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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN DTOEPENDENXp^JM NEWSPAPTO
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country Is safe'* Abraham Lincoln.
fWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, B. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1M1
FIVE CENT
(NEA Terephoto)
REPORT TO THE CHIEF Defense Secretary George Mar-
inan (right) reports to President Truman at the White House
after his return from a Japanese and Korean tour. Marshall's
udden trip to the Far East gave rise to report* of possible
earlv peace In Korea.
Airman In Jeep Killed In CZ
Mishap With General's Plane
PanCanal Operating Profit
For '51 Over Two Million
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
The United States Government
Incurred a deficit of $13,194,224
during the fiscal year 1950 In
operating the Panam Canal
and subsidiary enterprises. If a
fixed capital charge of three
percent Is considered as a debit
on Its balance sheet, a report
llled with the House of Repre-
sentatives revealed today.
If the three percent Interest
charge or the costs of the Ca-
nal s|nce Its construction was
started In 1904 were not con-
iiJered, the Canal came out I
with a surplus of $2,830.000 ac- i
cording to the report lrom Gov-
ernor Francis K. Newcomer
which was transmitted to the
House by President Truman.
The report covered the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1950.
The combined revenues from
government operations In the Ca-
nal Zone amounted to $06,248,807.
Combined expenses totaled
$63,418,622. The nominal surplus
of about $283,000 was converted
Into a $13.000,000 deficit because
the fixed,capital charge of three
per cent Interest was debited
from the total.
Newcomer reported the 1950
deficit was some $2,000,000 less
than in 1949. but conformed In
general with the pattern of pre-
vious years.
Newcomer said the total re-
venues of the Panama Canal
during fiscal 1950 totalled $32,-
752,463. of which $24,511,713
' came from shipping tolls.
Total Canal expenses amount'
d to $30,499,843 with operation
Pedestrian Walks
Into Moving Auto
Juan Bautista Fuente, 41,
Panamanin, suffered a possible
kull fracture yesterday after-
noon when he walked Into the
side of an automobile on Gall-
lard Highway In Red Tank. The
vehicle, a 48 Ford convertible was
driven by a 20-year-old Amer-
ican, Mrs. Maudine Hall, who is
a resident of Pedro Miguel.
Fuentes, a resident of Chlll-
bre, was treated at the Pedro
Miguel Dispensary "by Dr. I. Fine
and admitted to Gorgas Hospital
where his condition is considered
fair.
Preliminary investigation by
the Balboa Police reveal the
cause of the accident to be due
to the careless pedestrian.
and maintenance costs account-
ing for more than $14,000,000.
Net revenue from the opera-
tion on the Canal, not including
the fixed capital charge, was
$2,252,620.
Describing fiscal 1950 as "a
year of successful fiscal opera-
tion Of The Panama Canal"
Newcomer said the net tonnage
transiting the Canal set a new
record.
The total of 28.013,236 tons
of shipping broke the old record
of 1930, when.27.716,000 net torts
were recorded.
He said United states inter-
coastal traffic' had Increased
171.7 per cent over fiscal 1948 to
become the most travelled trade
route involving the Panama Ca-
nal.
Trade between the east coast
of the United States and the
west coast of South America
increased 4.6 per cent over 1949.
United States lntercoastal
trade represented 6,441,433 tons
of shipping, while traffic from
the United states to the west
coast of South America Involved
4,139,297 tons.
US Readies Sharp
Note To" Czechs
On 2 Thunderjets
WIE8ADKN. Germany, June
15. (UP). ' The United States
today prepared to submit a
strongly WQrded protest to Cze-
choslovakia as the Communist
government of that country
refused to give any word of
two United States Thunderjets
and their pilots, reported to
have crash-landed near Prague
last Friday.
So far the Czech Communist
regime has given nothing more
than a weak promise "to check"
reports that the planes, flown
by an American and a Norwe-
gian, were down near Prague.
Western Powers Make
Further Big-4 Offer
PARIS, June 15 (UP) The
United States, Britain and France
have asked Russia to agree now
to a Big Four Foreign Ministers
conference on the basis of a split
agenda, without further efforts
by their deputies to reach agree-
ment in their long deadlocked
Paris talks.
Ship Tieup
By Midnight
Feared In US
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)
Some 80,000 seamen, ship's engi-
neers and radiomen threaten to
tie up much of the United States'
shipping at midnight tonight un-
less they get more money and
shorter hours.
Federal mediators called a con-
ference of shippers and spokes-
men for the men today, in a last
minute effort to avert the tie-up.
Because no ship will sail with-
out a licensed radioman the radio
operators who are demanding a
boost of $70 monthly, could tie
up the shipping themselves.
The radiomen's union has
however undertaken to man
ships involved In Korean trans-
port if there is a strike.
While West Coast CIO long-
shoremen and seamen have a-
greed to extend present contracts
past tonight's expiry date If ne-
gotiations continue, on the East
Coast National Maritime Union
men are demanding a 40-hour
week with 48 hours pay, a 25 per
cent wag* Increase and paid va-
cations.
New Bill To Give CZ Firemen
20-Year Service Retirement
Guards Protecting
Rita's Children;
Kidnapping Feared
GLENBROOK. Nevada. June
15, (UP) Armed guards pa-
trolled Rita Hayworth's secluded
Lake Tahoe hideaway today to
foil any attempt to rob her or
kidnap her two children.
The guards were placed on 24
hour duty at the suggestion of'
Reno district attorney Jace
Steeter, who said known hood-
lums approached him ki Miami
and quizzed him about the ac-
tress.
Steeter said Rita was very up-
set over the possibility that Yas-
min or Rebecca could be in dan-
ger.
Rebecca is her daughter by Or-
son Welles, and Yasmln is her 17
months old daughter by Prince
Aly Khan.
During the first five weeks of
their stay here Rita and the chil-
dren were outdoors every day,
Rita to take golf lessons and the
children to scamper about the
trees.
All three remained Indoors yes-
terday after Steeter conferred
with the actress about her sale-
ty.
At the same time Rita deposit-
ed a small fortune In Jewels in a
strongbox at a Reno bank. An
estimate of their value was $250,-
000.
Rita Is In Nevada to establish
residence before taking legal ac-
tion to end her marriage to Aly.
A bill to permit employes en-
gaged primarily in fire fighting
and fire prevention on the Canal
Zone to retire at age 50 if they
have 20 years service was intro-
duced in the House of Represen-
tatives this week.
Rep. Gardner R. Wlthrow, Wis-
consin Republican, sponsored the
measure which would bring the
retirement and annuities privil-
eges for Canal Zone fire-fighters
into line with those granted to
law enforcement officers by a law
enacted in 1950.
Walter Wagner, legislative rep-
resentative of the Central Labor
Union and Metal Trades Council,
sent local labor readers a copy of
the measure, which is titled
HR.4418. It was referred to the
Committee on Post Office and
Civil Service.
The measure Is as follows:
A bill to amend the Civil Serv-
ice Retirement Act of May 29,
1930. as amended, to provide an-
nuities for certain officers and
employes engaged primarily in
fire fighting and fire prevention
on the Panam Canal Zone.
Be it enacted by the Senate
and House of Representatives of
the United States of America in
Congress Assembled. That section
1 of the Civil Service Retirement
Act of May 29, 1930, as amended,
is amended by adding at the end
thereof the following new sec-
tion:
"(e) Any officer or employe to
whom this act applies, the duties
of whose position are primarily
fire fighting and fire prevention
(including any officer or employe
engaged in such activity Who has
been transferred to a supervisory
or administrative position on the
Panam Canal Zone) who is at
least fifty years of age, and. has
rendered twenty years of service
or more in the performance of
such duties (including the duties
of a supervisory or administrative
officer or employe) may, on his
own application and upon the
recommendation of the head of
the department or agency in
which he is serving, and with the
approval of the Civil Service
Commission, retire from the serv-
ice; and the annuity of such of-
ficer or employe shall be equal to
2 per centum of his average basic
salary of his hlgnest five conse-
cutive years of service, multiplied
by the number of years of serv-
ice, not exceeding thirty years.
The Civil Service Commission
shall, upon recommendation by
the head o the department or
agency Involved, determine whe-
ther such officer or employe is
entitled to retirement under this
subsection. In making such de-
termination, the Com mission
shall give full consideration to
the degree of hazard and occu-
pational disease to which such
officer or employe Is subjected in
the performance of his duties,
rather than the general duties of
the class of the position held by
such officer or employe."
British Lady Official Under
Fire For Flaying US Troops
Early CZ Tax
Filers Don't
Get Extension
The extension to Sept. 15 for
income tax returns does not ap-
ply to those taxpayers Who have
already filed their return, It
was learned today from the local
Internal Revenue Office.
Official communication has
been received from the District
Office in Jacksonville, Florida
that those taxpayers who have
received notices from Jackson-
ville, Florida of the taxes due, or
the second notice informing
I them that a warrant for dls-
| traint has been Issued, should
'contact the local office with re-
ference to pay.
Cash, money orders, or checks
drawn on the local banks In the
Canal Zone will be accepted by
the local office. Checks Issued on
the local banks should be sub-
mitted to the local office, and
not to Jacksonville, as this office
will exchange these local checks
for bank drafts, prior to submit-
ting the payments to the bureau.
U was also stated in the com-
munication that the statutory
interest at the rate of 8% per
year would accrue on the tax due
from the due date of the return,
namely, March 15, 1981.. to the
date of payment.
Money orders should be made
payable to the "Collector of In-
ternal Revenue, Jacksonville.
Florida, and not payable at any
Post Office in the Canal Zone,
as the Post Office Department
will not cash money orders at
any Poet Office other than one
Indicated on the money orders.
The local mailing address is
"Collector of Internal Revenue.
P. O. Box 3873, Balboa, Canal
Zone." ''
LONDON, June 16 (UP)
Britain's Director of Public Pro-
secutions has been asked to de-
cide what action should be
taken against Mrs. Monica Fel-
ton, 44, a former Labor govern-
ment official, who was accused
in the House of Commons of
high treason for criticizing
United States troops In Korea.
Mrs. Felton returned recently
from a trip to North Korea. She
was dismissed'Tuesday as chair-
man of the Stevenage new town
corporation.
Stevenage is one of the new
suburban towns being built to
absorb London's crowded sur-
plus population.
Treason is defined in a law
dating back to 1351 as giving
aid and comfort to His Majesty's
enemies.
It (s punishable on conviction
by death.
The treason charge was raised
In the House of Commons by
Tory Charles Taylor, amid Con-
servatives cheers.
He quoted several extracts
, from a recorded broadcast of a
'talk over Radio Moscow by Mrs.
Felton.
i One extract ran:
"Even worse were the stories
we heard and the evidence we
saw with our own eyes of the
atrocities committed In areas
which had been occupied by
United States, British and South
Korean forces.
"Again and again we were
told whole, families had been
Imprisoned for days without
food or water, and then shot
or on many occasions burned
aBve."
Taylor said Mrs. Felton had
stated two United State sol-
diers had raped one mother, of
five children, all of whom had
been killed, and that Mrs. Fel-
ton was told:
"You must know it was not
only United States soldiers who
did these things, but British
soldiers too.'
Taylor asked: "Are we going
to allow any British subjects to
libel gallant United States sol-
diers, to be guilty of sedition
and I believe of high treason,
without raising one little finger
of protest?"
Members of the House de-
manded to know how Mrs. Fel-
ton had been permitted to make
her trip.
Park Avenue Fight Features Roundup
Of 21 Youthful Illicit Drug Peddlers
NEW YORK, June 15 (UP)
Spurred by the current sensa-
tional State narcotic hearings
police rounded up 21 young Illi-
cit drug peddlers today in a
series of raids.
These arrests were climaxed
by a street fight on Park Ave-
nue between five detectives and
three prisoners, while a menac-
ing mob 100-strong looked on.
Two of the detectives, posing
as addicts, had bought five cap-
tuies of heroin from Marcelino
Flores. 21.
Then they decided to arrest
Flores as he talked to two other
men. These two men tried to
rescue Flores.
Two women detectives held on
to Flores while three men de-
t<*4 ves fought his friends.
The mob gathered and uttered
threats to the detectives, who
whipped out their revolvers and
ordered a dispersal before they parents who give Infanta drugs
carted their struggling prisoners
off to tail, also at gunpoint.
Another squad of detectives
raided a dance master's elegant-
ly furnished apartment on cen-
tral Park West and found a
cache of narcotics.
During the raid a man who
said he was a United Nations
official entered the apartment,
but after questioning was al-
lowed to leave.
The raids started less than 12
hours after the conclusion of a
three dav state hearing into
the Illegal narcotic traffic In
New York.
It was disclosed at this hear-
ing that 6.008 boys and girls
under 21 In New York are drug
addicts.
A girl saxophone player who
truned prostitute to earn monev
for narcotics shocked the State
investigators by telling them of
The 26-year-old collect-edu-
cated girl who served two
hitches In the Women's Armv
Corps testified by wire record-
ing.
"I know one couple who gives
drugs to their voung baby," she
said.
"How old Is this baby?" she
was asked.
"Less than a year old."
"You mean It disturbs them
by crying?"
"The baby cries, they give him
a shot of heroin to shut him up."
An accomplished musician,
the girl said that she made $245
a Week by plavlng the saxophone,
bass viol, cello and working as
an arranger and composer.
"Did you find that not enough
to keep vou In your drugs?" she
was asked.
"Ho, it wasn't...on the aver-
age (I spent) about $200 a week
(on drugs)."
The girl said she had graduat-
ed from Brockton. Mass., high
school, attended Oberlin College
In Ohio and the Boston Emanuel
College for women.
She said she became addicted
while in the army. She was
given the drug demoral for a
kidney ailment and. switched
later to morphine. She was in
the federal hospital at Lexing-
ton. Ky.. to take the cure for
drug addiction but left after six
weeks because of her craving.
To get more money for drugs
she said she became a prostitute
and gave the name of a hotel
in Harlem which she said is
"Just for prostitution."
'It isn't for anything but
that." she said. "And it's pro-
tected by police. And there is
one particular patrolman that
goes In there, from seven or
eight o'clock until he goes oft
duty early In the morning. We
Just call him Smltty and when
he's off duty he still hangs
around there and the girls and
the pimps pav him off."
City police lmmmedlately pro-
tested that they had been work-
ing on cases smilar to that for
some time and the publicity
given the^rlrl's testimony would
ruin their work.
Teen aged schoolboys too
young yet to have a man's full
voice told investigators that
they were forced to carry gang-
sters' guns for them and start
gambling combines to satisfy
their yearning for drugs. i
Speaking In the squeaky tenor
voices of Immaturity, the boys
said that they took doses of co-
caine under the eyes of the
school teachers and sneaked into
school boiler rooms and wash-
(Continued on Page 8, Column 7)
Bayonet-Wielding
US Troops Crack
New Red Defenses
TOKYO. June 15. (UP) Bay-
onet Wielding United States
troops Jumped off at dawn today
in an attempt to crack the bit-
terly defended new Communist
| defense line in central Korea.
They stormed two commanding
'.peaks barring the main road to
IKumsong. the Communists' new
supply base 29 miles north of the
38th parallel.
Massed Allied guns supported
the attack In driving rain.
United Nations forces had toss-
ed diehard Reds off the two
peaks in a daylong battle yester-
I day,, but lost them to a Red coun-
terattack at dusk last night.
It was the heaviest fighting
i the United Nations forces had en-
countered since the fall of Chor-
1 won and Kumhwa at the base of
the crumpled Iron Triangle ear-
ly this week.
The Chinese were fighting des-
perately for time to reassemble
their troops and supplies round
Kumchon.
Communist resistance also stif-
fened appreciably north of Yang-
gu antt Inje. and on the east
coast. Allied gains in these areas
were limited to less than a mile.
Only on the western front,
north and northwest of Seoul,
could Allied patrols roam at will.
However on this front the
Communist air force made one of
its rare appearances.
Two planes bombed and straf-
ed the United Nations Hies last
night. Four bombs dropped in an
Industrial suburb of Seoul, four
were dropped on Suwon air base,
south of the city, while a Red
plane strafed Klmpo airfield,
northwest of Seoul.
One enlisted man was killed at Albrook Air Force
Base early this morning in an accident involving the plane
on which Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst, Commanding
General, U.S. Army Caribbean, wos preparing to return to
Puerto Rico.
Air Force officials declined to release any informa-
tion regarding the accident this morning and up to presj
time all Air Force news sources were listed 'as "not
available."
As far as The Panama
American was able to dis-
cover from unofficial
sources the mishap occur-
red on the ground justa!
the general and party.
were getting ready for,
takeoff.
Marian Anderson's
Embassy Reception
To Be Monday
A. V. S. Embassy reception
for the American contralto
Marian Anderson for which In-
vitations had been Issued for
Sunday afternoon has been
changed to Monday afternoon
because Miss Anderson's arrival
has been set forward to Mon-
day, an Embassy spokesman
announced late this morning.
PC Plumbers Gel
Helpers Back; 'Pool'
System Tossed Out
The plumbers on the Pacific
side today had their regularly as-
signed helpers back.
After a week's trial period of
the "pool" system of helpers, it
was decided at a meeting yester-
day afternoon by Building Divi-
sion officials and plumbers that
It "wouldn't work."
Last week 13 plumbers were
prepared to resign If the newly
advocated helpers pool plan were
continued In effect. Although the
Elan was put into operation on
he Atlantic side some weeks ago,
Pacific side plumbers objected
because they were not told in ad-
vance that the plan was to be en-
forced on this side.
t a meeting held last Thurs-
day, it was agreed upon to give
the plan a "test trial" before def-
inite action was taken. Plumbers
at the time seemed dubious of Its
success but willing to wait the
period of one_week.
The final decision to revert to
the former plan was made yes-
terday at the meeting held at the
Division headquarters in Ancon,
and was attended by Building Di-
vision officials and a majority of
the Pacific side plumbers.
Newsprint Supply
Problem Placed On
UNESCO Agenda
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. June
15 (U8IB) The world problem of
newsprint supply has been added
to the agenda of the United Na-
tions Educational, Scientific and
Cultural Organization (UNES-
CO) general conference.
The subject was placed on the
agenda by the UNE8CO Execu-
tive Board at the request of two
member nations, Belgium, and
Prance. In calling for "considera-
tion of problems connected with
the supply of newsprint and
printing paper from the point of
view of freedom of information
and educational, scientific, and
cultural needs." The conference
opens June 18 In Paris.
The enlisted man wa1
reported to have been:
riding a jeep but the ex-
act manner in which ha.
met his death could no i
be learned.
The paper's first reporti
said the jeep-riding air-
man was struck by the
plane but another sourca
said he believed the en-,
listed man had run Into
the plane's propellers.
Gen. Bathurst, a for-
mer commanding ger-
al of the Corozal Gener-
al Depot, arrived hire
June 1 and assumed com-
mand of the US Army
Caribbean on the depar-
ture of Maj. Gen. Ray E,
Porter.
Relax: It's'
Getting Cooler
It's a little cooler, a little dryer
today. Up to late morning, the
mercury had reached only 89, the
humidity 70.
Yesterday was different. No
records were broken, but at 2 p.m.
the mercury hit 93 degrees at
Balboa Heights. Top score in hu-
midity for the day was 94.
The 93 degree heat yesterday
was the highest recorded since
May 9, one of two "hottest days
of the year" with a temperature
of 95 degrees. The other "hot-,
test day" was on April 13.
The maximum temperature on
Wednesday was 92 degres, accord-
ing to information from the Me-
teorological and Hydrographic
Branch at Balboa Heights.
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
NEW PARTNER FOR ALY Dancing at a swank party in
Paris' Laurent Restaurant are Prince Aly Khan and Holly-
wood star Joan Fontaine, his newest dancing partner. Aly.
now separated from Rita Hayworth. became angry and
threatened the photographers when he discovered them task-
ing pictures through a window, i Photo by NEA-Acme staxf
photographtt Max Winter;.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JLJNE 15, 1M1
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Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
Shipping & Airline News
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
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8.8. Chiriquf ...................................June
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Sails
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8.8. Chiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 26
8.8. Chiriqui ..................... .............July 10
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A f unction of the kidney is to eliminate
harmful impuritUa from the system. If the
kidney grow Sluggish, these impuritie -
in particular excess addaccumulate and
settle, and become a cause of pain and
saffering in joints and muscles.
The way to tackle the root of the trouble
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Schooner "Tantalus"
Arrives in Alaska
A clipping from the "Minnea-
polis Tribune'' of May 27 reports
that Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chrls-
tlanson who were there several
months ago on their schooner
Tantalus, reached Ketchikan.
Alaska. May 28. Christiansen
plans to open a law office some-
where in Alaska.
The Tantalus tied up In Balboa
in May of last year. The Chrls-
tlansons left Minneapolis, their
home, a year and a half ago, sail-
ing down the Mississippi in the
47-foot yacht. The clipping re-
ports that the yacht was 28 days
overdue at San Diego and was be-
lieved to have been lostbut then
turned up safely.
Their German Shepherd dog,
Riot, had a Utter of five pups
while the yacht was in San Die-
go. One Is still aboard, and the
others were given away. Their
cat, Id, got lost somewhere along
the way at a stopover port.
the-world trip. It has 11 explorer-
adventurers aboard who plan to
retrace Charles Darwin's trip of
1831-36. Their leader is Captain
Dod Osborne and Master Capt.
Edwin Davies of Providence, H.I.
Their first port of call Is the
Windward Islands, and then the
Panam Canal. Afterwards they
will sail to the Chilean coast.
They plan to be away 18 months
to two years. One of the crew is a
newspaperman, George Kent
Stoddard, Jr. of the Youngstown,
Ohio, "Vindicator.''
"Explorers-Adventurers"
Due on "Argosy"
The 76-foot ketch Argosy left
New York May 29 on an around-
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US Attaches Think
World War III
Unlikely This Year
FRANKFURT, Oermany, June
15 (UP) United States mili-
tary attaches reportedly agreed
at a week-long secret conference
here that World War III Is un-
likely to erupt In 1951.
Top staff members flew here
from Washington to the meet-
ing, which ended yesterday.
Army, Navy and Air Attaches
reported on the situation in an
area ranging from London to
Moscow and from Oslo to Cairo.
The general tenor of the meet-
ing was that the attaches did
not expect Russian attacks in
their areas this year.
Casablanca Stop Sought by PAA
Pan American World Airways
has applied to the United States
Civil Aeronautics Board for per-
mission to serve Casablanca,
French Morocco.
Casablanca would be a stop be-
tween Lisbon, Portugal, and Dak-
ar, French West Africa, on Pan
American's route between New
York and Johannesburg. Flights
on the Johannesburg route at
present are operated twice a week
with Constellation-type Clippers.
Casablanca, a cosmopolitan
city of 600,000 located 3,600 miles
from New York on the northwest
coast of Africa, became familiar
to Americans In World War II
when Unite States troops land-
ed there under Gen. Dwlght D.
Elsenhower to open the campaign
which was ultimately to lead to
victory in Europe. It later was the
scene of historic conferences be-
tween President Franklin D.
Roosevelt and Winston Churchill.
Boat To Cross
English Channel
By Radio Control
LONDON, June 15 (LPS) The
first crossing of the English
Channel ever attempted under
radio control is to be made next
week. The British boat which
will be used Is now being display-
ed at the Festival Exhibition in
London. It will be officially
launched next week and travel
to Dover from where the Chan-
nel crossing Is to be made.
The boat Is five feet long and
fitted with a diesel engine capa-
ble of a speed of five knots. Two
British electronic experts will
control its movements during the
Channel crossing by radio from a
motor launch In which they will
travel.
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of no-trump bids, what do you
need tor a Jump response of two
no-trump? Your partner opens
the bidding with one of a suit,
and you respond with two no-
trump. What does this bid show?
For one thing, you show bal-
anced distribution no single-
tons, no void suits, no very long
suits. Moreover you show a stop-
per in each of the unbld suits.
The total strength of the hand
is about the same as that of a
sound opening bidbut not as
much as an opening bid of one
no-trump. To be more precise it
Is a hand that contains from a
king to a king and a queen more
than average strength. (Average
strength Is one ace. one king, one
queen, one jack and one ten.i
In today's hand. South has a
model response of two no-trump.
He has balanced distribution
with strength in all the unbld
suits. He has average strength in
the top three suits, and his ae of
clubs represents his extra value.
In this play, dummy wins the
first trick with the queen of
spades. Now declarer must deve-
lop nine tricks without letting
East gain the lead. If East were
allowed to lead spades. West
would win enough tricks to set
the contract. However^ there is no
danger In a spade lead from
West, for then South's king will
stop the suit.
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of four heart tricks while shut-
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is led from dhfnmy at the second
trick and South finesses the nine.
If this had lost West would be
unable to set the contract, and"
South would be sure of four
heart tricks. As It happens, the
finesse succeeds, and 8outh wins
all five heart tricks. The contract
is thus made with an overtrlck.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 15, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PA1LT NtWSf ATE
PAGE TBREB
President Tongue-Lashes NAM,
>f Lobbies For Price Stand
ByMERRIMAN SMITH
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP) President Trumon
accused beef and easiness lobbyists lost night of selfishly
trying to scuttle woge-price curbs at the risk of wrecking
the mobilization program and handing Russia the easiest
victory the Kremlin could ask for." '
In a nationwide radio address, he warned that the
"full force" of inflationary pressure is coming in tne
months ahead, and called on the country to loin hnri in
the fight for a tough, new control law that will bite down
h0rdTh"p?eHsidennt took the control battle to the people
after making similar appeals &3Z*JS!AX
sidering his request for an even stronger ant.-.nflatwn law
when the present control act expires June 30.
There has been strong pressure on Congress to modify
or repeal the program.
"Solider Who Refused To Die
Due Here As Legion Commander
Mr. Truman tucked oppon-
ents of his new control P*I**-
als In general, and singled out
the National Association ol
Manufacturers and ''<*rt!n
lobbyists claiming to represent
cattie growers" for harp
blasts.
Calling the NAM presenta-,
tives lobbyists," he said they are
giving the country "thes^eold
song and dance" they did tal*
when they said, "take off price
controls and everything will be
J^reSued the NAM'S fuS-
page, advertisements In 1MB
claiming that removal of controls
would assure the country plenty
of goods at reasonable prices,
adding, "the NAM had Its way In
1946.. .and then we had the big-
gest wave of price Increases In
modern history"
"Those people were wrong be-
fore and they are wrong now, he
58He went on to say that "his
fight" is not partisan, because in-
flation is not partisan, but strikes
at Democrats and Republicans
Mr. Truman stressed the dam-r
age already caused by inflation
to persons living on low or fbcet}
Incomes," Including famines or,
servicemen. He said he has been
getting "hundreds of. letters
from such persons and read two
The President npted that
"these lobbyists" say Inflation
can be curbed by tlgtyet credit
controls and higher takes.
"Bi strange to-say, when it
comes to taxes, these same peo-
ple* are rolng round urglnj
another committee of Congress
to go easy In raising taxes on
corporate profits;" he said.
Mr. Truman saved his sharp-
est barbs for the beef lobbyists,
w t -> have been deluging the cap-
itel with demands for repeal of
Price Chief Michael" V. DiSaUe's
beef price rollback order.
Mr. Truman said they have
"put on a terrific hullabaloo
down here In Washington," and
are "Saying that the cattle grow-
ers and cattle feeders of this
country won't be satisfied with a
fair profit."
Noting the beef men's warning
that the rollback will lead to
cattle "strikes." he said "these
lobbyists are actually threaten-
ing us all of us that if they
don't get big profits at the con-
sumer's expense we won't get any
meat."
The Chief Executive said he
dees not think the "lobbyists"
speak for the cattle producers
because he does not believe the
producers would keep meat a-
way from soldiers and defense
workers or cut off leather sup-
plies needed for shoes for the
armed forces.
(DISalle said in Chicago yester-
day, live stock marketing condi-
tions have now "returned to nor-
mal ."
(He said he has not found any
Indication of a "strike" against
controls by cattle producers, de-
apite the fact that shipments to
market dropped sharply after the
oeef price rollback took effect
(Major meat packers cut their
purchases when the rollback
failed to push prices back to cell-
ing creating scattered shortages
of dressed beef In-retail stores.)
The President hoisted a "dan-
ger ahead" sign for the coming
summer and fall months when
the full weight of defense spend-
ing will hit the national economy,
bringing more shortages and
greater competition for scarce
8HeS.sild it will "take the hard-
est, toughest kind of controls to
keep prices from going through
the roof unless we have a good
strong law. we won't have a
chance."
He-added that even If the Ko-
rean War should epd tomorrow,
strong controls would be needed
for at least the next two years to
keep the mobilization program
*The President made it clear he
will hot be satisfied with a wa-
tered down measure, saying that
no law or "the wrong kind ot
law "would make It impossible to
keep prices from running wild.
He told of his recent meeting
with a group of Senators and
Congressmen to urge them to act
promptly on the controls bill.
Commander Erie Cocke, Jr.
AMERICAN LEGION COM-
mander Erie Cocke. Jr., will
arrive on the Isthmus June
27 for a two-day visit.
Erie Cocke, Jr., National Com-
mander, The American Legion,
is known as the soldier who re-
fused to die.
He had been made a prisoner
of war three times, but had
managed to escape on the first
two occasions. During his sec-
ond escape he was responsible
for the capture of 592 German
soldiers by the French. When
the Germans captured him for
the third time, they decided
promptly to put an end for all
time to his escapades. A firing
squad riddled Cocke in the sto-
mach and lung. A Nazi officer
gave him the coup de grace with
a nlstol shot in the back
But Cocke was a touch soldier.
Villagers who returned hours af-
ter trie shooting found Cocke
still alive. They hid him and
nursed him for 48 hours until
Allied troops reached the area.
Cocke spent the next 14 months
in 27 different hospitals, under-
went 17 operations, and made
an amazing recovery.
A dramatic highlight of the
world tour from which Cocke
has recently returned occurred
when he revisited Oberwilzln-
gen. Germany, where he had
been "executed" and left for
dead by the Nazis.
For his extraordinary gallan-
try in action with Major Gen-
eral A. C. "Nuts" McAullffes
forces. Cocke. then a captain,
was awarded the Silver Star
the Purple Heart with three
clusters, the Bronze Star with
clusters, the French Crolx-de-
Guerre, and was recommended
for the Distinguished 8ervlce
Cross on the field of battle. He
holds other decorations and
citations, and returned from ac-
tive military service with the
rank of Ms lor.
Cocke will be on the Isthmus
27-20 June, and the general
public is being given an oppor-
tunity to hear the dynamic
speaker at a banauet given in
his honor at the Hotel Tlvoll
June 28 at 8 p. m.
Tickets mav be obtained by
calling any of the following;
Department Commander Peder-
sen. 8-107; Adjutant Gardner.
83-2245; Post Commander El-
liott Reld. 84-2174; Post Com-
mander Little. 2-1741; Depart-
ment Sergeant-at-Arms John
Florida Tots Plan
To Swim Across
English Channel
MIAMI, Fla., June 15 (UP)'
The Tongay "Water Babies" post-
poned their scheduled flight to
London today for a try at swim-
ming the English Channel be-
cause of a little British red tape.
Their father, Russell Tongay,
said Bubba's toys and Kathy's
dolls were packed and they were
ready to board the plane. But, he
said, the Nassau comptroller had
not received clearance from Lon-
don on the expense money agreed
to by Butlln's Limited.
Tongay and his tow-haired
water babies hope to leave Sun-
day on the next scheduled plane
to start training for a Channel
swim next August.
Bubba, 5, and Kathy. 4, have
been aquatic stars since they were
10 months old. The English
Channel crossing Is 19 miles but
Bubba took a 22-mile swim In the
Mississippi last year.'
The Tongays' three months In
England Is being financed by Bil-
ly But.lin, English entertainment
promoter.
CHINA HANDLt. Gen. Albert
C Wedemeyer. author of tne
controversial 1947 report on
China and Korea, keeps his
hand on a stack of papers m
he appears before the Senate
MacArthur Committee.
Britain's Morrison
Offers Pravda
Top-Line Interviews
LONDON. June 15 (UP) -
British Foreign Secretary Her-
bert Morrison noted at a press
luncheon here that Western pa-
pers give big headlines to In-
terviews with Stalin.
So he challenged Moscow s
Pravda to Interview himself or
premier Clement Attlee and
publish what waa said.
%
FELIX
Stautiful . lifnl as air
C o 11 o n S
McDermott. 5-158; Post Com-
mander R. R. Aguirre 88-838.
Reservations must be maae
not later than e.e 27.
Some of them, he related,
"told me they were under a lot
of pressur* from the special In-
terests to do away with con-
trols, and the consumers were
not,making themselves heard.
Mr. Truman recalled that he
reminded the lawmakers "I repre-
sented the consumers."
"But I can't'do the whole Job
by mvself." he said. "This Is
something the whole country
should support. It's up to all of
us." '
Atlantic Side
Fourth Of July
Fund Still Short
With onlv a few weeks remain-
ing and a lot of agencies falling
to contribute anything to date
the fund for Atlantic side fourth
of July celebration Is running
short. ..
The fireworks are here, the
prizes for the athletic events
have been ordered and paid for;
evervthlng has been done that
can be done without money, so
what the children eat and drink
will depend on how much Is con-
tributed between now and the
4th of July. 1__________
POST OFFICE ON DOUBLE
TIME
MONTICELLO. Ind. (UP.).
For the convenience of the pub-
lic, the front Dart of the Mon-
ticello post> office will be oper-
ated on daylight saving time
while the back-rooms will stay
on central standard time.

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6 Tivoli Avenue
Central Theater
Conducting Novel
Treasure' Contest
The Central Theater recently
started a new type of contest call-
ed the "Treasure Island Treasure
Chest."
The contest started June 12 and
will continue until June 29. Mo-
viegoers are requested to visit
any of the companies listed that
have sponsored this contest and
obtain from the Treasure Chest
Key.

During the hours of 7 p.m. and
9 p.m. an attendant In the Cen-
tral Theater's lobby will open the
chest upon presentatlpn of the
key. An envelope will be drawn
which will Indicate whether a
prize has been won or not.
Some of the many prizeswith
a total value of more than $1,000
Include a round-trip voyage by
plane to Costa Rica, choice per-
fumes, radio, camera, tailor made
dinner Jacket, Jewelry, gift certi-
ficates, electrical appliances, etc.
Recreation Group
At Margarita
To Vote Saturday
The Margarita Recreational
Association known also as the
MRA will hold their annual elec-
tions of officers on Saturday.
Ballot boxes for residents of
Margarita will be located at the
Margarita Commissary during its
open hours and at the Margarita
Clubhouse from 5 till 7 p.m. for
those wishing to cast their votes.
All residents of Margarita are
urged to cast their ballot on June
16 at the Margarita Commissary
or Clubhouse. Prepared ballots
will have several "write In" spaces
for their own candidates.
Golfer Gets Rabbit
DENTN. Tex. (UP) RayAt-
terberry got a "rabbit" on the
eighth hole while golfing on the
North Texas State College
course. Hitting out of the rough,
he swung lustily and out came
the ball and a cottontail with Its
neck broken when hit by the
hall.
Casual and
Evening Frocks
will" be modeled at the
"Maid of Cotton
Fashion Show"
PANAMA HOTEL
SUNDAY
from 5 to 7 p.m.
Benefit of the
Red Crots
Tickets on Sale at
Both Our Stores
_ AT BOTH STORKS
MAIN STORE BRANCH STORE
No- vs-sa* mfJtiSJSrmi
-,., ,*2., m to 12:30 p.m Store Hour: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
"""andF8m fom M om -" hour
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.J
WALTHAM GRUEN FRENCA and Others.

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~tAGE FOUR
THE PANAMA AMKKK'AN AN INDKPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1951
White Sox Ups Lead To Four-And-One-Half Games
Penn To Participate In
Marietta Rowing Regatta
BY I'NITED PRESS
The University o Pennsylva-
nla has been given a green light
to row In the International Row-1
lng Regatta tomorrow at Marlet- :
ta. Ohio.
Stewards gathered In Marietta |
had debated the question all,
Wednesday night and most of
Thursday morning, because of
Penn'.s television squabble with
the National Collegiate Athletic
Association.
Early Thursday afternoon they
decided to allow the Penn crew
to row despite an earlier NCAA
ruling that Penn Is a members'
"not in good standing" with the
association because of Its tele-
vision stand.
Penn says it will televise home
football games. That's contrary
to an NCAA membership agree-
ment which restricts television of
collegiate football to certain
game sin certain sections each
week end. These games would be
a basis for study of how television
affects attendance.
Thursday's decision by the
rowing stewards seems to hold
open the door to a peaceful solu-
tion to the whole picture. At least
that's the tone of a statement
from the stewards.
Thev say they'll allow Penn to
row because Perm's entry was
made in good faith before the tel-
evision squabble. The stewards
also say there still is doubt about
Perm's standing in the associa-
tion.
"Because four member institu-
tions-Columbia. Navy, Cornell,
and Syracuseremain hopeful
that Pennsylvania will Join he
rest of the colleges In the experi-
m*ital television program," say
the announcement, "we'll post-
pone, temporarily, the sanction
authorized and Imposed by the
Eastern College Athletic Confer-
ence." Several eastern colleges
have cancelled football dates
with Penn due to the television
problem.
After hearing the decision,
Penn officials flew three crews to
Marietta. They arrived shortly
after noon yesterday.
Preacher Roe Toughest
Unbeaten Pitcher Over
mm
Season's First 2 Months
BY STEVE SNIDER
United Press Sport* Writer
SEW YORK. June 15. UP>
acher Roe. Brooklyn's bag-o'-
es lefty, proved to be base-
fljl's toughest-to-beat pitcher
Cir the first two months of the
Sjfson.
JJp to today, the preacher had
as* been licked at all. He was the
Bad man with an 9-0 record of
um last five unbeaten pitchers in
Ijfjp majors
Hit was an odd-looking list:
rap (6-0). Randv Oumpert of the
Chicago White Sox-(5-0). Harry
(The Cat i Brecheen of the St.
Louis Cardinals i4-0, Bill werle
of Pittsburgh (3-01 and Ellis Kin-
der of the Boston Red Sox (3-0.)
Of the five. Brooklyn's 33-
year-old thin man was the on-
ly one who stood up and faced
all comer.
He once missed a turn because
of a pulled muscle and twice he
didn't last the distance in games
eventually lost bv other Dodeer
flingers. But he finished what he
started eight times and twice he
had to pitch 10 Innings before the
Bums got the runs he needed for
decisions
The Preacher, who got that
nickname 30 vears ago but ac-
tually looks like one. has beaten
every club excent the Pirates. He
hasn't had a chance at Pitts-
burgh .
Probably the most amazing
gent In the unbeaten circle was
Gumpert, who has been in the
majors since 1946 and never
rated much more than a pass-
ing glance.
Randy was a New York Yankee
once, but after a couple of sea-
sons the Yanks let him slide to
the White 8ox for the waiver
price In July. 1948. He had losing
seasons of 3-6. 13-16 and 5-12 his
last three.
Looked like Just another guy
to Paul Richards when the new
manager took over. Richards ob-
viously has a way with pitcher;
Oumpert started the third game
of the season and flipped a
three-hitler at Detroit.
Then more than' a month
elapsed with only one start and
a few relief Jobs for the 33-year-
old right hander. Richards drop-
ped him into a game at Philadel-
phia. He won. Then he beat the
Browns, the Red Sox and clipped
the Yankees in relief. So maybe
a star is born. A part-time, spot
star, anyhow.
Brecheen. coming back after
an 8-11 season, doesn't work
very often but the Cat now
36 still can be mighty tough.
Despite a siege of virus, he has
been strong enough to go all
the way three times and man-
FAST START John 8. Pettingill, Assistant Director of Physical Education, C.Z. schools, fires
the starting shot for this group of 50 meter swimmers, during the USARCARIB elimination
heats completed at Fort Clayton Olympic Pool, Wednesday, June 13th.
* *
USArCarib Swim Championship
Set For Ft. Clayton Tonight
Elimination heats for U8AR-
CARIB's (Panam Area swim-
ming championship were com-
pleted at.Fort Clayton Olympic
Pool on Wednesday.
John 8. Pettingill, Assistant Di-
rector of Physical Education, C.Z.
Schools, acted as starter. Men
from all units competed In the 50
and 100 meter free style events.
The fastest six of each event
are scheduled to swim for Spe-
cial Service Section awards to-
night at 7:30 at the Fort Clayton
pool. There are only 300 seats
available which suggests the wis-
doni of an early arrival.
Special diving exhibitions are
scheduled this evening from both
the 3-meter and tower diving
platforms. Marines Harold Parr
and "Red" Bagley will give dem-
onstrations of plain and fancy
diving.
Highlight of the non-competl-
tlon diving will be the appear-
ance of Miss Merry Mallan,
daughter of Col. and Mrs. D. H.
Mallan, of Fort Clayton. Miss
Mallan will dive from the 3-meter
board and the tower, in a diving
demonstration similar to that
which won her the 1950 National
A.A.U. Diving Championship. Ju-
nior Women's Division. 8he has
also won other diving competi-
tions in Texas' (19491 and Florida
< 1950i.
The scheduled events are 50-
meter Free Style, 100-meter Free
Style, 200-meter Free Style, 400-
meter Free Style. 100-meter Back
Stroke. 100-meter Breast Stroke,
200-meter Relay, and 300-meter
Medley. All diving will be from
the 3-meter board.
Awards will be presented at
conclusion of the final events, to
winning individuals and teams.
aged to avoid defeat despite
poor support on at least two
other occasions. He shows no
rign of the hand injury that
hampered his pitchiu; last sea-
son.
Werle and Kinder are essen-
tially relievers but they have
been exposed to plenty of action.
Kinder, a 23-game winner in
i>'y. hasn't started a game at all
but Werle haa. Willie needed help
In the sixth, but he got home a
winner over the New York Giants.
As a rule, though, he Is just too
durned busy relieving to do any
starting. He works oftener than
Jim Konstanty.
National League
Team
Won Lost Pet.
18 .649
26 .536
Brooklyn...... 34
New York..... 30
Boston....... 26
St. Louis...... 26
Philadelphia. ... 26 27 .491
Cincinnati..... 25
Chicago...... TI
Pittsburgh .... 20
27 .491
27 .491
27 .449
31 .392
American League
Team
Won Lost Pet.
Chicaro...... 36 14 .720
New York..... 32 19 .627
Boston....... 30 22 .577
Cleveland..... 29 23 .558
Detroit....... 25 24 .510
26 .390 Washington .... 18 32 .360
St. Louis...... 18 34 .346
Philadelphia. ... 15 35 .300
Saturday7
Program
1st Hace "E" Natives 6V Ff.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes 11:45
First Race of the Double
1Rio Mar G. Sanche* 112
2-Blk. Sambo J. Contreras 112
3Annie N. B.Moreno 108
4La Prensa R. Ycara 107x
5El Mono Jose Rodriguez 114
6Lonely Molly E. Sllvera 105
7Don Sizzle. G. Cruz 112
8Don Catalino A Mena 104x
2nd Race "C" Native 1 Mile
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Arqulmedes E. Ortega lllx
2Mueco O. Sanchez 109
3El Mao Jos Rodriguez 113
4Taponazo V. Rodriguez 109x
5Proton E. Sllvera 110
3rd Race "H" Imported4' Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Bosforo
2El Monge
3Baby Betty
4Jepperln
5Mete Bulla
6Armeno
G. Sanchez 110
103
108
E. 811vera
F. Rose
R. Ycaza lOlx
C. Ruiz 115
J. Ruiz 112
4th Race "F-l" Natives44 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Torcaza Jose Rodriguez 112
M. Arosemena 100
E. Sllvera 116
2Eclipse
3Opex
4Domino
5Recodo
6 Pon la Olla
7Pajarito
J. Cadogen 116
A. Vasquez ll7x
C. Rulz 110
E. Ortega I04x
8Danubio J. del Rosario 112x
9Brochacito J. Avila 116
5th Race "F" Imported1' Miles
Purse; $500.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1-Cantaclaro V. Castillo 118
2Fright
3Mosqueton
4Bolero
5 Milros
E. Sllvera 110
B. Aguirre 120
A. Vasquez 11 7x
A. Mena 107x
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Cincinnati (N).
Brooklyn at Chicago.
New York at Pittsburgh (N).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 010 002 1004 11 0
Pittsburgh 100 551 OOx9 13 1
Blckford (8-61. Chipman, Cole,
Schacht and Cooper; Dickson
(8-51 and McCullough.
New York 400 041 20011 15 0
Cincinnati 001 030 110 6 11 2
Jansen t7-5> andWestrum; Fox
(3-3), Wehmeier, Erautt, Byerly,
Perkowskl and Scheffing.
Brooklyn 000 000 0022 7 1
St. Louis 00O 100 0001 15 0
Branca, Ersklne (6-5) and
Campaneila; Presko (6-2) and
Garaglola.
PhH'phia 200 033 21011 16 2
Chicago 001 101 000 3 8 0
Meyer (4-4) andSemlnlck; Ross
(4-31, McLlah, Kelly, Schmltz and
Burgess.
TODAYS GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Boston (N).
Detroit at New York (N).
Cleveland at Washington (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Twi-Night- Doubleheader)
(First Game)
Chicago.............. 8
Washington.......... 7
(Second Game)
Chicago............14
Washington...... .. 5
(Night Game)
Cleveland............ 3
Philadelphia.......... 1
ST. LOUIS at NEW YORK
(Postponed, Rain i
DETROIT at BOSTON
(Postponed, Rain
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Major Leage standings,
as they are, and have been appearing in The Pan-
ama American, are correct and double checked
with United Press.
I
Faltering Phi tip!
Philip's Ufe is fUled with bruises.
Well-worn steps and rugs he uses
Repairs would leave bis home like new
P. A. Classifieds. Just the right clue!
6th Race "I" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1D.Salom'nF. Castaedas 103x
2Salcedo F. Ros 110
3Hanna M. Arosemena 106
4Purple Spray R. Ycaza" lOOx
5Ranchopaja V. Castillo 120
6Canastos J. Contreras 112
7Beach Sun A. Mena 104x
8-Battling Cloud B.Moreno 112
9Tupac G. Cruz 120
7th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $550.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Gris) G. Sanchez 111
2Carmela II) O.Cruz 108
3 Riding East G. Prescott 112
4(The Dauber B.Moreno 110
5Silver Domino B. Aguirre 114
6Sandwood J. Contreras 112
8th Race "I" Imported 6' Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Sandarin E.Campbell 105x
2Suea E. Sllvera 100
3Titom C. Chong 106x
Dark Dellte A Mena 104x
5Gold Cyllei
6Tartufo I
7Antecede
8Skyweigen
H Reyes 104x
3. Ruiz 115
C. Ruiz 116
F.Rose 108
9th Race "H" Imported4',i Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Dora's Time M. Hurley 110
2Blumaha
3Kildare
4Levadura
5Oay Ariel
6Poleekas
7Agradecida
C. Chong 108x
O. Cruz 108
C. Ruiz 120
R. Ycaza 97x
F. Rose 108
E. Sllvera 100
16th Race *H' Imported4'i Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Hurlecano) R. Gomez 120
2Haste Start A. Bazan 114
3Ventre a Terre J. Cont. 114
4Doa Eledla F. Rose 10$
Chisox Beats Senators
Twice In Doubleheader
By United Pnts
NEW YORK, June 15 The Whitt Sox ran their
currant winning streak to four gomes by defeating the
Senators 8-7 and 14-5 in a twi-night doubleheader at
Washington.
In the only other American
League game the Indians shaded
the Athletics, 3-1, In a Philadel-
phia night game.
Pinchhltter Floyd Baker's two-
run elghth-lnnlng double rave
the White Sox an uphill victory
In the opener then they hopped
all over Al 8lma for six runa In
the second Inning to win the af-
terpiece easily.
The victories were the 14th
and 15th in succession in the
east where they have not lost
this year. Joe Dobson, former
Red Sox star, was reached tor
14 hits in the second game but
was never in serious danger ow-
ing to his tremendous lead.
The White Sox Increased their
American League lead over the
Yankees to four and one-half
games.
Bob Lemon won his seventh
game on Jim Hegan's tf/o-run
homer and Ray Boone'j single as
the Indians beat the Athletics
for the second straight time. Le-
mon, allowed six hits while out-
Ditching 8am Zoldak.
The St. Louis at New York and
Detroit at Boston games were
postponed because of rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers again beat the
Cardinals by one run, 2-1, at St.
Louis as Gil Hodges, with two out
and Duke Snider on base, hit his
20th homer of the season In the
top of the ninth.
5Allinomas
6Beduino
B. Aguirre 120
J. Avila 120
11th Race H' Imported4'2 Fgs.
Purse: $440.00 Pool Closes (??>
1Porter's Star C. Ruiz 120
2Yorgo M. Hurley 112
3Interlude V. Castillo 114
4Alabarda B.Moreno 120
5Miss Fairfax 0 B. Aguirre 11
Joan Franco Tips
BY "CLOCKSR"
1Black Sambo Annie N.
2El Mao Proton
3El Monge Bosforo
4 Domino Torease
5Fright Mosaeton
6.Salcedo Canastos
7Sandwood Silver Domino
8 Antecede Titom
9Poleckas Levadura
10Hurlecano (e) Allinomas
11Alabarda Miss Fairfax
Cardinal rookie pitcher Joe
Presko had a precious 1-0 lead
when the roof fell in. The win
gave the Dodgers a clean sweep
of the three-game series, their
18th victory In their last 23
fames and put them six games)
n the lead of the second place
Giants.
In the other National League
fames the Giants beat the Reds,
1-6. at Cincinnati, the Phillies
climbed to within one game of
.500 while beating the Cubs, 11-3,
at Chicago and the Pirates down-
ed the Braves, 9-4, at Pittsburgh
as Murry Dickson won his eighth
game. '
At St. Louis the Cardinals cor-
ed their only run In the fourth
Inning on singles by Stan Muslal,
Bill Howerton and Nippy Jones.
In the fifth Inning they got
three hits, a walk and a Dodger
error but failed to score because
catcher Roy Campaneila picked
Presko and Red Schoendlenst Off
base. Carl Ersklne. who relieved
Ralph Branca in the ninth, was
credited with the win.
Hank Thompson got four hits
and Willie Mays three as the
Giants supported Larry Jansen
with a. 15-bit attack on four
Red pitchers. Jansen, who won
his seventh game, yielded elev-
en hits Including homers by
Grady Hatton and Bobby Ad-
ams but he never led by fewer
than four runs after the first -
inning.
Wally Westlake's l$th homer
led the Pirates' 16-hlt attack
which tagged the Braves* Vern
Blckford with his sixth loss. Dick-
son went the route although he
Save up eleven hits including Sid
lordon's ninth homer.
Russ Meyer evened his record
at 4-4 as the Phillies routed the
Cubs' Bob Rush and touched
three successors for 16 hits. The
Phils who may have finally
straightened away after their
shaky pace last month, now have
won ten of thel rlaat 14 games.
The Phillies' BUI Nicholson
homered for the big blow of the
game.
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
7th Race "E" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: 550.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
1. GR1SL).................G. Snchez 111
2. CARMELA 11) ..............G. Cruz 108
3. (RIDING EAST............G. Prescott 112
4. (THE DAVBER .*..........B. Moreno HO
5. SILVER DOMINO..........B. Aguirre 114
6. SANDWOOD............/. Contreras 112
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
7th Race "C" Importeds 654 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
t
J. FILL.........,.........B. Aguirre 114
2. PAMPHLET____ .........V. Castillo 113
3. CIRACA.............Jos Rodrigue* 108
4. (CORSEWOOD...........J. Contreras 111
5. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 108
/9th Race "A" importeds 6J4 Fgs.
Purse: $1,000.00 Pool Closes: 5:15 p.m.
ONE.TWO
1. WELSH LOCH.............C. Ycasa 117
2. PINARD.................O. Chani* 117
3. AVENVE ROAD...........E. SUvera 103
4. DICTADOR.............J. Contreras 111
5. RATHHN LIGHT............A. Mena 103x
6. PHOEBUS APOLLO.......fl. Aguirre 110


ntIDAY, Jl'NE is. mi
THE fANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPER
PAUK P1VB
All Flights In Action At Gamboa This Week
(NEATelephote)
CATCHER CATCHES IT KO'd in a collUlon with Yankee
Oil McDougald. Chicago White Sox catcher Ous Nlarhos
(left) keeps a tight grip on the ball to put out McDougald.
who waa trying to iteal home in game at Chicago. ThU dra-
matic picture caught the two at tht moment of the collision,
after which Gu was carried from the field on a stretcher.
by
JOE WILLIAMS
Boston scribes have tossed the portly carcass of Steve O'Neill
in the grease and gossip has it that Lou Boudreau is slated to
take over the managerial reins of the sluggish, if not slugging,
Red Sox. Always the manager is to blame. How about the front
office? That's where present day teams are put together. If O'Neill
nu failed, Joe Cronln, the general manager, must share the
failure. It seems to me. Cronln, in assembling these expensive
Red Sox teams, has continued to underrate a vital factor, speed.
A .340 hitter who can't go from first to third on a single, or is
easy prey for the double play, isn't as valuable as a .270 hitter
who can.
Johnny Mac Faces J. Riley;
C. Mac To Oppose Macarrn
Play in the PAA Invitational Golf Tournament at the Gam-
boa Golf Club wlU swing Inte all flights this weekend with the
championship bracket slated to thinned out considerably.
Medalist Johnny MacMurrsy, who barely eked oat a win last
week over Capt. Dsve Starrett, tackles another tartar this time
In Jim Riley.
Hammond vs. C. Wood should
be another match well worth fol-
lowing. Charlie's game is usually
good and Buddy is shooting close
to par golf. This can go either
"ay.- ._
Trim. Jr. vs. Chandeck match
probably will require the entire
eighteen for decision. Trim's last
match carried him 20 holes and
it wouldn't be surprising if this
one did the same. Chandtck U
untried In this tournament, hav-
ing won by default, but nobody is
underestimating his ability aa a
match player.
Macarrn vs. C. MacMurray
may bring an unexpected out-
come. Macarrn shot a 71 last
week but Charlie has done the
same and is not impressed. Some
say Charlie is Macarron's jinx
and therefore we may expect ny-
thing to result from this match.
Corsale vs. Jankua should be a
win for Corsale, but strange
things happen In golf and nobody
doubts Jankus' ability.
Beall vs. Lewter will be worth a
gallery. All know Lewter plays a
steady and concentrated game,
but Beall is also a determined
player and respects no forecast
of outcome.
Oerrans vs. Schenck may go ex-
tra holes for decision. Schenck
plays good golf and his victory
last week helped his morale, but
"Doc" is tough to crack.
Oalindo vs. Lombrola la one
There is no gainsaying TV makes more fans, but the box
office sheets grimly prove it makes fewer customers. There's the
ub. It's almost as difficult to say who waa heavyweight chain-
Elon before Joe Loots as It la to tell who sat in the White House
ffore FDR. To change her mind Is a woman's inalienable right,
bat at times it seems pertinent to Inquire: "What mind?".The
chalk player's idea of a calculated risk Is a 1 to 3 shot with
Arcaro up. Old soldiers don't die, they lost flail away. This is
still a free country and why Connie Mack watches the AAA's in
every home game will have te be his secret. A consoling thought
for the White Sox is that a ticket scandal always accompanies
the World Series.

Charley Dressen, the Dodgers' manager, was fined $100 for
directing his club from a field box after being ejected from the
game. I'd like to see these fines upped to 3500. Or better yet,
make it mandatory that the ejected manager must leave the pre-
mises. Moat of these runs-ins with umpires are over trivial mat-
ters which needlessly prolong games which already are tediously
drawn out. Make the penalty sufficiently severe- and the man-
ager will think twice before he goes into his act. And in most
cases that's just, what it is. In an earlier game Leo Durocher,
thrown out, went to the press box and called the plays for the
Giants. This was not only a flagrant mockery of authority but in
a well-regulated press box it couldn't have happened. Durocher
would have been denied admission.
When Babe Didrlcksen Zahares and Patty Berg meet hare In
the Weatherrane playoff this week (the first 13 at Soarsdale, the
second at Deepdale) they'll be shooting for $7518 of Al Hand-
macher's dough. Ironically, that'll be 33500 more than the winner
ef the National Open gets. Incidentally, the gross receipts go to
the United Cerebral Palsy Fund. Billy Meyer, boss of the Pirates,
frowns that Panl Petit, HM.OOe bonus pitcher, will never make
It...-, i "Can't throw hard enough. . ." Meyer believe the
Pirates' only chance to cash in on the investment is te convert
the boy into an outfielder since he takes a vigoraos cut at the
hail. Happy Chandler, mendinf political fences, is snuggling up
te the Kentucky horsemen? First thing Chandler did when he
took office was to put the blast on racing-.
It's a good citizen who draws the color line against the black
market. The hit-and-run was designed for baseball, not motor-
ing. Someone slipped Lucky Luciano $57,000 in American money
and Italy threateas to throw him In Jail. Apparently, this violates
the ethics of the Marshall Plan. A price rollback on fullbacks
li news the athletic director would welcome. This Is the time of
year the gray beard goes back to the campus and waxes senti-
mental over the old school, such being the effect of age when
nixed with Scotch.
Penn's refusal te go along with the colleges' nationwide
painstaking and carefully thoaght-out study of the TV problem,
underscores how difficolt it is to separate idealism from com-
mercialism in the modern scholastic world. To co-operate would
entail a sacrifice of S200,to0. Perhaps the approach is not perfect,
hot as a one-year fact-finding experiment is worth trying.
A great deal is at stake. Even high school football seems to have
suffered. Penn's position Is hardly admirable and the suggestion
that President Harold Stassen is using the issue to make poli-
tical capital does not add an attractive touch. As for the Army
and Navy, they should telecast their games. These schools belong
to the country. And between halves they should tell their story.
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Louis, Savojd
Clash Tonight
At M. S. Garden
NEW YORK. June 17 (UP)
Promoters of the Joe Louis-Lee
Savold heavyweight fight decid-
ed to come In out of the rain to-
day after a second straight post-
ponement.
The International Boxing Club,
which originally scheduled the
bout for Wednesday night at the
Polo Orounds, announce they will
hold It tonight at Madison Square
Garden. The forecast called for
clearing skies this evening, but
Polo Orounds officials say the
field still would be too wet and
soggy tonight.
There aiso was a clause in the
IBC's contract with the ball parks
which made a switch necessary.
The club can't promote an out-
door fight that conflicts with a
rival baseball team. Detroit plays
at New York tonight.
The switch from the Polo
Grounds to the Madison Square
Garden will not affect the price
of tickets which range from $5 to
$20. However, tickets bought for
the outdoor bout must be ex-
changed at Madison Square Gar-
den.
This is the first New York fight
which had to be switched indoors
since 1938. In August of that year,
the lightweight title fight be-
tween Champion Lou Ambers and
Hank Armstrong was rained In-
doors.
Louis, who came to New York
from his Pompton Lakes, New
Jersey training,camp yesterday
morning, sparred three rounds
yesterday afternoon. 8avold, who
has been in town since Thursday
morning, shadow-boxed and
punched the bag In the after-
noon.
Chairman Eddie Eagan of the
New York Athletic Commlaslon
announced there would be no
need for another weigh-in de-
spite postponements. Louis scal-
ed 211'4 pounds Thursday at
noon. Savold, the world cham-
pion in the eyes of the British
Board of Boxing, weighed 10
pounds.
The delay has had no effect on
the betting so far. Louis still is a
heavy (l-to-3) favorite and the
pick (at 5-to-6) to score by a
kayo. The pdds are heavy (6-to-D
against Savold's winning by a
knockout.
The D3C announces the fight
will not be televised or broadcast
despite the shift Indoors. It will
be televised only to theaters in
AJbW- Chl>. Baltimore,
Washington, Pittsburgh
Cleveland.
that can go either way. Lom-
brola's 74 last week was not un-
usual for him. Oalindo is a stea-
dy, unperturbed player who does-
n't worry about what happened
last week. Vince will have a-ts-
ale.
The First Flight play will also
bring forth some excellent golf
and may make these predictions
look foolish, but here goes for a
choice of winners: Starrett vs.
Fleming should go to Starrett
easily; Spain vs. Joaqun de la
Guardia. Spain Is chosen on the
basis of his showing last week.
G. Kngelke vs. J. Smith. George
is picked to win because of his
knowledge of Gamboa course and
his years of experience in match
play. Zlllklc vs. Hochstedler Is a
toss-up, but if last week's play
can be taken aa an indication
Zlllkle has the edge. Trun, 8r. vs.
Muller may go extra holes as both
are determined players. Trim, Sr.
is picked because Muller hasn't
fully recovered from a recent ill-
ness. Brbaro should defeat
Richmond; George Riley is pick-
ed over J. Hlnkle; and Murray is
chosen'to win over Hoverson.
Those scheduled to meet in the
Second Flight are: Halllgan vs.
G. Oalindo; Euper vs. Olicken-
haus; S. Brown vs. F. Day; Le-
Brun vs. Gerhardt; Toone vs.
Gardner; P. Engelke vs. Oarrlel;
Bubb vs. Kenna; and Hunslcker
vs. Williams. In the Third Flight
the following are brought toge-
ther: Durham vs. Byrd; Medln-
ger vs. Hattler, Jr.; Heldenreich
vs. Olbson; J. Wright vs. C.
Thompson; F. RUey vs. Gregory;
Crabb vs. Welborn; Robinson vs.
Mlddlebrook; and French vs.
Worley. The Fourth Flight con-
sists of the following: Stroop vs,
Koepke; Morland vs. Daniels;
Elich vs. Livingston; Boran vs.
Folks; Ives vs. Berry; Clement vs.
Juan de la Guardia; Prince vs.
B. Engelke; and E. de la Guardia
vs. Slaughter.
La Boca Senior
Softball League
Official Figures
STANDINGS (Second Half)
Teams Won Lost Pet.
and
Coln Night Train
To Be Delayed For
Fight Fans Sunday
The regular 10 p.m. passen-
ger train from Colon on Sunday,
June 17, will be held and leave.
Colon at II p.m. for the accom-
modation of Pacific side fight
fans attending the Federico
Plummer-Jesos Compos bout
at the Colon Arena.
' Compos gave an exhibition
at the Panam Gym last night
during the regular weekly ama-
teur boxing program. He boxed
with Rodolfo Ampudia and an-
other preliminary fighter.
The fans were Impressed
with Compos' body punching.
He semis to be more a fighter
than a boxer.
"(NllATelephoto)
SPORTS ENGAGEMENT Ralph Kiner. the Pittsburgh Pi-
ratea' $85,000 a year home run king, beams happily as he
holds hands with Nancy Chaffee, 22, tennis glamor girl, after
thev broke the news of their engagement.
DeWitt Admits He May Sell,
Browns If Price Is Right .
BY UNITED PRESS
ST. LOUIS, June 15 Owner
Bill DeWitt of the St. Louis
Browns told the United Press yes-
terday that he may sell the club
but only if the price Is right.
DeWitt says he understands
former Cleveland President Bill
Veeck is trying to organize a syn-
dicate to buy the Browns.
"When and if Veeck gets this
syndicate together," says Bill,
"we will listen to his offerlust
as we would listen to any other
legitimate offer. So far, Veeck
hasn't made us an offer. He has
been talking a lot about It but
hasn't formally approached us.
Unless we receive an attractive
offer," adds DeWitt, "the Browns
will remain Just where they are."
DeWitt, who runs the Browns
with his brother Charlie, denies a
report that one American League
owner la holding up the sale of
the club.
"That is nonsense," Insists De-
Witt. "No one on the outside dic-
tates the policy of the Browns.
We are In no financial difficulty.
As a matter of fast, we showed a
profit last year despite what
manv people are saving."
Bill continued"I hear there
has been a lot of pressure on us to
sell the club. That's a laugh. The
club has been doing quite well re-
cently. We have a young club and
in a matt3r of time, we'll get go-
ing. We'll surprise a lot of people,''
promises DeWitt.
The Browns, although in sev-
enth-place, have won six of their
last nine games.
DeWitt was asked point blank
whether the Browns might be
sold within the next two weeks.
"No one can predict the future,"
says DeWitt. "The club might be
sold. On the other hand, I would-
n't be at all surprised if we're do-
ing business at the same old stand
In 1952."
Alumni........2
Panam Radio. .. 1
Panam Stars .. .. 1
Chesterfield.....2
Cervecera......t
Spur Cola .. .... 1
Reliance Insurance 1
Mueblera Ideal .. 0
Elks............0
ptica Sosa......0
0 1.000
0 1.000
1.000
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.500
.500
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Silver City Sports
SKATING CARNIVAL
Plans are being made for a
grand skating carnival to be held
under the 811ver City Elementary
School Building on July 4th from
4:00 p.m. until 6:00 pjn.
All persons interested must reg-
ister at the Phyalcal Education
Office annex to the Silver City
Occupational High School; the
only requirement Is that each
participant furnish his or her
skates.
LEADING BATTERS
AB H Pot.
W. Holder (PRO. SB 19 .500
J. Brathwalte (CN). 33 15 .485
F. Morgan (A) . 26 12 .480
L. Small (MI) ... 24 11 4S
G. Raveneau (Ch.). 30 13
O. Alemn (Rel.).
A. Reid (MI) ... .
C. Nurse (8C>. .
R. Daniels (MI) .
P. Malcolm (PRO
26 11
34 14
27 11
25
36
10
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.423
.412
.407
.400
14 .389
Most HitsW. Holder (16); J.
Brathwalte (15).
Most Doubles B. Williams (6);
P. Malcolm (6).
Most Home RunsE. Peusey
(3i.
Most RBI's George Sealey
(17).
Most Runs ScoredFred Mor-
gan. W. Holder (15).
Most Strikeouts H, King (6).
Most Stolen BasesW. Jones
(4).
LEADING PITCHERS
Won Lost Pet.
L.Sims (SO .... 4
R. Lynch (PRO . 3
B. Williams (PRO 5
K. Collins (At.'. 4
8. Tudor (Ch.) ... 7
R. Prince (SO ... 3
1.000
1.000
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.800
.778
.750
GAMES NEXT WEEK
MondayElks vs. Spur Cola.
TuesdayPanam Stars vs. A-
lumnL
Wednesdayptica Sosa vs.
Chesterfield.
ThursdayAlumni vs Elks.
FridayMueblera Ideal vs.
ptica Sosa.
SaturdayReliance Insurance
vs. Cervecera; Spur Cola vs.
Chesterfield.
Black Pico Meets
Juan Diaz II At
Arena June 24
According to an announcement
made by Promoter Silvestre Ber-
esford. Black Picothe eighth
ranking flyweight In the world-
is schehuled to arrive on the Isth-
mus tomorrow. Pico will meet
Juan Diaz II in a ten-round main
bout at the Colon Arena June 24.
Pico, who hails from Cuba, will
replace Bantamweight Cham-
pion Baby Green in the main
bout. Green, for some undisclosed
reason, has stated that he will
not meet Diaz next week.
STRETCH START
Oceanport. N. J. new elastic starting tape suc-
cessful In England and Introduc-
ed this season at National Stee-
plechase and Hunt Association
meetings, will be used m hurdle
caces at Monmouth Park.
SWIMMING MEET
The Intramural Swimming
Committee which is formed by
H. A. Scott, teacher of physical
education; A. Loney, playground
assistant; O. Alphonse, director
of swimming pool; O. B. Shirley,
assistant principal, 8.C.O.H.S.;
and W. Wllxle, principal, Elemen-
tary School is formulating a pro-
gram which will give the young-
sters and adults of the communi-
ty a chanca to prove their indi-
vidual prowess as swimmers In
the July 4th meet at the Sliver
City Swimming Pool.
The swimming meet for minors
will precede that of* the adults
and It commences at 1:00 p.m.
oOo
SUMMER RECREATION
PROGRAM
The Summer Recreation Pro-
gram for 1951 Is sponsored by the
Physical Education Ac Recreation
Branch of the Division of Schools
Is shaping up smoothly under the
guidance of the volunteers.
Some of. the activities arc
swimming, sewing, music, handi-
craft, painting and moulding In
the Arts Division; and shuffle-
board, volleyball, sof tball, cricket,
archery, and square dance In the
Physical Education Division.
Various classes can-he attended
at Silver City, Camp Blerd or
Camp Coiner.
oOo
CRISTOBAL BALBOA STORE-
HOUSES JOINT FIELD DAT
In an effort to bring about clos-
er acquaintanceship with other
co-workers, the employes of the
Cristobal Storehouse have formed
an independent committee to
complete plans for a well-bal-
anced program In accordance
with the affirmative response to
the extended Invitation from the
employes of the Balboa Store-
house.
The Field Day is scheduled for
Sunday, June 17, at the Silver
City Playground. Some of the ac-
Jesus Compos,
Plummer Wind
Up Training
Jesua Compos of Puerto Rico
and Panama's Federico Pli-mi-er
today wound up their training for
Sunday night's ten-rotmu ion-
test at the Colon Arena.
The Puerto Rlcan
of followers in the brief of train-
ing he pot in at Colon. He was
impressive in all of his drills and
is sore to pat ap a good battle
against Plummer.
Plummer, on the other hand,
has been, going better than ever
and will be shooting for a knock-
out In order to boost his fistic
stock.
Pre-flght comments Indicate
that Plummer is being given a
alight edge over the visitor be-
cause of his superior reach and
speed. However, Compos' recent
feat of lasting ten rounds with
the great Willie Pep is sore to line
up many bettors in the Puerto
Rican's corner.
Meanwhile, Vicente Worrell
sharpened his punching while
aiming for his sixth consecutive
win and fifth knockout in tow.
Worrell tackles Uregorio Perez at
126 pounds in the six-round se-
mifinal.
Two four-round preliminaries
round out the card. Carlos Wat-
son and David Martines135-
pounderswill mix it up in one
contest while hard-hitting San
Bias Indian Fidel Morris will try
to polish off Joe Sande in the
other.
tlvitles listed are swimming, vol-
leyball, softball, cards, dominoes
and checkers. '
Those forming the committee
from the Cristobal Storehouse are
R. Chllcott, W. Bernard, R. Scan-
telbury, L. Thome, T. Burrows,
H. Weeks, C. Morrlss and D.
White.
Those of the Balboa Storehouse (
are L. Gordon, K. Blackman, R.!
Nlsbeth, R. Jlmmott, E. Seales
and F. Clunes.
It Is hoped that these two
groups will continue together In
promoting annual field trips.,
Pt'TT IT THERE
New Rochelle, N.Y. (NEA) In
the St. Petersburg, Fla., Open,!
Jim Ferrler holed seven putts of
more than 30 feet.
The next time you're in New York
take a look in Georg Jensen on the Avenue*
(Fifth). You'll see this watch. . at $9500
(as advertised in Holiday magazine for June)
Then the next Untie you're in Panama
take a look in Mercurio. . also on the Ave-
nue (Central). You'll see exactly the lame,"
watch. . at 56950
We have many other beautiful JUVENIAS
similarly priced lower than in the States.
When you buy a watch - buy a good one.
Buy a Juvfnia! Sold and serviced through-
out the United States at the BEST stores.
We stand by oflr motto of
Always the Boat of it Kind at
Mercurio i
141 Central Avenue
Jacket Approved
to wear
with pnae
ONLY
$ 15 00
ESPECIALLY MADE JACKETS
from our own tailor shop
light weight ana smart
the casual fashion for many occasions
The AMERICAN BAZAAR
PANAMA M A 71 Central Ara.
Haiti H ranaau
COLON Oafmlte MM. Ulton
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Phon* 2-9141
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 "H" StreetPiniuil
No.-12.17 Central Ave.Colon.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Zenith outcmotic re-
cord player and radio combination,
.table model 25 cycle. 561 I -A,
Diabio Hgts._______________________
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
ator, two year guarontee. House
724-B. Cocoii. Phone 4-225.
FCR SALE:Fisher boby grand piano,
excellent condition, finish like
new. G.- E. 60 Cyl. washing ma-
chine slightly used, motor never
used, con be converted for 25 Cyl.
reosorable. 715-B, Cocoii, Phone
4-220._____________________________
FCR SALE- 9 ft. porcelain Westing-
hsuse refrigerator; 25 cycle. Good
condition. Col! Dr. Fien. 4-378 to
4:30 p. m. 2-3437 evenings.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick. Super Ri-
viera, two tone, 10.000 miles, all
extras. Best offer over $2,100. 86-
4127 86-7277.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick 4 Door Se-
don. Excellent condition. House
5965-B, Smith Place, Diablo Hgt.
FOR SALE:Studebaker, 1947, D*
Luxe Champion, overdrive, new
tires, best offer over $850. 2-
63 55.________________________________
CYLINDER HEAD GASKETS OIL
SEALS. Just received new ship-
ment for all mokes including jeeps.
Tropical Motors. ,
FOR SALE: The most beoutiful
eleven piece mahogany dining-
room suite in Ponama, !"ond carved
by Italian artist, genuine leother
upholstery. Original cost $3,000.-
00, sale price $1,000.00. Apply
Peru Avenue No. 89, any time,
Mr. and Mrs. Castro.
FOR SALE: Gas stove. 4 burner
with oven, apartment sire, good
condition. Needs cleaning $30.00.
A!'" fishing tockle. Phone 83-
257.______________
FOR SALE: Electric refrigerotor,
running perfectly, $40; General
Electric, table radio, $50; dishes,
kitchen equipment. House 0763,
Apt. F, Williamson Place, Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Lucite ond gloss coffee
table, mahogony Chino cabinet,
barrel wicker chair, folding mir-
ror, 29 x U rugs, 25 cycle, Gener-
al Electric washing machine, com-
plete louvers for 12 family. House
0440 H Ancn. Bolbo 2770.
FOR SALE:Rose Minton Dinner Set.
Silver service for eight. Wickir set.
Mohogany table. Library. Vanity.
Indian Pottery. 4 Ireland Crochet
bed'preods. Misc. Household ef-
fects. Heosier vacuum cleoner.
Balboa. 1502-A. Gaviln Road.
FOR SALEPorcelain top toble. plain
wooden, table, folding wooden table.
House 598 Bohio. Ancon.
AUTO ................
GOOD WILL USED CARS
AT
CIVA. S. A.
YOUR CADILLAC AND PONTIAC
DEALERS
FOR SALE:1941 Oldsmobile "66"
Sedan $350.00. 760 A, Barncbey
St. Balboa, phone 2-1720.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinkini problem?
Write Alcoholic. Anonym*
Box 2031 Ancon. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF:High gloss oil points
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Dress form, two seated
raft, casting net 9' approximately,
50 gal. aquarium with aeration
and accessories. House 98-C. New
Cristobal, between 8 and 9th. St.
one block back of Roosevelt Ave.
CATERING: . All kinds of parties,
cocktail items, sweets, cakes, spe-
cialties European Style. PoHok,
Tel. 3-2913.
FOR SALE:1934 Sedan, In good
running condition throughout,
$115. 0778-A, Williamson Place,
Balboa, 2-6384.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4 door
Styieiine sedan, 8.000 miles. Will
finance, Balboa 2-2952.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
FOR SALE
Scaled bids will be\ received until
. :30 A. M., June 20, 1951. for
:r Ports, Lawn, "Coldwell." Bid
.. .os available at office of 'Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Ctalboa,
telephone 2-2777, ond ot Cristobal
Storehouses, telephone 3-1265.
FOR S,ALE:Plumbing business. For
information telephone Panama 3-
0291 Mondoy after 11:00 a, m.
FOR SALE: '1949 Dodge Coronet,
excellent condition, seat covers,
white side wall tires. 10.000
miles, $1,800.00. 29-New Cris-
tobal 3-1341.
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Of CARS
Expert on mechanical gloss or
body works, satisfaction guaran-
teed. Tropical Motors.
BETTER USED CARS
AT
CIVA, S. A.
YOUR CADILLAC AND PONTIAC
DEALERS
FOR SALE:Tobies, chests, double
springs ond mattresses, $10.00 ea.
Dining table, 6 chairs, lamps. 2C00
A. First St.. Curundu. Tel. 83-
6186.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator, 5 1-2 Ft.
Westinghouse. 25 Cyl. $50.00.
545-B. Cocoii
FOR SALE
Real Estate
A REAL BARGAIN Lefevre Pork.
9th. Street, chalet, 2 bedrooms.
2 bathrooms, livingroom and din-
ingroom, moid's room and swim-
ming pool, for only B. I 0.O0Q.O0.
Attractive facilities for payment.
. Wolff & Co.. 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
2-2388.
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such os Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
s.gn lease. Panoma 3-1684, 5 to
I* 8 p. m.
FOR SALE Cholet in Cresta Her-
mosa. All concrete. 3 bedrooms,
lorge livingroom. d'ningroom.
breokfost nook bothroom. kitchen.
and porch. All tile floors. Screen
wire all around. Light ond woter
facilities. Gos .nstallotions. Grounds
approximately 3600 square me-
ters. Eas, finoncing terms. Aoolv
Sasso y Jaramillo Ltda. Tel. 136.
Coln.
FOR SALE:De Soto '39, good run-
ning condition. $125.00. Call 2-
2740 or see ot 0958-B, Bougoin-
villea St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontiac. rodio
plostic upholstery. Must sell 1419-
D, Bolboa Tel. 2-1214.
FOR SALE. S350. 1940 Pontiac
Sport Coupe. Excellent running
condition. 2000-A. Frrst St. Curun-
du. Tel. 83-6186. .
FOR SALE:1939. Chevrolet 2-door
sedan, $225.00. House No. 5712-
B Diablo Hgts. Tel. 2-3326.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponama
3-1877. Cristobol 3,1673. .
Gromlich's Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541'ot 4-567.
Villiomi Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Cholet "Urbaniacin
El Cormen." 2 bedrooms., living-
room, diningroom, kitchen, goroge.
Tel. 3-0545.
FOR RENT:July ond August, com-
pletely well furnished. 3 bedrqom
house, gorden. hot woter, $75:00
per month. Tel. Panoma 3-2045.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE:120 Boss Hohner Ac-
cordioni Good condition, $150.00,
No. 51, Moriono Arosmena, Pa-
na mi.
FOR SALE:Radio G. E., 7 Barv
Toble Model $20.00. 5465-K,
Dioblo.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart'
ment. Contact office No. 8061, 10th
|St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
;' Ion.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio opartments. osk for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
1716.
The CAAF Motion Picture Service.
Quarry Hgts. offers for sale to the
highest bidder one Ampro 16mm
ore lamp projection equipment,
composed of 2 high intensity ore
lamps, 2 Ampro projectors, 2 ad-
justable floor stands, automatic
changeover switch, 2 speakers, 3
sets of coated lens 2", 2 1 -2" and
3", 1 amplifier, can be operated
on 25 or 60 cycle. Sealed bids will
be opened at 10:00 a. m. Mon-
day. June 25. 1951 in the Centrol
Office. CAAF MPS, Quarry Hgts.,
t>dg. No. 153. This equipment, de-
signed for exhibition of 16mm
i film to large audiences, is espe-
cially suited to lodge, social or
church activities. Successful bid-
der, if not entitled to free entry
privilege, will be required to sub-
mit evidence of payment of duty
to the' Panamanian customs. The
CAAF MPS reserves the right to
reject ony or all bids.
Tost & found"
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment, 2
bedrooms, living-diningroom, porch.
No. 34. 25th Street, Bella Vista..
FOR RENT:Aportment for one or
two persons. Also for office, 57
Per Avenue. For information
house 8, East 34th Street down-
stoirs. Phone 3-0746, from 9 to
12 a.m.
FOR RENTEnglish family wiehes to
rant cool modern comfortably fur-
niiheo' two bedroom oportment.
Maid's quarters, garage, experi-
enced maid, June 20th to Am.
10th. Very reasenefele rent to ro-
tpomiole' person, Baila Vista.
Phono 3-0133.
FOR RENT: Furnished, bochel
aportment, 60 dollars, also two,
rooms opartment, 70 dollars. Tel.
3-1648.
At Times A Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
have around the house
and in your car.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sises.
GE0. F. N0VEY, INC.
27 Central Ate. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
tor CUSHIONS SLIP-COVBJM and
RK-UPHOL8TERINO call or visit
oar how-room Custom built furni-
ture our speciality. See one Deco-
rator's Fabrics. Free Kallmatr*. NA-
TIONAL trHOI.STKKV (A. Here.) J.
r. de la Oota No. 7J (Aulo Row)
New Telephone 1-4M8.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model UIF Synchronised
LENSES V ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW O.S. PRICES
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factor* Prices.
PORRAS

Plata 5 de Mayo
Panam. R. P.
,
WANTED:Homes for tame, pretty
kittens, two months old. House
587 X Ancon, Conal Zq.ne.
Wanted Position
leenogp Baby stlter available. Phone
Balboa 1777.
European desires position as book-
keeper cr coshier. Speoks English
and some Spanish. P. O. Box 743,
Ancon.
AT

mees
From lOOoO Up
Come in and TRY one.
NASH AGENCY
Tel. 2-1790
I Block from Tivoli Crossing
LOST:Female Boxer Dog, dork red.
Fawn, white feet. white chest.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts
of this dog. Coll 87-6205. Re-
ward. '
LOST: GrayesK" black scotty, an-
swers to name of Blackie. Lost seen
ot Clayton, just got spaded. Please
return to 0774. Apt. G. Williom-
son Ploca Bhlboo, "reward."
LOST:A young, green parrot, not
valuable but offer handsome re-
ward because I am heartbroken.
Miss Oglo. Hotel Tivoli.
LOST: New Cristobal, black fe-
male cot with yellow plastic col-
lar. Anyone knowing whereobouts
phone 3-1877, even if dead. Re-
ward.
FOR RENT:Furnished cool apart-
ments with private porch and te-
lephone, hot water, and complete
Hotel service from $75.00 up.
HOTEL ROOSEVELT.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 Ft. fcVheeler Cabin
Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete gallery,
private washroom, running water,
clothes closet, numerous cabinets.
Large capacity for gas, water, ice
storoge. Chrysler powered. Fully
equipped, mony extras. May be
seen at Gamboa Boot Club all day
Soturday and Sundoy or by op-
pointment. $4,500. 83-4295.
LOST: Hunting doa. white with
black and brawn spot an Tecu-
men Rood. Call Tel. 3-3120. Re-
wore!.
LESSONS
LESSON: Modern Piono playing
taught beginners and advanced
Students rapidly. Bennett's Studio,
Tel. 2-1282.
Berlin Blockade
May Cease If Trade
Talks Are Resumed
BERLIN. June 15 (UP) The
Western Allied Kommandatura
met in secret session here todav
to map counter-measures against
the Russians new economic
blockade.
But the Soviet began to show
signs of willingness to back
down. Through their East Ger-
man news service they hinted
I they would lift the restrWIons
on Berlin's exoort if West Ger-
| manv resumed trade talks with
the Soviet Zone of Germany.
The suspension of these trade
talks wps the first steps ta*cen
by the Wesi In retaliation for the
economic blockade.
Toko fe Escaoe Routes
Cut* By Erupting Volcano
LISBON. June 15 (UP) An
erupting volcano on Toga Is-
land, in the Portu"':ese-ruled
Cape Verde Islnnd*. belched
smoke 30.000 feet into the sky
today. Land comm'-i'cUlon.s
and es"-re rrutes on the Island
have r" r- -*i cut bv whit ho'
moltea Javav .....
FOR SAkE: 36 Ft. Cabin Cruiser
(Huckins Flyer), powered by V-8
Kermoth motors. $1,200 spent on
motors, gas tanks, shofts, beor-
ings and accessories. Needs some
corpenter and mechanical work.
Factory price todoy $18,000. Must
sell at once. Best offer ova/ $1,-
000. Motors ond transmissions
worth more thon that. Can be
seen on Marine Railwoy, Balboa
' Yacht Club. Abernalhy, telephone
83-6257. |
Destroyer Dead
Taken From Ship
In Japan Drydock
SASEBO. Japan. June 15 (UI i
Shattered- bodies of United
States sailors who died when the
destroyer Walke suffered crip-
pling damage from an under-
water explosion off the Korean
east coast Tuesday were lifted
from the flooded compartments
here today.
The destroyer, which suffered
33 casualties. 26 dead. Is now dry-
docked here.
Navy Inspectors are still un-
able to Identify the type of
weapon which blasted a 25 foot
by 15 foot hole through the 3-
quarter Inch steel of the des-
troyers port side aft.
Many of the casualties were
asleep- against these hull plates
when the blast struck.
Seven other U.8. Navy vessels.
Inchidlng the battleship New Jer-
sey, have been lost or damaged
as a result of enemy action In
Korea. Those lost were the m'np-
s weepers. Magpie. Pirate and
Pledge all tc mines.
The Walke. a 2.200-ton Sum-
mer class destroyer, was built .at
the Bath. Me., iron works and
commissioned at the Boston
Navy Yard In January. 1944. It
participated in the invasion of
France and later in the Philip-
pine rid C aw campaigns in
World War U.
just arrived Hghtmeter
. Polaroid land Camera .
Con tas
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC-
(adjoining International Hotrl)
or Camera store '
(I.ohhv Hotel '/El Panam")
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CHROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave. Aot. I
Office: Tel. 2-337 Home: 3-7tt
HOURS: Monda thru rrtdaj
9 in 12 a.m.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
( to S p.m
Saturday t a.m. to 1 p.m.
Keep Kool
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Air Conditioned
Divers Risk Lives
Finding Whether
Sabotage Sank Sub
LONDON, June 15 (UP).
Divers risked their lives 258 feet
beneath the choppy English
Channel today to find out
whether sabotage or accident
caused the loss of the British
submarine Affray with 75 men
on board. .
The Affray, resting upright
on the sea bottom, was dis-
covered yesterday on the 59th
day of one of the greatest *ea
searches in history.
The British Admiralty said:
"Our only reason for trying to
lift the Affray is to establish
why she sank. Sabotage of ma-
licious damage is one of these
possibilities."
Several cases of sabotage, have
been discovered In British war-
ships during the past year.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
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rm^?Xb:eeP ,HWOtrr,hil?, 15 HJ"mp,on Ro-di- V M *" o The n^SSatr
ablpa-wai a highlight of the sixty-nrat and final reunion of the United a^aderateVeterant
I
Garment Industry
Must Tag Products.
Curb Profiteering
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP)
The government today order-
ed clothing manufacturers to
put dollars-and-cents price tags
on just bout everything people
wear' in a move expected to boost
wool clothing prices and roll-
back some cotton and rayon
costs.
The order Is designed to wipe
out any profiteering In the gar-
ment Industry since the start of
the Korean war and to grant
price relief to other manufac-
turers caught In a squeeze be-
tween higher costs and con-
sumer price cellngs.
It ends the general price
freeze for the nation's SlO.noo,-
OOO.OOu clothing Industry, %tb-
stituting a flexible system in-
tended to. hold prices to actual
cost Increases.
The order requires some 30,-
000 garment firms to fix dollars
and cents ceilings on the basis
of their pre-Korean war prices
plus actual Increases in labor
and materials costs since then.
The new ceilings can be used
immediately, but must be In ef-
fect bv Aug. 15. .
Any rollbacks resulting from
the order will be passed on to
consumers due to the freeze on
wholesalers' and retailers'
"markups" or profit margins on
clothing. Price hikes also may
be passed along, but do not have
to be.
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IS
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^ ABOUTx
Our
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rooms to Inject themselves with
heroin.
Also testifying bv recording
the boys said some schoolmates
i sold $300 to $400 worth of nar-
cotics a dav and others worked
in league with underworld fig-
ures or took bets on horses to
get the money to buy the drugs
A 16-year-old Junior high
school student who admitted
using heroin In his classroom
said thai he had to do "favors"
for the man who supplied him
with the drug.
"If we were sitting In a show,"
he explained, "if we see a man
behind, you know, like a detec-
tive, the man would give me
the gun and I would pass It to
another uy."
The stories,' told In a tough
deadend dialed by the boys,
followed this sordid pattern:
"Mv friends gave me a reefer
at a1 dance. Later I sniffed co-
caine and then started inject-
ing heroin. I didn't know it was
such bad stuff."
The recordings, were made
within the last two weeks at
New York schools with prin-
cipals present and playground
noises In the background.
A truculent 17-year-old boy
who admitted off-handedlv- that
he still operates as a bookmaker
said the student drug peddler
at his former high school In
Brooklyn makes $300 to $400
daily, selling mainly to stu-
dents.
"Three to $400 a day!" the in-
vestigator exclaimed. "Did it
ever occur to you that he may
have been exaggerating to build
himself up?" s
"No." said the tender-aged
bookmaker. "He lost enough mo-
ney to me so he should be tell-
ine the truth."
' "Do you know If he is still
selling narcotics?"
"He is,"
"What makes you think
that?"
"Because he still Is taking
bets from me," piped the 17-
year-old- i
A 15-year-old school boy said
blandlv that while he was in
the city's youth house of deten-
tion after being caught with
marljana clgarets on him. he
saw other prisoners being sup-
plied with marijana In the Jail.
Questioned about his narco-
tics "Jags" In school, the 15-
year-old said it was easy to
sniff, smoke or inject drugs "in
the lunchroom or down In the
boiler room or up on the roof."
"Were there many students
who smoked reefers?" the in-
vestigator asked.
"About 90 per cent of the col-
ored guys, about 40 per cent of
the unite." the bov replied.
A 16-year-old eighth grader
said he and five of his buddies
"sniffed" cocaine, pouring It on
their finger nails, and sucking
it up their mostrils In class-
rooms.
"While the teacher has teach-
ing cites?"
"Yes." the boy said.
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Courteous Service.
Punctual Delivery. *S
P. C. Employes Still
Buying: War Bonds
Canal and Railroad employes
purchased $76.968.75 worth of
Savings Bonds during the month
of May, according to lnfoma-
tion from the Finance Bureau.
Cash sales amounted to $35-
512.50 and $41,456.25 were pur-
chased bv payroll deductions.
MADISON. W. Va., June 16
(UP) A new use for that mo-
dern kitchen gadget, the pressure
cooker, was found here. State Po^
lice Cpl. O. M. Scott said a raid
uncovered a "fair grade" of
moonshine produced in a 24-
quart cooker.
Army's Art Contest
Winning Entries
Mailed to Pentagon
Cash awards were recently giv-
en to all winners in the US Army
Caribbean Art Contest which was
held under the supervision o1
USARCARD3 Special Service! ,
Section at Fort Amador. The win-
ning and honorable mention en-
tries have already been airmailed
to. the Pentagon, Washington,
D.C., for final Judging in the All
Army Art Contest, which is In-
tended to encourage useage and
development of latent art skill
In Army personnel.
First prizes of $15 and second
prizes of $10 were presented the
winning contestants of the flv
categories; posters, cartoons, de-
sign, painting and drawing.
Pvt. Jose Ramon Jimenez-
Echevarria of Co. F. RTC. Camp
Tortuguero, Puerto Rico, won
first place In the poster category,
with M-Sgt. Warren Klstner. Co.
j C. 33rd Infantry Regiment, For
Kobbe coming In second. '
The only prize awarded for;
cartoons wenrto Cpl. Donald G.
Lietzau.of the 7465th AU (Eng.
Reoro). Corozal.
Pvt. Luciano Rlvera-Mendez of
the Casual Center. Ft. Buchanan,
Puerto Rico, won first prize in
the design category with his ori-
ginal design for a blouse. Pvt. Af-
eadlo Colon-Rivera, also of the
Casual Center won second prize
for a water color flower picture, i
M-Set. Kistner won for the se-
cond lime in the contest with nil
first prize wlpner in the palntlm?
categorv. Kistner, a graduate of
the Philadelphia School of Art
was a professional artist for
short time prior to recall into ac-
tive service. Second prize win-
nine painting was submitted b*
Captain Edward Luettgen of
CamnLosev. Puerto Rico.
Col. Rafael P. Ttiflno of Fort
Buchanan Casual Center, toolt
both first and second place in t.hn
drawlntr category. Ttiflno studied
art in Mexico under the GI Bill of
Rights after World War It and j
has had several shows In Puerto
Rico.
Judges for the contest were
Mrs. Irene Pattlding of the USAR-1
CARIB Special Services Section,
Mrs. Jean Karch of the Csnal
Zone Public Schools, and Captain
Gordon Andrews of the USARCA-!
RIB Information 8ectlon.
JUDGE WANTS PROOF
MECHANICSBURG. Pa. (UP)
Magistrate Ray E. Hunter has %
sure-fire method of checking
parking meter violators who say
"the machine didn't work." Hunt-
er takes their fines and then ac-
companies them to the meter. He
inserts a coin and then if it does,
n't work, refunds their fine.
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3 North Ave. Tel. Mil
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-144
DOWNING CHICKENS
,,... good at any hour!
Served by:
Pete's Catalina Garden
Angelines Coffee Shop
Summit QolJ Club
Rendezvous
Curundu Clubhouse
Panama Hospital
SI Rancho
Hotel tl Panama
Balboa 7 M. C. A. ^i^ '. ^-^ Balboa Clubhouse
all airlines thru Flight Kitchen
Said at:
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAMB
PAGE SETHI
^acific J^ocletu
Wr, ZbadJ, PUm (Dor W*. fJoJaJ)
&,393,BatLaJl.iU- mother, Mrs. Nellie Leahy Jones
of Curundu Hts.
Gloria Ives, daughter o Mr.
and Mrs. 8. Martin Ives, has
finished her sophomore year at
Mary Washington College of the
University of Virginia at Fred-
erlcksburg, Va.
Mary hilen Stacy Is coming
from the University of Colorado
at Boulder, Colo., to visit her |
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J.;
Stacy of Diablo Hts.
Edward Schnke has com-
pleted his final year of pre-me-:
dlclne studies at the University
of Missouri, and will spend the I
summer with his parents, Mr.'
and Mrs. E. W. Schnake of Pedro |
Miguel, prior to entering the
Medical Scnool of Buffalo Uni-
versity In Buffalo, N. Y., In the
fall. His sister, Barbara, has
also been at the University of
Missouri, and has completed her '
junior year.
Albert Joyce is coming from
The Citadel In Charleston, S. C, \
and will visit his parents, Mr..
and Mrs. Albert Joyce. Clemente
Aseron. Jr., Is also coming from
The Citadel and will vacation her parents for the remainder | Panama are sponsoring an ln-
wlth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the summer at Lake Sunapee. formal leceptlon to be given at
Clemente Aseron of Panama. N. H. Miss Lewis will Join her \ 8 p.m. this evening at the Bene-
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
GARDEN PARTY Margaret Truman deft), daughter of the
President, and Mrs. Walter Gifford (center), wife of the U.S.
Ambassador to Britain, chat with Queen Elizabeth at a tra-
ditional English garden party given by American-born Lady
Astor at her country home 'In Taplow. Miss Truman is on
her first tour of the European continent.
Ricardo Toledano, son of Mr.' family at Amherst, Mass.
and Mrs. Ramon Toledano of j -----
Panama, has been studying at Sunday School to Hold
the University of Pennsylvania. I Birthday Party iu....ut
Mrs. Kenneth Davies of 1470-
Miss Lois Morgan
Takes Leave of Absence
Miss Lois Morgan, teacher In
the Balboa Junior High School,
B Holden St. in Balboa has ex-
tended Invitations to all mem-
bers of the Baraca Phllathea
Sunday School Class to a blrth-
and well known water colorlst, [ day party at her residence this
EVERLY MEITZEN, JAMES RIDGE
0 BE MARRIED ON JULY 15
Mr. and Mrs. William MeiUen of Curundu announce the
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter,
Beverly, above, to James G. Ridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larr>
Ridge of Los. Angeles. California. The wedding will take
place July 15 at the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Balboa.
r. and Mrs. Darling
o be Honored
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence M.
reece of Balboa have issued
lvltations for a cocktail buffet
) be given this evening at 6:30
'. thefr residence in farewell to
r. and Mrs. Dashwood P. Dar-
ng of Brazos Heights who are
avlng soon to make their
>me In San Francisco, Calif.,
fter a long residence here.
and Washington. D. C., before
deciding where they will make
their residence.
sailed today on the S. S. Ancon
for New York. She is taking a
year's leave of absence which
she expects to spend with her
family in Toledo, Ohio.
Teen-Age Dance Tonight
At Balboa Elks' Club
All Canal Zone teen-agers are
Invited to attend the Teen-Age
Dance at 7:30 tonight at the
licencia Israelita In welcome to
Rabbi Nathan Wltkln, who re-
turned recently from the United
States. Members and friends are
Invited to attend.
B?a
amma
ERWIN KENT AND HIS N. Y. ORCHESTRA
featuring vocalist Jeffrey Carlton
Saturday Night Baila Vista Roof
Pinner and dancing from 7 p.m.
(Dinners from $2.75)
Sunday Night In The Patio
Buffet Supper and dancing
(* From 7 p.m.
($3.00 per person. Children
under 12 yrs. half price)
NATIVI RUM DRINKS $0 15
Maid Of Cotton
Fashion Show
Sponsored by the Lion's Club for the
benefit of the Panam Red Cross.
Tickets $1.00. Time: 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday.
Place: The Patio (In case of rain, show
will be given on the Bella Vista Roof).
evening. The event will honor
all class members whose birth-
days fall In April, May, or June.
Special guests for the evening
will be Rev. and Mrs. Jesse
Smith of Chile, who are spend-
ing several weeks with their son,
Maxwell, and family in Bal-
boa.
This party will be In the na-
Mr. Motta Returns
Arthur D. Motta of Bella
Vista returned by plane last
night from New York, after a
stay of several months In Eu-
rope and,the United States.
inister and Mrs. Molino
onored at Deception
The Charge D'Affaires ad in-
terim of the United States Em-
sty and Mrs. Murray M. Wise
ere host at a reception last
ening at the U. S. Embassy
sidence on La Cresta in honor
f the Panamanian Minister of
oreign Relations and Mrs. Ig-
aclo Molino, Jr.
luncheon This Noon
onored Mrs. Adolfo Arias .
[ Mrs. Benjamin Chen enter-
lned with a luncheon today
It the Hotel El Panama lri'hori-
Ir of Mrs. Adolfo Arlas P.. rer
|lrlng president of the Inter-
erican Women's Club. Mrs.
then Is the retiring first vice-
president of the organization.
Her guests today Included the
lutgoing and the new officers
Ind boards of directors of the
flub and other friends.
Mr and Mrs. Bruckner
1-eave for the States
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bruck-
her of Balboa Heights sailed to-
lay on the S. S. Ancon for New
Jtork. They have been residents
if the Canal Zone for many
pears, and have a large circle
pf friends here who regret their
Beparture. The Buckners will
rlsit In New York, Pennsylvania,
Mr. and Mrs. Ogle
Establish Residence
R. Wayne Ogle, newly ap-
pointed Administrative Assistant
at the American Embassy in
Panama, and Mrs. Osle, have
now established residence in
Panama and are home at No.
533 La Carrasquilla.
Several College Student*
Will Arrive on Monday
The S. S. Panama will bring
several college students to the
Isthmus for the summer vaca-
tion months when It docks on
Monday.
Miss Maureen Manush will
arrive to spend the vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Manush. after completing
her junior year at Syracuse Uni-
versity.
Miss Ann Newhard will visit
her- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.
A.. Newhard, after completing
her sophomore year at the Co-
lorado College of Education at
Greeley, Colo.
Tom O'Donnell will visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'-
Donnell, vacationing from St.
Joseph's College In Princeton,
N. J.
John P. SmJth, III, Is coming
from the University of Pennsyl-
vania In Philadelphia, Pa., after
finishing his sophomore year In
the Wharton School of Finance
of the University. His brother.
Orlando, has finished his fresh-
man year at Clemson College
in Clemson. S. C.
Tom Jones is returning from
his freshman year at principia
College In Elsa, 111., to visit his
Elks' Club on La Boca Road in tur fjM/SK'L*? tM.r\.a4?d
Balboa. A lunch will be served
during the evening.
Esther Reynolds Is
Guest of Johnstons
Miss Esther Reynolds of Colon
is spending a week with her
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
Calvin H. Johnston of Curundu
Heights.
Mri I.ewin Arrives
For Son's Wedding
Mrs. Pauline Lewin will arrive
this evening from (New York to
be the house guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Altman of Bella Vista.
She will remain In Panama two
weeks to attend the wedding of
her son, Morton to Sylvia Alt-
man.
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FOR THE JUNE
. BRIDES:
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Messrs. Madison and Kelly
Sailed Today on S. S. Ancon
' Charles R. Madison and Harry
Kelly of Ancon, who sailed for
New York this morning on the
S. S. Ancon, were guests of hon-
! or at several farewell parties re-
cently.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Willis of
Ancon was hostess at a dinner
party given in their honor re-
cently. They were entertained
at a Mexican "despedida" given
for 30 guests at the home of
Dr. Fred Howard by their
friends of Gorgas Hospital staff.
Miss Alberta Llzotte of Ancon
and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sho-
make of Coco Solo also gave
farewell dinners in their honor.
The final farewell event was
a stag party at the Hotel Tlvoll
' given by James Farrell.
, Mr. KeUy will visit In New
York and Detroit and then will
enlist In the armed forces. Mr.
Madison Is enrolling at Catho-
lic University of America In
Washington, D. C. to complete
work for his bachelor's degree.
Miss Evans and Miss Lewis
Leave far Summer Camp
Miss Marian Evans,' daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Evans
of Balboa Heights, and Miss
Mary Beth Lewjs, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. John F. Lewis of
Balboa Hts.. sailed today on the
S. S. Ancon for New York.
They will spend the month of
July at Camp Wono on Cape
Cod, Mass. Miss Evans will Join
Mrs. Davies who leave the Isth-
mus in July to resume residence
in California. Mrs. Davies Is
vice-president of the class, Mr.
Terrill Toone is president, and
Mrs. Olive Piper Is teaeher.
Jewish Communities to Hold
Reception Tonight
The Jewish communities of
FATHER'S DAY
CARDS
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No. 4 Tivoli Ave. .
Opposite Ancon P.O.
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Panama No. 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1951
i
Wrs Witlon J.. WaA
Box 195, (atn Jttepkon, Qalun 378
MORNING COFFEE COMPLIMENTS MRS. CARTER
Mrs. J. V. Carter, of Curando, formerly of Colon, wu the
, guest of Mrs. Stanley Hamilton of Cristobal Wednesday. Mrs.
' Hamilton invited a few of Mrs. Carter's friends to visit with
', her and enjoy morning coffee.
Her ruests were: Mrs. Richard Carter, Mrs. Humberto
1 Leicnadier, Mr". Julia Emiliani, Mrs. Juan Antonio Nuei,
, Mrs. Julio Nino, Mrs. Afustlne Cedeo, Mrs. Louis Eduardo
j Castillo. Mrs. Gunther Hirschfeld, Mrs. Fritz Humphrey, Mrs.
' Anita Keif, and Mrs. Hans lilies.
Mrs. Richard Carter presided at the coffee service.
Miss Sarah Jane Carter accompanied her mother to the
. Atlantic Side and Is spendlnjt some time visiting- Kay Hamil-
ton.
English Wall plaques as a fare-
well gift. He has been assistant
Cubmaster and is leaving for the
States next month. Mr. Thomas
Barnes, who will assist with the
cubs next year was Introduced.
Mr. and Mrs. Reeve*
Honeymooning on the Isthmus
Mr. anfl Mrs. Walter Richard
Eceeves. Jr., and his bride arrived
last week to spend their honey-
moon at the home of his parents
a! Fort Gullck.
Miss Bonnie Elaine Logsdon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Logsdon ,of Beaumont. Texas
and Mr. Reeves were married at
10:00 a.m. Saturday, June 2 at
the Harria Memorial Chapel ot
the University Methodist Church
In Austin. Texas with the Rev.
Robert Ledbetter officiating.
Miss Jean Kennedy of Brynn
Texas, played the traditional
wedding marches and Miss Jane
Qilstrap sang "Through the
Years." and "O Promise Me,"
preceding the ceremony and
""The Lord's Prayer" during the
ceremony.
The bride entered upon the arm
of her father, by whom she was
given In marriage. She wore a
gown of white embroidered or-
gandy having long pointed
sleeves apd a fitted bodice with
high neckline. The ballerina
skirt was very full. Her veil was
shoulder length and she carried
aibouquet of glamelllas.
Miss Beverly Reeves, sister ot
e bridegroom was the maid of
honor. The bridesmaids were
Miss Jean Harris of Henderson.
Texas, and Miss Sally Singleton
of Texarkana. Texas. They were
attired in Identical frocks of yel-
low organdy made with a sleeve-
less, fitted bodice having a high-
neckline with a pointed collar
and a ballerina skirt. They wore
raffled net headdresses with
cfusters of daisies, and carried
bouquets of shasta daisies. Short
aliening nylon gloves complet-
thelr ensemble.
Mr. Albert Attaway of Kerr-
ypie, Texas, formerly of Balboa
was best man for Mr. Reeves and
t$e groomsmen were: Phillip Mc-
Laughlin of Chanute. Kansas and
William Nelnast of Somervllle.
A reception for a hundred
guests was held In the sun room
of the Stephen P. Austin Hotel
liMlowlng the wedding. Mrs.
waiter R. Reeves, 8r., was pres-
ent with the members of the
bride's family to receive the
guests.
The bride and groom cut the
traditional wedding cake which
wjas topped with a miniature
bpde and groom and enrlrcled
with gladlolls. Miss Dorothy Har-
rh had charge of the bride's
book.
"The bride graduated this
month from the University of
Texas In Austin, receiving her
B.S. degree In Bacteriology. Mr.
Reeves has been working on his
Master's degree In Mechanical
Engineering for the past year. He
has- accepted a position as de-
signing encineer with Consolida-
ted Aircraft in Fort Worth. Tex-
s
They will sail on a Lykes Liner
the latter part of the month for
Houston and go to Fort Worth to
make their home.
Mrs. Reeves, Sr., returned
Wednesday by Branlff, after
spending a month visiting in Aus-
tin. Jacksonville, and Marshal,
Texas.
Also present for dinner were
the Misses Flora and Jo Ann
Harte.
Sojourners Dinner Meeting
Caribbean Chapter No. 21, Na-
tional Sojourners held their
monthly meeting Tuesday even-
ing June 12 at 7:00 p.m. Lieut.
Commander C. B. Diehl.U.S.N.,
was in charge of the arrange-
ments for the dinner, which took
place at the Coco Solo Officers
Club.
In the absence of Captain Paul
C Koerner. the president. Major
Eugene L. Hamon. USMC. vlce-
oresident. presided at the meet-
ing.
After the regular Itislness
meeting, a movie, "What Ameri-
ca Means to Me" was shown. This
was followed by the showing of
the movies taken by Captain C.
S. Townshend at the Fort Loren-
zo Bivouac last February.
The July meeting will be under
the direction of WO John Sofka,
USA. and is scheduled for July 10
at the Fort Davis Officers Club.
At this time convention reports
will be available.
Sorority Meeting
The members of Beta Chap-
ter, Beta Sigma Phi, met Tues-
day evening at the Margarita
Clubhouse. This will be their last
meeting until fall. Plans were
made for activities to take place
during the summer months.
Two new pledges were intro-
duced. They were: Mrs. Edith
Henning and Mrs. Betty Lou
Hudgins.
The other members present
were: Mrs. Evelyne Wade. Mrs.
Ann Maner. Mrs. Jacqueline
Stringer, Miss Jean Lawson.Mrs.
Violet Dea kins and Mrs. Beverly
Berger.
Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin H. Johns-
ton of Curundu Heights are the
house guests of their niece. Miss
Esther Reynolds of Colon.
Father and Son Banquet
at Gatun
The annual Father and Son
banquet will be held Monday
evening at the Oatun Union
Church at 5:30 p.m. All men and
their sons in the community are
cordially Invited to attend.
Tickets will be sold at the door.
They are a dollar for adults and
fifty cents for children under
ten.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hamil-
ton entertained Tuesday even-
ing with a dinner party compli-
menting Miss Dora Hardy, who
sailed today to return to Ohio to
reside. Miss Hardy has been on
sabbatical leave for the past two
years and has been teaching in
the Cristobal Elementary School.
The other dinner guests were:
Miss Thelma Godwin, Miss Elsie
Halliwell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Whltaker and Mr. and Mrs. Eus-
taceLee.
Assistance Needed at
Trefoil House
The Brownie and Intermediate
Girl Scouts will hold their sum-
mer camp in Gatun starting next
Wednesday. On Saturday the la-
dles will be in Gatun to prepare
for the camp. Any parents, or
high school boys and girls who
could come to the Trefoil House
around 9:00 a.m. and give assist-
ance would be appreciated.
Mr. and Mrs. Neville Hart*>
entertained last evening with a
family dinner party for Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Reeves. Sr., and
their son and his bride.
Cub Picnic
Cub Pack 8. of New Cristobal
held a picnic at the Boy Scout
Shack as a climax to their year's
work. They will not have any
weekly den meetings during the
summer, but will have the
monthly pack meetings.
Following the picnic, moving j
pictures were shown.
The den mothers presented
Commander I. J. Frankel two
ll.rrlni In "Unltori Si.. Mall"
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Snitch Hiker Tells
500 Robberies
Paid His US Tour
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. June 15.
(UP)A man who police said
boasted of "touring" the coun-
try with a 24 year old girl and
living off the loot of "more than
500 robberies" was held in jail
here tonight.
Detective Chief M. A. Hinds
Identified the man as Howard
Glenn Eckley. 29, of Seattle,
Wash., and said Miss Francis
Georgia Mosley. 24, also of Seat-
tle, was arrested with Eckley
early today.
When arrested, the couple a
written confession telling of
thefts in churches, businesses
and other places in Oregon.
Washington, Texas, Oklahoma,
Arkansas, Colorado, Nebraska,
California, Nevada, and Mis-
souri.
"I have shoplifted more than
$3,000 worth of cigarets from
stores all over the country in
the past two years," Eckley told
a reporter. "It was an easy mat-
ter to pick them up and I could
always sell them to cab drivers,
porters or Individuals for $1 a
carton."
Eckley said he found shop-
lifting "an' easy way to pay ex-
penses."
eH said he knew that "sooner
or later some smart cop would
get me."
Police said Ecklev told them
Miss Mosley had nothing to do
with any of his burglaries.
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before your time, kidney trouble may
be the causa.
Wrong food and drinks, worry, colds
or overwork plac a heavy strain on
your kidneys 80 that they function
poorly and often may need help to
tronerly purify your blood and maintain
eallh and energy.
vitalise Your KMaays
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fa no
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on the road to better health.
Balboa T To Give
Flag Day Dance
For Service Men
On Saturday, military person-
nel of the area are to be guests at
the Flag Day Dance at the Bal-
boa Armed Services Y.M.C.A. The
hours of the dance are 7:30 to 11
p.m. with music by Dave Ben-
nett's Orchestra.
This is a regular feature of the
program for military personnel
carried on by the Balboa Y. M. C.
A. Members of the Girls' Service
Organization will be on hand to
serve as dance hostesses.
This group of Junior hostesses
is composed of young women
from the Canal Zone and Pana-
ma and Miss Louise Feemster Is
president.
8enior hostesses headed by Mrs.
Oeo. Matthews and Mrs. J. Pal-
mer Smith, will be on hand to
serve at the intermission refresh-
ment period.
Mrs. Abble de Linares is pro-
gram director of the Y.M.C.A.
and has geenral responsibility
for these semi-monthly dances.
These services are made possihis
through Community Chest sup-
port. Any young women wishing
to attend who are not members
of the OSO, are required to se-
cure a guest pass in advance from
the program director.
Rough On Roof
FORT WORTH,Tex. (UP) If
burglars keep on visiting the
hardware store of N. L. Cox, he
soon won't have any roof left.
Twice in a month burglars sawed
through the roof, in different
places, to enter.
NEW OFFICERS of the Fort Gullck NCO Wives Club pose at
the Club for the Army photographer. Left to right: Mes-
dames Mary Lou Tolbert, Jane Moore, and Lois Parker of the
Board of Governors; Mrs. Pauline Marsh, President; Mrs.
Helen Beck, Vice President; Mrs. Odelle Harshaw, Secretary;
Mrs: Roberta Crandall, Treasurer; and Mrs. Gladys Smith,
outgoing president and member of the new Board of
Governors.
(Official U.S. Army Photo)
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FLAG DAT SERVICES were held by Balboa Ellis, left to
right member and guests ol Panama Canal Zone Lodge No.
UKBPOE. rise to honor their country's ^ ^ rempiei
held at the lodge hall last night. WUUam 1. W. Jr. Es-
quive of the-lodge; Walter E. Rahte, Chief o *. WW. i.
J. EgUnton. Department commander VFW. who dvered he
patriotic address o the occasion: Cloyd H. Appleby, Exalted
RulVr Ldg^e 7 1414? Frank Castle, who read the history of
the flat to the group; Jack B. Bgozcue. Chaplain o the lodge,
and Sit. W " Boydaton, US Marine Corps, color bearer. Boy
ScouU o Amertea also assisted In the Flag Day observance o
the "farthest south" Elk lodge. ,,,_
(Photo by Ivo R. SbuM>
British Sports Car
Makes Global Dash
team will take It In turns two
at a time to drive and map-
read while the others rest.
The globe-encircling Austin
Is the new -A40 sports model
which. .In saloon form, distin-
guished Itself both In America
and France last year par-
LOS ANGELES. June 15.A
small 48 H.P. car In which a
British team of drivers Is at-
tempting to go round the world
In SO days or less arrived here*
by air from Honolulu on the
U. S. leg of Its global trip.
anAd As'ladanT?he"7 wasEnown ^'^.7^^ when It co"v-
cross the Pacific ered 10,000 mUes In 10.000 mln-
Tte u in Austin sports 140 utes. During this epic run and
lelTl?o.CaAn|ele^"n1a scheduled I earlier In the ^8 It captured
four rlav run to New York Cltv. M records five Internationa ,
X^edtLS%c0ro^,the United'17 U-S^'^"cal National,
suts ivbs scheduled via Flag-1 five Montlhery local ana m
sttfi" tizona/ Albuquerque, . S. stock car records and
NewMexco%lchUa KarX; i became the first stock family
St Louis; Indianapolis; Colum- saloon car ever to break lnter-
HE OUTLASTS HIS LAST RITESWhile the minister reads his funeral sermon over an empty
casket, James W. Gernhardt sits (at left, withstands crossed) and listens quietly. The 79-year-
old Burllngtcn, Colo., man arranged for a preview of his own funeral because be wes not satisfied
with the services given his late sister.
bus. Ohio; Pittsburgh and Har-
rlsourg, Penn.
The feat of going round the
world In 30 days Is being at-
tempted bv a team of four
drivers. It Is being undertaken
with special charter-plane link*
for ocean crossings.
national records.
''ownsite Planner Joins
",Z Staff For Summer
Melvln N. Rotsch, a^.ltecture
, professor In the School of Engln-
Ti car feU Sndon England, ring at Texas Agricultural and
or?jui From* the Enguib[Mechanical College, has been
coast it was flown to Paris and employed for the summer to work
then it drove across France, primarily on townslte planning
Switzerland and down to the i In the Civil Engineering Branch
foot of Italy. From here It was of the Engineering Division at
ilown to Beirut (Lebanoni, from j Balboa Heights,
where it was driven day-and11 ^ Wednesday night by
W tCL2S ?& * ta"iU air from College Station. Texas,
to Baghdad, then down to In- .ppomMnled hv nl. * nd
dia. across the vast subcontinent
to Calcutta, and from there bv
air across the Pacific.
accompanied by his wife and
three-yt v-old son.
Two other professors, from
01 "car U an open-bodied Cornell University, have been of-
model of the Austin A40 chassis i fered summer employment with
which, in the familv saloon! the Canal Enghue-lng Division
form covered 10.000 miles In I but it Is not now known when
10,000 minutes on the French j they will arrive.
Montlherv racing track last wmr------------- -
August. | t. O. Warner. Of NY,
Special equipment Is carried ,r i*!,,-:,,,. Vioitnr
for radio-telephone communlca- isinmian v siiur
tlon with the K.L.M. Skymaster
which has been specially adapt-
ed for transporting tl/; car on
Its ocean crossings.
Visiting the Isthmus after an
absence of some 24 years. Israel
O. Warner. Is at present the
,3 ucean iiuaoiutta. i 1 L ------V t
- The trip's object Is to show West of his brothers and sister
that a small car made In Brit- in La Carraaqulllax
aln can stand up to gruelling Following his ylsit he will re-
travel over mountain uasses, de- i turn next month to his home in
serts. jungle roads and the great | Flushing Hlllcrest, Long Island.
motor highways of the U. S.
On Its long journey, the car
New York,
Warner arrived on the Isthmus
Morrill, Boyle
Chosen As Delegates
To Girls' Nation
Representatives of Caribbean
Girls' State to Girls' Nation, 1951.
m Washington, DC. were named
by Mrs. Lola Magner, Director of
Caribbean Girls' State at Its clos-
ing banquet.
The girls chosen were Governor
Anne Morrill and Secretary of
State Jacqueline Boyle. They will
attend the August session of
Girls' Nation, with all-expenses
paid.
In the event that one of these
delegates Is unable to attend, al-
ternates were chosen. They were
Martha Graham and Sally Ack-
er man. All of the girls have co- .
operated so well that choosing
tose girls has been a difficult
task.
Guests present Included many
o* the people who made Girls'
8tate posslt*.'. They were: Col.
and Mrs. R. E. Humphreys;
j Captain and Mrs. E. W. Scarbor-
ough; Lt, and Mrs. Donald De-
!wey; Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peder-
ison. Department Commander;
'Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Morrill; Mrs.
Ella Werty; Mrs. Grace Ander-
son; Sergeant Harry Menard;
Mr. John Barr; Commander and
I Mrs. F. S. Fahle: Mr. and Mrs.
IO. J. Boyle; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Hannlgan; Mrs. Edith McGinn;
Mrs. Arthur Corbett; Miss Ruth
Corbett; Mr. Earl Youark: Mr.
Bill Loehr; Colonel and Mrs. Ed-
mund McVlttle.
Events preceding the banquet
were the presenting of the Girls'
State scarfs to the girls and a
I trip t othe Magistrates Court at
Cristobal. Judge Ralph Chlttlcl;
1 presiding. After leaving the
I court they proceeded to the Cris-
tobal Police 8tatlon where Lt.
,Gaddls Wall explained police
procedure to the group. A mock
arrest was made for the benefit
of the group. A tour of the cell
block followed.
A mock trial was held upon re-
turning to the Girls' State
grounds. Mrs. Galusha. Senior
Counselor, was tried for forgery
during elections. The verdict of
the Jury was guilty.
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Aclel Indigestion of a temporary
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Don't wait until acid indigestion
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rites of his father, James A. War-
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ISTHMIAN DATA
> Births
WYNTER, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
of Panama, a daughter. June 12
at Qorgas Hospital.
NICHOLLS, Mr. and Mrs. W.
G. of Panama, a daughter, June
12 at Qorgas Hospital.
STUDT. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. of
Balboa, twin daughters, Jur.e 12 '
at Gordas Hospital.
McCOY. Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
of Curundu. a daughter, June 12
at Gorgas Hospital.
BURGOS. Sgt. and Mrs. Anto-
nio F., of Fort Kobbe, a daughter
at Clayton Hospital.
WAGNER, 1st Lt. and Mrs.
Matt, of corozal. a daughter at
Clayton Hospital.
MELENDEZ. Bjt. and Mrs. An-
gel of Fort Kobbe, a daughter at
Claytci Hospital.
KOTS, 8gt. and Mrs. Edward
J. of Corozal. a son at Clayton
Hospital.
JOHN80N. Sfc and Mrs. Frank
of Fort Clayton, a daughter at
Clayton Hospital.
HERNANDEZ. Sa.t. and Mrs.
Antonio of Fort Kobbe, a daugh-
ter at Clayton Hospital.
KNIGHT. M-Sgt. an Mrs.
Marvin of Fort Kobbe, a son at
Clayton Hospital.
KING, Sfc and Mrs. Lester of
Ft. Amador a daughter, at Clay-
ton Hospital.
DAVID.Mr. and-Mrs. A. A. of
Coco del Mar. a son. June 13 at j
Gorgas Hospital.
McCONNEY. Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. of Cable Heights, a daughter,
June 13 at Gorgas Hospital.
Marriage Licenses
NUNEZ. Brunlldo. 22 of Paral-
o to GRIFFIN, Agriplno. 22 of
3d Tank. June 11.
Deaths
THOMPSON, Anela, Infant,
June 13 at Gorgas Hospital.
Exhibition And Sale
At Bethel Mission
Parque Lefevre's Christian Ser-
vice group will hold an exhibition
and sale tomorrow at S p.m. at
the Bethel Mission Church In
Red Tank.
Under the leadership of Mrs.
Pearl Senley de Estwlck, the
group will display a variety of
knitted articles and wearing ap-
parel, which will be on sale along
with a selection of pastries and
other foe '.uffs.
The said Is sponsored to raise
funds to purchase a lot In Parque
Lefevre for the home mission di-
rected In that area by the Bethel
Mission Church of which Elder W.
H. Stewart Is pastor.
The general public Is Invited.
NEW MODEL$1,MO,000
DETROIT (UP.).Here's why
lt cost one big automobile com-
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new pcxtwar model: The firm
bought and Installed 164 new
machines, moved 870 machines
to new locations, built 1,650 new
dies and 805 new fixtures, made
2,615 new tools for the assembly
plant and Installed 13 miles of
conveyor track.
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REFRESCOS, S. A.
Notice of Annual Meeting ot Stockholders
Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of
the Common Stockholders of Refrescos. S. A., a cor-
poration of the Republic of Panama, will be held on
the 2nd day of July, 1951 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
at the office of the Corporation. Avenida Central No. 33.
Panam City, R. de P., for the purpose of considering
and acting upon such business ae may properly be
brought before the meeting.
w J
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'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attract*,
a following
Of prospects mighty fin! '
What's moro ... ho signs
thorn quickly
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FRIDAY, JUNE IS, 1911
x~Defense Secretary Johnson
Says Korea Plan Must Change
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, June 15 (UP). Former Defense Secretary
Louis Johnson said yesterday the United States cannot lonr con-
tinue to let Russia "bleed ns dry" in Korea. He said he felt as
n cabinet member that Gen. Douglas MacArthur's policies would
have to be adopted.
Bat he hastily added that he would have followed the judg-
ment of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in making actual policy deci-
sions "if I had the confidence in them that I had when I. left
the Defense Department." As for the present, he said, he is "just
a civilian armchair strategist."
Johnson, who was removed by President Truman last Sep-
tember after a bitter row with Secretary of State Dean Acheson,
also told the Senate MacArthur Investigating committee that
Acheson first proposed U.S. intervention.In Korea. Johnson said
the military neither '(recommended nor 'opposed it."
Johnson described a "violent
discussion" he had with Acheson
last June across the Blalr House
dinner table on Formosa. The ar-
gument involved Johnson's De-
cember, 1949, proposal for send-
ing a military mission to Chiang
Kai-shek's Chinese Nationalists.
. Acheson had Opposed the plan
- and Mr. Truman rejected it. A
mission was sent only recently.
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, Dein.,
Tex., questioned Johnson in de-
tail about MacArthur's proposals
for a "more aggressive war"
against the Chinese Communists.
The former secretary emphasized
that the advice of the Joint
, Chiefs would have governed his
decisions.
He did not give outright in-
dorsement to all MacArthur's
recommendations. But he said his
"Instinct'' would have been to
throw a naval blockade around
the China coast, although he op-
posed a blockade of Russian-oc-
cupied Port Arthur and Dalren in
Manchuria.
Johnson favored use of Chi-
ang's troops in the Korean war
"If a military mission recom-
mended it" and said he would
leave to the Joint Chiefs a deci-
sion whether U. S. planes should
bomb Manchurian bases.
Johnson also testified that:
1) The country was not pre-
pared for the Korean attack be-
cause the State and Defense
Departments were not "func-
tioning as they should."
2) Until the Korean war. Ache-
ion took the position that he
"really wanted to have nothing
to do" with the Chinese Nation-
alist Government.
3) President Truman consider-
ad firing MacArthur last August
for his message on Formosa to
the Veterans of Foreign Wars, but
contented himself with making
MacArthur withdraw it.
4) If he had been in the Cabin-
et last April when Mr. Truman
did fire MacArthur, he would
have urged the President to do it
"another way" by letting him go
to talk to MacArthur or perhaps
"bringing him back, or some-
thing of that sort."
S) He does not "buck" the
President's decision to relieve
MacArthur, if he had lost con-
fidence in the general. But
Johnson said he feels 'MacAr-
thur Is "one of the greatest. If
not the greatest, general of his
generation."
6) MacArthur was right about
the strategic importance of For-
mosa and in his desire to bomb
Rash in. Korean rail center near
the Siberian border.
7) The late Defense Secreta-
ry James Forrestal was con-
cerned in 1949 about "political
domination of the Defense De-
partment" by the State Depart-
ment. So, Johnson said, when
he took over after Forrestal he
wrote Acheson a letter to clear
up the "muddy" situation. Ach-
eson cooperated "fully," he said.
Sen Styles Bridges, Rep., N.H.,
asked Johnson whether the mili-
tary "concurred" in the decision
to Intervene in Korea. Johnson
replied:
'Senator, I am not going to
quibble with words today, but
'concurred' Is a little too strong."
He added, however, that if the
military "wanted to oppose It,
then was our .ime to oppose it.
Not a one of us did." But he said
military officials had "severally
pointed out the trouble, trials,
tribulations and difficulties" In-
volved in intervention.
Vast Smuggling Pierces
Iron Curtain To Aid Reds
y NEIL MacNEIL
VAST SMUGGLING INSIDE
WASHINGTON. June 15 (UP)
John J. McCloy. U. S. High
Commissioner in Germany, dis-
closed yesterday that "Com-
munist undercover agents" have
smuggled millions of dolais
worth of strategic materials be-
hind the Iron Curtain from
Western Germany.
He said that whHe he could
not accurately state the total
value of the illegal trade, esti-
mates have ranged as nigh as
$100.000.000 a year. But he added
that legal shipments of such
goods to Communist areas have
been reduced drastically.
McCloy testified before a Sen-
ate Subcommittee investigating
export controls. Chairman Her-
bert R. O'Connor, D., Md.. has
charged that West German
firms Including some receiv-
ing Marshall Plan aid are
shipping potential war mater-
ials to Red China Illegally.
A committee investigator,
Kenneth R. Hansen. has blamed
the shipments on "inadequate"
export controls and poorly
trained German customs offi-
cials.
"West Germany did deal with
Communist China," McClov
testified, "and trade figures
shot up alarmingly high last
year. Then thev went down
sharply. That trade is now nil."
The High Commissioner em-
phasized he was speaking of
legal trade with China and he
had "no sound information" on
illegal exports to the Far East.
McCloy pinned much of the
blame for the Illicit flow of war
materials from Germany to
Communist areas on "old time
smuggling rings" and Commun-
ist agents who have a "good bit
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MacArthur Looses
Second Broadside
Of Texas Junket
HOUSTON, Tex., June 15 (UP)
Gen. Douglas MacArthur re-
newed his war on Truman Ad-
ministration policies at home
and abroad last night in his
second Texas address in two
days at Houston stadium.
His appearance at the stad-
ium came as the climax to a
busy day for MacArthur, who
visited Houston's Veterans Ad-
ministration hospital before
lunch. In the afternoon, he mo-
tored 60 miles to the island
city of Galveston to receive a
hero's tribute and to pay tri-
bute to the dead of both World
Wars.
The Elks Clubs of Houston
gave the general a Cadillac au-
tomobile, "a little token of re-
membrance for your 52 years
of service to us."
Then MacArthur took an
hour-long tour of Houston's Ve-
terans Administration hospital,
shaking hands and chatting
amiably with veterans of four
wars Spanish American,
World War I. World War II and
Korea.
Climax of his Houston visit-
was the speech at the stadium.
MacArthur used the occasion for
an extension of his remarks at
Austin, where he opened his
Texas tour with,a bitter indict-
ment of the Truman Adminis-
tration.
He charged that the war pol-
icy In Korea was one of ''ap-
peasement on the battlefield"
and said the only certain way
to avert World War III was to
bring that conflict to an early
and decisive end.
MacArthur's schedule called
for two more spceehes today. He
was to fly to San Antonio for
an address at the Alamo, Texas'
most beloved shrine of its war
with Mexico in 1836. and then
to Dallas, where he was to ap-
pear tonight in the Cotton
Bowl.
Stowaway Colleen
Deported From US
As Love Founders
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 15
(Uf)A prettv Irish colleen
whose love for a sailor faded on
a trans-Atlantic stowaway voy-
age was ordered depoorted today
and her one-time boy friend was
sent to prison.
Teresa Dunleavy fainted when
she was told she must return to
her native Ireland.
John D. Croker, of Macon, Ga
a seaman on the freighter that
brought her to the United
States, was sentenced to four
months imprisonment on
charges of helping her gain
Illegal entry to the country.
until today. Crocker had been
saying he would follow Teresa
back to Dublin where he met
her at a dance if that was neces-
sary to win her hand in mar-
riage. She, on the other hand,
told reporters she was through
with the sailor.
In court, however. Crocker
said another girl friend had told
him things about his colleen
that changed his mind about
taking her to the altar.
Teresa challenged Croker to
tell what he had learned about
her but Judge Bryan Simpson
would not permit him to give
her the information.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By IB8KINE JOHNSON
NKA Staff Correspondent
of gold" to finance their deal-
ings.
He said American. British and
French officials know many of
the "masterminds" of the smug-
gling activities. He refused to
make the Information public,
however, on grounds It would
hamper Allied efforts to stamp
out the illegal trade.
Pleasure Boating
Exhibit Opens
At Canal Library
"A Glimpse at Pleasure Boat-
ing" is the subject of the pre-
sent exhibit of The Panama
Canal Library in the exhibit
case In the lobby of the Civil
Affairs Building, Ancon.
The centerpiece of the exhibit
is o model hull of a sailing boat,
2 1-2 feet long, constructed to
scale by William H. Forbls, Jr.,
correspondent for Time Maga-
zine, who has recently gone to
New York after living In Pan-
ama for several years.
Other items In the display In-
clude parallel rules and dividers
for chart work, samples of small
boat hardware, a blueprint for
building an 18-foot certerboard
sloop, and a United States
Power Squadron Ensign, lent by
Brodle Brunham, a Balboa
Yacht Club Burgee and U. S.
Yacht Ensign, lent -by Walter
E. Pearson, Commodore of the
Balboa Yacht Club.
Library material supplement-
mentlng the exhibit includes
books on boatbuilding, cruising
and sailmaklng, charts of this
area and yachting magazines.
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Exclu-
sively Yours: Will Rogers, Jr.,
who looks so much like his dad,
has changed bis mind about
starring in the cowboy-humor-
ist's film biography. The official
announcement is due from War-
ner Bros, any day. Will, Jr. a Bev-
erly Hills newspaper publisher,
has even hired an expert, Ben
Petty, as a rope-twirling tutor.
Margaret O'Brien, now a grown-
up at 14, Is wearing her first high
heels Republic, Is promising
Rod Cameron a location trip tu
Java for his next if it's "Fair
Blow the Winds"___ Frances
Langford and Tony Romano, the
Suitar player who teamed up
uring the war, are together a-
gain for Columbia's "Purple
Heart Diary."
Miriam Hopkins hired a French
maid who told her on the inter-
view: "I weel not work for tem-
peramental movie stars." .
"She still doesn't know," Mir-
iam told me. "This will be my
best performance."
On the Record:
SheUey Winters, about her fig-
ure: "I'm trying to until! In a
couple of places. Success makes
everybody fill out.".
James Mason, bout why he's
not a member of Hollywood's ul-
tra British colony: "It's very
frightening. You have to put on
a black tie. That's not for Pame-
la and me."
Fred MacMurray on comedy vs.
.eavy drama: "Drama is easier.
You're In front of the cameras
thinking, 'What time will we
break for lunch?' Audiences see
me scene and say, 'What a pro-
found expression he had on his
face.' "
Judy Garland's London success
has given her a new incentive to
meet the people and she'll ac-
cept night club and theater en-
gagements In the .8. when she
returns from Europe in two
months___ Carmen Miranda,
who has contributed some dimes
to women's fashions, has a patent
pending on a swimming cap she
calls a Turbandana___ Maurice
Chevalier Just recorded the
French version of "The Thing."
It's called 'L' Objet."
Closeup and Comedy: If Bawl-
In' Bette Davis goes into TV as
rumored, Mildred Seamster pre-
dicts a 16-gallon video screen.
It was a bartender who said:
Rita Hayworth's marriage has
hit the rocksrubles, diamonds
and emeralds.'
One shouldn't Jump at con-
clusions because the movie star-
let gets plastered every night.
Harry Cimring says she may on-
ly be putting on her nightly fa-
cial.
Frank Fontaine says he over-
heard an actor tell another: "Lis-
ten, don't you try to talk to me
about womenI'm married to
one of them."
Irene Ryan rejoins Bob Hope's
alrshow in the fall.
Richard Jaeckle. the youngster
who thumbed his nose at a movie
career after clicking In Guadal-
canal Diary," is back in grease-
paint and gulping down humble
pie.
The blond, mighty-chested so-
ciety scion told me on the set of
"The Sea Hornet":
"That attitude of mine cost me
a lot of potatoes. I've got a wife
and two kids to support how and
I've got to straighten up. When
they made all the fuss about me,
I was going to high school and
didn't know what a buck was. I
said, 'Who wants to be one of
those boob actors?' Now I'm
wiser."
Short Takes: Joan Crawford
wants to star In another tear-
jerker, "Sudden Tear" after her
last fling at comedy MOM
has re-issued "Romeo and Ju-
liet,"one of the reasons there
will be no film version with Oli-
via de Havllland___Bob Taylor
and Barbara Stanwyck are ex-
changing gifts weeny, but they
insist there will be no reconcilia-
tion.
v Cathedral Films has completed
"Voyage to Rome," the life of St.
Paul, as a series of half hour
films. The Job took two and a
half years.
Sight of the Week: Larry Tier-
ney, sober as a Judge, flying a
box kite at Palm Springs.
Darryl Zanuck is burning over
Time Magazine's crack that he
may soon be washing his own
Cadillac. He's one of the 130 top
Fox executives who's taking a 50
per cent salary cut___Jack Gil-
ford's thumbnail of Miltoi
Berle: "America's Boastmasteij
General."
Harold Lloyd, Jr., Is out of thi
Air Force because of a serious ear
infection Margaret OBrier
will collect 13600 a,week for 10
weeks of summer stock in "Guest
in the House." ... Those Inform-
al action pictures of Clark Ga-
ble riding, roping and branding
at an Arizona ranchare 100-proof
that he's In tip-top shape___Lolal
January Is set for a comeback.l
via TV, as a feminine Arthurl
Godfrey.
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matches in Louisville, July 20-32.
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Heck of a Troop Leader He Turned Out to Be;
NOTES OF A CUB REPORTER
(By WALT WINCHELL. JR.)
When the telephone rang I was repairing a addle at the
breakfast table. Dad was finishing his ham 'n eggs when his
New York office called announcing his two-thirty p. m. appoint-
ment with Oeneral of the Army Douglas MacArthur. Dropping
my saddle I practically yelled at Dad, "I have got to meet that
man!" Pop's reply was equally brief: "Get dreaded.
Racing down to the City, my head was buzring with Mac -
Arthurana. The history of the man that has become so well known
to every American raced through my mind, and I was unable w
believe that I would actually have the privilegei toJtook upon him.
As we entered the MacArthurs' suite at the Waldorf-Astoria
and the Great Warrior came out ol his chair to gWfflywnfH
hand, I was completly overwhelmed bv the bearing, dignity and
aplomb of the General. When he spoke to me I knew how people
felt when they met such men as Washington. Jefferson and Lln-
COlnSeatlng himself in a "favorite chair" ^^nKuS" *
large Ivory pipe, the General began to talk of The War to Korea
Speaking of his troops there, he extolled them as the "nest I
Yerrommanaed. In Tvoice tinged with a real^adnes..he
spoke of the intense suffering and fortitude of the Korean people
.And of the neccesity of neutralizing supply and troop.bawbi
China in order to bring the tragedy of Korea to a successiul closr
It was about this time that Jean MacArthur and their son
came Into the room. I was struck with her graclousnesii and im-
mediate, warm smile. Arthur MacArthur has everything his la-
ther's got in the way of personality.
"How're you holding up under all this, Arthur?" iMiid.
"Pine," was his answer, accompanied with a firm handshake
and a smile that was "all boy."
For one hour and twenty minutes Dad and the General ex-
changed stories and belly laughs. "Filling In" the General about
Broadway. Washington and the rest of his "stamping grounds.
Dad paused long enough for MacArthur to tell one about his re-
cent trip to Murfreesboro, Tenn. >,
"What I did not tell them," said the General, "was that my
lather's regiment was the one to hold the line against the Mur-
Ireesboro contingent during the War Between the States!
When It was time for us to leave, the General placed both his
arms around Dad's shoulders, the way he doe with General
Wainright. and said: "Walter, you do not have to look tato my
eyes to know how I fell."
Walking down the hall after the gopd-byes had been said. I
realized that one of the greatest happenings of my fifteen years
had taken place. I shall never forget It.
Att'y Geni MvGrath: Administration Senator asked
this week for an investigation of the so-called China Lob-
by... Why not an Investigation of all foreign lobbies? .
For some strange reason. Mr. Att'y Geni, your Dep't has
declared the list of registered foreign agents a secret...
That list, if made public, will prove tba tthe foreign na-
tion which spent most In the United States last year-
was Great Britain.....It will also prove that Democrats of
the highest rank, and relatives of high gov't officers-
are on foreign payrolls.
Why was the list suddenly made secret. Mr. Att'y
Gen'l?...What Democrat! did the Red Lobby pay from
tho San Frandsoo Conference on?.. And please don't
call that Red Herring, because I know you know better.
Alter snore than four years of stallingven of He most
vicious Nazi war criminals were eexcuted last week.. .The leaders
and the people of Western Germany are currenly attacking the
United States. These Germans have the gall to protest that the
execution of these Nazis, who were responsible .for .countless
murders, "violates the laws of humanity."
If justice for Nazi killers Is what Germany considers a. viola-
tion of the laws of humanityIt proves they still haven't learned
the meaning of justice or the laws of humanity. It Is tragic to
realize that Hitler's Initial triumph still remains securehis con-
quest of the German mind.. .The grim truth is that Nazism has
more lives than a cator rat.
Happy Ending: In 1944 the Justice Dep't brought Ed-
ward Slttler from Germany to the U. 8. to be a witness
against traitors Robert Best and Douglas Chandler. Sit-
uar Was born in this country bnt renounced his American
citizenship to become a Nazi radio propagandist daring
World War II. When the treason trials ended. Sutler
quietly stayed on in the U. S. Working as a university lec-
turer until this reporter exposed him.. .For two years now
we're been asking howcum Sutler was permitted to re-
main here.
Here's the answer (unless some dimwit upsets It): The
Board of Immigration Appeals Just ordered Slttler to
leave the U. S. within 90 days; otherwise he'll be deported.
"Jonesboro, Tenn.: Dear W. W.: Herewith we are enclosing a
opy of the will of Joseph G. Keebler. deceased. In which he be-
queathed the residue of his estate to the Damon Runyon Cancer
Fund. His will further discloses that he was influenced In making
his will by your broadcast. The residue of his estate will exceed
$20.000...While this letter is not written for the purpose of pro-
voking publicity or personal mention over the radio, you will
doubtless exercise your discretion in the wav you deem best. The
writer could well understand that the testator would apprecalte
some mention. Att'y Robert M. May."
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er In the last six years and
having been overcome simultan-
eously by a desire to fight an ele-
phant bare-handed I am
throwing myself on your mercy
and grabbing a four-week leave
from the deathless prose. This
will start around the first of July
and end around the first of Au-
gust If a lion don't eat me.
I am not having any guest col-
umnist write for me for a sim-
ple reason: If the guy is better
than I am, I will look like a bum
and If he la worse. I will still look
like a bum for letting him take
over the space. I picked a few
brains around the circuit and one
of the large brains who lives in
Miami suggested that it might
not be a bad Idea if I offered a
choice of some of the earlier
tuff which bad sufficient time-
less Impact to comment on if
funny or foolish or whatever.
This is practical in many cases
since I was writing for a good pe-
riod of time before actual syndi-
cation began. And, since syndica-
tion to Its peak point Is a rather
gradual process, it Is possible
that a few priceless gems of bad
fgrammar escaped the current
1st Anyhow, I dug up forty piec-
es that I feel Idnda fond of and I
am hooting them along on the
off chance that some of you
might find one or two or ten or
twenty In the flock that you
might like to run during the hot
weather.
If this sounds anywhere near
presumptuous. It la because my
courage Is high It has to be
for I have a date In Tanganyika
with a lame toothless lion with
no dependents and an awful big
gun Is currently resting under
my pillow every night. Small boys
will be small boys and I hope that
all the swell boys that I work for
have just as much fun on their
vacations as I hope to have on
mine and at considerably leu
expense.
Sincerely,
Bob Ruark
By Victor Riesel
On the sultry night of May 10.
I960, three of the world's best In-
formed labor leaders, whose
sources frequently are President
Truman himself and White House
personnel, were sitting with a
newsman In a Philadelphia Ice
cream parlor a few doors up from
the Rltz-Carlton Hotel. One la-
bor chief said tersely and blunt-
ly, that he believed we'd be at
war shortly. Forty-five days later
the Oriental version of the blitz
began.
A few hours ago, this same
labor leader, now high on the
government war boards, reveal-
ed to this writer that Informed
Washington experts, whose Job
it is to get manpower for the
armed forces and still keep our
war factories spinning out
planes and weapons, fear the
Russians will again attempt to
drive us out of Berlin. When?
It may come any day. Why?
Because that would force us
into creating a new airlift at a
time when all available fighter
and transport planes are com-
mitted to Korea.
Such an alrllft would take tens
of thousands of men and pilots.
And also planes, not yet off the
assembly lines. Where would they
come from especially the men?
At the same time, word came
that Defense Secretary Marshall
would return from the Far East
and direct his assistant, Anna
Rosenberg, to get 500,000 new sol-
diers into the armed services
swiftly. For. within little more
than two weeks, this nation will
have 3.500,000 men ready to fight
and that's just not enough.
The Defense Dept. has suffi-
cient power to get another half
million men in. But more than
that are needed and the experts
believe that Marshall's statement,
that finding enough men for the
armed forces Is now "a very se-
rious matter," Is the "kick-off for
authorization to go beyond the
four million limit, perhaps to five
million by the year's end."
And simultaneously, word
comes from War Moblllzer Chas.
Wilson's people and labor leaders
working for the government,
that more men, especially skill-
ed men, will be needed by Sept. 1.
At that moment, they tell me,
"The impact... of tremendous
force and magnitude.. .of the
forty or fifty billion dollars worth
of war orders will hit us.. .which
means Ir. less than 75 days we'll
need great numbers of new work-
ers because, obviously, we're not
planning to shift manpower from
peacetime goods, like automo-
biles into the airplane, anti-air-
craft and tank factories. Nobody
knows Just what will happen
when the orders pile up on top
and the Army pulls men out from
the bottom for vitally needed
troops In strategic posto, like
Berlin."
Somebody will have to get
tough and Charles Wilson
apparently is the man doing
Just that. Recently, he warned
a group of Chioago business
men that no civilian plant
would, for long, be permitted to
use "killed men who should be
derating their time and talents
to the defene program." Odd-
ly enough, on this policy Wil-
son and hU severest critics, the
labor leaders, see eye to eye.
Our war production policies.
which hive had the backbone of
a loaf of wet white bread, are be-
lhg reformed along hard direc-
tional lines aimed at having
enough men for both Gen. Mar-
shall and Moblllzer Wilson.
In his message to the midwest-
em businessmen. Wilson pointed
out that when it became neces-
sary to clothe thousands of pilots
In warm equipment which would
not Ice up, and the only available
supply was In wolf's fur, the gov-
ernment simply obtained a syn-
thetic material which Is warmer,
more lustrous, softer and more
wearable and cheaper. Out
went the wolf.
However, he explained, there is
no substitute for skilled manpow-
er. We need machine tools to
make the new planes for the Gla
to throw against an enemy long
prepared with ultra modem
equipment. Now, In eight months,
from June 25. 1050. to last Feb-
ruary, the country's 300 tool
plants (that's all there are) man-
aged to scrape up only 25.000 new
skilled men and thousand on
thousands more are needed Im-
mediately.
And where do we find them
working. Wilson asks?
"I have run across Instances
of a whole class of men graduat-
ing from electronics schools, go-
ing into the civilian TV business,
making and servicing home sets.
And this at a time wrrn our de-
fense Industries are badly in need
of their services."
He pointed out that, "Cer-
tain aircraft companies are al-
ready behind with their tooling
schedules for urgently needed
new models." They can't entice
tool and die makers, designers,
builder* and aircraft and elec-
tronics engineers. They're busy
designing; new models for TV
and dishwashing mae h I n e
companies. Wilson charged.
"For the period of our extreme
emergency this practice must be
reversed." he warned. "Let's scrap
the Idea of new seasonal designs
in autos. TV sets, dishwashing
machines, vacuum cleaners or
any other product whose 1050 de-
sign Is plenty good enough.
^daily WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
.By DREW HAKSON________
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
WAR OR PEACE?
WASHrNGTON. It may be that Secretary
of Defense George Marshall's sudden, unan-
nounced flight to Tokyo and Korea has no po-
litical significance at all. This Is the official
line, and no official will budge from it. But In
connection with Secretary Marshall's trip, It is
at least interesting that secret diplomatic nego-
tiations looking to an end to the Korea war
have certainly been seriously considered, and
may already have been Initiated.
A little more than three weeks ago, this re-
porter described "a sort of smell In the air in
official Washington;' Which lor the first time
suggested that a trued'in Korea was a serious
possibility. The air has now cleared sufficient-
ly so that It Is possible to define more precise-
ly the sources from which this odor emanated.
One source was the very faint Indications from
the direction of the Kremlin that a reasonable
settlement of the Korean war might be patched
up. These Indications were never strong enough
to be described as "peace feelers."
But the first signs of a switch in the Kremlin's
policy are never much more obvious than a
twitch of the eyebrows or a clearing of the
throat. And because these sign were followed
by a sudden Inspired Communist campaign for
a Korean truce, especially In the New York
"Daily Worker." they were taken entirely seri-
ously by those best qualified to judge.
A more important source of the "smell in the
air" three weeks ago. however, was the simple
fact that about that time the United 8tates
government finally made up its vast collective
mind on Just what It wants In Korea. The Na-
tional Security Council recommended, and the
President approved, a policy paper calling for a
cease fire no further south than the thirty-
eighth parallel, followed by a staged withdrawal
of all foreign troops under the surveillance of
the United Nations.
The United States would refuse to discuss ei-
ther the disposition of Formosa or the admission
of Communist China Into the United Nations as
a prelude to such a cease fire.
This Is what the American government wants
simply because it Is pretty unanimously agreed
In the Pentagon and the State Department that
this Is the best the American government can
get. bar a general war. This Is also, of course,
what the British government has wanted all
along. The question remains how both govern-
ments are to get what la wanted.
This vital question has been the subject of
prolonged conversations between Secretary of
State Dean Acheson and British Ambassador Sir
Oliver Franks: more recently between General
Omar Bradlev and the British military chiefs
In London; and between American and allied of-
ficials at various levels. Acheson's statements
on Capitol Hill, outlining the terms which this
government would be prepared to accept, were
of course carefully prepared In advance, and
constituted In themselves an obvious "peace feel-
er."
But what happens next? The situation Is ter-
ribly complicated by the fact that the Soviets,
whose Intentions will determine the outcome,
are not officially engaged in the Korean war. It
Is further complicated by the ancient Soviet ten-
dency to Interpret any overtures whatsoever as
a sign of weakness.
As far aa can be determined, no final deci-
sion on how to deal with this situation has been
made. But what seems likely is an overt, of-
ficial approach through the United Nations to
the Chinese and North Koreans, probably cou-
pled with some sort of secret, diplomatic ap-
proach to the Kremlin. A truce offer to the
Chinese and North Koreans could come either
in a report to the United Nations by President
Truman, or in a declaration by the sixteen na-
tions With forces in Korea.
The precedent for the direct, secret approach
to the Soviets is found in the Infinitely delicate,
infinitely dangerous negotiations conducted by
Dr. Philip Jessupi which led up to the end of
the Berlin blockade (a great service for which
Jessup was rewarded by being called a Commu-
nist by the Congressional Neanderthal men).
Something of the sort may already. Indeed, have
been initiated. If so, it it quite properly wholly
And whether it has started or not. It must be
said with all possible emphasis that those who
know, place the chances of a peaceful negotiat-
ed settlement of the Korean war at no better
than even. -
The chance of peace is placed this high only
because the Soviets must know that the United
Nations forces cannot now be defeated in Korea,
without direct Soviet participation, which would
lead to world war. They must also know that
If there is not a settlement quite soon, this
country, to quote General Bradley, will under-
take "other measures" to end the' war, rather
than accept an endless bloody stalemate. These
"other measures" will confront the Soviets with
the choice between abandoning their most Im-
portant ally, or accepting the extreme probabil-
ity of world war. 4
Thus the final choice, as It has from the
beginning, rests with the Soviet sponsors of ag-
gression. And thus the world. In the early sum-
mer of 1051, quivers on the knife edge between
war and peace.
(Copyright, 1M1, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
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Drew pearson says: Louis Johnson bears no grudges again!
Administration; Missouri friendship may appoint new
ICC Commissioner; Congressman Boykin holds paper-
lobby luncheon under the Capitol dome.
WASHINGTON.Big, balding Louey Johnson has taken
demise as Secretary of Defense with far better grace than n
men who are bounced from the Cabinet. Another who served
that post cracked up. Others have sulked or turned against
President. .
Johnson, however, has not. In fact, he recently had a frlenfj
ly talk with the man who fired him, Harry S. Trumanpartly a*
a result of a radio broadcast.
For a time, the Republicans were confident they had Loin)/
Johnson In thelr-corner. They were especially Jubilant when the
MacArthur hearings started, for they counted on Johnson as
a star witness against the Administration. Supposedly It was all
set for him to testify regarding his talks with MacArthur in
Tokyo.
But when word to this effect was forecast on the air by
tnls newscaster, Brig. Gen. Louis Renfrow who heard the broad-
cast and who was Johnson's assistant in the Defense Dep
ir.ent, telephoned him.
"I Just heard what Drew Pearson said, Louey," urged
fiow, "and I don't want you to do anything until we can
t over."
Next day they had lunch together.
"I've been your good friend and stuck by you," Renfrow said,
"out we'll have to say good-bye if you start hitting the Admin-
istration on this MacArthur issue. You stay out of it. You never
had a real quarrel with Dean Acheson. It was only with some
of his subordinates."
Johnson agreed.
"Will you phone Drew and tell him that?" Renfrow asked.
Johnson agreed to call and did so.
Renfrow then went to the President, told him of the con-
versation and the President Immediately phoned Johnson to
thank him. They had a pleasant talk, the first since Louey left
the Cabinet. .
MISSOURI FRIENDSHIPS DONT FADE
Eastern Senators are up In arms over_the proposed appoint-
ment of a new Interstate Commerce Commissioner from Missouri
Since the ICC has the Important power of regulating the nst
lion's railroads, a group of Senators have Introduced a resolution
requiring ICC commissioners to be appointed regionally. This la
aimed to prevent the Missouri appointment and to secure the
appointment of Robert R. Hendon of Maryland, not Missouri.
The Missourlan whom President Truman proposes to appoint
Is Ray Karst, ex-Congressman from 8t. Louis.
What the protesting Senators don't know Is the Inside rea-
son why he has Truman's support. Karst's mother happens to be
one of the first political leaders In St. Louis to come out for
Truman In 1934 when he was elected to the Senate. Some years
later, when Karst was In Congress, he brought his 76-year-old
mother In to see the President.
"If It hadn't been for you and a few other loyal supporters
in St. Louis," Truman told Mrs. Karst, "I wouldn't be where I am
ioday."
And he gave the Congressman's children, Mary Jane 9, and
Ronnie, 7, each a shiny new ball-point pencil with the admoni-
tion: "Don't let any FBI men see you with the pencils. They
might put you In Jail." The saucer-eyed youngsters quickly hid
tne pencils. They were Inscribed: "I swiped this from Harry
8. Truman."
Last year, Congressman Karst was defeated for re-election.
And the other day, hearing that someone else was to be appoint-
ed to the Interstate Commerce Commission, he dropped round to
the White House, told the President that he was out of a Job,
and got a Job which mane his eyes shine like those of his two
children.
Hendon, the Marylander slated for the Job, had the potent
support of Senator Bob Kerr of Oklahoma; also of Senate Ma-
jority Leader McFarland, who attended the University of Okla-
homa with Hendon. Hendon Is also well-qualified, being a current
member of the Defense Transportation Administration.
With Harry Truman, however,. pld vfajendshlps do .1*0* lie.
y dont even fade away. *
LOBBYING UNDER THE DOME
There's plenty of lobbying going on in the cocktail lounges
and hotels of Washington. However, If Isn't often that the lob-
byists are able to Influence Congressmen right under the Capitol
dome In the private dining room of ex-Speaker Joe Martin of
Massachusetts.
Yet that was the amazing feat pulled off recently by popular
Congressman Frank Boykin of Mobile, Ala.
Boykin is an amazing, storybook character whose motto is
"Everything is made for love," and who carries the love motif
so far that he holds learned discussions oh the love life of ani-
mals. In fact, that was the excuse for his recent lobbying lunch-
eon. Members of the Fisheries and Wildlife Committee were in
vlted by Boykin to attend a lunch which Boykin said was to re-
fute Congressman Howard Smith of Virginia who had made
a derogatory speech about the "Love life of the raccoon." >..
In defense of the raccoon and In order to show that cod
meat was good to eat, Boykin Invited members of the FisherisjT
and Willife Committee to lunchat first In the private dining
room of Speaker Sam Rayburn, Democrat. At the last minute,
however, It waf switched to the private dining room of Joe Mar-
tin, Republican.
There, members of the Fisheries and Wildlife Committee met
eight gentlemen who were not Congressmen at all, but repre-
sentatives of the paper IndustrySt. Regis, Kraft, Union Bag
and other companies. After lunch the paper executives took out
some charts and started to lobby against CMR or "controlled
materials regulation" of the Office of Price Stabilization.
Some of the Congressmen present were flabbergasted at thi
attempt to influence their vote at a luncheon In the dining room
of the ex-Speaker of the House of Representatives. They would
have been even more flabbergasted, however, had they known
that their genial colleague from Alabama and his four children
have a large chunk of stock In the Mobile Paper Company and
that they had acquired this stock after Boykln's office had been
used to get a $750,000 loan from the RFC.
Discovery of the unusual loan transaction by new RFC Di-
rector St I art Symington caused him to demand the resignation
of Congressman Boykln's cousin, Frank Prince, the RFC official
who handled the Mobile Paper Company loan.
They
(Copyright 19S1. Post-Baa
Syndicate, Inc.)
Intelligence Grads
By Peter Edson
WASHTNGTON (NEA)A new career In for-
eign Intelligence work is now being opened to a
select group of honor graduates from U. S. col-
lege* and universities. r
U. S. Central Intelligence Agency on July 9
will begin a specialized training course for Its
first class of about 100 of these "selectees." All
the students have been band-picked from the
top 10 per cent of this June's crop of graduates.
CIA now plans to run three courses a year to
train new personnel for Its organization.
About 60 per cent of each class will have A.B.
or BS. degrees. The other 40 per cent will have
MA. or Ph.D. degrees. Eighty per cent will be
men. 2Q per cent women. Starting pav will run
as high as S4600 a year for qualified Ph.D.'s.
It will be nice work If you can get It. But
getting It will be extremely difficult and keep-
ing it will be downright tough.
The course will start with a concentrated six
to eight weeks in Russian language. New teach-
ing methods, employing Upe recordings in spok-
en Russian, followed by the student through
earphones, will be used. The Idea Is to cram
the course through as fast as It can be absorb-
ed. Being able to read Russian newspapers like
Pravda or Izvestia Is now a first requirement for
intelligence work.
After this will come other concentrated courses
in rapid reading, report writing, and mastery
of the tools of the Intelligence trade. Basic
training will be concluded with six to eight
weeks of Instruction In research methods.
Candidates will be under rigorous scrutinr
during this basic training. Immediate objective
of the course is to fit them for Jobs to CIA.
But the long-range objective is to make foreign
intelligence work a career, with a definite fu-
ture and ample security for retirement after ex-
tended service. .: .
Back of this idea la a story. When Lt.-Gen.
Walter B. Smith, now director of CIA, came
home from France after World War I, he
thought he might like to get Into Intelligence
work. It was then primarily the business of
military attaches. He went to the head of G-2.
the Army Intelligence Service, and asked for
assignment. He was asked only one question:
"How much private income do you have?"
Oeneral Smith, who was then Second Lieute-
nant Smith, had to answer that he had only his
Army pay. S141 a month. He didn't get the Job.
For the concent of an Intelligence officer in
those days was of a man who could afford to
live high as an attache abroad, and pick up
gossip in upper-crust society.
So the young lieutenant who couldn't get a
lob In G-2 in 1920 ends up 30 years later aa
the head of America's top intelligence agency,
getting the Job the hard way. Since taking over
his duties last August, one of General Smiths
principal Interests has been to raise Intelligence
work to the level of a career service. HU rea-
son is slmplv that he wants to attract to CIA
the best brains available.
General Smith has called In as his director
of training Col. Matthew Baird. wartime CO. of
the 13th Air Force Service command. Colonel
Baird Is a graduate of Princeton and Oxford,
former headmaster of a boys' school and owner
of an Arizona cow ranch.
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CINCO CENTESIMOS -i
Sobre Marina Mercante
se estudia un decreto-ley
El Mililitro de Relacione* Ex-
teriora manifest ata maana
a un redactor de "El Panam-
Amrica" que la Cancillera esta
abajando en las medidas que
y que. dictar en relacin con
el contrabando de armas de que
estn acusados barcos, con ban-
dera panamea que navegan en
los mares de China.
Este problema esta siendo es-
tudiado con sumo cuidado, ma-
nifest el Ministro Molino, pues
se trata en este caso de un
asunto de suma Importancia en
el cual tomarn accin el Mi-
nisterio a mi cargo y el de Ha-
cienda v Tesoro pues- las medi-
das que se adopten son de com-
petencia de los dos Ministerios.
Se espera que todos los pro-
blemas relativos a las sanciones
oue deben de adoptarse, al com-
probarse las violaciones de las
disposiciones martimas pana-
menas, sean consideradas ppr
el Decreto de Gabinete que esta
en preparacin. '
El Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores, Licenciado Ignacio
Molino, se ha dirigido a su co-
lega en la Cartera de Hacienda,
Don Vctor Navas, notificndole
de una comunicacin enviada
por el Encargado de Negocios
de Panam en Washington don-
de se informa al Gobierno Pa-
nameo sobre los cargos hechos
a los barcos con matrcula pa-
namea que navegan en los ma-
res de China. El Ministro Nava*
Inform que le esta prestando
a este delicado problema toda
la atencin que merece.
Colombia est dispuesta a
entregar a Haya de la Torre
pero no al Gobierno Peruano
Pasaron de $66.000.000
las entradas del Canal
Por valor de B/.500.000
vot crditos el Gabinete
WASHINGTON. Junio 15 (UP)
-r- El Embajador de Colom'o.a,
Cipriano Restrepo Jaramillo, Jl
* la publicidad una declaracin
en que expresa que su Gobleao
asta dispuesto a da cumplimien-
to al fallo d la Corte Interna-
cional de Justicia de La Har
en el caso de Victor Ral Haya
de la Torre tn forma que t.o
Unpllque la entrega del dirigen-
te Aprieta a las autoridades pe-
manas.
La declaracin del Embajada
dice textualmente:
La sentencia de la Corte In-
ternacional de Justicia de La
Hay pone fin a sta etapa del
litigio, ya que. las gestiones ante
ese alto tribunal han quedauo
agotadas.
"Colombia se encuentra dis-
puesta a dar cumplimiento a la
sentencia y poner fin al asilo,
para lo cual deber obrar en u-
ni forma que resulte conforme
con loe trminos de dicha sen-
tencia y que no podr implicar
la entrega del asilado a las au-
toridades peruana".
Enorme cantidad
de moscas hay en
Miraflores ahora
Caracteres alarmantes ha al-
canzado la Invasin de moscas
en la urbanizacin de Miraflo-
res a tal extremo que los ve-
cinos s Han dirigido a las au-
toridades sanitarias.
Los quejosos han Informado
que desde hace varias sema-
nas gran cantidad de moscas
ha Invadido esta barriada y
aunque no se sabe cul es el
foco de procedencia de dichos
insectos, se cree que debe cons-
tituirlo un lugar pantanoso cer-
cano a la barriada una f-
brica de abonos instalada hace
poco por all.
I De todas maneras los resi-
dentes de la Urbanizacin de
Miraflores se han dirigido a las
autoridades sanitarias, ya que
es Insoportable vivir en esas
circunstancias y debido a la pe-
ligrosidad que entraan estos
Insectos son portadores dt to-
da clase de enfermedades.
Sin embargo fueron reportadas
prdidas en el ao 1950 por
valor de B: J3.194.224.00
WASHINGTON, Junio 15 (UP) Lai entradas com-
binadas de las operaciones del Gobierno de la Zona del
Canal durante el ao fiscal de 1950 fueron de 66,248,807
dolores, mientras que les gastos combinados ascendieron
a 63,418,622 durante el mismo periodo.
En nn informe prestado por
La Arquidicesis da voz de
alerta contra un supuesto
"Patriarca de Venezuela"
Solicita al Ministro de Gobierno que
proteja le ciudidena de ate sujeto
de apoderarse de las capillas da
las afueras.
Repudia convencin
del 24 Directorio
Provincial del PRA
En sesin celebrada ayer el
Directorio Provincial de Pana-
m del Partido Revolucionarlo
Autntico, resolvi repudiar la
Convencin que se ha anuncia-
do para el 24 de los corrientes,
por considerar la Ilegal y que
no consulta el querer de la ma-
yora .de ese partido.
En la misma sesin se resol-
vi recomendar a los miembros
del Partido Revolucionario Au-
tntico, no asistan a la men-
cionada convencin.
Las < autoridades eclaattaasesa
han enviado una circular a to-
dos los sacerdotes de la Rep-
blica, advtrtindele8 que deben
cuidarse e Informar sobre lac
ctuaclones de "un sujeto q*
dice llamarse "Patriarca de Ve-
Inezuela' y responde al nombre
| de Luis Castillo Mndez".
Segn Informes suministrados
le "patriarca de Venezuela", fu
I expulsado de su pas por tratar
| de levantar un cisma en la I-
{' lesla; ms tarde en Guatemala
amblen se le oblig a salir p'>r
lias mismas causas y ahora se
lancuentra en Panam, causan-
to dolores de cabeza a la curia
Tambin fuimos Informales
3je el Padre Clavel, encargaaO
la Arquidicesis de Panan.
na oficiado al Ministro de c-
bitrno y Justicia solicitndole
proteccin contra este Individuo
Ique ya ha comenzado a trater
gociaciones que se estn lle-
vando a cabo en San Francisco.
La Unin Nacional Martima,
cuyos 50,000 miembros son los
que establecen la escala de
salarlos de la Industria, Insis-
ten en sus demandas de la
semana de 40 horas con paga
por 44 horas, aumento de un
25 por ciento en los salarios,
vacaciones remuneradas y la
eliminacin de diferencias entre
el contrato de la Unin Nacio-
nal Martima y los de otras
uniones.
Por su parte, los armadores
han ofrecido aumentos de un
(Pasa a ka patina a columna )
| A media noche irn a huelga
80.000 marinos, operadores e
ingenieros en los EE. UU.

NUEVA YORK, junio 15. (UP) gar a un acuerdo en las ne-
Ochenta mil marinos, inge-
sros y radio-operadores ame-
lazaron con Irse a la huelga a
inedia noche a menos que con-
sigan aumentos de salarios y
menos horas de trabajo.
I Los mediadores federales fuev-
Iron llamados a las diez de la
Inafiana para una conferencia
Isntre los armadores y porta-
l'oces de la Unin Nacional
Martima y Asociacin Benfica
|ie Ingenieros Martimos, ambas
afiliadas al CIO, en un supremo
suerzo por evitar la huelga
lo largo de la costa orln-
1 de Estados Unidos.
En la costa occidental, la Ase-
rcin Americana de Radio ac-
16 a prorrogar su decisin de
Tsa a la huelga durante otras
r horas a fin de tratar de He-
_--------------------------
te ofrece una beca
entrenamiento
ncario en EE. UU.
Banco Internacional de Re-
Struccin y Desarrollo, con
B en Washington, D.C.. ore-
['para el prximo ano de
ero a diciembre de 1052 una
eca para entrenamiento he-
irlo. Todo aspirante debe te-
ar titulo universitario relaclo-
l'i ado con el funcionamiento
1 anearlo.
El Banco pagar los gastos
t Ida y regreso, asi como un
Jarlo anual de B. 3,000.00 pa-
el agraciado.
Toda Informacin puede ad-
ilrirse en la Secretaria del Mi-
sterio de Educacin.
Srn confirmar la
detencin de 19
ingleses en Irn
TEHERAN. Junio 15 (UPILos
crculos Britnicos y norteameri-
canos estn dedicados a la, deli-
cada tarea de calmar las insis-
tentes demandas de Irn para
nara que se les entregue inmedia-
tamente todas las instalaciones
petroleras, pero asimismo se ha
aceptado que cualquier demora
en resolver la crisis puede condu-
cir a olas de violencias en esta
estratgica nacin.
La conferencia entre Jackson y
Orady tuvo lugar despus de las
(rta.i la- Hk. tt sel. 2)
No deslHuirn a
eficientes en el
Seguro Social
"Cualquier comentario sobre
destituciones en masa de em-
pleaos de la Caja del Seguro So-
cial, son simplemente expresio-
nes callejeras sin ningn funda-
mento" declar esta maana a
"El Panam Amrica', el Geren-
te de esa Institucin, Licencia-
do Manuel Soils Palma.
El Gerente Sola* Palma mani-
fest que la reorganizacin de
la Caja del Seguro Social es
est haciendo por Departamen-
tos, pero se respetarn a los
tcnicos y empleados eficientes
Al dar a la prensa estas de-
claraciones el Licenciado Ma-
nuel Solis Palma dijo 'que de
ninguna manera quiere que pre-
valezca un clima de zozobra e
Inquietud en la institucin,
pues tal cosa es perjudicial pa-
ra las labores de la Caja de!
Seguro, Institucin que est li-
mada a prestar a los asegurados
eficientes y rpido servicio.
el Gobernador de la Zona del
Canal, Prrj-els K. Newcomer, y
el cual fv sometido a la Cama-2
ra de Representantes por el
Presidente Truman, se dice que
la ganancia nominal de 2,890.-
185 dlares fu convertida en
un dficit de 13,194,224 dlares
pues de sta ganancia tiene qje
ser restada un tres por ciento
sobre el capital fijo.
Newcomer Inform que el J6-
flclt de 1050 fu menor en uhos
dos millones de dlares oue <1
de 1040, pero que est conforme,
tn general, a los patrones de los
aos anteriores.
El Gobernador dijo que las
entradas totales del Canal 1e
Panam durante el arlo fiscal
e 1050 ascendieron a 32,752,163
dlares, de los cuales 24,511,713
dlares fueron producto del p*:a-
]e de barcos. Los gastos totait-s
del Canal ascendieron a 30,490,-
843 dlares, de los cuales ms fie
14,000,000 representan los gas-
tos de operacin y mantenlmlen
to. La ganancia neta del Canal,
sin descontar porcentaje sobre
capital fijo fu de 2,252,620 do-
lares.
El ao fiscal de 1060 fu "un
ano de operacin exitosa paru
el Canal de Panam". Newco-
mer dijo que el tonelaje que
transit el Canal estableci un
nuevo "record". El total de 28,-
C13.236 toneladas de barcos rom
pi el de 1950 cuando 17,713,000
fueron registradas.
Educacin repartir entre
Comedores Escolares 12.000
Raciones de leche en Julio
Ha sido designada la comisin que se
encargar de hacer esta distribucin
El Ministro de Educacin nos
ha hacho las siguiente* decla-
rac lenes
El Ministro'de Educacin ha
ofrecido su ms amplia coope-
racin a la Srlta. Alice Sheaf -
far, Jefe de la Oficina Regional
de UNICEFpara Centro Amrica
y el Caribe, a fin de que el
organismo que ella represent*
pueda hacer llegar tu ayuda a
los nios de Panam, consis-
tente en quince mil raciones de
leche descremada en polvo y
otras tantas raciones de mar-
garina".
"Con el fin de que la do-
nacin que nos ofrece la UNI-
CEF sea aprovechada en la for-
ma ms completa, el Ministro
de Educacln ha designado a
la profesora Libertarla O. de
Cohn, para que en su calidad
de Jefe, del Programa de Ali-
mentacin plantee la distribu-
cin de las doce mil raciones de
leche y margarina que han de
llegar a las diferentes escuelas
de la Repblica y para que re-
ciba de loe directores por Inter-
medio de los inspectores corres-
pondientes, los informes relati-
vos a los envos y todos los da-
tos que se refieran al funcio-
namiento de los comedores y sus
efectos Inmediatos en la for-
macin integral de los alumnos.
Estos datos sern enviados pe-
ridicamente la UNICEF por
intermedio de la seorita Shaf-
fer, a fin deque pueda apre-
ciarse l valor de su ayuda y
la Importancia del programa de
mejoramiento de la nutricin
que nos hemos impuesto".
*B profesor Victorino Torres
ha sido comisionado por el Mi-
nisterio de Educacin para que
en su carcter de Almacenista
Distribuidor reciba y distribu-
ya en la mejor forma posible
los productos destinados a las
escuelas, y para que presente un
informe detallado al Ministe-
rio".
"El Ministerio de Educacin
est seguro de contar con la
valiosa colaboracin de todos
los Inspectores, directores y
maestros en esta nueva labor.
Ella permitir aprovechar en
forma total la ayuda que la
UNICEF desea prestar, en gesto
noble de" cooperacin Interna-
cional y de gran sentido social".
Secretara-Educacin
Panam, Junio 15 de 1951.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22.900
En 30,000 galones
est sobregirada
partida para gas
El Ministro de Obras Pbli-
cas, Ingeniero Norberto Navarro
manifest que un estricto plan
de economas en el rengln del
combustible; entrar inmediata-
mente en vigor en el Ministerio
a tu cargo.
El Ministro dijo que al encar-
garse de la cartera de Obras
Pblicas la cuota mensual de
gasolina estaba sobregirada en
ms de treinta mil galones, esto
oblig a tomar medidas enrgi-
cas para economizar combus-
tible. El plan puesto en prctica
por Obras Pblicas se desarro-
llar de acuerdo con la Contra-
loria Oenerl de la Repblica y
se espera que dentro de los pr-
ximos tres meses quede norma-
lizada la situacin con respecto
al combustible.
Sobre este particular el Minis-
tro Norberto Navarro dijo que
se ejercer un estricto control en
las bombas de gasolina que
mantiene el Gobierno Nacional
con el objeto de evitar posibles
abusos.
En sesin extraordinaria de
Gabinete celebrada esta maa-
na, el Gobierno Nacional expi-
di un crdito extraordinario de
B. 300,000.00, correspondiente a
la cuota de Panam para la
construccin de la Carretera In-
teramerlcana.
Dicho crdito ser considera-
do el lunes por la Comisin Le-
gislativa Permanente. Ese mis-
mo da llegarn procedentes de
los Estados Unidos dignatarios
de la Public Road Administra-
tion, para terminar las negocia-
ciones sobre esta Importante
obra.
Dicha partida habla sido In-
cluida en un proyecto de Ley
presentado por el Ministro de
Hacienda y Tesoro, don Victor
Erupciones de un
volcn arrasan
Isla de Africa
LISBOA, Junio 18. (UP).
Una columna de humo de 30,000
pies de altura salla del volcn
de la Isla Togo, y los aterrori-
zados nativos vieron cmo un
rio de lava hirviendo les cort
el escape por tierra.
El Gobernador de las Islas
Cabo Verde, en la costa oc-
cidental de Africa cablegrafi
al Departamento Colonial que
en el rea de Mostelros la si-
tuacin era confusa debido a
que la lava haba cortado todas
las comunicaciones terrestres.
Las erupciones del volcn es-
taban acompaadas por terre-
motos. Los nativos se llenaron
de pnico despus que sus ca-
sas y siembras fueron arrasa-
das por la lava.
Dos barcos se encuentran en
la costa de Mostelros listos a
evacuar a los nativos si se ha-
ce necesario.
El Oobernador dijo que Co-
vada Flguelra, en donde un ro
de lava bajaba por las laderas
de los montes hacia la villa,
habla sido aislada pero que los
habitantes fueron evacuados.
Varios aviones que estuvieron
volando sobre la Isla Togo ayer
Informaron que dos nuevos cr-
teres al Sureste del viejo cr-
ter estaban lanzando llamas a
300 pies de altura y que el hu-
mo se alzaba a una altura de
30,000 pies.
Navas a la Asamblea Nacional
reunida en sesiones extraordi-
narias, pero a la Cmara no le
fue posible en razn del tiem-
po, expedirle la aprobacin a
tan Importante asunto.
Como saben nuestros lectores,
la Carretera Interamericana co-
menzar prximamente, y en
ella se Invertirn B.900.000.00, de
los cuales B.300.000.00 pondr
Panam y el resto el Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos.
Tambin fu aprobado n el
Consejo, un crdito de B.200.000
Sue corresponden a la cuota
e Panam, segn loa conve-
nios aprobados en relacin con
el Punto Cuatro del Plan Tru-
man.
Texto del Comunicado Oficial
que define posicin del Gbno.
del Per en el caso de Haya
Publicamos a continuacin el
texto del comunicado oficial ex-
pedido anoche por el Gobierno
del Per en relacin con la
controversia que existe entre di-
cho Gobierno y el de Colombia
por razn del asilo que tte le
extendi al lder aprista pe-
ruano, seor Victor Ral Ha-
ya de la Torre.
La copla del comunicado re-
ferido nos fue suministrada por
SE. don Emilio Ortlz de Zeva-
llos, Embajador del Per ante
nuestro Gobierno:
De conformidad con el pro-
psito del Gobierno de comu-
nicar a la ciudadana lo rela-
cionado con el proceso sobre
asilo seguido con Colombia an-
te la Corte Internacional de
Justicia, se expone lo slgulen-
te: ...
lo.El Gobierno, en todo mo-
mento,, ha considerado cumplir
con el deber de sostener la, so-
berana nacional y la corres-
pondiente accin de loe tribu-
Una pareja
menor de
inyectaba herona a
un ao para que no
Pospuesta para el
lunes recepcin a
Marian Anderson
El actual Encargado de Nego-
cios de la Embajada de los Es-
tados Unidos de Amrica, Mr.
Murray M. Wise, y su seora
esposa, con la cooperacin de
la Oficina de Informaciones y
de la seora de Mr. Joseph J.
Dempsey, ofrecern el lunes una
recepcin, en la residencia del
Embajador, en la Cresta el pr-
ximo lunes 18 a las cuatro de
la tarde en honor de la cantan-
te norteamericana Marlam An-
derson.
Las Invitaciones para este
acto que habla sido planeado*
originalmente para el domin-
go, han sido ya distribuidas, por
lo que se notifica este cambio
a los invitados. El acto fu pos-
puesto porque Miss Anderson no
arribar al pas sino el lunes,
un da antes de la Inaugura-
cin de su temporada en Pa-
Panam, Junio 15 de 1981. nam, que se iniciar el martes.
Ms revelaciones
se hacen en este
sensacional asunto
NUEVA YORK, Junio 18 (UP)
__ En la Investigacin sobre el
trfico. Ilcito de narcticos de-
clar una joven taxofonUU
quien dijo haberse dedicado a
la prostitucin para conseguir
dinero con qu comprar narc-
ticos. Los Investigadores se sin-
tieron asqueados cuando la Jo-
ven declar que habla padiss
de familia que le daban narc-
ticos a sus hijos.
La joven, quien recibi educa-
cin universitaria y sirvi dos
veces en el Cuerpo de Mujeres
del Ejrcito, declar por medio
de grabaciones durante el tei-
cer da de la investigacin del
Estado.
"To conozco a una pareja que
td narcticos a su pequeo
be", dijo la joven
"Qu edad tiene el beb", le
preguntaron.
'Menos de un ano de edad'
"Quiere usted decir que el be-
b los molesta cuando llora?"
"81. T cuando el beb llora,
le aplican una dosis de heroica
para que se calle".
tPaaa a la pgina colasen* I)
"Pido al Concejo y al Alcalde
que me investiquen". Vega M.
- El Lie. ngel Vega Mndez, nos ha enviado para su publica-
cin las siguientes deca racin es:
"El sendo Comit Pro-Autonoma Municipal queriendo echar
lodo sobre mi administracin Mualeipal acaba de publicar en La
Estrella de Panam de esta fecha, en comunicado por medio del
cual anuncia en llamado manifiesto al pas "detallando la for-
ma pecaminosa como la administracin pasado del Lie. ngel
Vega Mndes reparti ms da ciento treinta contratitos, oue su-
man un total de ms de nn cuarto de milln de balboas Sigue
afirmando el famoso Comit Pro-Autonoma Municipal ue "en-
tre los jugse* contrato* existe uno con el seor Armando Rosten
Martines, de nacionalidad cabana, quien dice ser experto de jar-
dinera y otros menesteres, por la suma de B/. 124,5ot.0t en cin-
co aos, comprometindose a machas cosas, ya que son 2* clan-
salas obligantes, casi para hacer de nuestra ciudad, una especie
de Jardn de pas, por su bellesa". Dice adems el Comit de ma-
rras que "para la construccin del parque de Juan Daz hay mas
de zt contratos, per la sama de B/. l8.sea.so y tena largo enu-
merar en este comunicado tales desmanes en contra del tesoro
Municipal". JL .
A tedas estas afirmaciones infames y malvolas slo me pas-
ta replicar de la siguiente manera: , "
PRIMERO: Espero el manifiesto detallado del Comit Pro-
Autonomia Municipal pera explicarle a la ciudadana por que
motivos se firmaren los "eontraUtes Jegesos"; qo obras repre-
sentan y a qu sectores pobres del pueblo panameo benefician.
SEGUNDO: Cuando cay el goMerne del Dr. Arnnlfo Arlas
tenia en mi poder la sema de BY. S.M y me siento satisfecho de
haber bajado cea la frente may alta, con la conciencia tranqui-
la, sin chalet mal habido, sin cuenta corriente a nombre mo o
de familiar alguno, sin carro particular, etc.. etc. Todo el mun-
do en Panam sabe y eenoee que estoy en la ms absoluta po-
brea y que Jams as la Alcalda para acrecentar fortuna de
manera criticable. Todo el mande en Panam sabe y conoce que
(Pata a la Fg. a, c*L > ..
V
un nio
llorara
En manos de la ley
caen 21 jvenes en
la ciudad de N.Y.
NUEVA YORK, Junio IS (UP)
Despus de tres das de in-
vectlgaclones sobre el trfico 1-
lcgal de narcticos la Polica
captur a 31 Jvenes, trafican-
tes de drogas, en una serle de
oatldas.
Loa arrestos culminaron con
una lucha en Park Avenue en-
tre cinco detectives y tres pri-
sioneros, mientras una amena-
zante muchedumbre de unas
cien personas observaba.
Loa detectives se vieron obli-
gados a desenfundar sus revol-
\erea y ordenaron a la muche-
dumbre que se dispersara, antes
de llevarse al trio a punta de
revlver.
Otro escuadrn de detectives
allan un apartamento elegan-
temente amueblado en Cent, al
Para y encontraron gran canti-
dad de narcticos. Durante el
allanamiento, un hombre que
dijo ser funcionarlo de las Na-
ciones Unidas entr en el apar-
tamento pero fu dejado en li-
bertad despus de ser lnteni-
(Pasa a la Pgina S, CoL >
nales peruanos para juzgar fl
toda persona que hubiera side
emplazada en Juicio. Iniciado el
Croceso por la rebelln del Ca->
ao del 3 de octubre de 1048,
el Juez Instructor de Marina,
ejerciendo la correspondiente
Jurisdiccin, abr el Juicio y
orden que comparecieran loa
que debian ser Juzgados. En l-
tima Instancia la sentencia de-
finitiva seria pronunciada, con-
forme a las leyes vigentes, por
la Corte Suprema de la Re-
pblica. La sentencia que se ex-
ildlera, segn las disposiciones
legales en vigor, deba pronun-
ciarse sobre la culpabilidad de
los enjuiciados, no slo res-
pecto del delito mismo de re-
belln, sino tambin de los de-
litos comunes conexos perpe-
trados con motivo de la rebe-
lln.
2o.Iniciado el Juicio y cuan-
do hablan transcurrido tres ma-
ses de emplazamiento, uno de
(Pasa a la Pgina *. Columna
Se ordena a los propietarios
de la Prensa a pagar ms de
$ 32.000.000 por impuestos
Es por concepto de "impuestos aduaneros"
de papel peridico importado desde 1939
BUENOS AIRES. Junio 18
(UP) Se ha ordenado a lis
propietarios del diarlo expropia-
do "La Prensa" pagar ms ce
32 millones de pesos y a los
dueos de "La Nacljn" abonar
una suma no especificada por
concepto de Impuestos aduane-
ros por el papel peridico im-
portado despus de 1939.
Los telegramas recibidos por
los representantes de "La Pren-
sa" y "La Nacin' ordenan el
pago. En el telegrama del Ad-
ministrador de Aduanas, Lucio
Lenadro Alem, se le ha conce-
dido tres das a "La Prensa"
para efectuar el pago*
Los circuios editoriales calcu-
lan que sobre la base del pago
exigido a "La Prensa" la pe; a
aplicada a "La Nacin' ser de
alrededor de 20 mUlones de
pesos.
Las autoridades aduaneras e-
xlgleron a "La Prensa' 1 pago
de. 32.038,391 pesos por Impues-
tos aduaneros presuntamente a-
decuados en concepto del papel
de diarlo Importado.
El requerimiento de dichas au
loridades cita la aprobacin por
el Ministro de Hacienda, Ra-
mn CereIJo, del fallo del *Irl-
bunal Aduanero en el Juicio por
uu denunciante comn Iniciado
en 1946 por el doctor Eugenio
Maraggl-
El Ministro dictamin, sin
embargo, que Maraggl no tiene
derecho al 25 por ciento de co-
misin y que la suma reclama-
oa debe ser abonada por entero
al Gobierno.
En se Juicio se acus a "LA
Prensa" y a "La Nacin" de ha-
ber violado la ley que libra Ar\
pago de Impuesto de Importa-
cin al papel peridico porque
publican avisos asi como noti-
cias y editoriales y artculos fir-
mados.
66Algunas reducciones" tendrn
que hacer los peridicos de
Norteamrica dentro de poco
OTTAWA, Junio 15 (UP)El
Ministro de Produccin de De-
fensa, C. D. Howe, declar que
los diarlos de Amrica del Norte
deben prepararse para sufrir
"algunas reducciones" en sus
abastecimientos de papel peri-
dico a fin de que los aliados de
Canad y Estados Unidos pue-
dan obtener "por lo menos can-
tidades mnimas" de papel.
Howe declar en el Parlamen-
to del Canad que ste pals pro-
porcionar las 2,500 de las 3.000
toneladas de papel asignadas a
Francia por la Conferencia In-
ternacional de Materiales, Dijo
que el papel ser comprado por
la "Canadian Commercial Cor-
poration", oficina de compras
del Gobierno.
El Ministro explic que "esa
cantidad se obtendr Imponien-
do algo asi como una contribu-
cin a todos los productores.
Todos reconocen al convenien-
cia de garantizar que nuestros
aliados dispongan por lo menos
de cantidades mnimas de papel
peridico. Los usuarios de la zo-
na norte norte-americana de-
ben esperar algunas reducciones
en sus abastecimientos."
Sin embargo, Howe Insisti en
Sue se tomarn todas las medi-
as para "mitigar los efectos"
de tales medidas en los clientes
norte-americanos y canadiense*.
Escuela de servicio
diplomtico qued
organizada aqu
La Universidad de Panam sa
complace en anunciar que ha
quedado debidamente organiza-
do la escuela de Servicio Diplo-
mtico y Consular y que funcio-
nar balo la Facultad de Admi-
nistracin Pblica y Comercio
El plan de estudios compren-
de 5 aos y pueden ingresar a
esta escuela los estudiantes gra-
duados de Bachiller, Comercio o
maestros de las escuelas oficia-
les o privadas. En el caso de loa
estudiantes de las escuelas pri-
vadas tendrn que someterse a
los exmenes de admisin pre-
vistos por la Facultad. Las me-
t iculas para la escuela de 3ei-
vicio Diplomtico y Consular es-
tarn abiertas desde hoy vier-
nes 15 hasta el lunes 18. En U
Secretaria de la Universidad sa
atiende deis 12 y de 3 a 7 p.m.
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VIERNES, JUNIO IS, 1151
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EDITORA PANAMA AattSICA, a. A.
TtLrrONo *-070 (CSNTMAl PIIIVOA) AATaeVO MTAL V. A
' g ,u. mU .iTU.~>. M .*T. CIU* fU-l-W. W< V
EL PROBLEMA DEL PROFESORADO
Con inusitada vehemencia y huta con acrimo-
nia se viene discutiendo por la prensa y en los co-
rrillos de.educadores o de aspirantes a "trabaja-
dores de la enseanza" si deben o no los profeso-
res *4sm ttulo, que ahora desempean puestos en
la educacin pblica, ser desplazados por profeso-
res graduados. En contraposicin al aspecto legal
del problema se alegan consideraciones de carc-
ter humanitario. Al efecto, se arguye que no pa-
rece equitativo dejar cesante a un empleado que
ha dedicado los mejores aos de su vida a ense-
ar al que no sabe.-
Hay, pues, dos bandos: uno en favor de los
graduados y el otro en favor d los profesores sin
ttulo, pero Con experiencia. Parece ser que aqu-
llos se atienen a la letra de la ley y que stos se
cobijan principalmente bajo el palio de la equidad.
Cabe observar que en lo que respecta al por-
venir del pas y dejando a un lado tanto el aspecto
legal como el humanitario, el problema es mis bien
de carcter educativo. No debera resolverse con
miras l educador, sino teniendo en cuenta al edu-
cando y al bienestar general de la comunidad.
El portador de un ttulo-^in entrar a discri-
minar si ha sido bien o mal ganadono tiene ms
que una presuncin a su favor: la de que ha ad-
quirido determinados conocimientos, y alguna dis-
ciplina mental y, adems, que por asociacin con
ciertas personas y por razn del ambiente cultural
o de otros rdenes en que haya vivido tiene una
dosis de capacidad para apreciar los problemas de
la vida. Todo esto constituye, por lo menos, un in-
dicio de aptitud para la enseanza.
Pero esa presuncin, como todas las presuncio-
nes, es rebatible. Probable es que en la prctica, ya
de frente a una situacin determinada, la reac-
cin del titulado conduzca directamente al fracaso.
En otras palabras, no es aconsejable, cuando debe
resolverse de la suerte de un pas, acoger, de ma-
nera absoluta, una norma que se inspira en una
presuncin.
Por otra parte, el caso de los profesores sin
ttulo presenta tambin un serio problema. No ca-
ite duda de" que la experiencia, es decir la habili-
-dad que se adquiere con la prctica constituye
un factor de gran importancia. Pero, por s sola
la experiencia no puede siempre dotar al indivi-
duo de la flexibilidad y amplitud mental que sera
de desearse. Con todo, se sabe que hay una multi-
tud de casos de persogas sin ttulo universitario
que superan eninucho a los graduados.
Como no debe adoptarse una norma que ten-
ga en cuenta ms al profesor que al estudiante, lo
racional parece ser que en casos de duda y duran-
te este perodo de transicin el puesto de profesor
se obtenga mediante oposicin. Y decimos esto, a
pesar de que nos percatamos de las dificultades que
se presentan en nuestro pas para encontrar exa-
minadores que se consideren imparciales.
LICITACIN PUBLICA
Se recibirn propuestas cerradas huta las nueve en
punto de la maana del da 5 de Julio del ano en curio por
el suministro de ARTCULOS PARA SCUELAS Y MATE-
RIAL DE ASEO para uso de las Escuelas Primarlas y Se-
cundarlas de la Capital.
Las especificaciones sern entregada* a los Interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 29 de Mayo de 1951.
Jefe de Materiales j Compras
Ministerio Se Hacienda y Tesoro.
Sr. Mario Cal H.
Secretarlo del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro.
6 L^arrue
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Louis Johnson no le guarda rencor a
la administracin; La amistad de Missouri intervendr
en el nombramiento del nuevo Comisionado de la ICC;
El Congresista Boykin almuerza con los magnates del
papel debajo de la cpula del Capitolio.
WASHINGTON. El enorme
medio calvo Louey Johnson
..a turnado su destitucin como
Secretario de Defensa con mu-
cho ms donaire que la ma-
yora de los hombres que han
sido sacados del Gabinete. Al-
gunos que han estado en ese
puesto perdieron los estribos.
Otros quedaron descontentos o
se viraron contra el Presiden-
te.
A Johnson, sin embargo, no
le ha ocurrido nada de eso.
Por el contrario, recientemente
tuvo una conversacin amistosa
con el hombre que lo despidi,
Harry 8. Truman, en parte co-
mo resultado d ufta transmi-
sin radial.
Por ttn tiempo, los Repu-
blicano* estaban confiados de
3ue tenan a Louey Johnson
e in parte. Se llenaron de
ebllo cuando comentaron Us
estuaciones sobre MacAr-
thur, pues contaban con John-
on como testigo principal
contra la administracin. Se
supona que todo estaba listo
para que declarara sobre sus
conversaciones con MacAr-
thnr en Tokio.
Pero cuando la noticia fue
lanzada al aire por este radio-
periodista, el General Louis
Renfrew, quien oy la trans-
misin y que fue asistente de
Johnon en el Departamento de
Defensa, le dio un telefonazo.
"Acabo de oir lo que diio
Drew Pearson, Lonev", dijo
Renfrow, "y no quiero que
hagas nada hasta que poda-
mos discutir ato".
Al da siguiente almorzaron
juntos.
"Yo siempre he sido buen
amigo tuyo y he permanecido
de tu lado\ dijo Renfrow,
"pero tendremos que despe-
dimos si condensas a atacar
la administracin qn el caso
de MacArthur. Es melor que
no te metas en esto. TA nun-
ca tuviste un serio disgusto
con Dean Acheson... solo con
Aliono de sus subordinado*".
Johnson acept.
'Llamars a Drew y le di-
rs eso?", pregunt Renfrow.
Johnson accedi y asi lo hizo.
Renfrow entonces fue donde
el Presidente, le dijo lo de 1
conversacin y el Presidente
inmediatamente llam a John-
son para darle las gracias.
Tuti eren una conversacin
muy amena, la primera desde
que Louey sall del Gabinete.
LAS AMISTADES DE MISSOURI
NO SE DESVANECEN
Los Senadores del Este han
tomado las armas contra el
propuesto nombramiento de un
nuevo Comisionado de Comer-
cio nter-Estados (ICC) proce-
dente de Missouri. Ya que el
ICC tiene importantes poderes
para regular los ferrocarriles
de la nacin, un grupo de 8e-
nadore* han Introducido una
resolucin que requiere que los
Comisionados del ICC sean
nombrados reglonalmente. Cla-
ro que esto est dirigido con
el fin de evitar el nombramien-
to de Missouri .y asegurar el
nombramiento de Robert R.
Hendon de Maryland, no de
Missouri.
El Mlssouriano que el Presi-
dente Truman se propone nom-
brar es Ray Karst, ex-Congre-
slsta de St. Louis.
Lo que no saben los Se-
nadores que protestan es la
verdadera rasn por la cual
Karst tiene el apoyo de Tra-
man. Da la casualidad que
la madre de Karst fue una de
las primeras dirigentes polti-
cos de St. Louis que apoy a
Traman en 1934 cuando ste
fue electo Senador. Aftas mas
tarde, cuando Karst estaba
en el Consreso, trajo a su
madre de 75 aos de edad
para que viera al Presidente.
"SI no hubiera sido por us-'
ted y otros pocos defensores
leales en St. Louis", dijo Tra-
man a la seora Karst, "yo
no estara hoy en donde es-
toy".
Traman le dio a cada uno
de los hijos del Congresista,
Mary Jane de 9 aos y Ron-
me de 7 aos una nueva plu-
ma de punto con la igulen-
t recomendacin: "No dejen
que ningn miembro del FBI
los vea con esas plumas. Pue-
den meterlos en la crcel". Los
dos chiquillos escondieron r-
pidamente las plumas, las cua-
les tenan inscrito: "Se la ro-
b a Harry S. Traman".
El ao pasado el Congre-
sista Karst fue derrotado en
la re-eleccin. Y el otro da.
habiendo oido que iban a
nombrar a alguien en el ICC,
Karst cay por la Casa Blan-
ca, le dijo al Presidente que
estaba sin trabajo, y consi-
gui un puesto que hito que
sus ojos brillaran de con-
tento.
Hendon, el candidato de Ma-
ryland para el puesto, tenia el
poderoso apoyo del Senador Bob
Kerr de Oklahoma y tambin
del lider de la mayora del Se-
nado, McFarland, quien fu a
la Universidad de Oklahoma
junto con Hendon. Este tam-
bin est bien capacitado, pues
es miembro de la Administra-
cin de Transportes de De-
fensa.
Sin embargo, con Harry
Truman las viejas amistades
nunca mueren. Ni siquiera se
desvanecen.
ANTESALAS BAJO LA CPULA
Es cierto que hay muchas
"antesalas" en los salones de
"cocktail" y hoteles de Wash-
ington. Sin embargo, no es co-
sa corriente que los "antesa-
llstas" tengan la oportunidad
de influenciar a los Congresis-
tas debajo de la misma cpu-
la del Capitolio en el comedor
privado del ex-Presidente de la
Cmara, Joe Martin de Massa-
chusets.
Aunque parezca extrao, es-
ta proeta asombrosa fue lo-
grada recientemente por el
Kpular Congresista Frank
ykin de Mobile, Alabama.
Boykin es un tipo descon-
certante, un personaje de no-
vela cuyo lema es "todo est
hecho para amar", y que lleva
este lema hasta el extremo de
sostener versadas discusiones
sobre la vida amorosa de los
animales. En efecto, esa fue la
excusa de su reciente almuer-
zo de "antesalistas". Los miem-
bros del Comit de Pescaderas
y Vida Animal fueron invitados
por Boykin para asistir a un
almuerzo que Boykin dijo era
para refutar al Congresista Ho-
ward Smith de Virginia quien
haba pronunciado un discur-
so derogatorio sobre "la vida
Consideraciones Sobre la Crisis
_ ni
Por ERNESTQ MNDEZ
El comercio es el instrumento mis sensible de nuestra econo-
ma y ello tiene que ser as porque l* efja Myoffy mas flore-
ciente de nuestras empresas productivas, flu desarrollo y progre-
so se deben a la construccin del Canal y a las actividades eco-
nmicas a causa del funcionamiento y explotacin de tal obra. 8i
en la Zona del Canal aumentan las obras en ejecucin, aumenta
la prosperidad de nuestro comercio; si all se suspende la reali-
zacin de tales obras, entre nosotros se produc una cruda mas
o menos intensa, y de acuerdo a la gravedad.de la paralitaein
de los trabajos a que nos referimos. Durante muchos aos el tu-
rista tambin contribuy a la prosperidad de nuestro comercio.
Ahora resulta que en la Zona del Canal no se realizan obras
de importancia y el turista casi h* desaparecido de nuestro me-
dio. Sabido esto, como lo sabe aqu todo el mundo, no es nece-
sario ser un Zahori para determinar cules sen los factores esen-
ciales de la crisis que ahora sufrimos, y que aparentemente es
ms grave que ninguna de las anteriores porqu durante la po-
ca de gran intensidad de trabajo en la Zona del Cana] nuestra
prosperidad lleg a la cumbre, que ahora, desde el vall perece
enorme y lejana.
Dados los hechos referidos, resulta ingenuo creer que nos-
otros, con nuestros propios medios, tal como ahora de ellos dis-
ponemos, podramos solucionar esta crisis o cualquier otra que
provenga de las mismas causas. Si podramos, claro est, pedir
dinero prestado, como se proyecta; gastarlo aqu y all, pagar
muchos salarios y jornales y levantar de nuevo la confianza, la
esperanza v la prosperidad efmera. Per* esa solucin no traer
como consecuencia otra cosa que provocar una nueva crisis que
se producir cuando el dinero obtenido en prstame lo hayamos
gastado y slo queden las angustias del Erario al redimir la deu-
' Otra causa de nuestra crisis de ahora es la del alto precio, de
los artculos que importamos del exterior para la satisfaccin de
nuestras necesidades. Para dar una idea de le desmesurado en
el alza decesos precios, damos a continuacin algunas cifras. Los
clavos que obtenamos por B/. 7.00 las 100 Ubras, hoy se cotizan
a B/. 11.00; los tejidos de algodn que en el Japn costaban
BA 0.10 la yarda, boy se venden a B/. 0.80; las lentejas qu com-
prbamos por B/. 17.00 valen B/. 29.00; el papel para imprenta
que en hojas s* venda antes del "bildente" de Corea a menos
de B/. 100.00 la tonelada, hoy bay quien paga por ella hasta
B/. 250.00. Asi estn las cosas, y no creemos que sea necesario
hacer nfasis sobre el hecho de nuestra Incapacidad para modifi-
car o de alguna manera alterar el fenmeno del aba de los pre-
cios de los artculos que estamos obligados a importar para vivir.
Este fenmeno del alta de los precios en nuestros mercados
de aprovisionamiento tiene, hasta cierto punto, la ventaja de 1
transltorledad, aue da margen a la esperanta de qne algn da
tales precios han de reducirse; pero, en nuestra opinin, lo qae
resulta grave de esta situacin es qne el alta en tales precios
merma, ms de lo que pudiramos calcular, nuestras reservas
monetarias, puesto que cuando antes pagbamos B/. 100.00 por
un articulo A, que consumimos, ahora, por el mismo articulo te-
nemos que pagar y exportar B/. 150.00 a B/. 200.00.
En el alza de ios precios hay factores como el de la especu-
lacin realizada por particulares; ms, en este anlisis, ne pode-
mos perder de vista la especulacin que tambin realita el Esta-
do por medio del Banco Agropecuario e Industrial, en sus acti-
vidades comerciales, de las cuales hablaremos maana.
ItEMlTlDQ
DECLARACIN
DEL PARTIDO REVOLUCIN AMO
AUTENTICO
amorosa del coati".
En defensa del coati y a fin
de demostrar que la carne d
ste es comestible, Boykin in-
vit a los miembros del Co-
mit de Pescaderas y Vida
Animal a un almuerzo, prime-
ro en el comedor privado del
presidente del 8enado Sam Ray-
burn, Demcrata. A ltimo mi-
nuto, sin embargo, fue cambia-
do al comedor privado de Joe
Martin, Republicano.
All, los miembros del Co-
mit de Pescaderas fueron
presentados a ocho caballe-
ros ave no tenan nada de
Congresistas, pero que si eran
representantes de la Industria
del papel, la St. Regis, Kraft,
L'nion Bag y otras compaas.
Despus del almuerzo, los eje-
cutivos del papel sacaron al-
gunas grficas y comentaron
a Influenciar contra la "Re-
gulacin de Materiales Con-
trolases", que forma narte de
la Oficina de Estabilidad de
Precie*.
Algunos de los Congresis-
tas presentes se quedaron a-
tnltos ante este intento de
influenciar su voto en un al-
muerzo en el comedor del ex-
Presidente de la Cmara de
Representantes. Sin embargo,
se hubieran quedado an ms
atnitos si hubieran sabido
que su genial colega de Ala-
bama y sus cuatro hijos po-,
seen una grsn cantidad de
"clones de la "Mobu Paper
Company" y que obtuvieron
stas acciones despus de que
la Influencia Boykin* fue usa-
da para conseguir un prsta-
mo de 750,000 dlares de la
Corporacin d Financlamien-
to y Reconstruccin (RFC).
Cuando s Director de la
RFC descubri esta extraa
transaccin de prstamo, exi-
gi la renuncia del primo del
Congresista Boykin, Frank
Prince, funcionarlo de la RFC
que manej el prstamo de la
''Mobile Paper Company".
CITACIN
Se cita a todos los mlembio*
ce la Asociacin Nacional de E-
ducadores a una reunin de ca-
rcter general que tendr luejar
maana sbado a las cuatro de
la tarde en la Escuela Repfcll-
(h del Ecuador.
Puntos a Tratar: lo.) Activi-
dades para bien de la educacin
nocional (Alfabetizacin) 2o.)
Actividades a desarrollar para
bien d los socios.
_
La Directiva
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
fodot ifoi hofw/si if> complacen
** invitar m J vltltantt latina-
imcriconof y muciSos mantianan
pmrtonal da habla atpaola.
GUIA de HOTELES
C en ios ^
ESTADOS UNIDOS
Le mvfrm*4 enrdl*leenf* m
IkHmr efe le* r*in*cfir*i aminlt-
raWora* Mor mu mtt **f*/l*oi
rara tldumr (* rtrrmthn.
NEW YORK CITY. NtVV YORK
HOTEL PICCADILLY, jnw.aet.ea
Tlmaa Bauer*, cufi el n.eckefeller Cen-
ter. (Ira r tleoae* prlaelpeitB. con-
veniente ladee loe medloe de treneporl*
Hotel moderno. SOO cuerto. todoe eon ee-
. fio 7 radio. Telerlaln. Dente. Eapeno!
Xxeelenta reetaurante en el Hotel. Coffee
hop para eeeruner: para almuerao. eo-
Bloa. cana 7 Cocktail Hear, el fue
PICCADILLY CIRCCa LOL'NOI eao un
irle de aritataa excepcional.
H49TELBlXLECLADtE. calle n ,
meiaar a t aiiautoe 4a la tiueeitelt
tleadea. tenerse. Oaanleue a la puerta. Beje-
Ueleaee eea tale pel.ada: 1 7enana II e*-
4 at. Dee '-. Aperleaeantee para I 4,
en eu cocinilla it-i. Beeluue capado'.
HOTEL BRETTON HALL, sroeaerer a
M ft. Bien amueblado. Subterrneo 7 flm
nlbue. al pie del Hotel. Conveniente a lee
Haclonee Unldaa cuartee con bene. una per-
aor.a. deade ubi a. OSM. Tambin apio
coa cocine. Cable "Bretona! Ne* York
SEVL.LE HOTEL, MadUea Ato. 1
Si, aerea de faateea "Kleeiu a la reetta
de la eeeuuia". Bnpleea* 7 tnlee de Be
ble altanla. M* cuartee aaa bane Da
loe, ataree 7 mu. Baila urna*. BeWieete-
I: eMeo, M-ll.
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, hub. rd
St. A AM eaadraa e tlandu 7 teetroe en-
tiled Dl II. HI |7. Aperlaaalentoe eon
ateta* 7 ttrrktt HI II a m lit.
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
Ircnte a Ptnneylvanla Station, en el co-
raron de lee eecclonaa teelrelee 7 ccmprai.
1200 habitacin eon baflo privado, radie.
ague corriente halada. SERVIDOR. Precio
deede It 00 . 7 MO tree! Empicado de
habla eepaola le atondarn poraanottriento
THE SUTTON HOTEL, iNlaatMst
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aire acondicionado Pletina gratia. Benlo
deade C8IJ so Aptoe. deede VIII0. Pr.
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r. en el rtreeon dt Tiled Btver. II
platel 1*M bul pida; amtente etraetl
te. cuartee ettrnea t *', dea be-
fie t duehe partleuler. radie (YltU
lu Balada circulante 17 <'' er Ule a
tambin' A corta dctetele a pie de tee
tree 7 tundea printipele. tal ettn* tab
terrina* 7 otuibui. Sede el "Diamand
Haroetkea" de B1117 AMt. BaHlome
atnaUlaa deed* OSII M: oblea deede
TJSII.M Reiteureaiea tan tire etendllae.
nato. Cable: "Parttel He Tari".
MU
BELTORT HOTEL,
ltu.de. Ti
J5IH E. tad t. cen-
tralmente MtueAt. Ttdoe loe nanee etn
baile. Hiena, radie 7 aire analmente.
Ttlerlaldd. Bberlba pare reeerreeltnee.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ, trenu al atmo.
Mattel ltd ti tea aun tienllilonl-, II 7
I. lefio privada. S* Babia eepefiol.
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, ht
St., centre a Miami. Penle all
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL, Biec.me
Bird. A H S. I St.. adjunto al torminal ad-
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HOTEL VANOEBBTLT. p..kA..ei
t. Timllaad en al entre de 1 ewdad
Cuatro ilmilarm liniiii. Cuartee eea be
1 7 radie: fino deede |l Deatee deade
l.et. TtenaanB alirnlUnlitt para familia
aera
rTTTSBURGER HOTEL, tu us. let at.
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HOTEL ROBERT FULTON, mw.ii
St.. hirer tranQutlo de ambiente feanlller.
Centrelmeale ubicada. Cuartea emtlloe.be-
no prlredo. allehenettee it 00 una parete,
lloo par do Apta, de I 7 1 cuartea
Precie* amnale 7 menaualee para fami-
lia rebajadoe heeu 60<>. Depte tepadol
a carro Ar. Mariano Fartoul. Cablarraflar
PTJLTOetDTSL. Tel. TA I-10M. Aett. een
btelo Cameron. Park Plana,
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HOTEL DIXIE, siw.sk i**-
tal tul mlttrt aa I dietrne e Tbaee
enere. Telil enana* een bal*, rae.
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I. aerea t Time* Aruen. Coaieamii
pan todae termlnelee. treneperteo. dlrer
alone, tienda!, la Art. IBM cuartee ana,
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une cuadra del Parau* Central, tarta e
1* Quinte Avenid* 7 eenlre 1 eampee
Itaralflcae Watted*** amuebladae. Dec-
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VILLA DWTE HOTEL, Matarte bi.
7 Calle I. Oratnr*. Martillee etenclOa al
najen, lante* ettBn loaerlaoto.
TWIN MOUNTAIN, N. H.
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTEL, tw
Mountain. A SB at ratn 0 It* anua
une SI an cat. Bailie te mm. Plea BU
ram. Ptiiih a0le*e. Teda fltflldld*
pare ana* nlrlllbtee meme na c-
cente r teem. Fiaran*. 0*tf. Tan. Pat-
ee. Ylatta* diaria* par tete** a ataje* **
laurea Pel cela 7 atrae I Itm * Pa-
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Conozca los
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volando por la
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V*
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\
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PANAGRA Smn^s?
MM AAtSt/CAW OtAO AatWAFS 1 * a*0 P"*'0*'
Slo PANAGRA pueds ofrscsrls
tantos y tan magnficos servicios.
Todos los das, lo* loe*. DC-6 d El fattsr
Amricno tnulAD a Lima y Bunoi Aeran, tali
vci por tamant a Santiago y troi Guaya-
quil. (El Si tarvicio aer*o mil lujoto tMtTS
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DC-3 vu.l.n a C.li, Quito, Ouiyaquil y Urna.
CorienriontM convni.nt* con tarvidoi al in-
ttrior da Ecuador y Bolivia.
y ahora 3 votos por tomona y mi* rpido
otro B*. A*, y EE. UU., El EcpoeUl CeAM
Turiitn con hait 1S% d. raba), y laceio
da ruta* (1) ra La Pa, (2) vis Santiaso.
.otiv. *M,,MA
M ?*? "
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SatitUr * ChV' u.ft (y -*
AnaneiM Ca.
En nuestra calidad d Suplentes de loe miembroe prlnWpala
del Directorio Nacional del Partido Revolucionarlo Autntico qu
se hayan encarcelados injustamente, denunciamos de manera for-
mal las reprobables actuaciones de algunos miembro* d la Jun-
ta Asesora Nacional dsl Partido, que atrepellando los ms safra-
dos principios d lealtad, decencia y disciplina, han llegado en un
afn de aduearse de nuestra plante Agrupacin Poltica a con-
vocar una Convencin para el dia 14 de los corrientes, con l fin
meiquino de asegurar la postulacin d determinada candidatura
prsfdhelal. v
A continuacin hacemos una anlisis claro de las actuaciones
torcidas de ese .grupo minsculo de copartldarlos, que pretenden
dividir .a. nuestro glorioso Partido para saciar sus desmesurados
apetitos. ^
ti Articulo 20 de los Estatutos del Partido Revolucionarlo Au-
tntico establece que "el Presidente del Directorio Nacional ten-
dr la representacin legal del Partido y usar el titulo de Presi-
dente del Partido Revolucionarlo Autntico". El Articulo 18 esti-
pula qu la Convsncln Nacional eligir a los miembros principa-
les del Directorio Nacional para un periodo de cuatro anos.
Es pues evidente que el seor Francisco Jos Linares es el
Presidente actual del Partido Revolucionarlo Autntico y tiene su
representacin legal, por haber sido elegido para un periodo de
cuatro anos por la Convencin Nacional del Partido que se cele-
br n Diciembre de 1M7.
La reunin celebrada por algunos miembros de la Junta Ase-
sora el dia 4 del mes en curso es completamente ilegal, porque
el Articulo 42 de los Estatutos indica qu la Junta Asesora ser
convocada para sus reunlone por el Presidente del Directorio Na-
cional y el Articulo 40 ordena l Presidente del Directorio pridlr
las sesiones d la Junta.
Por lo tanto, es nula la reunin referida, ya que ni fue con-
vocada por el Presidente del Directorio Nacional, ni fue presidida
por l.
Tambin sealamos la forma irregular oomo s llev a cabo la
mencionada reunin, la cul comenz en una radio-emisora y ter-
min en un jardn d crveta, en vista de la protesta airada de
un grupo numeroso de personas que hizo acto d pretenda para
dejar constancia d tu inconformidad con lo actuado.
En la citada reunin se cometieron actos y s adoptaron deci-
siones sin validez alguna, las cuales pasamos a denunciar.
El Ing. Jos Ramn Quizado actu y firm como miembro de
la Junta Asesora, lo cual no es vlido porque el seor Quizado no
es miembro de la Junta. El Articulo 39 establece que solamente
son "miembros ex-oticlo de la Junta Asesora Nacional, los Diputa-
dos a la Asamblea Nacional y los Ministros de Estado del Partido."
Tambin actu y firm en forma irregular el seor Emiliano
Pones quien dijo ser suplente personal de) seor Aurelio Quardla,
ya que el seor Guardia es miembro de la Junta Consultiva del
Partido que es un organismo que no tiene suplentes.
Aquellos miembros de la Junta Asesora que celebraron la re-
unin el 4 d Junio cometieron una ruindad al someter a consi-
deracin una renuncia que no exista del Presidente, del Partido
Revolucionario Autntico. No solamente no tiene validez la acep-
tacin de la supuesta renuncia del seor Francisco Jos Linares,
sino que et un acto que merece el ms acre reproche nuestro y el
de la inmensa mayora de los miembros del Partido.
Tampoco tiene validez la suspensin d los seores Francisco
Jos Linare y Jorge Rubn Rosas como miembros del Directorio
Nacional, porque tan leales'y meritorios copartldarlos no han in-
currido en las faltas de que habla el Articulo 48 de ios Estatuto*,
en cuyo caso tendran que ser vencido* en juicio con anterioridad
a la aplicacin de sanciones, conforme a lo establecido n l Ar-
ticulo W.
Resulta irnico que ios referidos caballeros de la Junta' Aseso-
ra hablen en sus Comunicados de "tareas de relieve* culminantes
que se cumplan democrtica y Justicieramente", y cometan l acto
antidemocrtica de condenar a dos miembros destacados del Direc-
torio Nacional sin que estos hayan cometido faltas; y ms grave
an, sin llenarse los requisitos de rigor y sin ajustarse a los pre-
cedentes establecidos.
Eh cuanto a la Convencin que los citados miembros de la
Junta Asesora han convocado para el 24 del presente mes, el Ar-
tculo 17 de 'los Estatutos establece que "el Directorio Nacional del
Partido Revolucionario Autntico es la autoridad ejecutiva mxi-
ma y el rgano de comunicacin oficial del Partido; y el inciso a>
del Articulo 21 lridlc que "son atribuciones del Directorio Nacio-
nal del Partido Revolucionario Autntico: Ejecutar los acuerdos
de la Junta Asesora".
Es claro, pues, que el Dlrectorlp Nacional e el nico Orpano
del Partido, al que corresponde organizar una Convencin; y dada
esa circunstancia qu echa por tierra todo cuanto haya hecho y
pretenda hacer el minsculo grupo a que ya hemos hecho refe-
rencia, excitamos vehementemente a los Directorios Provinciales,
ros.Directorios Dlstrltorlales, silos PresldeSes de los Centr*
Panamelstas y a nuestros coptirtldarlos en general de toda la
frepbllca, para que deichozeatt las instrucciones y rdenes im-
partidas por dicho grupo egoists, cuyo nlcoiln es el de dividir
al Partido en beneficio de sus intereses personales.
Por consiguiente, declaramos enfticamente que el deber y la
lealtad Imponen a todos los miembros del Partido Revolucionarlo
Autntico la invariable consigna de esperar a que el Jefe Mxi-
mo, doctor Arnulfo Arias, y los legtimos representantes de nues-
tro heroico Partido, ahora detenido* en la Crcel Modelo, acuer-
den lo que aea ms conveniente a la causa panameftista.
Firmeza y Lealtad es lo que se necesita en esto* momentos y
F inquebrantable en los altos destinos del Partido ms pujante
de la Repblica.
Directorio Nacional del Partido Revolucionario Autntico
JORGE t. ADAMES, suplente de Francisco Jos Uares;
RAFAEL FRANCESCHI, sapiente de Jorge Roben Rotas.
ALBERTO VALLAR.NO Jr., ptente do Norberto Zorita;
TEODORO BRIN, tupiente de Juan de Dios Poteda-,
Jt'ANA Vda. DE MEDINA, tupiente de Mara 8. de Miranda*
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Preocupa el movimiento neonazi en Alemania

Las autoridades aliadas estn
observando con sumo cuidado
el desarrollo de esta tendencia
Fr J&mei WftkcftcM Burke
(NANA)
BERLIN, Junio 15 (CP8).
Recientemente nn grupo neo-
nael obtuvo ti 11 por ciento de
los votos en unas elecciones
celebradas en una provincia de
la Alemania occidental. Esto fue
un xito inesperado. Desde el
nacimiento del gobierno de
Bonn el neonazlsmo ha levan-
tado la cabeza de cuando en
'cuando, slo para verse derro-
tado por los alemanes' de pun-
donor o para morir debido a
falta de popularidad. Los gru-
6DS ms Importantes del go-
lerno de Bonn, asi como algu-
nos funcionarlos de las poten-
cias de ocupacin, se muestran
desasosegados cuando ven que
se deposita un slido bloque de
votos, como sucedi en esta pro-
vincia de la Alemania occiden-
tal, en favor de un grupo fran-
camente totalitario.
Un funcionarlo de la Alta
Comisin Aliada en Alemania
sealo que los miembros del
arttdo de Adolfo Hitler en el
arlamento aumentaron de do-
ce en 1B28 a ciento siete dos
aos ms tarde. Recuerdan que
en el comienzo nadie tom a.
Hitler en serlo.
Bs fcil descubrir a los ale-
manes neonasls. Son las perso-
nas que le prestan poca aten-
cin a los asuntos de Bonn. Son
los que gritan ms alto contra
las potencias de ocupacin. Orl-
tar^V|NorteamerlMnos^jejre;
ty Jarabe de
RBANO YODADO GRIMAULT
-jjja da fuerzas y |Ppurifica la Sangre
sad a vuestro pas!" Son los
descontentos. Son los que di-
cen que Alemania no "perdi"
la guerra, sino que fue trai-
cionada or "factores ocultos
tras bastidores".
Hasta recientemente nadie se
molestaba en explicar estos
"factores". Con la reciente ola
da neonazlsmo, las revistas a-
lemanas han empezado a pu-
blicar artculos sobre el modo
en que Alemania fue traiciona-
da. "Los agentes comunistas de
Stalln estaban en todas par-
tes", declaran. "Los agentes de
Stalin traicionaron a nuestros
ejrcitos y lodos los secretos
del Gobierno".
Der Stern ('La Estrella"), un
semanario que circula profusa-
mente en Alemania, public un
largo articulo titulado "Agen-
tes rojos entre nosotros". Se
trataba de un articulo sobre de
llamada "Capilla Roja", nom-
bre que le aplicaba la Gestapo
a>m^^ajjdina^e^Bentes^oj|
Oietnade,
' ara quitar
manchas, es-
pinillas barros
tfpecasf
nema^Plak
IOS PECAS'-
IMPERIAL j ,
*
munlstas alemanes que funcio-
naban en Alemania como agen-
tes de informacin del Krem-
lin.
Uno de los agentes de la Ca-
pilla Roja que trabajaba para
Mosc era un oficial alemn del
Ministerio del Aire, dirigido por
Goerlng. Otro era un destaca-
do funcionarlo del Ministerio
de Economa. La esposa de ste
era norteamericana. Por ltimo
ambos fueron descubiertos, lo
cual llev al arresto de toda
la banda. Cincuenta y ocho de
ellos fueron ejecutados por los
nazis.
Poco despus de la termina-
cin de la guerra, los sobrevi-
vientes de la Capilla Roja fue-
ron ensalzados y mimados por
las potencias de ocupacin. A-
caso no hablan cooperado con
un aliado de los vencedores del
nazis?
Actualmente los diarios ale-
manes estn descubriendo que
los miembros de la Capilla Ro-
ja' eran espas comunistas y,
por tantq, enemigos de la de-
mocracia. El fiscal alemn que
sostuvo la acusacin contra
ellos, y fue luego castigado por
las potencias de ocupacin, es
hoy da un hroe. Se trata del
doctor Manfred Roeder, uno de
los principales oradores en los
mtines neonazls celebrados por
el partido Imperial Alemn.
Roeder est adquiriendo rpi-
damente arraigo entre las ma-
sas populares.
En estos mtines se denuncia
a los norteamericanos por ha-
ber condenado a Goering, Ro-
senberg, Streicher, Funk y otros
del mismo Jaez. Los antiguos
miembros del movimiento de
resistencia antlnazl son llama-
dos traidores y espas. Los dia-
rios alemanes los motejan de
bribones, truhanes y guardias
negros. Manfred Roeder se ha
convertido en un hroe.
El padre de un muchacho fue
antlhltlerista y fue condenado
a muerte por conspirar contra
los nazis, ha tratado de defen-
der la memoria de su hijo es-
cribindole una carta a una
revista alemana. La carta deca
asi: "Mi hijo fue un Idealista.
Crey que el totalitarismo des-
truira primero a Alemania y
despus al mundo. Creo que si
estuviese vivo se opondra igual-
mente a Stalln".
La carta del padre fue pu-
blicada, en nombre de la demo-
cracia. Pero en una edicin pos-
terior el peridico public un
artculo sobre Harold Schulze-
Boysen (el hijo del autor de
la carta). Schulze-Boysen. de-
ca, entreg secretos militares
a los rusos...
Puede que todo esto parezca
puramente una cuestin alema-
na, pero rito lo es. Una vez que
los alemanes (gracias a los neo-
nazis a quienes se les permite
que hablen francamente y se
organicen con libertad) se con-
venzan de que fueron traicio-
nados y no derrotados, cmo
ha de esperarse que apoyen al
feneral Elsenhower a los es-
uerzos de ste? Los alemanes
han aprendido bien la leccin
que les dio Goebbels. y los neo-
nazis de hoy no permitirn que
la olviden.
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Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. America-Panam
Caloras: Alimentos energticos
Tocos los alimentos contribu-
yen a dar energas al organis-
mo, pero hay algunos que as
proporcionan en mayor canti-
dad, y son llamados alimentos
energticos o alimentos calri-
cos. Entre estos estn los az-
cares, almidones y grasas.
En el caso cuando el organis-
mo recibe cantidad de eso ali-
mentos energticos que lo. gaita
rn energa, estos alimento.5 se
convierten en grasas del cuerpo.
Las protenas que como ya men
clonamos son elementos de
construccin, en el caso #que
sean consumidas en exceso pue-
den ser quemadas por el orgu-
nismo para producir energa. En
cambio los alimentos energticos
azcares, almidones y- gra-tao>
jio contribuyen a la coostruc-
cin de tejidos sino unlcatnsi.t?
sirven para producir calor.
Como resultado de muchos ti-
nos de trabajo de investigacin
se encontr que la energa o **-
or de combustin de los ali-
mentos se puede medir con pre-
cisin con el aparato llamado
bomba calorimtrica. Pero los a-
limentos cuando son quemados
en el organismo dan valores de
combustin menores que tos ob-
tenidos con la bomba calorim-
trica, debido a que algunos ti-
pos de alimentos no son que-na-
cios completamente en el ona-
nismo. Los valores de comt'ii-
tln que ms comunmente se u-
san hasta hoy da son los si-
guientes:
1 gramo de hidrato de caito-
no: 4 caloras
1 gramo oe grasa: 9 caloiias
1 gramo de proteina: 4 ca'c-
ras.
Se comprende con el trmino
hidratos de carbono los azca-
res y almidones. Como se pu'.e
ver, la grasa produce casi 2-1-4
veces ms de energa en igil
peso que los azcares y proiei-
nas, por lo que la grasa ej el
alimento energtico de aial
valor..
- CRUCIGRAMA -

HORIZONTALES:
1Acoltm- y efecto ae reposar.
7Equipaje de mano."
13-^e*a,tajtili's. .
14-^:dBBsIaades de lo peces.
15Lefia griega.
18Demostrativo.
17.Apocope de santo, Inv.
18Dios egipcio del sol.
19Serpiente.
31Isla del Egeo.
22Tratamiento ingls.
23Entregan.
24Apcope de santo.
25Signo qrtogrico.
26Urna pava huesos.
29Cabellos Mancos.
30Medidas de peso.
32Olor agradable.
35Relativo a las armadas.
39Roedor.
40Ocano.
41Amarre.
42Dueo.
43Articulo, Pl.
44Detener.
48Entregue.
47_Personaje bblico. Inv.
48Espacio de tiempo.
49Letra castellana.
60Pabellones de los odos.
62Elogian, loan.
64Viento de .oriente.
85Flojo, perezoso.
VERTICALES:
1Pelado al rape.
2Pinzas quirrgicas.
3Letra griega.
4Rio de Alemania.
SDesabrido.
6 Se atreva.
7Opera italiana.
8Extremidades de las aves.
9Caso de pronombre.
1CConjuncin latina.
11Plataforma de madera.
12Cocinaras en seco.
20Junte.
21Casas solariegas.
22Baile cubano.
24Hermana.
25Residencia, morada.
27Parte de los arboles.
28Marchara.
JE''averna. Abv.
31 --*"'endio de bebidas.
32Implemento de labranza.
33Nombre de varn.
34Autillo.
36Dios romano del hogar.
37Jornadas. -4 '
38Vigilante nocturno.
40Dcil, domesticado.
43Prstamo, en ingls.
44Del verbo pelar.
45Provincia de la India.
47Estruje. Inv.
48Extensin de agua salada.
51Pronombre.
53Prefijo inseparable.
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Da 1HDH HHrd
iJi l-*M MM III
ifinrara mummmm
En la Chorrera ordenan a los
matarifes reducir los precios
A la Convencin del Partido
Liberal Nacional asistirn
ms de 150 delegados
Lista de candidatos a dele- Eduardo Arosemena.
gados que se escogern en el Manuel Santiago Villalobos
plebiscito del Partido Liberal
Nacional que se verificar el
domingo 17 de junio de 1951.
Piden construccin
de una escuela en
casero El Limn
EL LIMN, Junio 14 (Especial
Desde hace varios aos Ijs
..abitantes de ste ImporUi.te
casero venimos con mucha in-
sistencia luchando para conse-
guir la construccin de una es-
<*rela que garantice mejor co-
modidad para el alumnado j1
como tambin para el Perso.ial
.lcente que aqu funciona.
Para tal ln se han hecho un
sin nmero de memoriales diri-
gidos a los distintos Ministros
de Educacin, sin que hasta la
lecha se haya podido conseguir
nada. Hay una escuela de tres
aulas y hay aqu seis grados.
La maestra que trabaja con
ti tercer grado cuenta con uu.i
asistencia de cuarenta y sets'a-
iumnos, es necesidad de .que se
.ombre otro maestro para que
,>t dvidan en dos grupos los a-
iumnos del tercer grado; no'- hay.
janeas en la Escuela por lfl que
los maestros no pueden garan-
tizar una labor adecuada como
.crian sus aspiraciones.
Corremos traslad al seor
Ministro de Educacin para que
se tome el inters necesario a
lin de que-dentro del ms coU
tiempo posible inicien los trn-
oajos de construccin de una
nueva escuela que tenga las au-
la de clases que se neceltan
para el alojamiento del alum-
nado asi como tambin del -
'i.iipo necesario para el buen
lunclonamiento de la misma
Aviso Judicial
Joi Guillermo Botella,
Motarlo Poblico Primero del Cirralao de
Panam, ron cdula nal nmero 47-13.A24.
CRTIFICt:
Que los ; neJloMs Toms Alias y Jpa*
Van iel anche. Siayore d',eaad y "-
clnot da ata riadad. ha* cor.ttitui.lo la
ociedad colectiva de romercio denomi-
nada 6ANCHKZ Y COMPAS1A LIMITA-
DA, con domicilio en la Ciudad de Pa-
nama, por ti termino de S altos y con
un capital de II D.OS -'.'.''. i orlado por
iguales partea entra loa aocioa:
Que el tocio Toma Arlaa tendr a
tu corso el uto de In firma tocia!, y
el aocio Jos Manuel Snchea tendr la
mlmini.Iracin de loa negocios: y
Que el objeto principal de la sociedad
es la explotacin del negocio da com-
pra y ente de medirlnae en enera!,
introducirlas del exterior, dlstrlbulrlaa.
fabricarlas, representar casas produc-
toras nacirtnalea o extranjeras, eatable-
.er farmacias, depsitos y fbricas, y en
aeneral ejecutar cualquier otro negocio
Keito permitido a las personas jurdicas
nacionales.
Aal eontta en la Escritura Publica nu-
mero 1.100 de 11 de Junio de l.l.
extendida en la Notarla a au cargo.
Panam, Junio 13 da 11.
J. Gaaa. Batalla-
Notarlo Publico Manera
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la tarifa para el expendio
El Alcalde Primer Suplente co de este caso, se le observa
de La Chorrera, al resolver un
memorial de los matarifes de
esa localidad, ha resuelto man-
tener en vigencia los precios es-
tipulados en un decreto de esa
Alcalda, despus de un largo
anlisis de la .solicitud hecha,
en cuyas partes salientes dice:
"Si el Gobierno Nacional por
la escasez de ganado en la Re-
pblica se vio en la necesidad
de racionar su consumo, esto
tralo por consecuencia, para
evitar la especulacin y hasta
la llamada bolsa negra, que en
cada Distrito la autoridad com-
petente, de comn acuerdo con
los Interesados, dictara Decre-
to contentivo de tarifa, tal co-
mo procedi en este Distrito
con el Decreto mvil de este
asunto y en cual, teniendo en
cuenta la escasez o poca ofer-
ta del ganado en pie y la
mucha demanda de su carne, el
precio de ste debi de filarse
relativamente alto. Por ello y
porque la situacin econmica
del pueblo* en general lo permi-
ta todava cuando fue dictado,
el Decreto aludido fij los pre-
cios actuales".
"En cuanto al punto jurdl-
a los peticionarlos que no es
a este despacho que corres
ponde hoy, despus de dos aos
de vigencia, reconsiderar este
Decreto; y, si como lo mani-
fiestan los matarifes, ha perdi-
do su vigor, menos es a este
despacho que le corresponde
conocer del asunto. Es otra la
via a seguir para que se de-
clare la nulidad del Decreto por
lnconstitucionalidad o Ilegali-
dad".
Por todo lo anterior conside-
rado, el suscrito Alcalde Primer
Suplente,
RESUELVE:
Mantener, como en efecto
mantiene, la vigencia del De-
creto No. 4 d 30 de mayo de
1949 dictado por la Alcalda
Municipal del Distrito y exci-
tar, como en efecto excita, al
seor Alcalde Titular para que
dicte un Decreto especial que
fije una tarifa de precios para
las carnes, ms reducidos de los
actuales, es decir, que estn
cnsonos con la realidad eco-
nmica del pueblo y el precio
del ganado en pie. fundndose
en la Ley 8a. de 1946.
Alarmada la Ciudad de David
por la repeticin de robos
cuantiosos a los almacenes
'eb ms de quinientos balboas | leaUda' por 111 sb-metieron
se estiman las prdidas ocas- los cae* y aaaBn gran can-
tidad de mercanca.
PUNTOS i
DE VISTA
JUEGOS PROHIBIDOS
EN LA CHORRERA
La Chorrera, junio 11 de 1951.
Sr. Director:
Por este medio, solicitamos a
usted nos d cabida a esta car-
ta en su muy ledo peridico.
Hace mucho tiempo que nos-
otros hemos venido levantando
nuestra voz de protesta por una
casa de Juegos prohibidos que
funciona en esta poblacin, en
una cantina que queda a poco
metros del primer ciclo secun-
darlo.
Segn versiones, los Juegos
prohibidos, pertenecen a un ex-
funcionarlo de la administra-
cin pasada, y los administra
un empleado de la Cervecera
Nacional, y patrocinados por el
actual Secretarlo del Alcalde de
La Chorrera. Ha llegado el mo-
mento de avisar por medio de
esta carta, a las autoridades
competentes, para que tomen
las medidas del caso que se
requieren, porque el da domin-
go 10 del presente mes. por
causa de dichos juegos prohibi-
dos en ese garito, se encuentra
en el hospital entre la vida y
la muerte un humilde hijo del
pueblo padre de familia y otro,
tras las rejas de una crcel es-
perando su veredicto .
Por lo tanto, pedimos a las
autoridades que tomen Inme-
diatamente las medidas perti-
nentes que se requieren para
evitar a tiempo una desgracia
mayor, que lamentar en la po-
blacin de La Chorrera.
Del seor Director1,
Jos S. Atuilar. Julio Pruden-
cio Avala. Dlmenes Rodrguez.
Rafael Ricardo.
nadas por la visita de los la-
drones al almacn "La Lucha",
propiedad del seor Zafranl.
Har poco mas de un mes
que los ladrones haban visita-
do el Almacn "La Bala", fren-
te al que fue saqueado ahora.
Una puerta de atrs fue vlo-
Por estar este almacn en
plena calle cuarta y sitio fre-
cuentado, se puede deducir la
audacia de los ladrones o la
falta de vigilancia por parte de
la polica.
DURAN
MAS!
Jos del C. Castillo
Ignacio Torres
Rodolfo Palomeque
Octavio Gallol
Ciro Luis Arvalo
Patricio Vargas
Catalina Guzman
Alfonso de Icaza
Manuel Carrasquilla
Benjamn de los Ros
Alfredo Ocaa V.
Pablo Merel Legusamo
Arturo A. Castillo
Carlos Alberto Barrio
Adriano Montalvn P.
Ernesto Saavedra y C,
Manuel'A. Icaza
Ramn A. Snchez
Melchor Bonilla
Andrs Verbel
Bernardo Lemos
Jos Sotero ngulo
Amado Escartin
Jorge A. Alvarado
Rufino Ayala Daz
Ismael Antadlllas
Guillermina de Speer
Guillermo Pianetta
Samuel Barraza O.
Fulvla Aguliar de Ochoa
Olga Acosta
Jos A. Agulrre
Manuel M. Cardales
Miguel Costa R.
Eva de Castillo
Federico Barrios C.
Victoria Cos.su
Juan de Dios Reyes
Concepcin Medina Revello .
Ana Gilma Flores
Aura Araz
Rafael A. Rivera
Jos Pea Bernard
Vctor M. Tejelra
Leo A. Gonzlez
Manuel O. Vsquez
Arturo Paniza
Jos Lutrell IS.
Jos M. Arroyo *
Bruno Campos"
Clarence O. Boyd
Eduardo Chanis
Toms Jcome
Gilberto Bazn Vlllalaz
Carmen Samuels de Thompson
Lesly Thomas \
Sydney A. Williams
Cecilia Richards
Francisco Jos Quijano
Jos Luis Franco Jr
Temistocles de la Torre
Eduardo Grau
Rodolfo Aguilera
Marcelino Hernndez
Jos Maria Alemn
Concepcin Arroyo
Pedro N. Barraza
Francisco Naar
Hctor Ricardo Brid
Roberto Alemn
Julio I. Alemn
Julin Rivera N.
Alfonso Diez
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Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
nueve en punto de la maana del dia 18 de Junio del ano
en curso por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MATERIAL
DE ASEO para uso del RETIRO MATAS HERNANDEZ.
Las especificaciones sern entregada a los interesados
durante laa horas hbiles de oficina.
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Jefe de Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
CADA deliciosa Pastilla Vkk
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Tdms A^sem
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Juvenal Castrellon
Alfonso 'Palacios
Bellsario Porras Jr.
Arsenio Muoz M.
Csar A. Burgos
Ricardo Acevedo
Luis Morales Herrera
Manuel Ocaa
Buenaventura Daz
Francisco Cadero
Mario J. Obalda
Gabriel Yoly R.
Gil Blaa Teieira
Domingo Daz Mndez
Carlos A. Berrios
Juvenal Hernndez
Carlos de Bernard
Manuel de J. Espinosa
Cario E. Eleta
Flix Arosemena
Flix A. Fil
Eusebio Ochoa
Enrique Antonio Jimne
Jorge Jimnez
Esteban Huertas P.
Jos Maria Berrocal
Enrique L. Ortega
Vctor de la Rosa
Daro Jan
Jos M. Paredes
Rlcaurte F. Noriega
Eulogio Benedicto Guadalquivir
Manuel H. de la Roa
Andrs Caries
Julio Walters O.
Joaqun M. Melndez
Federico Sanjur Barrios
Manuel J. Ros
Armando V. Duque P.
Urbano Ortega
Guillermo Garca de Paredea
Guillermo Daz
Agustn Chiarl
Julio Pineda
Gabriel Alvarado
Carmen Rodrguez Amor
Bernab Mendieta
Carlos Jos Delgado
Gabriel Remy
Luis Romero Ros
Rosa Rodrguez Amor
Luis Coyatos
Victor Champson
Abelardo Menesea
Mximo Vsquez
Daniel Guevara
Francisco 8ierra O.
Francisco Bentez
Pedro Medina
Rafael Oberto ,
Rufino Lpez
Obdulio Casis N.
Demetrio Mndez
Aurelio Rlquelme
Ramiro Vsquez
Julio Mercado R.
Silvia Walters
Manuel de Jess Quljand
Alfredo Boum&_
Amrica de Alba
Jos Agustn Castillo
Eva Hannsen
El via Mojica de Daz
Hortensia Kramel
Esther Snchez
Plcida Luna ... a.
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ceirse a laa mU desapasiona*
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j noticia mats intersame
afecten a la comunidad Ib ab-
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nidad para haeer determinada
campabas eoltica.
Mf WCINADAS con in-^edicntc*
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f\eaaccin JDocial
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-Iltt HORAS: f :M a l:M a.. Apartado 1S
Almuerzo en El Panam
La seera Mercedes de Chen
ofreci hoy un almuerzo en e\
Hotel El Panam, en honor de
la seora Cecilia E. de Arias,
presidenta Balente del Club In-
tel americano de Mujeres.
Buffet
Para agasajar a la seorita
Ana Lucrecia Arias y al seor
Guillermo Andreve R.. quienes
contraern matrimonio la pr-
xima semana, el seor Jorge
Endara y seora Betty B. de
Endara ofrecieron anoche un
buffet en su residencia.
T en El Panama
Las seoras Betty E. de Guar-
dia. Querube S. de Arlas y Julie
8. de MacGrath ofrecen hoy un
t en el Hotel El Panam, pa-.
ra despedir de su vida de sol-
tera a la seorita Ana Lucre-
cia Arlas. Un numeroso grupo
de sus amistades ha sido invi-
tado a este agasajo.
De Europa
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al seor Ar-
turo Motta. quien regres hoy
de una temporada en Europa
y los Estadio Unidos.
De los Estados l'nidos
Grata estada le deseamos al
joven estudiante, Carlos Alfredo
St. Malo Muller quien desde
ayer se encuentra en Panam.
con el fin de pasar la tempo-
rada de vacaciones visitando a
sus familiares.
nes al Capitn Kenneth O. West
y seora Edna Roux de West,
por el feliz arribo de su primo-
gnito.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Fernando Carrey
y seora Tullo C. de Carrey,
por el advenimiento de un va-
roncito. ocurrido en el Hospi-
tal Santo Toms.
Advenimientos
Hasta Fort Knox, Kentucky,
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Anotamos complacidas la me-
jora de la seorita Mara Te-
resa Galindo. quien durante va-
rios da guard cama en su re-
sidencia.
Bienvenida
Se encuentra entre nosotros
procedente de la Academia Mi-
litar de Riverside. Georgia el
simptico joven Julito Cava-
lelro Blanco, grata estada le de-
seamos duran sus vacaciones.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Amalla G. de Novey.
Sra. Ins Maria A. de de la
Guardia.
8ra. Constance de Caldern.
Sra. Cecilia de R. de Arose-
mena.
Sr. Narclsa M. de Linares.
Sra. Rosina de Snchez.
Sra. Evella C. de Newmann.
Srta. Olga Rosa Herrera.
Sr. Rogelio Halphen Aizpura
Sr. Pedro Carbonell T.
Sr. Jos Alvarez Lamosa.
Nia Julieta Isabel Fbrega
Arlas.
Nia Itzel Susana Sols.
ifla Diamantina Wong Gul-
zado.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Ester T. de Eskildsen.
Sra. Angela R. de Gonzlez
Revilla.
Sra. Marta F. de Lavergno.
Sra Chela Ch. de Alfaro.
Srta. Ors Graciela Stanzioia
Garca.
Nia Graclelin de la Guardia
Grajales.
Tomarn medidas en
Francia para que no
ocurran choques
PARIS, Junio 15 (UPl Es-
feras autorizadas informaron
que el Gobierno francs ha ui-
denado a la polica que tom
"medidas extraordinarias" de
precaucin para impedir que o-
curran choques entri comunis-
tas y partidarios del General
Charles De Gaulle despus de
las elecciones generales que se
celebrarn el domingo.
Las autoridades ordenaron
que se mantegan en estado de
preparacin a las poderosas
fuerzas de Polica despus que
ios comunistas lanzaron una se-
rle de acusaciones en el sc.i-
tido de que De Gaulle y us
| tiirtidarios proyectaban concen-
trarse con "carros blindado."
en la Avenida de ios Campes E-
liseos el Lunes por la tarde.
El rgano oficial del Partido
Comunista Francs, "L'Huma-
n!t" dijo que los partidarios
de De Gaulle actuaran con el
apoyo de Jean Bay lot, Prefecto
ce Polica de Pars.
Las esferas de Polica se ne-
garon a revelar las medidas '!j
precaucin tomadas, pero Us
calificaron de 'extraordinarias".
| Eto, indudablemente, quiere J-
clr que los millares de miem-
bros de la Polica y de la Guar-
dia Republicana estarn pre-
parados para evitar un choque
entre los comunistas y DeGau-
lilstas.
Derrotados ayer f n monos
varios lderes
universitarios
Es motivo de hondo y significa-
tivo placer, el anunciar la cul-
minacin de los estudios de la
culta'y espiritual Seorita Silesia
Cecilia Zerr Bernaschina, que
despus de nueve aos de supe-
racin constante en la acredita-
da Universidad de Berkeley, Ca-
lifornia, recibi su titulo d Re-
laciones Internacionales.
Por su consagracin al estudio,
la Srta. Zerr, se ha hecho acre-
dora a una de las ms altas dis-
tinciones al pertenecer a la Fra-'
ternidad Alpha Beta Phl.
Al registrar tan significativo
acontecimiento hacemos votos
Sr sn ventura personal, incitn-
ola a que continu por la senda
del estudio, base nica del xito
futuro.
Queremos hacer llegar tambin
nuestras felicitaciones a sus ab-
negados padres Lie. Luis T. Zerr
y la seora Natividad Bernas-
china.
Importante sesin
tiene la Sociedad
de Chiricanos hoy
La Sociedad Cvica de Chiri-
canos tendr una importante-
reunin sta noche a las oci.o
en el lugar de costumbre situa-
do en la Galle la Este y Aveni-
da Central en los altos de la
Una amarga sorpresa recibi
ayer en la Universidad Nacio-
nal el grupo de viejos dirigen-
tes del Colegio de Humanida-
des. La nmina H' de la Fa-
cultad de iloaofia. Letras y E-
ducacln (Ferguson, Daz,
Chong sufri una derrota en
toda la linea al surgir un gru-
po de oposicin que llev a las
urnas la nmina 'Hacha" con
una abrumadora mayora de vo-
tos.
Una intensa campaa de pro-
paganda en favor de esta n-
mina se desarroll durante las
24 horas anteriores a las elec-
ciones en la cual cooperaron
estudiantes de todos los aos
y todos los cursos de la Fa-
cultad.
Al momento de cerrarse las
urnas se hablan acercado a las
mesas de votacin casi el 90
por ciento de los votantes. In-
mediatamente el Jugado de la
Facultad de Filosofa, Letras y
Educacin integrado por el pro-
fesor Miguel Mejia Dutary, y los
estudiantes Erie Ramrez y De-
nla Ortiz, dio comienzo al re-
cuento de los votos, el cual du-
r aproximadamente 90 mlnu- I
tos.
A continuacin insertamos la
lista de los vencedores, inte-
grantes todos de la populari6i-
ma nmina "Hacha".
Junta Administrativa Prin-
cipal: Primo Gonzlez, 170 vo-
tos; suplente: Luzmil Gonzlez,
174 votos.
Consejo General Universita-
rio principales: Diva Mon-
tenegro 170 votos; Ral Apon-
te 154 votos. .
Suplentes: Carmen C. Lasso
188 votos; Selma Alvarado 168
votos.
Junta de Faculta Princi-
pales- Fabin Gutirrez 164 vo-
tos; Ricaurte (Catn) Vsquez
167 votos.
Suplentes: Carlos Vas 158 vo-
tos; Flix Figueroa 157 votos.
Bolsa del Brillante.
En vista que se tratarn de a-
suntos de mucha importancia
para la buena marcha de la So-
ciedad se ruega puntual asis-
tencia a todos los socios.
gado.
Las batidas comenzaron me-
nos de doce horas despus de
haberse terminado la investiga-
cin de tres das sobre el trfi-
co ilegal de narcticos en Nue-
Va York, la cual estableci que
i ms de 8.000 Jvenes tmujci-s
y hombres) menores de 21 aos
> efe sta ciudad son adictos a la*
' erogas.
La Polica efectu batidas en
! Manhattan, Brooklyn y el Brun,
y la mayora d los jvenes se
; entregaron sin ofrecer resu-
I tencia.
8in embargo, cinco detective
se vieron en apuros en Park A-
I venue cuando dos de ellos, nu-
cindose pasar por adictos le
i compraron clneo cpsulas de
I herona a un Joven que fu 1-
identlficado como Marcelino Flo-
|res. de 21 aos de edad. Flores
; fo arrestado cuando se deluvo
* hablar.con unos hombres. TJ-
no de los hombres le peg a un
, detective en la cara y otros tra-
taron de rescatar a Flores.
Los trabajadores argentinos
hablan de derramar sangre y
levantar horcas en ese pas
BUENOS AIRES, junio 15.
tono violento la Confederacin
General del Trabajo previene
que puede derramarse sangre y
levantarse horcas en Argentina.
El comunicado fue dado a la
publicidad despus que los dia-
rlos peronistas "Critica" y "De-
mocracia" anunciaron la exis-
tencia de un supuesto complot
reaccionarlo Imperialista para
derrocar al" Gobierno de Pern.
La COT dice que la "clase
trabajadora est lista a defen-
der sus derechos en todos los
frentes y con todos los me-
dios, cualquiera que sea la fuer-
za a que tenga que hacer fren-
te".
Aade el comunicado de la
CGT que ha estado vigilando
"las nefastas maniobras de los
enemigos de la revolucin Jus-
ticiallsta".
Dice luego que polticos des-***
prestigiados, elementos despla-
zados, representantes de ideolo-
gas extremistas y sobre tocic
agentes del Imperialismo que
ha visto arruinado su negocie -
como consecuencia de nuestra ,r
independencia econmica. s J
han dado la mano en infame
maridaje para luchar contra el "T
actual rgimen".
Agrega que esos elementor
han recurrido a "calumnias, ru- '
mores e intrigas injustificadas,
a las huelgas de sabotaje y a
falsos movimientos estudlanti- '
les".
Afirma que los acontecimien-
tos muestran "la existencia cl<
I un plan perfectamente precon-
cebido y audazmente ejecutado"1
I para tratar de derrocar el rgi-
I men existente y destruir las 1
conquistas de los trabajadores".,

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MANTECA........ .........30lb.
SAI....................41/3 POR0I0S.................M.
CAFE....................TSflb.
ARVEJAS............ ...IZVlb.
MANTEQUILLA..............73c Ib.
LECHE EVAPORADA........flala
CEBOLLAS.................VMta.
PAPEL HIGINICO.........7U rollo
JABN LAVASOL..........VM c/u
MACARRONES............W/rf .
CIGARRILLOS .........1 paquete
GELATINA........:... 10'< cajeta
Lo Vendemos A:
13c Ib.
2 lbs. por 23c
33c Ib.
5c Ib.
19c Ib.
75c Ib.
14c Ib.
75C Ib.
10c
k rollo
8 16c Ib.
17c paquete
12c cajeta
Ganancia:
2 clf. ((r bols)
j cts. Ib. (Ni para la bolsa)
2 cts. (para bolsa)
i de ct. (ni para la bolea)
3 cts. en Ib. (para la bolsa)
(U trae su bolsa)
4 cts. Ib. (para la bolsa)
2 cts.'por Ib. {para la bolsa)
{ centavo.
11 centavos para la bol-a.
j centavo en rollo.
| centavo en cada uno.
Ij centavo en libra.
I centavo en paquete.
IJ centavo en paquete.
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r nuivts, tipo oficina, a B.165.00.
Ocurro a "PORRAS" Avenida
Centrol 163.____________________
VACACIN IC0N9MICAI
MIAMI IIACM7 ate* 1.194.25
asojt, Traslados. Alejomlanto. Ex.
tursiones
MIW YORK diai 1.17.15
Pe*aj* en tren, Troslodos, Alo|aml*n-
to. Excursiones.
MEXICO 10 dial --' 1.121.00.
osojt, Traslados, Alojamiento, Ex-
cursiones.
PANAMA TOURS TP.AVIL SIRVICI
Ave. Tlvell No. 18. Panamo 2-2006.
..JE VENDEPequeo almacn Dalia I
Azul. Avenida Cantrol 164. |
% VENDE: -Bolonia marca "Tola
do" cot nutvo. de 1 5 Lbs. da ca-
pacidad, Avanlda Ancn No. 13.
SE VENDE:Acorden, 120 bajo.
Buenos condicionas, B. I 5.00. Co-
lla Mariano Arosemeno No .51,
Panami.
SE VENDE
Bienes Raiceo
CA. l LIMVRi Tal. 2.4112
VINOI IOT1I
Pili laklel *Im B.100.00
Manual B.15.00
Lotes con Callas y Acueductos da
la Ciudad desda B.1.00 al metro,
a Afilamos equipo pasado paro
movlmimto de tierra.
a Alquilarnos latas o taraos platea.
a Club ota Iotas. BJ 00 y 1.4.00
semanales.
Mndez y ZubieU ofrece en venta
acciones Abattoir.
SI~VENDE:Casa da modera, dos
plantas. Calla 22 Eite bis No. 17,
renta B.110.00. Precio 8.5-500.-
00. Centr.i da Blee** RMaae. Vio
Espaa No. 31. Tpl. 3-4512.
S VENDE:Por motivo vloja. an
Ave. Central No. 2.17, Colidcnio,
la refrasquerla La Victoria. Prado
da ocasin.
SE VENDE:GANGA! Contlno-res-
?au'nt?. hotel en Chorrera, pun-
to cntrico, nuroarosa dintelo.
Motivo viaje. Informas: Sra. Caldos
Oficina Pan American Airways.
SE VENDE:Por motiva da viola, un
comisoriato. Paro informes consl-
tase al Tal. 2-3357,
SE VENDE:Negocio de plomara
pora informes llame Ponomi 3-
0291, .lunas, despus de 11 :00 o.
SE VENDE;Nepoclo de Ponoderlo
y Abarrotero en Rio Abajo, I lomo-
do "Panadera Las Afueres". Buot-
no clientela y equipo completo.
Infrmase en la mismo Panadera o
en la Avenida Pobl Arosemena
No. 16.
3E VENCE:Cepillo Alemin, 16 pul-
gadas, 4 cuchillas, una radial, una
confiadora. Aserro Espinosa y
- Torres, telfono 3-0119.
SE NECESITA
General
Sfc VENCE: Maiclodora elctrica
paro hacer mtela pera bloques de
Concreto. Avenida 4 da Julio No.
t_5'-
jrfRICIAUOAOlt! Paro tiestos, toda
f> clase dulce*, bocadillos, cakes,
etc., estilo europeo. Porlok, Tal. 3-
2913.__________________________
SE VINOCCinco llantas 710 k 15
con sui tubo, ligeramente usados.
Toda per 1.75.00. Verlas en caso
2141-A. Calle Sexta. Curundu.
GANGA: Escritoras de 8.5.00 y B.
10.00 en la Sucursal de Almacenes
Martines, Calle Martin Sosa No. 3.
VENDQ llantas usadas 900 x 20, 750
x 20, mongueras, oir, ogua. Ge-
rnimo De Lo Oss* Intro.
Se recibirn hosto los 10:30 dr la
a maane del dig 20 de junio do
1951, propuestas sobre refacciones
' para mquina de cortar hierba
mareo "ColdwoH". Se podrn ob-
tener les formularios del despocho
del Superintendente de Almacenes,
Balboa, telfono 2-2111. y dal
I Almacn de Cristbal, telfono 3-
1265.
La CA Motion Pictures Service.
Quarry Hgts., ofrece para la vente
pl melor postor, un equipo de lm-
para Ampro, de proyeccin ARC
16 mm, compuesto de lmparas
ARC da alta intensidad, 2 proyec-
tores Ar.ipro. 2 plotoformos o|us-
ables. "switch" automtico de
cambios. 2 micrfonos. 3 juegos de
entes 2". 2 1 -2" y 3". 1 empiu
iicodor puede operarse en 25 o 60
icios. Propuestas cerradas se abri-
rn el Lunes Junio 25. 1951. 10
A. M. en el Central Offlea, CAAF
MPS, Quarry Heights, edificio No.
153. Este equipo, designado pora
pxhibicin de pelcula 16 mm po-
ro auditorio grande, especial pora
sjctivldodes sociales, de logias e
Iglesias. El me|or postor si na tiene
privilegio de entrada libre sobre
Impuestos, te evidencia da pago de derechos a la
aduana panamea. Lo CAAF MPS.
le reserva el derecho de rechaxar
una o todas las propuestas.
SE NECESITA:Cojera, buena pre-
sencia, presentarse cantina Chico's,
calla J, No. 15, 6 p. m. en ode-
lonte.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla II Oeete Na. 0*.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle H" Me. *7 Pieim
Ave. Ceatral H-Jle-Caa.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto de
tres alientos, propia para vala al
Interior, Tel. 2-0091.
SE VENDE:Auto Pontioc conver-
tible, 1947, adems piona morca
Winter, ambos en perfecta* condi
cieno*. Intormaet Avenida Justo
AroMmeno 75-A, Tel. 3-1086.
SE VENDE:ComkSr> Chevrolet es-
toco, modelo 1941 en muy bue-
nos condiciones. Veo seor Molt,
estacin Voider, Ave, A No. 117,
SE VENDE:BuicK Special 1941 en
buena condicin. B.200.00. Po-
I Inicial. Verlo Calle 44 E. No.
0. Tel. 3-2969.
SE VENDEMotivo de vioje. Lincoln
Sedan 1950, ear, Hydromatlc. Bue-
nos condicione* mecnicas, B.2..
ICO. Marcas Vlllarreol, 'Calla H
84. Tel. 2-1746,
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblado
B.6.00 por semana, pora hombre.
Avenida Lefevre. Parque Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto, en Hato Lo.
tana, primar alto. No. 3, uno a
dos hombres responsable.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para persona*
de buena* costumbres. Calle 5o,
No. 36 (alto*i. Ven* de 2 o 9 p.
m.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblodo,
fresco con balcn, para hombre
solo. Calle Colombia No. 8, apar*
tomento 5. Telefona 3-0338.
SE NECESITA: Pero Americono.
Cuarto can servicia y entrado in-
dependiante, sin muebles. Llamar
Corozol 4287.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
iE ALQUILAN:te*vrai*mow*o po-
ra oficina* leca** cntrico* art toe
alto* de Avanlda Control 44
prociM mdico.. SoHeften Wife.
mocin on Almeaanee 5 10 een-
SE ALQUIL/mLetal para oflcino
arriba del Teqtra Central.
SE ALQUILA:Lecel muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ra tallar, depetlte o garage. Para
informe H*ma al telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:.Lecel Comercial: Edi-
ficio moderno frente Plaza Santa
Ano, Compaa F. ICAZA, Aveni-
da 8 79.
SE ALQUILA: Locol grande poro
deposito en la calle S. Para infor-
mes Heme oficina Baquerizo. Tel.
3-0699.
SE ALQUILA:Local espaciase, e-
prepiado panadera, levndole, etc.
o depsitos en calle 5p. No. 38. In-
formes Ave. Per Np. 58.
SE ALQUILA:Locales de diferentes
tamaos, lugar cntrico y comer-
ciol, 'ddo Ci. Internacional de
Venta*. Calle 26 Este y Ave. Cu
ba. Ocurre mismo edificio Apto. 18,
C. Diaz, horas de oficina.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica nmero 1106
extendida n la Notara Pri-
mera del Circuito de Panamas
de fecha Junio 12 de 1951.
e comprado al seor Luis
Chue, Gonzlez su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
"La Felicidad", situado en la
Calle "O" No. 3 de la dudad
d Panam.
Panam. Junio 12 de 1951.
Julio Chu Delgado
AVISO
8J comercio y al pblico en
reral. de conformidad con
irticulo 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio, que por Escritura
Pblica 1118 de Junio 18. ex-
tendida en la Notara Prime-
ra del Circuito de Panam,
ha comprado al 6r. Len King
Choy, su establecimiento co-
mercial de Abarroteria y Re-
fresquera denominado "Nue-
TO Pedro Obarrio", situado en
S calle Redro de'Obarrio No.
. La. operacin se hizo libre
de teda deuda o gravamen.
Panam, Junio IB de 1851.
Toan Sia Law Nio
Cd. 47-59375
SE VENDE
Bote y Motores
SE VENDE:Cobina crucero 36 pies
(Huekins Fryer), reforzado por
motores Kermoth V-8, $1,200 gas-
todo en motores, tanques de gas.
soportes y accesorios. Necesita tra-
bajo de corpinterfq y mecnica.
Precio de fbrica $18.000. Deba
venderse. Mejor precio sobre $',-
000, motores y trosmisores valen
ms que eso. Se puede ver en Ma-
rine Railway. Balboa Yacht Club.
Abemathy. Tel. 83-6257.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Dos vitrinas, juego de
recmara, estufa, dos camas cunes
todo casi nuavo. Llame telfono 2-
1686. Calle Victoriano Lorenzo
No. 10.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora elctrica,
buenas condiciones B.40.00. ra-
dio d mesa General Electric B.30..
00, trastes, equipo de cocina. Ca-
sa 0763, Apto. F, Williomson
Ploce. Balboa.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
muebles. Hombre slo de buenas
costumbres. Responsable. Calle 6o.
Na. 19. ultima plio.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto ventilado con
o tin muib'es. Entrado indepen-
diente. Calle 46 Cesa 13. Apto, 4.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Empleada eeria y
responsable, que sepe trabajar. Es-
tudiante 75 Apta. 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con bue-
nas referencias. Calle 37 No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble para oficios de caso. Que sepa
cocinar y duerma en el trabajo.
Calle 30 No. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio y ventilado
apartamento. Calle Ricardo Arias
No. 8 Informas en los bajo*.
SEvALQUILA:Aportamenro da uno
recmara, sala-comedor. En Vlq
Balitarlo Porra*, final. Tal. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento do una
recmora, solo-comedor. En calle
30 No. 23. Tel. 2-1602.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
aeondleonodo, cata No. 5, Calle
le. Perejil. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento amo-
blado, dos recmaras, tola-come-
dor, porch. Colle 45 No. 34, Bello
Vlito.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de uno
recmara, tala-comedor, por tolo
B.55.00. En cell* la. No. 9, Tal.
2.1602.
SE ALQUILA: APARTAMENTOS:
Cmodos, ventilados, edificio mo-
derno, frente plaza Santa Ana.
Comparta F. ICAZA, Avenida 8
79.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento con a*.
raga. Colle 46 No. 27. Informase
apartamento No. 8.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento una
recmara. Calle 52 No. 18. Infor-
me* Apto. Na. 8.
SE ALQUILA. Apartamentos mo
derno* de do* recamare, tala-co-
medor, cocina amplia, balean pri-
vado y ozotea para tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurra C. Da, callo 25
Este y Ave. Cuba No. 15, Apto.
13, hare de olicino.
LECCIONES
LECCIONES, clases de piano, mto-
do moderno, se enea a alumnos
novatos y avanzados. Studio Ban-
na. Tel. 2-1282.
MISCELNEA
Agencia de Colocaciones- para Servi-
cio Domjlico, en Avenida B 73
telfono 2-1535.
-
AVISO AL PUBLICOOue lo Rifo de .
Billete* de la Extraordinaria que |
deba jugar el 17 de Junio 1951
ha sido pospuesta poro el 8 de Ju-
lio 1951. Cllmoco Pocheco.
SE COMPRA
SE NECESITA:Empleada sera pa-
ra el servicia.. Debe dormir en el
trabajo. Urbanizacin Campo Ala-
fre, Avenida Manual Icizo No. 18.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera y
una empleado para oficio* gen*,
roles de casa. Ocrrase a la cosa
No. 26 de le Ave. Monuel Ycc-
za en Campo Alegre.
SE COMPRA: Mesa y sillas paro
bar. Llomcr Tel. 2-2522 de 9 a.
rn. ___________^^___
PERDIDO
SE NECESITA:Empleada que lave.
planche1 y cocine bien, pora dos
persone*, Indispensable buenas re-
ferencias. Colle 44 Etta No. 22,
Apto. 3.
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SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA: Chalet, Urbaniza-
cin El Carmen. 2 recmaras, salo-
comedor, cocina, garage. Llamar
Tel. 3-0345.
SE ALQUILA:Residencio amoblada
con sala, comedor, tres recamar*!
tro* servicies sanitarios, tarraza
grande, des perches y jardn. El
Trbol, Central 70. Tel. 2-3004.
E VENDE:Estufa gas M quema-
dores con horno tamao de apar-
tamento buenas condiciones, ne-
cesita llmpier. $38.00- Tembin
cordal pora pescar. Llame 8|-
6257.
DE VENTAJuego completo de come-
dor de 11 piezas, caoba, tallodo o
mono por un ortitto Italiano, con
tapizado de cuero legitimo. El Valer
e de B.3,000.00, y el precie ac-
tual do 8.1.000.00. Puede pre-
guntar por l *n lo Avenid* Per
No. 89, en cualquier momento a
lo Sre. Castro.
*
CAMIONETA
WILLYS JEEP
de 4 y $ cilindros
* La ms econmica,
fuerte v prctica
para cualquier uso.
ca. cyrnos,
S.A.
Altada Nash-WiHys
PERDIDO:-Parra da cecarie blan-
ca can menchei negral y chece-
latei, en la carretero a Tacmen.
Avisa al teMteae 3-3120, grati-
ficacin.
SE COMPRA
SI COMPRA:$110 FRITO: (De-
rretido i de primera calidad o
8.0.17 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudad
da Ponomi. Se advierte que se re-
chaiora todo sebo de procedencia
extranjera o todo sebo nacional que
haya ido mexclgdo con sebo ex-
tranjero. CA. PANAMEA DI
ACEITES, S.A. Corretera del Aero-
puerto. Te". 3-1311
SE COMPRACOPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier cantidad de 8.200.00 la to-
neloda de 2.U00 libros netos, oien
limpio y seca, puesto y pesado en
nuestra planto do le ciudad de Pa-
nam, CA. PANAMfftA 01 ACU-
T, S.A. Aportado 1910 Ponom,
Tel. 3-1371.
La Barriada venci al
Granillo Jr. en el base
ball menor de S. Rita
En fuerte atropellada al fi-
nal del match los Jugadores de
la Barriada vencieron por 8-8
al Granulo Jr., ayer en la con-
tinuacin de la Justa de Base-
ball del Circuito Menor de la
Lia Santa Rtta en ti Estadio
Olmpico. L. Townsley result e
lanaador ganador al relevar en
el 6o. acto t> F. Delgado, des-
pus de haber permitido 2 ca-
rreraa an al quinto episodio y
S en al sexto acto; Townsley
detuvo la batera enrmlg. y
ios 3 pecados del cuadro Gra-
nlllero priv a R- Coparropa
ailr airoso en sta compromiso.
La Barriada obtuvo asi su pri-
mera victoria. 8. Bounting peg
un euadrangular en el cuarto
episodio.
La anotacin eondensada fu*
CHE
La larrlada ........... S
Granillo Jr........... S 4 S
La Liga anuncia para boy al
oartido entra Araetlly y Scar-
lets.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
ACEITE
ELDORADO
m
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONOMIC..
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
Oe Vtnio n
COMISARIATO
IELLA VISTA
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede aerle til ti la tiene
a mano en su eata o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
Avenida Central 27
Tel. 3-8140
Plvora Negra
Caja.....B 22.00
Barril.... 6.00
Cortadoras de hierba
de 18".. .B/ 14.75
Ricardo A. Mir.
S. A.
Callo 16 Este No. 4
Tala. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Callo IB Este Tel. 2-2680
Felpa para techos
Papel Crespn
on colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
do 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Avo. Norte No. 48
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
LA GARANTA
o La ms antigua,
a La mi acreditada.
o La do mayor stock.
SIEMPRE E SUS OBDENBS
BMO Ahajo 154Tel 1-OSM
Almacn Calle 'T #
Tal. 8-1188
"Pido al Concejo
O"
ai fu verdad que en los pocos meses de estar al frente de la
Alcalda ae hicieron ms obras qne las one pudieron hacer otros
funcionarios en cuatro aoa, nunca le solicit a contratista algu.
no comisiones en dinero o acetones. Slo me preocup por ha-
cer obras y me place que ya el pueblo las palpa, las reconoce y
puede establecer diferencias.
Todo el mundo en Panam sabe y conoce no an cuando
yo impart las ordenes pertinentes para que ae pintaran todas las
casas de la ciudad y sus aledaos. Jams solicit a las cosas con-
tratistas y a las expendedoras de pintura, directamente o por in-
termedio de terceras personas, comisin en dinero, acolnos, etc.,
etc.
Todo o mundo en Panam sabe y conoce quo an cuando el
Municipio invirti una fuerte suma on la pintora do su* propie-
d.dea (parques, ediflcioe, comenterioe, ote.) jams obtuvo ganan.
cias ilcitas y menos acept dinero por comisin, acolnos, ato.
Todo el mando en Panamo sabe y conoce que yo no vend
mis fallos y son ms de cuatro amigos mos loe que pueden afir-
mar que nunca por ayudarlos econmicamente, tore mi criterio
de hombro honrado.
Sin embargo on Panam todo el mundo sabe y conoce quie-
nes son los hombres capaces do taloa acciones.
Por oate medio pido y autorizo al Consejo Municipal, al Al.
calde actual, a mis enemigos gratuitos y a las autoridades com-
petentes que investiguen mi estado econmico porque estoy se-
Juro de que todas estas acusaciones ion hijas de la maldad y
el complejo de Inferioridad que las inspira.
Cuando aparezca el manifiesto contestar* todos y cada uno
de loa cargos quo se me hacen sin rasn y sin baso.
Por ahora basta y promoto al pblico panameo hacer un
anlisis del Comit Pro-Autonomla Municipal, Incluyendo todas
sus actividades, para que se percate de loa "nobles ideales" que
pregonan y defienden.
_____ NGEL VEGA MNDEZ.
A media noche
dies por ciento y una contribu-
cin de 35 centavos diarios por
marino para el fondo de vaca-
ciones. Tambin han podido la
formacin de un comit para
que estudie las "diferencias".
Los marinos quieren que los
armadores contribuyan con 50
centavos diarlos por marino pa-
ra el fondo de vacaciones.
Texto del
los oue doblan comparecer an-
te el Juez por la citacin he-
cha, se refugi en la Embaja-
da de Colombia en Lima y esa
embajada le prest asilo Inde-
bidamente.
3o.Desde el primer momen-
to el Gobierno ;echaz la pro-
cedencia del asilo, por cuanto
no poda admitir que iniciado
un proceso por los Tribunales
y, lo que es ms grave, tres me-
ses despus, se pretendiera, so
pretexto del asilo diplomtico,
limitar la soberana nacional,
entorpeciendo la accin de
de nuestros tribunales.
4o.El Per sostuvo la Impro-
cedencia del asilo porque ae ha-
bla producido en circunstancias
contrarias a lo estipulado en
la Convencin de La Habana
de 1928, nico vinculo jurdico
entre el Per y Colombia sobre
el particular.
5o.El Gobierno de Colom-
bia, en su. condicin de asilan-
te, sostuvo la procedencia del
asilo y exigi el otorgamiento
del salvoconducto para oue su
aliado saliera del territorio na-
cional. El Per rechaz la tesis
colombiano., se neg a otorgar
el salvoconducto, considerando
ilegal el asilo.
8o.El Gobierno sostuvo asi
la intangibllldad de la sobera-
na nacional en una de sus ma-
nifestaciones esenciales, como
es la accin de los tribunales
peruanos.
7o.No habiendo acuerdo po-,
slble entre las tesis contrarias
sostenidas por el Per y por
Colombia, propuso el Per so-
meter la diferencia a la re-
solucin de la Corte Internacio-
nal de Justicia.
8o.La Corte expidi senten-
cia el 20 de noviembre de 1S50,
rechazando la demanda colom-
biana que pedia el salvocon-
ducto y declarando fundada la
reconvencin peruana al sos-
tener que el asilo era ilegal por
ser contrario a la Convencin
de La Habana de 1928. La mta-
ma sentencie, en sus conside-
randos, establelo que el asilo
no poda contrarrestar la Ju-
risdiccin territorial. El Per
obtuvo asi una victoria total y
definitiva, pues no solo con-
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lgulo que se rechazara la de-
manda colombiana, sino que ae
declar lundada su contra-de-
manda, consistente en la tesis
de que el asilo concedido era
Ilegal.
o.An cuando la sentencia
era clara y terminante, Colom-
bia pidi inmediatamente acla-
racin, que fue desechada por
la Corte. El Gobierno del Pe-
r solicit la entrega del re-
fugiado, por considerar que el
procedimiento ms rpido y e-
lectlvo para cumplir la senten-
cia, puesto que no se otorga-
rla el salvoconducto y era ne-
cesario poner trmino al asilo
declarado Ilegal.
10o.enlomla Invoc el Tra-
tado celebrado con el Per el
ao 1934 y pidi a la Corte
que sealara el modo de ejecu-
tar la sentencia. El Per, res-
petando ti texto del Tratado
Invocado, concurri a la Corte
en espera de que el Tribunal
Indicara a Colombia el proce-
dimiento que deba seguir pa-
ra poner m al asilo.
lio.La nueva sentencia ex-
iedlda por la Corte, y que has-
a este momento solo so cono-
ce por el texto de los despa-
chos cablegrafieos, reafirma la
tesis peruana.
12o.La sentencie de 20 de
noviembre de 1950 queda vi-
gente en todas sus partes, por
su condicin de cosa juzgada
que ni la misma Corte puede
alterar pi modificar. En conse-
cuencia, el asilo ss ilegal, y el
Per no est obligado a otor-
gar salvoconducto pata que el
refugiado salga del territorio
nacional.
13o.Pero la nueva Resolu-
cin de la Corte es ms expl-
cita que la anterior puesto que
habiendo ya sido declarado ile-
gal el asilo, expresa, que ese
asilo dobl cesar Inmediata-
mente despus de dictada la
sentencia el 20 de Noviembre de
1950; que el asilo debe cesar; y,
por ]o tanto, el Per tiene de-
recho a exigir que Colombia le
ponga fin,
14o.Quedan vigentes todas
las declaraciones de los fallos
a que se ha hecho referencia
en los prrafos anteriores y en
cuanto a la entrega del refu-
giado la Corte declara que por
falta de disposicin expresa en
la convencin de La Habana de
1928. Colombia no est obligada
a efectuarla y porque estima,
adems, que esa entrega no es
el nico procedimiento para po-
ner fin al asilo cuya necesaria
terminacin ordena.
15o Como consecuencia
de todo lo expuesto, la Corte
Internacional de Justicia esta-
blece:
Que el Per no est obligado
B otorgar salvoconducto para
que el refugalo salga del terri-
torio nacional.
Que el asilo es ilegal por ser
contrario a la Convencin de La
Habana de 1928: que dobl ce-
sar el 20 de Noviembre de i960;
que debe cesar y, por lo tanto,
3uo el QcMerno del Per tiene
erecho a exigir su cesacin
Inmediata.
ISOConforme a lo resuelto
por la Corte, Colombia se en-
cuentra en falta por mantener
basta hoy ol asilo quo otorg
indebidamente y que tuvo la
obligacin de hacerlo cesar des-
de el 20 de Noviembre de 1950,
fecha de la primera sentencia
Incumbe pues al Gobierno do
ese pais .la responsabilidad de
tal proceder ilegal contrario a
lo resuelto en la sentencia tan-
tas veces mencionada del 20 de
Noviembre de 1880 y que hoy
se ratifica en forma expresa en
1 fallo ltimo.
17o,El Gobierno del Per de-
clara que, de conformidad con
la sentencia de la Corte Inter-
nacional de Justicia, no se otor-
gar salvoconducto para que el
refugiado salga del terrltoric
nacional y ejercitar su reco-
nocido derecho para exigir la
cesacin del asilo.
Lima, 14 de Junio de 1051.
Sin confirmar la
exigencias de Irn de que se le
entregaran los libros do la oom-
Cia en Abadan para colectar
edlatamente el 75 por ciento
de las entradas de la compaa.
La Embalada Britnica adujo
que no habla sabido nada de este
ultimatum o de que el Embajador
Britnico, sir Franota Shepherd
tendra una conferencia con el
Premier Mohamed Mossadegh.
La Embajada tambin dijo que
no haba odo nada sobre el a-
rresto de 19 britnicos acusados
en Abadan de "entrada ilegal al
pata".
Ms revelaciones
El Teniente Bemad M. Boy-'
lan, Jefe del Escuadrn de Nar-
cticos de Nueva York, decitr)
'iue l cree que existen mo do
8 000 Jvenes adictos al nan-J
tico en Nueva York, unos mil
ms de los que se tenia calcu-i
Jado. -
El Fiscal Nathaniel Goldstein i
clausur las investigaciones de
tres das sobre narcticos, perol
dijo que stas eran tan slo "la I
primera fase de la Investigacin
sobre narcticos del Estado", r
recomendar a la legislatura,
que tome accin para asegutar
un control adecuado de loe n*r-i
ctlcos. |
La joven saxofontata relat ti-
na srdida historia sobro la,
prostitucin protegida por is>|
polica, muchachas que fuman,
marihuana y opio y el enorme)i
costo de mantener el "huito".i
Siendo una gran msico, lav
joven dijo qua ganaba 246 <6
lares semanales tocando el su-1
xfn. el bajo y el cello y Uai
bajando como compositora y a-!
rregladora de partituras.
'Considera usted que se dl
noro no era suficiente para a*
bastecerla de narcticos?", lo
preguntaron
"No, no era suficiente. ..Yo
gastaba un promedio de 200 b-'
lares semanales en narcticos",]
La joven duo que so habla Sin-,
duado en la escuela superior dO|
Brockton, Mass., asistiendo lue-
go al Colegio Oberlin en Ohio y,
despus al Colegio Emanuel pa-i
ra mujere.
Continu diciendo que haba'
adquirido el vicio mientras es-
taba en el Ejrcito. Haba esta-'
do sufriendo de los rones y
le haban aplicado la droga*
"demoral". Ms tarde haba co-,
nienzado a hacer uso de la nu-r.,
ina. Estuvo un tiempo en el.
Hospital Federal de Lexington,,
Kentucky, sometindose a un1
tratamiento para quitarse ei vi-t
co, pero se habla salido gciav
semanas despus debido a las
ansias de drogas.
Dijo que a Un de conseguir
ms dinero para comprar nar->
otlcos se habla convertido en1
prostituta y dio el nombre do'
un hotel en Harlem que dijo e-
m "slo para la prostitucin''
"Este hotel no es para otisf
cosa", dijo. "Y est protegido/'
por la Polica. Hay un polica o^1
particular que llega all toaasj
las noonos a las siete u oohoj
de la ocha y so va cuando t<.r-(
mina su guardia. Nosotros le,
llamamos "Smltty". y cuaii
no est en servido contina.
yendo all pues las mujeres y
alcahuetea le dan propinas". I
La Polica dijo que haban!
estado trabajando en caaos ;)-,
recidos y que al se le daba pu-
blicidad a las declaraciones do
la joven entorpeceran sujator.
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Luis Procuna
Fue Cogido En
Una Corrida
MADRID, Junio 15 (UP).Eli
torero mexicano Luis Procuna
fu cogido gravemente por el;
segundo toro en la Plaza Ven-
tai al ejecutar la faena de mu-:
lote. Durante una hora se 10
cur en la enfermera de \%\\
plaza el doctor Jimnez Guinea, i
pasando despus on una am* i
bulancla al Sanatorio de la Mi-11
lagrosa. 11
Guinea ha calificado la co-i
gld como grave.
Luis Procuna alternaba com I
paco Muftos y el portugus Dos'l
Santos. Presenta tres heridas'
profundas. Una en el tercio auV
perlor del muslo izquierdo, otra11
interesa un solo bleep y una
tercera herida en la regin ge-1
niana.
Sam Snead a la
cabeza del torneo
de golf nacional
BIRMIGHAM, Junio 15 (UP)
San Snead se puse al
frente del campeonato na-
cional abierto de golf con 7L
uno sobre par despus de ha-
cer 34 y 37 logrando la mejor
anotacin de la primera vuel-
ta on loa 51 aoa que viene
efectundose esta competen-
cia.
El rgentino Roberto de VI-
censo eon SB y 38 para 75
cinco sobre par qued en bas-
tante buen lugar teniendo en
cuenta que gran nmero do
los 162 oarticipantes queda-
ron con anotacin de ms do
La cancha del Oakland Hills
del Country Club es conside-
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grar terminar un par m ba-
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Reunin de ex-AIumnsa
Las Asociacin- de ex-Alum-
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Mara Inmaculada, tendr ma-
ana sbado a las i p.m. en el
Aula Mxima del Colegio, un
reunin general muy Importan-
te para nombrar nueva directi-
va. Se cita por este medio, y se
espora la puntual asistencia de
todas las soclas.
Matrimonio Cartes-Velsques
El seor Fabriclo Velsquez y
seora Maria Luisa B. de Ve-
lasquez estn participando el
matrimonio de su hija, seorita
Mary Velsquez, con el Ing. Ed-
gardo Caries, hijo de] seor Ru-
bn O. Caries y seora 8ixta G.
de Caries, acto que se verlvca-
r el sbado 23 del presente, a
las 0 p.m. en la Iglesia de Cris-
to Hoy.
Cambio de Residencia
El Cnsul General y Secreta-
rlo de la Embajada de Costa Ri-
ca* sepr Gerardo Jimnez y
seora Ada de Jimnez, han
trasladado su residencia en la
Ave. Bellsarlo Porras No. uo,
en donde se ponen a las rde-
nes de sus amistades.
Las elecciones francesas pueden
ser decisivas para el mundo
motivo de la reforma electoral. Mista o ana coalicin modera*
parece frustrada una ve?; ms, I da logre obtener una clara vio
a menos que el partido degau-1 torta.
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TOPEKAS, Kansas, Junio 16
libre afrontar y vencer el ti-
lo de la agresin comunista, ba
expresado el Secretario del E-
Jrclto, frank Pace.
El Secretario Pace maotfcAt
a los miembros de la 39a. Dtvl
sln en su reunin anual aqu el
sbado, que los Estados Uniuos
estn forjando su fueraa, no pa-
la adquirir tierras de otros pa-
ses, sino para preservar la puz
y ayudar a las otras naciones
'.lbres a resistir la agresin.
Pace dijo que las naciones *ue
muestran debilidad en la par
invitan a las guerras de aga-
Mn. Indic que la agresin cj-
munista haba sido determina-
oa en Berln y Grecia y aora
lo ea en Corea.
Los Estados Unidos, agreg,
deben ayudar a sus amigos, por
3ue no puede permanecer ara-
os. Hlso notar el Secreta r.c
Face el esfuerzo revltalizador
que para Europa ha sido el
Plan Marshal).
Ms de veinticinco millones
de franceses depositarn sus
votos en las urnas el Domingo
Por Crestn B. MuIIIns
(NANA)
go' _a-**' 11 HI
Se presen tora para
la prensa la cinta
"Toros Bravos"
En la, maana del .sbado a
las 10, se presentar la comen-
tada oelicula "Toros Bravos"
en el Teatro Lux para la pren-
sa. Para este estreno existe gran
Inters, ya que "Toros Bravos"
es una pelcula que ha sido
muy bien acogida por la criti-
ca taurina y que tiene entre
sus actores a verdaderos valo-
res artsticos como Mel Fe-
rrer y Mlroslava.

\P \ t
PARIS, Junio 18 (EPS).
Francia ir el domingo prximo
a unas elecciones generales que
pueden ser decisivas para el fu-
turo no slo de ese pas sino
tambin del resto de Europa y
hasta del mundo.
Los electores franceses vein-
ticinco millones o ms eligi-
rn una Asamblea Nacional de
seiscientos veintisiete diputados,
bajo un nuevo sistema electo-
ral calculado para arrojar a
-los comunistas de su, posicin
como partido, ms grande an la
legislatura.

Los comunistas obtuvieron 6
millonea de votoa en las elec-
ciones de 1W8. las primeras
efectuadas bajo la Constitucin
de la Cuarta Repblica. Esto
les dio derecho a ciento ochen-
ta y siete cumies en la Asam-
blea, ms que cualquiera otro
partido pero han sido excluidos
del Gobierno desde 1047. Se
espera que en las elecciones del
domingo pierdan cerca de la
mitad de sus asientos. Pero ellos
confian en aumentar el nmero
de votos populares, y si lo lo-
gran, no hay duda de que po-
drn causar serias molestias.
En el otro extremo del cua-
dro politico estn, el general
Charles de Oaulle y su "Reu-
nin del Pueblo Francs", or-
ganizada en 1648, por lo cual
no tiene diputados en la Asam-
blea actual. Tiene muchos ad-
herentes, especialmente entre el
movimiento republlcano-catll-
co-popular. Los observadores
creen que De Oaulle obtendr,.
de ciento sesenta a ciento o- ffiSIZJl
tendr la mayora de la Asam-
blea, a la cual no es candida-
to. Espera tambin, si su parti-
do gana, cambiar la Constitu-
cin, para dar poderes ms
grandes al Presidente de la Re-
pblica, y confa, por supues-
to, en que l sera el nuevo
Presidente, cargo que ya ocup
provisionalmente antes de Inau-
gurarse la Cuarta Repblica en
noviembre de 1948.
El partido del general De
Oaulle es nacionalista, deseoso
de promover el rearme de Fran-
cia a un nivel de cuarenta di-
visiones listas para el comba-
te, extremadamente anticomu-
nista y a favor del Pacto del
Atlntico y de la alianza con
los Estados Unidos.
Pero ue Oaulle, si llegara >
esta/ en condiciones de tratar
de Imponer sus ideas, podra
ser un factor perturbador en la
Alianza Atlntica, exigiendo pa-
ra Francia un papel ms lm-
Personas Que Pasan De
Los 40 Aim One Han
Perdido El Vtor y La
Vitalidad
Ui alujare y la aeaiaraa, parfulrmeee
lee b!, eue wlm eue li eadi-
ende U Matura y lee preoaupeoaee delua-
bajo de la aituaaMa evdala*, tieaaa t la
auno uo remad que, aunque eeeclUo, aa po-
*N*ay naiMHed da qua lid. piard. la
arfU, aa soasa MiSnaM. ee pon., lerdo,
ueniueu, y pea no cae. enter ianaaHe
meada) deberte llall ai ev ewjor eeude
[a.
Marcha U euard(e.eoo lea aula ea
portante que el que se le ha
designado en el comando de la
misma, tanto en el continente
como en el Mediterrneo.
Entre los comunistas en la
extrema Izquierda y los degau-
lllstas en la extrema derecha
hay un conglomerado de parti-
dos cuya nica oportunidad de
llegar al gobierno consiste en
una coalicin. La nueva ley
electoral ha hecho que se unan
los otros tres partidos impor-
tantes: socialistas, radico socia-
listas, loa catlicos populares.
Una alianza slida de estos tres
grupos puede obtener, a Juicio
de los observadores, alrededor
de doscientos treinta asientos
en la Asamblea.
Los socialistas estn encabe-
zados por Jumes Moch, actual
ministro de defensa nacional,
violentamente antlcomunlsta y
antlalemn.
Los catlicos populares son
dirigidos por Robert Schuman,
ministro qe relaciones exterio-
res y autor del plan que lleva
su nombre, a la vez que pode-
roso partidario de la reconci-
liacin con Alemania. Be cree
que este movimiento perder
bastantes de sus afiliados, que
votarn por los candidatos de-
gaulllstas.
El radlcalsociallsmo est en-
cabezado por Edoaurd Daladler
y Edouard Herrlot. Fue'un par-
tido muy ooderoso antes de
la guerra. Su estrella naciente
es Henri Queuille. ya que su
jefatura ^de gobierno durante
trece meses- ha establecido un
'record" en la Francia de la
portguerra.
La bsqueda Incesante de es-
tabilidad poltica, que fue el
(Para.
egatof
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eue d. klerrortRK.
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ROBERTO MORALES y su Conjunte ele bellas y esculturales modelos en la interpretacin
de "EL CUMVANCHERO". rumba del ritmo cadencioso y del movimiento electrizante. Un
vestuario especial para este nmero que ts una creacin del coregrafo y director Roberto
Moralee.
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programa completamente variado.
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lucho Tapia, el mejor ador panameo,
en la H.O.A. ^
Quin no lo conoce? Actor de
elido prestigio, que con su mag-
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que presenta la Compaa de
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".-30 de la noche. Lucho, gloria
dl teatro y la radio nacional,
es! sin lugar a dudas el mejor
actor panameo y una valiosa
adquisicin, de la Red Paname-
ricana.
.2
Novedoso concurso
ha iniciado aqu
el Teatro Central
El Teatro Central, sin lugar
a eludas la mejor sala cinema-
togrfica He la Repblica y de
Centro Amrica, acaba de ini-
'la indecisin en el conflicto
de Corea provocar la tercera
guerra mundial/' dijo MacArthur
AUSTIN, Tejas, junio 15 (UP)
' El -General Douglas MacAr-
ciar un original y novedoso ih.r afirm" que "ef med'io ms
concurso denominado "La Isla seguro de garantizar una tor-
del Tesoro". I cera .guerra mundial es perml-
p.-.i,,. .... --.-.,,..- _. _j tlr que el conflicto de Corea
Consiste este concurso en ad- --,-.,;*.. in,wi.n tnri.rtni.io_
contine
mente".
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HOY VIERNES
El Hijo Perdido
dramatizacln. cortesa de
Avena Quaker
Conjunto Mayo
de Rene Santos
Noticiero Pereira
Dedicatorias
Vibraciones del Aire
Con Nacho Valds
La Cancionera
Sentimental
con Kerlma Galstica
Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacln RPA
Sus canciones preieridas
Con Fia vio Garcia
acompaa Lucho Muo/
cortesa Floristera Valvn
Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Crt. Ron Carta Vieja
Mi Marido. Dramafuacin
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
Pginas de Amor
Dramatizacln
Cort. El guila Imperial
La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
Genoveva. Dramatization
Cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
La Vos Baja
con Anlta VUlalaz
Cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
Serenata de las Americas
con Sols y Gmez
Esta tierra y sus hombres
Francia y su msica
Grandes artistas
E' Hit Musical de Hoy
Msica favorita
Delito de Estafa
programa BBC
Cancionero nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Buenas noches
MARAA SBADO
Buenos Das
Almanaque de la
Panamericana.
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca internacional
Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Da
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El Mundo del Vals
Mambolandla
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "Sparton"
Intermedio variado
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
Estampas mexicanas
Carrera
Aires colombianos
El 20 llegar a
Estados Unidos el
Pdte. Galo Plaza
WASHINGTON, junio 15 (UP)
La tradicin diplomatic., ce
litados Unidos'de Tratar iguai
a los pases grandes y chicos
iievalecer en el reciolmieu'.u
ai Presidente del Ecuador, G&io
.laza, quien llegar en visita 0-
liclal el 20 de Junio
El Itinerario oficial y extrae-
ficlal en Washington y Nuca
York es tan completo como lo
m el del Presidente de Francia
Vicente Auilol el ltimo vlsUi.-
le presidenclaL
A la llegada al Aeropuerto
Nacional de Washington a as
3 de la tarde del 20 de Junio.
Plaza ser recibido por el Presi-
dente Truman. En su ruta a la
Casa Blalr residencia pre_i-
uencial mientras se reconstru-
ye la Casa Blanca le da.n
ia bienvenida y las llaves de ia
ciudad los Comisionados del
L/istrlto de Columbia.
La misma noche, el Pre.icle:.-
le Truman dar un banquete c.
iionor de Plaza y Sra. en el H>
tel Carlton, y siguiendo la tra-
dicin stos pasarn la primeva
noche en la Casa Blalr.
El amplio aspecto nacional to
l_ bienvenida se demostrara en
la sesin mixta del Congreso el
Oa 21 a las 12:30 del da en qje
el Presidente Plaza pronuncia-
ra un di.sfiir.so. y algunos cree".
c,ue hablar en Ingls, el cual
domina a la perfeccin.
La misma tarde el Presidente
Plaza y su squito visitaran
Mount Vernon para depositen
una corona en la tumba del pri-
mer Presidente de Estados Uni-
cios. George Washington, y de--
06* rendirn- el mismo tributo
en la tumba del Soldado Dc.co-
uocido en el Cementerio Nacio-
nal de Arlington.
A las cinco de la tarde 'Pla-'i
y seora recibirn a los ecuato-
jianrjs en Washington en la s--rt
bajada y a las ocho de. la nuche
el Secretario de Estado. Dear.
Acheson. les dar un banquete
en la' Casa Anderson, en donde
fiecuentemente se agasajan R
los huespedes oficiales impor-
tantes.
quirir una llave en cualesquie-
ra de las casas comerciales que
aparecen en el aviso clasificado
del Teatro Central y que apa-
rece en este mismo peridico en
seccin aparte e ir al Lobby
del Teatro Central a abrir el
cofre de la "Isla del Tesoro" y
ganarse completamente gratis:
"Un viaje de Ida y regreso a
Costa Rica", una batidora e-
lctrlca, perfumes, lmparas, ja-
rrones finos, una cama fotogr-
fica, rdenes para diferentes
casas comerciales, planchas,
plumas de fuente, finos collares,
alhajas valiosas, Una tostadora
elctrica de las mejores, en fin,
numerosos premios que suman I **> 9o11"** es defendida basndose en que
un total de B. 1,000.00. 'si nuestra reaccin militar es
MacArthur habl en la sesin
mixta de la Legislatura de Te-
jas, como culminacin > de su
desfile por las calles de Austin,
durante el cual 25,000 personas
o ms lo aclamaron en la Inau-
guracin de su viaje de cuatro
das a Tejas
El Oeneral habl en la esca-
linata principal del Capitolio de
este Estado, despus de recibir
una gran ovacin al acercarse
al atril a saludar a la multi-
tud.
MacArthur dijo que "la ac-
convencional y llevamos la gue-
rra al enemigo de manera cal-
culada para destruir su capaci-
dad para nuestros hijos y a-
quellos cuya proteccin hemos
asumido, Incurriremos en la ira
de los soviticos y provocare-
mos el lanzamiento del mundo
a la guerra. Ningn argumen-
to puede ser ms falaz".
Comparando la situacin de
Corea con un cncer, dijo que
la nica curacin segura es
"una operacin mayor". Dijo
que "de no adoptar tal medida
decisiva como en el cncer
slo invitaramos a la infeccin
de todo el slsiema sanguneo.
Sin embargo, el actual plan
de defensa pasiva prev la con-
tinuacin indefinida de una pa-
ralizacin indecisa, con sus pr-
didas acumuladas con la vana
esperanza de que el enemigo
acabe causndose y dando fin
Resolucin de la
Gobernacin es
inconstitucional
Por sentencia firmada hoy por
la Honorable Corte Suprema de
Justicia, se decidi una deman-
da interpuesta por el abogado
local Carlos Rangel, declarando
inconstitucional una Resolucin
de la Gobernacin de Panam
por la cual se neg a la Seora
A. Cohen de Acrlch el derecho
a portar pasaporte panameo
por considerar el Gobierno que
esta persona no haba adquirido
la nacionalidad panamea como
esposa de un naturalizado pana-
meo segn dispone el artculo
168 del Cdigo Administrativo.
La Corte Suprema estima en
su sqntencla que desconocer los
efectos jurdicos de ese artculo,
Por estrecho margen el lder
Nacionalista De Valera asume
otra vez el Poder en Irlanda
Bastante inters ha despertado el concurso
"La Isla del Tesoro" del Teatro Central
Con esta llave, que puede obtener en uno de los alma-
cenes clasificados en el anuncio del Teatro Central, pue-
I de Ud. abrir el 'TESORO" que hay enterrado en el lobby
del Teatro Central, y ganarse un buen premio como un
I viaje a Costa Rica de ida y regreso, artculos varios elc-
tricos, perfumes selectos, joyas, plumas de fuentes y mu-
chos otros artculos que montan un total de ms de
B/1,000.00. Adquiera su llave y abra el tesoro hoy mismo!
NO PRIVE A SU
hija., de esta
informacin vital
... acerca de estos
hechos ntimo*
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
Localizan submarino
que se perdi con
75 tripulantes
LONDRES, junio 15. OJPV
El submarino britnico "Affray
que se perdi en el Canal de la
Mancha el 6 de Abril con 75
nombres a bordo, fu encoiu;--
1.0 de acuerdo con un anuncio
hecho en la Cmara de los Co-
munes.
L. J. Callahan, Secretario Pai
lamentarlo del Almiranteo,
dijo que el informe indica que
el "Affray" se encuentra oaio
200 pies de agua a unas 50 ii.<-
Uas l suroeste de la Isla ci.
Wight.
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADA
HOY
UNA DE LAS CINCO MEJORES
PELCULAS DEL MUNDO...
EL DRAMA DE...
Las Almas Perdidas en la Desventura y el Vicio...
ESTELA INDA MIGUEL INCLAN
ROBERTO CORO ALFONSO MEJIA, en
LOS OLVIDADOS
Para conservarse fresca y elegante durante el da
txnple 1* Colonia Lotm para el cutis y el cabello,
en el bao y en la rop. Emplee la a menudo y
la conservar fresca durante todo el da,
rodendola de una aureola de delicada fragancia.
YA R O L IY/c^ (ooyne
(Colon Lotus)
Hy tira Colonia Yardliy, ruluymule uno con el
delicado perfume Bond Strut.
TARDLir IS OLD BONO STREET LONbRI
Pueife ser que ia hlji no
treta preguntarlopero do
por rIN, la deje usted catarse un
insimula primero acerca de la
importancia que puede tener el
uso re la ducha, doa o trr* vece*
a la semana, para el aseo ntimo
de la mujer, para id talud, para
la conservacin de sus encantos
T Ia felicidad de au matrimonio.
Y no deje de aconsejarle que
escoja el Zomie para la duea.
Nqihi olro tipo de antisptico
liquido para la duchade entre
todoa los sometidos a una prueba
comparativa de laboratorioea
tan 1'onsRoso... al mismo tiempo
que tan Libre De Riesgo para los
lejidoa ms delicado* del cuerpo
1 humano!
Advirtala del peligro de con-
fiar para la "ducha en esas solu-
cione! dbiles, preparadas en la
casa, como el acua de sal: las
cuales No le ofrecen . No
l'i ijiEN ofrecerle en modo alguno
... Ia potente arcin geimiciJa y
./odorante de) Zonite. cuyo prin-
cipiodescubierto por un ciru-
jano de renombre universal y un.
qumico eminente seala una
poca en la historia de la anti-
sepsia t de la ciruga. El Zonite
contribuye a prevenir las infeccio-
nes porque mata inttantncamenlt
todos los microbios con que se
pone en contacto. Uaelo de acuer-
do con las direccionesy con U
frecuencia necesaria. Pero acos-
lumbrese a otarlo con regularidad
dos o tres vecet a la semana.
wife
I antisptico
personal
Para la h'iqlen*
i eme ni na
moderna

DEBUT!.,.DEBUT!...DEBUT!
CUARTETO MAYO
que integran:
RENE SANTOS, CARLOS GUEVARA,
WALDO GARCIA y CHUCHI MORENO
El ms formidable cuarteto panameo de voces
y guitarras, a las 3:45 de la tarde por
LA RED PANAMERICANA
1090 Kilociclos
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
a la agresin".
MacArthur declar que "los
defensores de la actual poltica
de vaco son las mismas per-
sonas "que repentinamente y
sin la mas pequea preparacin
o aparente consideracin de po-
tencialidades militares y polti-
cas, nos lanzaron al conflicto".
Primer
Premio
Festival
de
Venecia
1950.
HOY
Tandts:
3:M 4:45
6:50 9:00
p. m.
TEATRO LUX
'Aire-Acondicionado)
.SPECTACULAR!
GRANDIOSA!
EPOPEYICA!
Una leyenda de excepcional
belleza lrica y pico
dramatismo!
"LA CORONA
DE HIERRO"
DUBLIN. Junio 15. (UP).
Eamon de Valera regres al ve-
rier por el estrecho margen Se
cinco votos, nombrando un nue-
.0 Gabinete y sorprendiendo r,
todos al renunciar el puesto :lfl
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res, el cual ocup a la vez cue
ti Premier durante 18 aos na;-

cuya vigencia es indiscutible
adolece del vicio de inconstltu-
clonalldad por ser nicamente
la Corte Suprema de Justicia
quien puede pronunciarse sobre
esta materia y solamente con
efecto para el futuro.
Esta sentencia resuelve defi-
nitivamente la situacin de las
personas casadas con paname-
os que adquieran la nacionali-
dad panamea al contraer ma-
trimonio con un naturalizado
en virtud del mandato legal.
ta 1948.
De Valera fu nombrado Pie
nter por 74 votos contra 69,
dndole el puesto de Ministro
ce Relaciones Exteriores a uno
vt los principales dirigentes de
su partido el "Fianna Fail",
Frank Aiken.
De Valera combin las calie-
ras de Salud y Previsin SociJ
nombrando como Ministro a J.i-
jmes Ryan; tambin nombr a
Pean Lemass como Vice-Preni'.i-r
' y Ministro de Industria y Co-
< merclo. ~
Las otras carteras son las si-
guientes: Hacienda, Sean Me-
I Entee; Agricultura, Tom Wa_-.h;
Defensa. Osear Traynor; Ju_'.i-
itla, Gerry Boland; Educacin,
I Sean Moylan; Interior, Patrick
i Smith; correos y Telgrafo?.
Eiskine Cnilders; Territorios,
i'om Derring-
La Mejor Pelcula que se
ha hecho en Italia!
Producida por
ALESANDRO BLASETTI
(Creador de "Pablla")
- con -
Gino ( ei vi Massimo Girottl
Luisa Ferida Elisa Cegani
- y -
15,000 ACTORES MAS!
_______
PRXIMA SEMANA!
"BODA REAL"
Al Precio Popular de
*
50 c.
La Super-Produccln que
consagr a una Gran Artista t
CMNO
lMMW
- con ^
LETICIA PALMA
- y -
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
ELLA, hermosa, seductora
flor venenosa... I
...Que se burlaba de los hom-
bres, saciando insanos deseos
y ambiciones desmedidas...
Los dos se amaban y se te-
man, y. por eso no podan
separarse...
LETICIA PALMA interpreta
la inolvidable cancin "Hip-
crita" en que se inspir la pe-
lcula con que se revel!...
TEATRO EDISON
PRESENTA HOY
Despus de su triunfal jira por,el Interior... A peticin
del pblico se presentarn...
LAS MULATAS DE FUEGO'
en
"LA ESCUELA DEL MAMBO"
HOY 8:30 p.m. r Adems: 2 Buenas Pelculas!
SBADO! 11 P.M. FUNCIN ESPECIAL
DE MEDIANOCHE!
CON GRANDES PREMIOS PARA EL PUBLICO!
ni ni
TEATROS
PRESENTAN
- ^ PlEM
BELLA VISTA
Una Pelcula dt Violencia y Pasin!
rrauk LO VEJO Y Kathleen RY.YN, a
"LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
V A LAS 9:00 P. M.
RAUL IRIARTE orquesta
TEATRO LUX
LA MAS GRANDE PROtrUCCION
DEL CINE EUROPEO I
GINO
CERVI
LUISA
FERIDA
ELISA
CEGANI
"LA CORONA DE
HIERRO"
CENTRAL
JOHN GARFIELD y
PATRICIA NEAL,
Ofreciendo nuevas
cumbres de excita-,
clon sin limites I
' 'SU
ULTIMO
RECURSO'
TEATRO CECILIA
2PELICULAS AL.PRECIO.DE UNA! -
La hilaridad llevada a 1 pantalla!
Donald O'Connor Helena Carter, en
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
Adems; Jack Warner Dirk Bogarde. I
"LONDRES 99JT_________
TEATRO TROPICAL
Una pelcula de gran inters
y rauda accin!...
Mickey
ROONEY
Pat
O'BRIEN
- en -
j^LORIAj
TEATRO ENCANTO
Air Acondicionado
_ Gary Cooper Madeleine
Carroll, en
"EL GENERAL MURI
AL AMANECER"
. Ademii: -
Burl Lancaster, en
"LA HIJA DEL PECADOR
TEATRO TIVOLI
~DIA BE BANCO! B.lti.t
Gratia tea J O y IWpm.
Randolph Scott, en ''COLT .S"
Joseph Cotten. en
BAJO EL SIGNO DE
f-AfRirOBNIO'
TEATRO IRIS _
Enrique Mulo. en
"DE HOMBRE a HOMBRE"
Pedro Armendriz, en
"BODAS DE FUEGO"
V ARIEDADES
Una pelcula'
cruda y audaz'
'SUSANA"
Prohlhlda para Me^re^deU^ano-^
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"Contina*la Interesante Serie:
"LA CUADRILLA DEL
, DIABLO"
episodio* 3 y *
Adems:
"LA VENGANZA ES
DULCE"
La ln.iUda_MjterjoaV^
TEATRO VICTORIA
Pedro Infante, en
"MEXICANOS AL GRITO
DE GUERRA"
- y en -
"ANGELITOS NEGROS"
TEATRO EDISON
A LAS 8:30 P.M.
Presentacin de
"LAS MULATAS DE
FUEGO"
HSPANO_
~" Va i s a n "
- Ademas: -
PROVOCADORA'
VISTERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO-I
Tyrone Power, en'
"TIBURONES de ACERO"
Marie Windsor, en
"La Reina de los Ladrones*
PACIFICO
Boddy McDowell, en
-MAKES
SANGBWNTOS"
Ademas:
Derek Farr. en
'EL DESKBTOR'
IDEAL
-B Puerto *t Lea
rartaemaa"
Episodios 4 y S
. Adems: -
DOS PELCULAS!
APOLO
"Les 3 rhuntecea"
y "Vive asi Daacracta"
- Mariana! -
"Casa de Vecindad" y
"EL DEMONIO ES
UN NGEL"
3


VIERNES. JUNIO 15, INI
KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINE NLEY1
Irn dar preferencia en
las ventas de petrleo a
los antiguos compradores
TEHERAN, Junio 13 (UP)
Se revel que el Primer Minis-
tro Mahomed Mossadegh ha a-
sefurado al Presidente Trucan
que Irn dar preferencia, en
lo que a compra de petrleo *
refiere, a los antiguos client
de la Anglo-Iranian Company.
Mossadegh dio sa seguridad
en carta dirigida a Truman
contestando a la que le enviara
anteriormente el-Primer Magis-
trado norteamericano, en la
cual exhortada a Irn a parti-
cipar en las negociaciones para
la solucin del problema petto-
lero.
En la carta, cuyo texto se dio
a la publicidad, Mossadegh rec-
tor sus acusaciones de que los
agentes secretos de la Angio-I-
ranian Oil Company habian e-
Jercldo presin econmica para
fritar la mejora econmica de
este pais.
Al mismo tiempo, P. Drake,
Administrador de la Anglo-Ii'a-
man Oil Company declaro ti;
Kroramshahr. en donde se en-
cuentra las oficinas centrales Je
la empresa, que no reconoca la
autoridad de la comisin de la
' Compaa Nacional de Pei-
Se le desprende,
mueve o cae su
DENTADURA POSTIZA?
FIXODEKT (Fuleelh). un polvo mejo-
rado para polvorear las dentaduras posti-
zas, las mantiene mas firmemente en U
boca. No ne desprenden, mueven o caen.
FIXODF.N'Ti Fasteeth) no deja ninguna
sensacin pegajosa. Es alcalino (no-ci-
do i. No agria la boca. Contrarresta el
"olor a dentadura poetisa." Suaviza el
liento. Obtenga FIXODINT (Fasteeth)
n cualquier farmacia.
Sl-B
Lo ms tierno de
la mata para el
t ms delicioso
Tender
leaf
TEA '
' Personas que han dedi-
codo su vida a esta in-
dustria, escogen para us-
ted las hojas tnt tier-
nas de coda mata. Por
eso se llama "Tender
Leaf": "Hojas Tiernas".
A la regia seleccin se
debe la exquisitez de es-
tet.
Pida en las buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAF".
De venta en paquetes o
* en bolsitas filtrantes.
to de Irn", creada por el
Gobierno para dirigir la indus-
tria petrolera nacionalizada,
vara dirigir las actividades *-
milustrativas de la Anglo-Ua-
nlan.
Drake conferencia con ios
miembros de sa comisin y les
pidi que demoraran la incauta-
cin de ras Instalaciones de la
empresa hasta que l se hubie-
ra puesto en contacto con Lon-
dres o hasta que terminaran us
negociaciones con los represen-
tantes britnicos e iranios.
Kazem Hasslbi, considerado
como "cerebro director'" de lu
nacionalizacin de la industria
petrolera, Insisti en que in
desea continuar siendo amigo
de Oran Bretaa. Hasslbi dijo
que Irn necesita los servaos
de tcnicos britnicos, pero aa-
virtl que si Oran Bretaa re-
tira todo su personal tcnico, 'no
podemos hacer nada para ci-
tarlo, pero entonces Iran no i-
ti responsable por cualquier
consecuencia que pueda condu-
cir a una tercera cuerva
mundial".
mo d qm
Fueron derrotados
en Italia rojos
y socialistas
ROMA. Junto 15 (UP) Los
cmputos completos de las elec-
ciones que se celebraron a finw
ue la semana pasada, revelaron
anoche que los partidos anUc-
munistas italianos desplazaron
cel Gobierno a los comunlstaj v
socialistas del ala Izquierda en
cinco importantes capitales de
provincias y adquirieron el do-
minio de 17 de las 30 gran-lee
ciudades disputadas.
Los cmputos oficiales de las
elecciones de Consejos Provin-
ciales indicaron, empero, que el
comunismo ha aumentado sus
:uerzas desde las elecciones ge-
nerales de 1948.
Los comunistas obtuvieron ]
38-18- por ciento de los 6,562-
981 votos depositados, mientras
que en 1348 slo obtuvieron el
'6 por ciento de los votos.
Los Demcratas Cristianos d'.l
Primer Ministro Alclde re Gus-
yerl obtuvieron el 35.9 por cltn-
'o de los votos, o aea 10- pjr
ciento menos que en 1948'
En la lucha general por el oc-
Lninio administrativo de las _-
I rtales de provincias^ los dem-
cratas cristianos y los partido*
ael ala derecha aliados a elras
obtuvieron el triunfo ri cfio de
ellas en total.
Adems de desalojar a los ro-
jos de su dominio en cinco de -
sas capitales, el bloque dee-
mista triunf en >tres ciudades
cuyos anteriores gobiernos eran
dominados por igual entre los
izquierdistas y derechistas.
No se debi a sabotaje la cada
de ocho aviones del ejrcito
Las Oficinas De Aduana Comienzan
A Cobrar El Nuevo Impuesto Al
Petrleo Que Envan De Venezuela
WASHINGTON. Junio 12 (UP)
La Oficina de Aduanas anun-
ci que desde fines del mes pa-
sado habia comenzado a cobrar
un arancel de 31 centavos por
barril a las Importaciones de
petrleo de Venezuela al haber
llegado stas a 2,275 millones
seale la fecha para las elec-
ciones con el objeto de desig-
nar sucesor al finado Presiden-
te Antonio Osear do Fragoso
Carmona.
d galones, es decir, alrededor
del 87 por ciento de su cuota
de "bajo arancel".
, La cuota de "bajo arancel" de
Venezuela es decir, que paga
slo 10.5 centavos por barril-
es de 2,513 millones de galones.
La Oficina dijo que comenz
a cobrar el arancel de 31 cen-
tavos por barril desde el 25 de
mayo pasado, pero advirti que
se devolvern las cantidades co-
bradas en exceso cuando reciba
todos los informes que perml-
tar determinar el momento
exacto en que Venezuela satis-
fizo plenamente su cuota.
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Cea la Haca Downing no llene telefono todava
srvase llaaser al Balaea SMS.
La presencia de partculas
de hierro en una de las piezas
de los motores fue la causa
WASHINGTON, Junl ?5 -1 motores a fin de evitar que
hoy que la causa principal del lugar, que es donde se compre-
accidente en masa de ocho a-
vlones de retropropulsin del B-
jrclto norteamericano habia
sido la formacin de hielo en
las entradas de succin de los
motores, durante una tormen-
ta elctrica cerca de Richmond,
Indiana.

La polica arranca
carteles polticos
de la oposicin
LISBOA, junio 15. .
La Polica recorri la ciudad
arrancando los carteles en que
se hacia propaganda al candi-
dato de oposicin a la Presi-
dencia de la' Repblica, profe-
sor Rui Luis Gmez.
Gmez, presentado por los
grupos Izquierdistas, fue desti-
tuido de su ctedra en la Uni-
versidad de Oporto por sus
ideas polticas.
El Parlamento se reunir el
lunes, dia en que se espera se
gCjjir La use para limpiar el cutis, como
^r bast dt polvos y para suavizar las mano
Gracias a su fluidez, la Crema HINDS de Miel
y Almendras limpia mis r suaviza mas.
Es apta pan el cuidado tot4 del cutis, sea de la cara. '
las manos o el cuerpo, y sirve como excelente base
dt polvos. Se recomienda usarla desde
jovencita porque es el ms
el aliado de Ja
belleza a travs
del tiempo.
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Los investigadores de la Fuer-
za Area, quienes continan sus
investigaciones a fin de evitar
tragedias parecidas, dijeron que
hasta el momento rio han en-
contrado indicios de sabotaje.
El FBI tambin est partici-
pando en la investigacin.
Tres pilotos resultaron muer-
tos y dos heridos, cuando el
escuadrn de 34 aviones se en-
contraba en ruta desde la gran
base area de Dayton, Ohio a
Selfrldge, Michigan. Los otros
tres pilotos de los aviones estre-
llados lograron escapar ilesos.
Uno de los sobrevivientes,, el
Capitn Bryce Long, quien lo-
gr hacer un aterrizaje forza-
do, cilio que su motor "explo-
t". Dijo que en ese momento
no pens que el mal tiempo
tuvo algo que vos, con el acci-
dente.
Los investigadores averigua-
ron que loa aviones se estrella-
ron debido a "peculiares condi-
ciones atmosfricas". D i J eron
que esto provoc lo que lla-
maron "congelamiento de la ca-
misa de malla de la entrada
de succin de los motores".
Un portavoz explic que los
aviones tienen una especie de
camisa de malla metlica en
la entrada de succin de sus
slona el aire. Al formarse el
hielo en estas camisas, el aire
no pudo seguir entrando en los
motores".
Los expertos dijeron que esto
pudo ocurrir por un cambio ra-
dical y violento en la tempera-
tura.
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VIERNES, JUNIO , 1M1
Inaugura Hoy S Campeonato El Basket De Catedral
Mauricio ys. Dtp. Swei m la apertura.
El hg. Navarro lanzar la primera bola
Esta noche se Inaugurar el
Campeonato de Baaketball de
la liga de Catedral con un a-
tractlvo programa que comen-
zara a la* 7 y 30 p.m. en el
- Olmnaslo del Maran.
En el juego de apertura te
medirn lo equipo MAURICIO,
campen de la pasada tempo-
rada y SUREX formado por los
lugadores del Nehl que obtuvo
el subeampeonato el. ao pa-
jado.
' En el aegundo encuentro de
la noche medirn fuerzas los
'*" quintetos del Taller SOUSA y
PTICA SOSA.
0 El entusiasta y distinguido
deportista. Ing. Norberto Nava-
rro, Ministro de Obras Publi-
cas, lansar la primera bola del
Juego de Inauguracin.
lia funcin comenzar con un
desfile de todos los equipos
Inscritos, debidamente unifor-
mados acompaados de su res-
pectiva madrina.
El Lie. Camilo Levy S., Di-
rector del Protocolo, y anima-
dor y cooperador de los mucha-
chos de Catedral, hablar sobre
el motivo del acto.
La Banda de Msica de la Po-
lica Nacional, cedida galante-
mente por el Coronel J. A. Re-
mn, Jefe de dicho Cuerpo, a-
menlzar este espectculo de-
portivo.
Los equipos que Jugarn esta
noche han practicado satlsfac-
? torlamente y se presentarn
con sus nminas completas y
sus lineas bien acopladas, pro-
nosticndose dos reidos e in-
teresantes encuentros.
Numerosas invitaciones se han
repartido a distinguidos depor-
tistas y redactores y locutores
deportivos, esperndose adems
una numerosa concurrencia o
la inauguracin de esta noche
que promete resultar lucida.
a Seis conjuntas se disputarn
*>ste ao el campeonato de
basketball de la Liga de Cate-
dral, y los otros dos son el
Jantzen y el Almacn Mueca.
Los cuatro equipas que actua-
rn esta noche estn formados
por los siguientes Jugadores:
MAURICIO
Rafael de Mena, Ramn Boyd
Roberto Cucaln, Amadla Jim-
nez, Ramn Kourany, Victor
Ortiz, Gustavo .Troncoso, Eras-
mo Arlas. Carlos Garca, Vitlto
de la Rosa. Hctor Valds III
y Eduardo Roux, Capitn y Di-
rector.
SUREX
Reinaldo Arosemena, Antonio
de Jann, Jorge Panay, Ramn
Garca, Coln. Harris, Fernan-
do Ruiz, Jorge Orozco, Ral
Vaccaro, Carmelo Garcia, Ru-
bn ngulo, Ricardo Checa y
Genaro Caliendo Jr., Capitn
y Director.- Representante Jos
Mauad.
TALLER SOUZA:
Ral Arango Jr., Alfredo Ori-
llar Jr., Eduardo Maduro Jr.,
Ricardo Melndez Jr., Erasmo
Orlllac, Ricardo Maduro, Roy
Icaza, M. Barrera, Ramn Na-
varro, Osvaldo Sous, Jaime de
Jann y Toms ."Reyes, Capitn
y Director.
Movidos Encuentros Presenta Esta
Noche El Boxeo Amateur De Coln
Comentarios de la jira del Deportivo
Ditrani a San Jos de Costa Rica
PTICA SOSA
Ricardo Qulel, Ricardo Pezet,
Rafael Zubleta, Rafael Alemn,
Dr. Rubn Fbrega, Luis C.
Alemn, Adn de Urrlola, Ma-
rio de Obaldia, Fernando Aran-
go, Manuel Ortega y Victoriano
de Mena, Capitn y Director.,
Suecia le gan a
Gran Bretaa en
la Copa Davis
INGLATERRA, Junio 15 'UP)
Suecia gan a la Gran Bre-
taa los primeros dos Juegos in-
dividuales de los cuarto fina-
les de las eliminaciones de lar
zona europea por la Copa Davls.
Lennart Bergelin venci a
Geoffrey Palsh por 9-7, 6-1 y
8-3 y Sven Davidson a Tonny
Mottran por 4-6, 7-S, 6-2 y 8-6.
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(Continuacin)
Da domingo 3 de Junio de
1951, fecha asignada para la ce-
lebracin del tan esperado y
comentado partido. Los mucha-
chos solicitaron permiso para a-
slstir a misa en la primeras
tioras de la maana, permiso
que les fu concedido. Las Igle-
sias se encontraban abigarra-
das, el interior de ellas rica-
mente decoradas ofrecen un
bello espectculo, digno d ad-
miracin, y de ser un aliciente
saludable al sentimiento desen-
frenado de la humanidad. Re-
gresaron los muchachos al Ho-
tel, despus de haber cumplido
su sania devocin a las 8:45
a.m. reunindolos y celebrando
con ellos una ligera sesin, en
la que se les record que guar-
daran compostura y cOnceptc
de deportistas, Jurando por su
dignidad y amor a la Patria
cumpilr a satisfaccin su co-
metido. Poco despus nos diri-
gimos al Estadio Nacional de
Costa Rica. Largas filas de ca-
rros y fanticos seguan a pre-
senciar tan Interesante even-
to internacional, deporte fa-
vorito del pueblo Tico. Al en-
trar al Estadio para dirigirnos
a los camerinos, ya casi se en-
contraban llenas las localida-
des de sol y sombra, porque se
celebraba un partido preliminar
Orandes rechiflas y gritos des-
concertantes se dejaron escu-
char. Debidamente uniforma-
dos los componentes del equi-
po Ditrani, se alinearon en fi-
las de dos para dar la salida
de rigor al campo y saludar al
pblico. Como es natural, los
nuestros brindaron nuestra ban-
dera al equipo Ala] uelen.se y
estos a su vez la Tica a nues-
tro Onceno, pudindose apre-
ciar que el equipo Alajuelense
no se atreva a salir con nes*
tra bandera Tricolor, a sabien-
das quizs pensando que pu-
diera ser aje de parte de es
fanatlcada irresponsable e Into-
lerante. Al tocarle hacer el re-
corrido de rigor a los nuestros
y tributarle un saludo cordial
a la Inmensa concurrencia, con
profunda tristeza experimenta-
mos y sufrimos los gritos de
reproche de que furamos vic-
timas, alejados de todo calor
hermano que pudiera compar-
tir ese sentimiento patrio que
herva en nuestros corazones
El Sr. Walter Myers Jr. nos pe-
dia calm y sosiego, pero e
cuando en realidad se siente
uno ms panameo. Presenta-
do el saludo de ambos-equipos
se dirigieron al centro de la
cancha, representantes de la Fe-
deracin Tica, Delegados de
Panam con sus respectivos Ca-
pitanes de Equipo, acomnaan-
do a su Excelencia el Sr. Mi-
nistro de Relaciones .Exteriores
del hermano Pals, quin dara
el saque inicial del partido, ac-
to oue fu muy aplaudido. toi
equipos se alinearon en la for-
ma siguiente: ALAJUELA, Al-
varado. Morera, Ivo. Len. Ro-
jas, Gonzlez. Retana, Solano,
Araujo. Morux, y Alvarado
(Farachfn). Por e: DITRANI.
Molina. G. de Len, Tejada i
Sandlford, c. Prez, M. Gascn, I
Ponce, L. Rangel, R. Arana, y'
F. de Bello.
Antes de Iniciarse el partido,
l Delegacin panamea pro-
test a fin de que cambiaran
el arbitro sealado, seor Juan
Navarro, Insistiendo la Fede-
racin en que no poda proce-
der a tal cambio, no quedando
otro recurso que dejar las co-
sas como estaban. El primer
tiempo comenz a las 11:05 a.m.
ambos equipos' realizaban es-
fuerzos supremos por abrir e.i
score, llevando Panam mayor
nmero de intervenciones, des-
perdiciada lamentablemente por
nuestro delantero Arana, quin
fall dos preciosas oportuni-
dades, en esa misma forma D
Bello y H. Rangel, quienes ac-
tuaron en esos momentos de
la manera ms. Indecisa y falta
de control: Aprovechando la de-
lantera Tica esa falla nuestra
y forzando el Juego, obligando
a nuestra defensa a ceder un
corner que tirado maglstralmen-
te por el alero derecho, Re-
tana, es aprovechando por So-
lano y de un dbil cabezaso lo-
gra a los 28 minutos de trans-
currido el pflmer tiempo el unir
co tanto de esta etapa. Este goal
s debi al descuido de nuestra
d;ensa Prez. No obstante ello
y sin perder el nimo, los nues-
tros insisten en sus ataque* y
avances bien coordinados pero
sin ningn resultado, por ca-
recer de rematadores nuestra
lnea delantera. Tambin la de-
lantera Alajuelense lucha por
subir el marcador obligando al
portero Molina a superarse s
todas sus actuaciones, siendo
por suerte el nico jugador pa-
nameo, que mereci el aplau-
so de la fanatlcada. Este period
do finaliz un tanto a cero fa-
vorable al onceno Alajuelense
En la etapa complementaria
ambos oncenos demostraron po-
seer pujanza y deseos de ven-
cer. El Alajuela lucia un pre-
cioso Juego de pases corto bien
hilvanados, los nuestros veloces
lucan una marcacin perfec-
ta, hombre contra hombre, y
nuestra delantera trataba Ce
emparejar las anotaciones, sien-
do cortados sus avances por
continuos Offsides canudos por
el arbitro Navarro en forma
parcial y descarada, posible-
mente por el temor que le in-
funda un pblico hostil e In-
mensamente fantico incapaces
de soportar una derrota. A loa
dies minutos de transcurrido el
segundo tiempo y luego cinco
despus anotaron los ticos, me-
diante sus delanteros, Chumpl
y Murillo, goie completamente
fsldes, completamente fuera
de Juego, de nada vali la ob-
servacin que le hiciera al res-
pecto Tejada al seor arbitro,
quin ayudaba en forma abier-
ta con tantas arbitrariedades
que pugnan con lo establecido
en los reglamentos de juegos
de ftbol hasta en sus princi-
pios ms elementales. No obs-
tante la anotacin de tres tan-
tos a cero en nuestra contra,
los nuestros atrepellaban fuer-
temente amenazando peligrosa*
mente la valla Alajuelense, do-
blegndose en forma manifies-
ta; entonces fu cuando el Jue-
go se puso al rojo vivo.
(Continuar).
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BTO TEJADA

Parece que los amantes def
buen basketball van a tener
oportunidad de ver coronados
sus ms grandes anhelos, como
.son los de poder admirar al
famoso conjunto de basketball
los "Trotamundos de Harlem",
que segn informaciones que
merecen entero cadito debuta-
r el dia 20 .del lnes en curso
en el Gimnasio Nacional. No-
sotros sabemos que estos "as-
tros" del basketball piden el
75*34 de la entrada, quedndole
solo a la Federacin qiie es la
entidad que gestiona su presen-
tacin el 25% y de ese porcen-
taje tendr que darle el 10% al
Departamento de Educacin F-
sica. Nosotros le rogamos a don
Manuel Roy, Director del De-
partamento en mencin, exone-
re a la Federacin del pago de
ese porcentaje, para que pueda
con el dinero que les queda a-
yudar al envo del equipo de
Panam, al Campeonato Centro-
americano y del Caribe de
Basketball que en septiembre se
celebrar al Guatemala. No du-
damos que ese amplio espritu
deportivo que ha demostrado
don Manuel Roy, lo llevar una
vez ms a distinguirse cedien-
do esa exoneracin a la Fede-
racin de Basketball.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hipicos para maana: la. An-
nie N. caminar al lote... Black
Sambo... no puede con A. N.;
2a. Mueco... lo har bailar...
Protn enemigo de cuidado; 3a.
Mete Bulla... repite.:. El Mon-
ge... peligroso; 4a. Domin si
parte es buen golpe... Brocha-
cito... place por posicin; Sa.
Mosqueton... si le soban los re-
mos roba... Fright... no puede
con la clase "A"; 6a. Salcedo...
por el'tiro puede repetir... Tu-
pac ... por la clase place y si
se pierde es por el escondite de
la semana; 7a. Sandwood... el
nio contra el hombre... Silver
Domin... un Sr. hombrecito;,
8a. Antecede... por sus trabajos
... Tartufo... el anciano lo-
grar el place; 9a. Poleckas...
velocidad y preparador... Gay
Ariel... por sus aprontes; 10a.
Alnoms... mambo a la ciento
diez en la Quinta Avenida, a
partir y cobrar... Haste Star...
place por velocidad; lia. Ala-
barda .. mis socios andan en el
arre... Interlude... por rpido
estar, all. Colaborador asocia-
do (Baby Amador).
Mauricio y Bam
ganaron en los
fuegos de antier
Mauricio y Bam; lograron
triunfar en los juegos del
Basketball Provincial celebrados
el mircoles en el Gimnasio Na-
cional.
En el primer partido de la
noche el Mauricio le gan en
el ltimo segundo al Madurl-
to por anotacin de 54 a 58,
mediante canasta de Clayde
Cumbertbacht. El segundo jue-
go fu una victoria del Bam
sobre el Carta Vieja por 72 a
55.
Isidro Martnez
expone su invicto
frente a R. Lewis
La Comisin de Boxeo Ama-
teur de la ciudad de Coln pre-
sentar en la noche de hoy
uno de los programas mas a-
tractlvos presentados hasta a-
hora, en el Gimnasio "Everar-
do Nez."
La cartilla contiene cinco en-
cuentros en los cuales se .en-
frentarn varios de los ms des-
tacados pgiles aficionados de
la costa Atlntica.
Las peleas ms atractivas de-
ben resultar Ja del Invicto Isi-
dro Martnez contra el cam-
pen nacional de los gallos Ral-
ton Lewis. Tanto Martnez co-
mo Lewis estn atravesando
magnificas condiciones y se
muestran muy optimistas con
el resultado del encuentro.
Tambin debe resultar rei-
do el cotejo entre Jose Edwln
y Alfonso Rodrguez, pelea que
esperan con ansiedad los fan-
ticos colonenses.
El programa completo es el
siguiente:
JOSE EDWIN
vs.
ALFONSO RODRIGUEZ
135 libras.
, RALTON LEWIS
ISIDRO MARTINEZ
11S libras.
JOSE BETANCOURT
vs.
ALEJANDRINO NEREIDA
lit libras.
UMBERTO ALFRED
vs.
JOHNNY PEREZ
145 libras.
GEORGE WILSON
vs.
CIRO PAZ
112 libras.
Elegibles:
TITO MORRIS
EDUARDO WEATHER
115 libras.
UN CHOQUE DE JUGADORES. En esta vista aparece el
choque de Gil MacDougald. de los Yanquis, con el receptor da
los Medias Blancas, Gns Niarhee, a la rzquierda. Niarhe* sa-
li lesionado de este encuentro y fn sacado en canilla del
estadio. En esta dramtica fotografa, se puede notar el ges-
to de Nlarhos, quien apesar de la colisin puso out al corredor
en una jugada muy estrecha. <
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
El Marina Patino
derrot al Dep.
Caries por 4-0
Muy reidos los juegos
del ftbol institutor
Por UBALDINO I8AZA,
En los Juegos celebrados hoy
en el ftbol Institutor, los on-
cenos Deportivo Ricardo Jan
y Deportivo Obaldia empataron
a un tanto, en el choque co-
rrespondiente a la categora me-
nor y que resulto bastante re-
ido.
Pero en el segundo encuentro
el Deportivo-Marina Patino do-
min el partido anotando cua-
tro goles, mientras que los con-
trarios del Deportivo Caries se
quedaban sin anotar. Los go-
leadores de este partido fueron
Naar Linares Ormechea y Al-
tamlrano.
tbl cJropical Saco Sport
para
todas
las
ocasiones
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EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
7a. Carrera "E" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 550.00 Pool Cierra: 4:005 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. GRIS).................C. Sanche 111
2. CARMELA II)..............G. Ctum 108
3. (RIDING EAST........... C. Prescott 112
4. (THE DAUBER............B. Moreno 110
5. SILVER DOMINO .........B. Aguirre 114
6. SANDWOOD............J. Contrertu 112
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
9a. Carrera "A" Importados 654 Fa,s.
7a. Carrera "C" Importados 6l/2 Fgs.
Premio: B 650.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
I.. FULL...................B. Aguirre 114
2. PAMPHLET..............V. Castillo 113
3. CURACA-------........: Jo$ Rodrigue* 108
4. (GORSEWOOD...........J. Contrertu 111
5. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 108
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Cierra: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TWO
1. WELSH LOCH.............C. Yca*a 117
2. PINARD................. O. ChanU 117
3. AVENUE ROAD...........E. Silvera 103
4. DICTADOR............./ Contreras 111
5. RATHL1N LIGHT............A. Mena 103x
6. PHOEBUS APOLLO.......B. Aguirre 110


?TONES. JUNIO 15, Wl
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEHUDIKNM
PAGINA ONCE
COMIENZA MRNA. LA TEMPORADA DE BISBOL
DEL CIRCUITO MAYOR DE LA LIGA STA. RITA
Azteca y Granklo
en la apertura
rw.s. a. rfALDi
Maana a las 3 ? s0 e l*
tarde en el tetadlo 6ltmp|eo se
lntagurara el Circuito Mayot de
la Uta Santa Rita de Baseball,
con- un programa que compren-
der desfile de ios cuatro equi-
E laterita!, P'e8enW^onh.
porenas. toada de *?-
dtra, palabras por un miem-
bro director, reparticin de pre-
mios a ios ganadores de la pa-
sada temporada, lanzamiento de
la primer* bola y el Juego de
aertiirs entre lo equipos Az-
teca y Oranlllo, campan y
suocaropen reapectiv ame ri te
.* no pasado. En -
?ren^0part,CTp\4umb^nlo.
equipos Panamrilsta y Frente
** &* SANTA CLABAwrto
PARTIR LOS PREMIOS
La Liga escogi al gran ani-
mador de la pelota aficionada y
fundador de la Liga Juvenil y
Dlstrltorial de Panam, Blas E.
Santaclara, para que reparta
lot premios de la pasada tem-
nda. (En lugar aparte damos
lata de los trofeos, meda-
llas v diplomas a repartir).
NORfcERTO NAVARRO
LANZARA LA PRIMERA BOLA
El Ministro de Obras Pbli-
ca!, Ing. Norberto Navarro, le
corresponder el alto honor de
efectuar el primer lanzamien-
to de la temporada.
De sta manera honra la Li-
ga a uno de los ms decididos
cooperadores d la ctusa del
deport y deportista en toda la
extensin e la pmlabra del ac-
tual Oablnete. -
AZTECA Y GRANILLO ENTRAN
EN ACCIN
Los fuertes conjuntos del At-
teea y Orartlllo, una v repar-
tidos loa premios le medirn en
gran Jugc de atraccin, ya qu
ambos equipos han sido rivales
en todas las UgM que han par-
tlcloado. desde la Juvenil hasta
la Provincial.
Los Indios ganaron el pasado
torneo venciendo en gran for-
ma a lot Granilleros por ano-
tacin de 6-4. el Granillo por
otra parte cumpli a satisfac-
cin todos sus compromisos
brindando maanificos partidos
JOS A. CASTILLO Y ALFONSO
RAMOS EN ORAN DUELO
Uno de los lnsentlvos ms In-
teresante del match es el due-
lo que protagonizarn los lan-
radores derechos 3. A. Castillo
y A. Ramos, dos de los ms
cotizados lanzadores de nues-
tro circuito amateur.
3. A. Castillo Conl, reguK
el lanzador ms efectivo de la
pasada temporada, constituyen-
do pilar eentral del Azteca; A.
Ramos no se present en for-
mas, siendo usado como lanza-
dor relevo, ha sido sometido a
Intensa prctica por lo cual la
direccin lo escogi para abrir.
Por la calidad del partido y
donde se podr observar en ple-
na ejecutoria de sus-habilida-
des a varios valores de nues-
tra pelota aficionada, ge espe-
ra una gran concurrencia: pa-
ra estimular a nuestros pelote-
ro!.
MATRIMONIO DE DEPORTISTAS. Ralph Riner, de los Pi-
ratas de Pittsburgh, y la bella tenista Nancy Chafee aparecen
aqu en esta foto despus de anunciar so prximo matrimonio.
Sandwood Pasar Prueba
De Fuego En La Estelar
De Maana En J. Franco
Por RDEME
El caballo Sandwood pasar
maana ana gran prueba de
fuego en la prueba estelar que
presenta el programa hpico,
adjudicada a la clase "E" sobre
una distancia de 1400 metros y
por un premio de B. 550 00
Seis caballos se baten en es-
ta carrera que ha despertado
especial Inters entre los fan-
ticos de la biplea, ya que el po-
tro Sandwood, por ser primera
tendr adversarios catalogados
que le deben oponer seria resis-
tencia hasta el final de la ca-
rtera.
Entre los contendores ms
serlos tenemos a Silver Domi-
na que en esta ocasin ser
rulado por Blas Aguirre- Car-
mela II que es reconocida como
una corredora de re loci add, Hi-
ding East que Ir en entrsda
con The Dauber y Gris que
tambin tiene una opcin.
Nosotros escogemos para ga-
nar a Sandwood, pero reconoce-
mos que tendr que extenderse
a fondo para poder imponerse.
En otra de las carreras prin-
cipales de la funcin hpica se
enfrentarn los equinos de a*
clase "F" sobre un tiro de una
milla y un octavo. Competirn
aqu Cantaran), Fright, Mos-
quetn, Bolero y Milros.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
En la primera carrera: Black
Sambo es un robo. El Mono y
Annie N tienen mucha opcin.
En la seronda carrera Protn
es nuestro escogido. El Mao
puede sorprender-
En la tercera carrera: El Mun
ge y Armeno deben disputrsela.
' -i la cuarta carrera: Pon la
Olla es nuestro escogido. Bro-
luauilo ttene buena opcin.
En la quinta carrera: Pright
debe Imponerse. Mosquetn pa-
ra el segundo lugar.
En la sexta carrera: Tupac es
nuestro escogido. Canastos es el
principal enemigo.
En la sptima carrera: Sand-
wood se destaca.
En la octava carrera: Antece-
de y Tartufo deben disputrsela.
En la novena carrera: Pole-
ckas debe ganar. Levadura pue-
de sorprender.
En la dcima carrera: Aluno-
ms y Hurlecano sern conten-
dores-
En la undcima carrera: In-
terlude nos gusta.'

Premios oue reparte
maana la Liga de
Baseball Sania Rila
Premios de la Liga de BaaebaD
Santa Rita qbe repartir
Santaclara Maana
Equipo Campen: Azteca, tro-
feo y diplomas.
Subcampn: Granillo, trofeo.
Campeones Individuales
Campen Bate: Feliciano Ver-
gara, diploma y medalla.
Campen Lanzador en Efec-
tividad: Daniel Montllla, diplo-
ma y medalla.
Campen Inlclallsta: Luis Tu-
fin, diploma.
Campen Intermedia: Jlmml
Hudleson, diploma.
Campen Antesallata Peiicia-
no Vergara, diploma.
Campen Torpedero: Miguel
Urrioia, diploma.
Campen Receptor: Talbert
(Campanella) Silcott, diploma.
Campen Jardineros Ibaldo
Delllser y Silvestre -Woodruff,
diplomas.
Campen Empujador: Ibaldo
Delllser, diploma.
Campen por ms dobles co-
nectados: silvestre Woodruff,
diploma.
Cooperadores:
Manuel Ruiz (Gringo), Do-
mingo Hernndez y Jorre Sin-
clair, diploma y premio.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN...
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;
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO- KID
1.Anrile N. Black Sambo
2.Mueco El Mao
1.El Monge Bosforo
4.Domin Brochacito
5.Mosquetn cantaclaro
8.canastos Ranchonaja
7.Silver Domin Sandwood
8.Antecede Tltom
0.Levadura Agradecida
10.Alllnoms Beduino
11.Alabarda Misa Fairfax
"La experiencia m ha tnsoriad
O*! les camiones de maye luana
motril rinden las mayores ganan-
cias," scribe J. B. REMATAR,
Salisbury, Rod..ia del Sur, frica.
''Para obtener esa potencia mxima,
reinstalo en nuestros camiones un
luego de nuevas Champion cada
15.000 kilmetros. Y lo mejor es
que en realidad no me cuestan
nada, ya que he
descubierto que las
muevas Champion te
pagan por si mismas
con el combustible
que ahorran."
RED PANAMERICANA ZZ*~"
tiene los
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COIdtSB
De Las Encas Sangrarrfeil
Puede ser
PIORREA
s*x mat dt m
CBtrt. de tifio
A f de cada 5
Sueile Atacar
Si tus encas sangran y estn
flojas, hay motivo de alarma.
Estos suelen ser sntomas de
piorrea, peligrossima enferme-
dad que hace que las encas se
esponjen y los dientes se aflo-
jen y tengan que ser extrados.
4 de cada 5 personas estn ex-
puestas a la porrea.
No se descuide Ud. Vea al
dentista y en casa, use el senci-
llo tratamiento Forhan's: cepi-
llarse los dientes dos veces dia-
rias, dndose al mismo tiempo
masaje en las encas, con For-
han's. El dentfrico Forhan's
para las encas es el nico que
contiene un ingrediente espe-
cial antipiorrico.
Segn pruebas clnicas recien-
tes, 99% de los casos amenaza-
dos de piorrea mejoraron nota-
blemente despus de slo 30
das de usar Forhan's a diario.
Ud. mismo se sorprender de
la limpieza de sus dientes y la
saludable firmeza de sus encas,
despus de usar Forhan's. No
desatienda lss seales de pli-
fro. Compre hoy un tubo de
orhan's. selo a diario!
Limpese (os dientas con '
Forhan's
r-r~-l. M Dt.
Termina maana el
torneo infantil de
ftbol de Barraza
Maana finalizar el Calen-
dario regular del Torneo de
de Ftbol Infantil de Barraza
que dirige Tem Molina con los
Juegos
Tauros vs. Santander
2:30 p.m.
Guayaquil vs. Selecta
3:30 p.m.
Ambos encuentros se desarro-
llarn en el cuadro de Barraza
y prometen resultar i movidos y
animados, donde el Selecta se
Jugar importantsima carta ya
que necesita triunfar para em-
patar el comando y mantener su
opcin.
En ios encuentros pasados. El
Independiente le gan al An-
gellnl por 3 a 0 y el Fuerte 28
venci al Pern por U0,
Movidos encuentros
ofreci anoche el
boxeo amateur
Numerosos aficionados pre-
senciaron anoche el interesan-
te programa de boxeo amateur
que tuvo lugar en el Gimnasio
Nacional con la participacin
de pgiles de los distintos ba-
rrios.
En la quinta y mejor pelea
de la noche, en un combate re-
ido y sangriento, Bienvenido
Ramos de San Miguel le gan
la decisin a Leroy Johnson de
Red Tank.
La primera pelea de la fun-
cin termin por la via del sue-
no, cuando Carlos Innls debut
con una resonante victoria so-
bre Horacio Ramsay al minu-
to y 28 segundos del primer
asalto. -
Leslie Maynard tambin de-
but con una victoria por de-
cisin sobre Arthur Johnson.
Kilco Mosquera defraud a aus
simpatizadores al perder por
amplia margen frente a Alber-
to Lawrence, un amateur que
est adelantando a buen past?
en esta actividad; Mosquera be-
s la lona en el primero y se-
gundo asaltos.
Wilfred Brathwalte venci es-
trechamente a Enrique Nes
En otro de los nmeros de a-
traccln del programa de ano-
che, el pgil portorriqueo Je-
ss Compos ofreci una exhl
bicln de tres asaltos, contra
Edgar Miller y Rodolfo Ampu-
dla, impresionando satisfacto-
riamente, pero se not que es
bajo de estatura y poco alcan-
ce, que sern desventajas para
la pelea que sostendr el do
mingo en Coln con el campen
nacional peso pluma Federico
Plummer.
Cuatro Conjuntos Se Presentan Esta Noche a
Defender Su Invicto En El Basketball Menor
Para Esta Noche Se Pospuso
La Pelea J. Louis vs Savold
NUEVA YORK. Junio 15 (UP)
Para esta noche se pospuso e"
esperado encuentre de boxeo en-
tre ios conocidos pgiles de pe-
se pesado, Joe Louis y Lee Sa-
vold en el Madison Square Gar-
den, a un limite de 15 asaltos.
Esta pelea se anunci en un
principio para el pasado mir-
coles, en el Polo Grounds pero
la lluvia oblig a posponerla ese
dia y anoche y se decidi efec-
tuarla entonces en el Madison
Square Garden.
Joe Lois se encuentra favo-
rito por t a 1, y el ganador se
medir con el campen mun-
dial Esxard Charles en septiem-
bre.
Los Medias Blancas Siguieron
Su Carrera Ascendente Hacia
El Campeonato De La Americana
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
Un Jonrn de Oil Hodges' en
la novena entrada con Duke
Snlder en bases dio a los Dod-
gers la victoria por 2 a 1 so-
bre los Cardenales a los que
han derrtalo seis veces con-
secutivas. Con tres hjts un pa-
se y un error en una misma
entrada, los Cardenales no lo-
graron anotar en la quinta
despus de haber logrado su
nica carrera en la cuarta por
sencillos de fitan Muslal, Bill
Howerton y Nlppy Jones.
Con Wally Weitlake empu-
jando cuatro carreras los Pi-
ratas vencieron por a 4 a los
Bravos a quienes anotaron cin-
co carreras en la cuarta en-
trada en que qued resuelto el
encuentro. Con el triunfo de
hoy Dlckson ha derrotado a
todas las novenas de la Liga.
Los Phillies se apuntaron 16
hits para vencer fcilmente a
los Cachorros por 11 a 3 y lo-
grar el triunfo con Russ Me-
yerTen la linea de fuego contra
sus antiguos compaeros. Bob
Rush que comenz por los Ca-
chorros fu bateado libremente
en cinco entradas teniendo que
ser relevado en la sexta des-
pus que le hablan dado ocho
hita y anotado cinco carreras.
Willie Mays y Han Thomp-
son empujaron siete de los
quince hits con que los Oi-
iants vencieron por 11 a 6 4
os Rojos. Thompson, Mays y
Wnltey Lckman empu Jaron
tres carreras cada uno y ade-
ms Eddle stanky dl un Jon-
rn. La carrera restante fu
empujada por Bobby Thomp-
son con el nico hit que dl en
cinco oportunidades.
EN LA LIGA AMERICANA
Con dos carreras en la octava
entrada los Medias Blancas de-
rrotaron a los Senadores por 8
a 7. Los visitantes decidieron el
encuentro en la octava entrada
por doble de Floyd Baker que
bate de sustituto pero previa-
mente el cubano Orestes Mi-
lo con un senclllq y un drible
en tres veces al bate habla em-
pujado dos carreras y el ve-
nezolano Alfonso Carrasquel con
un doble empuj una y anot
otra en tres veces al bate.
En los partidos nocturnos a-
nunclados en la Liga America-
na, solamente se efectu el ciro-
que entre Cleveland y Fllade!-
fta, ganando los primeros o
sean los Indios sobre los Atlil-
cos por 8 carreras a 1; los oros
dos Juegos entre San Luis y
Nueva York y Detroit vs. Bou-
tin, se suspendieron por lluvia.
El Deportivo Hispano
presentar funcin
cinematogrfica el lo.
El Club Deportivo Hispano
presentar una funcin cinema-
togrfica el domingo lo. de Ju-
lio con el propsito de levantar
fondos para sus distintas acti-
vidades, las cuales ha ampliado
debido al crecido nmero de so-
cios que han ingresado ltima-
mente en la entidad.
La funcin tendr lugar en el
Cine Hispano comenzando al.s
nueve de la maana de dlibo
da y se exhibirn varias pelcu-
las noticieros y cortos.
El Programa comprende tres atractivos
partidos en el Gimnasio Nacional
BASKETBALL DE SEGUNDA
CATEGORA
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Estados de los Equipos
Grupo
GRINGC DE LA GUARDIA
G P Pctje.
Pelimex......* 1000
ptica Sosa .... 1 1 OOC
Transistmica .... 1 1.00C
Fuerza y Lus ..1 1.000
Cela Gomales ..1 1 .500
Orion........0 1 .000
Rebeldes......0 1 .0*0
Dep. Pern .... 0 1 .000
Fuerte 15 .... 0 I .000
Grupo
"CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pctje
Parque Lefevre .. 1 1.00C
Dep. C. Fleta ..1 1.000
Centenario .... 1 I 1000
Pepsi Cola .... 1 0 1.000
Bam Jr.......1 8 1.00C
Chiriqui......0 1 .000
Rodelag........0 1 .O0C
Madurlto Jr. .. 1 .000
Panamericano 0 2 .00f
El Canpeonato de Basketball
Masculino de Segunda Catego-
ra de la Liga Provincial de Pa-
nam contina esta noche en
el Gimnasio Nacional con un
atractivo programa que com-
prende tres partidos a cargo de
los equipos
Rebeldes vs. ptica Sosa
7 p.m.
Pepsi Cola vs. Parque Lefevre
8 p.m.
y
Dep. Pern vs. Transistmica
9 p.m.
En el primer, encuentro tene-
mos que ios pticos de Sosa de-
fendern su previleglada colo-
cacin frente a los Rebeldes
que lucharn por entrar en la
columna de ganadores.
En el siguiente cotejo Soderoe
y Parque Lefevre sostendrn re-
ido combate por continuar in-
victos en el comando de Su gru-
po.
Y en el ltimo partido de la
noche el equipo de la Trans-
istmica tratar tambin de con-
LOMOS
Lomos r dotara dolorido, qu* no tsraHm
Inclinan* ni hutr latra, ai Imotar ni
pMSdu, Indican ut m riftaa estn drble*
7 ceailao arafet ajada)* a*a U* Pildora,
d* Becker, conocida* por ambo* aSas **
combatir raitom* d* la oretra. rion** y
Ti>ta. Para aua rlnone* tora* Pildora
ah**r. Conor*!** a la* ketleas
tlnuar en el puesto de honof
del grupo Gringo de la Guar-
dia mientras que los argenti-
nos se empearn en salir de la
retaguardia.
Los arbitros de hoy son J. M.
Quintero y Germn Roa; ano-
tador, Carlos Velarde y Crono-'
metrista Jos del C. Crelo.
El Mendoza gan ayer
y pas al comando del
ftbol del Chorrillo
Estado de los Equipos
Ftbol Mayor del Chorrillo
G E P Pts.
Mendosa .. .. 2 S 14
Nacional .. .. .. 4 S 4 13
C. Remn .. .. .. S 2 4
Dep. Pern .. .. 4 2 5 12
El Deportivo Mendoza pas al
comando del Campeonato de
Ftbol Mayor del Barrio del
Chorrillo, al vencer ayer en el
campo de Barraza al Dep. Re-
mn, por dos a uno en partido
bastante reido.
Faltando minuto y medio pa-
ra finalizar el partido, el de-
lantero del Mendoza, Luis Be-
doya, con un potente shut per-
for la valla contraria para
dar la victoria a su equipo. El
Deportivo Nacional, quien ayer
se encontraba solo en el co-
mando baj al segundo lugar.
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