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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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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Escaped CZ Convict Shoots GI,
Robs Civilian Along Tivoli Ave.

Seamen's Strike Ties Up [225 Jobs Open
US Non-Defense Shipping For New Army
Work Here
OPE ON DOPE N. Y. State Attorney General Nathaniel
vjdstein (left* and Assistant Attorney fa*\s*W r-
y aulry into dope addiction amoriK New Yor* City s teen-
ers The case contains marijuana, heroin, cocaine and
as well as an assortment of Instruments used to
agers
olpum,
take the drugs.
* *
House Pushes Stiffer legal
Action Against Dope Peddlers
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP)
A House committee, spurred by
sensational disclosure o youth-
ful narcotic addicts, voted today
to Impose prison sentences of.
into law. Congressional senti-
ment appeared to lavor quick
action.
1 A* approved by the powerful
House Ways and Means com-
up terao ye? Ton peddle and'mlttee, the bill provides two to
forbid their release before they
serv full terms.
Narcotics Commissioner Har-
ry Ansllnger promptly haiiea
the proposed crackdown as a
powerful blow at the narcotics
racket and predicted It would
"dry up trie traffic" If enacted
ind pr<
the tr
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Decision Pending
On What To Do
With Anton Theater
The Ancon Theater and IfIce
building will be completely vaca-
ted within the next few weeks.
Community Services Director
Henry L. Donovan has announc-
ed No decision has been reached
on the disposal of the building.
The theater was closed early In
May.
The offices of Wilson H. Crook.
General Manager of the Club-
house Division, will be moved to
the Diablo Clubhouse. They will
occupy space on the second floor
which was at one time used as a
teen age canteen and space now
occupied by a branch library.
The library will be moved to
the first floor tof the Diablo Club-
house near the bowling alley.
The building and equipment
sect i'it whichls now In the base-
ment of the office building will
be transferred to Building 14 In
the Navy "300" area on Galllard
Highway.
The clubhouse property section,
now in the basement of the An-
cn Theater Building will occupy
space formerly used by a central
five year sentences for peddlers
convicted of a first offense, five
to 10 years for second Offenders
and 10 to 20 years for third of-
fenders. Probation or suspend-
ed sentences would be prohibit-
ed.
Trie bill also provides maxi-
mum fines of $2,000 for all of-
fenders.
The committee said the aver-
age sentence for peddlers last
year was only 23.1 months and
that many second and third of-
fenders continued to be placed
on probatolh. It noted an
"alarming increase" In drug ad-
diction among young people and
In some military camps
In New York", a three-day state
hearing ordered by Oov. Thomas
E. Dewey disclosed. that 6.000
boys and girls under 21 in the
city were drug addicts. It
brought out that heroin and
Unifruco Promoles
George E. Adams,
Anthony Raymond
A United Fruit Company
head-office lwWrl< ecelYed
on the Isthmus this morning
designated George E. Adams as
the concern's General Agent,
with offices In Cristobal.
The post carries top respon-
sibility for the Fruit Company's
traffic throughout Central and
South America and the Carib-
bean Area.
At the same time, Ahthony F.
Raymond was named Assistant
General Agent.
Both men are well known on
the Isthmus. Adams has been
here 33 years; Raymond has
been with the company lor 30
years.
7 US Prisoners
Shot By Chinese
CENTRAL FRONT, Korea,
June 16 (UP> Retreating
Chinese Comrunlsts executed
seven United States prisoners
of war and critically wounded
an eighth west of Hwachon late
last month, a spokesman for the
United States 24th Division said
today.
The mass murder was believed
to be the Hrst Chinese atrocity
since the beginning of the year.
The victims were identified as
members of the 19th Regiment
of the 24th Division. .
Their battered, bullet riddled
bodies were discovered deep m-
side the mountain wilderness
May 30.
The Americans, who were ap-
parently overpowered and cap-
tured while on a contact patrol
seeking the fleeing Chinese were
lined up at the base of a cliff
and shot through the heads.
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP)
CIO maritime unions went on
strike today on the east, west and
gulf coasts in an effort to tie up
all the nation's non-defense
ocean shipping with demands for
higher wages and shorter hours.
Some 80,000 seamen, engineers
and radio operators began refus-
ing to sign up for new berths
In east and gulf coast ports
shortly after midnight, EDT,
when union contracts expired.
Negotiations here had reached
a stalemate.
The strikers were Joined four
and a half hours later by west
coast CIO radio operators, who
likewise had been unable to reach
agreement with shipowner) on a
new contract.
The strike was called to en-
force demands for a 40-hour
week, a 25 per cent pay increase,
a vacation plan and other bene-
fits.
The shippers' last position was
a "package" offer including a 10
per cent pay raise, a 35 cent dally
contribution for each seaman
and a Joint committee to study
the "inequities."
More than 1,000 passenger and
freight ships are expected to be
held up by the strike.
It will not affect tankers, col-
liers, or shipping on rivers or the
Great Lakes.
President Truman yesterday
refused to block1 the strike by
using the Taft-Hartley Law, say-
ing he has the assurance of Na-
tional Maritime Union president
Joseph Curran that cargoes es-
sential to the national safety and
welfare would continue to move
uninterrupted.
The first big luxury ship to be
affected by the walkout will be
the American Export Line's brand
new liner, the Constltutlbn,
which was scheduled to sail from
New York on its maiden voyage
to Naples next Thursday.
However, the first vessels to be
affected will be the United 8tates
Line's American Attorney and
American Exporter, freighters
scheduled to sail for Europe to-
day.
The NMU's 50,000 members
constitute the unlicensed per-
sonnel of passenger and dry car-
go vessels. They Include deck
hands, stewards and engine room
workers such as oilers and fire-
men.
The NMU signed contracts last
year covering unlicensed person-
nel on the coal-hauling colliers
and tankers.
British Have 2 Days
To Reply to Iran's
Severe Ultimatum
TEHERAN. June 16. (UP)
Premier Mohamed Mossadegh a-
greed today to grant the repre-
sentatives of the Anglo-Iranian
oil company an additional 48
hours to reply to the Iranian ul-
timatum demanding 75 per cent
of the company's revenue since
March 20.
At the same time as authori-
tative reports In London told of
Britain's determination to reject
this ultimatum, it was announc-
ed that emergency plans had
been completed for the total eva-
cuation of all British employes
school corridors,
and wash rooms.
lunch rooms
Siroky told United States am-
bassador Ellis O. Briggs In
Prague yesterday that the two
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glan are "well and happy-"
On the telephone from Prague
a United States embassy spokes-
man quoted Siroky as saying:
"The Investigation Into the cir-
cumstances surrounding their
arrival In Czechoslovakia Is not
Those who did not die ins- I and their families from the Iran-
Ian oilfields "at a moment's no-
tice."
There Is lncreashlng worry
that Incitement of the native
population In the oilfields will en-
danger British lives and proper-
ty.
Measures under consideration
Include the use of British troops
"if the worst comes to worst."
Meanwhile an Iranian spokes-
man said Iran will turn to other
FRANKFURT, June 16 (UP) powers apparently Including
Czech Foreign Minister Vlllam Russia if Britain refuses to
tantly were bludgeoned with
pick.
Missing Jet Pilots
'Safe And Happy'
Czechs Inform US
Senators OK More
Rent Hikes On US
Homes. Apartments
WASHINGTON, June 16 (UP)
The Senate Banking Committee
has approved, a proposal that
would permit rent Increases up
to 20 per cent above 1942 levels
for many homes and apartments
still under rent control.
The provision was adopted 0
to 4 after the committee reject-
ed a plan by Ben. John W. Brick-
er, R., O., that would allow rent
rises up to 37 per cent over 1943
rents In some cases.
Brlcker and Sen. Homer Cape-
hart, R., Ihd., who supported him.
announced they will carry their
fight for the higher rent increase
to the Senate floor.
The rent hikes would apply on-
ly to housing on which rent has
not been upped 20 per cent since
1842. Rents on these units could
be increased to the 20 per cent
figure.
A Government spokesman said
many units already have receiv-
ed increases of more than 20 per
cent. They would not be affect-
ed.
The committee also discarded,
without a record vote. President
Truman's request for permission
to Impose rent ceilings on com-
mercial property such as stores,
buildings and offices. ...
' The. action came leas' than 24
hours after the President made
a nationwide radio appeal for a
tougher control law.
The committee affirmed Its
tentative action in barring fed-
eral rent ceilings In areas where
there are local or state rent laws
unless rents there rise above the
national average. The proposal
would apply chiefly to New York
City.
The committee already has ap-
proved a continuation of rent
controls for as long as the wage-
Erlce-credlt control law Is ex-
mded by Congress, with trans-
fer of administration from Hous-
ing Expediter Tlghe E. Woods to
Economic Stabilizer Eric John-
ston. t\
A United States soldier was shot and a Canal Zone
resident stuck up on Tivoli Avenue last night by a convicjtr
a few hours out of Gamboa penitentiary.
L
Some 225 new temporary posi-
tions for local rate construction
men and allied workers are be-
ing opened on the Atlantic Side
by the U.S. Army Caribbean, an
official spokesman revealed to-
day.
It is contemplated that In the
very near future. U.S. rate em-
ployes will be needed on the same
project for which the local rate
staff Is now being hired.
Though the positions will be
classified as temporary, the
spokesman said, they will be of
sufficient duration to complete a
newly authorized construction or
reconstruction project the na-
ture of which will be announced
soon.
The following positions are now
open In the local rate category:
Truck drivers, clerks, carpen-
ters, electricians, painters,
plumbers, refrigeration mechan-
ics and laborers.
In addition, assistant foremen
are needed m the following
groups:
Carpenters, plumbers, electri-
cians, refrigeration, painters, and
laborers.
The openltigl were announced
by the Civilian Personnel Divi-
sion, U8ARCARIB. Local rate
workers who are lntere s t e d
should report to the Civilian Per-
sonnel Office. Engineer Area,
Building 235. Fort Davis.
Applicants are cautioned to
bring their eligibility cards to
the office, which will be open
from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day
except Saturdays and Sundays.
Sgt. Roy Valdemar Olsen is in Clayton hospital today,
lis condition listed as "good," after having a .38 caliber.
slug taken out of his left hip at Santo Toms hospital just
after the shooting.
Richard Keith Erbe, of Diablo Heights, is $2 the poor-
er but otherwise Unharmed.
Harold 0 Boyce, Panamanian convict released from
Gamboa yesterday afternoon, is being held by the Pana-
ma Secret Police till it is decided whether the shooting
took place in the zone or the Republic.
Boyce, who admits the shoot-
ing, claims it took place In De
Lesseps Park. Victim Olsen says It
was on Tivoli Avenue.
There seems no doubt Erbe was
stuck up on Tivoli Avenue.
As Olsen told the story to the
Balboa police, he was walking
PRR's Terminal
Bureau May Move
To Atlantic Side
Plans are under consideration
for the transfer to Cristobal of
headquarters of the Railroad
and Terminals Bureau, It was
announced yesterday afternoon
at Balboa Heights. The move
would involve approximaetly
half a dozen employes.
The plans are not yet definite.
Details will not be announced
until after the return from the
United States of Governor F. K.
Newcomer.
Friday morning Acting Gov-
ernor Herbert D. Vogel, Com-
munity Services Director Henry
L. Donovan ahd Railroad and
Terminals Director Edward N.
Stokes visited the Atlantic Side
to see what office space can be
made available.
Officers Probing
Fatal Accident
On Albrook Runway
The accident in which an air-
man from Albrook was fatally in-
jured yesterday was being Inves-
tigated today by a board of offi-
cers appointed bv the Command-
ing General of CAlrC.
The circumstances surrounding
the collision between the B-17
type aircraft and a "follow me"
Jeep a vehicle used in guiding
incoming ttrxling aircraft to
parking are**, were still unex-
plained today.
The plane had Just started to
taxi down the runway when the
accident occurred.
Piloting the aircraft were Col.
John B. Wallace and Colonel
Pliilip D. Coates. The plane was
preparing for a flight to San
Juan, Puerto Rico to return Brig.
Gen. Robert M. Bathurst and
members of his staff to their
headquarters of B: Army An-
tilles at Fort Brooke.
The Injured airman was rush-
ed immediately to Fort Clayton
Hospital, attended by Captain
Glenn Doan, but he died shortly
after reaching the hospital.
The name of the deceased air-
man is being withheld pending
notification of next of kin.
Volcano Eruption
Drives Portuguese
From Island Homes
LISBON, June, 15 (UP>Terri-
fied natives living near the erupt-
ing volcano on Togo Island, Cape
Verde group, have been evacuat-
ed safely to a village believed out
of the path of streams of molten
lava.
Portuguese naval planes, keep-
ing close watch on the still flam-
ing volcano, report three main
craters..
down towards the Tivoli crossing
about midnight when a man ac-
costed him with a revolver.
Olsen kept walking. He heard,
a shot, but thought the man had
fired Just to scare him.
As he neared the Oood Neigh-
bor Bar he realized he1 had been
shot. A taxi rushed him to Santo
Tomas.
Shortly after the Olsen shoot-
ing Erbe reported to the Ancor
police that he had been stuck up.
At this time the gunman wa*
not known. Both cases were re-
ported to the Panama Secret Po-
lice, who soon picked up ex-con-
vict Boyce carrying a .36 revolver.
Sino-Reds Rushing
Aid To Retreating
Forces; UN Digs In
TOKYO. June 18, (UP) -j The
Chinese Reds rushed reinforce-
ments and supplies from Man-
churia today to bolster their re-
treating armies in North Ko-
rea.
More than 500 enemy truck
loaded with men and equipment
were sighted Jrom the air la:
night moving south towards Py-
ongyang, north Korean capitall
and communist assembly poin
for North Korea.
This reinforcement move co-
incided with a desperate Red de-
laying stand below Kumsong. an-
chor of the enemy's new central
front defense line 29 miles north,
of the 38th parallel.
Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet In-
dicated these reinforcements
may be used In a new enemy of-
fensive. The 8th Army comman-
der said during a battlefield tour:
"A third round of the Chinese
offensive Is expected In the for-
seeable future."
United Nations troops were
apparently digging in at some
points 2Q to 25 miles north of the
38th parallel to await supplies
and ammunition before lunging
north in force again.
The Pyongyang-bound enemy5
reinforcement convoys were the
first observed since the Reos
launched their second abortive
offensive a month ago.
Allied night bombers and
fighters, flying through stormy
weather, bomber, rocketed and
machinegunned the Communist
trucks. Poor visibility prevented
observation of the results.
Women Number Half of Anti-Air craft's
Civilian Recruits at Two-Thirds Mark
Yesterday. New York police
staged a series of raids that
rounded up 21 young peddlers
One squad of detectives found
a cache of narcotics In a dance- | "pf'^prmi'nat'ed "'
masters swank apartment " yet
Central Park West.
U. S. To Step Up
Fertilizer Production
For Food Program
HOT SPRINGS, Va., June 16
CUP)Secretary of Agriculture
refrigeration plant at the Diablo charles Brandan announced to-
day that the United States plans
Clubhouse.
Plans are being made to relo-
cate the shoe shop In the Balboa
bowling center. Final plans for
the relocation of other conces-
sionaires have not been made.
to step up Its annual production
of nitrogen fertilizer by 500.000
tons to meet the Increased food
growing needs of the defense pro-
gram.
The embassy spokesman de-
clined to speculate on when
the pilots might be released.
The two Thunderjets disap-
peared on a routine training
flight over West Germany eight
days ago.
Three days later the Prague
embassy asked* the Czech au-
thorities to confirm or deny re-
ports that the planes had made
forced landings at Kbely, Just
northeast of Prague.
The Czechs undertook to
check these reports, but were
not heard from till 81roky con-
ferred privately with Briggs yes-
terday.
help run the nationalized An-
glo-Irarrian Oil Company.
Kazem Hasslbl. representative
Of the Iranian Foreign Ministry
on the Iranian oil liquidation
I board, said:
"If the British get out others
will come In.
"Panamanians have already
offered to supply tankers and if
the British get out the Russians
will get their way and possibly
obtain -an outlet on the Persian
Gulf.
Aircraft Civilian Auxiliary Pre, sire' to man ^90- mm gun She o^oncoming^plan.,
mechanism was understand
gram Is completed In a
fully
years to
the workings
Sew of 10 it can shoot a plane months. Of course they may not should provide a train
altitude of about have complete details on the an reesrve which cou
......___rz. i__.I-iii j.ruu.iu ....in.. i action
Although the program- will be
limited to the Pacific side, plans
are under way to establish a
similar school on the Atlantic
side.
The 60-day training
which s*ar;s actively J
course
ly 12.
civil-
move
gside
cessary art Of protecting
C egoee well, and Col. S r<*ftalt
ford J. Goodman feels certain 1000 yards using 43-lb. shells why aspect o Army personnel in AA defense,
of the programs success women Everything.except the actual learn Pna with this program as its basis,
volunteers will soon convert- control of.,he ""<""^"rc-l The computer a little ma- civilian training in the States will
ed into expert anti-aircraft tion depend n remote control witrip hundred8 of tubes be crystallzed. The Canal Zone
SAffffJ a norTh^wlU^UuihtThe civil, and. dials that_.com_pu_tes how was_ chosen^ th. ex^ime
2E , .., v w ,corun'CrtL.n7^ V P..Alteronlthree weeks of much time it will take a fuse because it residents aruvcQUMd-
This would outflank Turkey, radar and command-post sta- lans Alter only inree w run lwQ wo< reQresentativ In morale.
where the United States has
spent millions.
Cuba To Nationalize
British Railroads
HAVANA. June 16 (UPlPres-
ident Carlos Prio Socarras last
night reiterated his Intention of
nationalizing Cuba's British-
owned railroads.
He was speaking to thousands
of demonstrating ratlwaymen de-
manding nationalization and a
five-day week.
tion.
triie thev will be ready lo to burst, will be run by two wo- ered representative
'&-.. who have already vol- re the glganUc gun at the men. as wUl the radio center loyalty e,nd coope!N
u^^ Tm^mS^m iwd rate of about 16 rounds a mln- (the heart of .0 communlca- and ^because lt Is a,
about half of theP"rIc?S}ts"W Se? considered good proficiency tlons system, anthe tracker f plaCM acce5slble to
?,-or.: fpmflifo will be In for bv the Army head ~ wnicn tracks the target wnere a complete antl-a1
Ia pleasant ffirte Although CIWUanTwill also learn how visually and sends impulses to system ls ln operation.
their act duties may seem to operate a 40-mm machine the_ computer. _.___#_____ f Addressing the press
and incomprehensible gun, that fires 120 rounds
Rroup,
vague
now the "County Fair"a com- minute, and an M-55 50
mnds a The Puerto Rican troops of Col Goodman head of tn,
-Caliber the 66th AAA Coup will act as _oard Qf omcers ^
M gun demonstra!ors and about JO in- .Waf ^ w ^ m(jre
ch"ose"eTtherhis"pa-rtlcular field At the Radar Station which oW living In the
of endeavor, or branch out Into this correspondent saw for the gan June u ana in wi.ee uj ~
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JUNE !, 1SS1
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures

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S.S. Chlrlqui...................................June 15
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S.8. Chiriqui .................................. .July
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S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 1
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 7
S.S. Cape Ann ....................... .........July 15
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Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
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S.S. Chiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chiriqui....................................July 1
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HELENA.........................Ber. July
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ML "SANTA LUISA" .............Duo Cristbal, Juns\27th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERTCA f\) NErv*tf)RK
8.8. "8ANTA ISABEL" ...........Salla Cristbal, June 18th
8.S. "SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristbal, June 25th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
MB. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ... Due Balboa, June 18th
88. "SANTA ADELA"* ..............Due Balboa, June 19th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COASTInTRaT
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MB. "ANCHOR HITCH".........Sails Cristbal. June 23rd
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PAJNAMA AGENCIES, CO.
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Panarra Directors Warn
of Steamship Domination
The Grace steamship Interests
are attempting to dominate air
service on the route-between-the
west coast of South America and
the east coast of the United
States, Pan American-Orace Air-
ways (Panagra) has told the
United States Civil Aeronautics
Board.
In a petition filed for Panagra,
which Is half owned by the Orace
interests, the board was asked to
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Orace for an Interchange of
equipment between Panagra and
National Airlines, on the grounds
that this would further the dom-
ination by Orace of the air route
between the United States and
the west coast of South America,
and to revoke a tentative deci-
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13.
L A temporary Panagra-National
ifcterchange would delay approv-
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bringing Panagra permanently
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public whom it serves and de-
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Pan-American Pilots
Win Top Honors
Pan American World Airways,
for the second year in a row, has
placed two of Its airmen in Ame-
rican Aviation Magazine's "hall
of fame-
One is Capt. Richard W. Vinal
- of South Miami ,(7|B0 Beach
miss apropos* ftp^cVtetPby' etree* aSeisttrrfr enlef pilot of
PAA's Latin American Division.
The other Is Capt. Henry c.
Krlstofferson of PAA's Pacific-
Alaska Division, who was cited
for his work with the Korean
airlift across the Pacific.
Only five airmen were named
by American Aviation, outstand-
ing publication of the industry,
as the top pilots of 1950, In con-
trast to 19 similarly honored for
Capt. Vlnal's citation reads:
"He supervised the engineer-
ing and flight testing which led
to Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tion approval of an Increase in
gross weight for the curtlss-
Wright C-48 (cargo Clippers.)
"His work made it possible to
boost payload on the C-46s, Which
PAA uses in cargo service, by 3,-
000 pounds.
"This was Just another feather.]
in a well-decorated cap for Vin-
al. He set up Douglas DC-6 op-
eration for PAA's Mexican affil-
iate, Compaa Mexicana de
Aviacin (CMA), during 1950. He
also supervised PAA's tests with
Aerojet JATO units on the Con-
vali-type Clippers."
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M9Arthur Invokes Alamo Spirit
In Blasting US Administration

By H. D. QUIGG
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., June 16.(UP) Gen.
Douglas MacArthur yesterday urged the American
people to "end invisible government" and accused
Secretary of State Dean.Acheson of holding "an
astounding concept of morality."
Flanked by many of his old comrades in arms
and standing against the historical backdrop of the
Alamo, MacArthur thundered his bitterest defiance
at the Truman Administration in the third address
of his Texas tour.
"What, I have been asked, is our greatest in-
ternal menace? If I were permitted but one sen-
tence of reply, but one phrase of warning it
would ibe to end invisible government upon pro-
paganda and restore truly representative govern-
ment based upon truth," said the deposed Far
Eastern'. commander. *~
A sweltering, crowd of J6.000.
assembled In the sun-baked pla-
za before the Alamo Texas'beT
loyed shrine of Independence
responded with a tremendous
ovation for the "old soldier."
MacArthur did hot mention
Acheson by name-, but the target
was clearly the Secretary of St-te
when MacArthur levelled oa the
estimate of Formosa's military
importance,- .as contained in an
advisory released by the State
Department to Kb Information a-
geneles abroad in December,
1949. %\f\\
"We h've fcldeed reached an
astounding concept of morality
when an official estimate such as
that... on Formosa is now stated
to be false and to have been ln^
tentlonally publicized In order to
mislead nubile-opinion," MacAr-
thur said.
On June 1. 1951. Acheson told
the "Senate committee lnvestlga-
. ting MacArthur'* removal, that
the advisory's purpose was to^
protect American prestige should
Formosa fall into enemv hands.
It ordered department Informa-
tion agencies to stress, in that
event, that Formosa had relative-
ly little military Importance tct
the United-States.
Acheson conceded in Senate
testimony that the statement did
not necessarily represent the true
feeling'of this Government.
Said MacArthur. whose, posi-
tion for years has been that For-
mosa is the key to U.S. defenses
in the Pacific, "propaganda of
thlj type closely parallels the So-
viet system which we so bitterly
condemn. Human liberty has|
never survived where such prac-1
' tice has flourished.".
He labeled;Busclft.,an interna-'
tlonal bully, and asked, "are we
content tb compromise basic
principles, to appease the sav-
age instinct underlying ruthless
aggression, to cover before the
verbal whiplash of an Interna-
tional bully?" .,
MacArthur dlpned Into Texas
history for a reference to the
Alamo, an ancient Franciscan
mission where a garrison of Tex-
.\s soldiers In 1836 withstood
bombardment 10 days by 4,000
Mexican trpops before they were
slaughtered to. the last man.
"Remember, .the Alamo" was
the rallying cry under which Gen.
Sam Houston. Texas' first great
military, hero, led his troops to
victory six weeks later In the
final battle of the war for inde-
pendence from Mexico.
"Had your heroes who fought
here, and others who through the
^gsiiratlons have-jfcvtched their
Srola example failed this slm-
s'but Immutable spirit had
they been bound by extraordin-
ary limitations withholding the
power essential'to achieve victo-
ry liberty would long ago have
perished." h said.
'Nosebag' Lunch/
Will Open Catun
? *
Probers May Cut Witness
List; Mac Gets Last Say
By JOHN L. STEELE
Girl Scout Camp
The Camp Harriett Morrow
Day camp will open Wednesday
at Gatun. Camp Harriett, the
Brownie Camp, will be held, at
the Gatun Gymnasium and
Camp Morrow the Intermedi-
ate Girl Scout Day Camp, will
meet at the Trefoil House. The
Camp will run from 9:00 a.m.
to 3:00 p.m. June 20 through
August 15 with the exception of
the 4th of July.
For the first day of camp the
girls are reminded to bring their
health certificates, which have
been issued within the week.
Each girl will bring a "nosebag"
lunch. The Brownies will also
bring their swimming suits and
towels, as they will swim every
day.
Five Negroes Fail
In Try To Enrol
At Florida U.

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TALLAHASSEE. Fla., June 18.
(UP)The Florida Supreme
Court ruled last night that ftve
Negroes have not shown any
proof that they haven't been
granted a chance for an equal
college edUat1oq with white
students In Florida.
The High Court refused to or-
der the Board of Control to im-
mediately enroll the Negroes at
the University of Florida for
courses they claim are not avail-
able at A. and M. College for
Negroes.
The tribunal specified, how-
ever, that the Negroes may re-
Institute legavVcprocedlngs at any
time thev are able to show
evidence of discrimination to the
satisfaction of the Court.
WASHiiGTON, June la (OP)
Gen. uoujlas ivlacAnuur was
yesceia&y invii*a Dae: to uie
L-apnoi to answer his criucs as
oiiiier uelense secretary Louis
Jonnaon accused the State De-
partment ol once trying to
-oesiioy Notionalist Liana.
cnanmau tucnara b. uu&>tll,
D., a., oi tne senate commit-
tee investigating MacAitnurs
recall announceo that the gen-
eral win be given a chance to
repiy to testimony of the joint
Lniefs of Staft ana otner Aa-
mimstration oniclals.
jonnson lestmeu that the
State Department's 1949 White
i-uper on China was an eiiori
to desLioy' Nationalist Lnina
and said ne was "continually
_...reu lor ii>mg to geC'u.c
aid to Chiang iCai-she* on for-
mla.
in a sharp new attack on
Acneson, jonnson deciareu that
"poiiucai pressure" lrom the
State Department caused tne
Joint Chieis of bits to oppose
his September, 1949, plan to dis-
patch a military mission to For-
mosa.
He told the committee, the
Chieis finally endorsed his pro-
posal alter he told them to ior-
get politics. They renewed their
recommendation, he said, a
month before the Korean War
and five months after President
Truman had vetoed It. The mis-
sion was not sent to Formosa
until last month.
Russell said a subcommittee
had voted to malee "drastic re-
ductions" in the number of wit-
nesses and to close, the hear-
ings, now in their eleventh
week, at "the earliest possible
date.". If the full committee ap-
proves, he said, the hearings
should end before June 30.
On June 9. MacArthur angri-
ly denounced as a lie any in-
ference that he ever favored a
coalition government in China.
He also accused Defense Secre-
tary George C. Marshall of mak-
ing one of history's "greatest
blunders" In urging such a coa-
lition.
Russell said MacArthur was
invited to testify again because
he was the llrit witness and Is
entitled to answer subsequent
testimony. If MacArthur pro-
duces new evidence, he said, It
may be necessary to give Mar-
shall and the Joint Chiefs an
opportunity to reply.
In his appearance before the
committee, Acheson read the
last paragraph of a top.seerei
cablegram sent to Washidfton
by MacArthur, Lt. Gen. Albert
O. Wedemeyer and Adm. Ray-
mond Spruance,- a U. S. naval
Doctors Seeking Long Life Use
Long [Arteriosclerosis] Words
By PAUL F. ELLIS
u
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.. June
16 (UP)A significant clue to
the cause of hardening of the
arteries was reported bv a team
of medical detectives at the an-
nual meeting of the American
Heart Association today.
The scientists, after a study
of 82 patients who had suffered
coronary thrombosis, and 123
healthy persons, found that an
upset balance between two fatty
substances in the blood may be
commander in the Pacific, on
utv:. ,, 1945.
It "suggested" that U. 8. aid
to China oe used to "orlng to-
getner and eiiect a compromise
oeiween tne' major opposing
groups' in uiat country, to -pro-
mote a united democratic
L-iiuia."
Vveoemeyer said that, far
from uiguig a compromise, he
considered the document re-
commenalng an "ultimatum" to
the Cnineue Communists. But
he acKnowiedgea that lt could
I be interpretea by a reader as
lavoring a coalition.
I MacArthur also will be given
f a cuance to reply to the geiiei-,
ai testimony oi tne Joint cnlefs
ftaai ins corean war proposals
iiiigiit leaci to ail-out wa.r with
L.M..)4a\ v...en uie i/.iiiea States
is unprepared for lt.
he mu> *iu in his Texas
speecnes that this country was
i neter Stronger and that them
i Is no reason lor the fear wmch
ne claims is prevalent in Ad-
ministration circles,
jonnson, wno v. wr fired by Mr.
i Tinman a.ver a long row with
Acheson, generally supported
AiacArtnurs war proposals,
ne maae these main points:
l.i The Joint Chiefs gave
MacArtnur an eleventh now
cnanoe to back aown on hl
! plans for the lncnon landings
in Korea last year. But Mac- i
Arthur persista, agreed to take
the responsibility and tnen car- j
1 ried out a brilliant operation
; that was "beautifully-done."
2.) The high military com-
mand had no "war plan" ioi
Korean when Mr. Truman pr-
1 aerea u'.S. intervention.
- 3.) The State Department
f should be reorganized to han-
dle diplomatic matters only
instead of operating "all over
tne lot." He said It should be
kept out of military affairs and
snoula not handle lorelgn aid.
4.) Lt. Gen. Albert C; Wede-
meyer had no authority to ad-
vise the State Department in
1949 to prepare world opinion
for the fall of Formosa to the
Communists.
S.i Russia is not., ready for
war, although a "pistol shot"
might start one. Johnson said
he Is "satisfied we can lick her
right now."
2 0.1 He said he doubted if any
American in public life had
been "lied about more than I
have."
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Upset White Sox: Twice In Twinbill
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As Cop 2nd Game 12-5;
Yanks Win, Trail By 3
By UNITED PRESS x
J^NKW YORK, June 16.Ths lowly Athletics
defeated the White Sox in both ends of a twi-night
dflUeheuder and enabled the Yankees to cut
Chicago's American League to three games as they
topped the Tigers 2-0.
The As beat the hlghrldlngl the'first inning on two singles
White Sox 4-3 in eleven innings
in the opener and then routed
them 12-6 in the nightcap while
the Yankees snapped a two-game
loslo* streaK by blanking the Ti-
efl^arund Vic Rascal's three-
hit pitching.
In the only olher American
and Hank Bauer's infield out and
added another in the third on
Mickey Mantle's single, his stolen
base and Bauer's single.
Johnson, obtained from the
Browns recently, pitched a three-
hitter as the lena tors beat the
Indians. The Senators won the
League game the Senators down- game in the fifth Inning when
ed the Indians 4-2 on Don John- they scored three uns on Oil
son* three-hit pitching. The Ooan's double, a valk to Caaa Mi-
Brown* and Red Box were rained chaels and Irv Noren's triple,
out at Boston. Don Newcombe struck out sev-
The Dodgers shaded the Cubs i en and knocked in the run that
2-1 in an afternoon game and the I beat Paul Minner and the Cubs
Ojalas beat the Pirates 11-4; the { as the Dodgers won their fourth
Reds downed the Braves 8-1 and I straight game in the west. New-
I.

5

the Cardinals romped over the
"fehillle* 10-2 in night games
The Athletics won the first
game In a melee which broke out
when Elmer Valo scored the win-
ning run from first base on On*
.Zernlal'i double. Valo crashed
into catcher Gus NJarhos and
ujknire pharley Berry, ruled the
hAKfieclcecl the bal! from the
;recrHfer's hands
Pitcher Saul Kngovin charg-
ed at Valo and some punches
were exchanged. Other flayers
attempted to join the battle hut
Berry stopped the trouble by
ruling Marlins had dropped the
ball and ordered both teams
back,** their dugouts.
iJ/Kie Bobby Shanfit went the
roML-gfciite fifth vtHry in the
najBWrwnd the Athletics rout-
ed Ken jftolcorabc with five runs
in the first two innings.
Vic Raschl won his tenth game
as the Yankees downed the Ti-
gers. The Yankees scored a run in losses.
combe fanned five straight Cubs
In the sixth and seventh innings
while scoring his seventh win o,f
th year.
Wes West rum kneeked in Six
runs with two homers and Jim
Hearn copped his sixth game as
the Giants remained six garnet
behind the Dodgers. We.strufti
hit his first homer with three
on against Bet. friend In the
fifth and exploded his ninth of
the year off Jim Walsh with
one on in the ninth.
Willie Ramsdell pitched a sev-
en-hitter for his fourth win as
the -Reds dumped the Braves.
Max Surkont was touched for
four of the Reds' runs and suf-
fered his f l(tf'^u t r
Max Lanler won his third game
as the Cardinals scored sis runs
in the eighth inning to beat the
Phillies and Ken Heintzelman
who suffered his sixth loss. It was
Lanier's third victory against five
Bobby Locke Takes
National Open Lead
BIRMINGHAM. Mich., June 16
.(UPi Methodical Bobby Locke
;of South Africa fired a one-over-
par 71 yesterday to sufge into
the lead in the National Open
Golf Tournament at Birming-
ham, Michigan.
i i fcookeVH, coupled with a first
jowis^^m^ri 73, givaaJm a 86-
^^T^^^^^H^m 144 aria a three-
stroke bulge over the rest of the
field.
Five others are tied for the run-
ner-up spot with scores of 147.
They are Lew Worsham, of Oak-
mont, Pennsylvania, Al Brosch
of Garden City, Long Island. Paul
-Runyan of Pasadena. California.
' Chuck Klein of San Antonio and
Clayton .Haefner of Charlotte,
flffth Carolina.
.. With olio quarter of the field
"till out. only one golfer veter-
}TBI Johnny Bulla -had managed
to match par over the full 18
holes of play on the Oakland Hills
.Country Club course The Vero-
na. Pennsylvania pro had a card
of 35-35 today.
SlammY Sammy Sneadthe
-round leader dronued back
Wravt The Whiteriulphur
iprings, West Virginia pro fired
__a three-over-par 38 on his first
, jiine and a 41 on the second nine.
6nead has a total of 149.
[! Argentine Roberto De Vlcenzo
has a total of 151 fired in the fol-
lowing manner75-76.
Count Turf Favored
In Today's Running
Of Belmonl Stakes
NEW YORK. June 16 (UP)
j The 83rd running of the Belmont
Stakes today may turn out to be
j the richest In its history.
A field of lf> has been enterefj
$83*000. That w^W^diem,-
; 000 Phalanx won In 1947.
Heading the field for today's
! feature at New York will be Count
, Turf, the Kentucky Derby wln-
I ner. His sire, Count Fleet, won
| the 1943 Belmont.
Others in the field are Battle-
field, Counterpoint. Mameluke,
; Steadfast. Royal Mubtaqfc. B&q-
; tie Morn. Sonic, How and Nut-.
| lify.
I
Count Turfthe favorite j 8-51 -will be ridden by Con Mc-
1 Creary who rode the Jack Amlel
I colt In the Kentucky Derby. Ed-
1 die Arcaro will shoot for his fifth
Belmont victory with Battlefield.
-Counterpoint will be ridden by
Dave Gorman au4 the-otiter half
, of the C. V. WHiffley entryMa-*
; melukewill be handled by Ray
I Adair.
Basil Green will ride How, the
only filly in the race. Only two
I fillies ever have wan the Bel-
mont.
t/erfoo ay fa*&Qttsifeis
Harlem Globetrotters To Play
Three Games Here Next Week
Arrangements have been com-
pleted by the Panama National
Basketball Federation 'Federa-
cin Nacional de Basketball' tu
have the world-famed Harlem
Globetrotters basketball team
play three games on the Isthmus.
The Globetrotters are sched-
uled to play two gamesJune 30
and June 21at the Panam
Gym and the third game at the
Colon Arena on June 32.
The all-Negro Globetrotters
team will be accompanied here
by the all-White American Asso-
ciation All-Stars. The Globetrot-
ters and All-Stars will clash on
the second night at the Panam
Gym and also at the Colon Are-
na in the third and last appear-
ance locally of the two teams.
The first night -June 20 (Wed-
nesday)-the Globetrotters will
display their wares against re-
inforced Lord Chesterfield five.
The first game of the evening
will feature the All-Staraaiajnst
the Bam quintet, which will also
be Strengthened with players
from other teams.
The players on the Globetrot-
ters are Louis "Babe" Pressley,
Ermer Robinson, William "Pop"
Gates. Fred Pearson, Robert Hall,
Carl Hall, Carl Helem. Ted Strong
and Duke Cumberland.
Army Spor
FORT KOBBE, C.Z., June 16
The 38rd Infantry's representa-
tive team In the forthcoming US-
ARCAR1B basketball tournament
will be decided by a three leag
playoff during July. The th
leagues being formed represi
the First Battalion, Second Bat
talln and Separate Units Bat-
talion.
Inaugurating the new season
in fine fashion, Company E, Sec-
ond Battalion, won over Company
F; score 43 to 21. High scorer for
the winners was Co-captain Cun-
ningham, with 21 points. Strange
Of Company F, was high man on
his team with a, total o[ nine
points. Forwards Cunnlrtgham
and QuUlm had high praise for
their teams center, Manon, whose
offensive play-making and de-
fensive work played a major role
In Company E's victory.
In the next game or the 2nd,
Battalion League, Company H
gained an eleven-point advantage
in the third gectocL then fro;
late rush by (BBd*u*|*E. to
the advantage and WTn 31 to 2u.
Sullivan anaKrall led Company
H scorers with ten points each.
All basketball lovers can enjoy
games every Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
nights at Fort Kobbe Post Gym.
Games start at 6:30 p.m., and the
public Is invited to attend.
National League
Teams
Won Lost
Brooklyn .... 35 18
New York.....81
Cincinnati.....36
St. Louis......27 17
Boston ....... 26
Philadelphia. ... 26 28
Chicago......22 28
Pittsburgh.....M 32
Pet.
.680
.544
.500
.500
.481
.481
.440
.383
American League
TODAY'S GAMES
New terk at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Leuls (N).
Breoklvn at Chicago.
YESTERDAY* RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York............
Pittsburgh..........'
(Night Game)
Boston..............
clnnatl..........
11
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(Night
hlladelphia .
St. Louis ..
Game)
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Brooklyn 000 002 0002 11 2
Chicago 000 100 0001 8 0
Newcombe (7-5' and Campan-
ula; Minner '3-5) and Walker.
i| lii The;,
Letter Box
Pedro Miguel Summer
Recreation Program
Starts Next Week
The athletic actirlties of the
Summer Recreation Program at
Pedro Miguel will start next week
at the gymnasium. The swim-
ming classes will start after Julv
4 and the arts and crafts classes
will negln July 10.
The following schedule has
been announced for the activities
beginning next week:
Tennis classes will be held from
8 to 9 o'clock on Tuesday morn-
ings.
Archery will be from 9 to 10:30
o'clock on Wednesday mornuius.
Mixed games will be held daily
from 2:30 to 2:45 o'clock In the
afternoon.
Junior basketball has been
scheduled from 2:48 to 3:30 daily
with basketball for older boys
from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock in the
afternoon daily.
Tuesday will be teen-age night
at the gymnasium.
Citation Entered
For $15,000 'Cap
INOLIWOOD. Calif. June 15
(UPi Racing's top money win-
ner -Citation- has been entered
for the $15.000 Century Handicap ;
at Hollywood Park today.
Only four horses will go against
the Triple Crown winner that has |
earned 9644.400. Citation has run
poorlv In this seeond comeback
Colon, R. P.
June 16,1931.
Sports Editor.
The pangpA American
Sir:
A
I will greatly appreciate it If
you will publish these facts lit
your widely read paper.
At the last meeting- of the Co
Ion Boxing Commission I wa
fined $25 for allegedly disrespect-
ing the commission In an article
which appeared in a local news-
ell Mason I was' *
fined la because I have tried to
verify and disclose whether Jesus
Compos is a main-event fighter
or a semi-finalist. Boxing Com-
mission President Estenoz also
told me that I will be barred from
holding fights anymore at the
Eleta-controlled Colon Arena.
At said meeting I asked Louis
Cralg, tuatclrEkfrfol otnorro*
nightsTchfauted fight, to till
me if this Jesus Compos isn't the
same Jesus Compos who fought
Teddy St. John in a six-round
semi-final at Holyoke, Mass. on
a card featured by Otis Graham
In the main bout.
I also requested that he explain
to me how Is it that Compos, who
also met Alfred Shields In a six-
round semi-final In April, could
possibly be matched with Willie
Pep after losing the abovemen-
tioned bouts. No answer was giv-
en to either question.
To prove that I am positive that
Compos is a mediocre semi-final-
ist, I am willing to pay Compos
$15 (fifteen dollars) ior every
round he can stay with local *e-
ml-flnallst Steven Bennett. Ho'
about it Mr. Cralg?
Yours for the best In boxing,
Silvestre Beresford L.
Ced. No. 8-2820. .
Teams
Chicago ....
New York . .
Boston .....
Cleveland . .
Detroit .....
Washington ... It
St. I.euU......IS
Philadelphia ... 17
Won Lost Pet.
36
33
30
29
25
i!
22
24
U
32
34
35
TODAYS GAMES
Cleveland at Washington
Chicago at Philadelphia.
Detroit at New York.
St. Louis at Boston.
.692
.635
.577
.547
.300
.373
.346
.327
(N).
Game Twilight)
010 100 100 003 t
(First
Chicago
Phlla. 100 002 000 014
(Second Game
Chicago........
Philadelphia .. .
Night)
8
12
(Night (lame)
m*^:::::: S
(Night Game)
Cleveland............. 2
Washington.......... 4
T. LOUIB at BOSTON
(Postponed, Rain)
V Hoop League
CRISTOBAL
It was a night of upsets at the
last basketball session at the
Cristobal Armed Services YMCA,
as both leading teams were mov-
ed Into the lost column. Both
teams had been beaten earlier.
The USARCARIB School start-
ed the evening by knocking off
the fast 20th M.P. Co. 41-39. This
game was nip And tuck all the
way as each quarter ended in a
close margin. In the first, it wat
6-6 for the School and 18-18 at
half time. The UEARCARIB
School led 32-30 at the third pe-
riod and 41-38 at the end. It was
a thrilling game .from start to
lnis
uck
nine
Joe louis KO's
Lee Savold In
Sixth Round
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP)
Ancient Joe Louis looked like the
Brown Bomber of old last night
as he blasted Lee Savold into
slumber at two minutes and 29
seconds of the sixth round.
Louis gave Savold a terrific
lacing in every round except the
fifth when Lee landed two hard
rights to Louis' Jaw which mo-
mentarily staggered Joe,
Joe easily took the first round
as he outjabbed Savold and shook
him up several times with hard
rights and left hooks,
i Louis brought blood from Sav-
old'* nose In the second with sev-
eral hard left jabs. By the end of
the third Lee's face was a crim-
son mask.
The only knockdown of the
fight cam when Joe landed a
solid left smash following a flur-
ry of punche* "to Savold's body
and face.
Referee Ruby Goldstein tolled
off the ten count Just before Sav-
old struggled to his feet. Approx-
imately 18,000 fans witnessed the
uneven battle.
Local Rate Little League
Off To Successful Start
July 4th Track
And Field Meet
Set For Balboa
The Physical Education Re-
creation Section, under the di-
rection of John 8. PettinelU. an-
nounced today that Paul Karst,
ooach at the Balboa Gymnasium,
will have direct charge of all
track and field events at the Bal-
boa Stadium on the Fourth of
Julv, with all physical education
centers of the Division of Schools
participating.
Two classifications of events
will be held. The Junior Track
and Field Meet, will commence at
9 a.m. Pupils of the C.Z. schools,
mostly In th* elementary and Ju-
nior high school age-level, will
take part for the numerous mer-
its and certificates to be awarded
ndd m"tr]l iff MrRXla'ld field Meet
high man for the M.P. Co. with 20
points, closely followed by Oster-
berg of the School with 17.
In the nightcap the Navy of
Coco Solo tossed- the leagru* Into
a wide open affair as they drop-
ped 903rd "D" Btrv 48-44. Helrud
and Hosfelt led the Navy attack
frith 18 and 12 points respective
y, whil* Trueblood and Tischuk
carried the burden for 903rd D"
Btrv with 12 and 10.
The standings are as follows:
ncer was no entries are needed, simply re-
Teams
USARCARIB School
903rd "D" Btry
20th M.P. Co.....
Navy Coco Solo. ..
Won Lost
2 1
1 1
i a
port to your playground dtrecter
and advise in which event you
wish to participate.
Coach Karat advised that ev-
ery playground In the Division of
Schools is furnished a schedule
of events which can be obtained'
from the instructor on duty. Get
your* today. -
The second part of the Fourth
of July Track and Field program
will get underway S p.m. at the
Balboa Stadium with the cream
of the track and lek} star* en-
tered.
In afternoon senior event* you
MUST ENTER to compete. Entry
blank* are now being mailed to
Local Rat* Little League
ball got off to a flying start,
Thursday night, at the Balboa
Stadium where teams from La
Boca, Red Tank-Paralao, and
Gamboa reeled off a doublenead-
r before one thousand fans.
H. L. Donovan. Canal Zone Lit-
tle League commissioner, threw
the inaugural pitch, Umpire
were Master Sgt. Marvin Meth-
eny, Leonard Roberts, Fltz Rob-
erts, and Alfred Bowen.
'In the first game of the twin
bill, Twin City Rookies, from the
Red Tank-Paralso area, teed off
agtlnst the Lesterlo ill La Bo-
cans for an 8-1 decision.
R. Jlmenaa starred on the
mound for the victors with a bril-
liant three-hit effort and wield-
ed a booming bat for two hita In
as many appearances. Pedro Wel-
lington, the losing hurler, waare-
lieved In the second frame y
Robert Pate.
The box core;
mil
Th* Fereas La Boca Cubs put
the h*at on the Monticclla Gam-
boan* for a torrid 14-9 slugfest
in the seiiOnd tilt.
Southpaw Karl Sinclair, the
successful twirler, (truck out 11
Gamboan and yielded but two
hit*. Catcher Walter St. Louis was
the Josh Gibson of the game. He
poled out a homer, a double, and
a single in three tune* at bat for
the La Boca Cub*. I. Scott waa
th* losing pitcher.
The boS score:
R. Brown, lb..'..
I. Lord, lb.......
L. Best. **-lf .. ..
. Pat*, c-p .. ..
B. Innif, lb .. ..
E. Best, lf-a* ....
G. Payne, of .. ..
. Watson.rt .. ..
, Wellington, p.
C Layne, c......
ABB
a o
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
0
2
Total...... .. ..... 80 1 8
Twin City Roekle*
H. Gilllng*. s*......
A. Titus, lb.......
L. Blades, c......
It. Jimenez, p ., ..
R. Mollnon, 3b ....
R. Samuels, 2b .. ..
E. Del Rlos. rf .,
O. Maynard, If...... I
Pelascd, If........
Paddy foot, cf. .. .,.
Holder, cf........
AB
3
1
3
2
3
3
2
Total
31 7
th* various recreation center In
the Canal Zone, Panam and the
military field*. '
Thoe who have not as yet re-
ceived entry blank*, call Coach
Paul Karst on telephone Balboa
1704, Balboa Oymnaslum request-
ing the amount of entries re-
quired and same will be mailed
to you promptly.
Faces In
i /-> nut? C4 [
The Majors
reina La Beca Cuke AB B
A. Brown, m........ 4 1
W. Forde, lb........ 4 1
J. Howard, ft....... 4 41
W. St. Louis, c...... I I
A. Howell, lb........ 4 1
C Griffith, If........ I
6. jolly, cf.......... 4 3
Proverb*, rf...... I i
K. Sinclair, p........ I 1
Toted*............10 14 12
MeaHeeU* fiaaabeaae
C. Banter, 3b........
Gomez, c..........
F. Modelo, lb.........
M. Grant, a*........
H. Warren, c-p......
L. Faroln, rf .. .... ..
S. Duncan, If........
Brown. If ,........
C. Wejsh. ft........
. Fennell, cf........
B. Scott, p..........
Ramsey, Sb..........
AB
1
0
3
1
3
3
3
?
1
1
.
H
0
0
0
i
1
0
0
0-
0
0
0
Total*............ 1 I 2.
Next week'* schedule follows:
MondayF*rgus Cub* v*.
La Bocana. 4:30 p.m.,
Mil*
. La Boca;
Twin City KdoKle* va. Monticello
Gamboan, 4:30 p.m.. Santa Crua,
Wednesday -Monticello Gam-
boan* vs. Twin City, 4:30 p,.
Paraso; If ill La Bocan v*. Fer-
(U* Cub*, 4:30 p.m., La Boca.
Saturday Monticello Gam-
boan* va Fergus Cub*, 9:30 a.m.,
La Bca: Twin City Rookie* v*.
fill La Bocal,- lf:> am., La
Boca,
--------1,---------1
Crooking Frogs
Finally Lull Tired
CHARLBSTON, W. V*. June 1
tc*
id were making so much not**
-Ightlhat haand hlTtick wife
trouble steeping.
til Fi
" *H
Officer Gray Pence suggested
that he and Hersman capturo
the Jumper and tranaport them
to' a more isolated location.
"After thro* hours of. hand-
; grabbing frog*, we had eight, and
I Haraman waa ready to aire up
and try for a night's sleep.'' re-
ports Pence.
but Calumet Is preparing him for
the 3100.000 Hollvwood Oold Cup
\ win in that July 14 event would
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The? little Lffcu*' in the Cans
/one haw hewn invited to parti-
cipate In Series of Games to de-
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Boys in age bracket.6-12 years.
Your Canal Zone boys have a
sjood chance to win the Cham-
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lutlging and meals. Help the
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FAREWELL PARTE FOR MR. ANO MRS. DARLING
Mr. and Mrs. Dash wood Dirllnj, who are, leavlnf next
month to.retie in Kart frsnotsco, were honored With a eock-
UB ih ani kufAt awfMr (>ra last venial by Mr. and
Mrs. Laurence Rreece at their Balboa home.
eS^^Mh)TtttXt^l'3ilwT%. Del.., Mr.
and Mrs. T. N. Dagnal, Captain and Mrs. Robert S. Fahle,
Mr. and Mrs. Marsells Grlnseire, Dr. and Mrs. Wajras Oildsr,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlas P. Hards, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Han-
lay, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Motta. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kidd,
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Raymond,
alonsl and Mrs. James PumpeUy, Major and Mrs. Byron
hf. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Van Dm, Mr.-a**.Mrs. R. Ptrnl-
totii, Mr. and Mrs. Colin Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mer-
me. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ZeimeU. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Paller,
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Darling are
completing their second stay on
the Isthmus having been here
lor orer five years. He Is em-
ployed by the Panama Agencies
In Cristobal as the assistant man-
ager, and is being transferred to
their San'francisco of flee.
During their stay on the Isth-
mus, Mr. and Mrs. Darling have
entered Into the varied activities
of the Gol dCoast. He la a past
president of the Propeller Club.
Port 83. Port of the Panama Ca-
nal and Is now a vice-president
or the national organisation. He
Is lso a vestryman of the Amer-
ican Episcopal Church of Our Sa-
viour. Mrs. Darling has been ah
activs member of Colon Unit of i and Mrs. D. A. Wsddell
the Inter American Woman's! Mrs. Margaret Oemmlll.
Club and the Cristobal Woman's
Club. She has resigned her posi-
tion as president of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Church of Our
Saviour because of her imminent
departure.
ton. Texas, arrived list week for
a visit of several weeks with Mrs.
Leonard G. Huff of Cristobal.
Mr. and Mrs. Reeves
Honored with Dinner
Mr. and Mrs; Frank Canavag-
glo. entertained with a buffet
supper party at their home In
Colon last evening, honoring Mr.
and Mrs Walter Reeves, Jr.. who
are spending their honeymoon on
the Isthmus.
Invited to meet the bride and
grom with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Reeves. Sr.. were:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Long. Mr.
and Mrs. Reginald Armstrong,
Mr'.'-and Mrs. O. A. Diets. Mr.
and
Mrs. Lydia Hadeau, the De-
partment President, will be the
Installing officer. -
All Legionnaires are invited to
the installation and to the pot
luck supper which will be served
at 8:30 p.m. Every Auxiliary
member b requested to bring a'
covered dish.
Weaaaa's Auxiliary Honors
Two Mesaban
The Women's Auxiliary of the
American Episcopal Church of
Our Saviour In Cristobal held
their regular meeting at the
church with Mrs. Dash wood
Darling, president, presiding. Al-
ter opening the meeting Mrs.
Darling turned the chair ovei to
Mrs. C. J. O'Sullivan, the vice-
president, who will take over.lhe
duties of the office, as Mrs. Dar-
ling is leaving for the State.
Mrs. Milton A. Cookson sang
"When the Roses Bloom" accom-
panied by Mrs. Rafael DeBnyrte
on the organ.
Farewell presents were given
Mrs. Darling and Mrs. Walter
Koerber, who Is also leaving to
reside in California during the
ummer. FT
Refreshments were served by
Mrs. B. G. Tydeman, Mrs. Frank
Wolfe, and Mrs. Wayne Nellls.
The other members present
With Chaplain Milton A. Cook-
son were Mrs. E. W. Mlllspaugh,
Mrs. Harold White. Mrs. H. O.
ngelke, Mrs. Margaret Gemmill.
Mrs. Mary Engelke, Mrs. Robert
Neely, Mrs. C. V. Russell, Mrs. S.
A. Blakealet, a visitor and Mrs.
Robert Thomas, Mrs. Julian
Dietz. Malnert Peterson. E. A.
Cox. Gilbert Morland. Charles
Whltaker. Eustace Lee and Hen-
ry Blgelow.
Junior Choir service
for Father's Day
The Junior choir of the Mar-
garita Union Church will hold a
vesper song service at 4:10 p.m.
tomorrow afte moon in the
church room of the Margarita
Hospital building, in honor of
Father's Day.
The vested choir has the fol-
lowing members: Rlekle and
Wayne Bath. Jean Chambers,
Eddie and Tommle Cunningham,
Marion Delaney, Barbara and
'"ria P"-lksOn Carol Flennlken,
Billy Gibson. Elizabeth Halloran,
Marilyn Hart, Bill Hayes, Rich-
ard Hostettler, Sandra Hughes,
Marlon Leach, Irene Meehan,
Carl Newhard, Raloh Perkins,
Bonnie Rankin, Colleen Baiter,
Georgia Smith. Kay Stone and
Lamoine and Leroy Werleln.
Mrs H. P. Bevington is the
choir director.
Confirmation at
Church of Out Saetear
The holy rite of confirmation
will take place at the Church of
Our Saviour at 11:00 a.m. tomor-
row with the Rt. Rev. Bishop r.
Heber Gooden as the speaker.
The choir will sing Robert's an-
them "Seek Ye The Lord."
Special Servtee at Oaten
The Cristobal Lodge NO. J, In
dependent Order of OddFellows
I
New Book
"Fishing the Atlantic. Offshore
and On," by S. Kip Farrington,
Jr., Is one of the new books plac-
ed In circulation during the past
week by The Panama Canal Li-
brary. The book in effect replac-
es and revises a former volume by
the same author. "Atlantic Game
Fishing" which went out ef print
m 1939.
It is designed to bring the pis-
catorial-minded reader up-to-
date with all new tactics, places,
boats, guides and equipment that
have been used and fished since
1937. Included are 72 pages of
and the Rebekahs will be guests 11:00 a.m.
at the morning service at the Oa-
tun Union Church tomorrow at
Mrs. Blgelow Complimented
with Shower
Mrs. D. A. Waddell and Mrs.
Porter McHan were co-host esses
for a shower given at Mrs. Wad-
dell's quarters in Old. Cristobal,
last evening, to compliment Mrs.
Henry Blgelow.
A stroller and baby's car bed
were presented the honoree by
her friends. After the presenta*
tion the group played bridge and
canasta.
Prizes for the games were won
by Mrs. Noble A. Phillips with
high score and Mrs. John Fahn-
estock with second high. Mrs.
Edward Eckhoff won the canasta
rlae. Mrs. Robert Neely and
[rs. R. A. Hay ward received the
cut prizes.
Paul 8. Stewart, Mrs. Earl'AN
bertson. Mrs. C. B. Jones. Mrs.
Mamert Peterson. Mrs. MlUon
Cookson. Mrs. Michael Greme,
Mrs. Irl Sanders. Jr.. Mrs. E. W.
Millspaugh. Mrs. Walter Freu-
digman and Mrs Edward O'-
Brien .
Vlslter from Houston
Mrs. R. W.Bludworthoi Hous-
New Woman's Club
Organised at Coco Solo
The Chiefs' Wives of the Coco
Solo Naval Station met recently
at the CP.O. Club to organize a
new club. Twenty-one ladles
were present and the following
officers were elected: president,
Mrs. Ralph Hill, vice-president,
Mr., Robert E. Sigman, Secre-
tary. Mrs. F. N. Johnston.
Treasurer, Mrs. C. M. Lowe. The
tollowlng working committee
chairmen were appointed: Tele-
phone Committee, Mrs. 8. C.
Dills; Deeorating Committee,
Mrs. L. H Beckstead; Publicity,
Mrs W. P. Cary.
It was decided to hold their
monthly meetings on the second
Tuesday of every month, at 2:00
p.m. in the C.P.O. Club.
The first social activity will be
a supper to be held Tuesday, Ju-
ly 10. at 6:00 p.m. at the club. All
chiefs' families are cordially in-
vited to participate
The other guesU,fwer*: Mrs.ni This* occasion will not only ce-
rebrate the organization of the
club, but la to welcome the new
arrivals from the States.
American Leglen
Installation Tonight
Elbert 8, Waid Unit 2. Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary will hold
Its Installation of officers for
1951-92 this evening at the Le*
glon Hall in Old^Cf lstobal.
CECILIA THEATRE TODAY!
2 EXCITING RELEASES IN ONE PROGRAM
' AND AT POPULAR PRICE!__________
Continuous waves of
laughter 1 Mountains oi
gags and adventures...
with the most feared pi-
rate of them all!
DONALD O'CONNOR
-in-
"DOUM.E CROSSGONES"
IN TECHNICOLOR!
P
L
U
- with -
HELENA CARTER
Hope Emerson John Emory!
WIU Geer
Their love was big... But
so was the distrust among
theml...

The year's oustandlng
thriller!
"THE BLUE LAMP"
Presenting
DICK BOGARDE
PEGGY EVANS
And spine-tingling thrills!
A Universal Pic ture I
'SHOCK
ENTERTAINMENT"
There Is No Way To
Describe It...
YOU MUST SEE IT.,
HEAR IT.. FEEL IT...!
TODAY!
SHOWS
AT 5:00 AND 9:00 P.M.
"THE SOUND
OF FURY"
Starring:
Frank LOVEJOY Kathleen
RYAN Richard CARLSON -
Lloyd BRIDGES
Also: At 5 and 9 p.m.
RAUL I'RIARTE
AND HIS ARGENTINE ORCHESTRA
O;.-
4, .
photographs and complete de-
scriptions of many species of fish.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Domestic Animals "Teach
your dog new tricks." Shondell;
and "Parrot Family Birds," Bron-
son* j.
South AniAica20,000 Leagues
Behind the 8 Ball. Dodge.
Fiction "Death has Seven
Faces," Austin; "A woman In
Possession," Burnett; "The Kan-
sas City Milkman," Packard;
"The Golden Exile," Schoonover;
"The Nice American," Sykes;
"The 3lst of February," Symons.
Added to the Reference Collec-
tion during the past week
"Trade-marks; fcegal and Com-
mercial Aspects," Bennett; Lit-
erary Property in the United
States," Shaw.
New Editions and Replace-
ments "Intelligence in the
modern world," Dewey; "Art
Through the Ages," Gardner;
"The Book of Old 8llver." Wyler;
"The American Songbag," Sand-
burg; "Seven Seas on a Shoe-
string," Long.
Children's Fiction "Country
Noisy Book," Brown; "Sea Star."
Henry; "Anabel's Windows,"
Hewes; "Winkle, the Grey Squir-
rel." Pratten; "The Man in the
Manhole and the Fix-it Men,"
Sage; "The Flrehouse Mystery,"
Venn.
Children's Non-Fiction"Any-
where in the world," Webber:
"America's Opportunities," Hall:
"Loost on a Mountain in Maine."
Fendler; "The Four Corners of
the World," Duvolsln.
w f n DI

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lune Bri
jf I Arl'n'ie deii|r> 1
mWtm M. ilyU *?J
14K fM wMing ', ***
Treasure Island Treasure Chest
Auto* Omphrov
S. A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y-Calle 26
, laaulifully Kulp-, _
' |,.ur.dl4f.ld >/.-
KLIM
NOURISHMENT
te tooked dishes
I 'j-dl.m.nd w.d-
(eins b.nd ! UK $37.50
LACSA
Tivoli Agencies
No. 8 Tivoli Ave.
Felix Maduro. S. A.
No. 21 Cantral Ave.
At The CENTRAL Theatre
$1,000 IN PRIZES
CONTRIBUTED BY THE
COMPANIES LISTED
CHOICE PERFUMES RADIO CAMERA ROUND
TRIP VIA AIR TO SAN JOSE TAILOR MADE
DINNER JACKET JEWELRY GIFT CERTIFI-
CATES ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, tte.
RULES
Visit any of the Companies listed herein who
have sponsored this TREASURE CHEST and obtain
from them the TREASURE CHEST KEY.
Starting June 12 and for the period ending
June 25 there will be an attendant in the lobby
of the CENTRAL THEATRE during the hours of
7 p.m. and 9 p.m. who will upon the presentation
of the key open the CHEST. Draw an envelope
you will know then and there if you won a prize
and what the prize it.
The distribution of prizes will be made the /
evening of June 25. Bring your certificate to the
Central Theatre and pick up your gift.
TREASURE ISLAND
(IN TECHNICOLOR)
To Be Released At '
THE CENTRAL THEATRE
June 21, 1951
Antonio
3 r Innovucinq
No. 84 Central Ave. .
La Mascota
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.
Madurito'e
No. 100 Central Ave
Geo. F. Novey Inc.
No. 279 Central Ave.
Mercurio, S. A.
No. 141 Central Ave.
Guardia & Co.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 29
KODAK
No. 98 Central Ave.
Swift & Co.
No. 63 Ave. 4 de Jmo
Perneo, S. A.
No. 12 Centrsl Ave.
Angelini I.coree
179 Central Ave.
Kraft Foods
No. 4 Cuba Ave.
Corporacin
Universal
Exportacin
No. 32 J. Feo. de la Osss
Ave.
Chesterfield
A. B.C.
Panama Auto, S. A.
Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 30




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SATURDAY, JUNE 1. 1M1
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
* U Wat 13tfc Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. IT H StreolPiuu
No. 11.178 Contra! Arc.-Colon.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Zenith oulomotic re-
cord player andk radio combination,
table model 25 cycle. 5611 -A,
Diablo Hgts.
Jnghcute Ttfriger-
guorontee House
Phone 4-225.
:^-"%as stove. *)"1jurner
oven, apartment size, good
FOR S-
with
condition. Needs cleaning $30.00.
A'rn fishing tackle. Phone 83-
6257.
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FOR ALEjLuctte and glass coffee
table. crtogaTiy China cabinet,
FOR SALE
Automobiles
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: 1949 N.ih "600"
green 2 deer oeden, 11 new tlret
nd wot covert. A good clean car.
Only $397 dew* and drive it away.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., year
FORD, MERCURY dealer, en aw-
tomooilt row.
FOR SALE:1947 Buick 4 Door Se-
dan. Excellent condition. House
5965-B, Smith Place, Diablo Hgts.
barrelj
ror,
ol "
chair, folding, mir-.-'OR SALE:Studebgker, ,1947, De
?5 cycle. Gsnsr- Luxe Champion, overdrive, new
tires, best offer 'bver- $150. 2-
MISCELLANEOUS
0e yett Have a drinkiajg arablam?
Writ* Akehelici AlMfMHl
Sea 20! Arree, C.X.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:High gloss oil points
ond enamels. Mlldew-pr'oot. $3.25
gallon Tropidura Stores.
RESORTS
Grpmlich'a Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric ice boxes, gos
stoves, moderte' rates. Phone 6-
541 oi 4-567.
ViMioms Sonta Clora Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion. Rockgoe ranges. Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends
FOR SALE:rPlumbing business. For
information telephone Ponamo 3-
0291 Monday after 11:00 o. m.
Pnillfc>. Beach ocftoges, Santo Clara.
Bex 435.- Bolboa. Phone Panama.
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR SALE:Rodio G. E., 7 Ban,.
Toble Model $20.00. 5465,-K,
Diablo,
FOR RENT
Houses
Hig machine, com-
pleJjWpifWnj tw 12 fcrrvly. House
0440 H An'Oni Bolboa 27-0. ,r
F0R3AL::Rce r.V'lon Pl-ncr Sot.
Sihejr tefvlce for e'o>l. \vir' MShogeny toble. Llb'ery. VnTty.
Indien. Pottery. 4 lirlond. Crochet
brdp>eedsi M|tt. Heusdjho'd ef-
feris. HiW^fciT vacuum, cleaner.
' Eclboe. 1502-AV Gaviln Road.
FOR SALE:Tob'es, chests, double
springs ond mattresses, $10.00 ea.
Dining table, 6 choirs, lamps. 2000
A. First St., Curundu. Tel. 83-
61 86.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator. 5 1-2 Ft.'
Westinghouse. '25 Cyl. $50.00.
T45-B. Cocoli .1
FOR SALI:1946 Lincoln 4 deer se-
dan, green, food white tide well
tires, ouih-burton windows. A
wonderful buy. Only $197 dawn
eyment. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
year FORD, MIRCURY dealer, on
automobile rew. ...- ^lt_
WINDOW GLASS: We fit ond re-
place immediately no delays,
drive in. Moderate prices. Tropical
Molors.
t Picture Service.
irs for sale to 'the
The -CAAF Motion
Quarry Hgts. offers for sala to 'the
highest bidder one Ampro 1 6mm
arc lamp projection equipment,
composed of 2 high intensity arc
lamps, 2 Ampro projectors, 2 ad-
justable floor stands, automatic
changeover switch, 2 speakers, 3
sets of coated lens 2", 2 I -2" pnd
3!fSiil/ .amplifier, can be operated
"
FOR SALE:1934 Sedan, in good
'running condition throughout,
$115. 0778-A. Williamson Place.
Balboa, 2-6384,
FOR SALS-:4 ,cho,rs, I toble.-. 1 li-
- ctoedra5, I oVesser. 1 worSrobe, 1
'. night tob'e. I smoll table. Very
cheap. 15th February St. No. 3.
room 17.
FOR SALE:1946 Cuereen De Soto.
4 deer seden, tree*. 4 feed firei.
plutie seat coven, redi*. Tkii tor
ii a ateol. Only $291 dawn pay-
ment. COLPAN MOYORS INC..
your FORD. MERCURY deeler, en
automobile rew.
on 25 or 60 cycle. Sealed bids pail.
be opened at 10:00 a. m. Mon-
day, June 25. 1951 in the Cen'trol
Office. CAAF MPS, Quarry Hgts.,
E*dg. No. 153. This equipment, de-
signed for exhibition of 16mm
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 jb-n
mil evidence ot poymert of duty
to the Panamanian dustoms. The
CAAF MPS reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
FOR SALE:Boby- Scales ond Baby FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4 door
Bassinete
Balboa.
re Hem
rifi*
1431-D. Corr St.
Styleline sedan, 8.000 .miles. WiH
finance, Balboa 2-2952.
FOR /SALE:-^Rerigerafor. Wiiting-
hou^r.-TcullJeriess therp3 Yrs.
. old. Mor thin 30% ofr\briginol'
price. Tel. 4-523.
FOR SALE:Simmons Studio Couch. |
lotest model, Simmons double bed,
with sprinq and mattress, maho- 1
gony vanity,- two night tobies, j
standing [amp, bfon:e osh tray, ra- j
34, 7 tubes, three vene- I
i
SALE:Gcnerol Electric six-tube
?ob'e radio, excellent condition,
5590. grren woven rug. S3 House
|%D7>3, ''-artment F, Williomson
BSIoce. Balboa.
SERN
EFFICIENT MECHAN
AT LOW CO^T..Trol
FOR SALE:-1946 Buick Reedmaeter,
4 dear sedan, dark gray, 4 geed
tires, seat covers. Must be seen to
appreciate. Only $297 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD, MERCURY deeler. en
automobile raw.
comolejel- new. \ FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge Coronet,
ment 7, Venezuela excellent condit+an. seat covers.
white side wolf tirfs.f ID.Sfq-,
miles, $1,800 00. 29 New Cris-71
tobol 3-1341. .
"OR RENT:July .and August, com-
pletely well furnished. 3 bedroom
house, garden, hot water, $75.00
per month. Tel. Panama 3-2045.
.:OR RENT: Furnished residence,
livingroom, diningroom, 3 bed-
rooms, 3 bathrooms, large terrace,
2 porches, gorden. El Trbol, No.
70, Central Avenue. Tel. 2-3004.
FOR RENT ;
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone. 1386. Co-
lon.
pother, JUMPING-JACK Shoes for
children give young feet the right
start, from the cradle to 4 years,
sold exclusively at BABYLANDIA,'
No. 40. 44th Striet.-'SeWa.Ji'ista
TeUd-1259.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
.apartment, ground f.ger.Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. Sir
tonio apartments, asfc-iar Nftj
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieto 3-
1716.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
one bedroom ond two bedroom,
Bello Visto. Tel. 3-1648.
SALE
il Estate
i
L BARGAIN Lefevre Park.
Street, chalet. 2 bedrooms.
Eibothrooms, livingroom and din-
XBajm- mold's room ond swim-
S peal, for only B.10.000.00
'Ctive facilities for payment
b Co., 5th. Street, 22, Tel.
8.
I
FOR SALE:De Soto '39. good run-
ning condition. $125.00. Call 2-
2740 or see at 0958-B, Bougoin-
villea St.. Bolbcj
FOR SALE:1946
2 deer tedan,
tires, hydrant
cleen cer. Onl
ment. COLPAN
>46 Old
t be receivtTrjRJSaJae office of
General Moiiager, Commissory
Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z., until 3:C0
p. m., Friday, July 6. 1951, when
they will be opened in public, for
furnishing 650,000 pounds, or ol-
ternoively 325.000 pounds of Fije
Granulated Sugar. Forms of pro-
pose!, with full particulars, may
be Obtained in ehe offcee of the
Supply & Servid BSeSor, EMI-
boa Heights, or of the General
Manager, Commissory Division,
Mt. Hope. C. Z.
FOR RENT: Furnished operfment
20U,Mlender Ale. Apl^alirf
7 6029-, Balboa Av%. ColoApboV
475-J or-517-J, o1ofter,i6SO
m.
COMMERCIAL*
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Cn be mighty bandy to
nave around the house
nd In your car.
We hare a larre Assortment
of Kinds and Sises.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
79 Central Aye. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Sf u>HIO8 9MF-IOVKKN .nd
ir ^how-room Cntem ba|ll furnl-
,0-N.Aii HHSriT wTTrTti;,,"
Jie^M?. ?'' ,A"- -"'
Nuns, Old Folk And Orphans
Die In Raging Montreal Fire

LEO CAMERAS
Model iiif Synchronised
flKES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Factory Prices.
Porras
FOR RENT
Rooms
rOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleon
cooUiflBf"- frjeols if desired, por*
1693
Ph
evenings
"* uu, W
VKti 46m *Xt
ootloffice hoars
3-1789.
FOR SALE:AKC Female Boxer Pup.
86-3142.
Id.mob,I, "76. '
[seat caver. A
298 down pey-
blOTORS INC..
FOR SALE: Girl's bike 26", like
new. $30.00. Tel. Gamboa 328.
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
FOR~SALE. $350. "1940 Pontiac
Soort Coupe. Excellent running
condition. 2000-A. First St. Curun-
du. Tel 83-6186.
T:33 JSfrtores
ge river. Cocoli,
vis, Box 2835, Cris-
Don | work It;
SCRAP'NG!
FOR SALE: 194.
Sedonette, less
radio, seat co
Fine condition, $1,21
boa, 2300.
500 gallons, like nW^JlspO. Re-
mington portoble typewriter,''$40.-
00. No. 7l Mariano Arosemena St.
upstairs, .Panama. Domnguez fa-
mily.
FOR SALE:Bell and Howell. 70
DA movie camera, 16 mm with 3
Taylor 'Hobson, cook lenses and
eae, $275.00. Phone office 82-
180 or home 82-2293.
FOR RENT:Furnished room for ba-
chelor, best location, very coo
screened. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors"
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1947, 4 Ccor
sedon, good condition, owner leov-
ing, less thon 33.000 miles. Coll
Capt. Douglas, Albrook .-32$$,,
,.-" J
Sfd
-fk Serfs-
* I*.;!;#,-. i.
. Ap>9>'v.d
SJbJ,
PAINT
FEELER
NEW ELECTRICAL TOOL
i removes any number or
coats o pait from flat or
^contoured wood surlacea
' with little effort. No danger
of firawill not scorch or .
Jburn surfaces if used as
directed. Complete with
e.!5Ira lone cord- phirs into
AC of DC outlet.
o UoeVwrlto,' La...!,,^ AoorovoC
W0 io ROff tMi'.vn.
o Mat O^, tk. Co,a. k.i tk Com.
wo tictso >:nt Tttivr
O.ta. moO.i I , Aaaroioa t.
TXTeSa: *"' "-'
* f**fi ,*rt ('otoot r...,,i n,..
2Stel;.......&S5
1 H^lor Core H.. n, fr., "
M";'** "lUl,
J You vlH alsQ_ffd a com.
plete stock of all kinds
of paints in our stores.
FOR SALE'46 Chrysler New Yorker,
4 door- don. ton, aoedtroas, wdi*.
Yau can't buy a Vettpf tSei CO
let this price. Only $3*6 down
pay-aent, COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD. MERCURY" dealer, en
automobile rew.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth Suoer
De Luxe, 4 Door Sedan, lo wrr-ile-
oqe, gpc-d rendition,', $1,000. te
Bolboo 3755.
~ good 5*rvc
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U, S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such as Golf
Height with large grounds. Will
iLaaaHaVP* Panama 3-1684, 5 tc
" 8 p
Help Wanted
TROPICAL MOTORS
better prices.
Need responsible woman core for
boby ond opartment. Must, cook,
Federico Boyd, No. 4, Apt. 11
*3I---------i-------------------------------?---------
LOST & FOUND
FOR SALE:1940 Hudson 4 doer
sedan. black, tires (air, goad
transportation. $150 cash and drive
it away. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
yeur FORD. MERCURY eeoler. an
automobile raw.
mm
-Female Boxer Dog, dork red.
Fawn, white feet, white chest.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts
of this dog. Call 87-6205. Re-
word.
for- 5AtE>-w-fr -wnpeier Csbin
Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete gallery,
privte washroom, running water,
clothes closet, numerous cabinets.
Large capacity for gas, water, ice
storage. Chrysler powered. Fully
equipped, many extros. May be
seen at Gomboo Boot Club oil da
Saturday and Sunday or by ap-
pointment. $4.500. 83-4295.
FOR SALE: 36 Ft, Cabin Cruiser
(Huckios Flyer I, powered by V-8
Kermath motors. $1.200 spent on
motors, gos tanks, shafts, beor-
ings and accessories. Needs some
carpenter ond mechanical work.
Factory price today $18,000. Must
sill at once. Besi offer Over $1,-
000. Motors end tronsrnissions
worth more- thon fflof. Con. be
seen on v.Marine Raifwoy. "Solboo
Yacht Club\ Abernothy, telephone
83-6257.
FOR SALE:12 Ft. Boat ond Trailer,
half price. $75;0O. Cristobal 3-
1436.
MONTREAL, June is (upi
Jlre swept through a six-story
home for more than 300 orphans,
afed and the blind here yes-
terday, trapping helpless per-
sons in the flames and falling
debris.
At least 32 persons were known
dead. Including the Mother Su-
perior of the hospice and an-
other nun. Montreal Fire Di-
rector Raymond Pare said fire-
men still had not searched two
floors of the big building.
The scene of the tragedy
was the hospice of Saint Cune-
gonde, operated by this- Catholic
Order of Gray Nuns.
Fire broke out in the sprawl-
ing T-shaned brick and stone
building in the heart of this
city's tenement district shortly
before noon. Most of the home's
residents were downstairs hav-
ing lunch, but the bedridden in-
firm were In the buildings up-
per floors.
Heroic nuns herded the 175
children, all under the age of 12.
to safety. Then they braved the
flames to rescue many of the
home's blind and aged residents.
I The children were quiet and
' orderly In contrast to the panic
. of the elderly Inmates. The
I youngsters filed out of the
third-floor lunchfborh obedient-
ly, and made tHeir -way hand-
ln-hand down the fire escape.
Many or the dead were
found on the ground floor
in the building's chapel
where they bad gone to
pray.
Firemen said they were un-
able to rescue those in the
chapel because the door was
locked and thev were unable to
force It open. When thev finally
knocked the door down, they
found a number of bodies slump-
ed in front of It. *
The fire was believed to have
started In an elevator shaft
i where workmen were Installing
j a new elevator. It mushroomed
through the old building at
lightning speed, whipped along
by a south wind.
Elderly patients. priic-strlck-
en as the flames are their way
to the top floors, prayed and
screamed.for help at the win-
dows.
Firemen found the bodies
of two elderly women In
their charred rocking chairs
on the fiftH floor: They had
been unable to move while,
the flames leaped up around
them.
Mrs. Bertha Duplants. a near-
by resident, said she saw three
elderly women praying and
screamine for help at a fourth
floor window, as the flames
raced toward them.
"At the. last minute. I saw
them drop back. Into the build-
lns." she said.
Firemen reported two amaz-
ing escapes from the tire. An
hour and a half after the blaze
broke out. firemen found one
elderly man huddled in a corner]
of the charred structure. Except
Mother-Daughter Course in Flower
Arrangement Offered At Balboa 'Y'
The Balboa Armed Services
YMCA announces that Mrs.
Charles P. Morgan will conduct
a special summer course In Flow-
er arrangement for mothers and
their teen-age daughters begin-
ning June 26 at 10 a.m.
This eight-wee* -cowae Is ofr
fered free of charg by Mrs. Mr7
gan as a community setvioe
This flower arrangement course
will be given with the hope of In-
spiring mothers and daughters to
make their homes more Interest- the course.
ing by the use of our own tropi-
cal flowers and plants.
Registration should be placed
as soon as possible at the front
desk of the Y.M.C.A. All mo-
thers and their teep-age daugh-
ters, of the Canal Zone arid Pan-
ama are cordially invited to at-
tend. This special InWtatlon to
mothers and daughters does not
exclude women without daugh-
ters from registering and taking
t W tnnuaa
Newsman-Turned-Senator
Says Law-Making Hardert
WASHINGTON. June 19 (UP)
Being a Senator Is "a tougher
Job" than being Washington
newspaper reporter. Seru Blalr
Moody, D.. Mich., said today.
. Moody, the Senate's-.newest
member, stepped from-theiCon-
gressional press gallery s;ix
weeks ago to become the junior
Senator from Michigan.
"It's a tougher job than I ever
realized," he said in an Inter-
view. And the hardest part a-
bout changing suddenly from a
reporter to a Senator, he added.
Is "leaving the newsoaper pro-,
f ession and my associates in. the
business." *-WW **> %, .
warned that "if they try to cut
the Defense Production Bill on
the floor, I'm going to fight and
stay in there fighting."
Moody is the only member of
the famed Gridiron. Club ever
to sit In the senate and the oniv
newspaperman ever to move di-
rectly from the press gallery to
the Senate floor. Moody still
turns out a syndicated Sunday
column "Just to keep my hand
in."
Doe he like a senator's Job?
"It's .toughv hut I'm. having a
Job-o fun-and I'm golns to try
.tomalre.a contribution," he said.
"And I'm going to try to con-
vince the voters of Michigan that
I should stay."
iMc-ody became a Washington
correspondent 18 years ago
four years before, anv present
i Republican senator took office !
! and "I had a pretty good idea
1 about the job of the Senate as m n /. c ,
, tt'!K*&fwb:to Wscussed
! what the job ol a senator was."
I he said.
As ior comparison of a sen-
ator's lob with that of the steady
work and long hours of a re- I LONDON. June 16, (COD The
Prter' s0 fr- the Senate is largest international conference
Th.eP" h0H. ki ,- J yet t0 be held ln Britain for the
The handsome, blue-eyed exchanae of information on h.n
his two reWlfaf committees?- -^ .C. -*>' 9*iQtti- England
'Atom In Peace'
UIV To Be Discussed
I By World 6roup
his two rehilar- committees
Banklne and Executive EXoericrr-
tures. They take ur> a lot of
time.
Moodv also was been sitting
ln when possible on the Mac-
Arthur hearings. That means he
often works past midnight or
gets to his desk in the early
morning hpuista tackle the
flood of mairnu' that constafcttv swaW'aT sen-"
ator.
Right now. Moody is most in-
terested ln getting the Defense
Production Act extended arid
strengthened. He agrees with
for shock and superficial burns.! *Jf*rta^man ePT(* M
he was In good condition, doc- f^L a ilS'9. a ** R nmor"
tors said. SL,?'0W ^VT^WtW^ 'Vf
rr don t pass It, <
Two
began.
hours after the blaze
Fire Lt. Phil Brossard
Nobody wants' controls, lie
said, but "we'Ve got to be adult
found William Grenler. 58. night j ^^able" facts 'oW It toa*
caretaker of the hospice in his "?es.aL,ac *.,?..."f!' iLLs_.a
basement room, He had slept
through the fire.
The Roman Catholic home
was built In 1896.
M
n SALE: 21 Ft. joiiboot com-
pletely equipped, including out-
boord motpr,' ortd 2 sets pll$
Aoprcisol $,J5Q.Will soenfice of
$250. Owner leaving tor Sfotes.
Coll Ft. Clayton 3122 or 3134.
LESSONS
FOR SALE: Leovin, 1949 Stada-
baker Storliaht Coup; excellent
condition; new tirot, battery;
cuetammeda >eet cavan; mattar-
flaii. wneerceatinf. e verdrive
$209.00 worth of extra*. See at
306-A Fart Claytoa anytime Sa-
turday or Sunday. I coot 10:00 A.
M. 2:00 P. M. Phono Clay tan
5285.Also household Items, desk,
bassmette dry closet, radio, plants,
step on waste con,
LOST:A young green parrot, not
valuable but offer handsome re-
word because I om heartbroken.
Miss Oglo. Hotel Tivoli.
j.-
FOR SALE:Plymouth. 2 door se-
don 1942. Light grey. Must sell,
first' $400.00 take it. Good con-
dition. Call at house 5658-K.
Magoon St. Diablo Heights, 6-8 p
Ji------------'.r-JVEl
FOR SALE Oldsmobi'e Rocket B.-'
4 door sedan, ate ,l9<._r%dr-
motic. 4 new tirrs radio, see*
ers. undercoated, heovy bumoer
guards and other occessories. Coll
Tolbolt. Curndu, 83-6117.
LOST: Hunting do*, white with
bleak and) brown leeti. on Tecv-
men Rood. Coll Tel. 1-3120. Re-
ward.
FOR $ALE
AuloinobJ>9
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 2 Door
Sedon, leather upholsteVy, new
tires, excellent condition. House
1513, Apt. D. Akee St or coll
WANTED
Automobiles
I
-r
WANTED: Ford 194*- De Lcrxe
. Club Coupe, contoct SAS Se/v.ce
Sfot.cn. Tel. 3-0035.
:<5ftiSr>Lit&-1950 Supo^Buick.Con-
vert ble, food condition. Dyriaflow
and many extras. Call -6-323 ony
time.
FOR SALE: 1934 Ford V8, four
door sedan. Good tires, pew bat-
tery. House 2185-A, Curundu, C.
-_____i
FOR SALE:1950 Dodge Moyfarer,
2 room sedan. Excellent condition,
low miteoge. radio ond air condi-
tioner, coo be financed. Coll 84-
2277.
LESSON: Modern Piano playing
taught beginners ond advanced
students ronidly. Bennett's Studio,
Tel. 2-1282. .
_.-------------------- 1 ^_
Learn poise, grace, balance. ; self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave nome. address, at desk Bol-
boo YMCA or Box 106 Balboa.'
Harnett & Dunn.
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Balboa Cops FaiJ
To Get Statement
From Mean Jailbird
Free food and lodging and
even a bath have been extended
by the Balboa Police to a lost or
strayed green parrot today, but
will the owner please claim
same?
Jt seems that the little bird,
who was found in the vlrinity
of the jwb and turned ln at
the desk by Rabbi Nathan Wit-
kin, casts mean looks at strang-
ers, and the healthy iare of
mangoes, and bananas does not
lessen hLs (or hen chagrin at
being locked up ln a cage.
Parrot-lovers may see same
at the back of the Balboa Po-
lice 8tatlon.
Fo far the Hid has not made
any elucidating statement.
Keep Kool
LOU'S BEAUTY SHOP
***'" El Panama y
Air Conditioned
Explorer WfH'lta
'Junqle Buggy'
In Honduran Wilds
PITT8BURCH, June 16. (U.P.).
Dr. Arthur c. Twomey, curat-
or of .ornithology at Carnegie
Museum, has designad- special
"'Jungle buggy" fqr a/ Oejd trip
to the heart of Honduras,
A four-wheel drive, winch-
equipped commercial truck is
being remodeled ln the museum's
carpentry shop. A special body
is being built to carry Df. Two-
mey*s equipment on the search
for fauna.
Th trip will be hiaV'nrt to
i6sntnl "Hondura*. He previous-
ly'rlstteff only the cbasttl areas.
Tin wry mal iito
1 rtil plusirt >y
unty KEU6M'S
Riee Krispies!
RON
Jfcnie&mui
The favorite...
for
RUM & COKE!
destilera
central s a
test of our ability to govern
ourselves and a test of pre-
serving what we prize most
highly."
In his senate service, Moody
has missed only one roll call
a Tecord few senator pan
match. Yet he has managed to
accept manv speaking invita-
tions in Michigan. He tries to
spend every weekend there lay-
ing the groundwork for a re-
election campaign next year.
"My wife is ln there pitching,
too," he said. The blonde, a
tractive Mrs Moody accepts a
lot of Invitations nerbusv hus-
band cannot iUfc m m t 06 ~
"She does'ftfrr ,< make
speeches but she. does a lot of
good." Moodv said proudly.
The former Brown University
halfback was named to succeed
the late Sen. Arthur H. VAndan-
berg. R.. Mich. He has not tried
to become an '".pternlght-ejojert"
op world polltrdjBS.', SO" far", he
has made no tloos-spe*chs.
"I'm not eolntf to make a lot
of noise," Moody, sals.. "But )ws
frorH.Jujy Irjita.21.
Some twenty countries will- be
represented at the conference,
which Is to discuss'Isotope Tech.-
nlques. All of them, with the ex-
ception of the United states,
make regular use of radioactive
isotopes from "Bepo," the larger
pile at Harwell, England.
The conference will be -devoted
rb' reports by1 users of radioactive
isotopes on the techniques em-
ployed and results obtained. Me-
dical topics will be discussed and
Britaln's.Medlc'al Research coun-
cil i cpUabcQrfclpB>w^n the Ato-
mic Energy Research in arrang-
ing this part ulAhe.pro*rsnn. ..
Industrial.application*.will al-
so be! discussed. #tnd esstoris will
also,be devoted to .agricultural
aBd other, research uses of iso-
topes. Invitations to the confer-
ence are being sent to users of
Isotopes iu industry, in medical,
scientific and agricultural de-
partments of Universities, in hos-
pitis and medical research ins-
titutes and in Government re-
search establishments. It is ex-
pected that .Austral \ Belgium,
Canada. Denmark, France Hol-
land. Italy, Norwav. Sweden.
Switzerland and the United
8tates will be among the coun-
trles represented.
Tails kti U mm owt of the
f^eaaiofo roo How aYoaroaooMl
Mee add mMb anal alfar to
taito. NW oMkjlHrwM ... 7oj
Imply un* da> wttexrt this
tut* XltlCOOl ar.al
or breslifatt. for am**r Meet
between entail.
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SATUROAT, JUNE li, 1M1
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Mi.uiMn.CI. tala** of AM eaBoence ** '
twotlm asarrlag* el their daajMer. June O^* **
SnrEriWMi, mo ( Mn. LStaMMr el Malr. Men, nd
The weddin. will take place en ThwrtoMr, Jane II, at
ew-thlrty .ctock at the Fitst BuM, CWeh, Balboa
Helthts. "" r*^ wwv *r*w
^*e cards have been towed, bat aU friend, sf the eeaale
are invited te attend the weddlnc and the reception at tne
ehareh foUewinf the ceremeny.
i (r'Marian Andersen
Te to Held Mandar at
American tfiaass/
The Charge d'Auaires ad In-
terim ol the united atates Amer-
lea and Mr. Murray M. Wise with
the cooperation o the Public Al-
laire Otltcer and Mrs. Joseph J.
Dempsey will offer an afternoon
reception In honor of Miss Ma-
rian Anderson' on Monday, June
18. at 4 p.m. at the Embassy Res-
idence on La Creseta. This recep-
tion for which mvltattonahave
pSSnedTor 8undav afteraoow.
Miss Anderson, contralto, who
is now on a concert tour of Latin
America, Is being brought to Pan-
ami by Westennan Concerts, she
had been expected to arrive In
Panam on Saturday, but because
of transportation difficulties will
not arrive until Monday noon.
Hex concert at the Central The-
ater will be given on June 19.
Georgette Vites Wed
To Paul Bens
The marriage of Miss Georg-
ette Vltez, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Prank: Vites of New York
City, to Mr. Paul Ren, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul T. Rens of Gamboa,
took place at the home of Judge
Patrick Magee in South Orange,
N. J.. on June 9, In the presence
of It members of both families.
The bride wore an off-the-
ahoulder gown of white organdy
with velvet trim and a bouffant
ballerina skirt. Her' headdress
was two clusters of lllles-of-the-
valley with a short veil. She wore
her mother's double strand of
pearls and a corsage of white or-
-fcrswasassar.
of navy crepe with white lace In-
set and a Queen- Anne collar. Her
corsage of carnations and lllles-
of-the-valley.
The mother of the bridegroom
wore pale orchid faille with a
draped skirt. Her corsage was
similar to that of the bride's mo-
ther.
A luncheon followed the cere-
mony. Prom three to five o'clock
a reception was held at the home
of the bride's uncle and aunt, Df.
and -Mr. L. Auer of South Or-
ange. Former Canal Zone resi-
dents present at the wedding and
reception were Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
wln a. French, Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. John Hower, Jr.
Mrs. Rens attended State Tea-
chers' CoUege a* New Baits, N.Y.
Mr, Rens wu| return to Syracuse
University In the fall to complete
work on his M-A. degree In Spe-
cial Education.
Following a honeymoon at
Cape Cod, Mr. and Mrs. Rens will
be at home in Syracuse, N.Y.
Archbishop Beckman
Leaves for Vacation
His Excellency, Francis Beck-
man, Archbishop of Panam', left
recently for the United States
where he will vacation for several
weeks.
Miss Atkinson Surprised
at Shower ea Thursday
Miss June Claire Atkinson,
whose marriage to Mr. Edgar E.
Plummer will take place on June
21. was surprised at a miscellan-
eous kitchen and laundry shower
on Thursday evening given by
Mis Anita Harris at her home In
Balboa.
Guests at the event were Miss
Atkinson's mother, Mrs. C. J. At-
kinson, Mis Harris' mother, Mrs.
, Alberta Lattlmprej; and the fol-
1 owing friends of,Mis Atkinson:
Miss- Louisa HarnlsV M& Marian
Harris. Mise MD Hutching,
Misa Marilyn Jenriison, Miss Lo-
retta Smith, Miss WUma Hldal-
O. Miss Eileen Peterson, Miss
eanlne Dorgan, Miss Judy Smith,
Miss Mary Emma Smith, Mise
Carol Sergeant, and Miss Bea-
trice "
on Wednesday morning at the
Albrook Officers' Club. The hos-
pitality committee was In charge
of the affair, at which new offi-
cers' wives were Introduced and
farewells given those bout to
leave for other posts.
Cocktail Dance Yesterday
at Aleroek Of fleer' Club
Col. and Mrs. William M.
Brown, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Geo.
B. Kaiser, Lt. Col. and Mrs.
Harry L, Downing, Lt. Col. and
Mrs. Ashley N. Dentn and Ma-
jor and Mrs. Charles T. Cole-
man were hosts at a cocktail
dance held at the Albrook Offi-
cers' Club from 5:30 to 7: SO p.m.
yesterday.
will take place on June 2* at
Cristo Rey Church, was honored
at a linen shower given at the
Hotel El Panama on Thursday by
Mrs. Julie McGrath, Mrs. Ke-
rube Arias and Mrs. Betty Ouar-
dla, for a group of her friends.
Mrs. Olga Garda de Paredes
entertained In Mise Arlas' honor
today at a luncheon given at her
home.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wfcor. 100.000 Pes.lt Meet
Presents
Today, Saturday, Jane 1
Molly Franeey Honors >
Mary Newlaad
Miss Molly Franeey was hostess
at a dessert-bridge party given at
her residence in Bella Vista last
evening In honor of Miss Mary
Newland. whose marriage to Dr.
William Franklin Clary will take
place on June SO.
Guests were Miss Beatlna Al-
exander, Mrs. Margaret Brlscoe
Berner, Mrs. John DenysMayles,
Miss Jean Capwell, Miss Mary
Elisabeth Morris and Miss Elaine
Lombard.
Rotary Banquet Sea
For this Evening
A formal banquet will be held
this evening at the Hotel El Pan-
ama by the Panama Rotary Club.
The new board of directors of
the organisation will be installed.
DAR Flag Day
Luncheon Today
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Re-
volution, held Its annual Flag
Day luncheon at noon today at
the Hotel Tlvoll.
Mtos Arias Honored
at Unen Shower
Miss Ana Lucrecia Arias, whose
marriage to Guillermo Andreve
Albrook Women' Club Holds
Hail asM Farewell" Coffee
The Women's Club of Albrook
Field held a "Hall and Farewell"
Cov. Mum While
Teachers' Pay Hike
Drive Gains Speed
TALLAHASSEE. Fia.. June 16
(UP)The n$xt move was ap-
parently up to Oov. Fuller War-
ren today In the statewide drive
to get Florida school teachers a
$300 annual cost-of-livlng salary
Increase.
A majority of the legislators
were ready to return to the
capital at their own expense to
accomplished what they failed
to do In the waning hours of
the last session two weeks ago.
A poll conducted by the Miami
Dally News showed that 78 of 88
senators and representatives
who replied were willing to go
back Into session to help the
teachers.
Oov. Fuller Warren, mean-
while, was resting at an undis-
closed beach and making no an-
nouncements about the teacher
problem.
The Governor, soon after the
legislature adjourned announc-
ed that he could see no need in
the foreseeable future ofr an
extraordinary session.
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trrtac Hbwoori
m. IWe real i
niMaae rnrrttl
without
sat as*
(rot> roar eras-
araafe feottar

No. a, f4h Street
Viesa el Mar.
WarcJa's Lauli/J
COTTON DRESSES
will be modeled at the
COTTON QVEEN FASHW1S SHOW
Sunday evening, Jane- 17th at Hotel El Paaasa
for youi mil dinner party,
display you* good latir proudly jtKVt.
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its sparkling, rich flavor will
delight the palate.. .your guests
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4:00Music for Saturday
4:S0What's Your Favorits
: 00Guest Star
:15Masterworks from France
8:46American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
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7:80BLUB RIBBON SPORTS
RBVIEW
7:46Jam Session
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8: JOOpera Concert
9:00Voices of America
9:15The Stamp Club
9:30Battle Report
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10:00^-HOG Hit Parade
10:80Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
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8:00Sign On and Musical In-
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8:18Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:30Hymns of all Churches
9:00Bible Auditorium of the
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9:15Good Neighbors
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10:00In the Tempo of Jaca
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11:00National Lottery
11:15Sacred Heart Program
11:80Meet the Band
13:00To Be Announced.
12:30Salt Lake T a b e r n acle
Choir
JrO^mjo Stafford ,h(pv
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert 8teer
2:00-^Opera and Symphony
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4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00University Theater (VOA)
7:00American Round table
7:30Through the Sports Glass
7:45Radio Varieties, U.S.A.
8:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA
8:15Report from Congres
(VOA)
8:30Almanac of Affirelca
9:00Cavalcade of America
9:30The Blng Crosby Show
10:00American Symphony
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DROP ON THE "ROK"He's carrying a white flag and wearing
the uniform of a South Korean soldier, but Sgt Lcnnle Klefer of
Sparta, III., keeps his carbine poised as he questions the soldier
before sending him to the rear. Allied troops follow a policy of
"strictly no trust" of unidentified soldiers, because of the Rods'
favorito Infiltration trick of masquersdlng as friendly troops.
(NEA-Acmc photo by Staff Photographer Jim Healy.)
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REFRESCOS. S. A.

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the Common Stockholders of Refrescos, 8. A., a cor-
poration of the Republic of Panam, will be held on
the 2nd day of July, 1931 at 10 o'clock In the foi
. at the office of the Corporation, Avenida Centra**
Panam City, R. de P., for the purpose of cons]
and acting upon such business as may properly be
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who prefer gin drinks, always try for Burrough'
because it is triple distilled. This U the extra re-
finement that makes Burrough's Gin soft, mooth
snd clean to the palate.
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Gin always "keeps its piece" in even the most
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chickens simmered slowly
to bring out their rich full
flavor.
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steeped in chicken broth.
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chicken are measured in
generously.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Unitarian
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES

TH*
UNITARIAN
socim
10.30 > m
JWB Armed
Force Service
Cottar Library
Balboa. C.2,
four tnvtutloo
to liberal
religion.'

Baptist
NATIONAL BATHS! UJCRCHI
Panama Baptist, Prayer Meeting 5.30
,jn. Divine Service, :30 mm. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 pm. end Serving ol The Lords
Supper al boUi Service Sunday School
S:0O i mi
Boyd Baptist, La Boca. C. . Divine
Service llJ a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Serving
the Lord Supper at both Servlcaa Sun-
dav School at 1:00 PJn. n,.,,.
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva. CJL^vtal
Service 11:00 am Sunday School at
1:00 pm '
Gamboa, C.Z.. Divine Servlcee at 11:00
ajn. and 7 30 pm with Sunday School
at 1:00 pin.
Rio Abajo. BO. Sunday School at
|:00 em_________
. I I .' ----- I
CUCUL BAPTIST CHUBCH
Building 305, Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. BelL Pator
Service Every Sunday
Sunday School............. ,S 2S
Preaching Service ........ 1J:
Training Union ............ JXom
Preaching Service ........ 7*>0 pm
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Prnvei Sen ir. 1 I ev.\
Church of the mony faiths in Hi* Conol Zona, and- the
ItrmiMl cities ef Panama and Calan, Republic of Panama, ai-
tana1 a welcome t all Nmat la man and women el rna armad
services, and to civilian neighbors, frienda* and strangers.
Ai public service, the Panama American Hit fcatew. By.
eenominetleni. notices ol hour or worth! and ethar regular ec-
Liillnai af lareer daneminatlani ara In alphebafleal ardar.
which i. retotad #ratn ma to tima. DanaminnMoni havlnt nary
ana ar fwe Servkei." A .peciel littinj la Incladad lar services al Army Ml,
Air Hm ao.e. and Navel atetioni.
Minister!, church aacrararla and chaplain! ara oikad to in
form tho now desk by Wadnatday noon at tha latatt of an,
chore! far the comma. Saturday's church pof.
1:00 pm.-Youth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game.- Installation of Newly Selected
Officer.
ST. VINCENT'S CHUBCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Paitor. Rev Raymond Lewi, CM.
Sunday Mse
Weekday Maaa ..
Holy Day Masaaa
Sunday School ..
Miraculous Medal
rueaday 7:00 pm
5:15 and a.00 am
......... 6:00 a.m
1:30 and 6:30 a.m.
........ 11:00 a.m
Novena service -
II llJ' iV* #-"-
BapUam Sunday ........... *M p.m
Confession Saturday 3 30 to 5:00: 1:00
to 8:00 pjn. __, _.
Instruction tor adult Tuesday. Fri-
day 7:30 om
OUB LAD* OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacob, CM.
Sunday Masses ... 7:00 and 8 30 a.m
Weekday Mama. Wadnewday. etc- 6:00
''Holy Day Masses ... 3:4 A .6:30 am
Mlraculou Medal Novena ervlca -
rueaday 7 DO p.m.
Secret Heart Novena service Friday
7:00 p.m
Confession Saturday 6:00 om
ST. THOMAS' CHUBCH
Gatun (near Locks I
Pattoi. Rev John Tumelty CM
Sunday Mas 6:45 a.m
Weekday Mow. Tuesday and t"rlda\
l\ no u 111
Holy Day Mas 6:00 a jn
Mlraculou Medal Noveei service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m
Confession Saturday ( ic om
CHUBCH O* fflt ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. CZ
rllCM VI'I IS i I III Kill
Balboa Heignis. C.Z
637 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heigh
Phone Balboa 1727
"Veui Church away trom nome
with a eleom lusl friendly
lYilheaa H Beeby
Sunday Scnuoi ........
Morning Worship ........
Baptist Training Union ..
Evangelistic Service.....
W.M S Bible Study
(Every Wednesday i--------
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday lj> month i
Pasloi
30 a m
,.. 10:45 a.m
... 6:30 pm
7:30 om
i:30 am
1-30 p.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHUBCH
Bolivar Avenue at 11th Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred L. Jones. Pastor
'Your Invitation T Worship"
Bible School .............8:45 am
Worship .. ............. 11:00 am
Training Union ............ 5:30 pm
Worship .................... 6:30 pin
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.l ... 7JO pm
Sunday Mass
Cateclilsm Cms .........
Red Tank Catechism Clas
Benediction .. -----......
sod m
10:00 am
11 mi .i in
7:00 o.m
PARASO el (Lodge Hall
Sunday Mas .... ......,6:15 am
CirrhiMii Clas Sunday 10:30 ajn
ST
IHKKKSA 8 CHURCH
Cocoll. CZ
Sunday Mas
i Day
ii.il--
av Mass
6:30
CATHOLIC CHUBCH. Curundu, C.Z
Sunday Mss .............. 8:0O a.m
Catechism Claa Thursday 3:30 Dm
ST JOHN Illa. BAPT1S1 OE LA SALLI-
Rio Abajo. Panama
Sunday Mass ............ ,6:30 am
Holy Day Maa........... 7-30 a.m
Benediction Sunday..... 7:00 pm
Catholic
(Liated Delow re Ule catholic Churches
In the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal citie of Panama and Colon whose
conr; egaiion are primarily English-
Se\..uiig besides mese, the Cathedral in
n ..na City Ihe Cathedral ol the lin-
maiulaie Conception in Colon, and num-
erou- parish churches In bo/i cities, wel-
come English speaking vi-llors, thoutui
then congregation are onmarlly Span-
Islt oeiikinK i
SI MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z
Sunday Masse: 6:00. 8:00 1:00. 10:00
acAll :00 a m
aaUie"S-tiiin Sunday. 5:00 om
AtKM) III.AKI CHAPEL, Anean, C.Z
Anton Boulevaid. Phone 2-6343
eSuuU.iy Masses. 6:00. 7 JO 4 630 s.m
Daily Mass: 6:00 a.m
Holy day Masses: k uti i :3i sro and
12:10 p.in
Benedicliun. Miday. i :30 P-m
Confessions Thursday before U> un
Friday. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Eveo Saturday 1 30 to 5:00 p.m.- 1:00
Cathechlssn Class ciraae School Chile
ran Friday VJS P.nv J. ,
Study Club ^llgb School Student
Wednesday 6:30 p.m ..__.
Sodalltv Meeting: Tuesday 6:30 O.m
Canal Zone Council ot Catholic rluraa
overv 2nd nd 4th Thursday 7:30 o.m
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHUBCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St
Pastor, Rev Vincent RVan. C-M
Sunday Masse 7 8 and 10 30 am
Weekday Maa 6:30 a.m
Sunday School after the 8 o ciuck M-
Mlraculou Medal Noven service
Holiday Masses < and Sam
Confessions. Rosary, nlghtlv IB om
Monday 5 and 7 am
IMMALULATL CONCEPTION CHUBCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev John Tumelty CM
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays Confession Communion
Suiilay Mas 8:00 am
Weekday Masses Thursday mid Satur-
av T 00 am
Holiday Mas i:0n am
Monday 7.00 p m ,
Sunday Mass 7:00 ajn .
Confessln* Sotuiday 6:30 to 1:00 om
Christian Scientist
CHBISTIAN SCIENCE CHUKCIIKh
Irsl Church ot Christ Scientist. Ancor
51)0 Ancn Boulevard
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday 8:00 o.m
Sunday School 0:30 a.m
first Church ot ChTIst^aatlsl, Criatobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway '
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednedav 7-30 om
Sunday School :30 am
Christian Science Soelely, Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 am First A Third Wed-
esday 7:30 p m
Sundav School 10:15
BED TANK _
Rev. D.A. Osbome Rev C A. CrafweU
11*0 ajn Holy Communion and r.
mon 1st. and 3rd Sunday.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayet and add-
ress: 2nd and 4lh Sunday am..m
3 00 p.m Sunday School ana 8P0,m-
7:30 pm Evening Prayer and address.
2nd and 4lh. Sundays.
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHUBCH
A. F. Nightengale, B.D MBE.
and The Rev RiU Reginald Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion t:00 ajn
7:00 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
CHRIST CHUBCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. R. da P.
(Oppolte Hotel Washington i
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
ST.B Rector.
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion.
6 a.m. Choral Eucharist ana Sermon.
10:20 am Church School. ___
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong di Sermon
.VEDNESDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion_
7:30 p m Evensong and Sermon
8:30 Dm Adull Confirmation Claa
THURSDAYS
5 pa Prayer Guild
RlDAYtt: .
8 p.m Children's Eucharist
1:30 om Choir Practice
' 10 a m Children's Confirmation Claa
7:30 o.m Cnmplln nd Meditation
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun. C.Z.
Rev Solomon N Jacob.
Sundays:
8:45 am Church School.
p:45 a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m Holy Eucharist and Sermor
lueaday:
7:00 a.m Holy Communion lAlap Holy
Jay and Saint Days. I
Wednesdays:
1:00 pm Evening Prayer
S:00 om St Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
7:30 o.m Choir Rehearsal
Church ot St. Mar The Virgin
Kev. Solomon N Jacobs.
Sundays:
6:45 ajn Morning Prayer.
7:00 a.m Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 pan Church School
6:00 p.m. Evening Song. Thursdays
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
lay and Saint Days. I
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer .Guild
7:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal
1:30 p.m. St. Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion st 10:45 a.m on the
1-30 p.m Solemn Evensong.
BIO ABAJO
it, Chrtojopher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 ant Choral EuchaHlt.
10:00 a.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m Solemn Eveniong
Thursday and Holy Dav H C. 7.00
' Wednesday and Holy Day 8 JO a.m
Holy Communion.
(First Sunday of everv month.I _____
Atlantic Sida
Coln Third Street. Joseph Bryan: Cria-
toba] English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
shank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
Max on. (No Sunday night eervlce at
oresenLl
Sabbath school each church Saturday
J:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 ajn. Sunday
night service at all churches exoept
otherwise Indicated,
Episcopal
ANCUN, C
THE CATHEDBAL O SI LUKE
The Rt- Re/ B llebei Gooden, Bishop
The Very Riv Raymond T Ferris. Dea'
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
:30 am Cathedral School
10:45 Morning Prayer and Sermon
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
minion and Sermon, i
7:00 om-,- Evening Prayer ano Sermon
CRISTOBAL. K.P
CHUBCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St near G. Navy
Rtv. Milton A Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 ajn
Church School 030 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 m
(HO fir! Sunday in the month I
Youn People' Vesper Service :3 i.m
Wednesday Holy Communion 8:30 p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
Jewish
sslnii
CHUBCH Of ST. VINCENi Ot PAU1
(Vincentiau Fathers)
K" Street. Panama City
firm Sunday R a.m (high mass), tt
KB a.m iSunday school conducted by
rvknoll Sltei>. after the second Ma.
Weekday 1 m Holiday and 8 30
a.m
Confession Saturday J* ir 5 o.m
at 7 p.m.
Evening Devotion. Rosan eacn day
Ot 7 p.m.; Miraculous Medal Novena at
7 p.m. Friday, converl clae 1* om
Monday and Thurday
Catheeism Clas 4> ic 1145 am
Sunday
Beredii-tlon I 00 p.m
Holy Dav Ma 6:00 a.m
COCO SOUTH PLAYSHRD
Paitor. Rev Wm J Finn C M
Sunday Mat
Holy Day Ma.......
Sunday School .......
Service Thursday night
Confession before Ma>
1:45 am
6:00 am
8:43 a,m
7-45 o m
CHURCH OF THE HOLY r AMI!.Y
Margarita C Z
Rev William J Finn C M
Mas ......... ..... :
ST. JOSEPH'S t III Rt il
Colon. 16th and Broadway
Pastor, Rev. J Raynaon Mchate CM
Aasistant, Rev George Browne, CM
Sunday Masse .. 8:45 A 0:00 am
Weekly Maaa .. 6:4 6:30 am
First Frldy Maaaa 5:48 8-00 a m
Baptisms Sunday .... 4*0 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service ever
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7-00 p.m
Novena of tha Sacred Heart Friday
7:15 p m
Confession Saturday t te 6: 7 U)
ajn
Sunday School. Jut pm
Instruction. for adults seeking Know
teds of the Catholic Church every Mon
da and Thursday at 7 15 pm
Sunday 30 a m Church Vtino' with
cMW' for all Ages
10 <:. sm Regular Momma wuranit.
Sermon Tonlr You Can'l Live Wlth-
aui ii SixK-lal Muir b* the lunkw
eotr
Church of St
COCOLI
Andrew
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg l2-X. La
Boca Road, Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Witkln director.
Services on Friday 7:30 pimi
(See also listing of Jewish senelce
inder Post Base and Stailon I
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vljta
Panam* Cliy Rabbi Harry A Merfeld.
Service on Frldav. 8 o.m
Lutheran
rh Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev. M A Cookson. Chap USNR
Holy Commupion 7 JO a.m
Sunday School 8:30 ajn.
Public Worship 10:45 am
VH C flnrl Sunday In the month 1
oung People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
it 6:30 pm
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and th Thurs-
days al 7:30 p.m.
House of Praver and Fellowship loi all
oeople
COHOZAL
Rood Shepherd
rhe Ven A F Nightengale
7:30 am. Every Friday: Morning Pray-
(H.C 1st Friday.)
GAMBOA
SL Simon's Church: Rev D.A. Osberne
10:30 am 2nd. and 4thlSundav Holy
Conununum & Sermon.
10:30 a.m 1st and 3rd Sunday Mom-
ng Prayei A address.
:i ihi ii in Sunday School
5:00 and 6-00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and address.
2:00 pm Service si Penitentiary Everv
tlh Sundav
7:30 o m Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
ciety
7:30 pm 2nd and 4th Thursday
Woman Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 pm '
LA BOCA
St. Peter' Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley, Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 am.Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10 a.m.-Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 pm -Holy Baptism.
7:30 pm.-Vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdsys snd Thursdays,
I a.m.. Wednesday and Friday 6 a.m.:
Iris Friendly 6 and 7 p.m Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday: Vespers nightly el 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 pm
MAROARI7A
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M A Cookson
Sunday School a.m Evening Prayer
1:00 rn.
PAI.O BECO
Charch of The Holy Comforter
The Van A F. Nightengale _
Every Mondan 8:30 a.m Holy Com-
munlon
PARASO
Rev D A Osborne
8 00 a m Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
(JO am Sunday School
5:30 pm Evening Praver 2nd and 4th
iundays
Monday ; 00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday 6:30 o m Girls' Friendly
Society
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
"The Church of Ihe Lutheran Hour*'
H. T Bernlhal Pastor
130 Balbo Road. Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class 8 am
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. 'Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pot-
lurk supper second Sunday earn month
6:io pm.. gama night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m.
11. T. Berntbal. Pastor
A Cordial Welcome To All
Union Churches
Where all Protestants cooperate with
unity In essentials, liberty la non-
essentials .and charity In all things
TUB ATLANTIC SIDE
CrUtoaal
Tha Rev. Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:45 Worship service and Church-rime
aursery.
6:00 Young People's Meeting.
Galuo
The Rev. J. William L. Graham Pastor
Phone 5-353.
6:00 8:30 Broadcast on HOE: HP3K
ind HON.
8:43 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
yisrf.nl s
The Rev. Henry BelL Pastor.
Phone 3-1488.
8:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Church-lime
nursery.
tM Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-1486, Ofc. Phone 2-3236
6:30 Cburch School. Free bu service.
10:30 Worship service and Church-tiro
lursery.
10.30 Youth ConeieeaUona. __
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
6:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song.
Cocoll __
Bruja Road and St Thomas Ave.
9:00 a.m. Sunday School Free bus. hi
Rousseau and Cocoll.
uiamboa ,__ . .
All services in Gamboa Civic Cental
The Rev Raymond A. Gray, Minister
Phone 6-130
0:00 Sunday School.
7:10 Worship service.
,'cdro Miguel
6:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
. toteslant
FOR! AMADOR
Sunday School.....J..........
Morning Worship..............
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg 154 .....
Morning Worship .............
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School................
Morning Worship -----.....
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School .................
Morning Worship.............
Youth Group ...................
Servicemen's Hour....... 7:00
US. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN.
Morning- Worship ........Ilii' ,0:4S
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship............... 8:00
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mate .....................
Sunday Mas...................
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass...................
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ...........
FORT KOBBX .-J
Dally Masa ..............VSSt'.
Sunday Matae.......... 8:00 A
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Maa ..........ii:;.':v;'
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundav Mas ............ -
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..............VV"
Sunday Masse..........7:45 A
Jewish
ALBROOK AD. FORCE BASE
Saturday .......................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday...................... 4
FORT KOBBE
Thursdsy ._. .............'
JWB, Balboa. C.Z.
Friday......................
ATLANTIC SIDE
r roles tan I
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion .
Sunday School ..............
rORT GULlCK
Sunday School ................. !?
Mornifig Worship ..........
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
-Sunday School .............
jlornldg Worship .........J
FORT DAVIS
Catholic
Methodist
111! Ml I IIIIDIM I III 1(1 II
(British Conference i
Minister Rev. U Herbert Moon
4 .00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3.00 p m Sunday School
4.00 Men Meeting.
7:15 o.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHDDI8T CHUBCH
7th SUeet and Melender Avenue,
Coln. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Service at 6:30 a.m. and 7:15
p.m.: Sunday School for all age at 3
Monday 7-JO p.m.. Weekly Prayer
Meeting.
EBE.NEZEB METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City, C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt. Minuter
Sunday Service 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School tor all age at 8JO pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City. Call I9.<* lebrero
Services at 11am and 7:30 p.m (Mai-
or Wilson|. Sunday School al 8 pm.
La Boca: Services at 11 am and 7 :J(
o.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO p.m Sunday
School al 3:00 p.m.
Colon. 14th Street
Service at ........11 a.m. 7:30pm
Sunday School at.......... 3 00 o m
Coln. 3rd Street
Service at ...... 11 am. A JJ0 ojo
Silver City
Service at..............
Sunday School at.......
Sunday Maa
FORT GULICK
Sunday Maaa
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mas .
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER '
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panama Monday; Lectura and Ola-
.Missions 8:00 O-tU.
Charch el Jesus"chrtst -I La"' 0
Saints (Merman) Balboa C.Z
Sunday School 10:00 ajn
aTjwb rmed'-Force. S^v.ce. Center
on La Boca Boad.
CHUBCH OF CHRIST
0651 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-860*
SUNDAY SERVICES
PrMchln^^C^unlon 7^ p.m
Blbla Study ...... wi?n"!,V ,7? SS
Ladles' Bible Claa Thursday 1:45 o.m
church oiauun-tf* CrtoU**
We meet m the American Legion Hall
in front ol the Clubhouse
Morning Wonhlp 10:45 ajn
Visitor welcome.
Ladies Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gotun 616 or Ft Gullck 308
ClIRUNDU PROTESTANT
COaWUNIT CHURCH
Chaplain Wllnam H. Blal
Sunday School ................
Morning Worship ..
I 30 p m
3:30 pm
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No i j. A
ataynard. Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Service onlyi.
Adolphu Lawes. Chorrillo. P A Henry
Rio Abajo. C D. Abrahams; Gamboa A
A. Brtzzle. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Huilona
YcTaT^eouv Service
Evening I
Prayer M
6:45
11:00
6:45
7:00
7:00
Worship...............
y- .eeetlng ^uraday .......
Choir Practice, Wedneaday'
Y;00 om- and Saturday t:30 a.m
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th Si West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a! jSOom
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday-
* laciament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO p.m ^^_
Mo.at flanheth flsrlMta Chewe
PanamA. RJP- _,.
Rt Rev T Jame. D. D Bkshop
offlclantlng.
Momlng Worship at, ...
Holy Communion at ....
Fellowship WoraMpg*..
Bible Reading at......
Divine Service at.....
Sermon at *,...... -
Holy Communion at ..
6:00 ajn
6 JO am
II 00 am
340 pm
00 p m
00 p m
640 om
Belbea-Aaaader Boad USO Oak
Hen-Denamlnatlen
y panel Service at 6:15 o m Sundays.
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BROADWAY HEARTBEAT
Since tbls warm current flows from you to me, r
And back again, I do not think it wise
To strain against the tide of ecstasy. <
Or plaee the band of prudence on our eye*;
Since I am shaken when I touch vour hand.
And troubled by the manic of your mouth.
No godhead of my fathers can demand
That I forego the wine or praise the drouth.
I know that war and famine stalk the earth,
That winds are chill and friendship but a name.
Bat yon alone can live the game its worth. ,
And purge the nights of sorrow and of shame.
Since this warm current flows from you to me;
Small lot I care who wrecks the land and sea.
Don Wahn
Winchellebrjties: Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and a distaff friend
dining at the Penthouse Club..Gypsy Rose Use and her groom
(reported rifting recently) Very gweetheartish along The Big Ap-
ple... Eileen Wilson, the darling of The Hit Parade...Nancv
Chaffee, the Tennlslren. getting her betrothal sparkler from R.
Klner (the Pirates' homerun king) Just In tune to make It public
over the Sunday-night-at-9-man's newscast The Richard E.
Berlins (he's pres. of Hearst Corp.) who took her physician
wherever they went. Their 4th cub was almost born in the Cub-
room ...Bugs Baer, whose newspaper auips are as fresh as when
he started for Hearst decades ago...Jerry Lewis (without Dean
Martin) convulsing the 4 ayem crowd in Reuben's.. .Sidney
Klngsley, the "Darkness at Noon" prize-winner, relishing the
cruising at Blalr House; rnldtown's newest and most attractive
spot for the Broadway bunch...The group of big-name torch-
bearrs in front or music shop's mike sighing over: "I Fell and
Broke My Heart!"
Midtown Vignette: His name Is Orson Bean. We never heard
of him, either...He walked into The Blue Angel Monday evening
and asked for the landlord...Prop. Jacoby responded.. .'Tve
never had a Job In show business In my life." he said, but Id
like one"..."Whaddaya do?" said Jacoby, stifling a yawn...I'm
a comic," said Mr. Bean with a straight face.. .Taking him to a
secluded table, the boss saldr "Make me laugh"...The newcomer
convulsed him... He'was put Into the show unannounced.. .They
applauded for four bows.. .Orson Bean opened as a feature there
last night.
Memos of a Midnighter: Martha Raye's $11.0*0 in fun were
thefted recently. She got a caU from Chicago last night. Asked
her would she pay 12,500 for their return). She said: "No, they are
yours now, you rats!" (They are frlends!)...Doris Ruby has join-
ed the click show starring Geo. Price and Betty Rellly at The
Capri, Atlantic Beach...Rumor has Bill O'Dwyer join* to a Dep t
Store If ousted from hlaMeartooji}bs>ssadoMhip...Model king
John Powers insists ail female executives keen their millinery on
during office hours.. .Arthur Mann, ex-Dodger staffer, has done
a book called "Baseball Journey," which alleges Durocher got a
spine-shivering deal from the Commissioner in that suspension...
1 redric March says it cost him $50,000 to prove he was never com-
niy.. .Memo from Girl Friday: "Gen. Mac Arthur's aide (Col. Story)
phoned. Said the MacArthurs were pleased with the pieceonly
you did Interpret, incorrectly about the General 'indicating' he
was a candidate. But he took it wellwasn't angry, etc. Col. Story
has a lotto for-yo*from MM MArthur." ^ ..-'
aireMnow be"* ov^^T^n^^keepsYMumV denials to the
papers (and to us Utoon we used It first) that he Plans merging
with Grega Sherwood, the show girl.. .Horace is from one of the
nation's -weatthlest clans. 8ilever spoon, .etc. Yachts and so forth
.. .But he confided to chums he could never Meet the Right Girl
.. Only a few months ago. while strolling down a Miami street.
he paused to admire a photo of a girl in a beauty shop window...
Most beautiful he ever saw. he told pals...He fell like a ton of
$1.000 bllls^-lor the picture.of a gal he never met. ..Horace found
out her name..,He phoned her In N. Y.....Pleaded with the
skeptical galtd fly down at once and meet him.. .All expenses.
Of course...It sounded so counterfeit she. hung up...Until her
roommate dared her to do it...Next day Gregg Sherwood was in
Miami and In love with A Wonderful Guy.. .Horace, give the
denials to the opposition. You know better than to deny this one
to Mr. Winkle. ______
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FREE CONCERT TICKETS FOR STUDENTS
June 15. 1951
. Director
National Conservatory
Panama
(Copv to Panama American) ,,,,,.
We take pleasure in handing you herewith several tickets for
the Marian Anderson concert to be sponsored under our auspices
on Tuesday, June 19. .
These tickets are Intended to be distributed among the most
outstanding voice students of your Conservatory.
We deeply regret that the limited capacity of the Teatro Cen-
tral and other related factors prevent our making this gesture
more generous, to Include a greater number of your students
whom we know will all derive great inspiration from hearing the
voice of Miss Anderson a voice which is one in a century.
Your verv truly,
G. W. Westerman.
Labor Mew
And
(lomment
By Victor Rleicl
Mr. G. W. Westerman
Director
Westerman Concerts
(Copy to Panama American)
In the name of the National Conservatory and in my own
name, I thank the musical society of which you are director, for
the kind gift of several tickets presented our student body for
the concert of the renowned North American contralto. Marian
Anderson. _. .....
Gestures like that of yours are worthy of emulation as they
contribute to encourage wide Interest among the Panamanian
youth by their spiritual manifestations.
Roque Cordero,
Sub-Director.
FAIR EMPLOYMENT IN THE
ARMY
Balboi CaniJ Zone
Editor of the Mall Box:
Panama American.
Reference to a letter that ap-
peared in the Mall Box last week
about the Army Civilian Person-
nel Officer and Operating Offi-
cials. I have this to say.
I'm a woman 39 years old and
was employed by the Army here
in the Canal Zone from Mar.
11139 to Nov. 23y 1948 with a title
of clerk typist, clerk steno. I re-
signed in Nov. 1949 to return to
the Z.L.
I returned to the Canal Zone
three weeks aero and applied for
a position vlth the Armv. I was
referred out to a oosltlon clerk
typist OS-3 at Hq. Ft. Amador. 1
was interviewed by the Col. In
charge of the section. After the
interview?? He said quote, I'll
let you know as soon as I look at
a couple more, unquote.
, I was informed later by the
Civ. Pers. Officer who in a nice
way told me I wasn't selected be-
cause I did not have enough ex-
perience for the position. Inves-
tigation revealed that a very cute
girl about 18 was selected. (They
held the Job open till she grad-
uated from High School.) This
girl has never had experience
(at work that Is.)
If that's Fair Employment 1
give up. Why doesn't some one
iQok Into things like this. Maybe
a woman who Is 39 years old Is
too old for these so called younj
wheels.
An Old Woman?
Once, in the old days of CIO,
when a younger John L. Lewis
was taking Communists off $15-
a-week WPA projects and mak-
ing them powerful labor leaders,
one of his colleagues challenged
him.
"John, why do you work with
the Communists?" the man un-
der the mane and eyebrows was
asked by peppery little David Du-
binky.
"Dave, you Just wait," Lewis
basso-ed. "You'll see who gets the
bird, the dog or the hunter. I'm
using them."
Years later, after the Commu-
nists turned on John L. and be-
smirched Mm, the irrepressible
Dublnsky met Lewis with:
"Well, John, who got the bird
you or the Communist dogs?"
Lewis grunted the admission
that the Reds had used him.
Now, apparently, John L.
Lewis is at it again. He's taking
his glamor and the prestige of
his great coal diggers' union
right into a nest of the most
successful pro-Communist un-
ionists of the daythe highly
disciplined, centrally directed
Commies and their friends at
the strategic Ford Motor Co.
River Rouge plant, toon to be a
center of great war production.
And if, after this appears, John
L. Lewis keeps his speaking en-
gagement at the Ford union 10th
anniversary celebration June 23
in Detroit, without denouncing
the Communists there, he's com-
mitting, against himself and this
world of ours, a great crime, the
punishment for which must be
in that giant conscience of his
after he sees how the Commu-
nists' world propaganda machine
exploits him.
This Lewis should know:
Operating inside the Ford plant
is a Communist cell which has
succeeded in throwing the pres-
tige of sections of this world's
largest union behind the one
thing closest to the Soviet foreign
policya drive to disarm us by
splitting this nation wide open OH
the question of peace in Korea.
The Trigger
First, the Communists sched-
uled a "National Peace Con-
gress" in Chicago for the June
29 week end. Then, they got
their cells in all factories to
whip up delegations to make it
appear that the American peo-
ple are fdeadly to. 6pvfe Hw
sia. From the Ford plant, cen-
ter of th Rds. greatest con-
centration today, at least M'
delegates will go to the June 29
Communist clambake.
Now watch this closely. This
bloc of 80 are from various build-
ings in the sprawling industrial
gargantua called River Rouge. 30
men are going from the "Motor
Building." Another 15 fxom the
"Production Foundry." Bt)l>An-
other 15 will Journey from the
Axle Building."
This means that the union sec-
tions in these key Ford buildings
actually plan to issue credentials
and pay some expenses for these
"delegates" to the pro-Soviet
hootenanny in Chicago.
Now, see how this traces right
back to the pro-Communist
cliques In these very -buildings.
Some months ago the Ford un-
ion's central leadership was ac-
tively anti-Communist. They put
five men on trial before a union
court, charging them with being
more interested In the Commu-
nist policies than In their own
union welfare.
Who were these five? They
were men from the Axle Build-
ing, from the Motor Building and
from the Production Foundry.
These are the very building units
which are dispatching 80 men to
the Russian-loving rally in Chi-
cago.
Now John Lewis knows Just
what this means. He knows that
two of the three men who came
to his office to invit him were
leftwingers, one of whom acted,
as an "attorney" for the five pr-
Commles. Lewis knows that the
Soviet's Comlnform world bullet-
in and the policy making, lnner-
circle Communist magazines
boast of their people's success at
Fordand if he doesn't know this
then his secretary can go out and
get him the Communist Parry's
theoretical publication, Political
Affairs, Page 23, May 1951 edi-
tion and page 49. April, 1951 edi-
tion. It's all there.
And Mr. Lewis knows that he
was invited by leftwingers and
their friends because the Com-
munist International believes
Walter Reuther to be their public
enemy Number One Inside labor.
And Mr. Lewis knows that
Walter Reuther's dynamism,
modern unionism and public
influence Is such that only a
man of Lewis' glamor can off-
set the redhead's influence
among the country's working
people. And Brother Lewis is
fully aware that the strategy
of the left is to whip our work-
ers Into a chanting demand for
peace on the Soviet's terms, ca-
mouflage that how you will.
Surely Lewis doesn't want that.
His quarrel with the rest of labor
should not set him off against
the rest of the world, for he's big
enough and glamorous enough to
hurt the world in this crisis. And
the Commies will never give him
the birduntil they're ready to
give it to him In the Bronx style.
(Copywht 1951 PoBt-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
^eDAHY WASHINGTON
. V 1 t., OM
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly DREW PEARSON
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Armenian Hoosier
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORKEvery time one of the forelgn-
bom brains boys decides that tne country is npe
pnly for the Russians and goes over the hill with
his scientific know-bow, I like to dwell a little on
Mr. Sarkes Tarzlan, an Armenian Hoosier from
Bloomlngton, Ind.
Mr. Tarzlan, like my friend Sou Chan, Is Just
about everything the Marx boys hate, because he
demonstrates daily that a poor refugee trom op-
pression can plow his own furrow, get ncn and
benefit the "masses" at the same time. Mr. Tar-
zlan is an exemplification of an American dream
that does "nfc Mfiir''* ntf*"r* "r socialization
' WTverythfluCTTIRp WHS ffl Tlhe basket and
illumination "in the community.
Tvt nfmvv'
Here's a guy who was born In 1901 In Armenia
and came to Philadelphia when he was six. His
papa worked as a weaver in a textile mill. Sarkes
went to the usual public schools and college. His
daddy branched out Into a small ice-cream cone
manufacturing business and Sarkes put himself
through school with effort and ice cream, plus a
scholarship at Pennsylvania.
He went to qgk for Atwater Kent when he was
graduated. By 1962 his work In electronics got him
the job of chief design-and-development engi-
neer. He later was chief for RCA in Buenos Aires.
When he was 39 he was chief of the RCA plant in
Bloomlngton. During the war he was top tech-
nical consultant on such vital little gadgets as the
VT proximity fuse.
In 1944 he struck off on his own. He started
making radio and television parts on a tiny scale.
His own Invention, a basic TV tuner, is now used
by most of the big manufacturers. From a start of
50 tuners a day.he has Jumped to 5,500 a day, and
his gross has gone from $15,000 a year to $20 mil-
lion.
Tarzlan had remembered an axiom from old
Atwater Kent: Invent something hard to lick, and
then produce it at a profit. Anybody can invent,
old Atwater said, but what separates the men
from the boys is profitable production. Since Tar-
zian perfected his simple TV tuner, he has re-
duced its price to the purchaser 6u per cent.
He Is quite a boy, this fellow Tarzlan. He decided
that little Bloomington needed a T\/ station oi
its own, so ne Just sort of sat down and built it
himself. He built the whole works, Including tow-
ers and cameras, for less than S2UO.00O, an amaz-
ingly low figure. Six months later he was operat-
ing In the black, which is Just about the top neat
trick of the decade.
Whir*operating three of his own manufacturing
plants, Tarzian has decided that his state should
iMrve more and better TV, so he's building a new
tower that will carry his programs to two-thirds
of the state. As a result of his know-how, he has
offered to build an inexpensive TV station for any
small town that wants one.
Here's a guy who translates his community wel-
fare for free through his own medium of commu-
nication. The Communists would hate him, I sus-
pect, because he uses Station WTTV for tne dis-
semination of such Insidious propaganda as par-
ent-teacher, Red Cross, university, news review
and local-talent programs.
Tarzian could be called a Babbitt, too, because
he is Interested in who gets elected mayor, and Is
a member ol the Chamber of commerce and the
Rotary. He lives in the same meek white cottage
he started in, and is married and has two Kids. on.
one occasion he took six weeks off from his very
busy business to go to a special session of the Vas-
sar Parents institute witn his little boy.
I guess the Comlnform would find him dull, but
I like the Idea that here is one scientist who may
prefer to do his Inventions here, and not take the
fruits of his technical achievements away Irom
Bloomlngton to some other quaint hamlet ending
In -grad or -ow.
nter-American Institute
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA)In the recent election
upset in Bolivia, there was one issue on wnlch botn
the reactionary "ins" and trie revolutionary "outs
agreed. They both wanted the U. S. Institute of
Inter-American Affairs program continued and
This is' the llttle-fcnowH'American government
effort to help Latin American countries raise then-
standard ot living, wnen they ask lor technical
assistance in the lields of food production, health
and education. It is now increasing its programs
from 34 to 34 in 18 Latin American countries.
IIAA is small business when compared to most
government activities. It employs only 250 Amer-
icans In Latin America, paying, their salaries. It
Is now operating as a government corporation,
authorized to spend $35 million in the 1849-54
period, or $7 million a year.
When it was llrst started In 1942, the U. S. gov-
ernment paid all Institute expenses. The Latin
American governments paid nothing.
That emphasis Is now shifting so that the Latin
American countries pay most of the costs. Last
year, for instance, they paid out $17 million and
employed 10,000 natives on various projects. Over
the nine years of operations, the U. a. government
has contributed $63 million compared to the Latin
American governments' $60 million.
It la a selfish Investment for the United States'
own Interest, accoraing to Kenneth k. lversou,
young Utah lawyer who is now president of the
Institute, with offices in Washington. He has been
with HAA since it was founded, save for a short
period as a Marshall Plan operations man In
If the standard of living -could be raised In
Latin America even Just a little, the United 8tates
could benefit immensely, Iverson believes.
Eighty-five per cent of the people of Bolivia are
Illiterate. The per capita Income is about $55 a
year, as compared to nearly $2000 in the U. S.
Seventy to 80 per cent of the people in Peru are
illiterate. The per capita Income there is $100 a
year. "They don't know how to want anything,"
says Iverson graphically.
If per capita income In countries like these
could be raised to $200 or even $150, It could
double the market for U. 8. goods. And it would
increase the supply of things that Latin America
produces and North America needs badly.
Even under today's conditions, the U. S. sells $3
billion worth of goods a year to Latin America.
This is more than a third of all U. S. exports.
There is no reason why the figure could not be
increased.
In return, the United States now takes about
halt of all Latin America's exports It takes 95
per cent of the sugar, 90 per cent of the coffee,
over. 50 per cent ol the copper, lead, tin. Tne list
can be extended to some 2o critical materials.
On most of these importe, the United States now
pays what amounts to a hidden tax of o per cent
or more, caused by malaria. It was malaria. In
fact, which put the Institute of Inter American
Affairs in business. The first 500 U. S. Marines
sent to Brazil in World War II all got malaria.
The port town where they were stationed had to
be cleaned up before the Marines could go back to
duty.
rrom this grew the idea of helping the Latin
American countries help themselves to clean up
their health conditions, improve their working
conditions, and so Increase the production, at
lower costs, of the things like natural rubber,
which America needed worst.
The formula has worked in country after coun-
try.
Many of the people of countries like Bolivia,
Peru and Paraguay are undernourished. Tho aver-
age diet for all Laiin America Is estimated at 2000
calones a day, as compared to 3000 and more for
tne U. S.
If people don't get enough food, they develop
maladies like hookworm, and they can't work ei-
ficlently. A first need, therefore, was to increase
food production, in what should be tropical para-
dises. Peru had to import wheat for her miners in
the last war, and the United States had to furnish
it. But before the farmers could be taught how to
use fertilizers, they had to be taught how to read.
Hence the educational parts of the IIAA program.
It Isn't higher education, but the simple training
of teachers for rural schools.
The three fundamental requisites go together-
food, health and eaucation. They stabilize indus-
trial relations and production, too. There was
strike after strike in the mines of Peru and Bolivia
till safety and health education was,begun.
These are some of the reasons why the institute
of Inter American Affairs programs have caught
on and stuck In Latin America, In spite of numer-
ous revolutions and changes in government.
Drew Pearson says: Gen. Vandenberg wants more ftfaipar-
ous women in Air Force; Congressman Boykh hs motto
is "Everything is made for loans;" Gen. Marshall hter-
. ested in troop morale in Korea.
WASHINGTON.There is no quicker way to get; ft 'V riled than to tell her she Isn't good-looking. Yet' Gen. BQyt
Vandenberg,, himself a good-looking man and an effidlaHMref
ol the Air Force, has let himself be put In exactly that position
with Air Force women.
When General Vandenberg did was to bring aviatrix Jac-
queline Cochran, wife of finance wizard Floyd Odium Into the
Air Force as special adviser on the Wafs and. later,fib'accept her
advice.
Miss Cochran, after an investigation at Lackland Air Base,
Texas, reported tnat the Wafs lacked glamor. She went further
and even advised General Vandenberg that the Wafs were too
fhort, too fat and too unattractive. The Air Force, she sale,
snould pay more attention to shapely figures in recruiting women.
Vandenberg agreed that the Navy seemed to be getting better
loosing; females into the Waves, and that the Wafs could go. in.
iOr taller women. The Chief of the Air Force also suggested
that the Wafs ought to be more feminine and stick to secre-
tarial work Instead of trying to be mechanics, truck drivers and
grease monkeys.
But when the general delicately passed these suggestions on
to Col. Geraldlne May, commander of the Wafs, she rebelled. She
argued that women were recruited for their merit, not their
giamor; and that women should be used in noncombat jobs as
well as men.
Partly as, a result of all this, Colonel May has been eased,
out and Is'being replaced as head of the Wafs by Mary-Jo
Shelly of Bennington College, Vermont. Meanwhile, the ladles of
the Air Force are really mad at their Chief of Staff. And they
.ren't going to let him forget It soon.
"EVERYTHING FOR LOANS" ,
Stuart Symington, who inherited a lot of headaches as new-
head of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Is digging into
another interesting situation involving Congressman Frank "Ev-
erythlng-is-made-tor-love" Boykin of Alabama.
The genial Congressman from Mobile, who gives regal din-
ners of bear meat, racoon and deer, seems to have had more than
an Inside dr^g with the sometimes overgenerous loaryjtgency. Al-
ready, Symington has fired Boykin's coudjh FranlbMAte, from
tne RFC, following disclosure that Prince had fpgedJflPt a,
$'00,000 loan for the Mobile Paper Company In which Boykin
and his children later secured a 40 per-cent Interest.
On top of this. Symington has discovered that Boykin helped
secure a $450,000 loan for a lumber company to which he sells
his timber. The company, Stutts Lumber Industries of Thomas-'
ville, Ala., had a $300,000 overdraft at a local bank
So the potent Congressman from Alabama helped get a loan
of $450,000 from the RFC for the lumber company," following
which it paid off Its draft, and had some left over, to Buy the
Congressman's timber. Significantly, Boykln's cplislo, Frank*
Prince, helped put this loan across too.
NOTEOn Capitol Hill It's said that Boykin should changa
his "Everythlng-ls-made-for-love" motto to "Everythlng-ls-made-
for:loans."
MARSHALL VS. MACARTHUR
Real fact about Secretary of Defense Marshall's trip to Tokyo
v/as that be wanted to be In Korea at this particular timethe
rainy seasonbecause he Is interested in the morale of the men^
-The secrecy.surrounding his trip was partly a test'and had
little to do,with the enemy. Marshall has,been miffed ver ithe
leak of Important secrets from the Pentagon, and wanted to sia
whether plans for his trip would also leak. He made the plans
iore than three weeks ago, but told only two or three people*
hey didn't leak.
It's significant that Marshall visited Tokyo almost imme-
diately after General MacArthur left. It's no secret that the two
men never got along well, Marshall having been a strung Per-
ching man and the young captain on Pershing's staff who worked
out the strategy for the transfer of the American Expeditionary
Force from St. Mihiel to the Meuse-Argonne front without tha
enemy knowing It. Military experts pronounced thl^.a^ySmajii^i
Ing Job.
, ...While.MaxshAlI, was an unobstruslve 367year-old.cptalo..Itti
Pershlng, MacArthur was a spectacular 37-year-old Brigadier
general with the Rainbow Division. After the war, MacArthur
l.ept In the limelight, first as commander of West Point, later
as a brigadier general In the Philippines, then as Chief of Staff.
Marshall meanwhile was only a coloneldespite the fact that ha
had Pershing's potent backing,
However, Pershlng and MacArthur weren't getting along well,
and MacArthur, not Pershlng, was on the upgrade in the Army.
Both were rivals at one time for the hand of Louise Cromwell
daughter of the J. f. Morgan partner, Edward T. Stotesbury. In*
'.he end, she turned down the widower Pershlng, married the
younger man MacArthur.
Meanwhile,' with MacArthur In the saddle, Marshall remained
9 lowly colonel. It was not until 1938, after MacArthur had been
transferred to the Philippines more or less permanently, that
Roosevelt recognized Marshall's ability and promoted him to ba
Chief of Staff.
AUSSIE FRIEND OF USA
Sir Keith Murdoch, who owns most of the newspapers in
Australia and is a potent friend of the United States, visited'
Washington the other day on one of his annual trips between
London and "Down Under." I confess to some prejudice regard-
ing 81r Keith becauic he gave me one of my first newspaper
iobs, on the Melbourne Herald, when I was working, in Australia
in 1923.
At any rate, Sir Keith's observations on the U.S.A. are worth
noting. He found us: 1) The best-Informed nation In the world;
and 2) The nation with the freest discussion of problems.
He was Impressed with the way we brought things out in
the open, hid nothing, pulled no punches. He felt this was the
greatest strength of democracy; that most nations outside th
English-speaking world were not strong enough to do this.
However,"he deplored the MacArthur hearings in that they
ave priceless secrets to the Russians; had a bad effect on our
Allies. To him it seemed that we were playing pure politics.
Of all the people this powerful Australian publisher visited
in Washington, the most useful, he felt, was a man many Am-
ericans have never heard ofDr. Hugh Bennett, head of soil
c.-nservatlon. Sir Keith figured that Bennett has probably dona
.nore for the U.S.A. than any other one man. In that he is
gradually preventing the waste of our most priceless and most
Irreplaceable assetthe soil. Even despite his efforts, however.
It Is still rolling into the sea at the rate of 500.000,000 acres
a yearnever to come back.
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Colombia pide que una comisin resuelva el caso
WASHINGTON, Jante 1 (UP).La Repblica de Co-
lesaM* ka enriada la Uniente eamanicacian al Gobierno
del General Odria. en relacin con el ca* de aillo dei
dirigente Aprieta Vcter Ral Haya de la Torre:
"Me dirija a Vuestra Excelencia para manifestarle
que en tUU de la nltlana sentencia preferida por la Cor-
to Internacional de Jastieia en el ca* de aillo del aeor
Vctor Ral Haya de la Torro, y teniendo en cnanto tam-
bin la necesidad y conveniencia para amkoa Gobiernos
de poner punto final, mediante el cumplimiento de tal
sentencia, a l ya,larca diferencia jurdica que ban teni-
do tea dos pases, es (rato para el Gobierno de Colombia
invitar al Gobierno de Vuestra Excelencia a nombrar doi
delegados por cada parte que determinen la manera como
deber ponerse fin al asilo, de acuerdo con la misma sen-
tencia.
"Estos delegados podran reunirse en la ciudad de
Washlnrtop o en.Rii Jsneiro e Iniciar Inmediatamente
sos labores.
"No ha de ocultarse al Gobierno de Vuestra Excelen-
cia que la medida propuesta traer, no la solucin del ca-
so, sino tambin benficos resultados para lag relaciones
de nuestros dos pueblos y para la armona y solidaridad
de este hemisferio.
"Srvase aceptar, Excelentsimo Seffor, los sentimien-
tos de mi ms distinguida consideracin y aprecio.
GONZALO RESTREPO JARAMILLO,
Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores.
La primera reaccin de la prensa limea ha sido,
-como es natural, encaminada a demostrar que la "tesis
peruana" ha salido triunfante y que como consecuencia
el Per exigir el cese Inmediato del asilo. "El Comercio",
uno de los rganos ms serios de la prensa limea lleca
hasta sugerir que para poner fin al asHo lo mejor es que
(Pasa a la Pac. . col. 7)
HOA
1IM Kes.
PANAMA
HOW
ltM Kcs.
COLON
La Zamiela dd Sbado
presenta
a las de la noche
LA ORAN VIA
el Maestro Chacea.
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Red Panamericana
PatmmaAmrtca
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
TUBERA negra
2" y 4"
CooMlte nuestros precios. 1
AGENCIAS GLOBALES, S.A.
Via Espaa No. 1*1
Tel. S-1M3 ,
AHO VIUE8IMO SEXTO
PANAMA, X. P.. SBADO, JUNIO 16, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO*

panameos" ofrecen servir a Irn
En caso de que los ingleses
no faciliten transporte si
se nacionaliza el petrleo
Se hizo la advertencia que se bascara la coopera-
cin de otras potencias
H
ay
y
pendientes en Agricultura
Comercio 18.000 Patentes
TEHERAN, Junio 18 (UP) -
Un portavoz iranio dijo que I-
rn se dirigir a otras potencias
inclusive Rusia, aparentemen-
te al Oran Bretaa rehusa a-
judar a administrar la Anglo
Iranian Oil company.
"Si los britnicos salen, olios
entrarn", dijo Kazem Hass.iil,
representante del Ministerio t
Relaciones Exteriores en la Jun-
ta de liquidacin de la Ca.
Dijo que "Los Panameos han
Ofrecido suministrar Buqui-s
Tanques", y que si los britnicos
se salen, Jos rusos entrarn y
es posible que consigan una sa-
lida al Golfo Persa. Esto flan-
queara a Turqua en donde los
norteamericanos tienen lnve.tl
dos millones. ,
Hassibl dijo que Irn no acce-
der a cualquier, pediln brliA-
quler demora en la contestacin
britnica, cuyo plazo vence ma-
ana, ser* considerada como un
insulto".
Hasslbi dijo que los britnicos
han tenido suficiente tiempo
para familiarizarse con la ley
de la nacionalizacin. Sin em-
bargo, fuentes britnicas de cu-
tero crdito dijeron, que ser
'casi imposible" cumplir con la
exigencia de Irn y dejaron en-
trever que la delegacin brit-
nica buscar demorar una res-
puesta final y continuar ias
conferencias con los represen-
tante. del Gobierno de Irn so-
bre otros aspectos del prograi.ia
Je nacionalizacin.
Los circuios del Gobierno e-
tan preocupados por la agita-
cin entre las nativos de los
nica para que se le conceda campos petroleros pues se po-
mas tiempo para contestar a U
exigencia' de Irn del 75.y^r.
ciento de las entradas de la An-
glo-Iranian Oil Company. Cual-
dran provocar choques que
pondran en peligro las vidas de
lo britnicos y las propiedades
e instalaciones
Nombramientos de maestros
para Cocl, Panam, Coln
y Santiago hicieron hoy
El Ministerio de -Educacin
hizo esta maana los siguientes
nombramiento:
Permanentes
Provincia de Cocl
Daniel J. Qulrs O, escuela
Caaveral.
Agustn Martines P., escuela
Jobo de Rio Indio.
Aurora Solanllla, escuela Ale-
jandro Tapia E.
Silvia Edlth campos, escuela
El Roble.
Eyda Fernndez C, escuela
Repblica Dominicana.
Rosa E. de Len de Alml-
lltegui, escuela Repblica Do-
minicana.
Ricardo Fernndez, escuela
Repblica Dominicana.
Gladys M.4 Vega R., escuela
Los Cerrltos.
Mercedes Chanls Ros, escue-
la PueWo Nuevo.
Eugenio Bethancourt, escuela
Ro Hato.
Sisa Delflna Botello, escuela
Rio Hato.
Roberto 8andoval M., escuela
Repblica de Espaa.
Nidia Avila, escuela Capella-
na.
Dora Lstenla Concha, escue-
la Chumb,
Rosa Catalina Daz, escuela
El Palmar.
Dorila Mndez de Batres, es-
cuela Nadal Silva.
Casimiro Reyes, escuela El
Bajo Grande.
Efrain W. Arosemena, escuela
Calabazo.
Guillermo Oscar Wong, es-
cuela El Cop.
Gloria Rodriguez, escuela La
Madera.
Provincia de Coln
Fernando A. Alguero, escue-
la Anexa Abel Bravo.
Olmedo C. Acevedo, escuela
Pablo Arosesnena.
Delmlra F. de Cook, escuela
Porfirio Melndex.
Alicia Facey, escuela Porfirio
Melndez.
Clmaco E. Abada, escuela
Repblica de Bolivia.
i Pasa a la Partn b Colasnns V
En el Atlntico
hay 225 vacantes
para obreros
Un portavoz del Ejrcito 'de
Estados Unidos en el Caribe a-
nuncl que se ecuentran abier-
tas 235 nuevas vacantes p trabajo temporal en la Ceuta
Atlntica.
Aunque las posiciones han si-
do calificadas como temporalea,
dijo el portavoz, tendrn una
duracin suficiente para co.r.-
pletar un proyecto de recons-
truccin cuya naturaleza no se
ha revelavo todava
- Las posiciones que se encuen-
tran abiertas en la categora lo-
cal son las siguientes: conduc-
tores de camiones, oficlnisLafl,
carpinteros, electricistas, pinto-
res, plomeros, mecnicos de re-
frigeracin y peones.
Adems se necesitan aslsten-
tts de capataces en los siguien-
tes grupos: carpinteros, plme-
los, electricistas, mecnicos de
refrigeracin, pintores y peones.
Lia vs^imtefclueronigjuiocu-
daa por la Oficina de Persons; 1
del Ejrcito. Los trabajadores
locales que caten interesados
podrn dirigirse a la Oficina cel
Personal Civil, Engineer Area,
Edificio 235, Fort Davis.
Se advierte a los aspirante*
que debern traer sus tarjetas
elegibles a la oficina, la cual es-
tar abierta de 7:30 de la ma-
ana a 4 de la tarde todos los
dias excepto sbado y domingos
El Ministerio estima que las
quejas por las demoras en la
expedicin son justificadas
El libro blanco sobre China
Nacionalista es fuertemente
criticado por L. Johnson
WASHINGTON, Junio 1 (UP)
El ex-Secretarlo de Deensa
Louis Johnson declar que el
Libro Blanco publicado por el
Departamento de Estado en
1MB, sobre China Nacionalista
tena aparentemente el prop-
sito de "destruir" al rgimen
del Generalsimo Chiang Kal
Shek. Johnson dijo a la Coml-
Sn del Senado que investiga
destitucin del General Mac-
Arthur que protest sin xito
por la publicacin del libro
"porque no creir que fuera
exacto y estaba convencido de
3ue era muy poco conveniente
esde el punto de vista polti-
co."
El ex-Secretarlo de Defensa
que fu separado de su cargo
despus de una prolongada lu-
cha con que el Secretarlo de
Estado Iean Acheson, mani-
fest que algunas de aquellas
"inexactitudes" fueron enmen-
dadas y otras no. El Libro Blan-
co a que se refiere Johnson ve-
nia a decir en realidad que la
victoria comunista en China no
se debi a la poltica d los
tados Unidos sino a defectos
I rgimen nacionalista.
SI Presidente de la Comisin.
Senador Demcrata Richard
Russell oregunt a Johnson por
qu se habla opuesto a la pu-
blicacin dei Libro Blanco. El
ex-8ecretario de Defensa con-
test: "Que no vela el fin que
se lograba en aquella situacin
Interniclonal con la publica-
cin de tal documento, uno de
cuyos objetivos pareca ser des-
truir un gobierno establecido
que nos proporcionaba la nica
esperanza en la China Comu-
nista."
En la Crcel Modelo
hay 412 presos por
delitos comunes
Una marcada tendencia ha-
cia el delito, ha hecho subir a
cifras astronmicas la poblacin
penal de la Crcel Modelo, que
tiene cupo para 280 detenidos
y que mantiene recluidos, sin
contar los presos polticos, a un
total de 412 presos por delitos
comunes, segn manifest esta
maana a la prensa el Comi-
sionado de Correccin del Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno y Justicia,
seor Antonio Donato.
De estos detenidos 289 tienen
causas pendientes de tramita-
cin y el resto, o sea 114 son
reos rematados que esperan el
transporte al Penal de Colba o
la terminacin de sus senten-
cias.
A pesar de que l Crcel Mo-
delo ha sido adicionada con una
nueva Seccin, confronta difi-
cultades para alojar a tan cre-
cido nmero de detenidos. En
esa Institucin penal se estn
actualmente realizando trabajos
{ara elevar los muros de pro-
eccln y estn casi terminados
los trabajos para instalar un
equipo de refrigeracin en
cocina.
El Ministerio de Agricultura.
Comercio e Industrias, inform
que hay cerca de 18,000 paten-
tes comerciales pendiente* y
que para aligerar el trabajo de
expedicin se trabajar desde
el lunes de 7 a.m. a 7 p.m.
Todas las quejas elevadas con-
tra el Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias por las
demoras en la expedicin de las
patentes comerciales son jus-
tificadas, Inform esta maana
a "El Panam Amrica" don
Flavlo Velsquez, Secretarlo de
ese Ministerio. Estas declara-
ciones fueron formuladas al in-
quirir un redactor de este dia-
rio por el motivo de las demo-
ras en entregar esos documen-
tos, pues muchas personas se
haban acareado a la redaccin
de este diario a quejarse.
Sobre este particular, don
Ramn Ismael Ramrez, direc-
tor del Departamento de Co-
mercio y Turismo, declar que
ms de mil patentes comercia-
les, de Panam y del Interior
de la Repblica, hablan per-
manecido en el Despacho del
Ministro listas para la firma.
Por razones desconocidas, la se-
ora Maria Santodomingo d
Miranda, quien ocup la Car-
tera de Agricultura, Comercio
e Industrias, provisionalmente,
dej de firmar estos documen-
tos y ahora la demora se debe
a que se estn preparando nue-
vamente los resueltos, que apa-
recan con el nombre de dicha
seora, como Ministro de Agri-
cultura, Comercio e Industrias.
Se estudia mtodo de cooperacin
Interamericana para atender a una
Repblica en caso de desastres
Con motivo del lamentable
terremoto de El Salvador, ocu-
rrido recientemente y de las
anteriores catstrofes del Ecua-
dor y Guatemala, el Consejo de
Organizacin de los Estados A-
merlcanos aprob una resolu-
cin en el sentido de conside-
rar la necesidad y urgencia de
estudiar y preparar un mtodo
de cooperacin Interamericana
en caso de desastres y para tal
efecto estableci una comisin.
El Informe de dicha comi-
sin ha sido enviado al Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriores a
fin de que el Gobierno de Pa-
nam emita su opinin.
Tanto el Ministerio de Rela-
ciones Exteriores como el de
Gobierno y Justicia, estudian
por conducto de los departa-
mentos correspondientes el ci-
tado proyecto presentado por la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
merlcanos, cuya aprobacin se
estima de enorme alcance para
los intereses continentales.
Asesor Tcnico de
Tuberculosis es
el Dr. Mastellari
El Dr. Amadeo Vicente Mas-
tellari, uno de los ms presti-
giosos tlsllogos del pas, ha si-
do designado por el Ministro de
Trabajo. Previsin Social y Sa-
lud Pblica, Asesor Tcnico de
la lucha antl-tuberculosa. El Dr.
Masteliarl nos manifest que su
labor se desarrollar preferen-
temente en a campaa de va-
cunacin en la que cooperar
con el Servicio Cooperativo In-
teramerlcano. El cargo del Dr.
Mastellari es Ad-honores.
la
Elige directiva
la Federacin de
Padres de Familia
En la sesin inaugural lle-
vada a cabo en la noche del
15 de Junio, se procedi a nom-
brar la directiva que regir los
destinos de la Federacin de
Clubes de Padres de Familia de
las escuelas primarias de la ca-
Iiltal, quedando constituida de
a siguiente forma:
Presidente, seor Francisco
Snchez y A.
Vlce-presldente, seor Jorge
Miranda.
Secretario de actas, seor De-
(Pasa a la Pgina 5. Cal. f >
Se negaron a atender
aviones de la PAA
600 mecnicos ayer
NUEVA YORK, Junio 16. (UP)
Seiscientos mecnicos y
miembros de las dotaciones te-
rrestres del aerdromo de Idle-
wlld se negaron a atender los
aviones de la Pan-American
Airways en protesta por el des-
pido de 89 mecnicos. El paro
demor la menos tres vuelos a
Londres y Roma en que Iban
a salir 120 pasajeros.
Un portavoz del Sindicato de
Trabajadores del Transporte di-
Jo que la huelga deba exten-
derse a otros aerdromos en
donde se encuentran aviones de
la Pan-American.
El portavoz agreg que la
Pan American habia despedido
a 89 mecnicos que trabajaban
con la American Overseas Air-
lines antes de que ambas em-
presas se fusionaran.
"Donde la libertad de prensa
fue allanada desaparecieron
las garantas individuales"
Declar en Uruguay el Director del diario "L
Prensa," que fue incautado
MONTEVIDEO, lano 18 (UP).El Dr. Alberto Galnza
Pas declar en el homenaje que a l y "Va,Fr'1nB*
rindi l periodismo Uruguayo en el Ateneo bajo la direc-
cin del presidente del Crculo de Prensa Uruguayo, Emi-
lio Frngonl, ue "los hombres de "La Prensa seguimos,
llenas de te inquebrantable, creyendo en la supervivencia
de los valores morales y tenemos la conviccin de que el
eclipse de las Instituciones libres no debe ser mot.To de
desaliento".
Gainta Pas afirm que "la vos argentina de "La
Prensa" no es ni ser Jams de nadie sino de "La Pr*n**
misma", y que "la Incautacin del espritu no existe en
la ley ni en la realidad".
Tambin dijo que "sin la libertad de expresin ha-
blada y escrita, todas las otras libertades son Ilusorias
aunque se hallen estampadas en los textos constltucio-
"E-l mundo contemporneo nos ha dado una trgica
leccin. En donde la libertad de prensa fu allanada,
desaparecieron los derechos y garantas individuales y
los hombres quedaron al servicio omnipotente de la m-
qulna estatal".
"La libertad de expresin del pensamiento por medio
del periodismo Ubre e independiente es indispensable para
la existencia del racimen democrtico v condicin pri-
mordial para el -espeto de los derechos humanos.
"Nuestras repblicas han aprendido, muchas veces a
costa de su propia y amarga experiencia, que no puede
haber libertad ni seguridad para loa habitantes y mucho
menos armona internacional cuando los poderes pblicos
avasallan al periodismo, silencian los diarios y crean con
torpe e intil propsito de reemplazarlos ediciones regi-
mentadas por las creaciones tipleas de las dictaduras to-
talitarias que se denominan "secretaras u oficinas de In-
formacin, prensa y propaganda".
"La libertad de prensa no pertenece exclusivamente
a los diarios ni a ios periodistas. Pertenece a cada ciu-
dadano; pertenece a todo el paeblo. No es slo la liber-
tad de pensar y escribir; es tambin la libertad de leer,
informarse y elegir el diario que se considere ms veras
con opinin ms juiciosa".
"Pretender que la defensa de la libertad de prensa
debe qnedar nicamente en manos de los periodistas es
tan equivocado como seria sostener que la lucha por los
derechos humanos ha de ser mantenida slo por los abo-
gados y Jurisconsaltos. Las libertades son del pueblo; la
defensa corresponde tambin al pueble".
En preparacin el
decreto sobre la
radiodifusin
De acuerdo con informes ofi-
ciales suministrados a "El Pa-
nam Amrica" est en prepa-
racin un proyect de regla-
mentacin de la Radiodifusin
Nacional en un esfuerzo del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia por sealarle a la Radio
las pautas definitivas que de-
terminen su funcionamiento.
Dicho proyecto est siendo
discutido en el Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia (Seccin
Legal) con base a las expe-
riencias obtenidas por la ra-
dio panamea, a las indicacio-
nes tcnicas sobre la materia
y a nuestros preceptos consti-
tucionales y legales en vigencia
que rigen estas actividades.
Para confeccionar el proyec-
to, se estn estudiando regla-
mentos de radio de otros pa-
ses americanos, as tambin co-
mo las actas de las conferen-
cias de Telecomunicaciones y
de Radiocomunicaciones a las
cuales ha asistido Panam.
Se tiene entendido que en
este proyecto se tendr muy en
cuenta la opinin de la Aso-
ciacin Nacional de Radiodifu-
sin.
De la Escuela Rep.
de Venezuela sacan
cuatro grados
Cuatro grados de la Escue-
la Repblica de Venezuela, ubi-
cada en la Avenida Justo Aro-
semena, sern trasladados a los
altos del edificio donde estaba
situado el Teatro Excelsior, en
1< Avenida B, segn se Infor-
m esta maana en el Minis-
terio de Educacin.
Esta medida obedece a la
enorme matrcula que registra
esa escuela, 1918 alumnos, (a-
proximadamente cincuenta por
aula y tiene 42) y se espera que
alivie la difcil situacin crea-
da. Un vocero de Educacin di-
Jo que la direccin de la es-
cuela necesita la cooperacin de
los padres de aquellos nios que
van a ser trasladados. La me-
dida obedece a razones educa-
tivas y ser beneficiosa para
los educandos. La mayora de
los nios que sern trasldanos
a los locales donde funcion la
escuela Jos Domingo de Obal-
dla, sern escogidos entre los
vecinos a esta rea, y perte-
necen a los primeros y terceros
grados.
Los chinos envan refuerzos
desde Manchuria para poner
fin a la retirada de Corea
TOKIO. Junio 18. (UP). _
Los chinos rojos estn envian-
do refuerzos y abastecimientos
desde Manchuria para tratar de
ponerle fin a la serle de re-
tiradas en Corea del Norte.
Ms de 500 camiones ene-
migos cargados con hombres y
equipo fueron divisados desde
el aire anoche y hoy en la ma-
ana movindose hacia Pyon-
gyang, capital' norcoreana y
punto de concentracin comu-
nista en el nor-oeste de Corea.
Los refuerzos han coincidido
con la desesperada resistencia
comunista al Sur de Kumsong,
ancla de la nueva linea de de-
fensa comunista en el frente
central 29 millas al Norte del
Paralelo 3fi En todos los de-
ms sectores del frente los ro-
jos continan retirndose'.
Los. rojos abandonaron sus
poderosas posiciones de defensa
en el sector central-oriental y
se dirigan hacia el Norte con
sus animales de carga en el
rea central-occidental.
El General James Van Fleet,
Comandante del Octavo Ejrcito
dijo que es posible que los co-
munistas utilicen sus refuerzos
en una nueva ofensiva. Diri-
gindose a los periodistas du-
rante una visita al frente de
batalla ayer, Van Fleet dijo que
"la tercera fase de la ofensi-
va comunista se espera en un
futuro previsible".
Los refuerzos comunistas con
direccin a Pyongyang fueron
avistados por primera vez des-
Pnn i-i H a Col 1
Es casi imposible acceder a
las exigencias del Gobierno
de Irn en lo del Petrleo
Los representantes del gobierno exigen 1 75% de
tos gigantescos ingresos
TEHERAN, Junto 18 (UP).
Fuentes britnicas dijeron que
ser casi Imposible acceder a las
exigencias de Irn en la deli-
cadsima crisis del petrleo, pe-
ro a la vez todos los que par-
ticipan en las negociaciones
Anglo-Iranlas reconocen que to-
da demora grande puede origi-
nar gra"es dificultades.
Al mismo tiempo, alrededor de
seis mil miembros del "Frente
Nacional" y de las organizacio-
nes musulmanas realizaron una
manifestacin en la Plaza del
Parlamento para "apresurar y
apoyar la toma de posesin de
los yacimientos petrolferos por
la misin del Gobierno de Irn."
En el curso de la manifestacin
se pronunciaron' discursos In-
flamados en que se calific a
los britnicos de "usurpadores."
Los delegados britnicos se
ven confrontados con una di-
fcil tarea pues los represen-
tantes del Gobierno de Irn
exigen la Inmediata posesin y
el 75 por ciento de los Ingre-
sos de la gigantesca Anglo-lra-
nlan Oil Company.
Tales exigencias fueron for-
muladas" ayer al Iniciarse las
negociaciones y los Iranios rei-
teraron que su aceptacin es
imprescindible para poder pro-
IKswi a la nacina rolumns )
El funcionamiento
de 3 escuelas ha
sido autorizado
Por resuelto del Ministerio de
Educacin se autoriz el funcio-
namiento de tres nuevas escue-
las primarlas en el Distrito ncl
Paru, que estarn prestando
servicio en Fincas de la Frutera,
en los lugares conocidos como
Manaca. Cocos y Bongo.
Al solicitar la Compaa per-
miso para abrir estos planters
educacionales, puntualiz que
puntualiz que las escuelaa o-
f-ecern aprendizaje primario a
numerosos nios residentes en
la Zona Agrcola del Distrito gc!
Bar, de acuerdo con el pian
de estudios y los programas de
enseansa, que los maestros que
sirvan en estos planteles sern
la nacionalidad panamea y
pagados por la Chlrlqul Land
Company, y que las citadas es-
cuelas funcionarn en locales
modernos, dotados del equiro
necesario para el fcil desenvol-
vimiento del proceso educativo.
Estados Unidos est planeando
algn arreglo para la defensa
del Medio Oriente Asitico
WASHINGTON, Junio 10 (UP)
Los circuios oficiales nortea-
mericanos Informaron que Es-
tados Unidos est apoyando ca-
lladamente las gestiones para
Ms de una libra
de cerebro sacan
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22.600
a una anciana
DENVER, Junio 18 (UP) Los
cirujanos del Hospital Presbite-
riano de sta ciudad, cuyos nom
bres no se revelaron, practica-
ron una operacin que dur seis
horas a una anciana, en el cur-
to de la cual le extrlparon cari
i>na libra e masa enceflica.
Los mdicos dijeron que crt:n
haberle salvado la vida a la an-
cana que padeca de un tumor
cerebral.
Segn el Informe mdico, :a
pnclana se encuentra aparente-
mente en vas de restableci-
miento, y desde el Martes en
';ue se le practic la operacin
! a Ido recobrando gradualmente
si conocimiento.
Sin embargo, los mdicos art-
\irtleron que es muy probable
-;ue la anciana quede con uaa
parte del cuerpo parausada
algn arreglo sobre la defensa
del Medio Oriente..
El Secretarlo General de' la
Liga rabe, Azzam Baja se halla
actualmente en Turqua dis-
puesto a deliberar sobre una pa-
sible cooperacin Turco-rabe
para la defensa. Adems, Wa-"
diarios del mundo califican la
posible alianza como un golpe
comunista.
Israel no es mencionado co-
mo posible enemigo, pero tam-
poco ha sido invitado a partici-
par en las deliberaciones.
Entre telones, Eestados Umdcs
estimula las gestiones para un
convenio defensivo Turco-rabe,
pero a la vez'ha dejado clara-
mente sentado que no usar uj-
laies para cimentar la alianza-
La razn de ello es que Es Lu-
c os Unidos ya est prestando a-
yuda en forma de armamentos
a Turqua pero si se extiende
ta! ayuda a los pases r*pt,s
provocara pedidos similares de
Israel. Desde hace ms de un
ao Estados Unidos se viene ne-
r.ndo a satisfacer los pecliJos
de Israel. Inclusive el de com-
prar equipo militar pesado nor-
teamericano.
Estados Unidos est especial
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TEMAS QUE NECESITAN DIVULGACIN
Ed la actualidad est circulando un folleto edi-
tado nor el Departamento de Defensa Civil del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Justicia, el cual versa
obre las indicaciones bsicas para conocimiento
del pblico en caso de un ataque atmico.
Es fcil advertir tan pronto como se tiene a
la vista un ejemplar de este folleto que est escrito
en forma absolutamente clara y, ademas, tiene
algunas ilustraciones grficas interesantes. Es, pues,
una obra "que est al alcance de cualquier lector
tanto por la sencillez de su estilo como por el m-
todo seguido en el desarrollo del tema.
La idea de divulgar estos conocimientos es su-
mamente acertada. Como es sabido, en pases como
el nuestro la comunidad nunca ha tenido que con-
frontar los grandes peligros de una guerra moder-
na de tipo internacional, de manera que no estamos
acostumbrados ni familiarizados, por decirlo as,
con las precauciones fundamentales que deben to-
marse en caso de ataques areos, ni mucho menos
atmicos.
La grave situacin internacional del presente
indica la posibilidad de una guerra en la cual las
armas atmicas tendran un papel preponderante.
Si desgraciadamente para la humanidad esa guerra
llegara, nosotros, aun cuando no parece que seria-
mos blanco inmediato, estaramos amenazados po-
tencialraente en lo que a un ataque areo se refle-
te. Lo motivos qu hay para presumir etto: #n
mltiples y lgicos. En consecuencia de lo dicho .la
tarea'de divulgar asuntos como el mencionado de-
be merecer todo el respaldo del gobierno y de la
comunidad. Recurdese que nuestra poblacin, en
tu casi totalidad, no tiene ni los ms elementales
conocimientos sobre estas cuestiones. Hay ms, ni
siquiera se imaginan muchos las proporciones y los
medios de conjurar los peligros de un ataque como
el aludido.
Sera de desearse que el Ministerio de Educa-
cin patrocinara un programa en las escuelas en el
sentido de ilustrar a los alumnos en ciertos aspec-
tos relacionados con el problema de la defensa de
| poblacin civil. Desde luego que eat& tendra
q\w hacerse en lotf grados superiores y a' iffcneA m
conferencias, tomando el cuidado de no crear femo-
rW exagerados en los alumnos. Ojal se dictaran
las medidas conducentes para poner en prctica un
plan de orientacin en las escuelas de enseanza
superior en lo que respecta a los temas menciona-
dos.
Drew Pearson dice: El General Vandenberg quiere ms
mujeres encantadoras en Ja Fuerza Area; El lema
del Congresista Boykin es toco est hecho para prs-
tamos"; El General Marshall est interesado en lo
moral de las tropas en Corea.
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
Mm *%m StmUi^'tm* WUm Dim*-*. KHmrn.A '
WASHINGTON; No hay la-
nera mis rpida de encolerl-
lar a una mujer sue decirle
que no es bien parecida. Sin
embargo, el General Hoyt
Vandenberc, quien es Wen pa-
recido y un eficiente jee de
la Fuerza Area, se ha deja-
do colocar en esa posicin
con las mujeres de la Fuer-
za Area.
Lo que hizo el General Van-
denberg fu traer a la aviatriz
Jacqueline Cochran, esposa del
mago de las finanzas Floyd
Odium, a la Fuerza Area como
consejera especial sobre las
"WATS" y aceptar luego su con-
sejo. .
Mis Cochran, despus de u-
na investigacin en la Base
Area de Lackland,-Tejas, in-
form que las "WAFS" .care-
can, de eneanto. La Cochian
fu ms lejos an y lleg has-
ta a aconsejarle al General
Vandenberg que las "WAFS"
eran muy bajas, muy gordas
y muy mal parecidas. La
Fuerza Area, dijo ella, debe
prestarle ms atencin a las
formas atractivas cuando re-
clu* mujeres.
Vandenberg estuvo de acuer-
do en que la Marina parece que
.consigue mujeres mejor pareci-
das para las "WAVE8", y que
las "WAFS" poda buscar mu-
jeres mas altas. El Jefe de a
Fuerza Area tambin sugiri
que la* "WAFS" deban ser ms
femeninas y dedicarse al tra-,
bajo de oficina en lugar de es-
tar ffatando de, ser mecnicas,
conductoras de aniones Jr en-,
grasudoras.
Pero cuando el General le pa-
s delicadamente ests suges-
tiones a la Coronel Geraldine
May. Comandante de las
"WAFS". sta se rebel. Fila
argy que las mujeres son re-
clutadas por sus mritos, no por
su belleza; y que las mujeres
deben, ser usadas en puestos
no-combatientes as como los
hombres.
En parte como resultado de
sto, la Coronel May ha sido
sacada y ser reemplasada co-
mo jefe de Us "WAFS" por
Mary Jo Shelly de Bennington
College. Vermont. Mientras
tanto, las damas de la Fuer-
za Area estn muy disgusta-
dla |mi su Jefe. #**tn dlsf
puestas a aae ste no lo. ol-
vido" pronto.
"TODO PARA PRESTAMOS"
Stuart Symington, quien he-
red un montn de dolores de
cabeza como nuevo Jefe de la
Corporacin de Financlamiento
y Reconstruccin. iRFC), est
excavando otra situacin inte-
resante en la que tiene parte
el -Congresista Frank ("todo es-
t hecho para amar") Boykin
de Alabama. :
El genial Congresista de Mo-
bile, quien brinda regias co-
midas con carne de oso, coat
y venado, parece que ha te-
nido ms que influencia in-
terna con la a veces demasia-
do generosa RFC. Symington
va destituy de la RFC al pri-
mo de Boykin, Frank Prince,
despus de haberse descubier-
to que Prince haba ayudado
a conseguir an prstamo de
70,tt8 llares para la "Mo-
bile Paper Company" en la
nal Boykin y sus hijos ms
tarde consiguieron el 41% de
las acciones.
Encima de sto, Symington
ha descubierto que Boykin ayu-
d a conseguir un prstamo de
450.000 dlares paja una com-
paa maderera a la cual l le
vende madera. La compaa, la
"Stutts Lumber Industries" de
Tnouiasvilie, Alabama, tena un
sobregiro de 300,000 dlares en
un banco local.
Asi pues, el poderoso Con-
gresista de Alabama ayud a
conseguir un prstamo de
450,000 dlares con la RFC pa-
ra la compaa maderera, con
el cual sta pag su sobregiro,
quedndole algo para com-
prarle madera al Congresis-
ta. Dato curioso, el primo de
Boykin, Frank Prince, ayudo
a pasar ste prstamo tam-
bin. *
NOTA En el Capitolio se
dice que Boykin debe cambiar
su lema de "todo est echo
para amar" a 'todo est he-
cho para prstamos."
MARSHALL CONTRA
MAC ARTHUR
La verdad sobre el viaje del
Secretarlo de Defensa George
Marshall a Tokio es que l que-
ra estar en Corea, particular-
mente ahora la estacin llu-
viosa porque est interesado
en la moral de los soldados.
El secreto que rode su via-
je fu on parte una prueba' y
tuve muy poco que ver con
el enemigo. Marshall estaba
disgustado por la filtracin
de secretos importantes del
Pentagon, y quera ver si
los planes para su viaje tam-
bin se iban a filtrar. El Se-
cretario de Defensa prepar
sus planes hace ms de tres
semanas, pero se les dijo slo
a dos> o tres persona. Esta*
no de'jaron que se filtraran.
Es significativo que Marshall
visitara Tokio casi Inmediata-
mente despus que el General
MacArthur sali. No es ningn
secreto el que los dos hombres
nunca se llevaron bien, habien-
do sido Marshall uno de los
hombres fuertes de Fershlng y
el capitn del Estado Mayor de
Pershlng que plane la estra-
tegia para transferir las fuer-
zas expedicionarias norteameri-
cnas de St. Mlhial al frente de
Meuse-Argonne sin que el ene-
migo se diera cuenta. Los ex-
pertos militares calificaron s-
to como una maniobra asom-
brosa.
.Mientras Marshall era un
nlides* capitanee 36 aos do
edad eon Pershlng. MacArthur
era un espectacular General
de Brigada de 37 aos de edad
con la Divisin Arco Iris. Des-
pus de la guerra, MacArthur
conUnu siendo centro de a-
tencin pblica, primero co-
mo Primer Comandante de
West Point, ms tarde como
General de Brigada en las Fi-
lipinas y luego como Jefe de
Estado Mayor. Mientras tanto
Marshall era slo un coronel
pesar de tener el podero-
so respaldo de Penning.
Sin embargo, Pershlng y Mac-
Arthur no se estaban llevando
bien, y MacArthur, no Pershlng,
estaba subiendo .en eL Ejrcito.
Ambos fueron en un tiempo ri-
vales por la man de Louise
Cromwell, hija del ocio de J.
P. Morgan, Edward T. Btotes-
bury. Ai final, ella mechazo al
viud Pershlng, y se cas con el
hombre ms Joven MacAr-
Mientras tanto, con Mac-
Arthur en el mando, Marinan
continu siendo un coronelito.
No l sino Pasta 1838, des-
pus rejue MaeArtfebr haba
sido transferido a las Filipi-
nas ms o menos permanente-
mente, que Roosevelt recono-
ci la habilidad de Marshall
y lo ascendi a Jefe de Esta-
AMIGO DE EE. VV.
Sir Keith Murdoch, propie-
tario de la mayora de los pe-
ridicos de Australia y gran a-
mlgo de los Estados Unidos, vi-
sito Washington el otro dia en
uno de sus viajes anuales entre
Londres y "all abajo". Con-
fieso mis simpatas hacia Sir
Keith porque fu l quien me
dio uno de mis primeros tra-
bajos como periodista, en el
"Melbourne Herald", cuando me
encontraba trabajando en Aus-
tralia en 1923.
De todas maneras, las ob-
servaciones de Sir Keith sobre
los Estados Unidos son dig-
nas de ser notadas. Sir Keith
.nos encontr ser: 1) La na-
cin mejor informada del
mundo; y ) La nacin con
la ms libre discusin de sus
problemas.
Estuvo muy impresionado con
la forma como sacamos las co-
sas a la luz, no escondemos na-
da, no tiramos puetazos. El
Considera que sta es la mayor
fuerza de la democracia; que la.
mayora de las naciones fuera
del mundo de habla Inglesa no
son lo suficientemente fuertes
para hacer sto.
Sin embargo, deplor las
investigaciones sobre MacAr-
thur en ei sentido que le pro-
porcionan valiosos secretos a
los rusos; y tienen un mal e-
fecto en nuestros aliados. A
l le parece que estamos ju-
gando pura poltica.
Consideraciones Sobre lo Crisis
De todas las personas que
(ate poderoso publicista aus-
traliano visit en Washing-
ton, el ms til, considera, es
un hombre de quien muchos
norteamericanos nunca han
ido hablar el Dr. Hugh
Bennet, Jefe de la Conserva-
cin de Tierras. Sir Keith
considera que Bennet proba-
blemente ha hecho ms por
m Estados Unidos que ni-
n otro hombre, ya que gra-
ualmente evita el desgaste
de nuestro ms precioso e
irremplasable haber la tie-
rra. An a pesar de sus es-
fuerzos, sin embargo, nues-
tra capa de tierra frtil se es-
t yendo al mar a un prome-
dio de 2M millones de hect-
reas por ao para nunca.
i ms volver.
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
-
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
IISFRIADOS
*o*
Aviso Judicial
Jos CHriM Botarla,
Notarlo Public* Primara del Circuito da.
Panam, mu cdala da idealidad perso-
nal amaro 47-11,124,
CBRTIFICA:
Uloa aeoraa Tosida Ariarf y Joad
uel Sanchas, mayora da T3a.l y ve-
dinba da alta ciudad, han constituido la
sociedad colectiva de comercio denomi-
nada SANCHEZ y COMPAA LIMITA-
DA, con domirilm an la Ciudad da Pa-
nam, por al termino da 6 anoe y con
un capital da B.f.022.98. aportado por
Iguales partea antra loa aocioa;
qua al aocio Tomis Arlaa tendr a
u carao al uso de In firma social, y
el aooio Jos Manual Sanchas tendr la
r
\ Wjkw
Frote cuello, pecho y
-ipakta con Vapc
-.ub. Evita traitor-
nar el estmago. Des-
peja la nariz, calma
la tos, alivia la opre-
sin del pecho.
VapoRb
i BIH-l, .bis .. ..,.. ... *
administracin da loa neroclea: ,
Que*al objeto principal de la sociedad
ei Ja eaplotacion del netos) da com-
pra y venta da medicinas an senerat.
introducirlas del estertor, dialribuirlaa
tabricarlaa. representar casaa produc-
taraa nacionales o eilranjeraa, aatabla-
cer farmacia!, depsitos y fbricas, y en
general ejeentar cualquier otro neeocio
licito permitido a laa personas jurdicas
nacionales. .
Aal eonats an la Eicrltur PiSbllea ni.
mero 1.100 de II de Junio de Ittl.
.tendida en Va Notara a ai/ cargo.
Panam, Junio 12 de 1S1.
J Orna. Batalla.
Notarlo Pblico Primero
Por ERNESTO MNDEZ
-IV- '"
Desde' cuando el Banco Agropecuario e Industrial, inaUUclon
del Estado, inici operar iones comerciales, adopto una pohtlca de
desconsideracin hacia el consumidor y fue fMoreciiTe. en ei
ataa en los precios de artculo de primera necesidad ' J""*0
consumo. ln ocasiones, el Banco compr eaf a B.s.te el quin-
tal y lo vendi aqu a B.23.00. Ha estado comprando P*P* f
as de B.2..0 el quintal y las ha vendido * compras de arrox Us ha hecho el Banco a B.8.88 el tataib.*
>ende a B.12.50. No sabemos qu otilidadea obtiene el Banco en
las operaciones que hace de compraventa de ganado vacuno; pero
ueben ser tan substanciales como las que obtiene con loa ro
productos con lo cuales trafica.
Los precios 'referidos son aqueUoa que el Banco le cobra a los
mayoristas; esos precios se elevan al pasar del mayorista al mino-
rista y vuelvan a elevarse al pasar del minorista al consumidor;
de modo que cuando el arroz liega a manos de cate, su precio fluc-
ta entre 15 y II centavos la libra.
El Banco no slo especula con loa artculos que Importa, ilso
que tambin estimula la especulacin entre los particulares. Ho
otra manera puede entenderse el hecho de que con Ja anuen-
cia del Banco o por su intermedio se venda el cafe de produccin
nacional a B.50.00 el quintal. Cierto es que en el mercado inter-
nacional el eaf de primera clase se vende a ese o mayor precio
v que por ello, el productor nacional podra vender su cafe en el
exterior, caso de que aqu no se le quisiera pagar ose precio. En
teora ello es correcto, en la realidad no podra ocurrir porque la
mayora de los productores de cal para P^w **<" J,*uTren0'
..ligados a pignorar su fruto en el mencionado Banco, que poir ello,
puede influir en la fijacin del precio; y evidentemente Influye en
el sentido de que leo lo ms alto posible.
Ahora, ai el Estado a travs del Banco pmciia ]J* JM"
boiada, su posicin, desde el punto de ^ mor1/am,n',*r*"**;
ser muy endeble cuando, por medio coercitivo, trate^de reducir
los precios de artculos con los cuales no especula el Banco, o sea.
el Estado mismo.
Igual que en otras partes del mundo, nuestra P^^'^J^
poseedores de apreciable extension de tierras, y H :To* l>-
sinos propiamente dicho, de quienes algunos *"'*'&,*!
pequeas porciones de tierra que cultivan y l" "^V^0"
res nmadas que cada ao van por ah, quemando loa montes y
hadenrdVuHepblic. un desierto El primero t%****
es muy pequeo y en la actualidad solo *"<*> ,-Vhlrui
Caf v Arroi. No estamos pensando, claro est, en la ^h'}
Lmnd Company y su gran produccin de. bananos. I etro. es
gruposTpronucen esencialmente mais, ame, yuca, oto, PU.
pffios!.unas legumbre, y un poco de Wioles. Todo, aa^mo.
que la masa de nuestros agricultores esta ubicada en loe dos vi-
timos d? le grupas mencionados, v sabemos "* *-*!:
tos especificdoTms la carne constituyen U feas* de la aumen-
tacin de nuestro pueblo. ___, aiai-awmlna-
Ei agricultor campesino no sabe, claro est, si en determina
da toZfima m producir.e o no condiciones tmwnMn c esfayo-
"bleVque determinen el que su oa^ . bantote oig*.
De modo que para l obtener beneficios de ana MWhrWj"
siempre un accidente. Como todo, se dedicanaJa P^*^
de los mismos frutos, una cosecha abundante puede convertirse,
^generbante convierte, en un desastre P* aWos. PJWj
prclo., en tales ocasiones, bajan a un nivel qMfee}t*,epjecoK
^ttknffrft " ''^rMn-en?;
SrSb^S^Hwl5s
inobjetable y determina otro de loa Cetrea en el Isa de los pre-
cios de los artculos de primera necesidad. lmMlmh _. .1.
El agricultor, para la satisfaccin de aus necesidades.a. *le-
menUles* necesita proveerse de determinado, articulos^foraneos
como lo on el petrleo para alumbrarse, la ropa pan y/**.rb.
foros, manteca, el machete y la coa. sus tostrumentosjdeaDrai-
xa. Como el precio de todos esto, artculos se ha "** W
grado s?n precedentes, f natural que el recio d ^JT^J
agricultor sea lo suficientemente alto pmqw f^JS^^T^
pueda obtener los artculos aludidos y otros n^"1" ""_
subsistencia y 1. de su lamilla. Por el >. > "H2? .*!
llega a la conclusin de que el precio de lo. **^"2L \.
ecta de manera ubstaneial el precie de aaeetroa productos a
gricolas.
'* Ja esU anllaa amo, observado que todos lo riM"oresi
*>M%"tt>r%t**Z la Produccin, de .?.
hemos visto que tal hecho es facter ejetermlnante en la erases ae
h^^s^&^T^:^t fifis
enTa' ttea^!att&Conmleo. ue 1. indatcan a Intensificar ,
mejorar sus siembras.
Si todo ello es eaacto. aais. sea esa la "* ""J*' *JLj""
cambiar de sementeras.
Creemos que para nuestros ag rnomonauria c~ dn0re.
alta calidad para ganado vacuno. Adems, seria "base para
rtabtecimtent? de un modesta Industria textil, que habri^le
producir, aun. cuando .lo fuera "mantasucla y_ dril. La paja
para U fabricacin de escobas vale ahora una "fbbUncla. pero
e" pocas nrmale, tiene mejor precio fl arroa. ^Adern. am-
bos de estos productos tienen siempre demanda en el mercado
Internacional. ^_____ .
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY
TM.
BOV ABADO
3: SO Ritmos del Norte
3:43 Carrera
4:M Cuarteto Mareano
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Intermedio variado
4:45 Carrera
5-.00 Msica brasilea
6:15 Carrera
5:30 Ritmos bailables
Panamericanos
8:3* Carrusel musical
7 :N Grandes organistas
del mundo
7:15 Noticiero RPA
7:30 .Nuestros artistas
7:45 Personalidades
8:00 El Hit Parade
8:38 Sernala de las A ericas
Solis y Omez
8:45 Acordes porteos
''88 Zarzuelas de Hoy
La Verbena de la Palemat
(Breton)
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Panamericana
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10:00 Estampas mexicanas
10:15 Msica variada
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11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera
> Nacional
11:30 Carmen Miranda
11:45 Ritmos populares
12:00 Msica I de Slon .
9mJI*jI 0H i; J
i2:3D Intermedio variado
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica le Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
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1:15 Carrera
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RABAPn. JTNIO U. ISM
WL PANAMA AMVMCA DIARIO nrDCPENOIRNTR
Impresionado Marshall por la
unidad ie?las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas en Corea
WASHINGTON, J u ivi 0 15 -
-U8I8) El Secretarlo de D-
lensa George C. Marshall decla-
ra que mucho Je1u lmpresloi tlo la completa cohesin de is.s
diversas unidades de la* Nacio-
nes Unidas que luchan en Coica
en una fueraa Integrada y co-,r-
onada.
Este comentarlo lo hizo Mar-
shall el marte? despus de n>-
ber regresado' de un viaje de
cinco dias a Corea y Japn, du-
rante el cual" conferenci sobra
isuntos militares con el General
Matthew B? Ridgway, y con el
General James./ Van Fleet,
Comandante d .lit fueraas n -
xrestres-.
regreso.
Posteriormente. el Secretarlo
ci Defensa dijo a los periodis-
ta* que I situacin militar en
Corea es alentadora. Las fuer-
zas de las Naciones Unidas en
campa han alcanzado un al-
to grado de excelencia y elcien
ca profesional, dijo.
El Secretarlo Marshall elogi
X los soldados da Turqua, Osa-
da, Filipinas, Puerto Rico y
Tailandia por haber desempe-
ado parte importante en los
recientes triunfos .sobre los co-
munistas en el "tringulo de
hierro", zona de abastecimien-
to y concentracin del enemigo.
Marshall dijo'que crea que la
Nueva campaa inicia la Unesco
contra el analfabetismo mundial
PAGINA TIM
! ai.
Surge la posibilidad de que
sea reemplazado D. Acheson
For on Corresponsal Especial
(NANA i
WASHINGTON, Junio > -
(EPS). . El Presidente Tru-
man, segn indican personas
mcrata en general es poco
alentadora, en cuanto ala cam-
paa, porque la popularidad de
Truman ha descendido notable-
mente. El Senador Styles* Brld-
La labor comienza el 18
con el establecimiento de
varios centros regionales
[A CADA del pelo
P SECURA PRONTO y SFr-Ti,
allegadas' a la Casa Blanca, a-' ges, decano de los Republlca-
poya a W. Averell Harrlman co- nos, ha manifestado repetidas
mu posible sucesor del secre- veces .que stos sentiran la ma1-
tarlo de Estado Dean' Acheson. !yor complacencia si Truman es
Las mismas personas sealan designado nuevamente candlda-
que el esperado ascenso de Ha- to, ya que tienen la seguridad
Marshal tu*p .una .emigren- accin de Corea ha permitido a ?riman a"la Jetatura de la Jun- de que podran derrotarle fa-
ca de 20 minutos con, el Prusi- las tropas de la ONU alcanzar la de RecurQs psira la SegU-'cllmente.
dente Truman, .despus de *v l una v-liosa experiencia. [ rldad Nacional-es parte ,de las;
*"^ I ~ .,'...,, ,.. ... maniobras de Truman en..benl 'Seria difcil imaginar un
I neficlo da su auxiliar. Resta, por candidato mas dbil, viendo los
! saber si Harrlman lograr con- resultados de su actuacin", ha
"i lar con la aprobacin y apo-
yo de los lideres demcratas del
"EL enemigo hay q' encontrarla
en la mitad del camino", dice
el Oral. Albert G, Wedemayer
WASHINGTON. Junio 15
(UBIS) Los Estados Unidos
deben siempre hacerle frente al
enemipo a mitad de camino o a
ms de mitad del camino, en el
esfuerzo por procurar una solu-
cin pacifica de sus problemas,
segn declara el General Alo'.rt,,
G. Wedemyer
El GenerSJ Wedemyer. Co-
mandante del Sexto Ejrcito de
ios Estados Unidos, termin au
testimonio n las audiencias so-
bre la poltica de Estados Uni-
dos en el Extremo Oriente. El
Jueves declarar el ex-Secreta-
nr de Defensa.' Louis Jo'nnson.
Despus (fe Johnson lo harn A-%
vcrell Harrlman, ex-Embajacor'
en Mosc, y actualmente Auxi-
liar Especial del Presidente Tru-
man en asuntos internaclonaios.
Wedemyer dijo que eree c^ue
"debemos luchar. por hacer el
^'fuerzo de Alegan'a un acueu'o
ctir")'Uni6n; Sovitica porque
no creo que el pueblo de Rusia
mismo est en una posicin f-
llz, y algn da podremos aci-
darlo a remover este yugo de la
esclavitud".
Congreso.
Se sabe que muchos lderes
demcratas consideran que Ha-
rrlman est demasiado Identi-
ficado con el secretario Ache-
son para constituir una venta-
Ja en la- campaa presiden-
cial de 1952,
Como es bien sabido, esos
mismos lderes estiman que 18
manifestado Bridges. "No, ha-
bra adversarlo mejor, desde el
punto de vista republicano. De
todos modos, ser difcil que los
demcratas consigan un can-
didato que no tenga ante si
los obstculos que significan
los desaciertos de la adminis-
tracin Truman".
Volviendo al secretarlo Ache-
son. se ha sabido que el ex-
presldente Herbert Hoover es
Se complican los problemas
de la China Comunista por
la guerra de los coreanos
continuacin de Acheson en su uno de los que participan ac-
alto cargo sera perjudicial pa- tlvamente, aunque detras de
ra el partido demcrata en la bastidores, en la campaa que
prxima lucha poltica. Por lo se hace en contra de aqul,
tanto, dicen, debe ser substl- l ex-Presldente ha enviado
tudo por un elemento que go-a esta ciudad varios Individuos
ce de mayores simpatas yque.ta su servicio, para que ayuden
no inspire tantas controversias, a buscar Informacin relativa
Pero nada se ganara si otilen a la actuacin de Acheson. es-
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
York, Junio 15 (USM) Un
nuevo ataque mundial al anal-
fabetismo ser propuesto por la
Organizacin de las Naciones
Unidas para la Educacin, la
Ciencia y la Cultura en su sex-
ta conferencia general que se
Inicia en Pars el da 18 de
Junto.
El plan, que ha sido aproba-
do por la Junta Ejecutiva de la
UNESCO, dispone el estableci-
miento de centros regionales de
educacin fundamental en el
Lejano Oriente, India, el Centro
Oriente, Amrica Latina y Afri-
ca Ecuatorial.
Estos centros, que serian esta-
blecidos por un perodo de do-
ce aos, se encargaran del a-
dlestramlento de grupos de
maestros y prepararan mate-
rial de enseanza.
El costo de este proyecto se
calcula en veinte millones de
uoiares, suma que provendra en
su mayor parte de fuentes ex-
tra presupuestarlas.
h.11 Centro Regional Latinoa-
mericano ha Iniciado ya opera-
ciones en Patacuaro. Mxico, y
bQ estudiantes procedentes de 10
pases estn estudiando all en
cooperacin con la Organlzaci,:/i
de los Estados Americanos y el
Gobierno de Mxico.
nue escribi la denuncia costra
las equivocaciones del Depar-
tamento de Estado en esa ma-
teria.
La Tos del Asma
y Ahefti Aliviadas
Bn poco t lampo 1 nutra preecrlpela
Manduca com fama a circular n I
angra aliviando loa aapaamoa 7 aho-
foa del Aama y Bronquina. En poco
llampo ea poalbla dormir blan respi-
rando libra y fcilmente. Maniaca
daba aliviarlo, an cuando au mal ara
antiguo porque dlaualra y ramuava
laa flemaa y raocoa ma envenenaba,
air orcanlamo, minaban au enerffe*
arruinaban au aalud y lo hacan varaa
y aentlree prematuramente Majo.
Mandico tiene tanto sjto que da .
loa paclentre reeplraclon libre y fcil
en 24 horaa. Pida Mandace en cual-
quier farmacia boy mame y vea la
fcUn que dormir aeta noche y cunto
mejor aa
aentlr
maana,
a .esaM.Veaeaefeta-naer* da
con.
DESTRUYE LA CASPA -;
- HACE CRECER EL CABELLO
N
os enorgullecemos de haber sido
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M*"* VlUlire efetleV IlUV
Mendaco
LUX y CECILIA
Una produccin ROBERT ROSSEN UNA PELCULA COLUMBIA
mmm* h
peclalmente en todo lo relacio-
nado con la poltica del Go-
hacla
le reemplaza est tan intima-
mente vinculado a Acheson co-
mo lo est Harrlman, pues se bierno norteamericano
hara desaparecer la persona, I China,
pero no el mal. Tambin coopera en esa ta-
La situacin del partido de- rea Freda Utley, ex-comunlsta
HONO KONG, J^nto, 15
Despachos de China Indican
filie los problemas del .Qobl&viu
rie Pekn, copio consecuencia Je
la Intervencin en la guerra ce
torea,
(iones i
(U
pu
estit teniendo buenos resultados.
Sin- embargo, la nica co^a
obtenida hasta ahora han ido
piomesas de aumento en la pro
cf.ccln, a juzgar por las noti-
cias de la. agencia oficial. Al
misino tleaBpo, todas lasgtf^'l-'
casle alffBhSfy. pawr^n AtaWBi
majia por la grave escasez rie
algodn en bruto como conse-
cuencia del embargo de las da-
ciones Unidas y la situacin
PIOJINA
t taeau y ear, v.llaaai de leaetre eaerpo.
Jada ea daa, kar atte* eVeeeaSla. Calan
rae*ieaci levea y picaioaea ea teda el enea.
K^e^fcJtt^SL6
"Ndtiy Nt.U dice.
tmWn 'verHpUwy. \m dlfic
respecto,.,la .haiUiX
T'ntQ VA'n'rm^'cmo, el a-
dn son productos hasjeos para
.1 consumo de China y la con-
tinuada escasez podra provocar
verdaderas repercusiones polti-
cas entre loa trabajadores ur-
banos.
Los camtminos tambin ex-
perimenflaM dmctjrtadrt por una
serie de reveses naturales, tn-
lts cojy|o la, plaga .(te rangosas
tiOe"ya' "han, tdd'a 'Irn e
India y ahora tambin est des-
truyendo algunas de las ms ri-
ca, zonas de eultlvo Me.Ch^ia,
i* como las lluvias persistentes
en el sur de China y la equia
ti el norte que infligieron nue-
vo! daos.
Los. rpjos continan dando
por radi noticias'optimistas del
frente, alegando, que estn Jku-
sando grandes-bajas a las Ka-
ciqnes Unidas, pero dicen qi:e
se necesita ms material pua
atrojar fuera ms prento a les
invasores".
Un REGALO V^IL
*;.a,. i ,f>~
que proporcionar alegra!

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Terrible sequa azota las Provincias Centrales
Un servicio del Instituto de Nu tricion de C. America Panam
i Caloras: Metabolismo
Metabolismo es un trmino u-|,ona midiendo -.el al or total
ado para designar los camWss
Jquirrtleos ^organismo por medio de ia at-
Jcln de siv clulas. Entre .as
actividades que incluye el meia-
eoli-smo estn los cambios qjf
fcufren los alimentos despus dt
er absorbidos en e) tubo dlgu-
Jtivo.
I Como ya explicamos el cuer-
po gasta energas due obUtUC
Se sus ainrieritos para manten ?r
su temperatura, para el trabajo
meenlco y pira las actividad"-.*
JtMftemal 66 sus rganos.
-Cuando el organismo est en
icSmpleto reposo y sin la !fi-
fHiencla estimulante de los an-
uientes, la prOflucciri de esa e-
wrgia es reducida a lo miiu.iio
W^mb se fiama metatolls .10
.Hay diferentes aparatos y di-
ferentes mtodos para miii -*1
tfietaboLsitlo bisar de Ufia i/^
liesprendldo pof el sujeto o m
tliendo la cantidad a Ortrgmo
consumida, El metabolismo &?.-
&al no es igual para todfls .os
individuos noTirtales y estfw vh-J
f(aciones HorTrtaicis son deludas
ti tamao y a la complexion del
cuerpo, la edad, el sexo y la
actividad de las glndula* .In-
ternas-
Por trmino medio el meta-
bolismo bas*l de tft hombro y
Ue una mujer es de 1.700 y MCO
caloras respectivamente en e
dad adulta. Ms elevada duran-
te 1 periodo de crecimiento y
an ms elevada durante los
dos primeros os de vida.
Tablas completas de graces
i romedio de metabolismo para
hombres f mujeres de diferen-
tes edades, de diferente pesu y
aitUra se han publicado para u-
>i del mdico.
CRUCIGRAMA -
Pide cooperacin de funcionarios
pblicos en la buena marcha del
Municipio el Congreso de Alcaldes
LA CHORRERA Junio 18 tCJ-
rfsponaab Anunciamos a
usted acaba de instalar prov...-
cia Panam, en eate distrito
congreso de alcaldes convocat<>
por diligente y dinmico e-
bernador esta provincia, iun
Homero Velsqoez, fin exponer
y discutir necesidades social y
aministrativaa de cada distrito.
Esperamos en que los preca-
ria de hoy confrontan las cr>*
munldads que reoresentair.r.f
fu este auceso histrico, tengan
la ms acertada solucin pr
parte de los funcionarios corres-
.-.-'-. ,, (0 cua[ cOlitCi-
mos en la decidida coowrawwo
: publicidad qiis
usted regenta.
Jos R. CMlfftfM. Alcalde Ta-
bora, Catalina BarsBir. Alcal-
de Balha. J. E. Gmez $., Al-
calde Chiman. Jas de la Cruz
Delgado Alcalde Cheno. Jos O.
Anua, Alcalde Afraljn. Alber-
to, navarra, Alcalde Panam,
1'fWtfenck) Aya|r Alfaida Oho-
rtfa,. Nicanor. 9dbia, AV-aWe
Capira, Tomastta de Ortega Al-
calde dame, Pablo Nafrro
Alcalde San Carlos.

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HORIZONTALES:
1.
Tin cuerpo a partes
menudas.
tOxido de calcio.
Metal precioso.
llClase de perro.
IAlga filamentosa.
ttPeces.
11 -Extremidades digitales.
Amarrar.
a.
e mvil de un Olor.
liiculos antiguo. ."
aldo espeso.
Bogar.
reposicin,
uEspacio de tiempo.
^Palitos torneados.
Igualdad de nivel.
Dios egipcio, Inv.
Jue cojean.
-Natural de Mauritania.
-Dainos, perjudicial*.
-Costados.
-Semilla aromtica.
-Letra castellana.
|Del verbo coser.
Conjunto de ramas.
-Constelacin.
-Drama musical.
-Adverbio de lugar
-Caso de pronombre.
-Ciudad antigua de renlcla.
-Existen.
pequeos,
iLSencir
11Articulo, Pl.
18Caldo espeso.
ir,Fluido imponderable.
20Ramilletes.
21Nombre de varn.
22Cerro, en medio de un vall.
23Recelos
24Planta de flores rojas
25Desabrido. I
27-Encarnados.
30Relativo a los bueyes, ?!. '!
31Discos planos.
33Cinematgrafo
34rbol pequeo.
36Habitaciones.
37Lago de Europa.
39De alto precio.
4CPlanta hortense
41Se atreva.
42Tejido de malla. * j
43Repeticin de sonldS
44Apcope de santo
47Letra griega
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RAUL MARTE
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TPICA!
El Club de Padres
de Familia de Ro
de Jess sesion
RIO DE JESS. Junio 18 (Co-
rresponsal) Con numerosa
concurrencia se verific anoche
ia sesin de instalacin del Club
de adres de ramilla de esta
localidad en todo momento r_*i-
n un ambiente de cordialidad
y camaradera entre padre* y
maestros y los ms nobles pii>-
psitos por desarrollar una l-
i/or en pro del adelanto de la
emunidad.
Btre ios principales punios
acordados merecieron mayor in-
ters el tema desarrollado pr
U maestra Celmira Cuz soUre
Im importancia del Club d* Ve-
cinos y la narracin sobre ati-
stntismo escolar y ana 0011^-
ouenoias por el maestro Vlrg.lio
Estrada. Animado el club ix-i
llenar su cometido a cabaiiilad
ae propuso solicitar al superin-
tendente de caminos en Vera-
guas su colaboracin en el a-
1 reglo de las calles, habindose
designado una comisin para
tener unn. entrevista con este
alto funcionarlo.
Formacin- de una junta cvica
na'ra 'dirigir los trabaja. Para
IntensIlWar la labor ocaUva.
se solicitar a la Embajada A-
mericana pelculas educativas
t(-.:e se exhibirn en las reunio-
nes despus de considerados .os
problemas sociales y educativos
Digno de aplauso ha sido el
gesto de cooperacin y despre.i-
pelculas, es de esperarse que
tn el presente ao el Club de
Padres de Familia de Ro de
Jess, sabr responder con lodo
En Chlriqu comentan
las declaraciones del
Ministro Ordez
f)AVID. Junio 18 (Correspon-
1 Las declaraciones for-
muladas por e! doctor Mijel
/.ngel OTdfle-j! al referirse r.
aa* "pt-fos emitlflfM por el diario
La. Razn de esta dudar..
feiui (..u.uoado los naturales cj-
mcntrfMA en los circuios pon-
ticos locales. /
Contrasta la manifiesta rao-
entusiasmo y efectividad a la
meritorio labor que Je corres-
ponde en bien de la educacin
nacional.
lsala del distinguido 'intelectual
con las absurdas pretensiones
de otros panameo por s*alr
el solio presidencial, sin poseer
condiciones requeridas para tan
delicados menesteres.
El doctor Ordftez es conside-
rado como uno de ios ceWbio
mejor organizados, dentro de
a juventud estudiosa de nuc-
ir patria y no obstante consi-
der* me no tiene todava U
madurez requerida para tan *
levado destino.
Ello debiera servir de ejem-
plo en esta hora que se comniv
ta a perder el sentido de las
proporciones en materia presi-
dencial, mientras nuestros ver-
daderos valores Jvenes y ma-
duros permanecen alelados ce
toda posibilidad en momentos
que ms necesita Ia Repblica
de sus luces y talentos.
Alta Presin Sanguneo
resplrar. indlu?tln, palpilucionei y
tobillos lnilartiado*. va. fmtd lograr
alivio casi Instantneo fe estos sn-
tomas pcllirroso con HYNOX. Pida
HYNOX en su farmacia favorita hoy
mismo r se sentir aos m* Jov*
antro da pocos dlaa.
r/*r#i/
N.CANT,
GRANDIOSO DOBLE
PROGRAMA en ESPAOL I
EL MAMBO!
La msica de moda en dos
pelculas llenas de Bailes,
Canciones y Chistes 1

PEREZ PRADO y su ORQ.
LAS MELLIZAS DOLLY
ROBERTO ROMANA

MARTA ROTH, en
- Adems:
'.don ChtpnWtp**.
Aire-Acondicionado
. HOY ?
DOMINGO V UNES!
Las plantaciones de arroz y
maz se estn secando bajo el
azote del implacable calor
AGUADULCE, junio 16. (Corresponsal)
Un terrible sequa est azotando, no solo a esta
ciudad sino a todas las provincias centrales. Da
grima ver c^io s secan los sembrado bajo el te-
rrible azote del sol.
Las plantaciones de arroz y de maz, estn su-
friendo notablemente y muchos campesinos- se la-
mentan de que todo el esfuerzo realizado para laa
siembras se haya perdido ya.
Con respecto a los arrozales que han sido sem-
brados con,ayudji, de Ja mquina, se cree que s
perdern en gran parte, sobre todo en aquellos
sectores donde no hay regado artificial.
Algunos se preguntan si servir esta dolorosa
experiencia, que ha de afectar notablemente a nues-
tra economa, para que se piense en estimular el
uso de mtodos cientficos para labrar la tierra.
H*

TEATRO CECIUA-HOY-2 ESTRENOS!
NOVEDOSA COMEDIA
DE AVENTURAS EN
TECNICOLOR!
/
m
0
OAMA!
f"
------ADEMAS------
.Un Melodrama Formidable! Dedicado al Cuerpo di
Polica de Panam!
in querii ion
DENUNCIARA
JUSTICIA
IMPULSABA
HELENA
CARTC________
"MaQDr
( mi tiut *a-*i

jmiunmamwmmnm
UN PituHm SIEMPRE DOS ESTREN08 AL PRECIO DE UWOl. .
CINE FAVORITO QUE OFRECE A UD. MAS POR
DINERO QUE CUALQUIER OTRO!...
PRXIMA SEMANA!
KISMET' (en colons) qon Ronald Colman y Marlene Bietrich
Ademas: "LA MUERTE DE VIAJE" coi Marjwrle MIn
-TEATRO EDISON-
PUESENTA HOY *-
LAS MULATAS DE FUEGO'
SE PRESENTAN EN FUl^ClON ESPECIAL DE
MEDIANOCHE con GRANDES PREMIOS PARA
EL PUBLICO MORA 11:00 P.M.
Arftmai Mari* AntanieU Tmn,
"LA MUJER DEL fURTO"
PAECIO:.................................. B/ 0.35
Asimos
PRESEN""
: ' J
?uu yjSTW
Un Peloul B!WWRednN3flR*r
'BWfifiUmfM
[JKTA
TiTkO LUX
LA MAS OHA!IM PRODUCCIN
DEL CMC ElIHdPEOl
i; iN(i
CERVI
LUISA
FER1DA
FL19A
CEOANI
n -
"LA CORONA DE
HIERRO"
CENTRAL
JOHN ARFIELD y
PATRICIA NEAL,
Ofreclnao nuv
mmbMa * encita-
cien la luana
n '
"SU
ULTIMO
RECURSO"
TA.T*Q CfCytA
1 l-eUCULAS AL PRECIQ Dt,UNAI-2_
La hilaridad llevada a la pantalla!
Donald O'Connor Haltna Carter, rn
"PITOS, FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
Ademat: Jacte Warner Dirk Rogarde, tn
lacK Warner Dirk 8c
TEATRO TROPICAL
Una pelcula de gran InterV
v nuda accin!...
Mickey
ROONEY
> Pat-
O'BRIEN
"FAMA SIN GLORIA",
VARIEDADES
TEATRO tNCANTO "
Air Aeaadlrionado
"M AMBO I MAMBO I MAMBO 1
Perd Prado y su Orquaata
Las Mellizae Dolly
Roberto Banana, en
SERENATA en ACAPVLCO
Ademad:
Amalla AauUar nmwlt^f
fALEOl
TBATRO T/VOL/__
*"" DOBLI C'CBPABOL
Pedro Infante, en
-EL GAVILN POLLERO"
Antonio Bad en
CORAZN DE FIERA"_
Una pelleula-
cruda v audaz I
Rortta
4UIN1AMA

Femaade.
OLER
Victor M.
MtNDOZA
- tn
"SUSANA"
Prohibida para MenereadeJ^afldfj.
_____TEATRO IRIS___
Enrique Muio, en
"DE HOMBRE a HOMBRE"
Pedro Armendrtz, en
HISPANO
""dOBLB BN CSP ABOLI
Daniel Santo*, en
"EL ANOEL CADO"
Cvtu Mufloz. eo
08 de la CALLE"
Teatro capitolio^
MONUMENTAL DOBLKI
John Carroll Adela Mara
Fernando Lamas, en
"LOS VENGADORES"
. Adema* -
Louis Hay ward Jan* Wyatt
- en -
MAN"
TEATRO VICTORIA^
"MARTE INVADE"EA
TIERRA"
Episodios 10 y 11
"DEMONIOS DEL AIRE"
EL CHICO DE EL PASO"
TEATRO ED/SGN_
alarla Swanwm William
Molden, en
"EL OCASO de una VIDA"
Adema*:
"CERCi
John Payne, en
^ISTERMOSA^
"Efc"BET DE tm~~
HOMJUUtS COHETES"
EpUodio I y 4
Ademl
PAC ICO
'Naevaa Avraturai
de Jeaae Irnmrt"
Eplaodloa S y
- Ademas: -
DOS
UCULAS!
iDIAL
Michael O'Shea. en
"La Era t Terrae"
Adorna.
La Pandilla, en
"AFOBTIMADOS
DEL^AtAR'____
JXN
APOLO
"CAJA DE
VECINDAD'
- y -
/EL DEMONIO ES
t'N NGEL-


ABADO, JUNIO 16. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Informes para etf aeccia te reciben ea la
Social
den
MMMt-na
de EL PANAMA-AMER1CA
BOBAS. t:H M:M A.
m
-
BiMMM en Kl PmMrt
E*( noehe tendr Jugar en
el Hotel i Panam, el Ban-
quete oci Club Rotarlo, duran-
' ".........-~

) V "Los t raaos cedes
y I cads m repeoe
con el tratamiento de)
jabn y ubmvsnto
Neo Nt(*?o
te, ei cual tomar posesin el
RUMO Pre.kUnta seor Outller-
roo Andreve R. y los miembros
da la Junta Directiva para el
fio 1*1.
Cernida
El Dr. Gabriel Quitado y se'
ora Norma ti. de Quizado ofre-
cieron anoejfie una comida en
bu residencia, para agasajar a
la seorita Mary Velasquez y
al Ing. Edgardo Caries, quienes
contraern matrimonio prxi-
mamente.
Desfile da Mdaa II
El Pasun
Maana domingo de t p.m.
a 7 pm. tendr lugar en ti
Vatio, en el Hotel El Panam.
Un Desfile de Moda, en el cual
Agradecimiento
Fausto Salazar, Ricardo Slzif y Sra..
Paulino Silizir 0., Hambarto Fimbo
y Orrtda Salazar c Faaarto
agradecen profundamente a sus parientes y amigos
tanto de esta Capital como del Interior de la
Repblica, las manifestaciones de condolencia
recibidas con motivo de su reciente duelo.
Panam, Junio 16 de 1951.
tomar parte a Sita. Jeannlm
Holland, Prineesa del lgodoi
de los SE. W. Dicho desfile he
sido organizado por el Club de
Leones, a beneficio de la Cruz
Roja Nacional. Los tiquetes po-
drn conseguirse en el hotei
y cuestan solamente B.l.oo. Con
motivo de este acto, el buffet
4ue sirve el hotel todos los do-
mingos desde las 6 p.m. maana
ser servido desde las 7 p.m.
Pasee a Santa Clara
Para agasajar a un grupo de
Sus affllfOS, el Dr. Manuel Ciar-
vide ofrece hoy un paseo en su
residencia veraniega en Santa
Clara.
Buffet Daniante
El lendr Valentn atndola
y seora Telva O. de Stanztola
ofrecen hoy un buffet danzante
en el Club de Golf, para aga-
sajar so hija, seorita Orls
Graciela Stanzloia, con motivo
de cumplir en esta fecha sus
quince anos.
Recibo
Con motivo de su cumplea-
os, la seorita Marisol Acoca
tendr el placer de recibir a sus
amistades que deseen saludarla
en su residencia de las 4 de
la urde en adelante.

bjbjjbjj
SOFAS
HAY *1 CIASIS M*%9*k* CAattMtfU'f
CONH'CAD* Nfil DBU l*\<* 14 fHO'HT*. -
JAH, QUE BUENO
y qv bueno
para Ud. tambfo!
. OtlWi y ortlf kt^
HOJUELAS DE AVENA OTMOTOI
En iodo el mundo lot nlBoj prefieren lis
Hojuela* de A ven* 3-Minutoa. Y aom-
broio lo mucho que a ellot les gust* tu
sabor. Srvalas j veri.
Luego srvese "' "ilW-.. pio
de tan alimenticio cereaiSVuebe lo
bueno que aon asta* auculeoB^hojuclaa
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico aabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva uned maana t toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas d* Avena 3-Minuto a
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
rfl
*4TriAKtS
Para Mb Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente a a
Madre Mane camnle drene
Queiquejeu), quien despus de
haber pasado una temporada en
Panam visitando a sus fami-
liares, regresa hoy a Nueva
York.
De les BE. II,"
Regresan esta noche de Mia-
mi en donde pasaron varios das
las seoras Gladys J. de Btrunz.
Alda J. de Qaijano, Maria Es-
ter A. de;*aJtarino y Lola El-
vira de la ari* Porras. Las
saludamos.
RUSTAS DE LA RED PANAMERICANA
PACUNA CINCO
MAYRA ( HARDIET, actriz genrica, ane es cuchada diarla-
mente a travs de los 1090 riles, de la Red Panamericana, ea
Su Novela Favorita y Pginas de Amor.
Cumpleaos d.' Hoy
Sra. Ester T. de Eskildsen.
Sra. Angela R. de Gonzlez
Revilla.
Sra. Marta P. de Lavergne.
Sra. Chela Ch. de Alfaro.
Sra. Juanita de Rodriguez.
Srta. Oria Graciela atanziola
Garcia.
Bita. Marisol Acoca.
Dr. Alberto E. Senz.
Nia Graciela de la Guardia
Ora jales.
Nia Virginia Teresa McNulty.
Presentamoa un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a id seora
Llda I. de Arsemena y la se-
orita Nita Icm Jimnez, qule-
ne negaron hoy de Nueva York.
Regresaron hoy de los Esta-
dos Unaos, con el fin de pa>
sr la temporada de vacacio-
nes visitando a sus familiares
la seorita Ana cecina Jimnez
Ouelqueju y l joven Dieo
Jimne* Queiquejeu. Los salu-
damos.
de
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Budoxia A. de Knapp
Sra. ciarita 3. de Wright.
Sra. irania B. de Arlas.
Srta. Marcela Eetrlpeaut
la Guardia,
flr. Ismael Botado.
Nacimiento
Con toda felicidad did a luz
un precioso nio la joven Bra.
Elvla Aviles de Lee en el Hos-
pital Santo Toms ayer. Peli- ,
citamos al feliz matrimonio.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaoiones pa-
ra Jj seor fia* llenrquez > ^.W
seam Nidia Q. de Henriquo, **fr'f!n
quienes cumplen hoy ao Be t* *,v,r
casados.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al seor Juan F.
de la ialesla y seora Marina A.
de de la Iglesia, por el feliz
arribo de una nlita, ocurrido
el jueves en la Clnica Idn rer-
nsndo. ^
Enferme
Completo restablecimiento !e
deseamos al seor Fabio Arose-
mena, quien se encuentra re-
cluido en la Clnica San Fer-
nando.
Viajera
Muchos xitos en- su viaje
de estudio deseamos a la Pro-
fesora Diana Julia chlarl de
Gruber, quien parti por la via
area para los Estados Unidos
de Norteamrica, enviada por el
Servicio Cooperativo Educacio-
nal Intramericano.
Despedida de Soltera
J*"Jif. taw .on i
Las se/orlta* Marx Tovar y
Davis, ofrecieron ay?r
Dollar Shower de des-
pedida de soltera en honor de
la seorita Vilma Qutjano, quien
contraer prximamente matri-
monio con el caballero David
Ryan.
Para Nueva York
En el curso de esta semana
sigue rumbo a Nueva York la
distinguida seora doa Esther
Q. vda. de VUlarreal, quien si-
{ue a sa a visitar a su hija
Irs. Clarence R. Fitasimons. re-
sidente en New Jersey. Un feliz
viaje v grata estada son nues-
tros deseos.
Despedid* do Soltera
Hoy tendr lugar en la resi-
dencia de la seorita Melva
Rova Bolvar #n Via Porras No.
121 en San Francisco ue la Ca-
leta un Miscellaneous Shower
que ofrecen las' seoritas Vil-
ma Gyselle Martnez Blanco y
Xenia Esther Stevenson pars
despedir de su vida de soltera
a la Srta. Yolanda Isabel Hol-
gun, quien prximamente con-
trae matrimonio. Asistir un
grupo de sus amistades.
Viajeros
Hacia Mexico, a
disfrutar de
I^ttouf''
MUNDO ENTERO
Fiesta Hpica desde el Hipdromo Juan Franco
El PRIMERO en exponer a usted lo que est sucediendo.
Brindar novedad de trqnsicin.
Ofrecer los resultados correctos,
o dejarse impresionar.
*0MBtf*a4MttBJM
Con su narrador deportivo,
EDUARDO MOLINO
Locutor comercial: Roy Naylor
HOY
Tandas:
1:10 3:00
5:M 7:00
9:05
ler. PREMIO
en el Festival
de Venecia,
1950!
LUX
Aire-
Acondicio-
nado.
LA MEJOR
PELCULA
QUE SE HA
HECHO EN
EUROPA!.-
Una extraa leyenda medieval, base del drama ms Suntuoso
y espectacular, mis apasionado y sangriento,
ms hechizante e imaginativo/
LA CORONA DE
HIERRO
Escchelo hoy sbado 16 de Junio desde las 12:50 P.M.
'
en la
Red Panamericana
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
con 15,000 Actores
Encabezados por:
GINO CERVI MASSIMO GIROTTI LUISA FRIDA
ELISA CEGANI
Hecha por el realizador de "FABIOLA", Alesaandro BUsettl
MARAA! MATINEE A LAS 10:00 A.M
Continan las Gloriosas Aventuras del
"CAPITN AMERICA" 6-7
Adems: Rey Rogers y su caballo Trigger, en
"EL TESORO DEL GRAN CAN"
(En Colores)
TRAIGA 8U8 NIOS! PRECIO: M
El problema del papel peridico !~
en el Temario de la UNESCO
PRESIDEN" i E
NACIONES UNIDAS. Nueva
York. Janlo l. 1UBT8) El
problema mundial del abaste-
cimiento de papel peridico ha
sido arreglado al temarlo de la
Conferencia General de la Or-
ganizacin de las Naciones U-
nidas para la Educacin, la
Ciencia y la Cultura.
El asunto fue puesto en el
temarlo por la Junta Ejecuti-
va de la UNSacO a solicitud
de dos naciones, Blgica y fran-
ela, las cuales pidieron la "con-
sideracin de los problemas re-
lacionados con el abastecimien-
to de papel peridico desde el
punto de vista de las necesida-
des de la libertad de informa-
merecidas vacaciones se dirige
Su Xxcelencla el 8r. Embaja-
dor de Argentina coronel Julio A. Lopez Muniz acompa-
ado de sus hijos Ral Ivn y
Jose Maria Lpez Mufilz.
El distinguido diplomtico y
sus hijos, permanecern una
corta temporada en este heno
pas.
clon, ^educacin, ciencia y cul-
tura". La conferencia se Ini-
cia en Pars el da 18.
LEVANTADAS
NOCTURNAS
re US. M iavanuaa* no. -
dolor 4 paleta, dolor d
picrnse, pirlt. * vigor, narviaai-
Sad o (labilidad, dab ayudar Irnn-
iatmenu a. la Glndula PrAatlta.
ion ROON*. Kat maravillo*
1 hace Sdnllr
/SorMr t
tin. cerner* Bw*4 m au botio.
martlrlna.
mis n
hac aentlr rrti Jdvan,
mtI* y Jeravrdea mtefrur-
RoilX gnift**
cabillo t ccloi
acontado'
No ae preocupe. .
Comience a teir
u cabello!
' *1 fjtf 1W ne" a.JUJ*
ir oabelia alance' auo- in-
mar caballo Mano* que in
tfiaoeetsanorttd asoma WPaa
cabeza, ti ROUX OIL
SHAMPOO I* devolver a
su caballo al color perdido
con un tratamiento muy
fcil de aeguir. Ya vri
omo su cabello recupera al
color primitivo, ms una
belleza y lustrosidad in-
comparable au preo-
cupacin ae convertir an
deleito a la primara apli-
cacin.
EL TINTE ROUX
OIL SHAMPOO
Limpia ... Colorea ,..
Ea perfecto!
Distribuidor en la Repblica
de Panam v Zona del Canal
JULIO VOS
Calle "A" No. 3
Tel 2-3971
Ud. puede mar Viz-Zan-DI
toa satisfaccin y confian*,
porque ouacaedeiprande.
Kate atractiva pintura ao te
parce ni endurece.
Adquiera hoy le de au macis
predilecto.
ma aifiiAa
II UN! UIIU M LA KVJEI I0NIU
HOY*1 Pelcula Por
w todos Elogiada!.
Clasificada como una de la
cinco mejores pelculas
del mundo...!
LA JUVENTUD
ABANDONADA...
Sin Conciencia ni
Remordimiento...
Sin Responsabilidad!
ESTELA INDA
MIGUEL INCLAN
ROBERTO COBO
ALFONSO MEJIA
en
Los Olvidado;
bY-TROPICAL
*
Tandas: 1:30 3:Z0 5;10 7=00 g=5 p.m.
MUERTE EN LA PISTA*
Mickey ROONEY Pot O'BR
en
u
...EL DRAMA DE UN JOVifc^INSIG
NIF1CANTE QUE CONQUISTO
PAMA... Y CASI LO PIERDE
FAMA SIN GLORIA
THF FIRFRAI.I \ *"
(THE FIREBALL)
_j . x.
con BEVERLY TYLER
Y PRESENTACIN EN LA PANTALLA:
GLENN CORBETT
.-' (EL REY DEL PATN)
Disfrute de momenfos
Inolvidables....

a
en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO
TODOS LOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
Informal Suave msica, mejor compaa...
Ambiente de total alearla
con dent conocida... y cocteles
como slo ti Kancha puede hacerlos!
Cocteles, Precio Especial. . 25t
Manhattan i Old Ftahlon
Martini Daiquiri Halado
ALMUERZOS ESPECIALES... .B.'. 1.00 y B 1.60
Regular a la carta y Men a precios popularas,
* Msica por LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA al rgano
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godal^ jcHJas. una rofol, ui
canlEccloro. Aserro Espinoso
ca
To
reas te'rogo 3-0119. Ave. Central Np. 217, Celidonia
** A i O.------TZ rVa". u I lu. refresquen ^Yietqrid Pase.*
ENfJlfH-SrWzdcdoro 'ectr.eol a> oMOlVV fl ''
------------1 "
SE VENDE;Camin Ch'vrolet e-
taco, modelo 1941 en muy bue-
no ondiclcns.., Veo seor Molt,
estacin Volde?". Ave. A No/ 117.
para ricttr1 Miela parn bloques de _
cor..retc. Avenida 4 de J.ili* No. SE VENDE:iaTet nuevo,"3
reci-
i51.
VND llantas usad.-. 900 x 20. "50
x 20, mangueros, ire, or;uo. Ge-
fnimo De Lo Ossa Intro.
SVENDc: t Cachorros finos, cinco
in>ans, Fqmilio Vilar. Colla 9a.
Parque Lefevre. Barrioda Ponam
Amrica.
, ,-----
SE VENDE: Rodiedor nuevo, pora
truck Chevro'f de des toneladas.
Pre:.o cmodo Llame telfono 3-
02,24.^ ____ -
DECORAUUD.'SUS DULCS? Figure,
f'er* Ir ademe da esticerjee aa-
wnmsiiflcat
daa al telefone 2-4276.
maros 2 sentidos, qaicge. Esquina
Cairelara Vista Hermosa. Patter-
scn. Av. A, No. 16, 3-1001.
SE VENDE:Motivo, viaje, Chevro
let Sedon 947. 4 puerlcs. buenos
condicionas, menos de '33.000 mi-
das. Liorna Copitn Douglas, Al-
brook 3213.
SE VENDEMotivo de vioje. Lincoln
Sedan 1950, cor, Hydrornatic. Bue-
no sondlcicnes mecnicos, B.2.-
SE VENDEPequeo a!moc,n,-Dfia-
. 1 a ^jr---. i: ic nas ionoitiwie,* mete'iivo*. ..*.-
A-.ul. Averndci fri.ticl 1( I )0a MjrcQ5 v,llor,eQ|( Co, H
SE- VEND:N^Oar- -e ptr*ne*ia-|
paro inlormes 'llame Porto'rf' 3
34. Tel. 2-1746."
_-x1t
0291
m.
lune:, despus do 1-1 :p0 a.
SE VENDE:Por motivo da vioje, un
comisorlatc* Para informes consl-
tese al.Tal. 2-3351., "
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblado,
fresco cen balcn, para hombre
sola. Calle Colombio No. 8, opar-
fttmanto 5. Telfono 3-03.38.
SE VENDE:Homacas ecuatorianas.
a pojo. Almacn Eugenio Chan,
calle 13 E.
SE VENDE:GANGA* Cantina-res-
taurante, hotel tn'Chor>ro,^pun-
to cntrico, .nomejsa .cjievtlov|
Motivo viaje. Informes: Sroi-Goldo* -SE ALQUILA:Cuorto amoblado en
oficina Pon American Airways. I faso de familia, para domo. Ocu-
SE^JDET-Chalet moder^Turb.- f _rr_Va. EiP',o. 36 APt0' G" .
niacin "El Carmen", Aven.da se ALQUILA:Cuarto grande, inde-
_ ._ J.-__. .._ ILl*i M,(iM.r
rage. Colle 46 No. 27.
apartamento' No. 8.
Infrmese
LSE ALQUILA:Aportamento confori
table. Colle 15 No. 32 entroda
de Sun Francisco de la Caleta.
SfTALQUILA:Aportamento peque-
o, sala, comedor, recmara, ser-
vidos, por B.38.00, con luz. So-
licite Ramn Cont. Pasadena. j
sFaLQUILAN:Apartamentos fres-I
eos, omoblodos, con ogua colente,!
felfono y balcn privodo y servi- 1
r:o completo da Hotel desde 6.75..
0. HOTEL ROOSEVELT:
SE ALQUILA: Aportamentp inde- i
pendiente, cerca Catedral, 2 reca-
maros, servicios independientes, B.
55.00. Avenida A No. 16, altos.
Primera No. 48. Informes di-
rectomento con el dueo. Comin-
jo de 8 o. m. o 6 p. m.
SE VENDE:Tuberia de arcilla vitri
fcda de 6" Tinas de cemento
para lovar. Cemento blanco. Yeso. SE .VENDE; Negeeia ale 'aaden.
.-VHIanuav. y Tejeira Co. Ltd. I
SE VENDE:tanque de metal pora
' jouo de 2.500.-galones, casi, nue-1
vos, $100.00. Maquina escribir per-1
tnble. Remington. $40.00. Calle,
Wonano Aroseme"no No. 71, altos,1
fomilio Cominjuez.
------1-----^*e--------------------------------T i
VENE:Bisagras de dcble oc-
pendinte; con balcn, a personas
efe buenas costumbres. Llamar 2-
3356.
SE ALQUILA. Cuotto gronde. ven-
y Aberreten en Ra Abaje, llama- tilacjo,. cntrico, cerca, Sonta Ano.
de "Panadera,La,Afgana", lile- ppta'-'iiareja sin nios, 14 Oes!
na clientela y aajulae) eaniloto. ^0 51 B.25.00. Avenido A No.,
Infrmase aa la mm Ponaderla o ]6
aa la-Avenida P*la Araaemaaa'
Na. U.
SF
SE DESEA
cion, carroduros, da % bronce paro Europea deseo
puertas de entrada y. puerto ir\-1 fcle o cajdr
-teWresv'tr. 2-0540. de cattellrjno.'
V,n..Me.. y TereWe Oe. Ltda. "
SE ALQUILA':Cuarto refrigerado en
calle H No. 18. Telfono 2-2948
o 2-2739: Fbrica d Hielo Estn-
. 1 r
peaut.
Si posicin como corra- SE ALQUILA:Cuarto ventrlodo con
B.vHobla ngls V alop e^ain muablas^ Entrado Indepan-
rn?^t.rro|; ( HcntV. 'CtlVe 4eC6e* VB^Ap'to.-^
^Ae3pn
11 .un ' ' :*'
|T VENDE-:- Cielo-raso de malUhOr
aislante y " prueba de come|*n
llamotfo "SONNACONA" puede
conseguir a precio ms bajo que la
madera dnete
VlfloMiuava y Tajeera Ca. Ua>.
Lo ficino del Gerente General, de la
Civiiiv da Com.ioriafo's en Mount
Mppe^.Zppq del Conol. /ecibir
propueas- Aa'-io las 3,00 de la
mlr^e del viernes. 6 de-julio de
1951,'cuprido s* abrirn en p-
fc';co, poro el'suminjstrp de'.t50.-
000. libros..o altefnetivo/nenr
25,000 libras de Azcar Fina
Sranulada. Los formularios para
los propuestos, con detalla eom-
' nietos. pooVon obtenerse en lo oti-
pna del Supply & Serv.ce Director.
flbo Height, o en la del Gv
ite General eaMount hRSpe, Zona
I Cono I.
-PERM0&'
PERDIDO:Petra do eoeera blan-
co- con manchal negra y choce
late,' en' la earterere' a Taamon.
Avile .I telefono |-*120, tat-
u

I
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
moderno, de una, recmara, sin
amoblar. Garage. Vio Belsono Po-
rras 168. ..
SE ALQUILA. Apartamentos m*'
darnos de dos recmoresi dla-co-
mador. cocino amplio, balcn pri-
vado v ozoteo poro tender. Precio
mdico. Ocurro C. Daz, calle 25
Este y Ave. Cubo No. 15. Apto.
13. horas de oficina.
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
LECCIONES ene,rro
|>.\A:;it /e n'rit IW*-.*a*** surtid*
LECCIWIE, fle*s Se pfcrfe. ^f*'' re todas ciases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Arenida Central 279
Tel 3-0140
do moderno, se ensea a alumnos
novatos y avanzado. Studio Ben-
nett. Tel. 2-1282.
RINDE MAS...
ES EL MEJOR!
Es casi imposible
'sgulr con las' gestiones.
,Un spjtavoi ay-lthifcd decla-
ro que no esperabantps que la
, aceptacin de esas exigencia!.
. fuese condicin pijevla a la con-
tinuacin de las negociaciones.
Es .evidente que los iranios de-
sean dinero, pero tambin es
obvio que1 1 clculo de Ingre-
sos ctlarlc es' un procedimien-
to muy complicado, puesto que
dichos ingresos proceden d una
enorme variedad de contratos
en todas partes del mundo."

Estados Unidos
mente interesado en los arreglos
>| deensivos "/uwio-Araoes porous
probablemente tendera a rii-
Utar el ingreso -de los. trabes en
el Pao to. der Atlantic) por la
pjerta trasera.
Turqua, como miembro M
Pacto, procaoiemente no pOiia
luchar para ayudar a ios araoes
un hacer intervenir a ios deu.as
signatarios uel Pacto. Los Esta-
dus rabes son Egipto, Saudi A-
rabia Jordn, ira*, hiria y L-
bjlno.
Irn, principal oto de agita-
cin actual en el Meoio Olien-
te no seria incluido en los ai re-
gios deensivos porque e Persa
y no rabe. '
CEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
Da) venta on
LA BYZKAYNA
Colombia pide
Elige directiva
el eaio de ajan el .personal, lie la embajada no continuara
"La c'ronlcaW, iaria matofraa. oeupindasa eelitorial-
mente del fallo de la Corte Internacional de Justicia, dice
que el nuevo fallo hace terminante reafirmacin de la sis-
is siempre mantenida por el Per, de ue el aullo dado
por Colombia constituye, una violacin a las disposiciones
de la convencin de I. Habana y por lo tanto debe ceaar.
Ms adelante dice aue la na condueente para legrar-
lo 1 conoce Colombia v. por, lo tanto, "debe salir, da la
porfa, sin. explicacin clara ni aceptable, en que se man-
tiene, y colaborando asi darla, al derecho de asilo, una
ms precisa orientacin Jurdica y. depararlo en *) 'con-
cepto que lo inspir en los tiempo* en que el terrorism*
y el crimen sectario fueron desconocidos".
"La Crnic'* tersnina diciendo en su editorial que, re-
suelta la oueotla n forma favorable para ei Pera, Co-
lombia es rebelde al fallo del ms alto tribunal de Jus-
ticia Interncfonal. f '
ti i^lj^^^^hk.^t^lmitmo^, sobra
el tema, pe** "en sa primera pgina ofrece informaciones
.de La Haya bajo titular de cinco colara**, asi: "Fl asi-
lo debe terminar, dictamin la Corta de Justicia".
Los chinos envan
de que los rojos lanzaron \r
segunda ofensiva hace, un mes.
Los bombarderos y aviones'eje
combate aliado*.'. qpe estaban
volando en medio 5e una, tor-
menta bombardearon y abalea-
ron los camiones comunistas,
pero la poca visibilidad no de-
j ver loa resultados.
Un portayor del Octava E-
jrcito dijo que los rojos chi-
nos estn ofreciendo resisten-
cia para gahar tiempo contra
las tropas aliadas que avanzan
hacia Kumson!
Se cree que las columnas de
me trio Barrera D.
Secretarlo de propaganda, se- las Naciones Unirlas que, jutah;
or Mario J. Mata U.
El Frisco derrot
al Dep. Emilianl
en el fut del I.N.
Por ISAZA BALDINO \
En los partidos celebrados
ayer en la Liga de Ftbol del
Instituto Nacional el equipo da
la Categora Mediana, Frisco
derrot por cinco goles a l al
Deportivo Emilianl.
En el otro choque celebrad*
zan por la cairelera Ifiurnhlva- en este circuito los oncenos De-
seora Raquel de. Kumsong se encuentran a me- porttvo A. Perelra y Dep. Obal-
Tesorera,
Ulloa.
Fiscal, seor
mes S.
Vocales, seores: Manuel
PiU t Ismael Sandlno.
Juan B. Ada-
E.
MISCELNEA
AVISO AL PUBLICOOue lo Rifo da
Billetes de" lo Extrqprdjfia/ia. que
'debjo-tugor *r-.7-de-J ha Sido pospuesta paro el 8 de Ju-
lp" 1.951. CImeco-Paflaaq..-rs-i >r^
.......
nos de nueve millas de Kura- dia empataron a cero goles.
son pero que el avance ha I Para hoy sbado se anuncia-
sido duro. I'tpn sets juegos, cuatro corrs-
Los aviones de transporte,' a-1 pgndjtntes a la menor y dos a
liados ayudaron a las tropas, la mediana.
de tierra en-una Mu-le dp-.ata.
Inmediatamente l directiva ques que tajitru^cjin
tom posesin de su cargo y < liaron cinco .* 11^-'=:x -; lL.1(_iSL 1_
comenzla elaborar. Se nombr|,ques, enemiL
una delegacin formada por los | gran nmero de comunistas,
seores pemetrio Barrera D., En el frente central occlden-
Juah B. Adames S, y Mario J. 1 tal, los aviones aliados tam-
Mata U-. para que asistan en | bien atacaron a los rojos. Du-
calidad de observadores a la rante estos ataques, bombar-1
dea ron a un, grupo de .200, sol- j
dados
un segundo.
lista de bateadores
en el base de Chorrera
prxima sesin del "Comit N-
' clonal de Rebaja' del Costo de
"' Vida"... ..,,. -n-
SE VENDE
Artculos de (^asa
flecrot.
SE NECESITA:^Perono rasponsabl. VENDE;_Estffl flOS Mog.c Chef
MA.rf r.iMnr Knhv v nnartomento. i -I ^^ * e-
e ALQUILAN:Exctut./emento pa-
to offeinoa loeo* cantrleoa r la>
airo da Avena)* Central 44 c
preexe rokMcc*. Soliciten mto.-
nocien en Aln*e*n* 5 10 cen-
tavos i
SE. ALQUIL*:
arriba "ael Teatro. Centro'
I SE ALQUILA:Loearmu:
i 400 meifos chdrodos.
pora .**ji**i
Poja
SE NECESITA:Cpcinero con bue-
nas Uferencios. Calle" 37 No. 22. SE VENDE:Dos vitrinas, juego de
SE NECESITA ^Cocinera que duer- '*'- l,ufo- * cam. cuna
mp *n el empleo y. lave. Altos del
Golf. Telfono ,3-0.717.
todo cos nuevo. Llame telfono 2 -
rase, nCai.e,; Vk,0*"no V'',i0
pard cuidar baby y'apartamento, j"
D Apto. 1. *
SE NECESITA:Empleoda seria po-
ra cocinar y lavar. Debe dormir en
el trabajo: Cot* '5, Paitilla No.;
117. '. ,
9f> fogones y horno, B.35.00. Co-
lle 4a. No: 13. ciudad. Tel. -2307.
SE VENDE:Radio Admiral, msa, y
4 lmparas colgar. Todo B.90.00
o; por sf parado. Ave.? 7a. 92, San
franci'-co1, Noei.
ra taller,'- dapsito o aroge. Paja
Pictures Service. inforniei'-llania al felfona,-l 147.
ce para "la venta I ..-------*r:,'a ", -------' '"'I''.'
SE' NECESITA: -Empleado sirio pa- T
ra el servicio.- Deke adormir en el
troboj. Urbanrsocrerf Campo Ale-
grr. Avenida Mpnual ^caro No. 1,8.
*
:SE VEND6,4.sidas. 1 mso^ I li-
corero, peinadora. I estante, 1
meslfa de noih, 1 mecedora.
Muy borato. Calle 15 de Febrero
N*. 3, cuarto 17.
t* CAAF .VAotion
KeTor^stor^ecTJlpi "d* ..m- :
Ampro, de' proyeccin ARC
16 mm, compuesto de limporas
KRC de alto intenidod.'2 provac-
re Ampro. 2 plataformas ojus-
Bbles. "swilrf utom4:4 d
lambos. 2 rrlcAfonos. 3 Hiatos de
Jentes'2". 2 l-2"y 3". npllf
licodor puede operarse en 25 o 60
ciclos. Propuestas cerradas se abn-
tn ol Luna Junio 25. 1951. 10
A M. en el Centrol Office. CAAF
MPS, Quarry -Heigbt. sditicio No.
I5W11' equipo, desifnodo para
d* pelcula 16mm po-
la lsMa7orndf' 'POCial pa-a
lctilnBJKs1!*oeaIeu. de logias e
talelrSjr El b*)0r poslcr si n* tier
Jiiifiln de entrada libre scbe
Impuestos, se le pad-r^ *r.trega
avidercia de pego de derechos o la
duea panomeo. La CAAF MPS.
je reserva el derecha de rechozor
*nei o todas las propuestos.
o moderno fr*nte Plaza Santa
Ana. Compaa F. ICAZA, Aveni-
da-B 79. ". '
4
i No Oye Bien!
,MII* do hnniur.t y uiujeree n
a podan (>lr b %n v q\.e etifti.An
aa eod debido a eatarro en al
Do. ahora an.an h.cur.do la r< -
wla *.uklaria de SPANTICX.
Jirhoa dt -en ^j" ab.-a pu*den or
Kite tai de un reloj a i./ia d,tai-..
11* eaoiro* Cn.ra SPANTFX oa
farma-la hoy rnlemo. Vea lo
> ua eeueaula a or hita.

AVISO
. ,
sj comercio y al pblico en
aeral. de conformidad con
'Art.culo 77? del Cdigo de
imercio. uue por Escritura
iblica lili de Junio 13. ex-
jndida en U Notara Prime-
del Circuito de Panam,
comprado al Sr. Len King
CS\oy. su establecimiento co-
mercial de Abarrotera y Re-
jMcqueria denominado ''Nue-
vt Pedro Obarrio" situado en
calle Pedro de Obarrio No.
f. La operacin se hizo libre.
toda deuda o s.pavaren.
mam. Junio 15 de 1981:
Toan Sin Law Nina
Cd. 47-M9TS
*-T
SE A'LQU I LA:Low*es-"oj diferentes
tomarios. lugar cntrico y-comr-
dol. 'odo Co Internacionol *8e
Vento. Colle 26 Et y Av, Cu-
bo. Ocurra mismo edificio Apto. 13.
C. Dioi, horas de oficina.
SE NECESITA:Joven, para, trobjjos
generle* en almqcsn muelle y
oficina de Co. SesfWf ra en Cai-
mito. Son ir^ion^aWa'hppradea-,
ambicin, de' de trabjejifr ypm-
gresar, buera carlgrolb. a'cj d
mecanegrafa y Swevwi racomenda*
cinos de parsana- da responsabi-
lidad. Conocimiento de ingls pre-
ferible pero no indispansobl. No
solicite i no reupe los requisitos
mencionados. Informe, con Loza-
,irv 3-1362.
SE NEC&SITAtBuena -coclnerd v
' una empleada para oficio ene-
rales de caso. Ocrrose a la casa
No. 26 de la Ave. Monuel' Yco-
:o eri .Campo Alegre,
SE ALQUILA
Casas
.*
i*-
SE VI
Bote* t Hotore
SE ALQUILActResidencio amoblada
con salo, comejdjpt, tres recmaras
tres servicios somranos, terraza
grande, dos porches y jardn. El
Trbol. Centrol 70. Tal. 2-3004.
SE NECESITA
General
SE VENDE:Estufo gas 4 quema-
doras con horno tamao de opar-
torpento buena condiciones, ne-
cesito limpiar. $38.00. Tambin
cordel pava pascar. Llame 81-
, 6257.
BALANZAS
"DETECTO"
CARltEttLAS
DE HIERRO
CORTADORAS
DE HIERBA
A PRECIOS-
SIN COMPETENCIA!
El jugador J. A. Urta le De-
Ricardo A.
S.A.
Mir,
Despus de escuchar atina-
das recomendoclones del pre-
sidente seor Snchez y sien-
do muy avanzada (a hora, se
clausur la sesin, sin antes
pedir y que sirva este medio
para ello, la puntual asistencia
de todos los federados a la pr-
xima sesin.
. mlUllll. li-----."-.,---------
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DI MMATt
Sil mii-rito 'Seeroiario rti Jnaaadn
Primero Municipal 0n tunoieneo de Al-
guacil Ejecutor, al pt)blkn,
HACK SABKa: .
'Oue en la ecrrlrtn rtt lanxamienlo cen
|'i .OftittoV pr*VVnir 1>nr" Tlominio M A
i 0.II-.O contra Oil vinal, te Ka '-
*i>(ln el^jlit^diia-, d.iulia),entrt..pa-
^Ta ue' cfiiretit laa, nirai Tihlle lena
lagar el i-emote* de los alrnientep. bleaea:
1.--Cortador de trox'ae de irui- ,
dora en nh motor de 10 H. T-,
cel.illni de /ueri B.171.0
1.'i'rompo con au D)QterJ de 1-z
ck.llc de ruerno,' t'l-at circular
cn benco de madere
1M.euin. de aMer Urteoe 10.00
1 Siriie crculor con motor da
-. r.ballo dr fuerte 10.0
1Sierre, cirtnilar aln fin f
. mrr|or.-do - aiuetlor dd"J'era 100.00
1(cpHl*deraor. eu niotar de*
eahelh de fuerza ISO.O
1Sierra Ir0iado% cen mi motor
de I cakalloa de fuera 100.00
y seis amgales, de WfA.I portlvo Unin encabeza la ofen-
undo^grwowde -W^ J , jb la liga de-Baseball ti*
con 4uu animales fcafta: f.a. chorrera con Drvjiedio de
er. gru
400 an
de las
Ca-Chorrera-con promedio de*
.487; ptoducto de 7 hits en l
turnos oficiales al plato.
Loe II mejores bateadores *
la Justa son:
dados
dos y un-tercer, grupo de m
soldados con 400 animales.
La orensiva de. las Naciones
Unidas se encuentra detenida
a todo lo largo de Corea. Por
primera vea en las ltimas se-
manas, l comunicado del Oc- j_ A Vw,
tavo Ejrcito Informo que no tarrasco


ha habido avance* solo patru- ui-esa. "al _\ 1_JJL-1. LiLSsJ
Parece
to se encaentra en ~w> r.~ Carrasco
va h
Calle 16 Ette No.. 4
Tela. 2-3335 y 2-2988
SE VENDE:Couch Simmons Studio.
Ultimo modelo, como doble Sim-
morts con spring y colchn, peina-
dora de caobo. 2 mesitas de no-
che, lmparo de pie y cenicero de
bronce,. radio RCA 2-34 de 7 tu-
bos, 3 persianas venecianas. Todo
completamente nuevo. Colle 50
No. 23, Apto. 7, esquino Vene-
zuela.
SE NECESTA:Cojera, bueno pre-
sencia. F resentarse cantina Chico'e,
edil* J, No. 15, 6 p. m. en ade-
lante.
SE NECESITA: t- Por* Americono.
Cuarto con servicia y entrodo n-
e|epandente. s|n[ mWb'es: Llamar
Corozol 4287.
SE VFND:Cobirja'crucera 36 pies
(Huchios flyerl, reforzado .'por
motores Kermath V-8.'SI.200 gas-
todo en motores,, tonejues de.gas.
soportes y accesorios^ .lecesit* tro-
hojo de carpintera yrmecinica.
Precio de fbrica $ltW0. Debe
venderse. Mjor precio SJWet 41.r
003. motofat y '.beVlkta** '
ijj qu eo. br pocje'var er! Va-
rie Ra.lv.oy. Bolboo Yocht Club.
AJaernothy. Tel. 83-6257,
SE NECESITA: Aajaorte
can buenas referencios v buenas
conexiones en el comercio. Buen
futuro poro el hombre apropiado.
Cosmeteria Cent/al 27-A.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conrormldad con el
Artculo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica nmero 1106
extendida en la Notara Pri-
mera del Circuito de Panama
V de fecha Junio 12 de 1851.
he comprado al seor Luis
Chung Gonzlez su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
"La Felicidad", situado en la
Calle "O" No. S de la ciudad
de Panam.
Panam. Junio 12 de 1951.
Julio Chu Delgado
Tenemos exacta-
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que Ud. necesita!
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de dicha suma. Tara bebllitarae cerno
postor a* requiere .conaigaas previamen-
te en U Secretarla, del Tribu! .al e*i
el avalrio'. Han* lai cuatro de la Urde
dl die del rertate ee Hmitirn lea poa-
turee y do ese bora n delante ee s-
cueharan loe rijas r repuja, adjudi-
cndole Ion Menea al mejor poator-
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la Repblica' del Paraguay.
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nos, ____
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Rafaela Rodrguez de Ram-
rez, escuela Corozales Afuera. -
Lilla Mara NfVeB Navarro,
escuela Punt%f*e,'Qhame.
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la Calobre.
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cuela Boca d Las Minas.
Melba Rosa Arosemena, es-
cuela Canaveral.
Eneida Qulros. |scuela Las
Minas. .
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Monte Grande.
Eva Ma. ARuilar, escuela So-
Crmen Sures, iicuela Sofre,
Aura Norma' Quijos,- escuela
Toabr. _
Marco Vlnlclo Tapia, escuela
El Estero. .
Olimpia Carranza, escuela Lo-
ma de aonzlea. -
Ins Elvira Aruz, escuela Po-
cr.
Lidia 8. de Alcedo, escuela
Pocr. *
Aaustlna E-Jiobl! Sr-**^*^
la Salltroza.-
Magdalena* Espinla, ewuela
Caballero.
Daro Caries, escuela Man-
ca de Antn.
Manuela Ducreux d* Moreno,
escuela Rio Hato.
Gladys Ord*w, eacuela Ce-
rro Ban Cristbal.. '
Lilla M. Oses; estuela. W\ Qot-
tezo. '
Berta H. e abriese, scuela
Guzmn. -i
Fernando O. Ouardla, escuela
Loma Bonita."
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loe poetroa i
Hados aatoei al olanse da
Mae ... la euoiton pota, asiedei
Mea y tea
aalaotai.
E* l*t rila * ca-
lor te atlfojs el
tumo da la fro-
tas lr**ca y iujo-
a.. Sirv* GE-
LATINAS ROYAL en w de,
licies* vatiadad: fresa, frambue-.
M, caten, nawni* y lia*.
\
Detpu de cada
comida abatvdsrv
le, i apetece ya
Besar* tteil d di-
jerir, como I
PUDN ROYAL, eremos*, Ui-
Kl, lcil de hcr en lu delicio.
o tabora: vainilla, chocolata,
cetamcle... ademai coco cea
naianj, vainille y chocolit, a
Wat* de tapioca.
Y... ra*!**,**
redma I poa-
tr* de poeH>,
I incompara-
ble FLAN ROYAL, nico por
t* aipcctol iOte y miel en unos
cuanto minuto!
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CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
Hasta las 10 a.m. d*l dia 30 de lo* corrientes se recibirn
en la Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin de Panama, pro-
puestas en.sobse errado para el suministro del uiente
material t>a,ulr> de las escuela*- del Distrito de Panama,
1O.-270 (lfosos aeteoU) equipos de mobiliario^par*> ler
1 nlVel^eeW equipo 'Conste de 1 tuna' mesa y 4 tcnjttroi
sillas; todd con armaron de hieiro, egun plaOgo d*
2o avSotde mil) bancas Individuales de tamaos mediano
y *Ta.nde con armasen d* hierro y sobres, asiento y es-
paldar de caoba, au. pliego de especificaciones.
Jo.200 (doscientos) tableros, segn modelo.
4o.aotvtdoscientosi eeitorlos. seeim modelo.
Los pirfjnps de especificaciones pueden obtenerse, en la
In*pe*CinT*av*icial td* Edueafl,
Panam, lo de Junio de'llsl.
R*b*rt* N** E.
Inspector Provincial de Educacin
Panam
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PANAMA AMEBICA DIARIO UrDBPKVDIBNTB
Chandler Renunciar Al Base
De Las Grandes Ligas Despus
Del Juego De Las Estrellas
KNOXVILLE, Jaaie lf (P) n Cesalaienade de aaufcal. A.
. Chandler, anunciar la MMina arxlana 1 ta a* aaaedana-
r al carca se m ePre taa el 11 d Jali, eelr, al ala l-
aleate de Jugarse el partido de la Eatrellai de imku lisas aa
Chandler di ja aue u decisln ia anunciar la facha 1 ama-
na entrante ae teme en ana cenvetaaeJA telefnica a. ae saeta yo
eea Warren Ollas. Preeidente de lea Raje.
El 20 De Junio Debutarn
Los Trotamundos De Harlem
Importantes Compromisos Cumplen Esta Noche
En Las 3 Justas Del Basketball Prvin
Equipos
Per ACHET
Para el da 30 del mea en
curso se ha anunciado el debut
en el Gimnasio Nacional de los!
mundialmente famosos "Trota-f
mundos de Harlem."
Basketball y Miembro del Co-
mit Olmpico, puedan dar por
un hecho la presentacin de
los "Ases del Basketball." Ca-
ble recibido por Prez en el da
de ayer ponen en el camino del
xito la visita de estos canas-
teros, fijndose el debut para
el da 30 de Junio en el Gim-
nasio Nacional; el segundo par-
tido ae celebrar el da 21, Ju-
gando tambin -loa "Harlem
Trotter" el dia en la Are-
na le Coln. Ocho de los prin-
cipales canasteros del famoso
conjunto enviaron- ayer Infor-
mes relacionados con su publi-
cidad, los cuales daremos a co-
nocer en esta misma plana.
Los Jugadores en referencia
sort Luis "Babe" Pressley, lr-
rr.er Robinson, William "Pop"
Gates. Fred Pearson, Roberto
Hall, Carien Helero, Ted Atrong
y Duke Cumberland. Los Tro-
tamundos de Harlem se enfren-
tarn posiblemente con un
fuerte Seleccionado y en el se-
gundo partido ofrecern una
exhibition. ..,..-.
Sigue Hoy El
Softball De
Los Bomberos
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Pts.
.133
.133
.715
MS
Joe Louis Luci Como En Sus
Tiempos y Venci a
Lee Savold Por. K.O. En El 6o
Mejores
NUEyA YORBL Junio 17 (UP)
Joe Lois se impuso por no-
caut en el sexto asalto a Lea
Savold en la pelea que celebra-
ron anoche en el Madison
Square Garden.
Una derecha a la boca y otra
a la cabesa de Savold y dos
raauierdas ms a la beca la hi-
cieron sangrar profusamente.
Kntonces Joe Lala arremeti
con innumerables golpes a1
cuerpo y le abati eon una po-
tente izquierda derribando a
Savold por enenta de dies a los peonato mundial.
des minutos, t serondos del
sexto asalto.
Joe Lois luci come en sos
mejores tiempos y lley el tren
de teda la pele Savold gall
un solo asalto y fu el quint'
cuando contest el ataque con
des golpes a la naris y das a la
cabeza y una derecha al ojo
izquierdo de Louis hacindolo
tambalear con una derecha re-
cia al cuerpo.
Jee Louis se enfrentar en
septiembre contra Eaaard Char-
les en busca otra ves del cm-
I
.175
JOS
.215
.ir
o p
Compaa No. 1 .... 5 1
Compaa No. 5 ... 5 1
Banda de Cornetas .. 5 Z
Ceaapaa No. I .. ... i %
Compaa No. 4 .... 4
Permanente......3 4
Cempair. No. S .. .. S (
Electricistas......2
Compaa No. ( .... % |
Comandancia ...... 1 5
La Liga de Softball del Cuer-
po de Bomberos continuar es-
ta tarde con dos partidos que
corrern a cargo de lo equipos:.
Compaa; o; l *gk Band ,
de Cornetas.
Electricistas vs. Compaa
No. 6.
Esta liga que terminar la
prxima semana, sin lugar a
dudas ha resultado muy inte-
resante desde el comlenro y se
espera que ahora en los ltimos
partidos la lucha se acreciente.
Maana continuar la pugna
con los siguientes partidos:
Compaa No. 4 va. Coman-
dancia.
Electricistas vs. Compaa
_____________No. 2.
Jugarn Mauricio vs. C. Vieja en Ira.,
Crdenas vs. Malta Vigor en las damas
y Orion-Fuerza y Luz en 2a. categora

. -
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Buenos partidos de ftbol ofrecern
maana los diferentes torneos locales
Buenos partidos de ftbol se i
presentarn maana en esta
ciudad en los diferentes, elrculr,
_ asi tenemos que la Li-
rovncal continuar con
Campeonatos en la slgulen-
forma:
i
la. Categora
Dittaai vs.- Hispano
t p.m.
Pacifico vs. Huracn
pica.
la. Divisin
Alemn va. Pacifico de Xa.
y
Ambato vs. Hispana Jr.
'- 1:15 a.m.
En el Estada Olmpico.
El Circuito Mayor de Ftbol
del Chorrillo ofrecer el partido
entre los oncenos Dep. Mendoza
va. Dep. Remn en el cuadro
de Barraaa,
Adema el Oratorio- Festivo
tendr atractivos Juego en la
quinta y sexta categoras.
, ...i.ti.i. , ,,.., *.,
[Gran entusiasmo por la apertura de la
temporada de baseball de Barraza
Por L. P. A.
Enorme entusiasmo reina en
loa fanticoj del baseball afi-
cionado d la capital por la a-
gertura de la Liga invernal de
aseball de Barraza, que se lle-
var a cabo maana domingo a
las 9:30 de la maana.
Se ha sealado el encuentro
de apertura entre las novenas
del Ljeportlvo Crespo y Guiller-
mo Miranda, luego de la cere-
monia protocolarla que incluye
en forma particular un progra-
ma que dar mayor oolorloo a
este acto, contndose para esto
con la participacin de la Ban-
da de Cornetas del Cuerpo de
Polica, cedida galantemente por
los jefes de esa institucin.
Numerados Invitados
Por disposicin acordada en
sesin efectuada por la Liga, se
han invitado* para el acto de
inauguracin un numeroso gru*
I po de personas entre las cuales
estn el Ing. Ricardo Bermdez.
I Ministro de Educacin; Ing.
Norberlo Navarro Ministro de
Obras Pblicas; Lie. Manuel
Roy, Jefe del Departamento de
Educacin Fisto loa Honora-
bles Cornejal del Municipio
Capitalino; don Alberto Valla-
Irino Jr., entusiasta cooperador
del deporte en general; don Ar-
turo mueca, presidente de la
IFENEBA y otro selecto grupo de
I deportistas y redactores y lo-
I cu tores deportivos que sera lar-
|go enumerar.
Programa General '
Loa miembros de la Directiva
[de esta Liga, acordaron con-,
Ifeccionar un programa general
Iqu abarcar todo lo reaclo
Inado con la apertura de este
torneo, constando el menciona-
do nrograma de los siguientes
puntos: lo.Recibimiento de los
invitados de" honor. 2o.Mar-
cha por la banda de cornetas
de la Polica Nacional. So.
Desfile de los equipos inscritos.
4o.Izada del emblema nacio-
nal a los acordes de la banda
de cornetas. 5o.Marcha por banda de cornetas. 9o.Pala-
bras por el Presidente de la Li-
ga. 7o.Lanzamiento de la pri-
mera bola por el Ministro de
Educacin, Ing. Bermdez, ba-
teador el Ministro de Obra Pu-
blicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro,
receptor el seor Arturo rllue-
ca, Presidente de la FENEBA y
arbitro el Lie. Manuel Roy y
8o.Partido entre el deportivo
QuUlermo Miranda y Deportivo
Crespo.
o '.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Los AcWos
H caarse humana aa Caihaca eel
arMaoa ster* V e*TMr*ielo van*-
iTfrir S^^aSar a la conducir. V
* Mceaffd. rMtbmuaat.
*enaeMn t rac.t* mlSloa llama*
CyttaaTqua M un laratlo arrtlmu-
StaalM Tifian T jellathro aara
la lrrluoisn taaaloaaJ la vaMra
via ar)nrU n atao aeMaa.
ML.
aue! la-
varHa.
Oran entusiasmo reina entre
el elemento del basketball y de.
portlstas, por el anuncio de que
ios "Trotamundos de Harlem"
jugarn en nuestra ciudad. La
fecha de debut provisionalmen-
te ha sido sealada para el da
20. Jugando tambin el 21 y
despus el 22 en Coln. No hay
duda que serla un triunfo de
la Federacin Nacional de
Basketball ai lograra que esta
presentacin e convirtiera en
realidad.
El Operten demostr ante el
Daar ser un quino que estar
entre los dos primeros. No hay
luda que sin Judith caballero
el Operten no hubiera podido
superar al Daar, que dicho sea
de paso Jug un basketball de
primera.
w fLfrd C1>tr, contina in-
batible en el basketball de pri-
mera categora de la Liga Pro-
vincial. Seis contrario se le
han enfrentado a los "Clgarri-
lleros" y todos han corrido la
misma suerte. Los que mayor
resistencia le han ofrecido por
ahora han sido el Mauricio en
el primer Juego y despus el
km en su ltimo choque.
Con la colaboracin de nues-
tro Asesor Hpico, el Baby Ama-
dor, damos a conocer los pro-
nsticos hpicos de eata co-
lumna para el domingo: la.
Baby Rol... ya sa ios gan en
el clsico... Hortensia... por
clase llega aqu; 2a. Jota Jota
...al pierde es porque no tiene
preparacin, tiene ms expe-
riencia... Con Dinero... por el
tiro puede; 3a. Mr. Espinosa...
Chivito se lo corre a robo...
Casablanca... por su llgeresa
llega aqu; 4a. . Patricia... la
mimada de la fbrica de pasti-
lla gana fcil... cafetal... por
su ultima se ve mejorado; Sa.
Batan... con Samanlego el Ji-
nete de mejor percentaje de es-
te ao se Impone... Elona...
el pariente viene; a. Montle-
llto... el pupilo de BUI se Im-
pone... Mimo... aqu por ji-
nete; 7a. Oorsewood (e)... ae
Impone el mambo por fuera
Full con la moata de Jtmbad
el pirata pueble ser duflo de Ji-
netes; Sa. Callmedear, scame
la de la semana pasada Cata-
lino Lacey... plac- a. Welsh
Losch... vamoa C. I. demuestre
que d. es un mambo No. 7...
Phoebus Apollo... place por ll-
geresa, tiene mala posicin; 10a.
DalUa P., fija como plata en el
banco... Tin.Olrl... no pue-
df ^on D " 1U- foUtto...
place... Cacique.
IMPORTANTES-
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Basketball Femenino)
O P Pt
Operten......2 i 1.04O
Baar ........% 1 .78
Crdenas .... .. 1 .0*0
M. Vlger...... t .#
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de la la. Cat.
Circuito Maseallne
O P Pt
Lord Chester .. 0 l.HC
Dep. Basa ......4 J .571
"faarlele......S I .500
C Vieja......1 4 00
Madnrito......1 5 .17
JUEGOS DE ESTA NOCHE
Fuerza y Las vi. Orion
7:M p.m. (Menor)
Crdenai-MaHa Vigor
S:M p.m.
Mauricio vs Carta Vieja
:H pjn, la. Cat.
Pe. ACHET
Tres importantes desafos ofre-
ce esta noche la Liga Provin-
cial de Basketball en el Gim-
nasio Nacional desde las 7:00
e nadelante, partidos estos de
gran Inters y que debern lle-
var a nuestro coliseo a cientos
de fanticos.
Faena y La vs.. Orion
I 7 :N p.m. (Menor)
Este encuentro preliminar co-
rresponde a la segunda catego-
ra de la rama masculina, en el
cual los "elctricos" ponen en
juego su Invicto, que mantie-
nen en una sola presentacin,
en tanto que sus contrarios lu-
charn por entrar en la colum-
na de ganadores. Soto y Quin-
tero sern los arbitros:
Malta Vigor vs?-. Crdenas
i: 00 p.m. (Femenina)
Este juego corresponde a la
categora mayor de damas, en
el cual los competidores se 'en-
frascarn en ruda lucha por lo-
grar su primer xito. Las "co-
lonenses" del Malta Vigor han
estado sometidas a un fuerte
entrenamiento y tienen plena
confianza en lograr la victoria,
en tanto que las muchachas del
Crdenas en su segunda apari-
cin estn seguras de lograr el
triunfo.
Mauricio vs. Carta Vieja
S:0t p.m. (Mayor Masculino)
Como ltimo juego de la ve-
lada canastera de hoy, se mi-
den Mauricio y Carta Vieja,
encuentro esto que servir al
ganador para mejorar su co-
locacin. Loe Licoreros dan" por
descontado el triunfo, pero sus
contrarios del Mauricio tienen
iguales pretensiones. Roa y Car-
dales sern los arbitros del Jue-
go femenino; Bula y F. Perdo-
no en el masculino; G. Mora-
les y De Sedas anotarn. Mi-
na y Aibpuru llevarn el tiem-
po, mientras que Tuftn, Mel
y Glttens vigilarn las puertas.
' .' 1 >,:"
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ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Per K. L B.
Universitario: Beeaerda que I
unin hace la fuena: Inscrbe-
te en ka Asociacin Deportiva.
Coopera para que la funcin
del dia 17 de junio sea un xito.
(Continuacin)
Esta falta de buenos catedr-
ticos se debe en gran parte a
que el profesor universitario en
si no es1 tal cosa, sino un tra-
bajador diurno, cualquiera que,
al encontrar una oportunidad
para redondear su sueldo en un
trabajo nocturno, acepta una
ctedra sin tener la menor idea
del significado y respeto que
ella merece y del trabajo que
esto envuelve. Y es asi como,
cansado de sus faenas diarlas,
llega a la universidad a las 5:15
completamente agotado y sin
preparar una linea de la con-
lerencla que le toca dictar, co-
mienza su clase con chistes y
cuentos de cuando el estudia-
ba en los Estados Unidos, Sue-
ca, Noruega, etc., prosigue lue-
go con una explicacin de 10
minutos que nadie entiende y a
lo que no da importancia, por-
que dice que. los grandes sabios
y descubridores demoraron SO y
ms aos en comprender ese
mismo problema, y es impo-
sible que nosotros lo compren-
damos en un semestre. Figren-
se qu criterio ste. Despus de
esto suena el timbre y vamos
al laboratorio;' el profesor en 5
10 minutos hace el experi-
mento correspondiente, despus
de lo cual sa va a su casa de-
jando los estudiantes solos y
sin ninguna guia.
Bobby Locke Encabeza Ahora El
TorneoJ)e Golf De, Los
El Campeonato Colonense De
Ftbol Comenzar El Dgo. 24
COLON, Junio 16 (Por Nando de levantar el nivel de progreso
Quintero) Por las declarado- y velar por que su regulacin no
PTOvWi Michigan. Junio 10 (F)El campeos? brit-
nico de golf abierto, Bobby Locke, sa coloc en el primer lagar
del torneo por el Campeonato Nacional de Golf Abierto de lee)
Estados Unidas al anotar 71 en la secunda vuelta para un total
de 144 pontos, mientras que Sam Snead, el lder en la primer*
vuelta, qued reaagade cinco golpes atrs ai anotar ayer 78. ,
. ,5J argentino Roberto de Vtcenzo hizo 7 ayer para, un total
de 151 en la* do vueltas. En el segundo logar qued Da,ve Don-
IU eon JO en Ja segunda vuelta para un total de lWi.lercAre
con 71 y 14< eanto respectivamente e*t Franci ^^cjuVr
-ti 03*^> 1 *
Los Atlticos Vencieron Por
4 a 3 a Los Medias Blancas
En Juego Que Termin En Ria
fuera de Chicago. Ed Robinson
y Al Zarllla empujaron las prl-,
meras dos carreras del Chlcayo
con Jonrones. Valo inici la Jor-
nada final por los Atlticos con
pase gratis y anot seguido Zer-
nlal bate un doblete.
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
, UNIDA
El lanzador Don Nev/combe,
quien nunca ha perdido un par-
tido con los Cachorros condujo
a los Dodgers al triunfo por 2
a 1 empujando. la carrera del
triunfo en la sexta entrada. Es-
te fu el octavo triunfo corrido
de Newcombe sobre los Cacho-
rros en los tres aos que llevan
en las Grandes Ligas as co-
mo la undcima victoria de los
Dodgers en sus ltimos trece
Juegos.
Jackie Robinson, inicio la sax-'
ta Jornada por los Dodgers con
un doble y anot" por sencillo
de Cari Purlllo. Acto seguido
i"".- m08..hms!.a. llega I Roc*y Bridges bate un senci-
llo y Newcombe empuj a Fu-
rillo con otro inatrapable de una
base. Los Cachorros anotaron
su carrera por doble de Phll
Cavarretta y sencillo de Ran-
som Jaokson- ...
nes de los miembros de la Liga
Provincial de balompi de Coln,
se puede dar por descontado que
este ao, siempre tendremos
temporada de ftbol. Segn lo
informado, ayer en la tarde ce di-
rigieron a la. ciudad capital tro
dlos principales miembros de la
entidad colonense, eon el prop-
sito de efectuar la compra de 8
Juegos de uniformes completos,
los cuales sern entregados a los
conjuntos que tomarn parte ac-
tiva en la prxima temporada del
ao 51, uniformes que se han ob-
tenido con el dinero que destina
la Comisin de Hacienda, y. que
segn lo manifestado por los
miembros de la Liga han tenido
un costo de B.31S.00 (trescientos
quince balboas.) Se agreg des-
pus que estos uniformes fueron
comprados en el Almacn Mauri-
cio de la Ciudad de Panam, y
que el propietario de dicha casa
don un elegante trofeo para que
so dispute en el torneo, Los uni-
formes sern entregados a los
equipos tan pronto estos se-err-
cuentren debidamente registra-
dos.
Mucho nos alegra que todo esto
haya sucedido por el bien del ba-
lompi colonense. deporte que ha
sido de nuestra admiracin y que
sin ambajes, manifestamos que
hemos ayudado en una u otra
forma y hasta hemos criticado
las actuaciones fuera de lugar de
sus dirigentes, pero no por ha-
cerle mal a la causa, sino por el
contrario, con el deliberado fin
marche al margen de los regla-
mentos con perjuicio para los fut-
bolistas.
La Inauguracin de la tempo-
rada ha sido anunciada para el
domingo 24 del presente mes y
'esperamos que elfo sea una rea-
lidad y que resulte pomposa y lle-
na de colorido, alto espritu de-
portivo en los participantes y en
el desarrollo de la contienda rei-
ne siempre el arte del ftbol, la
desesperacin por combatir den-
tro de los reglamentos y la cultu-
ra deportiva, el anhelo de surgir
y llevarse la victoria bien mere-
Sida o la derrota honrosa, que to-
ol pongan de su parte para ver
el resurgimiento del balompi co-
lonense y que si los dirigentes ac-
tan de buena f, los jugadores
presten toda cooperacin y sobre
todo que recuerden que hay un
pblico al que le merecen toda
consideracin.
81 todo esto reina en ia presen-
te temporada de ftbol, este de-
porte habr salido del marasmo
en que se haya y en el Estadio de
Colon se vern muy buenas tar-
des de balompi.
el bimestre, al fin del cual
pone un examen, los corrige r-
pidamente en la clase y a cuya
calificacin no le da ninguna
importancia. Viene el fin del
semestre y pone un examen
que los estudiantes no pueden
resolver y se jacta de que ni
loa otros profesores, sus cole-
gas, pueden hacerlo. Guarda los
exmenes, no los corrige, se va
a Francia, a los Estados Uni-
dos y regresa sin saber del pa-
radero/del maletn donde repo-
san ellos, los encuentra, los ca-
lifica sin importarle que falte
uno u otro por su negligencia
ya que l, como profesor Infal-
lible puede poner la nota que
je da la gana y nadie puede
hacer q_ue^y^c4nbie. ,.,
No acepta reclamos ni an
basados en la ms Juata y l-
gica razn, porque dice que l
no puede manifestar ante el se.
cretario de la Universidad qu?
je ha equivocado. Y asi, con-
tinua por los aos de los aos,
amn. ^
Nosotroa.a pesar de haber pa-
sado, y por las manos de esos
que dicen llamarse profesores,
advertiremos a todos los estu-
diantes de los aos Inferiores
de la conducta de estos indivi-
duos, porque nuestro egosmo
no podra extenderse hasta all.
(Continuar).
Los Dodgers y
los Cachorros
oj Aio:n
cambios
EN iJC MGA'AMERICANA
Los Atlticos vencieron por 4
a 3 a los Medias Blancas en
once entradas en el primer par-
tido de la noche aue termin
con una ria tumultuarla en el
plato. La pelea comenz al a-
notar Elmer Valo la carrera del
triunfo por doble de Gus Zer-
nlal pero llevndose de frente
a'Ou Nlarhos receptor de los
Medias Blancas qu cay en
tierra IncfrMkcie 'Acto segui-
do el lanzadorerchltago Sal
Rogovin se abalanz sobre Va-
lo y comenzaron a llover gol-
pea pues los peloteros de am-
bas novenas corrieron a unirse
a la refriega. Valo sufri una
herida sobre el ojo al caer en-
cima de la mscara del recep-
tor y Rogovin fu. expulsado del
campo ffe uege.>jtss revs puso
fin a la posibilidad de que los
Medias Blancss-empataran la
marca de 16 juegos consecuti-
vos ganados por una novena de
la Liga Americana fuera de
su parque que establecieron los
Senadores en 1912. Hasta ano-
che los Medias Blancas haban
ganado 15 juegos consecutivos
CHICAGO, Junio 10 (UP)
Los Cachorros y los Dodgers
realizaron un sensacional cam-
bio de ocho peloteros exacta-
mente seis horas antes del mo-
mento despus del cual no .-.
permiten en las Grandes Li-
gas esos cambios hasta^deapua
de terminar la temporada.
Los Cachorros cedieron a 1st*
segunda base Wayne Terwllll-
ger el Jardinero Andy Pafko, el
receptor Al Walker y el lanza-
dor Johnny Schmidt a cambkj
del receptor Bruce Edwards, el
jugador de cuadro Edl Mlksls.
el Jardinero Gene Hermanskl y
el lanzado- Joe Hatten.
Pafko quien ha formada
te del equipo de estrenas d_
Liga Nacional en cuatro de sus
ocho aos con los Cachorros fu,.
la figura clave del cambio. Fr*
ao pasado bate un promed >
de 304 pero en eata temporada
ha estado bateando muy po/
debajo de los codiciados .300. i
T;
1 tuna alatorraaa u* ciiiui
banotraaia, all*** I
tersa o "titiu, a safra a n
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al CMoarald srlaetata aet__
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da ajaesar le t*lM* adolorido*
Maaaadoa. . Arada a taatriaar I
'" Irritada* S.Ualta
Sainar, . fcua fear Biaaa
Social Deportiva
Felicitamos a la nllta Viel-
ka C. Ivaldi, hija del entusias-
ta deportista y fundador del
Club Dep. Azteca, Jorge O. Ival-
di y seora, por su cumpleaos
que celebra boy.
HUMBER
Lm Aristcrata
di toda* lm
Bicicletas
SALUD
ESTICA!
RON MONTEZUMA
CALIDAD
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