The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country it taft" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, ft. P., SUNBA*, JUNE 17, 1M1
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British Forces In Middle East
Alerted To Protect Nationals
TAKING UP THE SLACK-Belng the mate of a "rubber wr- V
has its travel advantages, as Joe and Evie Slack, mnslc haU per-
formers, prove on their arrival in London, Enr. Evie Slack fold
neatly into suitcase size and Joe carries the burden of matrimony.
(oniinemat Center
In Rio To Fight
Hoof-Mouth Disease
WASHINGTON. June 16, (UP)
The Pan American Sanitary
Bureau has announced that it Is
establishing in Brazil the first
"[enter In the Western Hemis-
ihere to work on faoof-and-
touth disease on a continental
tale.
iThe project is being financed
\ the Organization of American
lates which allbcated $225,000
fit the first year's operations.
, The money will go to obtain spe-
'clalized equjjsment and pay sal-
aries of International personnel.
Including five Drofesslonal. five
technical and three administra-
tive staff members.
The Brazilian government has
agreed to furntsn the land and
structures, local labor and utili-
ties.'
An announcement said: "The
proiect will provide one conven-
iently located center capable of
carrying out the diagnosis of
hoof-and -mouth disease wherev-
er It may arise in the Americas.
Political Clashes
Injure 30 as French
End Electioneering
PARIS, June lo, (UP) Thirty
persons were injured today as
France's election cam p a 1 g n
wound up with fierce clashes be-
tween rival factions in the West
End of Paris early this morning.
The sharpest fighting of the
otherwise one of most apathetic
election campaigns In France's
history exploded when leftists
and supporters of General De
Gaulle tried to smash a meeting
organized by Jacques Isorni,
lawyer for former Marshal Henri
Phlllppl Petaln. Isarni is coritest-
lng the elections on a frankly
pro-Petainlst ticket.
Antl-Petainists broke into the
crowded meeting at SaHe Wa-
gram shouting "Fascists" and
"Down With Vichy." Both sides
fought with broken chairs and
clubs. Antl-Petainists threw one
tear-gas bomb.
Hefmeted police cleared the
hall, but demonstrators contin-
ued fighting in nearby streets
until early morning.
Police estimated at least 30
Injured, none seriously.
Truman Signs
Ratification
O OAS Pact
WASHINGTON. June 16, (UP)
President Truman signed pa-
pers today ratifying United States
adherence to .the permanent Or-
ganization of American States.
The charter drawn up at Bogo-
ta Conference in 1948 brought to-
gether the 21 American Repub-
lics as a regional organization
within the framework of the
United Nations.
The United States became the
12th nation to ratify the agree-
ment. At least two more must
sign before it becomes effective.
Truman said In a statement
that he is very glad to see South
and Central American Repub-
lics join the United States in a
demonstration of hemisphere un-
ity. He observed:
"In the present period of
world tension that unity assumes
even greater importance. The
moral and material military
strength of the Western Hemis-
phere Is rooted in this unity In
the cause of freedom.
Blow-Torch Canse
Of Hospital Fire
That Killed 37
MONTREAL. Canada, June 16
(UP>It was learned that a fire
at the Santa Cunegunda Hospi-
tal In which 37 old people perish-
ed, was caused by a flame of an
acetylene blow-torch used by
workers to Install a new eleva-
tor in the building.
The blow-torch apparently
caught fire on a piece of canvas
and flames spread to the eleva-
tor shaft.
Canadian Red Cross represen-
tative H. Suckling in Montreal
said, "We probably will have more
than 40 victims, we cannot be
sure of the figure because we do
not know how many remained in
the building."
Labor Men Doubt Committee
Facts Justify Rent Raises
A representative of the Metal
Trades Council and Central La-
bor Union told the Panama
American yesterday that he
"doesn't believe the facts that
were set forth by a spokesman of
the committee in Congress Jus-
tify an increase In rents."
Since the recommenda 11 o n
came from within congress, he
feels that a counter-proposal
should also originate there. "We
will try to oppose the rent In-
crease by whatever means poul-
Released Convict
To Be Tried In CZ
On Border Shooting
Canal Zone and. Panama police
established late yesterday that
the early morning Incident along
Tlvoll Avenue in which an Army
sergeant was shot in the hip by
a convict recently released from
Gamboa penitentiary occurred in
Canal Zone territory.
Harold O. Boyce, a Panaman-
ian who was released from Gam-
boa on May 30 after serving most
of a three-year sentence on a fic-
titious check charge, will be
turned over to Canal Zone police
for formal arrest and arraign-
ment.
Sgt. Roy Valdemar Olsen, who
was shot lo lib left hip was
Boyce's first victim. Olsen. who
was reported In good condition
at Fort Clayton Hospital, had
been walking along Tivoli Ave-
nue after midnight. He was ac-
costed by a man carrying a re-
volver. Olsen, thinking It was
just a ruse to scare him, kept
walking until he heard a shot.
He reached the Tlvoll Bar before
he realized he had been shot. A
taxi rushed him to Santo Tomas
where the 38 caliber slug was re-
moved He was then transferred
to Clayton.
Richard Keith Erbe of Diablo
Heights reported the theft of $2
shortly after the Olsen shooting,
to the Ancon police. He had been
stuck up by a man carrying a re-
volver.
We" he stated, "and the Com-
mittee must be convinced that
their recommendation was un-
just."
The rent question will head the
list of topics to be discussed at
the monthly meeting this morn-
ing of the MTC-CLU members In
the Balboa Lodge Hall at 8:30.
It was reported by another
spokesman of the MTC that a
definite position could not be
taken until word was received on
the action taken at the meeting
of the Board of Directors of the
Panama Railroad Monday.
The group has received from
Walter Wagner, their Washing-
ton Legislative Representative, a
copy of Congressman Davis of
Wisconsin's introductory remarks
when the Canal Zone section of
the Civil Function Appropriation
bill was Introduced on the floor
of the House of Representatives.
The problems of rent and rent
administration will be a function
of the Board of Directors of the
Panama Canal Company after
July l.Tor the change over pe-
riod from the Panama Canal to
the Panama Canal Company the
budget estimate for housing op-
eration was $84.396. This was re-
duced by the House Appropria-
tion Committee by $73,000. This
deficit amount of $73,000 will
have to be provided from the Pa-
nama Canal Company revenue if
the appropriation is not restored.
It is apparent from Congress-
man Davis' remarks that the Ap-
propriation committee does not
look favorable on appropriating
monies to make up the deficit In
the housing program.
Fight Tonight
Will Delay
Train From Colon
The regular 10:00 o'clock
night passenger train from Co-
lon on Sunday, June 17, 1951,
will be held and leaves Colon
at 11:00 P. M. for the accom-
modation of Pacific Side Fight
Fans attending the Plummer-
Jesus Compos bout at Colon
Arena.
US, Colombia
Naval Units
Pound Wonsan
TOKYO. June 16 (UP) The
Colombian Frigate Almirante
Padilla and a group of other
Allied warships continued to
bombard Communist installa-
tions in the Port of Wonsan on
the east coast of Korea today.
The Almirante Padilla Is
fighting alongside the Ameri-
can destroyers Brlnkley, Bass,
Duncan and Evans.
They launched concentrated
fire against troops and install-
ations, an official communique
said.
The Allied naval forces have
been hitting Wonsan for about
five months in what Is consid-
ered one of the most prolong-
ed Naval bombardments in his-
tory.
LONDON, June 16 (UP) British forces in the Mid-
die East have been notified to maintain "an alert in cast
of emergency" which might require the protection of Brit-
ish subjects faced with the danger that exists in the oil-
fields of Iran.
Middle East defense chiefs were summoned to meet
yesterday in Fayid, on the Suez Canal, for a lengthy con-
ference, and informed sources stated that it was recom-
mended that the Naval Task Force begin plans for eva-
cuation.
British parachute troops who arrived in Cyprus at tht
beginning of the week indicated clearly that the emergency
program that would be put into practice suggested the
existence of a "grave problem" in Iran.
Crumpled Wire
Clue TjO Widow's
Final Breakdown
LAWRENCE, Mass., June 16
(UP>Her eyes glistening with
unshed tears, Mrs. Marltza An-
donian. 66. a widow, went about
her dally tasks in silence.
She nodded to friends and
neighbors as she did her errands.
Brooding, she performed daily
household tasks.
But today she broke down.
She stopped an acquaintance on
a street and began to talk In-
coherently.
Suddenly she screamed hys-
terically and fainted.
A police ambulance took the
collapsed woman to a hospital
where attendants put her to bed
and began routine check or her
purse. In It they found a crump-
led telegram.
The department of the army
regrets to inform you that
your___*
La Prensa Chief
Terms Customs Bill
New Act of Plunder
MONTEVIDEO. June 16 (UP)
Doctor Alberto Oalnza Paz stat-
ed today at a newspaper con-
I ference that the order given by
the Argentine Customs that "La
Prensa* and "La Nacin" should
Eay a total of more than 30 mll-
oh Argentine pesos for alleg-
edly Illegal use of a dally news-
paper constituted "new acts of
plunder" against "La Prensa".
The deposed director of the
Buenos Aires newspaper "La-
Prensa" who Is now living In
Uruguay stated:
"The confiscation of the news-
paper by the Argentine govern-
ment could be called 'expropria-
tion.' Now the new act comes
under the classification of "cus-
tom's charges.' It is a new voca-
bulary for the regime and it is
a new act In the drama that the
people of Argentina and espe-
cially the liberty of the press,
are being forced to play."
Argentine laws that eliminat-
ed all custom's charges on the
Import of paper destined for the
printers of newspapers, maga-
zines and books. This freedom
from taxes has been and con-
tinues to exist for all newspa-
per of the country, including
those edited today.
In 1948, under the present
government, a person presented
himself to the Custom-house in
order to denounce the newspa-
pers "La Nacin" and "La Pren-
so," stating that they did not
have the right to this Immunity
from taxes and for this reason
had been infringing on the law
for two or three decades.
Meanwhile in government
circle the grown,; unxiety on
the possible fate of more than,
four thousand British subjects In
Iran reached a high pitch fanned
by antl-Brltlsh propaganda In-
cited in Teheran.
The British precautio nary
measures underlined the fact
that Oreat Britain harbored the
"great wish" to continue the dis-
cussions with the Iranian gov-
ernment and its representa the*
in, but that they had "limits" oa
what they would accept.
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Compa-
ny said that this dispute would
form the basis for the agree-
ment, but the Persian proposition
demanded 75 per cent of the in-
come from oil. deducting expens-
es and 26% for the Company
would be paid to Iran.
This version was given by an
official of the Foreign Ministry.
Officials occupying high posi-
tions In the Ministry, received
orders to expect whatever chang-
es might occur. '
Minister of Foreign Relations,
Herbert Morrison, who was In
Yorkshire, maintained contact
with his office by telephone.
i
Government circles awaitad
some conciliatory sign on the
part of Teheran by the end of
the week, but in case they da
not receive It, they were prepar-
ing themselves for whatever
might happen. They emphasized
that they are not trying to Inter-
vene In a military way in Iran.
Experts observed that this, above
all, would be impossible because
the oilfields were so large that1
they would require a very great!
force to dominate them.
Eniwetok Eyewitness:

'At The Gates Of Hell Looking Into Eternity9
By REP. EDWARD HFBF.RT
(Copyright by the. States. New Orleans. La.)
(Distributed by NBA Service)
WASHINGTON, June 16 (NEA) I have seen and
heard the greatest explosion ever created by man in the
history of the world.
I had a feeling that I was standing at the gates of
Hell looking into eternity.
I was at Eniwetok.
There space was annihilatedthere time was measur-
ed by the millionth of a second and heat multiplied by a
million times a degree Fahrenheit.
I have walked the streets of You keep asking yourself the
Hlroshlna. I have flown over Question:
Nagasaki. I have heard first "Suppose something goes
hand the details of the drop- wrong, what then?"
ping pf the first bomb by the Theoretically and scientific-
men who dropped It. ally you have been placed in a
I have been thoroughly satu- position which is safe from
rated with the scientific expla- harm according to the caleula-
natlon of the splitting of the tlons of human beings, but sup-
atom. But 'all of that means pose they have miscalculated,
nothing when you are actually The day before, the "bang"
present when an atom bomb is was one of tension and appre-
exploded. nenslon.
About The Author
Rep. P. Edward Hebert of Louisiana was the only per-
son with a newspaper background to witness the recent
atomic tests at Eniwetok. His vivid account of those tests
reflects his years of experience as reporter, political editor,
columnist and city editor on the New Orleans States. He-
bert, now 50. is a graduate of Tulane University. He was
elected as a representative from Louisiana's first district in
1941, and has served in Congress continuously siace then.
He is the ranking member of the House Armed Services
Committee. Hebert's name is pronounced "A-Bear."
His three dispatches, of which this Is tbe first, have
been cleared by the Atomic Energy Commission.
The we>..r was atrocious.
The rains came in almost con-
tlual torrents and periodical
weather conferences were held.
Not until the early morning
hours was It definitely decided
to conduct the experiment and
even then a three-hour delay
was agreed upon.
"Shot" day arrived.
Long before light appeared on
the horizon we were roused
from our bunks. I had a sensa-
tion and a feeling which was
perhaps experienced by every GI
who has huddled in a landing
craft before a beach landing.
In the cold chill of the morn-
ing we stood alongside the run-
way on Eniwetok and watched
the crewless aircraft take off.
These pllotless airplanes, con-
trolled from "mother" planes,
were sent directly Into the area
of the "bang" and Into the
area of the "bang" and into the
cloud caused by/the blast to ob-
tain specimens of the cloud and
and to take motion pictures by
automatically controlled came-
ras.
Everything went according to
schedule. The hour of the "bang"
was fast approaching.
All official observers were
taken to the Officers' Beach
Club Chairs were arranged in
front of the club along the
beach, facing the direction of
the "shot" Island.
A voice from a loud speaker
kept us informed of each new
action.
Dark glasses which complete-
ly blacked out all light were
distributed. Those who prefer-
red not to look at the "fire ball"
were warned to .turn their heads
and count "one thousand one.
one thousand two, one thou-
sand three" before turning in
the direction of the "shot" Is-
land.
Those who elected to look In-
to the "fire ball" were warned
not to remove their glasses fol-
lowing the "bang," until they
had counted off three seconds.
That apprehension of what
might happen If all did not go
as planned was ever present.
I couldn't shake it off.
A half hour before the "bang"
I was seated in the first row of
chairs. The scene could well
have been any exclusive beach
club.
We were told that a ten-sec-
ond warning would be given be-
fore the explosion.
I examined my glasses. I
kept on my own dark aun glas-
ses under the thick black lens
which had been given me.
The sun was a tiny red speck
hardly discernible. That's how
thick the glasses were*
With eyes covered, I was in a
pit of darkness and the sound
of conversation among the other
observers took on an eerie tone.
All around was the repeated
warning:
"Be sure your glasses are ad-
lusted properly."
Then came those last ten sec-
onds which I shall never for-
getthe ten seconds before the
explosion when anything could
happen If something went
wrong.
Without feeling or emotion
the voice in the loud speaker
began: ._
"Ten seconds"
I adjusted my glasses. I be-
came more tense.
"Nine seconds.''
There was an ominous silence
over the group.
"tight second*.'*
The observer next to me re-
marked in a hollow voice:
"Well, we will know" If it work*
In a few seconds "
'Seven tconos.*
How Big Is The
New Atom Bomb?
Here is how Rep. F. Edward
Hebert describes tbe sise of
the new thermonuclear explo-
sion tested at Eniwetok:
Hiroshima's bomb was It
times greater than the Texas
City nitrate ship explosion.
The blast at Eniwetok was
several times greater than Hi-
roshima.
Take ordinary sticks of dy-
namite such as are used In a
hand grenade; stack them one
on top of the other se that
they encase a 17-story office
building on a city block; that
is tbe power of the Hiroshima
explosion.
The Hiroshima blast was the
equivalent of 20.0*0 tons of
TNT. as measured in atomic
energy. Supposing a bomb.two
and one-half times bigger
than tbe Hiroshima bomb, yon
would have lee.eftt.ftft* pounds
of TNT. Using the encased
building yardstick, that would
be a ft-story building en four
eity blocks.
"And the blast I witnessed
at Eniwetok was greater than
ttus," says Rep. Hebert.
FIRE BALL of an atomic Wast this one was at Bikini Is decked by Rep. Hebert aa
ni mu. oi an ^ brj||jance the Ilke of wbJth I had never seen before.
I wondered what the others
were thinking. What emotions
were'they experiencing? It was
old stuff to many of them. It
was new to all of us because
this was to be the greatest and
mightiest explosion ever set oft
or witnessed by man.
"Six seconds."
I gritted my teeth and the
lanorama of the horrors of Hi-
roshima became vivid to me
once again.
"Five seconds."
Suppose the scientists had
miscalculated this theoretically
safe distance, miles away from
the "shot" island?
"Four seconds."
The count between seconds
seemed hours apart. Men I have
seen hanged must have won-
dered Just as I now wondered.
They didn't know what was to
be found at the end of a rope a
few seconds away. I didn t
know what was to be found after
an explosion only a few seconds
away.
"Three seconds.
I was beyond apprehension.
We might be the real guinea
pigs If something went wrongl
"Two seconds."
I couldn't stop repeating the
question to myself: "What am I
doing here? It's too late to turn
back now, but what am I do-
ing here?"
"One second."
My muscles were taut. lists
clenched, teeth gritted. Only a
second remained but it seemed
like an eternity.
Then it came. t>
"H-Hourl" at least that*
what I think the voice in the
loud speaker said, but now It
didn't matter.
This was It.
Silence.
Blackness.
Suddenly all was bright, a bril-
liance the like of which I had
never seen before. '
There was a gigantic ball of
fire on the horizon.
Simultaneously there was
gust of heat across my face.
It was Just the sense of sigh*
and touchno hearing.
I lived a thousand Uves in
that one split second
"One thousand one One
thousand two...."
I took no chances and then
removed the dark glasses.
I was choked with emotion. I
wasn't shaking but I was un-
steady.
Perhaps the knowledge that
nothing had gone wrong causea
the sensation, perhaps t he
knowledge thst we were still
there.
I looked in the sky as the now
familiar pattern of the gigantic
mushroom of Bikini formed and
soared heavenward.
The fire ball could well hate
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PAGE TWO
THX SUNDAY AMERICA*
_'...
SUNDAY, JUN 17, 188)
Dodgers, White Sox Lose; Tigers Blank Yankees
Xriants, Red Sox Triumph
To Gain On Loop Leaders
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 16 The league leading Dodgers
Ifc-nd White Sox both drooped one-run decisions today but
{Hie White Sox maintained their three-game margin as the
second place Yankees were also beaten. The Dodgers now
lerd by five games because the second place Giants tri-
Jutophed and picked up a full game. /
| The
Jpleted
Dodgers and Cubs com-
an Important trade yes-
rterday and had some of their new
players In their line-ups. The
Dodgers got hard-hitting Andy
Paf ko and pitcher Johnny
chmitz for catcher Bruce Ed-
Siartls and pitcher Joe Hatten.
Pafko and Edwards played
-Jor their new clubs today and
although Pafko clouted his
13th homer of the season, it
ijfailed to help his club to vic-
1 tory. The Cubs copped the game
M-4 with Edwards aiding their
.'cause with his second homer of
the season.
! Carl Ersktoe, who replaced Erv
iPalica in the seventh, was the
loser. Preacher Roe started the
{game for Brooklyn but was chas-
ed to the showers In the second
.'Inning. Oil Hodges clouted his
:21st homer of the year.
| Old Dutch Leonard pitched
three Innings in relief, was the
'Seinner. Bob Schultz started and
lasted until the seventh.
I Sal Mage turned in a three-
hitter as the Giants trounced the
Pirates 6-1. The victory made
Magjle the first ten-game win-
ner in the National League.
Ralph LaPalme was tagged for
- bis third setback of the season.
Warren Spahn limited the
Reds to four scattered hits as
he racked up a 3-0 victory. The
> win was Spahn's seventh of the
.year against five losses. Bob
Elliott gave Spahn all the help
he needed with his tenth home
I run.
'The Phillies and Cardinals
were scheduled to play a night
game at St. Louis.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
I Eddie Joost batted In five runs
With a game-winning triple and
Jtwo homers to lead the Athletics
Jo an eleven Inning 6-5 triumph
over the league leading White
J3ox at Philadelphia.
Rookie Bob Martin was credit-
~! with his second win against
T defeat when he hurled the
three Innings Al Zarilla
nered for the losers,
ill Pierce dropped his fourth
.aeculon against seven wins for
Jhe White Sox. He came on In
ahe ninth In relief of Howie ud-
hte eleventh homer of the sea-
son to supply all the margin Cain
needed. The win was Cain's fifth
against four defeats.
Eddie Lopat. shooting for his
tenth triumph, was tagged with
his second setback.
Vern Stephens blouted two
three-run homers to aid Mick-
ey McDermott score his fourth
victory of the season against
three losses. Stephens hit hom-
ers No. 8 and 9 as the Red Sox
picked up a full game on the
American League leaders with
a 10-5 triumph over the Browns
at Boston.
Ned Carver, who dropped his
fourth game against nine wins,
and Lou Sleater teamed up to
limit the Red Sox to six hits but
among them were the two Ste-
phens homers which was the big
difference. Clyde Vollmer also
aided the Sox cause with his third
roundtripper. Ken Wood homer-
ed for the losers.
The Indians and Senators were
scheduled to meet In a night
game at Washington.
*Sho
ae Tigers whitewashed the
fankees 4-0 behind Bob Cain's
four-hit pitching, Vic Wertz hit
Counterpoint Wins
Imonl Slakes
NEW YORK, June 16 (UP)
gpunterpotot, who flopped In the
mtucky Derby and the Preak-
less Stakes, today raced to art
ly and Impressive victory In
le 83rd and richest one mile
ad one-half Belmont Stakes.
Counterpoint finished four
.tngths in front of Battlefield,
rho finished second, and Battle
lorn, who wound up third.
unerpotot, a son of the great
unt Fleet, turned thcdistance
2:29 four fifths of a second
ff the record held by his sire In
"13.
Count Turf, the favorite and
a son of Count Fleet, took
ommand early through the race
tut tired so badly In the final
tes that he wound up sev-
0
Counterpoint paid $12.30. $5.30
Snd $3.60. Battlefield $3.50 and
t.74. Battle Morn $4.20.
Swfm Meet To Be
Held At Balboa
Fourth Of July
The annual July 4th senior
swim meet for men and women
will be held at the Balboa Pool
starting at 1:30 p.m. on July 4th.
An Invitation to participate In
this meet has been extended to
the swimmers of the Republic of
Panam who in past years have
contributed much to the keen
competition.
It is anticipated that swimmers
from the Armed Services will
again offer top notch opposition
to the Zonlans and the Pana-
manian representatives. Entry
forms are available at all U. 8.-
rate pools and gyms and to the
Armed Services athletic offices.
Trophies will be awarded to all
first place winners In the indi-
vidual events and to members of
the winning relay teams. Med-
als will be awarded to winners
of second and third place in the
individual events.
Order of events:
1:30 p.m.Diving 3-meter
boardwomen.
1:30 pm. Diving 3-meter
boardmen.
2:00 p.m.400-mts. Free Style
men.
2:10 p.m. 100-mts. Breast
Strokewomen.
2:15 p.m. 100-meter Breast
StrokeMen.
2:30 p.m.200-meter Free Style
-Men.
2:35 p.m.50-meter Free Style
Women.
2:38 p.m. 50-meter Free Style
Men.
2:45 p.m. 100-meter Back
8trokeWomen.
2:50 p.m. 100-meter Back
StrokeMen.
2:58 p.m.100-meter Free Style
Women.
3:00 p.m.100-meter Freestyle
-Men.
3:05 p.m. 120-meter Medley
RelayWomen.
3:10 p.m. 120-meter Medley
RelayMen.
3:15 p.m.160-meter Free Style
RelayWomen.
3:20 p.m.160-meter Free Style
RelayMen.
TABLE TENNIS AWARD No
Miniature award for miniature
tennis is the 16-inch Cia. Alfa-
ro, S. A. (International Harves-
ter) trophy for which an esti-
mated 40 local Ping Pong play-
ers will compete In the first
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship opening June 18 In
Panama, Colon and the Canal
Zone.
Sunday's
Program
1st Race "A" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double
1Amazona E. Silvera 107
2Marsellesa B. Aguirre 120
3Hortensia J. Saraanlego 124
4DonPltln A. Mena 107x
5Baby Rol V. Castillo 110
6Fulminante E Dario 108
7Tully Saba J. Contreras 118
t National League
I Teams Won Lost Pet.
Bklyn.....35 19 .648
lew York.....32 2* .552
It. Louis.....27 27 .500
ton.......27 28 .491
icinnatl.....26 27 .491
Hadelphia ... 26 28 .481
icaro......23 28 .451
Jtteburgh.....20 S3- .377
-Night game not included.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at St. Louie.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Dklyn 010 000 2014 7 1
cago 210 000 30x6 9 1
Pallca (21, Erskine (6-6)
I) and Campanella: Schultz,
ward (4-li (7) and Edwards.
Baton 000 O10 0023 6 1
gJBeinnatt ooo ooo ooo0 4 o
Upahn (7-5) and Mueller; Raf-
sberger' (6-7) and Pramesa.
American League
Teams
Won Lost Pet.
ELPHIA at ST. LOUIS
(Night Game)
York 003 100 1016
urgh 000 000 1001
11
3
Maglle (10-3) and Weatrum;
tkPafinc (1-3), Werle (7), Walsh
) and McCullough, Fitzgerald
Chicago...... 36 17 .679
New York..... 33 >M .623
Boston....... 31 22 .585
'Cleveland .... 29 24 .547
Detroit....... 26 25 .510
Washington ... 19 32 .373
St. Louie...... 18 35 .340
Philadelphia ... 18 35 .340
*Night game not Included.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Philadelphia (2).
St. Louis at Boston (2).
Detroit at New York.
Cleveland at Washington.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 100 000 0034 9 0
New York 000 000 0000 5 3
Cain (5-4) and Robinson, Swift
(7); Lopat (9-2) and Berra.
2nd Race "F-2" Natives6W Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Con Dinero M. Hurley 113
2Jota Jota R. Gomez 108
3Callejera B. Aguirre 116
4Tolete R. Ycaza 97x
5 Caramelo M. Arosemena 100
6La Rosita A Mena 104x
3rd Race "D" Natives 414 Fgs.
Purse: $300.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Casablanca J. Cadogen 115
2D. Joaqun J. Contreras 110
3Sincero A. Vasquez 117x
4Risita B. Moreno 108
5Mr. Espinosa G. Sanch. 110
6Volador C. Ruiz 116
4th Race "F-l" Natives4', Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:21
Quiniela
1Sin Fin V. Rodriguez 117x
2Tap Dancer J. Contreras 111
3Dandy G. Cruz 115
4Cafetal) A. Mena 104x
5Miranda) O. Chanls 106
6Gold'n Patricia V. Arauz 114
7Pesadilla E. Silvera 106
8Aqu Estoy E. Ortega 107x
9Tapsy Jose Rodriguez 106
5th Race "B" Natives 6!4 Fgs.
Purse: $350.00 Fool Closes 2:55
1Stella V. Arauz 110
2White Fleet R. Ycaza 105x
3Batan J. Samaniego 120
4Elona G. Cruz 110
5Filigrana A. Vasquez 103x
6th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1Wild Wire C.Ruiz 118
2Montielito G. Sanchez 112
3Honey Moon) A. Bazan 112
4Microbio) E. Silvera 105
5Montserrat) J. Cadogen 120
6Mr. Foot B. Moreno 120
7Mimo J. Contreras 114
8Espartano B. Aguirre no
9Gaywood A. Mena 117x
7th Race "C" Imported6',4 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Full B. Aguirre 114
2Pamphlet V. Castillo 113
3Curaca Jose Rodriguez 108
4Gors'wood) J. Contreras 111
5Newmlnster) B. Moreno 108
8th Race "G" Imported'/, Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Close s4:40
Quiniela
1Prestigio) J. Contreras 110
2El Mago) C.Ruiz 112
3V-Lacey A. Phillips 116
4Betun A. Bazan 118
5Galante II O. Chanls 114
r 6Callmedear
7Walrus
8Delhi
9Bendigo
10Asombro
B. Aguirre 112
G. Alfaro 120
V. Castillo 120
J.Ruiz 112
E Darlo 110
CLEVELAND at WASHINGTON
(Night Game)
(Eleven Innings)
Chicago 000 011 021 005 11 1
Phlla. 000 110 300 016 12 1
Judson, Pierce (7-4) (9) and
Masl, Erautt (9); Fowler, Kucab
<8i, Martin (2-1) (10) and Mur-
ray.
St. Louis 100 120 010 5
Boston 030 130 30x10
Garver (9-4), Sleater (8)
Lollar; McDermott (4-8)
Moas.
8 3
6 0
and
and
9th Race "A" Imported6' Fgs.
Purse: $1,000.00Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Welsh Loch C. Ycaza 117
2Plnard O. Chanls 117
3Avenue Road E. Silvera 103
4Dictador J. Contreras 111
5Rathlin Light A Mena 103x
6Ph. Apollo B. Aguirre 110
10th Race "E" Natives6', Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40
IGolden Babe E. Silvera 103
2La Suerte A. Vasquez 103x
3Dalida P. B. Aguirre 112
4VIMarreal V. Rodriguez 107x
5Tap Olrl B. Dark) 114
llth Race "F-2" Natives6' Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1Peggy Q. Cruz 114
2Cacique A. Mena 106x
3Singapore B. Ortega I04x
4Politico J. Contreras 120
Royal Crown Tops Pacific
Basketball League; Two
Games Scheduled Tonight
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Teams-
Royal Crown .
Albrook Flyers
Lincoln Life .
Mauricio .
Won Lost Pet.
. 2 1 000
.1 1 .500
.1 1 .500
. t .0
SUNDAY NIGHTS GAMES
Royal Crown vs. Lincoln Life
Mauricio vs. Albrook
(First game starts at 7:00 p.m.)
The Royal Crown Bodamen
went into sole possession of first
place In the 1951 Pacific Basket-
Sail League Thursday night as
they trounced the highly touted
Albrook team 71 to 55, in the fea-
ture game of a doubleheader
played at the- Balboa Gymnasi-
um. Playing without the services
of their high scoring Karl Par-
sell, the Flyers managed to hold
the Royal Crown team to a dead-
lock for the first quarter, but in
the second quarter the Royal
Crown sharpshooters found the
range and piled up a command-
ing ten-point lead by the end of
the half.
The Albrook squad fought back
In the final quarter and at one
point drew up to within six points
of the Sodamen, but a final spurt
by the winners enabled them to
draw away and they led by six-
teen points at the end. Julio Aro-
semena was the big gun for the
Royal Crown team as he tallied
27 points to lead all scoring for
the evening, while teammates
Carlos Cells and Ruben Blades
each accounted for 10 points.
Scalfanl was high scorer for
the losers as be counted 9 points.
A misunderstanding on a deci-
sion between referees led to a cry
of "protest" from Albrook coach
Onder Oliver, but the matter was
straightened out in time to pre-
vent the protest from being al-
lowed.
In the first game, the Lincoln
Life quintet broke into the win
column as they defeated the
Mauricio team 58 to 44 In a hard-
fought tussle. The Insurance
boys piled up a ten-point lead to
the first quarter and were never
caught as they Increased their
lead to 12 points by half time.
Bob Gibson led the scoring pa-
rade for the winners as he drop-
ped 15 points through the net as
teammate Ed Capalbo scored 10.
For the 8portsmen, Sibauste
scored 16 points, high for the
game, with Mosher following him
with nine tallies.
Sunday night will find the Ro-
yal Crown team fighting to stay
on top of the heap at the ex-
pense of the Lincoln Life Insur-
ance squad, but the Lifers will
be out to hand them their first
taste of defeat and p -f"st well-
played game Is predicted.
The nightcap win mid the
Mauricio Sportsmen pitted
against the Albrook Flyers, who
will be without the services of
Parsell for the second straight
time, and the Mauricio team Is
determined to show that they are
not to be considered the door-
mats of the league in the light of
their showing In their flrat two
games.
Hllzlnger's boya are capable of
giving any team to the league a
battle and with a little more
playing together are going to be
tough to beat. The first game gets
under way at 7:00 o'clock and the
second starts Immediately after
the conclusion of the first.
The box acores:
FIRST GAME
Lincoln Life
Trout .....
Downing ..
Cabalpo. ..
McKeown .
Brady .. .,
Gibson..
FG FT TP
McArthur, G..... 2
McArthur, C..... 1
Kourany, O...... 2
McArthur, E..... 0
Carita........ 0
3
4
10
3
6
15
6
3
5
0
0
22 14 58
Mauricio
Presho ........ 2
Simons........ 1
Sibauste....... 8
Hall.......... 4
Hilzinger...... 0
flosher........ 4
Moore......... 0
Bailey........ o
Hernandez...... 0
Cotton........ 1
Perry........ 0
18
FG FT TP
1
0
4
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
5
2
16
8
1
9
0
1
0
2
0
44
Juan Franco Tips
BY "CLOCKER"
1Baby Rol Tully Saba
2 Callejera Con Dinero
3Casablanca Risita
4Golden Patricia Tap Daner
5Batan Elona
6 Montielito Mimo
7Gorsewood (e) Pamphlet
8Lacey Betun
9Welsh Loch Phoebus Apollo
10Dalida P. Golden Babe
11PoUtieo F'ggy
ONE BESTDa Ilia P.
SECOND GAME
Albrook FG FT TP
Ingram........ 2 1 5
Chatham...... 8 1 7
Lee.......... 1 4 6
Murto........ 1 0 2
Sclafan!....... 3 3 9
Bean.......... 3 o 6
DeWItt........ 0 0 0
Fraser........ 1 0 2
DeDominlco .... 2 I 5
Danlelson...... 2 0 4
Chambers...... 3 0 6
Coycault...... 1 l 3
22 11 89
Royal Crown
Tom..........
Blades........
Castorina...... 0
Willlama........ 8
Frazer........ %
Santos........ 0
Hightower...... 0
Sonell........ 1
Cells.......... 3
Arosemena..... 13
Brlndell........ Q
FG FT TP
1 S S
5
8 1
4
0
0
0
4
1
0
10
0
7
10
0
0
2
10
27
0
28 15 71
Referees: Williams and Hern-
don; Timer: Baldwin; Scorer:
LeBrun.
Lions Won't Roam
West Virginia
FRENCH CREEK, W. Va.. June
16, (NBA) West Virginia will
not be stocked with lions.
Persona stopping at the Con-
servation Commission's French
Creek game farm in the last few
weeks were worried for awhile,
Two 100-pound, year-old cubs
have been frolicking about. They
were given to the farm by a
Clarksburg man who had no
place to take care of them after
getting them from the Oklahoma
City zoo.
Farm superintendent Bill Jar-
ren, an expert at handling wild
game, wonders If his qualifica-
tions Include man-eaters.
ons
Jinn Franco
Mutuel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Black Sambo $3, $2.60. $3.20.
2Rio Mar $420, $2.20.
3Don Sizzle 82.20.
SECOND RACE
1Mueco $7.40, $2.60.
2El Maflo $2.20.
First Doubles: (Black Sam bo-
Mueco) 820.60.
THIRD RACE
1El Monge $3.40, $2.60, $2.20.
2Jepperin 83, $2.20.
3Bosforo $2.20.
Third Race One-Two: (EJ Men -
ge-Jepperin) $16.40.
FOURTH RACE
1Brochaclto 84, $3.20, $2.20.
2Torcaza $4, $2.60. j
3Domino $2.20.
Quiniela: (Brochaclto-Torca-
za) 88.48.
FIFTH RACE
1Sandwood $2.40, $2.20
2Silver Domino $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1Purple Spray $44.80, $19, $6.60.
2Battling Cloud $9.80, 86.
3Salcedo $3.20.
8EVENTH RACE
1Mosqueton $5, $2.60.
2Mllrog $3.80.
Second Doubles: (Purple Spray -
Mosqueton) $198.40.
EIGHTH RACE
1Tartufo (e) 818, $9.20, $3.60.
2Gold Cylle $9.20, $3.60
3Antecede $2.20
Quiniela: (Tartufo-Antecede)
NINTH RACE
IAgradecida $9, $3, $2.20.
2Poleckas $2.60, $5.30.
3Gay Ariel $2.20.
TENTH RACE
1Venire a Terre $6.80, $3.60.
2Haste Star (e) $3.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1Alabarda $5.80, $2 20
2Mas Fairfax $2.20.
65th AAA Group-Sweeps
USARCARIB Swim Meet
*,>
In The
PANAMA AMERICAN
The 85th AAA Group swept the
USARCARIB (Panam Area)
Swimming Meet of 1951 at the Ft.
Clayton Olympic Pool Friday
night, June 16, placing eight
finta and accumulating the to-
tal of 48 points to beat out their
nearest rival, the 33rd Infantry,
who garnered the total of 18
points. The 66th Group also pro-
duced the high point individual
scorer, Pfc Allan Owens, who
wound up with the total of 16 W
points.
The 65th Group began to blast
their way to victory In the 80-
meter Free Style, when Pfc Al-
lan Owens, crossed the finish line
with the winning time of 29.8.
8gt. Jimmy Jenkins and Pfc Bob
Hearn of the th Cavalry plac-
ed second and third respectively.
Sat. Martin King, 65th Group,
easDy copped the 100-meter Back
Stroke with the time of 1:28.5.
Cpl, Thomas McCrea, 48th Cav-
alry, was second and Cpl. Robert
jezlorskl, 33rd Infantry, placed
third.
Cpl. Lawrence Conroy, JJrd In-
fantry, captured the 200-meter
Free Style with the time of 2:47.9,
while Pfc John Daclerno and Pfc
Jose Garcia-Ocasio, 85th Group,
came In second and third,
From here on out it was the
66th Group all the way. Pfc John
Daclerno took the 400-meter
Free Style with the time of 6:46,
Sgt. Joseph Lockman, 66th team
captain, copped the 100-meter
Breast Stroke with 1:32.7, pfc Al-
len Owens-crossed the finish line
in the 100-meter Free Style with
the time of 1:11.2.
The diving events from the 3-
meter board were sparked by the
beautiful diving of Sgt. Lockman,
who coppd the event with the
total of 247.6 points, to beat out
hi snearest rival. Rowing of the
33rd Ipfantry, who wound up
with 212.6 points. Cpl. Thomas
Davenport, Atlantic Sector, fin-
ished third with the accumula-
tion of 192-3 points.
In the 200-meter Relay, the
65th team composed of Cpl. Gene
Kreighbaura. Cpl. James Gorrell,
Pfc Allen Owens and Cpl. Roger
Rlos, captured the event with the
time'of 2:0.8. The 45th Cavalry
came to second and the 33rd In-
fantry finished third.
The 65th Group team, compos-
ed of Sgt. Joseph Lockman, Sgt.
Martin King and Pfc Allen Ow-
ens, ended the night's victory by
defeating the 33rd Infantry In
the 300-meter, Medley Relay.
The Swimming Meet was cli-
maxed with the presentation of
the team award to Col. Sanford
J. Goodman, CO of the 66th AAAJ
Group, by Col. Jesse B. Well,
Commanding General of the Pa
clfic Sector. Col. Wells als epre-
sented the individual high peto
award to Pfc Allan Owens,
i
Results of the USARCARIB '
Swimming Meet
80-Meter Free Style 14
1Pfc Allan Owens. 5th Group.,
2Sgt. Jimmy Jenkins, 45th Cav.
3Pfc Bob Hearn, 45th Cav.
108-Meter Back Stroke 1:28.1
1Sgt. Martin King, 65th Grp.
2 Cpl. Thomas McCrea, 45th,
3Cpl. Robert Jezlorskl, 33rd.
200-Meter Free 8tyle 2:47.9 |
1Cpl. Lawrence Conroy, 33rd. |
2Pfc John Daclerno, '65th. i
8Pe Jose Garcia-Ocasio, 65tbi
400-Meter Free 8tyle 6:46
1Pfc John Daclerno, 65th Grp
2Pfc Jose Garcla-Qcaal, 65tW
3Sfc Rafael Lara, 504th FA.
100-'Meter Breast 8trote KSt.f
1Sgt. Joseph Lockman, 45tn. '
2Cpl. Wallace Baldwin, Atl. Sea,
3Cpl. Simon Bedrosslan, 83rd'.
100-Meter Free Style 1:11.8 !
1Pfc Allan Owens, 85th Orp.
2Pfc Lawrence Conroy, 33rd, {
8Cpl. Roger Rlos, 65th Group.
Diving 3-Meter Board
1Sgt. Joseph Lockman
65th Group........ 247.8
2Rossing, 33rd Inf...... 12.8
3 Cpl. Thomas Davenport1 '
Atl. Sector......... 192.8]
200-Meter Relay 2:0.8 .
165th Group (Cpl. Krelghbaum,
Cpl. Oorrell, Pfc Owns, Cpl,
Rlos).
300-Meter Medley Relay4:17.6
165th Group (8gt. King, Sgt,
Lockman, Pfc Owens).
Faces In
The Majors
AlWiuinar
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SUNDAY. TUNE 17, 19
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAGE

Colon Main. Bout Tonight
Local Champ Favored
To Defea^Visitor
Panamo Featherweight Champion Federico Plummer
is a slight favorite to defeat Puarto RfcaR featherweight
Jess Campos tonight in the ten-round 128-pound mam
bout at the Coln Arena.
The experts are baokhig the
local lad because ol his brilliant
Don't Go Nancy... You're Last Of Tennis Glamor Girls
SJSJj
Ertormances during workouts,
i timing has been excellent
and he has been hurting all his
sparring partners.
Also, the expert* know that
Plummer packs a good punch,
can box well and 1* lull of cour-
age besides being able to take a
The newcomer, practically an
unknown quantity except for
lasting ten rounds with Willie
Pep last week, ha impressed
fans with pepp? drills In train-
ing also but they don't know
he will act under the lire of ac-
tual competition.
The 24-year-old boxer has
been lighting in the U.8.A. for
almost four years. His last eleven
bouts show five wins by decision,
one by knockout and five losses
all by decision.
Tonight's semifinal may iteal
the how. In this bout Vicente
Worrell will be gunning lor his
sixth straight -victory. Worrell
tackles Gregorio-Peres In a six-
round bout. The fighters will
meet at a 128-pound limit.
Peres will be attempting a
come-back alter almost two
years of Inactivity. The last time
peres fought, he was knocked out
in the second round by Stanley
McKay Who was just starting
the sensational rise that took
him to lame before he got killed
In an automobile accident.
Two lour-rounders complete
the program. Carlos Watson
meets David Martinez at 1
pounds. The other preliminary
pits hard-hitting Fidel Morris
against Joe Sande at a weight
limit ol 128. -'
-*MIAI
Sarah Palfrey Cook
BY JAMES A. BURCHARD
NBA Special Correspondent
NEW YORK. (NBA) Wom-
en's tennis, a pretty dull show
since the Helen Wills Moody-He-
len Jacobs leud ended 18 years
back. Is going to be even duller
after this season.
Nancy Chaffee plans to finish
out the campaign and swap her
racket* lor a television career
and probably a husband._______
Alice Marble
Pauline Bet
Gassy Mora
With Nancy and Oussy Moran
missing, the customers watching
women's tennis will have noth-
ing to watch except tennis.
The distaff game rarely pros-
pers without cne or two good-
looking, shapely chicks who also
are better than lair.
Admittedly, this wasn't the
case In the old days. Not when
Helen Jacobs ware pulverizing
the ball. But it's been the case
Alice Marble, cute' In white
shorts, took oVer the title and
most of the male eyes In 1936.
She was ably supported In the
latter department by Sarah Pal-
frey. Then came Pauline Betz,
another lass who looked like a
such "c'ompetTtive standout as professional model in tennis re-
Helen Wills, Suzanne Lenglen.i galla, n-*.,, >,
Molla Mallory. Betty Nutall and It remained for Pussy, how-
Oillinger Finally Is With Mates
Who Tell Him What's Going On
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
CHICAGO, June 18 (NBA)In White Box liv*ry. Robert
Benard DUUnger once more looks like the third baseman and
lead-off hltte? the Browns sold to the Athletics or 1100.000.
The landing of Bob Dllllnger Is another chantar the
story of the astonishing Chicago Americans, made all the more
spectacular by the element of almost total surprise.
All the bespectacled DUUnger has doneatace thesouth alders
nicked him up on waivers Is hustle his head oil, bat .400, steal
base* and make remarkable plays In clutches.
%hen Frank Lane took over a. ^1 manager, he knew
paclos comiskey Park;was for the swltftles. Hed fcave the
lumbering blokes lor the waller orchards. So he ,"!? ^
DeWltt of the Little Brownies 1100 000 and two players for
Dllllnger, who ultimately went to the A'., IeiilmUar ttMJMtton.
DUUnger hit .309 for Connie Mack In 84 games.but in a
wretched season, the front office found It imperative to salvage
aft of the 100 grand, so away the fleet Idaho alumnus went to
the affluent Pirates lor $80,000.
IN THE DOG HOUSE AT SX1.8M
Lane waived on him. suspecting that maybe something was
wrmSbut when he lound DUUnger perfertWsound--wdm the
dwfhousethis spring, the Sox's head man bided his toot.
^Branch RlckeV doesn't like to pay a hired hand $31,000. not
ven with John Galbralths money, especially when he is persona
non grata.
So DUUnger was picked'up lor the waiver price May 15^ ap-
parehtly had tumbled little more than a season.
But Lane hadn't forgotten his original appraisal, had an idea
DUUnger lacked only Incentive. He couldn't for the Ule of hu see
them laughing off an accomplished third baseman with a flve-
yeaT major league average of .804. andw who after leadlnitwo
minor wheels In runs scored and stolen bases, topped the Ameri-
can In hits and three times In stolen bases.
PIRATES KEPT IT A SECRET
DUUnger got in wrong with the Wttsburgh clubi by being
thrown out at the plate while representing the winning run at
^T2tf&&&. him. but didn't, d houldhav.
assessed Wally Westlake. the next hitter, and half of the rates
in the dugout for not shouting "Slide!" Informing DUUnger what
was taking place behind his back. .,_,.?.
Tom iaifell was on second base with one out In the eighth,
when the batter dropped a Texas Leaguer mto cenUr field DU-
Unger was In position to see that the ball was going to drop saie-
ly'^oe" Miefde^'the ball would have to straighten up and
throw. ....<-
Approaching third base, he saw SaffeU still tagging up. and
shouted "Go on!" En route to the plate, he nearly slapped on
SaffeU's heels, had to slow up.
WHITE SOX KEEP HIM POSTED
Roy Campanula, the Brooklyn catcher. puUedand. worked
the old trick. He stood with his hands on his hips, seemingly
disgusted that there was no throw.
Seeing SaffeU cross the plate standing up, DUUnger saw no
reason to hit the dirt. (i
The result was that Duke Snlder's throw narrowly missed
* Anyway. CampaneUa' got the ball and put It on him at the
last split second.
DUUnger will never again laU lor the ancient stratagen. Hell
slide regardless, which is what he should have done in Flatbush
But the White Sox won't stand and sit around and see him
be caught off guard.
Not whUe Paul Richards is in command.
That's not the least reason whv Bob DUUnger is quite another
ball player with a club that U beaded somewhere.
Smiths Spurned $40,000 For South Dakota;
Old Gray Gentleman Is Going Strong At Nine
By BEN DAHLMAN
NEA Special Correspondent
CDiCINNATI. June 16 (NEA)
Al Smltha and South Dakota are
back at River Downs.
Smltha has been training for
48 years. He Is 83. but those dim
blue eyes brighten like a debu-
tante's when you mention his
great pal.
South Dakota's presence at
River Downs means more spec-
tacular racing oh the part of the
nkje-year-old gelding affection-
ately known as the Old Gray
Gentleman and the Gray Ghost.
Smltha and South Dakota are
Inseparable. '.
Someone offered Smltha $40,-
000 for South Dakota in 1945, but
he turned it down.
He could have used the money,
but dismissed the offer with:
"Once In a lifetime you get
hold of a horse like South Dako-
ta.
'He means more to me than
that big money."
South Dakota is one of the ve-
ry few offspring of Omaha, the
Triple Crown winner, that a-
mounted to much..
The friendship between smltha
and South Dakota started In 1943
at a yearling sale on Phil Chlnn's
farm, hard by Lexington. Ky.
Few wanted to invest in thor-
Bob Neyland Bobby Doda
oughbreds during World War II.
You hardly could
horses
give
ftWftV
There strode into the ring a
gray fellow. He looked good to Al
Smltha.
Smltha offered as much as
$350, was somewhat shocked
when the auctioneer accepted his
But Smltha and South Dakota
got along swimmingly. The gel-
ding has won 38 races and $72,-
M5- ,
South Dakota runs equally well
at six furlongs and two miles.
He polished off his campaign
last year winning the $5000 added
two-mile Marathon Handicap at
River Downs, July 8, came back
to win the mUe-and-a-slxteenth
River Downs Championship, an-
other $5000 stake, a week later.
He was the biggest moneywinner
of the meeting.
On Aug. 4.1945, at three. South
Dakota won a mUe-and-70-yard
race at River Downs in 1:40, a
new world record, with 122
pounds up.
Five years later, he established
a new River Downs track record
of 2:30 3-5 lor a mUe-and-a-half.
South Dakota and Smltha did
not lose much time going after
River Downs dough this year. He
made his 1951 debut in the elx-
iurlong New River Downs Handi-
cap. There was a $2000 purse to
be won. He ran out of the money,
but was Just warming up.
"Is the gelding all right?
Smltha was asked.
"All right!" he replied. "Why,
he improves with age."
Al mitha recalls the day he-
put South Dakota In a $1200
claiming race at ChurchUl Downs
at three.
"1 sweated off six pounds, in
fear that someone would claim
my baby." he says. "No one did,
but I never took the same chance
again."
There was an opportunity for
someone to claim a $40,000 horse
for $1200, but they missed the bus.
Naaey. Charlee
ever, to make the most of abbre-
viated costumes without too
much abiUty to back them up.
When Gussy took her famed
panties to the pros, all wasn't
lost.
Nancy remained.
So now comes another crisis.
The only possible replacement
Is Beverly Baker. She got otf to a
strong start, recently wowing the
French connoisseurs with a dar-
ing silk ensemble.
But Beverly Isn't likely to make
the glamor grade. Looking Uke a
schoolgirl playing hooky, she's
doomed to draw cheers Instead of
leers.
No, with Nancy gone, women's
tennis wUl have to rely on ten-
nis. And there's nothing In sight
to alleviate this crisis.
'Who's Nancy going to marry?
Why, Ralph Kiner, of course. -
She's decided to launch a tt-
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Immediate Delivery Good Condition
Specially Priced
at $300.00
(U. S. Dollar*)
F.O.B.NewYork
H. Schmerzler
levlslon show on the Pacific
coast next laU with Ralph as her
co-star.
Richards Closed
Deal For Minoso
CLEVELAND. June 18 (NEA)
General Manager. Frank Lane has
come in for much praise for
classy trading since the White
Sox made odd-makers re-exam-
ine their booksbut none of it
from Hank Qreenberg.
The Cleveland general mana-
ger says Lane is falsely taking
credit for the deal which put
Orestes Minoso in the Chicago
camp.
"We couldn't get together with
Lane," says the erstwhile Tiger
thumper. "Finally, we gave up
and his manager, Paul Richards,
talked to us. Paul wanted Minoso
and we set up a trade. Lane was
not even around"
ASK FOR
Haig
SCOTCH WHISKY *^
Neyland And Dodd Agree Colleges Built
Frankenstein In Two-Platoen Football
By BOB WILSON
NEA Special Correspondent
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. June 18
(NEA) Athletic bosses of many
major colleges suddenly are wak-
ing up to the fact that what Brig.
Gen. Bob Neyland has been
preaching for the past four years
about two-platoon football even-
tually being the ruination of the
coUege sport Is well on Its way to
becoming a reaUty.
Coach Bobby Dodd of Georgia
Tech sees eye-to-eye with his old
Tennessee tutor.
Dodd points out that the ex-
pense of operating the two-pla-
toon system has many college
athletic department treasuries
headed for bankruptcy.
Many colleges went In the red
last season because the cost of
keeping 100 or more athletes on
scholarships and paying addi-
tional coaches exceeded the mo-
ney taken in.
Only the other day a dispatch
from Los Angeles stated that the
Pacific Coast Conference is con-
sidering abolishing the highly-
controversial free substituUon
rule.
under the old rule, players
could not be substituted In the
same quarter in which they left
the game.
General Neyland beUeves that
the sudden wide-spread disap-
proval of the two-platoon system
will result in the rule being
T^^L\flA^onZ ciallst. instead of coaching and
btkf
Cotlector' ^rtemS
..j
New Shipment ROYAL DOULTON
FIGURINES
i
.
Balloon Man
Carpet Sailer
Patchwork Quilt
Broken Lance
Top o'the Hill
Autumn Breezes
Blithe Morning
Deidre
Janet
Cissie
Jersey Milkmaid
Orange Lady
Marguerite
Dorcas
Rose
Grandma
Gossips
Day Dreams
Sweet Anne
FalstafJ
EFFICIENCY MENEddie Lopat resins Yogi Berras love as
well as his own The Yankees' left-hander opened the season with
six straight,victories. the resplendent. earned-run^. average
Collegiate Athletic Association at
its meeting next January.
"All at. once It is being realized
that they have built a Franken-
stein in the two-platoon system,"
he says.
"It has reduced spectator ap-
peal, hampered character build-
ing to a big extent, pyramided
the cost of operaUon. diminished
the necessity for sound coaching,
causing coaches to hunt for spe-
THREE OF A KIND
New York (NEA) The only
triple dead heat In American
stakes history was recorded at
Aqueduct In 1944. Bossuet. Brow-
nie and Wait a Bit came down as
one in the Carter Handicap.
TOP TEAM
Ithaca. N.Y. (NEA) Winner
of 18 of 31 games, Ithaca com-
pleted Its best baseball season In
history runner-up for the NCAA
[District 2 championship.
developing aU-around players.
"AU it does is to place a prem-
ium on big schools and big-
coaching staffs."
Neyland cites a case on his
Tennessee team which indicates
that many good football players
do not get to play much footbaU
under the two-platoon system.
In 1848 John GruNe, an end,
played well for us as a freshman,
starting some games," he says.
"He showed promise In spring
practjee of being a shade better
as a varsity man.
"We Installed the two-platoon
system. After the season started.
Oruble wanted to know why he
wasn't getting to play more.
"The answer was that he was
caught between Jim Powell, one
of the best offensive ends In the
Southeastern Conference, and
Bud Sherrod, one ol the finest
defensive ends In the country.
Unless ore of them got hurt, Gru-
uble seldom In a game.
"Under the old system, where
players were used on offense and
defense. Gruble might have been
a better all-around player than
either Powell or Sherrod.
"As soon as the offense im-
proves under the current system,
the defense develops^ust as last."
Neyland estimates that the
abolishment of the two-platoon
Sstem would save Tennessee
0,000 in operating expense.
Under the old rule, the Tennes-
see squad could be reduced from
70 to 50 Dlayeri.
This would cut the cost of op-
eration $25,000 in scholarships,
plus the cost of equipment, trav-
eling expense and room and
board on trips.
"At the last coaches' meeting,
the vote was 2-1 In favor of re-
taining the two-platoon system.
"But since then many coaches
have changed their minds, and
now favor returning to the old
system." concludes Brlg.-Oen.
Bob Neyland.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JTJNX 17, 151
Stove Has Double Purpose
BY GAYNOR MADDUX
NEA Staff Writer
HOT POOD COOKED ON A FOLDING STOVEIt's a penlo
even U it's only la your back yard.
Outdoor cooking Is with us. So
also, whether we talk about It or
not. Is the tension caused by
world events. The other days as
I tested some new portable metal
stoves, -which .use unleaded gas-
oline. It occurred to me that
these sturdy cooking/ gadgets
would make very practicarstaiid-
by equipment In case of an
emergency.
Let's take a look at some of
them with cooking In the back-
yard or on the picnic grounds
foremost In our minds. There's
a single burner camp stove which
can be set right on the picnic
table. It U somewhat like the
Coleman OI stove, but Is built
lower and the flame can be re-
gulated.
There are two folding camp
stoves that call for making ham-
burgers and broiling franks, or
even fancier foods, for the crowd
on the lawn. One has two flames,
the other three, and they can be
regulated. Large windshields
protect the flames. These also
use unleaded gasoline.
Although an outdoor fireplace
may be more romantic and cook-
ing over charcoal certainly has
its advantages, these gasoline
Stoves fill a very definite need.
They do not tie the outdoor cook
down to a particular stop, they
do not demand last-minute hunt-
ing about for firewood, they do
not smoke and there's no pro-
blem in putting out a fireas of
course all good campers always
must do. Easy to pack up and
transport, they are adding their
call to outdoor cooking, which Is
usually the summer-time hobby
of the men of the family.
Perfect Hamburgers
(3 hamburgers)
Ope lb. top round, ground
twice, salt, pepper and nothing
else.
Shape the meat into three
hamburgers, ever so lightly. Do
not pack or handle. The lighter
you keep them the Juicier the
ilnlshed products will be. Qet a
heavy iron pan very hot. Do not
grease it. It should be plain dry
and sizzling. Plank the hamburg-
ers on to the sizzling pan. cook
about l'i minutes on one side
(for rare), turn and cook a little
more on the other. Serve at once
on soft rolls, season with salt
and pepper and a little garlic
salt, and a pat of butter.
There is no finer hamburger.
It will be charred on the out-
side, tender and red on the in-
side.
Jjp^fv) Women's Vi/orld j
Cmj/o/m K-waled esLook
^ranion A/ie Separated C^na ^lapaan
This streamlined gray broadcloth sheath dress by Greta Plattry
provides the basis for wardrobe chantes that take the wearer
through an entire day. It's worn (left) with white pique jib Jacket
for weekend travel. For informal evening (center) the dress is con-
verted to glamor by yellow organdy doable-apron oversklrt. For
afternoon, there's a gray voile tunic (right) with natural straw belt.
FOOD NEWS
by l~naj*)Qju>
A WMkly column of (hopping note*,
cipa*,**
IP YOUR FAMILY ENJOYS EATING FISH, but you don't especially
eajoy preparing it, then here's good news! Birds Eye fish come to
>ur kitchen already cleaned and ready to cook with heads,
tjils, bones and skin removed. No more nuisance and no more
whste vou eat every ounce you pay for. Birds Eye buys the fresh-
en fish the boats bring into port.then quick-freezes them a short
time later so that their freshness and flavor are preserved. Birds
Ee Perch, which you'll need for today's recipe, come in tender
fillets thSlttrrn sl/zllng brown and delicious when you bake them
under a coaling of onion, green pepper, and butter. You can buy
Birds Eye Haddock and Cod in filiis, too. They're such remark-
ally good eating and so handy, all wrapped neatly in their clean
cellophane covering. Save work and time, eliminate that unplea-
sant fishy smell in the refrigerator. Keep them frozen until they're
rifely to use, then thaw them at room temperature.
y^l box (I pound) Birds Eye 2 tablespoons diced green
I Ocean Perch Fillets, thawed pepper
3 tablespoons melted butter
2 tomatoes, cut In small
wedges
i ucean reren
tyt teaspoon salt
Dash of pepper
1'S teaspoon basil
, 2 tablespoons chopped onion
Separate fillets and arialge in greased shallow asking dish. Sea-
sdr. with salt, pepper, and basil. Then sprinkle with onion, green
pepper, and 2 tablespoons of the butter. Bake in hot oven (400F.)
19 minutes. Remove from oven. Arrange tomato wedges around
lih, brush with remaining butter, and season to taste with addi-
tional salt and pepper. Bake 15 to 20 minutes longer. Make 4 serv-
ings.
WE TAKE SO MANY THINGS
FOR GRANTED in these days
of mix-easy recipes and scienti-
fically designed ingredients!
Take baking powder, for in-
stance. Did you ever stop to
think how much research and
know-how went into the prepa-
ration of Calumet? Or what the
meaning of "Double Action" ac-
tually is? It's something of a
miracle. For the first action
takes place right in the mixing
bowl. Then, regardless of delay
or interruption, the second ac-
tion is held In reserve until you
put your cake into the oven.
There, Calumet releases tiny
bubbles that float through the
batter and lift it gently up, so
that it's light as air when its
done! That's why cakes are so
light and porous when they're
baked with Calumet. That's why
double-acting Calumet is your
beat bet. In baking.
LUCE VARIETY AT BREAK-
.FAST TIME? Then here's a gay
idea: fill a serving tray with
the contents of a Post Tens
package and use it for a center-
piece at the breakfast table.
The Post Tens assortment con-
tains ten individual packages
of cereal In one carton ...includ-
ing Post Toastes, 40% Bran
Flakes, Sugar Crsp. Grape-Nuts
Flakes, Shredded Wheat, Raisin
Bran, and Grape-Nuts. Each
member of the family can take
his choice! The little packages
contain Just enough for one
serving apiece.
ANOTHER BREAKFAST FA-
VORITE is Baker's Cocoa. It's
nourishing as well as delicious.
aa ideal way to add extra milk
to the breakiast menu Baker's
Breakfast Cocoa adds food va-
lue, too; contains at least 22
per cent cocoa butter, gives you
protein, fats, carbohydrates, and
minerals. You add sugar, so you
can control the sweetening to
your own taste. It makes a cool
chocolate milk shake, chocolate
ieggnog. frosting and syrup
sauce. Directions for these are
on the- outside wrapper. Keep
this extra-rich cocoa on hand.
COOKING FOR BABY can add
quite a load to your normal
kitchen routine. His little ce-
reals and dishes need special
preparation, except in instances
where one good product can
^double for baby and for grown-
1 ups as well. A "two-way" dessert
'of this type is Jell-O Tapioca
Pudding. As a basic pudding, it's
wonderful for babies. When the
doctor says the youngster is
old enough for soft 'cereals, he
can begin entoylng delicate
Jel-0 Tapioca Pudding. It cooks
in about live short minutes, and
vou can set aside a portion for
him, then dress up the other
servings with strawberry pre-
serves. Jam, or whlpoed cream.
You'll have luscious desserts for
the adults, in a variety of fla-
|vors: Vanilla, Chocolate, or Or-
ange Coconut. Baby wijl get Just
as much satisfaction out of
smooth, creamy Jell-O Tapioca
Puddings as you do., and Just
as much nourishment, too. For
youngsters of all ages, this des-
sert means a special treat, and
, for Mom, whose hours In the
; kitchen should be short and
easy as possible, it's a perfect
wav to solve two problems at
once.
BY GAILE DDGAS
NEA Staft Writer
NEW YORK(NEA) Separ-
ates that are meant for each
other are the specialty of de-
signer Greta Plattry, who be-
lieves that a wardrobe, though
moderately priced, should have
an Impressive, custom-created
look.
The day of slapdash separates,
in which a woman put together
a white broadcloth shirt, a blue
denim skirt and a green sweater,
are gone. Denim Is strawberry
pink or sunflower yellow now
and separates are carefully plan-
ned to go together.
Week-end wardrobes for sum-
mer are favorites with this de-
signer. She has evolved a num-
ber of convertibles, each group
planned around a basic color and
a basic design. In one, she be-
flns with a sleeveless Norfolk
scket of crisp oyster white line
and adds brief shorts In seashell
brown linen. As an alternate,
there's a slim skirt in the same
brown linen. Next, there are
baretop linen camisole and yel-
low organdy oversklrt for sum-
mer evenmgs.
Some of these convertible
wardrobes are done in black-
and-white, others In purple-and-
lime, still dress, for business or
street wear is topped by a brief
white pique Jib Jacket. As an al-
ternative to this Jacket, there's
a duster in the white pique that's
eye-catching.
For afternoon wear, a gray
voile tunic slips over the head
and Is belted hi neatly by a nat-
ural straw belt. For Informal
evenings, the sheat Is trans-
formed by a yellow organdy
double-apron oversklrt.
Relax To Ease
A Tense Face
For the sake of beauty as well
as your general physical well-
being, you should learn to relax.
These suggestions may prove
helpful.
Choose. If possible, a quiet spot
for your period of relaxation. No
matter how comfortable the liv-
ing room couch is, you'll probab-
ly find it difficult to un-tense if
your children are playing In cir-
cles around you or if other
adults are passing to and for
through the room.
Having selected your isolated
spotthe bedroom or perhaps
the sun porchyour next step is
to arrange for physical comfort.
Stretch out flat upon a firm,
springy mattress and tuck a pil-
low under your head and neck.
Another should be placed be-
neath your knees. Then cushion
your elbows with small, infant-
size pillows. Support at these
Important points will relieve
tired muscles of part of the
strain of holding your body in
position.
Having eased your body, next
tackle your mind. Since much
tension results from mental fa-
tigue, allow your brain a period
of rest from its merry-go-round
of anxiety
One of -the best ways to ac-
complish this Is to give It a spec-
ific, non-demanding task that
requires concentration. Don't
allow your mind to wander or
It's likely to stray back into old
unhappy ruts.
A good trick is to appoint your
mind ring-master over your
muscles. Think consciously of
each muscle in your bodystart-
ing with those that wrinkle your
foreheadand direct each one
In turn to play deadthat is,
go limp. Follow this relaxation
procedure all the way down to
the tip of your toes.
SECRETARY
RUNS FROM BOSS
~s\eep oLoiion ^rn ^/\itcht
Hand lotion, kept within convenient reach in the kitchen, aids this
iiMinriiukrr in keeping her hands soft and lovely despite ravages
ol dishwater and household crime.
The homemaker who walls
that her hands are doomed to
roughness and redness because
of the kind of work she does is
really making excuses, whether
she realizes it or not.
What she's truly saying is that
she doesn't consider her hands
sufficiently important to make
an effort In behalf of their love-
liness.
Any housewife and child care,
Is Justified in reacting indign-
antly when it's suggested she
adopt elaborate, time-consuming
routines. Any woman, however,
who's Interested in retaining
her esentlal feminity should be
willing to devote a few minutes
each day to overcoming her
hand problem.
Face It frankly. Hands that
are continually-thrust Into dish
pans, scrub pails and laundry
tubs are a problem. As the skin
dries out from constant immer-
sion m soapy water, scallness
develops. Fingernails tend to be-
come brittle.
One answer is prevention.
Learn to use rubber gloves for
yoar Indoors tasks and canvas
work gloves for your outdoor
chores. Yon may feel a bit
clumsy! at first, but practice
reduces awkwardness.
Aa an added measure, when
you're engaged m particularly
dirty tasks, make a practice of
smoothing hand lotion on before
you don your gloves. Or. if you
find gloves unmanageable, use
lotion as a substitute, smoothing
on a thorough coating before you
tackle the job.
Scrape your fingernails a-
croas a cake of slightly mois-
tened soap to prevent Imbed-
ded grime beneath their tips.
If your hands suffer primarily
from dlsh-washlngton, try this
same trick Apply a protective
coating Just before you begin
and again when you finish. This
will help counteract drying. A
good choice is a creamy- laven-
der-blue-tinted lotion that dries
quickly, leaving no oily residue.
It's a good Idea to keep a bottle
of hand lotion In a handy spot
near your sink. Impulses toward
hand care are often canceled out
by the thought of walking all the
way to your bedroom vanity.
C^xpert \A/arn5
^Jtaaint Jnat
/\au/ruae oLook
By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UP.)Grandma
didn't trot off to the beauty
shop every week but she had a
better skin than most of her
granddaughters. Georgette Klln-
ger says.
Miss Klinger, a cosmetologist,
said it's pathetic what the mod-
ern woman does to her skin with
summer sun and makeup.
"You'd think her face was
made of rawhide, the way
she treats it," said the young
and attractive Miss Klinger,
who specializes in cosmetic*
for "problem" complexions.
She said most women wear too
much makeup and the excess
Just messes up the skin's breath-
ing system. Pores get all clogged
up. she added, and the /esult Is
a "dirty, grey look once the
makeup comes off."
Miss Klinger also opposed the
deep sun-tans women get each
summer.
"They're Just making them-
selves old before their time," she
said. She contended that no
matter haw you protect the skin,
repeated tanning Just naturally
dries out some of the native oils.
"They never can be replaced,"
she said. "After a fw summers,
skins begin to look like old lea-
ther."
Miss Klinger admitted that
sunshine also has its benefits to
the akin. "But," she warned,
"only in small doses... no burn-
ing."
She wouldn't deprive women of
makeup which she sells. She
Just warned that "the old coat
has to come off before a new
one goes on."
Back Again. .
to serve your
beauty needs
Cft/y/i
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amme mm
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W
^Mappu
%tk*r'j 2>y/
r
ith some it's Pop,
With others Dad.
Just as with some...
It's son or lad.
Than again we have a misa
Sometimes called "baby sis"!
H
E may be stout,
He may be lean.
But scarce with love
He's never been. .
But rather Is he always there
To solve all problems, banish
cares I
UK'S a gentleman
Of knowing honor.
Like knights of old
In shining armor,
Though different suits ne's
wont to shod
When Retting ready for his bad!
A MS of brawn
Or mind of steel.
He's not a myth...
But mighty real.
Whether Dad, Pop or My Old
Man,
He's the guy honored today
Throughout the land!
RUTH MILLETT Says'.
It haa been quite the thing
during the past ten years to tell
grownups what they owe adoles-
cents. But It hasn't been so po-
pular bo tall adolescents what
they owe adultsparticularly the
two who are responsible for
them, their parents.
Here, anyway, are a few of the
things that you members of the
high school crowd owe your own
parents.
ONE. To abide by parents'
wishes in such matters as where
you go, whether or not you drink
and smoke, and similar ques-
tions. An adolescent can often
put a lot over on a doting parent,
but it isn't playing fair.
TWO. To give as well as take.
Maybe your best friend isn't ex-
pected to do anything around
home. Nevertheless, if you know
your own mother needs a helping
hand, you should lend it.
THREE. Not to put the pres-
sure on Mom and Dad for things
they can't afford. Here again, if
you're pathetic enough about it,
you may get the things you be-
lieve you Just can't get along
without. The fact that parents
hate to deny their children any-
thing Is one you shouldn't take
advantage of.
FOUR. To be honest with them.
Telling yourself you don't want
to upset them or that they won't
understand is no excuse for de-
ceiving parents.
FIVE. To let them know you
really do appreciate all they are
doing for you and are trying to
do. They've got a pretty big Job,
you know, trying to guide you as
wisely as they can. to give you
as much as they can, to under-
stand you as well as they can.
Let them know you appreciate
them and that will make It all
worth while.
SIX. To spare them a little ot
your time. You've lots of inter-
ests, of coarse, but it's a great
pleasure to parents occasionally
to have a teen-ager do something
with them without acting aa
though it is pretty boring;.
Helpful Hints
To antique unfinished pint,
stain with a solution of strong
tea and a little water. Then add
two thin coat ot white shellac
and wax. Be sure the wood is
thoroughly dry between each
application.
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fUNDAY. JUNE 17. 1951
&,393,tUUM.iU-'D.l.Batlo*281'2
en In the Card Room of the Hotel
Tivoll In Ancon will be the fol-
lowing: Monday, Birdie Hewitt;
Tuesday, Evelyn Moore; Wednes-
day. Gene Simpson; Thursday,
Gladys Barnard; Friday. Dot
Mallon; Saturday. Amy Sartaln
The hours at the Little Gallery
are 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Gardening Group to
Meet on Wednesday
The Gardening Group of the
Balboa Woman's Club will men
Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the home,
of Mrs. Charles P. Morgan. Plans
for the coming year will be made
at that time. Members planning
to attend are asked to contact
"Mrs. Morgan at the Ancon Green-
house.
Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Pux-
ale, No. 377, published today..
^Mtlantic ^>ocieti
MISS CARMEN CRISTINA HERNANDEZ, whose engagement
m Is announced today.
MISS CARMEN HERNANDEZ TO WED
db "jgsrst OTn2* of -1 w&S-T:
"^XS.SSftKlisi-.t. of Balboa High Schooland
uttmded the Sacred Heart Academy in Buenos Aires, aJ"
,nd Presentlyserving on the staff of the S.nt. Tomas
H0SThi.''weddlnr will Uke place on Friday, June It, six o'-
clock m the e^enini at the National Sanctuary of the Heart
of Mary in Panama. i______
Reception For
Marian Anderson
The Charge d'Affaires ad In-
terim of the United States of
America and Mrs. Murray M
Wise, with the cooperation of trie
Public Affairs Officer and Mrs.
Joseph J. Dempsey, will offer an
afternoon reception In honor of
the famous American contralto,
Miss Marian Anderson, at the
Embassy Residence on La Cresta
at 4 p.m. tomorrow. *
The reception, originally set
for this afternoon, has been
changed because of a delay In
Miss Anderson's arrival.
Peter S. Lang Leaves
To Rejoin His Ship
Peter 8. Lang, Fireman Ap-
prentice in the U. S. Navy left
yesterday by plane for New York,
after spending two weeks' leave
with hb parents, Mr. and_ Mrs.
Thomas J. Dee of Diablo Heights.
Mr. Lang will travel to New
London, Conn., to rejoin his ship,
the destroyer U.S.S. Wltek.
Albrook Women's Club
To Give Luncheon
The Albrook Field Women s
Club will hold a luncheon meeting
on Tuesday at l p.m. at the Al-
brook Officers' Club.
There will be an election of of-
ficers' for the coming year.
llam F. Clary will take place on
Wednesday. .....m
Guests at the affair In addition
to Miss Newland were her moth-
er, Mrs. William Kenneth New-
land; the mother of Miss New-
land's fiance, Mrs. William F.
Clary; a house guest of the New-
lands for the wedding, Mrs. Albert
B. Goodenow, Miss Newland s
matron of honor-to-be, Mrs.
Margaret Brlscoe Berner; her
bridesmaid-to-be, Miss Beatlna
Alexander; Mrs. C. DeWltt Brls-
coe; Mrs. E. N. Stokes, Mrs. W. L.
Simpson, Mrs. Charles P. Mor-
gan, Mrs. Bronson Rlgby, Mrs.
Stanley Yost, Mrs. A. C. Garllng-
ton, Mrs. Frank H. Irwln, Mrs.
Eugene C. Lombard, Mrs. Rich-
ardson Selee, Mrs. A. B. Hutch-
ing*, Mrs. Harry Y. Comley, Mrs.
Raymond T. Ferris, Mrs. Murray
M. Wise, Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mrs.
Fred deV. Sill, Miss Molly Rlgby,
and Miss Patricia Rlgby.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs.
Berner and Miss Alexander will
entertain for Miss Newland at a
miscellaneous shower to be given
at Miss Alexander's quarters
1349-B, Fifteenth Naval District.
Duplicate Bridge at
Diablo Tomorrow Night
Duplicate contract bridge will
be played tomorrow, evening at
8:45 at the Diablo Heights Club-
house., New players are Invited.
Messrs. Newland to
Arrive Tomorrow
Guy Martin Newland, who has
Just been graduated from Prince-
ton University, and William Ross
Newland, who has completed his
junior year at the University of
Idaho, will arrive tomorrow on
the 8. 8. Panam to visit their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kenneth Newland of Diablo
Height*. On Wednesday they will
be ushers at the marriage of their
sister, Miss Mary Martin New-
land, to Dr. William Franklin
Clary.
Yesterday Dr. William Suther-
land of Miami, a former class-
mate of Dr. Clary at the Univer-
sity of Tennessee, arrived by air-
plane to be here for the wedding.
He will be Dr. Clary's best man.
Valerie Jean Tucker
Christened Yesterday
Miss Valerie Jean Tucker,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A.
Tucker of Corozal, was christen-
ed yesterday afternoon at St.
Luke's Cathedral in Ancon by the
Very Reverend Raymond T. Fer-
ris.
Following the ceremony, Dr.
and Mrs. Tucker entertained at
dinner at their residence. Their
guests were Dr. and Mrs. John
Wilkerson of Cristobal, godpar-
ents of the baby, Miss Catherine
Jackelln, Dr. Robert Stewart, Dr.
and Mrs. Louis Leland, and Mrs.
J. C. Tucker.
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MR. AND MRS. PULLER
HONOR DEPARTING COUPLES
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Puller were hosts for a cocktail
party at their Brasoa Heights residence, between the hours
o 500 and 7:00 p.m. Saturday, to honor Captain and Mr.
Robert S. Fahle, and, Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Darling who
are leaving the Isthmus In the near future.______
Miss Zimmerman Honored
wiiu Kitchen Shower
Miss Louise Zimmerman, whose
wedding to Mr. Harold E. Small,
Jr., on June 23 Is of Interest to a
wide circle of friends on both
sides of the Isthmus, was honor-
ed with a Kitchen snower given
by Mrs. Howard Clark at her re-
sidence In Colon Friday after-
noon.
After the gifts were opened re-
freshments were served from a
table centered with a miniature
banquet will be held at the Ga-
tun Union Church tomorrow
evening at 5:30.
A delicious dinner Is being
planned by Mrs. William Ba-
ders and Mrs. Leon Egolf. A pro-
gram has been planned in wnlch
the adults and sons will partici-
pate. Mr. William Badders will
be master of ceremonies.
No tickets are on sale. The price
of the dinner Is a dollar4 for fa-
thers and 50 cents for sons un-
der ten years of age. All of the
bride's cake, topped with a bride men and their sons In the com-
and groom under a delicate arbor | munity are cordially invited to
of baby's oreath. Mrs. Walter attend.
By UNITED FRESH
Readers who hailed Norman
Mailer's The Naked and the
Dead probably will be disap-
pointed In his second novel,
Barbery Shore (Rlnehart). It Is
a wordy, rather vague story a-
bout six characters In a Brook-
lyn rooming house who talk In-
terminably about Communism
and the state of the world. They
comprle a disillusioned American
Communist, his unkempt wife,
their three-year-old daughter,
a writer, a secret .agent and a
frustrated girl. The book Is
weighted with symbolism and
dialogue and short on action...
Shower fo Miss Hernandes
At Army and Navy Club
mTs. DeWltt Myers and Mrs. Ar-
win Janssen were hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower and tea
yesterday afternoon at the Army
and Navy Club given In honor of
Miss Carmen Hernandez, whose
marriage to Mr. Juan Massot will
take place on June 22. There were
35 guests at the affair.
St. Luke's Parish Meeting
Set For Tomorrow Evening
The semi-annual pariah meet-
ing and community supper of St.
Luke's Episcopal Cathedral will
take place tomorrow evening at
6:30.
College Commuter
Covers 70 Miles
To School, Back
MONTGOMERY. Wa. Va.. June
16. (UP) William Burdette fig-
ures he's gone a distance equal
to one-and-onehalf times around
the world to get his college edu-
cation without leaving the
state.
Burdette lives at Lookout, W.
Va., 35 miles from here.
During four years at West Vir-
ginia Tech., he has commuted
the distance every school day.
The round tfip over the rugged
mountain road takes him more
than two hours.
Mrs. Lewis B. Moore
Honors Miss Mary Newland
Mr. Lewis B. Moore of Balboa
Heights was hostess at a lunch-
eon given at her residence yes-
terday to honor Miss Mary New-
land, whose marriage to Dr. Wll-
Mr. and Mrs. Toledano
To Return Tuesday
Mr .and Mrs. Ramon Toledano
of Panam will return to the
Isthmus by plane Tuesday eve-
ning from New York, after vaca-
tioning extensively In the States.
Mr. and Mrs. Brandon
Leave For Lima
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandon
left by plane Friday Iqr, their
home in Lima, Peru, after a short
visit to the Isthmus as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Lerchen
of Diablo Heights.
Elks To Hold
"Sad Sack" Dance
Elks' Lodge No. 1414 will hold a
"Sad Sack" dance at the Elks'
Club on La Boca Road In Balboa
on Saturday, June 23. Those at-
tending are requested to "dress"
for the occasion. The affair Is
open to Elks and their guests.
Fenwomen's Gallery
Hostesses Listed
The hostesses for this week at
the Little Oallery of the Nation-
al League of American Penwom-
"
REGISTRATIONS STILL OPEN
FOR SUMMER CLAS8ES
with
DOROTHY CHASE
Excellent opportunity for Beginners
and Little Tota.
TAP BALLET TOE
Applications also taken for a Special
Boys Class which will start in July.
For all Information and Interviews
call 2-1751.
REFRESCOS, S. A.
Notice of Annual Meeting; of Stockholders
Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of
the Common Stockholders o Refrescos, 8. A., a cor-
poration of the Republic of Panama, will be held on
the 2nd day of July, 1951 at 10 o'clock In the forenoon
at the office of the Corporation. Avenida Central No. 33.
Panam City, R. de P.. for the purpose ol, considering
and acting upon such business as may properly be
brought before the meeting.
Visiting t/*w Lfort f
For A Comfortable
More Pleasant Stay
So Convenient To Fverythlni
HOTEL
DAUPHIN
With Kitchenette
2 PERSONS
S5.00 TO S8.00
For Special weekly rala
Writ* to
BRUCE I. CAMPBELL. Manager
HOTEL DAUPHIN
Broadway al 7th Street
New York B. N.T.
"Enjoy OUR friendly, congenial at-
mosphere with all the comfort of
voua home-
Sherman's march to the aea
set the stage for one of the great
dramas of history. Earl Schenck
Mlers has taken the historical
factg together with letters and
other documents and woven
them Into a novel-like account
with Sherman as hero and villa-
in The General Who Marched to
Hell (Knopf i recreates the at-
mosphere of war and horror and
brings to life the controversial
figure of Sherman and a host
of others who took part In the
events of the march of destruc-
tion...
Liberties of the Mind by
Charles Morgan (Macmlllan) Is
a stimulating collection of es-
says assailing the "gangsters of
spirit" whose despotic material-
ism alms "at destroying liberty
by destroying man's will and
capacity for it." The individual
in the western world must fight
and win the great battle for
freedom to think for himself a-
galnst the spreading collective
forces which seek "to drive men
into the belief that they have
no real existence except as un-
its in a mass." Morgan Is a Brit-
ish writer, author of the novel
The Fountain...
A new approach to the pro-
blem of treating alcoholics Is
contained In Nutrition and Al-
coholism (U. of Oklahoma
Press) by Roger J. Williams of
the University of Texas, a bio-
chemist who has done exten-
sive clinical research into the
subject.
His theory 's that proper diet
and the proper balance of vita-
mins will end the desire for ex-
cessive amounts of alcohol. Wil-
liams gives details of his experi-
ments and presents a complic-
ated vitamin formula which he
thinks will work in many cases...
Compiled by Publishers' Weekly
FICTION
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
James Jones.
PROUD NEW FLAGS
F. van Wyck Mason.
THE CAINE MUTINY
Herman Wouk.
FESTIVAL
J. B. Priestley.
JOY STREET
Frances Parkinson Keyes.
NON-FICTION
WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL
Jack Lalt and Lee Mortimer.
A KING'S STORY
Duke of Windsor.
KON-TIKI
Thor Heyerdahl.
HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW
Ethel Waters and Charles
Sammuels.
ROMMEL THE DESERT FOX
Brigadier Desmond Young.
THE RIDDLE OF MACARTHUR
John Gunther.
Easton of Fort Kobbe, presided at
the tea table.
The guests included Mrs. Geo.
Zimmerman, mother of the t:on-
oree, Mrs. Howard Hennhig. Mrs.
William A. Van 81clen, Mrs. Jul-
ius Bornefeld, Mrs. Frederick
Haselotf, Mrs. Gunther Hlrsch-
feld, Mrs. Minnie Hausel, Mrs.
Olmedo Al faro, Mrs. Kenneth
del Valle Mrs. Arthur Livingston,
Mrs. William C. Webber. Mrs. J.
L. Cook. Mrs. Wlgham and Mrs.
Ruth Page.
Luncheon Honors Visitor
Mrs. Gilbert H. Furey and Mrs.
Paul Stewart entertained with a
luncheon at the Hotel Washing-
ton yesterday for Mrs. Walter
Reeves, Sr of Gulick Heights.
The other guests Included: Mrs.
Walter Reeves, Sr., Mrs. Helen
Meislnger, Mrs. A. L. Leach and
Mrs. Leonard Long.
Visitors on the Pacific Side
Captain and Mrs. L. L. Koe-
pke are the weekend guests .of
Captain and and Mrs. A. C.
Wood of the 15th Naval District.
Recent Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Cot-
trell of Gatun, left by plane Fri-
day for Miami. They will visit
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butcher In
the city and will' be Joined by
their son Emerson A. Cottrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell will take
a plane to Newark. N.J.. and
drive from there to their home
in Eland, Wisconsin. They will be
joined by Mr. Emerson Cottrell
who Is on a fifteen day furlough
from Reese Air Field at Lubbock,
Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell will re-
turn In six weeks.
New Orleans and Pascagoula,
Mississippi, before going to Ne-
braska City, Neb., to visit his fa-
mily. Following their vacation
Sgt. Rakes will be stationed jt
Tampa, Florida.
Mrs. Rakes is the former Ma
Mary Louise 8cranton, daughtsjr
of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Scranton r
France Field.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix ente;,
talned with an Informal dlnnef
party at their Oatun home. The*
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. G
Roland of St. Louis, Missouri,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 81ever|,
Miss Elaine Slevers. Robert Slew
ers Jr. and Jeanlne Nix.
Mr. and Mrs. Roland haw
been visiting their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sic vet*
for the past two months and will
leave on the 26 on the Chirlqui t$
return to their home.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Black-
burn and sop. BUI, sailed for New
York. They will attend the grad-
uation of their son, Sam. from
the United States Maritime Aca-
demy at King's Point, New York,
on June 21.
After graduation they will vis-
it In Nashville. Tenn. and St.
Louis. Mo., before returning to
the Isthmus.
Trailer-To-Train
Idea to Benefit
Nation's Railroads
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., June 18.
(UP.). Charles H. Martin, In-
ventor of the truck trailer, has
come up with a new device that
will benefit railroads.
Martin's Invention enables a
man to roll a 10-ton loaded trail-
er onto a flat car In a few min-
utes.
With his new device, he says,
freight can be hauled by the
railroad at a fraction of what
It costs to haul It over the high-
ways.
The Invention does away with
the task of loading a truck trail-
er, driving It to a freight yard
and then unloading the contents
for rail shopment.
Trailers have been moved onto
flat cars before but Martin's In-
vention makes the Job quick and
easy for one man.____________
I.A.W.C. Installation Luncheon
The knttual Installation Lun-
cheon for the Colon Unit of the
Inter-American Woman's Club
will be held Saturday at 12:30
p.m. at the Hotel Washington.
Mrs. Gunther Htrschfeld. the
retiring president, will turn the
gavel over to Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke,
the Incoming president.
Special guests for the occasion
will be Mrs. Harry D. Scheibla.
the founder of the organization
with Mrs. Eugene Lombard and
Mrs. Cecilia Arias, the Incoming
and retiring presidents of the Pa-
nama Unit, Mrs. Henry L. Don-
ovan and Mrs. Benjamin Chen,
the incoming and retiring vice-
presidents from Panama.
Reservations must be in by
Thursday. They may be made by
calling Mrs. Eduardo Castillo.
Colon 698. Mrs. Hans lilies. Co-
lon 207, Mrs. Julio Nino, Colon
13-L and Mrs. Frederick Hase-
loff, Cristobal 2103.
Truck Trailer
May Be Newest
Post Office
AVON LAKE. O.. June 16 (UJP.)
The U.8. Mall Service soon
may get a motorized treatment,
rlyallng the rail-borne mall care-
now operated by the nation"';
railroads.
The Fruehauf Trailer Co., has.
plans on its drawing boards for-
a truck-trailer post office whlcH
Is designed to do the lob now*
done by the railroad mall car.
A company official says thia '
is an outgrowth of the govern-
ment's recent action giving In-
creased preference to truck-
trailer mall deliveries.
The big advantage, as Frue-
hauf sees it, would be to make
It possible to deliver mall more
swiftly to areas not now touched
by railroads.
Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor
Compton and their children,
Misses Jane and Becky and Har-
ry, left Friday to make their
home In the 8tates. They will
visit her relatives on Long Island
and at Adamston. New Jersey,
and his sister and brother-in-
law, Colonel and Mrs. E. M. Be-
nltez at Governor's Island, before
deciding where they will reside.
Encyclopaedia Brltannlca has
released the 1951 edition of 1U
World Atlas. This book Is an
Ideal library, school and home
Item, packed with global Infor-
mation on birth and death rates,
language-patterns and literacy.
appraisals of comparative im-
portance of pivotal regions, be-
sides the usual maps and geo-
graphical data. The master Index
makes everything easy to find.
The" Mutinous Wind by Eliza-
beth Reynard (Houghton Mif-
flhi): A tale of witchcraft based
on an old legend of Cape Cod.
It is the story of a girl who
pledged her soul to procure a
ship for her lover by using the
strange spells she had learned
from ancient books left her by
her father. She Is given a chance
to redeem her soul, and her de-
cision and its effect on the peo-
ple around her brings the tale
to a thrilling climax.
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ATTENTION!
ATLANTIC SIDE BOYS AND GIRLSAGES 4 TO 1 YEAR8
YOU ARE INVITED TO
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
at the
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Cristbal, Canal Zone.
DateJune 18th through 29th.
Time9:00 til 11:30 a.m.
No Enrollment cost! Bas Transportation on V.B.S. Bu
Free! Just Come! Bible Stories, Singing, Handwork ana
Other Good things Teo! Lots of Fun.
JUST ROUND UP YOUR FRIENDS AND COME ALONO 1
Father and Son
Banquet at Gatun
The annual Father and Son
Helpful Hints
For good balance a. color
scheme requieres three elements
a light color, a dark color an
a vivid accent. If the room Is
small, a light shade used on the
walls will give an illusion of
space, a dark shade for rugs or
carpets will be restful, and a
bright color, used sparingly In
lamp shades, hassocks or other
accessories, will add interest.
Mrs. R. K. Hanna with her
sons, Bobby, Billy. Tommy and
Johnny sailed Friday to spend
the summer mbnths at her home
in Buffalo, New York.
Miss Mary Worrell was among
the teachers who sailed Friday.
8he has a year's sabbatical leave
from her art work at the Cris-
tobal High School and will spend
part of the time with her family
In Mexico, Missouri.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Eno sailed
yesterday on the 88 Paraguay for
Antwerp. They wiU, spend an ex-
tended vacation touring the Eu-
ropean countries.
Musical Beep Helps
Defense Program
MINNEAPOLIS. June 18 (U.P.).
The musical beep, familiar as j
a radio time signal, has been
harnessed for the defense effort^
by a group of scientists here.
Broadcast rourfd-the-clock bj]\
the Bureau of Standards, the
note A above middle C. Is picked
up by short-wave and used to
regulate the speed of gyroscopes
being made here by the Mlnnea- .
polls-Honeywell Co.
The electronic gyroscopes,
which are used for precision
bombing, require exactly 400
cycles of electrical current everjr
second. The beep, broadcast b%
the bureau's nation, WWV. 1
correct within two-one hundred
milllonths of a second. The sign
al Is used to check an electronic.
tuning fork. The fork Is thei
hitched to an amplifier to re
guate the power which Is sup
plied to run the gyro.
the
will
the
Men's Fellowship Meeting
The Men's Fellowship of
Margarita Union Church
meet tomorrow evening at
Margarita Clubhouse.
tt. John Prehl will be the guest
speaker and will speak on "Safe
Driving." A moving picture on
the same subject will be shown,
entitled "Then There were Four."
Costume Jewelry that discolor
your skin may simply need a
good brushing with warm, soapy
water. Then rinse and dry tho-
roughly, and coat with colorless
nail polish.
You can convert an old whlsk-
broom Into a handy gadget for
brushing out hard-to-get-into
corners. Simply trim off the
corners so that the broomstraws
for a sharp V. Wash after us-
ing in warm soapsuds, rinse and
dry In the sunshine.
Sgt. and Mrs. Rakes
Leave for the States
Sergeant and Mrs. Dale G.
Rakes, of Albrook Field left by
plane during the week after com-
pleting a tour of duty on the
Isthmus.
They will visit her relatives In
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Me. 55 West ink Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" trtelFanami
No. 12.111 Central Ave.Colea.
FOR SALE
Mii.''Mt*holfl
;FCR SALE: Gos stove. 4 burner
witfi oven, apartment site, good
condition. Needs'cleaning $30.00.
AH fishing tcckle. Phone 83-
_257.____________
CCR SALE:Rose Mlnton Dinner Set.
SHvtr service fer eight. Wicker set.
Mohogany tools. Library. Vonity.
Indian Pottery. 4. Ireland Crochet
beVipreoc!*. Misc. Household ef-
fect. Hoo'ler vacuum cleaner.
Bclbcs. 1302-A. Gaviln Reed.
FOR SALE
Automobile
POR SALI: 194*
green 2 eeet eedea
Nes* "400"
en aew tlree
ne1 eeet caven. A f*4 clean eer,
ead del
Onty $1*7 tora .4 4rtve k away.
COLPAN MOTORS INC., yew
O0, MlftCURY d**lef, an ett-
femekile raw.
FOR SALE.1947 Bulck 4 Door Se-
dan. Excellent condition. House
5965-8, Smith Piece, Dioblo Hgts.
SR SALE:Tables, chest', double
springs ond traitresses. SI0.00 eo.
Dining table, 6 choirs, lamp*. 2000
fi> A. First St., Curundu. Tel. 83-
6186.
FOR SALE:Boby Scales ond Boby
Bossinete. House I43I-D, Corr St.
Balboa. C. Z._______ ______
FOR SALE:-^Refrlgerctor. Westing -
hove. 9 CU. ft. les* 'lian 2 Yts.
old. More than 30% off originol
price. Tel. 4-523.
FOR SALE:Simmons Studio Couch.
lotest model, Simmons double bed,
with spring and mattress, maho-
gany vonity. two night tobies.
FOR SALI:194 Llncela 4 dee* se-
dan, green, f*ed white (Ma well
tires, amh-kutten wlaeewi. A
weetderM bay- Only Sl7 dewa
MTtnan. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
year PORO. MIRCURY eel*., an
FOR SALE:1934 Sedon. In good
running condition throughout,
SI IS. 0778-A. Williamson Ploce.
Balboe. 2-6384.
FOR SALI:1944 O
4 dee* seeten, free*. 4
plastic seat caver.
ie a ateel. Onty f
to***. COLPAN
year PORO. MIRC
\
Oe Sate,
tires,
o. ThU cer
"
SS I
Jeeler, aa
&
"tending lamp, bronie ash trey, re- K>R ****>1950 Chevrolet 4 door
dlo RCA Q-34, 7 tubes, three Vene-
tian blinds, oil comoletely new.
50 St. 23. opertment 7, Venezuela
corner.
Stylellne .sedon. 8,000 miles. Will
finance, Balboa 2-2952.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da yau have a drinking areblem?
Write Alcehelics Ananymeu
ax 2031 Anean. C Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALF;High gloss oil point*
and enamels. Miloew-prool. S3.25
gallon. Tropidura Stores.
FOR SALE:Plumbing business. For
Information telephone Ponomo 3-
0291 Mondoy after 11:00 o. m.
FOR SALE:_Rodk> G. E., 7 Ban,,
Toble Model $20.00. 5465-K,
Diablo.
RESORTS
Williams Santa Oar Beoch Cottages.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion Rockgas ranges. Phone Bol-
boo 2-3050. Except weekends
"hallos. Beoch cottages. Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gromlieh's Sent Claro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rate* Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Houses
Bids will be received in the office of
the General Manager, Commissary
Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z., until 3:00
p. m., Fridoy, July 6, 1951, when
they will be opened in public, for
furnishing 650,000 pounds, or al-
ternately 325,000 pounds of Fin*
Granulated Sugar. Forms of pro-
posal, with full particulars, may
be obtained in the office of th*
Supply 6 Service Director, Bljal-
boo Heights, or of the General
Manager, Commissary Division,
Mt. Hope, C. Z.
FOR RENT:July and August, com-
pletely well furnished. 3 bedroom
house, garden, hot water, $75.00
per month. Tel. Poname 3-2045.
FOR SALE:General Electric six-tube
table radio, excellent condition.
$30; green woven rug, $3. House
0763, ooertment F, Wllllomson
Place. Belboa.
FOR SALE:Babygrond plono, dln-
ingroom set, upholstered, sideboard.
House 7030, Seventh Street, Apt.
12, Colon.
FOR SALE: The most beautiful
leven piece mahogany dining-
room suit* in Ponoma. *and cerved
by Itolien ertist. qenulne leother
upholstery. Originol cost $3.000.-
00, sole price $1.000.00. Apply
Peru Avenue No. 89, ony time.
Mr. and Mrs. Castro.
FOR SALEPorcelain top toble. plain
wooden table, foldinp wooden table.
Houta 598 Bohio, Aneon.
FOR SALI:1944 Snick keedeaeeter.
4 d**e eedaa, dark ray, 4 ea
tlrel. seat cavers. Meat be teen t*
appreciate. Only $297 eWwn pay-
ment. .COLPAN MOTORS INC..
yew FORD, MIRCURY 4aaUr. *a
ataeaabHa raw.
FOR SALE:AKC Femele Boxer Pup.
86-3)42.
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodg* 2 Door
Sedan, leather upholstery, n w
tires, excellent condition. House
1513. Apt. D. Ake* St. or co
2-2768.
FOR SALI.144 01 earns* is "7<"
2 dear eeden, 2 tana Mpe. 4 goed
tires, ayeraeaeti*. seat cavar. A
clean tai. Only $29S dawn serf.
m.nt. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
yaw FORD. MIRCURY dealer, aa
aaremeell* raw. >
FOR SALE
Real Estate
A RIAL IAR0AIN Lefevre Pork,
9th. Streat, chalet, 2 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, llvingroom and din-
"* 'ingroom, maid's room ond swlia-
*rn( peel, for only 6.10.000.00.
attractive facilities for payment,
"olff & Co.. 5th. Street. 22, Tel
tf-^8.______________
"ALE OR RENT:33 hectares
fatm land, larpe river, Cocoll,
Bnami. V. Davis. Box 2835. Crls-
al. _______________
SALE:Chalet In Cresta Hex-
Ma. All concrete. 3 bedrooms,
8* livlnproom. dlningroom,
iskfost nook, bathroom, kitchen.
porch. All til* floor. Screen
rir all around. Light and woter
cilities. Gos Installations. Grounds
proximotely 3600 square me-
Irs. Eas financing t*rms. Aooly
Btso y Jaromillo Ltdo. Tel. 136.
bln.
POR SALE:Concrete house portly
furnished In Cermeo, located bo-
lide telegraph office. Inquire ot
house No. 31 ;n Cermeo. Sunday
morning.
FOR SALE: $350. 1940 Pontloc
Sport Coupe. Excellent running
condition. 2000-A, First St. Curun-
du. Tel. 13-6116.
FOR SALE: 1948 Bulck Special
Sedonette, less then 1 1,000 miles,
radio, s*ot covers, und*r-coot*d.
Fine condition, $1,200. Call Bal-
boa. 2300. .
FOR SALI*4 Ck.ry.ler H.w Yerbar,
4 ear redan, tan, ff**d tire, ra*le,
Yen Mt bay batter Head ear
fer this erke. Only $!6 daw*
payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
year FOR. MIRCURY dealer, en
auremebile raw.
FOR SALE: .Girl's bike 26", like
new. $30.00. Tel. Gamboa 128.
FOR SALE: Bell ond Howell. 70
DA movie camera, 16 mm with 3
Taylor Hobson, cook lenses end
cos*. $275.00. Phone office 82-
2180 or home 82-2293.
FOR SALE: Defender's negative
developers 6-D ond 16-V, Paper
Developers 53-D, 54 D and 55D
also Edwol's III, InC-nslfier Re-
ducer ond Sepia Tower also Fixing
Bath I I F. For those who prefer
to compound their own solutions
we offer a complete assortment of
Bulk Chemicas, mode by Mellen-
shovek ond by Edwals, Undo &
Maduro S. A. No. 29 Eost 24th
St. Phone 3-1683 ond 6-1691, P.
.0. fax 1038 Panama.
Wanted Position
FOR RENT: Furnished residence,
llvingroom, dlningroom, 3 bed-
rooms, 3 bathrooms, large terrace,
2 porches, garden. El Trbol, No.
70. Centrel Avenue. Tel. 2-3004.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished part
ment. Contocf office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
oportment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubleta 3-
1716.
FOR RENT: In Bella Viste, Son
Martin Avenue No. 6. Upstairs
apartment, entire floor, completely
furnished: large porch, bar, living-
room, dlningroom, 3 bedrooms, of-
fice, large bathroom, inquire bot-
tom floor.
FOR RENT
Rooms
European desires position as book-
keeper or cashier. Speaks English
and some Spanish. P. O. Box 743,
Aneen.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Experienced cook, Corn-
eo Alegre, corner of 51st ond Ri-
carda Arias Streets, oportment 3.
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth Super
De Luxe, 4 Door Sedan, to wmile-
age, good condition, $1,000. Tel.
Belboa 3755. rfter 4:30.
FOR SALI:1940 H-dee* 4
aedaa. Meek, time fair. ,-4
Haaeaartatleei. $150 **> and drive
ft ewey. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
year FORD. MIRCURY dealer, aa
ejeeaabile 'aw.
FOR SALE:Plymouth, 2 .door se-
dan 1942. Light grey. Must seU,
first $400.00 tokes it. Good con-
dition. Coll ot nous* 5658-K.
Magoon St. Dioblo Heights, 6-8 p.
m.
Eisenhower Declines
Boy Scout's Dollar
BINGHAMTON. N. Y.. June 16.
(UP. i. Nine-year-old Robert
A. Whitney haa the admiration
of the boys In his neighborhood.
He received a letter from Oen.
Dwlght D. dnsenhower. Robert
sent the -famous general a dollar
bill and wrote:
*Tv beard the boys overseas
need cigarettes. Maybe this will
buy some for them."
Prom Paris the genial Ike
wrote back:
"Thank you for your heart-
warming letter." He explained,
however. It would be hard to de-
cid* which soldiers to give the
cigarettes to.
Therefore. Oen. Elsenhower
returned the money and sug-
gested the young civilian put It
to use In some of the cub Scout
work he was undertaking.
Daylight Saving
Puzzles Kitty
HARRISBl RG. Fa.. June IS.
'I't.l. The Lee ataafman
faaaily owns a Zl-year-old An-
- gora cat that bas acted as the
! family alarm clock since her
sdtten days.
1 Buttercup, the Kaajfsaa
. Mid, gees U each I sirga
' doe* in their heme at seven
I eaeh morning and meows viol-
ently until every member ef
. the family Is up and about.
e- Daylight saving time, haw.
k>*y*r. throws the cat off ached -
' sue. The Ktofm-ns said that
I It takes bar about a month te
i etch up to the clock.
FOR SALE:OWsmoblle Rocket 88.
4 door sedon. lote 1949. Hydra-
motic, 4 new tires, radio, seot cov-
ers, undercoeted, heovy bumper
guords end other accessories. Coll
Tolbott. Curundu. 83-6117.
FOR SALE:1950 Super Bulck Con-
vertible, good condition, Dynaflow
and many extras. Coll 6-323 any
time.
FOR SALE: 1934 Ford V8. four
door seden. Good tires, new bat-
tery. House 2185-A, Surundu, C.
FOR SALE:1950 Dodge Mayfarer.
2 room sedon. Excellent condition,
low mileage, todio and air condi-
tioner, con be flnoneed. Call 84-
2277.
SERVICE ON ALL MAKES OF CARS
Expert on mechanical glass or
body works, satisfaction guaran-
teed. Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE-1949 iuick Roodmoster
Sedon Dynoflow, radio, excellent
condition. Phone Balboa 2984.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet 2 Door.
Good condition, $180. Balboa
6312. 1420-A, Cerr St._________
WANTED
Automobile*
Couple Adopts Quintet
To W'~* H-e o'ne
CHEPACHET. R. I.. June 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawk-
Ins had almost decided to sell
their rjneroom suburban home.
With their three children mar-
ried, the house was too big for
th*m.
But the Hawkins' liked the
place. "It's still a wonderful place
for children," Mrs. Hawkins re-
minded her husband. So the
couple adopted five youngsters
four sisters and a brotherand
started rearing a new family.
WANTED: Ford 1947 D* Lux*
Club Coup*, contoct SAS Service
Station. Tel. 3-0035.
WANTED
Miscellaneoua
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
In residential section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
sign leas*. Panama 3-1684, 5 Ie
8 p. m.
WANTED.Homes for tome, pretty
kittens, two months old. House
587 X Ancon Conol Zone.
There's ne room
for doubt...
when you purchase your
BUILDING
MATERIALS
> at
OUR STORES
QUALITY
RELIABILITY
SERVICE
f~ii/m
t*.
t North Ave. Tel. 2-M1I
Ne. S Martin See Street
TeX 3-1484
FOR RENT:Rooms. House No. 2.
23 Eost St. Information the some
house. ,
FOR RENT.-Furnished room. Amer-
leon home, near Ancon. IIjs Stop,
to American woman. References
required, Tel. Ponoma 2-3067.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:36 Ft. Wheeler Cabin
Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete gollery,
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 Gamboa Boat Club oil day
Saturday and Sunday or by ap-
pointment. $4,500. 83-4295.
FOR SALE: 36 Ft. Cobln Cruiser
(Huckins Flyer), powered by V-8
Kermath motors. $1,200 spent on
motors, gas tanks, shafts, bear-
ings and occessories. Needs some
corpenter and mechanical work.
Factory price today $18,000. Must
sell at once. Best offer over $1.-
000. Motors ond tronsmissions
worth more than that. Con be
seen on Marine Railway, Balboa
Yacht Club. Abernothy, telephone
83-6257.

FOR SALE:12 Ft. Boot ond Troiler.
half price, $75.00. Cristobal 3-
1436.
FOR SALE: 21 Ft. soilboot com-
pletely equipped, including out-
board motor, ond 2 sets sails.
Appraisol $350. Will sacrifice at
$250. Owners leaving for States.
Call Ft. Clayton 3122 or 3134.
Amismen Settle
In New York State
CONEWANOO, N. Y.. June 16.
(U.P.I. This fertile western
New York valley community has
acquired a band of new settlers
consisting of more than 100
Amlsh families.
The families migrated from
the vicinities of Sharon, PT.. and
Geneva, O., where the deeply-
religious Amlsh folk have lived
for years.
The Amishman is conspicuous
by his broad-brimmed hat, drab
suit and Brother Jonathan chln-
patch. He lives plainly and pre-
fers to barter rather than pay
cash.
These people refuse to own
any vehicle or piece of farm
machinery that "rides on rub-
ber." Their chief mode of trans-
portation is horse and buggy.
However, they ride buses and
make use of cars "on hire."
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
nave around the house
and In your car.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sises
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc
79 Central Ave. Tel. 3 mi
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Per CUSHIONS SUP-COVKtta .aa
our ihaw-row Cmtem t^H tarid-
TIOJML UJ^LSTttToTHefee) J
3-Day All-Expense
San Bias Tour Will
Include Porfobefo
A three-day all-expana* tour
of the San Bias Islands aboard a
comfortable vessel has been or-
ganized by "Jungle Jim" Price
for the mid-week embracing In-
dependence Day.
The trlp/startlng from Ancon
or Panama City will cover three
full days, July 3. 4 and 5 and win
Include a stop In the old pirate
stronghold of Portobelo to visit
the three large forts, see the
Black Christ statue and pass the
rock in the harbor near which
Sir Francis Drake was burled.
In the San Bias, the party will
enjoy swimming, flsh-spearlng, a-
welner roast, sailboatlng In dug-
outs and visits to several unin-
habited Islands.
The group will sleep ashore on
the Island of Porvenir.
For this three-day all-expense
tour the price Is $40 per passen-
ger, children under 10 years $25.
For reservations or Information
call Jungle Jim Price, Panama 3-
3344 or. Tlvoli Travel Agency, $
Tivoli Avenue, Panama Tours, 18
Tlvoli Avenue, or Persons Travel
Bureau In Hotel El Panam.
'AT THE GATES
OF HELL LOOKING
(Continued from Page 1
been the colored picture of a
cerebrum lifted from any me-
dical book.
FDR's Dog Fala Still Romps
As Loved Pet at Hyde Park
HYDE PARK. NY., June 18.
(UP.). Some people wonder
what's happened to the most
famous dog of th* Twentieth
Century, Fala.
Ha's 11 years old now and con-
tinues to lead a retired "dog's
life" at Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt's
expansive Val-Klll cottage here.
The nation's "first canine" dis-
appeared from the public y-
slx years ago after the death of
his famous master, President
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Since
than, he has romped about free-
ly at home and occasionally has
accompanied his mistress to the
Roosevelt historic site for vari-
ous memorial services.
His best playmate these days
Is one of his grandsons. Tamas
McFalla. When nobody's home,
he frequently Is the guest of
Miss Margaret I. Suckley, of
nearby Rhlnebeck, distant cous-
in of the late President and the
one Who Introduced Fala to his
master.
The famous Scottie U still
coal black and as perky and
appealing- as h* was In the ear-
ly 4fg when bis name was a
household word through the
nation,
Fala was born April 7, I860 a
son of peter and Wendy. He was
owned by Mrs. Augustus O. Kel-
log; of Westport, Conn. She of-
fered aim to her friend, Miss
fwl?y' wh, to turn uffeted
that.ht would make an Ideal dog
for the President.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 8-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model U1F Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factorv Prices.
PORRAS
Flaaa 8 dr Mayo
Panam. R. P.
Ho^^rf^monns^al
r and was
ted" Nov. 10. From then until
th, his fi
International height*
of the mushroom was the slend- Vear a .. 5.. nal
er stem and on the edges of the EH Nr?v in St^S? *d cloud were many cotors of the hismastl'r' ri^ m. tJ?tn u,?tU
to*tejftj dJ *' 01ShTternItiOdneftaithh;^t{a,ne rMe
list : i rived Hghtmeter
SieifiS;
. Polaroid Land Camera .
Contax
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adjoining International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Leaky lletrl ''El rana mi")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave. Act I
Office: Tel. -31S7 -. Heeae: 3-S7S*
HOURS: Monear thru trida*
t to It a.m.
Menear. Wedae*ar. Taonaa* '
to t p.m.
atarSas g am. to 1 >..
Keep Kool
LOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP
El Panama
Air Conditioned
/frW
W
PET HOSPITAL
U Via Porrea (8. >randa aa.)
aerase the krtdge ea the right.
Ot. 4. V. errnane Li.. Vetertnar?
Hoars: tarn II aeon S p.m m
Phone J-Jlts Peaeaat
P.O. Boa SIS. Panana
Nemis of Speedsters
Vetoes Use of Trap
CLEVELAND. O June 16 (UP.)
Catching speeders can be
handled on a sporting basis. Just
as can any other game of hunter
and hunted, according to motor-
cycle patrolman Robert N. Crax-
ton of suburban Cleveland
Heights.
Craxton holds the record for
catching the most speeders in
the suburb with 125 of them over
the past 10 months.
He disdains the "speed trap"
method of hiding behind a bill-
board.
"When I'm out on the motor-
cycle, I never hide," he says. "I
believe In staying in plain view."
prevailing hue.
The scientists calmly discuss-
ed the formation.
It was only a minute later but
It seemed much longer than
that wheh there came a terrific
rumble through the loud speak-
er.
The sound of the "bang" was
just passing Parry Island. A
few seconds later we got the full
shock of the sound on Bnl-
wetok. It was like a great thun-
der clap.
In that great ball of fire was
more energy than has ever been
assembled in one place by man
since the beginning of the
world.
For many minutes we stood
there on the beach. That cloud
would go around the world sev-
eral times before It dissipated.
In it were many of the secrets
of this thermonuclear experi-
ment. In the multitudinous
highly sensitive Instruments
placed on the surrounding Is-
lands wete many other secrets.
Within two hour the "hot"
planes participating in the ex-
periment had returned to the
airstrip and their recordings
were on their way to the atomic
laboratories In th United
ates.
There were no mishaps. With-
in two and a half hours a party
of radiological scientists landed
on the "shof Island and safely
approached to within 850 yards
of the center of the "bang" and
had reported their findings.
Late that afternoon when the
sun was setting behind the hori-
zon we flew over the 'target
island and looked down from
the sky. There was nothing on
the island left standing except
the charred remains of palm
stur.)s. The huge steel tower
from "which the bomb had been
detonated had been vaporised.
As I gazed down on the utter
destruction and hopeless desola-
tion below I heard once again
in my ears what a two-star
major general, a hero of World
War H, had said o me that
morning after the "bang," as
we had leaned over the rail of
the LST returning us to our
billet Island:
"It looks as though we are
ilaylng with things which be-
ong only to God."
Tomorrow: Steaks and t0-cent
bourbon keep Eniwetok moral*
high.
Hobo Collie Befriended
When Dog Catcher Acts
COVINOTON. Ky., June 18.
(UP.). Big Boy. a hobo dog.
knows now he has plenty of
friends.
Big Boy's only crime was that
of sleeping anywhere In town.
But he was welcome everywhere.
Then the dog catcher caught
up with the big collie.
His friends saw him In the
wagon and nearly everyone in
the Latonla district offered to
ball him out. A collection was
taken up. a license and collar
bought and Big Boy now Is free
to sleep where he pleases again.
wD,url"K his "term" at the
white House, Fala scampered
around the grounds during the
day and slept on a rug in the
President's bedroom at night. He
frequently accompanied FDR on
train, car or boat trips and was
wiyi the President when he mei
Winston Churchill for the Atlan'
tic Charter tsts.
Perhaps his most famous trip
was when he went with hi*
master to th Aleutians. Rpub-'
licans charged the dog was left
behind and that a destroyer r-'
turned for him at the expensd
of thousands of dollars to tax-,
payers.
Since Roosevelt's death Fala
publicity has dropped off con-
siderably.
In November of 1949, he tan<
gled with Blase, Elliot Roose-
velt's huge bull mastiff. Although1
Fala fared badly, Blase paid
with his life for th encounter.
He was killed and his brains sen;
to Albany for a rabias test.
Fala hit the iront pages again.
th following summer, whe<
Mrs. Roosevelt took him to Main*
with her. A Portland hotel told
her ah could not have the dog
in her room so she cancelled hef
reservation and, with Fala, span
th night In a nearby tourls
cabin.
The curly-haired black dog'
fame is assured for posterity.
The Roeexvelt memorial libra-
ry her* hu hi complete Iterv
plus thousands of letters and
cards addressed to rla.
Th collection Include letter1
suggesting that Fala "visit"
numerous female dogs through-'
out the country and two outright1;
requests, addressed directly to
Fala, to mate with apparently'
willing female scottles.
Also Included in the Fala ex-
hibit Is the No. 1 gold license tag
Issued to him by the commis-
sioners of the District of Co-'
lumbia.
The file* show that Fala orlg-
lnallv was n/med Big Boy. The
President rechristened him "af-
ter a remote direct ancestor";
S*ine.,i1urr,iy-"the outl*w of!
Fala Hill." Fala Hill was th an-,
cestral horn In Scotland of th!
President's ancestor.
Foreign Legion Gets
Horde Of Ex-Nazis
SAIGON, Indo-Chlna, June 16.
(UP.). Oermans fighting In
Indo-Chlna with th French
Foreign Legion, many of them
former Hitler SS troops, cold
shoulder the idea of building a
nw German army to dam com-
munism.
Fw want to rturn to Ger-
many, Like Legionnaires of o-
ther nationalities, most of them
are trying to make a clean break
with th past.
Not all of them condemn th
notion of a new German army.
They merely shrug. They want
no part of It.
"I Joined (/ie Legion) because
I was finished with Germany
and wanted a new life," said
Cpl. "F.B.," a muscular, brown-
mugtached young German who
carries the blue tattoo of the SS
just above one elbow.
"I want to become a French
citizen. Most of us do."
He was speaking ior his Ger-
man barracks mates at a post
near Saigon.
The entire Legion now num-
bers about 30.000 men of whom
some 20,000 are In Indo-Chlna.
How many of them are German
Is one of the organization's of-
ficial secrets, but th percentage
has been estimated a high as
70 per cent.
Thousands of them recruited
In 1848 and 1847 are kecomlng
eligible for /charge, Includ-
ing men In nearly every Legion
nit who wear the SS tattoo.
Legionnaires are put through
a gruelling basic training at Sidl-
Bel-Abbes on the burning sands
of Morocco. Films and fiction
ky ROBERT BRANSON
O
have fostered the notion that October.
the Lglon is composed chiefly
of criminals seeking refuge from
i"*1.*!- J?e Le*lon h* *lw*y
denied this strongly, pointing
out that would-be recruits art
eheckad against pollc "wanted*
list before they are accepted.
yn afUr he 1 accepted, any
Uclounalre m*y be handed ovr
to civilian police If serious charg-
es are brought to light. ,
moat of th men he command
most of the men he command
are refugees from war tragedy,
disgrace or family troubles. On'
of his privates told the officer a*
joined the Legion because h
found his wlf was uhfalthfuLi
Another, a Belgian, failed .
cruelal university examination.1
The Legion admit* it dew
not look to deeply late) a man's
P*t if pollc arc satisfied. A
one-time Vichy feed minister
reportedly is tervlng as a miss
sergeant with the Legin in i
Indo-Chlna.
Life In the Legion is hard, but
neither as brutal nor romantic*
as some times depleted on thJ
cren. A private serving in Indo-
Chlna, earn about 80S piastres
(840) a month. He lives most of;
the time In fighting zone; pri-',
mltlvely. j
Discipline is harsh. The pun-!
ishment for missing mornlnatl
roll caU, for Instance, is a dar
in the brig. J\
Because they are mercenaries'
whose chosen profession is fight-!
lng, Legionnaires often received
tougher battle assignments than]
conscripted units. One regiment]
alone suffered 950 casualtfe last;
QdL^x&u
'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 LOVEJOT Kathleen
RYAN Richard CARLSON -
Lieyd BRIDGES
Also: At 5 and*9 p.m.-
RAUL IRIARTE
AND HIS ARGENTINE ORCHESTRA



SUNDAY. JUNE 17. 1MU
THF SUNDAY AMERICAN
PAGE SEVEN
Work Simplification Classes Graduate

rnMPlFTION OF FORMAL 'WORK SIMPLIFICATION' training at Corozal was marked by
raduS exercLs in the SiBnal Offices, Thursday. Lt. Col. Frederick J. Coffey, Acting
SenalOMlcer Coital Rave a short talk prior to presentation of certificates He stressed
the lmnortance of each Individual's efforts toward work simplification and pointed out the
savinK^lrdv made* in time and money. The Kraduates in Classes TI and III have been
charted with continuance 'of eTiorts to reduce red tape and Inefficiency. Future plans call
foradditional research and improvement In the field of work simplification, and application
10 ArAt top'hfpresenu certificates to the graduates In 'Work Simplification' Class II. (left
to rtaht) Lt Col Coffey, Capt. Louis Nelp III, Franks 8. Fox, Lt. Thomas H. Herring M/S?-
JamesO. Meredith M/Sgt Harry Waldschmldt. SFC Andrew Hudak. Sgt. Joseph T. Polumbl,
8nd MAt'boattomCis cSSi'll. deft to right) Lt. Col. F. J. Coffey who presented the certificates.
Caot Harry W Burpee Lt Kenneth J Butter field. Lt. Robert JWright. Lt -Wade H simp-
soili M/IS William H. Toppsoh. M/Sgt. Langs ford N. Hooker. SFC Joe F. Fields, Sgt. Mal-
colm M. Vendrick. Mr. Rufus C. Grant, and Mrs. Virginia B. Hlckey. (us Army Photo)
Gibralter Dam Project
Across Strait Drafted
By MENNO DUERKSEN
FRANKFURT. June 16. (U.P.i.
If there are too many people
In Europe, why not build a dam
across the s;raits of Gibraltar
and give them a place to Uve,
asks Hermcn Sorgel. a German
construction engineer.
Details of the plan are not so
complicated, if someone has a-
boiit $300,000.000,000 to finance
11 ,
That Is actually less than the
last war cost and the "Atlan-
tropa" project would do.human-
Ity a lot more good than the war
did. Sorgel said.
The Atlantropa plan, which
Sorgel and other engineer!
have been working on since
1927. Is based on the fact that
the Mediterranean Sea- Is not
a self-sustaining sea.
Its water evaporates so fast the
Mediterranean has to draw on
the Atlantic Ocean at the rate
of 3,000.000 cubic feet of water
per second, all of which flows
through the eight-mile-wide Gi-
braltar Straits. .
If yqu. shut this water off
with a dam. Sorgel said, the Me-
diterranean would drop at the
rate of more than uve feet per
yeftr and m 60 years you would
"'"' ..... 1
Town Clock Two-Faced
Daylight and gtaw'wl '
have almost 250.000 square miles
of new land, capable of suport-
lng 150.000.000 persons.
To keep the Mediterranean
from dropping too far and
thus destroying shipping chan-
nels, another dam should be
built between Tunis in North
Africa and Sicily, Sorgel said.
Then the water between Tunis
and Gibraltar would be allowed
to drop Only 325 feet while the
rest of the Mediterranean would
go down 650 feet.
Source of Cortisone
Sought In Desert
LOS ANGELES. June 19. (U.P.I
Dr. Howard Scott Gentry of
the University of Southern Ca-
lifornia is prospecting In the
deserts of the southwest United
States and northwest Mexico
for a new kind of treasure. He
is looking for agave and yucca
plants bearing the new drug,
i cortisone.
Dr. Gentry left his post at
i USC last September to go "pros-
pecting" as part of a $2.000.000
research program authorized last
year by Congress to find new
sources of cortisone, used In the
treatment of arthritis.
Cortisone now V> produced
mainly from cattle bile but
Rome Keeps Rising
On Ruins of Ages
ROME, June 16. (U.P.K The
"Eternal City" will be higher
than a kite by the year 2950 If
lt keeps growing at the present
rate.
Ranking with some of the old-
est stlll-lnhablted cities. Rome
Keeps getting higher and high-
er.
Visitors often remark when
they see the Tiber, flowing feet
below the present street level:
"What a dirty, little river and
what is it doing way down
there?"
The answer is that the Tiber
is where it always was. Rome,
built on the rubble of its pre-
decessor, keeps reaching farther
toward the sky.
Arrharlogisls and city arch-
itects estimate that if the pre-
sent rate qf crumuling and
building continues, Rome will
be at least 70 feet above its
presents street level in an-
other 1,000 years.
Another full 12 Inches was
added recently when workmen
repaved a street section running
along the Tiber embankment.
The ruins of the Circus Maxl-
mus, where the last chariot race
took place in the year 549, before
200,000 Romans, Is exactly 10
feet below the present street
level. When that race wa* held,
the Rome of those times was in
ruins.
From the rubble, new citizens
built new housesalways atop
the old foundations.
When Italian engineers were
building the Rome subway, still
not completed, they found cha-
riot stalls 54 feet below the pre-
sent Basilica of St. Peters-In-
Chalris which was built in 422
AD. '
Passers-by along the busy Via
Nazionale look down 20 feet to
the little Church of San Vtale,
built In the fifth century by
Pope Innocent I In the ruins of
another church.
The Forum, the Colosseumall
the truly ancient ruins of Rome
are far below present street level.
Most of the surrounding build-
ings1 have been built on, or with,
the rubble of their predecessors.
The famous seven hills of
Rome become less and less pro-
minent as the years go by. In
time, experts say, their peaks
may be level with the Rome of
the future.
TERRYA
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Save the Machine
i down odu re .,,.. nf scientists have discovered that
,!^"nPhr0^XgOHm h'r/am0 members of four plant families,
SHEPHERDSTOWN. W. Va.,
fUPi The 111-year-old town ents. making ft possible to drive
persons with new land the dams
could contain enough hydro-
electric generators to supply
150.000.000 horsepower of cur-
rent, or almost 20 per cent of
the world's requirements.
It would not be wise to build
another dam across the Darde-
nelles to stop the water from
the Black Sea because that would
flood populated areas. A hydro-
electric dam there could supply
Its. share of power. Sorgel said.
Other smaller dams would
be required at the mouth of
the Sues Canal and other water
source to the Mediterranean,
as well as ship locks in all of
the dams to keep navigation
going.
Tunnels through the Gibraltar
and Tunis dams would contain
highways to permit rail, auto
and truck traffic between the
European and African contln-
clock here Is taking nd sides in
the dispute between townspeo-
ple and farmers over daylight
saving time.
Last year, on the day that day-
light time began, the clock stop-
ped for the Jlrst time on record.
This year lt kept going, but
town partisans of daylight time
Insist it gives them the correct
hour from their viewpoint, while
rural dwellers- go by standard,
reading from another angle.
Viewed from the west, the
clock's hands give daylight time.
Seen from the East they point to
standard tim.
Town officials Insist no one has
tampering with, the-clock.
from Hamburg on the Nprth sea
to Capetown. South Africa.
'.oggtr Gets 'Jot-Foot'
And It's No Joke
WATERTOWN. N. Y.. June 16.
(U.P.t. A logger at nearby j
Tupper Lake became the victim !
of a "hot fooCjujd it, was no:
Joke. \
It happened when Rolland La-
Barge slipped and fell into a
"hot pond'' while at work. Both
legs were burned In the scald-
ing water, which Is- used to help
remove the bark of logs before
they are sent into the mill.
dogbane, yam. Illy and amarylhs,
may be converted into the drug.
Kansas Has 'Navy'
With' New Admiral
NEWTON. Kan.. June 16. (U.P.>
Oliver Moorshead of New-
ton, who has lived most of his
life on the dry. sometimes dusty,
plains of Kansas, is the proud
possessor of a new Admiral's
flag.
Gov. Edward F. Am gave
Moorshead the right to fly the
banner on his private yacht. He
was appointed admiral and com-
rhandr-in-chlef of the Kansas
navy.
No Window-Peeper
Thief Insists
EMPORIA. Kan. June 16 (UJM
Truthfulness doesn't pay in
some instances.
A suspected window-peeper
was arrested. He told the Judge
he was looking for something to
steal.
"You see," he said, "I'm a
thief."
The Judge said 90 days.
Five Centenarians Die
In Puerto Rican City
PONCE, Puerto Rico. June M.
(UJ.i. Famous for longevity
among Its population, this Is-
land within a few days has lost
five centenarians. The five "Pon-
cenos" lived a total of 540 years,
the vital statistics register shows.
Laura Otero died at the age of
120. Last year she was almost
bumed to death when her house
caught fire and she refused to
leave it.
The others were: Felipe Mai-
tinez. 122; Ramon Sohano, 103;
Juana Gonzalez, 103, and Juan
Candido, 102.
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Summtr Excursions
toIOSANGOES
New Orleans Service
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrives
Cristbal
'-*&
-*-
S.S. Fiador Knot
..........................June IS
S.S. Chiriqui ..........................June 25
Manaqui ......... ..........July 1
.S. Chiriqui ...................................July
(HanaTlar Refrigerated Chlll.d a General Carre)
New York Freight Service-
Arrives
Cristbal
T
S.S. Cape Avinof.....
S.S. Cape Cumberland
S.S. Ca* Cod .......
S.S. Cape 'Ann.......
June IS
July 1
July 7
July 15
Weekly Sailing* to New York. La* AfiCaaH. Sa franrtsco, Seattle
Oetaslonal Salllafi t* New OrMaaa, aatV.Meklle.
(The Maasaers la UU* service are limite to twelve *
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raeaaeat Frrlfhl Salllnn fraa* CrMebat
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
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Sails
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S.S. Chiriqui
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....July IS
COLON M
STOMACH
GAS PAINS
Thousand* of unfortunate people suf-
fer from to-called dyspepsia, acid Indl-
I gestin, food fermentation, our itomach.
I acid lomaeh. flatulence, gas and other
, stomach dlstrtaa brought oh by excess
[ If the** people would try drlnklne
I slowly after each meal half a glass ot
j hot water containing a spoonful of
Neutracld. thet/mlfJit n a very *hort
time be able to eat good mbstantlal
meal* without undergoing the disturb-
ing ymptoms of acid indigestion.
Perhaps the greatest cause of distress-
ing stoenach-upiets Is excess stomach
acidity. ^
Half a glaaa af hot water to which a
taaaaaonful of Neutracld ha* been add-
ed will oulcttly help to neutralize this
excess add. soften the food and thus
help more raped dlgastlon. You get quick
relief from 11 acute dlstrtaa and dis-
comfort In the stomach
Neuartcld Is not, a laxative. It I very
agreeable to take and can be obtained
at any drug store.
Imported
Canned Hams
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offer you this vacation oppor-
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this very low combined excur-
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tember 30th. with a 30-day
limit on the Mexico City
Los Angeles portion of the trip
but with 60 days to complete
your entire round trip.
Fastest Flisht Offered
Flying PAA you reach Los
Angeles the very sema day
you leave here, enjoying luxu-
rious, non-stop DC-6 service
from Mexico City.
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woaio-t
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PAOt EIGHT
THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 19^1
Disney Classic Treasure Island'
Is Centrals Saga of Pirate Gold
Walt Disney has brought to
the screen his completely live
action production, Robert Louis
Stevenson' "Treasure Island,"
as a thrlU-atudded melodrama
filmed on a spacious-and real-
istic scale and with a story of a
great prestige and red-blooded
appeal to all amusement lovers,
young and old. It start* at the
Central Theater Thursday.
Scene by scene and in color by
Technicolor the producer mat-
ches the turbulent action, the
play of elemental passions, the
terrific character conflicts and
the suspense Inherent in famous
saga of pirate treasure that lured
to a distant island the youne i
cabin boy Jim Hawkins, as played
by Bobby Drlscol. the deadly
rogue Long John Sliver, as played ,
by Robert Newton; and Captain
Smollet as played by Basil 8yd-1
ney.
Treasure Island" was filmed:
,ln England to get full location.
' and atmospheric values and cer-.
tain casting advantages for this
'great adventure". Principals In|
the allmale cast. In addition to'
Newton. Bobby Drlscoll and Syd-
ney, are Walter Fitzgerald as
Squire Trelawney. Denis O'Dea
as Doctor Livesey, Ralph Tru-
man as Qef-.e Merry, Flnlay
Currie as Captain Billy Bones,
Geoffrey Keen as Israel Hands.
Franela de Wolfin the Black Dog
role, John Laurie as Blind Pew
and Geoffrey Wilkinson as the
marroned Ben Gunn.
The all-live action method ol
picturing the swashbuckling tale
is radically different from the
animated drawings medium In
which Dlaney customarily work*
his screen wonders. He organized
his production personnel accord-
ingly, selecting Director Byron
Haskln for his repute In the liv-
ing -action field; Lawrence E.
Watkln, well-known novelist and
screen writer, for adaptation of
the adventure talt which has
been read by some 200.000,000
persons; Thomas Morahan fof
the stagings which supplement
the outdoor English locations
describer by Stevenson, and his
veteran producer. Perce Pearce,
to manage the project.
Stevenson wrote his great aea
tale of piratea and buried trea-
sure and the hunt and battle for
it expreasly for his 13-year-old
stepson, Lloyd Osborne. But ht
confessed that he himself and
his older friends thrilled to the
Inmortal saga aa It came full-
blooded from his pen. The au-
thor's work now has been trans-
lated to a Mvlng form, conceded
to be electrifying In Its Impact
on the screen, as the greatest
adventure of all.
SACRIFICE. Retired pirate Billy Bones entrusts a treasure
map to young Jim Hawkins (Bobby Drlscoll), in Walt Disney s
Treasure Island." all-live action melodrama. In color oy
Technicolor, from Robert Louis Stevenson's famous adventure
story of pirate daya. _______v
MacArthur s Double Coming To Bella Vista
In American Guerrilla In The Philippines'
Robert H. Barrat considers has an autographed photograph
himself the luckiest character of General MacArthur to prove
actor in Hollywood today because i it.
he is the perfect double for Gen-1 When Barrat, veteran of the
eral Douglas MacArthur. and he > stage and screen, recently com-
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A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS celebration la interrupted by a call
to battle In this scene from the Twentieth Century-Fox ad-
venture, "American Guerrilla in the Philippines," showing at
the Bella Vista starting Thursday, starring Tyrone Power and
Mlchellne Prelle. The entire cast and company went to the
Philippines so that the events of this dramatic story could
be filmed where it actually happened.
(Pa
Q^anal Clubhouses
fiama
Showing Today
(FOR AN EVENING OUT...GO TO THE MOVIESII
IShowTimes'WARNeA BAI BOA
2;3o Bros: **>*>*
4:25 *
6:20
Alr-Conditioned
GINGER
RONAIU
ALSO SHOWING MONDAVi
DIABLO HTS
1:3S :1S S:1S
Greer CARSON Walter PIDCEON
'THE MINIVER STORY"
Monde? "SHAKEDOWN"
r n r n I I Sunn HAYWARD Dan DAILEV
, .7.. t:u "I Con Get It for You Wholesale'
Mandar TORT APACHE"
G AM BO A
aw
G A 1 U N
tU CM
Glenn FORD VAI.l.I
"FOLLOW THE SUN"
Weenday "THE MILKMAN"
Jamen STEWART Joeephlne HULL
"HARVEY"
Tuesday "NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
MARGARITA
IN :I5 S:2S
John LUND
Gene TIERNEY
The Mating Season"
CRISTOBAL
Alr-CeadlUened
2:3 :IS I
Gary COOPER
Jane CREER
"YOl'EE IN THE NAVY
Mr
^AU^BhgjtogWonday^^^
pleted his role in the Twentieth
Century-Fox Technicolor ad-
venture. 'American Guerrilla In
the Philippines," starting at the
Bella Vista Theater Thursday,
starring Tyrone Power and Ml-
chellne Prelle, he made the trip
from Luzon to Tokyo at the Gen-
eral's request for a personal In-
terview. After a forty minute
talk with General MacArthur,
he came away with the photo-
graph which carried thla auto-
graph:
"To my double, Robert H.
Barrat, cordial regards, signed
Douglas MacArthur, Tokyo,
1M0."
The General had seen Barrat
In several pictures and his per-
mission was obtained for Barrat
to first postray him in the film
"They Were Expendable." Fol-
lowing this performance, they
exchanged letters and when per-
mission was asked for Barrat to
again portray the General In
"American Guerrilla in the Phil-
ippines" It was readily forth-
coming.
Barrat says that during his
stay hi the Philippines, he was
constantly being saluted by aol-
diers thinking he waa the Gen-
eral. These salutes, he always
returned with dignity. In the ac-
tual scenes in which Barrat ap-
pears. In the picture, the ma-
jority of the soldiers and civil-
ians were convinced that It was
MacArthur in their midst.
Barrat traveled 17.M0 mile*
to play the MacArthur scene
in the picture which required
the largest non-military move-
ment of men and equipment to
the tropical archipelago since
the end of World War II. This
"second Invasion" of the Phil-
ippine! involved logistics as
complex as those attending
many of the battle operations.
In Hollywood, Barrat leads a
comparatively quiet existence
without the familiar MacArthur
corncob pipe and the general's
stars On his shirt collar. He. has
played 75 important roles at all
the major studios smce he came
to the cinema capital In 1932,
but none, he aays, haa given
him the personal satisfaction
that he gets when he portrays
the role of General Douglas Mac-
Arthur on the screen.
Harrison, Palmer
Pick '4-Posrer'
The most unusual male-and-
female acting opportunity of
the decade has been handed to
Rex Harrison and Lllli Palmer,
signed by the Stanley Kramer
Company as the complete cast
Hartog play which Kramer will
make for Columbia.
For the first time, only two
people will be called on to sue-
tain an entire important film,
without any supporting cast,
with only one set and the one
bed which has the title role. The
story details the six stages of a
a marriage, from wedding night
to death.
"Four porter" will mart the
first return to Hollywood1 In over
two years of the husband-and-
wlle acting team. They have
been on the Broadway stage, ap-
pearing together in "Bell, Book
and Candle."
With the signing of the Kram-
er deal. Rex Harrison and Lllli
Palmer- have ended their run in
the play and a new caat moved
In. They will leave for a vaca-
tion In the South of France where
they will remain until called to
report for pre-production re-
hearsals for the picture. .
'Storm Warning Is
Flying At Balboa
A highly moving story of murder by a band of tough hood-
lums with overtones of violent love and brute strength provides
the background for "Storm Warning," the Warner Bros, drama
today at Balboa Theater.
Starring Ginger Rogers, Ronald Reagan, Doris Day and
Steve Cochran, "Storm Warning," heralded in advance aa one
of the top film entertainments of the year, tells of a girl who
gets In the way of an underworld killing, of the brutish and
lecherous Inclinations of one of it* members and of the girl's
fears In attempting to aid an Intrepid prosecutor trying to
corral evidence against the Milan.
Ginger Rogers, stopping off one night in a "friendly" little
town to visit her newly-married sister, played by Doris Day,
accidentally witnesses a murder. Later she learns that her
brother-in-law Steve Cochran, was one of the killers. From
that point it is the battle between her sense of Justice and
loyalty to her sister which restrains, her from giving testimony.
Ronald Rearan is the pro:scutor who combats the town's
fear of the hoodlums to make his case, while Steve Cochran
play* the role of a man who makes love to his wife's eleter and
whose actions bring the violence of the story to a climax.
Royal Wedding Coming
To Lux With Astaire
Fred Astaire is dancing (on
the celling!), Jane Powell Is sing-
ing a royal parade of new song
hits, Peter Lawford. Sarah Chur-
chill (actress-daughter) of the
famous Winston) and Keenan
Wynn are respectively involved
In the romantic and comedy hl-
jlnks. That's the- good news of
M-G-M's latest Technicolor
musical, "Royal Wedding." which
brings king-sized entertainment
to the Lux Theater on Thurs-
day.
There is melody and mecrt-
ment in every sequence of this
smartly-designed offering, which
unfolds a captivating story of a
brother-and-slster dance team
who, after scoring on the Broad-
way stage, are asked to repeat
their-triumphs during the celeb-
ration of a royal wedding In Lon-
don. Ellen (Jane Powell i, distaff
member of the team, becomes
Involved In a shipboard romance
with Jaunty Lord Brndale (Peter
Lawfordi. Tom (Fred Astaire)
meets his romantic Waterloo
once they reach England, in the
person of the London dancer,
Anne Ashmond (Sarah Church-
Ill). Every musical-comedy plot
has to have a problem, and in
this Instance, the problem is
whether Tom and Ellen should
resist their romantic inclinations
In order to prevent the ancing
team from breaking up. The con-
flict reaches Its climax amid
London's colorful royal wedding
celebration, and you will have to
see "Royal Wedding" to find out
whether Tom and Ellen resist or
not. __
Seldom has an M-G-M musical
offered the plethora of aong and
dance delight with which thla
stellar production abounda. At
thla date It Is hardly necessary
to enlvge on Fred Astalre's
dancing wizardry. Sufficient to
say that he executes hi foot-
work with his usual fastidious
dexterity in a wide variety of
dances, with the nimble Miss
Powell as his partner for the
first time, and brings down the
house with two original specialty
numberi One. titled "You're All
the World to Me," has him -r.c-
lng on the walla and celiings of
a room; a second, called "Sun-
day Jumps," has him running
wild amidst the parallel bars,
punching bags and other para-
phernalia of a gymnasium! It
is Astaire in top form.
The attractive and talented
Jane Powell fulfills her most
ambitious assignment as Aatalre'a
song-and-dance partner, and
more than holds her own with
her formidable co-star m a bril-
liant array of songs written for
the new production by Burton
Lane and Alan Jay Lerner, with
the latter also responsible for
the screen play. Standouts In the
musical parade are "Every Night
at Seven," "How Could Ycru Bo-
Heve Me." "Open Your Eyes,"
"Happieet Day of My Life," "Too
Late Now," "What a Lovely Day
for a Wedding" and the colorful
-I Left My Hat in Haiti," In
which Aatalre and Miss Powell go
native with eighty Island danc-
ing girls.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Lena
Home lace'd her long, thin fingers
together and said "'p**0 lfrt
when I asked her If she would
ever make another movie In Hol-
lywood.
The hum of conversation In her
dressing room suddenly stopped
and people turned to look at her
Doggone It," said Lena, they
keep bringing me stories about
South Sea Island damsels or pooi
girls who kill themselves over the
fove of white men. That a not
what I want to do on the aereen.
Or they come to ne and say.
Have you a story in mind? Why
should I have a story in mina.'
They're producing the picture, it
beats me.
Lena spread her hands and
laughed.
She didn't want to throw a
damper on the party, she pro-
tested, and why didn't everybody
Just grab another cocktail ana
have a whale of a good yme?
The hubbub started again.
Lena's goateed husband, Lanle
Hayton, listened to a movie pr-
ducer fumbling for werfte en
Lena's singing In the vast Cocoa-
nut Grove half an henr before.
"She made a little cave out of
that big room," he aald. "I never
saw 8arah Bemhardt, but now
that I've heard L*na. I realize
that I've seen and heard great-
ness."
e
Lena rested her head against
the couch and spoke of her rea-
sons for walking out on Holly-
wood.
"I wasn't getting anywhere do-
ing aong Uta In pictures. My
songs had no meaning behind
them and contributed nothing to
the story. I begged for real oarte
and they assured mt that they
were looking for stories. But none
came up for me.
"Hollywood was beginning to
make pictures about my people
and these pictures were making
money. Even my own studio did
one of them. I'd come to the end
of the road In Hollywood. So I
asked for my release."
Newcomers* Were arriving to
congratulate her and Lena snook
hands all around.
Somebody said, "I promised
Katherlne Hepburn that I'd give
you her regards."
"Katharine Hepburn," smiled
Lena, "I love that gal."
The party spread into a second
room and Lena sat down again.
"I've had offers from producers
in Europe, plenty of them," she
said. "Hollywood can't find stor-
ies for me, but they can In Eu-
rope. Look, It's not as tough as
they pretend It Is."
Youngster Signed
For 'Boots Malone'
Johnny Stewart, 14-year-old
youngster known aa the out-
standing Juvenile of the New
York stage, will make his mo-
] tion picture debut with William
Holden in Sidney Buchman'a
Columbia production, "Roots
Malone," (formerly 'Sure Thing.')
Young Stewart, who played the
boy In Rodger* and Hammers-
tein's "The Happy Time" and
haa been appearing with Gert-
rude Lawrence and Yul Brynner
In "The King and I." will be seen
In "Boots Malone" as a boy who
runs away from military school
to become a Jockey.
COVERING HOLLYWOOD
with a Camera
On The Records
Popular Music
NEW YORK, June 18. (1*Pj.-
__Sonny Burke, who Is credited
with bringing the "Mambo Jam-
bo" north of the border, has
complied a group of eight mam-
bo melodies for a Decca album
"Mambo Jambo," with a record-
ing studio orchestra. Burke a
musical Jack-of-all trades who
has arranged for the Charlie Spi-
vak and Jimmy Dorsey Orches-
tras, helped compose a few tunes
and led his own band for awhile,
presents a workmanlike album of
the Latin arrangements.
The best known tunea com-
posed by that versatile show-
man Billy Rose are given a
rood showcase in a new M-G-
M album by Russ Case's Or-
chestra.
Case, known for his smooth-
type numbers, does a good Job
on the eight sides m the set
which Include "Me and My Sha-
dow," "The House Is Haunted,"
"I Found a Million Dollar Baby,"
and "It's Only a Paper Moon."
"Melody Cruise," and RCA
Victor album, presents the Ir-
ving Fields Trio on six Latin-
type tunes repaentlng various
nations to the south. Tbey In-
clude "Guatemala," "Boca Chi-
ta Costa Rica," -Managua Ni-
caragua" and "Brasil.''
New singles:
Many-voiced Mel Blanc has a
pair of good novelty sides with
'Flying 8aucers" and "K-K-K-
Katy" (Capitol)... Guy Mit-
chell's beat is shown on "Chrlstu-
ftoer Columbus" and "Sparrow In
he Tree Top" with Mitch Mil-
ler's Orchestra (Columbia)...
Art Mooney also haa a good
recording of "Sparrow in the
Tree Top" backed with "Beauti-
ful Brown Eyes" (M-O-M)...
Bob Crosby and the Bobcata
have some old-style Jazz In "The
Sidewalk Shufflers" and "Drop
Another Bean In The Bucket.
Joe" (Coral)... Ralph Flana-
Sn's Orchestra plays "Every-
ne I Pah In Love (RCA Vic-
tor)... A really top-notch re-
cord combines Billy Eckstlne'a
singing and Woody Herman's
Orcheatra on "I Left My Hat In
Haiti" and "Here Come the
Blues" (M-G-M)... Bob Harmon
and Johnny Ryan awing out In
a vocal dut on "Dust off That
Old Planna!" and "8am, the Old
Accordion Man" David C Whitney.
BELLA VISTA
A SAVAGELY ARRESTING ftOVTEl
Fnak Lovejoy Kathleen Ryan, In
"THE SOUND OF FURY"
At 5:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE His Argentine Orch.
LUX THEATRE
The greatest European producUonl
Glno CERVI
Maulno GIROTTI
Lulu rr.RiDA
ElUa CEGANI
. In -
"THE IRON CROWN"
Directed by Altnandro Blawttl_
C E NTRAL
a
JOHN GARFIELD
PATRICIA NEAL
A guy who had no-
thing to sell but...
gut* and she was the
highest bidder. In
"THE
BREAKING
POINT" *
TROPICAL
A riot on the roller raceways!
Mickey ROONEY Pat O'BRIEN, In
"THE FIREBALL"
CECILIA THEATRE
2FEATURES for the PRICE Of ONE I2 .
The comedy that will make you laugh and laugh I
Donald O'Connor Helena Carter. In
"DOUBLE CROSSBONES"
Also: Jack Warner Dirk Bogarde, In
"THE BLUE LAMP"_________1
ENCANTO THEATRE
Ah- Csaditleaed
Spanish Double Progrsm'
VAMBOr MMBOI
Peru Prado and His Orcheatra
The Dolly Slaters, in
SERENATA en ACAPULCO
- Also: -
Amelia Aguilar. In
"AL SON DEL MAMBO",
TIVOLI THEATRE
Spanish Double Program!
Pedro Infante, in
"EL GAVILN .
POLLERO"
Antonio Bad, in
"CORAZN DE FIERA"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
A Great Double Program!
John Carroll Adele Mara.
remando Lamas. In
"THE AVENGERS"
- Also: -
Louis Kayward Jane Wyatt
- in -
"HOUSE BY THE RIVER"
VICTORIA THEATRE
Howard Duff Brian
Donlevy, in
"SHAKEDOWN"
- Alao: -
Audie Murphy, in
"SIERRA"
Technicolor!____
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DIEZ CENTE8IMOI
Ancianos y nios mueren en
un devastador incendio
MONTREAL. Junio 16 (UP) t*ShXStS'TJ^X
In Tiolento incendi arraso el
edificio de ladrillo y piedra de
seis pisos del Hospicio de Santa
Cunegunda, en el Corasn del
Barrio bajo de Montreal, utili-
zado como asilo de nios, ancia-
nos y ciegos y en el siniestro
perdieron fat vida nn mnimo de
IS personas.
Esta fu la cifra de cadveres
que el Director del Servicio de
Incendios did a las cinco de la
Urde aunque los bomberos to-
dava tenan por lo menos dos
pisos que registrar en busca de
otros. Mochos muertos fueron
bailados en la planta baja tras
la puerta cerrada de la capilla
del asilo. La mayora de los cu.sr
pos fueron llevados al necrouo-
mko de la Polica pero estaDan
tan desfigurados por las quema-
duras que resalto Imposible su
Identificacin. Infinidad de per-
sonas desftlaron ante cada uno
de los cadveres tratando in-
fructuosamente de encontrar a
sus parientes desaparecidos en
el siniestro. La mayora de las
vctimas eran mujeres de edad
lias madre superiora del deposi-
to perecieron en el siniestro
mientras luchaban por salvar a
los asilados-
El incendio comenz poco an-
tes del medioda en la caja del
ascensor donde los obreras ins-
talaban uno nuevo. La mayora
de los residentes almorzaban en
la planta baja, pero los obliga-
dos a guardar cama estaban en
los pisos superiores. Las monjas
sacaron a 175 nios todos me-
nores de t aos del comedor
del tercer piso y las criaturas
cogidas de la mano bajaron por
las escaleras de escape, en me-
dio del humo y de impresionan-
tes escenas. Las religiosas de
hbitos carmelitas entraban a
Us llamas a salvar machos de
los asilados.
Las llamas' avivadas por el
viento propagronse rpidamen-
te a todo el viejo edificio que
minutos despus de descubrirse
el siniestro estaba lleno de hu-
mo y fuego.
La hermana elimina Dennis
fnnn a la Pierna Col 1)
sumido
las proporciones de emergencia Nacional"
"Panam necesita desarrollar
sus fuentes de produccin
para crear su Independencia
Declar don Louis r anz en interesante diserta-
cin en el Club de Leones de aqu
iresentado los pro-
Texto de la Interesante con-
ferencia dictada por el conoci-
do comerciante e industrial, don
Louis Martinz. en el Club U-
nln. durante un banquete del
Club de Leones de Panam:.
Seores: __ /
Agradezco altamente al Club
de Leones de Panam el ha-
berme Invitado a expresar mis
puntos de vista' sobre materias
que considero de vital Jppor-
,. tanda para el desarrollo de
I nuestro pals: La agricultura y
la Industria por una parte y
re? aumr poblacin por
la otra.
Por muchos aos la economa
de Panam ha dependido casi
exclusivamente de los Ingresos
provenientes de las actividades
de la Zona del Canal y del
turismo: Ingresos estos que eran
ms o' menos suficientes cuan-
do nuestro gobierno tenia un
presupuesto de iete u ocho
millonee de balboas, pero que
hoy. cuando el gobierno gas-
ta ms de treinta millones al
ao, solamente logran satisfa-
cer nuestras necesidades en
parte obligndonos a buscar
otras fuentes de riqueza. Estas
fuentes tienen aue ser los au-
mentos a nuestra produccin
Tratar, por tanto, de dar a
ustedes lo que en mi opinin
on las bases fundamentales
para lograrlo. .
El Estado tiene una Inter-
vencin Inevitable en las ac-
tividades del pals, por lo aue
es necesario' que este debida-
mente organizado v aue cuen-
te con una estabilidad poltica
que garantice la tranquilidad
necesaria para el desarrollo de
las actividades econmicas. Es
Indispensable tener un gobier-
no que trabaje con un progra-
ma bien elaborado y no como
la mayor parte de los gobier-
nos que hemos tenido, los cua-
les se han limitado a Impro-
visa' soluciones a medida que
se les han P---
blemas. Cada gobierno nuevo
viene a hacer lo que le pe-ece
bien sin ninguna continu influyendo a crear una ines-
tabilidad perjudicial.
Ha existido y existe el sin-
cero y justificado deseo de par-
te de nuestros legisladores y
de los dirigentes del pas de
atraer capitales oara su Inver-
sin en la Repblica. Esto se
manifiesta claramente en mu-
chas de las leyes y decretos que
se han dictado. Sin embargo,
esta idea de atraccin Pr- ln~
verslones locales no -esa inenv
pre acompaada de la pro-
teccin que el capital nacional
o extranjero espera recibir. Es-
to parece deducirse de las in-
terpretaciones que se le viene
dando a algunas leyes en cier-
tos casos, por ejemplo, en a-
cuerdos laborales y tambin en
ciertas demandas basadas en la
llamada Accin Popular.
Se presenta asimismo el pro-
blema del doble gravamen
cuando algn Municipio aaui
grava lo que ya est gravado
por la nacin.
Tales Incidentes, como es na-
tural, ahuyentan la inversion
de capitales.
Algo que tambin nos hace
un dao enorme es el amblo
continuo de los empleados p-
blicos sobre todo cuando afec-
ta individuos que ocupan posi-
ciones de responsabilidad. El
personal de estos puestos se es-
coge en la mayora de los ca-
sos por su filiacin e Inters po-
ltico y no por su preparacin
y conocimientos. En las Oca-
siones en que llega a ocupar el
fiuesto un Individuo que rene
as dos condiciones, es politi-
co y apto para el trabajo, se
le limita el rendimiento al no
reconocerle mritos a base de
la labor que pueda desarrollar
sino de acuerdo con la con-
tribucin poltica que pueda
'Pava a la nrlna K columna fi>
Prescindiendo de
Rusia los aliados
firmarn tratado
LONDRES, Junio 17 EPS)
En los circuios bien Informados
e indica que el tan esperado
tratado de paz con Japn sera
realizado prximamente, a pe-
car de las objeciones rusas, con-
tenidas en una nota que fu en-
tregada al embajador nortea-
mericano en Mosc Alan G
Kirie, el martes-
Es t a nota acusa a los Estados
Unidos de estar tratando de ex-
cluir a Rusia y China comunista
ele las negociaciones con Japn.
Es evidente que el Soviet us
firmar el tratado ni aceptara
sus trminos, pero/ al mismo
tiempo es evidente que los Es-
tados Unidos, la Gran Bretaa
y dems naciones occidentales
ettn decididas a firmar el tra-
tado, sin la participacin ru
Se tiene entendido que la iO-
ltlca del nuevo tratado ser la
de que es mejor hacer del Ja-
pn un amigo que un enemigo.
Por lo anto, se evitarn eu ft>
poslWe aquellas clusulas que
aunque a juicio de muchos sean
Justas, terminarn por ser Ina-
plicables.
Quienes abogan por esta poi'-
tlca sealan el tratado de Vtr-
salles tras la primera guerra
mundial y los tratados con ku-
nanle
Lderes comunistas
esperan vencer en
Francia maana
por JAY G. HAYDEN
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, Junio 16 iJPS
Las elecciones locales italia-
nas, en Uu cuales los comu-
nistas perdieron en cuaifto al
nmero de caridldatos electos,
pero ganaron substanclalmente
en cuanto a los voto popula-
res, han causado graves pre-
ocupaciones respecto a las mu-
chos ms importantes eleccio-
nes generales que se verifica-
ran en Francia el domingo.
Los dos pases son semejan-
tes en el sentido de que ambos
tienen gobiernos de coalicin
centristas, cuya cohesin es
mantenida en buena parte por
la ayuda econmica norteame-
ricana y por el temor a los
extremista; tanto de izquierda
como de derecha, que les ata-
can furiosamente
Con fondos del Acueducto
harn trabajos en Coln
Habr en Brasil un Centro
Continental para el rntrol
de la Aftosa en gra cala
WASHINGTON, Junio 16 (UP) i "(si Gobierno del Brasil ha o-
- La Oficina Sanitaria Pana-
mericana anunci el estableci-
miento en el Brasil del primer
centro en el hemisferio occiden-
tal para el control de la artoja
en escala continental
El proyecto est siendo finan-
ciado por la Organizacin de
Estados Americanos, la cual vo-
t 325,000 dlares para el primer
ao de operaciones. El dinero
ser usado para la obtencin de
equipo especial y el pago de sa-
larios del personal internacio-
nal que Incluir cinco profesio-
nales, cinco tcnicos y tres aa-
niinistradores.
recldo suministrar tierras, edi-
ficios, mano de obra local, ser-
vicios y utilidades.
El anuncio dice que el proyec-
to consistir de un centro inter-
nacional, convenientemente lo-
calizado, capas de llevar a cabo
diagnsticos de la aftosa en Snn
de quiera que sta aparezca en
las Americas. El diagnstico a-
certado es considerado como la
Sledra angular en el contro de
i enfermedad.
El centro tambin servir pu-
ra entrenar a loe trabajadores
en los mtodos de diagnstico y
trabajos de investigacin
Reciben rdenes las tropas
Britnicas de mantenerse en
"Estado de Alerta" en Irn
LONDRES, Junio UP es la taifa principal en los,
se ha informado que las fUerts f planes,de gnus/in que nan
d defensa britnicas han rec- sido preparados.
Las tropas paracaidistas bri-
tnicas que llegaron a Chipre
Se estudia ahora
este proyecto en
el Gabinete
La posibilidad de continuar
ias obras del Corredor de Coln
est siendo estudiado por el Go-
bierno Nacional, segn se Infor-
mo hoy en fuentes oficiales. El
Consejo de Gabinete reunido ,.n
ei da de ayer, decidi nombiar
una Comisin que se encarda-
r de todo lo relativo a este im-
portantsimo asunto para la so-
berana y economa de la ciu-
dad de Coln. Dichos eatudijs
abarcarn tambin las obras de
ensanche del Paseo el Centena-
rio y se tiene entendido que,
tanto el proyecto del Corredor
como el del Centenario, se fi-
nanciarn con los fondos del A-
cueducto.
El Consejo de Gabinete se de-
dic adems de estas cucstip.ies
a aprobar los informes presen-
tados por los Ministros en rela-
ciones con las partidas extraoc
c'lnarias. Los Informes fueron a-
(Pasa a la fSt. CoL S
xtensa campana de vacHuaw
ser extendida per teda las
regiones de nuestra Repblica
El Presidente Arosemena, el Ministro GaKndo f[
el Director Calvo elaboran un exteuM
plan de accin al respecto
El Director de Salud Pblica,
Dr. Alberto E. Calvo 8.. Inform
hoy a la Prensa que la tubercu-
losis es el problema nmero uno
de nuestro pas en cuestiones de
salubridad y su trascendencia es-
t sobre cualquier otro problema
en el pas. Esta manifestacin la
hizo despus de varias semanas
de intenso trabajo con el Dr.
Amadeo Vicente Mastellarl, que
culminaron con su nombramien-
to para el cargo de Asesor Tc-
nico de la Compaa Nacional
Antituberculosa.
Manifest el Director de Sa-
lud Pblica que tanto el Ministro
Oallndo como el Presidente Aro-
semena estn compenetrados de
esta realidad y estn dispuestos
a tomar cualquier paso para re-
solver este problema. De acuer-
do con ellos, con los planos que
se han dictado de acuerdo con
el Dr. Mastellarl y a coopera-
cin del Servicio Cooperativo In-
teramericano de Salud Pblica
(SCISP), a travs del Punto 4,
se montar una gran campaa
de lucha antituberculosa en to-
do el pas.
El Dr.
Mastellarl, Inform el
Dr. Alberto E. Calvo S.. es un re-
conocido galeno miembro de to-
das las organizaciones de los Es-
tados Unidos que luchan contra,
la tuberculosis, miembro vitali-
cio de la Asociacin American*
de Salud Pblica, jefe jde infec-
ciones en el Hospital Gorges, ca-
pador en la lucha antitubercu-
losa, acaba de renunciar el alto
honor de un cargo de Jefe reglo-
nal en lucha antituberculosa quo
le ofreciera las Naciones Unidas.
para unirse con los dems tcni-
cos sanitarios panameos en la
cruzada por la salud panamea
encargndose de la Campan
Nacional Antituberculosa a so-
licitud de la actual Administra-
cin.
La declaracin de la Direccin
de Salud Pblica sigue a conti-
nuacin:
"En la lucha contra la tuber-
culosis, todos loe panameos te-
nemos que encarar el grave pro-
blema que ella representa coa
verdadera resolucin. Necesita-.
mos dinero una cantidad extra-
ordinaria de dinero. Esperamos la
ayuda del Seguro Social y desea-
mos encauzar varias partidas del
(Pasa a la ras. Col. >
bldo rdenes de mantenerse "a-
lerta para el caso d emergen-
cia" en caso que se requiera ue
den proteccin a la vida de W
subditos britnicos en medio e
la peligrosa situacin que existe
en loe campos petroleros de
Irn.
Los jefes de la defensa han
Mediano Oriente que haban
sido convocados ayer .para una
reunin en Fayi, Zona del Ca-
nal de Sues, han prorrogado ia
reunin de consulta y fuentes
informadas dijeron que se ha .
mcomendado a las fuerzas na- troteo.
Estado de Caja
de la Contralora
Semana terminada el 15 de
junio de 1961.
Saldo en Caja el 8
de Junio............B.144,045.79
Ingresos del fl al 15
de Junio ............ 727,102 97
TOTAL:...... 871,148.76
Egresos del 9 al 15
de Junio ........... 844,397.93
Saldo en Caja el 15
de Junio ..............26,750.83
Compro misos por
Contratos .......... 60,660.27
Panam, junio 16 de 195}
Hacindose eco de nuestras campaas editoriales que abogaron repetidas veces por '*"'-
nacin de U talle 50. el Mlni.tr. de Obras Pblicas. Ingeniero Norbert. N*'0-JJ"'*,*d*
ta conXicctn de tan Importante via, que resolver los Problema, de ^'m"n*
trnsito en l vi. Espaa y habilitar una nueva area residence! n Sn/nc{~ >';\J.
jeCT El Ministro .Navarro al ser entrevistado sobre este Prticohir. dijo a .pn*ma*m?
riea", que no ha hecho erogaciones especiales para tal obra, babiedo solo ordenado el trabajo
e cuadrillas ue estaban toadas a efcaa tabres. g
a principios de semana proce-
dentes de Gran Bretaa se tie-
ne entendido que han sido in-
cluidas en el programa de emer-
gencia que ser puesto en prc-
tica si surgiera un "grave pro-
blema" en Irn.
El paso ha coincidido con la
determinacin britnica de re-
chazar el ultimtum del Gobier-
no Britnico de que la Com-
paa Anglo-Iranlan entregara
las tres cuartas partes de sus
Ingresos por las ventas de pe-
Monseor Luis F. Castillo afirma
que s es Patriarca de la Iglesia
Nacional Independiente de Caracas
PADRE CAMPEONGerrit Kooienga, a la Izquierda, de *g^'J**gl*Vg* 'l
razones por las cuales fue escogido como el Padre Campen de 1951 en losJ**^,1 J*
Comit del Da del Padre en Nueva York. Los pequeos KooiengasIB wones *JUjWa
varan en edad desde dos aos a 25 aos. La seora Kootonga se encuentra a la izquierda de *
esposo, mientras que la prole se pone en linea pars ser fotografiados._________
Se nos ha trado la siguien-
te carta para su publicacin:
Panam, Junio 16 de 1961.
Seor doctor
Harmodlo Arlas
Director del diarlo
"El Panam Amrica"
. Ciudad.
Sr. Director:
En la edicin de su diario
"El Panam Amrica" con fe-
cha de ayer, en primera pgi-
na, saca un artculo referente
a mi persona carente de toda
verdad y minado de espritu
tendencioso y por tanto mani-
fiesto a usted
lo.Que si soy el Arzobispo
Patriarca de Caracas y Primado
de Venezuela de la Iglesia Na-
cional Catlica Apostlica Ve-
nezolana: en tal virtud tengo
mi pasaporte, cdula de iden-
tidad y dems documentos que
me acreditan como tal expe-
didos por el Gobierno de mi
Eiais. Yo no pretendo ostentar
itulos de la iglesia romana,
pues en todas partes y con to-
da persona con quien hablo me
presento como Arzobispo Pa-
triarca de Caracas y Primado
de Venezuela de la Iglesia Na-
cional Venezolana. Por eso me
extraa que el clero romano
en Panam est formando un
seudo escndalo por mi perma-
nencia en el pas, pues yo en
nada les estoy perjudicando ni
tampoco me he rebajado en
presentarme como el Arzobispo
Romano de Caracas.
2o No he sido expulsado de
Venezuela por querer levantar
un cisma en mi pas, ya que el
"cisma" existe en Venezuela
desde 1947 y desde ese ao exis-
te la Iglesia Nacional Catlica
enezolana que es una realidad
tangente en mi patria, en don-
de cuenta cop el 76 por ciento
del conglomerado venezolano.
Sal de mi patria como exilado*
politico y de esto puede dar
fe el Excmo. don Enrique Cas-
tro Gmez, Embajador de Ve-
nezuela en Panam.
3oEs completamente falso
que yo naya sido expulsado de
4 _J?m Jf dl.iCeL.li..
Rusia quiere una India Comunista
, Por LAWRENCE PERRY
(N. A N. A.)
wiTKVA YORK Junio 16 (EPS).-"Rusia no tiene el menor deseo de apoderarse de la tadla, pues, ante todo, Undria mu-
se r.fte^..TV0.umen.Mdhi ]^JX!faV&SSE& TSS^S^A'SS^S^S^^
t. basada en un arrmente de Rnmer Gcdden,el ""'^ *".' .o^n't.buoam^e ricos. "Viendo la situacin de la
caza del elefante, hecho posible por uno de lo. *"*/** -^e^duS McEMowmt. "Rusia tiene la desventaja de su
Indis por su lado ms agradable. V^J^^J^^r"^^-^^^^ r\\KOS0. En igualdad de clrcunstan-
falta de reunin en su esfuerzo por imponerle su ideologa a un pas e "v"5"L' l^ 'ci*cunstancias no son icuales. Con-
cU.*e*o tendra enorme {mnela par. los^tados Unidos, taG bnroBreuang*-quPeerde SriDenU nacin wvltlc. eon los ms
sidrese, en primer lugar, ta cuestin de la prlK">' SeaUn t?o cinc? centavos. Hav bastantes libros norteamericanos, pero
'"^^.ia-d^^ndo 1^ t|enen h.m
cue.tle,^nUrn.cl.n.le.^WMi^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ -J* 'HU"etn ** ""^ ^^^
Fsitttt --S STS^-^-i^ss -e s.sr c
p^TS^^^ qrmedlo0^rdrindgenM de 1. Indi.
SjsW^. e.a^M-.t., quiz s.tede. pan lo que esto puede significar para nosotras".________________


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COITOMA PANAMA AMBNICA. A.
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CN BU TAU.IMA SITUADO* CM UTA CIUDAD. CAIX1 H. NO. B7
LOS INSTRUMENTOS DE LAS DICTADURAS
MILITARES
La serie de violentas persecuciones de que ha
sido victima el prestigioso diario bonaerense "La
Prensa" no ha terminado an. El rgimen dictato-
rial argentino contina sometiendo al fuego de sus
atropellos a la empresa editora del famoso peri-
dico del Continente.
En nuestra edicin del viernes apareci la no-
ticia, procedente de Buenos Aires, de que el gobier-
no ha ordenado a "La Prensa" el- pago de treinta
y dos millones de pesos "por conceptos de impues-
tos atrasados." Ahora se est coaccionando a la
empresa para que pague semejante suma como si
ella estuviese en mora con el fisco desde el ao de
1939.
La maniobra de la dictadura, aunque repugne
a la conciencia de los pueblos libres no es abso-
lutamente extraa a los sistemas totalitarios. Co-
mo ste hay muchos recursos que los regmenes mi-
litaristas ponen en prctica con el propsito de
"castigar" a quienes defienden los intereses demo-
crticos y tienen, por lo tanto, "la osada" de di-
ferir con el dictador.
El expediente de los impuestos arbitrarios exi-
gidos mediante la fuerza de las armas viene a
confirmar la expresin de un ilustre estadista es-
tadounidense en el sentido de que, en casos como
el aludido, quien. puede imponer impuestos tam-
bin puede destruir.
Lo que ha ocurrido en la Argentina con "La
Prensa" y la amenaza que se cierne sobre el otro
diario independiente "La Nacin" son cosas que
tendrn que lamentar- siempre los pueblos de Am-
rica porque hechos de esta naturaleza constituyen
un escarnio para la dignidad de nuestro continen-
te como conglomerado de Repblicas.
Es evidente que para el mantenimiento en el
Poder los regmenes militares se valen de todos los
instrumentos a su alcance para lograr la coaccin
propicia para ponerle freno al libre juego de las li-
bertades pblicas. Y como lo demuestra la historia,
la prensa es la vctima de los desmanes de las dic-
taduras porque stas necesitan ahogar las voces
admonitivas de la opinin ciudadana para ensan-
char su podero que descansa sobre la fuerza de
las armas.
ICa
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drtw Pearson dice: El Coronel McCormick tiene plantea-
do postular su propio candidato a la Presidencia; La
"antesala" China nunca ha sido investigada; Un ferro-
viario norte-americano le da un sermn al Presidente
Pern.
Actualidad Universitaria
; I Dira. Armando Das Wong > Loocial sroucon i
REMITIDO
SI ESTA LEGALMENTE CONSTITUIDA
' LA AMERICAN PROTECTION
En relacin con el Remitido publicado en el peridico "La
Hora" del da dieciseis de los corrientes, en donde segn declara
la seorita Lina Coparropa abandon su trabajo en "La American
Protection porque no quera carear con la responsabilidad de una
estafa," queremos hacer constar al pblico que "La American Pro-
tection" no mantiene ni admite evasivas para nadie respecto a su
actuacin econmica y administrativa, toda vez que volvemos a
repetir QUE SEAN FISCALIZADA POR LOS AUDITORES CO-
RRESPONDIENTES del rgano encargado de fiscalizar esta ins-
titucin. Para tranquilidad de nuestros asociados les manifestamos
ene la seorita Coparropa si quiso abusar y disponer de los dine-
ros de los asociados al exigirnos, sin corresponder, que le indem-
nizramos los quince dias que dej de trabajar, puesto que ya en
en dos semanas anteriores se le haba ipdemnisado otros quince
das, de los cuales ella no dice nada ahora.
Como una prueba de nuestra honradez en la administracin,
fu que no se le concedi a la seorita Coparropa lo que no le co-
rresponda, obligndola a presentar su renuncia.
Tambin dice la seorita Coparropa, que hace unos meses se
coment que el dinero recaudado fu gastado por el seor Elias
Cruz en viajes a Cuba y Costa Rica, por lo cual se cursa denuncia
por CALUMNIA sobre este particular, para que ante los tribunales
responda por los cargos calumniosos que hace en ese remitido.
Asimismo aclaramos tambin, que tendr que responder a los car-
Ci viles de decir que el seor Elias Cruz ha depositado nueve mil
Iboas en banco de la Repblica de Costa Rica, por lo eual por
ate medio se le pide a las autoridades competentes que Investl-
nen si es cierto que se haya hecho un depsito en algn banco
e Costa Rica, por la persona mencionada por la seorita Coparropa.
Conociendo de sobra de donde parten todas estas tramas ten-
denciosas, apareciendo especialmente en los dias Sbado de la se-
mana, esperamos muy pronto que sean los tribunales de Justicia
los que desenmascaren a todos estos traidores que, dedicados a la
vil tarea de destruir, slo perjudican al Pueblo.
MARIA CWEIBER,
Presidenta de la American Protection.
Panam, 16 de Junio de 1951.
GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DE UN PASEO
Con una pequea cuota semanal
adquiera una
BICICLETA Inglesa
de fama mundial "Viking"
y si la suerte le favorece
ouede ser suya por poco dinero!
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
Avenida Central 91
WASHINGTON. El Coro-
nel Robert McCormick, pode-
roso propietario del "Chicago
Tribune", est trabajando en
alguna estrategia secreta qne
espera le ponga en sus ma-
nos la Presidencia de Estados
Unidos en 1952.
A primera vista pareciera
que McCormick esta dando
seales de proteger a su buen
amigo el Senador Robert Taft.
En la realidad, sin embargo,
McCormick apoya a su hbil
y alegre protegido, el Sena-
dor Everett Dirksen, el re-
cin electo soln de Pekn,
Illinois.
La estrategia de McCormick
en esta situacin es bastante
sencilla. En la convencin de
Chicago en 1952, har todo lo
posible por provocar un estan-
camiento entre los dos princi-
pales candidatos, probablemen-
te Taft y Eisenhower. Una vez
que haya maniobrado esto, har
correr la voz de q' la nica ma-
nera de romper el estancamien-
to seria postulando al Sena-
dor Dirksen.
En caso de ocurrir este es-
tancamiento, Dirksen podra
tener upa buena probabilidad
de asegurarse la postulacin.
Es una persona muy conocida
' bien querida en los crcu-
M Republicanos. T ya qne
la convencin ser en Chica-
go, es posible que Dirksen re-
ciba bastante apoyo de las
siempre bulliciosas galeras.
NOTAEs irnico el hecho
que Dirksen, por si slo, seria
on buen Presidente, Dirksen,
agobiado por la poltica del
Chicago Tribune, no lo se-
ria.
"ANTESALA" CHINA
Cuando el Senador Wayne
Morse de Oregon le pregunt
al Secretarlo de Estado Ache-
son sobre la "antesala" China
durante una de las sesiones a
puertas cerradas de las inves-
tigaciones sobre MacArthur, se
hubiera podido oir el ruido de
un alfiler al caer.
La 'antesala" China se ha
convertido, si mismo tiempo,
en una de las ms sacro-
santas y ms poderosas en
Washington. Es s a e r osanta
porque muchos Senadores han
sido Influenciados por ella,
tienen amigos ntimos en ella,
o han recibido contribuciones
de ella pars an campaas.
Es poderosa porque tiene a
loa millones de cuados de
Chiang Kal 8hek detrs de
rila, ms algunas de las ms
poderosas figuras polticas de
Washington. Louey Johnson,
ez-Secretarfo de Defensa, por
ejemplo, ha sido el abogado
personal del millonario cu-
ado de Chiang, doctor H. H.
Kung.
Como resultado de sus po-
deres, mu c h o s observadores
creen que gran parte de la agi-
tacin sobre Formosa, ayuda a
Chiang, etc. tiene su origen
en la "antesala" China. Sin em-
bargo, muy pocas personas en
el Capitolio han dicho mucho
sobre la "antesala", y sta nun-
ca ha sido investigada.
Fue por esto que hubo un
profundo silencio cuando el
Senador Morse lanz sn pre-'
gunta. Fue por esto tambin,
que el silencio fue roto por
un silbido de sorpresa del
Senador Brien McMahon de
Connecticut. Y es posible que
fue por esto que el Presiden-
te Russell de Georgia peg
en su mesa y dijo: "El Sena-
dor se ha .excedido en so
tiempo y tendr qne hacer
la pregunta maana, si de-
sea -
LE ECHO UN SERMON
A PERN
No ion muchas la personas
que le han dicho al Presiden-
te Pern de Argentina, cara a
cara, lo. que piensan de l. Sin
embargo, esto fue lo que Wi-
lliam J. Kennedy. Presidente de
la Junta de Retiros de Ferro-
carriles, hizo durante una re-
ciente visita a Argentina como
delegado de Estados unidos a
la Conferencia Interamericana
sobre Seguro Social.
Kennedy es un hombre del-
gado, y canoso que le gusta de-
cir lo que piensa. Durante una.
fiesta oficial y en presencia de
otra persona un intrprete-
arrincon a Pern y procedi a
echarle un sermn sobre la li-
bertad de prensa. Por supues-
to, tena en mnete el cierre del
eran diarlo de oposicin "La
Prensa" por Pern.
"No te percata usted de
que un poco de oposicin es
algo bueno?", le pregunt
Kennedy a Pern. "No se da
usted cuenta que Franklin u.
Roosevelt fue elect Presiden-
te de Estados Unidos no una
ni dos, ni tree veces, sino
cuatro, an cuando m le
opona la gran mayora de
nuestros peridicos?
"Una critica constructiva
de parte de la prensa o de
cualquier otra fuente nunca
le ha hecho dao a nadie",
continu diciendo el funcio-
nario norteamericano,
Kennedy estaba tratando sin-
ceramente de averiguar qu de-
fensa, si tenia alguna, ofrecera
Pern por el cierre de La Pren-
sa, aparte de las crticas de
este diarlo a su poltica tota-
litaria. Sin embargo, Pern no
trat de defender su accin.
Aunque las desafiantes ob-
servaciones de Kennedy fueron
cuidadosamente traducidas por
el Intrprete, el Presidente Pe-
rn no contest. Su nica' reac-
cin fue| una sonrisa enigm-
tica, an cuando Kennedy se
burl de l dlclndole.
'Lo que sucede con usted,
seor Presidente, es que tie-
ne ana quijada de vidrio".
Nota:Cuando Kennedy re-
gres a Estados Unidos le di-
Jo a nn amigo: "El Gobier-
no de Pern se jacta mucho
de cmo VBJsignldad del
hombre" deMBiegerse. Sin
embargo, la^Bcultad del
mundo de hoy ea'qMe no nos
damos cuenta que no puede
haber dignidad en donde no
hay libertad".
JOHNSTON CONTRA WILSON
Despus de que el Movili-
zador de la Defensa Charles
E. Wilson y el Estabilizador
Econmico Erie Johnsnton ex-
pidiera su declaracin des-
mintiendo la informacin de
esta columna de que estaban
peleando, "Newsweek" publi-
c lo siguiente:
"A pesar de las repetidas
negativas, las relaciones ofi-
ciales entre Wilson y Johns-
ton han estado, tirantes desde
haee algn tiempo. T a pesar
de que ambos hombres han
tratado de limar asperezas,
sus puntos de vista sobre al-
gunos problemas de la mo-
vilizacin difieren lo suficien-
te como para amenazar sn
rompimiento en cualquier mo-
mento. .
"Cuando los obreros se de-
clararon contra el programa
de movilizacin, Johnston fue
designado apaciguador. Du-
rante las negociaciones que
siguieron, surgi la sospecha
entre el personal de Wilson
de que Jo-Son. estaa tra-
tando de sspd*rsf al'pues-
to No. 1 de la mfcvilhtaeln.
Dorante las negociaciones,
Johnston visito la Caas Blan-
ca varias veces para confe-
renciar con Charles 8. Mur-
phy, asistente presidencial
rncarxario de la disputa obre-
ra. Entonces, el 19 de mar-
so, Johnston vol a Cay*
Hueso para discutir el pro-
blema eon el Presidente Tru-
man. A sn regreso, Johnston
encontr a Wilson bastante
disgustado por los continuos
Informes de que l estaba
tratando de meterle un cuchi-
llo por la espalda.
"La crisis se produjo en las
oficinas de Wilson en el vie-
jo edificio del Departamento
de Estado, y Johnston le a-
segur al Jefe de la movi-
lizacin que no tena aspi-
raciones para ocupar su pues-
to. Ambos accedieron a ol-
vidarse de los Informes.
"Sin embargo, poco mas
Urde surgi otro punto de
discordia, el qne puede pro-
vocar el rompimiento. El Vt
de abril Johnston expidi una
frmula especial eon la a-
probacin de Wilson, que pro-
hibe el aumento de precios
si las ganancias de los nego-
cios .llegan al 85 por ciento
de los tres melares aos en.
el perodo l*4e*l9. Algunos
magnates de la Industria, des-
contentos con la frmula, lle-
varon su caso a Wilson. Es
bastante claro que algunos
hombres de negocios consi-
deran a Johnston ex-Presi-
dente de la Cmara de Co-
mercio de Estados Unidos
como un renegado...
"Los amigos de ambos nom-
bres han expresado la espe-
ranza de que la pr*>ma sa-
lida del hombre de W a 11
Street, Sidney Weinberg (el
consejero ntimo de Wilson),
ayudar a sanar Us relacio-
nes entre el Movlllsador y el
Estabilizador. Pero perdonas
allegadas, que trabajan con
ambos, temen qne eventual-
mente ambos Iwearn sobre
algn punto especifico. En ese
punto, uno n otro se vera
obligado a renunciar'.
NoU:Es significativo que
los prrafos anteriores fueron
escritos slo una semana des-
Dus de la vigorosa negativa de
Wilson y Johnston de que es
taban peleando.
LAS ELECCIONES
Con el mayor grado de inters Se han llevado
a cabo Jas elecciones este ao. Inusitado inters
que dice bien a las claras que ya el estudiante em-
pieza a ser... estudiante. Ese'espritu universita-
rio nuestro... tan decado, tan poco anuente a la
lucha continua por las cosas del Alma Mater pa-
rece levantarse de un letargo. Es la hora de las
reivindicaciones estudiantiles. Es la hora de olvi-
darse de pasionismos y egocentrismos angustiosos
para dedicarnos a laborar por solo la Universidad.
Para los que- han ganado en las elecciones, felicita-
ciones, parabienes... pero que luchen, y que lo ha-
gan bien. Para los que hemos perdido, es un alien-
to ms porque acaso no hemos bregado por tantos
aos por esta cosa universitario que consideramos
tan nuestra, tan incluida en nosotros mismos? Las
posiciones estudiantiles en los organismos adminis-
trativossin demagogia s y debe ser de los ms
capaces, Pero el triunfo o la derrota no es obstcu-
lo para la labor. Ojal lo comprendan as todos los
elementos que conjugan la Universidad.
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'Aventura de las Ideas"
por Moiss Chong M. ,
Nuestra Historia Patria
Si consideramos a la historia
como una valoracin en el tiem-
po de, la actividad del hombre
y de los pueblos, no hay duda de
ou< tendr sentido el estudio de
nuestro pasado. Porque, qu o-
tro motivo puede tener la histo-
ria que no sea el de encontrar
valores y el de establecer toda
una Jerarqua axlolgica para
asi tener una idea cabal de lo
que hicieron y de lo que deja-
ron de hacer los hombres del
ayer?.
Cuando decimos, entonces,
"Historia Patria", nos esUmos
refiriendo a lo que le pas al
hombre panameo que ya no es,
a ese hombre que es hoy sujeto
de Investigacin. Y cuando nos
preguntamos qu le pas a este
hombre, estamos, tambin, ha-
cindonos otra pregunta an
ms honda, a saber, qu pen-
saba v que senta. Pensar y sen-
tir son dos modos de ser o de
comportarse el Individuo. Pero
esto slo sucede en funcin de
una realidad objetiva y, en
nuestro caso, en funcin de una
realidad histrica. De ah la im-
portancia del estudio de nuestra
historia. No porque ello tenga
un valor prctico Inmediato, si-
no porque el solo hecho de me-
terse uno en el pasado es ya u-
na bsqueda del .conocimiento
histrico que, despus de todo,
va, a Integrar junto' con otros
elementos no menos necesarios
e importantes eso que solemos
llamar "cultura panamea" o
"cultura nacional".
El presente tema se dirige,
pues, a ubicar el lugar preciso
que le corresponde al estudio tjel
pasado panameo o, lo que es lo
mismo, de nuestra Historia Pa-
tria. Es que estudiar nuestro
Ssado es buscar las races hls-
ricas de "lo" panameo, es ir
al encuentro de U herencia que
nos legaron los que fueron antes
que nosotros; es. en suma, deve-
lar lo que histrleamente per-
manece oculto, descubrir los se-
cretos que subyacen en forma
de incgnita y de interrogan-
tes. En la hora actual el estu-
dio del pretrito panameo equl--
vate a decir encuentro de nos-
otros mismos.
Hoy ms que nunca, el estudio
de la Historia Patria cobra una
importancia decisiva. Ante el pe-
ligro de vernos absorbidos por
una cultura extraa a nuestro
particular modo de sentir. El
Estado panameo, en la presente
circunstancia, deberla orientar
gran parte de sus actividades
culturales al estudio de nuestra
historia o, sea, al estudio de los
valores que han Ido realizn-
dose a travs del tiempo en este
Istmo- que se llama de Panam.
Conviene reflexionar sobre este
aspecto de la vida panamea,
sobre todo, porque se nota una
cierta desorientacin ideolgica
que, a la larga, acabar por hun-
dirnos en la ms terrible y la-
mentable confusin. Hacer lo
contrario es olvidarnos de lo que
fuimos ayer y, por consiguiente,
perder la nocin de patria, de
nacionalidad y depor qu no?
panameldad. Asi se explican
las palabras de Alejandro Kor
cuando dice -que "el nico me-
dio eficaz de' comprender los
problemas actuales es referirlos
a su gnesis histrica". Es decir,
somos ahora por lo que fuimos
ayer. Volver U mirada hacia a-
trs con criterio cientfico y sis-
temtico es conocer, hasU cier-
to punto, lo que somos y, .tam-
bin. In que vamos a ser.
Seor Armando Diaz W.,
Universidad de Panam.
Distinguido y culto amigo:
Tus notas dominicales aparecidas en la ltima entrega de
"Actualidad Universitaria" han despertado en mi un verdadero
sentimiento de simpata. A no dudarlo, la defensa que all haces
de los cursos de filosofa son U mejor prueba de que en este pas
an quedan algunas cabezas sensatas, alertas siempre a luchar
por la cultura.
Nosotros, los que nos hemos agitado en el seno de la Facultad
de Filosofa y Letras hemos consideradoy con nosotros el De-
cano Rafael E. Moscoteque el ncleo vital de esta FaculUd lo
constituyen los estudios de filosofa. Porque una Facultad de Filo-
sofa y Letras que no ostente en sus planes de estudio la conside-
racin sistemtica y detenida de los problemas de la Filosofa,
tendra que comenzar por cerrarse. Y a tanto ha llegado el
malestar que hay universitarios para quienes la filosofa, pomo
estudio, no tiene valor.
Seria necesario, pues, que nuestra Facultad tomara cartas en
el asunto, estimulando a los estudiantes para que se Inscriban en
el Curso d Filosofa, ofreciendo la perspectiva de que si bien la
filosfla "no paga", como vulgarmente se dice, s ofrece al estu-
diante la posibilidad Ilimitada de coadyuvar conscientemente a U
inmensa y tremenda tarea de crear una verdadera cultura na-
cional.
Muy bien, migo Armando. Con tu crnica del domingo pa-
sado has Iniciado el combate por la cultura, combate en el cual
queremos participar los que aspiramos a definir con precisin- y
claridad los perfiles de la nacionalidad panamea.
Tu amigo,
Moiss Chong M.
-AVISO-
Se avisa a las personas interesadas an aar Instruc-
toras da Educacin Fsica sn la Universidad da Panam,
qua daban presentar al Dscano da la Facultad da Filo-
sofa, Latras y Educacin, Profesor Rafael E. Moscote,
los documentos que poseen comprobatorios da su pre-
paracin e idoneidad hasta el da 20 de junio en curso,
a las 5 p.m.
Panam, junio 16 da 1951
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Las presentes fotografas muestran momentos en qne se vo-
taba en la* Facultades de Ciencias Furas e Ingeniera y
Arquitectura.
Panam, 5 de junio de 1951.
Seor Doctor Don
OcUvlo Mondes Pereira,
Rector de la Universidad,
Presente. i
Mi ^estimado Doctor Mndez:
Con una especial complacencia deseo dejar constancia,
ante usted, como Director que soy del Departamento de Fe-
rias del Ministerio de Agricultura, Comercio e Industrias,
de la brillante labor llevada a cabo por los estudiantes de
la Facultad de Ingeniera y Arquitectura, seores Julio K.
Mora y Mario R. Mastellarl A.
Por primera vez en U historia de las Eerias, ei planea-,
miento y la direccin en su construccin, fueron conducidos
por jvenes estudiantes de arquitectura de nuestra Univer-
sidad, v
La aprobacin entusiasta de los versados- en esa ma-
teria, as como la enorme concurrencia de profanos que se'
dio cita en los terrenos de la Feria, nos ha.dado el-ndice,
orientador para los prximos torneos que se celebren. No
podremos prescindir en adelante de la tcnica de los jve-
nes entrenados, para orgullo nuestro, en la Universidad de
Panam. '
Mora y Mastellarl han dejado el nombre del primer,
plantel educativo en un elevado sitial.
Acepto usted, doctor Mndez, nuestras felicitaciones:
ms calurosas por la labor de los estudiantes menclpnados.
y hgalas extensivas, se lo ruego, al claustro de sus profe-
sores,-; a
D* usted con la ms alto consideracin y respeto,
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Ti
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1051
EL DITRANI EXPONE SU INVICTO Y EL PACIFICO
SE JUEGA LA OPCIN EN EL FTBOL DE HOY
Se miden con el Hispano y el Huracn
respectivamente en el torneo de la.
Seis Ejemplares De La Clase
Se Baten Esta Tarde En J.
"A"
Franco
Se espera un duelo
entre Welsh Loch
y Phoebus Apollo
Por RDEME
Los campeones de la pista se
batirn esta tarde en el evento
estelar de la funcin hpica que
se celebrar en el Hipdromo
Nacional, sobre una distancia
le 1300 metros y por un premio
oe B 1.000.00
Seis ejemplares han sido u-
critos en esta carrera la cual ue
be resultar sumamente reida
dada la calidad de los equinos
competidores. Se destaca aqu el
(^teloz Phoebus Apollo que en es-
t, ocasin llevar sobre sus lo-
mos al jinete Blas Aguirrc y
que por su rapidez ser sin lu-
gar a dudas el escogido de la
mayora de los fanticos.
No obstante el rpido ingls
tendr como adversarlos peligro
803 a Welsh Loch y Pinard que
estn en magnificas condicio-
" nes. Tambin se presentan como
contendores de cuidado, Avenue
Road, Dictador y Ratling Light.
En otra de las pruebas prin-
cipales de la funcin hpica d'j-
/njnlcal se estrechan los equi-
nos de la clase "B" sobre una
distancia de 1300 metros. Gor-
l sewood es nuestro escogido pa-
ra ganar esta carrera.
He aqui nuestros pronstico.,:
la. Carrera: Hortensia Tully
I Guba. \
v 2a. carrera: Jota Jota Tolete.
3a. carrera: Don Joaquin Co-
rSablanca-
4a. carrera Miranda Aqu
fffctoy.
Sa. carrera: Stella Batn.
6a. carrera: Montlellto Mimo.
7a. carrera: Gorsewood Full.
8a. carrera: Betn El Mongo.
9a. carrera Pinard Phoeuiw
Apollo
10a. carrera: Dalid* P Vilia-
rreal.
lia. carrera: Peggy Poltico.
Preside la Liga de
Bisbol Santa Rita
EL VETERANO ES CONSISTENTE. El veterano Pinard te Impuso la semana pasada en Ib
prneba principal del Hipdromo, bajo un magnifica monta del jinete Osvaldo Chanis. Aqu
se puede notar claramente el triunfo del pupilo del Stud Blue Ac White, sobre Welsh Loch
que lleco segundo.

REIDA CARRERA. En esta vista podemos apreciar la llegada en la cual derrot Frutal a
Betn en una de las carreras mas emocionantes de la funcin hpica pasada. Tercero lleg
aqui Fangio. ........... ..
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por K L H ''
TOMAS MUOZ
Uno de los ms decididos j
entusiastas propulsoras uc
Baseball Amateur, fundador y
Presidente de la Liga Santa Ri-
ta, y coyas gestiones en favor
de esta actividad estn resul-
tando de positivo provecho pa-
> ra la pelota panamea.
Muos constituye una garan-
ta para cualquiei Liga, y sus
servicios han resultado valiosos
ec las Jistintas entidades don-
de ha actuado.
Fu delegado Jefe de la No-
; vena que represent a Panam
en el pasado Campeonato Na-
cional de Baseball en Chitr.
Deseamos al amigo y depor-
tista Toms Muos xitos en
la Liga que preside.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1.Marsellesa
2.Callejera
8Volador
4.Pesadilla
6Batan
6.Mimo
7.Gorsewood
8.Lacey
9.Phoebus Apollo
10.Dali'ia P.
11.Politico
Baby Rol
Jota Jota
Mr. Espinosa
O. Patricia
Filigrana
Montlellto
Curaca
El Mago (e)
W. Loch
O. Babe
Cacique
.i io> oh ivi.
u
^ aaaa oaran
Huuyj anaaaay
.na asujoa a a a
>i;i da^jyj 3aara
iwid>a>ii aaaaa
'JJM3 uianu
'inajij aaaanaa
aaa mulgili can
universitario: Recuerda que la
unin hace la fuerza: inscrbe-
te en la Asociacin Deportiva.
Coopera para que la funcin de
hoy sea na xito.
(Continuacin)
Es ms. Impulsaremos a nues-
tros compaeros para que exi-
jan de ellos un' mayof rendi-
miento en bien de la Universi-
dad y de la Patria. Oportuna-
mente tendremos una reunin
para tratar sobre este tema de
trascendental 1 m p o rtancla y
lanzarnos de Inmediato a la lu-
cha para corregir estos defec-
tos.
Segn el compaero univer-
sitario Everardo E. Gonzlez,
este articulo fue tomado de
"tomo" No. 4, rgano de la so-
ciedad "Los Galenos".
No nos querja otro remedio
que hacer causa comn con los
estudiantes de las facultades de
Medicina y Ciencias para tratar
de encauzar el profesorado de
nuestra casa de estudios. Est
probado que se necesita una
depuracin del profesorado de
uestra Universidad a pesar de
ue. se quiera hacer ver lo Con-
rado.
Hace unos das nada ms tu-
. Irnos la oportunidr I e hablar
con un estudiante | 'rsitario
de la Universidad f orna de
Mxico y nos man a pre-
gunta que le hiclrac, que den-
tro de la Universidad Autno-
ma los estudiantes haban or-
ganizado una Sociedad pro-De-
puracin del Profesorado. Que
al principio esa sociedad tuvo
que luchar contra las mismas
autoridades y contra algunos
estudiantes, pero que al final
llegaron a respirar tranquila-
mente y que se hizo la depu-
racin, es decir, se elimino a
todo profesor que no tuviera
ganas de trabajar, y llegando
en .cierta ocasin hasta tener
candidatos para la Rectora de
la Universidad. Que hoy da
esa sociedad es una de las de
ms pujanza dentro de los or-
ganismos universitarios.
Nosotros ac debemos hacer
lo posible por tener una so-
ciedad de esa naturaleza, por-
que se necesita trabajar de ver-
dad por nuestra Universidad y
por la patria como dice el com-
paero Gonzlez. Podemos In-
formar a los compaeros uni-
versitarios que de la misma
manera est luchando la Aso-
ciacin Deportiva y hoy se pue-
de deoir que ya tiene una apre-
clable cantidad de miembros.
Ya es hora da que despierte de
su letargo el estudiante univer-
sitario para que comlenea a lu-
char para acabar con ese ele-
mento que se ha filtrado por
todas las facultades. Se supli-
ca a todos los estudiantes que
se acerquen ai Paraninfo cade
vez que haya conferencias, re-
uniones d Cualquier ndole pa-
ra que no se diga que los es-
tudiantes no tienen inters e
no estn acostumbrados a Ir s
esos actos.
Alemn vs. Pacfico y Ambato-Hispano
los dos juegos del ftbol menor hoy
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de Segunda Categora
Provincia de Panam
G E P Pts
2 2 0 6
Santander .. ..
Alemn .. .. .
Ambato .. .. ..
Ancn Jr. ,. ...
Hispano Jr. ..
Amrica ......
Pacfico de 2a.
El campeonato de ftbol de
segunda categora de la Liga
Provincial de Panam contina
hoy en la maana en la can-
cha del Estadio Olmpico con
los Juegos.
Alemn vi. Pacifico de 2a.
8:45 a.m.
Ambato vs. Hispano Jr.
10:18 a.m.
El actual estado de la com-
petencia no dice que los ale-
manes se presentan a defender
su Invicto y de paso quedar
solos en el puesto de honor,
pero los uacifistas menores lle-
garn hoy al cuadro convenci-
dos que obtendrn puntuacin.
En el otro cotejo el Ambato
tratar tambin de pasar al
comando aunque sus rivales del
Hispano Jr. tienen la firme de-
cisin de entrar en el pelotn
de vanguardia, todo lo cual in-
dica que estos dos encuentros
resultaran reidos y satisfacto-
rios.
campen Plummer pelea
?rtorriqueo J. Compos
El campen nacional de bo-
xeo, peso pluma Federico Plum-
mer se mide esta oche en Co-
ln con el pgil portorriqueo
Jess Compos a una limite de
diez asaltos y con un peso de
130 libras.
En el semifinal pelearn Vi-
cente Worrel y Oeorglno Prez,
en 126 libras y a seis vueltas.
Los dos preliminares a cuatro
asaltos cada uno corrern a
cargo de Carlos Watson vs. Da-
vid Martnez en 135 libras, y
Fidel Morris vs. Joe Sande en
126 libras.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Importadores
Tagarpulos, SA.
El torneo de tenis
ofrece hoy dos
atractivos partidos
Con dos partidos contina hoy
en la maana el Torneo abier-
to de Tenis y medirn fuerzas
ern el calendario confeccio-
nado, los jugadores
B. HELE vs. CERMELLI
8: SO a.m.
y
W. HEARN vs. H. 8PAULDING
9:30 a.m.
Ambos partidos se desarrolla-
rn en la cancha de la Pisci-
na Olmpica y prometen resul-
tar movidos interesante.
En los pasados encuentros
Vernnaci le gan a Pascual por
6-2 v 6-3; Pinate se impuso a
Gelabert por 7-4 y 6-3, y G. Ma-
duro" derrot a Elle por 6-0 }
6-0.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol de Primera Categora
Provincia de Panam
G E P Pts.
Ditranl........4 2 0 10
Ancn........4 0 2 8
Hispano......112 7
Pacifico .. .... S 1 3 5
Ibrico ..........2 1 4 S
Huracn......11 5 3
Los dos encuentros que tiene
para esta tarde el Campeonato
de ftbol mayor de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam, estarn a
cargo de los equipos
Ambos partidos se desarrolla-
rn en la cancha del Estadio
Olmpico y prometen resultar
muy Interesantes y movidos, ya
que todos se juegan importan-
te carta en sus aspiraciones de
lograr el campeonato. Asi tene-
mos que el Ditranl defejider su
Invicto en el comando del tor-
neo; sus rivales del Hispano
tratarn de inclinar la victo-
ria a su fvor para pasar al
segundo lugar. En el otro Jue-
go, el Pacfico se empear en
acercarse al pelotn de van-
guardia, mientras que el Hu-
racn lcbar por una mejor
colocacin y puntuacin.
Con Dos Partidos Sigue Hoy El
Softball Del C. De Bomberos
Dos par Idos presentan hoy lu
Liga de "Softball del Cuerpo de
Bomberos.
Dichos juegos sern protago-
nizados por los equipos:
Compaa No. 4 vs. Coman-
dancia.
Electricistas vs. Compaa
No. 2.
_Ambog_Jueg08_se_ presentan.
___-a iles ya que estos equi-
pos estn luchando por alcan-
iar loa puestos privilegiados pa-
ra entrar en la serle final de
este campeonato.
La prxima Semana debe ter-
minar el calendarlo regular del
torneo y una vez concluido se
llevar a cabo la serle final
para escoger el ganador. '
TT
La Semana
en Deportes
por
QmltUrmp Kotta
BASKETBALL.El mircoles debutarn los "Trotamundos da
Harlem" en el Gimnasio Nacional... Los cJgarrleo continuaban
anoche invictos en el circuito masculino Con gran entusiasmo inauguro su Campeonato la liga de cate-
dral. ..Torneo femenino tendr l Centro Amador Guerrero.. .Se
anuncian cambios de directores en algunos equipos de primera... <
El Operten se mantiene invicto en el circuito femenio al ganar-1
le al Daar por un punto.. .Anoche se Inauguraba el Campeona-1
to de Penonom...El equipo Royal Crown di la Liga de* Zona
est formado en su totalidad por jugadores Damenos.. .Dos jue-1
eos en Panam y uno en Coln ofrecern los Trotamundos de Har-'
lem... Interesantes partidos est presentando el circuito menor1
masculino... Antn venci.a Divisa en juego dedicado al Ingeniero1
Navarro... En los Juegos de primera categora de la semana, el'
Daar le gan a las colonenaes en las damas, v en los hombres
ganaron Bam y Lord Chester, dps Juegos cada uno y Mauricio...1
Est aumentando la concurrencia a los partido* en el Gimnasio...'
Se est gestionando la Jira de un equipo panameo a Quito...'
Doce equipos inscritos para .el Campeonato de segunda categora
de Coln.. .Los Juegos de las damas sern dedicados a estrellas
del pasado.. .Los dos partidos de maana son Lord Chester vs.
Carta Vieja y Bam vs. Madurlto.
Comentarios de la jira del Deportivo
Ditranl a San iose de tosa kica
Por MIGUEL A. BIVAS
(Continuacin)
Iniciaron un Juego brusco;
Sandiford es pateado en el sue-
lo en el pmulo izquierdo, san-
grando profusamente, Inicin-
dose los primeros intentos de
agresin en masa, pero que lo-
gr calmarse continundose el
partido despus de curado. Se-
guido a ello ya escasos minu-
tos, Mendoza sustituye a Gas-
cn por cansancio, con tan ma-
la suerte que le toma la peor
de toda? las partes, cuando al
tratar de detener el avance del
delantero Parachin Alvarado,
cae al suelo Incorporndose,
tratando de defenderse ante el
amago de ataque que ste ]e
hiciera, separa n d o 1 o s varios
compaeros; pero al darle la
espalda Mendoza para atender
su juego, aprovecha Alvarado y
de manera vil y cobarde lo pa-
tea en el costado izquierdo lle-
vndolo al fuelo, siendo sacado
det partido por el estado de-
primente en que se encontra-
ba. Este fu el segundo Inten-
to en masa; nuestros Jugadores
trataron de responder como
hombres ante tanta bajeza, in-
vadiendo el pblico la cancha,
teniendo la Guardia Civil que
despejarla. Los nuestros trata-
ron de abandonar el Campo de
Juego, pero los delegados les hi-
cieron ver que mejor que ter-
minaran el partido. Continuan-
do ya con los nimos exalta-
dos, en verdad ya no era ftbol,
era su degeneracin. Transcu-
rridos 20 minutos de Juego en
la segunda etapa, el defensa
panameo. C. Prez, al tratar
de detener un avance de la de-
lantera tica comete un foul fue-
ra del rea penal; el arbitro
sanciona con una falta, pero el
Jugador contrario no importn-
dole con la presencia del ar-
bitro arremete contra Prez en
forma inhumana respondiendo
ste. Aqui se form el verdade-
ro lio, los muchachos trataron
de defenderse de los ataques,
el pblico saltaba por encima
de las vallas protectoras del
campo de Juego, armados de pa-
los, piedras y hasta cuchillos,
verdadera bronca. Pero lo ms
lastimoso seores, es la actitud
asumida por la Guardia Civil,
quien en vez de protegernos,
esgrimieron sus armas en nues-
tra contra, resaltando el Te-
niente Julio Castro, quin en
forma descomedida y brutal
maltrat a Prez, sacando su
pistola para herirlo, cosa que
no consum por la Intervencin
de algunos de sus colegas y
delegados nuestros, en Igual for-
ma fu tratado De Len. Es de
hacer constar la patritica y
valiente actitud asumida por el
seor Walter Myers Jr., en los
momentos apremiantes y dif-
ciles. En medio del altercado,
el arbitro Navarro declar ter-
minado el partido, faltando
exactamente 19 minutos de Jue-
go, cuando Panam amenazaba
constantemente la puerta con-
traria y nuestros muchachos f-
sicamente demuestran estar en
mejores condiciones que los ti-
cos, quienes lucan cansados .
como consecuencia de ello recu-
rrieron al juego brusco, patean-
do a los nuestros bajo el ampa-
ro de un arbitraje que rebaja
por completo los preceptos de
Honorabilidad e Idoneidad de
que tanto hacen gala las au-
toridades ticas de este depor-
te. Finalizado el partido nos di-
rigimos a los camerinos en medio
de rechiflas, actos d' groseras.
Para ll coltados por la Polica, a o lar-
go de a Avenida nos esperaba
el pblico para continuar con
gestos villanos, disponiendo los
muchachos entonar con ese es-
pritu muy panameo y muy
noble, nuestra recordada mar-
cha "Panam la Patria es Ma
Suelo Grato Encantador", hasta
llegar al Hotel donde la Guar-
dia permaneci toda la noche
ja fin de evitar trastornos ms
dolorosos que los ocurridos. En
todo San Jos no se hablaba
de otra cosa, que de los inci-
dentes ocurridos, era el tema
favorito de la Radio y la Pren-
sa. En uno de los diarios de esa
ciudad, con fecha del lunes 4
de junio, apareci con grandes
tituios el siguiente comentarlo:
"Ftbol, patadas, malacrianza
y sangre", textualmente deca
"Actuaciones hubo que no se
ajustan a las normas de caba-
llerosidad respeto de humani-
dad." Refirindose al Director
del Alajuela deca; "Uno de sus
equlpistas fus en determinado
momento muy duro con un ju-
gador panameo y esa actitud
fu motivo del disgusto enojoso
y bochornoso que acab con
el espectculo." Si seores, aho-
ra pueden formarse un con-
cepto claro de lo ocurrido, Ju-
gadores que apelaban a recur-
sos que se deja ver claramente
el estado de decaimiento del
ftbol tico, que por no lucir
a la altura de otros tiempos,
Jugadores y arbitros cometen
actos bochornosos. Actos como
el sucedido en contra de Pa-
nam, fueron Cometidos a otras
delegaciones visitantes, primero
con el equipo italiano Genova,
seguido del Sui Lorenzo Alma-
gro de la Argentina, con la De-
legacin Salvadorea; ah, tri-
fulca aquella, nos cuentan. Qu
piensan las autoridades ticas al
respecto no piensan do mane-
ra serena poner remedio a esta
clase de actas que lesionan de
manera lamentable si sentido
de hermandad, de acercamien-
to que debe imperar en el al-
ma de los pueblos es que re-
sulta imposible quitarse de en-
cima ese arraigado fanatismo
Porque no tratar de despejar
esas complejas Situaciones que
solo provocan el sentimiento y
dlstanciamiento de los pueblos.
Tratemos de disipar ese descr-
dito y hagamos volver a la nor-
malidad esa hermandad como
vnculo sincero, y aaq de indes-
tructible de la unin de los
pueblos qua necesitan el con-
curso de un amplia entendi-
miento en pro del progreso y
la concordia,
VENDIENDO BARATO VENDEMOS HAS
Tenemos la mayor varie-
dad de cerraduras Yale y
Corbin. Gran surtido de
bisagras.
TODO CON EL 20%
DE DESCUENTO
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Calle M Este No. 4 Telfonos 2-3385 y 2-2088
FTBOL.El Deportivo Mendoza pas al comando del ftbol
mayor del Chorrillo.. .Ayer finalizaba el torneo infantil de Ba-j
rraza...El Ditranl defender hoy su Invicto frente al Hispano en,
la primera y en el otro partido chocarn Pacifico y Huracn...!
En el Campeonato de segunda Jugarn Alemn vs. Paciflco.Jr. y,
Ambato vs. Hispano Jr... .Nada se ha resuelto para la Temperada,
de Coln...El Ibrico jugar hoy en La Chorrera con el seieccio-,
nado de dicho lugar.. .Finalizar hoy el torneo menor de la? Liga
de La Chorrera... El Ditranl venci al Ancn por 2 a 1 y el Ibrico
se impuso al Huracn por 4 a 1 en la divisin mayor.. Dos parti-
dos ofrecer hoy el campeonato del Chorrillo.. El Santander em-
pat el comando en la seguda categora.. .Con atractivos partidos
continuarn hoy las Justas del Oratorio...Se iniciaron las com-
petencias del Instituto Nacional. i
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BASEBALL.La Liga de Barrara inaugurar boy SU campeo-
nato y en el juego de apertura chocarn Miranda vs. Crespo...
Comenz el curso para Anotadores corf30 alumnos.. Han entrado
en sus etapas finales los torneos juveniles de Sania Hita.. .El equl-'
po Vista Hermosa conquist el Campeonato de la Liga, de Calido,
na y er Carpano qued de subeampen.. .La Peneba se asesorar,
con personas idneas para los exmenes a aspirantes de director,
del seleccionado nacional...Se iniciar hoy la segunda vuelta del,
torneo invernal de La Chorrera con el juego Unin vs. Dedortivo,
Chin..H. Gordon est actuando satisfactoriamente en el norte,
te ios Estados Unidos.. Equipos de la Liga Profesional han eo-,
menzado a buscar jugadores.. .El circuito menor de la Liga Santa,
Rita inaugur su temporada y ayer inauguraba su competencia, i
el circuito mayor d la misma Liga.. .Distinguidas figuras tomarn;
parte hoy en la primera Jugada del partido de la Liga Santa Rita, i
------------------------- i
BOXEO.Esta noche pelear Federico Plummer con el porto-1
rriqueb Jess Compos en Coln.. .Despaigne venci por decisin;
a Young Fhmigan en Cartagena, Colombia... Suspendido el pgil'
norteamericano Al Penlno y multado el promotor Beresford... En
los encuentros amateurs de )a semana ganaron Bleftvehido Ramos,
Carlos Innls, Leslie Maynard, Klko Mosquera y Wllfredo Brath-
white. .71)1 prximo domingo se efectuar un gran programa ama-
teur en Coln.
HPICA.La clase "A" tiene a su cargo la estelar de hoy ea1
Juan Franco...Se pide Clsico dedicado a Coln...El Jinete Os-
valdo Chanis se destac con mayor nmero de ganadores esta se-
mana...R. "Boby" Reid posiblemente monte esta semana... Est
apareciendo la columna ^Deporte de los Reyes", de H. Alzamora.
Pinard gan la carrera estelar del pasado domingo.
VARIOS.Continuar hoy el torneo de Tenis.. .Atractivos par-'
tidos sigue ofreciendo el campeonato de softball de los Bombe-:
ros Estn reparando el Gimnasio de Antn...Comenzaron los,
trabajos de los servicios sanitarios de Santa Rita.. .Los estadios de
David y Santiago estn recibiendo gran atencin del Ministro Nor-,
berto Navarro.. .Los locutores vencieron a los periodistas por a 8,
en softball...Torneo relmpago de ajedrez tendr lugar el 23...Es-,
tan organizando varios torneos en Chlrlqui.. .Para maanase a-,
nuncio la apertura del Campeonato de Ping Pong...Educacin,
Fisica se queja de la calidad de ciertos accesorios deportivos...,
Luis Friedman, luchador campen, se convertir en profesional...,
Se denuncia cierta discriminacin en la Piscina...Se gestiona la
celebracin de torneos de tenis para damas v novatos. ..Se orga*,
nlz Asociacin de Cronistas deportivos en David con Ricardo Na* i
varro de Presidente.. Celebr la ARD de Coln su tercer aniver-
sario ..Se han reanudado las actividades de Esgrima... Prof eso-
res especializados darn cursos sobre educacin fisica y deportes ...
En Coln tambin solicitan mejoras para el cuadro.. .Gran torneo
de atletismo se llevar a cabo el domingo 24 en Coln.. .Torneo
de Levantamiento de pesas se anuncia para hoy en coln...Con
entusiasmo sigue la Justa de volleyball del Liceo._______- i
"~ ,
Interesante Doble Juego De
Basket Se Celebra Maana i
Doble juego en su categora mayor masciiUna presentar ma-
ana en el Gimnasio Nacional la Usa Provincial de Basketball,
desde Us 7:00 de la noebe en adelante.
Los Juegos de maana corren a cargo de los esuipo Carta
Vieja v Chesterfield, encuentro este en el cual los udgar^Ulero
defienden por sptima ves su condicin de "'ctos, uto loa e-
ligrosos rivales del Carta Vieja. En el segando partido te mlen
Bam y Madurlto, defendiendo el conjunto"lupuloao" su segundo
puesto, mientras que sus contrarios lucharn a toda cesta sr lo-
grar el triunfo y mejorar in colocacin._______________________ ,
Bam y Cigarrilleros reforzados los
'5' que jugarn con ios 'trotamundos'
_ Por BETO TEJADA
Los equipos que se enfrenta-
rn a los "Trotamundos de Har-
lem" en su visita la ciudad
capital, fueron escogidos por la
Federacin Nacional de Basket-
ball. El mircoles 20 fecha del
debut de los mundlalmente fa-
mosos canasteros, se medirn
los capitalinos del "Bam" re-
forzados con los "Blancos" de
los Trotter, en el segundo Jue-
S;o del mismo da chocarn los
ocales del "Lord Chester" y los
"Morenos" de losTrotter. El dia
21 se miden las strellas Blan-
cas de los Trotier con las Es-
trellas Negras del mismo equi-
Eo en un Juego de exhibicin, ,
1 da .22 en la Arena de Co-
ln Jugarn nuevamente las la'
trenas Blancas y las Estrellas
Negras.
La Federacin Nacional esco-
ger los porteros y taquilleras
de esta serle y la Liga reco-
mendar los arbitros y anota-
dores:
En el Juego preliminar del I
jueves 2 chocarn probablemen-
te 'las equipos Operten y Car-
donas del Circuito Femenino.


DOMINGO JUNIO 17. 1951

DOMINICAL
PACUNA .CINCO
El Base De Barraza Inaugura Hoy Su Campeonato
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Inicia Hoy Su Segunda Vuelta
El Baseball De La Chorrera
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UNA CAREER A ACCIDENTADA. Muestra eita vista el final de la prueba en la cual se im-
puso el caballo Rathlin Li*ht a Goraewood, en una carrera muy accidentada. En esta prueba
el jinete Jaramillo, que montaba a Daiquiri, rod y se encuentra en estado de gravedad en el
Hospital Santo Tomas. El caballo Daiquiri tuvo que ser sacrificado.
Por 8. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS CONJUNTOS
BASEBALL INVERNAL DE LA
CHORRERA
O.
Deportivo Chin 5
Unin ..........4
Balboa .........2
El Puerta .......
Hoy en la maana con el par-
tido entre el Dopirtivo Chin marcha a la cabeza y el. Unin
que viene descontando ventaja
al puntero. Inicia la Liga Inver-
nal de Baseball Amateur de La
Chorreara, la segunda vuelta de
su Interesante torneo. En el si-
guiente partido chocan Balboa
v El Puerto. .
El Unin Tratar de Empatar
La Justa
El Chin y el Unin salen en
compromiso de hoy, dispues-
tos a mejorar su opcin; de a&-
lli airosos los chinos aumenta-
rn 2 juegos y medio su ventaja
en el primer lugar y con la;
mejores condiciones de adjud.-
rarse el pendn de la Liga, peo
de suceder lo contrario, enton-
ces los unionistas empatarn la
justa.
Los directores han guardado
en completo secreto el nomore
de sus lanzadores abridores.
El Puerto Sale en Busca de su
Primera Victoria
Los muchachos de El Puiv o
que han perdido sus 5 compro-
misos anteriores, saldrn dis-
puestos vencer a sus contra-
rios y asi obtener su primer
triunfo, mientras que el Balboa
buscar la manera de ganar i-a-
ra recortar margen a los pun-
teros.
Ambos equipos han estado
practicando diariamente en el
Cuadro de Matuna para su nm
promlso de hoy, por lo cual *c
espera que el partido resulte in-
teresante del primero al ltimo
episodio, i
Conozca el Juego
de Boliche
Por Chirca
Sigue maana el
torneo de base
de Santa Rita
Maana Lunes se iniciar la
serie final de baseball de la ca-
tegora intermedia de Santa Ri-
ta con el partido entre los e-
qulpos:
Vega Mndez vs. Chesterfren
Muy reidos estn resultando
lodos estos juegos en los cuales
participarn pequeos peloteros
que lograrn aprender asi el dif-
cil deporte del baseball.
El mircoles continuar la se-
rie con el partido entre el Kios
cj Barriada y Spur Cola. El
Jueves Juegan La Hora vs. Tan-
que Aguirre y el viernes No/oa
vs. Klko Mosquera.
SIGUE SU RACHA DE TRIUNFOS. El potro Sandwood ha continuado su cadena de triun-
fos en el Hipdromo. En esta vista lo vemos obteniendo su ltimo triunfo sobre Gale Force
que ocup la segunda colocacin y Own Power la tercera.
Deportistas de Veraguas piden que
se terminen los trabajos del Estadio
.
Los miembros de la asocia- obra de aliento al deporte na-
cin deportiva, Juventud Popu-
lar Revolucionaria de Veraguas,
han remitido a los ministros de
Educacin y Obras Pblicas, un
memorial, con el fin de que
sean reinlclados los trabajos del
Estadio de Veraguas. Dicho me-
morial firmado por ms de 500
personas, es del siguiente tenor:
Santiago, 15 de Junio de 1951.
Seores
Norberto Navarro y
Ricardo Bermdez,
Ministros de Obras Pblicas
y Educacin.
Panam.
Seores Ministros:
Los abajo firmantes, miem-
bros de la "Juventud Popular
Revolucionarla", y deportistas
en general, nos dirigimos de la
manera mas respetuosa a uste-
des, revestidos en esta ocasin
de las honrosas distinciones de
Ministros de Obras Pblicas y
Educa clon, respectivamente,
dentro del Gabinete Nacional
que preside el ciudadano Pre-
sidente, don Alclbades Arose-
mena. Queremos, por este me-
dio, plantearles de manera for-
mal la campaa que tanto nues-
tra entidad revolucionaria, co-
mo los dems deportistas en
general llevamos a cabo en es-
ta ciudad, con el fin de ter-
minar 'el estadio veragense. De
ustedes, seores ministros, de-
mandamos en armonioso plan
de solicitud, toda la ayuda que
a bien dispongan por la via
de los hechos en beneficio de
la educacin fsica y el depor-
te nacional.'
Con el fin de cumplir un
compromiso contrado en pasa-
do campeonato nacional de ba-
seball aficionado, nuestra Pro-
vincia por intermedio de su Co-
mit Organizador y Comit Pro-
Cojjqtmqcin del Estadio, hi-
cieron' gestiones tendientes a
cumplir con la palabra empe-
ada por Veraguas. Sin em-
bargo a pesar de los Innume-
rables esfuerzos de varios di-
rigentes del deporte v la ayu-
da de varias autoridades, el
movimiento tendiente a cons-
truir el estadio qued en el
fracaso. Esto tiene su explica-
cin en las divergencias perso-
nales que en esa etapa del mo-
vimiento politico existan, no
slo en la Provincia, sino en
todo el terreno nacional. De tal
manera que las Intrigas "poli-
tiqueras" por parte de lo fun-
cionarios del gobierno, que con
capacidad para culminar esta
cional, acabaron prontamente
con un valioso movimiento cvi-
co que el pueblo veragense ha-
bla levantado sobre la base de
la agitacin y la orientacin
que valiosos redactores del de-
porte haban iniciado, auspi-
ciados por varias autoridades
entusiasmadas en la feliz cul-
minacin de la campaa.
Sin embargo creemos que el
asunto no est perdido. Existe
en la juventud de Veraguas;
en el estudiantado normalista;
en el espritu de incansabless
dirigentes de deporte y en el
nimo sincero de varias auto-
ridades, el principio especifico
de reinlclar cuanto antes los
trabajos del estadio. Para tales
efectos se ha dado un paso muy
acertado. La reunin del seor
Ministro de Educacin, Ing. Ri-
cardo Bermdez; el Gobernador
de la Provincia, seor Rafael
Murgas; el Alcalde, seor n-
gel E. Riera Pin Illa; el direc-
tor de la Escuela Normal, Lie.
Vicente Bayard y el presidente
de la FENEBA, seor Arturo
Illueca, en esta ciudad, con el
fin de establecer especficamen-
te la construccin del estadio
sobre las tierras del Municipio,
ha sido un paso muy signifi-
cativo en el desarrollo de nues-
tra campaa.
Nosotros los miembros de la
Juventud Popular .Revoluciona-
ria y los deportistas de toda la
Provincia, tenemos la absoluta
seguridad de que en esta oca-
sin contamos con vuestro res-
Daldo. Vuestra permanencia en
los ministerios que ocupan, es
motivo suficiente de honda
complacencia para nosotros, ya
que vemos en cada uno de us-
tedes, una garanta en la orien-
tacin que den a las obras de
merecido aliento en el deporte
y en la educacin popular, asi
como tambin el desarrollo de
otras obras significativas en la
vida de nuestro pas.
Esperando a la presente su
contestacin, la qie de ante-
mano deducimos ser llena de
optimismo, nos suscribimos de
ustedes, con toda consideracin
y respeto.
Por la Juventud Popular Re-
volucionarla,
Milcades Amores C, Srio. ge-
neral; Jos M. Medina Jr., Srlo.
de organizacin: Victor R. Pe-
droza Jr, Srio. de prensa y pro-
paganda; Rene Gonzlez B., se-
cretario de finanzas.
No existe ningn
club de ciclismo
"Artes y Oficios"
Dice el Sr. Cliford Bolt
Para su publicacin hemos re-
cibido la siguiente carta:
Sr. Editor Deportivo
"El Panam Amrica"
Muy seor mo:
. Es tiempo para una aclara-
clon. Esta aclaracin la hago
acerca de una carta que apa-
reci en su edicin de ayer bajo
el tlulo "No participar en nin-
gn evento el Club Ciclista Ar-
tes y Oficios", para due el p-
blico sepa que hay algo feo en
la persecucin que estn diri-
giendo ciertos Individuos contra
la Comisin Nacional de Ciclis-
mo.
Primero, no existe ningn
Club Ciclista A. y Oficios.
Por los ltimos dos aos la
Asociacin Deportiva Artes y
Oficios "Augusto Brondl" no te-
nia ciclistas, ni tenia represen-
tantes ante la Comislin Nacio-
nal de Ciclismo.
Bajo fecha del 12 de los co-
rrientes se reuni la Comisin
Nacional de Ciclismo en Asam-
blea General con los delegados
de los Clubes de Ciclistas Pa-
nam, Antonio Damin, Argen-
tina, Herbert Davenport y Vo-
ladores. A esta reunin se pre-
sent el seor Osvaldo Snchez
con la siguiente carta:
Panama, 12 de Junio de 1051.
Seor Presidente
de la Comisin de Ciclismo
Presente
Seor Presidente:
Por medio de la presente,
notifico a Ud. que he designa-
do al Sr. Osvaldo Snchez, re-
presentante de la Asociacin
Deportiva Artes y Oficios "Au-
gusto Brondl", ante la Comi-
sin que Ud. preside.
Con las consideraciones de mi
estimacin y aprecio, me es
grato suscribirme a Ud.
Por la Asociacin Deportiva
Artes y Oficios "Augusto Bron-
dl."
Carlos M. Romero S.
Presidente.
En esta sesin discutimos y
decidimos nuestro plan de tra-
bajo hasta noviembre 4 del
presente ao. El seor Osvaldo
Snchez particip activamente
en los debates hasta el fin de
la sesin, como pueden compro-
bar los quince ciclistas presen-
tes.
Imaginen, pues, la sorpresa
que encuentro cuando leo la
carta del -seor Osvaldo Sn-
FOl'LS DEFINICIN
Un foul ocurre cuando un ju-
gador permite que cualquier
parte de su pi, mano o braza
haga contacto con la pista ms
all de la lnea de foul en el
momento de lanzar a bola, o
que cualquier parte de su cuc-
po haga contacto con la pista,
canales, muros o columnas que
se encuentre sobre o delante ue
ia linea de foul, en cualquier
momento despus que la fcoia
rbandone las manos del Juga-
dor y pase sobre o delante de la
lnea de foul.
Un foul puede ser marcado al
jugador en cualquier momento
despus de haber efectuado un
lanzamiento legal hasta el lan-
zamiento de la siguiente bola.
Si un foul es cometido por un
jugador y es visible a ambos
capitanes o a uno o ms Juga-
dores de los equipos contendlcu
tes, y a pesar de que haya pa-
sado desapercibido al Juez de
linea ser declarado y anotado.
Lo mismo suceder cuando el
marcador automtico de fallas
por cualquier circunstancias, no
lo haya registrado.
FOUL DELIBERADO
SI un jugador con el objeto
de obtener ventajas, comete de-
liberadamente un foul, sera in-
mediatamente descalificado de
U serie que se juege, y ser re-
emplazado por otro. El fou! de-
liberado no ser permitido y -
nlcamente le sern adjudicados
aquellos pines que haya botado
en tal Juego, antes de ser des-
calificado-
EL FOUL CUENTA COMO
BOLA LANZADA
Se contar como bola lanzada
la que haya cometido un foul,
pero los pines derribados cuan-
do un foul es cometido no con-
tarn. Si un Jugador comete
foul en el lanzamiento de la
primera' bola, de un cuadro, los
piies derribados por sta sern
vueltos a colocar y nlcamcul?
los logrados en la segunda bola
contarn. En este caso, si con la
segunda bola derribada los 10
pines se contar como un 'opa-
re". Cuando con la segunda to-
chez. Parece que seor Osvaldo
Snchez consigui la carta de
representacin del seor Car-
los M. Romero S.. y asisti a ls
reunin de la Comisin sola-
mente para apoyar los oportu-
nistas quienes estn persiguien-
do la Comisin Nacional de Ci-
clismo.
Francamente, nunca esperaba
que el seor Osvaldo Snchez
se hubiera prestado para este
fin.
De Ud. S. S.
Clifford A. Bolt
Presidente
Comisin Nacional de
Ciclismo
Panam, 14 de Junio de 1951.
VENDIENDO BARATO VENDEMOS MAS
Descuento
20%
en toda
nuestra
plomera.
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Cali* 1< Este No. 4 Telefonea Z-3S35 y 2-29M
la le derribarn menos de los
10 pines, habiendo sido foul rl
primer tiro, se anotar un error.
SI es en la segunda bola cuan
do el Jugador comete el fou!,
selo se contarn los pines derri-
bados con la primera bola,
siempre que no haya cometido
foul en el primer lanzamiento.
Cuando un Jugador comete un
foul al lanzar su primera oula
del dcimo cuadro y derribe lo3
diez pines con la segunda bol?,
haciendo un "spare"), tirar
una tercera bola, .se le acredi-
tar un "spare", ms los pints
logrados en la tercera bou
Cuando el foul es cometido en
la tercera bola del dcimo cua-
dro, nicamente se anotarn ios
plnes derribados con las eos
primeras bolas.
Numerosas sorpresas
tendr el Monticello
en su 4o. aniversario
Siguen los preparativos para el
baile del Club Social y Deporti-
vo "Monticello" el dia 4 de Ju-
lio en el ventilado Gimnasio de
Paraso bajo los acordes de la
Oran Orquesta de Armando Bj-
sa y sus cantantes Germn Ver-
gara y Man Bolao.
Con ste acto social los mu-
machos del Club Monticello ce-
lebrarn su aniversario de fun-
dacin.
Las Invitaciones para este
baile pueden solicitarse en la
barbera Perlgault en la Ave-,
nida "B".
i m
Dep. Miranda y Crespo en la apertura;
El Programa comienza a las 9:30 a.m.
Hoy se inaugura a tempora-
da de campeonato de la Liga de
Baseball de Barraza con un a-
tractlvo programa que comen-
zar a las i y 30 de la mapa
con un desfile de los equipos
inscritos.
En el juego de apertura se
medirn los conjuntos Deportivo
Crespo, campen de la pasada
temporada y el Deportivo G.
Miranda, subeampen del ao
jasado.
El acto tendr lugar en el
campo de Barraza El Presiden-
te de la Liga izar la bandera;
luego se presentar a los equi-
pos que se disputarn el torneu;
un miembro de la Liga hablar
sobre el motivo del acto.
Los invitados de honor ten-
drn a su cargo la primera ju-
gada del campeonato, y asi te-
nemos que el seor Ministro de
Educacin, profesor Ricardo
Bermdez, lanzar la primera
bola; el seor Ministro de Obras
Pblicas, Ingeniero Norberto Na
varro, actuar como bateador;
fl Presidente de la Federacin
Nacional de Baseball, seor A1-
turo Illueca servir de receptor,
y el Lie. Manuel Roy ser e
arbitro.
La Banda de Cornetas de la
Polica Nacional amenizar el
r.cto.
Los conjuntos Crespo y Mi-
randa se encuentran con sus 11*
neas completas y estuvieron so-
metidos a fuerte entrenamiento)
durante la semana pasada, pro-
nosticndose un reido cotejo. |
Adems es visible el entusias-
mo e inters que existe por la
apertura del campeonato de ba-
seball de la Liga de Barraza,
esperndose que numerosos a
fclonados harn acto de preset!
ca a este importante acto de-
portivo.
El Domingo 24 de Junio comienza j
la Liga de Ftbol de Vista Hermosa
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Definitivamente qued acor-
dado para el prximo domingo
2 de Junio, la inauguracin de
la Liga de ftbol de Vista Her-
mosa, segn se nos ha comuni-
cado-
En este circuito futbolero co-
mo recordarn nuestros lecto-
cs participarn doce balancea-
dos oncenos entre ellos:
Lord Chesterfield, Sporting
Vista Hermosa, Deportivo Arse-
nal, Millonarios, Orion, Parque
I.efevre, Deportivo Llaurad, A-
tltlco chileno, Atltico peruano,
Cervecera Nacional, Juventud
FstudiantU Catlica y Dep. 1-
brlco Jr.
La inauguracin ser a la*
dos de la tarde y sern prota-
gonista en dicha apertura loa
equipos Chesterfield, campen
del ao pasado y Vista Henno*
:a subeampen.
CHESTERFIELD
EL MEJOR CIGARRILLO DEL MUNDO
PRESENTA
HOY Y MAANA!
Raul Iriarte y su Orquesta Tpica
en el TEATRO BELLA VISTA
HOY: a las 5:00 y 9:00 p.m.
MAANA: a las 9:00 p.m.
TRANSMISIONES RADIALES A LAS 9:00 P.M. POR
RADIO PROGRAMAS CONTINENTAL
EN LA PANTALLA: "LA JUSTICIA INJUSTA"
Dramtica pelcula con FRANK LOVEJOY y KATHLEEN RYAN


AGINA 8H
DOMINICAL
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1MI
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NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etr
Que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atondarn:
Mnimo por
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave T1v.ll So 4
Tel Ml
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Pare.ue Se I.
rinim
NOVEDADES MORRISON
A> e. 4 4e Julle
Tel. 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
At. Malen4es lf.tH
Tal. JS*Cela.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Callt 12 Oaele No IS.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
CaUe "" ti*, n Poum
Ave. Caatral 12-174Colea.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SI VENDIN:Clares, turar etjie,
earn ace alado. Fix-Tax Icario
enlajar aere cala raiei maja-
ras, levamsnoi. excuiaaes. ate.
laa areciei mil bajea n plata.
AGINCIAS GLSALES. Via .e-
4a, II.ondo a Juan Fror-ce. Tal
i-1503______________________
SE VENDE: Rodiador nuavo, pora
truck Chevrolet da do tonelodos.
Precio cmodo. Llame telfono 3-
0224.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Homocos ecuolorionas,
da pojo, Almacn Eugenio Chan,
colla 13 ______________________
VACACIONES ECONMICAS
MIAMI BEACH7 dial B.I74.25
Patoja, Troslados, Aloiomianto. Ex-
cursiones.
NEW YOKK-6 eies sais B.B7.15
Patoja an tren, Troslodos. Alojomien-
to, Excursiones.
PANAMA TOURS TRAVEL SERVICE
Ave. Tivoli No. 18. Panama 2-2006.
CIA. DE LEFEVRE Tal. 2-1332
VENDE LOTBS
Pata inicial minima B.I00.00
Mensual B.I 5.00
a Lotas con Callas y Acueductos da
I la Ciudad desda B.1.00 al metro.
a Alquilamos equipo pesado para
movimiento da tierra.
'o Alquilarnos lotes o largos plazos.
Club da Iotas. B 3 00 y 8.4 00
-emanles.
IMndei y Zubieta ofrece en venta
acciones Abattoir.
SE VEND;Por motivo da vicia, un
I comisariato. Paro informas consl-
tese I Tel, 2-3351.
SE VENDE:Lota 1,200 M, Arroijn,
calle, agua, luz, 2-4488.
SE VENDE:Automvil De Soto da
tres asientos, propio paro viaie al
interior. Tel. 2-C091.
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet es-
taco, modelo 1941 en muy bue-
nas condicionas. Veo saor Molt,
astadn Volds. Ave. A No. 117.
SE VENDEMotivo de vioje. Lincoln
Sedan 1950, cor. Hydramatlc. Bue-
nas condiciones mecnicos, B.2.-
100. Marcos Villorreal, Calle H
34. Tel. 2-1746.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE VENDE:Casa concreto, semi-
amoblada, en Cermeo, al lado
Telegrafa. Preguntor en casa No.
31, en Cermeo, Domingo en la
maano.
SE VENDE:Piano Babygrond. jue-
go comedor, tapizado, oporador.
Calle 7a. No. 7030, Apto. 12,
Coln. ;
La oficina del Gerenta General da la
Division de Comisariatos en Mount
Hope. Zona del Canal, recibir
propuestos hasto les 3:00 de lo
tarde del viernes, 6 de julio de
1951, cuondo se obrirn en p-
blico, paro el suministro de 650,-
000 libros, o alternativamente
325,000 libras de Azcar Fino
Granulado. Los formularios paro
,,los propuestas, con detalles com-
pletos, podran obtenerse en lo ofi-
. cia del Supply b Service Director,
Bclboo Heights, o en la del Ge-
rente General an Mount Hope, Zono
, del Canal. _______^^^
Ancianos y nios
dijo que oli humo en el cuarto
piso y cuando mir vio las lla-
mas ejue salan por las rendijas
dal suelo. Inmediatamente saca
doce pacientes ancianos por las
escaleras ya llenas de humo, li-
tre presa de pinteo al Tara a-
cosadoa por laa llamas en loa
pisos altos rezaban y gritaban
pidiendo auxilio desde las Ten-
tana*. La seora Paula Emile
Fioutier, residente en una casa
vecina del Hospicio, dijo que su-
bi por la escalera de escape del
Hospicio v sac a doce ami anas
dos de ellas ciegas. La seora
Doutier de veinticinco aos di-
jo que- biso seis viajes llevando
dos cada ve Los bomberos en-
contraron lo cadveres cardo-,
n izados de dos ancianos en su
mecedoras en el quinto piso No
haban podido moverse de
asientos cuando las llamas las
rodearon. Otra vecina, la seora
Bertha Duplantit). dijo que
a tres ancianas reaando y pi-
diendo auxilio a grito en la
vi ntana del cuarto piso, y en el
ltimo momento las vi caer den
tro del edificio.
Durante los momentos ms
lutensos del Incendio que Juro
in peder ser dominado alrede-
dor de tres horas, la "*
salan de toda Us ventana del
difiri Por fin pudo dominart a
las do v cuarenta de la tarde,
despus de haber respondido a
las llamadas de alarma mas e
veinte aparatos de bomberos,
rare ones de techo e desploma-
ron v los bombero acordonaron
la concurrida calle frente al
Hospicio por temor al derruir.-
ham ento de la fachada.
La madre Dlone Cloutre dito
que en el edificio haba ciento
c lcrente pensionistas ms cien
to setenticinco criaturas v vein-
tiocho monjas Doce de la an-
ciana eran ciegas y cierto nu-
mero estaban recluida en Ma
rama. Los bomberos dieran
turnia de dos casos sorprenden-
te de personas salvadas. llora
y media despus de declarado
el incedio los bomberos encontra
ron a un hombre de avanzada e-
dad acurrucado entre los escom-
bros. A excepcin de la impresin
nerviosa v de las peinaduras
superficiales hallbase en buen
estado egii los doctores. Do-s
horas despus de principiado el
siniestro un teniente de bombe-
ro* encontr a un sereno de 51
fies en su habitacin del sol i-
o Haba dormindo profunda-
mente durante todo el incendio.
SE VENDE:GANGA! Cantma-res-
tauronte. hotel en Chorrera, pun-
to cntrico, numerosa clientela.
Motivo viaje. Informes: Sra. Caldos
oficina Pon American Airways.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto omoblado en
calo de familia, para dama. Ocu-
rra Via Espaa 36 Apto. G.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
moderno, de una racimara, sin
amoblar. Garage. Va Belisorio Po-
rral 168.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder- ,
no muy espacioso. Cerca de la
Universidad Nacional en Barrio
Obrero. Precio muy razonable.
Tel. 3-3491.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Estufa i gas 4 quema-
dores con horno tamao de apar-
tomento buenas condiciones, ne-
cesita limpiar. $38.00. Tambin
cordal poro pascar. Llame 83-
6257.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos en casa
No. 2, calle 23 Este Bit. Informe
all mismo.
SI VINDE: Negocia de Panadera
I y Aoarreteria en Rie Abaja. Mama-
do "Panadera Las Afueras". Bue-
na clientela y aeuipe compl.ta.
inlormaia an la misma Panadera
an la Avenida Pabla Araaemana
Na. !._________________________
SE ALQUILA
I-ocales
i ALQUILAN:Exrluwomenie DO-
re ot'cinos local* cntricos an lo*
altos da Avenido Control 44 *
precios mdico. Solicitan Infor-
macin on Almacene 5 v 10 cen-
tavos.
SE ALQUIL/\:Local para oflcino.
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto ventilado con
o sin mueblas. Entrada indepen-
diente. Calle 46 Casa 13, Apto. 4*
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: Paro Americano.
Cuarto con servicio y entrada in-
dependiente, sin muebles. 'Llamar
Corozol 4287.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que sepa
su oficio y duerma en casa. Lla-
mar Tal. 3-1343.
SE NECESITA: Empleado oseodo,
trabajadora, para cuidar nio y
quehaceres de cosa. Telfono 3-
4430 de 6 p. m. en adelante.
;SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ra tallar, depsito o garage.* Para
informes llame al telfono 3-1147,
____________________________ i >
SE NECESITA:Joven pora trabajo
generalas en olmocn muelle y
oficina de Cia. Pesquera en Col-
mito. Son indispensable honradez,
ambicin, deseo de trabajar y pro-
gresar, buena caligrafa, algo de
mecanografi y buenas recomenda-
ciones de personas de responsabi--
lidad. Conocimiento de ingls pre-
ferible pero no indispensable. No
solicite si no rene los requisitos
mencionados. Informes con Lazza-
rin 3-1362.______________________
SE VENDE
Botes y Motores
SE VENDE:Cabina crucero 36 pies
I Hue kins Flyer 1. reforzado por
motoras K*rmath V-8, $1.200 gas-
tado en motores, tanques de gas,
| soportes y accesorios. Necesita tra-
bajo de carpintera y mecinica.
Precio de fbrica $18.000. Debe
venderse. Mejor precio sobre $1.-
000. motoras y trosmisores valen
ms aue eso. Se puede ver en Ma-
rine Railwoy, Balboa Yacht Club.
Aberrathy. Tel. 83-6257.
AVISO
al comercio y al pblico en
general, de conformidad con
el Artculo 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio, que por Ecrltura
Pblica 1118 de Junio 13. ex-
tendida en la Notara Prime-
ra del Circuito de Panam,
he comprado al Sr. Len King
Choy. su establecimiento co-
mercial de Abarroteria y Re-
fre-quera denominado "Nue-
vo Pedro Obarrio" situado en
la calle Pedro de Obarrio No.
38. La operation e hizo libre
de toda deuda o gravamen.
Panam. Junio 15 de 1951.
Toun Sin Law Nio
Cd. 47-59375
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DI RIMATI
T.] uirritn Secretario del Jmgado
Primero liuoicipal n fuaciODCi d. Al-
guacil Ejecutor, al pblico,
HACK SABKB:
0 a la accin 4a laauniento coa
relencin propu.ata por Dominio II. A
Caball.ro contra Gil Villalai, aa ka -
Salada .1 41. dos d. julio .ntrant.. pa-
ra Qua duran!. I.a horas hbilaa tanca
lugar .1 r.matr da loa ilg-ulontes bieaee:
1.Cortadora da trajas da mi-
4era con un motor da 10 H. P.,
eaballoa da ruara H.ITS.00
1.Trompo con au motor de !-Z
caballo da fuaraa, tiene circular
con banco da madera
1Mquina da sacar tarucoi
1Sierra circular con motor da
j eaballoa de furu
1Sierra circular ain tin con au
motor d. eaballoa da fuerga 104.00
I Cepilladora con iu motor de 4
eaballoa da tuerta 110.00
1Sierra trotadas* con au motor
d. t eaballoa de lutni 1*4.40
11.04
10 00
(0 00
Total B.740.00
Servir de baia del remate .1 valor
aiignadn arriba y tara poatura admisi-
ble la que cubra lai doa ierren partes
da dicha auma. Pira habilitara como
postor a. requiera coniignar previamen-
te en la Secretaria del Tribunal al 4Ti
del avalo. Halla laa cuatro de la urde
del dia del remata aa admitirn laa pea-
un v 4a aaa hora an adelante ee
cucharn laa pujaa y repujas, adjudi-
cndole loa bienes al majar poator
Pinam. 14 4a junio a 1011
iFdo.l P. A. A1XFU
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Pblica nmero 1108
extendida en la Notarla Pri-
mera del Circuito de Panam
v de fecha Junio 12 de 1951.
he comprado al seor Luis
Chung; Gonzlez su estableci-
miento comercial denominado
"La Felicidad" situado en la
Calle "O" No. 3 de la ciudad
de Panam.
Panam. Junio 12 de 1951.
Julia Cha Deljado
Con fondos del
.robado por todos los Minis-
tros y por el Contralor General
de la Repblica.
Como hemos Informado le to-
car ahora a la Comisin Legis-
lativo Permanente darle el to-
que final a estos crditos y e
espera que a mediados de la
prxima semana el rgano Lje-
i utivo haya perfeccionado a
tramitacin legal de' estos cr-
ditos.
Los crditos a que nos relerl-
mos son: uno de B 300.000 to-
me cuota de Panam a la cons-
truccin de la carretera intea-
mericana, y otro de B 200.000
cuota de Panam al Convenio
sobre el Punto Cuatro del Pre-
sidente Truman.
En Panam la
ptresupuesto hacia la campana.
Por falta de este elemental prin-
cipio, las campaas anteriores
han fracasado y serla trgico pa-
ra la situacin de los tuberculo-
sos y de los que en cualquier mo-
mento pueden caer bajo sus tre-
mendos daos, no atacar este
problema que podemos conside-
rar como el nmero uno del pas.
Los estudios que sobre todas las
enfermedades y problemas sani-
tarios realiza la Seccin de Blo-
estadstlca y Educacin Sanita-
ria, demuestran a todas luces que
en la mortalidad, la tuberculosis
sigue siendo la primera causa in-
fecciosa en nuestro pas y que el
registro normal de casos de tu-
berculosis ascendi en 1950 a
1571 nuevos tuberculosos, de los
cuales la sola provincia de Pa-
nam tenia 907. mientras la de
Coln 430. Y este dato es signi-
ficativo porque la ciudad de Co-
ln ofreci 410 casos nuevos,
mientra la ciudad de Panam
282, lo que indica que la tuber-
culosis se encuentra en su pun-
to critico de dispersin que ya ha
comenzado a afectar las otras
reas del resto del pas.
"Ante tales evidencias, la Di-
reccin de Salud Pblica y la
Campaa Nacional Antitubercu-
losa, de acuerdo con el Presiden-
te de la Repblica, Don Alclbla-
des Arosemena y del Ministro
Juan de Arco Gallndo, se propo-
ne realizar el siguiente plan en
la campaa que se emprender
Inmediatamente:
"1.Labor Inmediata:
"Iniciar inmediatamente una
Intensa campaa de vacunacin
BCG en todo el pas, la cual es-
tar a cargo del Servicio Coope-
rativo Interamericano de Salud
Pblica, que dirige el Dr. Tovm-
send, al firmarse el convenio en-
tre nuestro Ministro de Salubri-
dad y el SCI8P. campaa en la
cual se contari con loa servicios
de la especialista en vacunacin
BCG de nuestro pas, Sra. Tere-
slna Patino de Pinzn, quien has-
ta ahora ha dirigido esa labor.
"Se Iniciar Inmediatamente el
aislamiento teraputico de los
casos activos teniendo en cuenta
3ue la actual situacin se cormi-
era como un "punto crtico" de
la evolucin de la tuberculosis
en nuestro pas; Segn los estu-
dios de la Seccin de Bioestadis-
tlca. esta evolucin es compara-
ble a una "emergencia epidmi-
ca" en opinin de Dr. Mastellarl.
por lo que dentro de un mes se
pondr a funcionar en Panam,
mientras se abre el Hospital Ni-
cols Solano, para lo cual se es-
SE VENDE:Couch Simmons Studio.
Ultimo modelo, cama doble Sim-
mons con spring y colchn, peina- i
dora de caoba, 2 mesitas de no-1
che, lmpara de pie y cenicero del
bronce, radio RCA 2-34 de 7. tu-
bos, 3 persianas venecianas. Todo
completamente nuevo. Calle 50
No. 23, Apto. 7, esquina Vene-
zuela.
DE VENTAJuego completo da come-
dor da 11 piaras, caoba, tallado o
mano por un artista italiono, con
tapizado de cuero legitimo. El Volar
es de B.3.000.00. y el precio ac-
tual d 8.1,000.00. Puede pre-
guntar por l en la Avenida Per
No. 89, en cualquier momeno o
la Sra. Costra.
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
IODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
tan comenzando ya los estudios
para los desages de dicho hos-
pital, problema que le ha mante-
nido cerrado por ms de dos a
os. Es la intencin de esta ad-
ministracin abrir este hospital
en un tiempo no mayor de seis
meses. ,
"Se propone planificar la lu-
cha con todos los recurso tcni-
cos antituberculosos. Aunque to-
do lo que se haba desarrollado
en aos anteriores, fue desorga-
nizado se considera de suma Im-
portancia planificarlo nueva-
mente.
"La Campaa y la Direccin
de Salud Pblica espera hacer
ana intensa labor educativa, con
la cooperacin del Servicio Coo-
perativo Interamericano de Sa-
lud Pblica la de la Asociacin
Mdica Nacional y todos los gru-
pos cvicos del pas.
"Se necesitara, por supuesto, la
reintegracin al servicio de todos
los tcnicos que fueron destitui-
dos hace ms de doce meses* y la
formacin de nuevos mdicos y
tcnicos especializados en lucha
antituberculosa para asegurar la
permanencia de la lucha.
"2.Accin Permanente:
"Se necesitar que en todos
los prximos presupuestos, hasta
que se erradique totalmente este
mal en nuestro pas y sus cifras
bajen a puntos considerados co-
mo seguros por las normas tcni-
cas de sanidad. e mantengan
con el mismo calor y suficiencia
necesarias para .quebrar de una
vea por todas en nuestro pas es-
te mal.
"En segundo lugar, es necesa-
rio hacer una intensa labor de
rehabilitacin que consista en
devolver al enfermo ya curado o
en proceso de curacin a la co-
munidad apto para realizar cier-
tas tareas que no lo hagan recaer
y que le permitan ganarse la vi-
da dentro de sus posibilidades
de trabajo, y mientras est ba-
jo tratamiento, resolver en parte
la situacin econmica de su fa-
milia."
"Todos los sanitarios espera-
mos la cooperacin de todos los
panameos en esta lucha."
Mons. Luis F. Castillo
Guatemala: fui a aquel pas con
visa de cortesa expedida por
el Gobierno guatemalteco y sa-
lt de aquel democrtico, hos-
pitalario, bello pas y faro lu-
minoso de Amrica, por mi pro-
pia y espontnea voluntad y de
esto puede dar fe el Excmo.
don Osear Bentez, Ministro
Plenipotenciario y Enviado Ex-
traordinario de Guatemala en
Panam.
4o.Es calumnioso a f 1 rmar
que yo pretenda apoderarme de
las capillas de las afueras, pues
si el 11 de los corrientes visi-
t la Capilla del casero de Al-
calde Daz, lo hice como simple
turista aprovechando de un pa-
seo que en compaa de una
familia amiga hicimos por la
transistmlca.
Espero que con esta declara-
cin haya orientado la opinin
pblica del pueblo panameo y
dejar clarificada mi personali-
dad, que si no haba contes-
tado es porque estoy acostum-
brado a poner la lzoulerda
cuando se me d por la de-
recha en cumplimiento de la
doctrina de Cristo. Pregunto al
mundo: que si el mtodo ds
la Iglesia romana y su clero de
calumniar, difamar, escandali-
zar, perseguir. Injuriar y ultra-
jar forma parte del Evangelio
de Cristo?
Del seor Director muy aten-
tamente.
Moas. Lata F. Castillo Mendec,
Arzobispo Patriarca de Caracas
y Primado de Venezuela de la
Iglesia Nacional Catlica Apos-
tlica Venezolana.
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serie til si la tiene
a mano en so casa o
en el carro.
Tenemo na gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
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"Panam necesita
aportar. Considero indispensa-
ble que se aplique la ley de
servicio civil por lo menos en
, el Ministerio de Agricultura y
.Comercio en donde necesitamos
personal especializado a base
de las experiencias prcticas
en nuestro medio.
Tengo la -impresin de que
en Panam siempre se ha con-
siderado el Ministerio de Agri-
cultura y Comercio como de
poca importancia y parece com-
probarlo el hecho de que en
j un Bienio de treinta y dos mi-
llones de balboas a este depar-
tamento solamente se le asig-
na un 3 o 32 por ciento, es
decir, aproximadamente un mi-
lln de balboas. Esta slgnaclon
resulta desde todo punto de
vista, insuficiente para fomen-
tar la produccin en forma or-
ganizada. Es indispensable que
se aumente esta suma y que
se adopten planes para que es-
te departamento pueda funcio-
nar cientficamente. Refirindo-
me a esta organizacin me per-
mito hacer algunas observa-
clones y recomendaciones que
considero fundamentales.
Conviene que el Ministro cuen-
te con un Consejo Superior de
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias como organismo consulti-
vo que le permita conocer las
opiniones y tendencias de los
diversos gremios aurcolas e In-
dustriales representativos, a fin
de que las resoluciones toma-
das puedan contar anticipada-
mente con el apoyo de la opi-
nin pblica aliviando asi la la-
bor del propio Ministerio en el
desarrollo de su poltica admi-
nistrativa. '
En mi opinin este Consejo
debiera estar integrado por: un
representante de los agriculto-
res, un representante de los ga-
naderos, un representante de
los industriales, un represen
tante de los comerciantes y el
gerente del Banco Agropecua-
rio.
Considero que se deben crear
1 o s siguientes departamentos
dentro del Ministerio: Departa-
mento de Investigaciones Sobre
Industrias Agrcolas: Su trba-
lo inicial seria el de catalogar
todas las plantas y rboles de
valor comercial aue existen en
Panam y estudiar sus oosim-
Udades de industriali7aclon.
Departamento de Fomento
Industrial: Para que estudie ex-
tensamente las posibilidades in-
dustriales del pas tomando co-
mo base nuestros recursos na-
turales, capacidad de financt-
miento, tecnologa y mercado
de consumo.
Laboratorio: Un Laboratorio
Central- a cargo del departa-
mento de fomento Industrial
para' investigaciones. Esta tra-
bajo podra realizarse en cola-
boracin con la Universidad
Nacional.
Departamento de Investiga-
clones sobre Industrias Anima-
les: Este debe catalogar laa
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rincipales especies animales de
idustriallzacln da sus produc-
tos y contemplar tanto los pro-
blemas de transformacin como
los de mercado de consumo del
producto elaborado.
El Departamento de Agricul-
tura que existe actualmente
debiera estar subdlvldldo en
ciertas secciones, como por e-
jemplo:
Agronoma: Para el estudio y
cultivo de plantas adaptables a
usos econmicos. Prcticas de
cultivo y rotaciones.
Tecnologa de 8uelos: Para la
clasificacin y cartografa de
suelos.
Horticultura: Para la propa-
gacin y cultivo de plantas fru-
tales y hortalizas.
Ingeniera Agrcola: Dentro
de sus funciones debe estar
comprendido todo lo concer-
niente a la Ingeniera especia-
lizada como la agrimensura,
construcciones rurales, sistemas
de irrigacin y drenaje; y cur-
va de niveles.
Entomologa y Fitopatologa:
Para el estudio de los Insectos
tUes y los perjudiciales a la a-
grlcultura. Estudio de las enter
medadea de las plantas produ-
cidas por los insectos, parsitos,
bacterias y su forma de control.
Qumica Agrcola: Para el es-
tudio de los suelos e indicar
como corregir sus deficiencias.
Anlisis qulmloos de produc-
tos agrcolas e industriales y
de fertilizantes. Esto lo con-
sidero de mucha importancia.
El agricultor panameo ne-
cesita adems de la instruccin
agrcola, y la seguridad de que
conseguir un mercado para
sus productos y un precio m-
nimo que le deje una ganan-
cia adecuada. Es importante
eliminar el Intermediarlo quien
muchas veces, aprovechando la
necesidad de dinero del agri-
cultor lo obliga a venderle los
productos a un precio Inferior
a su costo. Para esto debe exis-
tir un departamento con agen-
tes agrcolas que so encarguen
de asesorar constantemente a
los agricultores de acuerdo con
la poltica agraria sealada por
el Ministerio; un departamen-
to que se encargue de la valo-
rizacin de los productos y la
estabilizacin de los precios y
un departamento de estudios
econmicos y estadsticos que
nos permita calcular los proba-
bles rendimientos de las co-
sechas y la capacidad de con-
sumo del mercado.
Es importante crear un depar-
tamento forestal que tenga como
objeto estudiar y catalogar las
especies de madera que existen
en Panam. Estudiar la conser-
vacin de nuestros bosques y re-
glamentar su explotacin.
En lo relacionado con la edu-
cacin agrcola escolar debe es-
tablecerse un contacto Intimo
con el Ministerio de Educacin
con miras a prestarle ayuda tc-
nica a la seccin respectiva de
dicho ministerio. La escuela bien
asesorada impartir la educa-
cin que necesitan nuestros fu-
turos agricultores.
Bin duda alguna todos Uds. le-
yeron en la prensa, hace aproxi-
madamente mes y medio, las de-
claraciones que formulara el ex-
mlnistro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, seor Ricardo
Arlas E., en el sentido de que Pa-
nam habla firmado con el go-
bierno americano un convenio
mediante el cual bajo el progra-
ma del Punto 4. Panam recibi-
rla servicio tcnico en el orden
econmico fomentando asi la in-
versin de capitales.
He sido informado que la ayu-
da que recibiremos consistir en
la cooperacin necesaria para
ampliar los servicios que aqu es-
t prestando actualmente la Mi-
sin Agrcola Norte Americana
con inters especial en la exten-
sin agrcola Industrial del tipo
exploratorio. La misin ampliada
y reforzada estar compuesta por
un tcnico: un experto en traba-
jos de extensin agrcola; un Di-
rector para el Instituto Nacional
de Agricultura y tcnicos en a-
grlcultura vocaclonal, economa,
zootecnia, ingeniera agrcola,
horticultura entomologa y pro-
paganda agrcola. De acuerdo
con el convenio los beneficios son
por cinco aos prorrogables en
cinco ms. Indiscutiblemente es-
te convenio es una conquista e-
fectiva hacia el desarrollo de
nuestro Interior. '
En vista de la poca estabilidad
y organizacin conque contamos
considero conveniente que el Ins-
tituto Nacional de Agricultura,
en donde el Gobierno ha gastado
sumas muy fuertes, est balo la
direccin de la Misin Agrcola
Norte-Americana.
Hasta ahora he hablado exten-
samente sobre agricultura e In-
dustrias, pero an no he hablado
sobre lo que" considero lo ms Im-
portante de todo me refiero al
problema de la falta de pobla-
cin. En Panam es difcil es-
tablecer una industria y produ-
cir a bajos precios pues nos ha-
cen falta consumidores. Tenemos
aproximadamente unos SOO.000
habitantes en toda la Repblica
de los cuales un 20 o 25 % no pro-
duce ni consume, son, por tanto,
Individuos negativos a nuestra
economa. El Interior est prc-
ticamente despoblado pues un
30% de la poblacin total se en-
cuentra agrupada en laa ciudades
de Panam y Coln.
Pases progresistas como la Ar-
gentina, Australia, Brasil y Ve-
nezuela reconociendo que las in-
migraciones producen riqueza la
fomentan intensamente. Por e-
jemplo, la Argentina ha cons-
truido barcos con el fin especifi-
co de traer inmigrantes. Austra-
lia tiene un programa de diez
aos para traer anualmente 200,-
000 Inmigrantes.
En Europa hay escasas de tie-
rras y abundancia ds agriculto-
res: nosotros tenemos aseases de
agricultores y abundancia de tie-
rras. Nada mas lgico entonces
que traer agricultores de Euro-
a agricultores con conoclmlen-
avansados y amor a la tierra.
Ellos no solamente vendran a
producir y consumir sino a en-
sear a nuestros campesinos los
mtodos ms eficaces para con-
seguir el mejor rendimiento del
suelo.
Hay dos tipos de inmigracin
la organizada y la espontnea. El
primer tipo est principalmente
a cargo de los gobiernos; el se-
gundo es provocado por familia-
res, amigos o intereses particu-
lares.
Las leyes sobre inmigracin qua
tenemos actualmente no son pro-.
pas para atraer la Inmigracin. (
u cierto que un agricultor pue-,
de venir, a Panam sin el depsl-
to requerido a los Inmigrantes,,
pero la salida de su pas y la le- i
gallaacin de su permanencia a-.
qui no se le facilita en lo ms.
mnimo. Cuando desea viajar a >
Panam va donde ai Cnsul con
la documentacin necesaria, pe- .
ro ste no le puede dar la visa.
hasta tanto envi un informe a >
Pauam y es aqu donde se deci-
de si puede venir o no. Por fin <
logra la visa. Aljlegar a Panam
entrega su pasaporte a las auto- >
ridades del Departamento da In- '
migracin, luego tiene que- lie- <
nar un formulario para solicitar '
su permanencia, tiene qua con-'
seguir un certificado medico, un '
certificado de la Polica Secreta'
Nacional y un certificado del '
Corregidor del lugar en donde va '
a radicarse sellado y autenticado '
Sir el Gobernador. Para el certl- '
cado de la Polica Secreta y la'
solicitud de permanencia necesi-
ta cuatro fotografas. Con la pre- ,
sentacln de todos esos docu-,
ment consigue un permiso pro-
visional de residencia por un a-;
o. Para conseguir el permiso,
hay que acompaar dos fotogra- ,
fias ms.
Al ao siguiente cuando as le ,
vence el permiso de residencia
tiene que volver a sacar y pre-
sentar todos los documentos an-
teriormente citados. El agricul-
tor radicado en un campo en
donde no hay doctores, ni tiene
oficinas la polica secreta, tiene
aue viajar a los lugares en don-
e pueda conseguirlos con pre-
juicio de su trabajo y de sus es- <
casos recursos.
Mientras el inmigrante no so.
convierta en ciudadano paname- .
o no puede obtener licencia pa- >
ra conducir automviles. nica- <
mente se le concede un permiso
vlido por un mes el cual tiene
que estar renovando en l Ins- <
peccln de Trnsito que Uan sus '
oficinas en la cabecera da la Pro- l
vlncia. Pueden Uds. imaginarse l
el inconveniente que esto repre-'
santa para el inmigrante que es- '
t dedicado a la agricultura.
Soy de opinin que los certifi- <
cados de la Polica Secreta y de
buena salud son innecesarios y I
lo nico que hacen es crearle:
ms trabajo al Gobierno y mo-'
lestias al agricultor. 81 durante;
el tiempo en que ha estado re-!
sldlendo el inmigrante ha come-'
tldo algn delito grave los Jue-'
ees tienen autoridad para casti-
garlo, incluso pedir au deporta-
cin si fuere necesario. SI el
Inmigrante est, enfermo al mo-
mento de renovar su permiso lo
nico que se pueda hacer as an-,
vlarlo a un hospital. Considero:
que el nico certificado que debe,
exigirse es el que expida al Co-
rregidor en donde haca constar,
que el inmigrante est dedicado
a laboras agrcolas.
Cuando un inmigrante, que por,
su condicin de agricultor consi-,
gui la exoneracin del deposi-
to, desea hacerse ciudadano pa- j
nameflo se le exige que pague.
los B.150.00 del deposito, a menos
Sue se haya casado con paname-
a. Esto de exigir el depsito es
un contrasentido porque el oble- >
to del deposito es evitarle al Bs-
tado gastos en caso de qua el In- >
migrante deba ser repatriado. En i
la Argentina el Inmigrante llaga i
a ser ciudadano automticamar.-1
te despus de dos artos de evmr
residiendo en el pala a manos t
que l no lo desee. '
Bs muy importante Urr*ln '
Sue si traemos Inmigrantes con- '
gamos que al llegar se sientan'
bienvenidos. Esta Impresin tie-'
ne la virtud de crearles un senti-
miento de gratitud que se mani-
fiesta en sus actos obligndolos
moralmente a guardar un com-
portamiento ejemplar y ha sen-
tir amor por nuestro pas.
Para fomentar la inmigracin
es necesario cambiar las leyes a
fin de hacerlas ms adecuadas.
Recomiendo que se organice un
departamento con el fln espec-
fico de lograr la lnrolgracln.
Tendra como primer trabajo fa-
cilitar la Inmigracin espontnea
y sentar las bases para el dia
en que estemos en condiciones do
impulsar la organizada. ,
Para resumir: Es un hecho que
Panam necesita desarrollar sus
fuentes propias de produccin
para crear una economa intja-
pendlente. para lograr ese dea*-
rrollo es indispensable una Jaba*
cientfica de parte del gobierno
y el aumento de nuestra pobla-
cin rural.
La prueba ms evidente que te-
nemos en el sentido de que ne-
cesitamos desarrollar la aurrlcul>
tura nos la da el hecho de qua
despus de cincuenta aos de vi-
da independiente todava tone*
mos que importar arrea, cafa,
carne, ate.
MATERIALES DE
CONSTRUCCIN
Madera y Barras de
Refuerzo de todo ta-
mao.
Plomera en General.
Ferretera Vidrios.
Pintaras ? Esmaltes.
Productos de alambra.
Villanueva y
Tejeira Ca. Llda.
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DOMINGO. JUNIO 17, 151
DOMINICAL
FAGINA Rint
Informes para estj seccin se reciben en la
/ej.
ccin
Social
tocias
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono -S1 HORAS: 8:M a U:M a.m. Apartado 1M
%ima, nuevo descubrimiento de la H.O.A
?? l^?--L* senori,, Aidita Nnnex Amado recitio en das pasados a un numeroso grupo de sus
amistades que acudi a felicitarla con motivo de su recreso de los Estados Unidos. Vemos anu
a Ja seorita Nuex Amado en compaa de un grupo de las asistentes.
ni .A,0.EN ^ub UNION.Fotografa tomada durante el buffet ofrecido en el Club I'-
honor"!!!. 0V*.?li,,m,0.S "2 j.'r.l,eraldad del Sur de California, miembros de tlb TroV.no y
tcZ de'rrvSmn SSLV'f "' **"* Inaenlerp Ricardo Bermudez. y del Secretario de MU i
i !, ,\ reviiion Social. Licenciado Juan Ramn Vallarino. De Izquierda a derecha el do r
do vnita? se*o'rfa",,LCMeLCad0 V"* S'Sti E- el M"n,8tro BerSudez el Licenc 1
no vallarino, seorita L. Mrquez, seor Nora P. de Scott. seorita Nelly Malek. seor M fc *
y_el doctor Ocuto Mndez Fereira. Rector de la Universidad. *
TE
la
de
t
Todas las tardes a las seis y cuarto, la vo clida y apasio-
nada de Kerima Galstica. -surte a travs de las ondas de la
Red Panamericana, llevando un mensaje sentimental en for-
ma de bellsimas melodas. Kerima es, ain lujar a dudas, un
nuevo valor que surge en el cancionero panameo.
EN EL GOLF.-
seora I"' .'i.
Lyos y. i te
ofrecido en el
Vemos aqu a la seora Alicia ** de t.uitis. seorita Manonguita de Oqaldia
5" '.P'i' '? se"orita .Marta Arias, Us seoras Olga N. de Navarro, Mary m!
b t 1 f.*6 y Us enor"s An Lucrecia Arias y Rita Andreve. durante el
Lhib de Golf, por U seorita A.dreve, para despedir de su vida de soltera a la
seorita Arias.
CAMBIO DE DIRECTIVA DEL C. I. M.Aparece
Interamericano de Mujeres, seora Alice de Lom
Arias, presidenta del Club, durante el ao 1950
juntas directivas saliente y entrante, seora Mr
Nunez, tesorera durante el ao 1950, Osra Jane
cilia I. de Cucaln, segunda vicepresidenta para
vicepreeidenta para el ao 1951, seora Mercedes
Las seoras Lombard y Arias, la seora Louise
ra Yolanda C. de Sucre, secretaria durante el
de Moses, secretarlas para el
en esta fotografa la nueva presidenta del Cli or
pard, recibiendo de manos de doa Cecilia E. i '
la simblica llave. Las rodean las damas de Lid
ry t. de Garca de Paredes, seora Ada A. do!
nimpson, tesorera para el ao 1951. seora He -
el ao 1951, seora Irene de Donovan, prime. *!
de Chen, la vicepresidenta durante el ao 19iD
de Scheibla. presidenta honoraria del club. seu-
ao 1950, seora Margaret Carmer. y Julieta aJ
ao 1951.Foto El Halcn,
, Don Hubo M. Hall, represen-
Cante de la Empresa "Concier-
tos Westerman", haciendo en-
trega al sub-Directr del Con-
servatorio Naclonaj, compositor
Roque Cordero de varios bole-
tos para el concierto de la can-
tante Marian Anderson, como
una contribucin de la empre-
sa para premiar,a los alumnos
de ms sobresalientes voces del
Conservatorio Nacional, ai ha-
cer entrega de estos boletos,
el seor Hall dijo- que la em-
presa sabia que los alumnos de
canto derivaran gran inspira-
cin oyendo la voz de la se-
orita Anderson; una voz de las
que aparece una en cada siglo.
Embarca hoy hacia los Ange-
les, en donde pasar una tem-
porada, la seora Celia Q. de
Diaz. La despedimos atentamen-
te.
del Secretarlo de la Embajada1 r'monlo el seor James C.
de Costa Rica, seor Gerardo Wright y seora Marcela B. de
Jimnez, quien sigue hoy para riant. t,os felicitamos cordla-
Nueva York. mente.
Restablecido
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Jack Scrlbner,
quien guardo cama en su re-
sidencia durante varios das.
Cumpleaos de l.uv
Sra. Eudoxla A. de Knapp.
Sra. Clarlta S. de Wright.
Sra. Fana B. de Arlas.
Srta. Marcela Estripeaut de la
Guardia.
Sr. Ismael Botado.
DESPEDIDA DE SOLTERA.Aparece en primer trmino, la seora Ins Mara A. de de la Guar-
dia, atendiendo a un grupo de sus invitadas, durante el t que ofreci el jueves en su residencia
para despedir de su vida de soltera a la seorita Ana Lucrecia Arias, quien contraer matrimo-
nio con el seor Guillermo Andreve R. la semana entrante.
Si le afean las canas,
use KABUL Y lo evitar.
Recepcin en la Embajada
de los EE. II.
El. Encargado de Negocios de
la Embajada de los Estados
Uhidcs, seor Murray W. Wise y
seora Edith de Wise y el En-
cargado de Relaciones Pbli-
cas, seor Joseph J. Dempsey y
seora Betty de Dempsey, olre-
cen maana a las 4 p.m. una
recepcin en la sede de la Em
bajada, en honor de la Insigne
contralto, seorita Mit.. .
derson, quien realiza actual-
mente una Jira artstica por
Amrica Latina.
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al seor Alberto de la Guar-
dia y seora Ella A. de de la
Guardia, quienes embarcan
hoy rumbo a California.
Despedimos cordiaimente a la
seorita Judith Parada Arias, i
quien sigue hoy para Nueva
Vork en donde pasar une
temporada.
De los Estados Unidos
Regresaron hoy de Miami en
donde pasaron una corta tem-
porada las seoras Marlsin A.
de Valds y Graciela A. de Mo-
reno. Las saludamos cordial-
mente.
Saludamos a las seoras Fa-
na B. de Arias y Matilde B.
de Jimnez, quienes despus de
haber pasado varios das en!
Mltal. se encuentran de nuevo
entre nosotros.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Mary A. de Coleman.
8r. Jos Rodolfo de la Guar-
dia B.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha el
sptimo aniversario de su ma-
Nueva Cristiana
Recibir las aguas bautisma-
les hoy a las 4 de la tarde en
la Capita de T m '-
Sabanas la nia Eneida Ch,
hija de io.- e-p....
Ch y Sra. Margarita Garca
de Ch. actuarn como padri-
nos la Srta. Rosa Elena Sala-
zar y el Sr. Armando Ciniglio.
ALMUERZO EN EL PANAMA Vista del almuerzo ofrecido el viernes, en el Hotel El Pana- .
ma, por la seora Mercedes de Chen,, para agasajar a las damas que Integran las Juntas Di-
rectivas entrante y saliente del Club Interamericano de Mujeres, de la cual fu ella vice-pre-
sidenta durante el ao 1950.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
-------------------
.
-Para el cuidado del cuts
que Pond's"
nada mejor
ba "El Aviso Oportuno"
lu eJ tratamiento tres cosas indispensables:
lo. La atencin de un mdico competente
2o. La vigilancia de una enfermera, y
?' *!mJLnUclon del Paciente con
CEREGTJMTL.
Alimentacin completa Fcil digestin
Sabor agradable.
DE VENTA EN TODAS LAS BOTICAS
FARMACIA RUIZ
1 >>. Cenar,! 49 Telfono.: Mtlt I-!!
Desfile de Modas en
El Panam <
Hoy de 5 p.m. 7 p.m. tendr
lugar en El Patio, en el Hotel
El Panam, un Desfile de Mo-
das de Algodn, en ei cual to-
mar parte la seorita Jean-
nlne Holland, Princesa del Al-
godn de los Estados Unidos.
Dicho desfile ha sido organi-
zado por el Club de Leones de
Panam, a beneficio de la Cruz
Roja Nacional. Loa tiquetes de
entrada ^ueaftan solamente
B.l.OO y-estarn en venta en el
hotel. Con ste motivo, el buffet
que sirve el hotel todos los do-
mingos, desde las 6:00 p.m.. ma-
ana ser servido desde las 7
Pm,
EL CLUB DE LEONES
DESEA COMPRAR un terreno de aproxi-
madamente 3000 metros cuadrados, con
60 metros de frente.
LLAME AL TELEFOSO 3-2033
dice la fascinante
Para, los Fstados Unidos
Grato paseo ".e deseamos a la
seora Ada de Jimnez, esposa
Misa Cantada de Aniversario
Se dir en memoria de
Eficio Quintana

Marcelina M. de Quintana
<,. e. p. d.)
maana lunes. 18 de loe corrientes, en el Santuario
nacional a las 7:M a.m. Sus deudos agradecern a sus
^^m Ijashitencia^jejteacto^jjdojo^^^^
wen
Qu sensacin tan grata siente una
mujer cuando rn su rostro se revela
toda la belleza de su personalidad! Para
esto, el efectivo tratamiento con l'ond's
Cold Cream puede ayudarla divinamente.
Siempre antes de acostarse (y durante
el da tambin) d a su rostro el mismo
tratamiento de crema que usa la encanta-
dora marquesade esta manera:
Pmra limpiarAplique**! en torio el rostro;
ron movimiento circular, U lisera v sedosa
Fond' Cold (.'ream pira suavizar y desalojar
maquillaje e impureua de las aberturas de
los poros. Qutesela.
Para "enjuagar" Apliqese otr capa de
Pond s Cola Cream de la misma manera.
Slutesela. Ksto elimina los ltimos vestigios
e polvo y deja la tez suave nitiili!
Se deleitar al ver cmo esle tratamiento
de belleza Pond's refresca y suaviza la
piella deja ms tersa divina!
LA MtsniTM DE Mll.roan BAVIN, ttrra helleta adorna rl
gran mundo aorial de In.l.ti-rr. r K.K.t 1 ., dice: ."Trago pro '
fea-encia ipeciol por la Food's Cold Orara."
;Xo deje de comprar
su Pond's Cold Creas
boy mismo!
Po
\D9S COLD i HE 1M
(Crema LJlaala.ra -_-)


PACUNA *
DOMINICAL
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1951

'La Isla del Tesoro" que se estrena
en el Teatro Central el Jueves 21
revelar un mundo desconocido

' La super-productlon de Walt
ianey "La Isla del Tesoro", rea-
lizada en tecnicolor, distribuida
x>r la RKO Radio, y basada en
Ja famosa novela de aventuras
del mismo titulo original de
Robert L. Stevenson ha hecho
que muchas personas se haan
la siguiente pregunta: "Qu
hara usted con una fortuna en
oro que hubiera pertenecido a
ios piratas, desenterrada de la
arenas de una Isla desierta?"
En esta versin cinematogr-
fica de Disney, la ms grande de
puantas aventuras pudiere con-
cebir la imaginacin humana, el
Caballero Trelawney, el doctor
J.lvesev. el grumete Jim Haw-
kins, y sus leales compaeros re-
cuperaran el fabuloso tesoro del
Capitn Flint despus de fieras
batallas con los piratas capita-
neados por John el Largo. En-
cuentran varios cofres repletos
de oro. de piezas de a ocho, de
piedras preciosas, en la cueva
donde los ha ocultado el seml-
salvaie Ben Gunn. marinero a-
bandonado a su suerte en aque-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores programas
lia isla desierta, v que ha guar-
dado el tesoro esperando el dia
en que pudiera ser devuelto a
la civilizacin.
Al revs del resto de las na-
rraciones cinematogrficas en
que aparecen tesoros, en esta
novela de Stevenson, los que
han disfrutado del hallazgo, se
quedan con el botn, y tan slo
dejan en los nichos malditos por
la sangre de las depredadores
de los mares, las barras de pla-
ta y los mosquetes que antao
pertenecieran a los piratas, tal
como el autor consigna en los
ltimos prrafos de su popular
novela. Loa supervivientes com-
parten caunto se llevan en el
barco "La Espaola". Excepto
Ben Gunn. nada se sabe como el
resto gast o invirti su parte.
Gunn recibi unas mil libras, o
sea, alrededor de cinco mil dla-
res, que malgast en 19 das, y
al vigsimo ya andaba pidiendo
limosna", tal relata el novelista.
Cunto te durara usted: c-
mo lo gastara o empleara?
Al frente del reparto de as-
tros Internacionales que han
desempeado los papeles mas
importantes de esta super-pro-
duccln. figuran Bobby Drlscoll.
como el grumete Jim Hawkins.
Robert Newton, personificando a
John el Largo Silver, y Basil
Sydney, como el capitn del bar-
co "La Espaola".
"La Isla del Tesoro" es la ms
grande de las aventuras lleva-
das al cine.
i, m -i
n
i > s.vMI i
VENDIENDO BARATO
VENDEMOS MAS
GRAN REDUCCIN DE PRECIOS
Toa la linea de pintura de la j
PITTSBURGH PLATE OLASS J
COMPANY. J
Productos de la ms alta calidad. =
20% DE DESCUENTO
RICARDO A. MIRO, S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4 Telfonoi 2-3335 y -2W*
CMWO
HOY
DESDE LAS 10 A.M.
LETICIA PALMA
- y -
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
Una Super-Produccin con ji Mejo_Actnzje_19M__
JUEVES I |* ESTRENO INTERESANTE *|
LA HIJA DE LA OTRA

con
CHACHITA
CARMEN MOLINA
CARLOS NAVARRO
BEATRIZ AGUIRRE
PARA SU FELICIDAD
ERA UN OBSTCULO
"LA HIJA DE LA OTRA"?

La que le diera el ser no
la quera porque dificul-
taba sus frivolidades, pero
el padre la quera tanto
que se convirti en raptor
K de su propia hija... ,
UN ARGUMENTO NUEVO. EMOCIONANTE!!
Gene Tierney dicta
consejos sobre el
arle de vestir
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
Carmen Molina y Carlos Navarro en
la cinta "La Hija de la Otra"
"Hace algunos aos era yo
muy amante de los trajes llama -
tlvos. Eso fue antes de conocer
a mi esposo". (Este, Ole* Cassin-
nl ea un famoso diseador de
trajes que trabaja tambin pa-
ra la 20th Century Fox). "Des-
de que me caa. Ole* me disea
los trajes que me pongo en la
vida privada asi como loa que
uso en la pantalla. Y es l quien
me ha enseado a vestir en for-
ma diferente".
"No tengo ms que una regla
que ofrecer a las mujeres que
m piden un consejo para ser
elegantes: Vstanse como le a-
Rrade verlas a su marido o a su
novio. Despus de todo ese es el
verdadero objeto que persigue la
mujer al tratar de hermosearse
por medio de las ropas de vestir.
pero por perversin, a muchas
se nos olvida y tratamos de dar
envidia a las mujeres en vez de
agradar a los hombres. Cuando
empec a despuntar en el cine
recuerdo que tena yo un traje
en el que me imaginaba verme
como una reina oriental, y otra
en que despeda ms luces que
un torero. Pero Oleg me quit
esas ideas de la cabeza. Yo tra-
taba entonces de destacarme,
de que no se me confundiera
entre tantas chicas guapas que
rondaban los estudios. Pero mi
marido me ense a comprar
pocas cosas, de estilo clsico, y
de buena calidad, mejor que
gran cantidad de vestidos lla-
mativos. Ahora me visto con
cierta sobriedad, debido a l.
Tienes una cara extica', me
dijo, 'saca partido de ella usan-
do trajes sencillos. SI la gente te
ve el traje antes que la cara es-
ts perdida". En -Escndalo en
la Costa Azul", el tecnicolor
donde hago la esposa de Danny
Kaye. que se supone es un mi-
llonario francs, Oleg Casslnnl
me ha diseado cosas preciosas,
pero discreta a pesar de la ri-
queza".
Habr fiestas
patronales en
Villa Carmen
ViiXA CARMEN Junio 15 (Es-
pecial i Con gran entusiasmo
se prepara Villa Carmen pira
celebrar sus ya tradicionales
tiestas patronales las cuales ter
drn verificativo durante #S
c;u 14 15 y 16 del prximo mes
de Julio.
Como Incentivo para estas
fiestas se est llevando a cabo
un reinado el cual se encuentra
sumamente reido, tanto y\,
que es difcil -vaticinar cual de
las seis aeorltas que se dispu-
tan al lucir sobre sui sienes la
Corcna de la primera reina de
nuestras fiestas patronales ea
la triunfadora.
DOMINGO
AJtt.
PJM.
3:30 Ritmos norteamericanos
3:45 Carrera
4:00 Panchito Rlset y su
conjunto
4:30 Airea colombianos
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Msica Variada.
j:16 Carrera
5:30 Bailes Panamericanos
6:30 Filigranas musicales
7:00 Concierto Dominical.
Hoy. Misa de Cinco Voces
7:30 Canciones de la Montaa
Qalesa
8:00 Intermedio msica ligera
8:30 Melodas en un estudio
de Londres
0:00 Buenas noches
MAANA LUNES
A.M.
0:00 Buenos Dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero HP A
(:46 Msica para el desayuno
7:1 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero KPA
7:45 Su Meloda Predilecta.
:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:3* Hablan los Asiros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:M El Correo del Dia
9:30 Dedicatorias.
10:45 Noticierc BPA
11:00 El Mundo del Vals.
11:15 La Novela Matinal
"El Molino Silencioso"
dramatizactn RPA
11:30 Cuba, Su Msica y sus
Compositores.
11:45 Grandes Intrpretes del
Mundo.
12:00 Serenata Espaola.
12:15 Noticiero "gparton"
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga y u Org.
1:00 Noticiero Deportivo.
por Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Los Boleros de Moda.
1:30 Cantares de Amrica.
2:00 Noticiero RPA
2:03 Orquestas de Saln.
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita.
"Entre Naranjos"'
cortesia de Kelvix
3:80 Momento Romntico.
con Ovidio Fernndez.
3:15 Mar lela
dramatlzacin RPA
Recordarn ustedes esta pe-
lcula por macho tiempo, por-
que lo que en ella ocurre ha pa-
sado muchas veces en la vida
real, y como, en la realidad, si
ven la pelcula censurarn vi-
vamente a esa madre joven y
coqueta que recibi con frivo-
lidad la llegada de una hija,
con tanta frivolidad, que hasta
lleg a negarla.
"La Hija de la Otra", est
protagonizada por "Chachlta",
Carmen Molina, el nuevo ga-
ln Carlos Navarro y Beatriz A-
gulrre. Ser estrenada el pr-
ximo Jueves en el Teatro Eldo-
rado, y se emocionarn con la
historia de estos aeres que su-
fren las consecuencias de un
amor fugaz que trajo al mun-
do... "la hija de la otra".
Las exalumnas de
Mara Inmaculada
sesionan maana
LAS EX-ALUMNAS
La directiva de la Asociacin
de ex-ahimnas del Colegio l o-
mercial de Maria Inmaculada,
Invita a todas las ex-alumnaa a
una reunin que tendr lugar
maana domingo 17 de junio a
las 10 a.m. en el plantel. So de-
sea la puntual asistencia de te-
das, pues se nombrar la Nue-
va Directiva y se dar la bien-
venida a las nuevas soclao-
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO



M1
QilLViu
- HOY -
SHOW o los 5 y 9 P. M.
UNA PELCULA QUE LE SORPRENDER POR SU
REALISMO Y CRUDEZA INDESCRIPTIBLE...
UD. DEBE VERLA... ORLA... SENTIRLA!...
- *
FRANK LOVEJOY KATHLEEN RYAN
RICHARD CARLSON LLOYD BRIDGES, n
"LA JUSTICIA
INJUSTA"
(SOUND OF FURY)
Una Experiencia Emocional que Ud. No Olvidar!. ..
Adms: A las ti A i 11 | *J | A OTf Y SU R<
t I 5:00 y 9:00 p.m
TPICA!
m Cfkt I
JUEVES!
4 ASES CMICOS
ISUNZA MANTEQUILLA SOTO
y FERRUSQUILLA
CHICOTE
En la mas humana y hermosa tragl-comedla!...
"La Revoltosa" con msica de
Cliap se estrenar Jueves 21
en el Teatro Presidente /
'rV
Madrid re. llora y canta...
La cancin de Madrid tuvo su
ms alta expresin en la m-
sica que el glorioso Chapi puso
a "La Revoltosa". "La de los
claveles dobles" es una frase
musical que ha dado la vuelta
al mundo. Faltaba una expre-
sin esttica. La cinematogrfi-
ca ya est lograda por arte y
magia de Intercontinental
Films. "La Revoltosa" se ha in-
corporado al cine espaol de
modo solemne y brillante.
"La Revoltosa" que se estre-
na desde el prximo jueves en
el Teatro Presidente, es una
pelcula de Espaa para el
mundo entero. Un poema en
imgenes. Una expresin ro-
mntica del Madrid de ayer.
Una exaltacin fervorosa de la
msica del glorioso maestro
Chapi, autor de "La Revoltosa",
en la que el alma del Madrid
Inolvidable vuelve sobre la par-
titura inmortal en uno de los
ms bellos poemas musicales do
todos los tiempos, incorporado
al cine espaol...
La grada y el garbo de Car-
men aevllla, la belleza ms lu-
minosa del cine espaol, al la-
do de Tony Leblanc. hacen do
esta pareja prctagonlsta de "La
Revoltosa" un panto do referen-
cia Inolvidable, junto con las
prestigiosas figuras del cine
peninsular, Maria Br, Carmen
de Lucio, Toms Blanco, ade-
ms de la participacin espe-
cial de la Orquesta Sinfnica
de Madrid y Maria de los An-
geles Morales, primer premio
internacional de canto y 1 ba-
llet de Vicente Escudera con
ochenta bailarines de su cuer-
po de baile.
KELVIX, S. A.
presenta a
ANITA VILLALAZ y EDGAR DEL ESTE
en "SU NOVELA FAVORITA",
que presenta diariamente de lunes a viernes a las 2:45 p.m.
- ENTRE NARANJOS,
Vertin radiofnica de EMILIO DAZ
sobre la inmortal novela de Don Vicente Bltuco Ibe*
En los 1090 Kilocyclos de la

i
Red Panamericana
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
m


The Pacific Saddle Club
members prepare
for a parade
.(Turn to Page 7)
% ^SUNDAY
American
Supplement
PANAMA. R. P.. SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 19&1


Review Of The Week
WORLDWIDE
ISTHMIAN
SPORTS
I IT WAS A comparatively quiet week round the world,
for those sufficiently adapted to modern living to
, accept as commonplace a fullscaie war, a potent med-
l dling with the fuel sources of all the armed forces of
(Western Europe, and the revelation that radiation ef-
i fecU In the area a few hundred yards around an ato-
mic blast need not worry rescue teams, because there
will be no one there to rescue.
In Korea the Allies slugged ahead against patchy
resistance.
Among the increasing a nan titles of loot that fell
j to them was one Iron Triangle, in poor condition.
. For all their profligacy with human life on the at-
' tack, the Reds did not seemed disposed to waste ef-
fort on the retreat.
Moat of their rearguard stands were aimed at giv-
ing their main forces time to get moving north, with
' their supplies.
Their aiminlshment of effort could be written off
by optimists as a calculated prelude to peace talks
' somewhere. It has often been said that the Chinese,
.who reacted so violently to the approach of United
States forces to the Yalu River, source of hydro-elec-
' trie power for industrial Manchuria, might settle for
a cease-fire across the waist of Korea, well north of
, the 38th parallel, well south of, the Yai.
Against the optimists tod I such question marks as
the penny-cracker efforts o: Red planes against the
' Allies on a couple of nights.
And Secretary of Defense CjJrge Marshall had not
flown to General Matthew P. jv,jy the previous v,ee
to give him the baseball at; ... m
United Nations Held comniu.ijr Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet said Friday he pj-fceJ tne Uu.nese Reus
j to take yet a third lash at .ie Auioj tna campaign
season.
ji'ting, there to settle
With an easement in the .
a few scores within the team.
.-(aval Chaplain Otto Spor._i-, seiij *ith the Ms-
25"fc. had eru charged I., lA Le .iient o the
7th Division, fighting alongi ue the Marines in Bourn
Korea In the strenuous days with cowaroice, thus
throwing more from their uiiare of the work on to
the Marines.
Overall commander General Matthew B. Riu way
came pack this week with tlii rejoinder that the 3Ut
had lost 90 per cent of its Offlcera in combat. He con-
ceded that Chaplain Sporrcr had amply proved his
own bravery during the fighting in questi-fi...
Still unresolved, and gw isrally ujaUemptod by
"^^^"m. was some unemotional way of ad-
mitting for the record 1 tat if seine unit* are
an among the best m ; line, others mast be
among the worst.
- 'h?,nemT a,w*?a ltat* "" he would rather tackle,
and those he would rather no.
But for many wars now, tm-mphant banUs. Dlavine
' gy,ff*i*ln' Or *U yP*"'lwve drowned these dif-
i Terences In the ears of the lioine folk.
'iHfafJL?.*** h*V* *! '*&?&* ln ni8t Washington
altitudes since the outbreak o. tlie Korean affair. They
hna*u?ta ,r0m SSfi luunted alances over the
| hnulder, to see whether Joe Stalin la stealing another
, _^b! w,1*k Joe 8u.un ke:- UP lhe Washington de-
h? H,rn0i11?,i,nent WUh Irin8n O bUbbltaSTteely.
btoeiwde *Cr*WS n "' ln8titutlnB babY
It never got really serious, and seemed to have about
straightened out by the weD'ccnd
tr?m!nWtS oment'y toU: oi na"d"8 Joe the same
treatment as before: the Air Lift
jnPlfiii ?htalkeri reme' ered what thorough old
Joe had taken good note of long ago
Ail the planes for an l r lift are mighty busy
Korea *B "* *" "" acroas the ***"* *
thl*ifaV]Sit?!i Gne,ral AUred Weutmeyer Uvened up
n,akinrAnUr.Jel'lngS S1 Washington, still without
making then seem much more than the confusion
normally to be expected If an Army officers tubSd
a bunch of assorted politick n8 were obliged byWash-
^rfe^'^Tn^Txar'^^*^- "" to
itTnS iact that Texas, presently rearrsentert ba
i portedI to be U-l anti-Acheson and therefore br-
eaming ever-more beauUful to Republican eves
could be a complete coincidence. J '
%RS&?&WS$than the p,n -^ftS
We may hear this week, conceivably from nnp
sources, whether the pin struck oil. V P
CaT?MiH>the.Tai.^*^'^cud dewing going on
captol Hill the cattlemen of the United Sutes were
tending their beasts ln for killing onceinore
- .*J?wnnShed UP lu three-~stage munlcinal election
with the Christian Demcratagetting boil .35 2?
cen 0andheth,U' \*' 5 CommunUU bout
other pUrties 'c*tt*red "I among sundry
inJ^^^S",06 S2S8 to tne P0"8- rhe Communist vot-
'Sfiff. fr^hJ" Fra,f^' !f*l? tonnidable beside the
tt,iUnitredC8tanta.PO,led thC ** *n Brlta,n d
. Therefore there remains rwn to wonder wbe-
ber the United States is presenting its ideas to
Enrope as plainly as its infantrymen.
A ^ew TIk ,UU oawotic Investigation, with Upe
recordedevldence from teen age drug addicts and girls
who had turned to prostitution to get money for
drugs, made the big crime revelations of the Xefauver
committee sound like the an expose of a well lnten-
lioned and practically hone .t gentleman's club.
r,ThCwe-w*Jr' npelHng indications that missing
DrltUh Foreign Office men Donald MacLean and Ouy
PAGE TWO
AFTER A WSEK of hirangue, trial and tribulation,
the plumbers of the Panama oanai scu.ca a victory
when the proposed plumoers 'pool" system was toss-
ed down the araln. At a meeting Thurauay, aumlnis-
trators of the Canal unplugged the ecus* of the dis-
content, and gave the plumoers oac.c their regular
helpers^ after a one-wee test period that oian't wok.
Resignations that were threatened were retracted,
and peace was restored.
It pays to be reluctantor so it would seem to Irate
Canal Zone taxpayers v. no fucd on Uuia. Apparently
a stitch ln time did not save nine, for they are now
the only ones not Inchjed in the Sept. lj tax ex-
tension date. While offl i j* confirmation of the new
date continued to pour in lrom all sources thij week,
thoae who have filed, n st pay by June l.
Almost aa Inevitable a i taxe3 and death, comes the
notice every year that hf the M^Carran /.menomeat
Is not approved. Armed Forces civilian employe will
lose that treasured 25% differential With re^ntless
regularity civilians begi i wondering atout that big
IFT Then in the nick o time, the amendment usually
goes through. The deadl'ne this year is June 30lh, up
to which tirne AiwH Fo.ces civilians are covered.
A possible pay raise hike of $307 always welcome
news for classified employes came as an anti-climax
to recommended rent boosts. The newly proposed Sen-
ate raise to "cover rising coat of living," would be re-
moval when conditions were back to normal.
Meanwhile the Pesiman would also got a break
if an I.u'/o increase over their present salaries is
ijip.ove-l. And a new bill was introduced In the
ll.iise yesterday to permit firemen on the Zone to
retire at the age of 5* providing they had 2*
yeirs service.
CIO Labor Leader Edward Gaskin told the House
tins week that "The people ln Latin America look
iipon the Canal Zone as a mirror of America's prac-
tice as against her ideals... that mirror at present
reveals to them a social and economic Image which
is revolting, to say the least." A Panamanian of
West Indian descent Gaskin Is the President of
Local 900 and la now ln the U.S. on a government fel-
lowship as an exchange sutdent. studying labor con-
uiiions.
set toe same time, Ed Welsh, International Repre-
st-tative of CIO expressed the union's reactions to
the proposed rent hikes: "They would be disastrous for
local raters."
Enthusiastic civilians over 200 of then regis-
tered this week for an intensified two-month course
in.'i would train them as replacements for Army men
of the anti-aircraft gun batteries. In a short three-
aay recruitment period, more than 2/3 of the neces-
sary total were enrolled. When the classes reach 300,
registration will be closed.
What seemed like a peaceful week at the police
stations, with only a bandfal of missing reporta
turned in, ended with a tragic accident when an
Albrook airman was killed on the runway by a
B 17. The plane had been taxiing down the run-
way when the "follow me" jeep collided with It,
and the airman, who was rushed to Clayton Hos-
pital died shortly thereafter. A complete Investi-
gation has been ordered although details of the
accident have not yet been released.
Other news briefs: It wasn't the humanity, but the
humidity that made things hot Thursday when the
thermometer hit 03 degrees a record since early
May... Sen: Johnston, Chairman of the Post Office and
Civil Service Committee is planning a short four day
trip to Panama on June 25. He has accepted an Invi-
tation to attend an AFGE Lodge Meeting on the 27th...
Aoout half a dozen employes would be affected ln a
proposed move of the Railroad and Terminals Bureau
Horn Balboa to Cristobal... The School tuition ques-
tion was raised again, this time by Panamanian mo-
thers who insist that the RP Govt. take a "firm stand"
against the new rates which they considered "prohi-
bitive."
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The emergency session of the Panam National As-
sembly adjourned after having taken several steps
designed to bolster national economy. Basic author-
ization was approved for the government to borrow up
to $26,000,000. which over a period of years would be
expended as follows: $5,000,000 to repay its loan to
the Social Security Bank; $11,000,000 to cancel out-
standing Internal bonds; and $10,000,000 to pay one-
third of the cost of projects toward the completion of
the Inter-American highway to the Costa Rlcan Bor-
der. (The United States will pay two-thkls).
The Treasury secretary sought immediate authority
> borrow $300,000 for deposit toward realignment and
grading of the stretch between David and Remedios,
where a government spokesman said over $800,000
has already been spent for modern bridges. Final ap-
proval by the permanent Legislative Commission next
week Is thought certain, so that the project may be
finalized for the Fiscal Year 1052 to permit work to
start next month.
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The Assembly also authorised Hotel El Panam
to borrow up to $l.5e.tM. If the loan Is floated,
part of It is to be used to repay the Panam Trust
Company.
Negotiations between the Panam Railroad and the
Coln Free Trade Zone for the rental of a docks area
for the construction of piers seemed nearlng comple-
tion. The area Includes the old freight house near
the Coln Railroad Station, and also the site of the
Strangers Club. Dock engineers from the State arriv-
ed to make a study of pier construction and methods
of funding. The Free Zone already has a site for its
industrial area where the American drug firm of
Burgess must have oeen high In diplomatic and policy
making circles. Their substance and direction remain-
ed Invisible to all observers. -
SwMjwb AsMfKM S>mp>cmetH
e THE PUBLIC 18 being asked for donations ln or-
der to meet the expense of sending the Canal Zone
Little League champions to the United States to com-
pete in the U.S.-wide tournament of future baseball
greats. ^
The sum of $5,M0 has been set as the goal need-
ed to take care of the youngsters and their super-
visors on the U.S. trip. Making the journey will
be 14 players and three adult directors.
Little League baseball proved a tremendous succeaa
in its first year on the Canal Zone and it is hoped
thpt the overwhelming enthusiasm displayed by the
public will continue.
Supporters are asked to give what they can .
Boys of the Little League will stationed at the vari-
ous pay windows, banks, commissaries, and post of-
fices to accept donations.
The National Boxing Association Indefinitely sus-
pended former Liphtwelglit Champion Ike Williams
arid his manager, Frank Palermo, at the request of
the California State Athletic Commission.
The suspension applies in 47 states, the District of
Col-mbla and Hawaii.
Nn* officials said the susnension was ordered be-
cause Williams and Palermo failed to meet the dead-
line for nronerly nostlng $2.500 weight and appear-
ance forfeit check for June 1U bout against Art
Araeon at Ins Angeles. This was be'ore Williams loot
his t't'e to Jimmy Carter Isst month.
Jesus Cnmpoe of Pne- B Federico flumner taniir>t In a ten-ronnd fea- '
tire st ?*-? Colin Are*a. Comnos renlaees Al Pen-
nine In the mam boat.
The International Am'"ir Atble'. Federation has
acce"*d two m^'kn as off Mai world track and field
re-orda.
v* are Mel Patton'a 'n-pr"<-,"'"-flfth seconds for
the ?0-varn snrint and th *|-H'-t;hoiiaand-4S points
scored bv Boh MatWai In tb lo National Decath-
lon C*">Fnr>ionshlns. Ppfcrrm. who eKr* the p!n*-three
record for the )fl-vrd d~~v set th ro-'-ecO'-rt while
enm'WIn, fnr sotitb-'n c\ a-lnjr: TTCLA. Mel ran
thi 100 H nl"e-oe t't m* d'"'. hut a strone tall-
wlnrf Mirnm-H*a"v e",'l *v> ti~>. a world
ree-\
Another track star Reverend Bob Richards
says he will try and give the International Federation
some pole vaulting records to think about. Richards
thinks he can beat both the indoor and outdoor re-
cord next year. Bob Warmerdam holds the world out-
door record of 15 feet, seven and three-quarter Inches
and the indoor mark of 15 feet, eight and one-half
Inches.
Warmerdam cleared the .15 foot mark 41 tunea
Rl-hards has done it nine times ln competition.
"I almost beat the indoor record at the Chicago re-
lays in March." says Richards. "The bar was put at
15 feet, eight and three-ouarter inches. I orayed, but
lost faith ln myself at the last minute." adds the
blond narson. "I was so surprised at clearing the bar
I brushed it on the way down. But. It was mv fault
for marveling at what wps taking place and I dldnt
deserve to go over."
Richards teaches philosophy at Laverne College in
California.
Middleweight Chamn Ray Robinson added another
European middleweight to his string of victims with
an eighth-round technical kayo win over Jan Do
Bruin Sunday. Robinson had the blond Hollander
helpless when the referee stepped in and halted the
one-sided battle.
The non-title boot was held at Antwerp, Bel.
glum. Before the scheduled 10-rounder got under-
way, Sugar Ray presented a $10,000 check from
the Damon Runyan Cancer Fund to a Belgian
Cancer Fund.
De Bruin gave Robinson some surprising competi-
tion ln the early rounds, but the champ opened up in
the sixth round, and lt was the beginning of the end.
Ray administered a terrltic' heaa battering to the
rugged De Bruin, who refused to go down. However,
he was so helpless ln the eighth, that with 30 sec-
onds to-go ln the round, the referee stepped In and
halted the bout.
Each fighter scaled loO and three-quarter pounds.
Robinson is scheduled to defend his title against Randy
Turpln ln London July 10th.
President Bob Carpenter of the Philadelphia Phlla
has signed young Ted Kazanskl for a reported $85,009.
Carpenter flew Into Detroit at three o'clock ln the
morning and roused the 17-year-old youngster out of
bed to sign him with the Phils.
Carpenter made the flight to get Kazanskl before
the representatives of the 13 other clubs who wanted
the sandlot star had even gotten out of bed. Neither
Kazanskl nor Carpenter would reveal the exact a-
mount of the bonus, but the youngster said that a
guess of $85,000 wouldn't be far wrong.
Kazanskl will report Wednesday to the Phils' "A"
farm club at Terre Haute, Indiana, ln the Three-Eye
League. Playing ln the Detroit Amateur Baseball Fe-
deration, Kazanskl batted a hefty 475.
The Detroit Tigers have cut southpaw Earl John-
son from the roster to make room for the return of
catcher Bob Swift. General Manager Bill Evans says
the veteran left-hander was released outright.
The first ballots naming the fans' choices for the
coming July 10 All-Star game arriving at the Chicago
Tribune. Sports writers predict a record vote for the
game set for Brlggs 8tadinm in Detroit.
Parke, Davis It Company p.-ns to install a depot soon
that will employ about 100 people.
When the Assembly meets next fall. President
Aleibiades Aroaemena will present to It a bill de-
signed to "reform Panama's election laws, insare
honest and efficient elections with guarantees to
all nolitical parties, stricter secrecy In voting, aad
to eliminate fraud in counting ballets."
SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 19S1


Beautiful Skeleton
Sought At Harvard
CAMBRIDGE, Mass, June II.
(UP.). The Economic cooper-
ation Administration la looking
for a skeleton in Haryard Un-
iversity's closet.
Harvard officials are helping
with the search, but so far have-
n't been able to help much. They
don't know which of their more
than 5,000 skeletons ECA want*.
ECA knows, though. It wants
what is reputed to be the most
beautiful skeleton in the world.
The bones have been traced to
Harvard's historic yard but no
farther.
It seems that Paris' bohemian
Left Bank once had a model
skeleton, sentimentally regarded
by the bearded aesthetes of the
perjod as the most beautiful In
the world.
An American professor bought
the fabled skeleton and took It
to New England. There the skele-
ton was Just another skeleton.
Recently, Maltre da Silva, a
Bid Of $1 Buys
School That Cost
$30,000 Long Ago
ARCHBOLD, O. June 18 (UP)
A school building purchased
for $1 originally cost $30,000 to
build.
That's the price Jesse Storrer
pair for the Archbold School. It
may turn out to be an even big-
ger bargain since Storrer, after
looking the 00-year-old building
over carefully, plans now to erect
four homes from materials sal-
vaged.
The school was condemned and
ordered razed. Storrer has until
September. 1951 to salvage the
timber and bricks.
Portuguese sculptor, decided to
write a book.
Da Silva wanted the fabled
skeleton "to Justify certain laws
of aesthetics." He enlisted the
ECA to help find the bones for
him.
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Kitchen
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(From Harper's Mraie>
JK ME rappelle the aandsoft
mornings m a welter of ches-
nut trees arriving
With a smell of wet pavements.
over Paris; the conniving?
Clatter of shopkeepers, the milk-
man's horses sending
My brief blackbird to his chimney
matins; je me rappeUe
Tres bien, en Ret, the unending
Flicker of light from green fin-
gers on every small
Cobble and shingle, the tall
pay coming in like a gendarme.
wearing his uniform well.
Je me sewvfeas, aussi, dee apres-
micUs d'Mttma.
Under the chattering leaves
Of the parks the Seine grown
Somber beating all summer a-
galnst the square stone
Of so many ice-cream bridges.
Nothing deceives
Me: I remember stin
The night train southward and
our waking
Blind between the vineyards and
the sea. sun like a trumpet
Stopping our mouths. Even so.
the shaking
Of the plane trees at the Porte
d'Orleans never left me, the
spell
Uprooting Rome, hill by em-
broidered hill;
All words turning to Paris a-
galnst my will.
SNAPSHOT
(From The Christian Science
Monitor)
A FRACTION of a second is e-
hough
To halt a bird in flight, to stop
a cloud,
To freeze a wave breaking a-
gainst Its bluff-
To check the fleet, however
" speed-endowed.
Shutter and lens bestow upon
these three
A bird, a cloud, a wavethe two-
fold gift
Of being captured and remaining
tree;
Eternal stillness added to the
swift.
FANNY DE GEOOT HASTINGS.
SILVIA STAIXINGS.
STOKM
(From Florida Magazine Of
Verse)
THE hornets of the heat have
fled.
The wind has swollen high;
A seething darkness not of night
Thunders down the sky-
Myriad spectral armies swarm
Whose fevered sentries pace.
With footsteps grim and ponder-
ous.
The crumbling walls of space.
Trees distort and seas unleash,
Horizons crash apart;
Bleak moaning of the desolate
Shudders at the heart...
But through the restless, tolling
hours
Tranquil crickets chime .
The steady pulse of summei.
The endless pulse of time...
ANNA ELIZABETH BENNETT.
IRONY OF WARLaboring under the double burden of a head-load of belonging.: and piggy-bock
baby, the Korean woman refugee might grimace bitterly if she could understand th: Slogan paintcc
mi the crippled B-J bomber. She slogged past It In her flight southward from the Comra^",?* ?
(Photo by NEA-Acrae Staff Photographer Bert Aahwerth.) ___
Pearsons Merry Go-Round
Drew Pearson says: CoL McCormlck abuts to
nominate Ms Own candidate for President;
China lobby has ever been probed; U. S.
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PAGE FOUR
WASHINGTON. Col. Robert McCormlck, po-
tent publisher of the Chicago Tribune, ls work-
ing on some secret strategy which he hopes will
throw the Presidency of the United States Into
his lap In 1952.
On the surface McCormlck gives all signs of
backing his good friend. Sen. Bob Tart. Actually,
however, McCormlck favors his able, up-and-
coming protege. Sen. Everett Dlrksen, the re-
cently elected solon from Pekln, 111.
McCormick's strategy In this situation is quite
simple. At the Chicago convention in '52, he will
Work for a deadlock between the two leading
candidates probably Taft and Elsenhower
Once he's maneuvered the convention into a
stalemate, be will pass out word that the only
way to break the deadlock is to nominate Sen-
ator Dlrksen.
If this deadlock does develop, Dlrksen might
have a chance of securing the nomination. He's
a well-known and well-Uaed figure in top Re-
publican circles. And since the convention will
be In Chicago, there's bound to be a lot of Dirk-
sen support In the eves-vocal galleries.
NOTEThe Irony is that Dlrksen by himself
would make a good President; Dlrksen bogged
down by Chicago Tribune policies would not
CHINA LOBBI
When Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon asked Se-
cretary o SUte Acheson about the China Lobby
during, one of the closed-door sessions of the
MacArthur hearings you could have heard a pin
drop.
For the China lobby has become at the same
time one of the most sacrosanct and most power-
ful in Washington, it Is sacrosanct because so
many Senators have been influenced by it, have
close friends in it. or have received actual cam-
paign contributions from it.
It Is powerful because It has the minions of
Chiang Kai-shek's brothers-in-law behind it.
Dlus some of the most potent political figures in
Washington. Louey Johnson, ex-Secretary of De-
fense, for instance, has been the personal at-
torney for Chiang's millionaire brother-in-law.
Dr. H. H. Rung.
As a result of Its oowers. many observers be-
lieve that a lot of the agitation over Formosa,
aid to Chlane. etc., stems originally from the
China lobby. let few people on Capitol Hill say
much about the lobby, and it has never been in-
veRtteated.
That was why there was a long silence when
Senator Morse popped his question. That was also
wfcy the silence was broken by a surprised wlhstle
from Sen Brien McMahon of Connecticut. And
that may or may not have been whv Chnlrman
Rnwell of Georgia tapped hlr gavel and said:
The Senator has exceeded his time, and will
have to ask the question tomorrow if he wishes."
HE LECTURED PERON
Not many neonJp have told President Peron of
ArcenHna what thev thonrht of him fare to
face. However, this was what William J. Ken-
nedy, rhnlrman of the Railroad Retirement
Board, dlrl during a r*eert visit to Arwenttn* as
a TJ.8. delegate to the Inter-American eonfer-
* on octal security
Ken"-rfv a wlrv. erav-htlred man who tikes
to speak his ir>'M en-"'' t~ ~- ~**<*lai
SwKMy Amcixm SwBflfft
dinner and in the presence of one other person
an interpreter proceeded to give him a brisk
lecture on freedom of the press. He had In muid,
of course, Peron's closing of the great opposition
newspaper, La Prensa.
"Don't you realize that a little opposition la
a good thing?" Kennedy asked Peron. "Don't you
realize that Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected
President of the United sutes not once, twice or
three times, but four times, even though he was
opposed by the great majority of our newspapers?
"Constructive criticism from the press or any
other source has never banned anyone," con-
tinued the American official.
Kennedy was sincerely trying to find out what
defense, if any, Peron would offer for closing
down La Prensa, other than the newspaper's
criticism of his toUlitarlan policies. However,
Peron didn't attempt to defend his action.
Though Kennedy's two-listed remarks were
carefully translated by the interpreter. Presi-
dent Peron made no reply. His only reaction waa
an enigmatic smile, even when Kennedy Uunt-
ed him:
"The trouble with you, Mr. President, is that
you've got a glass chin."
NOTEOn returning to the United SUtes,
Kennedy told a friend: "Peron's government
does a lot of boasting about how the 'dignity of
man' must be protected. However, the difficulty
In the world today ls that we fall to realize that
there can be no dignity where there is no free-
dom."
JOHNSTON vs. WILSON
After Defense Mobilizer Charles E. Wilson and
Economic Stabilizer Eric Johnston issued their
denial of this column's report that they were
feuding, Newsweek wrote the following:
"Despite repeated denials, official relations
between Wilson and Johnston have been strained
for some time. And although both men have
tried to smooth out the rift, their approach U
some mobilization problems differs sufficiently
to threaten an open break at any time...
"When labor walked out on the mobilisation
program. Johnston got the job as peacemaker.
During the negotiations which followed, the sus-
picion arose among Wilson's staff that Johnston
was trying to promote himself Into the No. 1 mo-
bilization post. During the negotiations, Johns-
ton -visited the White House several times, to
confer with Charles 8. Murphy. Presidential
assisUnt assigned to the labor ease. Then, on
March 19, Johnston flew to Key Wast for a dis-
cussion on the whole problem with the President
On his return, Johnston found Wilson upset over
the continuing reports that the former waa try-
ing to 'knife' him.
"The showdown came in Wilson's old State
Department building offices, at which time
Johnston assured the mobilization boas that he
had no designs on his job. Both agreed to for-
get the reporta.
"But shortly thereafter, another pressure point
the one which may produce the open rat
sUrted to build up. On April 22, Johnston issued
a special formuna. with Wilson's approval, which
bars price Increases If business profits reach K
per cent of the boat three years in the ltM-l4
neriocL Some Industry leaders, unhappy with the
formula, took their ease to Wilson. It wag plain
that some businessmen regarded Johnston
former US. Chamber of Commerce President -
as a kind of renegade...
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And Comment
By Victor Riese!
HEARD ON THIS BEAT:
All sorts of undercover men are slipping in and out of the
giant Ford Co. plant these days local police agents, Federal
agents and certain private agents in a cops-and-robbers, cloak-
and-dagger game which may yet break into one of the mo: t sen-
sational labor stories of the year. AS
First are the Dearborn Police plalnclothesmen who were call-
ed in by the Company to crack the million dollar gambling rings
jrudde the sprawling factory. Ford management,.it is reported, felt
that at least in their operation, they would try to drive the mobs
out of respectable business spots. There have been many arrests
and consequent discharges. Walter Reuther's Auto Union is plead-
ing with its people to fight the gangs...'
Meanwhile, at least two government agencies, House and Sen-
ate investigators, are in Detroit, or will arrive shortly, to probe-
the mo3t successful Communist cell operation in the" country to-
day right inside the River Rouge |ant, soon to be on war work...
And not the least active of the men operating quietly to in-
fluence the union at this plant a prize indeed, for it's the
world's largest local are friends of John L. Lewis, working with
a*l antl-Reuther and anti-Phil Murray forces. There now seems
little doubt that John Lewis will, If possible, attempt to use his
June 23 speech there as the rallying point for some sort of new
political labor-coalition which he'll head, of course. There Is even
talk that he'll try to split off Auto Union locals with 100,000 mem-
bers and take them into a Lewis-led federation with the coal dig-
gers and what's left of the pro-Communist unions kicked out of
OJO last year...
ertainiy not since he reluctantly gave up his CIO presidency,
after the fiasco of hi* endorsement of Wendell Willkle, when he
said he'd quit If labor'didn't help elect Mr. Willkle in 1940, has
John L. been so enthusiastically hailed by a CIO union. The Ford
officers, apparently are. determined to slash at both Phill Murray
and Walter Reulher who are, justifiably occupied elsewhere with
helping America mobilize for defense. They ran a huge front page
headline In their union paper, "Ford Facts." screaming "Lewis
Here, Honored Quest." They even changed the date of their rally
to suit his convenience. Furthermore, a Lewis letter to them vir-
tually asks for conferences with delegations from other auto unions.
If Walter Reutber accepts the Ford local's invitation to speak
that day. it could turn out tobe the greatest debate labor has
ever heard and haying heard both men, 171 put my money on
Walter's rapier mfnd and razor tongue against Lewis' oldfashioned
Biblical oratory. Lewis will find he's now taken on his toughest
adversary, for this time, unlike other scraps, it'll be mind and not
muscles.
Meanwhile, Reuther still leads one of the two modern unions
in the land. In a few weeks, his colleagues will file a bid for a
Detroit area television chapeL If granted.by the FCC. the Auto
Union will go in heavily for- educational and public service pro-
grams. While waiting, the union's broadcasting expert, Guy Nunn.
wiH produce documentary programs over WWJ-TV starting Tues-
day June 1, the first ever tried by a labor outfit...
Almost $300,000 in regards have been posted by unions for cap-
ture or jtips on the goons who've killed, shot, bombed or slugged
their leaders In the past two years. Yet no one has claimed a
nickel, which is weird. Every police agency informant has gone up
a blind alley, which is unprecedented. Biggest reward is for the
Reuther brothers' assailants, totaling $225,000. Next is $40,000 by
the Chicago Teamsters, whose leaders' homes have been bombed
Then comes the $25,000 offered by the Ladies Workers in the
lethal knifing of their organizer. Will Lurye.
Chicago apparently still leads in violence. On Apr. 9, the home
of the chief of the Teamsters Roofing Material Chauffer's Union
was bombed there. On May 2, a witness who had testified against
three hoods who attempted to extort money from the Teamsters
Milk Wagon Drivers was brutally beaten. On May 15, Tom Hag-
gerty's heme was dynamited after this Teamsters' leader has set-
tled a two-day strike. May 16 another bomb blasted the home of a
leader of the Teamsters' Baggage and Parcel Drivers' Union. Last
year, four such union officials were bombed, beaten or killed...
And it's certain that these are not the results of factional fights...
Why no civic probe as Kefauver suggested?...
Members of the House un-American Activities Committee are
furious over the now obviously perjured testimony of one of Hol-
lywood'* most prominent movie people. The Investigators have
come up with a fist full of documents and minutes of testimony
by a new witness which place close relatives of the star In the
Communist Party and have convinced the Committee that the
chap In nustion solicited members Into the Party and delivered
tirades against our government.
What roils the Congressmen is the ruthless manner. In which
he exploited the decency thev showed him. Many were taken in bv
his gentle demeanor. BuTnot the Hollywood Screen Actors Guild
and Stage Hands Union leaders. Once more they've done their com-
munity and Industry a good turn.
Every one of the AFL's central organizations In 800 cities will
be asked by their national president. William Green, to put he
heat on Congress steadily from this Week on to July 10 in an ef-
fort to get a new Defense Production Act which will have rigid
price and national rent controls. Labor experts that Congress
will merely extend the Defense Act for 30 days at the last mi-
nute. So the strategy is to have everv Conaressman needled by
his back-home unions with warnings that labor wants the new
law to see to It that prices and rents are lowered this summer.
Walter Winchell In New York
COMMUNISTS AND OPTIMISTS
There has keen a strange surge of optimism
about Ue possibility of peace with Russia. It
stems from starry-eyed Judgements in some
sections- of the press and in Washington. De-
spite the optimism, Communists continue killing
American in Korea. Hopeful.news-paper essays
and wishful Presidential utterances are bitter-
ly rebuker. by agonised cries of maimed Ameri-
can soldiers... Communism's tactics.frequently
vary, but its global conquent aim has never
changed. That is the one thread of consistency
in tht\ Communist craey-qullt... Of course,
Stalin will refrain from forcibly enslaving na-
tions, if they voluntarily accept his chains. The
lunatic logic of Communism defines slavery as
peaceand tyranny as liberty. The explanation
is simple: Communists accept lies as the truth.
ala only insi Ire echoes. The Kremlin has never
adhered to 1-s own vows of friendship... Russia
expects to get the trust it has never given. Lat-
via, Lithuania, Rumania. Finland, Poland. Cze-
choslovakia had non-agression pacts with Russia
before they were forced to succumb to Com-
munism.
The record will attest that the Soviet
Union has never been at peace.with the Un-
ited States. Long before Red satellite armies
began rollingCommunist undercover forces
launched an offensive against this nation.
There has never been a trace in Russia's eco-
nomic, psychological and diplomatic war a-
gainst our country... Incredibly some Ame-
ricans are stiU reluctant to believe Commun-
ism's bloodies* wars can be effective. A half-
doien nations bare already been conquered
br .this methodand their defeat Is as ab-
solute as if their armies had been vanquished.
The fact Is peace cannot be attained by wish-
ing or hoping. International amity Is not a gift
it is a victory... Before the structure of peace
can be erected there must be a moral founda-
tion. There can be no lasting peace with oppres-
sion. There car. be no peace when national policy
is based on force. There can be no peace when
one nation uses the threat of war as diplomatic
weapon... Real peace signifies the existence of
mutual trust and understandingnot merely the
absence of armies In the field. While the law
of the jvngle prevails, the lust for blood is Inev-
itable. There Is no peace where gangsters can
obtain what they desirethe same is applicable
to the world. In brief, there can J* no peace
with fear.
The power of nation* cannot be measured sole-
ly by the potency of its weapons. The strength
of this democracy Is rooted In the faith Ameri-
cans have in the Constitution. Without that faith
this nation could not exist. A similar faith In
peace on an International scale is the prime re-
quisite for global amity. Without it there can be
only anarchy... Moscow's loud peaceful avow-
Retslan promises are as empty as the lives
f the people they have enslaved. Communist
deceit Is an essential feature of their strat-
tegy. The primary concept of Communism
Is an immoral idea: The end justifies the -
means. Thus, every seemingly peaceful Rus-
sian policy is actually a military maneuver.
It is an attempt to obtain time to strenghten
their own armies for eventual world con-
questor to use undercover forces in foreign
lands to obtain the same end. Communists
are ready to make any sacrifice for tactical.
advantageeven if that Includes a tempo-
rary policy of peace. They are ready to ua
all forces and motives which lead, even for
a moment, in the direction, of world Com-
munism.
There is one sentence In Stalin's book, "Pro-
blems of Leninism" (page 42), that makes clear
the strategy of Communism: "The dictatorship
of the proletariat Is a persistent strugglesan-
guinary and bloodless, violent and peaceful,
military and economic educational and admin-
istrativeagainst the forces and traditions of
the old society"... Every Russian vow of peace,
every amicable maneuver should be Judged by
that sentence.. The confession Is simple and dead-
ly. It convicts Communism as an enemy of peace.
History is a great teacher Unfortunately it.
has never been able to Impress enough students,
That tragic fact Is the reason for recurring In-
ternational and domestic calamities. Those who
cannot learn from past blunders are condemned
to repeat them... Despite the Soviet Union's
lengthy record of deceit, its pose as a devotee of
peace still deludes too manv Americans. Coir:
muntst peace proposals today are an. echo of
past events. While Russia was arming llselt lb
the tee, in 1938Lltvlnoff was In the Lea e
of Nations pleading for total world disarma-
ment.
The Communist propagandists are playing -
pon our earnest desire for peareand so^e
Americans think they're hearing the music of
angels. But the facts Indicate Russia is comn""-
ing democracy's "Funeral March." There are >'0
notes of optimism In Commurlst lullabies t'^t
would put us to sleep permanently.
Peter Edson In Washington
NEA Start Correspondent
Despite high employment, workers in the leather, textile,
clothing, television, furniture, railroad and coal mining indus-
tries are being laid off by the thousands, in addition to the
125.000 auto workers soon to be temoorarilv jobless... War orders
won't be felt for 90 davs: so the average work week still Is 40.8
hours instead of World War IPs'54 hours... And the average
weekly wagejs $ Unless the CIO sailors get their wage increase and shorter
work week'demands'(for 40 hours on all vessels), thev threaten,
not to sign on ships in two week, thereby crippling the trans-
Atlantic 'trate from Eastern and Southern ports at the height
of the vacation season.
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WASHINGTON, (NEA) MacArthur hearings
have all Washington tied in knots. It Isn't Just
that 25 senators one more than a fourth of
the members have spent most of their time
since May 3 on these hearings. They tie up all
Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services
Committee work. The thing spreads.
For Instance, Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia,
chairman of the MacArthur investigation, Is also
chairman of Appropriations Subcommittee on
Agriculture. Agriculture funds were cut $103 mil-
lion by the House. Farm groups want some of
the cuts restored. But not a wheel turns till the
MacArthur hearings are over. Nobody has any
idea when that will be.
MEASURES WORKED ON
The slow-down shows in record of the two
branches of Congress. Up to June 1, House had
comoleted action on 331 measures of all types
public and private bills and resolutions. House
had comoleted action on 477.
On nubile laws, only 43 have been passed by
both Houses and sighed by the President. This
includes nine laws passed In April and 18 in May.
Many of these were legislative cats and dogs.
Among the May measures passed were transfer
of Vermont Agricultural College lands, transfer
of Tuskogee Institute lands, transfer of certain
Louisiana lands to the police Jury of Rapldes
parish for holding of agricultural fair/. Also,
authorization for sale of R.F.D. route maDS, auth-
orization for the Navy band to pav at Confede-
rate veterans' convention In Norfolk, authoriza-
tion for apoointment of District of Columbia po-
lice and fire departments to civilian defense
posts. And so on.
HIGH LEVEL OFFICIALS TIED UP
Concentration on the MacArthur caie also ties
up State 8nd Defense Departments. Top brains
In both organizations have been spending much
of their time preparing statements for Secreta-
ries Acheson and Marshall and the Joint Chiefs
of Staff. Bureaus with many pressing problems
needing nromnt decision have met with manv
delays. Testimony has to be carefully stud'ed
down town to prepare for possible cross-examin-
ation In cas witnesses are called ba<-k for sec-
ond or third i vie ran oes on Ganttol Hill.
EQUALITY UNDER LAW
Pretty little Mrs. Ethel Mjrrell of Miami. Fla
new president of the National Women'* Party,
says that as a lawyer she will never take a ease
to defend a woman lust because she Is a wom-
an. "It isn't eoualltv between men and women
that we're work'ns for." she s*vs "It'.'-ttTi-vUfci _ar*jivlng a time of It making him stay, off his
"der the law. I want to end the condition un- feet till the infection is completely gone.
der which women who marry become lega! non-
entities."
COPYRF.ADING IMPORTANT
Assistant Secretary of State Dean Rusk appar-
ently got himself in trouble over his China pol.'rv
speech by falling to follow one of the first rules
of the newspaper business. This is to have some
copy editor always read everything that goes In i o
the paper. No matter how good a writer Is, he
can't catch all his own mistakes.
Secretary Rusk, as officer In charge of Far
Eastern Affairs, has himself been doing all the
copy reading On China area speeches written by
others. He has been a tough editor. He has made
a lot of people sore by insisting on changes in
copy to make speeches conform to policy. When
it came to writing his own speech, he thought he
could edit it too. That's where he slipped.
HELI FOR IRAN
Iran, which got the first technical assistance
under the Point Four program, ls'Just now be-
ginning to benefit from this aid to underdevelop-
ed.countries. There are six American technicians
in Iran now. Three are agricultural advisers,
two public health workers and one a social se-
curity adviser. Present plaru call for building up
the staff to 20 or 30 by the end of the Jfcar. In
addition. State Department has made a contract
with Near East Foundation for village Improve-
ment. It is now working in some 75 rural com-
munities.
Biggest batch of Point Four aid has been flown
over to fight malaria and grasshoppers. Twenty
tons of DDT have been sent over to kill mosoul-
toes in Caspian Sea malaria areas inhabited by
two and a half million people. For grasshonner
control, a contract was made with U. S. Overseas
Airlines to spray several thousand square miles
with Aldrln. a new poison. Two ounces, diluted,
kills all grasshoppers In an acre
WILSON' PLENTY TOUGH
Defense MobUteer Charles E. Wilson's infected
foot, which is keeping him incapacitated for
several weeks. Is his third recent serious ace!-'
dent. First ^e hurt his leg In a fall off a lecture
C" tform at Atlanta. Then he seriously hurt his
k in a fall across an airplane arm rest, after
an air Docket lurch of the plane had lifted him
from his seat and thrown him agalnt the cell-
ing of the cabin. This was In a GE compnny
.plane, flvlne from Schenectadv to Cleveland. The
infected foot came from a cut on the leg. sus-
tained after a fall while getting out of a plane at
Washington. Being a tough customer. Mr. Wrlson
never likes to admit he's hurt or alck. Doctors
SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1951
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Why RP Coffee Prices Are Going Up
By RALPH
K. .SKINNKK
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The price of coffee Is going up
111 Panam!
fort and that, wants money for
shoes, clothes and American tall-
. To as, tlie reason why, we have 0r-mad cigarettes. And, of
>taited mile high coffee fincas on courae, gt,m. p0r some Inexplic-
,both slopes of Panama's 10,100- abje reason the most popular
foot volcano. confectionery in interior Panam
Boquete coffee Is rated the best ls American-made Chiclets.
in thi-5 part of the world, and with
l the priee incentive what it ls,
Etoduccrs are doing their best to
icrease their crops.
Even with increased production
That's what one big Panam
coffee producer told us. "Coffee
was once 18 cents a pound*here
for the best. Now it's 80 cents
here where it's-produced. And ifs
. coffee prices will continue to rise coin* higher Much higher!"
i stoarlilv v.'o urprs tnlrl Tho hade .1?.,.__ iu. n_. i_ _____
steadily, we were told. The basic
; reason Is not floods, inclement
weather or transportation dlffl-
' culties, although these are all
present. The real reason is higher
, wages.
Ten years ago many of the cof-
;' fee pickers were ignorant, itiner-
; ant Indians who walked over the
mountains from the back coun-
try, during the 'coffee picking
season and disappeared when
; their work was done. They asked
1 for nothing but rice and beans to
eat when they were working and
! were glad if-they had a bare roof
. over their heads at night. Lack-
'ing the roof, they just flopped
down anywhere despite the frigid
temperature.
Wages were based on piecework.
A dime for each lata (can) of
' coffee picked.
That dime wage that the In-
dian used to get is 50 to 55 cents
this year. The old-time Indian
was barefooted, smoked locally
i grown tobacco in a pipe and was-
! n't fussy about his clothing.
The present day fellow, we
learned, wants a room for him-
self and family, wants this corn-
All along the line, he reported,
there were increases in cost of
living which forced labor costs
and then coffee costs up.
One thing is sure, a visit to a
coffee finca ls stimulating. For
city folks they ought to have es-
calators to reach those lofty fin-
cas. We visited one at about 6,000
feet which was unusually wep.-
kept. There is a rule of thumb
that the higher coffee grows
(above sea level i the better qual-
ity it is. On the other hand, some
say that the smaller the trees,
the better the berries.
Some fincas have trees as tall
as pines, others restrict theirs to
15 feat. There are heavy costs to
raising coffee as there must be
cleanings performed throughout
the year and expensive fertilizer
added.
With the Indians sort of hold-
ing out for higher wages, the lo-
cal folks are picking much of the
coffee this year. There seems to
be no age limit so whole families
eet out In the rows of coffee trees.
Men folks use the ladders to get
to the top of the trees, the kid-
dies get the low branches and
Everyone big enoagh to hold a basket picks co ffee la this family In the highlands of Panama.
The ladder is to get to the top of the coffee trees. Notice that everyone has plenty of cloth-
es for it's cold at 6,M feet altitude, even in tropical Panama.
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mother takes the middle portion.
As basket.; are filled (two make
a lata) they are dumped Into 100-
pound sacks which are carried by
hand to the factory known as a
"beneficio."
Here the berries are washed
and the skins removed, leaving
the two beans which are dried in
the sun before the final process.
Yep, Panam coffee prices are
going up... following the wages.
Like sand on the seashore is this crop of coffee beans drying
in the sun. In background is labor camp for coffee pickers.
Rugged Raymond!
Tli h the saga of Rugged
A to-n -n tattered ill-clad lay-
A P. A. Classified he did spy,
his rags for riches
Typical Indian boy picking coffee berries.
An independent producer in the Volcan stir ..,> .. u. ing
eoffoe which he said was destiaod for the Commissary.
Boquete coffee berries and "Boquete coffee nicker.
I*AUK SIX
Swkiiy kmntm Supplement
SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1961


he Pacific Saddle Club Helps Out
m
When the National Federation
of Federal Employes had a big
picnic and fish fry at Chiva Chi-
va trail, they were at a loss to
entertain the hundreds of chil-
dren expected to attend.
it was all settled bv Inviting
the Pacific Side Saddle Club to
attend and put on a horse show.
The Pacific Saddle Club made
a gala event of the day.
Assembling at their Clubhouse
on the road behind Red Tank, the
riders, all of them young people,
were instructed, by Col. Ragnor
E. Johnson, Grand Marshal of
the Parade. He appointed Doug-
las Schmidt as his adjutant. The
route of the procession was out-
lined.
The parade went to the Gail-
lard Highway, then up to Pedro
Miguel and through the town,
circling the Prado. Back on the
main highway to Chiva Chiva
Along Gaillard Highway parade the Pacific Saddle Club
members, before going to the picnic.
Up and down, around the course. Saddle Club members lead
their horses with youngsters in the saddle.
trail and thence to the penla
grounds. Many people turned ou<
to watch the smart young riders
and their well-gromed horses.
Some horsemen carried flags,
which made it more festive. All
bad pennants with the club's col-
ors, green and yellow. Four rider. .
from Summit Radio Station Join-
ed the parade at Pedro Miguel.
At Chiva Chiva while the NFFB
children lined up for rides, the:
Raddle club members under the;
supervision of chairman E. B.
Curling assisted by Mrs. Carl N.'
Nix, dutifully led their horse
round and round the course with'
gleeful children astride. R. Dean,
Colston and R. Frana of the.
NFFE also aided.
There were plenty of children
there and there were rides fur-'
nlshed until each child had at
\ least one turn on the horses. B?|
that time both the mounts and;
their owners were hot from thV
beating sun.
But the program had iust be-
. gun. Next was the real horse*
* show which delighted all th*
spectators.
The young people who so gen-
erously loaned their horses and
their services for the afternoon
were Sue Johnson. Virginia Tur-
tlan, Linda Malone. sheila Cur-
ling. Jeanlne Nix. Jimmy Jones.
Virginia McLaren, Barbara^
Muudt. Adele Melssner, Douglas
Schmidt. Bette Hummer and Bil-
ly Scandrett.
The yountsters of the Saddle
Club are glad to entertain at pic-
nics and the like and are avail-
able free of charge. All they ask
is their luncheon and plenty of
cold, soft drinks for refreshment.
If you want to plan a party
with them as a star attraction,
call E. B Curling at Pedro Mi-
guel He's In the phone book.
Sheila Curling stands by her mare while Gary levin ride
and Judy Gray helps lead.
Nearly 400 pounds of fish and 1300 hot-dogs were served by the group above who managed
4he ChlVa Chiva picnic of the National Federa tion of Federal Employes. Beer? Yes, they dis-
posed of some of that, too.
For the Best in Fotos & Features
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Taking a breather fresa their strenuous riding ate Sue Job
(reft) and Virginia McLa
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PAGE ELEVEN


Tallar los puntales que inmortalicen nuestro nombre
Tallar en la arcilla suave de la conciencia infantil loa puntales que inmor-
talicen nuestro nombre, forjar en sus espritus directrices de la vida ideal
que soamos, sentir la inmensa alegra de verlos crecer lsanos y felices,
admirar en sus ojos ena la de satisfaccin infinita que compensa nuestros
mimos, son las facetas emocionales del padre de familia que, muchas ve-
ces, el final de la jornada sorprende recostado a una esquina, doblegado
bajo el peso de los aos, mientras los hijos, arrebatados por la vorgine de
la vida, pasan indiferentes, creyndose dueos del mundo.
(Texto de Cajmr E$cti* Foto de Domy)
Suplemento
PANAMA, B. r. DOMINGO. JUNIO 17, 1M1
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El Cultivo Del Arroz En-Panam
El autor ha ejecutado los i-Ira y Bluebonett. resistentes a
euientes trabajo. Parcelacin de las enfermedades, abundancia
/inevo Arraijn. Barrign, Co-en produccin y mejor acepta-
ra y otro*. Tree aos como:clon por las amas de casa.
Miembro del Cuerpo de Ingenie- Importancia de la buena semilla
ros del Ejrcito de loe Estados La semilla es segn nuesiru
Unidos, en la Zona del Canal,!concepto, el principal factor, pa
en Kobee y Albrook Field; un ra obtener una buena cosecha
uo como Ingeniero de Campo,Esta debe ser tratada especial
'en los trabajos de VUlanueva y'mente para este (in. limpindo-
Tejetra en la Zona del Canal; se de toda maleza, u otras cla-
cuatro aos a carao del proyecto ses de semillas, uniformando el
de la Planta de Cemento Pana-' grano y extrayendo todos loa
mu. bajo cuya direccin se llev,granos vanos y fogueados que
a cabo la obra, desde sus estu- se encuentren, adems de coni-
dios otolgicos, hasta su ter- I probar una buena germinacin
mivacin. fly Que los granos estn comple-
Ha hecho estudios prcticos lamente enteros sin rajaduras
Por Encarnacin Picota V
*m los campos arroceros de los
Estados Unidos en Arkansas
iSttutgart), Houston, y Beau-
mont, (campo experimental, de
la Universidad de Louisiana).
Crcnolev, centro princival de pro- ^
dnccin de arroz y ao y medio st0 causa grandes dlflcu'.-
c' ir-mte de la Seccin Tcnica udes a lft operecion de iu
del ronco Aero-Pecuario e /"cosechadoras, y es muy posible
dustrtal.
por el efecto del sol.
Siem
La siembra debe hacerse ae
tal modo que el tiempo para su
cosecha*no sea de mucha lluvia.
posible adelantar las causas, pe-
ro estamos observando, a fin de
sacar conclusiones tiles a la
pues, un grano cosechado a me- situacin. Por lo pronto pode-
nos de 21% de humedad (con moa decir que, en cuanto a la
mquina cosechadora, debido a cosecha de Diciembre y Enero
los efectos del sol mas los gol- <* refiere hemos tenido reportes
pes de la maquina, causan al de que el arroa que se cosech en
grano una serie de rajaduras, iaa regiones de Antn, result
que al pasarlo por el molino lo tener de IS a 14% de humedad
quiebra casi en un 75%; por eso ai cosecharse, motivo por el
es muy importante observar el cuai no fu necesario secarlo ar-
grado de humedad a fin de efec- tificialmente.
tuar la cosecha entre 21 % a 23 cada variedad presenta su pro-
% de -humedad, y secarlo artl- blema, para el secamiento y s-
ficialmente dentro de las 24 ho- i0 experimentado cuidadosa-
ras siguientes. Si no se tiene es- mente se podran tener conclu-
a facilidad es preferible enton- slone8 y reglas contundentes,
ees cosecharlo a mano, pues para ei mejor desarrollo de la
cuando esto no es posible el industria arrocera; por eso den-
arroz se daa en su totalidad, tro de las posibilidades de este
oebido que al ser el grano a- Banco, nos proponemos hacer.
.rrancado de la mata, queda He- todas las observaciones y expe-
no de agua y sin la capllaridad rlmentos posibIes, a fin de tra-
de la espiga se calienta y se eo-;tar de encauzar a ayudar en lo
cia adquiriendo un color negro |me]or p0gible a nuestra tnsel-
'como decimos aqu "veragua-,plente industria,
do", que al pilarse queda con-'r
EL EDITOR.
./ aesPeralc, "egue a un neg mg e8encUleg para obtener vertido en harina y los pocos Almacenamiento
* ,...____J....K. ..____1 J____toronno ma ..n,,,, .nr. Am r,
Cw<*r'aciones Generales
hablado en Panam
ia del almacenamien-
b, y a travs de con-
Crio una de las atribuciones, sur eos pues aseguran una me- teeV q^cada hectTrea^roduz-! cofa tienen acHldad~a*me*- I versaciones con personas enten-
Al Brneo fsro-pcuarlo e In- or colocacin de la semHla pe- Ca *xi de\Ztl%^s_ cir humedad asi coompus Jaldas en la materte heme* no-
dusMial es la del encauzamlen- io.debe tenerse presentala pre Hasta donde tenemos car artificialmente en las Pro- tado la tendenciaa. la constru-
.to v mejoramiento tanto de la fundldad pues aseguran una; investigado'vinclas de Chiriqu, Verbas y'cin 8e silos. Sobre este partl-
lndustrla como la ganadera y mejor colocacin de la semilla. '^ t" y"^"3 '",. icniro' Panam, "lar. pude observar, que el uso
1- n-rlcultura, siendo como es, pero debe tenerse presente la n "s moductoreS de Sin embargo es nuestra opi- riel silo lo determina la forma
] nl'fM "el arroz, la industrla profundidad, pues si se ahonda ^r^c'anasmap^c^sr! *rrcola de mejores perspecti- demasiado, esto causa graves ^oz en nam;asar y Mcl ^ en este aspecto, de jo del mismo. As pues, tenemos
vn*. por el momento, no vacila- d Hcultadeu al tote y mina- ras W> nTslmUerala' secamiento y humedad, pues oue en los Estados Unidos, el uso
mes en recomendara *Js *n" iSft" y,f^?J^ hemos notado que an cuando del silo es tan corriente para al-
verMonistas del pas, brindan-, dldade la jjembra^ Siempre ^'^ ^e'V obtiene en otras nuestro medio es similar ftl de'macenar. pero esto se. debe a
aol-s todos ,os datos asi co^,preterlble sembrarlo % llano, es ^es Tuyas condicione! cltoa- los Estados del Sur, por lo me- oue la cosecha se efecta en la
y- cansaos y consultas que nos decir ae i a.4 tolgicas y fsicas son similares os en el tiempo del cultlvo-del forma conocida como a granel
el -itleml de zureos nuede s'a las nuestras y estose debe sen- arroz, creemos que la intensidad es riecir el arroz es sacado de la
cubierta suftelentemente m Icutamente a que no se ha usa- del calor tropical mas los vien- cultivadora en */ano yltevado a
ointal v medio de mila bien do el sistema de riego. Cierto es tos son factores de mucha ayu- i* secadora en la misma forma,
~ I seleccionada mientras oue Dor'."e en Panam en ciertas regla- "a al secamiento pero como he- pues, esto es factible por la a-
" fXfLeSlnito Ts'nes las lluvias son abundantes rnos dicho, esto es ms que mera: ciudad fl ".tan caml-
neceaaX casi TdobTe dresU^y posiblemente podran asegu- observacin y no se ha experl- nos adems de que el secamien-
'ra/Tna buena produccin, perd mentado, y se necesita del es-'to de grano est organizado pa-
la lluvia noes regular; as pues, tudio de este aspecto en el cul- ra conducirse en esta orma^
_m__~ Mm *ii A^mo vn nnoofrrt medio, las cosc-
fe.^n solicitados, sin pretender.
r" H resouesta final a los pro-
tl'""i nue encierra la materia,
"'psideramo'? oportuno, ma
rt'^-tar nue si llegara a produ
c.irf* arrm en exceso al consumo
loe', no habra el menor incon-
vpl>nte para encontrar merca-
do exierior. pues los mejores de
cantidad para obtener una bue-
na produccin y evitar la pro-
/mrtca estn en nuestras puer- pagacin de las malas yerbas,
tr-"*r)tiba Venezuela
f-be irdicar. a qu, que este
cm" lvo est llevndose a cabo en
Panam por elemento de lo ms
representativo del pais. tales co-
co los Sres. Villegas, Arlas Gur-
ela, Guardia, Heurtematte, Du-
oue, Paredes, Motta y muchos
etc.
como una siembra de'arroz" ne- "vo del arroa. i En nuestro
ceslta de 26" a 40" de lluvia du- El secamiento del arroz es un j chas son erect^a8^*,,88^0^/*
Fertilizantes
.,...,. .,,, canas a ranaina se rrKisiran ai-,"->- i~~ ,"^--i~ ^w|...~.. .------------ -__
La aplicacin de los fertlll-,rttfMjior ae j20" al ao creemos completo de l, nos proponemos tema que l> usa de cultivo a
santes es algo que conviene usar Que es,a nUTia no je n'rooor-io- hacerlo oportunamente. nano, aue demanda el ensaque.
segn cada circunstancia, y no|n_ ,, #--.-, ndecuado a las .... Por esta razn, nosotros cree-
hay ningn mtodo de aplica- |pianCiones v lo urueba el he-' Loe tcnicos que han llegado mog que con motivo del alto cps-
cln general. El arroz como to- ^nSf c as i nin^fn nrod- nuestro medl' fRn nuetra|to de <5ons\ruccln de tos silos.
arrosX oSdo cVn- maner* **r- *> n comen-:y ,a forma de manejo del gra-
lalaMitoras^ Hasta la fe- dado- ^ *n**" haber n*cho M no. en nuestro medio, el alma-
oras. Hasta ia ie tudlos de .i~.ut_ I ...._
btenido de llu-
otros, demostrando asi que es dos ios cereales necesite nutri- V'~ c ^l hinIdT^nT- manera de ver, k) han recomen-jy la forma de manejo del gra-
una industria para todos, y que tiVOs que hay que aplicarlos so- |^,7 hieaZS hX la fe-|dado' sm ant*8 haber htcUo es_'no. en nuestro medio, el alma-
s> este elemento se dedica a l, Dre todo en las tierras planas ic'^a n ^ ha obt"^. <* iitT tudlos de nuestras clrcunstan- jeenamlento usado hoy da pare-
e; poique rinde positivos benefl- que son generalmente pobres enl^," "" ''%"",,, nVnwTniaii cla*' lo aae no8 hac* P*ns"r!ce ser el ms prctico, o sea el
la economa del pals en general, embargo los experimentos lleva- iSSJ ^m! ao ero an
M, -,ne8ita hSSSP dos f cabf: "W&* *"- ^^teTlluTas^ron^
Pioduccin para exportar, no mento notable en el fruto. Fer- "T?. VTm'.h-ai'V'in lw all- J*1 acab* pasar, no obstante
kia~ I... Hk-mm ~-vaII de poseer el Banco tres secado-
en los lugares ms estrat
de Deosltos bien ventilados con
rio completamente comercial, y plataformas de madera de 0 pul-
gadas del suelo y con facilidad
temporal-
para ser fumigado
mente.
No queremos decir con esto
po de estar en condiciones de puede drseles otros osos al
operar las Secadoras, no nos es terminarse las existencias.
slo arroa, tambin hay otras,'.trizantes de nitrgeno pueden iTLJL", rie Panam l irreau- de P
como la caa. maiz. etc. Nes- aumentar la vigorosidad de la ^dd en o^caen v el oerodo ras el
tra situacin actual nos lo acn- planta cuando se encuentra en- "" 5.wnl-, \ V iTn> Icos, no se ha secado para el que este sUtema sea ms per-
seja, basta echar una mirada ferma. El sulfato de amonio apll- "' iin^dr twr,, nue la ; PUD,teo nl eten "'nteles defecto oue el de silo, poro co-
sotre los datos estadsticos, pa- cado al sembrarse el arre* ha ^i"^.!? recibiera^mnimo de arroI- mercialmente y prcticamente
ra quesea causa de asombro, ve- dado aumentos apreclables; ge-.P'?,n" ",1*i-rinuieri asi nes Cmo tenemos Un poco tlem-!es lo ms econmico, ya que
nflcar el rio de dinero que ni- neralmente el nitrgeno se en- Jfflw!qel Hf Ka
gra, por artculos de primera 'cuentra en las materias orgnl- 'XSral^uaca norma'-
necesldad que nosotros podemos cas; as pUes puede enriquecer- ^^ "Sdes^on^SeSsaUv^as
producir en candades aprecia- M el suelo voltendolo y revol- me", t5*ha M compensativas
fcl-s. vindolo con las pajas de arroz a 8U W*J-
.1 propsito de este boletn M y los rastrojos; agregndole s t^ irrigacin es algo que ne-
el de suministrar una serie de es posible, estircol fresco, ya ceslta de estudio topogrfico pa-
aatos que se consideran indis-que estos materiales producen ra su realizacin, pero en este
pensables para el mejor xito en nitrgeno y amonia en cantida- f.specto estamos seguros, el Go-
en el cultivo del arroa. adquir- des suficientes para los requer- bierno est cooperando y pres-
os de la experiencia de nes- menlos del arroz. Sin embargo, tando sei vicios en toda la Re-
tros agricultores y de estudios se )ia comprobado bajo ciertas pblica,
hechos en los Estados Unidosdel' circunstancias, que con los fer-
8ur de los E. E U. U. por noso- tlllzantes que contienen fsforo. Cosecha
tro-. disminuye la produccin de i __ .... __, ... ^
. arroz es un cereal tropl- arroz ms, si aumenta la male-| Como dijimos antes, debe te-
cal, cuya descripcin clentilica ra: asi. pues, es conveniente frse muy en cuenta el ttempo
pasaremos por alto, por consl- estudiar las condiciones de los'de la cosecha, la lecha de slem-
cerarlo innecesario. El grano SUelos antes de usar los fertlll- bra debe de. fJL'W
eor.o mide de 6 a 6.5 mil., y el zadores. que cuando el arroz este en su
frano l:irro 7-3 milmetros; pe-j Se han estudiado los ee:tos : madurez no hav tanta lluvia,
a un pie cbico de arroz de So1 de la aplicacin de los ertllisa- Como hay 2 jjbras a 37 1-2. 'dores en diferentes pocas des- saber el de corta duracin y el
"arroa crece muy bien en'pus de sembrado el wroa y se de larga duracin entre los prl-
tlHMt( medio, ya que es esen- han observado resultados dls-| rneros se encuentran e, Zenith
rialmente.tropical, y podran re- tintos en diferentes reglones- ,y el Nlra y entre > eun<,"
sumirse las mejores condiciones'por esto nosotros creemos que el el Rexoro y el Blue Bonet ^ ks
Mi a su siembra asi. Departamento de Agricultura nuestra opmln que la mejor
V o.-Temperatura media de, debe divulgar el resultado de sus poca Parala siembra^e Jos pri-
COo f.. durante el periodo de ere-experimentos en Panam y si meros es ed Abril a Mayo pues
timlento. no se ha hecho nada al respecto, su cosecha vendra a ser en
"'-Suficiente aaua fresca yacera conveniente desde todo;Agosto que es .""^f^ ^
ei lluvia o irrigada: : punto de viste una inmediata en las lluvias y los wgnndos. de-
:o.-lerrenos parejos poco Sccln en nuestros diferentes ben, de sembrarse entre u.^y
permeables con un buen' dre- medlos, ya que actualmente Poroto si las condiciones lo per
rale. las razones antes apuntadas no mlten, a fin de que su cosecna
. or supuesto que crece ei. con-.es posible indicar con seguri- ?,eclue por ctembr^ cuan-
dlciones diferentes a la expues-dad qu fertlllzador usar. Noso- .do las lluvias ya han aminra-
la, pero estimo sta como Ideal, tros nos limitaremos por el mo- do considerablemente.
;; pro; la para cultivos comer- ment a aconsejar en lo que
cales o en gran escala, que es arroz se' refiere, que sencilla-
*ln oue p>rsegulmos. adems de,mente se enriquezcan los suelos
jas consabidas ventejas para el con el revolvimiento de las ma-
nso de las mquinas que son In-
cisuensables.
Existen muchsimas varieda-
des de arroz las cuales traen _
consigo sus caractersticas, pero siembra normal de arroz,
las que sobresalen por sus me-
jores cualidades son: el Zenith,
que es grano corto; Rexoro, Ni- Esta
terlas orgnicas existentes, ya
que su descomposicin asegura
el elemento que hasta ahora se
estima suficiente para una
La Irrigacin
una de las condlclo-
Uemos notado a travs de
nuestra experiencia y conversa-
cin con los productores de
arroz, que hasta ahora no se ha
tomado en cuenta el grado de
humedad del grano para efectuar
su cosecha, esto es algo de su-
CHOCAN MANOS.Este comediante de cuatro patas, Uasaa-
o Tilly, le da la mane, es decir, la pata, a Joyce Holden, duraste
la celebracin de la "semana do los animales", auspiciada por la
ma Importancia para la pilada. Sociedad Protectora de Animales.
iV'^NA DOS
Splenk> PANAMA AMERICA Dommc.1
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1961
.


Novelas de Misferio que escribi la realidad
CANCHA
NUEVA YORK, Junio 5(EPSIEn la Urde del 12 de sep-
tiembre de 1933. seis jugadores de golf caminaban 1*****-
te hacia el extremo occidental de la cancha del Club Sylvanla. a
unos kMmeTros d la ciudad de Toledo Ohla Cuando negaron
al punto ms solitario del campo uno de ellos Andrew Dangler,
se adelant para hacer su jugada. Cuando estaba a unos cien
mptm dp distancia del grupo se volvi a mirar a sus amigos y
?t 35o Safio?todo!tenan las manos en alto, como si estuvle-
raD DanSer crey en el primer momento broma recordando de pronto que haca cerca de un ano varios
mTembros del club hab&n sido asaltados all Pr ^ronea y desde
entonces se hacan chistes acerca del hecho, cada vez que se ue-
Mba a ese ounto de la cancha. Pero cuando se aproxim al gru-
P^ vio que Se a sus compaeros estaba.un hombre^ con e
rostro cubierto por un pauelo azul y un revolver en la mano, el
cual le grit: _wi_i
"Alce las mano usted tambin!
En ve" de obedcer. Dangler y pequeas, que parecan las de
CU C* ^ ** -
sall huyendo, tirndose al sue-
lo al or un disparo. Otro de los
jugadores huy a su vez. El la-
drn hizo colocarse en fila a los
otros cuatro, procediendo a des-
pojarles de sus objetos de valor
El ltimo en la lila era John
L. Parker, un conocido hombre
de negocios de Toledo. Cuando
el salteador se le acerco, Parker
hizo un movimiento de Ira. Cier-
tamente no era cobarde ni te-
ma a las armas de fuego. Ha-
ba peleado en Francia durante
la primera guerra mundial. *
cuando el bandido trato de qui-
tarle u dinero, su reloj y su
cigarrera de oro. se lanzo contra
l cayendo los dos al suelo. El
asaltante se puso en pie ins-
tantneamente. Otro de los ju-
gadores Intent ayudar a Par-
ker Pero el bandido disparo so-
bre ambo. Una de las balas pe-
netr por un ojo de John.
El ladrn huy entonces y los
adores de golf pudieron ver-
montar a n automvil de
tipo convertible en que alguien
le esperaba. Parker fue trasla-
dado a un hospital de Toledo,
precedindose, a operarle inme-
diatamente. Pero muri en el
transcurso de la operacin. La
bala que le caus la muerte ha-
bla sido disparada por un revol-
ver calibre .32.
o O o
El bandido'fue descrito por los
compaeros de Parker como un
hombre Joven, quiz de apenas
veinte aos de edad, corpulento
- y con un pelo de color negro
intenso.. .
Tal vs, pensaron las autori-
dades de polica, se trataba de
un individuo que haba servido
como "caddie" en el club de golf
y estaba, por lo tanto, familia-
rizado con la cancha y los te-
rrenos circundantes. Y alguien
inform haber visto la vspera
del crimen a dos jvenes que
parecan inspeccionar la cancha.
Cuando un guardia del club les
requiri por haberse introducido
sin autorizacin en ella, uno de
lns muchachos sac de su bolsi-
llo un revlver, amenazndole
con l.
Michael Myers, un Joven que
operaba una estacin de ga-
solina cerca del club, declaro
que haba visto el automvil en
que el asesino huy, y oue el
vehculo le pareca familiar. Y
haciendo memoria, agreg que
estaba casi seguro de que dicho
carro habia pertenecido a John
Elden, un hombre oue viva a
poca distancia del club de golf
Sylvanla. |
Interrogado por la polica, El-
den explic que haba vendido
su automvil a una firma ne-,
gociante en carros de segunda
mano hacia tres meses. Y dicha
firma a su vea lo vendi a un
muchacho de Toledo llamado
Floyd Baldwin, de oficio pintor
y boxeador aficionado.
El alguacil David Krieger, en-
cargado de esta investigacin,
logr saber la direccin de Bald-
win en Toledo y fue a buscarle.
La casa estaba desocupada; pe-
ro frente a ella estaba parado
un automvil cuyo asoeeto coin-
cida con el que Myers haba
descrito.
Uno de. los focos del carro es-
taba destrozado v en los estri-
bos se vean pedazos de lodo y
csped, como si hubiera recorri-
do un campo o bosque reciente-
mente. Y cuando se estableci
que las huellas de sus goma
eran Idnticas a las halladas en
un camino vecinal cercano a la
cancha de golf, no oued duda
de que ste era el vehculo usa-
do por el asesino.de Parker.
Inspeccionando el automvil.
Krieger descubri en el radiador
"una mujer. Otro detalle que e
pareci Interesante fue un nu-
mero escrito al parecer con un
alfiler sobre el vidrio delantero
del carro. Revisando la gula te-
lefnica de Toledo, se vlque
este nmero era el.del telfono
de una casa situada en una ca-
lle residencial de dicha ciudad.
Un reprter del diarlo "Tole-
do Blade" llam a dicho nmero
temprano de la maana del 14.
Le contest una voz de mujer,
enojada y soolienta, que pre-
gunt:
"Cmo se le ocurre despertar-
me a una hora tan temprana?
Qu quiere?"
"Seora, deseaba preguntar-
"Mire", contest la mujer co-
mo si se le hubiera hecho la
pregunta completa ."yo no tengo
la costumbre de asociarme con
bandidos y no quiero saber na-
da de ellos. Estoy cansada de
ellos y de que me despierten a
una hora tan temprana!"
Y cort la comunicacin,
o O o
Mientras tanto, la polica vi-
gilaba estrechamente la casa de
Baldwin. Y al anochecer vl en-
trar en ella a una mujer. Esta
result ser la seora Arabela
Baldwin, esposa de Floyd. Los
agentes registraron la casa, en-
contrando un pauelo azul si-
milar al que haba asado el a-
saltante de Parker. La seora
Baldwin afirm que ella lo usaba
cuando sala en automvil. Y a)
saber que se sospechaba de su
esposo en relacin con el crimen
de 8ylvanla. afirm vigorosa-
mente que Floyd era Inocente.
La noche del 12 de septiembre,
dijo, su marido habia estado
leyendo tranquilamente en su
casa, sin demostrar la menor ner-
viosidad. Y la maana siguiente
sali temprano, diciendo que iba
en busca de trabajo.
Los agentes encontraron .en la
habitacin de Floyd el retrato
de una desconocida, y la seora
Baldwin, al verlo, manifesto
gran enojo, y dijo entonces que
esa era la amante de su marido,
por la cual ella habla estado se-
pprada un tlemoo de ste.
La seora Baldwin revel
tambin que su marido tena un
intimo amigo, llamado Harrv A.
Patterson, que era su compaero
habitual. La polica investig las
actividades de Patterson duran-
te, los ltimos das y supo que
ste no se haba presentado el
12 de septiembre a la imprenta
donde trabajaba.
(1) Floyd Baldwin. (2) Harry
T. Patterson, (3) John L. Par-
ker, figuras principales ae la
tragedla del campo de goll Syl-
van ia.
El dueo del establecimiento,
al ver la fotografa de Baldwin,
le Identific como el mismo In-
dividuo que el 11 fue en busca
de Patterson, tras de lo cual ste
Inform que el da siguiente no
podra trabajar..
Todo esto permita suponer
qu'e si Baldwin fue quien atac
a Parker, Patterson era su cm-
plice, esperndole en el auto-
mvil para facilitar su huida.
In ct,''vbHldad del primero que-
d definitivamente establecida
cuando se comprob oue unas
huellas de pies masculinos des-
cubiertas en el sitio donde es-
tuvo parado el automvil del
asesino correspondan a las su-
yas.
En las primeras horas de la
madrugada del Id Patterson fue
arrestado en una cantina de los
barrios obreros de Toledo. Pare-
ca enfermo, pero al ser Interro-
gado declar que lo que sufra
era un verdadero agotamiento
causado por la lucha que soste-
na con su conciencia desde el
da 12. A continuacin hizo este
relato:
"Ese da. oco despus de al-
muerzo. Baldwin lleg a mi ca-
huellas digitales, pero Un finas sa, y yo cre que vena a cobrar-
me una suma de dinero que le
deba. Pero l me dijo que no era
ese el propsito de su visita y
me Invit a que tomramos un
vaso de cerveza juntos. Fuimos
a una cantina y despus mon-
tamos en su automvil, dirigin-
donos a las afueras de'la ciudad
Cuando estuvimos en un sitio
solitario Baldwin detuvo el ca-
rro y me explic que tenia que
'hacer algo urgente en el club
de golf Sylvanla, pidindome
que le acompaara. Prosegui-
mos el viaje y llegamos a un
punto en que el camino limitaba
con el campo de golf. All se,
baj Baldwin del automvil y
me pregunt si por casualidad
yo tenia un pauelo de color
oscuro. Yo le di uno azul, y al
recibirlo sac un revlver del
bolsillo. Comprend entonces que
se propona realizar algo Inde-
bido y le pregunt:
"Qu vas a hacer, Floyd? Qu
buscas?"
"Dinero", respondi l. "Nece-
sito dinero, y voy a conseguirlo
ahora mismo. Aqu hay varios
ricos Jugando golf y voy a pe-
dirles unos cuantos pesos".
"No hagas eso, Floyd, le ped.
Son muchos y. ademas, los mu-
chachos que les sirven te descu-
brirn. Vamonos!"
"Pero Baldwin no hizo caso y
se meti en la cancha de golf.
Poco despus oi unos dlsp.aros
y vi a Floyd volver hacia el ca-
rro a la carrera. Y nos alejamos
de aqu a toda velocidad. Yo es-
taba sumamente nervioso y no
me atrev a preguntarle lo- que
habia ocurrido, aunque lo su-
pona. Cuando llegamos a un
1 punto en que se cruzaban varios
caminos, l detuvo el automvil.
Yo encontr fuerzas para pre-
guntarle: 'Mataste a alguien,
Floyd?' Y l contest: 'No, dU-
par al aire, slo para asustar-
Baldwin se baj del vehculo,
pidindome que le avisara a su
esposa que 'estaba en dificulta-
des' y desaparelo por uno de los
caminos. No le volv a ver. Por
supuesto, que si yo hubiera sa-
bido que l acababa de asesinar
a un hombre, no le habra de-
1 jado escapar".
Confrontada con la declara-
cin de Patterson, la seora
Baldwin admiti ahora haber
mentido al decir que su marido
habia pasado la noche del 12
en su casa. En realidad, mani-
fest, no le haba visto ms
desde que sall de ella ese da
por la maana.
Mientras la polica trataba
de localizar a Baldwin, se des-
cubri una nota pattica en el
caso, al saberse que Parker, que
era viudo, se habia vuelto a ca-
sar apenas tres semanas antes
de su muerte. El matrimonio se
haba mantenido en secreto por
razones familiares.
o O o
Casi un mes transcurri an-
tes de que la polica' comenzara
a recibir informes importantes
relacionados con la persecucin
de Baldwin. El 9 de octubre Krie-
ger recibi una llamada anni-
ma indicando que Floyd estaba
en esos momentos en su casa.
La polica corri a ella, pero el
edificio estaba desocupado. A
la 1 de la maana del da si-
guiente otra persona llam al
alguacil para Informar que Bald-
win acaba de salir de una can-
tina de la avenida Nebraska y
que probablemente estaba en la
tercera casa al norte de la can-
tina.
Krieger se dirigi a ella con
varios policas. La casa tena
detrs un amplio patio. Cuando
llegaron a l vieron a un hom-
bre que trataba de esconderse v
el cual, al darle el alguacil la
orden de detenerse, sac dos pis-
tolas y comenz a disparar.
Tomados por sorpresa, los a-
gentes perdieron unos Instantes
mientras contestaban el fuego y
Baldwin desapareci detrs de
un edificio cercano. Los policas
le hicieron varios disparos y le
vieron caer. Pero Baldwin se le-
vant pronto y logr huir. t
Una horas despus alguien te-
lefone a la polica diciendo que
habia visto pasar un automvil
en donde iban un mujer y dos
hombres, uno de los cuales pare-
ca ser Baldwin. 8e dirigan a-
parentemente hacia una granja
propiedad de William Ashenfel-
ter, que era pariente de Floyd.
Los agentes visitaron la gran-
ja, pero no encontraron a Bald-
win all. Pero Observando hue-
llas recientes en un sendero los
siguieron y con gran sorpresa
encontraron a Baldwin dormi-
do en el suelo, entre la maleza^
Al despertar sobresaltado pidi
excusas por haberse entregado
sin haber tenido oportunidad de
usar contra los polica una pis-
tola de calibre 45 que tenia al
lado.
oO o
Una vez en la crcel, Baldwin
confirm el relato de Patterson,
sosteniendo, empero, que no ha-
bla tenido el propsito de matar
a nadie, sino simplemente de
obtener fcilmente algn dine-
ro. Y agreg que su amigo Pat-
terson no tuto la menor parti-
cipacin en el ataque, ni deba
ser considerado como cmplice
suyo. r
A pesar de esta manifestacin,
Patterson fue acusado junto con
Baldwin por el asesinato de Par-
ker. El Jurado les declar culpa-
bles: Baldwin fue sentenciado a
muerte y su amigo a prisin
perpetua. Pero por recomenda-
cin del mismo jurado la pena del
primero fue cambiada a la de
prisin perpetua tambin.
El caso tuvo un final Inespe-
rado respecto de Petterson, al
descubrirse pocos das despus
que se habla vuelto loco, por lo
cual tuvo que ser Internado en
el manicomio de Toledo.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1951
Suplemento PANAMA AMERICA Domoiui
iALUNA TRES



Por Mmt. GUON y M. AUGER
VARIEDAD DE MATERIALES
(Model* A?
Las magnificas telas de las ex-
hibiciones de modas de esta
temporada dan tremendo realce
los nuevos modelos. SI bien
stos no son radicales en sus
PAGINA CUATRO
cambios, su individualidad es
transformada por la calidad y
variedad de las telas.
Las lineas del talle son toda-
va naturales; la falda sigue es-
tando a unos 35 centmetros del
suelo, y en general son plisadas
o dobladas en el frente. Ten-
gan o no mucho material, son
amplias en las caderas, una am-
plitud que se repite en la cha-
queta, y que a menudo es asim-
trica.
. Aunan: los botones son to-
dava importantes, algunos mo-
delos son presentados sin ellos,
usndose para sostenerlos ni-
camente una faja.
Un conocido modisto est uti-
lizando para los bordados de los
trajes cordoncillos de pelo de ca-
ballo: otro usa malla pequea
para los cuellos, con lo cual las
solapas de sus modelos parecen
tapices.
Muchos de los nuevos dise-
os tienen chalecos de tipo mas-
culino hechos de la misma tela
que el resto del traje o bien en
otra que contrasta con ella. He-
mos visto estos chalecos en co-
lores rojo o azul intensos.
MANGUITOS DE VERANO
(Modelo B)
El gracioso manguito no es ya
una especialidad para el invier-
no. Los modistos estn ofre-
ciendo manguitos para el vera-
no, bastante grandes, todos cu-
biertos con flores, especialmente
violetas. Algunos son de tafe-
tn: para usar de noche se pre-
fieren los de brocado, adornados
con piedras de fantasia.
CUELLOS PARA NlftAS
(Modelo C)
Estn haciendo su aparicin
los cuellos almidonados para ni-
as. Su nico detalle sobresa-
liente son sus elegantes borda-
dos.
MANGOS DE SOMBRILLA
(Modelo D)
Las sombrillas de veranode
lino, algodn (oto* estampada
presentan mangos extremada-
mente novedosos. Algunos son
de azabache, oro o plata como
en los das de nuestras abuelas;
otros, de materiales menos os-
tentosos, se pueden utilizar exi-
mo lapiceros o para llevar per-
fumes.
SOMBREROS DE FLORES
(Modelo E)
Los manguitos de verano y los
sombreros se estn diseando en
forma que hagan juego, y se
presentan cubiertos de flores.
GUANTES RIBETEADOS
(Modelo F)
Los guantes de piqu estn
siendo adornados con ramille-
tes de flores o con frutas, lo cual
da una nota de frescura a los
trajes sencillos.
ANTEOJOS CON PESTAftAS
(Modele G)
La ltima novedad tpica-
mente parisiense en cuanto a
los anteojos oscuros para prote-
gerse del sol son unos que es-
tn adornados con pestaas de
material plstico.
SACOS DE MANO
(Modelo H)
Pelo de caballo y mimbre, son
los materiales que se estn u-
sando para fabricar sacos de
mano aue son tan livianos como
un pauelo.
BROCBES DE PIEDRAS
(Modelo I)
Para adornar los trajes de
maana se estn utilizando bro-
ches simples de piedras de fan-
tasia.
EL "PEOUEHO VESTTOO"
(Modelo J)
El "pequeo vestido" es hoy
tan chic como el traje de abri-
go. Es especialmente popular en
colores gris.' arena y pizarra.
Tiene lneas fciles, ligeramen-
te drapeado, especialmente en
el frente y tiene hombros cal-
dos, talle estrecho y caderas re-
dondeadas. La variedad es evi-
dente en las mangas, algunas de
las cuales son realmente Intrin-
cadas. Complemento obligado de
estos trajes son los botones de
fantasia y un cinturn de cuero.
Los botones son de materiales
diversos, inclusive pelo de ca-
ballo, cuerda, etc. Sin estos to-,
ques originales, tales vestidos
serian demasiado severos.
EL TRAJE PARA EL CASINO
(Modelo K)
Ideal para 1 noche en el cam-
po o las playas es el traje, fres-
co y Juvenil, de lino almidona-
do organd o algodn, que pre-
sentan distintos modistos. Estos
modelos simples y sin tirantes
son adornados con flores o fru-
tas. Las primeras son hechas a
menudo de la misma tela que el
vestido. Las faldas se adornan a
su vez con encaje o tejido de
punto.
ESCRIPCION D
MODELOS
DE LOS
A) Elegante traje de otomn
de seda negro con solapas del
mismo material, pero en color
blanco.
B) Traje diseado por Jean
Desss. de drep gris: el borde
inferior de la falda es de un to-
no gris ms intenso, lo mismo
que el manguito.
O Cuello para nia, de lino
azul plido almidonado adorna-
do de piedras de fantasa y con
un lazo de terciopelo rojo.
D) Mango de sombrilla t-
picamente parisiense, con un
par de anteojos cuadrados estilo
siglo XVIII formando un ador-
no en la parte superior.
E) Fino sombrero de violetas
de Parma, con un manguito que
le hace juego.
F) Guantes de cabritilla azul
pmriH? adornado con flores de
piqu.
. O) Anteojos para el sol. con
pestaas de material plstico.
Ideados por SchlapareUi.
H) Bolso de mano hecha de
una caja de cigarros, idea de
Bahnaln.
I) Broche de piedras de fan-
tasa en forma de flecha, para
usar en un traje sastre.
J) Traje de alpaca' gris, que
se usa con bufanda y guantes
de sur blanco con puntos'ro-
jos.
K) Traje de lino almidonas;
el escote est adornado con fru-
tltas rojas y verdes.
LO QUE HEMOS VISTO IN
PARIS ESTA SEMANA
Botones de gata montados en
oro o plata, adornando trajes
diseados por Dior. Corbatas li-
geramente anudadas bajo un
cuello recto y que descienden
casi hasta la cintura.
Botones de colores brillantes
en las chaquetas y abrigos os-
curos.
Suplwii PAJOMA AMBrjq tomm
DOMINGO, JUNIO 17, 1961


PAGINA DE LA MUJER
CLt Cliat
Las seoritas Deis Garda, Emito Arosemena, Olga Barrama, Jane Cox, Dorita Borrel, Mary
Watson, Daphne Guinard. TeresHa Mndes, Lona Jones Sears y Molly Francey, modelarn en
el Fashion Show el Domingo 17, de 5 1 P". en el Patio del Hotel El Panama. Este
espectculo es auspiciado por el Club de Leones a beneficio de la Crus Roja. Tiquetes: B/ 1.0.
Lw vestidos que modelaran estas seoritas son de Flix Maduro, Modas Marcela, Basar Fran-
cs, Rhoda, I. L. Maduro, Jeanette y Tito.
WOZ de aliento, amor sincero del hijo es el que hoy hacemos lle-
gar hasta los padres. A ellos est consagrado este dia para
tributarles un homenaje como Jefes de la familia, base v sostn
de toda sociedad civilizada. Las cabecltas morenas o rubias se
agitan jubilosas para llegar hasta su progenitor en busca del.be-
so clido, llevando en las manos e Ingenuo presente con que pre-
tenden sorprenderlo.
DIA de regocijo es ste en to-
dos los hogares, ricos o po-
bres: las pequeas diferencias se
olvidan para festejar al hom-
bre, muchas veces lncompren-
dldo, que ama a su mujer y tra-
baja para su prole. .
EL duro bregar por la conquis-
ta del pan de cada da le
impide entrenarse a las mani-
festaciones de cario y exterio-
rizar la ternura que siente por
los suyos.

NO hay hombre en quien no a-
liente el noble sentimiento
de la paternidad, chlsDa divina
que Dios puso en su alma para
la felicidad de la esoecie. Los
vicios, las pasiones, el ambiente,
ahogan sus mejores Impulsos v
menosprecian sus deberes: oero
no hay que desesoerar; tarde o
temprano se rehabilita el rmdre
descarriado: el amor lar-ro tiem-
po reprimido se desborda v co-
rre en busca del hijo olvidado
N
INGUN dia como hoy para
afipnzar los lazos de los pa-
dres v los hilos oue convivieron
en feliz armona. Ningn da co-
mo hoy para invitar a la medi-
tacin y al arrepentimiento a
aquellos que olvidaron los seres
a quienes dieron vida. Ningn
dia como hoy para que el'hilo
vaya en busca del padre olvida-
dizo y le entregue u afecto en
un estrecho abrazo. Quin co-
noce los abismos del alma hu-
, mana? Quin el espejismo de
i engaosos placeres que conduce
1 a la claudicacin?
BENDITOS sean los padres cu-
ya serena-templanza guia a
sus hijos por los senderos del
amor v del bien.
Pw- ms noticias sociales de inters femenino.
lea la pgina 7. Edicin regular
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de la Embajada de Costa Rica, seor Gerardo i'\ menea, para despedirla con motivo de su proxi-
mo viaje a los Estados Unidos. Aparecen, de ixquierda a derecha, la seora Lourdes A. de San-
che*, esposa de S. E. el Embalador de Nicaragua, la agasajada, la seora Joya de Molino, esposa
de S. E. el Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores, la seora Gloria C. de Endara y la seora Alicia
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PAGINA CINCO


-:- Conozcamos a nuestro
Tomado de "Pageant" Verti de Jcrge Ramrez

En la guerra o en la paz, vale la pena que
'examinemos a los comandantes militares del ms
.poderoso ejrcito del inundo 2,500,000 hombres
en 175 divisiones. La mayora de estos hombres tie-
nen gran habilidad y experiencia en la lucha de
una guerra en gran escala. La mayora de estos
comandantes son hijos de aldeanos y poseen el sen-
tido comn de stos. Se han ganado sus ascensos
;en el campo de batalla. Algunos "son brillantes co-
mandantes y estrategas; la mayora frisan en los
[50 y en el pinculo de sus poderes. Son hombres
fuertes, de .gran valor moral, quienes han triunfa-
Ido en las batallas a pesar de la pobre calidad de
bus ayudantes de Estado Mayor y de sus coman-
dantes en todos los rangos.
Estos mariscales y generales,! Seria el colmo de la tontera,
con muy \,ocas excepciones, co- sin emoargo, aesesUmar a cual-
liienza.vn eu cirre.a multar en [ quier contendor, mucho menos
'las iuer^&3 ..oicnt, .ques oe ialwusia. Los marmcaiea y genera-
;itevoiu.ori Hoja ci riusia. Co- les que es presentamos en ste
jnio i,;i .oi-uw.l.'.s instrumentos articulo estn trabajando da y
noche para corregir as deficien-
cias dei Ejrcito Hojo en la gue-
rra moderna, y en cualquier
(juerra luoira ese ejrcito ser
una maquinaria de lucha muy
Ler.ecciontda como lo u el
Ejrcito del Soviet en la segun-
ua gu.i'ra munuial.
MARISCAL ttaRbl
KONSTANTINOVICU
ZHIKOV
Zhukov surgi de los peli-
gros y decisiones de la segun-
ua guerra mundial, sin lagar
a dudas, como el Frimer Sol-
dado de Rusia. Despus de a-
ceptar la rendicin de Berlin,
Znukov se qued como repre-
sentante del Soviet ante la
Comisin de Control Aliado.
Su contra-parte norteameri-
cano era nada menos que el
General Dwight I). fcisenho-
wer, de quien se hizo muy a-
migo, Zhukov llev a Eisen-
hower a Mosc en viaje de vi-
sita. Eisenhower respondi
persuadiendo al Presidente
Truman que invitara a Znu-
kov a los Estados luidos. Wa-
shington se prepar para el
recibimiento despus que Zhu-
kov haba aceptado, pero sus
jefes del Kremlin, aparente-
mente, pensaron qae su ge-
neral se estaba haciendo de-
masiado amigo. Zhukov envi
SOKOLOVSKY. Bien parecido y afable, habla ingls, y rita versculos de 1 Biblia.
no tiempo, es un tenas comunista y orden el bloqueo de Berlin,
Al
oe pou'-r.o mu.ia-, a ios que la
"Hu-.a -o.-.-ca ueoera soorevi-
Wir, cj.os i.Jniuies han sido pre-
Jpa.-uos cuiaadosamente para
Sus papelty en ios Intentos de
nominacin mundial de Kusia.
Algunos de ellos han estado en
Jti extranjero estudiando en los
.colegios mimares de otras na-
.c.ones. Su mayora ha preslaac
is. rvicio a travs de toda Kusia,
si que estn familiarizados con
los problemas geogratico-ami-
itaies de sus diferentes areas. A
lodo lo largo de su carrera han
fc.cio sometidos a una intensa
iiSL-uccioi comunista, de ma-
nera que su IlscreckSn poltica
y devocin ai comunismo del So-
viet no tiene dudas.
i Los mariscales y generales 8o-
'vitlieos han demostrado su ha-
bilidad para manejar grandes
(jueizas en la guerra en gran
.encala. En la ltima guerra, sin
Jem cargo, solo ganaron cuando
'iuvieron una abrumadora su-
perioridad numrica. Sus tcti-
cas y estrategia en' ia batalla
'son conservadoras y carentes de
(imaginacin. Aunque aprendie-
ron el principio del dobie envol-
Mmicnio de ios Alemanes en la
segunda guerra mundial, su
c.usco ataque de infantera, que
todava se ensea en los libros
.ce textos Soviticos, es el asal-
to de grandes masas de fusi-
'ieros. A los Rusos iej gusta usar
hasia nueve divisiones en un
lirente de tres millas, atacando
en olas de tres divisiones has-
.ta que el enemigo ha sido do-
'b.egado o, como sucede a me-
nuao, basta que ellos mismos
'han muerto.
Esta clase de guerra es tipi-
ca de los Rusos. Los soldados
Soviticos son astutos, atalis-
tas, impasibles, maestros del
camuflase-' y de las mquinas
fsicamente impresionantes, pe-
xo han demostrado muy poca
Iniciativa en el campo del saber
tcnico. Gracias a varios siglos
de servidumbre Rusa y al Co-
munismo poltico, ios oficiales,
'asi como los soldados, tienen
tendencia a evitar responsabil-
idades y depender de otros
ms arriba para que l/s diga lo
jue tienen que hace*
VOROSHILOvVIgual que Molo-
tov (iequlerda), pele Junto con
Stalin en la revolucin y contina
vivo a pesar de sus errores.
VA8S1LY STALINTiene un t a
bajo suave en Mosc y recibe as-
eemos con frecuencia. Sus hom-
bres no gustan de l.
PA6BIA SE* __
ZHUKOVUno de los mas gran-
des generales de la guerra, est
en Manchuria asesorando s los
chinas rojos.
El Estado Mayor de EE.UU.
A medida que las garras del comunismo se
extienden ms y ms en Europa y Asia, los pue-
blos libres dirigen sus miradas llenas de ansiedad
hacia ese bastin de la democracia: Estados Uni-
dos1 de Norte Amrica.
Presentamos al Estado Mayor Mixto de Esta-
dos Unidos. Estos son los hombres sobre cuyas es-
paldas descansa la defensa de los hombres libres
del mundo en caso que el comunismo se t decida
llevar adelante sus planes de conquista mundial.
Respaldados por la ms fantstica maquinaria de
produccin que haya existido jams en el mundo,
no cabe duda que surgirn victoriosos de la lucha.
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i co SUAVIZA y
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del BEBE!
tAssMSS* rtOMWO H*
i
General Omar N. Bradley
Presidente
"El General Bradley ha te
nido bajo su mando la ms
grande fuerza terrestre en la
historia del mundo, asi que no
es ningn Inexperto. Adems
de ser un hombre disciplinado.
su honradez y fuerza de vo-
luntad son una garanta".
General Hoyt S. Vandenberr. '
Fueran Aeren
"El General Vandenberg fue
el Comandante de la ms po-
derosa aviacin del mundo du-
rante la guerra pasada. Su ex-
periencia es considerable, y la
pondr al servido de las de-
mocracias".
ROK086OV8KTPolaco de na-
cimiento, dirige la vida militar
y poltica de Polonia por orden de
Almirante Forrest F. Sherman
Armada
"El Almirante Sherman fue
segundo de Nimitz durante la
campaa del Pacifico. Pero hay
un mar aue conoce mejor que
el Pacifico... el Mediterrneo'.
I^ "STAtsm Omrtmio"
General J. Lawton Collins
Ejrcito
"El General Collins fue el Co-
mandante de la divisin que
termin la lucha en Guadal-
canal. Adems, fue el dirigen-
te de una batalla que pas a
la historia, en la cul destru-
y a los dos ejrcitos alema-
nes que quedaban en kfetz,
Francta". i
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enemigo comn: Rusia -
TIMOSHENKO. En 1*43 fu el hroe el mande Ubre ruaade peleaba centra los alemanes
una campaa decisiva que ha sida atacada ahora por les criticas. Afea* se dedica a estre-
nar la bien equipada PoHcia de Alemania Occidental.
tus excusas diciendo que es-
taba "enfermo."
Hoy, a loa 56 aos de edad,
y en el pinculo de sus pode-
res, Zhukov no ha aparecido
mucho en las noticias desde
su gesto hacia Eisenhower.
Pero hay razones para creer
que es l quien est dirigien-
do el extremo Comunista de
la guerra Coreana desde el
cuartel mixto Chino-Seviti-
tico en Mukden, Manchuria,
con el General in Piao, co-
mandante del 4o. Ejrcito
Chino como su ayudante y de-
legado.
MARISCAL ALEXANDER
MIKHAILOV1CH
VASILEVSKY
Este musculoso soldado, de
anchas espaldas y cabellera
hirsuta es un Cosaco, jinete
de nacimiento, y brillante es-
tratego militar Stalin Is
llamo "el ms grande estra-
tego le Rusia" quien ocu-
pa el cargo de Ministro de las
Fuerzas Armadas del Soviet.
A los 56 aos de edad, as >n-
, tes que nada un miembro del
Estado Mayor quien ha sido
nn estrecho colaborador mi-
litar y poltico de Stalin y
. fu uno de los seis hombres
miembros del Comando Su-
premo Sovitico que concibie-
ron y dirigieron la victoriosa
ofensiva contra Alemania.
MARISCAL KONSTANTIN "
K. ROKOSSOV 5Y
En Noviembre oe t^i.i ti Pre-
sidente de Polonia anunci que
haba "apelado" al Gobierno del
Soviet para u'ilizar los servi-
cios de Rokossovsky y que stos
haban sido obtenidas. El enor-
me (seis pies cuatro pulgadas),
simptico y efervescente sol-
dado regreso a sa tierra de na-
cimiento y se encarg en nom-
bre del Comunismo. Inmedia-
tamente "purg" si Ejrcito
Polaco de los deseen testos, y
empac a los mejores oficia-
les jvenes hacia colegios en
la Unin Sovitica.
Rokossovsky tiene un Ejr-
cito de 34 divisiones lisias a ir
a cualquier lugar que el Krem-
lin le indique. T no existe la
menor duda sobre hacia quin
siente simpatas, pues todos los
buenos polacos nunca se olvi-
darn que fu Rokossovsky, el
polaco, quien los dej morir
durante el levantamiento de
Varaovia en 1944. Fu l quien
mandaba el Ejrcito Sovitico
que permaneci impasible en
las afueras de Varsovia mien-
tras los alemanes ahogaban los
intentos de los polacos para li-
berar sa capital.
MARISCAL SIMEON
TIMOSHENKO
Ms viejo (66 aos) que la
mayora de sas iguales mili-
tares, Timosbenko ha sido un
activo luchador comunista des-
de 1919 algo que na puede -
ser olvidado por Stalin. Hace
un ao que abandon el co-
mando del Ejrrilo Occidental
de Rusia para encargarle del
entrenamiento de la Polica de
Alemania Oriental un pues-
to de gran significacin. Slo
la historia podr decir si ste
viejo Bolchevique pele su lti-
ma batalla. Contina un im-
bolo del luchador ruso en su
apogeo en la defensa-de su
territorio.
MARISCAL VASSILY
DANILOVlCH SOKOLOVSKY
Nacido en 1897, Sokolovsky es-
taba haciendo un supremo es-
fumo por hacerse maestro de

1
YCMASIIEVDirtge la Flota So-
vitica del Pacifico, la cual es d-
bil en naves de superficie, fuerte
en submarinos de nuevo tipo.
ra ver por s mismo rumo iba
la batalla. Los soldados le lla-
maban "camaiada" y no le gus-
taba nsar charreteras. Amigo
personal de stalin, Konev es el
tipleo soldado probado con an-
kov es el Comisionado Sovitico
para Alemania Oriental, ha-
biendo reemplazado a Soko-
lovsky. Hered el bloqueo de
Berna y cuando te fracas,
orden que se levantara si-
guiendo rdenes del Kremlin,
por supuesto. Estrictamente un
soldado, no le gastan los pode-
res polticos de su predecesor.
Estos han sedo asumidos por
el embajador que representa al
Ministerio de Relacionas Exte-
riores del Soviet Uno de los
hechos politices que los gene-
rales rases tienen que aguan-
tarse:
ALMIRANTE IVAN 8.
YCMASHEV
Yamasaev se apresur a a-
segurarle al pueblo ruso ai fi-
nal de la ltima guerra que fu
Rusia, no Estados Unidos, la
que hundi la flota japonesa.
El autor de sta arrogancia sin
sentido es ahora Ministro de la
Marina Sovitica y Comandan-
te en Jefe de la Fleta ttulos
que le fueron conferidos ea Fe-
brero de 1959, eaando el Krem-
lin decidi que haba llegado la
hora de establecer separada-
mente un Ministerio de la Ma-
rina. Hasta ahora, lea rases no
han hundido otras fletas, an
en las pginas" del Pravda
MARISCAL RODION
YAKOVLIEVICH MALINOVSKY
Malinovsky es un tipo regor-
dete, de ranelloi negros, nativo
de Odessa, cuyas tropas recon-
quistaren en la segunda gue-
rra mundial. Al final de la gue-
rra se encontr siendo Coman-
dante del Ejrcito del Trans-
Baikal en las planicies al norte
de Mukden, Manchuria, su po-
sicin hoy da. Si Rusia acude
KONEY. Bebe vino en ves de vodka, pero lleg a la cima. Captar Berln (junto con Zhu-
kov>, y conori a Bradley. Ahora tiene un alte puesto en el Ejrcito y planear cualqaier
ofensiva rosa.
CHUIKOVGobierna a Alemania
Oriental y ser hombre clave el
las tropas rojas Invaden Europa
escaela y divorciarse de su cla-
se aldeana cuando lleg la re-
volucin Bolchevique. Se uni
a los Bolcheviques, ingres al
Ejrcito Rojo y comenz su ca-
rrera. Durante la mayor parte
de la segunda guerra mundial
fu el ayudante de Zhnkev, y
reemplaz a su jefe rento Go-
bernador .Militar de Berlin.
El Comandante norteameri-
cano. Lacias Clay, simpatizaba
coa Sokolovsky, y lo llam una
ves "uno de los hombres ms
hbiles que he conocido."
Dorante las reuniones de la
(omisin de Control Aliado, So-
kolovsky era un cuente duro de
pelar. Ms tarde recibi su re-
compensa : Primer Delegado
Ministro de las Fuerzas Arma-
das del Soviet.
MARISCAL IVAN
STEFANOVICH KONEV
Konev es un hombre fuerte,
astuto y terco con ojos azul y
clare y una quijada Impresio-
nante, que demostr durante la
segunda guerra mundial ser un
gran comandante de las tre-
pas de tierra. A los 54 aos,
Konev es ahora Sub-Jcfe del
Estado Mayor Ruso, nn pues-
to sedentario para un hombre
cuyo inters principal en la vi-
da es la guerra y la casa. Ea
el campe de batana ae le vea
muy a menudo en el frente pe-
sias de entrar a la batalla.
GENERAL VASSILY 1VANOVK 11
CHUIKOV
A les 51 aos de edad, Chui-
a la ayuda de la China Roja,
con la que tiene un pacto de
asistencia, Malinovsky estar
de nuevo en su negocio en una
tercera guerra mundial.
VASILEVSKYSu puesto Incluye
la responsabilidad de la pura
poltica de lo combatiente.
MARISCAL KLEMENTI
EFREMOVICH VOROSHILOV \
Vn hombre ms brillante ha- '
Mera sido enviado a las cam-
pos de concentracin de : i'..e- .
ria desde hace tiempo, de ha- .
be* cometido los s.rarcj que j
Voreehilev cometi come ce- '
misario de Defensa de t925 a
194t, cuando Tlmosheniio lo ,
reemplaz. Pero fu VoroshilOT
quien ayud r. crear el Ejrcito
Rojo en 1918, y en nn tiempo
fu considerado como "El nica
rival de stalin.'
Bajo, -jovial y vanidoso, Ve- :
roshiiov se ha estado ganando [
su sueldo en lej satlites Bal- ,
canes desde que termin la se-
gunda guerra mundial. La l- i
tima vti que s? le oy fu cuan-
do denunci al Mari-cal Tito de ,
Yugoeslavia en la reunin ee
los ministres de guerra dr les .
pases de ia Cortina de Hierro
en Budapest. Como dclejsdo .
Sovitico, fu el smbolo perfec-
to del soldado Bolchevique del
Ejrcito Rojo, incrustado de .
medall: y envuelto en el In-
cienso de campanas pasadas. ,j
GENERAL VASSILY *.
JOSEFOV1CH STALIN
Vassily es el hijo de la se- ,
gunda esposa de Stalin, Na
dezhda Alliluyev. De pele grl- f
sceo, agrie y beligerante, Vas-
sily fu un pilote de combate ;
durante la guerra y sali sien- ,
do coronel.
Despus de la calda de Ale- .
mania, VassiTV fu estacin do
cerca de Berlin, siendo asean-
dido a Mayor General, para ser
degradado a Coronel por ha-
berse emborrachado y haberle :
pegado a un subordinado. Le-
go, recobr su estrella de gene-
ral, vol mi propio avin hacia
Mosc., y se estrell, hiriepk
a su euposa la hija de Ti-
moshenke.
Hoy, 7 los 32 anos de edad, es
Teniente General, Comandante
le la Fuerzi Area drl Distri-
to Militar de Mosc, y mirm- -j
bre del Supremo Sovi:t.
MALINOVSKY. Oficial de campaa de primera, comanda el Ejercito del Lejano Oriente del
Soviet desde Mukden. Tiene muchas divisiones rusas y 5,W6 avienes colocados al otro lado de
la frontera coreana en Manchuria.
D0M3NG0. JUNIO 17, 1961
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Romance de la Luna Llena
y del Puente De Cemento
Fue' en un baile dnde hiee
contigo conocimiento.
Me present un primo tuyo,
pues yo era all forastero;
a l, lo invit a unas copas,
a t, te invit a un paseo;
dijiste que s, y salimos
de tu custodio a despecho,
pues primos que cuidan primas
casi nunca son primeros.
Y al llano fuimos, que el llano
d amor es peripattico..
Ej los ranchos, ni una vela.
El campo, mudo y desierto.
Y la luna era ms blanca,
aquella noche, en el cielo.
Sobre sillitas d roca,
a la puerta de sus huecos,
cantando estaban los sapos,
cantando, de frac, muy serios.
Desbordbanse en las cercas
las yerbas de los potreros,
aerdromos de cocuyos
que volaban a tu pelo,
creyendo que iba de incgnito
la noche dando un paseo.
La Tuna, al verte morena,
su albura te dio en destellos,
pues ella las vuelve blancas
a las morenas del pueblo.
Era una luna sin trmites
de urbanos impedimentos,
la que sacan de los pozos
que tienen color de tiempo,
con sus cubitos de agua,
los duentes de cada huerto,
para hacer los hilos mgicos
de la trama de loe cuentos
Seguimos la carretera
para poder ir ms lejos;
la carretera fulga
como una cinta de acero..
Nos acodamos a un puente,
sobre el pretil de cemento.
No pasaba un caminante
por los caminos desiertos.
Y la msica del baile
nos llegaba como un eco.
Yo te mir con orgullo.
porque en t todo era bueno,
con tu t*Me de guitarra
y tu piel de terciopelo.
Artes LETRAS y &**"
Bajo la blusa calada
se adivinaban tus senos,
que alzaban la tela apenas
cual dos nsperos parejos.
Yo t dije: eres el ngel
que te copia en el espejo.
' Contra el pretil recostada
te abrac sin miramientos,
derrumbando en mi osada
los lmites del respeto.
Al filo de media noche
sola regresaste al pueblo, .
pues las nias cuando es tarde
lo acompaan forasteros. ,' .
Me qued, ya desvelado,
contemplando tu recuerdo.
Para hablar de t con alguien
le hablaba de t al silencio.
Y una- nostalgia de nsperos
humedeca mi aliento.
Decirle KOB
1961
En Torno a la Poesa d
Gonzlez Martnez
Por Pedro Henrquez Urea
El ansioso lleg adonde Tire el maestro de la sabidura.
Toda mi Juventud he marchado por los caminos de la tierra,
y no a ver vanidades ni a buscar placeres. Mocho observ es las
cosas; muchp supe de los hombres. Pero la sabidura reveladora
de lot secretos del mundo, esa me falta. Buscndola vine a t.
Demasiado pides. ,
Mustrame, siquiera,.la ruta en que marchas rumbo al mis-
terio- universal. Que si no lo, descifro, al menos lo sienta en mi
cohio algo ms que interrogacin.
K! maestro le toc sobre los prpados y le dijo:
Ya ests en el qamino.
Cuando de nuevo s encontr frente al maestro, dijo:
Be vivido largos dias (aos tal vea? en la ruta del misterio,
y sorprend la luc.de mi.espritu, y vi que iluminaba mundos nue-
vos", y me sent llenarme del alma universal. Cul es tu secreto?
Cerr tus ojos. Bajo la actitud Inmvil, hacia adentro mar-
chabas, l camino eres t mismo.
Imagino asi la ruta espiritual de este poeta. Parte de la ml-
tiple visin de las cosas, de la riqueza de Imgenes necesaria al
hombre de arte, y, camino adentro, llega a su filosofa de la vida
universal. Su poesa adquiere doble carcter: de Individualismo y
pantesmo a la vez. Las nmadas de Leibniz penetran en el uni-
verso de Spinosa gracias al milagro de la sntesis esttica.
I
Interesantsima para la historia psicolgica de nuestro tiem-
po es la formacin de la corriente potica a que pertenecen los ver-
sos de Enrique Gonzlez Martnez. Esta poesa de conceptos tras-
cendentales y de emociones sutiles es la ltima transformacin del
romanticismo; no slo del romanticismo interior, que es de todo
tiempo, sino tambin del romanticismo en cuanto forma histri-
ca. Como en toda revolucin' triunfante, en el romanticismo de las
literaturas novolatinas las disensiones graves fueron las Internas.
En Francia la que seguimos, desde nace cien aos, con devo-
cin tc, para bien y para mal, los pueblos de lengua castellana
, junto a a poesa romntica pura, la de Hugo, Lamartine y
Musset, desnuda expresin de toda Inquietud individual, mpetu
que inundaba, desbordndose, a veces, los cauces de una nueva re-
trica, surgi Vigny, con su elogio de silencio y sus desdenes aris-
tocrticos: surgi Qautler, con su curiosidad hedonistlca y su aris-
tocrtica Irona. El Parnaso se levanta como protesta, al fin, con-
tra l exceso de violencia y desnudez: su esttica, pobre por su' ac-
titud negativa,'o limitativa al menos, qued atada y sujeta a la
dfl romanticismo por el propsito de contradiccin. Tras la tesis
romntica que engendra la anttesis parnasiana, aparece, y aun
dura, la sntesis: el simbolismo. Ni tanta violencia; ni tanta Im-
posibilidad. Todo cabe en la poesa: pero todo por tratar de sm-
bolos. Todo se depura y ennoblece; se vuelve .tambin, ms o me-
nos abstracto, e aqu ahora, el lirismo abstracto, el pe lgro que
est provocando la reaccin, la anttesis contraria a la actual tesis
simbolista bajo cuyo imperio vivimos.
Esta es., entre tanto, al fuerza que domina en nuestra poesa
hispanoamericana: el simbolismo. Hemos sido, en Amrica, clsi-
cos o, ms a menudo, acadmicos; hemos sido, romnticos, o, a lo
menos, desmelenados; nunca supimos'ser en verdad parnasianos
o decadentes. Nuestro modernismo, aos atrs, slo pareca tomar
del simbolismo francs los elementos formales: poco a poco, sin
advertirlo, hemos penetrado en su ambiente, hemos,adoptado su
' actitud ante los problemas esenciales del arte. Hemos llegado, al
fin, a la posicin espiritual del simbolismo acomodndonos, ms
que a sus difciles tanteos estilsticos de ayer, al tone lrico que
re l herede a poesa francesa contempornea.
As lo demuestra la obra de Enrique Gonzlez Martines;.asi
lo demuestra el culto que suscita entre les jvenes. Aunque mu-
chos en Amrica no le conocen todava, Gonzlez Martines es el
poeta a quien admira y prefiere la Juventud Intelectual de Mxico;
fuera, principia a imitrsele en silencio.
'' Raras veces conocer los valore* iterarioi de Mxico quien no
visite el pals; porque la critica se ejerce mucho ms en el cenieule
que en el libro o en el perldlio. Quien, en nuestra Amrlla, no co-
noce las colecciones de versos, populares entre las mujeres, de poe-
tas mexicanos que florecieron antes de 18*0? Sus nombres no se re-
piten como nombres representativos entre los lectores.mediana-
mente Informados?. Pero la opinin de los cenculos declara (y con
verdad) que Mxico no tuvo poetas de primer orden entre tas dos
centurias transcurridas desde Sor Juana Ins de la Cruz hasta Ma-
nuel Gutierre Njera. Este es. piensa Antonio Caso, la personali-
dad iterarla ms influyente que ha aparecido en el pas. De su
obra, engaosa en su aspecto de llgereca, parten incalculables- di-
recciones, para el verso asi como para la prosa. Coa su aparicin,
que histricamente es siempre un signo, aunque no siempre haya
sido una influencia, principia a formarse el grupo de los dioses m-
Irores.
Seis dioses mayores proclama la vos de los cenculos: Gutie-
rres Najara y Manuel Jos Othn. muertos ya; Salvador Diaz Mi-
rn, Amado ervo. Luis O. Urblna y Enrique-Gonelea Martines.
Cada uno de los grandes poetas anteriores tuvo su hora. Gon-
ale Martines se el de la hora presente, el amado y preferido por
los jvenes que se inician; como el calor de extrao invernadero,
en la intensa actividad de. aMe y de cultura que sobrevive, enclaus-
trada y sigilosa, entre las amenazas de disolucin social. ,
-Este poeta, a quien tributan homenaje intimo las almas selec-
tas de su patria, lleg a la capital hace apenas cuatro aos .Le aco-
gieron, con solicito entusiasmo, los representantes de la tradicin,
en la Academia; los representantes de la moderna cultura, en el
Ateneo. Trata ya cuatro libros: el cuarto, .LOS SENDEROS OCUL-
TOS, admirable. Venia de las provincias, donde pas la Juventud.
III
.. Qu mundos de experiencias recorri este poeta, capas de tas-
tas, en loe veate aos que transcurrieron entre la adolescencia
impresionable v la Juvenil madures? Su poesa esconde toda bue-
11a de lia exswncls exterior y- cotidiana Es, desde los comiences,"
autobiocrafta espiritual: obra de arta simblico, compuesta,' no con
lea materiales natives, sin* can la esencia ideal del peamiento y
pacta estuvo, desde su despertar, encendido en ntimas an-
sias y angustias. Pero observ en toi
de las formas y los colores, la mart
To amaba solamente Un
lag. nubes y loe campos,
. Del jariin me atraiai
(la sangre de la rosa, la
,. Halagaban.mi odo las
la balada del viento, el
Entonces se componen los inevl
consulta a Virgilio; se piden temas
poetas franceses; se traduce a Here
Pero junto a las flentas escenas
Jtstuoso, la fuente escondida. De ell
gaza y Othn), flotan-reminiscencia*
clones a la onda marina y al rayo d
sas que turban la deseada armona
al reposo parnasiano,-suenanpa nots
laclones de la flauta de Verlalne. i
poipnonl
En el bosque tradicional, atraen
bol majestuoso, la fuente escondida,
meros delirios, la leccin de recoglm
liberarn de dos embriagueces, pellg
el dolor metaf isleo de la adolescenc
luslones; la externa, .el deslumbram
pompa y el deleite del mundo fist
Halla su disciplina, su norma:
bellas pide "ocio atento, silencio dulc
clones pide el aquietamiento de loe
planaa:
Yo amaba -solamente lo
Al fenecer la nota, al t
oh, sombras, oh, silenci
No: ahora procura "no turbar
afina su alma para que pueda "t
sombra". Su poesa 'adquiere virtud!
rcter de meditacin solemne, de e
su ambiente de contemplacin y (
de cristal; su delicada armona le
loe rumores del misterio universal.
Busca en (odas las caeos un a
Hay en todos los seres una bl
un dolor inefable o un mister i
"Todo- es revelacin; todo es en
tesoro oculto en tas cosas". Todo es
A vece, una
de o alto de le
' d las linfas <}t
- trino de- ruiset
; Que yo no j
- o todo me pent
He aqu cmo, despus de salsa
ce* juveniles, alcanaa el poeta la su
del pantesmo:
En- el santo abandenc
palpitar al unisono con
Y me hundir en el suei
. .Pero no -se extingui la vieja
ca del dolor, siempre personal, intli
remueve, como aquella tristesa anti
cldad olvidadisai--
yo podaba mi huerto
Y M vieja- tristeza se d.
y la oi levemente decir,
.
De mis ofo* dan turbioi
un*-lgrima- muda fui
La inquietad le pide que mire 1
. .. .*
Te engaas; no has vivi
incierto suraue la obr
''-'.-'*
Halla su camino. Esta an te tas
conquistado-su equilibrio, su a uta re
.'.T s fundirme en la,
y en los milagros de a i
Mas en me revaos si
de slo yo s penetrar,
t se agita art alma can ,
* su impulso propio y su
rv
La autobiografa lrica de Enrli
historia de una ascensin perpetua,
a la vea, hada mayor- sinceridad; ni
cepto de la van. Espejo Se nuestras 1
los, sta poesa es planamente de nw
do. Terribles tempestades acotan a i
sis vigila, pronta a caattaar todo det
poco pretendemos olvidar, entre fri
ingenlcaos;,el deber de edificar, de c.
pone. Nueswro credo no'puede ser i
nuestras preferencias ideales el falsa
Qu significan tas PROSAS PROFAI
senderos-comiencen en el tardan fies
TES y acaban en la sata escultrica
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e los crepsculo rojo,
pos, la rfber* y el mar..
raan el jazmn y la rosa,
\a, la nieve del jazmn)..
0 las voces de lasaves, .
o, el canto del pastor.. .
nevltables soneto* descriptivos; se
mas a la Grecia'decorativa de los
Henda.
as mitolgicas, las del rbol ma-
e ellos (Pesado, y culmina en Pa-
nelas romnticas: arcaicas Invoca-
do de las tormentas; voces confu-
lonla. En ese conjunto que aspira
notas extraas: se desusan modu-
ne. A y de quien escuch este son
raen al poeta dos smbolos: el r-
llda. De los aprende, tras los prl-
ogimiento y de templanza. Ellos le
peligrosas at persisten; la interna,
cenca torturada por sbitas desl-
sramiento de la Juventud ante la
fsico,
na: el toce perfecto de las cosas
dulce"; y el goce de las altas emo-
e loe tumultos ntimos, pide tem-
te los crepsculos rojos..
al apagarte el astro
encio! dormitabais tambin..
rbar el silencio de la vida" pero
la "escuchar el silencio y ver-la
rtudes exquisitas: se define su ca-
de emocin contenida y discreta;
y de ensueo; su clara meloda
a lacustre. xtasis serenos ante
sal.
un alma y un sentido oculto.,
m blanda sonrisa,
ferio sombro..
m enseanza,dice Rod;-todo es
lo es smbolo....
una hoja desprendida
le los arboles, un lloro
u que pasan, un sonoro
iseAor, turban mi vida..
no s s me difundo en todo,
penetra y va conmigo..
lalvar las sirtes-de las embriague -
a suprema y tranquila embriaguez

ene de un i4asis profundo,
con el alma del mundo..
sueo inefable y profundo..
leja savia romntica; la experlen-
Intima siempre, es acaso quien la
antigua que interrumpi su feti-
tro y libaba mi vino..
se detuvo a mi lado
lectr: has olsHdador
irWos del placer y la fiesta
fui. Ja sola' respuesta..
tire'bacta adentro:
vivido, mientras tu saw
lobregueces de tu interior a tien-
las puertas de la madures. Ha
utarauia:
n ios playartai del paisaje
1 a las erepsseiiMf'.
os subjetivos
re,
can sus goces exclusivos,
l su dolor particular.
IV
Enrique Gonzlez Martnez es la
tua. Hacia mayor serenidad; pero
i; hacia ms severo y hondo con-
tras luchas, tos de nuestros anhe-
c nuestro siglo y de nuestro mun-
1 a nuestra America; pero Nme-
d desmayo, toda vacilacin. Tam-
f frivolua Juegos, entre devaneos
de eefir, jue el momento im-
ser el hedonismo; ni smbolo de
faisn te oro o el dae de seda:
OFAeAS de Rubn Daro, cuyos
nerido de las FJJktTAS OALAN-
riea de IX TROFEOS? .Diversin
repes-el espritu fuerte
(CONCLUSION)
ANEXOS, a la consulta del Dr.
ngel Rubio, Miembro Nacional
de Panam en la Comisin de
Geografa del IP.OH.
DOCUMENTO 1 Respuesta
del doctor Alberto Mara Carre-
o, Catedrtico de la Universi-
dad Nacional Autnoma de M-
xico.
Mxico, D. F.. 2 de abril de lfiftl.
"CrOo que el estudio del seor
Rubio, sometido al seor don
Jos C. ObaMia. Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, de Panam,
est muy bien fundado y, por
lo mismo, son lgicas las dos si-
guientes conclusiones a que lle-
ga:
"lo. Geolgica y geogrfica-
mente, el istmo de Panam for-
ma parte de Amrica Central.
"2o. Arqueolgica e histrica-
mente, el Istmo de Panama
guarda mayores relaciones con
las regiones de Noroeste de A-
mrlca del Sur".
El problema que estudia el se-
or Rubio no existira, si Pana-
m no hubiera sido cercenada
de Colombia, piles la ltima
siempre ha sido considerada par-
te integrante de la Amrica del'
Sur y sin el camino quev se si-
gui por los Estados Unidos, el
Canal se habra abierto dentro
de la Jurisdiccin poltica de
Colombia.
Las cosas fueron modificadas
totalmente al surgir la nueva
Repblica; y si conforme al es-
tudio geolgico, segn lo de-
muestra el seor Rubio, el Ist-
mo es parte integrante de la
Amrica Central, parece que de-
ba preferirse que tal'nueva Re-
pblica quede incorporada en
sta, y que esa Colombia, ya
sin la parte de territorio que le
perteneci, la que d principio
a la Amrica del Sur.
Bl problema econmico que
esta resolucin hicieron surgir
y ha hecho surgir para la Rep-
blica de Panam, bien puede re-
solverse por la va diplomtica
que sugiere el mismo seor Ru-
bio".
DOCUMENTO 2Respuestas del
doctor Alfonso Caso, Director
del Instituto Nacional Indigenis-
ta. Mxico. D. P.. abril IB de 1951.
Contesto su atenta carta de
fecha 27 de marzo -prximo pa-
sado, con la que se sirvi usted
adjuntarme el estudio del seor
ngel Rubio, Miembro Nacional
de Panam en la Comisin de
Geografa, sobre si el territorio
del Istmo de Panam en que se
encuentra ubicada la Repblica
de Panam, pertenece geogrfi-
camente a la Amrica Central,
e a la Amrica del Sur.
.Estoy en todos los puntos de
acuerdo con las consideraciones
que hace el seor Rubio en el
estudio que comento, por lo que
tengo- el honor de comunicr-
selo a usted asi".
DOCUMENTO 3 Respuesta del
General Juan Manuel Torrea.
Presidente de la Academia de
Historia Geografa de Mxico:
Mxico, D. P.. 18 de abril de
. 1*51
, "Me refiero a la favorecida de
usted d 12 del mes en curso,
en la que se sirve hacer alusin
el Miembro Nacional de Pana-
m, de la Comisin de Geogra-
fa, que ha enviado la consulta
que elev al Gobierno de su pais
en relacin a la condicin geo-
grfica e histrica de Panam,
como formando parte o no de la
Amrica Central.
Como amablemente se sirve
pedir mi opinin, previo estudio
- de los documentos que adlun-
- ta. me permito hacer de su co-
nocimiento que a mi juicio, geo-
grficamente Panam pertenece
a la Amrica Central, ya aue
est dentro de la regin stmica
principalmente marcada desde
Guatemala hasta Panam".
DOCUMENTO 4. Respuesta del
doctor Eusebio Dvalos Hurta-
do, Escuela Nacional de Antro-
pologa e Historia. Mxico. D.
F., abril 11 de 1951.
"Despus de estudiar con todo
cuidado el anexo de su atenta
carta del 27 de marzo, recibida
hasta ayer, quiero manifestar a
usted que estoy en completo a-
cuerdo con todos los puntos ex-
puestos por el doctor ngel Ru-
blo, al dar respuesta al seor
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia
de la Repblica de Panam, en
relacin con su pregunta de si
debe considerarse a Panam co-
me parte de Amrica Central
de America del Sur.
Como la pregunta, concrta-
me ta se refiere a si "el territo-
rio del Istmo de Panam, en que
se encuentra ubicada la Rep-
blica de Panam pertenece geo-
grficamente a Amrica Central
o a Amrica del Sur". La res-
puesta que da el-doctor Rublo
en el No. 1 de su sntesis ea
-la nica' que debera tomarse en
cuenta:
Por k) dems, suplico a usted
se sirva felicitar al doctor Ru-
blo por -los eruditos datos qu,
aporta para apoyar sus puntos
de vista y usted srvase recibir
Hil agradecimiento por la aten-
cin de que .me hace objeto al
solicitar .mi modesta opinin".
DOCUMENTO 5Respuesta del
Lie. Santiago Burgos Brrto, -
niversktad Nacional Autnoma
df Mxico. Mxico, D. F.. 21 de
abril de 1*51.
antes de entonar loe CANTOS DE VIDA Y ESPERANZA.
La juventud de hoy piensa que eran, aquellos, "demasiados
cisnes"; quiere ms completa-Interpretacin artstica de la vida:
ms devoto respeto a la necesidad de' interrogacin, al deseo de
ordenar y tro construir. El arte no es halago pasajero, destinado
al olvido, sino esfuerzo que ayuda a la-construccin espiritual del
mundo.
Enrique .Gonzlez Martnez, da. roe a la nueva aspiracin es-
ttica. No habla a las multitudes; pero a travs de las almas se-
lectas viaja su palabra de fe, su consejo de meditacin:
Turcele el cueUo al cisne de engaoso viumofe
Mira al buho sapiente....
' ti no tiene la gracia dei cisne, mas su inquieta
pupila que se clava en la sombra, interpreta
el misterioso libro del silencio nocturno. '
V
Baje las solemnes contemplaciones del poeta vive, eon ame-
nazas de tumulto, la Inquietud antigua.- Asi, bajo la -triunfal ar-
mona de Shelley, arcngel cuya espida flamgera seala cumbres
al anhelo perenne, sola gemir, momentnea, la nota del desfalle-
cimiento.
El poeta piensa que debe "llorar, ai hay que llorar, como.la
fuente- escondida"; debe purificar el dolor en el arte, y, segn su
religin esttica, trasmutarlo en smbolo. Ms an, el smbolo ha
de *r catarsis: ha de ser enseanza de fortaleza.
- Foro la vida, cruel, no siempre da rigor centra todo desastre. T
entonces, el artista cincela, con sombro deleite, su copa de amar-
gura, cuyo trgico esplendor, sqduce como-filtro de encantamien-
to. En las pginas de LA MUERTE DEL CISME luchan los dos Im-
pulsos: el de la fe; el de la desesperansa, la_ vos sollozante y- movedora de LOS DAS INTILES y del HUERTO CERRADO.
- Son duros los tiempos. Esperemos.. Esperemos que el tumulto
ceda, cuando baje la turbia marea, de la, hora. Vencer entonces
ls sabidura de la meditation, la serenidad del otoo
Washington, mayo
"He estatuado on toda aten-
cin los documentos que tuto
la bondad de enviarme, para
que, en, mi calidad de Asesor del
Miembro Nacional del Instituto
Panamericano de Geografa s
Historia, diga mi parecer con
respecto a los mismos; he com-
pulsado tambin las fuentes
principales que se citan en dl-
oho trabajo; y no puedo menos
que estar de acuerdo con los
puntos .resolutivos del estudio
del seor Rubio, pues a mi Juicio.
se ha dicho en apretada snte-
sis lo que caba con relacin a
-la consulta del seor Ministro
de Gobierno v Justicia de la
Repblica de Panam, informe
al.cual no tengo que hacer ob-
servacin alguna. Los estudios
hechos por los especialistas en
la materia, y una simple ojeada
al mapa de Amrica, unido to-
do esto a consideraciones de n-
dole histrica y a razones de
elemental justicia, me permiten
concluir que:
El territorio del Istmo de Pa-
nam, en el que se encuentra
la Repblica de Panam, perte-
nece geolgica y geogrfica-
mente a la Amrica Central, con
todas las consecuencias que en
el orden politico Internacional
se derivan de esta pertenencia".
DOCUMENTO 6.Respuesta del
doctor tanoslo O. Saravla, Pre-
sidente de la Academia de la
Historia de Mxico Mxico, D.
P., 21 de abril de 1951.
"Me tard en contestar su
grata de marzo 27 ltimo pa-
sado, porque habiendo tenido u-
na temporada muy recargada de
atenciones, no habla podido es-
tudiar debidamente los docu-
mentos que s sirvi usted en-
viarme y.qu son coplas de do-
cumentacin proporcionada a
usted por don ngel Rublo,
Miembro Nacional del Instituto
en la Comisin de Oeografa re-
sidente en Panam,

Ho soy un gelogo, pero to-
mando, en cuenta l contenido
de esos documentos y la auto-
ridad de los autores que se men-
cionan al tratar ese punto creo
indudable:
lo. Que Panam geolgica-
mente pertenece a America
Central.
2o: Lo mismo puede decirse
si s examina la cuestin con
criterio geogrfico, para lo cual
tuve Ja oportunidad de consul-
tar nuevamente el punto con el
seor Ingeniero don Pedro C.
Snchez. Asi, pues, aplicando el
criterio geolgico y el criterio
geogrfico la respuesta parece
-ser que 'el' Istmo de Panania,
forma parte de Amrica Ceptrai;-
3o. En cambio, son induda*
bles sus relaciones con Amrica
del Sur como se expresa al ex-
poner el punto bajo el rubro de
criterio Arqueolgico e Histri-
co.
Ahora, bien, considerando el
motivo que origin la consulta,
o sea el problema que afecta a
Panam y- qu es de Motivo co.-
mercial. ya que se trata de que
en los Estados Unidos de Amri-
ca, se Impone gravamen- mayor
a los barcos y turistas-con des-
tino a los puertos panameos,
que a aquellos que se dirigen a
la Amrica del Sur, creo, an
excedindome de loa trminos
en que se plantea la consulta
.que tratndose de un punto co-
- mereial, tiene que atenderse de
manera muy especial a las co-
nexiones del Istmo de Panam
con Amrica del Sur y si stas
siguen siendo constantes y fre-
cuentes, lgicamente para la fi-
jacin de esos gravmenes pa-
rece debera atenderse a un csl-
lerio comercial de preferencia
al probtema geolgico o geo-
grfico ". ....
-DOCUMENTO 1..Respuesta, de
la doctora Rita Lpez de Uergo,
Jnstituto.de Geografa de la U-
mversjdad Nacional. Autnoma
de Mxico. Mxico. D. F.
Tal como el soar Jos 4a O-
baldia. Ministro e Coblern* y
Justicia de la Repblica de la-
nam plante al doctor ngel
Rublo la Consulta: "El territo-
rio de la Repblica de Panam
pertenece a Amrica Central o
a Amrica del Sur?", no admi-
te ms que una sola Interpreta-
cin que es la relativa a su lo-
callzacln geogrfica. El anli-
sis de cualquier otro factor ca-
rees de -fundamente por toe si-
guientes razones:
la. Bl factor geolgico no pue-
de ser -invocado puesto que A-
mrica Central constitutye des-
de el Terciarlo Superior una u-
nldad estructural perfectamen-
te caracterizad, de modo ue,
cualquiera que haya sido su evo-
lucin en las rs geolgicas an-
teriores, no tiene sentido pre-
tender que su locahzactn actual
corresponda a la que tuvo en al-
gunas fases de su historia geo-
lgica. Extrao parecera afir-
mar que las Altas Tierras del,
Norte de Escocia forman parte
de la Isla de la Gran Bretaa,
sino de la Pennsula Escandina-
va, porque tectnica y petrogr-
ficamente son una parte del pa-
gamiento Calednlco; asimilar
a la Repblica de Panam a la
Amrica del Sur invocando an-*
tecedentes geolgicos, es hacer
una afirmacin anloga a la an-
terior.
3a. El criterio estratgico y
geopolitjco depende primdrdlal-
mente de la Joealiaacln geo-
grfica.
3a. En cuanto a los criterios
arqueolgicos" e histricos, que
considero inaplicables, no los
-examino porque no tengo capa-
cidad para hacerlo.
Sentado lo anterior, lo nico
que.resta es, examinar desde el
anoto de vista su morfologa si
1 Repblica de Panam debe
quedar localizada en America
Central o en Amrica del Bur.
Los rasgos estructurales pecu-
liares de Amrica Central son:
"lo. La direccin E. W. gene-
ral, a loe accidentes de su relie-
ve. Esta direccin empieza a
manifestarse al W. dej Istmo de
Tehuantepec en la Sierra Madre
del Sur. pero es ya perfecta-
mente perceptible en el 8. E. de
la Repblica Mexicans. (Sierra
Madre. de Chiapas, Depresin
Central de Chiapas, Mesetas
Centrales, Plegamientos Septen-
trionales y Delta Tabasqueo)
y contina haste, el Istmo de
Darln tanto en el aUnesjntento
de las cadenas de montanas co-
mo, en las, fosas ocenicas tro-
sas de Barlett y de Brow son,
zona abismal situada al N. de
las islas de Barlovento).
2o. El angoetamiente y frag-
mentacin de las tierras emer-
gida* que da lugar a la-forma-
cin de Una serle de istmos (Ist-
mo dcHebuanlnec. Istmo de
.Nicaragua. Istmo de Panam,
Istmo de Darln) de Islas (Gran-
des y pequeas Antillas. Archi-
pilago de las Perlas, Arehlpi-
lagq. de, las Mulatas) y. de arre-
cifes y bancos.
3o. La existencia de depre-
siones, qu. contrastando con la
algura general del relieve, faci-
litan el estableclmiente de vas
de comunicacin interocenicas
(Istmo de Tehuantepec. Depre-
sin General de Honduras, Re-
gln Lacustre de Nicaragua. Ist-
mo de Panam, Istmo de Da-
rken).
. Puesto que estosrasgos se ma-
nifiestan desde el Istmo de Te-
huantepec hasta el d Darln.
es.obvio que desde el punte de -
vista de su locaHaaein geogr-
fica; la Repblica de Panam
est, situada en la Amrica Cen-
tral:. :'
Es copia conforme.-sen les.
originates.Mayo 1 de lgel.
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