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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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TO
GUAYAQUIL
^DILT NEWSPAPBR
Panama American
"Lei i/ie people know the truth and the country it tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA. B. P., TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Migs Intensify Battling
For Korea Air Supremacy
(NEA radio-telephoto)
QUEENLY Dip Wearing a black bathing suit. Queen Narrlman, bride ol King Farouk of
Egypt, enjoys the sun after a swim In the waters off the Isle of Capri. With her is a wo-
man attendant, while the Moslem policeman (r Ight) turns hU back as he guards the honey-
mooning young queen. ____________ ,________
(NEA Telephoto)
HIGH-TEMPERATURE CRASH A double-trailer truck, car-
rying 7000 gallons of butane gas. and a school bus crashed
in San Fernando, Calif., with both vehicles catching fire.
Fortunately, the bus was empty. The bus driver leaped to
safety, but the truck driver was trapped and killed.
Britain To Divert Tankers
From Iran If Oil Seized
LONDON, June 19 (UP)Brit-
ain Is preparing to withdraw her
tanker fleet from the Iranian oil
trade If the Teheran government
arries out its threat to seize the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company's
Abadan refinery, the largest in
the world, at dawn tomorrow.
The withdrawal of the British
tanker fleet, said to represent
one-seventh of the world total,
would bring Iran's trade to a vir-
tual standstill almost immediate-
ly.
Following withdrawal- of the
tanker fleet British air and naval
forces In the Middle East would
probably evacuate all British per-
sonnel from the Iranian oil-
fields.
But officials are still working
st top speed to persuade Pre- .
tier Mohamed 'Mossadegh's
government to come to terms
with the oil company on a com-
promise basis.
The ultimatum to the oil com-
Sany to hand Over 75 per cent of
s revenue to the Iranian gov-
ernment Is to be answered to-
night. It is not likely to be ac-
cepted.
Britain is said to be offering a
50-50 settlement, and payment
Immediately of a substantial sum
of money, understood to be be-
twen 7,000.000 and 10,000,000
pounds, in advance royalties to
sweeten the oil feud.
About one-third of Britain's
gasoline comes from Iran, and 1U
stoppage would probably bring
about the reintroductlon of gas
rationing in Britain.
Search Cancelled
For C-60 Missing
Out Of Havana
' The air search for the missing
C-60 cargo plane of American
registry was discontinued last
night when information was re-
ceived from Caribbean Com-
mand, that the aircraft had
cleared from Mexico City to the
United States.
The plane was at first report-
ed to be of Cuban registry.
Aboard the missing plane were
the American pilot. D. Shenkel
35. and his Mexican co-pllot, Is-
mael Reyes, 34. They left Havana
Saturday night allegedly en
route to San Jos, Costa Rica.
When the plane failed to arrive
on schedule, Havana Oceanic
Control notified 1st Air Rescue
Squadron to initiate a search.
An 8B-17 from 1st Air Rescue.
Flight "B" Albrook AFB. had
scoured the area as far as the
north Nlcaraguan border wUh
w results.
Marine Suggests
3rd Person Killed
US Embassy Guards
HAVANA, June 10 (UP)
United States Marine 8/Sgt.
Richard T. Carrigan suggested
today that 8gt. Robert J. Shel-
ton, 22, and Janitor Agustn Fer-
nndez, 40, were slain in the
United States Embassy here by a
third person, during an attempt
to steal documents.
Carrigan, who was Shelton's
room-mate and fellow Embassy
guard, said Shelton was not the
type to commit suicide.
"He was a happy go lucky,
quiet boy who never bothered
anybody."
Shelton and Fernndez were
shot to death at dawn yesterday
In the visa room.
Police believe Shelton shot Fer-
nndez In the head then lay on
a couch In the same room and
shot himself behind the right
rear.
Architect-Artist
John (. Buechele
Leaving CZ Service
John C. Buechele, Architect in
the Engineering Division, will
leave Canal service at the end of
June after almost 25 years with
the Canal-Railroad organization.
He has served as architect, as-
sociate architect and architect-
ural designer for about 20 years.
Mr. and Mrs. Buechele will re-
turn to the United States in the
fall where he plans to resume
the practice of architecture and
commercial art.
Buechele was born In Newark,
New Jersey, and studied archict-
ure at the Newark Technical
School and Columbia University.
He was employed by various
architectural firms in Newark for
about 12 years before coming to
the Isthmus.
He was first employed by the
Canal organization July 6, 1818.
Apart from his other duties,
Buechele is well known In the
Canal organization for bis com-
mercial art work and cartoons
which have appeared in the
"Safety Zone," as postage stamp
designs, on the new company
seal and elsewhere.
Local 900*8 Balboa
Chapter Delays Meet
The meeting of the Balboa
Chapter of Local 900 (CIO) will
be held Tdursday at 7:30 Instead
of Wednesday night as originally
planned. The meeting will take
place In the Pacific Club. Ed
Welsh and Jocelyn Byrnes will
report on important subjects al-
Xectlng local rate workers.
Marian Anderson
Keeps Eye Peeled
For Architecture
"I'm not a flyer" Marian An-
derson told a gathering of news-
men at a press conference yester-
day upon her arrival from'Mede-
llln. The world-famous .contral-
to, poised and charming, said she
"didn't want to wait for more
modern transportation because
it might be too long a wait."
Her concert tonight will be the
last of 16 as she win return to
New York Wednesday after hav-
ing covered the South American
countries of Venezuela. .Colombia.
Ecuador, Peru and Chile.
Most of the places visited on
this trip have made her feel very
much at home because she has
met many people who had at-
tended her concerts elsewhere.
"There's really not too much dif-
ference between Latin American
audiences and the ones In New
York." the singer feels.
Actually, Miss Anderson was
anxious to turn tables on the re-
porters and Interview them. "I
know too little about Panama"
she said, "and there's so much
here I want to see." Miss Ander-
son's husband, who is in New
York, was particularly intrigued
with the types of architecture
she would see, so the famous
singer has been keeping an eye
out for "Interesting lines."
Miss Anderson was extremely
amiable and sincere In her com-
ments, answering questions that
were thrown at her with no loss
of poise or dignity. "Constitution
Hall?" She wasn't particularly
interested in singing there, but In
seeing that anyone should be al-
lowed to sing there.
Although she feels that televi-
sion is still in its formative stag-
es. Miss Anderson has already
been in a short which was taken
at her home in the country. It
will be shown with others of a
musical nature very soon.
Her trip has been a real sur-
prise because, as Miss Anderson
puts it. "the countries have far
surpassed my expectations, as far
as music is concerned. I've liked
it so well that I must come back."
Pilots Strike Against
United Airlines
CHICAGO. June 1 (UP)
Some 900 pilots and co-pilots
went on strike agalnsV United
Airlines today. The company's
planes were grounded right
cross the United States.
little Leaguers' Fund Drive
On; Benefit Tilt Is Suggested
The drive to raise funds to send the Canal Zone Lit-
tle Leaguers was under way today.
Money was being solicited at the Balboa Heights pay
office, at the pay car at the Balboa Railroad Station, and
at the Pacific Side clubhouses.
Contributions also may be mailed to The Panama
American, Box 5037, Ancun, or Box 134, Panama.
The Panama American today headed the list of con-
tributors with a $25 donation.
Also today the Local Rate Little League baseball
players came out with a grand suggestion for doing their
part in sending the other youngsters to the U.S. competi-
tion. Their idea: a benefit night game at the Balboa
Stadium.
The suggestion was made through A. M. Parchment,
La Boca physioal director.
Army To Release Enlisted
Reserves By The Thousands
BY DAYTON MOORE
WASHINGTON. June 10. (UP)
The Army announced plans
yesterday to release within the
next six months nearly all the
100.000 inactive and volunteer
enlisted reserves involuntarily
called to active duty.
(According to a United States
Army Caribbean spokesman
some Individual units In Pana-
ma Area may feel the release
f enlisted reservista, but tram
the overall picture, the du-
charte of these men will net se-
riously affect the command.)
Army Secretary Frank Pace Jr.
said that only a few "Irreplacea-
ble critical specialists" will be
kept on active duyt.
The program win get under
way soon with the release of a
"small number" of enlisted men
to civilian Ufe. The discharge
rato will be stepped up as the
program gets In full swing. The
target date for Its completion is
Dec. 3.
Inactive and volunteer enlisted
reserves include those who were
not members of organized re-
serve units and who did not re-
ceive any pay for volunteer par-
ticipation in peacetime training
programs.
"Several thousand" men are to
be returned to this country from
the Far East each month under
the release program. In selecting
those to be returned first, the Ar-
my said "length and type of ser-
Ecuador President
Safe At Albrook
In Independence'
President Truman's plane The
Independence carrying Ecuador's
President Emilio Galo Plaza to
Key West en route to Washing-
ton for an official visit made an
unscheduled stop at Albrook Air
Force Base shortly before 3 p.m.
today.
Motor trouble was the cause of
the stop here.
The Independence left Guaya-
quil this morning. It had been
flown there from the States Sun-
day by Brigadier General Robert
Landry. who extended President
Truman's formal Invitation to
President Galo Plaza.
Scheduled to be aboard the
plane in President Galo Plaza's
party were his wife Rosarlo Pa-
Hares de Plaza, Foreign Minister
Neftal Ponce, Minister of Econ-
omy Serrano, Cristobal Cornejo,
the President's private secretary;
Armando Pesantes, Foreign Of-
fice Chief of Protocol; Major
Gonzalo Fernandez, chief of the
presidential aides de camp; and
Captain Jorge Salvador, presi-
dential aide.
vice In Korea will be a strong
factor."
Pace said enlisted reserves who
were called to active duty as
members of organized reserve or
National Guard units will not be
released under the new program-
Men who are released will con-
tinue in their former status as
inactive or volunteer reserves.
There will be no "point system"
or other Inflexible standards to
determine the order in which the
reserves are released. Each unit
will set up its own standards, giv-
ing "primary consideration" to
maintaining maximum effective-
ness.
But veterans who served M
days or more during World War
II are to be let out first under the
general standards set up by Ar-
my headquarters here. Reserves
who have had prior military
service other than World War II
are to get second priority.
Those with no prior military
service will be In the third and
lastgroup.
Within each of these groups.
Pace said, consideration will be
Slven to length of service on this
>ur of duty, dependency or
hardship and age of the Individ-
ual reservist.
Bill To Retire
Local Raters
Back In Senate
A bill "to provide for the re-
tirement of certain noncltizen
employes of the Panam Canal
and the Panam Railroad Com-
Sany on the Isthmus of Panam"
as been Introduced Into the
Senate by Senator William Lang-
er, Republican of North Dakota.
A copy of the measure, Senate
BUI 1680, was received by The
Panam Canal yesterday.
The provisions of this bill are
the same as those In the bill In-
troduced Into the 81st Congress
In April 1950 by Senator Langer.
A companion bill, H. R. 8114 was
also Introduced In the house In
the last Congress.
Governor Newcomer has ad-
vocated for some time the enact-
ment of legislation to Improve
the retirement benefits payable
to non U.8. citizen employes. His
proposals to accomplish this pur-
pose have been under considera-
tion by the Department of De-
fense and other interested agen-
cies for about two years.
Senate BUI 1880. which has
been referred to the Armed Ser-
vices Committee, provides for
automatic retirement at age 82
after ten years of service and for
disability retirement after five
years service. The maximum an-
nuity payment under this bill
would be 80% of the annual basic
pay received by the employe dur-
ing his last two years of service
'Cristbal' To
Sail Wednesday
On Schedule
The SS Cristobal will sail
from New York Wednesday
on schedule according to
'Full Confessions'
Claimed By Govt.
In Budapest Trials
BUDAPEST, June 19 (UP)
Archbishop Josef Groesz, 84, suc-
cessor to Cardinal Mlndszenty,
wUl go on trial here Friday with
eight alleged accomplices on
charges of plotting against the
state, black market currency
dealings, helping escapes to the
West, and other crimes.
The Indictment lists United
States Information Service em-
ploye Alajos Pongracz, arrested
a month ago, among the defend-
ants.
This pointed out that the "le-
gation of an imperialistic power"
mentioned in the indictment Is
the United States embassy.
The other defendants are three
monks, a former member of par-
liament, an Income tax official
and a former member of the up-
per house.
The indictment said all the ac-
cused had made a "full confes-
sion."
Meanwhile the removal of "un-
desirable elements" from Buda-
pest continued.
An undisclosed number of fam-
ilies were told yesterday, to leave
the Hungarian capital within 24
hours.
i The continued removal of these
"class undesirables" ended opti-
mistic speculation that last Sat-
urday's official communique re-
vealing that 924 high and middle
class famUles had been banished
since May 21 would end the Gov-
ernment's action.
King: George To Visit
Australia, New Zealand
LONDON, June 19 (UP)--A
Buckingham Palace announce-
ment last night outlining the
itinerary of King George Vis
visit to Australia and New Zea-
land next year has given rise
AACAP Opens List
To Cops, Firemen,
Hospital Workers
Owing to the large number of
policemen, firemen and hospital
personnel asking to take part In
the Anti-AIrcraft Civilian Auxil-
iary Program getting under way
in the Canal Zone, a decision
was reached today to aUow full
participation by many of those
formerly Ineligible.
The announcement was made
by Col. Sanford J. Goodman,
commanding officer of the 85th
AAA Group and president of the
AACAP Board of Officers, follow-
ing a discussion with Lt. Col.
Marvin L. Jacobs, Military Ad-
visor to the Governor of the Pan-
ama Canal and Melvln E. Walk-
er. Civil Defense Advisor to, the
Governor.
Members of the Police and Fife
Departments, certain medical
personnel, and those belonging to
mUitary reserve units were not
eligible for the program. (Milita-
ry reservists will still be Ineligi-
ble.)
In answer to several queries
from U.S. citizens living In Pan-
ama, Colonel Goodman said:
"We are very sorry that the
qualitative aspects of this first
phase of the test make lt Impos-
sible to Include U.S. citizens not
living in the Canal Zone.
"There is no question about the
loyalties or abilities of those peo-
{ile. and it is only because of the
Imitations placed upon us by
other factors, such as possible
communication difficulties in the
event of emergency, that we are
prevented from welcoming them
Into the organization at this
time." I
TOKYO, June 19 (UP) For the third consecutive
day Communist Mig-15 jets took to the skies over North
Korea today to challenge United Nations air supremacy.
United States Sabres drove them off, damaging four
Migs.
An estimated 30 red-nosed Migs were waiting at
30,000 feet over Sonchon as 27 Sabres swept over Migj
Alley.
The two- mass formations met at high speed, and the
battle broke into several scattered dogfights.
Sabres of the 4th Interceptqr Fighter Wing have des-
troyed six Migs and damaged 12 in the past three days. \
Their total Mlg claims are: 37
destroyed; six probably destroyed
and 82 damaged.
The Reds also showed renewed
signs of throwing their Air Force
action deep Inside Korea.
For the first time In several
weeks they hurled intense anti-
aircraft fire at Superforts which
bombed their apparently still-
Ship Passengers.
Stranded By Strike,
Jam Airline Offices
NEW YORK, June 19 (UP)
Passengers stranded in the Unit-
ed States by the four day old
strike of three maritime unions
are Jamming airline officers here
seeking reservations on trans-
atlantic airliners.
Reservations are extremely
difficult to get, because the air-
lines are beginning their normal
tourist season, the biggest yet.
(Europe-bound passengers
from Panam, and all Central
and South America, can bypass
the New York airline Jam.
(BOAC's Panam manager Do-
nald A. Cameron reminded them
today of the twice-weekly BOAC
Constellations flight from
Kingston, Jamaica, to London,
via Havana, Nassau, Bermuda,
the Asores and Lisbon.
(These flights are scheduled
Wednesdays and Sundays, con-
nections can be made via PAA
at Kingston and via Braniff at
Havana).
United States mall addressed
to overseas destinations became
"Frozen" cargo aboard non-de-
fense freighters and passenger
liners on the United States
coasts.
Federal mediators on the east
and west coasts scheduled addi-
tion conferences today to try to
settle the walk out that started
last Friday night when union
contracts expired.
The unions Involved are the
National Maritime Union, the
Marine Engineers Beneficial As-
sociation and the American Ra-
dio Association.
All are CIO unions.
unused Sunan airfield 15 mile
north of Pyongyang.
Several Red planea were alsc
spotted in the air near Sunan;
but the fighters escorting the SuJ
perforts apparently discourage^
them from attacking the bomb->
ers. '
MeanwhUe on the ground Unl-j
ted Nations forces shoved theuj
battle line nearly 30 mUes north
of the 38th parallel in a downhill
assault on Punchbowl Valley, the
eastern spawning ground for Red
offensives. I
The Allies captured the heights
overlooking the four mile wide
vaUey above Inje yesterday la
their deepest penetration ol
North Korea since the abortive
United States dash to the Man-i
churlan frontier last November.'
All the rest of the way across,
the 100-mUe Korean front Unltf
ed Nations tank and Infantry pai
trols Jabbed north across Ns
Man's Land to keep the Commit
nist forces believed massing fol
a new offensive off balance.
The Reds hit back in a countei
attack on the central front below
Kumsong early yesterday, but 11
cost them almost a whole batta-
lion, i
In this action the Allies killed;
337 Reds, Injured probably twice
as many, and captured nearly 40#
rifles and 50 submachineguns.
Punchbowl Valley, nestling
among three-quarter mile high
mountains, was captured after a
bitter 10-day campaign In which
North Korean Communists
fought for every hilltop, and had
to be bayoneted out of Russian-
designed bunkers.
A 10th Corps spokesman said]
there is evidence the Reds may be
building up north of the valle|[
for a counterattack.
Colombia Battalion
Lands In Korea
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA,
June 19 (UP)The 1,950-
mio Colombian battalion,
the first South American
contingent te Join the Unit-
ed Nations ground forces in
the Korean war, arrived in
Korea Jane 18 aboard the
United SUtea Navy trans-
port Aiken Victory.
David lo Remedios
Link of PA Highway
Starts Next Month
Minister of Public Works Nor-
berto Navarro announced today;
that work on 'the Inter-Ameri-
can Highway, from David to Re-
medios, will begin early next
month. ,
This morning a United States
Committee of Engineers arrived
here to complete details foe
starting the Job. The Panama
Permanent Legislative Commit-
tee has also approved the alloca-
tion of $300,000 as Panama's
share of the cost of construc-
tion, i
The United States commute*
will hold a formal meeting to-
morrow at 3 p.m. in Minister Na-
varre's office. i
According to a statement mads
by Navarro, the land-owners
along the route the highway will
pass have already agreed the
terms. The United 8tates will put
up .$800,000 as its share in the
project.
German Soldier Spends 6 Years
Trapped Undergound And Lives
WARSAW, Poland, June 19 Witnesses who talked to the He said an air vent was undam-
(UP)A heavily bearded, 32- soldier soon after he was rescued aged by the explosion, water
year-old German soldier survived said the man who fought in trickled through cracks, and am-
slx years entombment in an un- Adolph Hitler's armies claimed pie food for the six men had Deem
derground Nazi army supply de- he was trapped by accident with stocked In the depot,
pqt authorities announced today, five comrades In the food and The bearded survivor told the
They said the six-foot-tall sol- clothing depot. authorities, witnesses said, tna
dler, blinded and unable to talk two of his companions commit-
coherently, crawled from his sub- They said another man crawl- ted suicide a few months arter
terranean prison when workers ed from the depot with the sol- their entombment and two otn-
recently cleared huge concrete dler, but died of a heart attack ers died of unknown causes,
slabs from the depot's entrance, when daylight struck his eyes. He said the last two years were
According to the reports, the spent in complete darkness alter
The authorities said the uni- soldier said he and the five other the two soldiers burned the last,
.. dentlfled soldier was taken to a men were Imprisoned In the con- of a store of candlev
word received from the New; to optimism that the monarch's, Gdynia hospital, where attend- crete bunker when German Authorities said the Domes or,
Yrlr ntHrm it wm nnnn.mr current illness is not grave. He, ants gave him a "good shave" to troops, retreating from Poland, four men. encased hi sacs* or,
York Office, It WOS announc- ^retvei ^ v, theMediter-! rega both his strength and his dynamited the depot's entrance flour and almost perfectly mum-,
ed today. 'ranean. eyesight. In 1945. milled, were found In the depot.,


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
TUESDAY. JUNE II, 1151
TERRYA
THE CONVINCER
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Greal White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Avlnof ...............................June 3
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July 1
S.S. Cap* Cod ..................................July 7
S.S. Cape Ann .................................July 15
Weekly Sailings lo New Vork, Loa Angelen, San Francisco, Seattle
Occasional Sailing to Ne Orleans and Mobile.
(The steamers In chis service are limited to twelve pusseneersi
Frequent Freight Sailings Iron- Cristobal lo West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via ., ..
------------------------------------ i Sails
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui..... (Passenger Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................July 10
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
S.S. -TALCA" ...................................June 27th
M.V. "SALINAS"*' (omits Colombia and Chile) June 29th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE '
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"..... August 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM OIREC1
S.S. FLAMENCO" ...............
M.V.
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
S.S.
S.S.
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
"PAMPAS" ...................................July 7th
"DIEMERDYK" ............................July 17th
TO UK/CONTINENT
"SCHIEDYK" ...............................June
S S
8.B. "LOCH GARTH
M.V. "DURANQO
22nd
.June 23rd
.July 3rd
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Clasa.
Superior accommodation available lor passenaers.
All Sailing* Subject to Chance Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV CO- Cristbal lei. Ib54 1655
FORD COMPANY INC. Panam Tel. S-1257/1258: Balboa 1905
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BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
DR. MARTIN MANGELS, JR., a
practicing surgeon In the Mia-
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Division of Pan American
World Airways. Dr. Mangels,
who succeeds the late Dr. John
T. Macdonald. will be responsi-
ble for maintaining medical
standards and checking the
health of some 6,000 PAA em-
ployes In Miami and Latin
America. He is a Fellow of the
American College of Surgeons
and the American Board of
Surgery, and is a surgical con-
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Pratt General Hospital In Coral
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JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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even offered to send out for a
crying towel, but his kindness was
not appreciated.
West opened the king of hearts,
and East signalled enthusiasti-
cally with the eight. West next
continued with the queen of
hearts, and East completed his
echo by playing the five of hearts.
West then paused for thought,
but he was wasting his time. He
could take his ace of diamonds, if
he liked, but then the defense
was washed up. South was bound
to get the lead, draw trumps, and
discard dummy's last heart on a
good club.
While South was writing the
score on the pad. the analysis be-
gan. Analysis, as all bridge play-
ers know. Is the science of prov-
ing It was your partner's fault.
East began the attack. 'Why
didn't you open the queen of
hearts Instead of the king. Then,
when you led the king next. I'd
get the Idea."
West answered that one easily
by pointing out that East might
well play his ace at the first trick
if the queen of hearts were open-
ed. It was correct to open the
king of hearts, but the solution
was for East to play the ace of
hearts at the second trick.
If it happened that West had a
third heart, nothing would be
lost. If West had no more hearts
he could ruff the third round and
take his ace of diamonds to set
the contract.
This hand raises an interesting
question. Is it always correct to
play the ace on your partner's
queen when dummy has three
small cards of the suit opened
and when you have five to the
ace?
The answer is that It's alwavs
correct when your second-best
.card (under the ace) Is better
thnn the dummy's best card. In
today's hand East had the ten of
hearts 'his second-best card in
the suit i to beat dummy's six of
hearts. This provides against J-x
In thf South hand, for then one
of the defenders Is sure to have
the best card of the suit.
Crewman of "Kenyon Victory"
Missing
William Hays, 31, an American
oiler from the Victory ship, Ken-
yon Victory disappeared when
the ship was three days out of
Los Angeles. The Army-Navy
service vessel that transited the
Canal yesterday retraced Its
route, but failed to locate the
missing crewman. The Kenyon
Victory is en route to New Or-
leans.
Wllford McKay, local agent re-
ports that this is the second man
to be missing at sea within a pe-
riod of one week from their ships.
Hays' next of kin, a sister, in Hill-
crest, New Jersey, has been noti-
fied. A report was also filed with
the Balboa police.
Fire-Resisting Paint
Devised for Ships
WILMINGTON. Del., June 19-
(UPiThe Dupont Co. has dis-
covered a new paint which may
help shipbuilders reduce the haz-
ards of fire at sea. It failed to
burn at a continuous tempera-
ture of 1,300 degrees.
Although its fire resisting qua-
lities are definite, the problems
of getting it to stick satlsfacorlly
to metal and resisting salt-water
attack still remain to be licked.
Dupont pointed out that fires
at sea are complicated by the fact
that paints used on snips' in-
teriors, while fireproof to a de-
gree, may spread a blaze from
one steel compartment to anoth-
er, once wall temperatures are
raised to the combustion point of
the paint.
FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS
June's Thinking
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
BLACKMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Os-
car H. of Sliver City, a son, June
14 at Colon Hospital.
ALLEY OOP
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V. T. BAMLIN
Marriage Licenses
MILFORD, Harry Taverne, 20,
of Ft. Clayton, to ESPINO, Aida,
20, of Panama on June 12.
SPENCER, Harold Darlington.
28, of Panama, to TAPPIN, Verne
Emerson. 25. of Panama on June
13.
BATES, Eric John. 57. of Pan-
ama to DELEON. Margarita VI-
llarreal, 25, of Panama on June
KENNEDY. James Joseph. 24,
of Balboa, formerly of Lawrence,
Mass.. to FARWELL, Edith Wini-
fred, 28. of Balboa, formerly of
Watertown. Mass. on June 14.
CARD, Gilbert Wlnthrop, 28, of
Gamboa, to JEFFERS. Sylvia, 33,
of Panama on June 15.
JOHN80N. Harold J.. 27 of La
Boca to LOUIS. Mary M.. 24, of
Arraijan on June 15.
GRUNWALD. Walter, 30, of Al-
brook. formerly of Bayonne, New
Jersey to RODRIGUEZ, Santlaga
Clarivel, 24, of Panama on June
15.
PLUMMER. Edgar Eugene. 22.
of Ancon, formerly of Muir, Mi-
chigan, to ATKINSON, June
Claire, 20, of Ancon. June 15.
RHODES. Frederick Alexander,
51. of Red Tank to WHITE, Iris
Agatha 41, of Panama on June 18.
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New Broom Symington Sweeps
Another RFC Scandal Into View
By RAYMOND H. WILSON
WASHINGTON, June 19 (UP) RFC Administra-
tor W. Stuart Symington asked the Justice Department
last night to investigate a former RFC official who took
a $22,500-a-yar job" as vice president of the Texmass Pe-
troleum Corp., five months before leaving the Govern-
ment's employ.
Texmass borrowed $15,000,000 from the RFC and still
Prices Down As Chicago
Beef Marketing Resumes
CHICAGO, Cattle prices dropped yesterday
and major meat packers step-
ped up their purchases when
owes $13,768,962. Symington said prospects for repayment gg t be*r *%**
of the loan are 'not too good. jmarket.
He identified the official as Alan E. Freeze, 52, who| A spokesman for the u. 8
resigned last Sept. 28 as assytant comptroller of the IJFC. g^^o^Ag^iuu, said
In Dallas, Freeze denied that he was on the I exmass | close t0 compliance" with cell-
payroll before resigning fromrhe RFC.He said ^[^\^^^l^SSramV9
Prices dropped 25 to 50 cents
per hundred pounds at the
sprawling Chicago stockyards.
Armour and Co. buyers moved
In and purchased 800 head, a-
bout a third- to a half of what
fhey would normally buy but a
bin Improvement over purchases
of the last two weeks.
Swift and Co.. world's largest
packer, bought 200 head. Its
beef department was closed yes-
terday but the company said it
would be reopened today to pro-
cess the animals.
he came to Dallas the first of the summer and his resign-
ation wos not effective until September, "my^accumulated
annual leave was built up for that period." He said his
resignation had been submitted earlier.
Freeze worked for the RFC for
Symington said he has turned
over to the Justice Department
about 20 documents which Freeze
signed as vice president of Tex-
mass before resigning his Gov-
ernment post: They were dated
as early as April 18, 1960.
"If our information is correct.
Symington said, "this appears to
be a clear violation of the law
prohibiting federal employes
From accepting pay from private
companies doing business with
the Government."
A Senate Banking Subcommit-
tee, which investigated 'favorit-
ism and influence" In the RFC.
sharply criticized the Texmass
loan. But it did not touch on
Freezes alleged double employ-
ment.
The subcommittee did call at-,
tention to several other cases in
which RFC officials took Jobs
with firms which borrowed from
the Government agency. One
widely-publicl2ed case was that
of "expediter" Merl E. Young,
who was hired as an $18,000-a-
year executive of the Lustron
Housing Corp., after it obtained
$7,500.000 in RFC money.
Symington, who was named
single head of the RFC in a re-
form shakeup after the Senate
inquiry, told reporters he is de-
termined to break up the prac-
tice of RFC employes taking
jobs with successful loan appli-
cants.
"That must stop," he declared.
He said that in addition to the
Justice Department investiga-
tion, he has ordered RFC attor-
neys to sue Freeze for recovery of
the Government salary he receiv-
ed during the five months before
his resignation. His Government
salary was $10,750 a year.
Symington said RFC attorneys
also will bring civil suits against
Freeze for"more than 50 longdis-
tance telephone calls which were
made at Government expense on
Texmass business "and any oth-
er charges that the RFC may be
entitled to."
He added that if other offi-
cials of Texmass are shown to
have known that Freese was
still working for the Govern-
ment while acting as vice-pres-
ident of the firm, they also may
be liable to prosecution.
"Our assumption is that some-
thing is rotten in Denmark and
we intend to find out what it is." i March 6.
seven years before going to Tex-
mass.
Symington said he was "un-
happy" about the Texmass loan
even before he learned of the
Freeze affair.
Texmass has asked permission
of a Federal Court in Dallas to
So into receivership, but the mo-
Ion was set aside by an Appel-
late Court.
'Cash On Barrel'
Starling July 3
At Curundu Commy
Sales by cash Instead of cou-
pon will be Introduced at the
Commissary at Curundu effec-
tive July 3. it has been announced
at Balboa Heights.,
The cash purchase plan is be-
ing established at this store since
the volume of Commissary busi-
ness at Curundu is comparatively
small and the changeover can be
made with a minimum of equip-
ment and remodeling.
The new plan is being intro-
duced also In view of the fact
that many residents of several
communities in that area who
make purchases at this Commis-
sary, are Army and Navy person-
nel who are accustomed to cash
sales at post exchanges.
Very nearly the only change
that win be involved in the store
Itself as a result of the cash pur-
chase system will be provisions
for a central cashier in the annex
oi the Commissary in the Club-
house Building.
The sales system for house-
wares and drygoods in the annex
will be the same as that now in
effect in the annex of the Com-
missary at Ancon. A cash regis-
ter will be located at each of the
three present checkout stands in
the grocery section.
i
Sales personnel at the Curundu
store are now being trained for
the cash purchase system.
Cash was first used in Canal
commissaries at Ancon starting
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When the controversial roll-
back was launched June 4 the
big packers reused to buy any
cattle that were priced above
ceilings. Spokesmen for several
major firms said thev believed
prices would tumWe further it
supplies continue good.
Receipts at the nation's 12 big
livestock terminals totaled 66,000
head, compared with only 38.000
head last Monday. It was the
largest Monday supply since
Mv 14.
Market experts described the
suoply as "near normal" even
thoush it was considerably short
of the 75.977 that reached
market a year ago,
The Department of Agricul-
ture spokesman said that cattle
coming to market now are of
better grade, fattened and readv
for sale. Many of these animals
had been held back by farmers
and feeders when the rollback
took effect and inferior grades
were sent to market.
The spokesman said he be-
lieved farmers merelv went
through a "wait and see" period
and that there never was a "cat-
tle strike."
Although cattle supplies be-
gan picking up at the end of
last week and appeared to be
moving toward normal, spokes-
men for cattle producers warned
again that the controversial
Brice rollback will mean con-
nued curtailment of beef.
Loren E. Bamert. president of
the American National Livestock
Associntlon. said at Denver that
the rollbacks will cut beef sup-
plies because cattle raisers cant
make anv money under them;
The Oswald arid Hess Co.
Pittsburgh's largest Independent
packer, made plans to close
down next Saturday because of
Its inabilltv to bnv cattle in com-
pliance with ceilings. The shut-
down will throw 900 employes
out of work. The company said
today it would go Out of busi-
ness permanently.
. The National Association of
Retail Meat Dealers planned to
conduct a beef-cutting demon-
stration before Congressmen
Girl Scouts Must
Pay Camp Fees
In Balboa Office
Pacific Side Girl Scout and
Brownie Day Campers are re-
minded that tomorrow, June 20.
Is the last day to pay the balance
of their camp fee. The Brownie
Camp is filled to capacity. There
are. however, still a very few va-
cancies in the Intermediate camp
for girls from 10 to 14 who are
not required to be registered Girl
Scouts.
The Girl 8cout Office is on the
second floor in the Balboa Ele-
mentary School and will be open
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and from 1
to 4:15 p.m. tomorrow for the
transaction of camping business.
All campers are reminded that
they must present to the Camp
Nurses upon arrival, a health cer-
tificate which has been signed
within the week of Opening Day.
Pacific Residents
Favor All-Masonry
Houses i To 1
The Pacific Civic Council con-
ducted a housing survey of all
families In the Pacific side towns
of Ancon, Balboa, and Diablo
Heights during the months of
April and May. This survey was
conducted bv the Pacific Civic
Council in answer to a reauest
by the Engineering and Cons-
truction Engineer of The Pana-
ma Canal. Colonel G. K. Withers.
A total of 73% of the residents
polled preferred all-masonry
type quarters as against com-
posite type quarters similar to
those constructed at San Juan
Place.
The poll this year was con-
ducted under the chairmanship
of Mrs. R. G. Rennie.
Silver City Pool
(loses For Two Days
Joseoh Hussev Diet
At San Francisco
Joseph Henrv Hussev. a native
o Montserrat, died it 4 a. m.
today at his residence No. 14.
7th St. San Francisco.
Hussey's wife died only two
months ago. He was a retired
Panama Canal employe. He
worked for the Balboa Port Cap-
tain as a Canal deckhand.
Mr. Hussey is survived by
three sons William. David and
Austin and a daughter. Sarah.
Funeral arrangements have
not been announced.
The Silver City Swimming Pool
will be closed for cleaning tomor-
Thursdav to show them the pro- row and Thursday and will be
blems of retailers .under con-i reopened Friday,
trols. The Association contend- While the clean ng Is being
ed that cattle producers are some broken t tie will also be re-
holdlng back their best animals.; placed, necessitating the closing
"damaging both the retailer and of the pool for two days Instead
consumer." 'of the usual one for cleaning.
Orchid Chapter OES
Card Party Tomorrow
The Orchid Chapter of the Or-
der of the Eastern Star will
sponsor a card party at the Scot-
tish Rite Temle In Balboa to-
morrow at 7:30 p.m. Refresh-
ments will be served and there
will be prizes for each table and
a door prize. The price of ad-
mission Is $1 and tickets may be
bought at the door.
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Men, Women Held For Murder -|
After Picket Line Violence
SUMMERVILLE. Ga.. June 19,
(UP) Pickets turned over an
automobile full of women work-
ers at the strike-troubled Berry-
ton Mills yesterday, killing one
occupant, and sheriff Ruben Ly-
ons called for National Guard
help.
Twelve persons, slje of them
women, were arrested and charg-
ed with murder after survivors of
the upset car identified them as
members of the CIO textile work-
ers picket line who "handled" the
vehicle.
Reinforced Georgia highway
patrolmen drew their guns to
prevent the group from turning
over a second car, witnesses said,
and the violence subsided.
More than 20 troopers had ar-
rived by the time the single shift
of workers some 100 of the
mill's normal 300 employes left
the plant at 4 p.m. Except for
catcalls from the picket line,
there was no further trouble.
Deputies, however, picked
three men out of the line and ar-
rested them on murder charges
In connection with the death of
Miss Nellie Tucker. 45, bringing
the number jailed on the charges
to twelve.
Sheriff Lyons of Chattooga
County, tearing that "this thing
is going to get worse," appealed
directly to Gov. Herman Tal-
madge to send National Guards-
men to safeguard lives and pro-
perty.
Talmadge. however, said that
he did not wish to send troops to
Summerville except as a "last re-
sort." He said that if Lyons felt
that his force and the highway
patrol could not maintain order
he should Join with the local
judge and solicitor general la
formally requesting troop.
"Wo felt that with the heip of
the state patrol we had the strike
under control until this morning
it reached the riot stage," Lyons
said.
About 7:45 a.m., the sheriff
said, a flurry began and was- cli-
maxed with the death of Miss
Nellie Tucker, 45-year-old non-
striker. The sheriff was at an-
other part of the mill at the
time, serving subpoenas. A total
of 91 arrests have been made
since the strike was called two
weeks ago.
"A line of cars was waiting to
enter the plant," the sheriff said.
"An old model car pulled across
the front of the line and 20 or 30
people on the picket, line came
up." the sheriff said.
Lt. C. P. Peacock of the high-
way patrol prevented the crowd
from upsetting the lead oar but
while he was doing that a group
jumped the fourth car in the
line, in which Miss Tucker was
riding.
"The woman was riding in the
outside seat in front of the car
and as lt began toppling over she
tried to leap out." the sheriff
said. "Her head was crushed be-
tween the open door and the bo-
dy of the car."
Deputies and troopers arrested
nine persons on the spot who
were identified by witnesses as
participating In the upset.
The union called a strike two
weeks ago after failing to get tor
gether with Berryton Mills, Inc..
on a contract. The CIO union had
won two collective bargaining
elections for the right to repre-
sent 300 production and main-
tenance employes.
Both union and company ob-
tained Injunctions in connection
with the strike but violence ba-
gan almost immediately. It had
been confined to the hurling of
missiles at carloads of non-strik-
ers for the first days but then a
dynamite attempt was reported.
Sunday night, another bias
blew up a section of the Berryton
water system, fed by a soring,
and the mill town was without
drinking water today.
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A report in June Reader's Digest
gives the latest scientific answers.
gasea1 on recent tests fer tha mili-
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ereloriet, this helpful article tells
when and why you should wear sun-
glassesand gives you one simple
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^Giants Win Thriller To Gain On Idle Dodgers
iJVlaglie Checks Cardinals.
pWith Victory Relief Job
2. By Untied Press
NEW YORK, June 19 Monte Irvin gave the Giants
o 5-4 victory over the Cardinals in St. Louis last night with
a bases loaded single in the 12th inning. The triumph put
the second place Giants five and one half gomes behind
the idle first place Dodgers.
Line Warned About Maca iron's Upset Features PAA
Mes Of September
Four error prolonged the con-
test. The Giants could have won
It in nine Innings on the basis of
Willie Mays' two-run homer and ,
an earlier bases empty homer by
Whitey Lockman.
But even after Alvln Dark made
It 4-2 with another homer in the
top of the ninth the Olants fell
apart again and an error by Eddie
Btanky on a doubleplay grounder
et up the tying Cardinal runs.
Sal Maglie, the top victory
nan In the majors, won bis ele-
venth fame in a relief role
yielding one run in three in-
nings and striking out two bat-
ters at the climactic moments.
. A double by Henry Thompson
and walks to Lockman and Wes
Westrum preceded Irvln's game
Winning single.
In the only other scheduled Na-
tional League game the Cubs
pulled out a ninth inning victory
over the Braves 5-4 at Chicago
'when Bob Borkowski singled to
drive home new Cub catcher
Bruce Edwards.
. It was a tight game until Bor-
kowski broke it up. Johnny Kllpp-
stein, who struck out two batters
and a third on a force out. was
the winner. Sid Gordon hit a
homer for the Braves,
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Bob Peiler, with some airtight
help from Lou Brissle, won his
tenth game against a lone defeat
and his sixth straight 9-7 over
the Red Sox at Boston where he
uffered that one loss previously.
It looked as if he might lose
there again when the Red Sox
made three runs in the ninth
as both he and Mike Garcia
> --------______^-_^_____
Faces In
The Majors
failed to stem the tide. But
Brissie came in and struck out
Billy Goodman then got John-
ny Pesky on an infield out with
the bases loaded to end the
game.
At one time the Indians led 8-0
and Feller apparently coasted a
little too much. Al Rosen. Ike
Boone and Sam Chapman hit In-
dian homers while Pesky con-
nected one for the Red Sox.
No other American League
games were scheduled.
Grace Morris Low
Gross In P.W.G.A.
Monthly Tournament
The monthly tournament of
the Panam women's Golf Asso-
ciation was held Saturday, June
16. at the Panam Golf Club.
Grace Morris was low gross with
an 87.
When the Bingo Bango Bongo
points were counted. B. Tyrell
and M. White were high, each
wit ha 37. Connie Bishop won the
nine-hole tournament over C.
Heurtematte, M. Vandergrlft and
N. Brown.
Other prizes went to:
V. Prince....... .. 32 points
R. Anderson. .. . 28 "
W. La vera..... 28 M
Grace Morris .. . 28 "
Thelma Godwin . 26 "
Ruth Lincoln .. . 26 "
Alice French .. . 25 "
Pat Williams .. . 25 "
Jackie Home .. . 24 "
Louise Jones .. . 24 "
M. Hammond .. . 24 "
23 "
22 "
Ellen Kenna .. . 22 "
M. Uhrlng..... 21 "
S. Carpenter .. W. Walters..... JO "
20 "
L Morris...... 18 "
B. Gorsich..... 18 "
Connie Oetraiu . 17 "
10 "
4VM
CUatHartung
Monte Irvin
Mrs. Sylva Carpenter announc-
ed the tohrnament at Gamboa in
July. Alice French presented the
golf prizes which had been pur-
chased from the Pro Shop at the
Panam Golf Club. In addition
Mr. Macarrn donated a golf les,
son and Buddy Hammond donat-
ed a nice prize.
BY UNITED PRESS
In some off the diamond news.
General Manager Billy Evans of
the Detroit Tigers has a word of
caution for Frank Lane, who has
the same Job with the Chicago
White Sox. Evans wants Lane to
beware of the ides of September.
"Sure Lane can afford to strut,
now.'' says Evans, "but let him
wait until September before he
starts thinking in terms of a pen-
nant."'
Evans adds, "I know how he
feels now because we were on top
ourselves for 133 days last sea-
son, then came September and
the roof fell In. If he takes my ad-
vice," says Evans, "he should
fortlfv himself now for the In-
evitable ides of September."
While on the subject of the
White Sox, Evans recalled how he
sent them pitcher Billy Pierce.
"We were desperate for
catcher at the time," Evans says.
"and the White Sox were willing
to give up Aaron Robinson.
"We wanted a catcher we could
depend on for at least three sea-
sons and Robinson turned out to
be exactly that for us. At first
Lane wanted Ted Gray," says Ev-
ans, "but we talked him Into
Pierce and $10,000.
The subject turned from the
White Sox to the Tigers and Ev-
ans admits he doesn't think De-
troit Is quite strong enough this
year to be rated a real pennant
threat.
"The batting slump of Hoot Ev-
ers haa hurt us a lot." says Evans.
"We thought he would snap out
of it." adds the Tiger general
manager, "but he didn't. I think
he's pressing too hard."
The New York Olants.have op-
tioned pitcher Roger Bowman to
their Ottawa farm club In the
International League. The Giants
recalled pitcher Frank Hardy,
who has pitched two one-Jilt
ernes so. far this season with Ot-
wa.
Hardy is a 38-year-old right-
hander, He comes to the Olants
highly recommended by an all-
time Olant great, Carl Hubbell.
Tourney; Johnny, Hammond Win
American League
The Brooklyn Dodgers have
signed 20-year-old Robert Lillia.
The y o u n g s t e rwho played
shortstop for the University of
Southern Californiahas been
assigned to Mobile in the South-
ern Association.


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Cleveland .
Detroit . .
Washington
St. Louis .
Philadelphia ... 18 37 .317
. ... 38 17 .691
. ... 34 21 63t
.... 33 23 .58S
. . M . T 26 28 .536
26 .560
. ... 21 32 .396
.... 18 37 .327
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Washington (N).
Detroit at Philadelphia (N).
Cleveland at Boston (Ni,
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 011 240 0018 14 0
Boston 000 020 2037 10 1
Feller (10-1), Garcia. Brissle
and Hegan; Taylor (4-6J. Nixon,
Masterson, Kinder and Moss.
(Only Game Scheduled.)
Little League
LOCAL RATE
National League
Teams
Brooklyn.
New York ,
St. Louis .
Cincinnati.
Boston......
Philadelphia. .
Chicago ....',
Pittsburgh. . .
Won
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24
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Lost Pet.
19 .655
27 .550
28 .509
28 .491
36 .483
30 .464
29 .453
33 .389
TODAYS GAMES
Boston at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N).
New York at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 001 101 0104 9 0
Chicago 010 012 0015 12 1
Bickford. Cole (0-2), Schacht
and Mueller; Hiller. Leonard,
Kllppsteln (4-3) and Edwards.
Won Lost Pet.
Twin City Rookies'. 3 .8 LtM
If ill La Bocana ... 2 1 .667
Fergus Cubs .... 1 2 .333
Monticello Ganib.. 6 2 .6*6
Before an overflow crowd at
the La Boca Ball Park, yesterday,
IU1 La Bocans edged Fergus La
Boca Chba, 7 to 6. In a spine-tin-
gling gaitte of the. Local Rate Lit-,
tie League.
In the nip and tuck thriller.
If 111 La Bocans scored two runs
in the first inning, one in the
second, two in the fifth, and,
trailing 5-6, surged for two mark-
ers In the final frame.
The Fergus Cubs pushed across
a lone tally in the first and re-
peated In the seeond. Two-run
rallies In the fourth and fifth
gave them the lead until it was
wiped out in the sixth by an Ifill
rally.
Robert Pate, who relieved A.
Watson in the fourth was | tre
winning pitcher. Southpaw Karl
Sinclair went the Journey for
Fergus Cubs in losing a heart-
breaker. The Ifill sluggers lash-
ed out 11 hit*. The losers bagged
eight safeties.
(Night GameTwelve Innings)
N. York O00 100 201 0015 15 4
St. Lois 010 001 002 0004 12 2
Koslo, Maglte (11-3) (9) and
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Fergus La Boca Cubs
A. Brown, ss......
A. Howel), 2b......
D. Jolley, of......
W. St. Louie., e ....
C. Griffith. If.....
J.Howard. 3b......
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R. Brown, 2b.. ..
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2 1 2
Totals............26 7 11
The Twin City Rookies conti-
nued their merry way towards
Pennantvllle in the Local Rate
Little League by downing Monti-
cello Gamboana, 6 to 3, at Santa
Cruz, yesterday.
O. Timling, the winning hurl-
er. was relieved by R. Jimenez in
the fourth. E. Scott, tagged with
the defeat, relinquished in the
fourth to M. Grant. The unde-
feated Twin City Rookies made
six hits while Monticello Gam-
boans were rationed to three
safeties.
The box score:
Twin City Rookies AB K H
R Samuels, 2b........ 3 0 2
H. Gittens, ss........ 3 0 0
L. Blades, lb-c...... 3 0 1
R. Jimenez, 3b-p...... 3 0 1
H. Holder, If........ 3 1 1
R. Mollnar. cf....... 3 2 2
A. Titus, rf........ 3 2 1
R. Blades, c-3b...... 2 1 0
G. Timllng, p........ 3 0 0
Totals ..
26 6 8
Monticello Gamkoans AB R H
F. Malcolm, cf....... 1 0 0
F. Modelo, lb........ 2 0 1
C. Baxter, 3b........ 2 1 1
8. Duncan. If........ 2 1 2
E. Fardin, cf........ 3-0 0
L. Kennel, rf........ i o l
A. Levy, rf.......... 2 0 0
M. Grant, ss-p...... 3 0 0
C. Welsh. 2b........ 2 0 1
E Scott, p........... 3 0 0
H. Warren, c......... 2 1 2
Totals............23~3 8
Wednesday's games: Fergus
Cubs vs. Ifill La Bocans at La Bo-
ca, 4:30 p.m.; Monticello Gani-
boans vs. Twin City Rookies, ati
Red Tank. 4:30 p.m.
(Only Games Scheduled.)
Sports Briefs
NEW YORK,, June 19 (UP)
Owner George Wldener's Tahlt(-
an maintained his record of never
running out of the money yester-
day by winning the Isllp Purse
at Belmont Park. The twp-year*-
old black gelding now has start-
ed three races, won two and fin-
ished second In the other.
Jockey George Hettinger took
Tahitlan Into the lead midway
down the flve-furlong sprint on
the straight course and went on
to win by a length and one-half
over Row Row Row. The favorite
Bootleggerled through the
first half but dropped back for
third at the finish.
Tahitian Was timed In 57 and
two-flftt seconds and returned
$7 80, 24.80 and $2.90.
GOLFLittle Louise' Suggs of
Carrollton, Georgia, fired a seV-
en-under-par 68 yesterday to
lead early finishers In the quali-
fying round of the Women's
Western Open Golf Tournament
at Philadelphia. Miss Suggs' score
Is the second best In the 22-year
history of the tourney and only
two strokes off the men's record
on the Whitemarah Valley Coun-
try Club course.
TENNISTwelve Americans
eight women and four menhave
won their opening matches in the
London Lawn Tennis Champion-
ships. The tourney is the tradi-
tional tupe-up for the interna-
tionally f a .n o u s Wimbledon
matches which start next week.
The first week end In which all
flights were In action in the PAA
Invitational Tournament at
Gamboa saw many changes.
Some were predicted, but some
were considered upsets.
Charley MacMurray's decisive
defeat of Anbal Macarrn was
the outstanding match. While
many know Charley's ability to
rise to the needs of the occasion,
few expected him to shut out Ma-
carrn with such an overwhelm-
ing advantage as 5 and 4. It is re-
ported that Charley played spec-
tacularly especially on.No. 6 and
No. 12. On each occasion Macar-
rn was within "gimme" distance
of the hole for birdies which
would have cut Charley's advan-
tage to 1 up, while Charley's ball
was Just off the. green. Both
times Charley sank his approach
shot for birdfe which halved the
hole and took the heart out of
Macarrn.
Johnny MacMurray and Jim
Rlley played the tight match that
was expected of them. Johnny
was two up going into No. 11, but
lost this one when he three put-
ted. No. 12 was halved and Jim
won No. 13 to even the match.
Both parred No. 14, but Johnny
took 15 and 16 and when 17 was
halved the match was over 2 and
one.
Buddy Hammond was red hot
and Charlie Wood had a bad day.
Buddy won this One 7 and 6.
Hammond meets Johnny Mac
this coming week end in the
match that many believe will de-
cide the winner of the Champion-
ship Flight.
A. Galindo's defeat of Lombrola
was unexpected, probably because
the ability of these young fellows
has been overlooked. Lombrola's
putting was not as good as usual
and herein lies the story of his
defeat. Galindo appears to be a
comer and with additional sea-
soning in tougn competition, his
name will be prominent In Isth-
mian golfing circles. This match
went to Galindo 3 and 1.
Chandeck defeated Trim, Jr. 1
up in a match that could have
gone either way. Trim tried hard
and succeded in cutting Chan-
deck's early lead to an even ba-
sis, but he was never successful
in getting Chandeck.
Corsale shot even par to defeat
Jankus 4 and 3. This match was
played Saturday afternoon im-
mediately after a rain shower
which softened the greens that
had caused much trouble to the
morning golfers. Corsale was on
and hi* pitching and putting were
irresistible. Tony gave his all, b.ut
it was Al's day.
Lewter defeated Beall 2 up
when he sank a long putt on No.
18. This match see-sawed back
and forth with first Beall up and
then Lewter. Both men had trou-
ble with shots not holding on the
greens, but in the final holes
Lewter got the breaks to forge
ahead.
The Gerrans-Schenck match
was also an up and down affair
for both players. Gerrans Was
two up coming into 17. which
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 6)
Highly Rated Black Pico
To Meet Juan Diaz II
June 24 In Colon Arena
Ex-Boxer Captured
By (ity Detective
After Street Fight
TAMPA, Fla.. June 19 (UP)
An ex-welterwelght boxer of New
York was captured yesterday by
city detective Walter Henrlch af-
ter a fight on the streets.
He was Identified as Edward
Letaon. 22, of Brooklyn who
fought under the names of Rich-
ard Grove, Edward Lestor and
Walter* Upon.
Officers said Letson. who Is on
?srole for manslaughter In New
ork, attempted to hang himself
In Jail and was removed to the
mental ward of Tampa Hospital.
Officers said he also was wanted
for alleged robberies of hotels
here and in Hollywood, Fla.
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meet Colon's Juan Diaz II In a
ten-round main bout at the Co-
lon Arena Sunday night, June 24.
The visitor, who is the fly-
weight champion of Cuba, nut on
a brilliant exhibition before a
good crowd for the benefit of the
Colon Boxing Commission and
the fans liked what they saw be-
cause they ctaeerd Pico long and
loud after he completed the work
out.
Pico has been rated among the
top ten in the world in the 112-
pound division for th last two
yean. In the latest issue of the
Ring Magaxine Pico is rated
ninth among the little men.
The Cuban will give a three-
round exhibition against two lo-
cal lads Thursday night at the
Panam Gym during the ama-
teur program.
Sunday night's card in Colon
will include two six-round semi
finals and one four-round pre-
liminary.
Steven Bennett and Perky Per-
kinton will clash in the main sub-
feature at 126 pounds. The see-
ond semi-final brings together
Byron Cumberbatch and Leslie
Thompson at an 118-pound limit.
The preliminary will be be-
tween Baby Eastman and Al Ste-
wart at 118 pounds.
Admission prices foe the pro-
gram will be S3 (three dollars)
reserved ringside, $2 (two dol-
lars) general ringside and 81
(one dollar) general admission.
Children 86.58.
Pearl Trim Upsets Jim RHey In
Juvenia Watch Goif Tournament
In the feature match of the
wek Pearl Trim upset Jim Rlley
2 and 1 in the Juvenia Watch
Handicap Golf Tournament at
Summit Hills Golf Club. Pearl
was three strokes over her own
course record at the end of the
round. Jim shot a 77 to go down
In defeat.
Other upsets of the week's
matches Included John Davis,
shooting an 84 with a 17 handicap
defeated. Louise Reynolds 5 and
3; Harry Wlllenbrock, shooting
an 86 with a 17 handicap, defeat-
ed Evelyn Judson, who shot an
84 with a 14 handicap, 1 up; Pres
Trim, Jr. defeated George Rlley,
shooting a 73, 1 up; and Bill Le-
Brun defeated Al Saarlnn 4 and
3.
Other results of the 2nd round
matches were: Jasper Strlr-.kler
defeated Jim DesLondeg 1 up In
20 holes; Gene Hochstedler de-
feated Ruth Presley 3 and 2; Nel-
lie Whitney defeated Dtefc Egolf,
2 up; Jack Smith defeated Don
(Secret Weapon McNevln 8 and
7; Gertrude Smedley defeated J.
R. Olson 2 and 1; Dick Thompson
defeated Phil Whitney 4 and 2;
Bud Balcer defeated G. A. Reyn-
olds 4 and 3; W. A. Daniels de-
feated Johnnie Hardyman 2 up;
Pres Trim, Sr. defeated Jim Hin-
kle 1 up: "Shanky" Moran de-
feated G. H. Peacod 1 Up; Maury
Muller defeated Dick Bernettf 3
and l.
Pairings, for tr>p week ending
June 24 ace as follows:
Pearl Trim vs. Jasper Strlckler.
Gene Hochstedler vs. Nellie-
Whitney.
Bill LeBrun vs. Jack Smith.
Paul Moran vs. Gertrude Smed-
ley.
Harry Willenbrock vs. Dick
Thompson.
Maury Muller vs. Bud Balcer.
John Davis vs. Pres Trim, Jr.
W. A. Daniels vs. Pres Trim, Sr.
Contestants are urged to con-
tact their opponents to schedule
matches before the week end, 1
possible. If no previous arrange-
ments have been made, 8:00 a.m.
Sunday is established as tha>
starting time for those matches.
Consolation Flight pairings ara
as follows (first match must ho
p'ayed by Sunday evening, Juno
24. with the rules as to starting
times same as the Charrrplonsnin
Match);
Betty Coleman vs. Jlnt Rlley,
Verhe Anderson vs. Jim Des-
Londes. \
Harriet Hochstedler vs. Ruth
Presley.
Bye vs. R. H. Egolf.
H. Tettenburn vs. Al Saarinen.
Bye vs. Don McNevln.
Dick Colston vs. G. H. Pescod.
J. R. Olson vs. Bye.
M. B. Huff vs. Evelyn Judson.
John Towery vs. PhlJ. Whitney.
Wilma Lavers vs. Dick Bernett.
Bye s. O, A. Reynolds.
Bart Ellch vs. Louise Reynolds.
George Rlley vs. Bye.
Ed Pratt vs. Johnny Hardyman.
Bye vs. Jim Hlnkle.
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MRS. SCHEIBLA HON0R8 MBS. ADOLFO ARIAS
AND OTHER IAWC OFFICERS AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. Harry D. SchelbU, rounder and honorary president
of the Inter-American Women1! Club, was the hostess at a
luncheon today In the Balboa Room of the Hotel El Panama
honoring Mrs. Adolfo Arlas, retiring president of the organ-
Alto in attendance were Mrs. Eugene C. Lombard, the
newly elected president of the organisation; Mrs. Francia K.
Newcomer. Mrs. William H. H. Morris, Jr., Mrs. Albert M.
Bledsoc, and Mrs. Remon Guisado, honorary ylce-presldents;
Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke, newly oloctad prosldent of the Colon
nit of the I.A.W.C.; Mrs. GmBther Hirsehfold, retiring presi-
dent of the Colon unit; Mrs. Virgil M. Shaw. Maria Isabel
Urlbe. and Mrs. S. M. Hamilton, past presidents; Olga Lelg-
nadier, Mercedes Chen. Mrs. Henry DonoTan, and Elisa Heur-
teaiatte, rice-presidents.
Despedida Set for
Colonel and Mrs. Eaton
Colonel and Mrs. R. P. Eaton
will be the guests of honor at a
despedida to be given by the of-
llcera and ladles of Headquar-
ters Caribbean Command at the
Quarry Height Officers' Club on
Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Colonel and Mrs. Eaton will be
leaving soon for West Point, N.Y.,
where Colonel Eaton has been
assigned to duty at the United
SUtes Military Academy.
Consul and Mrs. Gerrity
Entertain Guests
Mr. and Mrs. John McLaughlin
of Scranton, Pa., accompanied by
their daughter, Eileen, arrived
yesterday on the S.S. Panama
from New York for a visit of four
days here as the house guests of
the United States Consul and
Mrs. Charles M. Gerrity.
Dr. Raymond Returns
from U.S. Visit
Dr. Frank Raymond of Vista
del Mar returned by plane yester-
day from a vacation of several
weeks spent In New York, New
Jersey and Florida.
Brisooes Entertain
t Rehears*! Dinner
Dr. and Mrs. C. Dewltt Brlscoe
entertained with a buffet supper
at their home In Bella Vista last
evening following the rehearsal
for the wedding of Miss Mary
Martin Newland and Dr. William
Franklin Clary, who will be mar-
ried tomorrow evening at the Ca-
thedral of St. Luke In Ancon.
With Miss Newland andT Dr.
Clary, the guests Included the
members of the bride's family and
the wedding party. Out-of-town
guests were Dr. Clary's mother,
Mrs.. William F. Clary of Mem-
phis, Tenn., and Mrs. A. B.
Ooodenow of Miami. Fla., Who
arrived recently to attend the
wedding and are the house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William Ken-
neth Newland, parent of the
bride-elect.
Rehearsal Dinner for
Flummer-Atkinson Nuptials
Following the rehearsal for
their weddrnjc which will take
lace oh Thursday evening at
:30 o'clock, Miss June Claire At-
kinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. I. Atkinson of Ancon and Mr.
Edgar E. Plummerwere honored
t a rehearsal dinner at the First
Baptist Church at Balboa Heights
last evening, given by the par-
ents of the bride-to-be.
With Miss Atkinson and Mr.
Plummer, the guests included the
members of .he bridal party:
Miss Anita Harris, who will be
the maid of honor; the Misses
Judith Ann Smith, Mary Emma
Smith. Susan Hutchings and
Carol Sargeant. who will be
bridesmaids; Dave Keller, who
will be the best man; Ed Perry,
Archie Sanchea, Ronnie Burhoe,
nd Paul McConnell. who will be
ushers.
Other guests were Rev. and
Mrs. William Beeby. Mrs. McCon-
nell. Mr. and Mrs. Delmas Swaf-
ford, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Rinker,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cotton and
Mr. and Mrs. David Smith.
wife of the Governor of the Pan-
ama Canal and Miss Elisa Heur-
tematte, spent the week-end in
El Valle as the house guests of
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Vallarlno.
Theater Guild Tryeuts
To Be Soon
The Theater Guild will have
tryouta for their forthcoming
productions in the near future.
All Isthmians who are interested
in joining the group should ad-
dress Membership Chairman
Amy V.Sartain, Box 3848, Balboa.
A membership in the Theater
Guild entitles the Joiner to try
out for all productions and to do
backstage work In lighting, scen-
ery construction, make-up. direc-
tion, etc. Each membership also
includes tickets to five plays for
the coming season.
Bride-To-Be Honored
a* Shower Friday
Miss Anita Campbell was the
guest of honor at a lingerie
shower given Friday evening by
Mrs. Malcolm Davis and Mrs.
Maxlne Mara at the home of
Miss Campbell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Campbell. In Balboa.
Guests for the occasion were
Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Ruth Kella-
her. Mrs. Paul Karst. Sr.. Mrs.
Paul Karst, Jr., Mrs. Norman
Terry, Mrs. Maria Wallace, Mrs.
Frank Miller. Mrs. Clifford
Moore. Mrs. John Kaplan. Mrs.
Lewis HUslnger.
Also the Misses Jeanette Mc-
Keown, Lorraine Terry, Ruth
McArthur, Elizabeth Giavelll and
Dawn Campbell.
Former Mexican President
Is Visiting Here
The former president of Mexi-
co. Emilio Portes, arrived recent-
ly In Panama City and Is a guest
at the Hotel El Panama.
Miss Arias and
Mr. Andreve Honored
Harmodlo Arias, Jr.. Carlos Mo-
rales and Nat Mndez were hosts
I.A.W.C. Board Will
Mee*. Tomorrow
The Inter-American Women's
Club will hold a board meeting
at JO a.m. tomorrow at the club
headquarters on Shaler Road.
Week-End Spent
at El Valle
The Ambassador of Spain to
Panama and the Countess.of Ra-
bago, Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer.
V It's a delicious boverag*
V it contain no stimulant
V it help you enjoy a restful sleep
V it's prepared right in the cup
witb hot water or milk
Oet POSTUM (day
Scouts Inaugurate
New Troop No. 13
Of Camp Coiner
Another troop of the Interna-
tional Boy Scouts of the Canal
Zone was formally Inaugurated
Sunday morning, with the pre-
sentation 0/ a charter to troop
No. 13 of Camp Coiner at Mount
Hope ball park.
Presentation was made by the
president of the local council,
William Jump. The scout execu-
tive, Raymond George, took part
In the ceremony.
Attending the event was a full
complement of troops Nos. 1, 3, 4
anO 12 of Silver City and repre-
sentatives from troops Nos. 2, 5,
6, 7 and 8, besides troop commlt-
teemen of No. 13 and members of
the local council.
A parade followed through the
streets of 811ver City and back to
Camp Coiner, where the social
side of the program was carried
out.
Troop No. 13 Is being sponsored
by a group of public spirited re-
sidents of Camp Coiner as a com-
munity troop.
The Pacific District Committee
will meet in Paraso school Fri-
day at 7:30 p.m.
at a cocktail party given Satur-
JUST A CUT?
Don't risk infection!
Ctense it promptly, and apply
BAND-AID
iofcHjw fJotWeoH
s
'! TMH4UK.
*6U U lov rfM creamy, tatty puddings!
r Thrifty and aty to make, tool
\ 1 / /
f^occ
>%&* XlJUIrOl
Just atfe) milk, tee* 5 mlnwtes.
day evening In honor of Miss Ana
Lucrecia Arias and her flanee,
Guillermo Andreve, whose mar-
riage will take place on Saturday
at Cristo Rey Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Sinnott Will
Entertain House Guests
Mr. and Mrs. John Abbatemar-
co. accompanied by their daugh-
ter, Terry, will sail tomorrow
from New York aboard the S.S.
Cristobal. They will spend the
summer here with Mrs. Abbate-
marco's brother-in-law and la-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sinnott
of Ancon.
Three Gamblers Who
Ducked Kefauver
Queries For Trial
NEW ORLEANS. June 19 (UP)
Four New Orleans, gambling
figures, targets of the recent
Senate Crime Investigating
Committee in New Orleans, will
be tried for contempt of Con-
gress In August.
Federal Judge Herbert chrls-
tenberry set trial dates today
for Carlos and Anthony Mar-
cello, brothers: Joseph Poretto
and John J. Fogarty.
Chrlstenberry denied motions
to dismiss Indictments against
the quartet, which was charged
with contempt of Congress In
refusing to answer questions of
the Kefauver Committee.
Carlos Marcello. called bv TJ.
8. Sen. Estes Kefauver. D.. Term.
"one of the most vicious crim-
inals In America." will be tried
Aug. 13: his brother. Anthonv.
Aug. 20. Joseph Poretto, Aug. 27;
and Fogarty Aug. 30.
1,000 US Scouts
Going To Austrian
Summer Jamboree
The Boy Scouts of America
will be represented by 1.000
Scouts and Leaders at the Se-
venth World Jamboree at Bad
Ischl, Austria from August 3 o
13, according to word received
by Scout Executive John R. Barr
of the Canal Zone Council, from
Dr. Arthur A. Bchuck, Chief
Scout Executive. About 15,000
Scouts and leaders of 26 nations
will camp together, a great as-
sembly of the free youth of the
world.
Sailing from New York on Julv
13 aboard the Home Lines S. 8.
Argentina, engaged for the east-
ward journey, will be about 800
Scouts and leaders from all
parts of the United States. Ex-
penses will be met generally by
the Scouts themselves. In some
instances funds will be made
available in full or part by
Troop sponsors including com-
munity groups, Churches and
veteran posts.
The remaining 200 Scouts and
Leaders In the American Con-
tingent will be from Scout Units
abroad among American citizens
living in Saudi Arabia, Greece,
France, Germany, and Swit-
zerland.
The American boys will occu-
py parts of four-sub amps, liv-
ing side by side with Scouts of
other nations, making It easy
for the campers to build friend-
ships, and understanding among
lads of all nations, faces and
creeds.
On one morning the American
Contingent will be host.at break-
fast to the world leaders of
Scouting with hot -cakes, sau-
sages, coffee, doughnuts and
other typical American foods on
the menu.
American Indian dances and
camp fire ceremonials will be
features of the American con-
tingent. Pageantry will depict
the winning of the wild west
and the pioneers who helped to
build America.
OFF
DURING
JUNE
On ALL Conventional (78 RPM)
COLUMBIA
RECORD
ALBUMS
Popular Semi-Classical Classical
Cyrnos Gill Shop Ca. Cyrnos, Si.
No. 16 Tivoll Ave. No. 1 J. F. de la Ossa Ave.
(Across from Ancon Playshed) (Tlvoli Crossing)
HERO HONOREDPfc. Wil-
liam Thompson, 22, of New
York, will be awarded the Con-
gressional Medal of Honor post-
humously for heroism In Ko-
rea. Thompson was killed as he
stuck to his machine gun to
cover his comrades, even
though wounded repeatedly. He
is the first Negro to win the
honor sjnee the Spanish-Amer-
ican War.
For
BIRTHDAY
CARDS
Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Avenue
Opposite Ancon P.O.
Asthma Coughs
Don't cough and cough, strange, gasp
ana choke ao bad that you can hardly
breath, or aleendon't aufter another
day from Bronchitis or Aithma without
trying M.ntfaeo. Thla great Internal
medicina, r.cantly developed by a
aclentlfla American laboratory, works
through the blood, thus reaching your
lung and bronchial tubes. Thar why
Mendaco work, ao faat to help you three
way.. 1. Helps nature dissolve and re.
Biove thick strangling mucus. 2. Pro-
mote, free easy breathing and sound
sleep so you soon feel O.K. J. Quietly
alleviates coughing, wheeling, sneez-
ing. Get Mendaco from your druggist
today. See how much better you msy
sleep tonight and how much better yog
nay teal tomorrow.
Tibu are Invited
to Drive the Worlds
Most Modern Car
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Our of the world's greatest road per-
formers. Recently Nash Ambassa-
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712 miles in offieisl competition.
Compare it, drive it. Here's yoajr
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Comb in and drive the 1951 Nata
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next car you buy. Before you deride,
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ning Scat, Twin Beds.
1951
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WIN slOOoo WEEKLY - WITH "LUCKY" MONTEZUMA!



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FHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
i '"Ti- T-Tl -n~T
TUESDAY. JUNE 19, 1951
The More You Tell hie Quicker You Sell !^S\
USE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS^
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
J2 words
-3t each additional
rword.
LEWIS SERVICE
(to. 4 toh An.
Phone 2-mi
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de l.e
Panama.
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July At*.
Phone 2-9441
BOTICA CARLTON
10.05* Melnde/ Ave.
Phone 255Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. S5 Weal lZlh Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" StreetPanam
No. 12.17* Central Ave.Col.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 1949 Nash "600"
ten 2 door itian, all new tirtl
rid Mat coven. A food cleon car.
Only $197 down and) drive it away.
COLPA N MOTORS INC.. yaur
FORD. MERCURY dealer, an au-
famobile raw.
---,
FOR SALE:1949 Pontioc 8, Four
Door Sedan. rodio, $1.785.00.
Duly Paid, Tel. Bolboa 2984.
FOR SALE:1946 Lincoln 4 deer *-
dan. freen, good white tide wall
tire*. puih-butlon windewt, A
wonderful buy. Only $397 dewn
payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD, MERCURY dealer, en
1 automobile rew.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator. Westing-
house, 9 cu. ft. less than 2 Yrs.
old. More than 30?o off original
price. Tel. 4-523.
FOR SALE:General Electric Radio.
7 bands. 2 mahogany end tables
MISCELLANEOUS
Oo yen nave e drinkinf problem-
Write Alcoholic! Anonymoui
Be 2011 Anean. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
RESORTS
mahogony center table. Mahogany;FOR SALF:High gloss oil paint
and enamels. Mildew-proof. $3.25
gallon. Tropidur* Stores.
JIOR-SALE: 1948 Dodge, 2-door
sedan, many extras. Excellent con-
dition, best offer over $1.200.00.
Quarters 107-C, Novol Station,
West Bank. Tel. 3295.
FOR SALE:1946 Cuetont Da Sota,
4 door aedan, green, 4 good tiras.
plailic eat cover, radia. Tkit car
i> a iteol. Only $298 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
5 piece bedroom set, single bed.
Pedro Miguel 185-C. Telephone
576.___________________________
FOR SALE:Simmons Studio Couch,
lotest style, con be converted
into double bed. Simmons double
bed with spring. RCA Q-34, 7
tubes. Floor lamps and ash tray
set, bronze. Everything new. No.
23 oportment 7, 50th Street, cor-
ner of Venezuela.
FOR SALE:Mahogony double bed,
Beautyrest mattress, Coldspot refri-
gerator. See before 6 p. m. No.
23. Apt. 8, 50th Street.
FOR SALE:West inghouse refriger-
ator, 25 cycle, porceloin nride and
FOR SALE: Genuine Muskrot Fur
Coat, size 12 to 14, matching hot
$100.00. 243-B, Sibert. Gatun.
FOR SALE:Five tires ond tubes,
standard for oil lotest model, very,
gcod condition, will sell everything
for $75.00. House 2141-A, Sixth
Street, Curundu.
Mothers, child specialists recommend
JUMPIN6-JACK Shoes for correct
wolklng habits from the cradle to
4 years. Sold exclusively of SABY-
LANDIA. No 40. 44th street.
Bella Vista. Tel. 3.1259.
Sromlich's Santa Clara beach-
cot toges. Electric Ice boxes, gat
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
Shrapnel's colleges ON BEACHo
Santo Clara. See owner there. Phohw
Balboa 2820.
Villioms Santa Clora Beoch Cortoges.
Two bedrooms, electric refrigera-
tion Rockgos ranges Phone Bal-
boa 2-3050. Except weekends
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobdl 3-T673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
R0!>E or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
have around the hoase
and in your car.
We hfT5.a tal* Aasjortment
of Kinds and Sizes,
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Aye, Tel, 3-0140
out. $60. 0763--G-
Place, Balboo.
Williamson
yaur FORD. MERCURY dealer, en FOR SALE:Frigidoire 14 cubic foot
automobile row.
FOR SALE:1951 Chevrolet, used 2
months. 2.500 miles. Good dis-
count. Coll Mindrow at Heurte-
motte & Arias.
FOR SALE:1946 Buick Road master.
4 doer iedon, dark fray, 4 jood
tirei, toot covers. Must be seen to
appreciote. Only $297 down pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
year FORD, MERCURY dealer, an
automobile raw.
FOR SALE: 1942 Dodge 2 Door
Sedan, leather upholstery, new
tires, excellent condition. Hcuse
1513. Apt. D. Akee St. or call
2-2768.
oil porcelain 25 or 60 cycle. Ex-
cellent condition, mahogony tables
and mony other things. Coll Bol-
boa 2-2663 or 271 Barnebey St.
FOR SALE:_4 white side woll Co-
rishion tires. Goodyear 710 x 15 irt
3,000 miles of good wear casings
perfect $85.00 eoch. Coll Balboa
2-2663.
FOR SALE: Beoutiful mohogany
furniture, bamboo chair, lamps.
8045 Apt. 3. 9th St. Colon.
FOR SALE:Kraft Paper 18" water-
proof $5.50 roll. Propagando, S.
A. No. 2./I6 East Street.
FOR SALE:Singer electric portable
machine. Underwood typewriter,
gos stove. 6 burners. baby crib
stroller, youth bed. Phone 916, Co-
lon. ^___
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance, self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, at desk Bal-
FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet Club, boQ YMCA or Box ,06 Balboo
Coupe, red, heater undercooling., Hornetr & rx,nn.
FOR SALE:Thoyer boby carnage
and bpssinette complete, with plos-
tic lining mattress, bath, excellent
condition. 40th St. No. 16.
FOR SALE:Brand new portable re-
cord ployer "Webster" 3 speeds,
ot bargoin price. HAWAII Jewelry
Store 56
FOR SALE:Sunray enlarger, com-
plete with lens, trays, tongs, board,
roller developer, tank. Nearly new.
never used, todoy only $40.00.
Phone Balboo 63 12. Apartment
1420-A, Corr St.
Coll 82-3214, between 8-4.
FQR.SALE:1946 Oldtmobile "76' .-.i Jk.| r..i|
V*.....-.n. 2l,n blue 4 (ood [(Hie \jtf\ }||||
tirei. kydramatic, seat coven,
cleon car. Only $298 dawn pay-
ment. COLPAN MOTORS INC.,
yaur FORD, MERCURY dealer, an
automobile row.
\
Serious After Mercy
FUohl, Operation
FCKTSALE: '47 Chevrolet 4-door
iedon. Upholstery arid motor-ex-
"lent, hres gcod. Call Balboa' MIAMI. Pla.. June WIDPi-
ig.ft Two-year-old Susie Shomper.
____________________________flown here bv a Coast Guard
FOR SALE'46 Chrysler New Yorker, mercy plane 1 rom a ship 300
miles at sea, was reported silent-
ly Improved last nleht after an
exploratory operation showed no
blood clots on her brain.
The surgeon said little Susie
was still In very serious condi-
tion. She has not recognized her
4 door sedan, tan, goad tiras, radie,
Yau can't buy a better used cor
far this price. Only $396 down
payment COLPAN MOTORS INC..
"your FORD. MERCURY dealer, on
automobile rew.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet 2 Door, rnother'slnce"she was seized with
'"'Gcod condition, $180. Bolboa | convulsions shortly after a bump
-6312. 1420-A. Carr St. on the head aboard the ship.
*>f'' ____----.... .------T~a "I don't think the bump on
FOR SALE:1940 Hudson 4 dear. lhe hfad )a ,ne Drlmarv cause
edon, black, tiret fair. good i n{ hef illness." lne Drajn sur.
feanspertatiw $150 cash and drive :Keon ^^ after ,ne operation,
k> gway. COLPANI MOTO INC.. ..We lre gtlll trylnR ^ deter.
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, en mlne wnal caused the COnvUl-
"aUtomobila rew. sj0ns."
The
FOR SALE:Second hand pinos in
good condition. $225. Bennett's
Piano Studio. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:Boby Buggy practic-
ally new Thoyer De Luxe, $15.00.
I4I9-D. Balboo, Tel. 2rl2l4.
FOR SALE:4 Border tubes 2 1-2"
x 10', misc. pipe and 7-8 steel
round iron. 714-A. Prado 2-3414.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart ;
ment. Contact office No. 8061. lOthl
St. New.Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-,
Ion. |
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom!
opoitment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I.' San An-
tonio aportments. ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or coll Zubieto 3-
1716.
FOR RENT: Furnished opartment
2011 Melendez Ave. Apply Balin
7 6029. Balboo Ave. Colon. Phone
475-J or 517-J, o after 6:30 p.
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment
with garage. 69 Mexico Ave.
(downstairs.) Information upstairs.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:furnished room, Amer-
ican home, near Ancn, flus Stop,
to Americon woman. References
required, Tel. Ponoma 2-3067.
FOR RENT:Furnished cleon cool
room with private bath ond en-
trance. Hot running water. Apply
4th of July Ave. No. 19.
Atom Plant Rejects
Strike-Vulnerable
Coal For Gas Fuel
WASHINGTON. June 19 3-1881.
Wanted Position
FOR SALE:1948 yellow Pockard
.tcmvertible. duty paid, excellent
New Orleans youngster
*%sni& ^if^ig asta1*cA-8homper
In response to a radioed mes-
Pacific Civil Council
Votes 4th Fund* $135
tOR,SALEExceptionally cleon 1939
Rontioc sedan. Priced for quick
sale. Leaving Isthmus Fridoy. Tel.
2-1214._________________________
[FOR SALE 1947 Pont.ac Sedonette I
two tone, radio, defroster, oil fitter, At 1(s monthly meeting last
undercooling. Original owner. Ex- week at ,he JWB tne paciflc cl_
cellent condition throughout. 51.- vlc council voted a contribution
100. Telephone. Albrook 2100. lof $135 t lhe Reneral 4th of juiy
'FOR SALE? 1948 Buick Special! fund. This money will be used to
Sedonette, less than 11.000 miles, help defray the expenses on the
rodio sect covers, under-coated. I purchase of noisemakers. paper
fine ccnd.tion. $1,200 Coll bi-'hats, flags, trophies and medals
boo, 2300.
FOR SALE:Must sell in o week.
1949 Plymouth Special De Luxe.
like new, SI.400 00 cash. Coll
Panama -2064.
LOST & FOUND
, FOUND: Brown Pekinese dog. App'v
"Shaws" No. 14. Tivoli Avenue.
Ponoma.
LOST: Pekinese dcg. femle, an-
swer to Tabu brown and block.
Pug nose, curly tail. Reward. Coll
Lieut. Commonder Rye. Novy
, 2330.
FRESH UP
with
THE FAMILY DRINK.
You like it ... it likes
you . The drink of all
[-clunks at a popular price.
for the children of the Pacific
side.
Legal Notice
United States ef America
Canal Zone
United States District Ceurt Foi
The District Of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
KDWM1P w GIFFORD.
Plaintiff,
v.
JEANNETTA F. C.IFF'ftu.
Defendant.
SUMMONS
Cat* No.
( Ivll Uuck! 1
ACTION KOR DIVORCE
To Ih abote-namtd defendant:
You are hereby required to appear and
aner th complaint filed In lh above.
June l. ]51
In raae of your failure tn nn appear
and aaewer, judgment ill be taken
i-.il-- yon by default for Ike relief
nVm.ndcd in the complaint
WITNESS lb. Hon.-rabl. Jo.eph J.
Hancock. Judcr. I'nil.d Stale Dlstrfrt
t'oort r.,r ih District of th. Canal Zone
thia ltih day of June IS1
C. T M<( oimirk. Jr.
Clark
I SEA 1.1
By Sara dr la Pena
Chi.f Deputy Clerk
To J.annetta E. Ulffnrd
The for., oina aummona la aerved
opon you by publication purauant to
ih. order of lhe Honorable Juarph J
Hancock. Judo, t'nlted Staeea Dietriet
< i.urt for the Dl-lrirt of the Canal Zone,
dated June II, mil anrf entered and
filed in thi. action In the'office of the
Clerk of laid Untied Xtatea Diiirlct
Court for the Division of Balboa on
June II, 1SJI.
C. T McCaraelrk. Jr
Clerk
By Sara d. la Pen
t'iiief Depots' Clerk
FOR SALE:Four tires and tube*
site 7.60 by 15. used. Also Ency-
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cose. 54. 3rd St. Phone Cristobol The TJ: 8. Court Of Appeal*.
yesterday upheld plans to build
a 172-mlle pipeline to supply .
natural gas to the Oak Ridge. ,
Tenn.. atomic plant and prevent f
it from being shut down In case
5 of a prolonged coal strike.
The three-Judge court un- ;
anlmously repected an attempt i
bv John L. Lewis' United Mine
Workers Union, the National
Coal Association, and 21 railway
labor unions to block the Fed- ;
eral Power Commission's order
authorizing the pipeline.
The unions and the coal
operators' association complain-
ed that the switch-over to.
natural gas as a primary fuel
at Oak Ridge would cost the i
coal and railway Industries mil-
liona of dollars of business an-
ni'"l'v.
sage, a Coast Guard plane from Judge Bennett Champ Clark. I
St. Petersburg flew 300 miles out in a hr-rniv worded opinion
to sea to rendezvous with the said that if Lewis' union and the
ship and pick up Susie and her coal operators lose business, "it;
mother. Two life rafts were lost is lareelv because of their own
before they were transferred to antics in creating frequent crisis
the plane, which had to land bv way of strike or threats of |
in very rough water. I strikes."
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France's 3rd Force
Trying To Hold
Coalition Intact
PARIS. June 19. CUPi Latest
inofficial standings of the par-
ties In France's general election
i are:
COMMCMSTS, 102.
THIRD FORCE, 273 (made
up of Socialist*. 102; Catholic
Popular Republicans. MRP, II;
Rally of Leftist Republicans,
RGR, 90);
OEUAl'LLISTS, 117;
INDEPENDENTS AND OTH-
ER RIGHTISTS. IN.
Observers believe France Is
facing the prospect of a new se-
ries of wobbly governments. The
country has already seen 18 Cab-
inets collapse since the end of
World War II.
The Immediate prospects are
that the Third Force parties will
try to hold together their shaky
Coalition government. They will
need the support of moderate
Rightist groups to control the
Assembly.
Backstage jockeying for a
new coalition is already under
way.
Rumblings of possible trouble
ahead emanated from the Com-
munist newspaper L'Humanlte,
which said the new electoral law
on proportional representation
had cheated Leftists out of their
rightful parliamentary represen-
tation .
The paper said Leftists "know
how to use other forms of action
Indispensable for the defense of
their claims."
' The former Communist 183-
seat representation In the Ase-
sembly was slashed almost In
half, though the latest results
give the Communist Party 4.515 -
023 votes, nearly 1,000,000 more
than any other party.
The Soviet press has hailed the
French elections as "a crushing
defeat for United States Imper-
ialism, and a major victory for
the Communists standing for
peace and democracy."
Eniwetok Eyewitness:
Purse Snarcher
Gers30 Days;
$35 Missing
Frank Adophus Skeete. 16-year
old Panamanian, was sentenced
to serve 30 days In Jail during
yesterday afternoon's session of
the Balboa Magistrate's Court.
The original charge of grand
larceny was reduced to petty
larceny upon the advice of the
Dlstirct Attorney, and Skeete
pleaded guilty to the latter
charge.
The amount of $35 which was
in the purse he snatched Sunday
morning In the lobby of the An-
cn Post Office from Mrs. Louisa
L. Bennet has not been recover-
ed. Skeete discarded the purse
when he ran Into Panam, and
was apprehended on K Street by
a Panam policeman who turn-
ed him over to the Canal Zone
police.
Mrs. Bennet Identified Skeete
as the thief.
MACARRON'S
UPSET FEATURES
(Continued from Page FOUR)
Schenck won. On the 18th
Schenck's putt for par rimmed
the cup and permitted "Doc" to
halve the hole for the match.
Bob Spain won from Joaqun de
la Ouardia by default; Starrett
defeated Fleraming 3 and 2; Jack
Smith bested O. Engelke 4 and 3;
Zillkie defaulted to Hochstedler;
a rejuvenated Muller defeated
Trim, Sr. 1 up; Brbaro defaulted
to Richmond; Oeorge Riley shot
a 74 at Jim Hlnkle to defeat him
S and 4; Ho ver son didn't appear
to play Murray.
In the second flight one match
required 19 holes for decision and
one match required 20 holes to
determine the winner. Also In
this flight during the play of the
match between LeBrun and Oer-
hardt, which LeBrun won 1 up,
Oerhardfs effort was so deter-
mined and Intense that going In-
to No. 2, he took his seven Iron
and plunked the ball Into the
cup for a HOLE IN ONE. O. Oal-
lndo defeated Halligan 3 and 2;
Euper won from Ollckenhaus 7
and 5; Dav won from Brown 1 up
in 19 holes; Gardner defeated
Toone 3 and 2; P. Engelke won
from Garrlel 2 and 1; Bubb'g legs
held up and he eliminated Ken-
na 4 and 3; it took Fred Hunsick-
er 20 holes to overcome Frank
Williams.
In the third flight: Byrd de-
faulted to Durham; Bob Medin-
ger and Hattler, Jr., played 19
holes before Medlnger won; Hel-
denrlch defeated Gibson 2 up;
Johnny Wright bumped Thomp-
son 3 and 2; P. Riley defeated
Gregory 3 and 2; Crabb won from
Welborn 4 and 3; Robinson Just
squeezed past Middlebrook 1 up;
Mer French and Bob Worley
played the longest and toughest
match to date In the tournament.
This match went to the 21st hole
before Worley, who was rated as
underdog, refused to be beaten.
In the fourth flight: Koepke
defaulted to Stroop; Morland de-
feated Daniels 4 and 3; Living-
ston won from Ellch 3 and 1; Bo-
ran bumped Folks 4 and 3; Berry
won from Ives 3 and 2; Juan de
la Guardia eased past Clement 2
and 1. B. Engelke defeated Prince
5 and 4: E. de la Guardia default-
ed to Slaughter.
Chandeck Is not only a good
golfer, but he Is an excellent dice
thrower. After his match, while
rolling for a drink, Chandeck
tossed 5 ACES. He was delighted
to buy drinks for all present.
Those who remain In the tour-
nament are paired as follows:
Championship Flight, UpperJ.
MacMurray vs. Hammond, Chan-
deck vs. C. MacMurray; Lower
Corsale vs. Lewter, Oerrans vs. A.
Gallndo. First Flight, Upper
The Human Side
of the Bomb
EDITOR'S NOTE: Rep. F. Edward Hebert of Louisiana, who
witnessed the Eniwetok atomic bomb tests, once wrote a col-
umn for the New Orleans States. The following dispatch,
which Is the third in his series of eye-witness accounts of
the recent experimental explosion, is presented in column
' format in deference to the congressman's former role and in
consideration of the nature of the material. ,
By REP. F. EDWARD HEBERT
(Copyright by the States. New Orleans, La.)
(Distributed by NEA Service)
ENIWETOK, June 19(NEA)VIP in military circles de-
signates "VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE" ... At least they think
they are Important or somebody else does . Anyway the tag is
always tacked onto members of Congress when visiting military
reservations . Eniwetok is no exception .-. Gen. Elwood (Pete)
Quesada is proud of a pedigreed cocker spaniel which he brought
from England . Around the dog's neck is an identification
badge, which reads VID, for VERY IMPORTANT DOG! . Que-
dada is proud of the dog's obedience . The general holds a piece
of meat in his right hand and announces that his dog can spell
. He then tells the dog not to eat the meat while he is holding
It in his R-I-G-H-T hand but that he can eat ihe meat when
he holds it in his L-E-F-T . But the general had an embar-
rassing moment ... I was leaving his quarters one afternoon
and found the general proudly demonstrating the dog's ability t
George Sidney, the director of 'Show Boat," and Carey Wilson,
producer of the Andy Hardy series for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer . .
Was the general's face red when the dog snapped the meat out
of the R-I-Q-H-T hand before he said L-E-F-T hand! . Even
a general's orders are disobeyed at times.
a
We all undoubtedly get different reactions to different things
. . Following the "bang" at Eniwetok, Gordon Dean, chairman,
of the Atomic Energy Commission, was suggesting to a photo-
grapher the desirability of a certain feature of the mushroom,
cloud . Quipped the photographer: "That was a hell of an ex-
pensive flashbulb, wasn't It?"
a
I was discussing the explosion with Dr. Ernest Lawrence of
the University of California, famous Nobel Prize winner . .
' Doctor, the reaction must have been simultaneous," I remarked
. . "Oh, no," replied Dr. Lawrence without a smile. "It took:
a long time. It must have taken at least one-tenth of a second."
. . A tenth of a second is undoubtedly a lifetime In a leagu*
where time is measured by the millionth of a second. ,

One of the lectures on the blast was by a young Navy lieu-
tenant . From the very beginning he Impressed on us th
necessity of keeping secret the information he was about to give
us . His discourse consisted of high-sounding explanations of
high-sounding formulas and equations . In the midst of his
explanation he turned to the blackboard, rubbed out a mark and
apologized profusely ... He had made an error of a hundredth!
of a thousandth point in his presentation! . When he finlsheal
he again warned us that all he had said was a secret . .
I couldn't resist the temptation as I looked at him and solemnly
>ald: "Bub, as far as I am concerned, it is still a secret."
a
Even old timers can't escape the apprehension which accom-
panies each new explosion of an atomic bomb ... At Enlwetoic
there was an Air Force major who was a veteran of nine atomir
bomb explosions . The major and some companions took ufl
a position of vantage on a landing dock on Parry Island .'. .A*
they waited for the explosion there' came a deafening blast be-,
lore the scheduled time . Through instinct the crowd headed}
for shelter . The bomb had been exploded prematurely, they
all thought ... A prankster had exploded a firecracker!
a a
And then there was the day the chaplain went to the Chines
cook to make a suggestion about his menu ... It seems thai
Chinese cook, always seeking to please, each day decorated thai
menu with a strip of semi-nude girls . "Don't you think lw
would be a good Idea not to have this menu on Sunday?" asked
the padre .... Of course he meant to leave off the semi-nudes
from the Sundajf menu . The following Sunday the menu
cards served were blank with the exception of the semi-nude;
poster girls and this notation at the top: "No menu today!"
a
Honestly, I heard this all the way out on Eniwetok . "TheJ|
H-Bomb Is the atom bomb dipped in Hadacol!"
2 Murderers, 1 Thief On
Governors Domestic Staff
NEW ORLEANS, June 19 (UPi
The New Orleans Item said
yesterday that two murderers
and a thiefall Negro convicts
from the Louisiana state peni-
tentiarywork at the Govern-
or's mansion in Baton Rouge
and on Oov. Earl K. Long's farm
at Wlnnfield. La.
The Item said Mrs. Blanche
Long, the Governor's wife, con-
firmed by telephone that the
murderers work at the mansion,
and at the farm.
The convicts were identified
as Luther Washington. 29. serv-
ing a Ufe sentence for killing
another Negro at Lake Charles.
La.. John Dorsey. also serving a
life term for murder in New Or-
leans, and Leroy Morris, serving
a theft term.
Oov. Long later said he had
given Washington an "indefinite
Spain vs. Starrett. Smith vs.
Hochstedler: LowerMuller vs.
Richmond. G. Riley vs. Murray.
Second Flight, UpperG. Galln-
do vs. Euper. Day vs. LeBrun;
LowerGardner vs. P. Engelke,
Bubb vs. Hunstcker. Third Flight,
UpperDurham vs. Medinger.
Heldenrich vs. Wright; LowerP.
Riley vs. Crabb, Robinson vs.
Worley. Fourth Flight. Upper
Stroop vs. Morland. Livingston
vs. Boran; LowerBerry vs. Juan
de la Guardia. B. Engelke vs.
Slaughter.
Rugged Raymond!
This Is the saga ef Ragged
Raymond,
A torn 'n Uttered Ul-elad lay-
man!
A P. A. ( lauifled he did ipr.
And soM hie rags for riches
high!
reprieve" and the Negro "cant
go anywhere he wants to go. *1
He said Washington "doesn'W
work steadily at the farm."
Long said Washington was al-,
ready at the mansion when hex
became governor In 1948. Hj
added: "As long as I. can re-.
member, two convicts have been
assigned to the Governor's man-,
slon as flunkies."
Mrs. Long said Washington
and Dorsey serve meals and do,
housework at the mansion antfi
on weekends go to the farm, anrji
i the Governor pays them for th*)i
work thev do.
State Trooper Clem HuffmanJ
reported to be the "boss man'i
for labor on the Governor's-
farm, said Morris is on parola i
to him, and works for him. Hufl-i
man said he rented some pasture)
land from Governor Long. ,
Mrs. Long told the Item that
sometimes Washington 'is le/ti
at the farm from one weekend toi
another, but that most of thai
time he works at the mansion!
in Baton Rouge. i
She said Washington had beet1
at the mansion since 1946. when
Jimmie Davis was governor, and)
that it was "nothing new" fofl
Angola Inmates to work at the I
mansion.
Legally, there appears to ba
no authority for convicts to work:
at the Governor's mansion, or
at state police headquarters.
But it is an established custom
In Louisiana, and has never been
challenged in the court.
Independence Day
Beefsteak Dinner
Set For July 3rd
The Strangers Club in Colon
will celebrate the 175th anniver-
sary of the Independence of tha
United States at 7:30 p. m
July 3 with its traditional Beef-
steak Dinner Party.
Alclbiades Arosemena. Presi-
dent of the Republic of Pana-
ma, will be the guest of honor.
Among other distinguished
guests will be Murray M. Wise,
charge d'affaires ad. Int. of tha
United States Embassy. Gov-
ernor F. K. Newcomer, and Lt.
Gen. W. H. Morris.
The toastmaster for the even-
ing will be Col. James W. Pum-
pelly.
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The First-Nighter: "ConrtuV Time," starring Joe E. (for En-
tertainment) Brown, arrived at the National Theaterthe lene
entry of last weekand the opening show of the 1951-52 season.
The reception was generally warmmost critics liked the shew
and loved the star. Carmen Mathews' first-act finale number
recked the initial spectators. The handclapping was prolonged In
tribute to her talented tongoe-In-cheeking. Eren those who snub-
bed the script agreed all the troopers are first-raters. Prof. Gar-
land (of The N. Y. Journal-American) hailed it as "a mighty good
musical".. .The tidings from New Haven were not Joyous. Variety's
sentry failed to detect gilt-edges in the revusical called "Two on
the Aisle." The sum-up: "It will be a producer's headache before
it can hope to become a ticket broker's dream".. .The big roar 1st
"Guys and Dolls" (for this tardy witness) comes in an off-Broad-
way Salvation Army mission, where Sam Levene (and his Run-
yonworld crap-shooters) gather to keep a pledge. Signaling, the
chief Salvationist (to start praying), Sam cues: "It's your dice!"
The Cinemagicians: "Sirocco" has H. Bogart's customary Up-
tightening heroics. He is the hard-as-nalls guy who turns to but
ter when Marta Taren is around.. ."My First Love" offers a spicy
Frenchy, but It lacks the tang of most Galllc-slnemas. .."Half
-Angel" is a feathery romance with a dimple here and a wink
there. Joe Cotten pitches woo and Loretta Young catches...
"Heart of the Rockies" is another marriage of horses and horse-
radish.. ."Four In a Jeep" dramatizes Vienna's current problems.
Its newsreel-llke realism explains what makes the Blue Danube
bluer..."Night into Morning" presenta a vivid greasepaint sketch
by Rav Mllland in a grim, black-edged tragedy..."Million Dollar
Pursuiit" indicates the horror of inflation: A rich title and a poor
plot.
The Airistocrats: Guy Lombardo is pinch-slugging for Jac-
ques Benny in DIMaggio style. Swing comes and bop goes but
Guy's easy-going rhythms survive all the clang-clang tempos...
"Shadow of the Cloak" Is an espionage persiflage drama series that
sounds like something they keep around Hollywood in mimeo-
graphed form...Vincent Lopez (via Dumont) offers his expert
finger-Jigging across the keyboard plus a nice touch of nostalgia
..."Racket Squad" (on CBS) tells you that Crlms Doesn't Pay
and keeps on telling you...Lucky Strike's teevy commershlll is
quite a production. It has its own choreographer... "The Bicker-
sons" (CBS) is affable amusement. The Mr. and Mrs. feudinc be-
tween Frances Langford and Lew Parker makes for Jolly throat
cutting...There were some ear-conquering voices on Channel 4
the other Sabbath eve'g: Vivian Blaine and John Carroll .Milton
Bario will be as happy as The Runyon Commltteemen to know
that since his Berlethon the mall is heavier than ever with kept
Pledges.
Stairway to the Stars: What's good box-office weather?
Variety reveals that rain hampered movie biz in Omaha and aided
it in Denver...An Indication of Movletown's story idea famine
is the fact that one out of four flickers produced is a Western...
Bogart saved The Bard another spin in his tomb by announcing!
"1 will never attempt to play Shakespeare"... Celluloldla's econo-
my binge is the reason for many new faces in films. It is cheaper
to buy a new actor than pay an old one... Shelley Winters pro-
claimed- "What I like about Bette Davis' acting is that she's not
afraid to stink!".. .Carol Hendrlcks of Make a Wish" is bound
for the singing heights. Nice face too.
The Story-Tellers: What ails Iran Is diagnosed in Life. The
nation Is afflicted with maladies Communism thrives on: Poverty
and Corruption. ..How to take Inflation out of your golf score is
tipped by pros In Esquire. Fore!.. The army of gov't propagandists
(costing vou millions) is ambushed In V. S. News-World Report.
Their strategy for molding V. S. public opinion offers the grim
possibility of poisoning democracy out of existence via thought-
control...A Newsweek essay lasso scads of Interesting facto s-
bout cowboys.. .The case history of a mobster In the Communist
plunderworld's is deftly recorded In The Sateyepost. He is Trotsky's
assassin (now in' a Mexican prison), who lives in torro of aven-
gers. .. Runyon's word-weaving is still brightening mags. Cosmo-
politan's reprise of the story that inspired "Guys and Dolls" is Ks
top typewriter tapestry Red book removes the shimmer from
Stardust: Janet Leigh had maior roles in several films while earn-
ing a hefty weekly wage of M bux.
The Intelligentsia: Counterattack's May 11 letter (Just open-
ed at this desk) does a devastating essay on the recent Peabody
Awards In radio. "Are they slanted?" is the theme...Hemingway's
finished his new bookfour stories.. Eyebrow-Raiser: Capt. Chas.
Blalr (who flew over the Pole) hasn't written his adventure. Be-
cause no alert mag or news editor suggested it!.. .Kathl Oster-
man. the young dghtr of the late star, just sold some verse to 17.
mag.. .Grandma Moses has up and left home. She moved to some
new diggings across tho way...Dagmar flew to Suffolk Downs
Racetrack the other wet matinee to pick up Judge Fappas' latest
S5 soe offering to the Runyon Fund.. .Elisabeth Arden will do her
first newspaper stint, a series on beauty and beauts, for the Mirror
starting June 24...Bob Sylvester's Summer Stock piece in Theater
Arts is hay-larlous.. Cecil B. DeMille says you can make a movie
from any * pages of the Bible.. .Lub Malina, back at the Copa,
is what they call a Star. The chorus ladlesare all dolllcious. One
mac on a very Important newsstand in the Heart of New York
hasn't had a single sale In the last three Issues Many of the
top mags wlU uptllt their price this Summer and Fall. Red book
will tee off. going from 2-bits to 3c.. .Wm. Saroyan's song as re-
corded by Rosemray Clooney hi a tantalisinr toe-topper: "You
Musta Come Opp To My House. To My House You Musta Came
Opp!" __________________________________________
Labor INews
And
Oimment
By Victor Riesel
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RARIN' TO SHOOT
Cristobal. CZ.
June 18. 1851
Dear Editor:
Would you please try and help
me on a few things that have
been bothering me lately? Why is
It that atfer moving the dry dock
to Cristobal and now all the work
Is being done on this side, how
come the Civilian Anti Aircraft is
to protect the Pacific Side only?
Is it because of the Building or
the new Balboa Theater that
needs protection? If I want to
Join up I have to go over there
to shoot at the enemy Now for which waa~caedl7mgs~oward
a a leas
PROFITS OR LEAVINGS?
In one of your recent papers
there was an article that all the
department* of the new Panama
Canal company must be self sub-
slstent, as of Jury 1 which in-
cludes the housing division
(quartermaster.) There are
bright boys m the quartermaster
division because they foresaw
that order at least a year ago.
If you recall as. I do that last
year or so the quartermaster di-
vision turned over $400.000 (al-
most a half million dollars)
An unpubllclsed letter, dis-
patched by courier from one
Senator to the chief of the
Senate Crime Investigators last
Wednesday afternoon, grimly re-
vealed the fear in high Federal
circles of a mass mob migration
Scarface Capone style, replete
with beatings and bombings,
stabblngs and shootings and as-
sorted terror into the very
center of the nation's biggest
unions.
The letter was a plea for an
immediate probe of Chicago
gangs by the U.S. Senate to
save the lives' not only of labor
chiefs, but also of their wives
and kids.
It was a blunt warning from
Wisconsin's Senator Alexander
Wiley (Rep.) to the harried new
crime buster Sen. Herbert O'-
Conor of Maryland (Dem.), that
'the Chicago situation" and the
recent series of bombings of
labor leaders'- homes and other
property was:
..an apparent effort to du-
plicate the sort of sordid situa-
tions which prevailed in the
1920's when Al Capone had his
vicious fingers in the labor pie."
. Bluntly referring to the past
10 bombings of men and head-
quarters inside labor, Sen. Wiley
warned the Crime Committee
that:
"The inviting treasuries
o/ many well organized
union have apparently
made the mobster hungry
- for loot and so they are using
their traditional strong arm
methods to try and take
over.
"If the criminal invasion of
the Teamsters' Union is toler-
ated because of our pre-occu-
patlon elsewhere, we will- in-
advertently be jiving a green
light to every other hoodlum
element to Invade other union
fields to steal from treasuries
and misuse the legitimate labor
union movement for racketeer-
ing ends."
Here Is a senator thoroughly
aroused by the hoods' apparent
freedom to drop dynamite
whenever their business instincts
told them It would most fright-
en the families of the Chicago
Teamsters' labor leaders. So
much so that he now prefer* to
get some of the Committee s
pathetically scarce money and
manpower away from the June
21 Florida probe and the June
20 executive hearings In Wash-
ington on Cleveland crime.
Nq mere whim of Wiley's is
this. As recently as June 5, the
400 leaders of Chicago's 500.000
AFL. members heard their pre-
sident, BUI Lee, a teamster him-
self, blast the noons as killers
who sheak up In the, middle of.
the night and drop bombs on
the homes of representatives of
labor."
After revealing that the re-
wards being offered by the mid-
west unions have been jacked
up to 950.000 tor tips and ar-
resta on the underworld bomb-
ardiers, BUI chilled his listeners
with:
We men in labor can take it.
But what these hoodlums do to
those at home the women and
children are acts of the low-
est form of humanity. Some-
thing must be done here in
Chicago to protect the Uves and
property of those who work for
their organization and the
purposes lor which their organi-
zations were formed."
It was In answer to. this gang
war on women and kids that
Wiley warned O'Conor that,
"The Chicago slatuatlon could
afford a case history with inter-
state Implications, which could
undoubtedly be duplicated In
other areas of the country."
Wiley's people know, for
example, that a notorious
New Jersey labor leader,
loathed by most unionists
there, gives orders right
from hi* Sing Sin ce.
There he decides who is to be
dumped from office and What
must happen In certain nego-
tiations. And those orders are
obeyed!
It Is known that the old De-
troit Purple Gang goons still
operate In that city and the
Information la In the hands of
Frank Xavier Martel, Detroit's
crusading AFL chief. His Hotel
Union members have tipped him
on just where the gang runs
Its rackets. And this mob is the
granddaddy of them all and
the toughest at one time.
All It Takes Is Courage
^wy WASHINGTON
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MERRY-GO-ROUND
DRIW PEARSON
1 *-**
Doc Ruark
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORKI am not a fellow to knock the
new miracle treatments for everything, since It
is ungracious to criticise the media which keeps
you from being currently dead, but I wonder
what will eventually happen to the art of diag-
nosis.
There Is a growing tendency, today, among
some sawbones not mine, because I ain't paid
the bill yet but some of the boys don't fret
too much about, what alls you If you have a
fever. It could be anything from leprosy to
laryngitis, and the medical response la real sim-
ple.
"Chlckenpox?" on* doc will say.,
"Halitosis?" another asks.
"Athlete's foot?"
"Don't matter, boys." says the other man.
"Bend over, bud."
The answer is real simple: Bend over, bud.
Bud. bends over, and they whang him with a
horse syringe full of antibiotics. Oh. sine a
song of streptomycin, pockets full of penicillin.
Shoot the aureomycln to me, John, boy, and
never mind the cost. >
The danger of the end-all cure-all is that It
is prone to make both doctor and patient Just
a touch careless. The assorted nosturms are
generally so efficient that you really don't have
to diagnose unless you take a serious, clinical
Interest in what might be average wrong with
the average customer.
You do not have to depend on the old-timey
medico who. cured everything from' pregnancy
to a head cold with rest and a lot of liquids.
but there is still something to be said for rest
and a lot of liquids. Nor do I, and a great
many doctors, believe that yon can ride a pana-
cea to death. A panacea runs out on yon when
you need it most.
It has not yet been established that the
cure-all antibiotics will maintain their efficien-
cy if over-freely administered. It is stupid to
hunt rabbits with an elephant gun. If it is pos-
sible to lay off the heavy remedies for the mi-
nor Ills, then you have the heavy remedy avail-
able when a serious Illness calls for its violent
directive impact.
The human body is such an odd mechanism
that it stores up resistance to any repeated
foreign substance. That is how our first serums
were evolved: You took the disease Itself and
made it work for you by Inoculation, so that in
time a small dose of the overtrained and over-
cultured enemy would fight Itself If rejected In
the body.
The principle of the miracle drugs, largely, Is
that you grow organisms to eat up other or-
ganisms, dog-flght-dog, germ consume germ.
This battle- happens Inside the body. It is pos-
sible thaf the body can get awful used to the
combat, and so the effect Is not so marked
after a while. Personally. I would rather fight
off a common cold single-handed and hold the
Sunday punch for pneumonia.
Another danger of the too-often administered
cure-all is that It can obscure symptoms. Like
a man who drinks a lot. He feels so low most
of the time that he doesn't know whether he's
sick for real Or just sweating out the pangs of
tomorrow. He might ignore a startling symptom
of Eurasian goola-goola under the mistaken Im-
pression that he got hold of some bad ice last
night.
If I have a point It's that I still want my
guy to. command me to say "ahhh" and take a
sounding with the stethoscope. That "Bend
over, buster," technique is all right, but you can
overwork anything to the detriment of all con-
cerned, .
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
MCCARTHY, MACARTHUR, AND TAFT
the $64 question. Who Is going to
save my town of Cristobal. Are
we to say to the enemy "Don't
drop bombs on us. go to Balboa
where they can shoot back?" I
shot 20mm's and 40 mm's in the
Navy and plenty of It. I think I
can still hold my own with any-
one after a week's practice. Now
that you people (Army) are go-
ing to shoot up we taxpayers
bullets, how about letting some
of us Cristobalites in on the fun.
After all the Oatun Dam is more
important than the Admin Bid?.
isn't It? To you I say. "What is
dees, Army Strategy?''
Yacht Club Pete
the development of new housing.
Now I say In any man's English
but the quartermaster's the so
called leavings would be called
profits.
So people, be prepared to pay
double rent, remembering while
doing so that the new housing di-
vision does not make a profit on
you, only leavings.
A profit of 100 per cent isn't
enough. Lets make It 200 per
cen, s motto for the housing di-
vision.
Yes, I Know I'm One Also
And the Senator's people hear
almost dally from their contacts
of new rackets on the water-
front, where local union records
aren't worth the Ink they're
faked In. These records are
phnnied so union.books and
buttons can be sold to aliens
and criminals wanting to hide
out and at the same time earn
a buck so they aren't suspect In
their roach-ridden waterfront
rooms.
It is known that so Httle
has resulted from the recent
public anger apainst the te-
levised mob chiefs who.
like Frankie Coetello, still
live in swank parkside apart-
ments and still control city
government that the Se-
curity Bureau, Inc., an or-
aanization of waterfront
businessmen, has been forced
to take on three new ace In-
instigators These men, two
former FBI agents and an
tr.-Treasury Dept. special-
ist, are now organising to
halt the blatant theft of mil-
lions of dollars worth of
cargo a week, under the
noses of so-called police wa-
terfront squads.
WASHINGTONAlthough It has quite right-
ly received little attention in the press. Sen. Joe
McCarthy's announced intention, of using the
technique which he shares with a certain muste-
line mammal in an attempt to destroy Secre-
tary of Defense George Marshall, is Interesting.
So is the Democratic leadership's reaction. Both
McCarthy's forthcoming campaign against the
aging Marshall, and the Democrats' reaction,
tell a good deal about the political consequences
of the dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur.
A meeting of the Democratic leadership took
place the same day McCarthy issued his first
blast against Marshall. Here it was decided
that, if the McCarthy campaign begins to at-
tract real attention. Marshall's record of service
to the United States will be adopted as a party
issue, and an all-out counter-offensive against
McCarthy undertaken. This decision, so dif-
ferent from the general cowardice displayed last
summer, reflecte at least a partial restoration
of confidence among the Democrats.
As for McCarthy, his charge that Marshall is
implicated In "infamy so black as to dwarf any
previous such venture in the history of man"
Is so ridiculous that it may seem silly to discuss
it seriously. Yet a man who has proved that
he can use demonstrable falsehoods to devastat-
ing political effect cannot be entirely laughed
off. And McCarthy's new campaign is quite
patently an attempt to reverse the trend of
events which has set in during the last few
weeks.
The MacArthur dismissal seemed at first a
last twist of the knife in the moribund body of
the Truman administration. Yet already some
of the most astute Republicans on Capitol Hill
are glumlv conceding that the MacArthur af-
fair has been "a net asset for the Truman ad-
ministration."
When MacArthur was dismissed, after all, the
Fulbright and KeXauver Investigations were
dallv uncovering further evidence of moral
sleaziness in the Administration, and both in-
vestigations, threatened to go on forever. The
war In Korea was going badlv. and a great
Communist offensive Impended. Secretary of
State Dean Acheson had been transformed into
a symbol of disaster and worse. There existed
hardly even contact, much less cooperation, be-
tween the Administration and the Democrats in
Congress.
In brief, for the Democrats, the outlook could
not have been blacker. But when Truman dis-
missed MacArthur, mink coats and gangsters'
bribes instantly became faint memories. There
followed the smashing defeat o two Communist
offensives In Korea. And with a kind of last
convulsive effort, the Democrats almost to a
man closed ranks over the MacArthur Issue.
Moreover, those Republicans, like Sen. Robert
A. Taft, who bet their political shirts on Mac-
Arthur, have clearly been disappointed. They
obviously took MacArthur's implied assurance
that his views were backed by the Joint Chiefs
at face value. If the Joint Chiefs had broken
publicly with the Administration and backed
MacArthur, the Administration would have been
destroyed. Instead, the well publicized testi-
mony of the Joint Chiefs has repudiated Mac-
Arthur's basic views, day after day.
Secretary Acheson, Instead of proving easy
meat for McCarthy and his backers, has acquit-
ted himself so well that his position, uneasy
though it Is. is measurably stronger than it was
previously. And even Lt, Gen. Albert C. Wede-
meyer's testimony has given the politicians
backing MacArthur no unalloyed delight.
This does not mean that the Administration
has won anything like a clear-cut victory on
the MacArthur issue. In the end. the issue will
be determined by events. But quite apart from
the merits of the case, there Is no doubt that
the Democrats are decidedly more confident
than they were a few weeks ago, and the Re-
publicans decidedly less so.
McCarthy's charge that Secretary Marshall di-
rects "the time-table of conspiracy" is obvious-
ly designed to change all this, by obscuring the
real Issues, as the skunk use* his glandular
secretion of the responsible Republican leader-
ship, and particularly of 8en. Robert A. Taft.
The new McCarthy attempt to capture the
headlines by whatever means may very well fall
McCarthy has become something of a bore.
But If not, the time must come when Taft. as
the Republican leader, must either stand Ignobly
silent, or must repudiate the notion that a man
like Marshall, who has devoted his life to his
country, can be a traitor. The trouble Is that I
at least some of those around Taft consider Mc-
Carthy Ism a more important political asset than '
the mediocrity and occasional moral squalor in
the Administration, which are the Republicans' j *
real passport to the White House.
Yet surely Taft himself can hardly look for-
ward with pleasure to a time when no man.!
whatever his stature, can serve the American
government and hope to retain a shred of per-
sonal honor or reputation. After all. 8en. Taft
very much wants to be President of the United
States himself one day.
(Copyright, 151, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: President Truman represents the. con-
sumer in price-control battle; Chicago gangsrersarls
defiance at Snate crime probers; Sens. Hunt offrf To-
bey tangle with 'The Camel."
WASHINGTON President Truman has always felt tjtujt ho
made a mistake in yielding to Cabinet advisers In October. 1949
when he modified price controls on meat. This is one reason-why
he has become literally a personal crusader against the taeat
packers and for the consumer In the current battle over price
controls.
... c.on,rlnS Privately with his Congressional leaders last week,
e i?*Went re,aiy let l00** at tne Dl me" packers.
"They are worried about losing some of their big profits,"
he declared. "But they have brought it on themselves by inflating;
prices and squeezing the consumer."
He added that certain vocal elemento among the cattlemen
do not speak for the livestock industry.
vi v ?ay? *?me cXo*t iriena In the business out in my area,
which Is the biggest cattle market in the world." Truman con-
tinued, 'and they tell me that they are not at all disturbed by
the government's controls on beef.
..'"%!?.,men came * Washington and talked It ovj with
Mike DiSalle. They want to make money like everybody else, but
they are putting the national interest above selfish Interests."
II the antl-prlce control lobby had Its way and all price con-
trols were abolished, the American consumer wouldn't be tho
only victim, the President emphasized. Many dairy and poultry
farmers would be hard hit, he explained, since wealthy cattle
interests could outbid them for feed grains, which are la short
supply.
The same feed is required for chickens and dairy cattle as
for beef cattle, Truman said, and beef producers would be-wining
to pay almost any price to fatten up their cattle for market,
knowing they could pass the extra cost on to consumer* tf thera
were no controls.
"The trouble Is we in Congress are not hearing from the con-
sumers on this," remarked Rep. Paul Brown of Georgia. "Wa
ire hearing a lot from the other side, Which Is against controls,
out the consumer Isn't saying very much."
"Oh, yes, he is," responded Truman. "I'm the representative
of the consumer."
"THE CAMEL" SNARLS
Murray 'The Camel" Humphrey, a graying gangster of the
Capone era but sUll one of the nation's top tough guys, snarled
detlance at the Senate Crime Committee the other day in what
was probably the most shocking show of contempt In Senate
history.
Tne Chicago hoodlum was summoned behind closed doors
kfter ducking a Senate subpoena. for six months. However, ha
showed the same lack of respect for the lawmakers that he has
shown for law. enforcers all his life. With a sneer on his lips, he
snapped back at the Senators but refused to answer their
questions.
"You know, the longer you fellows work, the better we under-
stand what our rights are," taunted the man who Is rated among
tne Big Five of the Chicago underworld and who used to be Al
Capone'a finance officer.
Finally Wyoming's not-easlly-rUed Senator Lester Hunt go
er.ough of Humphrey's Insolence. Hunt's patience snapped as he
started questioning Humphrey about his family, including hie
daughter's schooling.
"I could answer that," growled the mobster, "but I am going
to refuse to answer because I think you are asking the wrong
questions."
"What Is your daughter's first name?" Hunt Inquired evenly.
'T don't see where my daughter has anything to do with this
hearing," snapped "The Camel."
"It la not for you. to pass on the type of questions I ask,"
bristled Hunt. "If you don't care to answer. Just say so."
"Would you like to have people asking questions about your
family?" Humphrey flung back.
"You are not questioning the Senator. The Senator is ques-
tioning you. You are the one who is the witness," Hunt replied
sharply.
"I still resent the line of questioning." grumbled' "The
Camel."
FAMILY CAUSES OF CRIME
"You are going to be cited for contempt. I can tell you- that."
snapped the Wyoming Senator. "...We are trying to find rwt
something about your home life. We are not going to solve tbia
problem until we get to the very basis of what causes u'l'.'lt u4
the United States.
"Then you are under the Impression that I am a criminal.
Is that right?" snarled Humphrey sarcastically. ;;
"I refuse to answer the question because It might incrlmlh'att
me," Hunt mocked the mobster's favorite phrase.
"The Camel" was even more surly in tangling witTi' New
Hampshire's God-fearing Senator Charles Tobey.
"Some of us think you could open up and tell us an interest-
ing story if you would," prodded Tobey. ""
"Isn't that your opinion?" sneered the mobster. "It's not
mine."
"With all this crime business that is going on In Chicago
and across the nation, don't you think you ought to tell- us all
you know about the sordid characters of the underworld?" pressed
t.be New Hampshire Senator. $-
"Don't you think that Chicago is just as clean as any other
city? Are you Insinuating that our city is not clean?" blurted
Humphrey.
"That was just an Illustration," explained Tobey. then, tried
again: "Won't you take the opportunity to tell this committee all
you know about crime and the criminals that are carrying on
illegal business in our country?"
"You heard my statement," snarled Humphrey, referring to
his opening statement to the committee that he wouldn't answer
questions that might incriminate him. --
PERSISTENT TOBEY
"I heard It, but isn't It our duty to divulge these things and
give all the information we can, so we can make a decent Amer-
ica?" Tobey kept on with evangelical' fervor.
"You have my answer. I think I have heard you make those
speeches before," Humphrey snarled contemptuously.
"I am making them again," persisted Tobey.
"Yes, you have trained on that." rasped the hoodlum.'
Still contemptuous, "The Camel" later informed the commit-
tee which plane had brought him to Washington.
"I was on that plane, too," blurted Tobey.
"You were? Well, we had a distinguished guest on it. didn't
we?" sneered Humphrey.
"If I had seen you there, maybe we could have settled thla
before we got to town," suggested the Senator from New Hamp-
shire.
"Well, If I had seen you. Senator. I would have tried to get
off," retorted the racketeer, jutting out his jaw.
"The Camel" flatly refused to discuss his criminal past, or to
explain his income tax returns which the committee read into
the secret record. These returns showed that Humphrey reported
a "miscellaneous" Income of $45,000. both In 1948 and 1949.
However, Humphrey may not only face a contempt citation
but also a perjury rap. For he denied the kidnapping of a labor
leader In the 1930's, though the court records show that he re-
ceived $50,000 ransom and was actually forced to pay taxes on
the ransom. This was during the Income tax trials that broke up
the old Capone mob and sent both Al Capone and Humphrey
to Jail.
"The Camel" got out after only 18 months, but his perform-
ance before the Senate Crime Committee is almost sure to law]
him back In Jail again.
(Copyright. 1151 bv The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)

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COLLEGE STUDENTS ARRIVE
FOR SLIMMER VACATION
The S.S. Panama arrived yesterday with a number of
kludenta who were returning to upend their gammer vaca-
tions with their parents. Among the arrivals were:
-Mr. Reed Mcllvalne who received his B. S. Decree in
Commerce from Bradley University In Peora, Illinois, on
June 11. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Mcllvalne of
Mari a rita.
Mr. Neyle Therlault, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raoul Theriault
of Margarita, has completed his pre-legal studies at the Uni-
versity of Georgia. At the end of his vacation he will enter
the I School of the University at Athens.
MJss Ann Newhard, daughter
of M\ and Mrs. Fred Newhard.
of Qatun. has completed her so-
phomore year at the Colorado
School of Education In Greeley,
Colorado. Miss Newhard has been
elected president of the Women's
Residence Hall Council for next
year. 6he is also a ember of
Sigma Sigma 81gma sorority.
Mis Norma Lee Van Siclen.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
V Van Siclen. Jr., of Gatun, re-
turned after completing her so-
phomore year at Richmond Pro-
fessional Institute, of the College
bf William Mary, in Richmond.
Va. Miss Van Siclen served as
aecretary of her class during the
past year.
Mr. Richard Toledano, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Toleda-
po, of Colon, has completed his
freshman year at the Wharton
School of the University of Penn-
sylvania. Monday evening the
Toledano family drove to the Pa-
cific Side to visit other members
of the family.
Zimmerman-Small
Announcement
The wedding of Miss Louise
Zimmerman and Mr. Harold Eu-
gene Small, Jr.. will take place at
the Gatun Union Church, Satur-
day, June 23 at 7:00 p.m. Mrs.
Walter Eason of Fort Kobbe will
be the bride's only attendant.
Captain Paul Koerner will be
best man for the groom and Mr.
Burt W. Watson and Captain
Walter Eason will be the ushers.
No formal Invitations are be-
ing extended on the Isthmus and
all friend of the young couple
are Invited to attend the ceremo-
ny and the reception which will
be held In the Church parlors,
immediately following the serv-
ice.
Mr. and Mrs. Lust Return
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Lust
and their son, Billy, of Margari-
ta, returned after a year's leave
of absence. Mr. Lust, who Is em-
ployed at the Margarita Gymnas-
ium, has spent the past year stu-
dying for his Master's degree at
Columbia University in New
Yorfeqlty.
Mr. Glawson Honored
on Father's Day ,
Mr. Robert L. Glawson was
honored with a dinner given at
the Hotel Tlvoll Sunday, his
daughters and their husbands,
Mr. end Mrs. Anthony Fernan-
deiand Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Cotton, of Margarita, to compli-
ment him on Father's Day.
In. the family group were Mrs.
Glawson. Mrs. Charles Cotton
and M*. and Mrs. Jerome F.
Pragerr
Luncheon for Mrs. Reeves
Mrs. Leonard Long and Mrs.
Gilbert Furey were co-hostesses
for a luncheon given at the Hotel
Washington Saturday to honor
Mrs. Walter Reeves, Jr., of Beau-
mont, Texas, who la visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Reeves. Sr., of
FortGullck.
Birthday Supper Party
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan M. Mar-
chosky entertained with a buffet
supper party at their home on
7th Street In Colon to compli-
ment their daughter. Maralee. on
the occasion of her 11th birthday
anniversary.
Games were played In the af-
ternoon with prizes for the win-
ners. The buffet table was cen-
tered with an unusual birthday
cake. The three-tiered cake was
topped with a confection scene
from Hansel and Gretel. The
miniature figures were given to
classmates who recently partici-
pated in the play. Baskets of fa-
vors were also given the young
guests.
The guests included Maralee's
cousins: Maria Teresa. Alex and
Tommy Marchosky, with Raquel
and Peter Heymann. Ralph de
Boyrle. Freddie Ann Sergeant
Gallardo, Beblta Bendiburg. Al-
cldes, Arosemena, Jessica. Mary
Ann and Rosemary Seixas, Marie
Bleakley, Lois Stevens. Charles
Chase. James Brooks. Catherine
and Billy Havener.
Also present were the following
adults: Mrs. Mary Marchosky,
the grandmother of the honoree,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marchosky,
Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Marchosky.
Mrs. John Heymann, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Gallardo and Mrs.
Philip Havener.
Progressive Circle
Luncheon Meeting
The monthly luncheon meeting
of the Progressive Circle will be
held at the Cristobal Union
Church at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow
with Mrs. H. C. Anderson as hos-
tess.
All members are requested to
note the change in the meeting
place.
Margarita Auxiliary
Meeting Tonight
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will
meet this evening at 7:30 at the
home of Mrs Anthony Fernan-
dez. No. 8194 Casurlna Placet Mrs.
John Gwlnn will be co-hostess.
The Rev. Norman Pratt will
conduct the devotlonals and
speak on China, where he served
for seven years as a Circuit Rid-
ing minister.
Gatun Star Club Meeting
The Gatun Star Club will meet
lactic
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Wednesday "THEY UVE BY NIGHT"
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Donald O'CONNOR Jimmy DURANTE
"THE MILKMAN"
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Jeanelie MacDONALD Nelson EDDY
"NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
Friday. "THE MATING SEASON"
MARGARITA
1:1 tW
Marta TOREN Jeff CHANDLER
"DEPORTED"
WrdneUay "ASTONISH HF.ART"
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Richard CONTE Coleen GRAY
"SLEEPING CITY"
Wed. Than. "SEPTEMBER AFFAIR"
this evening at 7:30 at the home
of Mrs. William Badders. Mrs.
Leon Egolf and Mrs. Robert Gor-
man will serve as co-hostesses.
All members are cordially In-
vited to attend.
I.A.W.C. Installation Luncheon
Reservations for the Inter-
American Woman's Club annual
installation luncheon, which will
take place Saturday at 13:30 at
the Hotel Washington, must be In
by Thursday.
Mrs. Eduardo Castillo, phone
Colon 698, Mrs. Hans Hiles. Colon
207, and Mrs. Julio Nino. Colon
13-L are taking reservations in
Colon and Mrs. Frederick Hase-
loff Crtstobal-2103 may be called
on the Canal Zone.
Atlantic Side Day Camp
to Start Wednesday
The Brownie and Intermediate
Girl Scout Day Camps will open
at 9:00 a.m. tomorrow. The
Brownies will meet In the Gatun
Gymnasium and the Girl Scouts
In the Trefoil House.
All girls are reminded to bring
health certificates received dur-
ing the week. They are also to
bring "nosebag" lunches. The
Brownies will need 'their bathing
suits as they will swim the first
day of camp.
The Camp lasts from June 30
to August 15. with the exception
of July 4. The girls will meet on
Wednesdays and Fridays from
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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Anderson to Sing Classics,
Spirituals, Spanish 'Jota
A brilliant assemblage of Pa-
nama and Canal Zone officials
headed by President and Mrs.
Alclbiades Arosemena Is expect-
ed at the Central Theater to-
night for the 8:30 p. m. concert
of the distinguished American
contralto Marian Anderson.
Top-ranking envoys of the dip-
lomatic corps will also be .pre-
sent.
A spokesman fpr the Wester-
man Concert Agency emphasiz-
ed this morning that only per-
sons holding tickets for seats
will be admitted to the theater.
and that no "standing room"
will be sold for the concert.
Accompanied by pianist Franz
Rupp. Miss Anderson has an-
nounced a four-part program
for the concert:
Part 1: Recitation and Rondo,
by Mozart.
Part II: Gretchen and the
Spinning Wheel, Farewell, the
Death of the Little Girl, and The
Erlklng. by Schubert.
Part III: Do Not Refuse, from
"Heriodiade," by Masslnet.
Part IV: Eternal Elegy, from
the opera "Andaluca," by Gra-
nados; the Funeral of King
Nago, by Tavares; and a Spanish
"Jota" or folk song.
Part V: Negro Sprltuals, In-
cluding the following:
Sometimes I fell Like a Mo-
therless Child, arranged by
Brown: Oh I What a Beautiful
City, arranged by Boatnei; the
Cruclflctlon, arranged by Payne;
and Honor, Honor, arranged by
Johnson.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY EBSKINE JOHNSON
NBA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) Guys
and Dolls: Is Boris Karloff a new
member of the Phooey-on Hol-
lywood Club?
The accusing digit has been
pointed at him, but the goose-
flesh-popper, back on the sound
stages in UI's "The Door after a
two-year absence, vows that the
charge is pure fiction.
"An actor." he told me, "goes
where there's work for him and
I was weary of breaking my back
In my Hollywood garden waiting
for my next movie. So I went to
New York." Then he added:
"People are always aaylng,
Poor Boris, having to play those
Frankenstein monsters.' Look,
I'm dam grateful to that mons-
ter. But after three Frankenstein
pictures, there wasn't anything
left to do with him. I love that
monster."
The scare king's Idea of his
three best movies: "Isle of the
Dead," "Body Snatchers" and
"Bedlam." "I only had to work
with one head In those films," he
chuckled.
Garden Group Meets
Tomorrow At Morgan's
The Garden Group of the Bal-
boa Woman's Club will meet to-
morrow at the home of the
Chairman Mrs. C. P. Morgan. All
members are requested to notify
Mrs. Morgan if they expect to
attend. Mrs. Morgan has outlined
a year of great Interest to the
Garden Group with an entirely
different program each month.
All members are invited.
Doris Day Is hopping mad.
A report that Doris and her
groom Marty Melcher are spatting
is the fuse that set her off.
"What won't they do to make
us hot copy again?" Warners' top
blonde raged on the set of "Star-
lift." "We're happily married and
we like being dull. It's a pleasure.
Marty's a wonderful husband
and a father. My son. Terry, is
crazy about him. He's calling
himself Terry Melcher at school.
We're real homebodies, Marty
and I. and we don't go out. That's
the way we like to live."
The ear of Metropolitan Opera
Czar Rudolf Blng may be cupped
to hear baritone Robert Merrill
singing "I'm Ashamed TO be
Taking Hollywood Gold." but
Merrill hasn't gotten around to
that aria yet.
"Opera stars have been mak-
ing pictures since the early days
of movies," Merrill sighed when I
asked him about his suspension
from the Met.
"Caruso made a picture and so
did Geraldlne Farrar. Movies
haven't hurt Laurence Tibbett,
Gladys Swarthout or Rise Ste-
vens. Anything done In good
taste can't hurt you."
Merrill has a faint idea that
the title of his first movie, "Aa-
ron Slick From Punkin Crick."
may have something to do with
Rudolf's never-darken-my-door
order.
"All my opera friends do a dou-
ble-take when they hear the ti-
tle," he laughed.
Shelley Winters' deadpan an-
swer to queries about the now-
lifted studio suspension that
was pinned on her for refusing
to return from New York to co-
star with Frank Sinatra In "Meet
Danny Wilson":
"It was all a mistake. I didn't
think the picture was ready. I
thought It was Sam Goldwyn's
way of getting Farley Granger to
come back to Hollywood."
The significance of Farley's
ring on her finger?
"We're not engaged. Just
'cause a fella gives you Jewelry Is
no reason for marrying him. I'm
Just not,the kind of girl to turn
down diamonds."
Audle Murphy's shrugging his
shoulders about the new fan
mail count at Ul that puts him
ahead of Jeff Chandler, Tony Cur
tis and Francis the Mule.
"I guess it's a good thing," he
said. "The bobbysock thing was
Just an overnight thing. I'm
pleased now about hearing from
servicemen and kids. Now that
means something."
The World War II hero never
thought he'd say it, but he's ad-
mitting he's beginning to take
bis movie career seriously with
his current film, "The Clmmaron
Kid." He mused:
The career thing. I expected
It to be a picnic for a while, noth-
ing more than thai. Then I
changed my mind. I've got a wife
now and I want a family. So I'm
serious about movies."
His only wall: "I'd like to do a
TV western series. But my con-
tract says I can't."
Short Takes: Orson Welles Is
due back in the U.S., after clear-
ing himself with Uncle Sam's in-
come tax department, late this
summer. His prime target: A
full-scale invasion of television.
Phil Moore says he stayed at
a hotel In Palm Springs called:
"The Outstretched Palms."
MGM's answer to Fox's "Old
Soldier Never Die" "The Gen-
eral Came Home." ... inside on
Jane Wymans collapse on the set
of "The Blue Veil" a muscle
spasm caused by overwork. She
returned to work the next day.
St. Peters To Hold
Patronal Festival
Starting Sunday
In observance of the patronal
festival of St. Peter's church. La
Boca, a week of appropriate serv-
ices will be held starting Sunday
night, June 34, through the fol-
lowing Sunday night, July 1.
Several Episcopal clergymen
will participate in the observance
a., preachers. They are the Ven-
erable Arthur F. Nightengale,
Archdeacon of Panama and rec-
tor of St. Paul's Church, Panama
City, Tuesday night, June 26;
Rev. Antonio Ochoa S., priest in
charge of St. Christopher's
church. Rio Abajo, Wednesday
night, June 37; Rev. Milton A.
Cookson, priest In charge of the
church of Our Saviour, New Cris-
tobal, Thursday night, June 38;
and Rev. Malnert J. Peterson, rec-
tor of Christ Church, Colon. Fri-
day night. June 39.
As St. Peter's day falls on -June
39, a patronal festival dinner will
be given by the Parish Welfare
Council after the service that
night. Reservations for the din-
ner may be made through any
member of the council.
Closing vespers 7:30 p.m. July
1. will take form of a recognition
service in behalf of certain lay-
readers and choristers, who will
be cited for faithful services by
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley, priest In
charge.
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MacA Probers Shear Witness
List, Expect Early Closure
By JOHN L. 8TEBLI
WASHINGTON, June It (UP). The Senate MacArthur In-
vestigating Committee agreed yesterday to wind up its two-
months old Inquiry as soon as possible after hearing four more
witnesses and Gen. Douglas MacArthur, If he wants to return to
answer his critics. m
The decision by the 26-man Foreign Relations-Armed Ser-
vices Committee meant that Its Investigation of MacArthur's re-
call and Far East policy in general probably will end In a week
or so. No Senator protested against a speedy conclusion.
The committee decided to hear Vice Adm. Oscar Badger, com-
mander of the Eastern Sea Frontier today. Some Republicans
hoped Badger, who served under MacArthur as a World War II
naval commander in the Far East, would lend support to the
general's demand for a naval blockade of China.
Badger will be followed to the
stand by Patrick J. Hurley, war-
time Ambassador to China.
Hurley has accused State De-
partment officials In the Far East
of trying to destroy Chiang Kai-
shek's Chinese Nationalist Gov-
ernment and has supported most
of MacArthur's Korean war pro-
fiosals..During the war, he failed
n in effort to end the conflict
between the Chinese commu-
nists and Nationalists and later
predicted the Communists would
overrun China.
The other two witnesses will
be:
MaJ. Gen. Emmett (Rosey)
O'Donnell, who Irritated top mi-
litary leaders when he said in
January upon his return from
Korea that the United Nations
should have "smacked hell" out
of the Chinese Communists in
Manchuria. He Is a former B-39
commander in the Far Eastern
Air Force.
Maj. Gen. David C. Barr, chief
of a postwar military mission to
China and former commander of
the 7th Division In Korea, now
stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. He
prepared a report, Included In the
State Department's 1949 China
White Paper, which was critical
of the Chinese Nationalists. It
also said the Nationalists lost the
civil war because of Chiang's cor-
rupt government, not through
lack of arms.
The committee already lias of.
f ered to give MacArthur a chance
to answer testimony of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, Defense Secre-
tary George C. Marshall and oth.
er Administration witnesses. He
has not yet said whether he de-
sires to re-appear.
Committee chairman Richard
B. Russell, D, o, said he assum-
ed that Hurley, O'Donnell and
Badger were suggested because
their "evidence would not con-
firm" the testimony of Adminis-
tration witnesses.
The committee abandoned
plans to hear W. Averell Harri-
man, President Truman's foreign
policy adviser. Russell said the
committee and Harrlman both
felt that his testimony merely
would duplicate that of witness-
es already heard.
Russell lauded the committee
members for their self-restraint
and consideration of others
throughout the Inquiry "desnlte
the depth of feeling and the wide/
divergence of opinion" within tne
group. He said the hearings had
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CINCO CENTESIMO
En Julio se inicia la Interamericana
Los Ingenieros de la Misin
Norteamericana llegaron en
la maana de hoy a Tocumen
La partida de B/300.000 que consignar Panam,
fue aprobada por la Permanente
Los trabajos de la Carretera
Interamericana comenzarn en
los primeros dias del mes de
julio prximo, segn inform
en la maana de hoy el Minis-
tro de Obras Pblicas, Ingenie-
ro Norberto Navarro.
Esta declaracin del Ingenie-
ro Navarro fu formulada des-
pus de haber llegado a nuestro
pais los ingeniero* de la Misin
Americana que ultimarn los
detalles para el comienzo de los
trabajos, y de haber la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente
aprobado en segundo Debate
el crdito extraordinario por
B/300.000 con los cuales contri-
buir Panam a los trabajos de
la mencionada obra.
El Jefe de la Misin Norte-
americana, Ing. W. E. James,
viene acompaada del Ing. re-
sidente, Harfhberger quienes ce-
lebrarn una conferencia for-
mal con el Ministro maana a
las tres de la tarde en su Des-
pacho.
Se ha informado asimismo
que asistirn a la Conferencia
el Ingeniero Jefe de la Sec-
cin de Cartografa del Minis-
terio de Obras Pblicas e Inge-
niero Jefe de la Carretera In-
teramericana. Ingeniero Toms
Guardia, el Ingeniero Jefe de
la Seccin de Caminos, Inge-
niero Antonio Enriques y el Lie.
Digenes Dueas, Asesor Juri-
rlco del Ministerio.
Como quiera que .ya los due-
os de los terrenos por donde
pasar la carretera han cell-
do la faja que ocupe sta y ya
ha sido aprobada la partida
por la Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente, no se necesita sino
que el Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos, asigne la suma de
B/.600.000 a Panam, lo cual se
har inmediatamente que nues-
tra Repblica consigne su parte.
Vivi seis aos bajo
tierra n Varsovia
, I VARSOVIA, Polonia, Junio 18 (UP) Las autorida-
des anunciaron hoy sue nn barbudo soldado alemn de
32 anea de edad logr sobrevivir seis aos de entierro
en an depsito de abastecimientos subterrneo del Ejer-
cito Naal. ,
Las autoridades dijeron que. el Beldada de icii pies
de estatura, ciego e incapaz de hablar coherentemente,
all a rastras de su prisin subterrnea cuando algunoi
obreros retiraron grandes vigas de conoreto de la entra-
da del depeito.
El soldado fu llevad* a un hospital en donde los
i film illjii! mi )^M^i^^Mf]iM^^Ir,'' * "-
cuperar su faena v s WtJs*
Los testigos que lograren habtef **n el soldado pee*
despees que fu rescatada, dijeren que el beeabre que pe-
le en W* ejrcitos de Adelfa Hitler alega qae quede atra-
pada par aecldente cea einco cantaradas en el deposito
de comida y ropa.
Tambin dijeron que otro hombre sall a rastras del
deposite junto cea el saldada, pero que muri de un ata-
que cardiaco cnando la lur del sol le hiri los ojos.
De acuerdo can los informes, el soldado dijo que l
y cinco otros compaeros quedaron atrapado* en el de-
psito subterrneo cuando las trepas alemanas, en reti-
rada de Polonia, dinamitaron la entrada del depsito en
1945
Una de las entradas de aire del depsito no sufri
daos, el agua entraba por varias rajaderas r en el de-
psito habla bastante comida para los seis hombres.
Segn el soldado, dos de sus compaeros se suicida-
ron pocos meses despees de su encierro y otros des mu-
rieron de causas desconocidas. Les dos ltimos aos los
pas a oscuras, pues las velas se terminaron.
El sucesor de Mindszenty ser
juzgado de conspirar contra
el Estado y otros Crmenes
Son los mismos delitos por los cuales se conden al
Cardenal Mindszenty en Budapest
La Cmara de Comercio propondr
un plan para rebajar aranceles
Un contingente de
suramericanos ha
llegado a Corea
COREA. Urgente, Jurtlo 19.
(UP). El primer contingen-
te de tropas suramerlcanas lle-
g a bordo del transporte nor-
teamericano "Aiken Victory". El
contingente est compuesto por
mil soldados y 50 oficiales co-
lombianos.
Despus de un viaje de 25
dias el transporte atrac en
el puerto mientras una banda
del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
tocaba en el muelle el Himno
Nacional de Colombia, Mona
Lisa y otras marchas.
Entre los funcionarlos que
dieron la bienvenida a los sol-
dados colombianos se encontra-
ban el presidente Syngman
Rhee y su Gabinete, el Tenien-
te General John A. Coulter, el
Embajador de Estados Unidos,
John J. Mucclo y otros diplo-
mticos extranjeros.
Esta noche llene
lugar el concierto
de Haran Anderson
El siguiente es el programa
del recital que ofrecer la gran
contralto Marian Anderson en
el Teatro Central esta noche
a las 8.30.
I
M. A. Mozart Recitativo y
Rond.
II
F. Schubert Margarita en la
rueca. La Muerte y la Mucha-
cha.
III
J. Massenet No me rehuses,
de "Hrlodiade".
Intermedie
IV
Enrique Granados Elega E-
terna. Andaluca.
H. Tavares Funerales del
Rey Nago.
M. de FaUa Jota.
V
Canciones ,de negros:
arr. Brown ' A veces me sien-
to como un nio sin madre,
arr. Boatner Qu bella ciu-
dad.
arr. Payne La Crucifixin,
arr. Johnson Honor, honor
Los productos alimenticios
gravados con impuestos muy
altos sern rebajados
En relacin con las conversaciones que se vienen realliando
entre el Ministerio de Hacienda, el Banco Agropecuario y la C-
mara de Comercio en relacin con los Aranceles, esta ltima nos
ha enviado el siguiente comunicado:
"De acuerdo con lo convenido en la ltima reunin de la
Junta Directiva de la Cmara de Comercio, Industrias y Agricul-
tura de Panam, a la cual asisti el Gerente del Banco Agro-Pe-
cuario e Industrial, Lie. Eduardo Vallarino, y representantes del
grupo de Mayoristas y Minoristas, la Cmara de Comercio pro-
pondr al Gobierno nn provecto de arancel que contempla reduc-
cin de aquellos productos alimenticios que hoy estn gravados
con altos impuestos".
"Pero ante todo es preciso buscar la manera de que aumen-
te el circulante mediante la creacin de empleos porque mientras
naya desocupados los precios de lee artculos de primera necesi-
dad siempre parecern altos".
"Panam es un mercado altamente competitivo por razones
qne se han expuesto en diversas ocasiones, las utilidades que se
haeen entre comerciantes mayoristas y minoristas son muy redu-
cidas, y es con eae proposito que publicamos el siguiente cuadro
para qne se conosca el costo de los principales productos y los
precios de venta de esos productos al detalle".
Para dar una Idea de las ganancias obtenidas por los mino-
ristas, el Secretarlo de la Cmara, don Pablo Abad, nos ha tra-
do le titlente:
___________________ los mtodos que usa Castillo M.
para conseguir proslitos pugnan
contra toda moral", Prbo. Clavel
Panam, 18 de Junio de IBM.
or www don
pdto Arias

Don Robert* dla
Guardia noatoft
en ia ONU ayer
Por Decreto IBJ ^^Mi
por conducto am
fu designado efl
de la Guardia, *? i de la re-
6resentacln permanlrret de la
.epbllca de Panam ante la
Organizacin de las Naciones
Unidas, con el rango de Minia-
tro Consejero.
El mencionado Decreto lleva la
firma del Excmo. 8r. Presidente
de la Repblica, don Alclblades
Arosemena, y del titular de la
Cartera de Relaciones Exterio-
res, Lie. Ignacio Molino.
anapfa Amrica"
rector:
En el Dominical de ayer a-
pnreei una rectificacin del se-
llar Luis F. Castillo Mndez
quien se autodenomina "Arzo-
bispo Patriarca de Caracas y
liado de Venezuela de ia
ia Nacional Catlica Apos-
a Venezolana" (primer ti-
tulo) a la noticia que apareci
en su leido diarlo. Como quiera
que este lobo con piel de oveja
pretende presentarse como una
victima de nuestros ataques me
parece conveniente dejar cons-
tancia de los motivos que nos
han movido a desenmascararlo
(Pasa a la Pgina 5. Col. *>
Se congestionan
las lneas areas
por la huelga
NUEVA YORK, Junio 19 (UP)
Los pasajeros que se encuen-
tran varados por la huelga ma-
rtima de cuatro dias en Estados
Unidos estn llenando las ofi-
cinas de reservaciones de las
lineas areas tratando de con-
seguir pasaje.
Las reservaciones son suma-
mente difciles de conseguir ya
que las lin^u areas estn co-
menzando su temporada de tu-
rismo, la ms grande de toda.-,.
Sin embargo, los pasajeros
procedentes de Panam, Cen-
tro y Sur Amrica con destino
a Europa pueden pasar por alto
ia huelga martima y el conges-
tlonamlento areo.
Se piensa reducir
la cuota de azcar
a la Rep. de Cuba
WASHINGTON, junio 19. _
(UP). Harold Cooley, presi-
dente de la Comisin Agraria
de la Cmara de Representan-
tes, dijo a la Prensa Unida que
est estudiando la propuesta del
Ejecutivo de una ley azucare-
ra que probablemente se pre-
sentar oficialmente hoy.
Se tiene entendido que en'la
fropuest* se sugiere aumentar
70 mil toneladas a la cuota
anual de Puerto Rico y dar a
los paises de "arancele com-
pletos", Incluso Per y Rep-
blica Dominicana cuatro por
ciento del mercado azucarero
norteamericano.
A Cuba se le garantiza una
cuota minima de 2,18(1,000 to-
neladas y continuar recibien-
do la mayor parte de cualquier
dficit o aumento en el con-
sumo del azcar en EE. UU.
La nueva ley tiene el apoyo
de la Industria azucarera de
Estados Unidos, de los depar-
tamentos de Agricultura, Inte-
rior, Hacienda y Estado y de
los lderes parlamentarios de
los Estados azucareros.
Dictaduras contra la
Libertad de Prensa
NUEVA YORK, Junio 19 (IIP) La Junta Ejecutiva
de la Asociacin nter-Americana de Prensa public el
informe de que Demetrio Canelas, director de "Los Tiem-
pos" de Cochabamba, haba sido detenido sin explicacin
alguna el 6 de Junio pasado.
El informe dice que Canelas fu "citado a La Pas
para conferenciar con el Ministro de Gobierno. El fu a
La Pas pero no pudo ver al Ministro, de modo qne re-
gres a Cochabamba. Cuando baj del avin, varios
agentes de polica lo detuvieron y lo condujeron a un au-
tomvil de la Polica, encarcelndolo luego en una celda
sin facilidades algunas. A sus amigos y asociados se lea
negaron informes sobre el incidente".
Un portavoz de la Junta Ejecutiva de la Asociacin
dijo que segn noticias recibidas, Canelas continuaba de-
tenido hasta mediados de la semana pasada.
El informe tambin incluye lo siguiente:
El Gobierno Argentino, que ya ha cerrado peridicos
tan destacados como "La Prensa", "El Intransigente", y
"La Nueva Provincia" de Baha Blanca, proyecta ahora
confiscar "La Prensa" y quisas otros diarios, como se evi-
denci el Viernes cuando se supo que se hablan impuesto
multas de 32 millones de pesos contra "La Prensa" y una
cantidad Igualmente elevada contra los propietarios de
"La Nacin". El Gobierno Argentino tambin ha encar-
celado a David Michel Torino y su hermano, propietarios
de "El Intransigente", acusados de "desacato a la Polica".
Respecto a Colombia el Informe dice:
"La Asociacin nter-Americana de Prensa tambin
tiene informes de que en Colombia los propietarios de
diarios teme* que el Gobierno repetir lo que ya se ha
hecho en Argentina en cuanto a la expropiacin de las
existencias de papel y el control de su distribucin. En
ese pais, tres peridicos "El Tiempo", "El Liberal" y
"El Colombiano" fueron cerrados por 24 horas por or-
den del Gobierno que adujo que hablan publicado foto-
grafas sin aprobacin de la Censura. Despus de eso el
Gobierno Colombiano ha congelado los precios de los pe-
ridicos frente a los crecientes costos de produccin, obli-
gando a los diarlos colombianos a reducir su nmero de
pginas y circulacin".
Al dar publicidad al informe. Tom Wallace, Presiden-
te de la Asociacin, dijo: "Slo hay un modo de comba-
tir las continuas tentativas de los regmenes arbitrarlos
y autocrticos para destruir la libertad de prensa, y es
mantener a los pueblos completamente Informadas de las
medidas de sus Gobiernos".
BUDAPST. Junio 19 (UP)
Be ha anunciado oficialmente
que el Arzobispo Josef Groers,
brese Escuela de
Servicio Diplomtico
y Consular el da 22
El viernes 22 a las ocho te
la noche se Inaugurar la Es-
cuela del Servicio Diplomtico
y Consular de la Universidad. El
acto se verificara en el Saln
de Humanidades y asistirn el
Cuerpo Diplomtico, el Cuerpo
Consular, y funcionarios pbli-
co*. Hablarn en el acto el
Canciller Ignacio Molino, el Rec-
tor Octavio Mndez P., el De-
cano de la Escuela de Admi-
nistracin Pblica. Profesor
Vsquez, y un profesor y un
alumno de la nueva escuela.
Circulacin pagada ayer
22,600
de 84 aos de edad, sucesor de
Mindszenty, ser juzgado el fUt
r.es junto con ocho "cmplices"
por los delitos de conspirar con-
tra el Estado, negociar en el
mercado negro, ayudar a per-
sonas a escapar hacia el occi-
dente y otros "crmenes".
Seg el anuncio publicado en
los diarlos esta maana, el em-
pleado del servicio de informa-
cin de Estados Unidos, AlaJos
Pongracz, est Incluido entre los
cmplices.
Pongracz fu arrestado hace
un mes. Su Inclusin entre >os
acusrdo Lidlca que "la Lega-
cin de upa potencia Imperia-
lista" mencionada en la acusa-
cin es la Embajada de Estados
Unidos.
Los otros acusados son ties
curas, un miembro del Pana-
ment, un funcionarlo de im-
puestos y un ex-mlembro de la
Cmara Alta., El anuncio del
juicio dice que los acusaUo.-
confesaron todo".
Mientras tanto, contina la
deportacin de "elementos inde-
seables". A un nmero Indeter-
minado de familias se let dijo
ayer que salieran de la capital
hngara en 24 horas.
Renuncia un Jefe de Polica complicado en
una investigacin de juegos ilcitos
La Asociacin
hace peticin

ina
s
Naciones Unidas
La Asociacin China de Pa-
nam ha enviado a las Nacio-
nes Unidas una peticin para
qne tomen una accin efectiva
contra el terrorismo y las atro-
cidades cometidas en la Chin a
continental por los comunistas.
La peticin, escrita en chino,
fue enviada por avin el domin-
go en la noche. Esta dice que
cientos de cartas personales re-
cibidas por los residentes chi-
nos en Panam desde Hong
Kong y Macao informan las a-
trocidades cometidas por los
comunistas en las ciudades,
pueblos y villas' en el Conti-
nente.
Muchas de estas cartas rela-
tan que han sido torturadas y
ejecutadas muchas personas en
mtines pblicos comunistas en
plena calle. A las victimas se
les ha acusado de los "crme-
nes" de poseer unas cuantas
hectreas de tierra, y de haber-
se rehusado a contribuir con
dinero a los movimientos antl-
amerlcano y de "Ayuda a Co-
rea" los cuales estn auspicia-
dos por el rgimen rojo.
MIAMI, Florida. Junip 19
i UP) El Sheriff "Smllla J'-
mmy Sullivan, quin se encuen-
da complicado en los juea*4-
lcltos de la Costa de Ora, re-
nunci su puesto ayer en vista
de que el Comit del Senado so-
bre investigaciones crimnale.:
abrir una investigacin para a-
veriguar las razones que taro el
Gobernador para volverlo a ti-
plear.
El Comit del Senado anun-
ci que la renuncia de sullUan
no cambiar en nada la situa-
cin.
"Todava queremos que l
y su esposa declaren, ata
Sheriff o no", dijo el ayudante
del Comit, Georgen Martin.
"Tambin queremos que el Gj-
bernador Fuller Warren noa ex-
plique por qu emple nativa-
mente a Sullivan".
Warren, quien acept la re-
nuncia de Sullivan sin c ornen-
'atIos, se mantuvo firme en u
decisin de no acepta)
petid.as Invitaciones del CCsBi'.c
para que declare en :
Jueves y Viernes. Warren .ly> eteado una fervorosa y ele-
ai Presidente del Comitl
no tenia que rendirle etjHJ
iil a los Investigadores del Ce-
nado ni a ninguna otra perso-
na de las razones que tuvo ,***
volver a emplear a Sulllvaa.
La historia de Sullivan se-
ment hace un ao cuando I
i i i i.
lit del Senado, bajo la
Idencla del Senador Estes
HaaVuver, descubri que la
fertun del Sherrif haba cre-
aste anormalmente mientras
ate los raqueteros operaban
an pegocio de juegos de varios
aadsones de dlares.
El 'Gobernador Warren desti-
tuy a Sullivan en se entonas
pero volvi a emplearlo vares
snesets despus.
. Sullivan dijo en su renuncia
que sus enemigos polticos tra-
taran de "perseguirlo delloe-
adamente" mientras fuera
Sherlf en un "canallesco en-
fuera por crucificarme a mi
y a mi familia".
Dijo que su esposa, quien se
encuentra hospitalizada, sulri
un decaimiento nervioso decido
a loa1 "continuos ataques" de los
neridlcos de Miami, a los rue
lUi a demandar por calumnia
B "Miami Herald" dijo, co-
mentando las declaraciones de
EalliVan:
SblHvan trata de cubrirte
tras el manto del mrtirha-
Nombran agente de
la Caja de Seguro
a Jorge Velsquez
En la maana de hoy fue
designado el seor Jorge Ve-
lsquez como agente de la Caja
de Seguros en Coln. El seor
Velsquez reemplaza en esta
posicin al seor Nicols Ardito
Barletta.
Ule peticin de simpata
Si acaso l ha sido
e n t e n dido, insultado
milla (I o, es significativo
rUlya dejado de hacer usu
Qflauiera de la* facilida-
ales para contestar l.>
2.T5
El Directorio del
PNR se rene hoy
Esta noche a las ocho tendr
verificativo una reunin de la
Directiva del Partido Nacional
Revolucionarlo (PNR). segn
fuimos informados por miembros
de ese Partido.
En dicha reunin, segn he-
mos sabido, se trataran asuntos
oue se relacionan con la suerte
de esta agrupacin poltica. La
sesin tendr lugar en la resi-
dencia del Ingeniero Juan Alber-
to Morales, situada en la Calle
50.
Es probable que se celebr
un Congreso Internacional
sobre la Fiebre Aftosa
Es probable que un Congreso
Internacional sobre la Fiebre
Aftosa, cuya realizacin se ade-
lanta a Iniciativa de la Re-
pblica de Panam, sea cele-
brado en esta ciudad, durante
el prximo mes de agosto, se-
gn inform a la prensa el Mi-
nistro de Agricultura y Comer-
cio, Ing. David Samudlo.
Las Invitaciones para este
Congreso han sido enviadas por
la Cancillera y se espera que
asistan muchos paises america-
nos, en especial los oue per-
tenecen a la zona del Caribe,
donde la fiebre aftosa es des-
conocida.
A mediados del mes de fe-
brero ltimo, el rgano Eje-
cutivo dict por conduelo del
Ministerio de Agricultura y Co-
mercio e Industrias, un impor-
tante Decreto ampliando y adi-
cionando disposiciones vigentes'
en lo referente a la fiebre af-
tosa. la peste bovina y otra*
enfermedades de animales da
naturaleza parecida o diferen-
te.
En ese Decreto se dictaron
enrgicas medidas sanitarias y,
se estableci un estricto control
sobre las importaciones de ani-
males o especies susceptibles da
causas de dicha enfermedad.
Al tomarse estas medidas sa-
nitarias se tuvo en cuenta qua
la fiebre aftosa nunca ha apa-
recido en Panam, pero pueda
ser importada en cualquier mo-'
ment al territorio nacional, por
el hombre o por otros agentes'
del virus infeccioso que la pro-1
duce y que es de elemental pru-'
dencla prevenir y evitar que el1
mencionado flagelo Ingrese al;
pais y cause el estancamiento'
y la ruina de una Industria co-
mo la ganadera, que es fun-
damental para la Repblica.
Prohibidas en Shanghai las
labores de la Sede Central^
Catlica por los Comunistas
Se considera ste como uno de los golpes ms rudos
dados al catolicismo en China
HONG KONO", Junio 19 (UP>
Segn noticias de Shangmi.
los comunistas chinos, en uno
de los golpes ms rudos dados
al catollsismo en China han
prohibido las actividades de la
Sede Central Catlica en Shang-
hai y 'nan puesto a sus dirigen-
tes bajo vigilancia policiaca a
reservas de una investigacin
ce supuestas actividades "Impe-
rialistas".
La decisin se toma en ir.c-
mentos en que los comunicas
tfectan en toda la nacin u: campaa de calumnias contra
ti enviado del Vaticano a Nan-
Kin. Monseor Autonius Ribe.3.
Diariamente los peridicos co-
munistas dan cuenta de "mti-
nes de denuncia" en los que r.e
pide la expulsin del Delegado
Apostlico.
Segn la prensa comunista. U
Sede Central Catlica que cck.i-
ciina las misiones catlicas en
la China, es una "organization
reaccionaria" bajo la direccin
cel Monseor Ribera.
Interesante folleto
sobre arroz reparte
el Agropecuario
Habindose agotado nuestra
edicin del "Dominical" del do-
mingo pasado en el cual apa-
reci un artculo titulado "El
Cultivo del Arroz" del cual es
autor el seor don Encarnacin
Picota, informamos a nuestroa
lectores que dicho artculo apa-
rece publicado en un Interesan-
te folleto publicado por el Ban-
co Agropecuario e Industrial.
Todas las personas interesa-
das en obtener dicho folleto
pueden dirigirse a las oficinas
de dicha institucin, en donde
podrn obtener gratuitamente
copias de dicha obra.
Llega a su punto culminante el problema de Irn
TEHERAN, Junio 19.( U P )El vespertino
del Frente Nacionalista "Bakstar Emrouz" public
un despacho urgente de su corresponsal en la fron-
tera Bajgiran-Khorosan al lado occidental del Mar
Caspio de que los rusos estn llevando a cabo ma-
niobras nocturnas en Beyat-Haji al lado sovitico
de la frontera.
19.(U P )Gran Bretaa
retirar su flota de buquet-
petrolero de Irn si el Go-
a cabo las amenazas de apo-
ms grande del mundo na-'
LONDRES, Junio
se est preparando a
tanques del comercio
bierno de ese pas lleva
derarse de la refinera
aa al amanecer.
El retiro de esta flota de buques-tanques ja*
rspwpenta la sptima parte del total mundial para*
lizaaft el comercio petrolero de Irn casi inmedia-
Umajte.
v"sfuentes autorizadas dijeron que esta medida
sera seguida por la evacuacin de todo el personal
luco en los campos petroleros de Irn por las
fuerzas navales y areas del Medio Oeste.
}
El Gobierno de Irn envi un ultimtum a la
compaa petrolera para que entregue el 75 por
ciento de sus entradas al Gobierno de Irn, y sta
deber ser contestado a ms tardar esta noche, pe-
ro los crculos oficiales dijeron que en la presen-
te forma no ser aceptado.


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PELIGROS PARA EL ORDEN SOCIAL
I
La vida democrtica contempornea se encuen-
tra amenazada por doctrinas exticas que filosfi-
camente significan el aniquilamiento de los dere-
chos y de la libertad del individuo. Basta un vista-
zo al mapa politico del mundo para ver las vastas
regiones ya dominadas por el imperialismo comu-
nista y las otras en donde se advierten los graves
peligros de una infiltracin, a veces muy bien disi-
mulada, que tiene por objeto poner en prctica la
campaa proselitista.
En Europa el movimiento tiende a extenderse
socavando en los pases democrticos los cimientos
de su estructura poltica. La propaganda penetra
cada vez con ms intensidad y los recursos del co-
munismo internacional entran en juego de peligro-
sa importancia.
En Asia el problema ha adquirido mayores y
ms trgicas proporciones. All el imperialismo se
fia manifestado en forma dolorosamente violenta
atropellando todo principio de dignidad humana y
atentando contra la soberana de naciones dbiles.
No es necesario mencionar ejemplos para que el
pblico recuerde los sucesos sangrientos que es-
tn llevando la miseria y la muerte a miles de ho-
gares en el Lejano Oriente.
Es indudable que en Amrica se ha iniciado
una activa campaa de infiltracin comunista la
cual se palpa en muchos pases del Continente. El
asunto es, por su naturaleza, sumamente delicado y
debe tratarse con la seriedad que tal problema re-
quiere. Las fuerzas vivas de la democracia deben
abrir los ojos para no dejarse sorprender por los
falsos apstoles de la demagogia que en forma di-
recta o indirecta estn minando nuestro sistema
poltico.
Por lo que respecta a Panam es necesario que
los elementos positivamente democrticos compren-
dan el peligro que se cierne sobre el pas a fin de
ponerle dique a las pretensiones de transformacin
social de acuerdo con la mentalidad comunista. Aqu
hay simpatizadores de esta doctrina los cuales po-
. dran dividirse en dos clases: unos son sincero aca-
1 so por ingenuidad y otros son^ demagogos especu-
ladores que trabajan a la sombra arropando sus ex-
posiciones con una dialctica confusa pero tratan-
do de impresionar a las masas. Estos son, a no du-
darlo, los ms peligrosos.
""Es necesario estar alertas frente al peligro. A
la democracia no se le puede exigir que d facili-
dades para que sus enemigos la destruyan. Por eso
es muy conveniente que se haga todo lo posible
porque quienes no estn identificados con nuestro
sistema democrtico republicano no lleguen a posi-
ciones claves desde las cuales la labor de aniquila-
miento les sea ms propicia.
El
rr
?>
Aviso Oportuno
Es Rara to v Efprtiw
de WASHINGTON
Poi DREW PEARSON v
Drew Pearson dice: El Presidente Truman representa al
consumidor en la batalla por el control de precios; Un
pandillero de Chicago le grue desafiante a los miem-
bros del comit del Senado sobra investigaciones cri-
minales; Los Senadores Hunt y Tobey se enredan con
"El Camello".

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WASHINGTON; El Presi-
dente i ruinan aiempre peu-
mi que comedi un grave e-
rrnr al ceder ante los conse-
jeros del Gabinete en Octubre
de i9iii cuando modifico el
control de precios sobra la
carne. Esta es una de las ra-
zones por la cual se ha con-
vertido, literalmente, en un
combatiente personal contra
ios empacadores de carne y a
lavor de los consumidores en
la actual batalla sobre el con-
trol de precios.
En una con lerenda privada
con sus dirigentes del Congreso
la semana pasada, el Presiden-
te se pronuncio contra ios gran-
des empacadores de carne.
Dijo el f residente: "Los em-
pacadores estn preocupados
porque perdern algunas de
sus enormes ganancias. Pero
ellos mismos se lo han busca-
do al inflar los precios y ex-
primir al consumidor.
Agreg que algunos de los
vocnerantes elementos entre los
ganaderos no estn defendlen-
tio a la industria ganadera.
"Yo tengo algunos ntimos a-
mlgos que estn en este negocio
alia en mi area, la cual es el
mercado ms grande de ganado
en el mundo ', continu Truman,
"y me dicen que no se sienten
para nada molestos por los
controles del Gobierno en la
carne."
"Estos hombres vinieron a
Washington y estuvieron discu-
tiendo el asunto con Mike Di-
Saile. Quieren hacer dinero,
como toos los dems, pero po-
nen los intereses nacionales por
encima de los intereses mezqui-
nos.
Si la "antesala" contra el
control de precio* tuviera e-
xito y todos los controles de
precios fueran abolidos, el
consumidor nor teamerlcano
no sera la nica victima, re-
calc el Presidente. Muchos
criadores de ganado y aves
sufrirn la* consecuencias, ya
que los poderoso intereses
ganaderos haran subir el pre-
cio del forraje y los granos,
los cuales estn bastantes es-
casos.
La misma clase, de alimentos
que se utilizan para alimentar
la* gallinas y ganado lechero
e*U que te usa para el ganado
de carne, y los productores de
carne estaran dispuestos a pa-
gar cualquier precio para en-
gordar su ganado, ya que saben
que le cargaran el costo extra
a los consumidores, de no haber
controles.
"Lo malo es que nosotros
en el Congreso no estamos o-
yendo la versin del consumi-
dor en sta problema", hizo
notar el Representante Paul
Brown de Georgia. "Estamos
oyendo mucho del otro lado,
los que estn contra los con-
troles, pero el consumidor no
est diciendo casi nada."
"Oh, si, s lo est," respon-
di Traman. "Yo soy el re-
presentante del consumidor."
"EL CAMELLO GRUE"
Murray "El Camello" Hum-
phrey, un canoso pandillero de
ia era de Capone pero an uno
de los principales nombres mu-
los del pas, gru desafiante
al Comit oel Crimen del Se-
nado el otro da en lo que pro-
bablemente fu una de ias ms
cnocantes demostraciones ae de-
sacato en la historia del Se-
nado.
El hampn de Chicago fu
trado a una sesin a puertas
cerradas despus de haber eva-
dido durante seis meses una ci-
tacin del Senado. Sin embargo,
demostr la misma falta de res-
peto por los legisladores que
la que ha demostrado durante
toda su vida Ror los represen-
tantes de la ley. Con una mo-
fa en sus labios, estuvo burln-
dose de los Senadores pero re-
hus contestar a sus pregun-
tas.
"Ustedes saben muchachos,
que entre ms duro trabajen
mejor entenderemos nosotros
cuales son nuestros derechos",
dijo burlonamente el hombre
que est considerado como u-
no de los CINCO GRANDES
del hampa de Chicago y quien
ll*s" a ser el secretario de
finanzas de Al Capone.
Finalmente, el senador Les-
ter Hunt de Wyoming, famoso
por su paciencia, qued colmado
AUMENTE sus GANANCIAS con
TRACTORES e IMPLEMENTOS
"ALUS CHALMERS"
FCILES DE MONTAR. No necesitan
herramientas especiales.
MONTADOS AL FRENTE permiten cul-
tivar ms fcilmente.
REPUESTOS fcilea de obtener.
ECONMICOS por su duracin y buen
funcionamiento.
CUANDO DE MAQUINARIA SE TRATE,
CONSLTENOS.
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(originalmente establecida en 1865)
Apartado 2140 Avenida B 79 Telfono 2-1013
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coir-la Insolencia de Humphrey.
La paciencia de Hunt toco a su
fin cuando comenz a pregun-
tarle a Humphrey sobre su fa-
milia, Inclusive la educacin de
su hija.
"Yo podra contestar eso'',
gru el pandillero, "pero voy
* rehusar contestarle porque
creo que usted eet haciendo
las preguntas equivocadas.'
"Cul es el primer nom-
bre de su hija?", pregunt
Hunt cor. calma.
"Yo no veo qu tiene que
ver mi hija con sta investi-
gacin", salt JEJ Camello."
"No es usted quien debe a-
nalizar la clase de preguntas
que yo haga", dijo Hunt, eri-
zado, "Si no quiere contestar,
digalo simplemente."
"Acaso le gustara a usted
que la gente le estuviera ha-
ciendo preguntas sobre su fa-
milia?", respondi Humphrey.
"No es uste' quien est In-
terrogando al Senador. Es el
Senador quien lo Interroga a
usted. Es usted quien est a-
qul como testigo", contest
Hunt con agudeza.
"Todava me molesta sta
clase de interrogatorio", gruo
"El Camello."
CAUSAS FAMILIARES DEL
CRIMEN
"Usted va ser citado por
desacato. Y eso puedo asegu-
rarlo", respondi el Senador
de Wyoming. "~... estamos tra-
tando averiguar algo sa-
br su vida de hogar. No va-
mos a resolver ste problema
hasta que no lleguemos a la
misma base de las causas del
crimen en Estados Unidos."
"Entonces ustedes tienen la
impresin de que yo soy un
criminal, no es cierto?", con-
test Humphrey sarcastica-
mente.
"Rehus contestar sa pre-
gunta porque podra incrimi-
narme", contest Hunt usan-
do la frase favorita del pan-
dillero.
"El Camello" estuvo an ms
atrevido cuando se enred con
el reverendo Senador aV Nuevo
Hampshire, Charles Tobey.
"Algunos de nosotros cree-
mos que usted podra expla-
yarse y decirnos una historia
interesante, si quisiera", dajo
Tobey. punzndolo.
"As qne esa es su opinin?",
se burl el pandillero. "Pies la
ma no es."
"ton todas stas olas de cr-
menes que hay en Chicago
y a trav de la nacin, ao
cree usted que debera decir-
nos todo lo que sabe sobre el
sucio carcter del hampa?"
presion el Senador de Nuevo
Hampshire.
"No cree usted que Chicago
es tan limpia como cual-
quier otra ciudad O acas*
est usted Insinuando que
nuestra ciudad no es limpia?",
respondi Humphrey.
"Eso fu tan slo una ilus-
tracin", explico Tobey, y
luego trat de nuevo: "u a-
provechara usted la oportu-
nidad para decirle a ste Co-
mit todo lo que sabe sobre el
crimen y los criminales que
llevan a cabo negocios ilega-
les en el pas?"
"Ya us'.ed oy mi declara-
cin", gru Humphrey refi-
rindose a su primera decla-
racin en el Comit de que
no contestara a las pregun-
tas que podran incriminarlo.
TOBEY PERSISTE
"Si, ya la oi. Pero acaso no
es nuestn deber divulgar s-
tas cosa. y dar toda In infor-
macin que podamos a fin
de hacer de Estados Unidos un
pas decente", dijo Tobey een
fervor evanglico.
"Ya usted tiene mi res-
puesta. Yo cree qne lo he oido
pronunciar sos discursos an-
teriormente", se burl Hum-
phrey con desacato.
"Y vuelvo a pronunciarlos"
respondi Tobey.
"Si, usted est bien entre-
nado en so", ronc el pan-
dillero.
Mostrndose insolente to-
dava, "El Camello" ms Ur-
de inform al Comit qu a-
vin lo haba trado a Wa-
shington.
"To vine en se avin tam-
^
Se comenta nuestro editorial sobre
Profesores Graduados y sin ttulo
Para su publicacin se nos ha enviado la siguiente carta:
Panam, 16 de Junio de 1951.
Seor,
Director de EC PANAMA AMERICA.
La Ciudad. .
Despus de leer su editorial del da viernes 15 de los corrien-
tes, consider necesario volver sobre el problema del profesorado
e insistir en una rotunda aclaracin para impedir que la ciuda-
dana panamea tenga una falsa nocin de lo que tanto se ha
debatido. Entiendo que los articulistas que favorecen con sus
razones a los profesores sin titulo tratan de presentar a los re-
cin egresados universitarios como a "muchachotes" que apenas
si conpeen el ambiente en qne estudiaron. No es asi, seor Di-
rector, usted sabe, como todos, que no es asi!!!! Casi la totali-
dad de mis colegas graduados que por el momento tienen cte-
dra han trabajado y an trabajan en la Escuela Elemental, al-
gunos llevan hasta dies v seis aos en la brega educativa.
Como usted lo afirma, hay dos bandosr.los graduados y los
no graduados, pero con una diferencia muy protuberante, los
primeros adems de su titulo tienen la EXPERIENCIA (sea sta
de rutina o de estudio). No es, pues, slo una presuncin lo que
favorece a los graduados.
Todos sabemos en Panam cmo estudiaron estos nuevos pro-
fesores, con grandes sacrificios, viajando desde La Chorrera,
Arraijn y Coln todos los das. Me consta que algunos ahorra-
ron sus modestos sueldos durante algunos aos para luego asis-
tir tanto a los Cursos de Verano como a los Cursos nocturnos"
de la Universidad. Qu dice, seor Director, de los que, viviendo
en la Capital, no hicieron el mismo esfuerzo??...
Se siente verdadera amargura pensar que bay empeo en ne-
gar mritos a estos abnegados servidores. Para qu dar la es-
palda a las evidencias??...
Suponiendo qne los nuevos profesores no tienen experiencia,
cundo la van a adquirir si no se les da oportunidad??...
Cuando asted afirma "que hay una multitud de casos de
personas sin titulo que superan en mucho a los graduados", no
querr usted Indicar que sov trescientos insustituibles...
Finalmente trae su editorial una solucin que no tengo in-
conveniente en aplaudir y recomendar: "LA OPOSICIN". Cen
esta brillante idea me da usted pie para volver sobre el tema de
la seleccin. Esta es necesaria si se desea que la Educacin pa-
namea avance como en todos los pases civilizados, y ha de ha-
cerse tanto en el campo moral como intelectual, de otra mane-
ra no sera selecein.
Aunque est demostrado que los hombres superiores de cual-
quier grupo pesan inadvertidos en vida para luege crecer como
gigantes en la Histeria, no es tan difcil percatarse de los ver-
daderos valores si se logra crear un sistema de seleccin que im-
pida la accin de los audaces y "logreros"; un sistema que pon-
ga de relieve ante espectadores desinteresados y un Jurado ho-
norable y erudito, las cualidades, dotes mentales y sapiencia de
los concursantes u opositores. La "oposicin" seria, pues, el m-
todo ms indicado para la seleccin que, dicho sea de paso, no
debe descuidar el aspecto moral de los presuntos profesores o ca-
tedrticos.
Qu interesante y necesario seria implantar el mtodo de la
"oposicin" en nuestra Universidad.
Que venga la "oposicin", seor Director, asi tendremos la
maravillosa oportunidad de saber: QUIEN ES QUIEN??... Ade-
ms, tampoco tendramos necesidad de polemizar y escribir so-
bre asuntos un tanto mortificantes, cuando los hechos son tozu-
dos.
Del seor Director, atentamente,
SANTIAGO COLORADO H.
(Ced. No. 8-32100)
bien", dijo Tobey
"As es la cosa? De manera
que traamos un pasajero dis-
tinguido, no es asi?", se bur-
l Hup phrey.
"SI yo lo hubiese viste, qui-
z podramos haber arregla-
do sto antes de llegar a sta
ciudad'', sugiri el Senador de
N/**e\o Hampshire.
' "Paca bien, si yo lo hubie-
se vfete. Senador, hubiera
tratad* de bajarme,') respon-
di el raquetero sobndose la
quijada.
El "*amelo" rehus termi-
nantemente discutir su crimi-
nal pasado o explicar sus Infor-
mes sobre la renta los cuales es-
taban en el acta secreta del Co-
mit. Estos Informes demostra-
ron que Humphrey habla de-
clarado una entrada "miscel-
nea" de 45,000 dlares tanto en
\
1948 como en 1MB.
Sin embargo, Humphrey no
slo tendr que enfrentarse a
una citacin por desacato, sino
por Jurar en falso tambin. Es-
te neg habe.- secuestrado a un
dirigente obrero en la dcada
de 1930, aunque las actas de la
Corte demuestran que ,l reci-
bi ua rescate de 50.00o dla-
res y se vl obligado a pagar
impuestos sobre el rescate. Es-
to sucedi durante los Juicios
por el Impuesto sobre la renta
que desbandaron a la pandilla
de Al Capone y enviaron tanto
a Capone como a Humphrey a
la crcel.
"El Camello" logr salir des-
pus d slo 18 meses de re-
clusin, pero su actuacin an-
te el Comit de: Crimen del
Senado es casi seguro que lo
ponga detrs de las rejas o-
tra ves.
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Hacemos constar que a partir del 15 de Junio de
1951 el seor MIGUEL AROSEMENA ha dejado de ser
empleado de esta empresa y por consiguiente no res-
pondemos ni por cobros ni por transacciones comercia-
les que haga dicho seor, en nombre de esta empresa.
HEURTEMATTE & ARIAS, S.k.
Consideraciones Sobre la Crisis
Por ERNESTO MNDEZ
VI
El nmero reducido de empresas particulares con capacidad
para ofreeer trabajo permanente tiende a disminuir, relativa-
mente, debido al ritmo, cada ves mas acelerado del crecimiento
vegetativo de la poblacin. Por otra parte, cada da aumenta el
anhela de loa cabeza de familia porque sus dependientes reciban
la mas amplia y esmerada instruccin, ya que, con justo motivo,
cada quien aspira a que sus descendientes sufran menos angustias
que las que l sufriera. Ocurre tambin que cada da la vids se
hace ms densa y las necesidades ms agudas. Generalmente,
las entradas que provienen de un solo salarle no son suficientes
a satisfacer las necesidades del hogar, ya sea por lo bajo del sa-
lario, ya por lo numeroso de la familia, ya por el costo creciente
ae la vids. El caso es que, cualquiera que sea la cavsa, todos los
miembros aptos de. cada familia aspiran a obtener una posicin
remunerda que lea permita cooperar al sostenimiento del hogar,
y tambin a satisfacer cualquiera pequea necesidad o capricho
personal
Por su capacidad financiera y por la ndole de su gestin el
Estado es la institucin o el organismo que brinda v dispone de
mayores oportunidades de trabajo; y, gracias a ello, la gran masa
de aspirantes a obtener colocacin dirige su mirada hacia los car-
gos pblicos. Estos cargos tienen, adems, incentivos que no pe*
seen los de las empresas particulares. Sea lo que fuere, la rea-
lidad es que, salvo contadas excepciones, no se cambia un cargo
pblico por uno de empresa particular.
El deseo de ayudar a los amigos polticos o un agudo sentido
humanltarista ha derivado en la creacin desorbitada de cargo*
pblicos innecesarios. Estos problemas, como los que provienen
de todo Inters, son muy difciles de solucionar.
Frente a la situacin que de modo pasajero hemos descrito
se encuentran nuestros financistas cada ao. a la hora de elabo-
rar el Presupuesto de Renta y Gastos de la Nacin. Y al final de
cada oportunidad leemos en la prensa que se ha hecho un Presu-
puesto cientfico. Quiz gran nmero de nuestros lectoraslo
de gran nmero es un decirno sepa cmo confeccionamos un
Presupuesto y es a ellos a quienes nos dirigimos al hacer la si-
guiente exposicin.
La Contralora le remite a cada Ministro una copia de su
Presupuesto anterior. En esa copia no aparecen las partidas quei
no fueron usadas durante el ao de que se trate. Adems, algu4
as sumas de las presupuestas han sido reducidas porque- al mo-
mento de la confeccin de la copla a que nos venimos refiriendo
slo haban sido fsicamente pagadas las sumas que aparecen en
el proyecto de Presupuesto remitido al Ministro. Se han suprimi-
do tambinen el proyecto algunas partidas globales destinadas a
la compra de bancas para escuela, digamos por caso, pues es ne-
cesario, imprescindible reducir el Presupuesto General de la Na-
cin. Respecto a la suma global del Presupuesto se ha discutido
mucho. La Contralora sostiene que el Presupuesto de Gastos no
puede pasar de B30.eOO.dOO.
El Ministro, lgicamente, consulta con sus colaboradores y
despus de muchos clculos se reduce el Presupuesto hasta lo que
se considera el mnimo posible. 81 es viable, y con gran senti-
miento, se suprimen un par de porteros, dos o tres funcionarios*
de tercera categora, un almacenista, pues se ha descubierto que
no existe el almacn, etc.. pero come esto resulta insuficiente a
las necesidades de hacer economas de dos millones, se dirige la
inriada hacia las partidas globales del Presupuesto y all s da
gusto trabajar. Se taja y se troncha hasta ms no poder y luego
se remite a la Contralora aquel trabajo, casi cientfico, que cost
tantas angustias; angustias de ios subalternos. Naturalmente,
en el contra-proyecto hubo que incluir a muchos funcionarlo
de los departamentos nuevos, creados el ao anterior, mediante
un decreto ley. Y, a pesar de todo, despus de muchas Idas v ve-
nidas el Presupuesto llega a la Asamblea con total de B.33.0t0,0eo.
Se arma un escndalo pblico, los Diputados .protestan y aseguran
que el Presupuesto no pasar de B.30.000,eoo; los diarlos censu-
ran con mucha discrecin. Al fin, el Presupuesto es sometido *
la Cmara. Cada Diputado quiere que en l se Incluyan cargo*,
para sus amigos y los parientes de sus amigos: eso aumenta anteo'
oue disminuir los totales. Pero hay una manera de soslayar esa
dificultad: las partidas globales. Y con ellas. Igual a lo one ocu-*
rri en el Ministerio, se dan gusto los Diputados. A la Contralo-
ra slo le interesa que el Presupuesto est balanceado. Lo do
maana. Dios lo proveer.
AI final resolta que las sumas presupuestas para que pueda
funcionar el Ministerio y sus dependencies no son ni medianamen-
te suficientes, y comienzan los sobregiros y comienzan los crdi-
tos adicionales. Pero los crditos no pueden hacer billetes de
banco y la Contralora no tiene otro que hacer que dejar de pagar
las cuentas por materiales suministrados a la Nacin.
Ello es, que al final de cada ao, la soma de tales cuentea
hace millones. Segn hemos sabido por los diarios locales la
deuda por estos conceptos alcanza ahora mismo a diez millones.
Dies millones que el Estado le adeuda a los particulares, dies
millones congelados en la Contralora de la Repblica contribu*
yen tambin a la crisis que a tanta gente preocupa.
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
Hasta las 10 a.m. del da 30 de los corrientes se recibirn
en la Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin de Panam, pro-
puestas en sobre cerrado para el suministro del siguiente
material, para uso de las escuelas del Distrito de Panam:
lo.270 (doscientos setenta) equipos de mobiliario para 1er.
nivel. Cada equipo consta de 1 (una) mesa y 4 (cuatro)
sillas; todo con armazn de hierro, segn pliego de
especificaciones.
2o 2,000 (dos mil) bancas individuales de tamaos mediano
y grande con armazn de hierro y sobres, asiento y es-
paldar de caoba, segn pliego de especificaciones.
3o.200 (doscientos) tableros, segn modelo.
4o.200 (doscientos) escritorios, segn modelo.
Los pliegos de especificaciones pueden obtenerse en la
Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin.
Panam, 15 de Junio de 1951.
Roberto Nues E.
Inspector Provincial de Educacin
Panam
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PAGINA mm
Se inaugur ayer la VI Convencin
de la UNESCO en la Ciudad de Paris
Un anlisis de los triunfos
y las dificultades durante
este ao hizo Torres Bodet
PARS, junio 18- Ante los
460 delegados, observadores y
expertos de los 59 pases que
componen la Institucin, el Di-
rector Oeneral de la UNESCO
pronunci el discurso de aper-
tura y enumer .las dificultades
que ha encontrado la UNESCO
en el cumplimiento de su ml-
lin. Tambin expuso el seor
Jaime Torres Bodet los resul-
tados alcanzados durante el ao
1949-50 y las caractersticas que
presenta el programa que se
ha de llevar a cabo en el fu-
turo Inmediato.
"El ao de que da cuenta
el Informe que os disponis a
considerar ha sido, sin duda,
particularmente frtil en resul-
tados para la UNESCO pero,
tambin particularmente dif-
cil". Las circunstancias se han
concitado para Impedir el des-
arrollo de la Institucin. Esas
circunstancias se sitan en el
plano administrativo, el econ-
mico y el poltico.
Nuestro trabajo habra su-
frido menos en el plano ad-
ministrativo si la UNESCO hu-
biera podido reclutar el alto
personal administrativo que la
ejecucin de su programa re-
quiere. Nuestro trabajo hubie-
ra sido ms fcil si en todo
momento se hubiera contado
con el apoyo eficaz de las Co-
misiones- Nacionales. A1 g unas
han prestado un concurso a-
preclable, pero no todas han
entrado en accin. "Sin Comi-
siones Nacionales slidamente
instaladas en cada pais, efi-
cazmente vinculadas a las or-
ganizaciones educativas, cult-
rales y cientficas de carcter
no gubernamental, no es con-
cebible que la Secretaria, con
un presupuesto tan exiguo cum-
pla en su integridad un pro-
grama fan vasto como el que
exigen los ideales y fines de
nuestra Acta Constitutiva.
Respecto a las dificultades
econmicas, el seor Jaime To-
rres Bodet pregunt: Cmo ac-
tuar cuando varios Estados de-
jan de cumplir con la primera
de sus obligaciones constitucio-
nales, lado cubrir la contribu-
cin material que asegure la
vida de la institucin? Los re-
sultados de semejante omisin
son demasiado penoso spara
verlos con Indiferencia.
Respecto a las dificultades
polticas, la gravedad de la co-
yuntura internacional es de-
masiado evidente y seria su-
perfino insistir aquj. "Angus-
tiada por la amenaza de una
tldumbre y de pesimismo. Los
gobiernos adoptan costosas me-
didas de rearmamento. Los pue-
blos se disponen sin alegra a
los peores sacrificios. Ante la
urgencia de robustecer la se-
guridad militar, las necesidades
sociales y culturales apenas si
osan manifestarse. El miedo par
rece gobernar las conciencias,
paralizar la generosidad, inspi-
rar las palabras, envenenar el
silencio". En ese mundo qu
oidos escucharn la voz de una
institucin que habla de paz
dentro del derecho, y que para
instaurar esa paz o consolidar-
la recurre a l colaboracin
internacional en el plano de la
educacin, la ciencia y la cul-
tura?
El ao a que me refiero
prosigui el seor Torres Bo-
det ha sido difcil, pero tam-
bin particularmente frtil en
resultados. No han sido victo-
rias ruidosas, pero si trabajos
tiles y tangibles. Entre stos
el Director General indic la
creacin de una sociedad in-
ternacional de universidades, el
comit de Investigaciones sobre
la zona rida, las asociaciones
de tcnicas Internacionales co-
mo la ingeniera, y las de so-
ciologa, ciencias polticas y eco-
nmicas. En total la UNESCO
facilit subvenciones a 52 ins-
tituciones internacionales pri-
vadas.
En el ramo de la vida in-
telectual la UNESCO otorg 27
becas en favor de estudiantes y
facilit la adquisicin de libros,
films y equipo cientfico, a pa-
ses de moneda dbil, por valor
de 1,205,607 dlares. Veintisis
pases han suscrito por otra
parte, el acuerdo relativo a la
libra circulacin de material
educativo y cientfico y otros
18, up acuerdo sobre material
audiovisual.
Loa educadores han celebra-
do cuatro seminarios interna-
cionales sobre educacin de a-
dultos, enseanza de la geo-
grafa, mejoramiento de textos
escolases y sobre la misin de
las bibliotecas populares. Tam-
bin la UNESCO ha llevado su
ayuda a las refugiados de Pa-
lestina, y un esfuerzo conside-
rable se ha realizado Dar, la
difusin de la Declaracin Uni-
versal de los Derechos del Hom-
bre.
Mencion tambin el Director
Oeneral, el envo de misiones
educativas a Bolivia. Birmanla
y la India, y la apertura del
que se hacen millones de hom- l injusticia, la Ira y la obstina*
ba en el carcter fragmentarlo
de las soluciones que se pro-
ponen. La seguridad requiere
ante todo el progreso general,
la seguridad econmica y so-
cial de la humanidad. "Cuan-
tos mayores esfuerzos requiera
la seguridad poltica, mayores
contribuciones habremos de dar
a la obra de seguridad econ-
mica y social. Cuanto ms gra-
ves sean los problemas con que
se enfrentan las Naciones Un- f
das. ms vigoroso ha de ser
el impulso de las instituciones i
especializadas, para que pue-1
dan cumplir la misin eman-
cipadora que les corresponde".!
Las tesis ms encontradas se
acepten siempre, en el seno de
la UNESCO bajo el mismo de-1
nominador: la consideracin pa-1
ra lo que tiene de verdadero |
la verdad limitada d cada cual.
Por eso la libertad Intelectual
es una de las condiciones de!
la paz del mundo. Este es uno
de los problemas de la inte-
ligencia. No podemos esperar
pregunt el seor Torres Bo-
det que una verdad mun-
dial prevalezca sobre las ver- .
dades Individuales, nacionales o
regionales? Habr modo de con- !
solidar una paz en la que to-
dos los pueblos puedan com-
orenderse y en la oue todos de-
ban y quieran colaborar?
He aqu concluy el seor j
Torres Bodet las preguntas
bres en estos momentos. De la
solucin que le den los Esta-
dos, seremos responsables to-
dos, incluso los ms silncio-
sos y desastados del quehacer
gubernamental. Este axioma lo
suscribieron los gobiernos al
crear la UNESCO y al procla-
mar que una paz fundada "ex-
clusivamente sobre acuerdos po-
lticos y econmicos no podra
obtener el apoyo unnime, sin-
cero y perdurable de los pue-
blos, y que, en consecuencia la
naz deber besarse sobre la so-
lidaridad Intelectual y moral
de la humanidad.
La historia de nuestro tiem-
po valdr por lo que haya lo-
grado al afirmar al hombre en
su lucna contra el egosmo, la
clon. Por esa lucha el mundo!
confa en la UNESCO.
BILLETERAS
"Buxton"
Servicio de Lewis
Ave. Tfvoli No. 4
Frente al Correo
de Ancn
WALLHIDE, una pintura Mate y setni-
brillante en atractivos colores.
WALLHIDE, es un producto de insupe-
rable calidad de la
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
Obtngala ahora,
con el 20% de DESCUENTO
RICARDO A. MIRO, S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. A
Telfonos: 2-3335 y 2-2988
GRAN REDUCCIN DE PRECIOS EN
TODA NUESTRA MERCANCA.
La vista anterior nos muestra el banquete ofrecido por la Fort Dodge Laboratories. Inc., fa-
bricantes de productos biolgicos, representados en la Repblica de Panam por S. de Obalda
T Ca. Ltda. en el Saln Bella Vista del Hotel "El Panam" a log veterinarios de los fomentos
agrcolas de la Repblica y de la Seccin de Agricultura de la capital. Sentados de izquierda
a derecha: Dr. Veterinario Herme Rosas, de la Seccin Agrcola de la capital; Mximo Dono-
so, Director Jefe del Fomento Agrcola de Veragua* y doctor zootectista; Cristbal Abada,
Gerente de S. de Obalda y Ca. Ltda., representante de la Fort Dodge Laboratories, Inc.; Dr.
Veterinario Juan B. Parada, del Instituto Nacional de Divisa y Penonom; Dr. Veterinario Cris-
tbal Muoz, Director del Fomento Agrcola de Coln: Mayor Dr. Veterinario B. N. Foiling,
Consejero del Ministerio de Agricultura; Porfirio Gmez. Ingeniero Agrnomo, Jefe de la Seo-
cin de Agricultura; Luis A. Palacio, Zootectista de la Escuela Nacional de Agricultura; Dr.
Veterinario Gerardino Medina, del Fomento Agrcola de Veraguas; Agoja Caldern, Dr. Zoo-
tectista del Fomente Agrcola de Lo Santos.
rales para la educacin fun-1 era de la aviacin, de 11 ra- gaclones de su propio gobierno,
damenial, que se ha establecido dlotelefonia, de los antibiticos, simplemente porque no sabe
nueva conflagracin mundial, la j centro de formacin de profe-
humanidad vive dias de Incer-1 sores y preparacin de mate-
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hasta el da 15 de Julio se recibirn pro-
puestas para la construccin de cien (100)
sillas-pupitres de caoba.
Las especificaciones y el modelo de las mis-
mas pueden solicitarse en la Direccin del
plantel.
en Ptzcuar'o (Mxico, en cu-
yas tareas, participan 60 edu-
cadores latinoamericanos.
Respecto a la asistencia tc-
nica, la UNESCO ha suscrito 32
acuerdos para el fomento eco-
nmico de 24 pases y otras 22
peticiones estn en curso de es-
tudio hasta alcanzar el presu-
puesto total de 2,100,000 dla-
res que se destinan a estas a-' hombres viven en el calabozo
tenciones.
Inmediatamente el sefior Di-
rector Oeneral estudi el pro-
blema del analfabetismo y dijo
que ms de la mitad de la po-
blacin humana es analfabe-
de los descubrimientos de la leer?
fislca nuclear". Ambicionamos La UNESCO debe preocupar-
un mundo unido prosigui el'se q> preparar expertos y de
Director General y frecuente-desarrollar las tcnicas del ci-
mente olvidamos que la fron- ne y de la radio que no han
tera ms injusta es la oue sd0 utilizados como se debe en
separa a lo3 hombres entre, ias campaas de alfabetizacin,
doctos e ignorantes. En este aspecto a red interna-
cional de centros que la UNES-
CO propone tiene una Impor-
tancia primordial. 8e trata de
producir a precio reducido un
material moderno utilizando to-
das las tcnicas del dibujo, del
colorido, del movimiento, del so-
nido y de la palabra.
Ocemade
bra quitar
manchas, es
piniHas barros
upecas!
tos pecasymv
WMttHit IMPERIAL!

DESCUENTO ESPECIAL
f| |~ / ll /o PARA EL
i -I MES DE
1" JUNIO
En todot los
LBUMES
de DISCOS
COLUMBIA
(Corriente 78)
Populares Semi-Qsicos Clsicos
Cyrnos para Regalos Ca. Cyrnos, 5.A.
Ave. Tivoli Ne. 1C
Ave. J. F. de la Ossa No. 1
Ms* de 1,200 millones de
de la Ignorancia que tanto pue-
de recordarnos los espantosos
campos de concentracin. De-
seamos la seguridad Interna-
cional, pero qu responsabili-
dad exigir a los paises en que
el 50 y an el 80 por cente;
ta: "En pleno siglo XX. en la de la poblacin ignora las obli-
para dientes
ms limpios y sanos
... y es porque Ipana limpia
mucho, mucho mejor! Descubre a
sus dientes tojo su esplendor ayuda
a conservarlos sanos deja Ij boca
fresca! Una sola prueba convence y
entusiasma. Comience hoy a usar
Pasta Dental Ipana y luzca siempre
"la sonrisa de la belleza"
Recuerde: fn u ,,..
vMa im Ui carias ai
un atra a'airt'frice da
** araba* ser mt
aRaieaHaae laaae.
^Bl W'l
SEGUNDO PISO
^^^^ estamos desempacando
Colgadores para 8 faldas, de
metal cromado ............ 1-50
Colgador para 6 blusas 1.35
Colgador para 6 blusas .. 0.95
Combinacin para colgar
blusas y faldas............. 1.75
Barras cromadas para col-
gar toallas ..........1.95 a 4.95
Ganchos cromados para col-
gar batas.................. 9.54
Canastas de metal con di-
bujos, para recmara, ba-
os, oficina-, rlesde... 2.73 a 4.95
La UNESCO, en opinin del
Director General responde a
una necesidad vital del mundo.
Asi lo ha confirmado en sus
viajes a travs de los conti-
nentes: en Cuba, en el Cairo,
en Celln. la India y el Pakis-
tn, por los numerosos testi-
monios que ha recibido de pro-
fesores, hombres de ciencia,
hombres de Estado, profesores
y maestros del mundo entero.
Esos testimonios son alentado-
res y expresan la voluntad de
la opinion general de los 59
Estados que participan en la
UNESCO.
La tragedia de hoy agre-
g el Director General- estrl-
De descuento en todas las Telas de Algodn
Por 2 das ms HOY y MAANA
debido a la gran demanda!
Para frescura primaveral. . ALGODN,
CHAMBRAY, POPLIN, PIQUE, ORGAND
y muchas otras! #
ZG-ZAG
Ave. Central 108 Tel. 2-3418
Cuartel de los Patrones VOGUE y McCALL
Tablillas de vidrio y plstico
transparente para baos... 3.25
a Tablillas de vidrio esquine-
ras para sala y porch...... 4-50
Tablillas de vidrio para co-
cina y pantry.............. 2.00
Ganchos cromados que no
necesitan tornillos. Para to-
do uso .................... 9-25
a Toallas de bao en cinco
colores...............1.65 1.95
Ganchos cromados ppra co-
locar escobas .............. 4.25
Lamparitas para recamara,
desde ...............iSS a 5.95
Jaboneras cromadas....... 1.59
Sostn de vaso y cepillo, de
metal cromado ............ 1.59
Corrallto de aluminio.......49.59
Baeras de aluminio.......32.59
Asientos para bables, que se
sujetan en el respaldo del
auto ...................... 4.59
Alfombras de caucho....... 1.95
COMPRE AHOKA
SEGUNDO PISO y AVENIDA
ABIERTO de 8 a 12:39 de 2 a I.
rm e_ RaaP-'^RBaW^^ ^>
K^ vr L_ _-***
L'JWLVaJ aaVeaHg^Ba^Hea^Ba^HeMaM
S lo "Atrapa"
una corriente
de aire
Haga grgaras con Antisptico LISTERINEPronto!
lome esta sencilla precaucin al
primer sntoma de un resfriado.
Haga grgaras con Antisptico
LISTERINE puro, y ataque los gr-
menes en la superficie de i garganta
antes de que lo ataquen a Ud. El An-
tisptico LISTERINE baa las super-
ficies ms alejadas de la garganta, des-
truye millones de grmenes . esa
clase de grmenes que pueden traerle
serias complicaciones. Alivia la irri-
tacin en la garganta proveniente de
un resfriadoy en mucho* casos de-
tiene por completo la accin pro-
gresiva del resfriado. -
Compre Antisptico LISTERINE
IN PRUEBAS REALIZADAS DURANTE MAS DE 12 ANOS,
AOUEUOS QUE HICIERON GRGARAS CON ANTISPTICO
LISTERINE DIARIAMENTE. TUVIERON MENOS RESFRIADOS
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT
MARTES, JUNIO 19, 1951 .
cJLa b
uena nutricin
Iricii
i Un fenicio del Instituto de Nu tncion de C. Amrica Panam
Caloras: Cantidades recomendadas
El Comit de Nutricin del
,'ousejo de Investigacin Nacio-
nal de los Estados Unidos ha
Intentado formular una tabla
;Con valores numricos de los re-
querimientos de caloras, pero
por ser imposible an definir
stos requerimientos, la tabla
fu formulada con contidades
recomendadas y no requeridas.
Sin embargo esos valores no
con aplicables a casos individua
des o a familias nicas ya que
i tal importancia.
Cantidades Recomendadas de
Caloras:
Para ,un adulto:
hombre mujer
Con trabajo fuerte 4.500 3.000
Moaeraaamente activo
Sedentario
3.000
2.440
2.40
2.0.)0
Periodo de Embarazo 1.200
Lactancia 3.O0O
Pura nios de 0 a 12 aos l.'JCO
1 a 3 ao (27 libras) l.o'JO
4 a 6 aos (42 libras) 2000
7 a 9 aos (58 libras) 2 0C0
10 a 12 aos (78 libras) 2.500
Nias NN
13 a 15 aos (108 libras) 2.600
i' a 20 aos (122 libras) 2.U.0
Nios
13 a 15 aos (108 libras) 3.200
1G a 20 aos (141 libras) 3.8C0
Para grupos especiales de po-
blaciones estos valores debjn
reajustarse segn la edad, el ta-
mao del cuerpo, la temperatu-
ra ambiente y la actividad.
El personal docenfe de la
escuela Dominio del Canad
protesta por una calumnia
Se nos ha enviado la siguien-
te resolucin:
El personal docente de la
escuela anexa Dominio del Ca-
nad,
CONSIDERANDO:
1 Que en el semanario local
Impreso en mimegrafo nom-
brado "El Cholo" correspon-
diente al 2 del presente mes,
apareci publicado varios ar-
tculos en las que se hacen im-
putaciones injustificadas a la
direccin, personal docente y
asesores tcnicos de la escuela
anexa;
2Que las publicaciones men-
cionadas no tienen el carcter
de criticas constructivas y por
1 contrario se encaminan a
ridlruli/ar y desprestigiar per-
sonas c instituciones dignas de
respeto:
3Que el Cuerpo de Maestros
de la escuela anexa, reunido en
sesin extraordinaria para es-
clarecer los conceptos denigran-
tes publicados en el semanario
"El Cholo" y averiguar la fuen-
te de dichas informaciones pu-
blicadas, ha logrado establecer:
a) Que las publicaciones a-
parecidas en el semanario "El
Cholo" son falsas y tendencio-
sas;
i
: b) Que esas publicaciones se
Originaron de falsos informes
(lados por los miembros del per-
sonal docente de esta escuela,
seoras Jilraa de Ramos y Enei-
da de Chang M. como sigue:
La seora de Ramos a la se-
ora de Chang M y sta a
Su esposo profesor Francisco
Chang Marn, quien la llev a
la redaccin de "El Cholo".
c> Que el informado sin co-
nocimiento de causa y sin veri-
ficar la verdad de los hechos,
los dl a la publicidad causan-
do con ello grave dao a la
Escuela Normal de la cual for-
ma l parte y a la escuela
anexa; y
d> Que este proceder es a
todas luces impropio de educa-
dores conscientes de sus debe-
res y honestos en su profesin;
RESUELVE:
1.Protestar enrgicamente
por las publicaciones tenden-
ciosas que en perjuicio de la
Escuela Normal y de la Escue-
la Anexa aparecen en la en-
trega del semanario "El Cholo"
correspondiente al sbado 2 de
los corrientes;
2.Protestar asimismo por la
actitud desleal y contraria a
la tica profesional de las co-
legas Sra. Jilma de Ramos y
Sra. Eneida de Chang M.' quie-
nes por motivos difciles de
i justificar han contribuido con
su proceder a crear un proble-
ma que menoscaba el prestigio
docente;
3.Respaldar a la Direccin
en todas las actividades que se
realicen con el objeto de es-
clarecer puntos y dirimir res-
ponsabilidades;
4.Solicitar, por este medio,
a la Direccin de la Escuela
Normal que haga una investi-
gacin sobre la participacin
que haya tenido en este asun-
to el Prof. Francisco Chang
Marn a fir. de que asuma la
responsabilidad que le cabe co-
mo profesor de la Escuela Nor-
mal y parte Integrante de la
familia normalista y como co-
lumnlsta del semanario local
"El Cholo"; y
5.Enviar copia del acta de
la sesin y de esta resolucin
al Prof. Vicente Bayard P.. Di-
rector de la Escuela Normal y
Jefe Inmediato de la Escuela
Anexa "Dominio del Canad"
para su conocimiento y dems
fines consiguientes.
Dada en Santiago de Vera-
guas a los once dias del mes
de junio del ao de mil nove-
cientos cincuenta y uno.
Fdo. Eusebia de Medina
Directora.
Fdo. Beatriz S. de Arosemena
Secretaria.
**L
'^ssssr
1. Vttu pocas gotas de
Vj-tio-tlol en cada fosa
natal alivian rpidamente
lo catarros natales. Y, lo
que es ms...
2. Usado pronto, Vick
Ya-tro-nol ayuda a talar
los resfriados fuertes.
vick VATRO NOL
001*1 AS A I PE DOlI |KIO
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Piel Que Pica
Cicatrizada por el Huevo
Descubrimiento
Su pial Uan cana da M millonea da
ilmlnutoa poroe y arruga n dond
m alojan loa garment* y cauaan una
.errlble cometn y ardor,grietas, erup-
r-ionee da la pial, ecaema, pial eaca.
moaa. enf, espinilla, barro, rom.
ion de lo pie y otro malea. Loe tra-
lamlentoe ordlnarloa producen nica-
mente alivio temporal porque no ma-
tan loa gtrmenee causante del mal.
n nuevo descubrimiento Niaoderm
mata loa grmenes en pocos minuto
y dejar u outls limpio, suave y
atractivo en una semana. Pida hoy
aa la botica Niaoderm para eliminar
!a verdadera cauaa da laa enfermeda-
Nxoderm *"
Pora Dtord.n,, <.. o f>;i
Se Reunieron los Ingenieros Agrnomos
EN EL SALON PANAMERICANO del Hotel El Panam, tuvo lugar la noche del sbado 16 del
presente mes una reunin de los Tcnicos Agropecuarios bajo la direccin de los Ingenieros
Simons Quirs y Alberto F. de Alba.
Treinta Tcnicos, procedentes de todas las Provincias del pas, discutieron las bases
fundamentales que habrn de regir en el futuro la agrupacin de agrnomos, veterinarios y
del resto de los especializados en las diversas ramas de esta ciencia.
Las discusiones ms importantes se susc itaron al ahondar los temas de la estabilidad
de los Tcnicos, la Ley de Escalafn, y los esta tutos elaborados ya, por la primera sociedad de
Ingenieros Agrnomos en el ao de 1932.
En la segunda reunin de este valioso elemento que tendr lugar en el transcurso de
la semana venidera, las comisiones nombradas rendirn informe sobre los temas menciona-
dos quedando asi, la sociedad lista para hacerse presente, siempre que lo considere necesario.
Los intereses de la agricultura nacional, han de privar en toda actuacin, por sobre los in-
tereses personales.
Entre los ingenieros presentes estuvieron don Carlos J. Quintero, actual Secretario de
Agricultura y todo el personal de los fomentos agrcolas de Loa Santos, Veraguas y Chiriqui;
se hito presente asimismo el ingeniero agrn orno Rogelio Icasa y enviaron sus excusas, los
ingenieros Rafael Grajales, Florencio Isaza, Mario Vega, Guillermo Villegas, Alguero y Alfon-
so Tejelra.
La grfica capta un aspecto de la reunn.
Fagina a cargo da
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
CORRESPONSALES
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EL t. ALSra Oetfulla Oaatrera
'MUJERES ENTRE REJAS', HOY A LAS 9:00
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La grfica capta un aspecto de la renen._________________________________. ' poiu-jT aTmj.
Los Alcaldes de Herrera cooperarn
con el Presidente en las elecciones
Han prometido mediante resolucin
no hacer poltica partidarista
dentro del perodo eleccionario
Los siete Alcaldes de la Pro-
vincia de Herrera reunidos el
dia 18 en la Gobernacin de 1a
Provincia, expidleion una reso-
lucin solidarizndose con el Sp
Presidente de la Repblica, clon
Alcibades Arosemena, en su
propsito de efectuar las prxi-
mas elecciones dentro de la ma-
yor honestidad y libertad.
La resolucin lleva la fuma
cel Alcalde de Chitr. don Jar-
malo Spadafora: del Alcalde de
Oc don Didio Carrizo; del Al-
calde de Pes, don Olgurlo
Uullln; del Alcalde de Patita,
don Abelardo Batista; del Al-
calde de Santa Mara, dcvi Car-
los Prez; del Alcalde de Lo.-
Pozos, don Eladio Pimentel y del
Alcalde de Las Minas, don. Car-
los Daz.
Los Alcaldes de la Provincia
de Herrera tambin declararen
en su Resolucin que dentro de
& jurisdiccin de sus respecti-
vos distritos se observar una
conducta mparclal y se absten-
drn de hacer poltica parlia-
rista dentro del periodo eleccio-
nario que comenaar el primero
e Diciembre de mil noveciencC
cincuenta y uno.
Copia de esta Resolucin fu
entregada esta maana al seor
Presidente de la Repblica por
el Gobernador de la Provlnc.a,
.seor Manuel Vrela.
No alquilarn ms sus casas
para escuela los vecinos c/e
Ro de Jess como protesta
|ESTA PRUEBA LO COMPRUEBAl
con
solv-x
QUMK
Cualquier pluma sumergida en
Una corriente, a los pocos dias
estar corroda, i Pero la plumilla
sumergida en Quink quedar id*
lacla y servible I
limpia y protege
la pluma al
escribir
Asegure su plums contra fra-
casos: Use Quink, la nica
tinta que contiene solv-x,. Di-
suelve y elimina el sedimento
que dejan las limas muy aci-
das, protege las piezas de
metal y de caucho y hace
que la tints fluya uniforme-
mente. Compre Quink. 4 co-
lores permanentes y 2 lavables.
Precios: Quink 25c.
Reprssantsntes de Fbrica: Ca. Internacional de Ventas, S.A.
Apartado 1130, Panam. RP. Apartado 45fl, Coln, R.P.
RIO DE JESS, Junio 19 -
rresponsal) Los dueos de le-
Su Cereal
se Vuelve Manjar de Angele*
con
Verdadera Crema de Leche
BUENA
FRESCA
SALUDABLE
RICA
La Crema Avoset de Mesa es
verdadera crema de leche . .
espesa . eztrssuculeots . .
extradeliciosa. Es una crema es-
terilizad.' No requiere refrige-
racin antes de destaparse. Conf-
prese una botella noy ,,S
Sruebe ese sublime sabor que
a a los cereales, frutas, postres
j al caf.
rUBf CN LA IVQUtlA vTKDr
CREMA IE LECHE ESTERILIZADA
AVOSET
2> Afmda
CUMA [MIOTLLADA QVt
ti CONSf f VA PC* MI SIS
tales alquilados para el funcic-
namlento de la escuela de ca
localidad estn dispuestos a sus
pender el alquiler al Ministerio
de Educacin si este no acade
la solicitud para la construccin
de la escuela que cuenta con el
respaldo de esta comunidad >
que fu suscrita a ese Ministe-
rio desde hace varios aos.
En los cuartos ocupados por
las aulas escolares asisten alrc-
cedor de cuatrocientos nia-,
cifra que se considera una de
las ms altas de la provincia.
El Gobierno Nacional gasta
ceica de 1,350 Balboas anuu.e;
en pago de alquileres, cifra con
la cual se estima se puede muy
bien sufragar un emprstito pa-
ra hacer el plantel.
Los padres de familia y ei pue
'olo en general confan en la
nueva orientacin que est de-
primiendo a la Educacin Na-
cional el dinmico ministro y de esperarse que la solicitud de
tste pueblo sea satisfecha favo-
rablemente.
Se Sentii Terriblemente
Dbil Despies de la
Enfermedad
La Clulas de la Sangra
Necesitaban Hlstro Nuavo
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A3 IU
hz> u r u
ry n 1 r 22 m 23
r / 26
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1 35
3? 36
13 39 40
u i: 45 46 47
16 49 so 51 52
S3 54 i 55 56
r* >H
Esta noche, a las 9:00, por eortesia de Angelinl, la Red
Panamericana presentar la extraordinaria vida de las muje-
res que, en un rapto de desesperacin y celos, mataron por
amor. MUJERES ENTRE REJAS es una formidable serie da
Claudio Lpet Gronning, que interpretan ANITA VILLALAZ
y LUCHO TAPIA. Direccin y produccin de: Emilio Daz.
Una verdadera invasin de
moscas azota la ciudad de
Aguadulce en estos das
AGUADULCE, Junio 19 'Espe-
cial) Millones de moscas han
invadido esta poblacin, son
grave peligro para la salud e
sus moradores, por lo que corla-
mos, traslado a las autoridades
sanitarias para que impaitan
las rdenes del caso con el fin
de que se riegue "DDT" porque
hace ms de ao y medio que
ao se usa aqu este Insecticida,
debido a la negligencia y poco
inters de los funcionarlos el
rgimen pasado.
Tambin es deber de las au-
toridades locales hacer Ana ins*
peccin peridica, en todos ;
patios y. solares y obligar a i
da la poblacin a recoger y ha-:
cer botar la basura para clinii-,
nar los criaderos de tan pelltro-(
&o Insecto. 4
HORIZONTALES:
1Vello muy fino.
7Decretos autocrticos.
13Desages de las embarca-
clones.
14Estante de pared.
15Posesivo, Inv.
16rbol pequeo.
18Alero.
19Ciudad de Siria.
21Organizacin de Naciones
Americanas, Inlc.
24Todava. Inv.
25Fundador del imperio persa
27Pruebes un vino.
29Turco.
33Mujer del raja, Inv.
34Altar.
35Letra castellana Pl.
36Avieso, indcil.
38Piedra semlpreciosa.
39Aspirar con el olfato.
40Ocano.
41Amarra.
44Propietario.
45Agarrar.
48Arma antigua de guerra.
50Cocinar en seco.
52Entregas.
53Concurren.
55Como de goma.
57Con exceso de sal.
58Dar seso.
-. VERTICALES:
1UvMseca.
2ColRjal.
3-^-Del verbo lamentar.
:Unin Liberal, Inic.
5Islas de Oceania.
6Agarradera.
7Fosfato de uranio.
8Letra castellana.
9Rio del Paraguay.
10Dictador romano.
12Nombre de mujer.
11Demostrativo, Pl.
17Aves trepadoras de Cuba.
20 Cochino.
22Crculo o redondel.
26Letra griega, Pl.
27Hroe legendario espaol.
28Ave de Mxico.
30Chillidos.
31Del verbo tener, Inr.
32Constelacin.
34Nacida en Alemania.
37En el mar.
38 Especie de acacia, Pl.
41Quieres con amor.
42Mftncha, en Chile.
4Color.
46Del verbo rasar.
47Flor, Inv.
49Nombre de mujer.
51Oficial del ejrcito turco.
54Editor, Abv.
56Caso de pronombre.
a V. esta eoiermiio. achaeoso. debO,
nervio, e m MilU otado. u Sebee pare
conato man a ebtesar ua freeoo de eeie
nuevo lomoo ferrufinoeo y eeaeeerio a eete
""Hpninero. obtenga fraseo da PERRIZAN.
luego d usa bueaa caastaataVea baa don
de puede ir o cuento tiempo puede trebejar ara
caneara. Entonce tornea do peaIdle trae
vece el di con lea i.llld durante 10 diaa
luetemente. 8 aaoaibrefa Se la djsaraoca. d
la anargia y I illialinrl ajea Wee adquirido
I. nervio a habra calmadohebra reaa
alegra eo eu miradaabra recobrado el
apetito, y 1 vide tandrf. aera US. a P~-
[tartive complot ementa diraremte
El. r'BRH17.AN ae peed obtener en todaa
*e tarmedee Ohseaga wa traeee eemetelo
pruebe.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hasta las diez de la maana del dia 27 de Julio del
presente ao. se recibirn propuestas en el Despacho del
Gerente del Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial para el su-
ministro de
5,000 (cinco mil) quintales de ARROZ PILADO
BLANCO, con un maximum de % de granos sue-
brados y 2% de granos manchados, en sacos de 1M
libras.
El Pliego de Cargos y Especificaciones podr obtenerse
cualquier da hbil en la Secretaria del Banco Agro-Pecuario
e Industrial.
Eduardo Vallarino
Gerente
Panam, Junio 18 de 1951.
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3-1503 _______________________
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E ALQUILAN.txclu../a;ne-vte po-
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Tl. 3-3491.
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N. 5, Compo Alegre, Tel. 3-
2953.
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$80.00. Calle 39 No. 2.
SE ALQUIL.,:- Local para oficina
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General
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Studio Couch Simmons,
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doble, cama Simmons doble con
spring. Radio RCA Q-34. siete tu-
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cenicero de bronce. Todo nuevo.
Calle 50 No. 23 Apto. 7 esq. a
Venezuela.
SE ALQUILA: Amplio locol cerca
del mercodo, con puertas a la calle.
Propio paro oficina, depsito, tien-
da, etc. Pora mis informes dir-
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jE ALQUILA:Local comercial en lo
colle S No. 2-A, tiene superficie de
250 metros, paro informes solici-
te oficino Baquerizo, Tel. 3-0699.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos fres-
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telfono y balcn privado y servi-
cio completo de Hotel desde B.75.
00. HOTEL ROOSEVELT.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, 7 dormitorios con bao
coda uno. sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleada, instalacin aguo calien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Vista.
Clle 44 No. 32. Apto. 4. Telfono
3-0815.
RINDE MAS. ..
ES EL MEJOR!
|E NECESITAN: Operarios pom
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Vio) Espoa No I.
SE NECESITA:Monicunsta con ex-
i partencia. Saln da Olleza Ame-
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SE VENDE:Radio General Electric
f de 7 bandas, mesa de centro y dos
\ mesas esquineros de caoba, juego
recmaro 5 piezos, coobo. coma
sencillo. Pedro Miguel 185-C. Tel.
i 576.
SE VENCELavadora Easy 60 ciclos
$75.00. Calle 50 No. 23, Apto.
SE NECESITA:Un cocinero chino
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tir* Panamo Conal, calle "i" No.
13. Panomi.
t. SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 2 recmaras,
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| colchn "Beautyrest". Refrigerado-
j ra Coldspot. Puede verse despus
de los 6
Apto. 8.
p. m. Colle 50 No. 23
'SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Crosley de
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verla en "Lo Postal". Avenida Cen-
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piado poro Embaiada, 3 recma-
ras, porch, cocina, pontry, salo-
comedor. jardn grande, cuorto ti-
pleada con servicio. Calle 9o. Poi-
tilia Novedades Harn, Central
N'c 72.
PERDIDA
PERDIDA.Perra Pekins. chocola-
te con negro llomado Tob. nariz
respingada, rabo rizado Gratifica-
cin, llame L.eut. Commonder,
Dye, Novy 2330.

SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA Cuorto amoblado
B 6.00 por semana oara hombre.
Avenido Lefevre. Perqu Lefevr,
No. 32.
DE VENTAJuego completo de come-
dor de 1 1 piezas, caoba, tallado a
mano por un artista italiano, con
tapizodo de cuero legitimo. El Volor
es de B.3,000 00. y el precio ac-
tuol de B. 1.000.00. Puede pre-
guntar por l en la Avenida Per
No. 89. en cuolquier momento a
la Sra. Costra.
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Domsticos
SE NECESITAN:Dos empleados pa-
ro servicio y cocino. Con reco-
mendacin, colle 44 No. 15.
SE NECESITA.Empleada teponsa-
ble para oficios de casa. Que sepa
cocinar y duerma en el trabajo.
Colle 30 No. 13.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
; El MiBcrit bccrvtari Setcunrio fiel Jui-
gado efundo del Circuit i> Pamema,
leo unrionea de Alguacil Ejecutor.
HACE SAHhK:
j y.io por resolucin dt fecha 15 de junio
,'iu ly.il, dictada en el juiciv ejecutivo
| hiiiijti'fiu i. promovido por la "Cumpa*
I ia Fiduciaria de ranamii, S. A." contra
(Silvestre Tcrioriu y Alicia ftlaviilln 0*
Tenorio, al cual han introducido terce-
ra coadyuvante **l aeor Joaqun Jim-
nex y ''Ricardo Mir. S. A*, ae ha e-
fialado H da dies (10) de julio prximo,
para une dentro de lav horaa hbiles
tenun lugar el inundo icmate del in-
muebla que a continuacin ae de-ii-
lie. perteneciente a la demandada Alicia
Magalln de Tenorio:
"Kinca nmero 1I.4U7, inscrita en
la S", .inn de la Propiedad. Provincia
de Panam, en el Kegiro Pblico, al
folio -'J'i del Tomo :;.;'.'. que cundis-
te en lote de terreno marcado en el
plano oficial con el numero diex >
aeis (lii;, r-iiumln en Arraijn. Da*
l rito de Anaijn. Piovinria de Pa-
nam, con una auperfir.e de sei-
cientca veinticinco metros cuadrado*
(aSS m. c.), > una caaa en el cons-
truida.
LINDEROS) -Norte, limita con
el numero quince': Sur. con el Lot
numero \r<-iaieU': Huir, terreno de
CariOo Icaaa; y Oeale, la Avenida
Pl Iroort.
MKDfDAS: ___ Norte. || metros
TO t-rnt metro*, Sur. '6 metroa tiu
centmetros Ente. 21 metro* y Oea-
te. i'n metro, ocupando una auper-
fll !< de ti .i metro* ruadradoa.
"Sobro este tote de terreno se en-
ruenira construida una caaa eaiflo
chalet, de un aolo pino, de ooneroto,
plaoa de mosaicoa y techo de aluminio
con volado de tejan, la cual mide X
metro* de frente por 10 metros de
fondo, ocupando una suporflcie de
.U metroa cuadrados.
' Kn laa mojoraa queda Incluido
orviOM de acueducto, e inatalacin
f>anilarin que lo sirve y queda tam-
bin incluido un tanque sptico.
"La eoitruecin linda por sus
lado.-. Norte. Sur. Kate y Oeste con
terreno desocupado del lote sobre el
cual se encuentra edificada.''
Servir de bate poro el remate la a una
di TRES MIL SEISCIENTOS C1NCUEN
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo v love. Altos del
Golf. Telfono 3-0717.
SE ALQUILA.Magnifica recmaro
amabtadc frente calle, con cocina
independiente. Colle 45 No. 19.
M Venecianas LUX
a B/,0.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
tzenpra.es
industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E vZ2
Tel 3-1713
XA Y SEIS BALBOAS CMS DIEZ Y
NUEVE CENTESIMOS (B.3.bift.lD>.
cantidad indicada por la parle actor:, en
el libelo de demanda* y sern posturas
ndmisiblea laa que cubran la mitad de
esa bosc.
Para habilitarte como postor ao re-
quiere consignar previamente el la Se-
cretaria del Tribonal I cinco por ciento
de la base del remate HMta loa cuatro
de lo tardo del da sealado para el
mate se admitirn laa propuestas qu>
hagan y dOsdt esa hora hasta las cinco
se oirn las pujas y repujas hasta ad-
JimUCbW el bien al *.ejor postor. S
se presentare postor por la mitad de la
base dei remate se har nuevo remate
sin necesidad de anuncio al dfa slguien
te d* este segrundo y en l podr admi-
tirse postura por cualquier
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-j Panam. 15 de junio de n
Empleada. Acudo
Calle 44 No. 30,
SE NECESITA: --
personalmente,
bajos derecha
SE NECESITAUno empleoda seria
pora e! servicio de casa Debe dor-
mir en el trobajo. Ave Manuel Ico-
20 No. 18. Urbanizacn Compo
Alegre
nencia paro uno fornido omerico-
no Calle Ricordo Arias No. 77,
bus verde, ruta 2.
75c por una
Refrigeradora
Todava puede Ud. obtener
una magnifica
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pagando tolo /JC
diarios
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Aproveche rila oportunidad'
Ceatral 223 Calidonia
Tel 2-tMI
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expt-
riencio. Campo Alegre, esquino de
colles 31 y Ricordo Arios. Aparta-
mento 3.
SE NECESITA:Empleado responso-
ble, debe dormir en el trabajo.
Ave. Cuba No. 58 Apto. 7.
S NECESITA Empleoda, debe dor-
| mir caso. Via 6 Porras v Colle 16
No. I. I Atrs Teatro Roosevelt).
SE NECESITA:Lavondero 2 veces
por semona. Buen sueldo. Aparta-
mento San Remo No. 14 altos,
mono derecha.
SE NECESITA:.Cocinero competen-
te, imprescindible duerma en caso.
Avenido Primero La Carrasquilla.
No. 55. Entrondo por el Ttotro
Edn en Via Belsono Porra*.
SE NECESITA:Lavondero dos veces
por semana, buen sueldo, .oparto-
mento Son Reno No. 14 altos, ma-
no derecha.
SE NECESITA Empleado poro ofi-
cios domsticos poro dorm ^a. con recomnHar. n. Ocrrnse
Ave. Centrol 66 Zapatera La Au- j
ror3, Tel. 2-2j j. I
11,1.. .1 KDCARIK) FEKUUSON M
Secretario del Juzcadu Segundo de
Circuito de Panam.
\L* fiel copla de %u original.
RICARDO FABRECA
Notario Pblico Segundo del Circuito ri>
Panam. < i cdula de identidad perso-
nal No 47-73l>.
..........CERTIFICA... .......
Que por medio de la t.critura Pblica
No. TM de Junio 4 de 1951 de la No-
tarla a au carao, lo -chore. afORKIS
ICBWARTS y PAUL SCHWARTZ, han
constituido la .ocicdad colectiva da co-
mer.io de re.pon.ahilidad limitada de-
nominada SCHWARTZ V COMPASIA
LIMITADA.' riiy domicilio ca la ciu-
dad de Panam. pudiendo entablecer
agencia, o .ucursale. en cualquier punto
del inteiior de la Repblica.
Que al termino d duracin de la ao-
ciedad e. de i ao. eontadoa a partir da
la fecha l*# la K.rritura de Conatltu. win.
prorrogable- a voluntad da la parte.
Que -I capital orial e de DIF.Z MIL
BALBOAS IB. 10.000.00 I aportado por
tos aorio* por partes iguale*, quedando
la responsabilidad de cada uno limtada
a au aporta al capital social,
Qua la suciedad Be dedicar a la ...m-
pra y venta de toda cla de mercadera.,
a la Importacin y e.portacin de las
misma, y a cualquier otra actividad
de licito comercio.
Qua la administracin d* la saciedad
y el uso do la tirana social estar a cargo
uel aoclo PAUL SCHWARTZ.
Dado en la chidad de Panam, a lo
cuatro 14) diaa del me. de Junio del
\* mil aoveeiento cincuenta jr uao
llalli.
Ricardo Fhrega
aplatas) Publico Segundo
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento con uno |
recmara, solo-comedor, cocina, ga- j
rog y cuorto de empleada con ser I
vicio propio. Solicite Avenido Ma-
nuel Mora Ycazo. No. 11 olios..
Compo Alegren
MISCELNEA
Experto en colocacin de tejas, ell- j
"minocin de goteros. Oflcino Tel.
3-3450. Residencia 3-1308.
Aviso de Remate
Kt suscrito Secretarlo del Jutgado Se-
niniiu del Circuito ,1c Panam, en fun-
cione de Alguacil Ejecutor, al pblico
en general.
HACK SABES)
Que por raaolooioo de fecha 15 de los
corriente, dictada en el Juicio ejecuti-
vo Hipotecarlo propuesto por I
"Companie Fiduciaria de Panam. S. A."
contra Feline Romero Lps*. e hn se-
alado el die y siete de julio prximo
poro ooe dentro 'le laa hora legales
tcntra litrnr el remate del bien one a
continuacin se describe, de propiedad
del demandudo:
"Finco nmero 10.00. Insrrlta en la
Recelan de la Propiedad. Provincia de
Panam, en el Registro Pblico, ni folio
131 del tomo 11. que consiste en lote
.!e Ierren,, ntnado en La Sabanea da
esta ciudad casa en *l construida, de
un piso sobre rll'tra de concreto. La
eaaa tiene pisos de madera, paredes de
madera v techo de hierro canalado. F.l
terreno tiene una superficie de cuatro-
. lentos sesenta y cuatro metros ruodra-
doa 1164 m'.'l. dentro de lo siguientes
llndriu v medidas lineales- Por el Nor-
ia, mlc treinta t tres metros di- y
nueve centmetros m.l m.l v linda
.on lote nmero siete (71 de Manuela
Berm.ide kaga: por el Sur. mde tren-
fa y tre metros diec y nueva centlme-
troa fitil I m.l y linda con resto del
terreno de Valeatin Raerinl; por el Este.
mide catorce metros (14 tn.> v linda
con lote nmero aeis (41 de Manuela
Bermdo Iraia: y por el Oeste, mide
catorce metros 114 m.) y liada con ca-
lle en provecto."
Servir de base para el remate de la
finca ant't descrita la suma de DOS
MU. CUATROCIENTOS TREINTA Y
TRES BALBOAS CON N""VFNTA Y
SKIS CENTESIMOS (B.2.4SS ). can-
tidad indicada por la ociedad deman-
dante en el libelo da demanda, confor-
me el mntrato de hipoteca: y aeran ofer-
ie sdmiiihle las que cubran las do
terceras partes de eaa euma.
S.- aceptarn ofertae haata las cuatro
le la tarde del dia sealad., y da ea
hora en adelante a oran laa puja| y
repujas que molieran presentarse he"
que ea cerrada la aubasta con la adjudi-
cacin al mejor postor. Para habilitarse
como postor se requiere consignar pre-
viamente en la Secretarla del Tribunal el
cinco por rlento de la bnae del ramal
Pananiii. IS de junio de 1051.
(Fdo) EDUARDO FERGUSON *..
Secretario del Jungado Sefrundo del Cir-
enltO de Panam.
Ea fiel copia de su original
Chocan dos aviones
desnus de un acto
en honor a Churchill
LONDRES. Junio 1 UP
oe Inform que tres pilotos mu-
rieron cuando tres cazas cr
.eaccln se estrellaron poco d.^-
Dus de tener lugar un acto de
aviacin en honor de Winston
rhurchill en el aerdromo or-
lnlco sobre el cual, durante la
pasada ;u>rr"' munri'i'. tuvo lu-
gar uno de los combates area
mayores de la batalla de .an
Bretaa.
Churchill hatia abandonado
va el aerdromo de Blggln lll
cuando dos aparatos cazas Ce
reaccin chocaron en el aire v
diez minutos ms tarde otro a-
vin se estrell contra una cv-
sa situada al extremo de la
pista-
El Ministro del Aire declar
nue se cree aue los tres pilotos
ir -ron las nicas victimas. N;>i-
tuno de las aeroplanos estrd'a-
cos heb.'-in oartlr-irTf'o r-i
-xhlblri--i area eu honor c
LhurchliL
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10.80100 -lbs.
11.0036 lbs. por caja
24.00200 lbs. por saco
7.00100 pna. por ac
7.0098 los. por saco
3.5080 lbs. por saco
3.7550 lbs. por caja
.14-Vi (nacionales)
6.2012 bt. de 24 oz. cada una
.75!b.
27.50170 lbs. por saco
9.0036 latas por caja
23.50165 lbs. por saco
12.50100 lbs. por saco
.73Ib.
23.506 latas de 5 lbs. (p/caja)
9.1096 latas pequeas p/caja
16 jO1,200 cajetitas por caja
7.50100 rollos por caja
2 lbs. por BA 0.23
1
1 "
3pns.
11b.
1 "
1 "
1 "
lbt.
Ilb.
l "
llata
lib.
1 "
1 "
llata
1 "
3 ral
1 rollo
0.33
0.14
0.26
0.09
0.05
0.09
0.16
0.59
0.78
0.19
0.27
0.19
0.14
0.76
4.29
0.10
0.05
0.09
BA 11.50
11.88
28.00
8.66
8.87
4.00
4.50
7.08
32.30
9.72
_ 31.36
14.00
(de 5 lbs.)
9.60
9.50
Los mtodos
pblicamente.
No atacamos al seor Castl-1
lio Mndez porque practique tal
o cual religin y trate de con-
seguir proslitos, sino por sus
mtodos que pugnan contra to-
da moral y desconocen los ms
elementales derechos. Jams se
habla visto cosa semejante en
nuestra Patria que se Intenta-
ra establecer una nueva secta
con la ayuda de los mismos
catlicos y sin que estos lo su-
pieran. Y ahora refirindome tvj
las afirmaciones gratuitas del
soador de mitras y turistas de
Capillas, que:
1) No se sabe a qu secta
pertenezca el seor Castillo
Mndez, por ms que su pasa-
porte mencione alguno de sus
ulules. Uno de los Obispos de
su Iglesia y que vino el ao
pasado a establecer la nueva
secta, Esteban Coiradl, quien _-e
dice Arzobispo titular de Nue-
va Segovia, obtuvo el 21 de Mar-
zo de 1950 v por resolucin
No. 568 que lleva la firma del
entonces Ministro de Gobierno.
Mayor Alfredo Alemn, perso-
nera Jurdica para su secta
que la llam "Iglesia Antigua
Catlica Romana" (segundo t-
tulo). El documento se otorga
gracias a los certificados de
buena conducta expedido en Ca-
Dan plazo para la
limpieza de unos
lotes en Calidonia
La Corregidura de Calidonia
ha emitido el siguiente coitu-
iiicado:
Con el in de llevar a cabo
una labor de positivos beneficios
para esta comunidad, a que es-
tn empeadas las autoiidao'-;
de. este Distrito, se concede ce-
rno primer paso a la realizacin
de esta campaa, un plazo im-
prorrogable de dos semanas
contadsU a partir de la tm.na.
de la publicacin de este comu-
nicado, a todos los dueos de
lotes que se encuentran ubis-t.-,
dos en el Barrio de Calidonia
para que procedan a limpiarles
de malezas, basuras etc- Pasado
ese tiempo se sancionar a to-
das aquellas personas que uo
cumplan con esta medida de
saneamiento.
Panam Junio 19 de 1961
Alberto Curllar A.
Corregidor
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racas por "Monseor Luis Cas-
tillo Mndez Patriarca de Ca-
racas y Primado de Venezuela"
Uercer tjtulo).
Otro de, los Obispos de su sec-
ta que vino con Corradl. Rafael
Moreno G. hondureno, en una
carta a uno de sus amigos en
Tegucigalpa y cuya copia po-
seemos, le deca que su Director,
o sea Corradl, estaba aullado a
la "Old Roman Catholic Church
of North Amrica" lo cual fu
desmentido por esta secta
(cuarto ttulo i.
En carta dei Sr. Castillo Mn-
dez dirigida al Presbtero Car-
los Prez, Director de 'El L-
baro" donde en un documento
con tres clases de sello descar-
ga su enojo contra el inquieto
sacerdote, en el membrete se
lee: "Iglesia Catlica Apost-
lica Venezolana en Comunin
con la Iglesia Catlica Antigua
de Utrech (Holanda)" (quinto
titulo). El Jefe de esta Iglesia
de Utrech en Panam esta es-
perando la .respuesta de su J'
fe en Holanda para "desmentir-
lo.
Por ltimo, cuando crey que
en Alcaldedia* iba a hacer .su
agosto y en calidad de "turis-
.a" qneria apoderarse de la Ca-
pilla hasta el punco que los
nabltantes alarmados fueron a
pedir proteccin a la Curia,
no quiso presentarse como mi-
nistro de Jtra religion, sino co-
mo verdadero sacerdote catlico
i sexto, sin ttulos). Y ios ha-
bitantes de Alcaidediaz que es-
tacan prese.iies estn dispues-
tos a luce, las declaraciones
ante autoridades competentes j
tan indignados se encuentran
que aconsejan al seor Casti-
llo Mndez que deje esa clase
de turismo pues mal librado
puede salir en otra ocasin con
esta clase de distracciones.
2) No hay tai d que el seor
Castillo Mndez fuera expulsa-
do por razones polticas. Se-
rian, razones polticas las que
obligaron a los americanos pa-
ra sacarlo de la Zona del Ca-
nal? Esperamos una Informa-
cin ms detallada de Caracas
pt.es nada queremos adelantar
sin tener pruebas, pero en car-
ta dirigida al Arzobispo de Pa-
nam por el verdadero Arzo-
bispo de Caracas y -fechada n
esa ciudad el 5 de Mayo de 1950
dice: "Envo a V. E. un numero
de la revista "Absum" rgano
del Arzobispo, con la Docu-
mentacin acerca de Castillo
Mndez, falsearlo y apstata de
gran audacia, que consigui a.
principio embaucar las gentes
senclhas de los barrios aparta-
dos de Caracas, pero que ahora
a Dios gracias, tiene muy po-
cos adeptos. Slo los comunis-
tas le hacen propaganda."
3) En cuanto al 75% de sus
adeptos con que cuenta en Ve-
nezuela, causa risa pues enton-
ces a quienes estn gobernan-
do tantos obispos y sacerdotes
catlicos en Venezuela? Ls-
tima que no se encuentra ac-
tualmente el Excmo. 8r. don
Enrique Castro Gmez Emba-
jador de Venezuela, cuya au-
toridad Invoca porque est au-
sente, pues muy generoso sena
el Sr. Embajador si le asignara
un 5% a su secta, de los ha-
bitantes de Venezuela.
4) Y por ltimo, si al seor
Castillo Mndez le rebaja el
presentarse como Arzobispo Ro-
mano, por qu se hizo ordena:
sacerdote catlico romano, con
documentos que l mismo falsi-
fic y cuyas coplas fotosttlcas
tenemos
SI el seor Castillo Mndez
piensa Ir a Guatemala donde
ya estuvo antes y que no sabe-
mos por qu la abandon, le
aconsejamos que tenga muchc
cuidado. ES mejor que se pre-
sente desde el principio como
r. enemigo de la Iglesia Cat-
lica Romana si queda algo de
dignidad en su persona.
Agradeciendo del seor Direc-
tor la publicacin de esta car-
ta, me es grato suscribirme
Atto. y S. 8
Toms A. Clavel M. Pbro.
Secretario del Arzobispado.
El Viernes sesionar
la Soc Bolivariana
en el Saln Bolvar
El seor don Jos E. Lefevre,
presidente de la Sociedad Boli-
variana de Panam, ha comen
zado a distribuir las Invitacio-
nes para la sesin solemne que
esa sociedad celebrar el vier-
nes 22 del presente mes en el
Saln Bolivar del colegio La Sa-
lle a las 10.30 de la maana, en
conmemoracin del 125o. ani-
versario de la reunin del hist-
rico Congreso de Panam da
1826.
Como orador de esa solemne
sesin ha sido escogido el Lia
Eduardo Morgap.
Tendr lugar hoy una
sesin del Sind. de
Industrales de Pm.
La Sociedad de Industrale'
de Panam celebra sta tarde
una importante reunin con el'
fm de estudiar los inform-:
presentado* por las comisiones
de las diferentes industrias na-
cionales en lo relacionado ai h'.-
te (os.o de la vida.
De acuerdo con los inforr.ics
de las comisiones, la socieda
Industriales da Panam se di-
r3tr al Poder Ejecutivo re-
mendando las medidas que con-
sideran se deben tomar a fia
de resolver ste angustioso Pro-
blema que confronta nuestra
clase trabajadora.
Por disentir con
su partido dimite
ministro chileno
SANTIAGO. Chile. Junto ft
(UP). El Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores de Chile. Horacio
Walker, present renuncia irre-
vocable al Presidente Gabriel
Gonzlez Vldela despus de ex- -
ponerle la situacin Interna de
su partido, que dio origen a su
decisin.
La renuncia de Walker se ba-
sa en i,ue no acepta la orien-
tacin poltica que se pretende
dar al Partido Conservador del
eral es miembro.
Las razones de la renuncia
serian, por lo tanto, de carc-
ter personal, originadas por di-
sidencias internas de su partid.
Enjuician sujeto
que defraud a
varias compaas
NUEVA YORK, Junio 19 (UP)
El Gran Jurado del Condado
de Nueva York dict auto de
procesamiento contra el joyero
Herman B. Sacks, al que precisa-
mente hoy detuvo la Polica de
Buenos Aires.
Segn informes de la Fiscala,
Sacks, quien form parte de la
Firma 'Sacks and Perry" con es-
tablecimiento en esta ciudad de-
dicada a la venta de Joyas en
consignacin, defraud a Varia
firmas en cantidades que suman
76 mil dlares.
El Fiscal auxiliar David S.
Worgen dijo que se tramitar
inmediatamente la extradicin
de Sacks y los documentos sern
enviados para su firma al Go-
bernador del Estado, Thoma
Dewey. quien los pasar al De-
partamento de Estado para que
a su vez tramite la extradicin
por conducto de la Embajada
Argentina.
Se complica el caso
de la doble muerto
ocurrida en Habana
HABANA, Junio 19 (UP) El
Sargento de Estado, Richard T.
Carrigan, sugiri que el Sargento
Robert J. Shelton, de 22 aos f
Agustn Fernndez, de 40 aos,
quienes fueron encontrado
muertos en la Embajada de Es-
tadal Unidos, quizs fueron ase-
sinados por 'una tercera perso-
na" e nun intento de robarse do-
cumentos.
Carrigan, quien es compaero
de cuarto de Shelton y guarda
de la Embajada, dijo nue Shelton
no se pudo heber suicidado. Dijo
que 8helton ena un Joven alegre
y callado y que nunca molestaba
a nadie.
la polica cree que Shelton ma-
t a Fernndez de un tiro en la
cabeza, recostndose luego en un
sof y hacindose un disparo de-
trae de la oreja derecha.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
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MARTES. JITNIO 19. 1951
EL PANAMA IMBRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETB

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Informes para e*f j tveccion te reciben en la
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Social
TetlMO S-SIM
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: IH a 16:H a.m.
Apartado 114

Regresa graduada de
Master en Finanzas'
a Srta. Ana Salaminr
La Polica expedir los permisos
portar armas de fuego aqu
para
Lo eslilla as un
decreto del Min.
de Gno. y Justicia
El rgano Ejecutivo, por me-
dio de decreto que lleva las fir-
mas del seor Presidente de la
Repblica, don- Alcibiades Aro-
semena y del seor Ministro de
?0b en adelante, por la Comandan-
cia dei Cuerpo de Polica y poi
os Jeles de Seccin del Cuerpo
de Polica en las distintas Pro-
vincias de la Repblica, comi-
sionados para ello por la Co-
mandancia.
Dice as el decreto:
EL I'lttslulMi: DE LA
REPBLICA,
en uso de sus facultades legales,
DECRETA:
Articulo Primero: Todo los
ngel Ordez, ha dispuesto que
todos los permisos para portar
armas de fuego sern expedidos
Despus de varios aos de au-
sencia, consagrados a sus estu-
dios en la Universidad "Brescia
Hall", de Ontario. Canad, re-
gresa hoy nuestra compatriota
seorita Ana Rosa Salamma,
quien ocup el Primer Puesto de
su graduacin, obteniendo su
diploma de "Master" en Finan-
zas.
La seorita Salamlna hizo sus
estudios secundarlos en el Ins-
tituto Panamericano de esta ciu-
dad, obteniendo en ese plantel
tambin el Primer Puesto de
Honor.
Plcenos felicitar muy since-
ramente a la gentil amiga, y ha-
cemos extensiva esta felicita-
cin a sus orgullosos padres con
quienes compartimos su alegra.
del presente mes el seor don
Ernesto Jaramillo Aviles. A las
muchas congratulaciones que
haya recibido con tal motivo
le hacemos liegar las nuestras.
Matrimonio
Y'elsqur/.-Magdaleno
El dia 11 de Junio unieron
sus destinos con el sagrado lazo
del matrimonio los Jvenes se-
or Felipe Velsquez Lpez y
Jllma Magdaleno.
Formulamos votos muy since-
ros por la ventura conyugal de
la joven pareja.
AGASAJADA MARIAN ANDERSON. He aqu dos grficas de los actos que tuvieron logar
ayer eon motivo de- la llegada de la contralto norteamericana, Marian Anderson. En la pri-
mera, vemos a la destacada cantante, en la conferencia de Prensa. En al otra, la Recepcin
qne tuvo logar en la Embajqada de los Estados Unidos, donde fu saludada por un nutrido
cropo d damas y caballeros de nuestra sociedad. En la foto aparece acompaada con el Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores y seora, el Encargado de Negocios de los Estados Unidos, don
Murcay Wise, y seora y don Narciso Garay.
Despedida de Soltera
Las seoritas Vilma G. Mar-
tines Blanco y Xenia Esther
Stevenson ofrecieron el sba-
do en la residencia de la seo-
rita Nelva Bolivar un Miscella-
neous Shower para despedir de
su vida de soltera a la Srta.
Yolanda I. Holguin. resultando
una fiesta muy simptica. 8e
encontraban presentes la seo-
ra Yolanda de Alzp y las 8rtas.
Vera Esquivel Pacheco, Finita
icaza, Silvia Tapia, Irma Bravo,
Virginia Amado, Lourdes Pa-
checo, Anita Lee, Elsa Oberto,
Carmela Fernndez, Ruby Or-
tega, Blanca Alcedo, Judith
Young y Dilma Delgado.
Buffet
El Dr. C. DeWltt Brtcoe y
seora, ofrecieron anoche un
buffet en su residencia en Be-
lla Vista, para agasajar a la
seorita Mary Martin Newland
y al Dr. William F. Clary, quie-
nes contraern matrimonio ma-
ana mircoles.
Almuerzo Campestre
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la seorita Ana Lu-
crecia Arits. un grtipd de sus
amistades la agasajaron hoy
con un almuerzo campestre en
Mangus.
mos.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
En esta fecha celebra sus na-
tales la seora doa Dora N.
de Vergara, esposa de don De-
metrio Vergara. La felicitamos i luego concedidos con anteriorl-
y formlamos votos porque cele-1 dad a la vigencia de este Decre-
tuego destinadas a la caza o a
cualesquiera otros fines sern
expedidos exclusivamente por
la Comandancia del Cuerpo de
Polica Nacional en la* Provin-
cia de Panam y por los Jefes
de Seccin o Destacamento de
Polica en las dems Provincias
de la Repblica, comisionado.!
por la Comandancia.
Articulo Segundo: Ser atri-
bucin exclusiva del Ministro
de Gobierno y Justicia y de le.
Comandancia de la Polica Na-
cional la concesin de los per-
misos para portar revlver que
soliciten los funcionarlos pbli-
cos y las personas de ouena
conducta encargadas de la re-
caudacin o custodia de unidos
o que ejerzan los cargos de co-
bradores o pagadores de sumas
de consideracin.
Artculo Tercero: Todos los
permisos para uso de armas de
"Boda Real", xito musical
digno de un monarca
bre muchsimos aos ms con
salud y bienestar.
De Costa Rica
Saludamos atentamente al Sr.
John Keith, quien se encuen-1
tra en Panam en viaje de ne-
gocios.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en los Estados
Unidos, se encuentra de nuevo
entre nosotros el Dr. Frank Ray-
mond. Lo saludamos.
to quedarn cancelados. Los in-
teresados necesitarn obtener
nuevos permisos de la Coman-
El seor don Luis J. A. Du- j dela del Cuerpo de Polica
cruet se ver hoy muy fellcl- Nacional o del Jefe de Seccin
tado por sus numerosas amis-; o de Destacamento de Polica.
tades con motivo de celebrar
en esta fecha un ao ms de
vida. Nos es grato enviarle
nuestras felicitaciones.
Saludamos cordlalmente al se-
or Rudy de Obarrio Ehrman.
quien lleg de Nueva York por
la va area.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al Lie. Juan B.
Cervera y seora Juana de Cer-
vera, por el advenimiento de
un varonclto. ocurrido ayer en
el Hosppital Panam.
Abandonan el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seora doa Julia
de R. de Quelquejeu, quien se
encuentra recluida en el Hos-
pital Gorgas.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
En el da de maana cum-
plen un ao ms de unin ma-
trimonial los esposos seor Sa-
lomn Zebede y seora Nora de
Zebede. Por este medio les ha-
cemos llegar a los esposos Ze-
bede nuestras anticipadas fell-1 Justicia,
citaciones.
Articulo Cuarto: Quedan mo-
dificados en esta forma los ar-
tculos 15, 17, 18, 19 y 20 del De-
creto Ejecutivo nmero 354. de
29 de Diciembre de 1948.
Comuniqese y publiquese.
Dado en la ciudad de Pana-
m, a los... das del mes de
......de mil novecientos cin-
cuenta y uno.
ALCIBIADES AROSEMENA.
El Ministro de Gobierno y
En una deliciosa historia de
ios amores y xitos de un uvo
de hermanos (Astaire y Jone
Powell), la MOM ha construido
un fastuoso espectculo musi-
cal '"Boda Real" que viene a
sentar sus reales el jueves en el
Teatro Lux Veremos al Rey del
Baile, con la Reina de la Can-
cin, que es ahora del baile tam-
bin; veremos nmeros reainvn
te asombrosos, como el muy c >-
mentado baile en el cielo ruao.
el suntuoso y tropical nmero
iiaitiano el do de los men;.-
rosos (nmero cmico i precioso
valses, la funcin de la realeza
Inglesa y muchas otras atrae*
clones y canciones que hacen d*>
Boda Real" un espectculo
realmente grandioso.
Debuta en este film Sairh
Churchill, bella hija de Winstnn
Churchill, bailando y actuando
en forma maravillosa.
Miguel ngel Ordez
Agradecimiento
DomiUis Campodnico,' Rosina C. de Campodnico, Jose-
fa R. Campodnico, Alejandro de Jann, Rafaela C. de de
Japn, Joan M. Prex, Lu Elia C. de Pre, Rosina y Ra-
naldo Camarano y Jacinta C. de Camarano, agradecen por
este medio las ofrendas florales > las manifestaciones de
condolencia que recibieron con motivo del fallecimiento de
la seora
Rafaela C. vda. de Camarano
(q. e. p. d.)
NUESTRO REGALO
PARA LAS NOVIAS
DE JUNIO:
20% DE DESCUENTO
en Esprines y Colchones
SIMMONS!
Participaciones de Matrimonio
Circulan las participaciones
para el matrimonio de la seo-
rita Carmen Cristina Hernn-
dez, hija del seor Julio Her-
nandez y seora Rosa de Her-
nandez con. el Dr. Juan Jos
Massot, hijo del Dr. Trinidad
Massot Palm* y seora Dolo-
rase P. de Massot, acto que se
verificara el viernes 22 de junio
a las 8 p.m. en el Santuario
Nacional del Corazn de Ma-
ra.
Para Colombia
Despedimos atentamente a laj
seoras Mara A. de Alvarado
y Hortensia A, de Alemn, quie-
nes siguieron hoy para Carta-
gena, en donde pasarn una
temporada visitando a sus fa-
miliares.
Para los Estados Unidos
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al Dr. Dennis, F. Reeder y se-
?rai. ?u?ne' teuen hoy para
los Estados Unidos, en donde
pasaran una temporada.
Sigui lioy para Nueva York
por la va area el seor Ca-1
mllo Quelquejeu. Lo desped-1
Abandon hoy la Clnica San
Fernando, en donde fu someti-
do a operacin quirrgica el
seor Manuel Espinos. Nos ale-
gramos.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Matilde F. de Castro.
8ra. Cecilia M. de Novey.
Sra. Irma B. de Sevler.
Sra. Brunilda Bonilla.
Sr. Rogelio Orillac.
Srta. Astrid Wolff Villalaz.
Nio Ralph L. Pope Morales.
Blgica impone embai*go a las
exportaciones que se enven
hacia la China Comunista
NACIONES UNIDAS. Nueva: General, en la que se pide un em-
York, Junio 19 (U8IS)Blgica bargo mundial de materiales es-
Nombra comisiones la Escuela
Repblica de Guatemala
ha aplicado un embargo sobre los
embarques de materiales de gue-
rra para la China comunista des-
de el comienzo de la agresin en
Corea, inform la delegacin bel-
ga a las Naciones Unidas.
El Informe ha sido dado en res-
puesta a la resolucin aprobad?
'' 18 de mayo por la Asamblea
tratgicos contra la China comu-
nista. La resolucin solicit Infor-
me de cada una de las naciones
antes de hoy.
Blgica ha instituido un siste-
ma de licencias de exportacin, e
informa que evitar la expansin
del comercio con China comunis-
ta.
Sra. Lia S. de Estripeaut. .
Sra. Rosa B. de Mosquera.
Sra. Oderay O. de Herrera.
8r. Samue' Lewsl Jr.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BEBTONCINI
Tel U Aptdo. I0W
Tftntmm
...qu ricos! Siempre gustan
.. ,y ft hacen con la mayor facilidad!
Se let agrega lacha, se cocinan
unos 5 minutos. Eso todo I
Felicitacin
El da 15 de los corrientes
celebr sus natales el seor don
Manuel D. Joly. Aunque algo
tarde le hacemos llegar nues-
tras cordiales felicitaciones.
Muy felicitado se vio el dia 16
ADQUIRALOS
POR
CLUB
CONSERVAN LA JUVENTUD Y LA BELLEZA
mueblera
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 6.1TELS.2-1830
Y 2-1833
...para tal futuras f/ovia.!
C.I rfalo Jratal
ARTCULOS DE
Cristalera "Harbridge'
variedad nica
Lmparas
Juegos de Cubiertos
Vajillas
EL DESODORANTE
VERDADERAMENTE EFICAZ
He aqu por que es superior la
tmta ODO-RO-NO
^-
**!
Avanida Cantral 91
Detiene rpidamente, in peligro, el ador.
Hace desaparecer inmediatamente el olor
del sudor.
Le ofrece completa proteccin de uno a
tres das.
No irrita la piel normalpuede usarla a diario.
No mancha ni daa la ropa.
Nunca se seca ni se pone arenosa, como los
desodorantes ordinarios.
No es grasosa, se desvanece como
"cold cream".
MiUonrs de mujeres usan conlenlisimas U
4
5

Para la mejor reparticin ciel
trabajo se ha organizado la la-
bor educativa de la escuela Re-
pblica de Guatelama en Pue-
blo Nuevo de las Sabanas en las
siguientes comisiones de maes-
tros:
lo. Comisin de Orientador
Je la Enseanza: Leonora Rrgis
V; Maria de la Paz Urriola. Iia-
quel Maria Gonzlez y Victor
M. Garibaldi.
2o. Comisin de Disciplina y
Conducta: Maria L. de Casal,
Beatriz de Francesctol, Ana de
Figueroa y Eflgenla Ortega.
3o Comisin de Higiene y Sa-
lud: Dora C. de Campo, Carmen
riarte. Carmen Melndez. Ce-
rilla de Carrasco y Lilia M. de
Lara.
A. Cruz Roja Juvenil y Lt-
?in Sanitaria: Dora C. de
Campo y Carmen riarte.
a. Aseo y Ornato: Carinen
Melndez.
C. Salud y Comedor: Lilla
M. de Lara.
D En la Loma de Beier.:
Cecilia de Carrasco.
4o. Comisin de Relaciono*
con el Hogar: Otilia Quijada
Conrada de Berrocal y Leticia
F. de Bedoya. .
5o. Comisin de Actos Cuilu-
rales y Sociales: Raquel de Val-
verde, Silvia S. de Paz. Julieta
:\c Roremo y Lydla B. de Gmez.
6o. Comisin de Finanzas: Do-
lores Urriola (Tesorera. Emma
G. Rodrguez y Luis Rodriguen
7o. Comisin de Prensa y la-
dio: Judith Maria Ayala y Vir-
ginia de Estrada.
Raylto de sol a cargo de 'a~
Maestra Judith Mara Ayala por
asta semestre.
$o. Comisin de Deportes: O-
*?a G. de Tejelra y Victor M
Garibaldi.
Comisiones del Club X y Anexo
de la Escuela Repblica de
Guatemala
Orientacin de la Enseanza:
Olivia Mara Jay, Raquel Legen-
dre. Susana R. de Solis.
Orientacin de la Conducta:
ruillermo Retally, Petra de
ontreras-
Orientacin de la Salud: Su-
sana R. de Solis.
Relaciones con el Hogar y Ar-
tos Culturales: Raquel de Rivet
y Raquel de Dips.
Orientacin de Finanzas: Au-
.a D. de Mara. ,
Er rtpcsttri significa
muchsimo la calidad
de los ingrediente*...
si usted emplea lo
mejor, tiene asegura-
do el xito. Por so
en polvos de hornear
debe preferir el Polvo
de Hornear Royal...
famoso en todo el
mundo por su alta
calidad.
BOYAL
e Lixt
da lujo a sus uas y su
precio no as un lujo
Cut de luxe Niil Brilliance et
una revelacin! Tiene todas la
cualidades de los esmalte* de uas
mai caros a mucho menos precie
Ksquisito frasco con cmodo aplica-
dor, como loa mis lujosos esmalte*.
El esmalte permanece bellsimo diaa
y das. Ni se agrela ni se desprende.
Ao irrita la piel. Novsimos e in-
teresantes matices.
Quedar usted admirada con
CLTEX.L.e
Lsmolie ata lujo un precio ao ala luja.
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PAGINA
EL PANAMA AMERICA MARIO INDEPENDIENTE '
MARTES, JUNIO 19, MSl 4
Centenario, Eleta y BAM Jr. Defienden Hoy Su!Bob Feller Conqufci Ayer
Privilegiada Colocacin En El Basket Menor
Ei? cambio, Madurito,' ^
Rodelag y Barcelona
buscan su Ia victoria
m"^jgmmmm
BAM.ITAl.1. DE SEGUNDA
CATEGORA
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Estados de los Equipos
Grupo
GRINGO DE LA GUARDIA
G P Pts
Fuerza y Lu .. 1 0 1.0U0
Opca Sosa .... 2 0 1 "MI.
'J iansi-lm i i a .. 1 ""<:
Feiwicx ........2 ii 1. II 111)
Cie.u Gonzlez .. 1 1 ..."i
.000
Dep. Pern _. .. 0 2 .'.
Fuerte 15 .. .. 0 2 .001'
Rebeldes .. .. 0 2 .000
Grupo
"CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pts
Pepsi Cola .... 2 uoo
Dep. C. Eleta ..1 6 i.'III.
Bam Jr. ...... 1 0 1.00C
Centenario .... 1 0 l.oo;
Parque l.eirvre .. 1 1 .50,
.ou.
.Od;
Rodclag........0 1 .001
Panamericana .0 2 .00
Dcimo Triunfo Del Ao Al Ganar
El Cleveland a Los Medias Rojas
SENTADOS SOBRE EL OUT. Forzado por Spec Sheas, durante la importante serie serte-
nida hace poco en el Parque Comiskey, aparece Charlie Silvera, de los Yanquis, deslizndose
en la secunda tratando de evitar el doubleplay. Silvera se tir de cabeza y en esta dramtica
foto aparece Nelson Fox sentado sobre la cabeza de Silvera.
Por BETO TEJADA
El Campeonato de Basketball
Masculino de Segunda Catego-
ra, prosigue esta noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional con tres im-
portantes desafior.
Madurito vs. Centenario
7:09 ii.ni.
En este primer encuentro se
miden equipos catalogados en ti
grupo "Che Villalobos" y en
el cual el Centenario tratar de
mantener su invicto ante riva-
Dos Partidos
Celebran Hoy
Los Bomberos
Gran en.usa1 mo e inters se
ha levantado por las presenta-
ciones que se ha informado
olrecein en esta ciudad y en
Coln tus mundialmente amo-
. sos canasteros Trotamundos de
Con dos partidos proseguir Harlem y el equipo norteame-
hoy la Liga de Sottball dU rlcano ilanvado -An star
Cuerpo de Bomberos en el Cam- i Aunque no se han confirma-
po Santa Rita. cto los tres juegos, se ha anun-
Los Juegos corrern a car- ciado que debutarn maana
Los Trotamundos De Harlem
Juegan Mna. En El Gimnasio
SERVICIO DE LA PRENSA
UNIDA
Aunque necesit ayuda en la
novena entrada Bob Feller lo-
gr su sexto triunfo consecu-
tivo y dcimo del ao y tercero
de la temporada sobre los Me-
dias Rojas al batear los Indios
14 Incoglbles para ganar por !)
carreras a 7.
Los Medias Rojas se rebela-
ron en la ltima jornada ano-
tndose tres carreras a Feller
y Mlke Garca, pero Lou Bris-
sle los aplaco abanicando a
Billy Goodman y retirando a
Johnny Pesky con una roleta
estando las bases llenas.
Al Rosen anot la primera
carrera d) los Indios con un
Jonrn y Sam Chapman empu-
j la tercera y cuarta con otro
cuadrangular. Loa Indios ano-
taron cuadro ms en la quinta
dos de ellos por Jnrn de Ray
Boone. El Boston anot las dos
primeras carreras por sencillos
de Pesky Ted Williams y Bobby
Dperr y la tercera y cuarta por
jonrrr de Pesky.
No haba ms juegos seala-
dos en la Liga Americana.
En la Liga Nacional tambin
se celebr un partido en el cual
los Cachorros vencieron a los
Bravos por 5 a 4 al empujar el
recluta Bob Borkowskl con un
sencillo despus de dos outs en
la novena entrada al receptor
Bruce Edwards que haba co-
nectado un doblete. Edwards
anot la primera carrera del
juego por pase gratis, roleta al
cuadro y sencillo de Eddie Mlk-
sis y el cachorro Frank Hiller
anot en la quinta por sencillo
suyo Junto con otro de Jeffcoat
y dos roletas de out al cuadro.
Granillo y Azteca empataron en la apertura
del Circuito Mayor del Baseball de Sta. Rita
go de los equipos:
Comandancia vs. Compaa
No. 5.
Banda de Cornetas vs. Com-
paa No. 3.
Estos Juegos son Importan-
es peligrosos como los del Ma- tes ya que t'odos l6s conjun-
rito, qus tienen confianza en tos tstAn iuchando por mejo-
rar su colocacin y participar
en la serle final. El calendario
de esta liga se debe terminar
esta semana, segn hemos sido
informados.
lograr esta noche su primer
triunfo:
Carlos Eleta vs. Rodelas;
8:00 p.m.
En este segundo Juego, salen
La Liga de Softball del Cuer-
los pupilos del chino Kam a'
lograr su segundo xito y man-
tener su invicto, mientras que
los del Rodelag, buscarn su
primera victoria y mejorar su
colocacin:
B~m Jr. vs. Barcelona
9:00 p.m.
En este choque defienden su
invicto los del Bam Jr. y sus
rivales buscan su primera vic-
toria Quintero y Cardales, ar-
bitran. Velarde anota y Alzpu-
ru lleva el tiempo.
po de Bomberos no celebr par-
tidos el domingo, debido a In-
convenientes surgidos a ltima
hora.
Estn a la venta
los boletos de
los Trotamundos
Por JULIO E. MAESTRE
Desde hoy estn en venta
los boletos de entrada para
los partidos de Basketball In-
ternacional, que efectuarn los
famosos jugadores del equipo
'Los.Trotamundos da Harlem.'
Los tiquetes se estn vendien-
do en el Almacn Electrogas
que est situado en la Ave-
nida Central No. 29 frente a
la Iglesia la Merced y Kiosco
de Santa Ana.
Maana mircoles, los Tro-
tamundos de Harlem juegan
contra los campeones nacio-
nales el Lord Chesterfield,
mientras que las Estrellas de
la Asociacin Americana se
baten co nel equipo BAM re-
foorzado.
Los cigarrlleros
continan invictos
en el basket mayor
El Barn se impuso al Ma-
durito en "fotofinish"
Por CESE
Otro final cardiaco se regis-
tr anoche en el Campeonato
Masculino de t.aj..c..^.. ....
oe la Liga Provincial de Pana-
ni, cuando el Deportivo uain
"socio al Madurito en foto-
flnlsh por 51 a 49, en ei segun-
do partido de la velada cele-
brada en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Con el partido empatado a 49
puntos, Carlos Cells anot a
canasta que le dl el triunfo a
su equipo en el preciso instan-
te en que finalizaba el partido.
En el primer Juego ios Cam-
peones del Lord Chester logra-
ron su sptima victoria conse-
cutiva de la temporada al im-
ponerse al Carta Vieja por 75 .i
62, manteniendo asi su invicto.
Slo en los dos primeros tiem-
pos le opusieron resistencia los
Licoreros a los Campeones del
aa pasado.
El Carta Vieja utiliz anoche
otro jugador portorriqueo, Gui-
llermo Quiroga, 116) quien hi-
to 17 puntos, su paisano Sebas-
tin Pons marc 16 tantos pol-
los Cigarriileros estuvo a la al-
tura el "Chinlto" Tom. quien
fabric 14 puntos y Cecilio Wi-' Ha clasific para las. semlfina-
lliams con 14. I les del torneo de eliminacin de
-,. la zona europea por la Copa
El segundo encuentro se pu- Davls de tennis al Vencer Gian-
ao al rojo vivo faltando dos mi- ni Cuccelll v Marcello del Bello
utos de Juego, cuando, despus > a Josef Piatek v Jan Chytrow-
. es,a.'. ai)a3,0 toda la distar>- sky en los dobles por 6-2, 6-3
Cia e\ Madurito empat a 47. y 6-2.
Celis del Bam, anot la ca- Cuccelll y Del Bello ganaron
riasta ganadora en el instante en las Individuales de antier
decisivo Cells hizo 22 puntos de manera que los dos parti-
en total. Su companero Echeve- dos individuales de hoy sern
rna 10- a manera de exhibicin.
mircoles en la noche en ei
Gimnasio Nacional frente al
de los Cigarriileros que mar-
chan invictos en el actual Cam-
peonato. En el otro partido se
presentarn Seleccionados con-
tra el Bam. Entre ambos par-
tidos se ofrecern adems n-
meros artsticos y musicales
presentados por los mismos ju-
gadores visitantes.
La segunda actuacin de los
Trotamundos de Harlem tendria
lugar l Jueves en la noche en
Coln y jugaran los Trotamun-
dos con los Seleccionados.
En la reunin que tendr es-
ta tarde la Federacin Nacio-
nal de Basketball, se resolver
definitivamente sobre las pre-
sentaciones de los Trotamun-
dos y se tratarn otros asun-
tos de gran Inters.
Componen ambos equipos los
siguientes Jugadores:
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS
Louis Pressley,
35 aos, Capitn.
Rosror Cumberland,
33 aos.
Henry Singleton,
26 aos.
Carl Helem,
25 aos.
Donald Moore,
26 aos.
Ermer Buster Robinson,
29 aos.
Robert Alfred Hall,
23 aos.
Clifton Nathaniel Jr.,
25 aos.
Frank Bernard Washington,
30 ar.os.
William Genn Gates,
34 aos.
ALL STARS
Anthony Lavelli Jr.,
25 aos, Capitn.
Bud Stanley Schaeffer,
24 aos.
John William Chaven Jr.,
23 aos.
Edward Horst Leede,
23 aos.
John Hagelow Burmaster,
25 aos.
Bertil William Erickson,
22 aos.
Mase Mason Woolsey,
26 aos.
John Junior Sebastin,
30 aos.
Referee: .
Robert Thomas Finnegan,
25 aos.
Representante Norteamericano
Harry Hanin,
47 aos.
Extra Show Malabarista de
Bastones
Donald Byron Poybter,
26 aos.
Bernardo Hull,
Representante General.
Por S. H. IVALDI
Con todo xito se Inaugur
el Campeonato de Baseball de)
Circuito Mayor de la Liga San-
ta Rita en el Estadio Olmpico,
empatando a cinco carreras Az-
teca y Granillo.
El Presidente de la Liga, Sr.
Toms Muoz, se dirigi a >a
numerosa concurrencia para
explicar el motivo del acto ex-
poniendo tambin otros asun-
tos de inters para esta con-
tienda.
El Sr. Blas Santaclara, en-
treg los trofeos y diplomas a
los campeones y jugadores des-
tacados de la pasada tempo-
rada.
El gran deportista, Ing. Nor-
berto Navarro, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, lanz la pri-
mera bolt., y entre los invita-
dos de honor adems del ing.
Navarro, se encontraban F. Ve-
lasquez, Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia, Blas Santaclara, Tommy
Duncan, Julin Rivera, ngel
Grimas, etc.
En el Juego de apertura que
result sensacional, los Grani-
lleros fueron los primeros en
anotar cuando en el primer acto
marcaron cuatro carreras, de-
bindose tres al cuadrangular
que dispar Scantlebury; luego
en el tercer episodio, Scantle-
bury conect un triple y marc
la quinta carrera de su equipo.
Los Indios sin desanimarse,
reaccionaron y fueron descon-
tando la ventaja, anotando una
carrera en. el cuarto episodio,
dos entradas en el quinto acto,
una en el sexto Inning y la ca-
rrera del empate la marcaron
en el sptimo episodio..
El indgena A. Lpez lanz
toda la distancia por el Grani-
llo y por el Azteca lanzaron V.
Mendoza y R. Pinzn.
La anotacin condensada fu:
CHE
Granillo..........5 9 5
Azteca..........5 8 3
RECIBIENDO CONSEJOS. El lanzador Billy Joe Davidson
recibe consejos del lanzador Bob Feller en el "dogout". La
organizacin del Cleveland pag un bono de $120,000 a David-
son por firmar. Este novato lanzador tiene un promedio de
17'/4 ponches en su carrera pelotera semlprofeslenal.
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Siguen Figurando Carrasquel
y Mioso Para Participar En
El Juego De Las Estrellas
Se celebrar el domingo en
J. F. Clsico La Prensa
Por RDEME Prestigio (120), Hurlecano (115),
Doras Time (115).
El ftbol de Coln acuerda hoy el
pgrma. de la apertura del Campeonato
COLON, Junio 19 (Por Nando Bravo en la Categora Menor y
Los Gigantes se
deshacen de su
lanzador R. Bowman
NUEVA YORK. Junio 19
(UP). Los gigantes enviaron
a su joven lanzador zurdo
Roger Bowman a su equipo
finca en Ottawa de la Liga
Internacional llam ando en
cambio de ese equipo a sus
fila sal serpentinero derecho
Frank Hardy.
Quintero). Esta noche en i&
reunin reglamentaria que tie-
nen los miembros de la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol se pondr
en consideracin el programa
que ha sido elaborado para la
Inauguracin de los Campeona-
tos Provinciales de Balompi
de primera y segunda divisin
el prximo domingo segn io
que han manifestado los miem-
bros de la Comisin que elabo-
r el programa, este ser ex-
tenso y vistoso, pues una de
las cosas que se ha exigido es
que todos los ocho oncenos
concurran debidamente unifor-
Deportlvo Dosman vs. Deportivo
Boca Jr. de la Divisin Mayor.
Para los saques iniciales en
estos Juegos se ha distingui-
do a dos deportistas y autori-
dades d esta Provincia.. En el
partido de la segunda dar el
saque 'el Mayor Pastor Ramos
Jr. y en el de la Categora Ma-
yor el Alcalde Jos D. Bazn, se
ha informado adems que se
han extendido invitaciones a
las autoridades deportivas de
Panam y Coln, a los Clubes
Tigres y Leones de Coln, C-
mara de Jvenes, Miembros de
la ARD, Director General dej
Educacin Fsica, Ledo. Manuel
Roy, el seor Ministro de Obras
Pblicas, Horberto Navarro y
El prximo domingo en el Hi-
pdromo Nacional rendir ho-
menaje a los Chicos de la
Prensa, con un programa hpi-
co dedicado especialmente a to-
dos los miembros del periodis-
mo nacional y el cual ya se ha
hecho tradicional en nuestro
medio.
Todos los periodistas sern
invitados a este acto que como
en aos anteriores debe reves-
tir de gran solemnidad. Dicho
da se celebrar el gran Cla-
sico, "La Prensa" prueba espe-
cial para los potros de tres anos
de edad que compiten en a
vieja cancha sabanera. Esta
prueba ser sobre una distan-
cia de 1400 metros y por un
premio de B.2.000.00.
Estn Inscritos aqu: Welsh
Fox (115), Sandwood (115), Wild
Wire (115). Silver Domin (115i,
Gris (120). Carmela II, (115),
Roadmaster (120), Asombro
(120), Ventre A Terre (110),
El,Clsico 4 de Julio
Ayer tambin se cerraron las
inscripciones del Clsico 4 de
Julio, prueba en la cual se en-
frentarn los campeones de la
pista sobre una distancia de
una milla y por un premio de
2.000 balboas.
Estn inscritos aqu: Phoebus
Apollo (128), Main Road (128),
Dictador (119), Pinard (117),
Welsh Loch (117). Rathlin Light
(113), Full (10), Gorsewood
(100) y Montlellto (100).
Italia clasific
en las semifinales
por la Copa Davis
MILAN. Junio 19 (UP).Ita-
|j Seagrams YO.
S WHISKY .ANADENSE
Gcyufo en &xo emundo
mados ya que todos los equipos
han recibo uniformes completos
por parte de la Liga, y no se
justifica la falta de asistencia y
menos que se presenten al des- j otros deportistas,
file sin uniformes. Este desfi-
le partir de la Avenida Central
entre Calles 9 y 10, seguir por
la Calle Once hasta el Estadio
de Coln. Pronto restablecimiento de-
seamos al entusiasta y conoci-
En los encuentros de apertu-1 do deportista Gaspar Honorio
ra jugarn los equipos, deporti-1 Quezada, que se encuentra
vo Centuria Jr. vs. Colegio Abel sufriendo quebrai.tos de salud.
Social Deportiva
kk i (os excesos
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mi
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pero si por haber comido, fumado o bebido demi
en alguna ocasin sufre de excesiva acidez cato-
macal, dolor de cabeza, se encuentra mal, tome
Alka-Selucr al acostarse y si es necesario repita
al levantarse. Ver como se siente mejor.
Alka-Scltzer ca de doble accin alivia pronta-
mente y neutraliza la hiperacidez. No es laxante.
Tatelo a cualquier hora. Una o dos tabletas en
un vaso de agua. Vea como burbujea. Beba la
agradable solucin. Alka-Seltzer le har sentirse
pronto bien. Tenga siempre Alka-Seltzer a mano.
Movidos encuentros
est ofreciendo el
basket de Catedral
Con marcado entusiasmo ini-
ci su contienda la Liga de
Basketball de Catedral, y los
juegos realizados hasta la fe-
cha han resultado movidos, in-
teresantes y reidos, donde to-
dos los equipos estn rindien-
do una satisfactoria labor.
En los encuentros de apertu-
ra el Surex le gan al Mauri-
cio por 38 a 29, y en el segun-
do partido el ptica Sosa ven-
ci al Taller Sonsa por 25 a 24.
La justa prosigui anoche en
el Gimnasio del Maran, don-
de el Jantzen debut con una
victoria sobre el Deportivo Mu-
eca por 33 a 18 y en ti ac-
gundo encuentro el Surex man-
tuvo su invicto con su difcil
triunfo sobre el Taller Souza
por 24 a '23.
Maana mircoles debutarn
los quintetos Don eco y De-
portivo Morris.
('..mire al aohrtrrt 4
un* labkia a tuno*
4ti2S UblMu
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La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
Dragones y El Frente
debutan hoy en el
bisbol de Santa Rita
La contienda de Baseball del
Circuito Mayor de la Liga San-
ta Rita presenta esta tarde en
el Estadio Olmpico el juego
entre los equipos Dragones (ex-
Panamelsta) y Frente Patri-
tico.
Estos dos equipos cumplen hoy
su primer compromiso de la
temporada- y se espera un re-
ido encuentro, ya que cuentan
en sus lineas figuras de gran
porvenir en esta actividad.
Los Drrgones est formado
por los Jugadores que el ano
pasado se coronaron Campeo-
nes del Circuito Menor de es-
ta Liga y el Frente Patritico
est compuesto por peloteros de
la LI?a Distrltorial.
CHICAGO, Junio 19 (UP).El
torpedero venezolano Alfonso
Carrasquel y el jardinero cuba-
no Orestes Mioso ambos de los
Medias Blancas siguen figuran-
do prominentemente en la vo-
tacin para seleccionar el equi-
po de las Estrellas de la Liga
Americana.
Carrasquel y Mioso que ocu-
iaron el primer lugar durante
os primeros das de la en-
cuesta, han pasado a ocupar
el segundo puesto al compu-
tarse los votos depositados por
los fanticos del Este de los
Estados Unidos. Carra s q u e 1
cuenta con 73.462 votos y es su-
perado solamente por Phil Rlc-
zuto de los Yanquis que tiene
75.818. Mioso lder de la Li-
ga Americana en bate con un
promedio de .379 y >-\ carrera
anotadas con 52 y triples con.
nueve, ha obtenido para jardi-
nero izquierdo del equipo 56.311
votos superndole nicamente
Ted Williams de los Medras Ro-
jas que cuenta con 82.772 votos.
Los lderes para las dems po-
siciones en la novena de la Li-
ga Americana son: inlcialista
Eddie Robinson de los Medias
Blancas con 78.164 votos, se-
gunda base Nelson Fox de loa
Medias Blancas con 84.752 an-
tesalista Vern Stephens de loa
Medias Rojas con 72.206, jar-
dinero derecho Billy Goodman
de los Medias Rojas con 71.553,
jardinero central Don DIMaggio
de los Medias Rojas con 71.553 vj
y receptor Yogi Berra de los
Yanquis con 69.102. ,
El primer puesto en la vota-
cin para seleccionar el equi-
po de la Liga Nacional Jo ocu-
pan el iniciallsta Ralph Kiner
de los Piratas con 69.5.18; se-1
f;unda base Jackie Robinson de
os Dodgers con 81.986 votos,
antesallsta Bob Elliot de los
Bravos con 74.058, torpedero AI-
vln Dark de los Gigantes con
67.397, jardinero derecho Frank
Baumboltz de los Cachorros con
66.474.
Excelente demostracin de basket ofrecieron
en Stgo. de Chile los Trotamundos de Harlem
PARA UN ASPECTO
MS SANO Y JUVENIL
Una nueva y admirabl crema di afeitai
ue ayuda a conservar al aspecto
agradable y juvenil de la pial
Ahorapor primera vezse ha
elaborado una crema de afeitai
q ue es rea Imente buena para la piel
Esta nueva frmula le permite a
usted afeitadas a ras de piel, nti-
das ... y sin irritacin!
Maravillte Ingrediente
La nueva Crema de Afeitar William
contiene Extracto de Lanolinare-
ciente descubrimiento cientfico con
mayores propiedades "benficas'
para U piel que la lanolina corriente
Seto en WILLIAMS
Ahoracada vez que usted se afeita
con Crema de Afeitar Williams dis-
frute de esta mar villoaa substancia
y adems ... usted obtiene una afei-
tada mas nitida, mejor. Use Williams
la nica crema de afeitar que conttem
Extracto de Lanolina.
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Junio
(Por QA. Rolla). Extraor-
dinarias resultaron las dos ex-
hibiciones de basketbol que o-
frecleron en esta ciudad los
jugadores norteamericanos del
All Star y los Globetrotters de
Harlem, especialmente en el se-
gundo partido, donde el nume-
roso pblico que asisti llen en
su totalidad el Coliseo Caupo-
llcn. saliendo satisfecho del
magnfico y original espectcu-
lo que presentaron estos artis-
tas del baloncesto, donde de-
mostraron gran agilidad, ex-
celente vista, destreza incom-
parable y una habilidad ex-
cepcional.
Distintas y e x t raordinarias
jugadas ofrecieron estos anas-
teros, demostrando el adelanto
de este deporte en los Estados
Unidos, particularmente los
Trotamundos de Harlem, que
hacen toda clase de prueba con
la bola y realizan pases, ata-
ques y defensas en forma ex-
traordinaria.
Uno de los nmeros fue una
parodia del baseball que gust
mucho. Se destac el Jugador
moreno Cumberland, con el No.
52, cuyo dominio de la pelota
es asombroso.
Entre los nmeros que se pre-
sentaron, est el del Jugador
Lavell, capitn del All Star, que
con su acorden deleit a la
concurrencia con piezas musi-
cales. Otro Jugador, Tom Par-
son, ofreci una demostracin
de malabarismo con varios bas-
tones y despus con un cuchillo.
La recaudacin en esta fun-,
cin fue extraordinaria y subi,
a unos 471,650 pesos chilenos,
que en dlares considerando el
cambio de la bolsa negra es de
unos $5.895, agregando que la,
poblacin de esta ciudad pue-
de pasar de un milln de habi-
tantes. ,i
Desde boy la Liga
Provincial de Ftbol
sesionar los martes
La Liga Provincial de Ftbol
de Panam decidi en su pa-
sada reunin cambiar los das
de sesin d: los Jueves a los
martes, comenzando desde esta
noche a las 7 y 45 en el Saln
de Costumbre, altos del Alma-
cn 5 y 10 Centavos.
Despus de varias considera,
clones de fuerza mayor y el be-
neficio que resultar efectuan-
do las sesiones los martes, sa
opt con la aprobacin de los
directores y representantes de,
equipos cambiar el da de reu-
niones, y se pide a todos loa
interesados la puntual asisten-
cia esta noche en el lugar y
hora de costumbre.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN
e
pon mayor potencia motrizdecdase por
CHAMPION
"La experiencia me Ka entenado que lo* camiones de
mayor fuerza motril rinden las mayor** Baando,*'
cribe j. B. BENATAR. Salisbury, Rodala del Sur,
Africa. "Paro obtener ota potencio mxima, reinstalo
en nuestros camiones un luego de nuevas Champion
coda 15.00 kilmetros. Y lo mejor es que en realidad
no me cuestan nada, ya aue he descubierto
gue las nuevas Champion se pagan por si
mismas con el combustible que ahorran.'-'
rVedilactas del mundo ntoro
por mas d un cuarto d*> siglo