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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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01146
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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tulations of President Alclblades Arosemena at the close of last night's concert In which she
won the applause and hearts of a capacity audience. Seated In the front row Is Mrs. Arose-
mena. Behind H5r la Colonel O. 8. Wood, USA, retired, the house guest of Lt. Oen. William
H. H. Morris, Jr., and beside him, in darker suit, Rear Admiral A. M. Bledsoe, Commandant,
15th Naval District-
ECUADORIAN PRESIDENT Galo Plaza Is shown lust before take-off time as he and his party
were ready to board the Constellation sent do wn from the States to transport them to Key
West, Florida, en route to Washington. .Left to right are Brig. General Emil C. Kiel, CO,
Caribbean Air Command, Lt. General Wm. H. H. Morris. Jr., C. in C, Caribbean Command, Pre-
sident Plaza, Paul Daniels, U. 8. Ambassador to Ecuador, accompanying Plaza, and Sixto E.
Duran-Ballen, Ambassador from Ecuador to Pa hama.______________________________________
Govt. Employes 1, Douglas 0
Federal employes won their
first reprieve from Senator Doug-
las' annual attack on annual and
sick leave, according to word re-
ceived from Walter Wagner, the
Central Labor Union and Metal
Trades Council's Legislative Rep-
resentative In Washington.
Senator Douglas' attack was in
the form>of an amendment to the
Labor Department-Federal Secu-
rity Agency Appropriation Bill.
This is the first fiscal year ap-
propriation bill to reach the Sen-
ate floor this year. Had the a-
mendment been accepted it would
i Indicate that the Senate would
also accept a similar amendment
to all appropriation bills.
This amendment reads, "That
no part of any appropriation con-
tained in this act shall be used
for the payment of remuneration
for annual sick leave of classified
or Wage Board employes In ex-
cess of 20 days of annual leave
per year or 12 days of sick leave
per year."
During debate on the amend-
ment In answer to a question by
Senator Ferguson, Senator Doug-
las replied, "The proposal I am
asking would apply only to the
pending appropriation bill. How-
ever, it is my intention to offer
similar amendments to every ap-
propriation bill."
Later In the discussion. Sena-
tor Douglas stated, "I have grown
tired of waiting for permanent
legislation to come from the com-
mittee. I have been waiting for j
the Government to take a stand
on this issue. I would like to be- !
gin here and now, and not be i
paid off with promises upon some :
conjectural future.''
la answer to a question as to'
whether the employe must take
his leave annually or whether it
could be accrued, Senator Doug-
las stated, "I am not addressing
my amendment to the question
of whether a government em-
ploye must take his leave In a
given year. I am addressing my
amendment to the point that I
believe the present total amount
of leave Is excessive whether it be
Little League
Drive Nets $603
On First Day
The Pacific Little League's
drive, which opened yester-
day, netted a total of St>03.-
12. The league has set a goal
of 5,e00 to send the Canal
Zone champs to the U.S.A.
to compete in the national
tournament which starts
late in July.
Yesterday's contributions
were headed by the Seymour
Agency, with a $100 dona-
tion, and the Sears Agency,
which contributed $50 plus
uniforms for the team.
However, the greater part
of the receipts were collect-
ed from Panama Canal-
Railroad employes.
Solicitors assigned to the
Balboa Clubhouse and the.
par office and the pay car
at the Balboa Railroad Sta-
tion received donations to-
talling S453.12.
Contributions are being
accepted by THE PANAMA
AMERICAN for the Little
League Fund. ______
taken or stored up for the future,
and that we should reduce it."
Senator Johnston of South Ca-
rolina raised a point of order
against the amendment as he be-
lieved it was legislation on an
appropriation bill. Senator Doug-
las replied, "Mr. President, the
amendment provides that no
funds shall be paid for annual
leave in excess of 20 days. Gov-
ernment workers could take ad-
ditional annual leave at their
own expense, If they wished to do
so. The amendment would not
prevent them from doing that,
but would merely' bar the appro-
priation and expenditure of pub-
lic funds for annual leave in ex-
cess of 20 days."
A roll call vote was requested
on the amendment, and the a-
mendmenUlost by 1 vote. 35 Sen-
ators answered In favor of the
amendment, and 36 Senators an-
swered against the amendment.
Walter Wagner reports that
there is a lot of work to be done
on the Leave question this year
and this narrow vote of 35 to 36
indicates that the committee may
report out a leave cutting bill
soon. He is doing everything pos-
sible to exclude the Canal Zone
from any leave cutting legisla-
Teheran Situation Critical
_ i
As Negotiators Walk Out
US Fighters Hit
10 Enemy Planes
TOKYO, June 20 (UP) United States fighters des-
troyed or damaged 10 Communist planes today in the
fourth and biggest air battle over northern Korea in as
many days.
More than 100 5th Air Force and Communist planes
tangled over Sonchon, 35 miles below the Manchurian
21-Gun Salute
Awaits Ecuador
Chief In US
Ecuadorian President Galo
Plaza who. yesterday made an
unscheduled landing at Albrook
President Truman's plane,
fr "Independence," will be
-ted by the President and
the rest of official Washington
when he arrives this afternoon
at National Airport aboard a
United SUtes Air Force. Con-
stellation at 2 o'clock.
This was the first time-that
President Truman's plane had
ever encountered trouble of any
kind during Its entire service.
While engine repairs were being
made at Albrook, a United
States Air Force Constellation
was rushed from Boiling Field,
Washington, to get Galo Plaza
and his party to Washington to-
A twenty-one gun salute. Na-
vy Band music, and a drive
through Washington streets lin-
ed with United. States service-
men and government workers
who got time off to watch, were
part of the official greeting to
be extended to Galo Plaza. He
will be feted In Washington for
four days before he takes off
for New York Sunday.
Galo Plaza arrived at Key
West at 6:35 this morning where
he and his party of Ecuadorian
officials were greeted by Rear
Admiral Robert L. Dennison,
Truman's Naval Aide who will
accompany the party to Wash-
ington. Galo Plaza proceeded to
the Naval Station where he In-
spected the Marine Guard, and
then to Truman's "Little White
House" for breakfast, where he
remained until take-off time on
General George Marshall's plane,
the "Dewdrop."
The Ecuadorian Chief Execu-
tive, who is travelling to Wash-
ington on a state visit, was
accompanied by his wife, a par-
ty of high Ecuadorian officials,
and Brigadier General Robert
B. Landry, President Truman's
aide who requested an Air Force
Constellation be dispatched from
Washington yesterday afternoon.
During their brief stay at Al-
brook, the party were entertain-
ed at the Albrook Officer's Club,
where Spanish-speaking aides
were immediately assigned to
the visiting officers.
Social Work Teacher
Headed For Panama
Federal Security Agency an-
nounced the departure for Pa-
nama today of Miss Thomaslne
Hendricks of the Burc u of Pi t -
lie Assltance. Social Security
Administration. _. ...,.
Officer To Leave
June 24 For Ala.
Colonel Worth L. Kindred, In-
formation Officer for the US-
ARCARIB since August 1948.
will leave Sunday, Jupe 24 for
his new station at the Air Uni-
versity, Maxwell Field, Alaba-
It was learned today that
Major Frank K. Tourtellotte,
Information and Education Of-
ficer will be the Acting Infor-
mation Officer.
Col. Kindred will be guest of
honor Friday at a Despedida to
be given by members of the lo-
eal press and public informa-
tion officers of the entire com-
mand, at the Army-Navy Club.
Upon his departure, Col. Kin-
dred will be accompanied by
his wife, E'rwheth and their
eight-month old daughter. _
Thre Communist propeller-
driven planes were shot down
and four Jet fighters damaged
In the swirling doflghts.
No Allied losses are reported.
This United States victory
boosted Red losses In four days
of challenging Allied air supre-
macy over Korea to nine planes
destroyed, one probably destroy-
ed and 16 damaged.
The latest battle was touched
off by a low-level sweep over
northwest Korea by 24 United
States Mustang fighters, with 32
Sabre Jet fighters flying top
Over Sonchon they ran into
five Communist IL-2 attack
(Continued on Page 6. Col. I)
Lodestar Was Safe
In Mxico During
Albrook Search
MEXICO. DT., June 20. (UP)
The missing C-60 Lodestar air-
plane which allegedly disappear-
ed In flight from Havana, Cuba
to Costa Rica was found to have
been In a hangar In this city dur-
ing the entire period of search.
Airport authorities here stated
that the airplane arrived last
Saturday and left Monday to
Houston, Texas, piloted by an
American, D. Shenkel. The
plane has not yet returned from
The change In Its schedule
could not be explained.
When the authorities in Hava-
na lost contact with the Lode-
star Saturday they Immediately
notified the Panama Canal
Zone and an Intense air search
was Instituted by United States
airplanes, covering a wide area
as far as Nicaragua.
The Navy and Air Force of Cu-
ba had also initiated a search
over the entire island, without
According to a statement made
by the Control Tower operator of
the Havana airport, he lost con-
tact with the Shenkel's Lodestar
as soon as lt took off.
It has not been possible to dis-
cover why the plane lost contact
with the Havana tower, nor why
lt changed Its route without no-
Hope For End
Of CIO Tieup
NEW YORK, June 20 (UP)
United States east and west
coast shipowners today looked'for
a quick settlement of the five-
day maritime strike as they rea-
died a new and secret package
offer for the three striking CIO
Hints that the shippers hoped
their concessions to the National
Maritime Unin, the American
Radio Association and the Ma-
rine Engineers Beneficial Asso-
ciation would be accepted were
given by the owners to two luxu-
ry liners.
The American Export Line an-
nounced its Constitution would
be prepared to sail tomorrow on
its maiden voyage from New
York to Naples with 900 passen-
On the west coast the Mataon
Line said it would load 700 pas-
sengers aboard the Lurllne unless
lt was convinced no agreement
could be reached with the radio-
men before sailing time.
Strikes that kept ships at the
docks and airplanes on the run-
ways have disrupted travel plans
of thousands of Americans.
But Detroit residents, for the
first time hi 60 days, were able
Sesterday to take streetcar and
us rides..
The strike of the maritime un-
ions sent would-be tourists scur-
rying for tickets on foreign
Trans-Atlantic airliners. It was
like trying to get a ticket'to a
Broadway smash musical.
A strike of 900 United Air lines
pilots and co-pilots forced UAL
ticket-holders to search for oth-
er means of transportation. The
line carries an average of 7,200
passengers a day.
The UAL strike grounded the
president pf the line, W. A. Pat-
terson. He was stranded at Port-
land, Ore., and thought he would
have to take a plane from a rival
air lineor maybe even a train!
back to his Chicago headquar-
ters. But a DC-6 piloted by a fel-
low executive "rescued" him.
In other cities along the line's
13,250-mile route, anxious trav-
elers swamped switchboards with
inquiries about alternate trans-
Information clerks at New
York's overseas airlines offices
had a different kind of problem.
They had to keep saying no to
wistful requests from school
teachers and other summer tour-
ists who wanted airline space to
Europe. '
Workers and shoppers In De-
troit yesterday were glad to be
rid of the necessity of hitch-hik-
ing and many had smiles for the
bus drivers and streetcar opera-
tors who had been on strike since
April 21.
"That's the longest wait I ever
had for a bus," said office worker
Thomas P. CHara and he climb-
ed aboard one.
LONDON, June 20 (UP) Foreign Minister Herbert
Morrison told a tense session of the House of Commons
here today that Britain has ordered its delegation of
oil negotiators home from Iran after only one day of talks
with the Iranian Government.
In Teheran it was revealed the Iranian Government
has issued orders for the take over of the production, re-
fining and sale of the produce of the great British-develop-
ed oilfields.
Morrison repeated that Britain would move in
forcefully if law and order were not maintained in the
oilfields, and if the lives of British nationals become
Field Marshal Sir William
Slim. Chief of the Imperial
General Staff, this morning at-
I tended a meeting of British cab-
! lnet ministers on the Iranian si-
In Washington Secretary of
State Dean Acheson described
the situation as critical. He said
he hoped the Teheran govern-
ment would reconsider Its ac-
tion In breaking off negotia-
He had hoped and believed
the British offer of a substan-
tial cash advance pending a
working agreement would have
formed a basis for some sort of
settlement between the two par-
After the only- meeting be-
tween the British and Iranian
negotiators in Teheran the Iran-
ian government formally an-
nounced lt was taking over the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company's
property "because the former
company did not accede to the
demands of the Iranian delega-
tion, and made a proposal which
was contrary to the oil nation-
alization law."
Britain offered Iran $28.000.000
cash and $8,400,000 a month till
a formal settlement was reach-
Iran" had demanded 75 per
cent of oil company's revenue
since March 20 the day the Ira-
nian Parliament legislated the
nationalization of the oil Indus-
tryor it would take over the
company's Abadan refinery, big-
gest in the world.
The Iranian Embassy in Lon-
don said the situation In Iran was
completely normal, and any re-
ports of explosive tension In the
Abadan area were "tendenclous
and without foundation."
Youthful Bicycle
Thieves Draw
30-Day Sentences
Two boys from La Boca, Ken-
neth Brathwalte, 15, and Iyan
Jerome, 16 were sentenced to 30
days each for bicycle thefts dur-
ing the afternoon session yester-
day of the Balboa Magistrales
Although two charges were fil-
ed, the second charge was sus-
pended for one year, and the
boys were sentenced on the first
bicycle theft charge.
The thefts, occurred from Jan-
uary to the present.
The Balboa Police state that
they now have many bicycle I
parts which may be claimed by i
owners upon Identification at
the station.
Civilian AAAP
Over 300 Goal
In 1st Week
Registration In the US Army
Caribbean's Civilian Antl-Alr-
craft Program reached the 300
mark yesterday moiiiing which
was the quota set at the begin-
ning of the week-long enroll-
ment period.
Although the desired number
has been reached and the of-
ficial application booths manned
by the VPW and the American
Legion will no longer be preser.s
In the clubhouses and commis-
saries appllactions are still be-
ing accepted. Anyone wishing to
sign up may do so by calling the>
Civil Defense Office or filling
out an application blank ob-
tainable at any of the clubhouses
o> commissaries in Balboa, An-
cua. Diablo and Curundu.
Official returns from Division
heads of The Panama Canui
have not been completed and 16
is expected that this source will
swell the total number, oen-;
After the registration has bead
declared officially closed, the en-
rollment forms will be turned
over to the officer In charge o
the Test Program. Lt. Col. John
T. Browne, Operations Officer
of the 65th AAA Group wh,*M
supervise the screening and as-
Gala Golf Club
Party Is Friday
The Panama Golf Club's sm-
per-duper, extra special regu-
lar monthly cocktail party ana
dance is set for this Friday.
The cocktails and canapes
are from 6:30 to 8 and the
dancing continues on. The mu-
sic Is right from the start.
And this Is just a reminder:
everything Is free.
If you're not a member be a
guest of one.
See you there.
TV Sets, Watches, Cases of Liquor ;
Given All Employes In 1 US Agency
Comptroller General Lindsay C.
Warren revealed today that every
employe in one government of-
fice accepted television sets,
cases of liquor and other gifts
from firms doing business with
Spokesmen for Warren's Gen-
eral Accounting office said later
the agency was the Washington
office of the Federal Housing Ad-
ministration, which handles Gov-
ernment insurance on home
loans in the area of the national
Warren made the disclosure,
without naming the agency, at
the opening hearing of a Senate
subcommltte investigating mor-
ality. Warren said the head of
the agency, when informed of the
situation, forced the employes to
return all gifts they had left and
took "strong" measures to pre-
vent any repetition.
The spokesman said the gifts
were made ometlme around
Christmas, 1949, but the situation
was not discovered until "some
months" later.
Warren said the case came to
light when a GAO official "over-
heard a chance remark about
agency employes receiving gifts
from firms doing business with
the agency."
He said the agency head, upon
investigation, found "that in one
regional office every employe had
received gifts; they ranged from
television sets, cases of liquor and
watches to" hosiery."
"The employes seemed to
think this to be their inalien-
able right, a perquisite of their
Job," Warren said.
The GAO spokesman said the
officials who cleaned up the sit-
uation were administrator Ray-
mond M. Foley of the housing
and home finance agency and
FHA commissioner Franklin D.
Richards, whose agency is under
Foley's Jurisdiction.
Warren assailed "shocking" re-
lations between government offi-
cials and business representatives
during Werld War II. He cited ex-
amples of contracting officers
"fraternizing" with contractors
In "golfing, dining and wining"
during the war, and "certain
Army and Navy officers" who
"used the uniform to feather
their nests."
He said the nation Is now en-
tering another defense spending
era and "cannot afford... anoth-
er spree of waste, profligacy and
utter disregard for the public In-
Warren said he had net
thought an official moral code
would work, but the disclosures
of the war and postwar period
have made him "more rece-
tlve" to the idea. He favored a
code composed of "a little old-
fashioned common honesty,
decency and fair dealing."
Warren, whose agency Is often
called the "Watchdog of the
Treasury" because its Job is to
check government spending and
report to Congress, made these
specific proposals for tightening
government honesty:
1. Strengthen criminal laws on
bribery of government officials to
avoid loopholes "now existing.-*
2. Give "serious consideration"
to a proposal by Sen. Paul Doug-
las. D., 111., for an absolute two-
year ban on private employment
of a government official who
dealt with claims of that concern
while in office.
3. Consider whether business-
men coming Into government
should be disqualified from han-
dling federal business with firms
that employed them in the past
two years.
4. All federal employes should
be strictly forbidden to accept
any gifts from those doing busi-
ness with the government, and
outsiders should be barred from
making gifts.
5. Strengthening of an 1872
law forbidding former govern-
ment employes for two years
from prosecuting claims against
the government if the claims
were pending before they left
federal employ.
"A few rotten apples may not
contaminate the whole barrel,
but they certainly can make It
smelL" Warren concluded.

Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
U.S. Fiador Knot............................. .June 18
S.S. Chlriqni ...................................June 25
S.S. Manaqui ..................................July 1
S.S. Chiriqui...................................July 9
(Handlta Refrlferated Chilled and Gnerl Cargo)
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................June 23
S.S. Cape Cumberland..........................Julv 1
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 1
S.S. Cape Ann .................................July 15
Weakly Sailing* lo New York. Loe Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle
Occasional Sailings to New Orleans and Mobile
(The Steamers In this service are limited to twelve passengers)
Frequent Freight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via g ..
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 26
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................July 10
Shipping & AirLine News
85. "8ANTA MARGARITA" ......Due Cristbal, June 20th
8.8. "SANTA LUI8A" .............Due Cristbal, June 27th
S.S. "SANTA MARIA"........
8.8. "SANTA BARBARA" ....
.....Sails Cristbal, June 25th
.....8alls Cristbal, July 2nd
8.8. "SANTA ADELA"' ........
Due Balboa, June 20th
----Due Balboa, June 20th
S.8. "ANCHOR HITCH" ..........Sails Cristbal, June 28th
Balboa Only.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panama 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507-2159
BOAC Inaugurates
"The Bermudlan"
with Constellations
"The Bermudlan," a BOAC
service between the U.S.A. and
Bermuda, made its Inaugural
flight, from New York early this
Operated with Constellation
airliners three times a week In
each direction, this new service
marks, a resumption of New York,
Bermuda flights suspended In
March, 1950. Thus BOAC now
has a triangular operational pat-
tern between New York. Nassau
(Bahamas) and Bermuda, pro-
viding dollar-spending passen-
gers with easy travel between
these points. Already BOAC op-
erate thrice weekly flights be-
tween New York and Nassau and
twice weekly between Nassau and
Designed specifically to appeal
to week-end traffic between the
United States and Britain's old-
est self-governing colony of Ber-
muda, the new service leaves New
York on Fridays, Saturdays and
Sundays; return services are on
Saturdays. Sundays and Mon-
days. Flight time from New York
to Bermuda is 3 1-4 hours.
Branif f Visitors
Donald C. Qrefe. Branlffs Pa-
nama and Ecuador Manager,
William E. Taylor, of the Dallas
Administrative Branch and Pe-
dro Diaz, District Sales Manager
will arrive tomorrow morning on
Branlffs Flight 602. They had
been attending a Sales Confer-
ence at Lima, Peru.
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Faltering Philip!
Philip's Ule Is filled with bruises.
Well-worn steps and rags be uses
pairs would leave ills home like new. N^__
P. A Classifieds. )att the right due!
Nobody has ever accused my
Aunt Tillle of being a good bridge
player, but sometimes I think she
has been underrated. The other
night I saw a hand that brought
my aunt very clearly to mind.
The play was a long, bitter
struggle. West opened the Jack of
hearts, dummy played low, and
East took his ace. He returned a
heart, and South won with the
South led a trump hopefully,
but East showed out and there
was no balm in Ollead. Declarer
abandoned trumps to tackle the
clubs and West ruffed on the
third round. West then returned
a diamond to make dummy ruff.
The play see-sawed In this way
for a while, and South wound up
with only nine tricks, for a loss
of 500 points. Maybe he could
have saved a trick by some weird
maneuver, but I doubt it. The
trouble lay in the bidding rather
than in the play.
North and East were innocent
enough, but South and West
really outdid themselves In In-
venting horrible bids. I will leave
It to the reader to choose the
chief criminal.
South was justified In bidding
one spade and probably also in
passing five diamonds, when
North then bid five spades. South
should have considered a run-
out to six clubs. Obviously East
had a big red two-suited, and
Just as obviously North had a big
black two-suiter. The spades
were almost surely 4-4. and a bad
trump break would be fatal.
When West doubled, South's
worst fears should have been
confirmed. He should have run
to six clubs with a grateful bow
to West for the warning.
Do you think, therefore, that
South was the criminal for fall-
ing to bid six clubs? If so, what
do you think of West's double?
West had the enemy lashed to
the mast at five spade?. He had
no defense against six clubs.
Even my good aunt doesn't dou-
ble in a spot like that.
Cristobal Sailing
Friday with 173
The S. S. Panama is scheduled
to leave Cristobal Friday with a
load of 173 passengers, according
to the advance passenger list
from the Panama Line offices at
Balboa Heights.
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Agee
and daughter; Cloyd H. Appleby;
Rev. Henry L. Bell; Col. John
W. Bowen and daughter; Miss
Marie V. Brauer; Mr. and Mrs.
Leland Brooks and son; Miss
Evelyn Bugg; Leonard E. Case;
Constant W. Chase, Jr.. and son;
Edward M. Cherry; Mrs. Alice M.
Clark; Miss Margaret Clark; Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn E. Cottrell; Mr.
and Mrs. Edward F. Culver-
house; and William C. Cum-
Mrs. Jean D. Daly and daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis
and two children; Mrs. Florence
Denson; Wilbur J. Dockery; Mr.
and Mrs. Frank A. Dorsech and
three children; Miss Patricia
Downey; Daniel M. Eggleston;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Fanuccl;
Rev. and Mrs. Raymond T Fer-
ris and daughter; Rene P.
Feullle; David F. Fore; Dr. and
Mrs. Augustus H. Foster. Jr.; and
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Full1
Miss Anna Goldberg; Dr. and
Mrs. Theodore K. Graham and
son; Miss Eleanor L. Graham;
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Hamil-
ton and two children; Lee D.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Haste
and daughter; Mrs. Melba M.
Heintz; Miss BorghlldL. Hermo;
Mrs. Loma K. Hermo; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert J. Herzog and two
children; George Hill, Jr.: Mrs.
Betty M. Hill and two children;
and Mrs. Lois c. Ice.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas liarla and
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and Mrs. Clarence C. Jeter and
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Mr. and Mrs. James Lamb and
daughter; and Mrs. Gertrude K.
Mrs. Betty Lou Marshall and
two children; Robert B. Mcll-
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Mrs. Henrietta M. Moon; and
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David B. Porter; Dr. and Mrs.
Howard C. Pritham; and three
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Rouse.
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New Age And Deferment Limits
Extend Long Reach Of Draft
WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP) While the registra-
tion age stays at 18 under the new draft law signed by
President Truman yesterday. Congressional experts believe
it will be months or even years before any registrant under
19 is inducted. .
The new law sets induction age limits at 18 Vi
through 25, as opposed to 19 through 25 under the pre-
sent law. But each local draft board first must call all
available men 19 and over.
The measure that became law yesterday provides the
framework for the United States' first peacetime Univer-
sal Military Training program.
It also drastically tightens up
deferments for an estimated 385,-
000 registrants 19 through 25 and
will subject another 2,424.ooo
men to possible military service
until they reach 35.
If and when UMT goes into ef-
fect, all men will be called at age
18 lor six months training. The
program can not be started untu
the need for the draft Is past.
Mr. Truman signed the bill at
a White House ceremony attend-
ed by Defense Secretary George
C. Marshall, Draft Director Lewis
B. Hershey, Earle Copke, Jr., na-
tional commander of the Ameri-
can Legion, and ranking mem-
bers of the House and Senate
Armed Services Committees.
Marshall said in a statement
that the new law provides an en-
during base" for America's de-
fense structure and amounts to
notification to the world that
this nation Intends to remain
My visit to the Far East bat-
tle area has left me more firmly
convinced than ever that our best
hope for restoring peace lies in
convincing the Communist forces
of Russia and her satellites that
trrey cannot win," he said.
Marshall said the UMT pro-
vision will enable the United
States to remain strong with-
out wrecking the economy "no
matter how long the present
world tension may continue."
He later told a National War
College graduating class that
some Congressmen are trying
to "stymie" UMT but voiced
confidence they will (.ail.
The new law extends the cur-
rent 21-month draft term to two
years and provides that organ-
ized reservists and National
Guardsmen, who have been or
may be called to active duty, also
must serve 24 months Instead of4
Veterans of World War II, how-
ever, who have been called back
, to duty from the inactive reserve
since Korea are guaranteed the
right to get out after, 17 months
Married men without chil-
dren and with no dependents
other than wives will be the
first to feel the effects of the
tightened-up draft law. They
lose their A-3 status although
they may seek deferments on
other grounds.
Under the new law, no regis- Office,
trants shall be deferred for de- ]
Quartermaster, Finance, AG,
Engineers Now 176 Years Old
deferred for Job and school, 90,-
000 deferred for farming, and
about 1,100.000 4-F's. Men defer-
red In the future also will fall in-
to this group.
The Pentagon wanted a UMT
program which would go Into ef-
fect automatically whenever it
was possible to halt the draft.
But Congress compromised on a
stand-by program, requiring spe-
cific approval by Congress later1
Under the law Mr. Truman is
authorized to appoint a five-man
National Security Training Com-
mission, which eventually would
exercise general supervision over
the UMT program and which im-
mediately would draw up plans
for submission to Congress with-
in four months.
Although Congress must con-
sider the' Commission recom-
mendations, the program cannot
start until Congress has enacted
three pieces of legislationa code
of conduct for the trainees (the
equivalent of the Articles of War
for men in service i, death and
disability provisions, and at least
one other recommendation of the
The draft now is extended
until July 1,1955, instead -f ex-
piring July 9. There Is no ter-
mination date set for the VV*
Men would serve either active-
ly or in the Reserves a total of
eight years, both under the draft
and UMT programs. This would
mean six years in the Reserves
for men drafted for two years ac-
tive duty, and seven-and-a-half
years for trainees after six
months UMT duty.
Canal Confirms
Tolls Won't Rise
For The Present1
Confirmation of the news that
Panama Canal tolls will not be
Control Center put classroom theories Into practice on a re-
centfield trip on Calibre Island, under the supervision of
Mai E G Halllgan. Working on the assumption that an
atom bomb had been dropped and armed with Oelger count-
ers and maps of the area, the een students set out to find
previously hidden radium, and to determine the extent or
the contaminated region. Above. Doris Chan, left and Ruth
MacArthur right both of the Schools Division, check their
nnamg!? with T/Sg? Walter Taylor, of the Disaster Control
Center. (US Army photo)__________________
Two days after the United
SUtes Army was created, the
Quartermaster. Finance Engin-
eer, and Adjutant General De-
partments were organized, June
18. 1775. The original duties as
outlined by the Continental Con-
gress more than 176 years ago,
are today's basic traditions of the
same departments.
The Adjutant General was or-
dered to record all Army activi-
ties or transactions, and main-
tain the records in a safe place.
During the early years of the Re-
volutionary War, one horse
drawn wagon was large enough
to transport all records of the
Continental Army. By the end of
World War I, the Adjutant Gen-
eral was caring for the records of
over 24.000,000 men, plus a moun-
tain of accumulated data from
the overseas operation. Today all
public correspondence v1 h ''e
Army Is carried through the Ad-
jutant General's < of flee. Records
of personnel actions, 'he Armv-
Alr Force postal system, naming
and location of pasts. admlsMons
to the United States Military
Academy, and all prisoners are
under the administration of the
Adjutant General.
The "Pay Department" was
originally created to serve the
Continental Army, and provided
insignia and tradition for the
present day Finance Corps. At
the peak of World War II. this
department mailed over 8,000,000
Britain Announces Check
On Trade With Red China
maintenance of the Air Force in-
stallations. Flood control pro-
jects, canal and river dredging,
preparation and printing of;
maps, and engineering services
for other governmental agencies
are often a part of this depart- |
rr.ent's work. So successful is the
Corps, that by 1861 the Army was
able to build overnight, the I
world's longest (200 foot pon-
toon bridge. During World Wir |
II, the Engineers built and oper-
ated enough railroads to stretch
from New York to Tokyo.
Even though by organization
and direction, The Fip anee
Corps, the Adjutant General and
the Corps of Engineers are not
primarily combat units; there is
no doubt as to their valuable
work. They are all important In
the efficient operation of the
United 8tates Army, which was
created to serve the nation in war
and peace.,
New Gorgas Interns
To Begin Training
July 1 As 19 Leave
The annual June and July
turnover of interns and residents
at Gorgas Hospital Is now under-
Seventeen new interns will
start training about July 1 and
19 are leaving after completing
checks every month, to soldiers | internship training. Five others
LONDON. June 20 (UP)
Britain ordered strict licensing
control of all exports to China
and Hong Kong yesterday to
keep strategic war materials out
of the hands of Communist
formitv with the U. N. General
Assembly's call for such an em-
bargo. s
Replies from a total of eight
countries that are adhering to
the U. N. request for much ac-
tion have how been made public.
forces in Korea. ^. i ~r"" nthp imir are the United
nounced in the House of Com- nes,B-
mons that the controls would
become effective June 25.
The controls apply to every
Other replies have been re-
ceived but have not been pub-
?* iZT/Zd of Trade i llshed here by the U. N. Secre-
affonwTho^bfnon-mUltary i taria, All member governments
use, such as sewing machines
pendency of wife alone, except In
case of extreme hardship. Con-
gressional experts estimated that
235.000 men now deferred will be
re-classlfled 1-A' under this pro-
Another new provision lower-
ing the passing score on the Ar-
my's induction test from 70 to 85
will bring an estimated 150,000
present and potential 4-Fs.
The law also fixed physical
standards at the lowest levels of
World War II, but few 4-F's will
be caught by this since standards
for example, would be granted
export licenses.
Shawcross urged Hong Kong
to tighten the economic em-
bargo on goods to China by
. adoptlns; rigid Import controls.
.Increased for the present as a Quantities of materials such as
result ol the formation of the rubber were said to be reaching
new Panama Canal Company Communist China through devi-
on July 1 was received Tuesday ous Communist channels fun-
aiternoon at Balboa Heights. neling through Hong Kong.
1 from the Canal's Washington Rubber has been under a rigid
but Informal embargo for some
time after Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur charged that China was
Importing British rubber from
Hong Kong. Copper was put on
a similar rating some time ago.
a Board or Trade spokesman
Official records showed that
in the year o fthe Korean war
Britain exported goods of vari-
ous tvpes to China valued at
more than $11.000.000.-
Shawcross told the Commons
that the Government's action I
resulted from a United Nations
resolution May 18 recommend-
The decision on tolls was one
ot several actions taken by the
Board of Directors of the Pan-
ama Railroad Company at its
meeting held Monday in Wash-
ington, D. C. It was the last
meeting of the Board until the
formation of the new company
embracing all Canal and Rail-
road activities with the except-
ion of civil government and
public health functions which
will be constituted in the Canal
Zone Government.
ur cBugni, oy mis since standards; i |nB an ambareo on strateelc
already are about at the mini- By-laws for the new Panama ln* *n."^y"0 0n straieg,c
mum. i Canal Company were adopted'8 Meanwhile ir New York the
An additional 2,424.000 men Iat the meeting. Among other, ^"tLi"announced Bra-
, who are now deferred will be provisions, the by-laws provided ^ cu_a The Netherlands
liable for .military service until for the selection of an Execu- * the Republic of'nnaar*!
they attain 35. Formerly thev tlve Committee and a Chair- nrpVpntini the shinment of*
could fonret the draft" when man of the Board.The selection S^T ammunition and taple-
they reached 26. lot personnel for these positions
Included are 1,137,000 men de- was not announced in the mes-
ferred for family reasons, 197^0001 sage received Tuesday.
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ments of war to Communist
China and North Korea, In con-
were asked to notify the United
Nations by Monday of action
taken on the request.
Austin Sports Car
Ahead Of Schedule
On World Circuit
NEW YORK. June 20, (LPS)
Britain's Festival car. a standard
Austin 11 HP. sports model,
which set off from Britain to eo
round the world in 30 days, with
air hops over intervening seas,
arrived in New York so far ahead
of schedule that Its "round the
world'' time will be hearer three
The two drivers who in four
days brought the car nearly 3,-
000 miles across the U.S. from
Los Angeles were met by a police
escort In New York and convoyed
behind screaming sirens.
The white car was stained with
the road dust of three continente,
but showed no other signs of Its
Journey. It had travelled more
than 20,000 miles by road and air
beating Its schedule all the way.
The journey has been made so
far without'a single hitch. There
has been only three punctures,
two "toppings up" for the radla-
dependents. In addition, the Fin-
ance Corps renders finance serv-
ice to the Air Force, sells savings
bonds, handles payroll deduc-
tions, is the Army Paymaster and
operates a separata Audit Agen-
cy to Inspect financial transac-
tions of the Army.
Unique In the military organi-
zation is the Corps of Engineers,
whose work Is as much civil as
military. The Continental Con-
gress hired a 'Chief Engineer'
and two assistants for the Army
on June 18, 1775. Primary mis-
sion of the corps Is to increase
the combat power of our troops
by construction or destruction.
Additionally the Engineers build
for all,arms and branches of the
Army and act as an agent in the
tor and battery and refill of a
pint of oil.
Ahead from New York was a
road journey of less than 1.000
miles to Canada by way of Tor-
onto and Montreal, then by air a-
cross the Atlantic to Scotland.
The last leg is a four hundred
mile dash to the starting point-
London Airport.
who have completed Internships
will remain for residency train-
ing or Canal assignments. The
new Interns have started arriv-
ing in the Canal Zone.
Four physicians at the hospital
will complete residency training
by the flftt of July.
They are: Lt. Col. John H.
Splllane, resident In surgery, who
toill be reassigned to duty in the
United States; Capt. Robert L.
Koenlg. resident in medicine,
who will be assigned to Fort
Clayton; Dr. William H. Merlwe-
ther, civilian resident in patholo-
gy, who plans to remain at Gor-
gas Hospital; and Capt. Joseph
M. Llonti, who has completed a
residency in urology; and will
Join the Urology Sectlon-of Gor-
gas Hospital.
Two Panama Canal clinic phy-
sicians will start residency train-
ing at Gorgas July 1. Dr. Thomas
G. Bouland, who has been at the
Pedro Miguel District Medical
Clinic, will start residency train-
ing in surgery and Robert W. Bo-
niface, who has been clinic phy-
sician at Gamboa, will begin a
residency m pathology.
All of the new interns are ci-
vilian and lt Is not expected that
any more Army Interns will be
assigned to Gorgas.
Nine of the outgoing Interns
are Army personnel and ten are
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Dodgers Edge Reds 5-4; Giants Nip Cards 2-1
(NEA Telephoto)
TRADE BAIT These two ace pitchers were figures In two
trades In the major leagues, involving 11 men. No-hit Cliff
Chambers (left) and Wally Westlake of the Pittsburgh Pir-
ates went to the St. Louis Cardinals for Howie Pollet, Ted
Wllks, Joe Oaragiola, Dick Cole and BUI Howerton. The New
York Yankees got southpaw Bob Kuzava i right i from the
Washington Senators for Fred Sanford, Tom Ferrick and
Bob Porterfleld.
Uncle Miltie Getting
Ready For Comeback
There's a forgotten horse in
racing that seems Just about
ready to start Jogging some me-
"mbries. He's J. J. Colando's un-
predictable three-year-old, Uncle
;, Miltie.
.The handsome colt was all set
.according to the rallblrdsto
Srap up the honors in his class" i
artlng with the Kentucky Der- j
by. But he failed miserably in |
that spring classic for three-1
year-olds and was sent back to
rffte barns.
next start. But the big race that
will attract the top names of the
three-year-old division is he $50,-
000 Dwyer Stakes July 7 at Aque-
duct Park, New York.
Colando Isn't saying, but ap-
parently that's the race for
which he's pointing Uncle Miltie.
And if the colt returns to his ear-
ly form, then they'll be taking
another long look at that already
scrambled three-year-old pic-
While Uncle Miltie ran up a
feed bill on Colando's sprawling
fajrm at Red Bank, New Jersey.
?Jaunt Turf became the new darl-
ftig of the racing world. The son
y>i the immortal Count Fleet ac-
tually was being compared to his
*t(e after winning the Derby. He
'was Ineligible for the Preakness.
second jewel in racing's Triple
Crown, and that's where Bold
"'ttrne into the picture.
S-"~~Bold romped to a seven length
win In the Preakness. and he sud-
'" denly developed into the early
favorite for the Belmont stakes.
The Belmontat a mile and one-
halfrated by many the truest
test of a champion of all the
three Triple Crown races. Well.
Bold never did get Into the Bel-
mont, while Count Turf finished
next to last. The winnerCoun-
terpointa step-brother to Der-
by winner Count Turf and a son
of Count Fleet.
That's the way the three-year-
olds stack up today, and It's the
big reason Uncle Miltie Is given
a good chance to race his way
back to the top spot. Trainer An-
dy Colandowhose father owns
Uncle Miltieis convinced that
all the colt needed was rest.
Uncle Miltie was allowed to
romp, and gain weight at the
Jersey hideaway, and now, he's
running again. His latest work-
out was six furlongs In one min-
ute 14 and three-fifth seconds.
That pretty fair time for a work-
Of course, It still isn't definite
when Uncle Miltie will make his
Faces In
The Majors
Wlllard Nixon silly Goodraaa
Balboa Swimming
Pool To Be Closed
All Day Friday
The Balboa swimming pool will
be closed all day Friday, June 22,
for cleaning, it was announced
today by the Clubhouse Manage-
The work will be done by the
Municipal Engineering Division
forces, and it is expected that It
will be completed in time to have
the pool reopened on the regular
schedule the following day.
Table Tennis
Tournament Off
To Fast Start
The All-Isthmian Table Tennis
Tournament got under way last
night in the Pacific Clubhouse
auditorium before a large crowd.
The fans had an evening of top-
flight performances from ten
The players reeled off five
matches in record time, and were
all at their best, an indication of
the sort of competition that may
be anticipated throughout the
Last night's activities Included
the current Isthmian champion,
Arthur Josephs, and Lt. O. L.
Morrow, who it appears, will be
the two big guns of the campaign.
The evening's opening encoun-
ter featured Alfonso McCormick
and James Webster. The verdict
went to the former player after
four sets. He won In 21-13, 21-15,
21-23. 21-15. Following this en-
gagement, William Stephenson
ran off three straight sets over
Ramon Ramirez In 21-16, 21-18.
and 21-17. The loser played a fine
defensive game, but failed to help
his own cause when he refrained
from getting on the offensive.
The tournament's first hum-
dinger involved current cham-
pion Arthur Josephs and G. L.
Morrow. Both of these players in-
jected enthusiasm in the hearts
o the large attendance as they
smashed their way for suprema-
cy in heated fashion.
Their brilliant play earned
them thunderous ovation from
the crowd as they dished stroke
for stroke while the match last-
Morrow won the first set 21-17,
held a four-point lead In the sec-
ond stanza, only to lose ground
for a 26-24 defeat. Josephs in
taking the edge in this stage of
the game, apparently built cour-
age and went on to take the
match with smashing sets In
21-13, 21-13.
Midget Stanley Hall and Paci-
fic Boys' Club champion, Wesley
Jones, just fresh from a trip to
Jamaica where he met some of
tho best men in the Caribbean,
parcelled the Joseph-Morrow
perlormance with a demonstra-
tion of high callbred table tennis.
The pair stretched the match to
five games with Hall taking the
verdict in an uphill fight 18-21,
21-17, 21-8, and 21-L6. The out-
come was considered an upset, In
view of Jones' present form,
which made him nre-tournament
holce to win thei851 champion-
Carlos Wong and Juan de la
Guardia played In the final tilt
with the former winning 21-17,
21-13. 11-21 and 21-18. This tus-
tle closed an evening of rare ping
pong performance.
CHALLENGERS;Pancho Contales, left, and Jack Kramer bid for Pancho Segura's professional
National Grass Court championship at Forest Hills. June 21-24 and June 28-July 1. Kramer, the
wholesale winner on tours, has not won the title in two attempts. Segura ran. him into the ground a
year ago in a beautiful five-set match. (NEA)
Globetrotters Visit Postponed;
To Arrive Here Next Monday
Royal Crown Maintains Lead
In Pacific Basketball Loop;
Albrook Wallops Mauricio
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Teams Won Lost Pet.
Roval Crown .... 3 1.M0
Albrook........t L .867
Lincoln Life .... 1 I 333
Mauricio........ 3 .444
The Royal Crown quintet held
on to their slim lead in the Paci-
fic Basketball League Sunday
night, as they downed the Lin-
coln Life team by a score of 48 to
47 In the first over-time game of
the season. The Lincoln Life team
held the Sodamen to a mere four
points in the second quarter
while chalking up 14 to go Into a
seven-point lead as the first half
Both teams scored evenly during
the third quarter and the Life In-
surance squad held a six-point
lead as the final canto started,
but the Royal Crown team picked
up five points in less than three
minutes of play and tied the
game up at 39-all after only three
minutes had elapsed.
With four mlnutea-of play re-
maining, the Sodamen went
ahead by a single point of a tech-
nical foul and then started em-
ploying stalling tactics, refusing
to lake chances on several open-
ings for scoring. With less than
two minutes to go, team captain
McArthur put his team ahead by
one point with a field goal, but
Arosemena was fouled on the
flay and made the free throw to
le lt up.
Neither team could score be-
fore the final whistle, and In the
five-minute over-time period,
two field goals by Castorina plus
a field goal and a free throw by !
Brinden, offset the three field!
foals dropped In by the Lincoln
lie squad and Royal Crown
emerged the winner by a single'
Arosemena and Castorina were !
high scorers for the winners, with ,
17 and 14 points respectively,
while Gibson and Capalbo led the \
scoring for the losers with 12 and
nine points.
In the second game the Albrook
Flyers kept pace with the league I
leaders as they downed the Mau-
ricio team by the lop-sided score
of 7 8to 54. Coach Oliver of the
Flyers used all of his players af-
ter the starting five had run up a
18-polnt lead, but even the sub-
stitutes had their eyes on the
basket and seemed to drop them
in from all angles.
The Mauricio team put up a
?ood .battle, but were no match
or the sharp-shooting Flyers.
Lee accounted for 17 of the Al-
brook tallies with Ingram chip-
ping in for 12. as Slbauste with 16
and Wentland with 10 were high
point-getters for the Sportsmen.
The box scores:
Lincoln Life FG FT TP
Capalbo......S. 4 1 9
McArthur, C..... 0 0 0
Downing........1 1 3
McKeown...... 1 0 2
Gibson........ 5 2 12
Brady........ l o 2
Trout......... 4 0 8
McArthur, E..... 3 0 6"
McArthur. Q..... 2 1 5
Kourany, E...... 0 0 0
Kourany, 0...... 0 0 0
S 47
Royal Crown-
Castorina .. ..
Arosemena.. ..
.. T
.. 5
.. 0
.. 4
.. 0
1 2 4
17 14 41
Score by Quarters
Lincoln Life 10 24 37 41 47
Royal Crown 13 17 31 41 48
'Y' Hoop League
No other nrwi-
fiptr ran brat
he Panama
American for
caeaaJete, aa-lo-the-mlnult new cover-
It aflorlal quality. And the only
ray w keen up with the world of aorta
la Ihroaih The Panama American!
warnf* m m m
When the day
la done,
t rait la
read the Social
uacoa of The Panama American And on
iindayi, everything: from faahlon nrai
>e kekajal hoaeohold hlata aro Include*
in the Wamen'a (afeela Banjlktb and
Sao a lat both!
The' Balboa Armed Services
Y.M.C-A. Warn-Up League fin-
ished its regular schedule last
week. Final results showed two
teams tied for first place In the
"A" League, 5700th M. & S. and
5700th A. B. G. both had seven
wins and 1 loss.
The only defeat suffered by
both teams was at the hands of
their brother airmen 504Ui in
third place with three wins and
five losses.
Teams Won Lost
5700th M.4S....... 7 1
5700th A. B. G....... 7 1
504th F. A......... 3 5
Special Troops...... 2 6
Hdq. 15th Naval Dlst. 1 7
Trie playoff for the champion- i
ship of the "A" League will be
held on Friday. June 22.
The "B" League champions.'
Rodman iWest Bank Navy), fin- .
ished the league without a de-
feat. The champions of each lea- I
gue will be awarded individual
Teams Won Lost i
Rodman.......... 8 0
A.A. C. S........... 5, 3
Hospital.......... 4 4
37th Engineers...... 3 5
784th Btry........ 0 8
A*roek FG FT TP,
L*e ......... 6 6 17
Murto- '...... 4 1
Coycault...... j j g
Bean.......... o 2
Chatham...... 3 j, 9
Eraser........ 2 0 4
Sclafani........ 3 0 0
DeDominlco..... 0 0 0
Ingrim........4 4 12
Chamber's...... 1 0 2
Danlelson...... 0 0 0
Bonta......... 0 0 0
Ulshaffer...... 2 n 4
DeWitt........ 2 l 5
31 18 78
Mauricio FG FT TP
Hllzinger...... 0 1 1
Simons....... 0
Slbauste....... g
Welch. ..
Wentland.....j 4
Presho...... 0
Mosher........ 3
Moore .... \
Cotton .. .. ,, ,, ^|
Sullivan....... 0
Hernandez...... 0
a I 4
... Score by Quarters
Albrook 29 41 80 78
Mauricio v 7 18 31 54
1 1
0 18
0 2
1 9
2 10
1 1
1 7
1 1
1 8
1 1
0 0
The internationally famous
Harlem Globetrotters and Amer-
ican Association All-Stars have
postponed their trip to Panam
until next Sunday. They will play
here for the first time on Mon-
day night.
The all-Negro Globetrotters
and the all-white All-Stars will
first play a series of games In
Venezuela before leaving for the
Next Monday the Globetrotters
will show their wares against
the local Lord Chesterfield team
while the All-Stars will tackle a
reinforced Bam quintet.
Tuesday night the Globetrot-
ters and All-Stars will Journey to
Colon where they will appear at
the Colon Arena.
The teams return to the capi-
tal on Wednesday and will wind
up their local exhibitions by
playing against each other at the
Panam Gym.
The All-Stars include some of
the basketball pros In the United
States at present. Their captain
is the well-known Tony Lavelll.
Fans During Drills
The classy flyweight champion
of tuba. Black Pico, continue to
thrill Gold Coasters with his bril.
iiant workouts for Sunday night's
bout with local bantamweight
contender Juan DUs II at the
Colon Arena.
Pico is an internationally fa-
mous fighter and should rive a
memorable performance against
the local "boxing master" next
Sunday night.
The Cuban, who has been eam-
signing in Europe and the Erlt-
h Isles for Most of the time, re-
cently returned to his homeland
wnere he easily copped the 112-
ponnd championship.
The weight limit for Sunday's
bout has been set at 116 pounds
and this will give the local boy a
slight pull on the scales.
Juan Olas II is probably the
fastest and best boxer on the
Isthmus todsy. His two handi-
caps have been the lack pf a hard
punch and the ability to take a
solid wallop on the chin.
However, he seems to be Im-
proving and gaining in both these
Smi.t'll 'e ""owned ban-
tamweight champion of the Isth-
2 "."fv0' hfi -PPr"t mas-
chTmr, "I* *** "-Mid
champBaby Green.
Branca Halts Reds Ninth
Inning Rally; Phils Win
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 20 The Dodgers topped the Reds
5-4 in a Cincinnati night geme while the Giants again
downed the Cardinals 2-1 in a rain shortened eight inning
St. Louis night contest to maintain their pacesetting posi-
tions in the National League.
In the other two senior circuit
contests the Philadelphia Phillies
bounced the Pirates 9-2 In a
Pittsburgh night game while the
Cubs blanked the Bravas 9-0 In a
Chicago afternoon contest.
The Dodgers narrowly survived
a four-run raUy by the Reds in
the ninth Inning. A three-run
homer by Lloyd Merriman and a
bases empty blast by John Pra-
mesa scared the Dodgers but big
Ralph Branca came on to relieve
and save Don Newcombe's eighth
Larry Jansen turned in a four-
hitter to win his eighth game as
H'nry Thompson drove in both
Giants runa with a double and
an Infield out. The game was fin-
ally called after (he eighth fol-
lowing rain and a delay of al-
most an hour.
Willie Jones drove in six rune
with two homershis second
with the bases loadedto give
Russ Meyer his fifth win of the
year, a six-hitter, as the Phillies
made 15 hits against the hapless
Manager Billy Southwurth
resigned yesterday and the
Braves made his last game a
losing one. Former Brave odt-
fielder Tommy Holmes has
been named to replace South-
worth. Holmes will join the club
in Chicago.
H>1 Jeffcoat walked, Frankie
Baumholts doubled and Randy
Jackson lifted a scoring fly for a
first Inning run that was all Bob
j Rush needed, but the Cubs scor-
I ed twice more in the third on a
triple by Eddie Miksls. Bob Ram-
aazotti's single, a sacrifice by
Rush and Jeff coat's single that
nailed down Max Burkont's sixth
The Yankees and White Sox
divided a doubleheader opener of
a crucial series between the Ju-
nior loop leaders, the New York'
ers winning the curtain raiser,
11-9. and the Chicagoans the
nightcap at the Yankee Stadium.
The White Sox thus retained
the league lead over the Yankees
by three and one-half games.
Paul Stewart, an ex-Yankee, hit
a three-run eighth-Inning homer
' to put the visitors ahead, 4-3.
After his blast which produced
the seventh straight triumph of
the season for another ex-Yankee
Randy Gumpeit-^-the Yankees
again tied the score at 4-4 in
their half of the eighth but Bob
Dllllnger's double, following sin-
gles by Jim Busby and Phil Masl
fut over the winning run for a
-4 triumph to offset the first
game Yank victory.
In the opener. In which the
Yankees blew 5-1 and 9-6 leads,
Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra
set the early pace with three-run
homers. But it was a succession
of four singles and a double by
Johnny Mize which put over the
two marginal runs as Joe Ostrow-
skl pitched four Innings of score-
less relief ball to gain, the tri-
umph. Mantle also got a second
game homer.
The Rod Sox cashed in with ,
a 9-2 4ctory over the Indians
at Boston behind Chuck Stobbs '
that cemented their hold on
third place. Stobbs gave up on-
ly four hits and had a shutout
until the ninth when Lake Eas-
ter hit a two-run homer. Ted
Williams paeed the Bed Sox
with a homer and two singles.
In other American League
fames the Athletics downed the
lgers 9-8 In a Philadelphia nigh.
Same and the Browns topped the
enators 4-1 In a Washington aro
light contest.
The Athletics blew a four-run
lead but came back strongly on
homers by Eddie Joost and Qua
Zemial while reliever Johnny
Kucab held the Tigers off In the
final three Innings for his first
win. The Tigers' Steve Souchoclt
Duane PUlette pitched a nine
hitter for his second straight vie
tory as the Senators committed
five errors to contribute two un-
earned runs to the Browns' vic-
tory that reduced the Senators'
sixth place margin to three
games. Sherman Lollar doubled,
singled and walked to pace the
American League
Wen Lost Pet. Teams Wen Lost Pet,
... a 1 m Brooklyn. . . 17 19 .Ml
... a 21 a New York . ... 34 n .557
. . 34 a at St. Louis . ... a a j#e
. 30 n .52* Cincinnati. ... 7 a .a*
... a .487 Boston . ... a 31 .475
... 1 a 38 Philadelphia. ... a a .474
. .. e 37 .319 Chicago . ... 35 a 483
...w 17 .339 Pittsburgh ... si 34 set
Chicago . .
New York .
Cleveland .
Washington .
St. Louis . .
Chicago at New York.
Cleveland at Boston.
Detroit at Philadelphia (T-N).
St. Louis at Washington .

(First Game)
Chicago 10S 021 000- 9 12 2
New York 504 002 OOx11 16 4
Rotblatt. Kretlow (2-2), Aloma
and Erautt, Masl; Overmlre.
Shea. Kramer, Ostrowski (3-1)
and Berra. .
(Second Game)
Chicago 001 000 0318 11 1
New York 100 001 1104 9 1
Dobson, Gumpert <6-0i, Jud-
son and Masl: Raschl (10-4i,
Reynolds and Berra. .
of the Army Medical Examin-
ing Board reaches almost un-
Srecedented heights testing the
eart of Zeke Zawoluk in New
York. The Brooklyn ,St. John's
basketball star, a senior, will be
Eermittcd to finish his studies,
ut the Army is looking for-
ward to a big additionsix feet
six inches of it. (.NEA)
(Night Game) ,
St. Louis............ 4
Washington........... 1
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 9
Detroit.............. 5
(Night Game)
Boston.............. 9
Cleveland............ 2
Balboa A' League
Decisive Game
Slated For Friday
The championship of the "A"
League in the Balboa Armed Ser-
vices Y.M.C.A. Wann-Up Basket-
ball League will be decided Fri-
day night.
5700th M. 8. and 5700th A.
B. G. both finished the league
schedule tied with 7 wins and 1
loss The only defeat suffered by
both teams was at the hands of
their brother airmen.
Both teams will be at full
strength for this contest to de-
cide the championship The win-
ners will be awarded individual
The championship game will be
the only one scheduled starting
at 7:30 p.m. There wdl be no ad-
mission charge and the public is
National League
Boston at Chicago.
Breoklyn at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Pittsburgh New York at St. Louis (N).
Pittsburgh............- 2
(Night Game, callad in 8th, Bain)
New York............ 2
St. Louis............ 1
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 200 201 0005 11 I
Cincinnati 000 000 0044 7 2
Newcombe <8-4i, Branca (9)
and Campanella; Ramsdell (,4-7).
Wehmeler (4', Byerly a> ana
Boston 000 000 0000 4 0
Chicago 120 000 0003 6 0
Surkont (5-6, Cole, Chipman
and Mueller; Rush (9-3) and
Atlantic Side
Basketball League
To Meet Tonight
Tonight at 7:15. the Atlantld
Side Basketball Committee, will
hold a meeting at the Margarita
Trevor Simons, president of the
league, urges all the team repre-
sentatives to be present at this
meeting. The league will play Its
first game on Monday night, June
a. at 7 o'clock, in the Margarita
Six teams have entered this
league, and every team has a be-
lanced squad o fcagers. Some of
the outstanding players to be
, seen in action are: Robert Salter
and George Egolf, for the Cristo-
I bal Juniors: Ray Simons and
i Bucky Hall, Caribe; Sklppy An-
i dersen and Robert Bailey, Pow-
ell's Garage: and Nando Tom and
Tito Cells, for Underwood.
With this variety of basketball
stars, this league should prove to
be one of the outstanding on the *
Isthmus. The league wUl play on ,
Monday. Tuesday, and Friday
nights at the Margarita Gymna-

Admiral: Bad US Aid Planning
May Have Cost Chiang China
WASHINGTON, June It (UP). Vice Adm. Omi C Badger
said yesterday that delays and bad PlWf? v0' V 8.- ".""" jd
ctet NaUoMllst China a "better than 51-58" chance to atop the
Cwwwnin sngti. to^1M. ch|#f Md now Com.
mandantifSSta si. lEUer. taatlfled before the Sen-
tTcttlBtttJ.XvttlgTting the dlsmtasal of Gen. Dougla, Mac-
ArtbBadr dlaappolntad BepubUcan Senators, who had counted
mi btai tewwt MacArthar'a prop rean war, ky saying that he la oppaaad to air attacks on Rod
""S^Wt^^WMTi. Korea- with the to.
taryno^befni followed, he warned that American force, wou d
i!o7"derirone-aded benefit" from extending the air war into
But hla harp criticism of
American arms aid to China dur-
ing the critical days of the Chi-
nese Civil War was a direct con-
tradiction of Administration
tatmenla that the Nationalists
never lost a battle for lack or
U.S. arma
Badger agreed with Secretary
of State Dean Acheson and oth-
er Administration witnesses that
the United States sent a great
deal of arms to Chiang Kai-shek s
forces. But he said the aid pro-
gram was often undermined py
ending the wrong things at the
wrong lime.
"We sent a lot of stuff over
there, but It wasn't planned. ne
Mid. "It was haphazard.
Badger said that early tn 1848.
U S experts on the scene tnougnt
that Chiang had a "better than
50-50" chance to win critical bat-
tlefield victories over the Com-
munist armies. To carry out their
olans, he said, the Nationalists
appealed to the United States for
arms to equip four armies which
then had almost no fighting ma-
U.s'. representatives in China
endorsed the request, and the
Joint Chiefs of Staff in Washing-
ton approved a China aid pro-
gram, Badger said. Congress
rushed through the China Aid
Act of 1948 providing the neces-
sary funds and authority.
"Then nothing happened." the
admiral testified. "Five months
went by before we actually got
any action."
He said the Nationalists aban-
doned plans for their offensive
and began suffering major de-
feats at the hands of the Com-
munists In November, 1948.
Dade County Sheriff Goes
' Finally, on Not. 30, one Amer-
ican ship reached China with
about 10 per cent of the arms
which had been requested,
Badger related. Rat he eaid
even this shipment contained
weapons which were "not in
good condition and for the moat
part could not be used."
The result was that the Nation-
alists who then had their backs
to the wall at Tientsin and Pei-
plng, simply abandoned hope
"and they collapsed within two
days," Badger said.
The admiral said he tried to
discover what happened to the
promised arms after he returned
to this country, but "I never was
able to find out."
He said the lack of a "feasi-
ble, Integrated plan" for 1. 6.
militar, aid also resulted In
such mistakes as sending the
Nationalists U.S. planes, with-
out American ground crews to
keep them in the air; and U. 6.
trucks, without spare parta or
trained mechanics to maintain
Badger opposed MacArthut's
proposal for helping the Chinese
Nationalists on Formosa launch
attacks on the mainland, as well
as his demand for air raids on
the enemy's Manchurian "sanc-
He said the Nationalists do not
have "any too many troops' on
Formosa to spare them at the
E resent time" and that It would
e better to "train them and
equip them to safeguard the Is-
land Itself."
He said it might be feasible for
Chiang's forces to make some
"very restricted" raids on the
mainland, but that forays of the
scope he considered practicable
Diablo Camera Club
To Show Slides
In Competition
An Interesting program is sche-
duled for the Diablo Camera
Club's meeting tomorrow at 8
p.m., at the club building In Dia-
blo Heights. The color slide com-
petition by the members will cov-
er the Panama Canal and the
locks. Prises will be awarded to
the winners.
Dr. G. C. Wussow, who Is a
charter member of the Cream Ci-
ty Camera Club of Minneapolis,
Minnesota and who has had sev-
eral color slides accepted In ex-
hibits in the United States, will
comment on slides which club
members will bring to the meet-
ing. Dr. Wussow Is an able ama-
teur In color slide work and his
remarks promise to be Interesting
and educational.
By special request, the club's
color slide panorama of the Ca-
nal Zone and Panama, covering
the past and present history, will
be shown at the meeting. This
will be the last chance for mem-
bers and guests to see "Cross-
roads Portrait" before It Is sent
to the Photographic Society of
America where It will be loaned
to camera clubs In the United
States. Guests are cordially In-
vited to the meeting._____^^^
MIAMI, Fla., June 20 (UP)
Sheriff "Smiling Jimmy" Sulli-
van, tainted by Gold Coast gam-
bling exposes, quit his office yes-
terday In the face of new Senate
Crime Committee Investigations
Into the Governor's reasons for
re-instating the once-indicted
But the Senate Committee an-
nounced Immediately that Sul-
livan's resignation "would not
change the picture one bit."
"We still want him and his
wife to testify, whether he's
in office or out," committee aide
George Martin said. "We also are
still after Gov. Fuller Warren to
explain why he put Sullivan back
into office."
Warren, who accepted Sulli-
van's resignation without com-
ment, stood firm on his refusal
to accept the committee's re-
peated invitations to appear at
the hearings In Miami Thursday
and Friday. He told Committee
chairman Herbert O'Conor, D.,
Md., that he was not accountable
to the Senate Investigators or
anyone else for his reasons In re-
Instating Sullivan.
would not require U. 8. air and
sea support.
Badger qualified his opposition
to bombing Manchurian bases by
saying that such drastic meas-
ures may eventually become nec-
essary If the Chinese Communists
persist In the war.
"If we do not get a negotia-
ble reaction from the Chinese
Communist Government pretty
soon, we would have to do what
we could to destroy the source
of their equipment," he said.
He said U. 8. air power Is doing
a good Job of blasting Commu-
nist supply lines inside Korea
now. and "I would prefer to limit
military action to that area for
the time being."
That is substantially the same
stand taken by the Joint Chiefs
of Staff and other Administra-
tion witnesses.
His reinstatement of Sullivan
brought on an unsuccessful move
by the State legislature last
month to Impeach the Governor.
Martin said committee mem-
bers would decide within the
next day or two whether to sub-
poena the Governor, despite
warren's promise to testify on
Interstate crime In Tallahassee
but not in Miami.
The Sullivnn story started a
year ago when the Senate com-
mittee, under the chairmanship
of Sen. Estes Kefauver, D., Tenn.,
disclosed that the sheriff's
wealth nad grown by leaps and
bounds while gamblers were
plying a multi-million dollar
business in this winter play-
The Kefauver committee tes-
timony prompted a "racket bust-
ing" grand Jury that returned:
indictments against scores of
gamblers and Sullivan. The Gov-
ernor removed Sullivan from of-
fice last November but reinstat-
ed him April 9, several months
after the State Supreme Court
had ruled the sheriff's Indict-
ment void.
Kefauver called Sullivan's re-
signation "a victory for the
strong and Increasing demand in
Dade County for better law en-
Sullivan said in his letter of
resignation that his political
enemies would continue as long
as he is in office the "deliberate
persecution" in their "frlendlsh
effort to crucify me and my fa-
He said his wife, who is now
hospitalised, had suffered a
nervous breakdown because of
the "constant attacks" of the
Miami newspapers, which he said
he intended to sue for libel.
The Miami Herald comment-
"Sullivan has donned the mar-
tyr's mantle making a fervent
and eloquent bid for public sym-
pathy. If he has been misrepre-
sented, vilified or slandered, he
has significantly failed to use
any of the legal facilities avail-
able to him for redress. We chal-
lenge Sullivan... to prove any of
Col. Jack Younger, president
of the Miami Crime Commission,
commented: "It's a pity Govern-
or Warren didn't resign."
Yeggs Display Brawn
lice here think a gang of safe-
crackers who broke Into a store
would do well as circus strong-
men. To enter the store they had
to smash a concrete wall, rip out
a heavy steel grating Imbedded
In concrete and move cases and
cartons of canned goods stacked
to the celling.
Never have yoo found ueh fast re-
lief. It's newIt's different. Neutracld
is the formula of a well known wt
coast physician for use whenever excess
stomach acid causea at. jour stomach
or heartburn without any upsetting reac-
tionNeutracld contains no bicarbonate
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Here's all you do: Stir one teaspoon-
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drink. If distressed, after eating, take
right after meals, and for good measure
take another teaspoonful at bed-time
and aee what a difference It makes In
the morning. Stomach sweetappetite
keeneryou feel aa If you really want
to go to work. All good druggists have
NEDTBACIDthe new and remarkable
formula for excess stomach add.

-. ,1.1 I II iss .....
# the prime factor in perfecting the
ill !! smoother, mellower taste of
AGED IN THE WOOD! This means that MONTEZUMA RUM, in-
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ity Panamanian Rum.
Pictured above is a section of the huge warehouses of DESTILERA
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FOR SALE: 1949 Noih "600"
oreen 2 door edon, all niw lira*
and eot coven. A flood cleon cor.
Only $397 down and drive It away.
FORD, MERCURY dealer, on ou-
tomobile row.
FOR SALE:1949 Pontiac 8. Four
Door Sedan. radio, $1.785.00.
Duty Paid, Tel. Bolboo 2984.
FOR SALE:1946 Lincoln 4 door a-
dan, oreen, good white (id* wall
tirei. puih-button windows. A
wonderful buy. Only $397 down
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, an
automobile row.
FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge, 2-door
sedan, many extras. Excellent con-
dition, best offer over $1,200.00.
1 Quarters 107-C, Naval Station,
West Bank, Tel. 3295._____________
FOR SALE:1946 Custom Da Soto,
4 door sedon. green, 4 good tiro.
laitic toot coven, radio. This cor
! if rteal. Only $298 down poy-
yew FORD. MERCURY dealer, on
automobile row.
Mign your wheels ond save miles on
tires. Best wheel balancing and
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FOR SALE:1946 lulck Roadmartar,
4 door sedon, dark gray, 4 good
tires, teat covers. Matt bo seea to
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#OR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet Club
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' Call 82-3214, between 8-4.
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* 2 door sedan, 2 tone blue, 4 goer'.
E tires, hydromatic, scat coven. A
clean cor. Only $298 down poy-
yottf FORD. MERCURY dooler. on
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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 bonds, 2 mahogany end tables. 1
mahogany center table. Mahogany
5 piece bedroom set, single bed.
Pedro Miguel 185-C. Telephone
FOR SALE:Simmons Studiq Couch,
lotest style, can be converted
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Shrapnel's cottages ON BEACH at
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Vlllioms Sonta Clora Beach Cottages
Two bedrooms, tlectric refrigera-
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cord ployer "Webster" 3 speeds, |- cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
ot bargain price. HAWAII Jewelry I stoves, moderate rates. Phono 6-
Store 56. 541 or 4,567.
FOR SALE:Second hand pianos in
good condition. $225. Bennett's
Piano Studio. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set (Holly-
wood Stylel button and buckle
machine, dmlngroom set. etc. 2203
Rio Abajo, Apt. -2.
FOR SALE:9 Ft. oil porcelain re-
frigerotor. Reconditioned unit. Call
Bolboo 2-1203. after 6 p. m.
Wanted Position
Panamanian girl desires position os
office clerk or typist in Spanish O
English., Write B. B. Box 1929,
Panoma', R. P.
FOR SALE:_4 Border tubes 2 1-2"
x 10', misc. pipe and 7-8 steel
round iron. 714-A. Prado 2-3414. i
FOR SALE:2,500 one gallon bot-1
ties, used, good condition, with
screw on plastic cops. For further
information coll Colon 836-L. ,
FOR SALE:Approximately 50 Gol.
Aquarium with aeration, casting net;
9". House 98-C, New Cristobal.:
Between 8-9th. St. One block |
back of Roosevelt.
Modern duplex residence for rent,
two bedrooms ond oleovey moder-
ate rent, all conveniences, car
tronslsthmion, 3 miles from Bella
Vista, the yellow componils bor-
der. Call for appointment, tele-
phone 3-1484.
At Times a Length of
Can be mighty bandy to
nave around the house
and in your car.
We have a large Assortment
. of Kinds"'and Sizes
6E0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. S-l40
GOOD LAUNDRESS wants to work 2
doys o week with small family. See
ADELINA L. House No. 104 Cen-
tral Ave. Yard building No 4..
4, room 21, upstairs.
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residentiol section such os Golf
Heights with lorge grounds. Will
s.gn lease. Panoma 3-1684, 5 to
8 p. m.
WANTED TO BUY:Piono in good
condition. Telephone Centro Mdi-
1 co. 3-0075, Panoma.
^edon^p^l^'ond^mott-r Woman wanted ,o core for'ch,d a,
FOR SALE: Complete household
furnishings, 1939 Ford Sedon, new
battery, four slightly used tires
600 x 16, RCA Record Player, with ;
records. potted plants, canary
coges. Call after 10:00 a. m. at|
596 Bohio St. near Gos Stotion,
The" Ponoma Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids, to be opened 10:
30 A. M., June 22, 1951. 309 items
of Motor vehicle Parts for Chevrolet
Cors and Trucks, locoted at Cristo-
bal Storehouse, telephone 3-1256
and Section K. Bolboo Storehouse, te-
lephone- 2-1465. Bid forms moy be
obtained from the above sources,
or from the office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-
2777. -
t cellent, tires good.
Coll Bolboo
Federcio Boyd No. 4, Apt. I.
IORTaLE'46 Chrysler New Yorker,
4 door sedon, ton. good tiros, radio.
You can't buy a battar used cor
\ for this price. Only $396 down
. payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
; your FORD, MERCURY dooler, on
1 automobile row.
rROPICAL MOTORS good service
belter prices.
JR SALE: 1951, Nosh Custom
>%b Cu<
dio, oil extras, cost $2,195, duty
free, phone Navy 3584.'
Position Offered
Young lody of neat appearance for
office ond counter work. Must
speak Spanish and English correct-
ly, Panamanian preferred. Tip Top
Cleaners. No. 20 East 29th St.
(Continued from Tace 1)>
TOR RENT:' Furnished residence,
office,, porch, livingroorn", dining-
room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
No. 87 Peru Avenue. For informa-
tion telephone 3-3241. Office
FOR RENT:Beautiful residence, re-
cently constructed, Golf Heights,
furnished or unfurnished, 4 bed-
rooms, 4 porches, livingroorn, din-
ingroom, spacious gardens. Tele-
phone 3-3241. Office hours. .
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Niconor
de Obarrio Avenue No. 1. San An-
tonio oportments, osk for key,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
OR RENT:Cool modern comfort-
ably furnished two bedroom apart-
ment. Maid's quarters, garage, ex-
perienced moid. June 20th to Aug.
30. Very reasonoble rent. to re-
sponsible person. Bailo Vista. Phone
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
ff ..(EK.*H,0NS 8UF-C0VH8 and
-UfHOLSTKlllXC call , ,*JJ
r.Jr". i J?"'^"5, *" ' Dec-
UK?" "abrlea. Free Kitlmalei m
I. ** ' M No. 77 (AutO Bo-)
New Telephone 3-428
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th 8t.
FORT CLAYTON'S TROOP 76 forms the traditional horseshoe at Summit Gardens for the
annual Court of Awards conducta by Mrs. John T. Browne, Girl Scout leader on the extreme
rle;hr. The color guard, center, consists of Mltzl Williams. Jeanette Ramsey, Sally Hodges,
Ella May Hess and Leticia O'Snea.
Ft. Clayfon Troop
Court of Awards
Honors 4 Scouts
When members of Fort Clay-
ton's Girl Scout Troop 48 gather-
ed together at Summit Gardens
recently, the Court of Awards
ceremony marking the closing of
the Scout year developed into a
four star function.
Highlighting the activities
were the fly-up of eight brownies
into Troop 46, after which badges
GrimMood In Strikebound
Mill Town As Trials Begin
(UPiHeavily armed troopers
Some 300 workers at the mill,
members .of the CIO Textile
kept a tense watch in this hill Workers Union of America quit
country textile town yesterday; work after the union and man-
at the opening of hearings on agementr were unable ta agree
charges ranging from contempt. on a contract. The TWUA has
in connection with won two elections authorizing it
to bargain for the workers. It
accused the company, owned by
John Berry, of failure to nego-
tiate In good faith.
Superior Court Judge Free-
the strike at Berryton mills.
Squads of state highway pat-
rolmen .ordered here by Gov.
were presented to the Girl Scouts Herman Talmadge. stood guard
for the year's activities. In addl- at the mill gates and at the
tlon to the regular arts and ; Chattooga County courthouse j man" C. McClure will hold pre-
crafts merit badges, the Scouts where contempt cases were first limlnary hearnings on the mur-
onhe docKet ... der charges against the 1? me"
They ordered the packed arrested for Miss Tucker's '"m
courtroom cleared before the Sheriff Lyons said the wum'Iu
hearing started, then lined up \ died as she attempted to escape
from the car. occupied by five
were awarded for their mainten-
ance of the Children's Section of,
the Fort Clayton Library and for
nternatlonal scouting activities,
including the distribution 0f Brbntextile workers and search-
schoolbags, clothing and toy, to' 5* em ior ** None was
children in the Republic of Pan-
ING MACHINE. Dolton 6 screw'
cutting' toolmdkers precision lothe
with many extras including milling
attachment, taper attachment, col-
let set, 2 Jacobs chucks, drills, etc.
$225-00. 9 cubic foot Westing-1
house all porcelain refrigerator,
S90.00. Kenmorc warhing ma-
chine $20.00. 1470-B, Holden St.
Balboa after 4:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:1949 Cushmon motor; FOR RENT:Modern and spacious. !
Scooter $125.00. Cash. Con be opartment. Near National Univer-!
seen at Quarters. 261-A, Alboofc.; sity in Barrio Obrero. Reosonoble ,
Model UIF Synchronised
DirectarC.Z Shipments
At ractory Price*.
Plata S dr Mayo
Panam. R. P.
:OR RENT:Furnished cool apart-
meots with private porch and te- '
lephone. hot water, and complete'
Hotel service from $75.00 up.
Phone 86-7174.
pnce. Tel. 3-3491.
^ t
just arrived lightmeter
fOR SALE:1940 Hudson 4 door
sedan, black, tiros fair, good
transportation. $150 cosh and drivo propeller driven Communist
Iaim COLPAN MOTORS INC., planes, and shot down the Yak-
Vrion ufRCURY doaler oe ad two of the IL-2s. Another
TT ^ i 1L-2 was probable destroyed.
.utomobHo row.___________________ an, the Qther twQ damaged_
Far above, the Sabres engag-
fOR SALE:1948 yellow Packard ed the Migs.
I convertible, duty paid, excellent.
'. condition. 1948 Pontiac Sedonette. j They damaged four, and sent
Phone 2-1035 or 2-1471. all 36 streaking for the safety
K------------------------------------------. of the Manchurian border.
roo ciic, iQ47 Pnnt.oi- Sedonette Tne red-painted noses of the
FOR SALE 1947 Pont.oc sedonette believed to identify a
two tone radio defroster oil fitter ,cular d which Al-
undercoot.ng. Original owner. Ex- j *JbH nilnfm |M frmnrf mnr ogr
cellent condition throughout, Jl,-
Real FotalP
bombers and one Yak-9 fighter,
with an escort of 36 red-nosed
Mig-15 jet fighters.
The Mustangs ripped into the F0ReisLE:-w.on ropeller driven Communist: El Copee.to form block cholet.
modern. 4 bedrooms, living-dinmg-
100. Telephone. Albrook 2100.
led pilots have found more ag-
gressive and ready for combat'FOUND:Brown Pekinese dog. Apply !
than any other Communist air- "Shaws" No. 14, Tivoli Avenue,!
Craft. Ponomi.
Today's battle marked the ----------------------------;------------'
first time in Kxva that forces LOST: Pekinese dog, femle, an-
of propeller-driven and Jet
planes have Joined in combat
"FOR SALE; 1948 Buick Special
Sedanette, less than I 1,000 miles,
radio, seot cove's, under-cooted.
Fine condition, $1.200. Call llal-
, boo, 2300._________________________
rD rllt m c. .ii in n week I n ,ne Rround Uiited Nations
r?___kLIi: "t wd_ ru*e'!Iorces ln the eastern mountains
roM* hurled Nrth Korean Reds back
] across the Nangang River, and
threatened the Reds' last major
east-west highway network be-
low the port of Wonsan.
Superforts aided the ground
troops with 100 tons of frag-
mentation bombs on the North
Wonsan itself was bombarded
FOR REr^|:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each with
both. Iiving-diningroom, servon*
quarters, hot water installation,
good location. Bella Vista 44th
St. No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
OR RENT:New, modem and con-
fenient apartments. Fourth of July
Avenue No. 61, Miguel Hive, phone
.-OR RENT: Furnished one bed-
room apartment, balcony, tillo
Vista, 75 dollars. Tel. 3-1648.
More Than 2,000
Enlisted Women
Serving Overseas*
swer to Tab brown and block, j
Pug nose, curly tail. Reward. Call | WASHINGTON, D.C. June 21
Lieut. Commander Rye, Novy 2330.
room, kitchen, cloy house, fruit
trees, booth with artesian well.
Land with 300 meters facing El
Valle highway. 72.000 square me-
ters of land planted with forage.
Will occept down payment, mort-
age to be paid during 16 years.
See Dr. Pedro Vasco Nuer. Cen-
tro Mdico, telephone 3-3431,
Polaroid Land Camera .
(adjoining International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel ''El Panam")
20 Tlvoll Ave. Apt I
Otflce: Tel. .-33? Home: 3-7M
HOURS: Monda; thru Friday
t lo 12 a.m
Monday, Wednesday. Thursday
lo S p.m.
Saturday ( a m. to I p.m.
1949 Plymouth Specii
like new. $1.400.00 cosh.
Panoma "-2064
< "t------------------
FOR ALE 1939 Pockord 8, Club
oofije. 5 tires six ply heavy duty,
;,< of 'pore ports. $150.00.
HBljse 811-B, Cocoli, C. Z._______
Black Market Ring
From Tokyo-Berlin
Smashed by Army
' 'FRANKFURT. June 20. (UPI
io^'nlted States Army finance
authorities at 5 o'clock this
mowing began calling in all
American military currency, in
n attempt, to smash a world-
wide multinilllloii dollar black
marjeet ring. The call-in stretch-
ea from Tokyo to Berlin.
Leora. Notice
United State* of America
Canal Zana
United State* District Court
The District Of The Canal Zen*
Balboa Division
, enlisted women are now serving
i in headquarters and supporting
unit in overseas areas in actord
with the Army's policy to release
physically qualified male milita-
ry personnel for field training
and combat duty.
In the United States 8,000 Wacs
: have replaced an equal number
of enlisted men and male offi-
cers ln headquarters and support-
ing units. '
The Army has met about one-,
third of its recruiting goal of 30,-
000 enlisted women under the
current program. Measures are
being taken by the Army to in-
crease the WAC enlistment rate
In order to fill more of the 145
Jobs suitable for women among
Keep Kool
/'.'/ Panama
Air Conditioned
by Allied warships for the 125th I e*i"'<-
straight day-the longest sus- jeannetta e. giffcrd.
tained naval bombardment lh Drfendaat.
history. mjmmons
Caoa No. *t(2
Wonsan is the likely anchor j action"for 'divorce
Of any new Red 'Stand Or die' To thr above-named defendant:
defense. You are hereby required to appear and .
Taking part in today's bom- ,n,w" ,h eompiaint rived in the above- the 491 types of enlisted duties
bardment were the United States 2itof."*ffl, ""hin "'"'> "*" "f"r n the Army,
destroyers Bringley and Evans.; , n;f , ,our ,.,. .. .. .PP-ri _,*?> of the Jobs available to
the Canadian destroyer Sioux an*- miwrr, judemem ni t taken | WACs in the Army are: Army
and the Thai gunboat Banka- i ' ou by default for to* relief, photographer. Cartographer
pong. ''wYrS-o' ',h". "" Hunrii. jk j leadlo Broadcast Supervisor.
There was Hule opposition !H.*.e?. d.^ ui* i... Dhr-,:Translator. Intelligence Analyst,
from shore batteries today. Yes- 'Coort for the oiatrin of the comi Zone,' Assistant Criminal Investigator,
tin. Hth day of e mi- ; Gas Mask Repair Specialist. High
c. t Mccr-trfc. j,. Speed Radlo operator. Recrea-
(sf.ai.) tlon Supervisor, Dental Technl-
v sar* d* la Pen' cian and Medi"al Technician. In
T ..v ^lf ?'pu" f'"k ithe medical field alone Inere a
T **?* l.mmo.. i. ,.re* separate jobs in which WACs
upon fa hy pukikniion pumuant to can serve. It Is the policy of the
h, order of ihe Honorable jueph i. Army to use WACs wherever pos-
H.ncork. Jud.. United State* Dhtrlt ... Ho_,-u(>r al hMrtniiartprs
Court for the Dtatrict of th. Canal Zone.!w0,e owever. ai neaoquariers
son said todav that Czechoslo- '"' Jlln " 1,JS1 "* entered and and supporting
vakia has refused to release i
terday splinters from near misses
punched liles ln some United
Nations vessels.
Czechs Refuse To Free
Two Thunder jet Pilots
-Secretary of State Dean Ache-
FBI Rounds Up 17
f!ommy Party Men
In NY And Penna.
^fenteen Communist Partv vakia has refused to release im- I ii!"1. In ""'," ''inn '" .''l ""'" _"' ,h* tnosp J0DS not strictly requiring
finals have bern rountled up mediately the pilots of the two .. fer". dVA'. '?^E;,r^ Military personnel. being fiU-
MgjtPl agents in N.v YorU and United States Thunderjets
IFtosburgh on charges of con- which forced landed near
lap .IB-: to advor:'; the forcfiur i'ra';uo June 8. or their planes
perthrow of t.'"' overninent of The Czechs sav an investlga-
^rtTnited States. ____ tlon Is still under way. j
Army Camouflage
Expert Makes Car
Vanish From Cops
(UP; Hailed for speeding, CpL
Robert E. Hall, Jr., 26, Ft. Mon-
mouth, N.J., stepped on the gas
as patrolman Jonn Foy walked
toward his station wagon.
Foy gave chase ln his police
car but Hall's station wagon' ap-
peared to vanish before his eyes.
Then police headquarters got a
report that a station wagon had
Jumped into a hedge on Cedar
Two police cars went to the
spot and found Hall's car under
a heavy green tarpaulin that
blended with the hedge Hall and
his wife were still sitting ln the
Hall was charged with reckless
driving. He is an army camou-
flage expert.
June II, ItSl.
ed by civilians.
c. t. McCaraiick. jr.. The employment of civilians as
> a Sti security guards at fixed installa- i
' Fhuf DeTu'Tie'r "on* '/he United States and
'* utilization of civilians to fill I
administrative positions such as
clerks, stenographers and clerk-
typists are examples of the Ar-
my's continuing effort to free its
uniformed male personnel for
purely military duties.
Mrs. R. C. Landrpss, member of
the Scout Committee, reviewed
the Troop's history and com-
mended Mrs. Lloyd Haines, Red
Cross Instructor with the Disas-
ter Control Center and Mrs. Da-
vid Clanton. Spanish translator,
for their assistance ln the Girl
Scout first aid course, before the
badges were distributed.
Following the presentation of
awards, Mrs. John T- Browne,
wife of Lt. col. John T.Browne,
closed the court with the an-
nouncement that Mrs. E. C. Day
would replace her as Troop Lead-
er next year. Mrs. Browne, who
established the troop two years
ago will depart with her family
for the 8tates in the near future.
At the conclusion of the cere-
mony. Mrs. Lois Tinkler, on be-
half of the Scouts and the Troop
Committee, pre s e n t e d Mrs.
Browne with an evening bag, ln
recognition of her services.
That's His Name
Z. Z. Zlzz Is in the Zone.
And the name isn't zaney; lt
is Zane Zenas Zizz.
If that makes you dizzy, think ,
of the tizzy ln the Personnel | la^. sencl thrm
A total of 29 arrests. 12 for
murder, were made Monday af-
ter Nellie Tucker. 45, was killed
when strikers tipped over an
automobile at the mill gates.
Sheriff Reumen Lyons said 111
men have been seized since the
trouble began May 31.
Governor Talmadge turned
down a request by the sheriff
Monday for National Guard aid.
US Youngsters Will
Aid World Accord
In Sorties Abroad
Brazilian Student
Fakes Kidnapping
To Evade Exams
SAO PAULO. Brazil, June 20!
(UP)Eduardo A. Matarazzo. 19,
son of multi-millionaire Indus- i
trlallst Francisco Matarazzo, to-
day admitted he had organized i
Ills $550,000 kidnapping so he i
would not have to take his i
many, Scotland. Sweden, Hoi- school examinations,
land, France, Yugoslavia, Eng-1 His father had threatened to
[cut off his monthly allowance
Bureau which carried on the i '" ^Sm""^a^S^d\JtielT. |'f > falled these examinations ;
correspondence that resulted In ="?"'" "^"i^.01^!"5 ^^ !
(USI8) A group of 20 young
Americans will leave for Europe
and. Latin America later this
month as "Community Ambas-
sadors" ln a unique educational
project designed to foster inter-
natoinal understanding through
the youths of the world.
The Americans, from 12 commu-
nities in the states of New York,
Vermont, Michigan and Connec-
ticut, will spend two months in
Brazil, Colombia, Mxico. Ger-
other women, when strikers'
turned it over. He said the
falling car crushed her. Lyons
also said th* 200 workers on
picket duty had halted four
other cars and stoned them
Near panic gripped the throng
at the courthouse yesterday
when a sudden explosion was!
heard on the north side of the
building. A tire on a passing,
truck had blown out.
Former state representative'
Bobby Lee Cook, representing
the union in a company-won
Injunction against Interfering
with work at the mill, denied
there had been anv violations
which would hold the union,
liable for contempt o fcourt.
the employment of Mr. Zizz by
The Panama Canal.
committees to raise the neces-
sary funds, to select the best
Acc^ding-to^'pe'rsonnel peo- gjjnl = ,^1?"Job's"
tical phenomenon are simple as mUnity ambassador
a, b, Z."
Mr. and Mrs. Zizz and two-
year-old William Zizz arrived by
air Tuesday. They came from
Coulee Dam, Washington, where
Mr. Zizz was assistant power
house operator for the United
States Bureau of Reclamation.
He will go to Work this week
.ill U nl DJ*n IIU.,^1 illUlIILJ. ...
As he had omitted to attend '
most of his classes, this failure '
was pretty much a certainty.
Young Matarazzo was found .
Pp Vnrb early t0day b0Und and W&ed-
sponsored by the New York:
will live at Pedro Miguel.
They have long since become
accustomed to all kinds of
questions, quips and conversa-
tion concerning the name. Mr.
Zizz explains, "If anyone can
get a laugh out of lt, we're go-
ing to laugh with them."
Further facts about the Ziz-
Mr. ZUz says he has never
answered when someone sneez-.
ed. If he were in this year's lo-'
as tourists but rather as mem-
bers of adopted families of the
per, handed a ransom note to
ucia ui auuuicu lamines ui me mnlfMnk f f-ih,... _-_-- ,
communities they visit. They ^S ?U?l& "??ra; i
will spend the two months In
the homes of families abroad
v Labor, civic and business
zo warning that both son and
father would be killed If the '
ransom was not left at a .spot '
near a main highway by 10 o'- '
clock that night. A map show- '
groups ln the various U.S. com- ftLwhere.;he monev. was to b ,
munities cooperated ln raising
the funds necessary to send this
year's "ambassadors* abroad.
left for. the contact man.
Family representatives failed j
to establish contact with the ,
_ believed kidnappers at this time
cat telephone directory, his and place,
would not be the last name list- | After the note was received
"d. He would be outlettered for, yesterday the police threw a .
that position by a Zipperer, [dragnet over highways, airports i
Ziraman, Zitzman, Zon and and railway stations, and'
Zwlgard. searched underworld hideout*
Zounds! without result. .-.
DOCK WALKOIT Two lone members fright) of the CIO American Radio Association picket"
Pier 30 ln San Francisco. The maritime tie-up hit all U.8. coasts and idled 80.900 in 3 CIO
unions, after labor leaders and shipowners became deadlocked. At left are Idle dockworkera.

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pacific Society
&,393,&tL.aJl.i9ku-DJ.&tLoa 2872
The marriage tf Mist Mary Martin Ntwland. a a sigh Ur of
anst Dr. WUilsm Frankttn Clary, sen t "%*""^fV|
Clary < la* Dr. Clary ""^4,IK?iftJJ t
solemnised mt tight e clock this tvtnlng at tat Cathedral tl
St. Luke in Aneta. . .,,. ttt,
K.li.wi.r tht ctrtaaany. a nMpttm will to> bM at tht
hsme tf Mr. and Mr. Ntwhw* in WaMa *
array Witt Leaves
at Washington
Mr. Murray M. Wise, Charge
l'Aff aires ad Interim of the Uni-
td States of America, left yes-
trday morning toy plant for a
tur days' consultation in the De-
MWtment ofState in Washington.
In his abtence. Mr. Albert E.
3arter, Flrtt Secretary of the
Cmbaaiy, it serving as charge d-
. if taires ad interim. Mr. WUe ex-
' jecta to return to the Isthmus
his weekend.
_ Farwall it BiMt
f Jidim J. Kennedy
Miss Edith Winifred Farwell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Btv-
irett L. Farwell of Wattrtown,
Mast., became the bride of James
J. Kennedy, son of Mrs. George
Kennedy of Lawrence. Mass., and
the late Mr. Kennedy, at a can-
it dlelight service on Monday even-
ing avt eight-thirty o'clock at the
Fifteenth Naval District Chapel,
Chaplain William W. Winter per-
formed tht ceremony.
. Mrs. Abble Linares, organist,
played the traditional wedding
marches. "I Love You Truly," and
The bride was escorted and giv-
en In marriage by Mr. Frank"Cas-
tanso, In tht absence of her fa-
ther. She wore a gown of cream
satin, made with a fitted bodice,
hear'-rthap'Vi neckline, leg-of-
mu\ ye and a very full
skirt, ..veil was ,of finger-tip
length illusion, held in place by
a tiara of seed pearls and she
carried an arm bouquet of white
Miss Betty Mitchell was her
only attendant. She wore a gown
of green and white organdy made
with a cape stole and a foil skirt.
She wore a matching ruffled
headdress, and carried an arm
bouquet of yellow calla lilies.
Mr. John J. O'Connor was best
man for Mr. Kennedy and the
.ushers were Paul Hayden and
TEarl Inman.
Fallowing the ceremony, a re-
ception was held In the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tivoll. Tht
couple have left a on a wedding
trip to the Interior. Mr. Kenne-
dy li stationed in Balboa with the
Fifteenth Naval District Head-
Bridge Winners
Are Listed
Tht winners of tht duplicate
'contract bridga played at tht
Diablo Heights clubhouse on
Monday evening were as follows:
| first, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Norrls;
1 second. Tom Orr and Robert To-
rres; third, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Robinson; fourth. Mrs. 8. S. Ir-
vln and Mrs. Betty Brown; fifth.
Mrs. L. D. Boney and Mrs. J. I.
Theater Guild Board
Will Meet Temerrew
Thtrt will bt a meeting of the
Board of the Theater Guild at
7: SO tomorrow evening at Tht
Shack in Diablo Heights.
Tht Glad Family to
Leave aa Vatatttn
Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Glud of
San Francisco de la Caleta, ac-
companied by their .daughter.
Louise and son. Roben, will leave
by plant tomorrow for a tnrte-
month vacation.
Their trip will include visits to
Costa Rica. San Salvador, Nicar-
agua, Guatemala and Mexico. Af-
ter arriving in New Orleans, they
will motor to Philadelphia, Pa., to
visit relatives.
Btfort returning to the isth-
mus, they will travel to State
College, pa., where Louise will be-
gin her freshman year at Pann
SUte college.
Mrs. Dorsch Honored
at FartwtU Luncheon
Mrs. F. A. Dorsch of CocoU,
who is leaving Friday on the 8.8.
Panama to make her home in the
States, was honored by a large
{roup of close friends at a no-
ca t luncheon held at the Hotel
El Panama recently, .
The group presented Mrs.
Dorsch with a coalport china
flower bowl. Orchid corsages,
were presented to Mrs. Clarence
Jeter and Mrs. Fred Van Slcltn
who art also leaving Friday to
Uve in the States.
I Friends attending were Mrs. A.
I. Shaw,Mrs. G. H. Davis,Mrs.
Valter Gorman, Mrs. John Ack-
er, Mrs. G. R. Barnes, Mrs. R.
!'. Daniel, Mrs. Thomas Cunllffe,
Mrs. William Baldwin, Mrs. Sam
field, Mrs. Carle Harris, Mrs. D.
X. Harned, Mrs. William Ham-
1 ma. Mrs. Vance Howard, Mrs. D.
Hutchison. Mrs. Sam Kivle. Mrs.
.Clarence Jeter, Mrs. Andy Kapl-
1 nes, Mrs. C. A. Luhr.Mrs. Max-
I .ne Mara, Mrs. Thornton Mad-
den. Mrs. Let Sampsel. Mrs. Oto.
' Walker and Mrs. Fred Van Siclen.
It ______
Change tf Residence
Professor and Mrs. Franz Man-
fredl have changed their resi-
dence to Calle 46. No. 44. apart-
ment 5, where they are now at
home to their friends.
Recreation Volunteers
to Meet ta Moaday
Volunteer workers who wish to
help with the West Bank summer
recreation program will meet on
Monday at 7 p.m. at tht CocoU
Gym. Already 235 children have
registered for the arts and crafts
Srt of the program, scheduled to
|in on July 6. and more volun-
teer workers are needed to help
Dana and Mrs. Ferris
i (a Leave far Vaaatlon
" Tht Very Rev. Raymond T.
eris, Dean of the cathedral of
C. Luke. Mrs. Ferris and their
((daughter, Margaret, will leave on
'he S.8. Panama on Friday for a
three-month vacation In the
Tnlted States. Dean Ferris will
tudy at Columbia University in
'Taw York City for six weeks, and
will then tour tht Ntw England
states with his family.
Dr. ar.d Mrs. KeeeJtr
Vaaatiaa in States
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Reeder
of Bella Vista, left by plant yes-
terday for Miami on a vacation
of atvaral weeks to bt spent in
Florida and with thtlr son-in-
law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs.
John Paul Gens of New Canaan,
Mr. Moore Retaras
from Ctatral Amerita- *
8. Scollay Moore of La cresta
returned by plane on Sunday
from a visit of teveral weeks in
Central America.
Shirley C. Ssalth Named
Teen-Time' Consultant at Hotel
Starting Friday night, a series
of "Teen-Time'' get-togethers for
high school teen-agers and mem-
bers Of the college crowd, who afe
now vacationing on the Isthmus
will be held at El Panam.
A tall, pretty teenager herself,
"Shirllta," as she is known to her
friends', has lota of big doings
planned for the younger set at El
Panam this summer. Shirllta.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
E. Smith of El Cangrejo, was
born in Panama and has spent
most of her life here
The flrat "Teen-Time" party
will be an informal get-together
Friday night in the Patio from
S to 12. p.m.
Dinner at Santa Clara .
Htntrs Carl Strgtrs
A delicious buffet dinner was
given in Santa Clara recently at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Keenan n honor of their daugh-
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Serger who are spending
the summer there.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Mb. w
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Richard Williams, Mrs. Betty
Webster. "Pop" Weir, Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Witt and daughter
Fortst, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farr,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hollowell and
children, Cody and Tinker, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Shrapnel and
daughter, Judy. Mr. and Mrs. L.
F. Hallett of Oorgona Beach. Mr.
and Mrs. FrancisLenow, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Alberga, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Koperski. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm, Verner, Miss Genell Bliss,
Mrs. Mary Da vies. Mrs. Maud
Davits, Mrs. Rots. Mr. and Mrs.
Grtgory Oramllch, Mrs. Luques,
Mrs. Nan George, Mrs. Grace
Jackson, Mist Betty Telfer and
Miss Janette Christlson.
Tht Rainbow Ramblers of
APRS played their stringed ins-
truments through dinner and
tor dancing afterwards.
Mexico's Worst
Maritime Tragedy
Sees 23 Drowned
ENSENADA, Mexico. June 20
(UP)A fishing boat capsized
and sank off the southern tip of
Cedros Island Saturday with the
losa of 23 lives In the greatest
sea tragedy in Mexican history,
owners of the craft reported to-
There were 37 persons aboard
tht fishing vessel, but 14 of them
managed to swim to the island
and rtport the disaster.
The fishing boat Oalmex 11
was believed to have been struck
by a powerful wave off the is-
land, an area of strong tides,
according to a spokesman for
Pesquera del Pacfico, the can-
nery that owned the boat.
All available cannery boats
here dispatched to the scene in
a search for additional survivors.
None was found nor ware the
rescuers able to recover any of
tht bodies.
Cedros island U located 120
miles south of here. The cannery
reported all passengers aboard
the Calmex II were Abalone
divers and their helpers. The
vessel carried a crew of three,
all of them lost.
Captain Peacher
Named On Board
For Polio Fund
Captain Robert M. Peacher.
Marine Director of The Panama
Canal, has been named to the
Board of Trustees of the Canal
Zone Committee of the National
Foundation for Infantile Paraly-
sis, replacing Arnold Bruckner,
who retirad recently as Canal
Finance Director.
Major Oeneral George W. Rice,
Health Director of the Canal.
serves as Chairman of the Board
and James Marshall, Chief of the
Postal, Customs and Immigration
Dlvlalon, Is Executive Chairman
of the Board.
Other members are E. C. Lom-
bard, Executive Secretary of The
Panama Canal and Captain A. C.
Smith of the 15th Naval District.
Ira Wright serves as Treasurer.
Funeral Services
For Joseph Hussey
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Joseph
Henry Hussey. who died at his
home In San Francisco yesterday
morning, will be held tomorrow
at 12:30 p.m. at the Corozal Cha-
pel with Rev. L. Shirley conduct-
Interment will follow at the
Corozal Cemetery. Mr. Hussey, a
retired Panama Canal employe, la
survived by three sons, a daugh-
ter, two grandchildren and a
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Headquarters Chapel of the Fifteenth Naval District after
their weddlnR Monday. The bride is the former Lols-E. El-
liott of Omaha, Nebraska. Commander W. W. Winter. USN.
Fifteenth Naval District Chaplain, performed the wedding
ceremony, after which a reception was held In the Rodman
Naval Station Officers' Club.
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Sardine-Sized Channel
Swim mers Ignore Critics
Elbert S. Wald Auxiliary
Inatalls Officers
Elbert 8. Wald Unit 2. Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary installed
their officers for 1051-52 at a
meeting Saturday evening at the
Legion Hall In Old Cristobal. A
covered dish supper was served
the members and their guests,
members of the Pott and other
prominent members of the Legion
and Auxiliaries, preceding the
meeting. '
Mrs. Lydia Nadeau, Depart-
ment President, served as the in-
stalling officer and was assisted
by Mrs. Elosa Murray the Ser-
The new officers are: president,
Mrs. Louise Griffon, 1st vice-
president. Mrs. Alice Alexaitls,
2nd vice-president, Mrs. Isabel
Agulrre. secretary treasurer,
Mrs. Estelle McLean, chaplain,
Mrs. Jenny Redmond, sergeant-
at-arms. Mrs. Celia Bush, hlstor-
, Ian. Mrs. Blllie Crump.
The united presented Mrs.
Griffon and the retiring presi-
dent, Mrs. Frances Gllley and
Mrs. Nadeau orchid corsages.
Mrs. Gllley also received her past
president's jewel as a gift from
the unit.
The Incoming officers received
orchid corsages as gifts from
their president.
MIAMI, Fla.. June 20 (UP)
The Tongay tots ignored all pro-
tests here and In London and
made plans to leave today for an
attempt to swim the 19-mlle Eng-
lish Channel.
"I am too busy getting ready
to leave to comment on every
person in the world who says the
children cartt' 'swim the chan-
nel," aald their father, Russell
The 'latest protests against
Bubba. 5. and Kathy. 4. trying
to paddle across the cold Eng-
lish Channel came from a vet-
eran Channel swimmer In Lon-
don, Ted Temme.
Temme. a swimming trainer
now and the first man to swin
the channel in both directions,
aid It not only would be "crim-
inar' but that neither of tht
children has the remotest
chance of making the.swim in
the icy waters.
"I have onlv seen Bubba on
the newsreels but any child
would have to be dragged out
after onlv one or two miles and
there might be serious conse-
quences." Temme added.
"I have seen youngsters of up
to 10 years come out of a heated
indoor swimming pool after on-
ly half an hour's immersion ab-
solutely blue from the head
down, and I shudder to think
of what might happen to that
youngster after a spell In tht
Several protesting civic lead-
ers of Miami got Juvenile Judge
Walter H. Beckman to write
Juvenile courts In London "to
keep an eye" on the treatment
given the sun-browned young-
sters. One civic worker said:
"There's no reason for them to
swim the Channel except under
But Tongay claimed that his
children get no more exercise
than any other children in
"All I have done U develop
their skill and channel thtlr
energy," he said.
The water babies train for
three hours each morning In the
Atlantic. Bubba has a record of
swimming 22- miles down the
Mississippi at the age of four
and Kathv five miles when she'
was three.
Attending Luncheon
at Hotel El Panama
Mrs. Harry D. Schelbla was
hostess for a luncheon at Hotel El
Panama yesterday to honor Mrs.
Cecilia Espinosa de Arias, the rt-
tl-Ing president of tht Panama
unit of the Inter-American Wo-
man's Club.
The Atlantic Side members of
the Color unit who attended
were: Mrs. Gunther Hlrschfeld,
the retiring president; Mrs. L. L.
Koepke, the incoming president
and Mrs. Humberto Lelgnadler
and Mrs, Stanley Hamilton.
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Commander and Mrs. I. J.
Frankel entertained with an hv-
formal dinner at their residence
on Colon Beach, Saturday even-
Their guests were: Command-
er and Mrs. J. W. Schwartz, Ma-
jor and Mrs. E L. Hamcm and
U. and Mrs. Mark A. Loy.
Departures and Arrivals
MT. Jack Randall, of France
Field left this morning by plane
for Miami. He will spend several
days with his daughter and son*
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Maale in West Palm Beach, be-
fore goijtg to Davenport, Iowa, to
complete hisstudies at the Palm-
er School of Chiropractors.
Mis Janet Graham Is arriving
tomorrow by plant for a visit
with her parents; Rev. and Mrs.
J. W. L. Graham of Oatun. Mias
Graham has completed the
teaching year at Fall Church,
Luncheon for Transient Visitor*
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamer
and their daughter, Eleanor, were
the luncheon guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Adams at their
residence at Brazos Heights yes-
The Hamers arrived from New
York on the S.S. Junior of the
United Fruit Line and left yes-
terday for Golflto, Costa Rica.
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Teenage Announcement
The Atlantic Teenage Club will
sponsor a swimming party at the
Fort Gulick pool, Saturday, from
6:00 to6:00 p.m.
There will be refreshments and
entertainment. The admission for
all who have not paid their dollar
duea and for guests, will be 25
Father and Son Bantaet
The group was seated at long
tables decorated with a flat ar-
rangement of yellow and blue
flowers. Programs In the same
colors marked tht places and
each guest received a boutton-
lert of a huge cardboard sunflow-
er top.
Mr. William Badder presided
as master of ceremonies and an-
nounced the numbers on the pro-
gram. Several songs were sung by
the group with solo numbers by
Keith Moumblow and Thomas
Jordan, Jr.. Mr. Richard'Pen-
nlngton gave "A Father's Wish"
by Edgar Guest. Two other poems
by the same author were given
by the sons. Jay Cunningham,
Bruce Smith, Tommy Gibson and
Jack Wllloughby gave "The Oood
L'.ttle Boy" and Dale Meeks, Er-
nest Stlebrltz. George Cotton and
Billy Thrift gave "Always Saying
The youngest father present
was AS. Hudglns. and he re-
ceived au enlarged bouttonlere of
.red exoria with ribboii stream-
ers, w. O. George Poole, Jr., re-
ceived a similar bouquet for be-
ing the oldest son present with
his father.
The address of the evening was
given by Rev. J. William L. Gra-
ham. At the conclusion of hia
talk Mr. Badders gave a toast to
Rev. Graham, who started the
banquet tradition. The benedic-
tion by Mr. George Poole, Sr.,
closed the program.
Music for the occasion was ren-
dered by Mrs. J. W. L. Graham,
pianist.Mrs. Leon Egolf and Mrs.
William Baddera were co-chair-
men for the dinner and Mrs. Fred
Wllloughby was responsible for
the table appointments and de-
corations. Mrs. Thomas Gibson
r adc the novelty favors.
Cristobal Men's Fellowship
The monthly meeting of the
Men's Fellowship of the Cristobal
Union- Church will bt held to-
morrow evening at 7:30 at the
Rev. Norman Pratt, of the Wes-
leyan Methodist. Church vil)l
speak on his experiences as '-a
missionary In China. Follawlftg
the talk a demonstration orteis-
phone cables will be given by Mf>
Ouy De Long.
All men of the parish art cqr>
dlally Invited to the meeting, af-
ter which there will be refresh-
ments. .,
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Huff-
man of Coco Solo, announce ifta
birth of their first child, a daugh-
ter on Sunday, June 17 at the Ct-
lon Hospital. The baby has been
named Mary Florence.
Mrs. Huffman is the former
Miss Kathleen Donahue, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Donahue, formerly of Fort Gu-
lick and now of Curundu.
PATCHETT, Mr. and Mrs. Ste-
phen E. of Curundu, a daughter,
June 15 at Gorgas Hospital.
DAM. Mr. and Mrs. Santiago of
Panama, a son. June 15 at Gorgas
CHAMBERS. Mr. and Mrs.
Enos of Ft. Gulick. a daughter.
June 10 at Colon Hospital.
ENGSTRAN. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
vey of New Cristobal, a daugh-
ter, June 16 at Colon Hospital.
MAT HEWS. Sgt. and Mrs.
James of Albrook, a son, June 10
at Gorgas Hospital.
VALDEZ. Mr. and Mrs. Diego
of Panama, a daughter, June 10
at Gorgas Hospital.
CENTENO Mr. and Mrs. Jose
C. of Chorrillo, a son, June 16 at
Gorgas Hospital.
HUFFMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
lard W. of Coco Solo, a daughter,
June 17 at Colon Hospital.
BRATHWAITE. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel of Paraso, a daughter,
June 17 at Gorgas Hospital.
LAREMONT, Mr. and Mrs. Se-
bastian of Panama, a daughter,
Junt 17 at Gorgas Hospital.
FUENTES. Mr. and Mrs J_os*
of Panama, a daughter, Junt 17
at Gorgas Hospital.
APARAICIO. Mr. and Mrpa-
vid of Panama, a daughter, Junt
17 at Gorgas Hospital.
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NEA SUff Correspondent
iev.W Yours: Rudy Vallee, It can
now be told, Is gnashing his teeth
because Darryl Zanuck couldn t
see Mm ior the role of General
Erwin Rommell In "The Desert
Fo*J' The ex-crooner moved
mountains in an effort to get the
rol that went to James Mason.
The're's a whisper that all of
Janet Leigh's solo dancing scenes
have been sheared from RKO's
';i>o Tickets to Broadway" and
that the beauty tapping away in
a Busby Berkeley mist Isn't Janet
at allbut a double.
Notes for the autobiography
that she had planned for years
will be found by Fannie Brlce's

Alan Wilson swears he saw this
l(n in Jheri'i Beauty Shop in
Sherman Oaks:
"Old Blondes Never Fad*
Thev Just Dye Away."

Judy Canova will collect $25,000
for 10 days .at the L. A. Home
Show while waiting for her next
Republic flicker. Nice waiting...
Serial queen Helen Gibson is
about to sign a contract to star
In a TV film action series as a fe-
male sagebrush sheriff. She'll do
all her own stunts, too...Ken
Kendal!, popular head of the Bal-
boa Bay Club checks Into the Ca-
lifornia hospital for a minor op-
. .
Shelley Winters ends up with
Alex NIcol, while Frank Sinatra
walks off into the sunset alone In
"Meet Danny Wilson." Ava,
meanwhile, is crooning "Lovers
Were Meant to Cry" Into Clark
Gable's ear in "Lone Star."

One-word description of the
dumb Hollywood doll who winds
up with fancy fur: A Mlnkom-
PP- .
The whisper Is around that
Marlene Dietrich and Director
Fritz Lang are barely nodding to
each'ether. Their feud during the
filming of "Chuck a Luck" Is still
a gab topic around town.
i*. j
promised and hoped for: In
Psramount's "Aaron Slick From
Punkin Crick," Dinah Shore
sheds her red bloomers and Alan
Young uses them to ward off a
snorting bull.
Movletown agents are scream-
ing about the starvation stipends
being, offered by studios to new
talfint and are warning newcom-
ers flot to sign contracts. ..Bill
Gargan will do his first stage
show in 19 years, "The Silver
WrrMtle," this summer. He's on
vacation from his TV show...
Salty' Forrest and Mllo Frank
have been mum about their wed-
ding date, but now Frank Is whis-
pering to friends that they'll tie
the knot In August.

Mist TV queen to dash off-her.
autobiography Is Jinx Falken-
berr.-who's sent the tome to her
One chaptera sfzzlerwill
conoarn her I-want-to-be-a-star
daze on the Columbia lot with,
Ann..Miller, Janet Blalr, Larry
Panks. Rita Hayworth and Eve-
lyn Heyes.

Doctors have advised Lloyd
Nolan, who bowed out of "Court-
in' Time" because of a throat ail-
ment, that he'll be'OK and baclr
to work by late this month.
A modern Lnther Burbank has
popped up with a new glamor
regeUble he's calling a "Rita-
baga." Any day now we can ex-
pect an "Aly Khan-teloupe."

Audrey Totter, who's not going
to Europe for a movie as report-
ed, is telling pals that producer
Arman Deutach has not yet pop-
ped the marriage question.

A local western matinee was
advertised as "Mati-neigh To-

Short Takes: Mario Lanza Is
asking, but not yet getting, $18,-
000 a week for supper club en-
gagements. .The Ray Mlllands'
Bel Air estate is for sale...Judy
Garland will record some new
French songs In French when she
returns to the U. S. In late July.

Overheard In a Hollywood
beauty shop: "I don't intend to
grow old gracefullyI'm fighting
every step pf the way."

Republic will film a movie
titled "Where Are We Going?"
Hollywood is asking the same
question In Its battle with TV.

Talking about a certain movie
executive, Nick Lucas cracked:
"All he needs to get aheadIs a

Olivia de Havilland can't find
the right leading man for "Can-
Theater Guild
Seeks Members
For Coming Year
Are you a frustrated actor
and want an outlet for your
talent? Would you like to assist
In backstage activities, such as
scenery, lighting, prompting and
properties? Or do you prefer to
be a part of the audience and
still be a member of the "gang?"
"Get In touch with The Theatre
Guild, Box 3648, Balboa, c/o
Amy Sartaln, Membership Com-
mittee," says a news release
from that organization.
Whether you wish to help
"put the show on," or to attend
the five plays to be given dur-
ing the coming- year, the dues
are $5.
Try-outs for a new play will
be announced soon.
Ecuadorian Officers
To Discuss Mapping
Problems This Week
Five officers of the Ecuador-
Ian Army will be guests of the
Inter-American Geodetic Sur-
vey this week, the United States
Army Caribbean announced to-
The party is headed by Lt.
Col. Marco A. Bustamante. With
the colonel are Ma]. Ellezar A.
Saenz, Capt. Carlos Castro.
Capt. Juan Rlvadenelra and
Capt. Jorge Delgado.
The Ecuadorians will attend
a series of conferences relating
to the outline of field operations
of the mapping project current-
ly being conducted In collabora-
tion with IAGS in Ecuador.
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Emergency Drill
This week-end the amateur
radio operators of the Canal
Zone will once again load up
their pickups and private cars
with radio transmitters and re-
ceivers, and move out nto the
open spaces under the sun and
stars (and perhaps some Gold
Coast dew) for their annual
twenty four hour emergency
communications drill.
With the transmitters and re-
ceivers, and a vast amount of
accessory gear, will go several
large and small gasoline driven
power generators, which will be
used to supply power to the ra-
dio equipment. Because the
hams Will work, sleep and eat
beside their transmitters and
receivers, the loads will include
a large amount of subsistence
Check lists of the committee-
men Include such items as beam
antennas and blankets, micro-
phones and mustard, pulleys
and pickled onions, the onions
being for the hamburgers of
B. G. Sanders, Jr. .
Chosen President
Of Margarita Group
At annual elections held in
Margarita recently Bruce G.
Sanders, Jr., was elected Presid-
ent of the Margarita Recrea-
tional Association for the com-
ing term.
Also elected were Waldo Gll-
ley. Vice President; Charles De-
la ney, Treasurer, and Faye
Wheeler, Secretary.
The following were chosen as
directors: Ross Cunningham,
Herbert Engelke, Charles Bath,
Jack Ridge, and Noel Gibson.
The Canal Zone hams, in this
practical test, will be only one
of hundreds of such groups of
amateurs taking to the fields,
the hills, and shores to prove
that amateur' radio Is prepared
to furnish emergency communi-
cations under all sorts of con-
ditions and weather, independ-
ent of commercial power sources.
The 24 hour period from 4
pjn. June 23, to 4 p.m., June 24
will see, across the length and
breadth of the United 8tates,
from Alaska to the Canal Zone,
and throughout our Island pos-
sessions, an estimated 6000 hams
operating some 600 portable sta-
tions in the Fifteenth Annual
A.R.RX. Field Day. The Amer-
ican Radio Relaj League Field
Day on the Zone will be spon-
sored by the Canal Zone Ama-
teur Radio Association's Ama-
teur Radio Emergency Corps
members. Nelson Magner, Atlan-
tic Area Emergency Coordinator,
will be chief of operations and
the portable stations will be lo-
cated within a thousand feet
circle around the Municipal En-
gineers shed.on Jadwln Road- in
Although the field day will
be primarily a civilian demon-
stration, there wllj be a gener-
ous spattering of Army, Navy,
arid Air Force hams at the keys
and microphones, tending gen-
erators, erecting antennas, and
even helping In the culinary de-
partment. Military equipment,
and personal radio equipment
of service personnel, will be used
side by side with civilian gear
and some demonstration con-
tacts will be made on MARS
(Military Amateur Radio Ser-
vice) frequencies.

Chinese Communists
Speed Drive Against
Catholic Church
NEW YORK, June 20 (USIS)
The Communist drive against
Catholics In China "has been
gaining momentum," according
to a dispatch in the New York
The Communist regime this
month ordered the closing of
the Catholic Central Bureau in
Shanghai, which coordinates
Catholic religious work in Chi-
na, according to an account in
the Times written from Hong
Kong by Tlllman Durdln. The
Communist New China news
agency has just revealed that
the Catholic Bureau was order-
ed on June 6 to 'cease all ac-
tivities'," Durdin wrote.
Under the supervision of a
number of bishops, the Bureau
published Catholic literature and
directed the activity of Catholic
groups. An official Communist
newspaper in Shanghai recently
charged that the Bureau was
the "nerve center of foreign Im-
perialism's subversive activities
and conspiracy for Intervention
in Chinese Internal affairs,"
Durdln stated.
The limes correspondent fur-
ther wrote that Communists
have made verbal attacks on
Archbishop Antonlus Rlberl, Pa-
pal Internuncio. He said about
60 priests and nuns from abroad
are Imprisoned, Including two
American bishops. Francis Xa-
vier Ford and Renbert Kowalskl.
Durdln wrote that eight na-
tive priests are known to have
been killed by the Communists
and "at least 100" are in pri-
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The Senate Banking Committee-
voted 7 to 6 yesterday to continue
wage-price-rent ceilings another
eight months but to Wipe .out
Price Chief Michael V. TJiSalle's
two remaining beef price roll-
DISalle said the proposal to
souttle his two planned rollbacks
almost eliminates any hope for
cheaper beef, clothing, shoes, and
many other items.
In a major rebuff to President
Truman, who urged an even
tougher two-year-plan, the com-
mittee also agreed to stretch new
car Installment payments over 18
months Instead of the present 1
and to fbcbld raising the down
payment requirements above
The committee bill would con-
tinue for another year the Ad-
ministration's existing V>wer to
control materials for defense pro-
duction, and would set up a new
smaller defense plants corpora-
tion to see that small business
gets its share of defense orders.
The ban on the two remaining
beef rollbackswhich are aimed
at reducing retail prices 8 to 10
cents a pound by Oct. 1came in
a proviso that would bar any
price rollbacks beyond levels of
Jan. 25 to Feb. 24,1951.
The action, similar to that tak-
en by the House Banking Com-
mittee Monday would leave In-
tact the 10 per cent lire cattle
price rollback already in effect.
It wquld permit a maximum ad-
ditional rollback of about two per
cent, compared to the nine per
cent DISalle has called fon
The House Agriculture Com-
mute today recommended can-
cellation of even the first roll-
back, however. It directed its
chairman, Rep. Harold D. Cooley,
D., N.C., to offer an amendment
In the House to scrap all past
rollbacks and- prohibit future
rollbacks of any material, service
or Wage.
The House Banking Coyynlttee,
which has granted some of Mr.
Truman's requests but voted to
kill the remaining beef rollbacks,
held lengthy sessions yesterday
In an effort to. complete its con-
trol measure by today.
In a morning meeting If refus-
ed to remove price-control ex-
emption from unregulated public
utilities or transportation compa-
nies, as asked by the Adminis-
tration; adopted a provision re-
quiring the Government to con-
sider "dispersal for national se-
curity" as a factor In granting
aid lor building new defense
plants; and rejected an Adminis-
tration request to let price offi-
cials protest public utility rate
Increases before regulatory com-
The close votes in the House
and Senate Committees foresha-
dowed a bitter floor fight on the
legislation in both chambers. It
is not likely-the Administration
will get anything like what it
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Through The Looking Glass
Some Orlngo friends In Panama City were discussing the
difference between working for private Industry thereor any-
where elseand laboring lor the- GovernmentIn the Canal Zone
or anywhere else. .
It was- agreed that private Industry Is teas personal about Its
"Even most ol the larger corporations," said one Gringo, "are
satisfied If the employe liles an application giving such ele-
mentary details as name, address, age and previous experience.
The smaller companies will settle for less. But In the Canal Zone,
or In any branch of the Government service, the application for
a position must reveal everything. Including fingerprints, birth-
marks and his capacity for alcohol."
This reminded a Government man of the new system ior
grading the employe annually on his efficiency.
"For some years now," he said, "we in the Government have
been graded Excellent, Very Good, Good. Fair or Unsatisfactory,
and 1 am happy to say that my rating has been in the first or
second category. But the new system eliminates such adjectives
and restricts your Boss to reporting that your work: if either
Outstanding or Unsatisfactory. If you are one or the other, ne
so informs Mr. Truman. Otherwise he makes no report and you
are automatically marked Satisfactory. .
"To me," the Government man said. 'satisfactory Is a
weasel word. Webster defines it as giving or producing satisfac-
tion; of a kind to meet requirement or expectations. That makes
my rating sound to me as if I were doing just enough to Bet by.
On the other hand, the Chesterfield people spend millions of
dollars every year In proclaiming that their cigarettes satisfy,
and their unchallenged inference is that nobody can ask for more
than satisfaction." ._ _
"Down town," said a Gringo, who works In the Re-
public for a big U. S. outfit, "we are not bothered with
such foolishness as efficiency reports. If the manager
says. 'How is young Sweeney doing*,' and the report is,
'He's a hell of a fine worker,' that means Sweeney is Ex-
cellent-Excellent. If, on the other hand, the answer is,
'Not bad,' that means he is good enough or. as you say.
satisfactory. And If the answer should be, 'He smells,
that means It's time Sweeney started looking around for
a new job. These appraisals may not be qnite as fancy
as yours In the Canal Zone, but you don't have to look
thorn up in the dictonary."
"That gives you aJiorse on me." the Government man said.
"I had secretly hoped, of course, that my Boss would mark me
Outstanding this year, but, honestly, how can anyone be out-
standing with an adding machine? Mr. Webster saysand 1 look-
ad It up. hopingthat outstanding means 'projecting, conspicu-
ous resisting, undischarged, uncollected or unpaid. I project
around the waist a little, as you can plainly see and obviously
I am undischarged, since I am still working, but otherwise I fa.l
the definition." __ _. .
The Gringo who works downtown said: "Ive been on botn
aides of the line and I think I can give you an example which
illustrates the basic difference between employment In the Gov-
ernment and In private industry.
"About a year ago." he went on, "we hired a young man to go
for the mall, sweep out the office and run errands. Very nice
lad He soon made himself useful In other ways and last week
he hit the Boss for a raise. The Old Man was secretly agreeable
Immediately, but he asked the youngster to write him a memo-
randum and outline his dirties so that he could send it along to
the Home Office. The kid wrote something like this:
My duties Include going to the postoffice twice a day and
running errands of any description. In the past year I have
been studying the business and now can answer the telephone and
take orders in an emergency. I keep the office neat and handle
customers when everybody else is busy. I like this company and
want to be a salesman. Give me a chance, and I'll how you.
"Now," said the Gringo who works In Panama, If the
sama lad worked for the Government and had similar
duties and had worked for a year and asked for a raise, he
probably would be interviewed by a Classification Board.
He would be asked to Justify his request for a salary In-
crease, and being no dope, and knowing he would get
nowhere unless he made an impression, be would write
something like this: . ,_.
My duties Include going to the post office twice daily. The
responsibility of this mission should not be Ignored. I must show
vigilance In crossing the streets to avoid being run down by
vehicles, because any accident In which I was Involved mlgnt
keep me away from the postoffice, or at least deter me from
reaching it on time. In which event I would not be able to get
the mail. If I did not collect the mail, the company's business
would be retarded or delayed or held In abeyance, and the seri-
ous consequences thus ensuing might result In the company
passing its semi-annual dividend. As a further consequence, the
common stock might tumble on the New York Exchange and the
Chairman of the Board might be forced to resign or jump out a
So much for my responsibility in going to the post office. In
returning with the mall, I must continue to be alert lest I be con-
fronted by such eventualities as are listed above. It is little
wonder that I sleep so fitfully at night and sometimes. It must be
admitted, during working hour also. >
Another of my responsible duties Is that of sweeping out the
office. In the first months "of my employment, when I was a
neophyte, a bumbling beginner, the broom would often get away
from me and I would miss large portions of the floor. This was
a challenge that had to be met, and I was not daunted. In six
months I was the master: the broom had tried to push me around
now I pushed the broom. Mine was the responsibility, and
I have also learned to answer the telephone. The first time
it rang when I was alone in the office. I trembled in fear, like the
tyro I was. But not for long. I soon learned to pick up the In-
strument and say Hello Into the mouthpiece. If a voice asked
for Mr Smith and Mr. Smith was not there. I did not resort to
subterfuge or chicanery. Instead, mv voice went back loud and
vibrant, and full of responsibility. "He ain't here."
I think the foregoing details amply tustlfv my request for an
addition to my emolument, and in conclusion I would like to say
that my Grandfather voted for McKinlev and I thank you. one
el all! May God bless you.
"Well, that's a good story." said the Government man. "and I
don't believe a word of it. but what I'd like to know is, did he get
his raise?"
"It was a shame." said the Gringo who works in Panama.
"The Classification Board approved his petition unanimously but
before the first Increase became due a squirrel got him as he was
crossing the park in front of Balboa Commissary.'-
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Mailbox Editor
Panama American
Dear Sir:
I have always thought that the
public library was a public serv-
ice, but It seems to exist only for
car owners. When it was moved
to its present site, ample bus
service was promised.
If you are lucky enough you
can catch a bus in front of the
Ancon Commissary every once in
a while, but once at the library,
you are stranded, for the bus on-
ly goes by there when It has a
passenger to deliver; so-----how
do you get home?
You can trudge to either Bab
boa or Ancon with an armful of
books and believe me, In this hot
climate it's quite a little stroll.
If I had monev enough to pay
50 cents taxlfare each way. or to
i buy any books I wanted to read at
a bookstore. I wduld have enough
; to buy a car and not have to
j quibble over such minute details
| as a public bus service to the
', public? library.
I don't own a car and I like to
(Soon to be)
There's a completely revamped
first team lineup In the Office
of Defense Mobilization Director
Charles E. Wilson.
Some of the more controver-
sial characters, who were ac-
cused of being too closely con-
nected with "the Interests" are
gone. Among those departed
are Gen. Lucius D. Clay, who
has gone back to his Job with
Continental Can;. .Sidney J.
Weinberg, who has gone back to
his Investment business In New
York as senior partner of Gold-
man Sachs; Fred Searles, Jr.,
who has gone back to his regu-
lar job as president of Newrnont
Mining, a holding company fc-
manv mine properties.
These were the three top |
assistants to Mr. Wilson.
They were also the three
who provided the main ar-
gument for charges that
the U. S. defense production
effort was being run by big
business. Rather than take
this gaff of criticism, they
chose to go quietly. So they're
no longer working for the
government and the public
has lost the services of ex-
perts of proven ability.
Now occupying Sidney Weln-
berg's office is Charles B. Stauf-
facher. He is on loan from Bu-
reau of the Budget, where he
has been executive assistant di-
rectorthe third ranking man.
Mr. Stauffacher's principal
job In ODM Is to ride herd on
Defense Production Adminis-
tration and the other emergen-
cy agencies. He has a reputation
as something of an expert on
organization. During the war he
served in the Naw. in the offi-
ces of the Chief of Naval Opera-
tions and commander of the
Wetsern Sea Frontier. He holds
degrees from Pomona. Ameri-
can and Harvard and first en-
tered government service from
Brooklngs Institution in 1941.
Taking over General Clay's
former resDonslbllltles in stimu-
lating production is Clay P. Bed-
ford, executive vice president of
Kalser-Frazer. He has been
with Henry Kaiser since 1925
and Is rated as one of the coun-
try's best production geniuses.
A native of Texas, Bed-
ford was transportation su-
perintendent for the six
companies that built Hoo-
ver Dam. then general su-
perintendent at Bonneville
and Coulee. In 1941 he was
switched to building ships.
As head ot Kaisers Rich-
mond, Calif., yards, he su-
vervised the building of
129 ships. The Richmond
yard record was the as-
sembly ol one Liberty ship
in four days. 13 >/2 hours.
In charge of metals an* ma-
terials supply, succeeding Fred
Searles, is a newcomer to gov-
ernment, but another experi-
enced engineer and business-
man. He is David E. Erwtn of
Chicago. He retired In 1910 from
the position of vice president in
chame of transportation and
supplies for Pure Oil. He had
been with this company sirrW
A graduate of Sheffield Scien-
tific School at Yale. Mr. Irwln
went Into the mining business.
He served first with Roan An-
telope copper mines, a British
company operating in South
Africa; Then he was a general
superintendent for Kennecott
Copper in Alaska and Phelps-
Dodge in Arizona and New Mex-
ico. Mr. Wilson persuaded him
to come out of retirement to
take the government Job.
Five other top Jobs in the
government's defense planning
agency remain unchanged. Her-
bert A. Bergson. former assistant
attorney general. Is ODWs gen-
eral counsel. Dr. Arthur S.
Flemming, former civil service
commissioner and president of
Ohio Wesleyan, is director of
manpower. Raymond G. Fisher,
director of programs, is a Rocke-
feller Foundation man, formerly
with the Marshall Plan organi-
A. E. Howse, watchdog on the
stabilization program for Mr.
Wilson, is a Wichita. Kan., busi-
nessman. He Is credited with
setting up the V-loan program.
J. Murray Mitchell, Wilson's
staff assistant, is a vice presi-
dent of New York Trust Co. He
served In both World Wars and
In Belgium for the Marshall
Biggest change in Mobi-
lization Bofs Wilson's organi-
zation comes with the ar-
rival of Oeorge M. Harrison
as labor adviser. Mr. Harri-
son is president of Railway
Mail Clerks and a vice presi-
dent of AFL. It was union
labor leaders who raised the
most fuss because Mr. Wil*
son had too many big busi-
nessmen on his Ever since February, he had
been begging the unions to
name one of their top officials
to come in and take a Job. At
the end of April, the United
Labor Policy Committee picked
Harrison and Wilson appointed
him at once.
An office was fitted up for
him and the red carpet rolled
out. But after all the hullaballoo
about "giving the unions a voice
In defensa policy planning," and
the union leaders' protest walk-
out last winter, It has taken live
weeks for Mr Harrison to re-
port for work. Just what he is
to do to save the country, no-
body yet knows and he has yet
to show.
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(Canadian Army photo by NEA Telephoto
EMBARRASSING MOMENT OF WAR Members of a truck crew hi the Princess Pat unit of
the Canadian Armv sit dejectedly atop their turned*over vehicle as thev watch' other Cana-
dian armored vehicle roll by. The boys are waiting for a wrecker to pyll them out of the
ditch, where thev landed during an advance th rough Korean spring rains.___________________
What's $10,000?
NEW YORK.The most damming condemna-
tion of the destruction of our old values that I
have run .onto lately rests In the experience of
an advertising executive I know. This fellow,
who works, for a major outfit, argued the sum
of $75,000 from his budgeters, said dough to be
used to hire three salesmen.
The man wanted top-grade guys, which meant
that he went shopping among the opposition.
He waved a fat $25,000 salary under the noses
of some first-class fellows he, knew. None was
making more, than $15,000 a year. And he got
no takers.
The answers they gave him were the same:
they did not feel that a raise of $10.000 a year
lustlfled risking their established security with
a new firm. Thev were unwilling to gamble,
they said, because their new net income after
taxes would not be enough more to offset the
risk thev would face In switching jobs. Here
vou have the practically unparalleled example
of a man with both bold hands full of riches,
who is unable to find takers.
There was a time when an annual salary of
25 grand represented the wildest dreams of or-
dinary avarice. Twenty-five thousand clams put
you in the yacht-and-town-house class. Two
bits' worth of thousands averages out of 600
bucks a week, and for that kind of scratch you
could wear mink overalls. Even a few years of
that salary would allow a man to store up
enough security to keep him comfortable while
he lived.
But In the case of the frustrated executive
you have several men turning down $10,000
raises because, as the most common cliche of
our time runs, "you can't keep it." This amounts
to depriving money of its worth, and the end
result is a destruction of Initiative, a crippling
of ambition. You eventually wind up With le-
thargy, the translation of which says let George
do it. Letting George do it works two ways
either eventual Communism or Fascism, which
means that in any case the control of his per-
sonal existence Is out of the hands of the Indi-
A man Juat back from the Argentine tells me
simply how Peron clinched his control. He mere-
ly encouraged collectivism, to such point that
when he pulled the drawstrings at the top he
had all the trade unions In the bottom of the
sack. He then was able to use them as a black-
jack, to where a dictatorship as fine as Musso-
lini's is now in operation, with Juan and Evita
squatting at the top.
Whatever we have in this land was not found-
ed on a desire for static security. The original
settlers took a great gamble when they took off
from England. A great many rugged men and
women wound up porcupined with arrows In or-
der that Hollywood and Vine might become pos-
Many of our mighty moguls of Industry today
still speak with an accent that is not local to
the scene. The vast fortunes that built the
know-how that let us win wars were mainly
built on gambling, and I don't mean crap shoot-
ing. The development of new industries rests
on the availability of risk capital. Our national
health rests on a man's willingness to take a
I do not understand this sudden apathy, this
non-craving for adventure, which seems sudden-
ly to have afflicted us. The young men crave
security; thev ask about retirement age before
they ask about the possibility for advancement.
Men offered Increases of $200 a week refuse
them because thev are not willing to take a
chance. I remember I changed three sets of
jobs, once, for a cut of two bucks on one and
a raise of three bucks on the other, merely be-
cause the prospects seemed brighter at the time.
Maybe we are watering down our stock as we
water down our currency. But when a man
loses Interest in making money, you have Just
deprived him of his power. And that goes for a
nation, too.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON. A major mystery is deeply
puzzling those officials whose first concern must
be the comparative power positions of the Unit-
ed States and the Soviet Union. With every
passing month the mystery deepens. It is this:
Why have the Soviets not exploded a second
atomic bomb?
The first Soviet atomic explosion occurred in
September 1949, a year and nine months ago.
The intelligence reports leave no room whatso-
ever for doubt that the Soviets, under the ruth-
less direction of secret police chief Lavrenti
Berla, are devoting a tremendous national effort
to constructing a decisive atomic stockpile. Such
a national investment obviously requires the
most powerful possible bombs, and to construct
the most powerful bombs in turn requires nu-
merous atomic tests.
Fo. reasons explained in previous reports In
this space, the explosion of a Soviet bomb under
ordinary circumstances can be detected by this
country In a matter of hours. Yet the Gelger
counters and the seismographs have been still,
and the air samples have yielded no significant
traces. Why?
The Intelligence experts would give a great
deal for'a sure answer to this question. There
Is no sure answer. Meanwhile, three possible
answers, no one of which Is considered really
satisfactory, are being put forward.
One Is obvious that further Soviet atomic
teats have Indeed taken place, but that the So-
viets, with their mania for secrecy, have so ar-
ranged these tests that our detecting apoaratus
cannot pick them up. This is technically pos-
sible. An atomic bomb exploded, for example,
deep In a lead mine, could probably not be de-
tected. But the reason this* Is a wholly unsatis-
factory answer Is very simple. This sort of tast
would not yield the scientific data which is the
sole purpose of an atomic test.
The second answer Is equally obvious and
equally unsatisfactory. It Is that the Soviets
have not been able to make enough bombs to
afford the use of even one more for testing.
This is a tempting theory, particularly because
at first glance it seems to be supported by re-
liable reports that the frantic efforts to extract
uranium from the captive" Czech and German
mines has suddenly slackened off in the last few
Unfortunately, this slackening Is explained by
reliable reports that new and far richer 8oviet
sources of uranium have now been found, es-
pecially in Turkestan, where rich uranium de-
ooslts have been known to exist since the early
1920s. Moreover, the hard fact is that atomic
bombs simply cannot be assembled one by one
in a laboratory.
To make even one bomb requires a great In-
dustrial installation. And once an Installation
capable of turning out one bomb Is In opera-
tion, it is automatically capable of turning out
more bombs, provided the uranlui raw material
is available.
The theory which is in fact favored is that
Soviet atomic production has In effect been
frozen. The physicists, it Is reasoned, may well
have assured Berla and hla colleagues on the
Politburo that the bomb exploded in 1949 was
satisfactory in all respects. And Indeed, the
evidence available after the 1949 test indicated
that this was probably a somewhat more power-
ful bomb than the Hiroshima-Nagasaki model.
It is further reasoned that the Kremlin may
then have decided to forego any Immediate at-
tempts to improve the Soviet model, and order-
ed all efforts concentrated on providing the
largest possible stockpile In the shortest pos-
sible time. Only after a stockpile of a prede-
termined size had been built would the Krem-
lin Dermlt the Investment of uranium, time and
bombs which atomic testing requires.
In some ways, such a decision on the part of
the Kremlin would not be altogether surprising.
In the case of both tank and plane production,
the Soviets are given to freezing production
when thev are reasonably satisfied with a mo-
del. They then concentrate on maklnn the
largest possible number of units without regard
for minor improvement*. And although the first
Soviet model was certainly considerably less
oowerful than the most modern American
bombs, it is equally certainly an immensely
Dowerful weapon, ouite adequate for any tar-
uets^against which it Is likely to be used.
If this theory Is correct, the explosion of the
second Soviet atomic bomb can be taken as a
signal that the Soviets have a stockpile which
they consider adequate for their .purposes. It is
Interesting also to speculate on how a second
Soviet bomb might be used. At rtieht, the flash
from the explosion of an atomic bomb, say in
the Polish marshes, would be visible for more
than 400 miles, and would thus light Up much
of Western Europe. This lurid alare mlaht have
a rather obvious effect on the Western European
will to resist. The whole tone of' Soviet propa-
eanda. with its endless Doundlng of the atomic
theme, suggests prettv clearly that the Soviets
specialists in psychological warfare have not
overlooked this possibility. On all these counts,
it will be Interesting to see when, and where,
the second Soviet atomic bomb Is exploded.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: Justice Dept. lets Arabian-American-*
oil scandal gather dust; Statute of Limitations will soon
expire; Ex-Gov. Thompson capitalizes on leaving OPS.-.
WASHINGON.-If the Senate ever get* around to a real -
investigation of the Justice Departmentwhich probably never"
will happenIt will find tucked in a pigeonhole a sensational
report on Arabian oil which for three long years ha* been gath-
ering dust.
The Senate investigating committee, of which Harry Truma
himself once was chairman, sent this report to the-Justice De
partment. It outlines a scandalous cheating of the U.S. Govern-
ment and a possible criminal case against the oil companies.
However, the Justice Department has done nothing. Further-
more the Statute of Limitations Is rapidly ticking away, and it
will soon be too late to act. /
The Justice Department's stalling In the Arabian oil case Is
similar to Its stalling regarding the radar grab by the Radio
Coiporatlon of America and the stalling regarding the wire- "
tapping of Lt. Joe Shimon of the Washington police, who was
paid by Sen. Owen Brewster of Maine to tap the phone of Wes*
Coast aviation executive Howard Hughes. In the case of Shimon,
the Justice Department did nothing until about 10 days befora
the Statute of Limitations expired. Then, upon the prodding of
newspapers, a grand jury was calledtoo late to get any con-
clusive evidence.
In the Arabian-American OH Company scandal, some of the
'Iggest oil companies In the country are Involvedoriginally.
Texas and Standard of California, with Standard of New Jersey |
and Sunoco buying 40 per cent interest in Aramco later.
In 1948 the Senate Investigating committee found that Arab-
ian-American Oil had overcharged the navy millions of dollars
by charging lt $1.05 a barrel for oil, after originally promising
President Roosevelt to sell oil for 40 cents a barrel. It was on the
basis of this cheap oil pledge to FDR that he gave $99.000,000 of
lend Lease to Saudi Arabia In 1941.
"To Induce the grant of aid to the Saudi Arabian govern-
ment," says the Senate report which has been gathering dust
with the Justice Department, "the Arabian-American Oil Com-
pany offered to sell to the United States under a proposal to the
President dated April 16, 1941, at prices based on fuel oil at 40
cents per barrel.
"When the United States needed oil because of Its war de-
mands, notwithstanding these prior proposals, the companies
offered the Navy fuel oil at $1.05 a barren on a take-it-or-leave-lt
basis. The Navy was forced to buy the oil on these terms.
"The oil companies were under moral, if not a legal obliga-
tion to disclose to the naval procurement officers their previous
proposals for the sale of oil submitted to the President," con-
tinues the Senate report.
"The oil companies exploited the Government by exacting
high prices for their products despite the assistance granted to
Saudi Arabia at the companies' behest to protect and preserve
the companies' concessions.1'
The Senate committee goes on to tell how the oil companies -
claimed they had doubled their royalties to the Arabian govern-.
ment, and observes: "The US. Government clearly was defrauded
because the royalty payments were not doubled."
It has been nearly three years since the Senate committee
n ade this categoric charge of "fraud." Nevertheless, the Juatlc
Department has made no move, and the Statute of Limitation-
will expire In a few more days.
Industry spokesmen were discussing government controls at'*
a closed-door meeting with officials of the National Production
Authority. -
Several of the business leaders argued against "all-out alp..,.
locations of materials because, they said, we are not involved In,
an "all-out" war. As the question was debated back and forth '
R. S. Gllllam, a pen manufacturer of Petersburg, Va., remained.
silent. Pressed for his- views, he finally remarked:
"Gentlemen, it may be tha^. we are not already in an all-;;
out war, but nobody can make me believe It.
"You see," he added, "my son has just been killed In Korea. .
Georgia's ex-Gov. M. E. Thompson' is. now making a lot of
money out of his dramatic exit from the Office of Price Stabili-
zation when he claimed he was given nothing to do and dldnt
believe in drawing his pay for pure idleness. .
Since then Thompson has spent most of his time lecturing
and writing about how he quit the Government, and Is even
publishing a monthly newspaper in Metter, Ga.the "Georgia-
Democrat*'devqted largely to attacking the Price Control Office.
However, the ex-Governor doesn't tell his readers and his
lecture audiences the full story..
He has never mentioned, for Instance, that he signed a falsa
claim In order to draw the OPS salary which he said he didn't
earn. He was oh the OPS payroll for 12 weeks, during which J
time he stated publicly that he didn't do a lick of work. What-h*
didn't tell the public, however, Is that he put In a voucher, claim- .
ing his full pay of $53.48 per day, plus expenses, totaling $2,887.92
ior only 12 weeks work. ,
In order to collect this pay, Thompson signed the following
.>ttaement: "I certify that the above account-Is Just and true, in
all respects. My statement of services performed, correctly sets
forth my services on official business."
Yet, when Thompson resigned In a huff, he announced that
he had been given "no assignments to do .anything." In otht,_
words, when he signed a claim for $2,887.92 pay for "servil
performed," he did not tell the truth.
Thompson also hasn't told his lecture audiences how he usad
to annoy Price Boss Mike DISalle by telephoning him at 2 and
3 o'clock In the morning. When people get addicted to telephon-
ing other people after 2 a.m. in Washington it's generally con-
sidered that the telephoner has had too much to drinkthough,
of course, habits may be different In Metter, Ga.
(Copyright. 1M1. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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41 Legislative
47 Note of scale
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3 Negative word
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5 Festive
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Escache diariamente la* dos
Majorca noticieros:
12:15 Noticiero Sparton.
4:00 Noticiero Almace-
nes Perein.

Red Panamericana
Panama Amrica
construccin j
Via, Espaa,
final. Llegando"
a Juan Franco,
Telfono 3-1503.
"Al desempleo se
debe la depresin
"Dar facilidad de yabajo debe ser tarea esencial,"
dice la Industria
"Intensificar los posibilidades de trabajo es lo tarea
primordial para aliviar la situacin econmica de la Rep-
blica", fu una de las ideas centrales expuestas ayer f or
los industriales ol discutirse en el seno del Sindicato de
Industriales de Pdnam varios de los problemas que vienen
afectando la vida econmica del pas*
Luego, al tratarse obre las
cuestiones arancelarlas, el Sin-
dicato lleg a la conclusin de
3ue la causa principal de la
epresin econmica, no se pue-
de atribuir a la alza o baja
de loa aranceles, al extremo
de que uno de los Directores
Industriales dijo: "Se trata de
un problema de desempleo y
no de aranceles el que afecta
la economa del pas."
La sesin efectuada ayer por
el Sindicato de Industriales tu-
vo por mvil el nombramiento
de una comisin para que re-
dacte un memorndum que se-
r entregado al Excelentsimo
Si. Presidente de la Repblica
y a ios Ministros de Agricultu-
ra, Comercio e industrias y de
Hacienda, en el cual se expon-
drn los punto! de vista del
Sindicato de Industriales en re-
lacin con los problemas eco-
nmicos, y en el que se de-
mostrar que la situacin ge-
neral del pas mejorar tan
pronto se aumente el poder ad-
quisitivo del pueblo.
Los industriales escogidos pa-
ra redactar el memorndum a-
ludido son: Enrique Alberto de
la Ossa, Rogelio Rodrguez y
Jorge 1. Cont, quienes lo pre-
sentarn a la consideracin del
Sindicato en el curso de la pre-
sente semana, teniendo como
base los punto? de vista de las
distintas ramas industriales que
forman el Sindicato.
El avance de las fuerzas
aliadas es incontenible
La Pan American
Airways acusa a
la Grace Company
(UP). La Pan American
World Airways acus a la W. R.
Grace Company de tratar de
dominar los servicios de trans-
porte entre la costa oriental de
Estados Unidos y la costa oc-
cidental de Sur Amrica.
Henry A. Friendly, abogado
de la Pan American declar an-
te la Junta de Aeronutica Ci-
vil que apelara ante los tri-
bunales Federales si se aprue-
ba la propuesta para que la
National Airlines y la Panagra
cambien aviones en Miami.
La Junta haba propuesto un
arreglo "temporal" conforme al
cual la National Airlines se, ha-
ra cargo de los aviones de la
Panagra en Miami y los vola-
rla hasta Washington y Nue-
va York.
La Panagra es propiedad, a
partes Iguales de la Pan Ame-
rican Airways y la W. R. Oract.
Friendly pidi a la Junta que
suspenda toda decisin hasta
que pueda estudiar el acuerdo
de Intercambio de equipo entre
la Panagra Pan American y
Eastern Ahies. La Pan Ame-
rican y la Eastern aseguran que
mediante ese acuerdo daran
mejor servicio desde la zona
oriental de Estados Liados has-
ta la costa occidental de Sur
Rebajan la edad de
reclutamiento en
los Estados Unidos
(U8IS). La ley de conscripcin
militar, que reduce la edad pa-
ra entrar en el servicio mili-
tar y establecer las bases para
el adlestratamlento militar uni-
versal ha sido firmado por el
Presidente Truman.
Segn la nueva ley, la edad
para el reclutamiento ser de
18 aos y % en vez de 19, sien-
do la 25 aos el limite m-
La nueva medida prorroga la
ley basta el 30 de Junio de 1955
y extiende el perodo de servi-
cio, que actualmente es de 21
meses, a 24 meses. Impide el
ingreso de Jvenes de menos de
19 hasta tanto hayan sido lla-
mados todos los hombres dispo-
nibles entre 19 y 25 aos.
Varios millares de Jvenes
hasta ahora aplazados por ra-
zn de edad, podrn ser llama-
dos a' servicio segn la nueva
Los ltimos reductos de la
resistencia comunista ceden
ahora en todos los frentes
TOKIO, Junio 20. (UP). Las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unidas
en las Montaas orientales a-
rrojaron a los rojos al Norte
del ro Nangang a M millas al
Norte del Paralelo 38 y ame-
nazan la mayor red de caml-
minos al Sur del puerto de
Ms de cien aviones aliados y
comunistas se trenzaron en una
feroz batalla a 35 millas al Sur
de la frontera de ManchUria.
Tres aviones comunistas fue-
ron derribados y otro posible-
mente destruido, mientras que
otros seis aviones comunistas
fueron averiados durante la ba-
talla.. Los aliados no sufrieron
prdida alguna.
Esta victoria de la aviacin
aliada ha subido las bajas co-
munistas en cuatro dias de re-
to a la supremaca area alia-
da a nueve aviones destruidos y
16 averiados.
La nica batalla de Impor-
tancia que fue reportada en
tierra por el Cuartel del Octa-
vo EJrcJto ue el avance alia-
do en las montaas orientales
al Oeste de Kansgon.
Los rojos estuvieron ruchando
tenazmente pero finalmente
fueron arrojados a travs del
rio Nangang bajo fuerte ata-
que de las Naciones Unidas.
El avance coloc a los aliados
firmemente a los lados de la
ruta hacia Kosong en el Mar
del Japn en donde la lnea
costera haeja Wonsan en el
nor-oeste a 80 millas l Norte
del Paralelo- 88. Wonsan es la
i posible ancla de una nueva li-
nea de defensa comunista.
El puerto de Wonsan fue
bombardeado hoy por los bar-
cos de guerra aliados por 125
dias consecutivos, el ms largo
bombardeo naval en la histo-
'Pas ' P l Col V
El Jefe del Estado firm traspaso
de los lotes del Liceo de Seoritas
De acuerdo con informes dados a "El Panam Am-
rica'' por el seor Ministro de Educacin, el Presidente
de la Repblica, don Alcibades Arosemena, firm esta
maana el Decreto por medio del cual se cede el lote
para la construccin del nuevo edificio del Liceo de Se-
oritas, que se levantar en PaitiUa.
El Ministro de Educacin manifest que maana se
efectuar una reunin en su Despacho a la cual asisti-
rn tcnicos de Obras Pblicas y de Educacin para dis-
cutir los bosquejes preparados sobre este proyecto.
La construccin del Liceo de Seoritas viene a resol-
Ver un grave problema contemplado por ese plantel edu-
cativo en el desarrollo de sus programas. Actualmente
el Liceo est ubicado en el viejo y desvencijado edificio
donde funcion por muchsimos aos la vieja Escuela
Normal. Los terrenos donde actualmente funciona este
plantel constituyen un patrimonio que ser vendido para
I financiamiento de la nueva escuela en PaitiUa. Segn
hemos informado el Liceo constar con edificios de estilo
moderno con ms de cien aulas y toda clase de comodi-
dades para el desarrollo de sus actividades educativas.
Marian Anderson y el Presidente Arosemena
Slo en dos casos ha salvado
su voto el Magistrado Manuel
A. Daz E. en el ltimo ao
As lo manifiesta el Presidente del Tribunal en carta
dirigida a los Magistrados Rivera y Arjona
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido las siguientes comuni-
Panam, Junio 19 de 1951.
Seores licenciados
Augusto 'N. Arjona Q.
y Rlcaurte Rivera S.
Magistrados del Tribunal
de lo Contencioso-
Estimados colegas:
Habr el sbado
gran festival en
el Jardn Balboa
El sbado tendr lugar en el
Jardn Balboa el festival del
Club de Esposas de Periodistas,
con objeto de colectar fondos
para el desayuno de los perio-
Una de las atracciones del
festival ser la gigantesca tm-
bola que ser instalada y a la
cual han contribuido las si-
guientes casas comerciales:
Cigarrillos Lucky Strike, Ron
Carta Vieja, Cigarrillos Chester-
field, Salr de Belleza Rex, Ron
Montezuma, Teatro Central
Mueblera el Esfuerzo, Ron Ist-
meo. Fbrica Oladlola, Cer-
vecera Nacional, El Panam
Amrica. Alberto Qhitis, Casa
Admirable ptica Sosa, Jos
Menndez. Mueblera Achurra
Teatro Presidente. Teatro Lux
Teatro Cecilia. Teatro Eldorado.
Teatro Amador. Joyera Aldrete
Galletas Pascual y Almacn dr
Msica Aldrete.
Como ustedes, tambin he le-
do en el tabloide "La Hora"
la noticia relacionada eon el
nmero de salvamentos de vo-
tos que se me atribuye he for-
mulado en los "ltimos .das".
Hoy mismo mand una aclara-
cin a dicho peridico y con
mucho gusto paso a contestar
vuestras preguntas:
Primera pregunta: 81 es o no
cierto que en lo que ha trans-
currido del presente ao el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencloso-Adml-
ruatratlvo ha proferido treinta
y cinco (35) fallos de loa ne-
gocios sometidos a su conside-
racin, entre los cuales ha sal-
vado usted su voto en dos de
Can testo: Es cierto que el Tri-
bunal en lo que va transcurri-
do del presente ao ha profe-
rido treinta y cinco (35) sen-
tencias. Aparte de dichas sen-
tencias el Tribunal ha dictado
numerosas providencias y autos
durante el presente ao. Para
dar esta informacin he con-
sultado a la Secretaria del Tri-
bunal. Es cierto igualmente, que
he salvado mi voto en dos ca-
Segunda pregunta: Si el he-
cho de haber salvado usted su
voto en estos dos casos, el fallo
dictado por los Magistrados Ri-
vera Sandoval y Augusto Ar-
jona adolecen de ilegalidad.
Contesto: El hecho de haber
salvado mi voto no significa en
forma alguna que los fallos dic-
tados por ustedes sean ilega-
les. El salvamento de voto solo
indica que el Magistrado disien-
te de sus colecas en todo o en
(Pasa a la Pag. (. Col. 4)
El Senado confirma
el nombramiento de
Embajador en Pm.
WASHINGTON," Junio 20 (UP)
El 8enado confirm por una-
nldad el nombramiento de John
C. Wlley para el cargo de Em-
bajador de Estados Unidos en
Panam, en donde substituye a
Monnet Davis quien fu envia-
do a Israel.
El Comit de Relaciones Ex-
teriores del Senado habla apro-
bado ayer el nombramiento del
Embajador Wlley,
Ser conmemorado
el Vo. aniversario
de Julio B. Sosa
El Ministerio de Educacin
conmemorar el 5o. aniversario
del fallecimiento del gran lite-
rato panameo Julio B. Sosa,
con un acto cultural que se
realizar en el aula mxima
del Instituto Nacional, el pr-
ximo viernes a las 8 p.m. Di-
cho acto lleva el siguiente pro-
Velada Lrico-Musical en el
Instituto Nacional en honor
del literato Jallo B. Sosa
1Palabras de Introduccin,
por Rogelio Sinn.
2Plano por el Conservatorio
3Elega a Julio B. Sosa. ,
Elsa Kawano.
4Coro del Conservatorio.
5Develacin del busto de Ju-
lio B Sosa, obsequiado al
Ministerio por el escultor
Clausura por su Excelencia
el seor Ministro de Educacin,
don Ricardo J. Bermdez.
7Himno Nacional.
Puede terminar hoy
la huelga martima
Varios barcos estn preparndose para partir esta
noche o por la maana
NUEVA YORK; Junio 20 (UP) LoVbarcos de pas*,
jeros de lujo se estn preparando para zarpar de los puer-
tos norte-americanos mientras se estn llevando a cabo
arreglos para que la huelgo martima termine antes do
las siete de la noche de hoy. __________ _
Los armadores de las costas o-
rlental y occidental de Estado*
Unidos estn buscando un pron-
to arreglo de la huelga marti-
ma de cinco das. Los armado-
res estn listos a presentar una
propuesta "paquete" secreta a
las tres uniones en huelga.
Los propietarios de barcos de
pasajeros de lujo dieron a en-
tender que los armadores esle-
an que sus concesiones a la U-
ntn Nacional Martima (CIO),
U Asociacin Americana de Ka-
uio y la Asociacin de Ingente- 11
ros Martimos sean aceptabas
La American Export Lino a-
nunci que a barco el "Coruti-
tulln" estar listo para zai-
uar maana en su viaje inaugu-
ral hacia aples con 900 pasa-
jeros desde Nueva York.
Sern expropiadas
las instalaciones
Cumple anos hoy
don Samuel Lewis
TEHERAN, Junio 20 (UP).
Un portavoz oficial dijo que el
Gobierno de Irn habla dado
rdenes para que se expropia-
ran las Instalaciones de la An-
glo-Iranian Oil Co.
Kazem Hasslbl; representan-
te del Ministerio de Finanzas
en la Junta Irania de Nacio-
nalizacin dijo a loa periodis-
tas al salir de una larga se-
sin del Gabinete que el Go-
bierno ya habla expedido la or-
Celebra reunin con el Presidente
Hr Directiva del Banco Fiduciario
La foto capta el Instante en que el Presidente de la Repblica, don Alcibiades Arosemena, es-
trecha su mano a la de la eximia cantante norteamericana Marian Anderson, despus del
magnifico concierto que brind anoche en el Teatro Central, donde fu aclamada por ms de
dos mil personas. Al fondo aparece sentada doa Heleodora de Arasemena, esposa del Exce-
lentsimo Seftor Presidente v el Almirante A. M. Bledsoc, de la Zona del Canal de Panam,
Del Banco Fiduciario hemos recibida el siguiente co-
La Directiva en pleno de la Ca. Fiduciaria de Pana-
m, S.A., encabesada por so Presidente Sr. Justo Fabio
Arosemena, celebr hoy una cordial entrevista con el Ex-
celentsimo seor Presidente de la Repblica, Den Alci-
biades Arosemena, con asistencia del Ministro de Hacien-
da y Tesoro, Don Victor Navas, y el seor Contralor Ge-
neral de la Repblica, Don Henrique de Obarrlo, y el
Asesor Fiscal del Gobierno. Don Osear R. Muller.
En dicha entrevista se le entreg al Excelentsimo
seor Presidente un memorndum sobre la situacin ac-
tual de la Ca. Fiduciaria, en el que se le expuso detalla-
damente la labor realizada por la Directiva y los progre-
sos que se han obtenido desde que el Banco suspendi
sus operaciones. '
El Sr. Presidente ratific que su Gobierno est muy
empeado en prestar toda la cooperacin necesaria para
que el Banco reabra sus puertas a la mayor brevedad po-
sible por considerarlo de vital importancia para los inte-
reses del pas, y expuso las medidas que se han tomado
y seguirn tomando con dicho fin.
EL Sr. Presidente y dems representantes del Gobier-
no hicieron hincapi en que al brindar el Gobierno su
ayuda Insistira en que todos los depositantes y deudores
brindarn su plena cooperacin; por consiguiente se con-
sidera indispensable que aquellos depositantes que aun no
han firmado aceptando el plan de la Directiva del Banco,
deben hacerlo cuanto antes para el bien de todos.
Panam, 19 de Junio de 1951.
Queremos expresar nuestros
votos por la ventura personal do
don Samuel Lewis, distinguido
periodista, Director de El Pas,
y ex-DIrector de "El Panam
Amrica", quien cumple aos en
el dia de hoy.
Don Samuel Lewis ha desem-
peado los cargos de Canciller
de la Repblica y Embajador de
Panam ante el Gobierno (is
Qujanse ms de 50
familias residentes
en casa del Seguro
. Ms de cincuenta familias
residentes en la casa de Segu-
ro Social, situada entre las Ca-
lles 2S y 27, denominada "Ren-
ta 9", se han dirigido hoy al
Gerente de la Cala del Segu-
ro Social, Licenciado Manuel
Soils P., solicitndole que se
sirva intervenir para que una
Comisin de Tcnicos estudie
las condiciones sanitarias y an-
tihiginicas en que all se vi-
ve, a fin de buscar la manera
de resolver este problema. |
Dicen los vecinos de esta ca-
sa del Seguro: "En esta poca
de calor se ha agravado ms
nuestra situacin debido a la
temperatura excesiva que so
siente en el ltimo piso anexo
a la terraza, por la falta do
una aireacin adecuada, lo cual
ha trado como consecuencia
que muchos de nuestros hijos
tienen serlos trastornos de la
piel, resfros y otras enferme-
dades debido a la falta de ven-
tilacin, consecuencia de la ma-
la construccin de las paredes,
(Pasa a la Pac Col.
El Puerto Comunista de Dairen est
lleno de Barcos "Panameos" y Rusos
Tripulantes de un buque con
Bandera Panamea hundido en
la China hacen revelaciones
Explican cmo fue hundido el barco por los
guerrilleros nacionalistas en costas chinas
La crisis del papel peridico
TAIPEI, Formosa. Junio 20
(Up) La baha de Dairen s-
t atestada de barcos mercan-
tes que llevan las banderas pa-
namea, rusa y de la China co-
munista, pero las estrictas n..-
didas de seguridad mantienen
a las tripulaciones de los baroos
t,ue no' llevan las banderas co-
munistas mar abierto en la
La descripcin del puerto de
Dairen, 'controlado por fes ruso,
fu hecha por la tripulacin de
un barco de bandera panamea
el Bust quienes fueron res-
catados de su barco ciando ea-
tc se 'nunda y traidoa % Kce-
Toda la tripulacin del B.'t
Inclusive su capitn noruego, el
primer oficial francs y 40 chi-
nos Irn a Hong Kong Un pron
lo como se les consiga trans-
porte. Otro barco panameo, el
Baralab' recibir el permiso
de salida tan pronto como cier-
tas formalidades tcnicas sc:n
La historia del viaje del
"Bust" desde Dairen hasta qut.
fu hundida cerca de las lsias
Chusan al norte de ChekUng
fu contada por sus tripulante
en Keelung mientras esperaban
transporte hasta Hong Kong
El "Bust" sall de Hong Kong
el 5 de Mayo hacia Cantn e'-.
donde tom un cargamento de
airos- El cargamento fu des-;;n
barcario en Swatow y desde alii
el Bust sall para Dairen con
lastre. Ei Bust tom en Dal en
un cargamento de frijol de s--
ya. saliendo de se puerto el 20
de Mayo.
Cinco das mas tarde, despus
Ce haber pasado las Islas Cha
san, unos piratas en un Janeo
a motor con caones persiguie-
ron al Bust obligndolo a dtte-
(Pasa a la Pgina C Columna )
Des diarios de San
Juan se suspenden
a causa del papel
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico.. Ju-
nio 20 (UP) Los peridicos
El Mundo" y "El Imparclal',
anunciaron la suspensin de sus
ediciones dominicales en forma
indefinida, en vista del alto cos-
to y la dificultad para obtene
En un cuadro publicado en
primera pgina en la ltima
edicin dominical, "Ei, Mundo
dice que la edicin, que ha ve-
ado publicndose durante los
timos 25 aos, no volver a
aparecer hasta nuevo aviso, de-
bido tambin al alto costo de
"El Imparcial" explica en su
edicin de hoy, que no apare-
cer por las mismas razones.
Circulation paeada ayer
El aumento en los
precios del papel
afectar empresas
MONTREAL, Junio 20 (UP)
Lor recientes aumentos en el pe
co del papel de peridico ca-
nadiense "puede ser la paja que
rompa la espina dorsal" de al-
gunas empresas editoras de Ea>
taaos Unidos, de acuerdo um
Arthur H. Sulszberger, diiector
del "Times" de Nueva Yoi*.
Agreg, sin embargo, que se
opona a cualquier presin o:l
Gobierno de Estados Unidos pi-
ra controlar* los precios a que
las fbricas canadienses venden
ci papel en Estados Unidos.
Dijo que l era un hombre que
creta en la libertad de empic-
has y no cree en los controles
(UP>. El Presidente Oetullo
Vargas sancion un proyecto a-
seurando la Ubre importacin
de materiales indispensables a
los peridicos.
Educacin encuentra frmula
que dar viabilidad a ayuda
de E.U. para el Artes y Oficios
El Gabinete incluy ayer las partidas para atender
las necesidades del plantel a fin de desarrollar
los programas educativos
Al solicitrsele al Ministro'de
Educacin algunas declaracio-
nes sobre el delicado problema
surgido entre los padres de los
alumnos de la Escuela de' Ar-
tes y Oficios y el Servicio Co-
operativo de Educacin, que lo
integra una misin del Gobier-
no de los Estados Unidos, el
Ing. Ricardo J. Bermdez, dijo
lo siguiente:
"El Gobierno de Panam y
el de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica han firmado un con-
venio para atender a las nece-
sidades de las Escuelas Voca-
cionales y rurales de la Rep-
blica de Panam. El servicio co-
operativo es el organismo de
accin que utilizan los Estados
Unidos para llevar adelante el
cohvenlo. el cual opera a base
de un programa dividido en
proyectos. El de la Escuela de
Artes y Oficios es el nmero 16
y se basa en recomendaciones
concretas, determinando que los
cursos que all se dicten sean
divididos, una parte, en estu-
dios vocaclonales y la otra, en
estudios tcnicos. Esta divisin
se fundamenta en estudios lle-
vados a cabo sobre la capaci-
dad de absorcin del mercado
a un nmero determinado de
alumnos graduados.
Este planeamiento fue arep-
eras a la Pag. . Cal ti
En Marina Mercante
se grada panameo
en Kings Point
KINGS POINT, Nueva Tufif,
Junio 20 (USIS) Cuatro Jua-
nes de Panam. Chile. Colom-
bia y Cuba recibirn grados u-
niversitarios y Ucencias como
oficiales de marina mercante en
la ceremonia que tendr lugar
el Jueves en la Academia deMd-
.na Mercante aqu.
Esta ceremonia ser la cuui-
naein de cuatro aos de es-
tudios y adiestramiento ps|a
173 guardamarlnas de los Esta-
dos Unidos, la Repblica Filipi-
na y pases latinoamericanos
Los graduandos latlnoamc 1-
canos son:
Horacio Ducruet. de Nuevo
Cristbal, Coln, Panam; Jor-
ge Rodolfo Morgenstenrn, de
San Jos de la Mariquia, Chi-
le, Ricardo Moreno Arjona, da
Barranqullla. Colombia; Joit^t
Hernndez Piloto, de MaUniaa,
Cuba. _

r.ir-ima nos
Log errores y los abusos del sistema econmi-
co dentro de la democracia, como los de cualquier
otro sistema u organizacin social, necesariamen-
te producen cierta inconformidad de parte de los
que han sufrido las consecuencias de tales errores
y abusos y de los que sinceramente aspiran por
propia conviccin al mejoramiento de las condicio-
nes d vida de los asociados.
Pero hay otra clase de "inconformes," por lo
general desprovistos de sinceridad, que proclaman
puntos de vista, antidemocrticos guiados por un
apetite desordenado de acoger doctrinas noveles, o
amargados porque crean que no han alcanzado o
que no podrn alcanzar el xito "a que se creen
acreedores dentro del ambiente que prevalece, y
adoptan as actitudes o posturas dogmticas unas
veces, o de desorbitada demagogia en ocasiones.
Cmo en Panam no se ha desarrollado an
el industrialismo no ha habido mucha oportunidad
para que surjan fuertes choques entre trabajado-
res y patronos que pongan de relieve los abusos y
los errores a que se ha hecho alusin. Deben ser
pocos, pues, los comunistas en nuestro pas que sin-
ceramente crean que pueden corregirse esos defec-
tos por el sistema comunista. Y para stos no fal-
taran los medios de que la Democracia pueda de-
Jiostrar que el Estado con legislacin apropiada va
limando asperezas y eliminando iniquidades que las
violaciones o las desviaciones de la ley y de la equi-
dad vayan produciendo. i
No ocurre lo mismo con la otra clase de "in-
confermes" que pueda haber. Como.no hay since-
ridad en sus propsitos ni norma elevada o altruis-
ta en sus ideas o en sus doctrinas, toda reforma de
carcter social que se intente resultara para ellos
incompleta o contraproducente. Y es, por esta ra-
zn que la Democracia puede verse amenazada dev
crios peligros. /
Y esos peligros consisten, por lo general, en
que los totalitarios que se llaman demcratas tra-
taran de conquistar posiciones desde las cuales pue-
dan contribuir a la catequizacin de ingenuos o a
producir desconcierto dentro del orden social que
prevalece. ' - ***
i A JEM* aun sin naber ,()Kr* nes, slroncharan de algn ^signo de "desaso-
siego para-convertir ste en aparente problema de
proyecciones sociales. Se "pescara as en ro re-
vuelto," don; amplia oportunidad para la demagogia
y para satisfacer un complejo enfermizo y acaso
Es sin duda por estas consideraciones que en
otros pases ms avanzados que el nuestro se es-
tn tomando precauciones a fin de que el Estado
no pierda de vista que no slo hay comunistas que
trabajan de frente, sinceramente, sino que tambin
los hay encubiertos, siendo estos ltimos por lo
general de mayor peligro potencial. ________
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato v Efectiva
6t L^arruei
Drew Pearson dice: El Departamento de Justicia deja que
el escndalo de la petrolera rabe-Americana se cu-
bra de polvo; El "estatuto de limitaciones" expirar
pronto; El ex-Gobernador Thompson capitaliza su sali-
da de la Oficina de Estabilizacin de Precios. <

porque ha encontrado
lo que tanto buscaba!
de pie y de mesa.
Avenida Central 91
nado alcn da lleca a hacer
una > verdadera investigacin
del Departamento d> Justicia
lo cual quila nunca sucede-
r encontrar metido en un
hueco un sensacional Infor-
me sobre petrleo rabe que
ha estado recociendo polvo
durante tres larfos aos.
El Comit fie Investigaciones
del Senado, del cual el mismo
Harry S. Truman fue Presiden-
te,, envi ste Informe al De-
partamento de Justicia. Este
contiene una escandalosa esta-
la al Gobierno de Estados U-
ndos, y 'un posible caso cri-
minal contra las compaas pe-
t robras.
Bin embargo, nada ha, hecho
el Departamento de Justicia.
Ms an, el "estatuto de limi-
taciones" est venciendo rpi-
damente y pronto ser dema-
siado tarde para actuar.
La paralizacin del Depar-
tamento de justicia en el
caso petrolero rabe es simi-
lar a su paralizacin en lo
relacionado al acaparamiento
de "radar" por la "Radio Cor.
poration o America" y a U
paralizacin del caso sobre
intervencin de tellonos por
el Teniente Joe Shimon de
la Polica de Washington a
Suien le pag el Senador
iwen Brewster de Maine pa-
ra que Interviniera la linea
telefnica del ejecutivo de
aviacin de la costa occiden-
tal, Howard Hughes. Ea el
easo de Shimon, el Departa- .
ment de Justicia nada htao
sino hast dies da* antea da
que el "estatuto de limita-
ciones." expirara. Entonce*,
despus de mucho Insistir los
peridicos, fue convocado nn
Gran Jurado, demasiado tar-
de para conseguir ninguna
evidencia conclusiva.
En el escndalo petrolero de
la Arabian-American Oil Co,
algunaa de las ms grandes
compaa* del pas estn en-
vueltas, originalmente la de Te-
xas y la Standard de Cajlor-
nla, comprando despus la
Starldard de Nueva Jersey y
la Sunoco el 40 por ciento de
las acciones de la Aramco.
En 1MB el Comit de In-
vestigaciones del Sonado des-
cubri que la Arabian-Ameri-
can Oil le haba cobrado a la
Armada millones de dolare*
de ms al cobrarle 1.05 dlar j
por barril de petrleo, despus
de haber prometido original-
mente ai Presidente Roosevelt ,
vender el mismo a 40 centa-
vo* el barril. Rasado en esta
baja oferta fue que Roose-
velt le conced* a Saudi Ara-
bia 99 millones de dlares en
f restamos y arriendos, en
"Con el fin de conseguir la
ayuda al Gobierno de Saudi
Arabia", dice el Informe dsl
Senado que ha estado recogien-
do polvo en e! Departamento
de Justicia, la Arabian-Ameri-
can Oil Company ofreci ven-
der a los Estados Unidos, bajo
una propuesta al Presidente fe-
chada el 16 de abril de 1941. a
precios basados en el aceite
combustible, a 40 centavos el
barril. , .
"Cuando Estado* Unidos
necesit el petrleo debido a
sus necesidades de guerra, A
pesar de las propuestas an-
teriores, las compaas ofre-
cieron petrleo a la Armada
a 11.05 el barril en una base
de tmelo o djelo. La Ar-
mada se vio obligada a com-
prar el petrleo en estas con-
"Las compaas petroleras
estaban bajo la obligacin
moral, si no legal, de decirle
a los oficiales de compras de
la Armada las propuestaa an-
teriores para la venta de pe-
trleo sometidas al Presiden-
te", contina diciendo el In-
forme del Senado.
"Las compaas petroleras
explotaron al Gobierno al
exigir altos precios por sus
productos, a pesar de la a-
sistencia concedida a Saudi
Arabia a peticin de las com-
paas a fin de proteger y
mantener Jas concesiones de
las mismas''.
El Comit del Senado con-
tinua diciendo cmo las com-
paas petroleras a I e g a ron
\ haber tenido que doblar sos
regalias al Gobierno rabe,
y agrega: "El Goblqrno de
Estados Unidos fue claramen-
te defraudado ya que el pago
de regalias no fue duplicado".
Ya han transcurrido tres aos
desde que AJ Comit del Se-
nado hizo esla categrica acu-
sacin de "fraude". Sin. embar-
go, el Departamento de Justi-
cia no s ha movido, y el "es-
tatuto de limitaciones" expira-
r dentro de unos pocos das.
Los portavoces de la indus-
tria estaban discutiendo los
controles del Gobierno en una
sesin a puertas cerradas con
funcionarlos de la Autoridad de
Produccin Nacional.
Varios de los dirigentes .de
la industria estuvieron discu-
tiendo en contra del control
"total" de materiales porque,
segn dijeron, todava no es-
tamos metidos en una gue-
rra "total". Mientras el a-
sunto era discutido, R. S. Gi-
lliam, un fabricante de esti-
logrficas de Petersburgo, Vir-
ginia, permaneci callado. Al
insistirsele que expusiera sus
punto* de vista, dijo final-
Caballeros, puede que sea
verdad que no estomo* en
una guerra total, pero nadie
me har creer eso.
"Ustedes ven", agreg, 'mi
hijo fue muerto hace poco en
El ex-Oobernad.0? de Georgia,
M. E. Thompson, est hacien-
do mucho dinero con su dra-
mtica salida de la Oficina de
Estabilizacin de precia* cuan-
do dijo que no se le haba dado
nada que hacer y que no crea
en cobrar salarlo alguno por
estar de vaga
Desde entonces, Thompson se
ha pasado la mayora del tiem-
po dictando conferencias y es-
cribiendo sobre cmo se sali
del Gobierno, y hasta publica
un peridico mensual en Met-
ter, Georgia el "Georgia De-
mocrat" dedicado en gran
parte a atacar a la oficina de
control de precios.
Sin embargo el ex-Go-
bernador no le alee a sus lec-
tores ni al pblico que escu-
cha sus conferencias la his-
toria completa.
Nunca ha mencionado, por
ejemplo, que firm una cuen-
ta falsa para cobrar a la Ofi-
cina de Establllsacion de Pre-
cio* el salario que dice no
haberse ganado. Estuvo en las
planillas de la Oficina de Pre-
cie* durante 12 emanas, du-
rante las cnaie* declaro pu-
blicamente que no moio una
Consideraciones Sobre la Crisis
"Como decamos ayer", Us partidas globales, es decir, las des-
tinadas en. nuestro Presupuesto de Gastos para el pago de los
tiles y toda clase de materiales que necesariamente el Estado
tiene que comprar, son insuficientes para satisfacer las necesida-
des de la Administracin; y como es Imposible la marcha de ella
sin la continua adquisicin de tiles bienes, para rompecabezas
de la Contralora continan emitindose diariamente las rdenes
de compra, como si nada ocurriera y, de ese modo, la deuda in-
terna aumenta de da a da.
Pero dicha deuda tambin aumenta porque el Estado no solo
no le paga a la Caja de Seguro Social la suma con la cual esta
obligado a contribuir como Patrono, sino que retiene y usa en
otros.menesteres distintos de sus fines las sumas que pagan los
empleados pblicos como asegurados de la Caja. Por cales con-
ceptos, la deuda del Estado con la Caja llaga ya a la suma de
cinco millones de balboas.
El hecho de que nuestro Presupuesto de Rentas no1 cubra el
costo de los servicios pblicos en una o en algunas ocasiones, de-
be prevenirnos pero no alarmarnos, puesto que tal hecho-ocurre
eon frecuencia en casi todos los pases del mundo. En tales oca-
siones, esos pases, igual a como nosotros tratamos de hacerlo
ahora, piden dinero prestado con el cual cubrir el dficit. No
son los mismos, generalmente, los camino* seguidos para obte-
ner el mismo fin. Se diferencia el unoalel otro en que en la ma-
yora de aquellos pases el Estado le pide el dinero que necesita
a sus connacionales, a los habitantes de su propio pas, mientras
que nosotros se lo pedimos a los habitantes de pases extraos.
Quizs se piense que la diferencia no vale la pena de ser men-
cionada, porque, en fin de fines, resulta igual que el dinero lo
preste A o B; y ello no es exacto. En aquellos casos, los inte-
reses del prstamo quedan, tcnicamente, dentro del pas que pi-
de el prstamo; en el caso nuestro los intereses del prstamo se
van de la Repblica, y con ellos tambin se va una parte de
nuestros capitales y una parte de nuestra energa vital.
Muchas personas piensan que, entre nosotros, la colocacin
de bonos que cubran el valor de un prstamo al Estado no es
viable, por dos razones: a) porque la hacienda privada no tiene
sulicientes capitales para inversiones de esta naturaleza, y b)
porque el Estado no es suficientemente serlo y no inspira con-
fianza en operaciones de esta clase. Un* y otro argumento son
Inexactos. i
An cuando no lo parezca la hacienda'privada tiene una
gran capacidad de absorcin de valores negociables, slo que as-
pira a altos y seguros intereses. Y en cuanto a la desconfianza
creemos que es ms terica que prctica y que tiene su origen
en la actitud de nuestras autoridades hacendistas, quienes no
miran con la misma consideracin y respeto al acreedor nacio-
nal que al acreedor forneo.
De ninguna manera podra arguirse que cualquier empresa
local, la Fbrica de Cemento, digamos, tiene mayor solvencia eco-
nmica que la Nacin. Pues bien, las acciones de aquella empre-
sa se pagan a ms del doble de su valor nominal y existe una
extraordinaria demanda de ellas. Por qu razones los documen-
tos negociables del Estado no podran tener la misma acepta-
cin? Sencillamente porque no le hemos enseado al pblico que
tales papeles son tan buenos o mejores que los ms buenos. SI
no fueran buenos no nos lo compraran los habitantes de tierras
Es claro que el Estado debe ser el primero en prestigiar sos
propios valores, y emitirlos de tal manera que tengan elasticidad
comercial y sean de fcil traspaso gracia* a una adecuada deno-
minacin. Que destine, seriamente, una renta que los garanti-
ce; qne la mayor parte de la emisin sea do baja denominacin;
que en las licitaciones del Estado no puedan darse como garanta
otra cosa que dinero efectivo o valores del Estado; que en los
Tribunales de Justicia slo pueda ser aceptado como fianza efec-
tivo o valores del Estado; que tales valores sirvan en todo dep-
sito, en toda garanta que deba prestarse ante el Estado, los Mu-
nicipios y las instituciones autnomas del Estado; que se autori-
ce a los Bancos del Estado a que pueda pignorarlos y se ver que
circularn con Igual velocidad que la que tienen loa valores que
emiten los particulares.
SI eso hiciramos nos ahorraramos mucho dinero. En el ca-
so de un prstamo de veintisis millones, por ejemplo, nos aho-
rraramos un milln de balboas cada ao, es deeir, el milln de
balboas de Intereses que tendramos que remitir al extranjero en
el caso de que all se haga el prstamo quedara circulando aqu
Un mlUn do balboas exportado en concepto de intereses ai
ao y otro milln que tambin cada ao tendremos que pagar
Aclaracin Necesaria
En relacin al "comunicado oficial que define la posici del
Gobierno del Pera en el caso Haya de la Torre", aparecida on la*
columnas de su prestigioso diario, conviene precisar conceptos.
En primer lugar, sostenemos qne el derecho de asilo, principio
de Derecho Americano, no menoscaba en forma alguna la Sobe-
rana Nacional. La Soberana Nacional, democrticamente en-
tendida, es un atributo de la Nacin, es originaria del PoeWo, 1*
pertenece por derecho propio. Para la mentalidad totalitaria, o*
la voluntad del gobernante, es el eapricho del que detenta el po-
der, ea la soberbia del Dictador o del Tirano.
Bl derecho del perseguido poltico a ponerse a salvo de la fe-
rocidad de sus perseguidores, asilndose en una Embajada, no va
contra la Soberana Nacional, contra la voluntad dgl Pueblo; ir,
en todo caso, contra el ensaamiento del mandn. Bl PnOblo,
siempre es noble. Jams se ensaa contra sus hijos que bascan
su, liberacin, que bien pueden equivocarse en el procedimiento.
..V en el caso de Haya de la Torre, del hombre que es la esperanza
de la Nacin peruana, que es el adalid de tos derechos del pueblo
explotado, el querer de los peruanos, v el querer de la America
toda, es inconfundible: quieran verlo libre de toda asechanza. En
consecuencia, negarse a extenderle el correspondiente salvocon-
ducto, no es defender la Soberana Nacional; es demostrar Im-
Aun cuando los venerables de la CU digan lo contrario, no
hay asilo legal ni ilegal. Lo que hay e* procedente o improce-
dente; procedente para todos tos perseguidos polticos e improce-
dente para los delincuentes comunes. El Asilo es precisamente
un derecho que s ejercita contra la ilegalidad, contra la arbi-
trariedad, contra el terrorismo. Asilo legal, tal como lo sugieren
los del otro lado, es decir. Asilo autorizado por loa mismos perse-
guidores, sera sencillamente inconducente.
En segundo lugar, no es verdad que la calificacin del asilado
sea "materia que queda a la apreciacin de los dos gobiernos, do
acuerdo con tos hechos v los documentos que reflejan la realidad
objetiva, dentro del rgimen del Tratado de 192*". ni que "el tra-
tado de 28 de' diciembre de 19SS, "aunque suscrito por los Deloga
dos del Per, y no ratificado por el Congreso", innove el tratado
de La Habana. La calificacin del asilado compete exclusiva-'
mente al Gobierno que presta "asilo, para negarlo o concederlo:
y el gobierno que persigue al asilado, por el mismo hecho de per-
seguirlo, ya est incapacitado para calificar. Esto es de sentido
comn. Y el tratado de La Habana, proclama, como principio do.
Derecho Americano, el derecho de asilo; v el tratado de Montevi-
deo, seala el procedimiento. No hay, pues, modificacin.
Y, finalmente, el falto de la CU, en lo que se refiere a la per-
sona de Haya de la Torre, es incue/.onable. Colombia no debe
entregar a Haya de la Torre al Gobierno del Per; debe cesar el
asilo, pero no precisamente entregando al asilado a sus encarni-
zados enemigos, sino poniendo a salvo la vida del lder de Indo-
El Canciller de Colombia acaba de proponer al Canciller del
Per una frmula decorosa: una Comisin compuesta de dos dele-
gados por el Per y dos por Colombia, que, reunido* *n Washing-
ton o en Ro, presididos naturalmente por el Canciller del pas en
donde se rena, deben estudiar v resolver el ease de Amrica.
para amortisar el capital, constituir, en nuestro presupuesto de
Rentas y Gastos un boquete muy difcil de tapar; y ello, de nin-
guna manera, contribuir a que desaparezca la crisis permanente
aue nos estrangula.
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. ,.r,
Panam. 13 de Junio de 1951
Transporte por aire, mar y tierra a cualquier
parte del mundo.
Acreditado Departamento de Viajes represen-
tando las principales lineas areas y de
Obtenemos visas, permisos de salida y regre-
so y otros documentos de viaje sin costo extra
para el cliente.
Parque de Leaaeps
Calis -X" #3
Panam. R. de P
En la primera semana de julio, todo
el mundo en nuestra urbe, y en 32
ciudades mas de la Amrica Latina,
estar hablando de
paja. Lo que no le ha dicho
al pblico, sin embargo, es
que present una cuenta re-
clamando el pago eompleto
de $53.48 por dia, ms gas-
tos, naciendo un total de
2.887.92 por slo 12 semanas
de trbalo".
A fin de conseguir el pago
de esta cuenta, Thompson fir-
m la siguiente declaracin:
"Certifico que la anterior
cuenta es justa y correcta en
todos sus aspectos. Mi decla-
racin de servicios prestados,
describe correctamente m I a
servicios en asuntos oficiales".
Sin embargo, cuando Thomp-
son renunci repentinamente,
anunci que nunca se le dei
"nada que hacer". En otras
palabras, cuando l firm la
cuenta por $2,887.92 por "ser-
vicios prestado*", no dijo la
Thompson tampoco le ha
dicho su pblico cmo mo-
lestaba al jefe de precios,
Mike Disalie al telefonearle
a las dos y tres de la maa-
na .En Washington se consi-
dera que cuando una perso-
na le telefonea a otra des-
pus d las dos de la ma-
ana es que el "telefonista"
ha tomado demasiado, a me-
nos, por supuesto, que las
costumbres sean distintas en
Metter, Georgia.
Una produccin ROBERT ROSSEN
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mltiples beneficios!
Suave y calmante. Ammen inicia
en seguida la mejora evitando
rozamientos y molestias. selo ta
demora! '
Sola n Hice satiiprlro
como Aromen, puede du
loe mullido, di Ammtm.
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laclone* de Panama ron Ion Futidos Unidos, tres (3) horas durante dos
semestres y Geoarafia Poltica, tres horas durante dos semestres, Las
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de ria pora
probarse Is realisation da estudias en
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3 a f p.m los formularlos que deben llenar tos participantes. II toa-
curso oslar abierto hasta el da 23 de Junio a las 12 a.m.
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Estados Unidos piensa construir serie
de bases areas en el Cercano Oriente
Dos mil millones de dlares
sern gastados e esta obra
necesaria para l defensa
Los Estados Unidos tienen
el propsito de gastar dos mil
millones de dlares en la cons-
truccin de un enorme arco de
bases areas secretas en el nor-
te de Africa y en el Cercano
Oriente, segn se supo recien-
temente en esta ciudad.
La Fuerza Area ha aborda-
do ya a la Casa Blanca en bus-
ca de aprobacin para su pro-
grama y k autorizacin en for-
ma de proyecto de ley ha de ser
presentada al Congreso la ul-
tima semana de Junio o la si-
Voceros de la Fuerza Aerea
han llamado a ste el mayor
Srograma de construccin de
ases areas que se hayan em-
prendido nunca en tiempos de
paz en la historia militar. In-
dicaron que probablemente se
gastarn utroa cinco mil mi-
llones de dlares para la cons-
truccin de bases en los Es-
tados Unidos, asi como en La-
brador y' en Alaska.
Se revel que el plan es pre-
sentar todo el programa de
construccin de bases, tanto en
los Estados Unidos como en ul-
tramar, ep un solo proyecto
de ley que autorice dicha cons-
truccin, y presentar a conti-
nuacin un proyecto de asig-
naciones en que se estipule el
modo en que ha de gastarse 1
El programa propuesto en-
cuadrara en las recomenda-
ciones hechas por el teniente
general Albert C. Wedemeyer
en el sentido de que los Esta-
dos Unido* deberan rodear con
bases areas el "corazn de la
Unin Sovitica." de modo que
los aviones norteamericanos pu-
dieran bombardear dicho pas
en caso de que estallase una
Esencialmente, la Idea con-
siste en proveer nuevos puntos
de despegue para aviones de
propulsin a chorro que lleven
bombas atmicas, debiendo que-
dar dichos puntos dentro del
radio de accin de aqullos, de
suerte que puedan llegar a zo-
as de tan vital Importancia
! como los campos petrolferos
i del Mediterrneo.
"El soviet usa la diplomacia
de la intimidacin" declar
Mac Arthur en Texas el 13
AU8TIN, Texas, Junto 20
(USIS) El General Douglas
MacArthur declar que la Unin
Sovitica est empeada en "la
campaa de Intimidacin diplo-
mtica ms grande que la histo-
ria conozca."
Al dirigirse a la legislatura de
Texas en sesin conjunta el mir-
coles, MacArthur declar que sin
comprometer un solo soldado en
la batalla, la Unin sovitica ha
asumido control directo o lndU
recto sobre una gran parte de la
poblacin' del mundo.
En el't>rlmero de una serle de
cinco discursos en este Estado, el
ex comandante de las fuerzas de
las Naciones Unidas dijo que es-
te procedimiento se ha llevado a
cabo np tanto por los soldados o
la propia fuerza militar del SO-
viei, sirio "por la debilidad moral
del mundo libre."
El Gijneral MacArthur fu des-
tituido del Comando en el Extre-
mo Oriente el 11 de abril desps
de que el Presidente Truman lle-
g a la conclusin de que el Ge-
neral no estaba en capacidad de
dar su ferviente apoyo a la pol-
tica deja ONU y los Estados Uni-
"La debilidad meral" del mun-
do libre, dijo MacArthur. ha da-
do lugar a que varias naciones li-
bres sucumban y abracen los
falsos postulados de la propagan-
da comunista.
MacArthur predijo que si el So-
viet quisiera guerra, sus movi-
mientos seran dictados por su
propia estimacin de "la relativi-
dad de la fuerza militar afecta-
da, tanto real como potencial."
El cuartel general de Elsen-
hower, comandante dq las fuer-
zas de la Alianza Atlntica, es-
to blecldo aqu, est bajo la
constante observacin de los co-
munistas locales, segn se Indi-
c en fuentes autorizadas.
Se sabe tambin que el ulti-
me Informe de los espas co-
nunlstas seala que "el coman-
do areo de Elsenhower ha si-
do Instalado en San Germn
y el aerdromo de Le Pecq es-
t siendo preparado para ser
usado por este comando, cu-
ya linea estratgica cruza,nues-
tro departamento de Sena-
San Germn es una bella ciu-
dad pequea situada a unos
diecisis kilmetros de Versa-
lita. All tuvo su cuartel gene-
ral el mariscal Gerd von Rn-
stedt durante la segunda gue-
rra mundial, cuando los norte-
americanos avanzaban hacia
Pars. *
Le Peep, famoso por sus can-
chas de oK, est en el valle
del Sena un poco ms all de
Ban G, imn.
Elsenhower est, efectivamen-
te, rodeado de agentes comu-
nistas, y aunque los Informes
de stos pueden ser de esca-
so valor ahora, sus actividades
Ate Feo. Boyd No. 4041
Coln R. P.
Tedo Inspeccionada
por el
Departamento de
pueden convertirse en algo ms
serlo en el futuro.
El Informe que citamos trata
a Eisenhower como SI fuera-'el
comandante de un ejrcito hos-
til de ocupacin. Y sigue di-
"Los norteamericanos han es-
tablecido bases areas, navales
y terrestres en cincuenta y sie-
te departamentos de Francia."
(Esta cifra nunca se haba he-
cho pblica.)
Los agentes comunistas sa-
ben por supuesto mejor que el
propio Elsenhower lo que ocu-
rre dentro de las fbricas. Ob-
tienen una Informacin mas
completa porque tienen espas
en todas ellas. El Informe se-
ala que las fbricas Sagem, en
Argenteull, Sncan, en Sartrouvl-
lle y Bloch, en Saint Cloud, han
sido dedicadas exclusivamente
a la produccin de materiales
blicos. Dos de esas fbricas
fabrican aeroplanos, la otra
equipos militares de varias cla-
El informe comunista da por
sentado que el gobierno fran-
cs, que ha permitido el esta-
blecimiento del cuartel gene-
ral de Elsenhower en Versalles,
est Integrado por "fascistas
que colaboran con la potencia
ocupante, los Estados Unidos."
Por lo tanto, el espionaje es.
para ellos, "un deber patrltl-
I co."
El Cuartel General de Eisenhower
est rodeado de agentes comunistas
Han publi'ado que los aliados
estn haciendo 57 bases areas
navales y terrestres en Francia
Ms de trece mil toneladas
de manteca vegetal produjo
la Repblica de Venezuela
CARACAS, Junio 20 (8E1
La mayor produccin de man-
teca vegetal de nuestra histo-
ria ha sido la del ao pasado.
Durante los once primeros me-
ses de dicho ao esta produc-
cin fue de 13,364 toneladas.
comparada con la mxima pro-
duccin correspondiente l ao
de 1948 que fue de 10,099 to-
neladas en toda el ao. El au-
mento que represent la pro-
duccin de los once primeros
meses de 1950 en relacin con
Contina por esfa semana
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I. L. Maduro Jr.
Avenida Central 100
Igual periodo de 1949 fue de
118,07 por ciento, o sa que di-
cha produccin se duplle cot
Durante el ao de 1949 la
produccin de aceite de man
fue de 138 toneladas, compa-
radas con la cifra mxima de
produccin de 1946 con 1009
toneladas. Sin embargo, a par-
tir de noviembre de 1949 y
durante todo el ao pasado,
esta produccin estuvo total-
mente paralizada.
La produccin de aceite de
ajonjol en 1950 fue tambin
record, por cuanto en los once
primeros meses de dicho ao
la produccin fue de 1959 to-
neladas, comparada con la m-
xima produccin de todo el
ad de 1949 que fue de 1745
La produccin de aceite de
algodn en 1956 sigui una cur-
va descendente, proceso este
Iniciado a partir de 1946. En los
once primeras meses de 1950
esta produccin fue de 338 to-
neladas, significando tflfio un
descenso de 7,14 por ciento en
relacin con igual periodo de
En cambio, la produccin de
aceite de coco se recuper en
1950 por cuanto la produccin
de los once primeros meses fue
de 697 toneladas, contra 918
toneladas que haban sido pro-
ducidas en todo el ao de 1949.
El crecimiento de esta pro-
duccin fue de un 20.12 por
ciento en los once primeros
meses de 1650, en relacin con
(igual periodo de 1949.
Manteca vegetal La pro-
duccin de manteca vegetal en
Venezuela, durante el mes de
noviembre de 1950 fue superior
en 537 toneladas, o sea un au-
mento de 184,54 por ciento, con
relacin a la de noviembre de
1949. La produccin de los once
primeros meses de 1950 fue su-
perior en 7.179 toneladas, o sea
un aumento del 116,07 por cien-
to, con relacin a la de Igual
perodo de 1946.
Aceite de man Dorante lea
meses de maVq, junio, julio, a-
gosto, novlerabrefj tHcleqnbre de
1949, y duranleY'ieJ* loa teses
de 1950 ne hubo produccin de
este artculo. El' -total de la
producein de 1649 fue de 13*
Aceite de ajonjol La pro-
duccin de este artculo en ve-
nezuela, durante el mes de ne
vlembre de 1850 fue Inferior en
41 toneladas, O sea una dis-
minucin del 3130 por ciento,
a la de noviembre de 1949. La
produccin de 1*> once prime-
ros mese de 1950 fue superior
en .361 toneladas, o sea un
aumento del 2183 por ciento,
con. relacin a la. de Igual pe-
rodo de 1949.
Aceite de algodn "La pro-
duccin de este artculo en Ve-
nezuela, durante el mes de no-
viembre de 1950 fue superior en
7 toneladas, o sea on aumen-
to del 70 por ciento, con re-
lacin a la de noviembre de
1949 La produccin de los 11
primeras meses de 1950 fue in-
ferior en 26 toneladas, o sea
una disminucin del 7,14 por
ciento, con respecto a la de
igual periodo de 1950.
Aceite de coco La produc-
cin de este, articulo en vene-
mela, durante el mes, de no-
viembre de 1950 fue de 77 tone-
ladas, Igual a la produccin
de noviembre de 1949. La pro-
duccin delos once primeros
meses de 1950 fue superior en
187 toneladas, o sea un aumen-
to del 20.12 por ciento, conge-
lacin a- la de Igual periodo
de 1946.
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uena nutricin
Un servicio del Instituto de Mu Uicin de C. Amrki Panam
Distribucin de caloras en los
hidratos de carbono
Todos los azcares y almido-
nes que se encuentran en los a-
dmentos forman el grupo de In-
rtiatos de carbono formados por
Hidrgeno, carbn y oxgeno co-
mo su nombre lo Indica. La
rente originarla de todos las
adcares y almidones son las
plantas verdes. Cuando las pun
tas tienen exceso de azcar y
necesitan almacenarla, la plan-
ta es capaz de cambiar esa az-
car en almidn.
Para casi todas las poblacio-
nes del mundo la mejor fututfl
ce caloras son los alimentos
aue tienen alto contenido de al-
midn. Todos los granos de ce-
i cales que no son solo los ali-
mentos de ms bajo precio sino
ios ms fciles de cultivar vie-
nen un alto valor calrico. De
uili el especial nfasis que se r.a
puesto en la Importancia ucl
grano de cereales en la econo-
ma mundial de alimentacin.
La produccin de maz en
nuestros pases representa una
fuente potencial de caloras, co-
mo tambin el trigo en la va-
riedad de sus formas, especial-
mente pan, en casi todas us
partes del mundo.
El arroz forma la base de eli-
mentacln en el oriente por ior
luente de almidn, Igual co.r.o
sucede con las papas en otro/
pases de Europa-
Asi se puede observar CU"
mientras ms bajo el stanciar
de vida de una poblacin, mas
alto es el porcentaje de caIoiia3
provenientes de cereales y
papas. ..
Los azcares estn menos ais-
tribuidos que los almidones \
en nuestras reas se consideran
casi un alimento de lujo a pejr
de que su consumo es determi-
nado ms por 1* tradicin de
hbitos alimenticios que por el
estado econmico. Pero los acu-
cares se encuentran en major
cantidad en las frutas que c
consideran como fuente ms e-
flclente puesto que van disol-
tas y acompaadas de minerales
y vitaminas.
Evitarn que lleguen a Panam
moscas que atacan el Banano
El Mercado de Arroz
en los Esfados Unidos
Se teme q' vengan en buques
procedentes de Europa y se
desarrollen en todo el pas
Don Carlos J. Quintero, gecre-
lario de Agricultura se ha du'-
gldo a las autoridades de la *<-
na del Canal, por los conductos
regulares sallcltndole que se
tomen rpidas medidas sanita-
rias para evitar la llegada, por
medio de los buques que atra-
viesan el Canal de Panam, e
una mosca europea que ataca
a las plantaciones de banano.
Medidas iguales han sido to-
madas en los Estados Unidos
ira evitar la propagacin de
_s plagas contra las banane-
ras, pero se da el caso de que
muchos barcos que cruzan el
Canal vienen directamente t
puertos Europeos y en Panam,
no se han tomado medidas pre-
ventivas contra este animal.
Las gestiones emprendidas
por el Gobierno de Panam fue
ron hechas a solicitud de la U-
nlted Fruit Company, compaa
que tiene en el Istmo grandes
Intereses agrcolas. ____
Agricultura resolver el problema
de los agricultores que an estn
presos por el asunto de Mata Rica
Un Delegado del Gobierno,
designado por el Ministro de A-
gricultura y Comercio, Ingenie-
ro David Samudio, se traslaoa-
ra a la regin de Mata Rica, en
la Provincia de Chlriqu, para
estudiar el grave problema de
los agricultores de esa regln,
relacionado con-sus tierras de
El Ministro Samudio dijo que
este asunto se llevar al Con-
sejo de Gabinete y que su o-
Piden vacunacin BCG en todo el
Interior para luchar contra la
terrible epidemia de la tuberculosis
luclrt te ajustar a los Intere-
ses de las partes.
Este delicado problema agra-
rio de Mata Rica se ha mante-
nido sin solucin durante varios
anos y peridicamente loe pro-
pietarios de las tierras de osa
colonia agricola han ordenado
la detencin de los campesinos.
Actualmente se enouentran Jo-
tenidos en la crcel de David
los moradores de esas tierras.
AGUADULCE. Junio 20 (Esp:
clal) En vista de que la t.i
berculosls viene propagandist
por todo el Interior en form*-
alarmante, es necesario que las
autoridades Sanitarias, den los
peos necesario para que se ui-
munlce a los nios con la \a-
cuna BCG. En cuanto a saiu-
iclad existe completo aband-
o en el interior ya que ete
acuna solo se aplica en la clu-
Jad de Panam, y la mayora
de los habitantes del interior
no cuentan con los medios eco-
nmicos para llevar sus hijos a
la capital.
1Ciudad de la Repblica
12Ciudad del Japn, Inv.
13Caldo espeso.
15Mancha en la crnea.
1Natural de Zamora.
20Regin de Alemania,
aiDel verbo rer.
82Dulce de peras.
25Espesos, condensados.
SODe la raza arta..
SILunes. Abv. Inv.
32Sin compaa.
83Onomatopeya .del ruido.
34Que manejan molinos.
88Terminales elctricas.
88Apcope de Norte.
39Rio de Espaa.
40Rollizos, robustos.
44Siembras de trigo.
47_Nombre de mujer.
48 Elemento electroltico.
49^-1 verbo doler.
. 11 europea.
1Lista de comidas galicismo
2Pieza de artillera.
4Almohadilla para alfileres.
8Naturales de Nazaret.
8Emanaciones agradables.
r i
9Mueble asero.
10Tonelada, Abv.
17Igual al 20 horizontal.
19Del verbo rer, Inv.
22Natural de Polinesia.
25"Prueba n vino.
26Ciudad de Argelia.,
27Alcaloide del tabaco.
28 Tela transparente.
32Vigilantes nocturnos.
35-Jgual. al 38 horizontal.
37_Dlvisln Espaola Geogra
{lea, Inlc.
40Hroe nacional suizo.
41Del verbo tomar.
T^Nombre de mujer.
45Gorra militar.
46Artculo, Pl.
Costa Rica recibir ayuda del
Punto Cuarto para viviendas
Ms de doce mil balboas de
agua deben los habitantes
de la Ciudad de David boy
DAVID Junio 20 (Correspon-
sal) Datos suministrado j a la
piensa por los funcionarlos id
acueducto de David revelan que
:.ay cuentas de agua por paar
que montan a la apreciaba sa-
ma de Bs. 12.107-92.
La citada oficina a cargo de
los seore Toms A. Pretil y
Ricardo Alvarado se; propon*
descontinuar el serviciad* ajua
a los morosos. Otras Irregulari-
dades de advierten en las mota*
aciones de agua que dichos (tn
clonarlos se proponen corregir
nanmHR mRnrarcw
tanra nnnn nnnra
nnrarara raran nnn
tintara aran rhhm
iUSIS) Los Estados Unidos
ayudarn al Gobierno de Costa
Rica en un programa de fomen-
to comunal y de viviendas de
conformidad con el Programa
dtl Punto Cuatro para la ayuda
Tcnica, segn se ha anunciado
El Dr. Henry Bennett, quien
administra el Programa del
Punto Cuatro, dijo que un grupo
p: i vado de arquitectos ha fir-
mado un contrato con el Go-
bierno para la realizacin al
El seor Bennett dijo que el
Gobierno costarricense solicit
ia asistencia y asesoramicto
pora el proyecto, el cual tenara
su centro en la ciudad de San
"La necesidad de alojamit.io
a bajo costo en la capital cos-
tarricense es aguda", dijo Be-
nnett. "Ha habido lmlgracien
de familias de los distritos cir-
cunvecinos hacia la capital, he-
cho que ha creado esta coadl-
on". El programa de construc-
cin ser amoldado a las nece-
sidades de las familias de pocos
Elige directiva
un comit de
La Chorrera
El Comit Pro-Mejoras de La
Chorrera ha escogido la slguier-
te directiva:
Presidente, Dimedes rtodrt-
.-ue; Vlce-Presidente, Jallo Pru-
dencio Ayala; Secretario, Ruiuei
Ricardo; Fiscal, Antonio Fuen-
tes; Tesorero, Harmodio H. a-
rranco; Vocal, Jos M. Reyr-a:
Secretarlo de Propaganda: Jjs
S. Aguilar.
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Por este medio se suplica a todos los interesados
ue tengan cuentas pendientes con los Cementerio*
lunicipales de esta ciudad, se pongan al da en el paco
espectivo de los alquileres de sus fosas, pues nos seria
oloroso efectuar exhumaciones por morosidad en ios
uaros de arriendos sindonos fortoso este proceder, debi-
1o a la escaset de tumbas libres para llevar a eabo otros
Administrador de los Cementerios
Panam, 19 de Junio de 1051.
El auterllo Seeretarlo del Junado 8-
fundo dtl Circuito do Panam, en fu,
don do Alfuocil Ejecutor. I pdblieo
a ftnaral,
Q'ir por resolucin da facha IB do loa
corritnttt. dictada ao al juicio eleeett-
vo Hipotecario propuaato por la
"Compaa Fiduciaria do Panam. . A."
contra Felipa aomoro Loe, ia ha e-
nalado ol diai y falo da julio pcosinva
para quo dtntro de las ora leaalee
tanta luar al roraate del bien quo a
continuai-Von ao deaeribe, do propiedad
del ilemado:
"Vinca numero 10.00, Insufls en la
Seccin da la Propiedad. Protincia d
Panam. *n al Raflitro Pblico, al tolla
US del tomo SIS. que eonelsU en lot.
da terreno eitundo en Lea Sabana de
eeta ciudad y cala n el eonstrnfda. da
ua pieo aotrt pilaa/rat de ronereto- La
caaa tlen loa do madera, patadas de
madera y teeho da liiarro canalado, ti
terreno tiene una auperflele da enatru-
ciantoa sesenta y cuatro metro cuadra-
doa (4(14 ra2). dentro de lo alfuieatte
linderos y medldaa linale: Por I Nor-
te. mWe treinta y trae meti da y
cuete cenllmetroe (33.1 m.) T ""
con Iota nmero aiaU <7> de Manual
Bermuda Icata: por el Sur. mde tren-
te, r traa metro- dlaa y nueve cealtme-
troa (.U ) y lln,ta con r*'.,
terreno de Valentin Guerlnl: por al Kate,
mide catorce metroe (14 m.) y linda
con Iota numero aai. <> de Manuel.
Bermde lefia: y por el Oeste, mide
catorce metro. (14 m.) y Hnda con Ba-
ila en pr.vie.-to '
Servlrt da baaa para el remata de la
(inei anta deierlta, le enmn da DOS
SF.Ib CENTESIMOS (B..4I.9I!. caa-
tldad indicad por la ocledad demaa-
dente en el libelo de demanda, confor-
ma el contrato da hipoteca: j eran afer-
toa admlalbiea) la que cubran laa da
tercaraa parta da esa sunaa.
Se aceptaran oferta, haeta Ua eaatra
da It Urda al da nlado y da aa
hora en adelante a aqrn la pnjaa y
rapui ue ndieran preaentaree *'
que sa. cerrada la .uba.ta ."*"
cacln al mejor potar. Pra hbllltar
como poator n requiere aoniltnar pra-
vilmente en la Secretaria del Tribunal el
cinco por ciento de la baae del remate.
Panam, l da junio de 19M,
Secretario dtl Juntado Sefundo del Cir-
culto da Panam.
Ea fiel copla de au orlfinal.
ra cna.lyurante fl afu}r Joaqun Jias
rd- "
El ucrlto Secretarlo Sefundo el Ju-
fado Seaondo del Clreuito de Panam,
en fundente d Al*uicil Ejecutor.
Que par resolucin da fecha II de Junio
>. UH. dltUda en al juicio ejecutiva
hipotecarlo promovida por la "Compa-
a Fiduciaria da Panam. S. A.' contra
Sllveitra Tenorio y Alicia Mafalln da
Tenorio, al cual han introducido torea-
ra CUP.I^II >.> T" ,. ----------------------
nc. y Bloarao Mlf*. S, A.1, se ha .-
alado el da dial (10) da julio prilmo.
para aue detro -d laa hara hbilea
ten. Imar ti attunda remita dtl ! I
mueble que a continuados, aa deaeri-
be, perteneciente a la demandada Alicia-
Mafalln de Taarlo:
"finca numero 11.407, Inscrita a
la Seccin de la Propiedad,' P)rotlcla
dt Panam, an el Ret..lio Ptblteo, 1
folio it del Tomo 83. aue coma-
te en Iota da terreno mareado en el
plana oficial con el ndojiev diti y
tai (U). iluadp en Arraa-*'-
tiii,. de Arraijn. Provincia de Pa-
nama, con una auptrji.-ie da eia-
rientoa veiatlclnca metro cuadrado
I Art m. c). y una caaa en l cene-
"LnbEROSiNortt. limita eon
I nmero quince: Sur. con el Lata)
numero dieolalata: Eitt. taneno de
Cario Icaaa; y Otle. la Avenla
"MEDIDAS: __ Norte, 35 metro
70 centimetrua: Sur. 2* metro 10
centmetro: Ete. U metro y Oat-
tc. 30 metro, ocupando una aupar-
ficia de 121 metro cuadrado.
"Sobra tata Iota de terreno aa en-
cuentra contruida una caaa eisUa
chalet, da un aolo plao, da ancretp,
pisos da moeeieo y teeho de aluminio
con velado da ttjat, la cual mide I
metro dt frdute por 10 matro da
fondo, ocupando una aupafficio dt
to metro cuadrados.
"En laa mejora queda incluido al
aervicio de acueducto, a insulation
sanitaria qua la sine y quada tam-
bin incluido un tanque aptico.
"La construccin Hnda por au
lados Norte. Sur. Eate y Oeste con
terreno desocupado del lote sobre ti
cual te ncuentra edificada."
Sertlr de base para el remate la suma
NUEVE CENTESIMOS cantidad indicada por 11 parta aetora an
al libelo de demanda: y atrin posturas
admisible las qua" cubran la m(Ud 4*
eaa base.
ftra habilitarse como poitor e re-
quiero conalfnar previamente en 1 8a-
cretaria del Tribunal el cinco por ciento
dt la basa dal remate HasU las citro
da la Urda dal dia teBalado ptrA el rt-
matt aa admitirn la propucaUa qua at
hafan y desde esa hora haaU laa claco
sa oirn Its pujas y repujai hu Ad-
judicar el bien al mejor postar. Si a
sa presentare poator por la mitad da i
baaa de) remata ata, hatt nuevo remate
ain necesidad de anuncio al dia aifuitn-
ta da ata efundo y ea di podr atmi-
tlrat postura por cualquier auma.
Panam. It dt junio d 1(11.
Secretarla dtl Jutftdo Sefundo dtl
Circuito de Panam.
Ea fiel copla dt au orifiaal.
Los mercados del arroz per-
manecieron bastantes tranqui-
les durante la semana. se?un
informes del Departamento de
Agricultura de Estados. Unldc <
La nueva cosecha continuar)*
progresando favorablemente en
todas las reas menos en el Mf-
oest* de Louisiana en donda -a
segua y el agua salada amena-
zan causar grandes danos. Los
pedidos de Cuba para envos de
arroz despus del lo. de JuJo
mostraron un poco mis de ac-
Arre* ea Cascara
No se han reportado ventas
de arroz en cascara en el Ol
debido a que la siembra ata
prcticamente terminada y el
arroa para siembra ha sido y cu-
alio en su totalidad- En Texs
se Informa que la cosecha js-
l en muy buenas condiciones ?
que el tiempo es Ideal. En Ar-
kansas las lluvias que estuvie-
ron cayendo durante toda la se-
mana beneficiaron enormemen-
te la cosecha de arros. En al-
gunos campos, ein embargo, >5-
Uavia se est sembrando. El a-
noa ha sido regado y se en-
cuentra, en buenas condiciones
ArrtM Deseasearade
. Laa ventas de arrea descas-
carado han sido bastante fio,as
en loa centros distribuidores de
arros. del sureste. En Jacks-n-
vllle las reservas son baat.nte
amplias. Los precios continua-
ron firmes cotizndose el Kex-
Ark No. 1 a $H.W J Zelth
a jlO.95 entregado en Jackson-
ville. En Savanab no. se repor-
taron nuevas ventas. Las coti-
zaciones da loa molinos conti-
nuaron sin cambiar El Zenith
estaba cotiaado a $10.60-10.76. el
Bluebonnet a $11.50-11.76- y t-
Rxto a $11.75-12.00
Las reservas de arroa descaa-
carado en el mercado de Nueva-
York son relativamente peque-
as y los compradores cojt-
nan haciendo pequeas com-
pras par* sus necesidades lnme
diatas sin celebrar grandes con-
tratos para entregas: futu/us.
Las colinmclones continuaron
sin cambio alguno, cotlrndo.o
el Rexoro No. 1 y el Bluebonnet
a $13\0O-13.25 por quintal, el
Fortuna a U-00-12.25, el Zenith
a $11.75^12.00, el grano grande
de segunda a $ 50-10.00, gra-
nos cortos a $8.00-1.50. y. e a-
rroz. para cerveza y residuo, a
$5.25-8.50. *
El envo de arroz de Estaaos
Unidos a Puerto Rico sum a v.n
total de 270,005 quintales. Al
finalizar el mes de Mayo del
ao pasado los embarques su-
maron 2,519,032 quintales.
El envo de-arroz de Estados
Unidos a puertos cubanos desde
el lo- de Agosto hasta el 24 d
ivlayo. sum a un total de 5,a'.8 -
041 quintales, comparado con
4,713,329 durante el mismo pe-
riodo en la temporada anter.o?.
De acuerdo con clculos cerca
de 380,000 quintales de ste a-*
rroz se encuentran en la zona
Ubre y otros 850,000 quintales en
diferentes puertos, pero no. ha
entrado oficialmente a territo-
rio cubano.
El Director Oeneral de Adua-
nas de Cuba ha ordenado qje
cese la prctica de almacer.ar
arroz en los puertos cubanos, el
cual va destinado a la zona li-
bre de Matanzas. Esta orden e*
i' aplicada a futuros embargues.
Una gran cantidad de arroi
se encuentra acumulada fu.a
de los limites de la zona llore
debido al deseo de los lmpOJtit-
dores de acaparar arroz ha:-ta
qne los nuevos bajos aranceles
entren en vigor.
!$to si is vivir mamita.
El btM ett cnnitnio futrido tt
iante cmodo, libre da irriitcionta
dt la piel... y limpiteito! Ptra tai*
UM Jabn y Ace i te Johnton. Prota-
ja tu nene... hgale grt0 el vivir!
lo atafnr fmrm ti aJf ...
la atafar aara eefeel
n llanta*
Lat pertoBSi ditcemieau tefttlan tu prime p^cls
pera el "BLACK A WHITE" porque tett 1 tabor
vtretadero y el enrcter, cnlidtdet que B^/0*,
producir en ningn otro pit en el mundo epiw>eia.
Dentilado y Embotellado en Eecoeia
y tfo bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortifkqntts
iQuiere Ml vinjr etm SEGrRlDAO,^
ATLAS le ofrecen todo sto... y algo mii
laa llanto ATLAS ejtjwri mj Deseche la*
Mantas viejas y adquiera la llanta jim H
ti* -aa. pt>r su diner: ATLAS.
MMt aajcHtMM a co. iit.. ti*new.
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL. 8. A, DUtriboltlores
Ave. Central No. 14. Panam Tel. t-TIM
En codo el mundo lot niioi eratrtn lit
Hojuela de Atena J-Minutot. Y t atom-
broto le mucho qu* allot lee guata su
itbor. Srvala j veri.
Luego tirvate mieJ tambin un pltio
de un alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que toa ettu luculanta hojuela
de aveaa, madurtdat ti tol y de rico ttber
a nuez, que unto eitimulia el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuela de Aven 3-Minuto
el manjar univerfaltaeaM preferido
par el desai uno.
fco*"1* i

nonu cinco
Informe* para Mf i aeccin te recibes en la
rseaaccn Social
Tasfeaa J-ll
HORAS: S:M a Mi*
iHTtU. 114
Buffet a El Panana
En honor del Exento, seor
Presidente de la Repblica se-
or Alabiadas A. Arosemena y
saftora Hellodora A. de Arose-
mena. el Prealdente de Hote-
lea Intercmerlcanos, aeftor Ro-
bert Else unann y seora Va-
neaaa da Eiienmann, ofrecie-
ron el dominio un buffet en al
Hotel XI Panam.
Almnena en El Panam
La seora Luisa de Schelbla
ofreci ayer un almuerzo en el
Hotel El Panam en honor da
la seora Cecilia E. da Arlas,
al cual asistieron miembros de
laa Juntas directivas entrante
y aallente del Club Interame-
licano de Mujeres.
S3 aeftor Walter Myers y sa-
ftora Roaario Jorge da Myers
ofrecieron anoche un buffet en
su residencia, en honor da la
seorita Ana Lucrecia Arlas y
del seor Guillermo Andreve
R., quienes contraern matri-
monio a fines de esta semana
Para agasajar a la seorita
Ana Lucrecia Arlas con motivo
da su prximo matrimonio, la
seora Mara A. de Diaz y la
seorita Xenla de Jann, ofre-
cieron ayer un t en la resi-
dencia de la seora de Dita.
Para laa Estadas Caldas
Despedimos atentamente al
Encargado de Negocios da la
Embajada de loa Estados Uni-
dos, seo. Murray M. Wlaa
quien sigui ayer para Wash-
ington por la via area.
Para Castr Rica
Despus da habar pasado va-
rios dias en Panam visitan-
do a sus hijos, Dr. Armando
lemando George, Sra. e Hijo
da la ciudad de Peneneaa, agradecen par este aaedle todas
laa ofrenda florales y espreaienes de aandelekeia reeibMaa
por su reciente daelo acaecido ea la persona te
Jets Mara Gaorge
(a. e. p. *.) /
Penonome, Junio 30, 1191. /
Especialista certificado para el diagnostico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de Ja piel, cuero cabelludo y unas.
Consultas sor previa cha solamente.
Via Espaa No. 1 Telfono 3-1073
[Para Rega/oi
Ata. Tvoli No. 16

WALLHIDE, una pintura Mat y emi-
brllante en atractivos colorea.
WALLHIDE, es un producto de insupe-
rable calidad de la
con ti
Calle 16 Esta No. 4
Telefonea: 2-3335 y 2-2M8
"Hay tanta difrancia antro
los Palvai
la Srla.
Dolores Cortina Rrefn
lUza wtcanladnr t fe
iocUdad muirn
Uiforfosteeisla.ao.ee todas
iguale*! "Na te puede saber
cono lucirla lo polvos an al
rastro ear al eelor aue enea asi
laca)a. Hay tanta diferencia en-
tre los polvos!" dios la SrU.
Cortin, bella dtmiu da la so-
ciedad de Milico.
"Pero ahora que be descu-
bierta la eiii9 y salle* sus
sos le Pelv.i Pen y ua sis
aue ase ques * We, * Map
euearaaai otras aalT0-''
Sipa el sosala de e*t belleea
iaterasceail! Compare Ud. le
Polvo Pand's ean loe pelve* fue
ahora usa. Casi del aaismo calar
en la caja sin embargo, vap
coruo los maticea Pond's I ucea
tan diferente sobra su tes ...
un bellos y natumlm.
Lavsrfne y Sra. Marta f. de
Laversne, reditu ..>
jos el aeor Enrique Ponseca
Zftlga. Lo despedimos.
Da Sarasnrlea
Despus de haber pesado una
larra temporada en Lima, se
encuentran de nuevo entre no-
aotroa, la seora Alicia C. de
Porras, y au hijo al aeftor Alva-
ro Porrea O. lias presentamos
un atento saludo de bienveni-
da, a
Huelga de pilotos
estall ayer en
compaa area
CHICAGO, Junio 20. (TJP1. _
Novecientos pilotos y eo-pllotos
de la United Airlines se declara-
ron en huelga, da acuerdo con
David L. Bhencke. Presidente de
le Asociacin de Pilotos.
Bhencke dijo que afectar, e loa pilotos que estn
volando en la operacin de ayu-
de a Coree y tiene le ventaja
de oue habr ms pllotor dispo-
nibles para este operecln de
"Negro es mi Color," la pelcula que consagra
a Marga Lpez se estrenar simultneamente
en lot Teatros "Presidente" y "Variedades"
Orate estada le deseamo*
le aore Katar Neira da Calvo
quien procedente de Chile, pa-
sar varios das en nuestra
capital, antes da continuar au
viaja hacia Washington.
Acompeftade da sua nios t-
grese hoy de Lima, an donde
pes une temporada visitando
e sus familiares, le seora Su-
sana L. da Arlas. Le saludamos
De toe atadas UnUes
Saludemos al seor Eugene
Elsenmann, quien lleg ayer de
Nueva York, con el iln de pe-
tar varios dies en Panam, vi-
sitando a sus hermanos, aeor
Robert EUenmann y seora
vannesa de Elsenmnn.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Cumplen en este foche nue-
va aos de caaadoa el seor Jor-
ga Benedettl y seora Isabel I.
d Benedettl. Loe eludamos
Nuestra congratulaciones pe-
ra l aeor Alberto Aries M. y
seftore Ofellna Ch. de Arlas,
por el relia arribo de au pri-
mognita, ocurrido eyer en le
Clnica Ban Pernendo.
Se encuentra recluida en au
residencia por motivos de salud
la nia Maria Elena Altero, hi-
ja del seor Rogelio Alfar y
seora Lupe de Alfaro. Ojal
mejore pronto.
Abandonan al Hospital
Anotemos complacidos la me-
jor!., de la seora Babel d
Oarcia de Paredes, quien aban-
don hoy le clnica Sen Fer-
Acompaada e su recin
nacido se encuentra de nuevo
en au residencia la seora Ana
de Fernndez.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Angele O. de P. Arles.
Sra. Lie S. de Estripeaut.
Sra. Rosa B. de Mosquera.
Sra. Oderay C. de Herrera
Isabel Vlllarreel.
Sr. Samuel Lewis Jr.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Julia de Bermdez.
Srta. Julia Elene Barrios.
8r. Octavio Ferrer Velds.
Despus de une lerga enfer-
medad, talleci sta maana en
el Hospital Oorgas le Sra. Bu-
sena Reld-Ranklne, madre del
Sr. Rel Red C, empleado e
lh Oficina de Finanzas del
SARCaribbean, y Sra. Judith
S. Ranklne. Le Sra. Rankine lle-
g de Bocea del Toro hace un
ao pare aer sometida a tra-
tamiento mdico. Su hijo, Raul
Ranklne y au esposa, inviten al
sepelio que tendr lugar esta
tarde e las 5 de le terde, par-
tiendo desde le Iglesle de San-
ta Ane.
El Correo de la Muerte
Iglesia de Sen Francisco, ciudad
Solemne Novena del Sagrado
Corasen de Jess
El viernes comenzar le so-
lemne Novene del Sagrado Co-
razn d Jess en este iglesia
parroquial de Sen Francisco pa-
ra culminar el lo. de Julio, do-
mingo, con le tradicional pro-
cesin que ha de recorrer lea
principales avenidas de le ciu-
Por lag maana a laa 6.30 ha-
br misa, expuesto el Santsi-
mo, con cntlcoa interpretados
por un coro de nios.
Por le noche, e les 7.30, se
tendr le Exposicln-Roserio-
Bermn-Preces de la Novena y
Enamorade por primera V di I Correo de la Muerte",
en su vida, Alexia Smith trata ;.t .va U n 1 veucl-Internaclo-
de romper los lazos oue* la -!. en ""ccbnlcolor. que la Un-
unen a los salteadcres de tre- i- r ".->!* protagoniza con Sie-
nes, cuyo cabecilla es Ho-;rd ['.'' McNaliy.
da Silva. Emocionante asetna .ana en el Tropical.
Los marinos en huelga exigen
aumento de 25% y semanas de
40 horas con 48 pagadas
Los mediadores federales hacen esfuerzos para ter-
minar la huelga de 80,000 obreros
El cine mexicano se enfrenta
al cine de Hollywood saliendo
airoso, al ofrecer en esta ho-
re de superacin del sptimo
arte internacional, su extraor-
dinarla produccin: "Negro es
mi Color", que como "Linderos
Perdidos", 'Xo que la Carne
Hereda" (Pinky), "Angelitos Ne-
gros", etc., toca su tema de pal-
pitante Inters, el racial, tema;
que cada' die apasiona ms y
mas a los pblicos de cualquier
latitud y en especial, a los que
como el nuestro, lo viven en
carne viva...
"Negro es mi Color" no es
una mera ficcin cinematogr-
fica, es la historia real, ver-
dica, de una mujer que siendo
de tea blanca, pero de descen-
dencia negra, trata por todos
los medios de pasar por blanca
en su afn de vengarse de los
blanpos que la humillaron y
la hicieron sentir el sonrojo y
el dolor de ser de tez oscura.
En "Negro es mi Color", Mar-
Ka Lpez como Luna, su pro-
tagonista, alean, a le ...< ,-it-
te clon consagralorla de su ca-
rrera ante las cmaras, la cual
de antemano se puede prede-
cir le valdr los ms altos elo-
gios de le critica internacional.
Compartiendo triunfos con la
laureada" Marga, veremos en
este gran produccin del sello
Fllmex", a Rita Montaner, la
extraordinaria actriz cubana
que triunfa plenamente en el
eme mexicano, al gran actor
Roberto Caedo, al impondera-
ble actor Juvenil, Freddy Fer-
nndez, el "Pichl", y muchos
otros actores de valia del cine
fl/t T*Cka
"Negro es mi Color" se anun-
cia para ser estrenada simul-
tneamente para dentro de po-
cos das en los teatros Presi-
dente' y Variedades y de ante-
mano garantizamos su xito, ya
que su tema es de los que
tienen gran acogida entre nues-
tro pblico.
Brinde a sus valas las
exquisitas galletas
De venta en toda
las abarroterias.
nueva YORK, junio 10 (UP)
Los mediadores Federales en
las costes oriental y occidental
de Estados Unidos etn tra-
tando de terminar la huelge,
que ya llave tres dias, de 10 r..i
obreros martimos del CIO que
ha paralizado la navegacin de
todos os buques no necesarios
.-sra le defensa en todos '.os
puertos martimos dfr la naci..n
Clyde Mills, Director Asistenta
del Servicio de Mediacin y Can
dilacin de Estados Unidos vnl
ae Washington e Nueva York
i*ra Haver a cabo conversacio-
nes separadas eon los portavo-
ces de Ice armadores y de las
uniones martimas del Atlantic
JosepVi Curran, Presdante de
le Unin Nacional Martima te-
nia muy pocas esperanzas ae
que se llagara a un temprano
arreglo e menos que los ar;..-
dores capitulen ante les exigen-
cias de les uniones de une au-
mento de 25 por ciento en los
salarlos y une semana de 40 no-
ras con 4 pagadas.
Los marinos de la Unin Na-
cional Martima se declararan
en huelge e medie ocha del
sbado, unindoseles despus ia
Asociacin Amerlcene de Radio,
y la Asociacin de Ingeniero?
Martimos, paralizando 33 puer-
tos del este. Pocas horas Ucs-
jues, los obreros martimos d: la
costa occidental se declararen
en huelga tambin.
Por au parte, Harry Brld*ev,
Presidente de la Unin Interna-
cional de Estibadores declar
oue sus trabajadores no cruza-
ran las lineas de piquetes de os
obreros, martimos, lo que sig-
nifica que miles de estlbadoru
en la coste occidentel no asis-
tirn a sus trabajos mleniras
dure le huelga.
No ha aparecido
an el avin que
se perdi ayer
HABANA, junio JO. (UP).
Los aviones militares y navales
cubanos se encuentran buscan-
do el avin "Lodeatar" de ma-
trcula norteamericana que saparecl en un vuelo hacia ban
Jos. Costa Rica, el sbado pa-
El avin, cuya matrcula iva
sido anunciada como N-25602
cespeg el pasado sbado del
aeropuerto de Rancho Boy;ios
rumbo a San Jos a donde O-
ble haber legado en horas rie
la tarde no tenindose ms no-
ticias del mismo
El operador de la torre de
control de Rancho Boyeros a-
nuncl que no ha tenido co..-
tatto con el avin desde el rao*
ment que despeg. Se Ignota
cuntas personas iban, a bo.ao
del "Lodestar".
Los aparatos militares cuca-
nos han recorrido toda la cs-
te de Pinar del Rio habiendo
llegado hasta la Isla Cozu.nel
sin hallar rastro del avin de7
De Panam Informan que a-
viones de patrulla de la base uc
Albroolc en la Zona del Canal
tambin han estado efectuanaj
la bsqueda del avin desapare-
cido con Idntico resultado ne-
Jtftm/n f ft
afrmJmni urikir
U fulura fjvi* .
preeieeee y variados
'* la ieaaeea atares
dlferontCs tamaa*.
tm tranca y epre.
ea BetM Chine
Avenida central ti
j4a recioiao noy
Un extanao surtido da
para NIAS
de 1 a 6 aos
f^ara ^>eora:
de Seda fra
y de Jersey
de Nylon
45-30 en colores y en blanco
51-15 y 60-15
l-15. 54-15 y a-15
en todos los colores
"Holeproof" de malla
i no se corren)
FAJAS "Permalift"
en tallas 28 a 30
BRASSIERES "Maiden Form"
en gran variedad de estilos
^Avenida Csntrel No. 67
. . d* maquill/*
Polvos, compactos, col-,
retes y lpices labiales.
Jos Santander Alvarado & Ca., Ltda.
Calle 18 Este Central No. 6
HOY o las 8:30 p. m.
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programas Continental
con laa Famosas
. .y la actuacin especial
de la popular
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Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
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72 palabras.
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palabra adicional.
Avr Tunli No. 4
Tel. 2-ZZtl
Para.nr de Letter
Avr. 4 d> Julia
Tal. 2.1441
Ave. Melender 11.151
Til. 2SSColn.
Calla 12 Oaale No. 53.
Calle "H" No. 57 Panama
Ave. Central 12-111Colea.
Estuvo en la Zona el Presidente Galo Plaza
Bienes Races
SE VENDEN:Ca ro. tul-crio taro,
acero acanalado. Fin-Te l.-jrten
ocllodcr paro ciclo! root' made-
ras, lavamanos, excusados, ate.
las precio mil bajos an ploia.
a, llagando a Juan Franco. Tal.
3-1503._______________________ I
.SE VENDE:Picno de segunda roano
rn buenas condiciones. S225.00.
Studio Piano Bennett. Te! 2-1282.
SALINERAS: En tamaos variados
para salisfecer cualquiera necesi-
Avenida B 79
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tal. 2-4332
Pifo inicial mmimo 1.100.00
Maniuol 15.00
o Lotes con Colles y Acueducto-, de
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 el metro
a Alquilamos equipo pesodo para
movimiento de tierro.
a Alquila-nos lotes o largos plazos.
Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B.4 00
semanales ,
: Mndez y Zubiet ofrece en venta
occicnec Abattoir y Cervecera.
SE VENDE: Caohoiros fines, cinco
semanas. Famiho Vilar. Calle 9a.
Parque Lefevre. Barriada Panam
, __ '
SE VENDEN: Relojes Suizos pora
Camas, 15 rubes, barates. Agen-
cias Leignadier. Cic. Tel. 3-2323.
SE VENDE:Mobiliario completo pa-
ra almacn de luio que consta de
vitrina, estantera, mesas pora sas-
tres, todo de caobo, adornos, lm-
poros fluorescentes de 4 tubos de
48 y aparotos poro arreglor vitri-
nas. Todo a precio de ganga. Dir
rijase a Sastrera Hollywood, Ave.
Central. 146.
SE VENDE:Mquina de cortar tubo
y hacer roscas morco Toledo, te-
rrajas y herramientos plomera. Es-
tantes mostradores, escritorios, ar-
chivador, mquina sumar, maquino
de escribir y dems enseres ofici-
na. Tombin truck Ford 3-4 tone-
lado. 1947. Concurra Plomera
Nacional o llame telfonos 3-0291
o 3-0338._________________._____
El Canal de Panam ofrece en ven-
ta, bojo propuestos sellodas que se
han de abrir a las 10 y 30 de la
maana del 22 de Junio de 1951,
309 artculos de partes de repuesto
para carros y camiones Chevrolet, que
t encuentron en el Almacn de Cris-
tbal, telfono 3-1256 y en lo Sec-
cin K, Almacn de Balboa, telfo-
no 2-1465. Se pueden conseguir los
formularios poro los propuestas en
los lugares indicados arriba o en la
rficina del Superintendente de Alma-
renes, Balboo. telfono 2-2777.
'SE VENDE:Por motivo de viaje, un
I comisariato. Para informes consl-
' tese al Tel. 2-3351.
Se presto dinero sobre hipotecas de
lotes y. cosas. Sumas pequeas. Tel.
SE VENDE:Saln de Billares "Lo
Herradura"' por no poderlo aten-
der. Dirjase Ave. B 68. Saln de
Billares la Trinchera.
, SE VENDE: A precio de quema,
con o sin equipo, en el corazn de
la Ave. Central No. 104, la Re-
fresquera Cuba Moderna. Infor-
mes: Restaurante del frente, de
I 8 10 a. m. y 6 10 p. m. Sr.
I Elias.
SE VENDE:Automvil Ce Soto de
tres asientos, propio paro vicie ol
interior. Tel. 2-C09I.
SE VENDE:Packard 42, ambulan-
cia o panel en 250 Balboas. Tel-
fono 2-1290. De 7 a. m. a 1 1-2.
SE VENDE:Buick 1941, 4 puertas
por B.295.00, en buenas condi-
ciones. Acuda a la Sastrera Lon-
dres, Central 187.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos en
San Feo. de lo Cateto. Informes:
Estacin Gasolina San Jos, Via
Espaa No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
cmaras, garage, cuarto empleada.
$80.00. Calle 39 No. 2.
vticio, ynejor precio..
SE VENDE:Gran oportunidod, no
lo pierda. Chrysler Sedan de cua-
tro puertas, modelo 1947 con de-
rechos pogos. en perfectas condi-
ciones mecnicas. Smoot y Pare-
des S. A.
lS VENDE:Negocio acreditado con
clientela de varios aos por no po-
der atenderlo. Muy poco de arren-
do, bien situado, excelente pora
dos GALLEGUITOS que vendan a
plazos o por sistema de Club. Lla-
men ol telfono 2-1756 pora in-
formocin. Horas: 9:00 a. m. '
12:00 p. m. y de 3:00 6:00 p.
OPORTUNIDAD; Finco El Copecifo,
chalet de bloques, moderno, 4 re-
cmaros, salo-comedor, cocina,
servicio, casa de quincha, rboles
frutles, csela con pozo artesia-
no, terreno con 300 metros frente
carretera El Valle, extensin 72,-
000 M2 sembrado de foragua. Se
aceptan pagos iniciales e hipote-
ca para pagar durante 16 aos.
Ocurra Centro Mdico. Doctor Pe-
dro Vazco Nez. Tel. 3-3431.
Experto en colocacin de tejas, eli-
mmocin de goteros. Oficina Tel.
3-3450. Residencio 3-1308.
SE NECESITA:Poro trabojo per-
manente, ebanistas y barnizado-
res competentes. Vio Porros 130.
PERDIDA:Perra Pekins, chocola-
te con negro, llamada Tab, nariz
respingada, rabo rizado. Gratifica-
cin, llame Lieut. Commander,
Dye, Navy 2330.
Artculos de Casa
Joven de buena presencia pora tro-
bajo de oficina y atender al p-
blico. Es estrictamente necesorio
que hable bien el castellano e in-
gls. Lavandera Tip Top, Calle 29
Este No. 20.________
SE NECESITA:Un cocinero chino
que sepa ingls y castellono. Can-
tina Panamo Canal, calle "J" No.
13. Panam.
SE VENDE:Studio Couch Simmons,
ltimo estilo, convertible en cama
doble, cama Simmons doble con
spring. Radio RCA Q-34, siete tu-
bos, juego de lmparo dev pie y
cenicero de bronce. Todo nuevo.
Colle 50 No. 23 Apto. 7 esq. a
SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ro taller, depsito o garage. Para
informes Home al telfono 3-1 147.
SE ALQUIL,:Local pora oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central
SE ALQUILA: Amplio local cerca
del mercado, con puertas a la calle.
Propio para oficina, depsito, tien-
da; etc. Pora ms informes dir-**
jase calle Carlos A. Mendoza 66.
jE ALQUILA:Local comercial en lo
colle S No. 2-A, tiene superficie de
250 metros, para informes solici-
te oficina. Baquerizo. Tel. 3-0699.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo y lave. Altos del
Golf. Telfono 3-0717.
SE NECESITA:Una empleado seria
pora el servicio de casa. Debe dor-
mir en el trabajo. Ave. Manuel Ico-
za No. 18, Urbanizacin Campo
SE NECESITA:Empleada que pue-
da presentar recomendacin. Buen
sueldo. Calle 48 No. 23, Apto.
No. 4.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencias. Familia Morales. Calle 50
No. 2.
SE NECESITA: Una cocinera que.
sepa cocinar. Colle 48 No. 33.
SE NECESITA:Empleada, debe dor-
mir casa. Via B. Porros y Colle 16
No. I. (Atrs Teatro Roosevelt).
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos pora dormir en co-
sa, con recomendacin. Ocrrase
Ave. Central 66. Zapatera La Au-
roro. Tel. 2-2379.
SE VENDERefrigeradora de Kero-
sene Servel, barata. Ca. Econogas.
Colle 34 No. 4.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande inde-
pendiente, con balcn, a personas
responsables. Llamar 2-3356.
SE VENDE:Mquina de coser Singer
porttil, excelentes condiciones.
CuTundu Hgts. 5796. Tel. 83-
SE VENDE:Gongo! Cama doble,
buen "spring," colchn algodn,
$20.00. Cama sencilla, colchn al-
godn. $15.00. Cocol 720-B.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto refrigerante.
Fbrica Hielo Estripeout. Calle H,
No. 18. Telfono 2-2948.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto en Calle 7o.
N. 19 ltimo piso.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 2 recmaras,
garage. San Francisco, Avenida 6a.
No. 33. Informes fomilio Barcenas.
SE ALQUILA: Casa residencial
amoblada, consto de oficina, porch,
solo, comedor, tres recmoras. dos
baos. Avenida Per No. 87, para
informes Homar al telfono 3-3241
o horos de oficina.
iE ALQUILA:Lujoso caso residen-
cial recien construido, en los Al-
tos del Golf. Con o sin muebles. 4
recmaros. cuatro porches. so-
lo, comedor v omplios jardines.
Llomor al 3-3241 en horos de ofi-
SE ALQUILA:Cholet gronde apro-
piado para Embajada, 3 recma-
ras, porch, cocina, pantry, sala-
comedor, jardn grande, cuorto em-
pleada con servicio Calle 9o. Pai-
tla. Novedades Horori, Cenfrol
No. 72.
SE VENDE:Dos cornos matrimonio
B.25.00 coda uno. Calle 40 No.
13, Apto. 4. Tel. 3-1574, ver de
5 o 8 p. m.
SE VENDE:Rodio General Electric
de 7 bandas, mesa de centro y dos
mesas esquineros de cooba, juego
recmoro 5 piezas, caobo, como
sencilla, Pedro Miguel 185-C, Tel.
SE VENDELavadora Easy 60 ciclos
$75.00. Colle 50 No. 23, Apto.
Pe-sinfl! Venecianas I.UX
a B/.OSO
cuera les
falle 2 E 22
Tel S-171S
Aviso Judicial
Notario Pblico feeruml del Circuito n>
Panam. CO* cdula tie identidad perso-
nal No. 47-7:;* i.
..........CERTIFICA.. .......
Que iM>r medio de la Barritara PtlbHta
N<>. 7(| de Junio 4 de IDO 1 de la No-
tana a au cargo. Ina neorea MOKKIS
I constituido la sociedad colectiva d rn-
Imeivio de re* pon a bi Hilad limitada de.
I nominada! "SCHWARTZ Y CUMPAftlA
LIMITADA.- cuyo domicilio ea la ciu-
dad de Panam, pudlendo establecer
agencias o sucursales en cualquier punto
del inleiior de la Repblica.
Que el trmimv dr dnrawll de la so.
ciedad es de anos contados a partir de
ta fecha > la Escritura de Constitucin,
prorrosjables a voluntad de las i>s.t*>*.
Que el canlul social es de DIEZ MIL
BALBOAS IB.1.000.001 aportado por
loa aocos por partes coalas, quedando
la responsabilidad de cad uno limitada
a su aporta al capital lOt-ltl
Que la sociedad se dedicar a la com-
pra y venta de toda clase de mercaderaa.
a la Importacin y exportacin d* las
mismas, y a cualquier otra actividad
da licito comercio.
Que la administracin de la sociedad
y el uo da la firma social estar a are
del socio PAUL SCHWARTZ.
Dado en la ciudad de Panam, a 1>
cuatro 14) clus del mes de Junio del
oi*n de mil novecientos cincuenta y uno
Ricarda Fbrec
Notarlo Pblico Secunda
SE NECESITA:Empledo para que-
haceres de casa y avudor en la
cocina. Buen sueldo. Son Francis-
co de la Caleta. Calle la. No. 2,
lado de la Iglesia..
SE NECESITA:Empleada para lo-
.var, planchar y* cocinar, poro dos
personas. Colle 49 edificio Cali-
fornio, apartamento 2. Ocurra
despus de las 6:30.
Educacin encuentra
tado formalmente por el Go-
bierno de Panam, en 1949. pe-
ro posteriormente la poltica del
Ministerio de Educacin, hizo
Imposible el desarrollo del Con-
venio en la forma acordada
Por ello la Escuela de Artes y
Oficios est en una penosa si-
tuacin econmica V el Servi-
cio Cooperativo no se senta
por ello obligado a asistir a la
escuela en vista de que sus re-
comendaciones haban sido des-
odas. Por fortuna la presente
administracin ha encontrado
una frmula que har posible
el cumplimiento del proyecto de
la Escuela de Artes y Oficios,
de acuerdo con los lincamientos
planificados, lo cual redundar
en positivos beneficios para los
alumnos del plan, ya que con-
tarn con equipo, material y
asistencia tcnica adecuada.
En relacin con este mismo
asunto se nos entreg en la
Secretara General de la Pre-
SE ALQUILA:Aporfomento con una
recmara, solo-comedor, cocina, ga-
rage y cuarto de empleada con ser-
vicio propio. Solicite Avenida Ma-
nuel Mara Ycazo, No. I I oltos.
(Campo Alegre)
sidencla, para su publicacin,
el siguiente comunicado:
El Consejo de Gabinete, en
su sesin de hoy, acord Incluir I
en el Presupuesto de Rentas y i
Gastos la partida correspon-
diente para atender las nece-
sidades de construccin, equipo
y materiales que requiere la!
escuela de Arles y Oficios para,
su buen funcionamiento, a fin.
de que el Servicio Cooperativo!
pueda desarrollar el proyecto;
"16" aprobado por el Gobler-;
no de Panam para esta es-
cuela. Tambin aprob que por
conducto del Ministerio de O-
bras Pblicas se inicien, inme-
diatamente, las obras ms im-
portantes que se necesiten en
dicho plantel educativo.
J. M. Vrela,
Secretarlo General.
Panam, junio 19 de 1951.
Qujanse ms de
ventanas y puertas^.
Sobre este particular el Ge-
rente Sols Palma manifest,
que designar inmediatamente |
una comisin de tcnicos y que
l mismo visitar dicha casa i
para solucionar el problema ouel
aqueja a los lnquillnos. El Ge-1
rente agreg que est en au-
tos de las malas condiciones delj
edificio y que tomar medidas i
efectivas en beneficio de las
familias que tienen que sopor-
tar tantos inconvenientes.
Slo en dos casos
parte del fallo, segn ge expre-
se en dicho salvamento.
Tercera pregunta: SI es o
no cierto que en varios casos
en que los tres magistrados que
Integran el Tribunal al formu-
lar proyecto de fallo, stos han
sido unas veces observados por
escrito o verbalmente por us-
ted, por el Magistrado Arjona o
por el Magistrado Rivera, se-
gn el caso de ponencia, y des-
pus de haber sido discutidos
en forma amplia se ha llegado
a conclusiones definitivas.
Contesto: Es absolutamente
cierto que los tres magistrados
que Integramos el Tribunal al
formular proyectos de fallo, ha-
cemos observaciones escritas o'
verbales, segn el caso de po- i
nencla y despus de haber sido,
discutidos dentro de la mayor
armona y compaerismo, se
ha llegado a conclusiones defi-
nitivas. ,
De ustedes muy cordla-lmente,
(fdo.) M. A. Da E., Presiden-
te del Tribunal de lo Conten-
El suscrito Secretario del Tri-
bunal de lo Contencloso-Adml-
nlstratlvo, a solicitud de los Ma-
gistrados Rlcaurte Rivera San-
doval y Augusto Arjona Q.,
Que en lo que va de trans-
currido del presente ao el Tri-
bunal de lo Contencioso-Admi-
nistratlvo ha proferido treinta
y cinco (351 fallos de los ne-
gocios sometidos su conside-
racin, entre los cuales el Ma-
gistrado Licenciado Manuel An-
tonio Daz E.. ha salvado su
voto en dos de ellos, a saber:
lo.i Demanda lriterouesta por
la firma "Valds. Valds y De
Castro" en representacin de
Sofa Navarro de Fras, oara
que se declare la Ilegalidad de
la orden contenida en el oficio
No. 1246 de fecha 8 de no-
viembre de 1950. dictado por
el Ingeniero Munlcloal.
2o.) Demanda Interpuesta por
el Lie. Ignacio Lpez Grau. en
representacin de Roberto Tas-
cn G., para que se declare la
ilegalidad de la Resolucin No.
24 de/ 24 de septiembre de 1948,
Prominente firma norteamericana necesita los ser-
vicios de un joven de 18 a 25 aos edad, residente
en David, para que trabaje en la Provincia de Chi-
riqm como agente vendedor. Los aspirantes deben
enviar sus solicitudes por escrito, dando datos per-
sonales, educacin, experiencia y referencias antes
del martes 26 de junio de 1951, a
c o Hotel Nacional
De Venta en
A veces una
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
EL PRESIDENTE GALO PLAZA, del Ecuador, quien hlio un aterrizaje fuera de Itinerario en
Albrook en el avin del Presidente Truman, el "Independence", ser recibido por el President
y los dems funcionarios de Washington cuando llegue esta tarde al Aeropuerto Nacional a
bordo de un avin "Constellation" del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos. Esta es la primera ves qua
el avin del Presidente Traman ha sufrido desperfecto alguno durante toda su historia de ser-
vicio. Mientras se llevaban a cabo las reparaciones necesarias en Albrook, un avin de la
Fuerza Area fu puesto inmediatamente a su disposicin. En la anterior foto podemos ver
al Presidente Galo Plaza en compaa de altos funcionarlos de la Zona del Canal. Durante
su estada en Albrook, el Presidente Plasa fu atendido en el Club de Oficiales y se le asig-
naron ayudantes'de habla espaola.
El puerto comunista
mrse. Una cuadrilla de aborda-
je le quit a la tripulacin toias
sus pertenencias y orden o.ue
el barco se dirigiera hacia la
Dos horas ms tarde el bar;o
Ricardo A. Mir,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Monofsico desde
1/6 IIP a 2 II P.
Trifsicos desde 1-50 H.P.
Precios Fantsticos!
ft l aLMACE^ectrS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor.
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2604
. Felpa para techos
i- Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Nosotros le facultaremos
los mejores materiales de
construccin, pinturas de
al'' calidad
y todo lo que Ud. necesite
para esta importante abra.
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. g-Mll.
Calle Martn Sosa Ne. 3
Tel. 3-1424
choc con un arrecife, el cual
se raj todo el casco, pero sin
embargo, sigui hacia la cu*'a.
Poco tiempo despus el Bust tu
perseguido por otro junco. los
piratas que se encontraron f-n
ci barco tomaron un bote y se
El segundo Junco estaba ope-
rado por guerrillas nacionalis-
tas bajo el mando del Mayor
General Lu Wel Hlsang. El Ge-
neral Lu y sus hombres ayuda-
ron a la tripulacin a abhdq,-
nar el barco que se estaba hun-
diendo rpidamente, llevndolos
a la Isla Pisan desde donde ue
ron conducidos a Keelung ei 7
ue Junio.
Li El Bust estaba capitaneadlo
por el capitn noruego* H. O.
Naess, de 47 aos de edad, quien
dijo: "No tengo nada que decir,
excepto que estamos en pert-j-
to estado de salud y a salvo"
El primer oficial, el frau: :s
Edmund Rothenfuss dijo qu
mientras se encontraban pn
Dalren, habla ms de 10 ba.tos
mercantes en la baha una
mezcla de barcos panameu<>
comunistas chinos y rusos, pero
n i n g u no norteamericano ni,
Dijo que a la tripulacin no
se le permlll ir a tierra o .:e-
cer contacto con otros barcos.
El avance de
ra. En este ataque toman par-
te los destructores norteame-
ricanos Brinkley y Evans, el
destructor canadiense Sioux y i
el caonero de Thailand "Ban-
Los deslructores no encontra-
ron gran resistencia hoy de
Darte de las bateras de costa.
Fl da anterior, tin embargo,
el fuego de las bateras comu-
nistas abri varios boquetes en j
varios barcos de las Naciones U-
Las super-fortalezas B-29 a-
poyaron a las tropas de tierra1
en el sector oriental con una
lluvia de ms de cien tonela-
das de bombas de fragmen-
tacin sobre las concentraciones i
del Ministerio de Hacienda y
En fe de todo lo cual se ex-
pide el presente certificado en
la ciudad de Panam, a los
19 dias del mes de junio del
ao de 1951.
(fdo.; Guillermo Glvex H.,
Serix&HCael Tribunal.
- tiene los
mejores programas
Tenemos en existencia:
de toda clase
2' x 6 y V x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Se rene maana la
Academia de Medicina
Maana, jueves 21, a las 8
p.m.. tendr lugar en el saln
de actos del Instituto Gorgas
de esta ciudad, la reunin cien-
tfica ordinaria de la Academia
Panamea de Medicina y Ciru-
ga. El programa cientfico ser
l siguiente:
1Estudio contemporneo de la
Movilizan la polica
para localizar un
nio raptado
SAO PAULO, Brasil, Junio 20
tUPi Toda la Polica del Es-
tado de Sao Paulo fu moviliza*
da para localizar la banda que
rapt a Eduardo Andrea Muta
razzo, de 18* de edad, hijo del
multimillonario Francisco Ma>
iarazzo Los raptores exigen la
suma de diez millones de Cru-
zeiros de rescate.
Un hombre sin Identificar,
quien se crea sea miembro ds'
:a banda, entreg una nota Ue
i escate a un empleado del pa-
dre del joven secuestrado en hv
cual se le adverta que de o
dejar los diez millones de Cru-
zeiros a las diez de la noche dr
ayer en la "vecindad del CUbV
Bamb en la carretera que t.-:.-
duce al aeropuerto, tanto el pj-
die como el hijo seran asesi-
Junto a la nota se enconUn-
ba un plano que marcaba el V>-
gar en donde se encontrara el
hombre contacto" de la ban.li.
La Polica rehus divulgar en-
talles del encuentro, pero iJS
representantes de la familia cii-
jron que no lograron enconu-cr
al agente lie los secuestradores.
Mientras Unto, la Polica eu-
centr el automvil del joven
raptado en un barrio denomi-
nado Pcacmbu.
SAO PAOLO. Junto 20 'UP
Fl joven Andrs Matarazzo fu
encontrado alado en un cami-
no que conduce al aeropuerto
de Sao Paolo.
El joven confes que su "se-
cuestro" no pae de ser una
comedia a fin de huir de los
exmenes escolares.
En sus declaraciones ante a
Polica dijo que su padre lo ha-
ba amenazado con cortarle "a
mensualidad en caso que no
pasara los exmenes, lo que el
joven Andrs est seuro que
ocurrir por haber faltado a
clases la mayor parte del ao.
- ... i - i I. a
fiebre amarilla en Amrica
Central. Dr. Norman W.
2Importancia de las psicosis
mitls en la prctica del Inter-
nista. Dr. Mariano Orri:.
A esta reunin, como a todas
las de la Academia Panamea
de Medicina y Ciruga, ests
invitados"- los mdicos y profe-
sionales afines de la Repblica
Baile que hace sensacin!
Fred Astalre en el sensacio-
nal baile de la pelcula "BODA
REAL", que ocup a la Revista
"Life"', al "Times" y a todos
loa magazines americanos. Cr-
nicas y discusiones se han for
mado .sobre la manera cmo
estas escenas han podido ser
logradas. Es el nmero ms ori-
ginal y fantstico que se ha
visto en pelcula musical algu-
na. Naturalmente que bay mu-
cho de truco fotogrfico en l,
pvro darse cuenta de cmo es-
t hecho es algo que desafia la
ms frtil Imaginacin.
"BODA REAL" con sus mil
maravillas musicales en tec-
nicolor y con Astalre. Jane Po-
well. Sarah Churchill (la hija
de Winston Churchill i, Peter
Lawford v mucho.- ms. se es-
trena maana en el Teatro Luz

Tres Excelentes Partidos Forman El Programa
Que Ofrece Esta Noche El Basket Provincial
SS2TS ^""'^rAn U C^yrorpeder. San Sent y el arbitro Art Pasarclla.
Los Toreros Pepe Domingun y
Dos Santos Heridos Gravemente
Luis Procuna ha mejorado satisfactoriamente
MADRID, Jnnio (UP). Mitowm tremente
herido* en la corrida celebrada el Dominio en Madrid,
mejoran dentro de la gravedad de sus lesiones.
El torero Dos Santos pas la noche Intranquilo, sien-
do necesario aphcarle' calmantes. Se ha renovado H-
slto persistiendo extrema rravedad segn el parte facili-
tado par el Dr. Jimnes Guinea.
Pepe Dominiuln, tras una noche de intranquilidad,
se encontraba mas tranquUo ayer tarde, habiendo logra-
do conciliar el sueo. ___.*_..
Luis Procuna se encuentra mejoradislmo, levantndo-
sele uno de los tubos de drenaje esperando levantarle el
otro hoy. No tiene ya fiebre y su estado general es ai
t'isfactorio. encontrndose el diestro' animadsimo. Se
puede afirmar que ha desaparecido el estado de grave-
dad. ^________
Interesante Plan De Trabajo
Tiene El Levantamiento De
Pesas Para El Presente Ao
Don eco y Morris
debutan hoy en el
basket de Catedral
Ggarrilleros y Billy Sotuworth Renunci Ayer
Operten defienden La Direccin De Los Bravos
SU ttlVlvlO CHICAGO, Junio 20 (UP).Billy Southworth renuncia la di-
reccin de los Bravos de Boston, segn anunciaron personalmen-
'" te a los jugadores ayer al terminar el partido con los Cachorros.
rcTsno m It JUSTA Southworth, quien no ha Rosado de buena salud en los ltl-
mukathali Femenino) mo tr* *"* "nuncio 1 "go Por segunda ves en los ltimos
' P Pts tres *nos de lm temporada y dio hoy prcticamente la misma ra-
lMQlsn para ello que expusiera en 1S49 al decir: "Creo que otra per-
ij.nisona puede rendir mejor labor".
'.,,' Los dirigentes de los Bravos anunciaron en Boston que Tom-
ata niT Holmes, ex-jardinero de la novena y quien actualmente es
piloto de su equipo fine* en Hartford. Conn., sustituir a South-
worth. Este conquist hace aos tres gallardetes consecutivos
siendo piloto de los Cardenales v en 1948 condujo a los Bravos al
campeonato de la Liga Nacional.
Daar ..
M. Vigor
S. Crdei
Juego de Hoy
Upper' 19 vs. Crdenas
1:00 p.m.
Basketball de Catedral
Surex ......... t
ptica Sosa .... 1
Jantsen ........ 1
Dep. Mueca
Mauricio. .,..
Taller Sousa
Don eco ..
Dep. Morris .



Basketball do la la. Cat.
Liga Provincial de Panam
O P Pts.
Lord Chester ..7 l.oW
Dep. Bam .. .. S 3 .o
Mauricio......3 4 .42
C. Vieja...... 5 .286
Madunto .. .. 1 6 .100
ruegos de Hoy
Madurltd-Carta Vieja
6:45 p ni.
Chester vs. Mauricio
9:00 pjn.
Cerca De 61 Mil Fanticos
Vieron a Los Medias Blancas
y Yanquis Dividir Honores
Los Medias Blancas volvieron
y,or sus fueros en la novena jor-
nada del segundo partido para
vencer a los Yanquis por 5 a 4
y restaurar su ventaja de tres
Juegos y medio en el primer
Tres partidos d-: importancia | ,ugar de ,a Ug% Amerlcana tras
El Deporte del Levantamien-
to de Pesas tiene confecciona-
do su Plan de Trabajo para el
[iresente ao, de. acuerdo con
decisin que se tom en la
reunin extraordinaria que tu-
vieron los Presidente de Fe-
deraciones y Comisiones Depor-
tivas nacionales.
El Plan de Trabajo consul-
ta los diferentes aspectos de
esta actividad y le tocar a la
Federacin de Levantamiento de
Pesas llevarlo a la realidad,
con la venia y ayuda del De-
partamento de Educacin F-
sica, y la cooperacin" de todas
las entidades que se agitan en
este deporte. "
En este Plan de Trabajo se
encuentran los siguientes pun-
En el mesde julio,
En el mes de Nov.
cin final
la aelee-
- Los conjuntos Don eco y De-
portivo Philip Morris debutan
esta noche en el Campeonato de
Basketball de la Liga de Cate-
dral, en el primer partido del
programa que se desarrollara en
ci Gimnasio del Maraen.
En el segundo encuentro cho-
carn ptica Sosa y Mauricio.
Entre los aficionados existe
visible inters por ver las ac-
tuaciones de los quintetos Don
Ncco y Philip Morris, para a-
preclar su calidad y el posit:"
papel que les tocar desempear
en esta contienda.
Este partido comenzar a las
7 y 46 p.m.
En el segunda cotejo, los p-
ticos se presentarn dispuestos
Conferencias y exhibicione? continuar invictos en el co-
; mando, pero tropezarn con la
firme decisin de los pupilos de
para estimula! el deporte.
"? !L",ev4tLi",,t0S!.SfI" Mauricio"qUrfc^ca7n'de todas
sentarte exhibiciones y coala- inJineras entrar en ta columna
rendas sobre el Deporte de Le- onajor,
untamiento de Pesas y Cuite- ganadores.
ra Fsica, en los Colegios Su-
Excursiones a aironas Pro-
vincias del Interior para en-
cauzar el deporto.
Nombrado Vicepresidente
del basket de Catedral
En el- oms de septiembre se
escoger un grano do atletas
Campeonato para
ra de novatos.
la catego-
Campeonato pora la categora
do juniors que se efectuara en estas Provincias,
el mes de julio.
'El destacado y entusiasta de-
portista y redactor deportivo de
"La Hora" Cristbal Sarmiento,
es el nuevo Vi-
no menor de 5 para concurrir a Jeepresidente dr
Peaonom. Chitr, Santiago, Los lia Liga de Bas-
Santos y Chiriqui. con el fin ketbali de Cate-
de presentar exhibiciones para IMd ral, nombra-
estimular el viri deporte en miento atinado
que ha sido re-
Campeonato para la catego-
ra de seniors que se efectuar
el 2 3 d noviembre.
el departa-
28 de noviembre certamen pa-
ra la eocogencia. del equipo qu<
nos representar en los Juegos
Bplivarianos que so celebrarn
en Venezuela.
Seleccin del Atleta Mejor
Se celebrarn dos concursos
Kra escoger al atleta mejor
rmado en las siguientes fe-
Nueve jinetes
suspendidos por
los Comisarios
Los comisarlas de Juan Fran-
co Impusieron esta semana las
siguientes penas:
Suspendido el jinete C. Igle-
sias por ocho reuniones por su
monta deficiente la semana pa-
sada, en el ejemplar Mueco.
Se suspendi al jinete E. Or-
tega por monta brusca en Pa-
jarito con cuatro reuniones*.
Por- variar de linea en la tie-
rra- derecha se suspendi al Ji-
nete- A. Vsquez por dos reunio-
nes i Recodo <.
Suspendido el Jinete V. Cas-
tillo por cuatro reuniones por
cambiar de linea en la tierra
derecha non el ejemplar Can-
taclaro. sin estorbar a ningn
Suspendido por seis reuniones
al jinete J. Ruiz, por monta
brusca en Tartufo.
Gestionar ante
ment correspondiente, imple
montos y tiles para los Clobi
debidamente organizados del In-
terior, como en Chiriqui, El
Club de resistas Chirieaaoa; en
Penenom, el Club Zarati, etc.
Federacin de Baseball
Tiene reunin esta noche a
as 7 y 15 en el Saln de Recreo
cir la Planta de la Cervecera
Balboa, .para tratar y acordar
varios asuntos de inters ge-
neral, i
Noveaa Azteca Jr.
Se Informa a todos los juga-
dores que deben presentarle
maana a las 4 de la tarde en
el Estadio Olmpico para arre-
glar asuntos pendientes con la
El equipo de baseball Depoiti-
vo Esquina tiene hoy a las :JO
p m. una reunin para tratar
-obre el viaje a Coln el 30 oc
Junio y otros asuntos de lnuvcs
para el conjunto.
ofrece esta noche la justa Pro-
vincial de Basketball en el Gim-
nasio Nacional, en sustitucin
del juego de los Trotamundos
de Harlem, que debutarn el
lunes. ,
Madurito vs. Carta Vieja
;45 pm.
Este primer choque debe co-
menzar a las 6:45 p.m.
a que son tres los partidos de
esta noche; los del Madurito
trataran de mejorar su coloca-
cin, y sus contrarios, que han
mejorado un 100% debern
ofrecer tenas resistencia. Chito
Bula y F. Perdomo son los ar-
Upper If vs. Crdenas
8:00 p.m.
En este segundo choque tra-
tan las "sastres" de entrar en
la columna de ganadores, mien-
tras que sus rivales defendern
su calidad de "invictas." Un
gran choque es esperado entre
estos dos conjuntos. Zachrlsson
y Roy Naylor sern los arbi-
Chesterfield vs. Mauricio
En este encuentro estar por
octava vez en Juego el invicto
que mantienen los pupilos de
Kam, y para esta noche ten-
drn que jugar pelota, ya que
el Mauricio es un equipo que
siempre ha vendido cara su de-
rrota. Roa y Cardales son los
arbitros, Mel y Camao, ins-
pectores de puerta, G. Morales
y Gordon Jr., los andadores
Mena y Rivera los cronometris-
haber perdido el primero por 11
a 9.
Cerca de 81 mil fanticos vie-
ron al bateador de tapn Bob
Dllllnger empujar la carrera del
triunf con un doblete estan-
do Jim Busby en la tercera y
Phil Masi en la primera por
debdo I sencillos y despus que Ed Ste-
wart jonroneara en la octava
con Floyd Baker y Nelson Fox
en base mediante sencillos. Los
Yanquis empataron la anota-
cin en la octava mediante sen-
cillos de Phil Rizzuto, Gene
Woodling y Johnny Mize soio
para perder el juego en la si-
guiente. Vlc Raschl pareca ha-
ber asegurado su undcimo
Los Dragones le
ganaron al Frente
en el base de Sta. Rita
Lanzando P. Caballos pelota
de un hit, los Dragones ven-
cieron por 8-0 al Frente Patri-
tico ayer tarde en el Estadio
Olmpico en la continuacin
del baseball de Santa Rita.
Los Patriticos se presenta-
ron con su batera anmica y
Azteca y Frente
chocan mna. en el
bisbol de Sta. Rita
El Azteca y el Frente Patri-
tico reaparecen maana en el
Ibldo con bene-
ileito por la a-
Icln, ya que
Crucigrama" es
na garanta en
.esa colocacin
deportiva. Estamos seguros que
el amigo, colega y consocio Sar-
miento desempear una acta- partido que sostendrn a las 4
clon lucida, como siempre, y le | p.m. en el Estadio Olmpico co-
rrespondente al circuito mayor
de la Liga de Baseball de San-
ta Rita.
Los Indios empataron a 5 ca-
rreras el sbado frente al Gra-
nillo y el Frente presentar una
linea reorganizada para obte-
por loa Aztecas y H. Icaza ser
el lanzador del Frente Patri-
El viernes Jugarn Dragones
y Granillo a las 4 d la tarde
en el mismo luyar.
deseamos toda clase de xitos en
el puesto que ha sido nombrado.
Reglas acordadas para
el comentado torneo
relmpago de ajedrez
Se encuentran arreglados los
preparativos para la celebracin
del Tornee Relmpago' de Aje-
drez, que se llevar a cabo el
prximo viernes a las p.m.,
,en los salones de la Sociedad
Cubana de Panam. Los Regla-
mentos que se observarn en
este divertido y novedoso tor-
neo del Juego-ciencia son:
1.El torneo ser entre dos
bandos "Blanco" y Negro." Los
colores se sortearn en cada
j.se observarn los regla-
mentos de torneos regulares, y
el tiempo ser de 10 segundos.
cara cada movimiento en las recibidas por los fanticos co-
prlmeras 20 jugadas y de 15 se-
gundos para cada movimiento
siguiente ;.asta terminar la par-
Figuras del boxeo
amateur capitalino
reaparecen maana
La Comisin de Boxeo Ama-
teur de la Capital dl su apio-
bacln al programa que se ce-
lebrar el prximo Jueves en el
Gimnasio Nacional y el cual
constar de cinco animauas
peleas que son las siguientes:
Arthur Johnson
Luis Andrade
107 libras
Earl Blylhe
Juan Moreno
119 libras
Jos Mendosa
Juan Chacn
123 libras
Eladio Magallanes
Sonny King
147 libras
Horacio Ottis
Roosevelt Grant
135 libras
Nota: La Comisin notifica
por este medio a todos los afi-
cionados interesados en tomar
triunfo tras Mickey Mantle jon-
ronear e.i la sexta entrada y
mucha ms an en la sptima
tras Yogi Berra anotar otra por
sencillo seguido de pase gratis
y sencillo de Hank Bauer. Ras-
chl empero perdi el dominio
de la pelota en lt octava y fui
sustituido por Alie Reynolds en
la novena despus que Busby
y Masl batearan sencillos. Howle
Hudson despacho en orden a
los Yanquis en la ltima jor-
En el primer Juego el vene-
zolano Alfonso Carrasquel fu
el ms distinguido al bate con
tres hits, una carrera en cinco
En la Liga Nacional, los Bra-
vos perdieron el ltimo Juego
bajo la direccin ti* Bllly South-
worth al ser vencidos por los
Cachorros por 3 carreras a 0.
Fu est la segunda derrota
consecutiva infligida por los
Cachorros a los Bravos cuyos
peloteros no se enteraron de
que Southworth habla renun-
ciado el cargo hasta que l se
los Inform despus de termi-
nar el partido.
En das pasados ya hablamos toreros que con n.as acierto h
presentado a nuestros lectores ejecutado este muletazo e igual-
el pase a que hoy hacemos mente se ha merecido los elo-
mencin, pero con la diferencia glos de la aficin,
de que aquel estaba ejecutado Este pase se ejecuta con las
por el torero de pie, y ste por dos rodillas en tierra y citan-
ser con las dos rodillas en tie-1 do al "bicho" de frente. Cuan-
rra resulta para el lidiador mu- do ya el toro ha Iniciado la
cho ms expuesto que el prl- embestida el matador hace qua
mero, cosa que le da al tore- el toro, tomando el engao; pa-
ro el mrito que merece por lo se por el lado Izquierdo y ba-
dlfcll de la suerte. Jo el brazo del matador, bur-
Uno de los mejores lntrpre-1 lando en esta forma la embes-
tes de ste muletazo es el ya tlda del burel.
mencionado torero reglmontano
Lorenzo Garza, quien en repe-
tidas ocasiones se ha hecho vi-
torear por el pblico por su
destacada actuacin. Tambin
el maestro Fermn Espinosa
"Armllllta'' ha sido uno de los
En varias ocasiones se ha vis-
to que el torero ha ligado has-
ta cinco pases de sta natu-
raleza cosa qu es poco comn
en .los ar.tles de la Fiesta Bra-
Social Deportiva
El entusiasta y conocido de-
portista Francisco Ditrani, ce-
lebrar maana so cumpleaos
y coa este motivo nos adelan-
tamos a enviarle nuestras sin-
ceras y afectuosas felicitacio-
nes, desendole muchos xito?
tanto deportivos como comer-
El seor F. Ditrani tiene des-
tacada actuacin especialmen-
te en nuestro ftbol, donde sn
cooperacin y espirito empren-
dedor han resultado provecho-
sos para e| balompi. Actual-
mente est nombrado en la Fe-
deracin Nacional y es el di-
rector del onceno de primera
divisin del mismo nombre.
Para El 25 Qued Pospuesto
El Debut De Los Trotamundos
De Colombia han partido hacia Venezuela para
cumplir varios compromisos pendientes
El debut de los mundialmen- les
te famosos equipos de basket- en
ball. "Los Trotamundos de Har-
lem y el "Seleccionado de los
Estados Unidos", se pospuso pa-
ra el prximo lunes, de acuer-
do con Informacin cablegr-
rica que recibi ayer de Colom-
bia el Presidente de la Fede-
racin, Capitn Pedro J. P-
27 volvern a presentarst
el Gimnasio Nacional.
Cinco peleas se
presentarn el
viernes en Coln
cada El prximo viernes continuar
la comisin de Boxeo Amateur
de la costa Atlntica su serle de
encuentros para aficionados y
que con mucho entusiasmo son
co .
monta deficiente en el ejem-
plar Ventre a Ttrre-la semana
Por reincidente en variar su
linea de carrera en la tierra
derecha se suspendi al jinete
J. Contreras por cuatro reu-
niones (Tully Sabai.
Por reinciden te en variar su
lnea derecha se suspendi al
Jinete M. Mena por dos reu-
nir sr.
Ba imouso una suspension de
do reuniones al jinete V. Ro-
tea que se produzcan por ja-
ques perpetuos. En estos casos
las pareja:, continuarn en las
eliminaciones despus de veri-
ficados los empates por el Juez
La verificacin se har ai ter-
minarse la vuelta o elimina -
no pudieron descifrar los envos cin.
pueden continuar en ei torneo.
3.En caso de que el nmero
Sfc.^.iL .i ^... n Pr d* ceballos. quien se llevo por 4-Los perdedores en c
m P^l ~hn J~,min r' vi *!* 8 con', v"11 auedan aniados y
>lt por ocho reuniones por trartog_ permitiendo solamente pueden continuar en el tora
incoglble en la
sexta en-
driv.uez por su negligente ac-
tuacln en la partida (Villa- i pregones .
Loa Patriticos usaron tre:
lanzadorer pero no fueron lo su-
ficiente para detener el empu-
je de los Dragones (ex-Pana-
meistas). L. Valdespmo salt
en el cuarto por Velasco que
a su vea tuvo que ceder la ca-
ja a Icaza en el sexto. A. Agul-
rre result el mejor bateador
de la tarde al conectar 2 de 3.
La anotacin condensad i re
5 0|
de participantes resulte Impar
quien puede sin compaero
podr tomar parte en la se-
gunda vuelta si el nmero de
Jugadores es amblen Impar.
6.Si en la vuelta seml-flnal
hubieren 3 participantes, se es-
coger la pareja por sorteo, y
el ganador de sta, jugar a
vuelta final con quien qued,
fuera del sorteo.
7.El ganador de la ltima
vuelta ser el campen del tor-
neo y recibir el premio of re-
uncu ivui|aiiuaua uaia uyic-------~--------- i j_ _ .A
ner la victoria. Mern lanzar Prte en el, Progr*ma re-
mana prxima, que deben pre-
sentarse al Gimnasio Naci,.al
a pesarse este Jueves a las 7
p.m. y entrevistarse con los se-
ores Kid Vaquero y Pap Ca-
Comunicado del Comit
Cvico Pro-Deporte
En reunin del dia 12 de Ju-
nio, el Comit Cvico Pro De-
porte, considerando que es par-
to do sus deberes la vigilancia
de los hechos que afecten a la
masa deportiva, acord nombrar
una Comisin que se entrevis-
tara con el Sr. Toms Oabrlel
Duque, Director de la Estrella
de Panam, para que esclare-
ciera la situacin que se pen-
saba se le habla creado al Sr
Pardo en dicho peridico.
A esta delegacin del Comit
Cvico Pn Deporte le expres
el 8r. Director, don Toma Ga-
briel Duque, que la posicin de
Pardo en la Direccin se deba
a un mal entendimiento, ya que
l no se habir opuesto a que
el Sr. -Ricardo A. Pardo con-
tinuara como redactor deporti-
vo del peridico, y que por tan-
to ste podra reanudar su
funciones cuando a bien lo cre-
yera. Ante el resultado de esta
gestin, el Comit pide al Sr
Ricardo A. Pardo, que continue
sus escritos, lo que es no slo
un deseo de este Comit Cvi-
co Pro.-Deporte, sino de una
gran mayora de la masa de-
portiva. _
Comit Cvico Pro Deporte
Para ese dia se ha preparado
otra magnifica cartilla de cinco
peleas, la cual se llevar a ca-
3.Slo se aceptarn empa-|bo en el Gimnasio Everardo Nu
lez a las 3:30 p.m.
He aqu el programa:
Harcourt Jones
Marcial Mollnar
135 libras
E. Hubert
Johnny Prez
147 libras
lUrKguur.-i......... I " J ---- ~ *---
Fte. Patritico......0 1 2 cido por la Comisin.
E. Flummer
J. Betaneoart
llg libras
Eduardo Weathe
Tito Morris
lo libras
Leopoldo Weather
F. Gordon
134 libras
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
deportista y Levantador de Pe-
sas. Elias Moreno, miembro del
Instituto de Gimnasia y De-
portes, y seora Ymera de Mo- I'
reno, por e! advenimiento de I A"
una preciosa nllta que les ale-' tuarn en Coln y
gra el hogar.
Los Trotamundos y el "All
Stars" tenan un compromiso
pendiente en Venezuela, pero
faltaba solucionar ciertos deta-
lles, y al quedar estos arregla-
dos, partan hoy hacia la tierra
del Libertador para ofrecer va-
rias exhibiciones. Anoche se des.
pedan de Colombia con la quin-
ta y ltima exhibicin en el
hermano pas.
El domingo viajarn a Pana-
m y se presentaran ante la
aficin capitalina el lunes en
la noche en el Gimnasio Na-
cional, con el mismo progra-
ma acordado primeramente, o
sea que los Clgarrilleros se me-
dirn con los Trotamundos de
| Harlem y el Bam jugar con el
Star;." El martes 26 ac-
A esta delegacin de basket-
ball que nos visitar se le pa-
gar el 75% de la entrada bru-
ta por cada Juego. Se rumor
que hablan pedido 3.000 bal-
boas por partido, pero consi-
derando lo arriesgado de la em-
presa, ya que se calcula en
unas 2.400 personas el cupo m-
ximo del Gimnasio en juegas.-de
basketball.' se gestion la base
del 75%, la cual segn parece
fu aceptada.
La entrada general costar ua
Social Deportiva
el mlrco-1 ra labor.
Celebra hoy su cumpleaos el"
conocido deportista y redactor
deportivo Carlos Palomo, y a
las numerosas felicitaciones quo
reciba agregamos sinceramen-
te las nuestras. Palomo es uno
de los ms entusiastas -ani-
madores y propulsores del base-
ball y una figura conocida en
la crnica deportiva, donde es-
t desarrollando una mrito-
la mquina
de precisin
mis Gillette-MUL
7K ** * f****?**.
En su cauta con hojas
La mquina Gillette afeita con ms suavidad
porque tiene una barra de seguridad que estira la
piel anteo de que la hoja la toque, para que la
mquina se deslice como la seda.
Afeitadas ms seguras con la mquina Gilletto.
Porque las piezas que aseguran la hoja son de metal
y de una precisin tal que ajustan la hoja firmo-
mente en el ngulo perfecto para afeitar al ras y
sin irritar.
Gillette afeita con rapidez porque est hecha
con canales de diseno especial que evitan que o*
atasque, y permiten limpiarla rpidamente.
* Hoy tambin Hnot modatai da luje

a i -i -
Es laa ingresa en "LA HIJA DE LA
i organismo de las
Naciones Unidas
MONTREAL, Junio 20. (UP>
Espaa fu admitida en el Cjii-
Jo Superior del primer orga-
nismo de las Naciones Unidas
que le abre sus puertas con u-
na mayora -'s votos encabeza-
dos Kur les de Canad y Etsaaos
El ingreso del Gobierno de Et-
paa como> miembro del Conse-
jo Superior de la Organizacin
Internacional de Aviacin Ci-
vil tuvo lugar ayer tras cuatro
aos durante los cuales Espaa
Jue rechazada por sta y otrus
organizaciones de las Naciones
Unidas. i
Espaa ingresa como 21o. y
ltimo miembro del Consejo de
La pelcula que el Jueves es-
trena el Teatro Eldorado, titu-
lada "La Hija- de la Otra",
plantea un problema del mxi-
mo Inters. El argumento Ins-
pirado en un caso bastante co-
rriente .prueba q' los hijos su-
Organizacin de Aviacin Civil
como resultado de haberse de-
bilitado la oposicin occidental
al generalsimo Francisco Fran-
co, tratando de mantener a oJte
de su lado en la guerra irla.
La votacin, en la quinta a-
samblea del organismo lntegri-
do por 57 pases, fu de 29 a fa-
\or y ninguno en contra. Hubo
en blanco. El resto de los muni-
dos abstenciones y dos boletas
bros de la organizacin no I>
taban presentes.
fren las consecuencias de los
actos de sus progenitores. En
la pelcula se nos presenta a
una madre frivola, Irrespon-
sable, y mala que convierte a
su nilta en "la hija de la
otra". Y, adems, aquella ino-
cente muchachita re interpone
como un abismo insalvable en-
tre su padre, y la amorosa
compaera que le sigui con
fidelidad maravillosa entre las
terribles dificultades.
"La Hija de la Otra" se ba-
sa en un tema que nos llega
muy adentro, y que hace reac-
cionar, cpmo lo hara en la vi-
da corriente, contra la madre
culpable de negar el fruto mis-
mo de sus entraas.
No dejen de ver esta pel-
cula en Eldorado, desde el jue-
Dm Popular!
en un intenso y apasionante
Ramn Armengod, en
Una pgina del viejo Madrid...
Con la msica inovidable del
Glorioso Maestro CHAPI.
En Un Conjunto de Insospechadas Emociones...!


MO... Una gran produccin ba-
sada en las verdicas aventuras
de un grupo de soldados ameri-
canos perdidos en las selvas Fi-
Con Tom Ewell, Bob Patten
y Tom Cook
en Tecnicolor

Momentos en aue los Ministros de Educacin, Ingeniero Ricardo J. Bermde, y de Obras Pu-
blicas, Ingeniero Norberto Navarro, acompaados por los maestros y la Directora de la Escuela
Repblica de Hait, en Rio Abajo, llegaban a la nueva escuela para proceder a su inaugura-
cin. Los dos Ministros son recibidos con aplausos por parte de los alumnos del nuevo plan-
tel aue premian en esta forma su esfuerzo por dotarlos a ellos de una nueva escuela que vie-
ne a afirmar la poltica de dotar a toda la comunidad panamea de ms y mejores planteles
educativos para beneficio de la cultura y de los intereses nacionales._________________________
1090 Kcs
P.M. '
3:30 El Hijo Perdido
dramatteacin cortesa
Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
' dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
for Nacho Valds
a Cancionera
Sentimental -
con Kerima Galstica
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Flavio Garca, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Mi Marido
dramatlzacln. cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 Genoveva
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 En Voz Baja
con Anlta Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30 Msica espaola
8:45 Cantares de Mxico-
9:00 Entre Rejas
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
Do Soils y Gmez
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Francia y su msica
10:15 Grandes artistas
10:30 Hacia un mundo mejor
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
6:00 "i'f-nos das
6:03 "anaon de la
6:30 .. iciero RPA
6:45 Mrsica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
Discoteca internacional
Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
Cantares de Mxico
El correo del da
Noticiero RPA
El mundo del vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
dramatlzacln RPA
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes intrrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Concierto Admirable
cortesa Casa Admirable
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
Stephen McALLY
Alexis SMITH
Zircuito Nacional Cinematogrfico
-----------.------ presenta: ------------------
12:30 Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
Con Anoland. Cortesa da
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodriguez
3:13 Marianeia
dramatlzacln RPA

Dos seoritas france-
sas enamoradas de un
merino americano...
En las vaca-
ciones ms
divertidas y
Es para rer
y gozar!...
en y en
'Soy Charro de Levita" "Msico, Poeta y Loco'
Estreno de Una Gran Pelcula!
Una madre frivola, irrespon-
sable y mala, convirti a una
inocente criatura en... "La
Hija de la Otra"...
La existencia de aquella nia
era como un abismo que se
abra entre dos vidas...!
FiTh cottct. we 1
t Jssttte Doy Simone SJgiwit
Los amqres, triunfos, canciones y bailes de un Do
de Hermanos... En el xito-mustoal ms-
resonante del ao!...

Estupendo* Programa Doble!
El drama de accin violenta dentro de un presidio!
Adems: El relato de un caso sensacional!
con Evelyn Keyes Charles Korvln
2 Pelculas Extraordinarias en el Mismo Programa
Para Hacer el^MeJor Doble del Ao!...
El drama heroico de los hom-
bres en los Torpederos-Mos-
quitos! La misin ms peli-
grosa de la guerra!...
do roman-
k* Pictur. th. Tm
wk Doom REED
La historia de un mendig
que lleg a ser principe y a
conquistar el corazn de la
Reina del Harem del Sultn!
- con -

*t finuu aiomca diario mtmminmn

El Ejecutivo, por conducto
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia, dict ayer un decreto
por medio del cual ae regla-
menta la censura de espec-
tculos pblicos en todo el pals.
He aqui el texto del mencio-
nado decreto:
(de de de 1851)
Por el cual se reglamenta la
censura de espectculos pbli-
El Presidente de la RepbUca,
en uso de sus facultades legales,
Articulo lo.Son atribuciones
del Departamento de Prensa,
Radio y Espectculos Pblicos
del Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia, en materia de espec-
tculos: expedir, cancelar o
suspender los permisos para las
funciones cinematogrficas o
teatrales y para otras activida-
des de este gnero; expedir,
suspender o cancelar los per-
misos a los empresarios y di-
rectores de empresas cinemato-
grficas o teatrales y a los ar-
tistas; autorizar la exhibicin
de las pelculas que se presen-
ten en el territorio nacional;
supervlgllar el cumplimiento de
las leyes y dems disposiciones
que rijan la materia; aplicar las
sanciones pertinentes mediante
resolucin del Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia.
Articulo 2o.P ara mejorar
cumplimiento del articulo an-
terior, se crean las Juntas de
Censura de Espectculos Pbli-
cos, en la forma y con las a-
tribuclones que se especifican a-
a) La Junta de Censura de
Espectculos Pblicos de la ciu-
-dad de Panam constar hasta
de veinte (20) miembros y es-
tar integrada asi: el Minis-
tro de Gobierno y Justicia,
3ulen la presidir, el secretarlo
el Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia, quien ser el vtce-pre-
sldente; el jefe del Departa-
mento de Prensa, Radio y Es-
pectculos Pblicos, quien ac-
tuar de Secretario; el Jefe de
la Seccin de Contabilidad del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, quien ser el Tesorero;
el Secretario del Ministerio de
Educacin, el Inspector General
del Trabajo; el Inspector Pro-
vincial de Educacin, el Secre-
tarlo del Consejo Municipal, tres
(3) representantes de la pren-
sa, tres (3) representantes de
la radio y seis (6) ciudadanos
honorables escogidos por el Mi-
nisterio de Gobierno y Justicia.
En la ciudad de Coln cons-
tar hasta de siete miembros,
uno de los cuales ser el Go-
bernador de la Provincia quien
la presidir. En aquellos otro*
lugares que cuentan con sitios
apropiados para exhibiciones
testr ales o cinematogrficas
constar- hasta de cinco miem-
bros, uno de los cuales ser el
Alcalde, quien la presidir. En
cada caso, el Gobernador o el
Alcalde enviar al Departamen-
to de Prensa, Radio y Espec-
tculos Pblicos la lista de las
personas nombradas, para su
aprobacin por el Ministerio de
Gobierno y Justicia.
b) La censura de los espec-
tculos que se proyecten ex-
hibir en lo clubes nocturnos'
o cabarets, se llevar a cabo
por tres miembros de la Junta,
seleccionados o p o rtunamente
por el presidente de la misma.
En cada caso, el dueo o
empresario har la solicitud con
dos das de anticipacin, acom-
paando certificados cort los
cuales se acredite que se han
llenado los requisitos de salu-
bridad, buena conducta, lnml-
racln y extranjera. Despus
e efectuada la censura y a-
probado el nmero o revista
que se proyecte presentar el
Departamento de Prensa, Radio
y Espectculos Pblicos, proce-
der a extender el permiso res-
lectivo el cual ser vlido haa-
a cuando se cambie el progra-
ma. Todo cambio de programa
deber ser sometido a censura
previa y el permiso para pre-
sentarlo deber estar en todo
momento a disposicin de las
autoridades para su verifica-
c) La censura de pelculas
f espectculos teatrales la He-
Varn a cabo tres censores es-
cogidos por el presidente de la
Junta. Corresponder a ellos el
examen de la pelcula que se
?aya a exhibir, para lo cual,
los Interesados debern hacer
la solicitud respectiva al De-
partamento de Prensa, Radio y
Espectculos Pblicos, con una
anticipacin de dos dias, y a-
compaando a sta dos ejem-
plares de loa cuadros de pro
paganera y dos fotografas. In
el archivo del Departamento de
Prensa y Radio quedar una
copla da esta documentacin y
la otra ser devuelta a la em-
con el certificado de que
sido aprobada o Improbada
la pelcula. Queda al criterio
del Departamento de Prensa y
Radio, decidir cuales son las
pelculas que deben ver los cen-
d) Para lo*, efectos de la
censura .de pelculas se estable-
cen do* categoras, a saber:
lo.) De exhibicin universal
3o.) De exhibicin restringi-
Al autorizarse la presentacin
de la ltima categora de pe-
lculas, el Departamento de
Prensa. y Radio oficiar Inme-
diatamente a la Polica Nacio-
nal y a la Polica Secreta Na-
cional a fin de que esas au-
toridades adopten las medidas
del ca*o, cuando lean prohi-
bidas pera menores de diez y
ocho ao*.
e) Queda terminantemente
prohibida la exhibicin de "A-
vances" fotografas,' clises, di-
bujos, etc., en la- pantalla ci-
nematogrfica, en las entrada*
y marquesinas de los salones de
cines, en las carteleras coloca-
das en diferentes sitio* de la
ciudad y en vehculos y peri-
dicos, antes de que la pelcula
haya sido clasificada y apro-
bada de acuerdo con lo ante-
riormente dispuesto.
f) Los.avances de pelculas
prohibidas para menores no
podrn ser pasados en la pan-
talla en las funcione* ordina-
rias, ni sus propagandas pict-
ricas exhibidas .en carteles o
peridicos. .
g) Los certificado que au-
toricen la exhibicin de pelcu-
las, expedidos por el Departa-
mento de Prensa, Radio y Es-
pectculos Pblico*, debern a-
compafiar siempre a dichas pe-
lculas y presentarse a la Jun-
ta de Censura en cualquier par-
te del territorio de la Rep-
blica donde se vayan a exhibir,
y debern permanecer en la
taquilla para la verificacin de
las autoridades. .
h) Los. programa* de espec-
tculos (que no sean cintas ci-
nematogrficas) que vayan a
presentarse en los teatros sa-
lones de cine debern ser some-
tido* a censura, detalladamente
y por escrito, por el Gerente
del teatro ante la direccin
del Departamento de Prensa
Radio y Espectculo* Pblico*,
con una anticipacin de do*
Articulo 3o.Queda terminan-
temente prohibida la exhibicin
d peUculas, nmeros teatra-
les o-coreogrficos y. demr-es-
pectculos r pblicos a ee s
refiere este .decreto, sin que
se hayan cumplido previamen-
te las disposiciones aqu con-
signadas. y*
Articulo 4o.B Departamen-
to de Prensa, Radio y Espec-
tculos Pblicos, ser l rgano
de comunicacin de la* Juntas
de Censura para los fines 'del
cumplimiento le este decreto.
Articulo 5o,Los Censores tie-
nen obligacin de cooperar en
todo momento para que se cum-
plan las disposiciones de este
Decreto. En ca*o de que obser-
ven alguna infraccin, lo infor-
marn inmediatamente al De-
partamento de Prensa, Radio y
Espectculo* Pblico* pata que
este denuncie. *1 caso a .la. au-
toridad competente.
Articulo 6o.-Las infraccin**
a la* disposiciones del presente
decreto sern penadas con mul-
ta de do* (B. 2.00) a veinte
balboas (B. 20.00 o arresto e-
qnlvalente por el Alcalde del
Distrito o solicitud de la res-
pectiva Junta de Censura.
.Articulo 7o.'Por la censura
de aquellas- pelculas que or-
dene la Junta, la' casa Impor-
tadora deber consignar al so-:
licitar la censura,. en el De-
Eartamento de Contabilidad del
Unlsterio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, para *u adjudicacin a
los respectivos censores, la su-
ma de seis balboas con 00|100
(B. 6.001 como honorario* de los
miembros de la Junta que ha-
yan tomado parte en ella. Ea
el caso de los espectculos que
se proyectan exhibir, en los.
clubes nocturnos o cabarets, el
dueo o empresario har, la so-
licitud respectiva con dos, dias
de anticipacin, acompaando
un cheque por Igual suma de
seis balboas con 001106 (B. $.t0)
girada a favor' del mismo4 De-
partamento de Contabilidad del
Ministerio de Gobierno y Justi-
cia como honorario* de los cen-
sores. Quedan exonerados del
pago a lo* respectivos censores,
tos espectculo* pblleoe que se
presenten en el territorio de la
Repblica que tengan proyec-
ciones culturales educativas y
de beneficencia que sean aje-
no* a fines. lucrativos, pero es-
tos slo podrn llevarse a cabo
con el permiso previo de la
Junta de Censura y la solicitud
deber m presentada por lo
manos con dos dias de anti-
Articulo 8oSlo podrn ac-
tuar como censores y portar
las respectivas tarjetas de iden-
tificacin, los nombrados por el
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia en virtud de este decreto.
fl nmero de miembros de una
unta no ser mayor que el se-
alado en este Decreto. Quedan
canceladas las tarjetas de Iden-
tificacin de censores expedidas
hasta.esta fecha.
Articulo 9oE t e Decreto
subroga al articulo 6o. del De-
creto No. S13 de 1942 y al De-
creto 859 del lo. de noviem-
bre de 1941, asi como todas las
disposiciones anteriores que le
sean contrarias, y entrar en
vigencia inmediatamente.
Comuniqese y publiquese,
Alcibadea Aresemena
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Miguel ngel Ordees
tiene los
mejores programas
Ha sido reglamentada la Censura
de los Espectculos Pblicos
EMa fe kan pr Cortesa de Angelini
ELDA DE ICAZA, actris de exquisito temperamento, debuta
boy en el espectculo "MUJERES ENTRE REJAS", una novela
de Claudio Lopes Gronning, que transmite la Red Panameri-
cana de lune* a viernes a las 9 de la noebe. ELDA comparte
honores con ANITA VILLALAZ y LUCHO TAPIA. Produccin
y direccin de EMILIO DIAZ.

Los dueos de lavanderas
en desacuerdo con gestin
del Alcaide Dr. A. Navarro
Hemos recibido la siguiente
carta para su publicacin:
Panam, le de Junio de 1951
Seor doctor
Alberto Navarro
Alcalde del Distrito,
Respetado seor Alcalde:
Como panameo y propietario
de lavandera a vapor, de la
cual dependen ocho familias pa-
ra su sustento, le dirijo la pre-
sente carta abierta, con todo el
respeto pero con un magno de-
sagrado, para protestar porque
al derogar la parte del Articulo
Primero del Decreto No. 27 de
1951 que dice "Las lavanderas
a vapor sern las nicas auto-
ruadas para lavar casimires,
paos tropicales y otras teas
cuya limpieza requiera cuidados
especiales" ud. slo tomo en
cuenta las mil razones aporta-
das por los Chinos, propietarias
de lavanderas a mano, sin si-
quiera considerar las razone*
que los dueos de lavanderas a
apor pudieran aducir.
Esto seor Alcalde, deprime el
sapfritu de panameos, muchos
de los cuales le-dieron el voto
para que ,Ud. llegara a la Alea!-
fh mas microbios
1 ensucocina!
que lave el fregadero o al pas de
u cocina, agrefue M cuchara-
da! de LYSOL a cada S litraa da
acua. LYSOL ea al daain/ectant*
concentrad; de accin
jabonosa, que deaiofecta y
limpia a) mismo llampo, ex-
terminando loa microbios.
Cacfa Va Qu La re...
Oaain/ac re Coa
m lauto fNrfw
** -rti nwaillifliluisi gas.
r Sur ,-**3^S
alca. Despus aspea*
vio a tener proble.
*". Este afirma
U seora Thya
Nebon. Star Route
l Be. t. LWcav
Wash. U testia*.
" **. etpontinM.
Q (jsfcaAtens efterfeoressi.
a take* vejetas.. Teme cade
-age. ,.buds.ei..M^
La Novela Quaker
HOA-(3:30-3:45 PM)
HOW -(3:30-3:45 PM)
dia a laborar por el bienestar
de su* conciudadanos y que a-
hora ven que Ud. los condena a
la miseria por darle a cierto
comerciantes derechos que la
Constitucin les veda.
No querra hacer un paran-
gn entre su proceder y el del
Licenciado Vega Mndez al tra-
tar de solucionar el problema de
las lavanderas, pero es de no-
tar que el ex-alcalde Vega Mn-
dez estudi debidamente este a-
sunto consultando a las partes
interesadas y a pesar tambin
de las mil ratones que le ofre-
can los chinos, l no se apart de
la linea recta de la Justicia y
dej el Decreto tal cual fue pro-
Quiero declararle una vez
ms, mi total desacuerdo con
su actuacin en este caso, pues
es algo muy cierto que a un mi-
llar de razones pueden oponerte
mil quinientas o dos mil ra-
De Usted Atto. y 8 S.
Miguel Amat M.
Cdula 15-2822
Lavandera Selecta,
Servicio de Lewis
Avenida Tvoli No. 4
Frente al Correo
da Ancn

De conformidad eon los artculos to. y So. de los
Estatutos, citase a los seores accionistas para la reu-
nin general ordinaria que tendr lugar el Viernes 29
de los corrientes, a las 5 p.m., en el Despacho del Presi-
dente de la sociedad, falle 15 Este No. 2, altos, a fin de
considerar y resolver lo* siguientes asuntos:
lo.Informe de la! Junta Directiva y Balance.
o.Nombramiento de Directores.
Panam,-19 de Junio del 1951.
El Presidente,
Umas/ \
CADA deudo** Pastilla Vkfc, '
medicine la garganta In liada da .
12 a 15 minuto. _^**~~-"^
cspaclsleeldel fanwoVlckJ
Hasta las diez de la maana del dia 28 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) quntale de PAPAS BLANCAS
AMERICANAS coa on peso mnimo de 5 (cinco)
El Pliego de'Cargos y Especificaciones podr obtenerse
cualquier da hbil en la'Secretaria del Banco Agro-Pecuario
e Industrial.
Panam, 18 de Junio de 1851.
En Una Pelcula de Hondo Sabor Humano...!
Brindan su Gracia y Humorismo, secundando a
A LAS 8:30 P. M.

el Concesionario FORD
le ofrece este servicio
.'.. J
le ofrece los servicios de mecnicos entrenados por Ford. Y porque
estos han sido adiestrados para cumplir su tarea como es debido,
le ahorran tiempo, molestias y dinero.
PKZAS FORO LIOTIMAS. La, pfe^, Ford Legftimas qu
tiene el Concesionario Ford son la reproduccin exacta de las
piezas originales en su auto. Estin hechas a precisin para qua
ajusten con exactitud y duren ms.
tiempo cuando lleva su Ford, Mercury o T-fr^in donde el Con-
cesionario Ford para servicio. Sus mtodo* estn proyectados por
los diseadores miamos de u auto. l le ofrece Servicio Ford
legtimo, le cual representa mayor endsncia en la tarea.
O SQIPO PORO ISPKIAI. He aqu otro "extra" por parte del
Coooaaionerio Ford que le ahorra dinero. l puede proporcionar-
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