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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01148
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Panama American
Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O. fi
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951
FILL 'EE UP Beating the Jet plane high fu
B-47 8tratolet bomber .(left) Is refueled In mid
freighter tanker. The planes use a "Flying Bo
to contact position with the bomber by mea
about the center of pipe), which act like the
vator" control surfaces are manipulated by a
plane. The telescopic, swlveUng pipe system
stop flight range.____________
(NEA Telephoto)
el consumption problem, this 600-mph Boeing
air by a double-deck. Boeing KC 97A Strato-
om" system, wherein the fuel pipe is moved in-
ns of tiny V-shaped control surfaces (visible
tall control surfaces of a plane. The "rudde-
crewman stationed under the tall of the tanker
for refueling can increase the bomber's non-
Planes Stand By
To Bring British
From Iran By Air
LONDON, June 22 (UP) Fa-
milies of British employes In the
Iranian oilfields were ordered by
British officials today to con-
centrate in Abadan for early
An Anglo-Iranian Oil Compa-
ny spokesman said planes were
standing by to start an airlift
at a moment's notice.
Top Iranian Army officers in
London were also standing by
to return to Teheran. An Iran-
ian embassy spokesman said 25
[ ? officers would be returning to
Iran by air In the next few days
after a period of training here.
The spokesman Insisted their
return was not connected with
the oil troubles, but there will
be fewer than half a dozen
Iranian military men in London
after they go.
Britain asked the World
Court at the Hague today
for a temporary injunction
restraining the Iranian Gov-
ernment from taking over
the oil company.
The company's team of nego-
tiators returned to London to-
day from the Teheran negotla-
Little League
Box Score:
The Little League's (5,004
box score to date: _
Previously reported $792.82
Balboa Bingo collection 30.22
Diablo collection .... 29.50
Cocol) collection..... H.00
Total ...... UWM
tlons which broke down at the
first meeting.
Leader of the team. Basil
Jackson, deputy chairman of the
company, said:
"Tne Iranian Government's
delegation was hopelessly Incon-
sistent, and I do not think that
with the present Government in
power there will be any hope of
reopening negotiations.
"The company's offer made a
good Impression with moderate
opinion in Iran, but that im-
pression cannot find expression
"I found the Prime Minister
(Mohamtd Mossadegh) In bed.
To my eyes he looked quite
Evacuation plans would have
all Britons In Abadan evacuated
within 36 hours, and all Britons
In the Iranian oilfields within
72 hours.
Whether the plan is put Into
action will depend whether the
Iranians make It Impossible for
the company to function alto-
British officials and oil com-
pany officers have meanwhile
been Instructed to continue as
One tanker is still loading
normally at Abadan. No instruc-
tions have been given for the
withdrawal of the British Tank-
er fleet from the Iranian trade.
According to latest reports
yesterday's demonstrators caus-
ed no damage to machinery and
lnstalla tlons. They confined
themselves to tearing down
company signs.
One source said: "But that
was yesterday. We don't know
what may be happening In the
oilfields at this moment.
"We must be prepared for the
worst, though we keep hoping
for the best."
Clyde 'Jimmy Rose Killed In
Auto Accident In California
Relatives here have received
word of the death of the well-
known former Isthmian dance
band leader ''Jimmy" Rose as a
result of an automobile accident
I. in California yesterday.
The band leader and former
Canal employe, whose real name
was Clyde Rose, had been mak-
ing his home In Cupertino, Cali-
fornia, with his wife. Mrs. Mary
Pitman Rose, following his re-
tirement for disability in April
of last year
Mrs. Rose was formerly society
editor of The Panam American.
Ttt cable announcing Mr.
Rose's death gave few details,
but indicated he was driving his
ear alone at the time of the ac-
Mr. Rpse was a veteran of
World War I, and affiliated local-
ly with the American Legion. He
was a member of Slbert Lodge,
AF&AM of Qatun, and of the
Hamadan Grotto of the Mystic
Order of Veiled Prophets of the
Enchanted Realm of Balboa.
He belonged to a number of
local clubs and musical groups
nd organized and managed sev-
eral of the popular All-Aoaerican
dance bands.
Preceding his retirement he
was employed with the hotels di-
vision of the Canal, and had also
worked In the Finance Depart-
ment at Balboa Heights. ___
Selective Service
Directors Arriving
Here Sunday Night
Five representatives for Selec-
tive Service headquarters in
Washington are arriving here
Sunday night by air from the
United States to set up Canal
Zone draft headquarters.
The party is headed by Brig.
General L. B. Renfrow, Deputy
Director of Selective Service.
Other members of the group are:
Col. Daniel O. Omer, General
Counsel; Lt. Col. Norman C.
Brown, Manpower Division; and
Lt. Col. Robert W. Johnson, Fis-
cal and Procurement Division,
and Lt. Col. John W. Barber, Re-
gional Field Officer.
Lt. Col. Barber plans to spend
between one and two weeks here.
The other expect to return to
the United States Tuesday or
They will be preceded to the
Isthmus by A. G. Medlnger, State
Director for the Canal Zone or-
ganization. ,Medlnger, who Is also
Deputy Director of the Marine
Bureau, Is now in Washington on
official business but is returning
to the Canal Zone Friday night
by plane.
A meeting between the visiting
Selective Service representatives
and members of the Canal Zone
Board is tentatively scheduled
for early Monday.
A Selective Service organiza-
tion the first for the Canal
Zone was authorized last Feb-
ruary. It had been recommend-
ed in December by Governor
Calo Plaza Urges
More Newsprint
For Latin America
Ecuadorian President Galo
Plaza, following a White House
presentation this morning of the
Legion of Honor in the grade of
Chief Commander, went to the
National Press Club where, in a
speech, he suggested United
States newspapers reduce their
sizes to permit the-shipment of
additional newsprint to South
He emphasized the importance
of a free press in building de-
mocracy, but said in Latin Am-
erica newspapers were hamper-
ed bv newsprint shortages and
high costs which forced them to
increase their costs, which re-
duced the number of readers.
Sabres Get 5 More MIGs;
Ridgway Asks For Troops
Govt. Employes' Salary Hike
Depending On Postal Workers
A draft of a proposed pay bill
forwarded yesterday by Rufus M.
Lovelady from Washington to
the local chapter of the American
Federation of Government Em-
ployes may be Introduced in the
next few days in Congress pro-
viding "they can get the approv-
al of the postal employes."
The proposed bill would provide
for the following increases by
Grade 1 $192, Grade 2
$212.40, Grade 3 $241.20, Grade
4 $245, Grade 5 $269.60,
Grade 6 $314.80, Grade 7: $335,
Grade 8 $376, Grade 8 $412.-
80, Grade 10 $449.80. Grade 11
$486.40. etc.
A clipping from Howard Lewis'
June 18 Washington column,
U.8. and Us, claims that: "The
Congress sub-committee has
plainly hit a snag in getting out
Besides his widow, Mr. Rose Is
survived by his mother and step-
father, Mr. and Mrs. William Pal-
mer, and a brother Dana Rose,
all of Santa Clara, California, and
by his sister-in-law and two bro-
thers-in-law in the Canal Zone,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hayes Stroop,
Jr., and Warren Pitman.
Cov. Newcomer
Returns Sunday
Governor Francis K. Newcomer
is returning Sunday morning by
atr from Washington after an
absence of about two weeks.
He attended a meeting of the
Panam Railroad Board of Di-
rectors the last to be held un-
der that name. After the reor-
ganization on Jury 1. the Board
will be known as the Board of
Directors of the Panam Canal
At this week's meeting the
Board voted to hold its next
Quarterly meeting In the Canal
one in September.
Preparing To Cut
US Truck Output
.-The Government is preparing
to cut the United States pro-
duction of trucks up to 40 per
cent in the three months start-
ing July 1. despite industry
warnings that lt will cause wide-
spread layoffs. _
Retired Detective
George W. Mullins
Dies In Canal Zone
George W. Mullins, Sr., a mem-
ber of the Canal Zone police force
for over 23 years until his retire-
ment in March 31,1948, died last
night at Gorgas Hospital. He was
62 years old.
Mr. Mullins had been living in
Cocoll since his retirement from
the Police force. He had been in
ill health for some time but was
not admitted to the hospltl until
1st Monday.
A native of Connecticut, where
he was born April 23, 1989, he
came to the Isthmus with the
Army In September, 1924. He had
had nine years of military ser-
vice Including service overseas
during World war I when he was
honorably discharged from the
4th Coast Artillery at Gatun Jan.
7, 1925. He was employed by the
Police Department the following
Stationed for several years at
Ancon and Balboa police sta-
tions, he was permanently de-
tailed to detective duty in the
Balboa district on August 5. 1932.
At several times he was acting
Senior Detective Officer. In April,
1925, Mr. Mullins was transferred
to Police Headquarters as Identi-
fication Officer.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Gertrude Mullins, three sons,
George Mullins, Jr., of Balboa.
Earl, of Franee Field and Curtis
Leo of Margarita, and one
daughter, Betty Dolores Mullins,
who also makes her home on the
Isthmus, as well as by three
He leaves three brothers and
two sisters in the United States.
They are Clarence Mullins of
Stratford. Conn., John Mullins of
Rochester, NY., Edward Mullns,
of Daytona Beach, Florida, Mrs.
Charlotte Nanseau of Glenbrook.
Conn., and Mrs. Nellie Lejoy, of
Falrfleld, Conn.
Funeral services will be an-
nounced later.
U. S. Government
Seeks Psychologists
The United States Civil Service
Commission in Washington has
announced examinations for sev-
eral positions in Washington and
vicinity and one for psychologists
in various federal agencies In
Washington and in most State
throughout the country.
The positions Include: office
appliance repairman; physicist;
chemical engineer; mathemati-
cian; chemist; photographer;
mlcrophotographer; photo s t a t
operator; blueprint operator;
blueprint and photostat operat-
or; photo-reproduction trainee;
and psychologist.
a pay raise bill, although only a
few days ago lt was expected to
approve the Pastore 8.4% propos-
al. Reason for the delay Is the
dissatisfaction of the postal
groups with the 8.4%. This has
knocked down chances of an ear-
ly clearance to 8.4% and resulted
In a dispute which may be hard
to settle. Chances continue to
look good for some sort of mo-
dest raise, either the flat $300 fa-
vored by House Chairman Mur-
ray for lower salaried groups, or
the 8.4% approved recently by
the Senate sub-committee."
Lovelady further reported that
the Reed bill, one of five Canal
Zone tax relief measures to be
introduced to Congress, is ex-
pected to get solid backing.
The bill proposes to eliminate
the retroactive feature of the Ca-
nal Zone Income tax.
Fifteen of the 26 members of
the House Ways and Means Com-
mittee are already committed to
vote in favor of the bill, and Sen-
ator Walter F. George. Chairman
of the Senate Finance Committee
will report lt favorably and-he
will press for prompt Senate ac-
tion on the measure.
East Coast Ships
Still Tied Up
NEW YORK. Jane 22 (UP)
Ships' radie officers today
ended their week long strike a-
gainst Pacific Coast shipown-
ers, but negotiators on the East
Coast, where the National Ma-
ritime Union is struck, remain
Bulletin Lists 109
PanCanal Positions
There are 109 positions vacant
In the Canal-Railroad organi-
zation to which qualified per-
sonnel may transfer, according
to the latest Issue of the trans-
fer-vacancy bulletin from the
Personnel Bureau.
There are 43 vacant positions
in the classified and related
group and 66 are craft positions.
The classified and related
group Includes the following:
governmental accountant; car-
tographic survey aid: account-
ing clerk- clerk-typist; clerk-
stenographer; cash accounting
clerk; clerk, arrhltect designer;
electrical designer; engineering
draftsman; civil engineer, de-
sign, survey and townslte plan-
ning; mechanical engineer; sa-
nitary engineer, estimator; fire-
man; construction inspector;
meatcutter; optical technician;
physical therapist; policeman;
and safety assistant.
The vacant craft positions In-
clude: boilermaker; cablespllqer;
yard and road conductor; bat-
tery and Ignition electrician;
second assistant marine en-
gineer; steam engineer; chief
engineer; aids to navigation
foreman; stevedore foreman;
machinist, electrical, locomotive,
inside, outside and general; ra-
dio mechanic; operator, cons-
truction equipment; lock (cable-
splicer) unqualified, lock (re-
frigeration mech.) unqualified;
lock (steam locomotive) quali-
fied and unqualified; lock (wlre-
m a n) qualified unqualfled,
Eump (pipeline suction dredge),
ractor-bulldozer, and power
house- body repairman painter;
pipefitter; plumber; shlpfltter;
and wlreman.
New York Bound
Airliner Lost
Over W. Africa
DAKAR, June 22 (UP) A
PAA Constellation carrying 39
passengers from South Africa
to New York is missing today.
It Is feared to have crashed
while approaching an airfield on
Africa's steaming West Coast.
The plane flew Into bad
weather after taking off from
Accra, on the Gold Coast, about
midnight last night for Dakar,
French West Africa.
The plane flew over Roberts
Field, Monrovia, Liberia, at 2.4S
a. m. and a little later reported
that lt would be returning to
Roberts Field in 15 minutes.
The plane has not been heard
of since.
British and French planes
roared into a search above the
steaming forests and plains of
little Liberia. So far no signs of
wreckage have been spotted
either in the jungles or on the
sea. .
The Constellation had left
Johannesburg yesterday, and
had stopped at Leopoldville,
Belgian Congo, before reaching
Accra. .
It was due to fly on via Da-
kar, Lisbon, Santa Maria (Azo-
res), to Boston and New York.
Break With Russia
By 3 West Powers
Ends Futile Meeting
PARIS, June 22 (UP) The
three Western powers last night
broke off nearly four months of
fruitless negotiations with Rus-
sia on an agenda for a Foreign
Ministers conference.
The United States, Britain
and France told Russia that
continuation of the deputies'
meeting here "has no practical
utility." This was their 74th
session since March 5.
But the West left the door
open for the Soviet to accept
an earlier invitation to attend
a big four Foreign Ministers'
conference In Washington on
the basis of agreements already
reached here. The Western de-
Euties said Russia could reply
y note through regular diplo-
matic channels.
Pilots' Strike
Spreads In US
CHICAGO, June 22 (UP) The
pilots' strike that has halted all
flights on United Airlines will ex-
tend Monday to American Air-
lines' DC-6BS.
The pilots want to be paid for
miles flown rather than hours in
the air.
Under their present agreement
they may fly no more than 85
hours monthly. They are com-
plaining that faster planes in-
troduced since this agreement
was negotiated have them flying
a 80 per cent higher mileage
TOKYO, June 22 (UP) United States Sabres des-
troyed or damaged five more MIGs over northwest Korea
today to run their six-day total to 29.
Shooting Stars and B 26s hit four Red airfields in north
Korea to prevent their use by the Red Air Force in the
anticipated third round Communist ground offensive.
There was speculation that this might come before
the first anniversary next Monday of the North Korean
invasion of South Korea.
Meanwhile at the United Nations, New York, Gen-
eral Matthew B. Ridgway's appeal for additional armed
forces for Korea appeared to put an end to speculation
on the possibility of a new peace appeal to Communist
Instead, Ridgway's appeal was
believed to indicate a stiffened
"get tough" policy, based on the
theory that the best way to get
Pelplng to talk peace Is to kill
more Chinese Communists.
The United Nations appeal,
on behalf of Ridgway's United
Nations command, was made to
the 38 countries which support-
ed United Nations intervention
in Korea but have failed to sup-
ply any men or material for lt.
Ridgway reportedly wants re-
1) Because the Allied coun-
ter offensive, while highly
successful, has left the Allied
lines slightly extended;
2) Because plans are under
way to step up a rotation
scheme for troops of the 17
United Nations fighting in
Korea. Such a system would
involve a heavy manpower
On the ground in Korea to-
day the Communists were be-
coming increasingly aggressive
all along the 55-mile front from
below Kumsong on the central
sector to the east coast.
They launched several prob-
ing attacks. Allied patrols found
evidence of a Red buildup Just
Two Boys Hurt
Slightly Running
Info Cars On CZ
An eight-year old American
boy, Vernon R. Pajak, received
abrasions of the knee and calf
yesterday morning when he
darted In front of two parked
cars on the Balboa Prado and
into the side of a passing sedan.
The car was being driven by
John W. Merrill. 84, retired Ame-
rican who resides at the Balboa
Pa]ak was treated by the Bal-
boa Dispensary doctor and was
sent to Gorgas for X-rays. The
Balboa police declared the boy
at fault, and no charges will be
Another youngster, Roberto
Jimenez Boxen, age 5, Pan-
amanian, who Uves in Cocoll,
yesterday afternoon ran in front
of a Dodge sedan and was ren-
dered unconscious. He was taken
to Gorgas Hospital by the Co-
coll police after attempts to
obtain an ambulance proved
futile. He was treated for abra-
sions of the forehead and knee,
and his condition is not serious.
No charges will be brought
against the driver of the ve-
hicle, Sgt. Louis Peczeli, since
the cause of the accident was
due to "careless pedestrian."
below Kumsong itself. Kumsong
is believed to be the principal
Communist staging area in Cen-
tral Korea.
In the air. 28 Sabres on a
routine patrol at the Manchur-
lan border intercepted about 30
MIGs some 30 miles from 81-
In the ensuing battle two
MIGs were destroyed and two
Several hours later 16 mora
Sabres spotted 20 MIGs in the
same area. One MIG was dam-
aged before the Red formation
escaped to the sanctuary of
No Allied losses were reported
in either fight.
A group of 16 Shooting Stare
which shot up Sinulju airfield,
just across the Yalu River front
the Reds big Manchurian air
base of Antung reported heavy
antiaircraft fire.
They saw no activity on the
field, and no Communist planes.
B-26s hit other fields further
to the south.
A lone Communist plane vis-
ited the Seoul area of the Al-
lied front during the night. An
obsolete biplane, lt fired a
hand-held machine gun over
Klmpo airfield, and dropped
what appeared to be four mor-
tar shells.
This biplane has been eluding
the Allied radar by hedgehop-
ping through the valleys.
For about an hour between S
a.m. and 3 a.m. the sky over
Seoul was alive with Allied
night fighters both propeller
and Jet as they searched ft
the raider.
Poetry b Police
Just Don't Mix
LONDON, June 22 (UP) -
The police said WilUam W,
Shiptun, 40, was driving
while drunk. Shipton said ha
was sober.
The police doctor said]
write somet h i n g. Shiptou
"It was the Schooner Hes-
perus that sailed the
wintry sea,
"And the skipper had.
taken his nip of whisky
to keep him company.
"Blue was his nose and
red his eyes..."
The doctor said that was
Today a London court or-
dered Shipton to pay a fine
of J98 and costs, and took
away his license for two
Beautiful Blonde Brands Gambler-Hubby
In U.S. Crime Probe Shunned By Governor
MIAMI. Fla., June 22 (UP)
A beautiful richly dreslsed
blonde, irked at the wav her
former gambler-husband treat-
ed their two children, "opened
her heart" to the Senate Crime
Committee today in testifying
that he financed a pro-gambling
newspaper in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Oreeta Carroll, who re-
sembles Movie Actress Madeline
Carcoll. became the committee's
star witness when Gov. Fuller
Warren of Florida refused re-
peated invitations to appear at
hearings here. ,
The committee was expected
to announce today whether it
had decided to subpena War-
ren, but Instead lt contented
itself with a blistering statement
saying it is "surprised that the
governor ..is showing what ap-
pears to be indifference to the
grave organized and criminal
menace posed by the very evi-
dent widespread racketring In
Mrs. Carroll, dressed In a tan
suit with expensive white ac-
cessories and wearing dark
green sun glasses, drew some
"oohs" and "ahs" as she stepped.
up to the witness stand to tes-
tify against Martin Accardo. her
husband from 1044 to 1948.
But first the glamorous blonde
asked committee chairman Her-
bert' O'Conor. D. Md., to order
a television, newsreel and
newspaper cameras removed.
She identified Accardo, who
now lives in Coral Gables. Fla..
as the operator or "The Circle."
a cocktail lounge and gambling
club In Cicero. 111. Accardo. call-
ed as a witness before hi* ex-
wife, refused to answer any
question on the ground that
they might tend to Incriminate
O'Conor, who is conducting
the hearings alone, said he
would recommend that Accardo
be cited for contempt.
Mrs. Carroll said Accardo
agreed to put up $155.000 to
finance The Morning Mall, a
newspaper published for 41 days
by Harry O. Voiler. An editorial
inviting New York Gambler
Frank Coatello to Miami Beach
was Introduced as evidence as
being typical of the editorial
policy of the newspaper.
"I personally know of $100,-
000 that Accardo turned over to
Voiler." she said. "About all he
did was spend money and watch
lt (the newspaper.")
"That was the monev th*t was
going into a trust fund for my
two children." she said.
The stately blonde read a list
of names of widely known
gamblers she recalled seeing at
Accardo's club in Cicero. 111.
These included Tony Accardo.
her ex-husband's brother and
the "enforcer" of the Capone
crew. Jake (Greasy Thumb
Guzik and Louis < Little New
York) Campagna.
The committee also called In
a witness who was a drug ad-
dict a 27-year-old divorcee
with dark circles around her
eyes. She gave her "miserable"
seven-year history of using
marijuana and heroin, which
she said was bought from ped-
dlers after lt was shipped in
from New York. Chicago. Phila-
delohla and Washington,

FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and PlanesArrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
Hold It
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
S.8. Fiador Knot ..............................June U
.S. Cbiriqui ...................................June 25
S.S. Manaqui ...................................July
S.S. Chlrlqui ...................................July 9
(Headline Befrlferated Chilled and General Caigo)
New York Freight Service_______________Cristbal
8.S. Cape Avlnof...........................'.. .June 23
S.S. Cape Cumberland..........................July 1
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 7
S.S. Cape Ann.................................July 15
Weekly Sellings lo New Vork. los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle
Occasional Sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
(Th. teamen In thla service are limited to twelve paaaenien)
Teauent Freight Sailings from CrUtobal to Weal Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via c^.
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala Cristbal
9.1. Chlrlqui.....(Passenger Servio* Only)......June 26
S-S. Chirlqui ....................................July 10
(A Limited Numbor of Paseenger Berth*I
SS. Pont Audcmcr......................................... July 21
1.1. Arganun............................................. June 24
7. MS Winnipeg ............................................. July 1

"lit D Franco" ........................................... Juno U
"Ubtrto- .................................................. July 3
Cristobal: FRENCH LINE. P.O Bos MU Tal. J-U7 A 1111
Panam: LINDO T MADURO. S A Bo 1031
Tel Panana S-1SSS D-1II
"' V
Accepting Passengers for
m. s. "TUDOR"
(Evry room with private bathroom)
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Platter Fan. Are You "Hep" To Our
For as little as J 100 or 2 00 Weekly
jVou can be the proud owner of the latest "hits".. or what-
r wotr type of music you enjoy most'.
Ca. Cyrnos Cyrnos Gill Shop
No. 1 J. F. de la Ossa
(TivoU Crossing)
No. 16 Tivoli Ato.
(Across from Ancon Playsbed)
New KLM Service to Karachi
Via Amsterdam, Teheran
K.L.M. has extended its Ami-
terdam-Lydda-Teheran service
to Karachi where the passengers
on this weekly service, which Is
operated with DC-6 aircraft, will
hart a direct connection with the
K.L.M. service to the Far East.
The weekly landing at Athens
on the westbound flights of the
Amsterdam-Jakarta service, has
been discontinued and replaced
by a landing at Rome. The spe-
cial weekly flights by DC-6 from
Amsterdam to Cairo via Munich
and Athens will now be operated
on Saturdays. This service con-
nects with the Ethiopian Air-
lines service from Cairo to Port
Sudan, Asmara, Addis Ababa and
Horse Offloaded, Ran And Won
Money For Its Own Air Trip
The valuable Irish race horse
"Reksab" was to be flown by
K.L.M. from Shannon to New
York. Unfortunately one of the
documents required for the Jour-
ney was not in order and so the
trip had to be postponed. Rek-
sab 's owner took ad van tags of
this opportunity to enter the
horse for a race at Naas and Rek-
sab. who was probably all set for
his swift journey to New York,
managed to pass the finishing-
post first out of a strong field.
The prize that he won for his
owner was amply sufficient to
pay the cost of his passage. Rek-
sab has since arrived in the Uni-
ted-States by "Flying Dutchman."
Branlff Executives Visiting
After attending a two day
sales conference In Lima, four
Branlff executives arrived yester-
day morning on Flight 602 for a
short stay In Panama. Their are
Michael J. O'Connor, Account
Executive for Branlff, (from Ad-
vertising Firm Potts, Calkins and
Holden of Kansas City), Jack
Brough, Director of Station Op-
erations for Branlff. Lou Person,
Director of Traffic and Schedules
and John Burnett, Director of
New One-Month Manager
for Branlff
Beginning July 1, William E.
O. Taylor, who has just returned
from the sales conference In Li-
ma will act as Manager of Bra-
nlff Airways In Panama for one
month during the absence of
Donald C. Gfefe.
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New York June 15, transited the
Canal yesterday en route to the
west coast of South America. A-
board were Louis Albinl. winner
of a Rotary Club Scholarship who
will study at the University of
San Marcos. Lima. Commander
Langford W. Bates who is a
member of the US Naval Mission
at Quito Ecuador and Ned C.
Fahs who is the Cultural At-
tache of the U.S. Embassy at
SAMUELS, Mr. and Mrs. Cor-
nelius of La Boca, a daughter,
June 18, at Oorgas Hospital.
ORAY. Mr. and Mrs. Abel D. of
Colon, a daughter, June 18 at
Colon Hospital.
MILLER, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. of
Oamboa. a daughter, June 19 at
Oorgas Hospital.
GJXKES, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. of
Rio Abajo, a son, June 19 at Oor-
gas Hospital.
BLACKMAN, Enrique R.. In-
fant of Panama, June 17 at Colon
THOMPSON. James M 62, of
Rio Abajo, June 20 at Oorgas
BAPTISTS, Mayann Jean, 54,
of Colon, June 20 at Oorgas Hos-
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It should be noted for the rec-
ord that Paluka Paul is good to
his mother. Most of his bridge
partners, inclined to forget this
important fact, can find nothing
good to say about him.
Paul was In top form In the
bidding of the hand shown today.
He never showed support for
clubs (five clubs would nave been
a cinch) and tried to steer the
hand Into three no-trump, which
would have been set by a dia-
mond opening. North finally had
to stab at four hearts.
West opened the king of dia-
monds, and Paul had to find a
way to be set. This Is harder than
it looks, but Paul is a genius at
finding a plausible way to cut his
own throat.
For example, suppose dummy
leads a trump at the second
trick. If Paul simply puts up the
king of hearts he can practically
throw the cards against the wall
and still come up with ten tricks.
If Paul leads a trump from
dummy at the second trick and
finesses the ten from his hand,
he will still land on his feet. West
must shift to spades (as good a
defense as anyJ, and declarer
ruffs the third spade to ruff a
diamond In dummy. Then he
leads dummy's last trump, and
no defense can beat him.
Paul found a different way to
play the hand. After winning the
first trick In dummy with the
ace of diamonds he cashed the
top spades and ruffed a spade.
This put him in position to ruff
his los|ng diamond in the dum-
my. Also in position to be set.
At last Paul led a trump from
dummy. East played low, and
Paul finessed the ten. This was a
fatal mistake. He could have
pulled through by playing the
West won with the Jack of
hearts and returned the queen of
spades. Paul had to ruff, and
now he had only two trumps left.
Even Paul could see that defeat
was inevitable if he let the enemy
make their trumps separately.
Hence he made matters worse by
leading a club to dummy and re-
turning a trump.
Bast stepped up with the act of
hearts and returned a diamond
This forced out Paul's last trump,
after which the enemy had the
rest Down two.
There is a moral In this little
tale. Don't go out of your way to
ruff In your own hand. You may
weaken your trump holding (as
Paul did) and thus lose control of
the hand.
Today, Friday, June 22
3:30Music for Friday
4:00Music Without Words
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Evening Salon (request)
7:00Com Into the Parlor
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS (VOA)
8:16Platter Parade
8:45American Journal (VOA)
9:15Symphony Hall (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00Piano Playhouse (VOA)
10:30Time for Music (BBC>
11:00 The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 23
6:00Sign On
8.00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45The Duke Steps Out
9:1Women's World (VOA)
9:30As I See It
10:05Off the Record
11:05Off the Record
11:30Meet ths Band
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:15-r-Personallty Parade
1:45Olad to Meet You (BBC)
2:00Latin American Serenade
2:15 Date For Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Band Concert
3:15 The Little Show
3:30The Bebop Show
4:00Music For Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Ouest Star (TD)
6:15Masterworks from France
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session (VOA)
8:00Newsreel U8A (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45SUmp Club (VOA)
9:00Radio University (VOA)
9:15Jam Session (VOA)
9:30 Battle Report (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune
of Day (VOA i
10:00HOG Hit Parade
10:30Your Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owls Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
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Cola Dance Set
For Balboa Garden
Tuesday, July 3rd
A gala dance and floor show
wUl be held at the Balboa Beer
Garden Tuesday. July 3, from 8
p.m. to 5 a.m. The function Is be-
ing sponsored by employes of the
Hotel El Panama.
Music will be furnished by
Marcelino Alvarez, "king of the
Mambo." Vocalists Camilo Rodrl-
ues and Carlos Vasquez will be
There will be a floor show at
midnight and door prises, also
other special attractions.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1951
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Hu/7ey Soys FDR Sent Him
To Patch Up Yalta Mistakes
WASHINGTON. June to (UP). Former Chin Ambassador
Patrick J. Hurley testified yesterday that Preident Roosevelt
realized shortly before his death that mistakes had been made
at Yalta and dispatched Hurley to Moscow to try and chante
the controversial pact. '
Hurley said Mr. Roosevelt first contended that he had not
"surrendered" China's territorial and political integrity to Rus-
sia by rrantins; the Soviets certain rights in Port Arthur and
Dalren as well as in two Mancharan railroads.
But he said FDR later conceded that some features of the
Yalta agreement "Justify your fears." Hurley said Mr. Roosevelt
then, ordered him to London and Moscow to "ameliorate that
agreement."" ,
Hurlev testified before the Joint Senate Committee Inves-
tigating the recall of Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur as Far Eastern
and Mr. Roosevelt died the fol-
lowing April 12.
The State Department's offl-
ine out his mission successful. I clal White Paper on China. Issued
He said Mr. Roosevelt died while in 1949. said Hurley was sent to
Hurley testified that the State
Department killed any chances
there might have been for carry-
he was en route to Moscow and
that President Truman ordered
him to continue the mission.
But then, he said, the State De-
partment cabled that the United
London and Moscow in April,
1945. to "discuss American poli-
cy n China with British and So-
viet leaders." It did not mention
any efforts to seek changes In
States was 'irrevocably commit- the Yalta agreement.
ted" to the Yalta agreement.
Hurley, who called for a con-
gressional Investigation ot the
Yalta conference, said he obtain-
ed assurances from Russian Pre-
mier Josef Stalin and British
Prime Minister Winston Chur-
chill that they would preserve
China's territorial and political
Asserting that he might have
succeeded in his mission if Mr.
Roosevelt had lived, Hurley said:
"I was trying to do this, but the
next thing I had was a cable from
the State Department in which
they said that they are irrevoca-
bly committed to the agreement
signed at Yalta.
"In other words, I was mak-
ing a little dent on Britain and
Russia, but I could not move
the American 8tate Depart-
Hurley recalled in graphic
terms his last meeting with Mr.
Roosevelt. He said it was shortly
after the 1943 Yalta conference
and that the President's hand
was "a very loose bag of bones...
the skin seemed to be pasted
down on his cheek bones."
He had told the senators pre-
viously mat Mr. Roosevelt "was
not to blame" for the Yalta "sur-
render" because he already "was
a very sick man."
Hurley said he went to the
White House prepared to fight
****> the late President over the
Yalta accord, but when he saw
Hurley said he reported to
Washington after an April 15
conference with Stalin that the
Russian leader "stated frankly"
that the Soviets would support
establishment of a free andUnl-
ted China. .
The ex-Ambassador said he
also Informed Washington that
Stalin had promised to "cooper-
ate" with Britain and this coun-
try in unifying China's military
forces and had praised Chinese
Nationalist leader Kai-shek as a
"selfless patriot."
Hurley read part of a memo-
rndum which quoted W. Aver-
ell Harriman, then ambassador
to Russia and now a presiden-
tial adviser, saying he thought
Hurley was "too optimistic" in
his report on the meeting with
Stalin. He said Harriman alsd
thought Stalin would "not co-
operate indefln 11 e I y" with
Hurley acknowledged that Har-
riman was "telling the truth." He
admitted he was "overly enthus-
iastic" in his report to Washing-
ton although it was "factually
Hurley said his failure to obtain
changes in the Yalta pact was
the "saddest defeat" he ever suf-
fered .
'That is what I meant .when I
said to yfin that when the Yalta
secret betrayal of China was
written, that Franklin Roosevelt
was a sick man. and I have not
With Zonians
In the Service
(Isthmians with family
members or friends in the
U. S. Armed Forces are urged
to contribute to this depart-
ment by mailing data to the
Zone Service man's Editor.
The Panama-American, Box
134. Panama. R. P. informa-'
tion as to ser v I e e m e n s
whereabouts, their promo-
tions and excerpts from their
letters are of particular in-
Army, Navy,
AF News
Major Duckworth
Departing Kobbe
Ibrt Kobbe, C. Z. Major
Geoifce h. uuc-iwortii, Opeiau.uu*
onicai' oi me otcui.u uauauun,
o3ru infantry, for ine past twen-
ty monuis, leaves tne oanai Zone
next sunuuy for i eassigi.m. in, in
me bniieu tizates.
Major JjucKwunii came to the
Canai /.one in August Ot 1948.
mis lirsi assiginne.il here was
wii me oici ii iinaiilrv nua-
lion, whicn later Decame tne
v* this assignment he ueactivateu
tue 'i^oziiu engineers, lor wnlch
he received tne Conimenaation
in October of 1949 the Major
was tiansieirea to the Mra in-
taniiy, wnere ne has remained
umil his week. Sunday he will
leave or the Command General
staff College ai Fon Leaven-
won n, Kansas.
Major Duckworth will be re-
placeu by Captain Charles A.
. ttockwoou, who came to the Ca-
nal Zone from the Infantry
I benool at Fort Penning.
GOP Demands Spending Slashes
As Democrats Hasten Tax Bill
ROBERT M. QUINX, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Quinn of Gatun,
enlisted in the U.S. Navy at Bal-
bda. C.Z. during August. 1948. but
Armstrong, Eaton
Leaving Commands
The Commanding Officer ofj
the V03d Antiaircraft Artillery
(AW; Battalion, Lt. Col. Chai-
I mers H. Armstrong, Jr., will de-
1 part this commanu wltnln a few
days to attend Army War Col-
lege, Carlisle BarracKs, Pennsyl-
vania. Taking over the Battalion
on June 24 will be Lt. Col. James
D. Shearouse, present 65th'AAA
Group Executive Officer.
Col. Armstrong took.command
of the 903d Battalion In April
1950 after a 19 month tour of
duty as Commanding Officer of
the 98th AAA Gun Battalion,
Fort Buchanan. Puerto Rico.
Col. Ralph P. Eaton, United
him "all the fight I had in me believed that lt was his work,"
went out." Hurley said.
At that meeting, Hurlev said, I "His conversations and lnstruc-
Mr. Roosevelt defended the Yal- j tions and directives to me. both j
ta pact. I before and after Yalta, indicate
But a month later, he said. "I: to me that that does not repre-
sent hack to see President Roose-i gent the objectives for which
velt and by this time he told me ; Franklin Roosevelt was flghtlne."
that there are some of the fea- i In calling for a congressional
tures of that (Yalta agreement) j Investigation of Yalta. Hurley
uuu, k,.u. auiuiKnuBuai. i!"o. oui qtBro, Armv who for the last
his baste training was in Santta- f"BvAy * ~d S SUM
go. California. He attended El;|^uy* thSeffi^, !
trlcal School Service Command,^,, command, Quarry'Hts.,
and graduated March 18, 1949. |Canal Zone> wl'leave in the
... Jnear future for assignment at
After graduation was assigned! the United States Military Aca-
to US S. Arnold J. Isbell. DD|demy west Point, New York. He
886serving two tours of duty on nas been named as the Adjutant
General of the Academy.
Prior to his assignment in the
Canal Zone Col. Eaton served in
the Management Division of the
Army Comptroller' Office in
the east coast of Korea, where he
is at prese-.it. He graduated from
Cristobal High School in 1948.
that Justify our fear." He quoted
the late President as'saying:
"I would like for you to go to
Moscow and see Stalin."
It was the first word that Mr.
Roosevelt ever attempted to can-
cel the concessions granted Rus-
sia to entice her into the war
with Japan. The Yalta confer-
ence was held in February. 1945.
noted that Alger Hiss, now in
prison for perjury in connection
with prewar Communist espion-
age, was an adviser at the meet-
ing to the late Secretary of State
Edward R. Stettlnlus. Jr.
But he said Hiss could hardly
be summoned before a Congress-
ional committee and be made to
testify "against himself."
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LER, the son of the Franklin
Benjamin Kuller family of
Margarita, has.been commis-
sioned as a 2nd Lieutenant,
following his graduation from
the Air Force ROTC advanced-
course at North Carolina State
Lt. Kuller entered on a tour
of active duty and has report-
ed to the 3702nd Personnel
Processing Squadron at Lack-
land Air Force Base, Texas.
WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP) Chairman Robert
L. Doughton, D., N.C., of the House Ways and Means Com-
mittee said yesterday the record-breaking $7,200,000,000
tax increase bill should balance the Federal budget next
year provided "proper" cuts are made in spending.
But Rep. Daniel A. Reed, N.Y., top-ranking commit-
tee Republican, said the bill would "authorize the bureau-
crats to turn the taxpayers' pockets inside out." He de-
manded that President Truman cut spending before im-
posing higher tax rates. <
Their views were given as the House opened formal
debate on the new tax bill, which would raise personal in-
come taxes 12'2 per cent and impos stiff new levies on
corporations and manufactured products.
The measure is being considered under a "gag" rule
that forbids any but committee-proposed changes. Repub-
licans are putting their weight behind and attempt to send
it back to the committee for rewriting. Democrats thought
they could beat the move and send the measure to the
Senate today.
President Tells Newsmen
Of His Hat, Little Else
Although the President has In-
sisted he needs $10,000,000.000 to
47 to 52 per cent. This would
yield an estimated $2,080,000,000
meet rearmament costs on pay- a year. In addition corporation
as-you-go basis, Doughton said excess proft taxes would be 1
anything higher than the pend-
ing bill would be "exceedingly
burdensome and difficult to Im-
creased about $730,000,000 a year.
An increase in excise taxes on
gasoline, autos, liquor, clgarets.
It is hoped that, with a pro- beer and other Items to yield $1,-
per curtailment in non-essential 252,000,000 a year. ______
government spending, lt will be
ample to balance the budget for
the fiscal year 1952 (starting July
li," he added.
Cornell Profs
Arrive Monday
Two professors from Cornell
University who have been em-
ployed for the summer to work
in the Civil Engineering Branch
of the Engineering Division, The
Panama Canal at Diablo Heights
will arrive Monday on the S. S.
Reed charged that Mr, Tru-
man "has refused to make any
sacrifice in the huge and mount-
ing cost of non-essential govern-
ment spending."
"All the people are demanding
that President Truman and this
Congress cut government spend-
ing before imposing higher tax-
CSThheWllcairildfor- The* are Taylor D' Lewte- M"
The bill calls for 'sociate professor of civil en-
A 12-i per cent Increase in in- K,npprln and H M alftt wno
dividual Income taxes to yield an f''3e:,a"2 sanitarv engin-
estimated $2,847.000 a year. To ^VparSenUlSrnT
figure your new. tax under this B K
proposal, simply hire your pres- Lewis specializes in city plan-
ent yearly tax bill by 12-1 per>ning and Is now englneernlg
cent. consultant for two cities In the
An increase of five percentage | United States. Gifft Is a special-
points In corporation Income tax ; 1st on concrete and highways
rates, the maximum going from ;as well as sanitary engineering.
WASHINGTON. June 22 (UP>-r-
Presldent Truman sparred with
reporters for 20 minutes yester-
day without revealing anything
more significant than the fact
that he greeted the President of
Ecuador In a three-year-old Pan-
ami hat.
Mr. Truman optned his weekly
news conference by assuring a
questioner he has no present
plans to intervene In the airline
pilots strike.
Then he brushed aside a long I
series of questions about Qen.'
Douglas MacArthur's counter-
attack against the Administra-
tion, the watered-down controls
law being drafted by Congress
and his political Intentions in
Reporters finally shot a flurry
of fashion questions at the chief
executive based on the fact that
he wore a Panam hat Wednes-
day when he greeted Galo Plaza,
U. S. born president of Ecuador
who is visiting here.
Mr. Truman replied that the
hat was three years old, that lt
was given to him by someone In |
Ecuadorhe didn't recall whom >
and that lt Is still In good con- j
A reporter asked if the Presi- j
dent had any more fashion notes.
Mr. Truman said no and the con-
ference ended.
Previously a reporter wanted to
know what he thought about
MacArthur's charge that the
President had muzzled pertinent
witnesses in the Senate inquiry
into MacArthur's dismissal as
Far Eastern commander.
No comment, the President
He next was asked about re-
ported United Nations peace
moves in the Korean war. The
reply was that no such proposals
had been taken up with him.
"Do you think lt will be possi-
ble to control inflation and keep
prices down under the tcontrols*
bill as lt Is taking shape on Capi-
tol Hill?" another reporter de-
The President said he could not'
comment until he knows what U
in the bill.
Reporters asked about a state-
ment earlier this week by Jona-
than Daniels, editor of the Ra-
leigh News and Observer and the.
President's biographer, who pre-
dicted Mr. Truman will run for
reelection in 1952.
"Was Jonathan Daniels acting
on anything more than sharp re-
portorlal instinct?" a newsman
wanted to know.
For Many Years to Come
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Matching dcsigni in $3.40 Up
earrings nd brooch.
During the last war Col. Eaton
was the Chief of Staff of the
82nd Airborne Division while the
division was serving in Africa.
Italy, and Europe, and later be-
came Chief of Staff of the 18th ,
Airborne Corps In Europe. He
returned to the United States in !
July 1945 for his assignment with
the Army Comptroller.
Albrook Has
Five Openings
The Civilian Personnel Office
at Albrook Air Force Base has
announced five opportunities for
employment. The position open
at Albrook are: Civil Engineer.
GS-11; Budget Officer, G8-10;
Oral Hygenlst. G8-4; Clerk-
stenographer, GS-4; Radio and
Electronic Equipment Repairer
and Installer, WB-17.
Application for these positions
may be made on Standard Ap- !
plication form 57 and further In-
formation may be obtained by
calling at the Civilian Person-
nel Office at Albrook Air Force
Latest Styles
No. 4, Tivoli Avenue
Opposite Ancon P. 0.
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Vacancies Listed By
Transportation Corps
Employment vacancies exist In
the Transportation Corps, U. S.
Army, for ship officers and crew-
men, according to an announce-
' ment made today by the Civilian
Personnel Division of USAR-
A total of 25 positions are open
for oilers. A. B. Seamen, Mess-
men and qualified ship officers.
Applicants with elglblllty cards
will be interviewed by Miss Ro-
unsavllle at the Civilian Person-
nel Officer in Curundu 7:30 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. on Mondays and
Thursdays only.
Truman Clarifies
'Nationality' Of
His 'Panama' Hat
iUSISi The straw hat which
President Truman wore Wednes-
day when he officially welcom-
ed Ecuadorian Piesident Galo
Plaza to the United States is
from Ecuador, although of the
type commonly called a Panam '
At his press conference today,
President Truman clarified the
"nationality" of tne hat in ans-
wer to a newsman's question.
White House correspondents
and other newsmen who cover-
ed the arrival of the Ecuadorean
President had wondered about
the origin of the hat when Pre-
sident Truman took it off to
welcome President plaza. The
press conference today, a re- <
porter asked President Truman
about lt.
Truman replied that he wa>
wearing a straw hat from Ecua-
' dor that he had had for about
three years and which, he ad-
I ded. was still in good shape.
! Asked how he had acquired the
I hat, Truman said it was sent
I to him by an official who had
I been visiting in Ecuador.
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Increase League Lead To 6 1-2 Games
If feUow stays in baseball long enough and Unt market thy
he's bound to make a bad deal her* and there. Somewhere a Ions the
Une the averages will catch up with him. The other day George
Weiss used Fred Sanford as a throw-in in a deal with Washington.
Sanford had cost the Yankees $100,000 and three Players.
Obviously, it was a bad deal. From '49 to ^ *^ JWjfcUtfOrt
won only 12 games for the Yankees No one likes to e minded
of his mistakes and this was an outstanding dealer, needs no apology. His over all average U remarkably high
What is it the bard says about the good being Interred with a man s
A ball club that is going nowhere must go into the market or
continue to decay. This would help to explain why the Chicago Cubs
dealt Andy Pafko to the Brooklyn*. They weren t going to get any
higher with the brilliant outfielder, but they might Improve with
' what they got in return. That's the chance a club must risk.
This deal has evoked bitter comment since it strengthens what
already appears to be the strongest club In the National League.
Fred Saigh. owner of the Cardinals, protests It will throw the league
. race out of balance. The Dandy Little Manager creatni t$ bad
offered the Cubs "three times as much." Which Is in line with his
usual bombast. The Giants prefer the $10.000 waiver pick up.
In transactions of this sort a club must be prepared to give up
" something to get something. This U where shrewdness and sagacity
enter The trick Is not to give up too much. If it develops the Cubs
give up too much it will be consistent with their record They seldom
make a good deal and they have made some very bad ones. Once
"they gav the Phillies Do'f CamiUi and cash for a player you prob-
ably never heard of. Don Hurat.
" If Pafko should turn out to be the clincher it wouldn't be the
lrt time the Cubs traded Brooklyn Into a championship. In May
of '41 their general manager. Jimmy Gallagher, a baseball writer
who had somehow sold himself to owner Phil K. Wrigley as a master
mind, gave up Billy Herman for two unexceptional players and the
Dodgers proceeded to win their first pennant in 21 years.
The Pafko deal was authorized by Wld Matthews, who at least
knows what the score Is. and it may prove to be mutually helpful
the measure of a good dealeven If it hould contribute to the
Dodgers' pennant chances. Does anyone hold that the Dodgers,
given the opportunity, should not have taken advantage of It?
Some of the comments would Indicate this to be so.
- In another deadline deal B. ifor Barter 11 Rickey surrendered
Wally Westlake as the key man in a five-man deal with the Cardi-
nals, a move which invited press box criticism. Next to Ralph Kiner
Westlake was the Pirates' strongest bat. There .is no record tnat
Rickev ever lost his shirt in the baseball market. Besides, the Pirates,
as they are. are static only and almost any change Is likely to be a
good one.
Rickey, being only human, for all. his pretensions to a higher
rating, has been known to ecr and there is no guarantee he won t
live to rue the Westlake transfer, regardless o the circumstances.
It seems certain that he underrated the ability of Chico Carrasquel,
the young shortstop, who ha been a solid factor in the success of
the surprising White 8ox. And he didn't exactly handicap the Braves
when he dealt them Eddie Stanky and pennant in '4$.
They all bull boners. Even the best of them. And the only reason
worse deals aren't made from time to time Is that the fellow on the
other side of the desk refuses to accept. There have been Some
monumental skulls that died In embryonic state because the other
fellow couldn't recognize a bargain.
How about the time BUI Veeek. the Odd Character, tried to
Reddle Lou Boudreau to the Browns? That was in the winter of '47.
ext year all Boudreau did was hit .355. win the Most Valuable and
drive the Indians to their first pennant in 28 years. And the man is
supposed to be a genius.
And there was Col. L. 8. MacOenius himself, who in the winter
of '46 olfered Washington Joe Page, Nick Etten. Johnny Lindell and
Aaron Robinson for Mickey Vernon. the first baseman. Vernon had
led the AL hitters with .353 that year, first time as a big leaguer he
had ever gone over .300and the last up to now.
Clark Griffith is supposed to be a smart man. They call him the
Old Fox. But he vetoed the deal. And what happened? Page pitched
the Yankees into the World Series. A free agent; George McQulnn.
discarded by the Athletics, of all people, played first base, outhittlng
Vernon. incidentally, by 38 points. It may be revealing that Col L. S.
and the Odd Character are often linked together as superior show-
men. Just how much baseball they know is debatable.
At times circumstances force a bad deal on a club That's how
the Giants got Alvin Dark and Stanky. Billy Southworth had lost
control of his players In Boston. The owner had to choose between
the players and his manager. Southworth won. The fact that it
would have cost $150.000 to buy up his three-year contract was an
Influential consideration, no doubt.
1st Race "E- Natives 7 Fg.
Purse: I75.W Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doable
1HoyEsElDia D. D'And. 114
2El Mono C. Chong 103x
3Don Catalino F. Casta. 101x
4Rio Mar G. Sanchez 114
5La Prensa R- Ycaza lOlx
Don Sizzle B. Aguirre 112
2nd Race "C" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $325.0$ Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
1Arqulmedes R. Vaaouez 110
2-White Fleet R. Gomez 120
3Proton E. 8ilvera 104
4Mr. Espinosa G. S'nchez 110
5Taponazo E. Campbell 109x
3rd Race "F-l" Natives4>/i Fgs.
Purse: $275.9$ Pool Closes 1:45
1El As F. Caballero 100x
2Tolete R Ycaza lOOx
3Mlguelito J. Cadogen 106
4C Dinero J.Samaniego 113
5Callejera B. Aguirre 118
8Mene C. Chavez lOOx
$th Race "I" Imported44 Fgs.
Purse: $375.9$ Pool Closes 2:29
1Flamenco B. Moreno 108
2Apretador B. Aguirre 120
3Antecede C. Ruiz 116
4Dark Dellte E. Silvera 101
5Llmlass Jose Rodgz. 108
8Forzado R. Ycaza lOOx
7_skywelgen F. Rose 106
8Goylto R Vasquez 107
9 Gold Cylle H. Reyes lllx
10Dalntywood J. Phillips 107
5th Race "B" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $350.99 Poel Closes 2:55
1Filigrana J. PhUlips 107
2Mueco G. Sanchez 110
3Stella E. Silvera 106
4Batan B. Aguirre 120
Cth Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $599.9$ Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doable
1Betuni A. Basan 112
2 The Dauber I R. Gomez 120
3 Pulgarcito C. Chavez 117x
4 Roadmaster R. Vasquez 115
5Paragon J. Contreras 110
8- Own Power B. Moreno 120
7Tamesis II'
8 Mllros
O. Chants 115
B. Pulido 112
J. Phillips 107
E. Darlo 118
7th Race "C" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $650.99 Pool Closes 4:95
8econd Race of the Double
1Avenue Road F. Rose 123
2Newmlnster B. Moreno 112
3Curaca R. Ycaza lOlx
4 Full B. Aguirre 123
.5 Pamphlet B. Pulido 113
Montiellto G. Sanchez 110
8th Race "H" Imported64 Fgs.
Purse: $499.99 Pool Closes 4:49
1Mete Bulla Jose Rodgz. 107
2Bosforo G. Sanchez 111
3P. Spray J. Contreras 115
4Jepperin R. Ycaza 103x
5Armeno O. Chanis 106
6 Baby Betty F. Rose 106
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9th Race "D" Imported64 Fgs.
Purse: $609.99 Pool Closes 5:15
1 Marlscalito O. Chanis 112
2Microbio E. Silvera 105
3 Troplcana A. Bazan 112
4Lacnico C. Ruiz 115
5Mimo J. Contreras 116
6Gaywood' J. Phillips 112
7Polvorazo) F. Rose 120
8Mr. Foot B. Moreno 114
Roe Cops Tenth Straight
While Cards Blank Giants
By United Pnss
NEW YORK, Juna 22 Tht Dodgers yesterday rook
their fattest lead of the year in the National League
six-and-one-half games when they beat the Reds 6-4
at Cincinnati while the second place Giants were losing
to the Cardinals again 2-0 at St. Louis.
PULLS UP SOX__In his sophomore year, Chico Carrasquel has contributed most to the Chicago
Americans' surprising spring rush. Batting fifth and .333. Carrasquel is one of the running White
Sox. not afraid to hit the dirt. The ball follows the hands of the underprivileged kid from Caracas,
Venezuela. He goes deep in the hole to his right, and makes the long throw so well that not a few
competent observers already consider him the best shortstop in baseball. (NEA)
Faces In
The Majors
American League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Chicago......49 19 67$
New York ...'.. 36 22 821
Boston.......$4 25 576
Cleveland.....32 27 .542
Detroit.......3* $$ -3M
Washington .... 23 S3 411
Philadelphia. ... 29 39 .339
St. Louis......19 39 .32$
Chicago at Boston (N).
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N).
Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York YESTERDAY'S RESULTS,
Chicago 100 100 1115 13 0
New York 000 010 1002 7 9
Rogovin (5-3> and Mas!. Nlar-
hos; Shea (2-4). Kuzava. Kramer
and Berra.
Detroit 200 210 1309 12 0
Phll'phia 001 000 0023 7 1
Cain (6-4) and Robinson;
Scheib (1-7', Martin and Murray.
Cleveland 402 020 0008 13 3
Boston 000 101 2C04 11 2
Garcia (6-5t, Lemon and He-
gau; McDermott (4-4>. Evans.
Kinder, Hlnrlchs, Nixon and
(Night Game)
Washington ............ 9
St. Louis............... 2
National League
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn. ..... 38 20 .655
New York.....34 29 540
St. Louis......31 2 517
Philadelphia ... 29 30 .492
Boston.......2 31 .483
Cincinnati.....28 30 .483
Chicago.....25 30 .455
Pittsburgh: .... 21 36 .368
Boston at St. Louis (N).
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N).
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N).
Brooklyn 001 320 0006 10 1
Cincinnati 000 011 0114 11 1
Roe i ic-0i. Ersklne and Cam-
panula; Fox (3-4), Byerly, Weh-
meier, Erautt, Smith and Schef-
New York
St. Louis |
000 000 0000
002 UQ0 OOx2
Jones (0-5), Kennedy and Wes-
trum; Staley 19-6 and Rice.
Phll'phia 503 010 00110 11 0
Pittsburgh 101 000 201 5 12 0
Roberts (8-51 and Seminlck;
LaPalme (1-4). Walsh, Queen and
McCullough, Fitzgerald.
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
19th Race "D" Natives9' Fgs.
Purse: $390.99 Pool Closes 5:44
1Volador J. Rodriguez 116
2 Dallda P. B. Aguirre 112
3Romntico D. D'Andrea 110
4Casablanca F.Rose 117
5X>on Joaqun O. Sanchez 110
Walt Dropo
Harry Taylor
R.P. To Compete
In July 4th Track
And Swim Meets
The Republic of Panam has
accepted an invitation from the
Canal Zone Independence Day
Committee to compete In the se-
nior swimming meet to be held at
the Balboa Pool, the senior track
meet at Balboa Stadium, and the
basketball .tourney to be held at
the Balboa Gym.
In past year athletes from Pan-
ama have been outstanding in
the July 4th competition. Strong
representation in all events is ex-
pected again this year.
All contestants from the Zone
and the Armed Services are re-
minded that entry forms are
available at U. S Rate pools and
gyms and at Armed Services Ath-
letic offices.
Entry forms must be submitted
by all individual desiring to com-
pete In the track and field meet
and In the swimming meet. All
entries must be In the hands of
the committee by noon of June
30, 1951. No individual will be
permitted to compete who has
not submitted an entry form.
Juan Franco lips
1Don Sizzle
6Tamesls II
10Dalila P.
Rio Mar
Mr. Espinosa
Con Dinero
Mm Lass
Betn Newmlnster
Gaywood (e)
-Dalila P.
Preacher Roe extended the
longest winning streak In the ma-
jors to ten games without a de-
feat, tiring a little in the ninth
when Roy McMillan homered and
Bobby Adams singled but Carl
Ersklne came In to stop the rally.
Oil Hodges, with a double and
a single, and Jackie Robinson
with a homer, paced the ten-hit
The Cardinals' Gerry Staley
held the New York Giants to
five hits. He also contributed
to the inning rally with a
double in the third that was
followed by Solly Hemus' single,
an error and Red Schoen-
dienst's double which produced
the game's only runs.
The Phillies outslugged the Pi-
rates 10-5 at Pittsburgh and the
Cubs and Braves were rained out
at Chicago.
Robin Roberts coasted to his
eighth victory getting five-run
help In the first Inning when ex-
Dodger Tommy Brown hit a
grand-slam homer-^-hls first for
the Phillies.
Willie Jones and BUI Nichol-
son also homered for the Phils as
Roberts, never pressing, yielded
12 hits.
The Chicago White Sox beat
the New York Yankees 5-2 behind
Saul Rogovln's four-hitter and
an assault on Yankee hurlers
Frank 8hea, Bob Kuzava, and
Jack Kramer.
The victory gave the White Sox
a split with the Yankees in the
four-game series that left them
still three and one-half games
ahead in the American League
fennant chasethe same margin
hey had when they came to the
Yankee Stadium for the crucial
series with the world champions.
The Yankee runs were both
homers by big Johnny Mlze.
In other American League
games the Indians topped the Red
Sox 8-4 at Boston, the Tigers
downed the Athletics 9-3 at Phil-
adelphia and the Senators beat
the Browns 9-2 In a Washington
night game.
8am Chapman drove in four
runs with two doubles and also
stole home as Mike Garcia
worked without any pressure to
win bis fifth game for the In-
dians although the Red Sox
collected eleven hits.
The Tigers, emerging from a
bad hitting slump, made 12 safe
blows with George Kell getting;
three and Pat Mullln and Vic
Wertz connecting; for triples. Bob
Cain held the Athletics to five
hits, one of them a homer by los-
ing pitcher Carl Scheib who also
Don Johnson pitched his third
straight victory for the Senators,
allowing the Brownies only six
hits. The Senators pounded threa
Brownie pitchers for 13 hito, in-
cluding two-run homers by Irv
Noren and Mickey Vernon.
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
4th and 8th RACES
7th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse-: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
1. AVENUE ROAD............ F. Rote 123
2. NEW MINSTER............B. Moreno 112
3. CIRACA..................It. Ycama lOlx
4. FULL...................B. Aguirre 123
5. PAMPHLET...............B. Pulido 113
6. MONT1EL1TO____ .....G. Sanche* 110
7th Race "A" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $1,000.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
1. MAIN ROAD............J. Contreras 121
2. WELSH LOCH............. B. Pulido 111
3. PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Aguirre 122
4. P1NARD.................O. Chanis 111
5. RATHLIN LIGHT..........E. Silvera 107
8th Race Imported 3-Year-Olds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $2,000.00 Pool doses: 4:40 p.m.
1. (CARMELA 11____ ......B. Moreno 115
2. (GRISV..................G. Sanche* 120
3. SANDWOOD_____......../. Contreras 115
4. WELSH FOX..............B. Pulido 115
5. SILVER DOMINO..........B. Aguirre 115
6. VENTRE A TERRE..........G. Crun HO
7. WILD WIRE........____/. Rodrigue* 115

FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1951
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Veeck Buys Browns On Condition; Happy Chandler Resigns
St. Louis Club To Be Run
Under Option Until July 5
By United Prtss
NEW YORK, June 22 Two controversial baseball
items that have been hanging fire for weeks finally mat-
erialized yesterday.
Commissioner A. B. Chandler set July 15 as the date
for his resignation. And Bill Veeck bought the St. Louis
Browns in a condition sale.
Chandler announced from Cin-
cinnati this morning that his six-
year reign over major league
baseball would end on July 15.
After that, says Chandler, "I'll do
plenty of fishing." Chandlers
contract ran until April of 1952.
The owners voted to oust him at
meetings last December and
again In March. At a recent New
York meeting, they agreed to the
terms Chandler demanded for
quitting before his term ran out.
Chandler asked for a full year's
salary of $85,CO0 and freedom
from liability in any law suits
against baseball. Chandler will
get none of the concessions until
he officially leaves office.
Until a new commissioner is
elected, baseball will be run by
a four-man Executive Commit-
tee. That committee includes
American League President
Will Harridge, National League
President Ford Frick, and Pres-
ident Warren Giles of Cincin-
nati and owner Tom Yawkey
of the Boston Red Sox.
Giles was the only baseball
representative present when
Chandler announced the resig-
nation date. Giles says the Exec-
utive Council Intends to remain
In Cincinnati. Any members of
the present staff who wish to re-
main can do so, at least until a
new commissioner has been
elected. Chandler's personal sec-
retary, Mrs. Eunice Morris, says
abe will quit with Chandler next
month. The rest of the staff will
continue under George Denman,
the acting secretary-treasurer of
the Executive Council.
Chandler denies reports that
he will join the Mutual Broad-
casting Company or any other
radio organization after he leaves
"No radio organization has
made me any sort of an offer,"
says Chandler. "Nor have I heard
that any has any Intentions of
doing so."
Chandler skirted reports that
he'plans on re-entering politics.
"f am not a candidate for of-
fice at the moment," says the
former Kentucky senator and
governor. "After July 15,1 am go-
ing to do a lot of fishing for small
mouth bass In my native Ken-
tucky. I'll fish wherever they are
The Executive Council Is ex-
pected to screen candidates for
the Commlssionership between
now and the Detroit Ail-Star
game on July 10. Candidates
mentioned are Frick, Minor Lea-
gue President George Trautman,
Governor Frank Lausche of Ohio,
Oeneral Douglas MacArthur, and
Branch Rickey, general manager
of Pittsburgh.
That St. Louis Brownie deal
hinges on whether enough stock-
holders will agree to sell out to
Veeck. Under the agreement
signed yesterday, BUI and Charlie
DeWltt, the present owners, have
optioned their controlling Inter-
est for a limited period to Veeck.
The former Cleveland president
then offered to buy the 5,000
shares held by other stockhold-
ers. The deal will go through If
Veeck can buy at $7 per share.
The DeWltts ay the club will
remain in St. Louis If Veeck buys
the Browns.
There's also a chance that Bill
DeWltt will stay with the Browns
If the sale goes through.
Field Manager Zack" Taylor,
who is in Washington with the
Browns, says he spoke to Bill De-
Wltt by telephone this morning.
Taylor says DeWltt told him
Veeck has an option on the fran-
chise until July fifth. If Veeck
buys the club, according to Tay-
lor, BUI DeWltt will remain at St.
Louis as a vice-president. \
Taylor says the ball club will
operate as usual. His contract
runs through this season.
Veeck and the DeWltts denied
reports all along that a sale was
pending. Only last week Veeck
commented"No, I'm not going
to buy the Browns. I'm going to
have a sign painted saying Just
that and wear it on my chest."
Veeck bought control of Cleve-
land In 1946 and developed a
world championship team In two
years. B1U sold the Indians in
1949 and has been out of baseball
ever since.
While Veeck was with Cleve-
land, his promotional Ideas made
the club a money maker. It was
Veeck who buUt a baby sitting
room where trained nurses
watched the children so mothers
could attend games. He gave
thousands of orchids away on
Ladles' Day. Veeck also bought
veteran Negro pitcher Satchel
Paige and saw Paige play a key
role In the pennant winning sea-
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Five Teams To Play
In Fourth Of July
Hoop Tournament
In. it at ions to compete in the
annual July 4th BasketbaU Tour-
nament have been accepted by
five outstanding bas k e t b a 11
teams. The tourney which gets
under way on June 27, 1951 at
the Balboa Gym wUl feature
teams representing the Republic
of Panama, the if. S. Air Force,
the TJ.8. Army, the U.S. Navy.
and the Pacific Side Basketball
A single game will be played on
the evening of June 27 with three
teams drawing byes. On June 28
a double-header wUl be played
between the three bye teams and
the winning teams of the June
27 game. The two winning teams
will compete In the Independence
Day Championship game.
Trophies wUl be awarded to the
10 members of the winning team
on July 4. In past years these
games have been the classics of
the basketball season with one
point deciding each champion-
ship game for the last two years.
In order to meet expenses for
the officials an admission charge
of thirty-five cents for adults
and fifteen cents for children
will be made for the eliminaron
games on June 27 and 28. The
championship game on July 4 will
be free of charge.
Announcements of the draw-
ings for the tournament play wUl
be made within a few days.
Army Sports
E of the 33rd Infantry establish-
ed Itself as the team to beat in
the Second Battalion Basketball
League, Tuesday night, when it
downed Company H, 43-30, at the
Fort Kobbe Gymnasium.
With the competition extend-
ing into its second week, Com-
pany E's fast breaking courtmen
pulled away to a seven-point lead
in the first period and were never
behind. Although Company H
showed plenty of fighting spirit,
the marksmanship of Cunning-
ham and Qulllen of Company E
could not be equalled. Cunning-
ham's twelve field goals and one
foul shot maintained his average
of better than twenty points per
game, and Qulllen's fourteen
points held his average above fif-
teen points.
Although not prolific scorers
like Cunningham and Qulllen,
Marlon. Keene, and Woodrlng
played definite roles In the vic-
tory. Their offensive playmaklng
and defensive work stood out.
Company H's Davis was Indivi-
dual high scorer In a losing cause
with nine points. Other members
of the team who scored four or
more points were Noll, Boothroyd,
Krall and Merkowskl.
The totals:
COMPANY EPosition Points
Cunningham forward___ 25
Qulllen forward___ 14
Marlon Center..... 2
Keene Guard..... 2
Woodrlng Guard..... 0
Alberson................ 0
Dongaware.............. 0
Tltals................ 43
COMPANY HPosition Points
Merkowskl Forward___ 4
Krall Forward___ 4
Noll Center..... 4
Davis Guard..... 9
Boothroyd Guard..... 5
Meadows................ 2
Anthony ................ 0
Hlckey................... 0
R. McDonald ............ 0
W. McDonald ............ 2
Totals................ 30
The league standings as of
Wednesday, June 20:
Teams Won Lost
Company E........ 8 0
Company F........ 2 1
Company H........ 1 2
Hq. ft Hq. Co....... 0 1
Company G........ 0 2
Knockouts Stud Amateur Card;
Black Pico Impresses Fans
League Standings, Leaders
In La Boca Senior Softball
(Second Half Season Standings)
Teams Won Lost Pet.
Alumni........4 1 800
Chesterfield.....S 1 .750
Reliance Insurance 3 1 .750
Pan'ta Radio Corp S 1 .730
Spur Cola......2 1 .867
Cervecera......1 1 -500
Muebueria Ideal .. 1 1 .500
Panam Stars .... 1 1 .500
ptica Sosa.....1 S .333
Elks..........0 9 .800
(Leading Batsmen)
AB H Ave.
W. Holder (PRO . 43 23 .535
F. Morgan (A) .... 32 18 .500
L. Small (MI) ... 27 12 .444
J. Brathwaite (CN). 37 16 .432
O. Raveneau (Ch.) 34 14 .412
A. Farrell (MI)... 22 9 .409
C. Nurse <8C) ... 27 11 .407
A. Reid (Mil .... 38 15 .395
E. Peussey (Ch,) . 38 13 .394
R. Daniels (Mil. . 28 11 .393
P. Malcolm (PRO 38 13 .389
J. Leslie (A). ... 39 15 .385
J. Holder i PRO . 37 14 .378
A. Thomas (Ch.) . 28 10- .357
C. Warner (SO ... 34 12 .353
Most Doubles: B. Williams
(PRO, 6; Most Triples: J. Leslie
(A). 2: Most Home Runs: E. Peus-
sey (Ch.i, 5; Most RBI's: J. Les-
lie, E. Peussey, 18 each; Most
Stolen BasesW. Jones (OS), 4.
(Leading Pitchers)
Won Lost Pet.
L. Sims (Spur Cola 4 0 1.000
K. Collins (Al'mnl) 5 1 .833
B. Williams (PRO 5 1 .833
8. Tudor (Ch.) ... 7 2 .778
Next Week's Games
Monday: Cervecera vs. Alum-
Tuesday: Panam Radio Corp.
vs. Panam Stars.
Wednesday: Chesterfield vs.
Thursday: Panam Stars vs.
ptica Sosa.
Friday: Buebleria Ideal vs.
Panama Radio Corp.
Saturday: Spur Cola vs. Reli-
ance Insurance; Cervecera vs.
ptica Sosa.
Little League
(Team Standings)
Team Won Lost Pet.
Twin City Rookies 4 0 1.000
IfII ILa Bocana. . 3 1 .750
Fergus La Boca Cubs 1 3 .250
MontlceUo Ganjb'ns 0 4 .000
(Leading Batsmen)
AB H Ave.
Earl Best (I)......11 7 .636
C. Brown (I)...... 8 5 .625
R. Jimenez (TO.... 10 6 .800
H. Holder (TO .... 10 6 .600
D. Jolley (F)......12 7 .585
C. Griffith (F) .... 13 7 .538
R. Samuels (TO.... 0 3 .500
I. Lord (I)........13 6 .462
R. Moreno (TO.* ..11 5 .455
S. Duncan (MG). .. 7 3 .429
Leroy Best (I) .. .. 12 5 .417
W. St. Louis (F).. .. 12 5 .417
L. Blades (TO .... 12 5 .417
R. Pate (I)........11 4 .364
A. Brown (F)......14 5 .357
W. Forde (F)......12 4 .333
Most Doubles: R. Jimenez (TO
3. Most Triples: R. Jimenez (TO
1. Most Home Runs: Walter St.
Louis (F), C. Griffith (Fi, 2 each.
Most RBI's: ,C. Griffith (F), W.
St. Louis (F), 6 each. Most Runs
Scored: C. Griffith (F), 8.
(Leading Pitchers)
Won Lost Pet.
Robert Pate (I) . 3 0 1.000
R.Jimenez (TO . 1 0 1.000
C. Garnett (TO . 1 0 1.000
G.Tlmling (TO . 1 0 1.000
O. Maynard (TO 1 0 1.000
Next Week's Schedule
Monday, 4:30 p.m.Iflll vs.
Gamboa, at Santa Cruz; Twin
City vs. Fergus at La Boca.
Wednesday. 4:30 p.m.Ifill vs.
Twin City at Red Tank; Gamboa
vs. Fergus at La Boca.
Distributor.: CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
All four bouts on the regular
weekly amateur boxing program
ended In knockouts at the Pan-
ama Gym last night.
Ruben Andrade, a promising
flyweight, knocked out Arthur
Johnson of Paraso In M seconds
of the fourth round In the first
encounter of the evening.
Juan Moreno, 122, made his
first appearance in the ring a
successful one by stopping Earl
Blythe in 1:37 of the second
The third fight went to Juan
Chacon, 125, who knocked out Jo-
se Mendoza, 122, In 1:20 of the
second round.
The final contest was won by
amateur Welter Champ Eladio
Magallanes, 150, who iced Ken-
neth Callender, 147, In the fourth
Black Pico, Cuban flyweight
champ and ninth In the world In
his division, boxed four rounds
in an exhibition before a scant
Pico displayed great speed and
a powerful two-handed attack to
both the head and body. He
worked the first two rounds with
Goyo Castaedas and two with
Baby Eastman.
Pico is scheduled to meet Juan
Diaz II in the featured ten-round
contest at the Colon Arena Sun-
day night.
Shorts Briets
TOLEDO, June 22Roberto de
Vicenzo paired with Henry Ran-
som scored a plus-one victory
over Jimmy Demaret and Jack
Burke In the first round of the
Inverness Best Ball Invitation
Tournament. Clayton Haefner
and Johnny Palmer led with plus
Yale Is favored over Harvard
in the 86th renewal of their row-
ing competition today at New
Haven, Connecticut. The two
teams first met in 1852 when they
rowed eight oared upholstered
The Las Angeles Rams of the
National Football League have
signed three rookie linemen.
They are tackles Hugo Prlmlna-
na of Boston University and Don
Simensen of St. Thomas and
guard Gale Smith of Baldwin
Irish Bob Murphy of San Die-
go, California and Joe Rlndone
of Boston have signed for a July
23rd return match in Boston. Rln-
done, a middleweight, won on a
foul last April 16.
Former Villanova Football
Coach Jim Leonard says he quit
yesterday to devote full time to
his farm at Mullica Hills New
Jersey. The Reverend James
Donneiion, chairman of the Vil-
lanova Athletic Control; says no
action will be given on the resig-
nation until the regular board
meeting within the next two
La Boca Sports
Barclay Bynoe showed flashes |
of his former greatness by breez-
ing through to easy victories over
Hector Joseph and German Cas-
tillo, last night. In the La Boca
District eliminations of the Isth-
mian Ping Pong Tournament.
After Marcus Grannum. veter-
an racket wlelder, disposed of
Hector Joseph, he succumbed to
Malcolm Sandlford In the upset
of the night's play. Sandlford Is
an up and coming youngster from
the La Boca High School.
The results follow:
Barclay Bynoe defeated Ger-
man Castillo 21-14, 21-16, 18-21.
21-10; Barclay Bynoe won over
Hector Joseph 21-14, 21-14, 21-7.
Marcus Grannum trounced
Hector Joseph 23-21, 21-17, 20-22,
German Castillo subdued Mal-
colm Sandlford 21-19, 21-18,
Malcolm Sandlford downed
Marcus Grannum 17-21, 21-15,
21-14, 21-9.
Play continue tonight with the
following games:
Barclay Bynoe vs. Marcus
Grannum; Hector Joseph vs.
German Castillo; Malcolm Sandl-
ford vs. Barclay Bynoe; Marcus
Grannum vs. German CaatUlo;
Hector Joseph vs. Malcolm San-
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FRIDAY. JUNE 22, 1951
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
M>nimum for
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Phone 2-M41
|.M Hrienau Ave.
Phon. 355Col.
No. H West 12lu Sirrel.
No. S7 "H" Strrethumi
No. 12.171 Ceasral A veColea.
FOR SALE: 1949 Nath "600"
jnen 2 door ttdon. all new tires
ana* tect coven. A food clean car.
Only $397 down and drive it away.
FORD, MFRCURY dealer, on au-
tomobile row.
FOR SALE:1948 yellow Packard
convertible, duty paid, excellent
! condition. 1948 Pontioc Sedanette.
Phone 2-1035 or 2-1471.
FOR SALI:1946 Lincoln 4 deer se-
dan, oreen, good white lide wall
tires. push-button windows. A
wonderful buy. Only $397 down
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, on
automobile row.
FOR SALE:Refrigerator, Westing-
house. 9 cu. ft. less than ,2 Yrs.
old. More than 30% off original
price. Tel. 4-523.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set (Holly-
wood Style! button and buckle
machine, diningroom set, etc. 2203
Rio Abajo, Apt. 2.
Da you bava a dnnkina problem?
Write Alcoholic Anonymou
a 20 1 Anean. C. X.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set: Vanity
dresser, chest of drowers, double
bed, coil spring, innerspring mot-
tress. 0590 Mmdi street, Ancon.
Phone 2-2428. 4:00 p. m. 8:00
p. m.
FOR SALE:2,500 one gallon bot-
tles, used, good condition, with
screw on plastic caps. For further
information call Colon 836-L.
Phillips. Beoch cottages, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Gramlich't Santa Claro beach-
cottage. Electr c let boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
TROPICAL MOTORS good serv.ee
better prices.
FOrV SALE:Mercury 1950 convert-
ible, color blue, whiteside wall
tires. 5,000 miles. Call SAS Ser-
vice Station, Panama 3-0035.
FOR SALE:1946 Custom De Seta,
4 jot sedan, green, 4 good tires.
TTJstlc seat covers, radio. This car
steal. Only $298 down pay-
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4 Door
Sedan. Excellent condition. Can be
.financed. 5965 Smith Place, Dia-
blo Hgts.
FOR SALE:1946 luick Headmaster.
4 doer seden, dark gray, 4 good
tires, seat covers. Must be seen to
appreciate. Only $297 down pay-
your FORD, MERCURY dealer, an
automobile row.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Special
Sedanette, less than 11,000 miles,
radio, seat covers, under-cooted.
Fine condition. $1.200. Coll Bal-
boo, 2300.__________________________
FOR SALE:1946 Oldsmobile "76"
2 deer sedan, 2 tana blue. 4 good
tires, hydrematic, seat covers. A
clean cor. Only $298 down, pey-
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
FOR SALE: Two lorge Venetian
blinds, ideal tor 12 family opart-
ment. House 5524-D, Dioblo, af-
ter 4:30 p. m. Phone 2-1871.
FOR SALE:Washing machine; 25
cycle. good condition, $30.00,
child's training chair. Call 2-6323.
FOR SALE:Electric portable Singer
sewing machine. Excellent condi-
tion. 579-G. Curundu Hgts. Phone
83-5251. *
FOR RENT:Vocation cottage in El]
Volcan, will accommodate 6, gas:
for cooking, fire place. Rent by I
week or month or lease. Cristobal
FOR SALE:Gold plated Conn Cor-
net, cost new. $148.00. will now
sell for $55.00. Federico Boyd No.
I. Phone 3-1516.
FOR SALE: G E. refrigerator. 60
cycle, porcelain, $75.00. Gas
stove 4-burner $50.00. 1940 Ford
Sedan, good shape $300.00. 8063
10th. St. Apt. 2, Colon. Tel. 924-
FOR SALE:New bicycles, $25.00.
"Compra Venta Casino." No. 238
Central Avenue. Tel. 3-1524.
FOR SALE: China closet, living-
room rug 9 x 12. Bamboo screens
(3-seel. 5711-B. Dioblo. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:Kenmore washing ma-
chine 60 cycles. Wonderful shape
2104-B Curundu, C. Z. Tel. 83-
FOR SALE:Portoble sewing ma-
chine. 25 or 60 cycles, boys bi-
cycle. 8mm movie camera and
projector, linoleum and a few
miscellaneous items. House 0942,
Amador Road. Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refrigr-
ala. 9 cu. ft.. 25 cycle. Excellent
condition, $75.00. Tel. 2-6319 or
house 1472-C. Balboo Flats.
FOR SALE:Double^Hollywood bed
innerspring mattress, $45. House
1453-8. Owen St., [lalboo. 4.30
6:30 p. m.
Will trade for a 1950 or 1951 Ply- )
mouth. Ford or Chevrolet, a 1950,
Buick supper, four door sedan. Al- !
most new with all extras and ran |
only 8.000 miles. 2104-B, Curun-'
du C. Z. Tel. 83-6154. '
FOR SALE'46 Chrysler New Yorker.
4 door seden, ten. good tires, redie,
You con't buy e better used cer
for this price. Only $396 down
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, on
automobile row.
FOR SALE:9 ft. Refrlgerotor, re-
conditioned unit. All porceloin. Call
2-6317. between 6 8 p. m. 1471
C. Holden St.
The Panomo Canal offers for sole
under sealed bids, to be opened 10:30
A. M., June 25. 1951. 287 Items of
Motor Vehicle Ports for Dodae and
Plymouth Passenger Cars and Trucks,
located ot Motor Transportation Di-
vision, Ancon. For information ond
inspection contact Mr. L, R. Frank-
lin, telephone 2-2175. Bid forms may
be obtained from the obove source,
or from the offire of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Uolboa. telephone 2-
FOR RENT: r Furnished residence,
office, porch, livingroom, dining-
room, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,
No. .87 Pe.ru Avenue. For informa-
tion telephone 3-3241. Office
At Times a Length of
Can be mighty handy to
nave round the house
and In your tar.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sizes
GE0. F. NOVEY, Inc.
*7 Central Are. Tel. 3-0140
FOR- RENT:Beautiful residence, re-
cently constructed, Golf Heights,
furnished or unfurnished. 4 bed-
rooms. 4 porches, livingroom, din-
ingroom, spacious gardens. Tele-
phone 3-3241. Office hours.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
our ihow-raom Custom hull, furnt-
ralon Fabrica. Free Estimate* N.
."','? ?" " New Telephone S-4SM.
CATERING: All kinds of parties,
cocktail items, sweets, cokes, spe-
cialties European Style. Pollak,
Tel. 3-2913.
FOR SALE1941 Pontiac Sedon, 9
cu. ft. Westinghouse refrigerotor.
25 cycle, Venetian blinds fit groin
elevator, baby crib mattress, wick-
er chairs, high chair. Buffet, house-
hold articles. 6-B Limon St". 6th-
7th Sts. New Cristobal.
Modern Piano Ploying, Taught be-
ginners and odvonced students.
Bennett's Stud!o. Box 3142. Pan-
ama, Tel. 2-1282.
Boa) & Motors
DIFSEL WORKBOAT50 feet long,
30 tons. Engine, hull good condi-
tion. Priced low! Phone Paul
Parker. Gamboa 6-322.
FOR RENT:Modern chalet. Club
"X" 3 bedroom, livingroom, din-
ingroom, porch, garden, all con-
veniences. Honoroble family. Tel.
FOR RENT: House. Livingroom,
diningroom, porch, two bedrooms,
two bothooms, garage, terrace,
maidroom. 64 Via Porras $90.00.
Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
ment with kitchen, living and din-
ingroom across" Police Booth on
Via Espaa No. 106. Apply apart-
ment 5.
Tel. 3-1713
#22- E. 29th St.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet.;
Completely independent. Tel. -3-:
FOR SALE: 1951, Nash Custom
Romblpr, overdrive, W-S-W. ra-
dio, all extras, cost $2,195. duty
free, phone Navy 3584.
FOR SALE:1940 Hudson 4 door
sedan. black, tires fair. food
transportjtion. $150 cosh and drive
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, en;
eutome'silc row.
| FOR SALE:Must sell in a week1
1949 Plymouth Speciol De Luxe.;
like new. $1.400.00 cash. Call i
Panama 2064.
FOR SALE .Plymouth 2 door 1942.
Good condition. Light grey. $400-
00. Not duty paid Insured. Call
836297. House 2109-C. Curundu
5 7 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1938 brown 4-door
Chrysler, 2 new tires, new battery,
a sacrifice ot S'25.00. Phone 82-
FOR SALE: -Packard 4 door sedan,
1940. Duty paid. $250.00 House
1560-A, Gaviln Area. Balboo.
FOR SALE:Apex washing machine
loundry tub, clothes pins $75 00.
portable sewing machine. $75,-
00. RCA Radio $40.00. large
dresser $15.00. dining table. $5.00,
bed spread $4.00, book case $3.-
00, 2 pc. luqgage, $15.00. draw-
ing boord. $3.00. comer, $5.00,
Simmons double coil spring. $12.-
00, oluminum rooster, silver, 8
place settings. $15,00. Albrook
Qtrs. 246, Telephone 86-3292.
FOR SALE:___Simmons Studio Couch,
lostest style, con be converted into
double bed, never been used.
$1)5.00. Simmons double bed with
spring, $40.00. RCA Radio. Q-34,
7 tubes, $85.00, beautiful bronze,
floor lomp ond ash tray set. $30.-
00. No. 23. 50th street apartment
No. 7, corner of Veneiuelo.
FOR SALE:36 ft. Wheeler Cabin
Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete galley
and washroom. Fully equipDed.
many extras. Will be on railway
for repainting and inspection Fri-
day afternoon, oil doy Saturday,
will demonstrate Sunday. Gamboa
Boat Club or phone 83-4295 for
appointment. Priced far below va-
lue at $4.500.
FOR SALE:Motors: 25 cycle single
phase, heavy duty motors: I
1-3 H. P. $17.00. 2 1-2
H. P. $20.00 each. All 3 for
$50.00. House 5455, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Higgins boat I8'~by 7'.
No motor, 1st class condition,
$150.00. House 5455 Diablo.
FOR RENT:Comfortable two bed- |
room aportment, with hot woter in j
Ricardo Aria Street corner Nica-
nor Obarrio (Compo Alegre! "Ca-I
ribe" building for information ap-
ply same building apartment 3.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished two
bedroom chalet for 3 months to
responsible persons, rjhon 3-1256
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact oftice No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
opartment, ground floor. Nicanor i
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. Sen An- '
tonio aportments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieto B
Model UIF Synchronised
Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factory Prices.
Plaaa 6 d- Mayo
Panama. R. P.
FOR RENT:New, modem and con-
venient oportments. Fourth of July
Avenue No. 61, Miguel Hive, phone
just arrived
e Loica lightmtter
o Loica tripod
o Hector lenses
o Loica carrying cases
(aajolnlat International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel "El ranami")
FOR SALE: Delco electric motor,
I -4 horSv power, 25 cycle, excel-
lent condition. Coll Balboa 3167.
FOR SALE: .Two Sedans. Good
running condition. $/5 $100.
Leaving Isthmus. House 0778-A.
Williamson Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 Pontioc 8. four
rJOQr sedan, radio, SI.730. Duty
Poid. Tel. Balboa 2984.
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such os Golf
Heights with lorge grounds. Will
sign lease. Panama 3-1684. 5 to
8 p. m
WANTED TO BUY:Piono in good
condition. Telephone Centro Mdi-
co. 3-0075. Ponom.
FOR SALE:20 foot cabin cruiser.
Newly painted top and bottom.
Willys Jeep 60, HP marine engine
just overhauled. Full heod room
throughout. For an inexpensive low
up-keep boat this can't be beat
Owner already in States and must
sacrifice. See it ot Diablo Sea
Scout Dock weekends or phone
Curundu 1794 evenings. Price
FOR RENT:Quiet, well ventilated 2
bedroom apartment, each with
both. living-diningroom, servan
quarters, hot wafer installation,
good locotion. Bella Vista 44 th
St. No. 32. Apply Tel. 3-0815.
FOR RENT:Modern ond spacious.!
apartment. Neor Notional Univer-
sity in Barrio Obrero. Reasonable j
price. Tel. 3-3491. |
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom i
apartment, Government inspected .
very cool, excellent location. Fe-
derico Boyd Ni. I. Phone 3-1516. |
20 Tlvoll Ave Am I
Office: Tel. 2-33*7 Home: S-7M
HOURS: Monday thru Friday
le 12 a.m.
Monday. Wednesday. Tkarsday
S ta S ens.
Saturday S a.m. to I p.m.
FO" SALE 1947 Oldsmobile 2 door
sedan, rodro. plostic seat covers,
undercooling, excellent tires. Con
be financed. Telephone 87-6281.
Archbishop Admits
Aim To Overthrow
Hungarian Reds
BUDAPEST. June 22 (UP) I
Archbishop Josepl Groesz. 64. i
ranking Roman Catholic i
churchman in Hungary, under!
an hour of questioning today
confessed calmly to all charges [
against him, Including one that;
he led an organization aimed
at overthrowing the Hungarian
Communist government.
Groesz was questioned mostly
about his contacts with Amerl- i
aas In Hungary.
" Speaking quietly, and In col-
lected tones, he said he had i
maintained close relations with I
Western legations in Budapest I
at the end of the war.
He said that since the con-
viction and life imprisonment
for life of Cardinal Mindszentf
he h?d been regarded by these
IJJegations, particularly the Ame-
| rlcan. as an exoonent of Minds-
tc.uy's political ideas.
Help Wanted
FOR SALE:Chris Craft speed boot.
22 foot, Chrysler powered No. 448.
Two pair water skis. Cristobal
YochtClub or coll J-1008.
FOR SALE:Cobin cruiser, 26 feet,
mine yawl hull. 60 horsepower,
gray marine engine. 3 to 1 reduc-
tion gear, licensed for 10. Call
Mr. Trace, Ft. Kobbe 4283. after,
5 p. m. Ft. Kobbe. 4210.
Keep Kool
El Panama
Air Conditioned
WANTEDGood cook with refer-
ences. Good solory. To sleep at
job. Calle 31 Este No. 38.
WANTEDGood home 'or tome, nice
kitten, mole. 598 llihio, Ancon.
telephone Balboo 2870.
Judge Tatelman
To Work Both
Courts Next Week
Judge Edward I. P. Tatelman I
will preside over the Magistrate's i
Courts at both Balboa and Cris- \
tobal next week, from June 25
through June 29. In the absence
of Judge Ralph J. Chlttlck.
The following schedule has
been established for the sessions
at both courts next week.
At Balboa, there will be morn-
ing sessions starting at 8:15 on!
Monday. Wednesday and Friday,
and afternoon sessions starting
at 1:30 on Wednesday and Fri-
The Cristobal Magistrate's
Court will be in session on Tues- |
day and Thursday morn' s and
on Monday, Tuesday and Thurs- '
day afternoon starting at the
same hours. (
Nixie, if not steodily employed and
interested. Coll Mrs. Bright 4-123.
Ballet Russe To
Appear In Panam
Balletomalnes will be treated
to three performances of the
world-famous Ballet Russe when
It opens at the National Theater
June 29. The Daniel Music So-
ciety will sponsor the tour. Her
bert De Castro, the local repre-
sentative announced today.
Paul Petroff. well-known
choreographer and dancer will
head the group of artists who
have been enthusiastically re-
ceived all over the world, ac-
companied bv Nana Gollner. his
voung and talented wife who j
is the prima ballerina.
It is believed that Swanlake.;
Les Sylohldes and Giselle will j
be among the popular ballets
to be presented on this tour,
although programs have not vet
been announced.
Nana Gollner Is the only
American dancer to achieve tap
billing with a Russian ballet
company. A polio victim in
(iMldhood. she was threatened
with developing a club foot.
Upon a doctors' advice she began
dancing at the age of 12. and
soon decided that she would de-
vote her Ufe to ballet.
Her first engagement was in
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at No. 20 Via Espaa.
De Costro. Avenue 'B." No. 24.
Phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT. Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, ot Bella Vista, 44th. St.
Eost No. 9. De Castro. Avenue "B,"
No. 24. phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Room, ocross bus^stop
close to Ponoma. 4th of July Ave-
nue No. 5. Telephone 2-4448.
Ponomo. ,
$6,500 Million
Army Construction
Is Proposed
Max Reinhardt's production of
a Midsummer Night's Dream.
Later she danced at the famous
American Ballet Theatre and
then became prima ballerina In
Colonel de Basil's Original
Ballet Russe. While on tour In
South America she married
Petro who was with the Ballet
Besides dancing her way to
fame, she Is also a fiver with
168 solo hours In the air. If she
had to. do anything else than
dance, she would like to pilot
Pelroff, who was trained at
the Royal School of Ballet In
Copenhagen is considered ore of
the finest dancers In contem-
porary ballet a
WA8HD.JGT0N, D.C.. June 22
(USIS) The United States
Congress Is being asked to au-
thorize construction ol military
projects, both the United
States and overseas, totaling
$6.561 million.
A unified military public
wojjks construction bill, asking
the authorization' for army,
navy, air force and marine
> corps projects, was submitted
: to the Congress Wednesday by
jpefense Secretary Marshall.
Marshall said financing for
, the projects would extend over
. a two-ytar period. In the near
' luture. the Defense Department
said, an appropriation of ap-
proximately $4.500 million, asdls-
, tlngulshed from the $6,581 million
authorization, will be requested
| of Congress for construction
; during the fiscal year which
starts July 1, 1951.
Air Force Installations total-
I ins $3.584 million; navy. $1.145
million, and army, $1,831 million
i are listed in the proposed legis-
lation. More than $1.500 million
is budeeted for "classified faci-
lities" both in and outside of
the United Sta.s:
The only construction speci-
fied for non-U. S. territory is
I alt bases in Great Britain.
Selective Service
Board Plans 1st
Meeting Monday
Five representatives from Se-
lective Service headquarters in
Washington are arriving here
Sunday night by air from the
United States to set up Canal
Zone draft headquarters.
The party is headed by Brig.
General L. B. Renfrow, Deputy
Director of Selective Service.
Other members of the group are:
Col. Daniel Norman C. Brown,
Manpower Division; and Lt. Col.
Robert W. Johnson, Fiscal and
Procurement Division and Lt. Col.
John W. Barber, Regional Field
Lt. Col. Barber plans to spend
between one and two weeks nere.
The others expect to return to
the United States Tuesday or
They will be preceded to the
Isthmus, by A. C. Medlnger,
State Director for the Canal Zone
organization. Mr. Medlnger, who
Is also Deputy Director of the
Marine Bureau. Is now in Wash-
ington on official business but Is
returning to the Canal Zone Fri-
day night by plane.
A meeting between the visiting
Selective Service representatives
and members of the canal Zone
Board is tentatively scheduled
for early Monday.
A Selective Service organization
the first for the Canal Zone-
was authorized last February- It
had been recommended In De-
cember by Governor Francis K,
Galo Plaza Says
World Must Help
US Oppose Tyranny
President Galo plaza of Ecua-
dor told the Congress of the
United States yesterday that
free nations must Join the- Unit-
ed States in its "fight against
servitude, poverty and injustice"
throughout the world.
Speaking in English to a Joint
session of the U. S. Senate and
House Representatives on the
second day of his current visit
to the United States. President
Plaza said free countries face a
powerful enemy "bent on bring-
ing aboat confusion and dis-
union." The American republics
do hot belleVe In peace im-
posed by tyranny, he said:
"Now and always we will be
ready to defend freedom to the
limit of our possibilities."
Latin America has "compel-
ling reasons" to look, to the
United States for leadership In
these critical times, President
Plaza said. He told the congress-
"Your alms and aspirations
differ dramatically from those
of all the other powerful natrons
which throughout history have
dominated the world at one-
time or another. You are not
interested, in conquering land
and subjugating peoples, you
are not interested In imposing
your rule anywhere. Your pur-
pose Is fa,r more noble and of
far greater spiritual value. You
want for the rest of the world
what is already a reality In
your own country.
Long-Time Official
Quits Amid No
Presidential Regrets
Marrlner S. Eccles. outspoken
critic of Administration money
policies anrf foe of Treasury Sec-
retary John w. Snyder, resign-
ed from the Federal Reserve
Board yesterday after 17 years
of Government service.
Eccles' long-expected resigna-
tion was contained, In a brief
letter to president Truman in
which he said only that "the
time has arrived when I can and
should return to my home and
private affairs in the West."
Mr. Truman's letteV of accept-
ance was polite but expressed
no regret at Eccles' departure.
"I can understand how when
you first came to Washington
17 years ago you fully Intended
STARTING YOUNG These young entrepreneurs are mak-
ing the most of their summer vacation, carrying monev with
this traveling refreshment stand which .thev wheel about to
the homes and offices In Diablo Heights. The proprietors,
left to right, are James Doran, 11, Terence Corrigan, 11,
Geraldlne Simon. 10, with Derel Egger, 7; a visitor from Cris-
Their bill of fare Includes kool aid and butter cookies,
each ol which costs five cents. The cookies are made by the
feminine member of the team who will also tell you her re-
cipe if you are interested. Gross take on their first day.of
operation was 94 cents.
DiSalle Loses One Round
In US Price Control Fight
Tht House and Senate Banking
Committees yestreday spurned
Michael V. DISalle's plea to save
his price rollback powers and ap-
proved watered-down bills to
continue wage-price-rent con-
A move to revoke the anti-roll-
back decision was defeated 7 to 6
as the Senate Banking Commit-
tee gave final approval to Its bill
to continue wage-price-rent con-
trols another eight months. Cur-
rent controls expire June 30.
The measure contains little the
Administration asked for in the
way of stronger control powers.
In addition it would permit rent
increases up to 20 per cent above
levels of June 30.1947.
The house banking committee
was putting the finishing touches
on its oneyear wage-price-rent
control extension measure which
likewise contains the 20 per cent
rent hike.
The house bill would ban DI-
Salle's two remaining beef price
rollbacks, while the Senate meas-
ure would halt all pending price
that- your public service would
be of comparatively brief dura-
11011*' it saW. "incalculable
forces have extended that ser-
':in consenting to the relln-
qulshment o your duties at this
time, may I wish you happiness
and continued success as you
return to your horn and pri-
vate affairs in the west."
Mr. Truman demoted Eccles
from board chairman to vice-
chairman in 1948. The outspoken
official, charged In a recently
published book he was forced
from the chairmanship by pres-
sure brought by the Transame-
rica Corp.. world's largest bank
holding company.
Ironically, a Federal Reserve
Board hearing examiner recom-
mended only last week that
Transamerica be forced to part
with Its holdings in 47 West
Coast banks a victory for
Eccles who had removed him-
self from consideration of the
case to appear as a witness a-
galnst Transamerica.-
Eccles' chief fight with the
Administration was his opposi-
tion to Snyder's "cheap money"
policies, involving continued low
Interest rates on Government
bonds and the requirement that
the reserve board buy bonds on
the open-market when private
investors failed to do so.
The Senate measure says no
prices can be rolled back below
Jan. 25 to Feb. 24. 1951, or to le-
vels prevailing Just before tha
irlce celling order, whichever is
ower. DiSalle said this would
not only cancel his remaining two
beef price rollbacks but more
than $1,000,000,000 worth of man-
ufacturing price cuts already or-
President Truman refused to
comment on the committee ac-
tions at his news conference. He
said he would wait to see what
the final legislation contains.
This left a clear Inference he
hopes Congress will strengthen
the control measures when they
reach the House and Senate
floors next week. Consumer mall
urging restoration of DISalle's
rollback powers poured Into Con-
gressional hoppers in heavy vol-
ume today.
DiSalle sent bothj?ommlttees a
special memorandum asserting
the anti-rollback proposals would
endanger the entire stabilization
program, "seriously effect" the
vrlue of the dollar and force can-
cellation of some price cuts al-1
ready put into effect.
He argued his beef price re-
ductions aimed at reduclnir
beef gX the butcher counter 8 to'
110 cents a pound by Oct. 1are
; "essential" to bring them into
line with other prices and wag-
He charged In a speech that the
Senate bill would cost the publla
more than $2.000.000,000 In plan-
ned price rollbacks.
DiSalle apparenlty convinced
one member of the Senate com-
mittee. Sen. Irving M. I ves. R.,
N.Y.. who previously voted for
the anti-rollback proviso, switch-
ed and backed the Democrats
; fighting lt.
But Sen. A. Willis Robertson,
D.. Va.. who had voted against
the proviso, switched the othef
way and the move to reverse the)
decision was beaten 7 to 6the
sime vote by which the clause!
; was adopted two days ago.
Ives and Democrats who-fought
the plan promptly announced
they will battle to knock lt out
when the bill comes before the
Senate probably Monday. A
tough fight Is expected^ with tha
outcome uncertain.
The Senate committee finally-
approved its bill by a 12 to 1 vote.,
Only Sen. Everett M. Dirksen,
R.. 111., voted against it.

FRIDAY. JUNE 22. 1951
f-^acihc S^ocietu
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At a eandlellfht senrlee In the Flrtt Baptist Church on
Balboa Heights at leven-thlrty o'elock Imit evenln;. Mli Jnne
Claire Atkinson, daughter ( Mr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Atkin-
son f Ancon. was married to Mr. Edgar E. Plunimer, son ol
Mrs. I. Zimmer of Muir, Michigan, and the late Mr. George
H. Phimmer. The Reverend William Beeby. pastor ! the
church, performed the ceremony.
Organist Mrs. Delmas Swa fiord
played the traditional weddintc
marches and Ed Perry sang three
selections. "I Love You Trulv,"
"Because," and "Through the
The cfiurch altar was banked
wltli lilies and floor candelabra
holding lighted tapers stood on
either side. Arow of.lighted can-
dles stood all along the rail,
which was banked with white
1 ranglpanl and star Jasmine. The
A receptionwas held in the an-
nex of the church. Mrs. E. B.
Stevens. Mrs. Alberta Lattlmore.
and Mrs. A. R. Lombroia assist-
ed. Mrs. c. A. Holmes took
charge of the bride's book and
Mrs. David Smith and Mrs. Ar-
thur Cotton served at the punch
Mrs. Plummer is a graduate of
Balboa High School and the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College. Mr.
Plummer Is a graduate of Whea-
wId clows of the church were de-ton Academy and will enter the
corated with candles and white
andjpink franglpanl. The pews
were tied with white satin rib-
bons marked with gardenia nose-
The bride, who entered the
church on the arm of her father,
wore a gown of white satin, fash-
ioned with a V-neckJlne and roll
collar, with self-covered buttons
to the waist. The sleeves were
long and pointed and the full
skirt draped to form a train. The
skirt parted in front In redingote
fashion to show a three-tiered
skirt of lace beneath. She wore a
tiara of wax flowers set with
rhinestones. from which fell a
fingertip veil of Illusion. Her
"something borrowed" was a
lase trimmed handkerchief
which her mother had carried at
her wedding and her Jewelry was
a pearl necklace and earrings.
She carried a bouquet of white
ro.'f.s. centered with wblte or-
Canal Zone Junior College hi the
The bride's eolng- away cos-
tume was a suit of gray gabarlne
with red accessories and an or-
chid corsage. After a short wed-
ding trip. Mr, and Mrs. Plum-
mer will be at home at Diablo
Orchid Chapter O.E.S.
.o Hold Initiation
The Orchid Chapter No. 1,
OES, will hold an initiation
this evening at 7:30 at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple In Balboa.
Jerry Kadoch Will Arrive
on the Cristobal Monday
Jerry Kadoch, son of Mrs. Bo-
nita Kadoch of Ancon. will arrive
on the 8.S. Cristobal on Monday
to spend the summer vacation
months here with hla mother. He
has completed his freshman year
at Stanford University in Palo
Alto, Calif.
Tea Will Honor First
l.A.w.t'. President
Dr. Esther Nelra de Calvo. Ex-
ecutive Secretary of the Inter-
Aroerlcan Commission of Women,
a dependency of the Pan Ameri-
can Union, who returned to Pan-
ama this week from Washington,
will be honored at a tea to be giv-
en at 4:30 p.m. on Monday at the
Hotel El Panama by the Hospi-
tality Committee of the Inter-
American Women's Club, of
which Dr. Calvo was the first
Members wishing to attend the
chid* ind Vied Wltli white satin i affair are asked to make their
treamers. reservations by telephoning Mrs.
Miss Anita Harris was the maid Elisa Heurtematte (Panama 3-
of honor, costumed in a pastel 0586) or Mrs. N. Z. Stevens (Cu-
Legion Auxiliary
Officers Installed
The 1951-1952 officers of the
Chagres River Unit No. 6. of the
American Legion Auxiliary were
installed recently at the Legioa
Hall In Gamboa.
Mrs. Lydia Nadeau, department
president, was In charge of the
Installation. The new officers
are: Mrs. Grace Anderson, presi-
dent; Miss Marie McNess. first
vice-prealdent; Miss Margaret
Kreger, second vice-president;
Mrs. Dorothy Hall, secretary-
treasurer; Mrs. Clara Youart,
chaplain and Mrs. Betty Malone,
Mrs. Johanna Pedersen. the
retiring president, was presented
with a past president's pin by
Mrs. Nadeau.
Mrs. Margaret Kreger was giv-
en a vote of thanks for her out-
standing effort in the recent
sale of popples on Poppy Day.
At the close of the meeting re-
freshments were served by hos-
tesses Mrs, Betty Crawford. Mrs.
Youart and Mrs. Pedersen. ,
green gown of nylon organza
over taffeta made with a round
neckline, fitted bodice, and full
skirt with a ruffle around the
hips. Her headdress was a braid-
ed wreath with net and flowers
Intertwined. 8he carried a bou-
quet of pink gladioli.
Mrs. Judith Smith. Miss Carol
Sargeant, Miss Susan Hutchlngs,
and Miss Mary Emma Smith were
the bridesmaids. They wore sim-
ilar gowns of nylon organza over
taffeta, fashioned with sweet-
heart necklines, fitted bodices
and full skirts. Miss Judith Smith
and Mlss'Sargeant wore pink and
Miss Hutchlngs and Miss Mary
Emma 8mith wore blue. Their
headdresses were similar to that
of the matron of honor, but in
color to match their gowns.
They carried mixed pastel shades
of gladioli, tied with ribbons of
tulle to match their dresses.
Miss Nancy Cotton, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cotton,
was the flower girls. She wore .a
little full-length dress of yellow
nylon. organza made with lace
trim and net ruffling. She wore
organza mitts trimmed to match
her gown and wore gold slippers.
Her headdress was of white flow-
ers and she carried a white lace
basket of flowers tied with yellow
Mr. Dave Keller was best man
for Mr. Plummer and the ushers
were Ed Perry. Archie Sanchez.
Ronnie Burhoe and Paul McCon-
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Atkinson chose a floor
length powder blue nylon gown,
made with long sleeves and a ruf-
fle at the neckline and she wore
an orchid corsage.
Mrs. J. N. Rtnker, who acted
in the absence of Mr. Plummer's
mother, wore a full-length gown
with a black taffeta top and a
klrt of pink nylon net over pink
taffeta. Her corsage was of or-
rundu 2124) tomorrow or Sunday.
Teen-Time Party Set
at El Panama Tonight
The first of a series of "Teen-
Tlme" parties will be held this
evening at the Patio of tbe Hotel
El Panama from 8 p.m. until
Panama Golf Club
Party This Evening
The Panama Golf Club's regu-
lar monthly cocktail party and
dance will be held this evening.
Cocktails and canapes will be
served from 6:30 to 8 pm., with
dinner an ddanclng to follow.
PNSN JAMES J. KENNEDY, USN, and hla bride are pictured
above following their wedding at the Fifteenth Naval District
Chapel on Monday. The bride Is the former Miss Edith
Winifred Farwell.
(U.S. Navy Photo)
Mrs. Lowrle and Son
Leave on Vacation
Mrs. Allen Lowrle of Bella Vis-
ta, accompanied by her son. Al-
len. Jr.. left by plane on Wednes-
day for Miami, en route to
Charleston, West Virginia and
Hudson. New York, for a visit
with relatives. Allen plans to en-
ter a summer camp in New York.
Barbecue to Honor
Grefes Tonight
Neighborhood friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Grefe will hold
a barbecue In their honor this
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene McGrath In El Co-
co. Mr and Mrs. Grefe are leav-
ing soon on vacation.
Navy Wives Club
Holds Luncheon
The Navy Wives' Club (EM)
held a luncheon this week at El
Panama, Jointly honoring Mrs.
Albert M. Bledsoe and Mr>. Ar-
thur C. Wood. Mrs. Wood is the
outgoing co-advisor. She will sail
for the United States Sunday,
June 24. aboard the U.S. Naval
ship General William E. Mann,
Mrs. Bledsoe Is the Incoming co-
advlsor to the Club.
Corsages were presented to
Mrs. Bledsoe. Mrs. Wood and
Mrs. Sallv Fitzgerald, the new
club president. A departing gift
was also presented to Mrs. Wood.
Guests of club members from the
States were Mrs. Eleanor Crowley
and Mrs. Bessie Hill.
After the luncheon the man-
agement conducted the club
members on an Interesting tour
of Hotel El Panama.
Thief Frustrated
thief stole a suitcase from a stu-
dent nurse, Irene Torak. Miss To-
rak told police she valued the
"loot" at $50. but said It must
have disappointed the thief. The
bag contained a week's soiled
laundry and a bottle of cough
Dr. and Mrs. Porter
to Go to Paraguay
Dr. and Mrs. David B. Porter of
Diablo Heights sailed today on
the 8.8. Panama for New York to
spend a vacation of several
months In the United 8tates be-
fore leaving for. Asuncion. Para-
guay, where Dr. Porter has ac-
cepted a position as veterinarian
with the Institute of Inter-Amer-
ican Affairs. Prior to their de-
parture, Dr.and Mrs. Porter were
honored at several farewell par-
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Legion Commander
Wilt Present Award
To Scout Collins
The Eagle scout Award will be
presented to Walter A. Colljns.
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Collins
of Curundu, by Earle Cocke, Jr.,
National Commander of the A-
merlcan Legion, It was Jointly
announced by Department Com-
mander Hans Pedersen of the
American Legion, and Council
President Will R. Price of the Boy
Scouts of America.
News of the National Council's
approval of the award was re-
ceived by the Canal Zone Coun-
cil this week. The award will be
made at the dinner to be given
for Commander Cocke on Thurs-
day at the Hotel Tlvoli at 8:00
Commander Cocke Is the first
National Leader of any Veterans
Organization who was an Eagle
Scout. Commander Cocke earned
the Award as a Boy Scout In
Dawson, Georgia.
During an address to the For-
ty-first Annual Meeting of the
National Council, Boy scouts of
America. Commander Cocke said:
"The country offers no better
training to youths than that
which they receive under the
Scouting program."
Tickets for the dinner are
available from Department Com-
mander Hans Pedersen (fl-107);
Department Adjutant Evelyn
Gardner (83-2245); Department
Sergeant-at-Arm J. L. McDer-
mltt (5-158); Post Commanders,
C. N. Little (2-1723); T. J. Bre-
heney (6-246); E. H. Reld (84-
21741 and Scout Executive John
R. Barr (2-3711). Reservations
must be made by June 27.
Every Sunday night.
from 6 p. m.
($3.00 per person.
Children under 12 yrs.
half price.)
featuring vocalist Jeffrey Carlton
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Mrs. AlcibUdM Arosemena crossed the Isthmus Wednes-
day to have a meeting with the officers of the Colon Red
Cross and to inspect the Red Cross Center. After this inspec-
tion, the group had lunch at the Hotel Washington and then
visited the school of the Sisters of Charity.
The officers and Board mem-
bers were hostesses for the lun-
cheon. The Pacific side guests
were: Mrs. Arosemena with Mrs.
Juan Gallndo, wife of the Minis-
ter of Public Health, Miss Mr-
quez, vice-president of the Pan-
ama Red Cross Chapter, and Mrs.
Henrique de Obarrlo, wife of the
The Colon ladles who enter-
tained were: Mrs. Agustn Cede-
o, president of the Colon Unit,
Mrs. Julia Emiliani, vice-presi-
dent, Mrs. Efrain Calvlo, secre-
tary, and the members of the
Board of Directors: Mrs. Herbert
Peterson, Mrs. Ounther Hlrsch-
feld and Mrs. Humberto Lelgna-
June Is the Red Cross' month
to raise funds In the Republic. Af-
ter this month they may not sol-
icit donations. All contributions
will be accepted at their building
in Colon.
Formal At Home Given By
Captain and Mrs. Koepke
-The Commanding Officer of
the Naval Station at Coco Solo,
Captain L. L. Koepke and Mrs.
Koepke were "At Home" to
friends and officials from both
sides of the Isthmus Wednesday
Captain and Mrs. Koepke mov-
ed recently to their present quar-
ters and this U their first official
function. Over two hundred
guests attended the elaborate af-
-A circular, blue bowl filled with
vivid, African daisies and baby's
breath centered the buffet table
in the coral dining room. An oval,
white bowl held white agapan-
thus and Jatropa to center a sec-
ond buffet table on the porch.
Colored lights illuminated the
yard and barbecue refreshments
were served at the out-of-door
barbecue pit.
Receiving with the host and
hostess were her mother, Mrs. J.
J. Jackson and son, Henry Two-
hy. Mrs. Martin Hayes assisted
the hostess.
Rehearsal Supper Party
The rehearsal for the wedding
of Miss Patricia Oeddes and Mr.
George Flores was held last eve-
ning at the Church of the Holy
Family In Margarita. Later In the
evening Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Oeddes, the parents of the bride,
entertained with a supper party
at their home for the members of
the wedding party.
The dinner guests with the
bride and groom-elect were: Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Hooper, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert La Porta, Mr. and
Mrs. Hubert Pretto, Miss Helen
Klssam, Miss Diane Oeddes and
Mrs. Marguerite Schommer.
Miss Zimmerman Complimented
With Shower
Mrs. Arthur Livingston was
hostess for a miscellaneous gift
shower given at her Colon resi-
dence Wednesday evening for
Miss Louise Zimmerman, whose
wedding tomorrow evening is of
social interest to a wide circle of
After the gifts were opened re-
freshments were served from a
white and silver bride's table.
White carnations flanked by
white tapers In silver holders
formed the centerpiece. Mrs. J. L.
Cook presided at the punch bowl.
The guests included Mrs.
George Zimmerman, mother of
the bride, Mrs. Julius H. Borhe-
feld, Mrs. William A. Van Slcleri,
Jr., Mrs. Howard Clarke, Mrs.
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Charles Maher, Mrs. Malcolm
Wheeler, Mrs. J. R. Roblnette,
Mrs. Garland Orr, Mrs. Jack Ran-
dall, Mrs. Thomas Bougan, Mrs.
Louis Kaufer, Mrs. Lucille Flen-
niken, Mrs. Wallace C. Bain, Mrs.
Caleb Clement, Mrs. James Rec-
ela, Mrs. Joseph Wright, and Miss
Norma Lee van Slclen.
Commander and Mrs. Frankel
Commander I. J. Frankel who
has been serving as the assistant
to the director of the Industrial
Bureau, has received his orders
and will leave next month to be
stationed at the Naval Shipyard
at Bremerton, Washington. Com-
mander Frankel has been sta-
tioned on the Isthmus for the
past two years, and has been as-
signed to the Pacific and Atlantic
Commander and Mrs. Frankel
and their children, Benjamin and
Deborah are leaving early in July
for the States.
Margarita Players
To Present Comedy
- The Margarita Players have se-
lected the well-known and en-
joyable comedy of an American
family, "Life With Father," as
their next venture.
Etta Cheek Is directing the
production, which Is planned for
the latter part of August.
Last Hurricane Season Was
Atlantic's Trickiest Ever
Miss Rosita A. Sagel, above, ar-
rived In Panama this week a-
aboard the SS Panama from
New York. Miss Sagel recently
obtained her decree of Bachelor
of Science in Business Educa-
tion from Villa Maria College,
in Erie, Pa.
Esso Accountants
From 6 Countries
Meet Here Monday
Panama will be the site of an-
other Esso conference next week
when approximately 20 account-
ants and supervisors of the var-
ious divisions of Esso Standard
OH (Central America) S.A., meet
here on June 25 for a five day
The conference which will be
held on the top floor of the Hotel
El Panama will afford account-
ing personnel from the six coun-
tries represented an opportuni-
ty to exchange Ideas, coordinate
efforts, solve existing problems,
and try to simplify accounting
procedures In the Central Amer-
ican company. Also expected to
attend will be two representa-
tives from the New York office
of Standard Oil Co. (N.J.>
I. E. Champsaur, Comptroller of
Eso Standard Oil (Central Ameri-
ca) will give a buffet cocktail
party Thursday evening, June 28,
at the Panama Golf Club in hon-
or of the delegates.
One afternoon will be devoted
to shopping and sightseeing In
the Republic and the Canal Zone
after the conference closes on
Thursday afternoon.
Um Johnson's Baby Powder after
baths, at diaper changes, and in be-
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soothes protects!
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fragrant Johnson's Baby Soap. Ask
(or it today!
The 1950 season produced
more and meaner and trickier
Atlantic hurricanes than any
other in history.
This record was reported In
the Commerce Depart ment's
monthly weather review maga-
zine by Grady, Norton of the
Miami, Fla., weather bureau.
The season lasted only 70 days,
from Aug. 12 to Oct. 21. But In
that 70 days the Atlantic pro-
duced 12 storms, 11 of which de-
veloped full hurricane force.
That is "the largest number of
full hurricanes reported for a
season In history."
Four of the hurricanes hit the
U.S. mainland and two others
came close enough to lash coast-
al areas with strong winds. Re-
sult: 19 deaths and a $35,850,000
crop and property loss.
For forecasters the 1950 sea-
Sea-Bees Planning
Annual Reunion
July 6, In Balboa
A Sea-Bee reunion for both
the Atlantic and Pacific sides Is.
planned for July 6 at 7 p.m. at the
CPO Club. 15th Naval District,
All ex-members of the Sea-Bees
have been urged to show up for a
"good time with the old gang."
New 1951-52 membership cards
in the local organization will be
distributed to those who attend.
Driver Balks Black Cat
SAVANNAH. Tenn. (UP)Mrs.
John Y. Bowen decided the driv-
er was a little superstitious when
she saw him stop his automobile,
get out and pick up a black cat
and take it to the other side of
the road before driving on.
son provided "more exasperation
and hard work" than any other.
One of the hurricanes, for
example, subsidized and then hit
full intensity again making
the total for practical purposes
12 Instead of 11.
The storms didn't appear sing-
ly but "In families." From Aug.
12 to Sept. 10 there was hardly a
break. During much of that pe-
riod "two or three v hurricanes
were In progress at the same
After a 14-day lull in the first
of another family of storms ap-
p e a r d on Oct. 1. This group
"gave but a few days' respite"
until Oct. 21, when the season
abruptly ended.
Norton said there have been
other seasons when more than
one Atlantic hurricane was howl-
ing at the same time. But he
said he never before saw "so
many twins and triplets."
Miami and other forecast cen-
ters issued more than 300 bul-
letins on the 1950 hurricanes, and
navy and air force planes made
about 130 reconnaissance flight
"by far the greatest number"
ever flown in one season.
The hurricanes didn't Just blow
they feinted, side-stepped,
waned and waxed, looped, and
kept the forecasters off balance
with changes of pace.
The hurricane of 8ept. 1-7
made two small loops In the Gulf
area and executed a 180-degree
turn over Florida, achieving tour
abrupt changes of course In three
The late October Gulf-hurri-
cane caused "needless warnings
and public anxiety on the Flori-
da West Coast" by threatening
much but doing little harm.
The 1950 season "began late
and ended early," Norton said.
"But while It lasted, it was pack-
ed with activity seldom if ever
before observed."
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man," Joel McCrea said, "Is not
cute when he's over 35. And when
he's 40 and tries to be cuteugh!
Pardon me!"
Joel, of course, was talking
about middle-aged movie actors.
The cut-up types who go roll-
er-coasterlng with Claudette Col-
bert, ring Loretta Young's door-
bell at midnight, and wriggle
their ears to Irene Dunne's ever-
lasting delight.
Movie actors, mind you.
Still I felt the blood course to
my face and a lump of guilt form
In my throat. It's been said (not
by my wife) that I'm cuter than
buttermilk pie doing the elfin
movie stuff "of William Powell,
Jimmy Stewart, Walter Pidgeon
and Joseph Cotten.
I'm finished with all that.
Serves me right for asking Joel
why he's been shying away from
those Mr. and Mrs. movie scripts
In which the heroine is always
asking hubby to slip on her dress
so that she can fix the hemline.
Joel Isn't going to be doomed
on the screen and that's that.
Joel had a point there. Yes, In-
deedy. Nothing I'd like better to
talk all day about, but he was due
to start rehearsing In a few min-
utes, for his NBC show, "Tales of
the Texas Rangers," and I had
another question or two up my
What about the story that Joel
was right up there with Fred
MacMurray and Blng Crosby as
a Mr. Moneybags? Hmmmmmm?
"It's not true that I'm rich,"
Joel said. "Of course, I'm not
poor, either. I don't have to work.
That talk about being rich start,
ed when I began turning down
scripts. People said, 'That guy, he
must be loaded.' I'm only rich In
that I have my freedom and that
my family has freedom.
"Will Rogers woke me up to the
fact that movie stars are slaves to
their fans. Will, he happened to
like ranching, rodeos and calf-
roping. The only thing his money
did was to keep him away from
them. Will asked me in the early
days how much I was making
and I said that I was getting $250
a week.
"'Well,' he said. 'I'm getting
$250,000 a picture. I may have
more salts than yon, son, bnt re-
member this: I can put on only
one pants leg at a time, the same
as you.'
. "I've turned down a lot of mov-
ies that would have brought me
more fame, box-office power and
money than I have. It wasn't
worth It. I lay off for long periods
and my friends tell me that It's
hurting me. I say, 'Look, my life
is more Important.' Let John
Wayne get the plums. I'll take
the second-best parts. My happi-
ness and freedom mean more to
me than being hot as a pistol at
the box office. I know I'm not as
hot as a lot of male stars because
of my attitude. But, brother, I'll
never get as cold, either."
"You still running the other
way when they throw you a siz-
zling love story?" I asked.
"Sure," said Joel. "I never liked
being called a sex-appeal guy
and I got out of It as soon as I
could. I'm not being king of the
cream puffs. Just let me be plain
old breakfast cereal. Clark Gable
didn't cash In on that sex thing,
either. He could have, but he
stayed a sensible, legitimate guy.
He doesn't have to depend on the
ohs and ahs. Those sex boys."
Joel sighed and shook his head
Haitian Poet Morpeau
Will Speak Sunday
At Sojourners Hall
A special program in honor of
the Haitian poet and lecturer, M.
Pierre Marabiah Morpeau, will
be presented at the Sojourners
Hall on Sunday night, under the
auspices of the Universal Negro
Improvement Association of Pa-
nama City.
The distinguished Haitian vis-
itor who has traveled widely
through the Americas, and who
has lectured at many cultural and
educational centers In the Re-
public since his arrival here a-
bout a month ago, will be the
principal speaker for the occa-
sion. Others scheduled to speak
are Licenciado Isidro Beluche
and Doctora Concha Pea. The
program will commence at 7 p.m.
and will Include elocutionary and
musical numbers by local artists.
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little sooner or later, you know." "Years ago they tried to sell ml
We shook hands and I asked on the idea. Listen, there's to,
who his' press agent was these | much publicity in Hollywood ana
days. not enough good pictures."
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Walter Wincheli
In New York
Montfornery ciift and Judy Balaban (th gold-time) a Sum-
merger? Then why's the trousseau-shopping".. Thrush Connie
ilaines becomes Mrs. Major Robert De Haven Sept. 7. Greta
Oarbo baa dropped "Harriet Brown" as a signature (or hotel re-
gisters. Too well-known. She now sifna "Joan Benny".. .Joan
BlondeU'i dghtr Ellen and J. Barrymore, Jr., are romantieklish...
Dashlell Hanimett (noted sleuth writer) will be invited to discuss
things with the Un-American Activities House croup.. Babs Hut-
ton and Prince Henri d'Auvergne are doing their dating In Pari-
slan suburbs. Creates less gab and colyumer attention, ha, ba.....
Mrs. Fatber Divine comes to town (or voice tutoring. Margaret
better watch out.. Darryl Zanuck's dghtr Susan (who- debuted
not too long ago) and actor Robert Wagner are Glrltown's Big
Duet...The Saddler-Pep spats were unwrlnkled. They'll brawl at
the Garden In Sept... Father's Day Toast to Papa Joe Stalin:
Happy Drop Dad!
The col'm bad the sensational teen-age drug-addicts beat on
Sunday night Feb. 4, I960, thus: "A sizzling expose of the alarm-
ing marijuana traffic will break this week. The United Press is
readying., headline aeries with Info reveallntt that in N. Y. the
practice Eblgger than ever and that It run from Park Avenue to
Park Row"...Because we flashed lt-UP killed its series UP exec
Mr. Johnson (In a rage) exploded: "This is one story Wincheli Is
not going to say he scooped us on!"
What's ail this hokum about selecting Happy Chandler's suc-
cessor as Baseball Arbitrator? Why don't they just reward J.
Di.Maggio with with that hefty paying post? Considering the bust
that it may be bis last season as a star.. .The naming of all those
Broadway joints (in the current teen-age dope probe) didn't (ase
the bis. Jammed as usual last night.
Following the Berlettonthe Foole, Cone ii Belding ad agency
offered One Million Dollars to the Run yon Fund (plus another
half-million to us) to divide this reporter's newscastwith a
famed sponsor's teevy cameras.
Hottest rumor in Washington social plaees Is that Princess
Margaret (of the United States) has Invited Princess Margaret
(of England) to visit here in the Fall. The Royal clan ok'd it..
Barbara MaoLean (wealthy Los Angeles designer) and Roger
Dann (star of "Happy Time") are sharing the same parachute at
Steeplechase. J. AUen, Jr. (star of "Season in tbe Sun") and
Ed Platt (the lead of "Stalag 17") are both stricken with Lois De
Fee-ver.. Dagmar'a sister Jean Lewis and Sgt. Victor Jarmel (Air
Force) are a White-Llght-Nightem.. Jack Green, the MCA exec,
blends wKh Martha Cohan next Sabbath eve'g at the Savoy-
Plaza. She's tbe dgbtr of the Pellham oillionaire .Who says the
War won't end soon??? Errol Flynn's going to Korea.
Labor Newt
The Homt Front *T '**
By Victor Riesel
Britishers insist the reason Princess Margaret Is an unhappy
girl Is that her True Love Is "too far beneath ner social standing"
to ever consider... Top romance at the Penthhouse Club appears
to be Prentice Kent (the radio mint) and socialite Pat Fitzgerald
...Mlstlnguelte (back in Paree after being un appreciated here)
is recuperating from it all with a torrid new romance. He is pia-
nist Augustine Sflita. He's 28: she's nearly 80.. .The Paul Dudleys
(Joy Hodgesi have decided to End It All after considering it for a
long spell.. .The John J. Lewis-Walter Reuther war is a ptp. Lewis
Is trying to horn in on his United Auto Workers.. Coleen Grav.
whops marriage plans with Stanley Rubin suddenly melted, is
carrying the most terrible torch In town.
. "Old Soldiers Never Die" was adapted from a hymn called
"Kind Words Never Die" by Gen. Chas. P. Summerall. comman-
dant of the Citadel. It was popular with British troops in World
War One.. Arthur Murray has a dance teacher named Esther
Kefauver...Judge Harold Medina: WIU you kindly serve as a
judge (via tbe Runyon Awards) for best in journalism, theater,
movies, etc.? Along with G-Man Hoover, B. Barucb, H. B. Swope.
Dr. C. P. Kneads (of Memorial Hospital) and Gab. MacArthur?
So that winners will know they were voted for by some of the
nation's outstanding Americans?... Evita Pern, the trollop, will
take over as editor and bead man of the murdered (by Peron)
newspaper, La Prensa... Corp. Curt Simmons, tbe Philadelphia
soutbpaw-great, will wed his childhood sweetheart, Dorothy
Ludwig of Egypt, Pa.
Att'n Father Brussard, editor The Catholic Digest: Rep. Don-
ald L. OToole of N. Y. Inserted Katheleen Lamb Wilson's exciting
lace on Damon Runyon (and the cancer fund) Into the Cong,
ecord June 11. (Welcome t the club, Kate). He also mailed
10,000 copies to constituents.. Donald MacLean, one of the mys-
teriously missing British diplomas (with atomic secrets, etc.). was
known to possess tendencies that would've Interested Freud. The
British Foreign Office Is frantically trying to soft-pedal his antics
In Swlshlety...We trust all concerned are convinced Joe Louis Is
loved by the fans.. Savold did the gracious thing by saying: "I
was unlucky elough to meet a good Louis".. The referee who per-
mitted one of the Negro fighters (Frldav night) to almost get
killed must enjoy blood and agonyon the Other Fellow...Jim
Norris: Why Is this? Haven't enough fighters died in the ring?
Dan Dalley and Barbara Whiting got It Oof'ly Baaaaddct!
(Poor Thinsg). .Frankie Laine will get surgery (bedded 4 weeks)
In a H'wotfd Hospital. In August. Dates back to tbe time he was a
marathon dancer to make a living. ..The Mark Murphys (of the
Nice People Set) are Making a Mistake! He's1 with The New
Yorker; she's with Life...The Associated Licensed Detectives of
N. Y. debunk the report that indicted Joseph L. Brandt was elected
lt treasurer. "He Is merely a member," etc. (Then watch yer
coats!) Brandt Is accused of fraudhandling funds for a phony
cancer fund Accused! Haw! He's a louse! A psvchlatrist ad-
vised tbe wife of a star to "divorce him." If the iowdown ever
breaksthat medico wlU find himself on a witness stand.
Tho Mall Sea is a oaon forum loi readers et The Panama American
ketta.it ire reserved fruitfully sad are beadUS In doll conlioentio1
It yea eavribavs letter dea I be Important If ft doesn't oppcoi rhe
eat day. Letters re published In the order raeeived.
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Ueatftv of letter writers hold in Strictest eonfidneo.
This aawipeaer essenves ne responsibility lot statement or eainiam
mpieised In tetters hem readers. /
Mall Box Editor:
I was wondering when some-
one was going to start complain-
ing about the wonderful???? bus
service which has (n't) been
serving the public to and from
the Civil Affairs Buildlna. Unlike
you I have a car but. I also have
a mother who enjoys reading de-
tective thrillers on dark rainy
nights. She of course likes to go
to the Library during the day so
t to read the books in the eve-
_s. You guessed It! About ten
jutes before quitting time the
|e rings; ".......I'm strand-
Lthe library again, will you
up on your way home."
"lat I don't want to give
er a ride home but the
she sits there for two]
is at a time waiting for a bjjf
... with you ln your gripe, aJW
only hopeme bus service wilt lm
prove soorr. g$
Dear Mr. Editor:
Some folks don't file
their Income taxes-
just chisel.
Dear Sir :
I read with great delight how
the mud-digging taxpayers of
Gamboa had nobly responded to
the call to assist In manning the
Anti-Aircraft defenses on the
Canal Zone. No doubt they were
somewhat influenced by "short-
pants" In uniform cap.
I offer as a suggestion only,
that he should be stationed at
Fort Clayton, duly attired In uni-
form cap. to attempt to enroll
some of the soldiers to become
acquainted with the "Wolcott"
and other dredging activities, In
order to cope with any emergen-
cy that might arise.
For obvious reasons I must
withhold by name until I can see
how things go under the new
Panama Canal Company.
Y. I could understand why
this strong man wept a little
softly and unseen.
Many times these many years
I've crossed this land to watch
him make news as host and
East of Presidents and Prime
misters, enemy of gangsters
and grlfters, and crusader
among those who lead working
people, but who so often forget
their crusades. And always there
has been at the climax, a poker
face. Never tears. Never for a
Again this day 1 follow-
ed him hundred of miles,
over highways across wfiich
rode our own Revolutionary
War couriers with-word and
orders in an another fight
for freedom. And here at
ancient Bard College, steep-
ed in Americana, the immi-
grant of yesteryear, the
Jewish needle worker, Da-
vid Dubinsky, became the
first labor leader to don cap
and gown to accept the De-
gree of Doctor of Laws, Ho-
noris Causa.
The Latin, as ancient as his
native Yiddish, he did not un-
derstand. But amidst the others
being honored a senator, a
world renowned musician and
the widow of the late president
his tears came at the citation
from a faculty which goes back
even further than the huge
trees which shaded the outdoor
"David Dubinsky, you have
brought to the land of your
youthful adoption a personal
knowledge and abhorrence, of
ancient and persistent wrongs.
"You have fought skillfully
and implacably against exploi-
tation In every form. As once
ths country opened a door to
you. so. you have opened to
others doors of opportunity for
work and education. Your lead-
ership of labor has helped mil-
lions to a more equitable share
in the bounty of this produc-
tive land; it has Increased the
political as well as economic in-
fluence of those by whose hands
this bounty is produced; it has
helped create a new concept of
economic morality and decency
In human relations.
"Your, service to labor has
been a service to the health and
strength of the nation, and a
servile to mankind itself. We
proudly present you with the
degree of Doctor of Laws, Ho-
noris Causa."
So said the college president.
And well might the eyes of the
nation have been on this col-
lege arbor. For this man was
more than a labor leader who
had driven the gang murders
from his market place; more
than the man who has kept his
two billion dollar industry alive
and prosperous and profitable
for those who own as well as
those who earn; far more than
a man whose modern Ladles
Garment Workers Union pro-
duces skyscraper health centers,
musical comedies and motion
pictures and honestly accounts
for every dues dollar In annual
financial statements.
This man to whom this
nation had once opened its
doors is about to sail to Eu-
rope on a mission which may
keep millions of American
kids from carbines and fox
holes. For it should be said'
bluntly and he will un-
doubtedy heave me out of
hit office the next time for
so saying it that David
Dubinsky goaded the Ame-
rican labor movement into
a global battle on Stalin's
newest politico-military ag-
It was he who first set aside
that now famous corner of the
second floor of his ultra-modern
union building, as an Interna-
tional headquarters for the fight
on the Comlnform's basic stra-
tegy of making the working class
Its primary target in Commun-
ism's global drive for power.
It was Dublnskv who led Ame-
rican labor In dispatching such
simple, but powerful, weapons
as the ordinary typewriter and
reams of paper to European
unions, so thev could fight the
multi-million dollar Communist
press when our own State Dept
and Dept. of Defense permitted
the Communists tons of news-
sorint, even for fashion maga-
zines, while snubbing Europe's
anti-Communist unions. The re-
cord Is there!
It was he who sent men Into
bombed out Germany and
France to guide the reviving
democratic unions with money
and advice.
It was he who helped to build
new political forces In Italy In
crucial elections. In an audience
with Pope Plus, Dubinsky was
told by His Holin that this
swift aid helped to win a bat-
tle critical for all civilization.
7f was he who sent men
into the Orient. There, only
a few weeks ago. their work
succeeded in bringing to-
nether in Karachi leaders of
0.000,000 Asiatic workers,
, from Ceylon. India, Japan,
Korea. China. Malay. Pakis-
tan, Thailand. HongKong,
Burma, Indonesia, Singa-
pore and the Philipies.
This was the third regional
arley of fi ee labor the others
laving been held first In West-
ern Europe, then In Mexico City.
Now he and hundreds of other
orld labor leaders are bound
i.....I la M
Dream Dealer
NEW YORK. Ths uses of psychiatry as a
ales gimmick are many and varied, but have
seldom been used so successfully as In ths sale
of sleep. The merchandisers of slumber have
practically arranged It so you're afraid to hit
the sack without a bumper crop of their gldgets
and gadgets and gizmos.
"A skilled psychiatrist," says a sign in the
Bleep Shop of a firm called Lewis & Conger,
"can root out night fears if you have the time
and the money, but..." and then goes on to tell
you how to build security with a neon night-
glow lamp, a personal siren burglar alarm, in-
stant room Intercommunication devices, instant
vigil lamps, instant fire signals, and, wonderful
to behold, a "book for decondltlonlng night
A variety of posters calls your attention to
the psyche and its ramifications. "Freud versus
Sleep Shop," says one. What do your positions
signify?". I can answer that one easy. It means
the old lady baa rolled over again and I am try-
ing not to fall off the bed.
There are all sorts of beds available, of course.
There is the "tete-a-tete bed, to promote cul-
tural exchange." There Is the "veto bed, for
ambivalent matee," whose subhead says "some-
times I hate you, sometimes I love you." This
bed offers either "reassuring proximity or cool-
ing allofness." It short, it is a big bed.
Of course, there is a "Freedom Crib" for the
kiddles, a "thermostat-controlled haven for the
modern baby." It looks more like an aquarium
than anything else, but I suppose the modern
child thinks he Is a fish anyhow after a certain
amount of scientific indoctrination.
I like particularly the "mattress clinic." which
asks rather rudely if "you are a monogamist if
you seek a mattress forever faithful." And the
sien in the pillow clinic which asks: Is your
pillow too buxom? I'll thank you to mind your
tongue. Lewis it Conger. It just so happen I
like big pillows.
Ths onus, as Is usually the case these days, Is
placed firmly on the male. "Does he smoke
rashly In bed?" And the one for "wistful
wives"... "does he (all asleep at the wrong
time?" Here in one stroke Is a double-barrel-
ed accusation of built-in guilt of homicidal care-
lessness and overweening callousness.
L *t c asks you balefully If the night stirs
fears, and warns you that the conditioned child-
hood terrors are not easy to shake without some
help from their 1.001 solutions 'to sleep prob-
lems, such as semi-hypnotic recordings, cards to
keep the neighbors quiet, and a "compatibility
bed" which affords "consoling proximity with-
out constraint." Some of these days teacher Is
going to wash out L At Cs mouth with soap.
Mr. Norman Dine, the sleep genius who com-
piles these come-ons, has succumbed to a fit of
honesty in one placard. This says that if you
can relax- you don't need the Sleep Shop at all.
a rather rash admission for a man who con-
demns rashness In smoking in bed. He may be
right, though, and I offer htm a recipe for re-
Rap yourself gently over the head with a bot-
tle of bourbon until the eyes begin to blur. Have
yourself convoyed to the bed chamber and pull
off your clothes. Leave the clothes as they fall
on the floor.
Place your head on a pillow that does not ne-
cessarily have to be fickle. Sybaritic or too
buxom. Open the mouth. Snore. Pull all the
blankets off your bedmate. If any. and thrash
wildly about, kicking, swinging arms and grind-
ing your teeth. >
I have been sleeping successfully for years,
and this is my recipe for relaxation, and I have
not yet been to the clinic to learn whether my
mattress is forever faithful. I don't care what
the damn thing does when I'm out of town so
long as It don't bite me when I am trying to
catch a little reet.
Drew Pearson says: Senate Democrats discuss defending
General Marshall; G. I. justice will remain outmoded;
Political appointees fill military Court of Appeals.
WASHINOTON.-Senate Democratic leaders called an emer-
gency off-the-record huddle the other day to decide how to
meet Senator McCarthy's 80,000-word attack on- Secretary of
Defense Marshall.
Minnesota's fiery Sen. Hubert Humphrey suggested a mass
mhwUL Wh!.n KMcC.arthy got UD t0 sP**k- Porting out how
Hitler started his rise to power by tearing down the heroes of
the German republic, Humphrey snorted his disgust at McCar-
thy s tactics.
. '"1?.*re *e many ways * destroy peoplesometimes by
outright murder, sometimes through the process of attrition*
declared Humphrey. "I mean character assassination, misrepre-
sentation and quoting out of context. This is the most in-
humane way."
The Senator from Minnesota suggested that the Democrats
u. w1ly ,lw0 ".Iternatives"either stand up and fight back
which is almost Impossible to do when McCarthy controls the1
floor or remove ourselves from the scene of unsavory conduct."
Humphrey said he preferred a mass walkout.
However, Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas favored sending in
a conservative Southern Democrat to hit back at McCarthy-
Anyone else who tried It would be branded as a Communist by
McCarthy, Johnson observed. He suggested George of Georgia.
or Byrd of Virginia, since Marshall lives in Virginia and ByrJ
made the original motion in favor of Marshall's nomination
However, McMahon of Connecticut warned that It was an
imposslblly trying to debate with McCarthy, because you neve*,
can pin him to tr> facts of the issue." .
... ^f/?dciud 'ii*1 Mahall had stature enough to withstand"
ne McCarthy blast and suggested that the McCarthyltes had.
lost the MacArthur fight, and McCarthy's attack on Marsha)]
was a deliberate attempt to gain the offensive again. The onl*.'
way they can make the MacArthur position stand up Is to M-
devmlne the character of the Administration witnesses."
The G.I., who is supposed to get the best of everything when
t comes to guns, ammunition and food, has never got top mll-
ltary Justice Up until recently the courts-martial and military
justice systems of the armed services have been as out of cate-
as horse-drawn artillery.
And, thanks to wise-cracking Gen. Harry Vaughan and poli-
tics-playing in the Justice Department, it looks like a reform
of military justice might be side-tracked. For Vaughan and
Attorney General McOrath have Just appointed two of their
nenchmen as Judges on the Important new military Court of
Appeals.. ,.
... hl? new mllltary court came as a result of the scandals' of"
Arorld War II. During the war it became obvious that army.
Justice was as out of date as the cavalry, and thanks to thev
prodding of a small group 6f civilian lawyers, headed by Ri-
chard H. Wels of New York, Congress passed an excellent new
"uniform code of military justice."
The 8upreme Court for this new code is the military dourt
of Appeals, and last fall Judge Bob Patterson, former Secretary
of War, came to Washington and urged General Marshall' not
to appoint political hacks to this key court. Marshall concuired
and it was arranged that the new military Judges should be
Selected from a list of candidates nominated by the American-
tar Association.
Shortly after the Marshall-Patterson conference, however,
it leaked out that a small triumvirate of White House cronies:
General Vaughan. John Steelman and Donald Dawsonobjected'
to the cooperation of the Bar Association. The President they:
believed, had to consider 1952 and the building up of his poll-I
tical fences.
Mr. Truman, however, did not agree with his cronies and
personally requested that the American Bar Association submit
a list of judges, it considered qualified for the military Court
of Appeals. At that time, incidentally, Attorney General Mc-
urath said he wanted to have nothing to do with the appoint-
ments, that their selection was wholly up to the Defense De-
Finally, an excellent list of judicial candidate* was submlt-l I
to tfte Defense Department, including Professor Edmund'
UAPftOn i-i f (hat Un*< *.A I . 0.1^ 1 __!_ j__ai. ..
New US Policy
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON, (NBA).A new American for-
eign policy with respect to the Middle East is
now taking shape. It involves not only con-
tinued, but Increased military and economic aid
to Greece, Turkey and Iran. For the first time,
it will Include equal grants to Israel and the
Arab states for military assistance, refugee re-
lief and economic aid.
If approved by Congress, the whole program
will cost the United States in the neighborhood
of $1 billion for the next fiscal year beginning
July 1.
Military aslstance for the Middle East is es-
timated at $145 million. No country-by-country
breakdown of this arms aid has been made pub-
lic. But an estimated 10 per cent or over $40
million Is to be earmarked for the Israel-Arab
This military assistance program Is the high-
light of the new U. 8. Mid-East policy. The
arms aid is to be given only under certain con-
ditions. ~ It must be used only to develop the
security of the Israel-Arab area against external
aggression. It may not be used for aggression
by the Israelis against the Arabs or vice-versa.
The new Mid-East policy has been developed
out of the Council of Foreign Ministers' meet-
ing In London in May, 1850. At that time ths
United States, Britain and France agreed on a
resolution authorizing the Arab nations and Is-
rael to procure arms for internal security and
area defense, but not for an arms race nor for
aggression against neighboring states.
There was no Korean war at that time. Plenty
of arms were available for purchase. Today,
under world-wide rearmament, there ars short-
ages. The three-power policy has therefore been
cnanged. Arms aid is to be allocated to these
Middle East countries on condition they accept
the terms under which the aslstance is offered,
with guarantees against aggression.
Emergence of this new policy creates a dif-
ferent situation in an area where It has fre-
quently been said that the United States has no
policy. While American oil companies have con-
cessions in Saudi Arabia. Kuwait. Bahrein and
Iraq, the U. 8. government in the past kept its
hands off. It was a British sphere of influence.
Gradually, the United States has become more
and more involved. The steps can be easily
traced. First it was through World War II sup-
for Milan to tie it all up into | ply lines to Russia. Then it was U. 8. opposl-
one mighty antl Communist i tlon to Russia's attempted arab of northern
labor federation worth many di- Iran. Then it was the Truman Doctrine of mi-
vlslons of troops litary assiststntee to Greece and Turkey now
Cause for honor, Indeed. I in Its third year.
The U. S. has also backed creation of the new
state of Israel. It furnished most of the money
tor relief of Arab refugees. The United States
has used its Influence to try to bring peace be-
tween the Arabs and Israelis.
The U. 8. has trjed to bring about a peaceful
settlement of the Anglo-Iranian oil nationaliza-
,tlon dispute. The United States has had police
and military training missions in Iran.
Point Four technical assistance agreements
' have been made with most of the countries In
the Middle East, though Syria has temporarily
at least refused to accept this proffered aid.
A UN economic survey mission, headed by Ten-
nessee Valley Authority Chairman Gordon Clapp
has made extensive recommendations for re-
settling the 800.000 Arab refugees and for build-
ing up the etonomy of the area.
All this effort has paid off only in part. Com-
munist aggression and revolution have been put
down In Oreece. Turkey and Greece have con-
tributed troops who have fought well In Korea.
But in the Arab countries there Is still much
resentment against the United States. There is
a strong feeling of neutralism In most Arab
A major objective of the new Mid-East pol-
icy is to change this situation. By contributing
to the security of the Middle East against out-
side aggression. It Is hoped to increase the se-
curity of the United States and the rest of the
free world against communism.
No breakdown of the half-bllllon-dollar eco-
nomic assistance proposed for this Middle East-
ern area has been made, pending presentation
of the estimates to Congress. A few items can,
however, be revealed.'
In addition to the $36 million U. 8. Export-
Import Bank loan authorised for Iran last Oc-
tober, another $35 million grant to Iran Is pro-
For the Arab-Israel area. $100 million In eco-
nomic aid is proposed. Fifty million dollars of
this will go towards resettlement of the 800,000
Arab refugees. This Is to cover the building of
roads, houses and irrigation projects to make
the area self-sustaining.
A $35 million grant to Israel is proposed for
the development of agricultural resources. Is-
rael had asked for more assistance.
Another $35 million grant is proposed for the
Arab States, however, to build up the economy
of the whole area. In this sum are included
irranta of $1 million to Ethiopia and $1.5 million
each for Libya and Liberia, though they ars not
strictly in the Middle Bast.
----- --.- j....^, UvHu. ,,,.wii., iiiLiuuiui riuicssuc comuna
M. Morgan of the Harvard Law School, chief drafter of the new
military code. But none of them was appointed.
Instead, the Defense Department hastily telephoned Paul
Erosman of Louisiana, Dean of the Tulane Law School and
a good man, then serving as lieutenant colonel at Mitchell
Held. He was told to resign his commission immediately. He
"'Si so'hough, by executive order, no officer has been per-,
mltted to resign since the outbreak of the Korean war.
However, the new military code specifically requires thatS
judges be appointed from civilian life, and the Defense Depart-"
ment, in order to appoint Colonel Brosman, was trying to sneak'
around this provision.
The second judge, Oeorge W. Latlmer of the Utah Supreme
Court, was selected by General Vaughan. While he may be
a good Judge, his primary recommendation seems to have been
that he served In the National Guard with Vaughan
.. Tnl[d Judge *" Put oss by popular Attorney General"
McOrath, despite McGrath's earlier statement that he wanted*
nothing to do with these appointments. The Judge Is ex-Gov*
Robert E. Qulnn of Rhode Island, and here Is the reason he
got the Job.
McOrath and N his law partner, elder-statesman Senator
Green of Rhode Island, had promised Qulnn a Federal Judge-"*
ship. However, the judgeshlp was given to ex-Sen. Ed Leahy lru
order to get him to retire from the Senate to make room for*
x-Oov. John Pastore of Rhode Island, another McOrath lawT
., ^f8}01-9, _now **ie,y ln the Senate, and Leahy is safely-on"
the Federal bench. But this left Qulnn out ln the cold. And
when he threatened to raise a squawk, McOrath and Green
pressured the White House Into appointing the ex-Governor to i
a 15-year term on the hew and nonpolltlcal military court
Tragedy Is that Qulnn has some of the dictatorial brass- '
tmttedneas that needs to be cured ln the Army. As Governoirof '.
Rhode Island he called out the National Guard to close down 5
the Narragansett race track after a feud with the manager.
A simple court Injunction would have been adequate Instead.
(Copyright. 1951. by The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)


lMt Km.
las Km.
beach* Hey a Im 1:15 p.m.
Poemas en la voz de la mejor
recitadora panamea:
Certesia de la '<
Rerf Panamericana
construccin j
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
a Juan Franco.
Telfono 3-1901.

ii iti
Listos los ingleses
para evacuar a Irn
LONDRES, Junio 22 (UP) Lot funcionarios ingleses
ordenaron a los empleados britnicos en los campos petro-
leros de Irn que se concentraran en Abadan para ser
Un portavoz de la Compaa Anglo-lranian dijo que
aviones especiales se encontraban listos para iniciar la
evocuacin en cualquier momento.
Entre 300 y 500 esposas y r.l-
fios estn siendo llevados" a A-
badn y se les ha advertido que
estn listos para salir "en cual-
quier momento". La evacuacin
de los 2,500 ingenieros y tcat-
coa britnicos est siendo con-
siderada todava.
Loa planes para sta opera-
cin han sido preparados hasta
el ltimo detalle. Puentes ofl-
Perdido un Avin
de la Panamerican
con 40 pasajeros
DAKAR, Africa, Junio 23 (UP >
Un avin "Constellation" de
la Pan-American Airways con
40 personas a bordo desapareci
en vuelo desde Liberia a Dakar.
El avin sali de Monrovia,
Liberia a la 1:60 de la maana
y debi llegar a Dakar a las
5:15 de la misma maana. No
se han tenido noticias del avin
desde las 3:00 de la maana.
La distancia ent/.i Monrovia
y Dakar es de poco ms de 800
millas a lo largo de la costa
occidental Africana.
11 avin se encontraba en via-
je desde Johannesburg, Africa
del Sur hacia Nueva York. El
"Constellation" sali de Johan-
nesburg a las 10:00 de la maa-
na del Jueves haciendo cala
en Leopoldvllle en el Congo Bel-
ga y Acra en la Costa de Oro
antes de aterrizar en Monro-
El avin deba haber hecho
escalas en Dakar, Lisboa, Santa
Mara y Boston, llegando a Nue-
va York a las 6:00 d la maa-
na del Sbado.
cales dijeron que bajo el pie-
sent plan de accin ser posi-
ble evacuar a todos los britni-
cos en Abadn en cuestin de
36 horas, y aquellos que esltn
en los campos petroleros en 2.
LONDRES, Junio 22 (UP).
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores, Herbert Morrison, al ce-
rrar el debate sobre la situa-
cin de Irn declar que los
conservadores manifestaban que
deba hacerse "algo grande y
enrgico" pero a la vez no acla-
raban en qu consista se "al-
Dijo el Ministro: "No estamos
en la poca en que podemos co-
lonizar pases. Hemos llegado u
Pasa a la Pi 8 Col. 4i
Velada censura de prensa impone
el rgimen de Pern en Argentina

Bombardeados Aerdromos
Rojos en Corea del Norte
Se discutir sobre
prostitucin en el
Ministerio de Cno.
Para tomar medidas enrgicas
contra la prostitucin clandesti-
na, el trfico y uso del canyac y
otros estupefacientes se reunirn
el lunes prximo en el despacho
del Seor Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia sitas autoridades y fun-
cionarlos de la administracin.
A dicha conferencia, que ser
presidida por el Ministro Dr. Mi-
guel ngel Ordez, asistirn, el
Secretarlo don Armando Moreno
O., el asesor legal del Ministerio,
Lie. Francisco Carrasco, el Pri-
mero y Segundo Comandante de
la Polica, los Jefes de la Secreta
de Panam y Coln, los Goberna-
dores de Panam y Coln, los Al-
caldes de Panam y Coln y el
Seor Procurador General de la
En la Universidad
se inaugurar un
curso esta tarde
Sin llegar a ningn acuerdo
fracasaron los preparativos
para reunin de cancilleres
PARIS, junio 22. (UP).
La conferencia preparatoria de
la reunin de Ministres de Re-
laciones Exteriores de los Cua-
Terminaron huelga
los operadores de
radio en EE. UU.
NUEVA YORK, Junio 2 (UP)
Los operadores de radio d.l
CIO terminaron su huelga de
una semana contra los arma-
dores de la costa del Pacfico,
pero los negociadores en la cos-
ta este no han podido conseguir
uca solucin.
La Asociacin Americana de
Radio (CIO), que haba expi-
do un aumento de 63 dlares
mensuales, lleg a un arreglo
con los armadores del Pacil'.co
a las 2:26 de la maana, des-
pus de seis horas de negocia-
ciones en San Francisco, acce-
diendo a tripular inmedlatu-
r.'ente 37 barcos que se encon-
traban en los muelles.
El conciliador federal, Ouiar
Hoskins, dijo que la Asociacin
Americana de Radio haba a-
ceptado un acuerdo pidie.idc
"aumento de salarlos, meJora3
en Jas condiciones de trabajo y
extensin de los contratos por
un mnimo de dos aos"
tro Grandes termin anoche en
un desacuerd final despus de
cuatro meses de creciente lu-
cha que slo consigui aumen-
tar la tensin entre el Este y
el Oeste, la cual se pretenda
aliviar con esas gestiones.
Estados Unidos. Gran Breta-
a y Francia tomaron la Ini-
ciativa en la ruptura final des-
pus de abandonar toda espe-
ranza de un acuerdo sobre la
orden del da para la confe-
rencia de Cancilleres de los
Cuatro Grandes.
Tanto el Este como el Oeste
trataron de culparse mutua-
mente por el fracaso de las ne-
gociaciones en lea largos dis-
cursos finales que culminaron
con uno de dos horas cuaren-
ta minutos del delegado sovi-
tico Andrei Gromyko.
Sin embargo, el Oeste dej un
pequeo resquicio abierto para
una conferencia, aunque pare-
ce haber poca esperanza de que
los rusos lo aprovechen. Los
occidentales dijeron a Mosc en
una declaracin comn que
aunque la continuacin de las
actuales conversaciones seria
Intil, Rusia podra aceptar en
cualquier momento, mediante la
via diplomtica, la invitacin
permanente a la conferencia de
Cancilleres en Washington du-
rante el mes de julio a bese
de los acuerdos concertados
hasta ahora.
Esta tarde ser inaugurado
en la Universidad la escuela de
Servicio Diplomtico y Consular
con el siguiente programa:
1Palabras por el profesor
Braulio Vsquez, Decano de
la Facultad de Administra-
cin Pblica y Comercio.
2Discurso por el Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores, Lie.
Ignacio Molino.
3Pieza musical.
4Objetivos de la escuela de
Servicio Diplomtico y Con-
sular por el profesor Manuel
Mndez Guardia..
5Pieza musical.
6Palabras por un represen-
tante de los estudiantes de
la nueva escuela.
7Pieza musical.
8Inauguracin formal de la
nueva escuela por el Rector
de la Universidad, Dr. Oc-
tavio Mndez Perelra.
9Himno Nacional.
A este acto estn invitados
los profesores de l Universi-
dad, el Cuerpo Diplomtico, el
pblico en general y muy par-
ticularmente loa estudiantes de
la Facultad de Administracin
Pblica y Comerci.
Soto los martes y
viernes recibir
el Presidente
De la Presidencia de la Re-
pblica hemos recibido el si-
guiente comunicado:
A partir de la fecha los Oas
de recibo general en la Presi-
dencia de la Repblica sern loa
martes y viernes de 4 p.m. 6
pjn. Los dems das slo se po-
dr visitar al Excelentsimo se-
or Presidente de la Repblica
mediante previa solicitud Ce
audiencia hecha 41 Edecn. Te-
niente Coronel Rodolfo Ullscs
Se ha tomado esta determi-
nacin en vista de que la cons-
tante afluehola de pblico r"
Despacho presidencial le resta
tiempo al estudio de problemas
fundamentales que confronta a
La prensa continuar disfru-
tando de todas las facilidades
para que cumpla su funcin in-
Se especula si la ofensiva
Comunista ser lanzada en
el aniversario de la guerra
TOKIO, Junio 22. (UP). M encuentran hasta a siete
Los aviones norteamericanos millas por delante de las 11-
contlnuaron atacando los aer-
dromos comunistas en Corea
del Norte para evitar que stos
sean usados por las fuerzas ro-
tas en anticipacin a la espe-
rada ofensiva comunista.
Existe especulacin sobre si
las fuerzas comunistas lanzarn
lo que el Comando del Octavo
Ejrcito, General James Van
Fleet, na llamado como "la
tercera fase" de la ofensiva,
antes o el mismo da del ani-
versario de la Invasin comu-
nista de Corea del Sur.
Un portavoz del Octavo Ejr-
cito dijo que los comunistas se
estn tornando ma agresivos
a todo lo largo del frente de
55 millas desde 1 Sur de Kum-
song en el sector central hasta
la costa oriental.
Los rojos lanzaron varios a-
taques de prueba en este fren-
t y las patrullas aliadas que
neas principales de las Na-
ciones Unidas encontraron evi-
dencia de una concentracin
comunista al Sur de Kumsong.
Kumsong se encuentra a 29
millas al Norte del Paralelo 38
y se cree que es el rea prin-
cipal de concentracin en la
Corea Central.
Hoy ha sido la quinta ves en
seis das que los aviones a. re-
tropropulsin comunista han re-
lado la supremaca area alia-
da sobre el noroeste de Corea.
La lluvia Impidi que los rojos
se atrevieran a cruzar la fron-
tera con Manchuria ayer.
Unos 28 aviones de cmba-
te aliados que se encontraban
en una patrulla de rutina en
la frontera de Manchuria inter-
ceptaron cerca de 30 aviones
comunistas del tipo MIG-15 a
unas 30 millas de la poblacin
(Pasa a I Pat Col *>
El ejrcito de E.U.
comprar carne de
res en el exterior
El Ejrcito anunci que com-
prar "cantidades limitadas" de
carne vacuna fresca y en coa-
serva en pases extranjeros pa-
ia el consumo del Ejrcito, Ar-
mada y. Fuerza Area que pres-
tan servicios en ultramar.
El anunci hecho por inter-
medio del Departamento de De-
fensa no dice cuales son los pal
ses en donde se comprar la
carne, pero se cree que grun
parte de las adquisiciones se
harn en Argentina.
Acogido el desistimiento de
demanda ante el Contencioso
por el Dr. Alberto Navarro
Crese que ge podr iniciar una nueva demanda
sobre el mismo asunto
Se fundar organismo cvico
para el progreso de la salud
pblica en la Repblica
Lev Direccin de Salud Pusu-
ca inform hoy a la prensa que
e haban establecido las bases
para la constitucin de la Aso-
ciacin Nacional para el avance
de la Salud Pblica. De consti-
tuirse estar organizacin queda-
ra integrada por distintas or-
ganizaciones cvicas y grupos de
la comunidad. Han aldo invita-
das a formar parte de este nue-
vo organismo las siguientes a-
grupaciones: Sindicato de Pe-
riodistas. Asociacin Nacional
ce Radlolocutores, Magisterio
Panameo Unido, Asociacin
Nacional de Profesores, Club oe
Leones, Cmara Internacional
Ce Jvenes, Club Rotarlo, Aso-
ciacin Mdica Nacional, Aso-
ciacin Odontolgica de Pana-
m. Academia de Medicina, A-
loclacln de Padres de Familia.
Colegio de Abogados de Panama
Asociacin de Ingenieros de Fa-
iiam, Club Interamericano de
Mujerea. Asociacin Nacional de
Farmacuticos, Cmara de Co-
mercio, Cruz Roja Nacloul.
Confederacin de Sociedades In
lerloranas. Federacin de Estu-
diantes de Panam, Asociacin
Civlca Istmea y otras que l
Direccin de Salud pblica con-
sidere invitar o que manifiesten
su intencin de partenecer.
Las entidades mencionadas y
cualesquiera otras que recioun
invitaciones, se servirn num-
erar un representante para la
primera reunin de instalacin
que tendr lugar en el mes de
Julio, en fecha que se determi-
nar oportunamente-
Formarn parte de esta orga-
nizacin todos los tcnicos qu*
:a Direccin de Salud Pblica
designe y loa Jefes de las ies-
pectivas secciones tcnicas.
Una ves al mee, por lo mecne,
en una fecha que se establecer,
la organizacin se reunir pira
escuchar a los tcnicos del De-
partamento y la discusin y
presentacin de los probleinr
Se instalar el
Martes la Junta
de Censura aqu
El martes prximo a las otes
ce la maana se Instalara la
Junta de Censura recientemen-
te nombrada por el Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia. Dicho a;tj
tie instalacin tendr lugar en
el Despacho del Ministro doctor
Miguel ngel Ordez
El Secretarlo don Arma i do
Moreno O., inform esta maa-
na que ya estn listos los car-
net de Identificacin para los
:.i!embros de la Junta, los que
oebern llevar un retrato tansu-
.o pasaporte al Secretarlo Mo-
reno para la expedicin de eote
El Tribunal de lo Contencio-
so Administrativo, acogi ayer
el desistimiento de la deman-
da que present el doctor Al-
berto Navarro solicitando la nu-
lidad de la resolucin que en
julio de 1990 dict el Consejo
Municipal de Panam en la
cual se declar que el Licen-
ciado ngel Vega Mndez de-
ba continuar al frente de la
Alcalda de la Capital por ha-
ber perdido sus derechos el
titular doctor Alberto Navarro.
Con posterioridad, el propio
Concejo, segn se ha afirmado,
revoc la Resolucin de julio
de 1950 y dispuso que el Dr.
Navarro poda volver a su car-
Por razn de esta ltima re-
solucin el doctor Navarro de-
sisti de su demanda original
y el Tribunal ha declarado que
procede el desistimiento, a pesar
de que dicha demanda estaba
ya a punto de ser fallada, pues
dos de los tres magistrados ha-
ban adoptado el proyecto de
El Licenciado Rlcaurte Rivera
S. salv su voto por considerar
que se trata de asunto que en-
vuelve "el factor Importantsi-
mo del bteres pblico".
Se mantiene en el salvamento
de voto que el desistimiento s-
lo es posible "siempre y cuan-
do que con el desistimiento no
se contraren el orden pblico
' las buenas costumbres, nico
imite para la renuncia de es-
ta clase de derechos. El presen-
te desistimiento si contraria el
orden pblico".
De la Actuacin efectuada pa-
rece desprenderse que a pesar
del desistimiento queda abierto
el campo para que se interpon-
ga nueva demanda sobre el
mismo asunto, siempre que sea
por persona distinta.
-anitarioe del pas. __ ^^ pshaws".
Los Chinos Rojos
fusilaron ms de
400 prisioneros
HONG KONO, Junio 23 (UP)
Los comunistas Chinos anun-
ciaron la ejecucin en masa de
406 personas en Shanghai y Slam
la semana pasada y otros 430
Con las 284 personas fusila-
das en Shanghai hacen que el
total de personas ejecutadas all
desde Marzo ascienda a ms de
"El "Diario de la Liberacin"
dice que las ejecuciones se rea-
lizaron ante "millares de espec-
tadores que aplaudan" entre
suburbios distintos pero que
muchos presenciaron las tres
ejecuciones corriendo de un lu-
gar a otro en bicicletas y "riele-
Roosevelt, antes de morir, acept
haberse equivocado en Yalta
WASHINGTON. Junie tt (UP).El ex-EmbaJador de Estados
Unidos en China. Patrick Hurley, declar que el Presidente Rwe-
velt se di cuenta, soco antes de morir, que se haban cometido
errores en Yalta y envi a Hurley a Mosca para tratar de modi-
ficar el discutido pacte. .,, .
Dije que Roosevelt primero adujo no haber "cedida la inte-
gridad territorial y poltica de China a Rusia al concederle cier-
tos derechos en Puerto Arturo y Dalren. as como en lea ferro-
carriles manchurianos.
Agreg que ms tarde Roosevelt admiti que algunas carac-
tersticas del acuerdo de Ealta justificaban sus temores y le en-
ri a Londres y Mswc para "mejorar aquel acuerdo .
Prestando testimonio ante la Comisin Mixta del Senado que
investiga el releve de MacArthur. Hurley dijo que el Departamen-
to de Estado destruy cualquier posibilidad de xito que hubiera
tenido en su gestin. ...
Dijo que Roosevelt muri mientras l se diriga a Mosc y
Truman le ordeno continuar pero el Departamento de Estado le
cablegrafi que Estados Unidos se haba "comprometido irrevo-
cablemente" a cumplir el acuerda de Yalta.
Hurley, quien pidi una investigacin por. el Congreso de la
conferencia de Yalta, dijo que recibi seguridades de Stalln y
Churchill de que preservaran la integridad territorial y poltica
de China. Dijo que si no hubiera sido por el cable del Departa-
mento de Estado, hubiera tenido xito en su misin.
Antes haba dicho que Roosevelt "no tenia culpa" de la ea-
K" j laclen de Yalta "porque ya estaba muy enfermo". Dijo que
a ka Casa Blanca a pelear con el difunto Presidente sobre
Yalta *ero cuando lo vio "todo el nimo combativo que tenia
Esta es la primera noticia de que Roosevelt hubiera Inten-
tado airona ves anular las concesiones hechas a Rusia para ani-
marla a entrar en la guerra contra el Japn.
La conferencia de Yalta fu en Febrero de 1M5 y Roosevelt
muri el siguiente ll de Abril. El Libro Blanco oficial del De-
partamento de Estado sobre China publicado en 1949 deca que
Hurley fu enviado a Londres v Mosc "a discutir la poltica
norteamericana en China eon los lderes britnicos y soviticos".
No mencionaba los esfuerzos para procurar cambios en el acuer-
do de Yalta.
Panam ser sede
de una reunin de
la Esso Standard
Panam ser la sede de otra
conferencia de la Esso Standard
Oil Co. durante la prxima se-
mana, cuando aproximadamen-
te 30 contables y supervisores
de varias divisiones de la Esso
Standard Oil (Central Ameri-
ca) 8.A., se reunirn aqu el 25
de junio por un periodo de 5
La conferencia tendr lugar
en el ltimo piso del hotel El
Panam, con representacin del
personal de contabilidad de seis
pases, para, darles asi una
oportunidad de cambiar opinio-
nes, coordinar Ideas, resolver
problemas existentes, y tratar
de simplificar los procedimien-
tos de contabilidad. Tambin
asistirn a esta conferencia dos
representantes de la oficina de
la Esso en Nueva York.
El seor I. E. Champsaur,
Contralor de la Esso Standard
Ol (C, A.) 8. A., ofrecer un
cocktail buffet el Jueves 28 de
junio, en los amplios salones
del Club de Oolf en honor de
los delegados
Los visitantes tendrn una
tarde destinada para h a c er
compras y visitar la ciudad,
asi como sus alrededores; esto
es despus que la conferencia;
se clausure el jueves en la tar-
Las Agencias Noticiosas no
podrn transmitir como lo
venan haciendo hasta ahora
Mediante decreto se responsabiliza a las compaas
cablegrficas por los mensajes que sean
enviados hacia el extranjero
BUENOS AIRES, Junio 22 (UP) Las compaas da
comunicaciones que alquilan sus circuiros internacionales
a terceras partes quedaron sujetas a cualquier responsabi-
lidad que se derive de los mensajes y noticias transmitidas
por stas ltimas por esos circuitos, de acuerdo con un
decreto presidencial firmado tambin por el Ministro de
Comunicaciones, Osear Nicolini, y publicado hoy en la
Gaceta Oficial.
La Prensa Unida, Prensa A-
soclada y otras agencias de no-
ticias alquilan a las compa-
as cablegrficas los circuitos
de teletipos de estas ltimas
entre Buenos Aires y Monte-
video asi como espacios de
tiempo a las compaas de ra-
dio para sus transmisiones no-
El circuito de teletipo de la
Prensa Unida entre Buenos Ai-
res y Montevideo- qued Inte-
rrumpido poco despus del me-
dio da de ayer. La compaa
"All America, Cables" inform
posteriormente a la Prensa U-
nlda que- no podra transmitir
directamente desde su oficina
en Buenos Aires a sus clientes
en Montevideo por el cable a-
rrendado a aquella empresa.
El administrador de la "All
America '. Alfred C. Oee dijo
a la Prensa Unida que sta
debia entregar todas sus infor-
maciones directamente a la ofi-
cina de la compaa, la que
las transmitirla al decida a-
eeptar la responsabilidad por
cada despacho.
El circuito de la Prensa Aso-
ciada con Montevideo, alquila-
do a la subsidiarla de la In-
ternational Telepragh and Te-
lephone Companyfcla "Compa-
a Telegrfica y Telefonica del
Plata" trabaj irregularmente
a partir del medio da tambin.
La Prensa Asociada dijo que
la compaa les dio segurida-
des que podr transmitir di-
rectamente desde su oficina
hasta las cinco de la tarde pero
3ue despus de esa hora ten-
r que presentar sus despa-
chos a la oficina de comuni-
caciones de la empresa.
La Agencia Prancesa de no-
ticias, la nica otra agencia
de noticias con circuito de tele-
tipo entre Buenos Airea y Mon-
tevideo, declar que la Compa-
a Telegrfica y Telefnica le
haba informado que el circui-
to sera cerrado entre las cin-
co y seis de la tarde.
El gerente de la Agencia
Francesa manifest que se es-
taba preparando para enviar
sus despachos por telgrafo a
partir de hoy.
En los ltimos veinte das
se han sacrificado en est
ms de seiscientas vacas
Hacen nombramientos
en el Ministerio de
Los siguientes nombramientos
fueron hechos en el Ministerio
de Agricultura y Comercio y
entregados a la prensa esta ma-
Nmbrase a los seores Dul-
cidlo Gonzlez N. y Vicente Pas-
cual como Director y Suplente,
respectivamente para integrar
al Junta Directiva del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial, en
representacin de la Industria.
Nmbrase al seor Corlolano
Guardia, director del Fomento
Agrcola de Herrera y Los San-
tos, en reemplazo del seor Ro-
berto Castrelln, cuyo nombra-
miento se declara Insubsistente.
Nmbrase al seor Augusto
Urriola O., Administrador del
Fomento Agrcola de Herrera y
Los Santos, en reemplazo del
seor Adolfo Quintero ir., cuyo
nombramiento se declara Insub-
Nmbrase en el Fomento A-
gricola de Veraguas, al siguien-
te personal:
Melitn Arrocha, administra-
dor en el Fomento en reempla-
zase a la Pg. . ce!. 7)
Milln y medio de
obreros declaran
la huelga en Roma
ROMA. Junio 22 (UP) Un
minuto despus de media noche
comenz la huelga nacional de
alrededor de milln y medio de
empleados pblicos en protesta
por no haber recibido los au-
mentos solicitados. El Gobier-
no ofreci un aumento de tres
por ciento y los empleados pi-
den el doce.
Los dirigentes sindicales, co-
munista* y anti-comunlstas, que
representan a 1,500.000 emplea-
dos del Estado rechazaron la
oferta por "inadecuada".
Cerca de veinticinco matari-
fe* de las ciudades de Pauum
y Coln han sido citados pra
el prximo martes a las 8 hp lt
maana, al Despacho del b-
o-etarlo de Agricultura don Car-
los J. Quintero, donde se ce-
lebrar una conferencia coa el
objeto de asegurar el cumpli-
miento- de disposiciones legies
sobre el sacrificio de vacas.
Segn explic el Secretario
Quintero a la prensa, existe i&
prctica de sacrificar las vacas
sin llenarse ciertos requisitos de
control pues en el interior de
ia Repblica, por razones co-
merciales y por llenar lo& re-
glamentos sobre el mlnlmun de
peso del ganado, envan al mer-
cado de la capital y Coln para
su sacrificio las vacas que tie-
nen el peso requerido. El Secre-
tarlo Quintero dijo que duran-
te los ltimos veinte das se ha-
ban otorgado permiso para sa-
crificar 661 vacas, fuera de a-
(Pasa a la Par. 6. Col. 4)
Venezuela obsequia
a Coln una estatua
de Simn Bolvar
La Junta Militar de Venezje-
1? ha obsequiado a la Munici-
palidad de Coln una estatua
que tendr cerca de seis meirj
de alto, la cual ser inaugura-
da el-24 de Julio prximo en u-
quella ciudad.
Al acto de inauguracin asis-
tirn el Embajador de Vene-
zuela, 8. E. Enrique Gmez Cas-
tro, El Alcalde de Coln, don
Jos D. Bazn y altos funciona-
rios de la Administracin P-
La inauguracin de la estatua,
ser uno de los puntea del pro-
grama con el cual nuestra Re-
pblica celebrar el natalicio
uel Libertador de Amrica.
Fue absuelto por un Jurado
de Conciencia menor de edad
acusado de matar a su padre
A las tres de la madruga-
da de hoy termin la audien-
cia del menor Jos de la Cruz
Rodriguez, acusado de haber
dado muerte de una pedrada a
su padre Jos del Carmen Ro-
driguez, hecho que ocurri en
Vista Alegre, Distrito de Arral-
jn el dia lo. de enero de
La vista oral fue presidida
por el Magistrado del Segundo
Tribunal Superior de Justicia,
Licenciado Luis A. Carrasco y la
representacin d e 1 Ministerio
Pblico la llev el Fiscal Prime-
ro del Primer Distrito Judicial,
quien pidi la condena del sin-
El veredicto del Jurado de
conciencia, fue absolutorio en
lo que se reitere al homici-
dio, ero consider que Jos de
la Cruz Rodriguez debe res-
ponder por el delito de lesiones.
La defensa corri a carao de
los Licenciados Aniba! Illueca
Slbauste y Rafael Gonzlez.
a u lenes sostuvieron la tesis del
elito oreterintencional. ya que
Jos de la Cruz Rodrguez no
tuvo intencin de causar re
nuerte de su padre.
El doctor Casco Daz, Mdico
rense, citado por la defen-
sa, emiti concepto mdico le-
gal sobre la naturaleza de las
lesiones que presentaba el ca-
dver de Jos del Carmen Ro-
El Departamento de
Cultura organiza
unos conciertos
El Departamento de Cultura
ha iniciado la organizacin de
una serie de conciertos para
conmemorar las fiestas patrias
de los pases gran-colombia-
En asta labor cooperarn de-
cididamente la Banda Republi-
cana y loa coros de los colegios
secundarlos de la capital.
La serle ser Iniciada el pr-
ximo 5. de julio, da nacional de
Para el 20 de julio, dia na-
cional de Colombia, ser el coro
del Liceo de Seoritas, el Con-
junto Vocal que tendr a M
cargo cantar los himnos.


r At. IN A DOS

Mr ti II
Incidentes ocurridos durante esta semana, con
posterioridad a las fechas en que publicamos dos
notas editoriales que llevan este mismo ttulo, de-
muestran que en efecto hay honda preocupacin
en nuestro Continente por la infiltracin de doc-
trinas o de prcticas antidemocrticas: Hace tres
das la Agencia Federal de Investigaciones en Es-
tados Unidos llev a cabo numerosas detenciones
de comunistas o presuntos comunistas, y ayer Galo
Plaza, Presidente del Ecuador, expuso ante el Con-
greso de la gran nacin nortea el grave peligro
que envuelve para el hemisferio la tentativa de
soslayar el problema.
Es evidente, pues, que se hace indispensable,
como lo hemos sostenido anteriormente, que los go-
biernos americanos adopten medidas adecuadas pa-
ra contrarrestar o para prevenir los ataques del
comunismo, bien sea que stos provengan de los
comunistas sinceros o de los demagogos.
Ya se dijo que el Estado est en la obligacin
ineludible de impedir la infiltracin totalitaria que
pueda.llevarse a cabo por medio de la catequiza-
cin, que no siempre se obtiene por medios directos.
Los mtodos indirectos que puedan ponerse en prc-
tica envuelven por lo general mayor peligro poten-
Claro est que debe evitarse a todo trance lle-
gar a los extremos de arrestar, detener o repri-
mir, o siquiera de hostilizar a posibles transgreso-
res. Actos de esta naturaleza pueden llevar con-
sigo el germen de la dictadura. Podra fcilmente
pasarse de la posible tirana de las izquierdas a
la tirana de las derechas. Lo importante es no
permitir por ninguna circunstancia que se llegue
a situaciones de esa ndole.
Junto con la adopcin de medidas precautorias
como las insinuadas, es de imperiosa necesidad que
el Estado se ponga en condiciones de estimular el
desarrollo de actividades que otorguen a todos los
asociados oportunidad para trabajar y para asegu-
rarles los medios econmicos necesarios a "una exis-
tencia decorosa." Se ha afirmado muchas veces que
con el estmago vaco es muy difcil pensar en los
principios democrticos.
Y aun en el caso remoto de que no se quiera
ver tales peligros para la democraciaque debe ser
lo primordialsiempre sera conveniente, desde otro
punto de vista netamente econmico, que se inspire
la mayor confianza entre posibles inversionistas
tanto nacionales. como extranjeros. Sera fcil de-
mostrar que se desea evitar los avances del comu-
nismo si el rgimen democrtico local toma por an-
ticipado o simultneamente las sencillas precau-
ciones que evidente y legalmente estn a su alcance.
Drew Pearson dice: Un mdico del Ejrcito Norte-Ameri-
Amplio plan de ayuda para el cercan
Oriente tienen los Estados Unidos
Por John C. Henry
iRurWad mutua de 1952. para, piolan este programa, general
poner en prctica un plan de | consideran la ayuda" econmica
I ayuda econmica y en arma-. esencial .a la pronta Iniciacin
WASHINGTON, Junio 22. ! mentos para aquella rea, que: de proyectos que se necesitan
rano nrufhn la viruela Coreana detrs de las lneas' 'EPS). Comprendiendo la monta a casi mil millones de con urgencia, con 4a probablli-
cono prucDO lo viruela t-oreana aerras ae ias neo.lndlscutlWe impQrtancla estra- dlares. I dad de que ulteriores desarro-
Cninas; Funcionarios del Gobierno se unen a las gran- tgica del Cercano oriente y
desperaciones, y luego lMKtii/'an^la';eontr.^^reoM, y ^evidencia
el Gobierno; El Senador Longer le grita al Senador ion llevada a cabo por agen-
Kefauvr 'tes sovleticos en los Estados
rabes", la Administracin le
La historial lentes coreanos y sus fami- ha pedido al Congreso autorl-
verdadera nunca ha sido es- lias ejecutaron a 24 de ellos
crita, pero los agentes norte- como represalia.
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lo.Informe de la Junta Directiva y Balance.
2o.Nombramiento de Directores.
Panam, 19 de Junio de 1951.
El Presidente,
americanos estn tomando par-
te en un Juego de "capa y es-
pada" detrs de las lineas ene-
migas en Corea. Ya que algu-
nos han sido capturados y tor-
turados, sus actividades son
bien conocidas de los comu-
nistas, y la historia de su va-
lor puede ser escrita sin peli-
A los agentes norteameri-
canos se les da la dura mi-
sin de entrar en territorio
infestado por el enemigo a
fin de sacar secretos de ste,
sabotear instalaciones claves
o rescatar algn prisionero
norteamericano importante.
Casi siempre estos agentes
son llevados a la costa bajo
el manto de la oscuridad en
un buque patrulla de la Ar-
mada. Se mantienen en con-
tacto con los agentes coreanos
detrs de las lineas y a menu-
do viajan con guias de con-
fianza surcoreanos.
Estos agentes norteameri-.
canos no slo son expertos
espas y saboteadores sino que
estn especialmente entrena-
dos en la lucha cuerpo a cuer-
po. Se les ensea cmo matar
rpida y silenciosamente, y
significan una muerte certe-
ra para cualquier centinela
chino que se cruce en su ca-
mino en una noche oscura.
Una de las ms atrevidas
misiones fue encabezada por el
General Crawford Sams, quien
no es un comando sino un m-
dico del Ejrcito Norteamerica-
no. Haban llegado Informes a-
terradores al Cuartel General
del Ejrcito Norteamericano de
que los soldados chinos esta-
ban muriendo de la "muerte
negra". Esto significaba que las
tropas norteamericanas podan
correr el riesgo de adquirir la
temida peste bubnica, y se
necesitaba que un hombre de
los conocimientos mdicos del
General Sams.se Infiltrara de-
trs de las lineas enemigas y
diagnosticara a uno de los sol-
dados chinos enfermos.
Sams se brind como vo-
luntario para la misin y se
le asign un agente bien en-
trenado, cuyo nombre no
puede ser revelado porque to-
dava est operando detrs de
las lineas enemigas. Los dos
norteamericanos, ac mpaa-
dos por dos guias surcorea-
nos, cambiaron seales con
los agentes coreanos en la
costa, abordaron una balsa de
caucho y so dirigieron en
medio de un mar embraveci-
do hacia la costa norteame-
ricana. Los agentes en la cos-
ta les hicieron seales de ad-
vertencia dos veces, pero fi-
nalmente lograron desembar-
car en un punto ms abajo
en la playa.
El grupo logr evadir fcil-
mente las patrullas de costa,
pero casi inmediatamente se
encontraron con un convoy de
500 camiones chinos. El convoy
fue divisado a su vez por los
aviones norteamericanos de com
bates nocturnos, los cuales co-
menzaron a dejarle caer una
lluvia de proyectiles cohetes
que pusieron a los soldados chi-
nos a correr hacia los mismos
bosques en que se encontraba
el grupo de Sams escondido.
Despus del ataque, sin em-
bargo, los norteamericanos lo-
graron deslizarse hacia una vi-
lla norcoreana que habia sido
convertida en un hospital en
masa. Fue aqu donde se re-
portaron los casos de "muerte
negra". .
Afortunadamente, no fue
necesario que el grupo co-
mando matara a ningn sol-
dado chino enfermo a fin de
permitir que el doctor Sams
tomara muestras de sangre
para determinar si la enfer-
medad era peste bubnica. En
lugar de esto, por medio de
una inspeccin clandestina de
la villa. Sams pudo determi-
nar que la enfermedad era
una forma severa de viruela,
la cual causaba hemorragias
y pon negras a las victimas.
Con esta valiosa informacin,
el grupo se desliz de regre-
so al barco que los esperaba.
Mas tarde recibieron la
brutal noticia de que las nue-
vas sobre la misin se hablan
filtrado a los comunistas,
quienes capturaron a los
zaclon, en el programa de se-
lfy legalizarla que los grandes
I manufactureros absorbieran los
La prxima agencia del Go-1 costos de flete y cobraran pre-
tierno que se meter en agua. clos uniformes por sus produc-
i. i .. ___ .i !- ....^rU Inf filaran oclnc amirltrlno a ion
De este total, cuatrocientos los en el campo econmico exi-
quince millones de dlares se- | giran emprstitos del Banco In-
da asignados en principio pa- ternacional o del Banco de. Ex-
ra ayuda militar a Grecia, Tur- portacin e Importacin,
quia e Irn. Sin embargo, la! El ataque ms concentrado
legislacin del pas, se pueda
destinar hasta un diez por cien-
to de estos fondos militares
para los otros pases del Cer-
encamlnado a resolver el es-
tancamiento en la cuestin ra-
be-israelita, est dirigido contra
el problema de los refugiados
cano Oriente. Una diversin de rabes de la. guerra de Pales-
fondos de esta naturaleza cons-
tituye la primera propuesta que
se hace para ayuda militar di-
recta a aquellos pases, lo que
tina. Casi un milln de rabes
fueron desplazados durante la
guerra entre los Estados ra-
bes e Israel, y el no habar lo-
rK^r^o^^re^s^-s T-.jStZiw si=AsS
Cambios, que regula a Wall to Kefauver como Langer han
Street y las grandes corpora- batallado contra la ley, ya que
clones *1* abrira un hueco fie es-
Esta Comisin es la nica cape en las leyes contra los
agencia que ha dejado de monopolios.
contestar un cuestionario, en-
viado por el alerta Congre-
sista de Pennsylvania Fran-
cis Walter, preguntando los
nombres de los empleados que
Sin embargo, Langer tenia lo
que l creia ser la nica copia
del informe d minora y esta-
ba pensando introducirlo en el
Senado l mismo. Por lo tanto.
haban renunciado a sus pnes- j cuando Kefauver le telefone
toa' en el Gobierno para tra-
bajar con las mismas compa-
as que ellos en un tiem-
po regulaban cuando eran
funcionarlos del Gobierno.
La forma en que algunos fun-
cionarios han usado sus posi-
ciones en el'Gobierno para ha-
cerle favores a compaa pri-
vadas, y luego Ir a trabajar
con las mismas compaas con
sueldos ms altos, se ha con-
vertido ahora en un escndalo
de caracteres nacionales.
La posible razn por la cual
la Comisin de Valorea y
Cambios se mantiene calla-
da es que las respuestas se-
rian bochornosas. Por ejem-
plo, la Comisin tendra que
decir cmo haban rechaza-
do una recomendacin para
disolver la United Corpora-
tion, despus que varios ex-
empleados de esta Comisin
fueron empleados por la Uni-
Organizada por J. P. Mor-
gan, la United Corporation es
una gigantesca compaa tene-
dora de acciones que le da a
los banqueros de Wall Street el
control de varias compaas de
energa elctrica. En 1942 la
Comisin de Valores y cambios
(SEC recomend que se di-
solviera esta corporacin ma-
triz basados en la ley sobre
compaas tenedoras de accio-
nes y ya que esta corporacin
no servia para otra cosa que
para perpetuar el control ban-
Sin embargo, los banqueros
se movieron y emplearon a
varios funcionarios de la
"SEC", incluyendo aquellos
que haban trabajado en la
misma recomendacin para
disolver a la United Corpo-
ration. El primero en acep-
tar el puesto con la United
fue William M. Hickey, quien
haba sido director asistente
de la Divisin de Utilidades
pblicas de la "8EC". De la
noche a la maana, en abril
de 1943, Hickey se convirti
en vice-presidente de la Uni-
ted Corporation.
Le siguieron John J. Burns,
Consejero de la "SEC" en los
primeros das, quien pas a
ser Consejero principal de la
United: E. Carey Kennedy,
analista de la "SEC. se con-
virti en Vlce-Presidente de
la corporacin; y Edward Roll,
quien era un funcionario de
menor Importancia en la
"SEC se convirti en asis-
tente del presidente de la
United. __
Despus de esto, la "SEC
tuvo un extrao cambio de sen-
timiento y no disolvi a la Uni-
ted Corporation. El ao pasa-
do se inici un nuevo proceso,
pero otra vez los banqueros
volvieron a las mismas tcti-
cas, y el Consejero a cargo del
personal legal de la Division
de Utilidades Pblicas de la
SEC", Harry Slater, se con-
virti de la noche a la maana
en Consejero Asistente de la
principal sucursal de la United.
Este chocante caso puede
ser la rasn por la cual la
"SEC" tiene miedo de con-
testar al simple cuestionario
del Congresista Walter.
El ltimo hombre en el pas
de quien se sospechara de
haber robado es el Senador
Kefauver de Tennessee, el
efectivo luchador contra el
crimen. Sin embargo, fue a-
cusado de un robo el otro
da por un colega furioso,
e| Senador Langer de Dakota
del Norte.
Kefauver le telefone ino- j
centemente a Langer y lo in-
vit a firmar un Informe de
minora contra el proyecto de |
ley sobre el punto base. Esta
Invitndolo a unirse a l en la
firma del Informe de minora,
la poderosa voz de Langer ru-
gi por el telfono, alegando
que el Informe de minora era
suyo y acusando que Kefauver
se lo habia robado.
Ms tarde, el mal entendi-
miento fue aclarado. Se des-
cubri que el economista que
prepar el informe haba he-
cho cuatro coplas. Kefauver
obtuvo una copia y le gust
tanto que decidi introducir-
lo, sin saber que Langer te-
na planeado hacer lo mismo
con el informe. Mientras tan-
to, Langer no se dio cuenta
que Kefauver tenia una co-
pia, y crey que Kefauver es-
taba tratando de llevarse todo
el crdito.
El enredo ha sido arreglado
y ambos Senadores han fir-
mado el informe de minora.
tica seguida corrientemente. I tes llegar a una solucin d es
Una suma no especificada, | ta trgica situacin, se ha con-
probablemente cerca de tres-, slderado responsable, ms que
cientos millones de dlares, se ningn oto motivo, de la con-
dispondra para ayuda econ-'
mica a Grecia y Turqua. Se
calcula que otra ayuda econ-
mica a pases de aquella rea!
ascendera a ciento veinticinco:
millones de dlares, de los cua-'
les veinticuatro millones cin-:
cuenta mil dlares seran para:
irn. Tambin, esta es la pri-
mera propuesta para que se le,
conceda a "irn ayuda econ-1
mica directa.
En la distribucin de fondos,
sugerida en relacin con el pro-
grama de ayuda econmica, se
encuentra tambin una poltica i
para abordar el destructivo con-
fllcto rabe-lsraellno. Median- '
te ua cuidadosa divisin, Is-,
rael por si solo y los Estados
rabes en bloque recibiran 23
millones quinientos mil dlares'
cada uno, para proyectos ecc-1
nmlcos. Se hace hincapi aqu
en el desarrollo agrcola, pro-
ponindose una donacin de
diez y siete millones de dla-1
res para Israel con este ob-1
leto y diez millones "cien mili
dlares para los Estadas ara-
bes. ron el mismo objeto. Los,
niemhros del gobierno que aus-
tinua enemistad entfe unos J
otros. Se considera esencial una
solucin del conflicto! si es que
se ha de lograr algn' grado
de estabilidad y de seguridad en
el Cercano Oriente.
Las esperanzas que existan en
el sentido de que se podr
rejoiver el problema de los re-
fugiados, se han Visto alimen-
tadas por recientes indicios de
parte de la Liga rabe, con E-
gipto a la cabeza, de que di-
ohos Estados estn dispuestos
a intentar la redistribucin da
las personas desplazadas, ms
bien que insistir, como se hizo
originalmente, en que se las''
repatriara a las zonas ocupadas
anteriormente por ellas en Pa-;
lestlna. Dicho sea de paso, loa.
refugiados se mencionan como
el "blanco ideal" para las acti-
vidades subversivas bajo la in-
fluencia de los comunistas.
Por este medio se suplica a todos los Interesados
que tengan cuentas pendientes con los Cementerios
Municipales de esta ciudad, se pongan al da en el pago
respectivo de los alquileres do sus fosas, pues nos sera
doloroso efectuar exhumaciones por morosidad en los
pagos de arriendos sindonos forzoso este proceder, debi-
do a la escasez de tumbas Ubres para llevar a cabo otros
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Las enfermedades causan estragos
entre los norcoreanos y los ^hinos
Tmese q' Rusia use a McClean^nte,^^B^s,,S0,da,!0S
* y civiles estn muriendo tras las
y Burgess para su propaganda i^as por falta de mdicos
En Pars se preguntan por qu Pern afirma que el
hay tanta preocupacin en los peronismo regir
Estados Unidos e Inglaterra
por muchos aos
PARIS, Junio (EPS) En los
crculos diplomticos de esta
ciudad las especulaciones en
torno a la desaparicin de los
dos funcionarios britnicos, Do-
nald D. MacLean y Guy F. Bur-
gess, han pasado de los lindes
de su posible paradero.
La pregunta ms discutida por
los diplomticos es: Por qu
estn los gobiernos britnico
y norteamericano tan seriamen-
te preocupados?
Es cierto que la huida de di-
chos funcionarios ha aumenta-
do los temores anglo-norteame-
rlcanos en uanto a la futura
seguridad de los detalles y las
negociaciones relacionadas con
la alianza atlntica; pero tam-
bin es cierto que si MacLean
y Burgess tienen el propsito
de revelarles a los soviticos to-
do lo que saben acerca de la
diplomacia anglo-norteamerica-
na, el resultado seria slo que
Londres y Washington se ve-
ran en una pequea situacin
embarazosa. Todo el mundo
conviene que no existen secre-
tos profundos de naturaleza ni
diplomtica, la revelacin de los
cuales pudiera ser desastrosa
para la causa occidental.
Entonces a qu viene la gran-
dsima preocupacin por los do
hombres desaparecidos? Por qu
se est llevando a cabo el es-
fuerzo sin precedentes para a-
prehenderlos antes de que cru-
cen la Cortina de Hierro, si es
que tienen el propsito de ha-
cer esto? Este es el campo Je
especulaciones a oue se han en-
tregado los circuios diplomti-
cos en esta ciudad.
I (UPi. El Presidente Pern,
Una de las principales teo- en un discurso a los levanta-
ras aducidas al respecto es 1a
El gobierno sovitico, duran-
te muchos aos y mediante el
gasto de enormes cantidades de
dinero y de grandes esfuerzos,
ha mantenido la ficcin de. que
es antiblico, anti-imperlaliita y
amante de la paz. Dicha campa -
dores del censo, predijo que
l u otros peronistas goberna-
rn a Argentina durante mu-
chos aos por venir y acus a
la oposicin de estar tratando
de comenzar una revolucin
la Gran Bretaa tas han interna-
do en Rusia, todo el esfuerzo
a ha tenido xito dentro de < mencionado se ver en grave pe-
Rusia, entre las masas del pue-
blo en el Lejano Oriente y en
la India, y, en menor grado,
Dndole una Interpretacin
extremada a la desaparicin de
en la Europa Occidental y has-1 ios diplomticos, puede que s-
ta lleve en s los grmenes de o-
tra. guerra mundial.
V ea una bebida deliciosa
V no contiene estimulante*
V ayuda a conciliar al aueo
V aa prepara en lia misma taza
V con agua o lecha calienta
Compre POSTUM hay
miimoyprubelo! ,
t de hojas
"Tender Leaf" quiere de-
cir "Hojas Tiernos". A
esta regia seleccin de
hojas se debe la exquisi-
ta supremo da este t,
su concentracin ideal,
ni muy suave ni muy
Junta. Simplemente
Pida en las buenas tien-
De venta an paquetea o
en bolsitat filtrantes.
ta en las Americas. Es un he-
cho Incontrovertible que el
Kremlin ha convencido d tal
modo a los c'udadanos sovi-
ticos de sus intenciones en fa-
vor de la paz, que al presente
no podra lanzarse a una gue-
rra de agresin sin correr el
riesgo de una revolucin inter-
na y sin poner en peligro la
lealtad de los comunistas en
todas partes del mundo.
Por tanto, si el Kremlin tie-
ne planes para una guerra de
agresin en la Europa occiden-
tal, hay que fabricar una cam-
paa para covecer a los co-
munistas de todas partes de
que se trata estrictamente de
una guerra defensiva.
A este respecto, hombres de
la talla de MacLean y Burgess
pueden ser sumamente tiles
al Kremlin. Pueden suminis-
trarte el pilar en torno al cual
hacer girar la campaa de
No importa, mucho lo que
los diplomticos desaparecidos
sepan o nd sepan, ni los docu-
mentos que puedan poseer. Si
los rusos los tienen bajo su
custodia, el Kremlin puede
alegar cualquier cosa y fabri-
car documentos que les conven-
gan a su propaganda.
En pocas palabras, cuando
legue el momento, de preparar
a sus seguidores para una gue-
rra de agresin, el Kremlin po-
dr alegar, por ejemplo, que
MacLean y Burgess revelaron un
complot anglo-norteamericano
para atacar a la Unin Sovitica
en determinada" fecha. En vista
de la inmensa publicidad que
se les ha dado a los dos desa-
parecidos, una alegacin seme-
jante encontrara gran acep-
tacin entre los crdulos sovi-
Esto, segn las especulaciones
de los crculos diplomticos,
constituye el problema cardinal
que entraa la desaparicin de
ambos funcionarios.
La importancia de la desapa-1
rlcin de MacLean y Burgess
queda subrayada por el hecho
de que la consideracin funda-
mental en todo el esfuerzo di-
plomtico occidental, desde los
campos de batalla de Corea
hasta la conferencia de canci-
lleres de Pars, ha sido la de
no proporcionarle a Rusia nin-
guna excusa par que se lance_|
a una tercera guerra mundial.
Para los rones y, vejiga
Tome Ui Pildoras de Becker para tul
doaarrefl** de la uretra. riAonea y vell-
fa. Tmela* eon devocin v constancia.
Cmprela! en u botica. Acurdese del
nombre: Pildoras de Becker para rones
y veilsa.
porque no tienen la menor op-
cin en las prximas elecciones
Pern calific a la oposicin
como "los residuos de esa vie-
ja carroa poltica, agrupados
fus y la fiebre tifoidea estn
resultando fatales para los sol-
dados y civiles en la zona cp-
munista debido a que las au-
toridades norcoreanas ni las de
los comunistas chinos tienen e-
qulpo mdico necesario ni cono-
cimientos para hacerle frente
a estas enfermedades, dijo
Sams a los periodistas en una
conferencia de prensa hoy. Re-
cientemente regres l de una
lira por el Extremo Oriente.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
WASHINGTON, junio 21.
(USI8>. "Centenares de mi-
les" de soldados y civiles de-
trs de las lineas comunistas
en Corea estn muriendo por
falta de atencin mdica, de
acuerdo con lo que informa un
en un mal llamado frente de- mdico militar de Estados Uni-
mocrtico". dos que hizo un atrevido re-
Dijo que la posicin inclua
a "radicales amargados; socia-
listas olvidados por el pueblo;
comunistas que quieren provo-
car desrdenes sin que nadie
les haga caso; conservadores
que estn desesperados porque
no pueden vivir sin las malver-
saciones; demcratas que no
son demcratas porque sus'
ideas son totalitarias, y progre-
sistas que no son progresistas
poraue cada dia son menos''.
"Nosotros solo estamos inte-
resados en la felicidad del pue-
blo y la grandeza de la nacin.
Bien lo consigamos nosotros o
ellos, es lo mismo para tin pe-
ronista. Lo que nosotros no que-
remos es darle las riendas de
la nacin a esas bandas de
rapaces que quieren provocar
desrdenes, y hacer una revo-
lucin porque ven que no tie-
nen ninguna esperanza en las
elecciones. Si ellos fueran ms, i
podran batirnos en las eleccio-
nes. Lo que quieren es pelear
en las calles. Si ellos quieren
pelear con nosotros, seremos |
muy pacientes; pero el da que.
nos decidamos a pelear con
ellos, sabrn quines somos".
corrido por esos sectores.
El Brigadier General Carw-
uno de estos
encantadores estilos
para comenzar su JUEGO de
Aprecie la exquisita bellea del
diseo, rl ene con que eatin labra-
da! las pirras de plata marir.a
Gorham Sterling.Ir completando
rpidamrnte el jueio que elija con
regalo! que le hagan de pieai del
miiitiu diseo.
Este bello platillo par rrrir indi-
>idualmente algn entrrmi viene
con cuchillo pira queso o jalea
l.irn con Irnedorrito para picar
los tronos de mantequilla o las
aceitunil. In regalo de mucho
gustoo digno de adquirirlo para
el romrdor de an cata.
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calidad y en atractivos colores. Un cepillo as se vendera en
Panam por unos 35 centavos; sin embargo, para usted es un: *. I
S seor: un regalo de la Crsma Dental Kolynos para ayudarlo
a combatir las caries dentales. Cepllese los dientes despus
de cada comida con Kolynos. usando este cepillo Kolynos, que
es un REGALO! Como conseguirlo? Facilsimamente! Vaya
en persona a cualquiera de las oficinas de C. O. Mason, S. A.
que figuran ms abajoy pida el cepillo que ms le guste.
Se lo entregarn gratis a cambio de:
De* ;aa* vacias de KOLYNOS, .amafio grand, a,
O Tras caja vacia* de KOLYNOS, tamao mediano, e,
B Sai* cajo* vacas da KOLYNOS, tamao paqueAo.
Si usted lo prefiere, recibir su cepillo de dientes Kolynos a
cambio de:
O Una caja vacia 4 KOLYNOS, famao grand y 5 eanfavo, o;
a Una caja vacia d KOLYNOS, tamao mediano y 10 centavos, o,
a Una caja vacia de KOLYNOS, tamao pequeo y 15 centavo. ,
COMO USTED VI ES UN REGALOI 1 Aproveche esta gran
oportunidad hoy mismo, pues la cantidad de cepillos es limitada!
C. O. Moion S. A.
Calle afit
Panam. R.
C O. Meien S.
David, t. P.
C. O. Masen S. A.
14-109 Ave. M
Caln, R. P.

cJLa o
;Un tervicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C Amrica Panam
Minerales: composicin mineral
del cuerpo humano

" Si una persona pesa 125 libras, |
lauoiamauamente "la libras ce
!u peso ser de sales minerales,
odas estas sales son importan-
ces para a construccin y iu:i
."cionamiento de las clulas, en-
co.itranuote tambin en los j.in-
tdos del organismo manteniendo
la presin osmtica en el plasma
'tan recesarla a la vida.
', Las sales minerales mas co-
nocldas que se encuentran en el
organismo humano son las de
calcio, fsforo, potasio, azufre,
cloro, sodio, magnesio, hierro,
vckiO, c:;istkndo ademas en can-
tidades inestimables, manganeso,
cobre, cobalto, flor y otros.
Los minerales originalmente
tienen del suelo, en forma de sus
tela* inorgnicas v son toma-
dos por las raices de las plan-
tas formando asi despus parte
del protoplasma de la planta;
los animales se alimentan de c-
sas plantas ingiriendo los mine-
rales, para luego utilizarlos en
sus propios organismos. Despus
el hombre utiliza los elementos
encontrados en sus alimentos
vegetales y animales. Por consi-
guiente hay una relacin directa
entre la fertilidad del suelo y la
salud de la poblacin. La erosion
del suelo ha removido tales can-
tidades de los minerales ittau -e
encuentran en la capa superfi-
cial del suelo que ha venido a
constituir un problema en mu-
chos pases del mundo.
En los alimentos naturales .os
.minerales estn presentes bajo
diferentes formas, pero los ya
refinados tales como asacares
refinadas, grasas, aceites y ha-
rinas casi no los contienen. El
contenido mineral de estos ali-
mentos se determina quemando
la parte orgnica del alimento
i ma cantidad de alimento co-
nocida): pesando las cenizas res
ifintes; luego de esta ceniza se
analizar cada mineral lndMJua!
El cuerpo humano no necesita
grandes cantidades de minera-
les pero si los necesita dia a dia
en forma continua ya que el or-
ganismo no los almacena sino
los excreta. Un hombre bajo
condiciones promedias de dieta,
actividad y salud, usualmente
excreta diariamente de 20 a 30
gramos de sales mineales.

Hacen los preparativos para
I Certamen de la Mejorana
Por Manuel F. Zarate
Con motivo de las tiestas pa-
tronales, se han celebrado en
Guarar, en el mes de Septiem-
bre, los dos ltimos aos, lo que
puede llamarse un Certamen
Nacional de la Mejorana. Han
concurrido a esas exhibiciones,
en gran nmero, los ms deste-
tado virtuosos del Instrumento,
del baile y del canto de la Me-
jorana, especialmente los culti-
vadores del gnero de las Pro-
vincias Centrales. El derroche
de poesa, de msica, de ritmos.
terprovinclal y de cultura, r.ue
All han tenido lugar, 'nan s.Jo
Imotivo para que la prensa na-
cional, los Departamentos de
Turismo y de Cultura del Go-
bierno, asi como los numerles
visitantes que han Ido de la cu-
pltal y de la Zona del Canal, es
hayan prodigado el ms ciluo
.e.oglo Ocioso sera Insistir er.
>1* exaltacin y en el apltuoo
hue esos espectculos han aw-
fcido. Lo que Importa, y lo que
t k; panameo amante de lo os-
lo y de lo nuestro se pregunta
,et>. si van esos certmenes a te-
ner continuidad. Como inicia-
dor de la Idea, como organiza-
dor de los dos ltimos festiva-
les, y porque as me lo han S'ill-
jeitado muchas personas, me per
;..ito exponer, desde ahora, al-
gunas consideraciones al *
El Certamen de la Mejorare
debe tener, sin lugar a duela,
continuidad. Los Guarareo. lo
Iniciamos y en su celebracin
"hemos logrado xito por dos a-
fios; pero no reclamamos el prl-
*vileegio de que sea Guarare ia
.nica sede. Convendra sin du-
da que otros pueblos ofreclean
su celebracin.
' i organizacin y realizacicn
del festival exige gran esfuerzo
> grueso gasto. Hasta ahora ha
sido posible hacerle frente, pe
?1 aporte de energa de los t'-ia-
rareos todos y por *el auxi.lo
ael Departamento de Turismo y
del Departamento de Cultura,
tln estos tres factores, el espec-
tculo es Irrealizable. Sobra de-
cir que el entusiasmo guaraic-
o est a la orden para ftitc
ao, pero que sin el auxilio iiun
co y pronto de los rganos ofi-
ciales mencionados nada podr,
hacerse. Como ha podido ve.::e,
ningn otro pueblo Interiorano,
:ia asumido en dos aos la io-
ponsabilldad de la celebracin,
ni an aquellos con ms pobla-
cin y recursos que Guarare; y
como Guarar est dispuesto a
emprenderlo por tercera vez, es
del caso que los organismos (,u
en aos pasados cooperaron, se
cpresten nuevamente a ofrecer
su valiosa ayuda.
La Asociacin de Peritos A-
g.opecuarios, siente gran satls-
laccln al comprobar que tanto
ei seor Ministro de Agricultu-
ra, como el Secretarlo actilfti,
estn demostrando gran Inte-
rs por resolver el problema del
desempleo que desde hace tan-
u. tiempo viene afectando a ios
miembros de esta Asociacin.
Una prueba evidente de ello
es la estabilidad 'nasta el n.o-
mento concedida a los Peritos
Agropecuarios que trabajan en
los diferentes Fomentos. Asi co-
mo tambin la manifiesta opi-
nin del actual Ministro de A-
gilcultura, de crear en su mi-
nisterio un escalafn. Nosotros
estimamos que de realizarse tan
plausible idea, pronto todo.-, I03
Peritos tendrn oportunidad de
poner en practica sus conoci-
mientos agrcolas. Hace pocos
das el seor Secretario de A-
gricultura, durante una visita
que hizo al Instituto Nacional
de Agricultura, fu Invitado c
una reunin de la Asociacin
de Peritos Agropecuarios, y l
con la caballerosidad que lo c-
i eteriza asisti en compaa
ael Jefe del Departamento df
Agricultura Ingeniero Portillo
Omez. All se le expusieron en
un ambiente de ntima cama-
radera los problemas y aspira-
ciones de esta Asociacin, ei.tre
los cuales se destacaban una
peticin sobre la estabilidad P'O
fesional del Perito y el nombi-
mlento de los mismos para el
cargo de Maestros e Instructo-
Se fund una biblioteca pblica
en la poblacin de Star Isabel
Por gestiones del seor" Lu
A. Apestegui, del Comit rio-
Biblioteca de dicho lugar y J
la Sociedad "Progreso Isaoe 1-
no", la poblacin de Santa 1-
sabel del Distrito de Palenaue
en la Provincia de Coln, con-
tar con una Biblioteca Pbli-
ca Que impulsar la cultura Uc
cieno lugar. Esta Biblioteca Pbl
clonar como sucursal de la Bi-
blioteca "Mateo Iturralde' do
Coln qce forma parte del Sis-
tema de Bibliotecas Regionales
controladas por la Biblioteca
Nacional. Ha recibido por parte
de esta ltima una donacin de
litros, foiletos, re.islas y to&o
el material necesario para vae
comience a funcionar cientfi-
Los miembros del Comit Pro
Biblioteca que trabajan en &n-
ta Isabel en esta labor de dllu-*
sln cultural son la Sra. Nico-
asa de Garibaldi, Mximo Ka-
mos, Emperatriz Solis, Jos C.
Apestegui, Cenovla Cainarg\
Francisco Amaya, Pablo Mor-
gan. Lula A. Apestegui quien se
ha comprometido altrulstamen-
te a dirigir dicha Institucin.
Panam, 22 de Junio de 1951
es Agrcolas. A la primera res-
pondi el Ing. Gmez, haciendo
ina brillante exposicin score
Ja importantsima participacin
del Perito Agropecuario en el
extenso programa agrcola <,ue
se desarrollara al entrar en vi-
dencia el tratado del punto cua-
tro- Luego el seor Secretario
manifest que se hallaba muy
complacido al contemplar ifs
.'anas y Justas aspiraciones qut
;;nlman a esta Asociacin, y tio-
clar de manera enftica que
baria lo humanamente posible
por resolver favorablemente e-
sos justificados anhelos. Ade-
ms demostr especial empeo
en el nombramiento de Peritos
Agropecuarios como Maestro.! e
Instructores Agrcolas en las di-
ferentes escuelas del pas, y*
r.ue segn su concepto los ms
llamados a ocupar estos cargos
ton los Peritos, debido a Que
llenen suficiente base terica >
prctica para desempearse su-
Nosotros confiamos en que lo
resultados de estas gestiones ua
se harn esperar y sugerimos ai
seor Ministro de Agricultura
que se labore un programa de
enseanza agrcola y se presen-
te al Ministerio de Educacin
para que ste lo estudie y a-
pruebe si as lo tiene a bien.
Esperamos que el seor Minis-
tro en compaa de sus inme-
diatos colaboradores siga anc-
lante en sus laudables propjtl-
tos que a no dudarlo contrlsui-
rn al resurgimiento econmico
de nuestra patria, pues es sali-
do que las bases de nuestra iu-
tura Independencia econmica
descansa en ese Ministerio.
Jos Anel Guevara
Secretarlo de Actas y Corres-
pondencia Asociacin de Peni.cs
Quieren escuela en
casero Los Leones
RIO DE JESS, Junio 22 (Co-
rresponsal i Para conocimien-
to del Ministro de Educacin,
me hago vocero del querer de
los padre de familia del case-
ro de Los Leones de esta Juris-
diccin, quienes claman poi la
apertura de una escuela a tr.
de que sus hijos no se levante-i
en la completa Ignorancia.
He sabido que desde hace ms
;ie un ao. reposa en el Minis-
terio el censo de rigor de la co-
munidad a que me refiero, mien
tras que las esperanzas de l"s
padres se ven casi perdidas.
Tambin es cierto que el lns-
oector provincial de esta zor.^
ha solicitado la apertura de la
referida escuela sin tener xi-
^o alguno. Esperamos que el te-
or Ministro trate de localizar
el censo en referencia y que
Irate en la medida de sus posi-
bilidades por ayudar a esta or
.nulidad que solicita escuela
por el futuro de sus hijos y a-
lustndose a nuestra ley viden-
te oue textualmente dice "don-
ue haya una poblacin escolur
de 25 unidades el gobierno tie-
ne la obligacin de abrir una
escuela' seor Ministro hay que
ccmbatlr al analfabetismo ti'ie
en Veraguas es alarmante.
A- PALMASliiumo 0*iMrra* l>
IL EAL*r OkftHa Oratrvru
HOqUETE Enrico
1.AS LAJA*--Aim Sagrara
OOI.EfiA AlJtnnd 8r*ra
CEBRO DE PONT*B-trli Mini**
(AN PELII Draittrl* !r
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BOQUERNAnteojo to*
rOf.BKM! Saataiaarte it-
SAN ANDIIS-riultlM Mln*
L i l | 4 6 6 7 '1 1 9 10 ir
12 13 14
15 16 ^ 17 18
19 1
21 2E 25 24 25 26
27 SI 30 32 28 38~ 39 29 33 34 30 35
41 42 43 44 J.
45 46 47
46 49 so 51 52
53 a 55 1 r
57 h I-
4Resma tropical.
12Ave domstica,
13Drama musical.
14Del verbo asar. .
15Hierba medicinal antillana.
17Relativo a 1 epopeya, Pl.
19Terminacin de diminutivo.
21Natural de Canean.
27Bisonte de Europa.
28El primer hombre.
30Asi le dicen a los Eulallos.
32Adverbio de modo.
33Unin Autntica Oriental,
35Teatro Nacional, Inic.
36Semilla aromtica.
38Del verbo llar.
40Adverbio de cantidad.
43De ozonar.
45Secan al viento.
47Tratamiento espaol.
48Bajos al Norte de Cuba.
50Silbato de mquinas.
58Bebida alcohlica.
57Articulo, Pl-.
58Ordinal de seis.
3Nombre de varn.
4Smbolos de nobleza.
5Volcn de Filipinas, Inv.
8Letra castellana.
7Medida de superficie.
8Para describir.
9Nuez americana.
11Gorra militar.
18 Deidad pagana.
20Del verbo roer.
21Lechos de recin nacidos.
22En las playas.
26Tonta, argentinismo.
29Fruto del nogal.
32Cocinara en seco.
34Que no causa dolor.
37dolos griegos o rusos.
39Elemento electroltico.
40Forma o estilo.
44Apcope de Norte.
46Lo que respiramos.
48Planta hortense.
50Afeccin de la garganta,
52Nombre de mujer.
56Nueve, en nmeros roma-
SOCLUON Oil fill*
H-JH l'l* .1HFHPMH
ut ninran raran
MHa HPIB airin
ruinia annnrnnn
inn Fim
anaraana nnnran
aiatii fian anam
Filara iinranni irm
ninanaFi namnan
HiiiPiPi aranmni
lmann ar.iwpi'1'.i
Conviene, y es el vehemente
aeseo de los Iniciadores, que el
certamen cobre cada ao til
amplitud, ms profundldao y
transcendencia Hay en ello en-
vuelto parte del espritu nacio-
nal, demostraciones de las fa-
cultades creadoras del puelo,
elementos raizales de 1* nacio-
nalidad y de las fuentes de la
cultura autctona. Por eso de-
bera verse el suceso con preo-
cupacin de Investigadores, de
exploradores del alma paname-
a, de educadores, de defence-
tes del carcter propio, en fin
con celo de gestes cultas y pa-
Sea esto, pues, ana plrmera
llamada para que todos contri-
buyamos este ao al magno Cer
lamen Nacional de la Mejorana,
que es una fiesta del espritu y
de la ms limpia tradicin pa-
- .
Central 81 s es un verdadero Control de Precios
HOY a 30c
ARROZ blanquito a 13c
CEBOLLA.........a 8c
GANCHOS para Ropa
de Baby...........15c
J U G O S de coctel
de frutas a 12V2c
finos 15c
SOPAS EN LATA de mm y "'
antes 19c ahora 15<
Bello surtido de
Alcancas Plsticas
PAALES finos 27 x 27
hoy a 125
Toallas...........a 25*
Limpiones Cannon a 13c
Bandejas grandes a 1*00
Otros 1.9S Nosotros 1.49
Lquido Blanco para limpiar
zapatos Shu Milk' a k
Cucharitas y Tenedores
de Cocina.:....a 5*
Hoy: AVENA 3 Minutos
a 24* lata
Ahora y siempre en el 81 todo es ms barato

Informes para e#f j seccin te reciben en la
Telfono S-S1M HORAS: 8:M a !: A.m.
Apartado 111
(Bodas lilassot (Hernndez
(amida en la
Enbajada del Per
8. E. el Embajador del Per
y Decano del Honorable Cuerpo
Diplomtico, seor Emilio Ortlz
de Zevallos .y seora doa Mary
T. de Ortlz de Zevallos, ofrecie-
ron una comida en su residen-
cia, en honor de doa Luisa A.
de Velarde, quien procedente de
une. .re encuentra pasando una
temporada en Panama.
QUINCE AOS... Diego Domnguez C
Doctor en Filosofa
Comida en el Club Unin
1 doctor Octavio Mndez Pe-
relra y seora Luz O. de Mn-
dez, ofrecieron el mircoles una
comida en el Club Unin, para
agasajar a la seorita Marv C.
Cavanaugh. quien se encuentra
en nuestra capital, de paso para
Juefo de oartas y t
La seora Lia 8. de Estrlpeaut
ofreci ayer un juego de cartas
y t en el Club de Golf, al cual
fue invitado un grupo de sua a-
Graduada en EE.UU.
Lleca hoy a la feliz edad de
los quince aos, la encanta-
dora seorita Adelaida Ma-
ria Mirones V., cuya fotogra-
fa engalana nuestras co-
lumnas. En este da de rego-
cijo para el hogar de los es-
posos Mlrones-Villarreal, ha-
cemos llegar hasta ella y
a sus afectuosos padres el
mensaje de nuestras congra-
Hoy viernes 22 de Junio a las 6 de la tarde en el Santuario
Nacional del Corazn de Mara, contraern matrimonio dos dis-
tinguidos jvenes: el Dr. Joan Jos Massot, hijo del Dr. Trinidad
Massot Palmes, y doa Dolores Pellis de Massot, y la Srta. Car-
men Cristina Hernndez, hija de don Julio Hernndez y doa
Rosa de Hernndez.
La novia ser llevada al altar por su seor padre, luciendo
una preclesa creacin de doa Hilda de Page en satn rosa hielo
y encaje.
Apadrinarn la ceremonia, adems de los padres de la novia,
don Aurelio Vil y Sra. Teresa de Vil, el Dr. Esteban Izern v
Sra. Eugenia de Izern, don Juan Pascual, doa Diana de Pascual,
don Jaime Casanovas y Sra. Trinidad de Casanovas. don Gusta-
vo Trluk y Sra. Carmen de Trius. don Jos Menndez y Sra. doa
Rosa de Menndez, y don Julio Hernndez Jr. y Sra. Claudia de
El cortejo nupcial ser compuesto de la Dama de Honor Pat
Kenealy, la seguirn las seoritas Mary Rldge, Doria Crdenas
y Mara Consuelo Hernndez, quienes lucirn vestidos de organza
celeste en distintos tonos, y elegantes sombreros de alas anchas;
llevarn ramos de claveles rosados. Escoltarn a las Damas los
siguientes caballeros: Dr. Osvaldo Velasquez, Dr. Jorge Garca, Dr.
Carlos Pedrescbl y el Dr. Juan Luis Correa. Las preciosas umi-
tas Teresita Vil y Marisel Pascual sern las coleras: Maris Eu-
genia r Teresita Izern regarn flores al paso del cortejo, lucien-
do todas vaporosos vestidos blancos. Portar las tradicionales
arras el nio Ferrn Koquer y el nio Miguel Hernndez porta-
r los anillos.
Amenizar la ceremonia el Reverendo Padre Florentino Idea-
te S.J. Durante la ceremonia religiosa el Sr. Emilio Cadet can-
tar el Ave Mara acompaado al rgano por la Srta. Olga Moya.
La Iglesia lucir sus mejores galas para solemnizar la boda
de tan distinguida pareja, por la cual hacemos los votos ms
sinceros para que la dicha los acompae siempre.
Despus de la ceremonia religiosa los padres de la novia re-
cibirn a sus invitados en su nueva residencia en El Cangrejo.
El cake de novia es confeccin del comit de cocina del Club
Interamericano de Mujeres, bajo la hbil direccin de las seo-
ras Rosa de Chiari y Carmen de la Lastra.
Los recin casados seguirn en viaje de luna de miel a Santa
Del Club Interamericano
< ~ Mujeres
El Club Interamericano de
Mujeres de Panam ofrecer el
prximo lunes, a las 4:30, en el
hotel "El Panam", un t en
honor de la seora Ester Nelra
de Calvo, socla fundadora del
club y Secretarla Ejecutiva de
la Comisin Interamerlcana de
Mujeres, con sede en Washing-
ton. Las soclas debern hacer
sus reservaciones llamando a las
oficinas del Club o a la seora
Elisa E. de Heurtematte, telfo-
no 3-0560.
, Noche Estudiantil
en "El Panam"
! Para agasajar a los estudian-
tes que se encuentran en nues-
tra capital disfrutando de sus
vacaciones, el hotel "El Panam"
tendr esta noche, de 8 p. m. a
12 p. m.. una Noche Estudiantil
Cumpleaos de hoy:
Nia Anamae Motta Alvarado
Nia Annabella Vallanno A-
Seorita Carmen Cecilia Lee
Seorita Elsa Glorela Olmos.
Cumpleaos de maana:
Seora Emita E. de Arendale.
Seor Juan Garca de Paredes
Seor Abelardo de la Lastra
Nias Berta y Flora Chiari
Nia Ceci Watson Espener.
Nio Jaime Garca de Paredes
De la Mesa Redonda
La directiva de la Mesa Re-
donda Panamericana cita por
este medio a todas sus soclas pa-
ra una reunin que tendr lugar
maana sbado, a las 3.30 p. m..
en el edificio del Paraninfo de
la Universidad, con el objeto de
acordar una agasajo para las
seorita Anita Flgueroa, Presi-
denta de la VII Asamblea de la
Comisin Interamerlcana de
Mujeres reunida recientemente
en Chile. | Presidenta de la I
delegacin de Chile, y de la se- ;
ora Amella de Castillo Ledii.
Presidenta de la Comisin In-
teramerlcana de Mujeres, quie-
nes llegarn prximamente a
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos atentamente al En-
cargado de Negocios de la Em-
balada de los Estados Unidos,
seor Murray M. Wise, quien re-
gres anoche de Washington por
la va area.
Con la nota sobresaliente y
las felicitaciones del Tribunal
ante el cual expuso y defendi
su tesis de grado, acaba de ob-
tener su titulo de Doctor el
Erofesor Diego Domnguer Ca-
allero, profesor de Filosofa de
nuestra Universidad en la Fa-
cultad de Filosofm de la Uni-
versidad Central de Madrid.
Ha seguido curso especiali-
zado de Metafsica con Xavier
ZublrL El doctor Domnguez
Caballero fue el delegado de
nuestra universidad al Congre-
so Internacional de Universida-
des que tuvo lugar en Niza en
diciembre del ao pasado.
Srta. Rosita A. 8agel P.
Presentamos en nuestras co-
lumnas a la culta seorita Ro-
sita A. Sagel Palma, quien en
el vapor "Panam" lleg de
los Estados Unidos, donde en
el Colegio de Villa Maria, Erie,
Pennsilvanla. recibi su ttulo
de Bachiller en Ciencias, en
Comercio y Administracin.
Es hija la seorita Sagel, de
don Demetrio Sagel y doa Las-
tenia Palma de Sagel, en la
Provincia de Chiriqui.
Felicitamos a la aprovechada
Rosita y a sus queridos padres
y hacemos votos porque siga
triunfando en el futuro.
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas cor previa cita solamente.
Via Espaa No. I Telfono 3-1073
Para [Regatos
Ai Tivoli No. 16
liftaatlaa con ! remedio ctas-ro, rtV.il j
barato! Ud cuarto litro d# agu, un cu-
charada da glicarlna, I cucharada.. d Hat
Rum (o Ba Compuesto dt Barbo. Compra atoa la
iraditataa an la botica, aniclaioa a mi
botalla y aialaa par* tcfilr toa cania a*.
(n las Indicacin la * dal Coaa-
puaato da Barbo.
Papel Areo
Servicio de Lewis
Avenida Tvoli No. 4
frente al
Correo de Ancn
avisoLicr/c :npublica
En la licitacin p-ia el suministro de tiles de es-
ritjrio y de seo para uso de las Escuela Primarias y
Secundar!?*, rue tendr lujar el 5 de Julio prximo, se
han hecho fes siguientes alteraciones.
Rengln No. 8150 rollos papel manila de 36 pul-
gadas, de 60 libras.
Rengln No. IS1,060 (mil) frascos de 4 onzas de
goma en pasta o semiliquida.
Rengln No. 2320 rollos de papel manila de 36
pulgadas, de 60 libras.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro.
Para los Estados Unidos
Muy feliz viaje le deseamos
al seor Jack Scribner y seora
Jackellne de Scribner. Quienes
embarcaron hoy rumbo a Nue-
va York.
Aniversario de matrimonia
Saludamos cordlalraente al
seor Manuel R. Arlas y seora
Elvirlta. V. de Arlas, quienes
cumplen hoy aos de casados.
Celebran hoy el quinto ani-
versario de su matrimonio el se-
or Elov Alfaro v seora Edna
A. de Alfaro. Los felicitamos.
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Kenneth Leigh Oood-
mlller y seora Ana Josefa Jan
de Goodmlller. por el feliz na-
cimiento de su primognito, o-
currldo en el Hospital de Fort
Anotamos complacidos la me-
loria del doctor Horacio Cont
Mendoza. oi*ln e*ndon la
Clnica san Fernando.
ros das recluido en su resl-
encue. :.-:, V.
nesto Cucaln Uribe. Nos alegra-
Maana lleca a esta ciu.lad
procedente de los Estados Uni-
dos la culta y espiritas! seori-
ta Mara Luisa Grimaldo, hija
de nuestro amigo don Luis A'
(rimaldo Perrlpied.
La Srta. Grimaldo se gradu
en High Scool de Los Angeles,
Jorge A. Estenoz y Familia
Isabel B. vda. de Esienoz
agradecen las atenciones recibidas
con motivo de su reciente duelo.
Panam, Junio 22 da 1951.
Emilio Palomeras
Presentamos nuestras felicita-
ciones al joven Rodrigo Lpez
Fbrega, estudiante de Arqui-
tectura Industrial de la Univer-
sidad de Southern California,
quien ha sido el primer latino-
americano elegido Presidente de
la Fraternidad Alpha Ro Chi,
puesto que desempear el pr-
ximo ao escolar.
El seor Lopes Fibrega fu
el Social Chairman de esa fra-
ternidad el ltimo ao escolar.

de Barcelona, Espaa,
acabamos de recibir,
en sus grandes creaciones,
^T *P&z /epodo- i oui
t i&t&Wi, imc/u &ditkt ala/
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Y 2-1833
Suaves como
jna caricia
Lunes > Sibodo
desde loi 7, p. m.
(Comidos desde S.2.75.J
Bebidas eon Hones Nacionales MA.3b
Domingos desde los 6 p. m.
ia.3.00 por person. NinO
menores d 12 anos mitad de precio)
Jeffrey Carlton, vocalist
HOSA N COCKTAIL: $ p. m. . 7 p. m.
.../llru Hioi ofricimo (mi
Bm ltima i noi'tdadf.i i

para NIAS
/ J ^^ i Precioso surtido de ropa
para toda ocasin . .
en diferentes tamaos.
Un surtida completo
en ropita de toda clase
y en accesorias.
...lo i,iir h
para su NIO

Ropa para vestir . .
3 para el eelegio.
El Almacn de loe Nios n para lo Nvrto.
Abierto de I a.m. i 1! m. de 2 p.m. a S p.m.

Que la ruta al Departamento dt los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo poi
72 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
Ave. 1 n "ll No. 4
Ttl. 2-2291
Parqur di l.wrp
A\c. 4 de Julia
TeL -M41
Av. Mclndrt lt.5
i n Z55Coln.
Cali* 12 Ot.lt No. H.
Calle "H" No. 57 Panam
Ave. Central 12-170Colon.
Minus Races
II VENDEN:Ca rat. rutena nafta. CA. OE
cara acanalado. Fin-Te Icjrlon
aislador para cieloi raiei) rrode-
I ra, livaminoi cxcmsdoi. ere. j
lot racioi mil ba|o> an plan.
, lit fondo a Juan Franco. Tal.
3-1303. _______________I
IE VENDE: Bicicletas nuevas. B.
25.00. Compro Venra Casino, Ave. |
Centro! 23S. Tel. 3-1524.
LEFEVRE Tal. 2-4332
Pajo inicial mnimo i. 100.00
Mensuol B. I 5.00
txtes con Calles y Acueductov de
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 al mc.ro
Al^jilamos equipo pesodo peo
movimiento de tierra.
Alquiladnos lotes o largos plazos.
Club da Iotas. B.3.C0 y B.i 00
E VENDE: Cachoiros finos, cinco
semanas. Fami'io Vilar Calle 9a.
Imol Parque Lefevre. Borrioda Pa-
nam Amrica.
.SE VENDE:Lotes paro residencias.
En Bella Vista y Altos del Golf.
Informes Cirios Sibauste. Telfono
vicio, mejor precio.
SE VENDE: Buick Special 1941.
Buenas condiciones. Acptase abo-
no inicial por B.200.00. Verlo:
Calle 44 E No. 30. Tel. 3-2969.
SE VENDE:Gran oportunidad, no
la pierdo. Chrysler Sedan de cua-
tro puertas, modelo 1947 con de-
rechos pogos, en perfectos condi-
ciones mecnicas. Smoot y Pare-
des S. A.
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos an
San Feo. de la Caleta. Informes:
Estacin Gasolina San Jos, Via
Espaa No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento una re-
cmara. Muy fresco. Colle 52 No.
18. Informes Apto. No. 8.
SE VENDE: De Ganga! Mquina
"Underwood" tamao oficina en
B.20.00. Avenido B 73.
SE VENDE: Radiador nuevo pora
truck Chevrolet de dos toneladas.
Precio cmodo. Llame Tel. 3-
No necesita ser calvo, 10 cado del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye lo caspa,
Quinar hoce crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todos los buenos
ESPECIALIDADES: Para fieslY toda
clase dulces, bocodillos. cakes, etc.
estilo europeo. Pollok, Tel. 3-
E VENDE :-Refresqueria del Tea-
tro Tropical. Gron oportunidod.
Facilidades de pago. Pida infor-
mes en el Restaurante del Hotel
SE VENDE: Borato! Terreno da I.
I 500 metros en Carrasquilla, ol
i costodc escuelo Puerto Rico.. Ave-
nida B 73.
SE VENDE:Lote esquina residenciol
Avenida 2a. y calle 1 I Paitillo. 887
M2. Facilidades pago y construc-
Vio Espaa No. 31 Tel. 3-4512
SE COMPRACOPRA de produccin
nacional exclusivamente en cual-
quier contidod de B.200.00 lo ro-
ndada de 2.0 libras eras. Pen
limpio y seco, puesra y pesado en
nuestro planta de la ciudad de Pa-
TE, S.A. Aporrado 1910 Panom,
Tel. 3-1371.
I Mndez y Zuhieta ofrece en venta
occiones Abottoir y ferveceria.
SE VENDE:Mquina de cortar tubo
y hacer roscas morca Toledo, te-
rrajas y herromientos plomera. Es-
tantes mostrodores, escritorios, ar-
chivador, mquina sumar, maquino
de escribir y dems enseres ofici-
na. Tambin truck Ford 3-4 tone-
lado. 1947. Concurra Plomera
Nacional o llame telfonos 3-0291
o 3-0338.
SE VENDE:Saln de Billares "Lo
Herrodura'' por no poderlo ofen-
der. Dirjase Ave. B 68. Saln de
Billares la Trinchera.
rretido! de primera calidad o
B.0.16 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudod
de Ponam. Se advierte que se re-
chazar rodo sebo de procedencia
extranjera o todo sebo nacional que
haya sido mezclado con sebo ex-
rronjero. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S..\. Carrerera del Aero-
puerro. Tel. 3-1371.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento dos re-
cmaras, goroge, cuarto empleada,
B.80.00. Calle 39 No. 2.
SE ALQUILA: -J- Aparlamenro inde-
pendiente, cerca Cotedral, 2 rec-
maras, servicios independientes. B.
55.00. Ave. A No. 16, altos.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
recmaros, sala, comedor y coci-
no, situado frente a lo garita de
polica o lo entrada de Pasadena.
Ocurra Via Espaa No. 106, opar-
tamenlo 5.
Artculos de Casa
Fl Canal de Panam ofrece en venta,
tajo propuestas sellados, que se han
r'e abrir o las 1 0 y 30 de lo moona
ral 25 de Junio de 1951. 287 artcu-
los de parres de repuesto para camio-
nes y carros de pasajeros Codge y
Plymouth, que se encuentran en la
divisin de Transportes a Motor. An-
|\n. Para fines de informacin e ins-
Scin. llmese al Sr. L R. Franklin,
fono 2-2175. Se pueden conse-
"Tr los formularios pora los propues-
J en lo divisin indicodo orribo o en
loficina del Superintendent de Al-
horres. Blboa. telfono 2-2777.
S3 ALQUILA:Local, muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ra taller, depsiro o e.arope. Pora
informes llame al lelfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUIL.\:Local para oflcino
orriba del Teatro Central
SE VENDE:Farmacia Universol en
Plaza Lo Lotera. Buen punto y
oportunidod. Motivo por no poder
atenderla y tener otros compromi-
sos de trobojo. Acuda a la misma
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto a hombre so-
lo. Avenida Cenrral No. 79, pri-
mer alto. All informan.
SE ALQUILA: Cosa residencial
amoblada, consta de oficina, porch,
solo, comedor, tres recmaras, dos
baos. Avenida Per No. 87, paro
informes Homar al telfono 3-3241
a horas de oficina.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet tres recmaras
y omplios comodidades. Calle 43
No. 25. Informes: Tel. 2-0421.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto con o sin
muebles. Persona soltera. Avenida
Norte 52, 2o. olto.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto. Calle Coln
38. Dirjase Digna Navarro. Calle
12 Etlc No. 4.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarro amoblodo
B 6.00 por semana, pora hombre.
Avenida Lefevre, Parque Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE AL0UILA: Cuarro con o sin
muebles. Persona soltera. Ave.
Norte 52. 2o Alto.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
limpio, fresco, con balcn paro
hombre solamente. Calle Colom-
bio No. 8. opartomento 5. tel-
fono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto refrigerante.
Fabrico Hielo Estripeout. Calle H,
No. 18 Telfono 2-2948.
SE ALQUILA:--Local en calle 3a. No.
15. Ocurro al misrro lugar o llame
al telfono 3-1147.
SE NECESITAPoro trabajo per-
manente, ebanistas v barnizado-
res competentes. Via Porros 130.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado.
Colle 5a. No. 9. Cerca correo An-
cn y lineo de bus.
SE ALQUILA-Cuorto grande pora
hombre solo. Avenida Per No.
67 altos No. 7. Pido llave cuarto
No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de 2 rec-
maras completamente independien-
te. Tel. 3-1465.
\ ALQUILA.Moderno chalet Club
"X" tres recmaros, sola, come-
dor, porch, jardn, dems como-
didades, familia honoroble. Tel-
fono 2-1851.
SE ALQUILA;Casa. Sola, comedor,
porch. 2 recmaros, 2 servicios,
garage, terraza, cuarto empleada.
Via Porros No 64, 'B.90.00. In-
frmese Tel. 3-1863.
SE NECESITA:Vendedora respon-
sable con experiencia. Preferible
' aue. hable cstellano e irgls.
Tiene crue traer referencias. Tom-
bien empleoda para trabajos gene-
rales. Escribo detallodamenre ol
apartado 3205.
de 4 y 6 cilindros
* La ms econmica,
fuerte v prctica
para cualquier uso.
Agencia Nash-Willys
Experto en colocacin de tejas, eli-
minacin de goteros. Oficina Tel.
3-3450. Residencia 3-1308.
Mtodo moderno de ensear piano
c olumnos novatos y avanzados.
Studio Bennetr. Apdo. 3142, Pa-
nam. Tel. 2-1282.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia Calle 37 Nc 22.
SE NECESITA: Empleodo serio y
responsable, que sepa Irabojar. Es-
tudiantes 75. Apto. 1.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero que duer-
mo en el empleo v lave. Altos del
Golf. Telefono 3-0717.
SE NECESITABuena cocinera, no
tiene que dormir en el empleo.
Ocrrase a Ave. Manuel Icaza No.
26 Campo Alegre
SE ALQUILA:Lujoso caso residen-
cial recien construido, en los Al-
tos del Golf. Con o sin muebles. 4
recmaras, cuatro porches, sa-
lo, comedor y omplios jardines.
Llamar al 3-3241 en horas de ofi-
fronteriza de Simiiju hoy.
Varias horas ms tarde otros
20 aviones comunistas fueron
i avistados por 16 aviones aliados
que se encontraban por esos
mismos alrededores.
Uno de los aviones comunLs-
tas fue averiado antes que la
formacin lograra ponerse a
salvo al otro lado de la fron-
tera de Manchuria, la cual se
encuentra fuera de limites pa-
ra los aviones norteamerica-
Los aviones de combate alia-
dos atacaron el aerdromo de
Sinulju por primera vez desde
que ms de 300 aviones de la
5a. Fuerza Area lo atacaron e'
0 de mayo.
El aerdromo se encuentra
justamente al- frente de la gran
base Manchuria de Antung, >
fue barrido con el fuego de a-
metralladora y proyectiles co-
hetes. El Capitn Henry L. Lich-
field quien dirigi el ataque, di-
jo que habian encontrado un
nutrido fuego antiareo. Sin
embargo. los pilotos dijeron aue
no hablan visto aviones enemi-
Un solitario avin comunista
visit el rea de 8el del fren-
te aliado durante la noche. El
avin era de un modelo viejo y
dispar fuego de ametrallado-
ras sobre el aerdromo de Klm-
po. dejando eser lo que nare-
ci ser cuatro proyectiles de
SE VENDE:Mquina de coser Singer
porttil. excelentes condiciones.
Curundu Hgts. 5796. Tel. 83-
SE VENDELavadora "Speed Queen"
tipo con torcedora, 60 ciclos,
precio B.60.00. Tel. 86-6122.
SE VENDE:Simmons Studio Coach,
ltimo estilo, convertible en cama
doble (no se ha usadol B. 11 5.00;
Cama doble Simmons con spring,
$40.00; Radio RCA Q-34 de 7
tubos, B.85.00; Juego de lmpara
de pie y cenicero de bronce, be-
lllslmof* B.30.00. Colle 50 No.
23, Apto. 7, esquina a Venezuelo,
En los ltimos
quellas sacrificadas sin autori-
zacin y que esta situacin pro-
vocar a la larga, la ruina d"
una industria que constituye u-
io de los fuertes renglones ele
nuestra economga.
"Existen casos, dijo el Secre-
tarlo Quintero, en que si se ] 1|*
lilca el sacrificio del ganado
hembra, por ejemplrj- por raz
nes de esterilidad. "Pero touos
os caaos deben ser controlases
estrictamente para poder res-
petar los reglamentos. Es por
ello que he convocado a los ma-
tarifes a esta reunin y tevo
!U certeza de que contar ton
la cooperacin patritica de to-
rios para solucionar este pro-
blema que afecta a una de lus
ms importantes Industrias na-
'SE NECESITAEmpleada poro ofi-
cios de cosa. lavor, y planchar
Dormir en caso. Va Espaa 21
Apro. 31.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia, pora una familio americo-
no. Calle Ricardo Arios No. 77.
Bus verde Ruro 2.
Listos los ingleses
la fase del gobierno propio. No po-
demos hacer en pleno siglo vein-
te lo que se hacia comunmente
en el siglo 19. Somos parte de
bros de 1 oposicin tienen que
aceptar el hecho de que el im-
perialismo en que fueron cria-
dos ya esta muerto."
A sta altura del debate, el
conservador Legge Bourke arro-
j un penique oesde su banca,
ci cual cayo sobre la mesa ante
la cual haDlaba Morrison.
El Pr sitente de la Cmara se
puso en pi y pregunt si al-
guien naoia arrojauo algo.
"Si", replico Legge Bourke.
"Yo arroje el penique y le a-
conseju al Ministro de Relacio-
nes e-xterlores que ponga otro
DURx. .1 fresillen ie ordeno a
Legge Bourke que se retirara
del recinto de sesiones, lo que
aquel hizo en silencio.
Morrison prosigui diciendo:
"No tratamos, por cierto, de
evacuar los yacimientos peiroll-
leros Nuestro deseo es que los
empleado; y tcnicos de ia An-
glo-lranian Oil Company per-
manezcan all y cumplan su ta-
rea. Rindo homenaje a sos
hombres por la lealtad que han
Previamente, Edn habla di-
cho que si Gran Bretaa, en
aoyecta capitulacin ante la a-
menaza de la fuerza" se reti-
ra oa de los yacimientos de pe-
trleo de Irn, se pais seria
dominado por los comunistas.
Aadi que los tcnicos bri-
tnicos deban permanecer en
Irn y que el Gobierno brit-
nico tenia el deber de dar la
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinero con
referencios. Buen sueldo. Que
duermo en cosa Ocurra Calle 31
Este No. 38.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con re'o-
rtncios para cuidar uno seora *
edr-H. Ocurra a Vio Espoo No.
SE NECESITA:Empleada, seria para
cocinor. lovor. Dormir en trobojo.
Calle 15 Paitillo. No 117.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo paro lim-
pior cosa, lovor y plonchar. coci-
nor Que duerma en la cosa. Co-
lla 50. No. 23, Apro. 8.
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-
riqu 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
Ce venta i
A veces una
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un jran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
Ricardo A. Mir,
, Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
. Felpa para fechos
. Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgada*.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. t-HUt
Se avisa al pblico de con-
formidad con la Ley que se-
gn consta en la Escritura
Pblica nmero 566 de Abril 13
de 1951. otorgada ante el No-
tarlo Pblico Nmero Segun-
do del Circuito de Panam,
inscrita en el Registro Pbli-
co, Seccin de Personas Mer-
cantil. Tomo 214, Folio 198.
Asiento 51.306, ha sido disuel-
ta la sociedad denominada
Panam. Junio 19 de 1951.
La "Asociacin Nacional de K-
tiucadores" cita a todos s'is
iiilembros a la reunin que ten-
dr lugac maana sbado, 2:>
('el presente a las 9 a.m- en la
escuela Repblica del Ecuador
para tratar en ltimo debate los
proyectos discutidos en sesin
La, Directiva
tiene los
mejores programas
Monofsico desde
l/ HJT. a 2 HJ.
Trifsicos desde 1-50 HP.
Precios Fantsticos!
IA i *attc\gc%*
(Cubren la Tierra)
* Calidad Superior
* Servicio Esmerado
* Entrega Puntual.
Ave. Norte S3 Tel. 2-N10
Calle Martn Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424
"proteccin necesaria" pre-
sumlblemente militar a los
britnicos que trabajan en la
explotacin del petrleo de Irn.
Tenemos en existencia:
de toda clase
T x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.?
Se declar culpable de todos
los cargos que le hicieron el
Arzobispo Groesz en Hungra
Fue el sucesor del Cardenal Mindszenty y le han
hecho idntica acusacin
BUDAPEST, Junio 22 (UP)
El Arzobispo Josef Groesz se j
declar culpable de los cargos j
que varian desde conspirar para
derrocar al Gobierno de Hungra
hasta negociar en el mercado
El Arzobispo, quien reemplaz
al Cardenal Mindszenty como la
ms alto autoridad Catlica Ro-
mana en Hungra, fu llevado a
juicio junto con otros ocho
cmplices." ante la Corte del
La audiencia est presidida
por Vilmos Oltl, quien sentenci
al Cardenal Mindszenty a pri-
sin de por vida por los cargos
de traicin en Febrero de 1949.
El Arzobispo Jos Groesz, de
64 aos de edad, confes con
calma durante una hora de In-
terrogatorio a todos los cargol
que se le hacan, Inclusive el
de encabezar una organizacin
Bara derrocar el Gobierno de
Groesz fu Interrogado prin-
cipalmente sobre sus contacto
con los norte-americanos en
Hablando en un tono calma-
do, el Arzobispo dijo que haba
mantenido estrechas relaciones
con las legaciones occidentales
en Budapest al finalizar la gue-
Dijo que desde' la condena
del Cardenal Mindszenty. haba
sido considerado por stas lega-
clones, especialmente la norte-
americana, como un exponent*
de las ideas polticas del Car-
Se pide a todos los pases
de las Naciones Unidas que
enven ejrcitos a Corea
(UP) El General Matthew B. I
Ridgway. Comandante en Jefe
de las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea, dirigi un lia-!
mado a todos los pases mlem-
bros de la organizacin que no
tienen fuerzas en aquella pe-
l ninsula para que enven refuer-
[ zos para las tropas que luchan [
contra la agresin comunista.
Ridgway pidi al Secretario
General de las Naciones Unidas,
Trygve Lie que transmitiera su
llamado a aquellas naciones que
no tienen fuerzas en Corea para j
que enven "contribuciones adl-
clnales Importantes de fuerzas >
La, comunicacin de Ridgway;
I deca que cualquier contribucin
debe estar de acuerdo con la
capacidad y responsabilidad de'
los distintos pases. El General |
advirti que existe una verda-
. dera necesidad de fuerzas adi-
cionales de los Estados mlem-
bros, en vista de la gran con-1
I centracln de comunistas Chi-
nos en sa, zona".
{ Las Naciones Unidas dieron a
j la publicidad el llamado de
Ridgway poco despus que An-
. drew Cordler, auxiliar de Lie,'
declar a los periodistas que el
General necesita ms fuerzas
por dos motivos: li La contra-1
ofensiva de las fuerzas de las
Naciones Unidas, aunque se de-
sarrolla muy bien, ha dejado
las lneas aliadas "ligeramente
extendidas". 2) Que se est tra-
tando de establecer un sistema
de rotacin de las fuerzas de
Estados Unidos y otros Estados
miembros, y para poner en vi-
gor tal programa que se nece-
sitarn recursos humanos adi-
zo del seor Antonio Alcedo,
cuyo nombramiento se declara
Juan de las Mercedes Gar-
ca, almacenista, en reemplazo
i del seor Adolfo Murillo. cuyo
nombramiento se declara insub- j
Pablo Alvarado V., agrimen-j
sor en reemplazo del seor Ra- i
mn Messina, cuyo nombra- \
miento se declara insubsistente; '
Rogelio Pino, mecnico, en i
reemplazo del seor Abraham
Alvarez, cuyo nombramiento se
declara insubsistente: y Don-1
glas E. Castillo, cadenero de
primera categora en reempla-
zo del seor Vctor M. Quiel,'
cuyo nombramiento se deca--
ra insubsistente.
Nmbrase a la seora Ana C.!
de Thomas, jefe de la seccin i
de Comercio y Turismo en Bo-
cas del Toro, en reemplazo del i
seor Abel Gallndo, cuyo nom-1
bramlento se declara insubsis-
Nmbrase al seor Julio R.|
Botello, mecnico al servicio del,
Instituto Nacional de Agrimen-
sura de Divisa, en reemplazo |
del seor Alberto R. Crdoba,
cuyo nombramiento se declara
Restituyese al seor Hernn
Campos en el cargo de capataz
de Cultivos Generales en el Ins-
tituto Nacional de Agricultura
de Divisa;
Nmbrase al seor Cristbal
Buitrago eomo Almacenista en
el mismo instituto, en reempla-
zo del seor Clodomiro Campos,
i euyo nombramiento se declara
Queda en los trminos expre-
I sados reformado el Decreto E-
iecutivo No 165 del 12.de ju-
nio del presente ao.
Nmbrase en el Deoartamen-
to de Comercio y Turismo a
las siguientes Dersona.v
Jos ngel Vargas, Inspector
de Patentes en reemplazo del
seor Amable Rulz, cuyo nom-
bramiento se declara Insubsis-
Andrs Verbel, Inspector de
Patentes en reemplazo del se-
or Evangelio Karlca, quien no
acept el cargo:
Ana Gilma Flores. Inspectora
de Patentes en reemplazo del
seor Jos ngel Qulnzeda. cu-
yo nombramiento se declara ln-
| subsistente;
Toms Buenao. Inspector de
Patentes en reemplazo del se-
or Ramn Martnez Nieto, cu-
yo nombramiento se declara in-
Serafn E. Qrooks. asistente
en reemolazo del seor Jos A-
gustn Arango, quien renunci |
el cargo.
Sandy Saddler
pelea hoy en Chile
con Mario Salinas
22 (Por G. A. Rolla). Esta
noche se medirn el campen
mundial de peso pluma, Sandy
Saddler, y el campen chileno
Mario Salinas, en pelea concer-
tada a diez vueltas en el Co-
liseo Caupollcn.
Esta ser la primera vez que
un campen mundial de boxeo
profesional se presente en e>te
pas en un encuentro formal, y
exhibiendo todas sus aptitudes,
coraje y pegada que lo lleva-
ron al lugar en que se encuen-
Aunque, el campen chileno no
es el mejor hombre del conti-
nente, ni tiene antecedentes pa-
ra enfrentarse con posbiii"..-
des le xito al campVn murrw
dial, sabr a que a.eneix'. j-o.-
que es aguerrido y decidido a
ofrecer lucha, y aunque lo ms
seguro es que pierda por la va
rpida, caer como valiente.
Pero lo interesante es que st
ver en accin a un campen
mundial en pelea franca y for-
mal, y el .ntuslasmo que exis-
te es de proporciones gigantes-
cas, calculndose que un nue-
vo record en esta clase de es-
pectculos se registrar en el
boxeo chileno.
Calendario de juegos de
la vuelta de clasificacin
del basket menor
Pepsi Cola vs. Carlos Eleta.
Fuerte IS vs. ptica Sosa,
Orion va. Cela Gonzlez.
Taboga vs. Pellmex.
Madurito vs. A. Barcelona.
Cela vs. Taboga.
C. lleta va. P. Lefevre.
Pepsi Cola vs. Madurito.
Fuerte 15 vs. Rebeldes.
Centenario vs. Barcelona.
30: ,
Bam Jr. vs. Carlos Eleta.
Eva Pern vs. Orion.
Rodelag vs. Panamericana.
O. Sosa vs. Elisa Barrera.
6: .
Pellmex vs. O. Sosa.
Taboga vs. Rebeldes.
Bam Jr. vs. Parque Leevr*.
Pepsi Cola vs. Centenario.
Rebeldes vs. Eva Pern.
Pelimex va Elisa Barrera,
O. Sosa vs. Ciela Gonzleav
Madurito vs. Panamericana.
Rodelag vs. Paraue Lefevre.
Orion vs. Rebeldes.
E. Pern vs. Cela Gonzlet
Bam Jr. vs. Centenario.
Fuerte 15 vs. Eva. Pern.
Rodelag vs. Barcelona,
Taboga vs. E. Barrera.
C. Eleta vs. Panamericana.
NOTA: Los tres primero;, equi-
pos de cada grupo. Juegan una
serle entr si por el Campeona-
to. El primer juego de cada fe-
cha comenzar a las 7 en pun-
to de la noche.
Avenida Central N. 121 Conjunta independientemente,
lea dea locales de la planta baja. En La Carrasquilla
Casas No. < y MZ Alquiler B M.9 mensuales cada ana.
Administrador. Maree Antonio Aragn. Tels. Z-11M
2-atS* 3-247.

HOA-1090 HOW 1230 Se
Radio Panamericana
S;M El Hijo Perdido
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Avena Quaker
1:45 Conjunta Mayo
de Rene Santos
4:M Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
:M Vibraciones del Aire
Con Nacho Valds
:15 La Cancionera
con Kerima Gulstica
:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
S:45 Sos canciones preferidas
Con Flavlo Garca
acompaa Lucho Muoz
cortesa Floristera Valvn
7:M Lucho .Vcarrata
y su arcano
Con. Ron Carta Vieja
1:15 Mi Marido-. Dramatizacln
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
Cort. El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
:M Genoveva. Dramatization
Cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
1:15 En Voz Baja
con Aila VUlalaz
Cortesa, de la mueblera
La Europea
Msica espaola
Esta tierra y sus hombres
Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Casa Angellnl .
Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Francia y su msica
Grandes artistas
El Duque Invisible
programa BBC
Cancionero nocturnal
Msica sin palabras
Buenas noches
Buenos Das
Almanaque de la
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca Internacional
Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Da
Noticiero RPA
instalar aparato de Televisin
Buenos Aires en Octubre prximo
8 iwm^.
Un poema de imgenes!... Que es una
Leccin del alma popular!... Con la ms.
bella msica del Maestro CHAPI.J
- en -
- con -
Mario de Los Angeles
Y La Orquesta Sinfnica
de Madrid.
Usted puede confiar en la
... para obtener bizcochos de textura
aterciopelada y riqusimo sabor! Compre
un paquete boy y pruebe las magnificas
recetar; que trae.
Pora Mayor Corando en 'o repostera! B>
para limpiar el cutis,
como baso de polvos
y para suavizar las
La Crema HINDS de Miel y Almendras es 1
-rema completa, ideal para todas las edades. Limpia
el cutis, lo suaviza y lo protege. Su uso
diario embellece el cutis, sea de la cara o
de las manos, y lo conserva suave
y terso. Como base de polvos
es excelente.
Tngala siempre
en su tocador!
4fc "
tLa crema COMPLETA!
l*rei/e Construyen torre
de 150 pies para
colocar la antena
La RED PANAMERICANA, en sn afn de brindar a su dilatado auditorio programas de
calidad, presenta esta tarde a las 5 y 30, con positivo orgullo, a la primera orquesta de Pa-
nam, LA PERFECTA DE ARMANDO BOZA, en un alegre programa de msica popular bai-
lable que estamos seguros ser muy bien recil-ido. De mas est hablar de Armando Boss como
msico director de esta formidable agrupacin. Sus credenciales son genuinas y el crdito de
que goxa su orquesta como la primera del pas, por haber creado una nueva modalidad en la
msica popular, le ha valido para granjearse las simpatas que le mantienen en el sitial de
honor, entre todas las orquestas de nuestro medio. Esta tarde, Armando Boia se rene con los
msicos de su orquesta. LA PERFECTA, y con .sus valiosos cantantes Germn Vergara y Man
Solanos, para llevar alegra a todos los hogares panameos en el programa CARNAVAL DE
RITMOS, que marca un triunfo rotundo de la RED PANAMERICANA.
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:15 Mambolandla
11:3 Cuba, su msica y
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
l':15 Noticiero "Sparton"
12:30 Intermedio variado
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Aires colombianos
1:15 Carrera
USO Msica peruana
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Canoiiero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
anotaron 2 carreras en el pri-
mer acto: los Indios encabeza
dos por Jerry Halman quien
conect cuadrangular en el ter-
cer episodio con dos compae-
ros en bases, sencillos conse-
cutivos de T. Sllcott y el de-
butante Pedro Vallarino, logra-
ron pisar el home en 4 ocaslo
nes decretando el salto de H
Icaza por L. Valdesplno. En el
sexto inning la direccin del
Azteca sustituy a S. Barnett
en favor de R. Pinzn por ago-
tamiento, bautizndolo los Pa-
triticos con 3 carreras. Una
de .carrera forzada :n las piernas,
de Halman en el 7o. acto te li
la vii
NUEVA YORK, Junio 22 (UP)
El primer transmisor comer-
cial de televisin para Buenos
Aires estar funcionando el- 17
de octubre de este ao en Ra-
dio Belgrano.
La International Telephone &
Telegraph Co., que fabricar el
equipo para la estacin dijo que
este ser enviado a Buenos Ai-
res a fines de este mes. Ya
han llegado a Buenos Aires
varios Ingenieros para la Insta-
acin de una torre de 150 pies,
a cual ser colocada en la
azotea del Ministerio de Obras
Otros expertos estarn a car-
go del entrenamiento del per-
sonal de Radio Belgrano para
la operacin tcnica del equipo
transmisor y las cmaras.
Se dice que una vez que el
el equipo quede Instalado, Ra-
dio Belgrano ser "una de las
ms potentes estaciones televi-
soras del mundo".
Adems del transmisor, la In-
ternational Telephone Ac Tele-
graph Co. enviar a su sucur-
sal en Buenos Aires diez mil
receptores de televisin. Hasta
el momento los receptores estn
siendo adaptados a la corrien-
te de 220 voltios, 50 ciclos de
Buenos Aires.
El transmisor tendr una po-
tencia de 5 kilowatts, pero la
antena ha sido Instalada de
manera que aumente su poder
de radiacin a 40 kilowatts.
Con acertado relevo
de Pinzn el Azteca
venci al F. Patritico
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
Azteca......... I
Granillo .. _, ..
Fte. Patritico .. 0

la victoria al Azteca, al suspen-
der el arbitro Hernndez las
hostilidades por oscuridad, en-
contrndose 3 indios en bases
sin outs. T. iCampanella) Sll-
cott con 2-3, P. Vallarino y R.
Pinzn con 2-1 fueron los me-
jores bateadores del partido.
La anotacin condensada fu:
Frente Patritico .. ..8 5 4
Azteca..........9 6 3
Con otro gran revelo de R.
Pinzn, el Azteca super al
Frente Patritico por 9-1 "en la
continuacin del Baseball de
Santa Rlt"., ayer en el Estadio
Las anotaciones comenzaron
parejas, donde ambos equipos
Fu una mala madre, la que
l convirti-en
Tagarpulos, S.A.
la cana licorera ms antigua de Panam,
Claudio Lpez Groitning
aMolds J
0 adulador traje de
satn Nyralon
.. ltima criacin de Flexsts ..
rejuvenece y engracia an ms
lot encantos naturales de su silue-
ta. Os Nyralon elstico para
mayor control del talle, mayor
comodidad y soltura. De falda
larga o corta y en lindos colores.
32 al 38.
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Motta's (Panam Coln)
Almacn La Parisin
Ofelia de Navarro (David)
Hermelinda Calvo (Aguadulce)
Variedades (Chitr)
Catta, S.A. (Las Tablas)
IRVING ZAPP COMPANY, S.A. Tel. 2-2835 Panam,
H. O. A.
Un Mundo de Ensueos Hecho Realidad!...
9 p.m.

t-AfllNA I
vtkns, junio n, imi
UNO DE LOS BALUARTES DE LOS MEDIAS BLANCAS. Chico ('arrisque], el famoso pelo-
tero veneaolano d lo Medias Blancas, es considerado como uno de los baluartes de la sor-
presa que estn brindando este ao los chica*-oenses en la Liffa Americana. Actualmente Ca-
ri asquel batea por arriba de .300. En esta composicin se puede apreciar a Carrasquel listo
para batear, en un deslizamiento felis y esperando con ran seguridad la bola. Carrasquel
tiene muchas simpatas para formar parte del equipo de las Estrellas, pues se le considera
ahora mili cerno el mejor torpedero en la Lita Americana.
Deben Resultar Muy Movidas
Las Peleas Q* Presenta Hoy
El Boxeo Amateur De Coln
Lniversitario: La unin hace la
fuerza, Inscrbete e la Asocia-
cin Deportiva (A.D.U.P.).
Con el colega Universitario
Amado Rivera: Aplaudirnos su
noble geato de hacer un co-
mentario de los nuevas alum-
nos matriculados en el curso de
Educacin Fsica. Es cierto que
esos jvenes son de Indiscuti-
ble mritos tales como el com-
paero Carlos C. Casis, la Sra.
de Raclnes, l Joven Oibbs y
el compaero Grilo. Algunos
ele ellos han tenido que dar un
saRo a segundo ao porque es-
te ao no se present el n-
mero sutlciente de aspirantes
para comenzar' el curso de pri-
mer ao; otros han entrado
porque tienen los crditos que
le permiten tompr las asigna-
turas del segundo afio. A pro-
posno del grupo que ha dado
el salto a II ao podemos de*.
cir que han entrado con mas
suerte-que los anteriores por-
que antes no se daban esas
prerrogativas pero como el de-1
cano de la facultad tiene la
experiencia que a este curso no
se matriculan muchos alumnos
l mismo solicit a la Junta
Administrativa le permitiera
hacer un primer ao con los
que se haban matriculado. Pe-
ro como los que se haban ma-
triculado so enteraron de que
se Iba a cerrar el curso y ya
todos los profesores estaban a-
delantados, se cambiaron de
curco. Por esa razn estn en
segundo ao con las materias
de primer ao pendientes. No-
sotros los compaeros ms vie-
jos le hemos estado ayudando
en lo que podemos.
Protestamos po> la forma en
qUe el compaero y colega.
Amado Rivera, describe a la 8ra.
de Hacines. Nadie sabe por qu
razn tuvo que abandonar el,a
el curso en otras ocasiones lo
que queremos destacar es de
que el reglamento le permite
retirarse cuando a ella le d
la gana siempre > cuando cum-
pla con avisar. Si ella entr
y sall varias veces eso es cues-
tin de ela. Asi es que colega
Rivera tenga un poco de ms
tacto con los asuntos perso-
nales. .
1Hoy es el Dia Rio Mar
10.-Dallla P.
White Fleet
Con Dinero
Own Powtr
Gaywood (e)
'.' Volador
COLON, Junio 22. De cin-
co atractivos encuentros consta
la cartilla de Boxeo Amateur
que se celebrar esta noche en
el Gimnasio Everardo Nez de
esta ciudad.
Prometedores pugilistas se
presentarn en este programa
entre los cuales ha llamado po-
derosamente la atencin de los
fanticos el match entre E.
Plummer y J. Betancourt. Tam-
bin debe resultar muy movi-
da la pelea entre Harcourt Jones
y Marcial Mollnar, ambos bien
conocidos por sus presentacio-
nes dentro del tinglado ama-
teur colonense.
El programa debe resultar
Interesante y lo damos a cono-
cer a continuacin:
Harcourt Jones
vs. r
Marcial Mollnar
135 Ubras
E. Hubert
Johnny Peres
147 libras
E. Plummer
J. Betancourt
118 libras
Eduardo Weathe
Tito Morris
, ios libras
Leopoldo Weather
r. Gordon
1.10 libras
Promete resultar lucido el Torneo de
Atletismo del pxmo. Domingo en Coln
Con marcado entusiasmo y vi-
sible inters se estn adelan-
tando los preparativos para el
gran torneo de Pista y Campo
y Ciclismo que se efectuar el
domingo en el Estadio de Co-
ln, con motivo del Noveno Ani-
versario' de la Fundacin del
Colegio Abel Bravo del sector
Numerosas pruebas compren-
de el programa de atletismo
confeccionado por la comisin;
participarn atletas del Inte-
rior, Panam, Zona del Canal
y Coln, todos los cuales estn
practicando satisfactoriamente.
El Comit Organizador de es-
te festival deportivo ha consul-
tado en debida forma los deta-
lles, como puede apreciarse por
los Jueces y oficiales cuya lista
es la siguiente:
Juez Arbitro: Manuel Roy.
Juee de Partida: Carlos Bell-
Jueces de Llegada:
Primeros Puestos: Boby Ro-
Segundos Puestos: Mariano
Terceros Puestos: Sony Cells.
Juez de Recorridos: "Slim"
Hernndez. Benito.
Cronometristas: Stanley Lo-
ney y Farold Scott.
Apuntador de Vueltas: Casi-
miro Balmaceda.
Juez Jefe de Campo: Daniel
Delgado Duarte.
Juez de Salto Alto: Benito
"Sllm" Hernndez.
Juez de Salto Largo: 'Boby
Juez de Salto con Garrocha:
Sony Cells/
Juez de Lanzamientos de Ja-
balina: Harold Scott.
Juez de Lanzamientos de Dis-
cos: Stanley Loney.
Juez de Lanzamientos de Ba-
la: Carlos Bellsarlo.
Registradores de Marcas: Gil-
berto Brunette. E u s t a c 1 o
Roach, John West. Ernesto
Ros, Marcos de Leon, Nstor
Rachel, Domingo Santlzo, y
Guillermo Araz.
Compilador: Mario Araujo.
Coordinador; Jacobo Henri-
Locutor: Eduardo Herrera
Periodistas: Jasper Carter y
Marcos A. Mendoza.
Mecangrafos: Thomson Les-
lie y Srta. Raquel Garzn.
Calgrafos: Francisco Bolt y
Casimiro Balmaceda.
Repartidora de Premios: Sra
Ercilla de Morales.
Director y Organizador: Prof
Justo Abel Murlllo.
NOTA: El mdico oficial ser
un mdico de tumo del Hospital
Manuel Amador Guerrero de la
Ciudad de Coln.
Ibrico vs Ditrani y Huracn
vs Ancn Debern Presentar El
Dgo. Reidos Juegos De Ftbol
Ftbol de Primera Categora
Provincia de Panama
G E P Pts.
Ditrani...... 4 3 0 11
Ancn...... 5 2 II
Hispano...... 3 2 2
Pacifico ...... 2 1 4 5
Ibrico ...... 2 1 4 *
Huracn ...... 1 1 5 3
Los dos importantes Juegos
que presentar el domingo el
Campeonato Provincial de Ft-
bol de primera categora de la
Liga de Panam estarn a cat-
go de los equipos:
El domingo en la noche on
nuestro .conreo de la Avenida
"A" aebutaran ios Originales
Trotamundos de Harlem, un
equipo de lama mundial y com-
puesto por ios mejores jugado-
res de color de los Estados Uni-
dos ae Norteamrica. En el pri-
mer turno de la noche del do-
mingo se enfrentara el "An
Star de Jugadores blancos de.
ios Estados Nnldos de Norte
amrica con el Bam, equipo de
nuestra justa Provincial que es-
ta en el segundo lugar de la
contienda. En el segundo turno
Invadirn el "Hoor" d nuestro
Gimnasio Nacional los Trota-
mundos, de Harlem para medir-
se con ios muchachos del "Lord
Chester" de nuestra Liga Pro-
vincial, equipo este que en sus
ocho presentaciones se mantie-
ne invicto El lunes volvern a
presentarse en ei Gimnasio
Nacional los Trotamundos de
Harlem, en esta ocasin en un
choque de exhibicin lrente al
"All Star" Americana El Gim-
nasio Nacional ha sido dividi-
do en dos partes y se han acon-
dicionado asientos numerados
para evitar trastornos entre los
asistentes. Las entradas nume-
radas euestan B.1.50, Palcos
B.2.00 y entrada general B.1.00
dinero este que vale la pena
pagarlo para ver en accin a
los mundlalmente lamosos Tro-
tamundos de Harlem.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
para las carreras de maana:
la. Rio Mar... por su anterior
.. .Don Sizzle... lleva jinete par
ra ganar; 2a. Mr. Espinosa...
nos gusta para repetir... White
Fleet... animallto de cuidado;
3a. Callejera... tiene todo a
su favor... Mene... no puede
con el nuestro; 4a. Apretador
... los apretara en la recta...
Antecede... seguir cediendo;
Sa. Batan... es un asesinato...
Stella... enemigo de cuidado;
8a. Own Power... se los gana-
r... Paragon... mucha aten-
cin con ste; 7a. Full... *u
anterior la gan fcil... Avenue
Road... por el lote puede; 8a.
Bosforo... mucha atencin al
Jinete... Jepperin.. la monta
no convence; 8a. Gaywood (e)
esta (ei es duea de la situa-
cin... Mimo... no puede con
la (e); 10a. Dlila P... cami-
nar a este lote... Casablanca
...por su nombre puede.
Huracn va. Ancn
2:15 p.m.
Arbitro: E. Marques .
Ditrani vs. Ibrico
4 p.m.
Arbitro: Hernndez
El torneo se encuentra en
la segunda mitad de la ltima
vuelta de manera que los re-
sultados son ahora de enorme
Importancia para las aspiracio-
nes de los oncenos.
En el primer cotejo tenemos
que los anconlstas tratarn de
pasar al comando o por lo me-
nos mantener su colocacin a
un punto del delantero, y el
Huracn aunque ya no tiene
opcin al ttulo se empear
en mejorar puntuacin para fi-
nalizar en mejor posicin.
El segundo encuentro tiene
| motivos para resultar muy ln-
i teresante debido a la rivalidad
que existe entre ambos once-
nos, adems que los italianos
defendern su invicto y el pues-
to de honor mientras que los
espaoles lucharn para salir
del grupo de retaguardia y lo-
grar por lo menos el subeampeo-
Los equipos estn practican-
do con marcado inters y se
esperan reidos cotejos.
El Dep. Sousa entr en
el grupo de ganadores
del basket de Catedral
Basketball de Catedral
Tendr lugar a las
3:45 de la larde en
el Esladio Olmpico
Ftbol de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panam
G E P Pts
1 1 7
Santander .. ..2 2 0 6
Alemn......2 2 0 C
Ancn Jr.......2 2 4
Hispano Jr. .... 1 Pacifico de 2a. 1 1 2 3
1 3 2
Amrica........ 1 2 2
Surex .. ..
Janlzen .. .,
Don eco ..
ptica Sosa ..
Mauricio .. ..
Taller Sous* ..
Dep. Mueca
Dep. Morris ..
.. 2
.. 2
.. 1
.. 1
.. 1
.... 1
El equipo del Taller Souza
conquist anoche su primera
victoria del Torneo de la Liga
de Basketball de Catedral al
vencer al Deportivo Mueca por
44 a 33, y el Jantzen continu
Invicto en el puesto de honor
al derrotar al Dep. Morris por
34 a 24.
Ambos encuentros se desarro-
llaron en el Gimnasio del Ma-
raen, y en el primer cotejo,
Stanford Graham lanz la pri-
mera bola, donando despus un
trofeo para el mayor anotador
del encuentro, resultando ven-
cedor Arango del Taller Souza
con II puntos-.
La, contienda prosigue esta
noche con otro dos Juegos.
Cada delicio**
Panilla V.ck
medicina le)
flaroonta de
12 a 15 minutos,
El Campeonato de Ftbol de
Segunda Divisin de la Liga
Provincial de Panam ofrecer
maana su primer encuentro
sabatino de la Temporada en-
tre los equipos Pacfico Jr. vs.
Santander a las 3 y 45 de la
tarde en la cancha de! Estadio
Los pacifistas menores que
han mejorado bastante sern
rivales difciles y de cuidado pa-
ra el Santander que luchar
para colocarse en el comando
de la Justa; en cambio los
blanquiazules confian empatar
el tercer puesto.
El domingo continuar el tor-
neo con dos partidos entre His-
pano Jr. y Amrica a las 8 y 45
a.m. sirviendo de arbitro A.
Harrison, y Dep. Alemn vs.
Ancn Jr. a las 10 y IB a.m,
actuar de arbitro M. Cardales;
ambos Juegos tendrn lugar en
el Estadio Olmpico.
Como Usted Puede
Cobnr Nieva Vigor y
Enriquecer Li Sangre
S aa alma Mi quabraatadai a* !
batidoai paaa ocha da inaoramo ai ha
pardido la aearfiaai no liana apatito-puated
wvaai FBRRIZAN. V lo aaeaata ata pr-
iida da tounpo. ....
Mucha. VMM an aio 3 diaa uatad aanU la
difaranriay aua amiaoa lo notan, lia davu.lv
ai apetitouated aianta raalmaaita la incita-
cita a coroar. aua narvioa aa calmanal 1..I,..
aa la haca ma ffcur puada dormir profunda-
aianta. ,,.
Laa majaras, y laa horobraa Umbn, qua
ampia" a roanifaaUr atrrtomaa da agota-
mianto nanrioso o da la aanfra, daban oblnr
un fraaco da aata Inico majnlneouna nuava
forma da hinrro concaotrado qua lo vajoriia
la haca aaotira como nuavo.
Cl FERRIZAN puada obtaoar aa aa mllaaiar
liil r
El pase que arriba presenta-
mos es el llamado "Afarolado
de Rodillas", y, como puede ver
claramente es uno de los ms
expuestos dentro del reperto-
rio taurino y de ms rar eje-
Este, como alguno de los pa-
ses que ya hemos presentado
a nuestros lectores, es el mis-
mo caso, su primera interpre-
tacin fu de pie, pero no fal-
t ms adelante alguien que se
tirara de rodillas para hacer
ms arriesgado y vistoso su va*
lor artstico.
Para lograr ste difcil lance,
es necesario tener; adems de
un corazn muy grande, un
amplio conocimiento del toro
que se lidia, pues generalmente
se ve, que por .falta de expe-
riencia y conocimiento, el to-
rero se vea en apuros, y ms
de una vez ha tenido que la-
mentarse un suceso doloroso por
falta de precaucin.
Los Punteros Del Basket De
Catedral Se Presentan Hoy a
Defender Su Colocacin
Dos juegos de primera linea
tiene esta noche el Campeona-
to de Basketball de la Liga de
Catedral en el Gimnasio del
Maran. En el primer partido
de la jornada de hoy, que co-
menzar a las siete y cuaren-
ta y cinco, se enfrentarn los
quintetos Don eco y Surex,
que tiene dos victorias, mien-
tras que. el Don eco, abri
sus presentaciones en la tem-
porada con un brillante triun-
fo sobre el Philip Morris, el
mircoles. En el segundo parti-
do se medirn ptica Sosa y
Jantzen, dos equipos completa-
mente parejos y compuestos por
Jugadores de kllates.
El seor Alberto Richa, dis-
tinguido comerciante de esta
plaza y cooperador de la liga,
lanzar la primera bola del
primer encuentro, que tiene to-
das las trazas de resultar re-
ido por tratarse de Jvenes
rpidos y dispuestos a conser-
var sus Invictos.
tiene los ti
mejores programas
"Todo caballo o yegua que se dedique a la cra no podr volver a inscribirse
para corter en cl Hipdromo Nacional. Se considera dedicada a la cra todo
potro Fina-Sangre de carrera cuyo propietario as lo manifieste por escrito a
la oficina del Srud Book de Panam. Dicha oficina no aceptar la inscripcin
de productos de sementales cuyos propietarios no hayan cumplido con este re-,
quisito. Se considera dedicada a la cra toda yegua cuyo propietario as lo
manifieste por escrito a la-oficina del Stud Book de Panam".
Acuerde tomado por la Junta de Control de Juegos el 5 de Mayo de 1951
e incorporado al Reglamento de Stud Book de Panam.
Se aprovecha la oportunidad para recordar a los interesados que el plazo
para reportar las cubiertas de la temporada se vence el 15 de Agosto. (Art. 11
del Reglamento de Stud Book).

'LETAS .<. .W ^iSW EN EL "^_____*"*- f .ITI1VTI7I
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
3a. y Va.
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
mos ahora tanto en el
en cl 'SAVOY".
riocl%o^t de
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
uan Jtaaco
7a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 650*00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
1. AVENUE ROAD.............F. Rote
2. NEWMINSTER............ B. Moreno
3. CURACA..................R. Yaua
4. FILL...................B. Aguirre
5. PAMPHLET...............B. Pulilo
6. MONTIELITO............G. Sanche*
112 1.
lOlx 2.
123 3.
113 4.
110 5.
8a. Carrera 3 Aos Importados 7 Fgs.
7a. Carrera UA 'Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
MAIN ROAD............/. Contreras 121
WELSH LOCH.............B. Pulido 111
PHOEBUS APOLLO........B. Aguirre 122
PINARD.................O. (hams 111
RATHLIN LIGHT..........E. Silvera 107
Premio: B/ 2,000.00 Pool Cierra: 4:40 p.m.
1. (CARMELA II.............B. Moreno 115
2. (GRIS..................G. Sanche 120
3. SANDWOOD............/. Contreras 115
4. WELSH FOX..............B. Pulido 115
5. SILVER DOMINO..........B. Aguirre 115
6. VENTRE A TERRE..........G. Cru 110
7. WILD WIRE............J. Rodrigue 115

--- -| -r--r...... ni -it-i-
Frente a Peligrosos Rivales Defienden Hoy Su
Invicto Los "5" ptica Sosa, Soderos y Eleta
Full y Avenue Road deben
sostener gran duelo en la
carrera estelar de maana
Los ejemplares de la Clase "C"
se enfrentarn en el evento es-
telar que se presentara maa-
na en el Hipdromo Nacional,
sobre una distancia de 14t>
metros y por un precio de
Seis caballos se batirn en
esta prueba que debe resultar
muy reida dada la calidad
de los competidores, entre los
cuales tenemos a Full que he
Impuso la semana pasada en
este mismo lote, por lo cual de-
be ser el gran favorito de la ca-
rrera. Avenue Road que acaba
de bajar le la Clase "A" y que
tambin ser otro de los favo-
ritos, Pamphlet que se ha de-
sempeado muy bien ltima-
mente, Newmonster que puede
dar la gran sorpresa, Curaca y
Montielito que tambin tienen
opcin para adjudicarse el
Como es de notar la carrera
debe resultar muy reida des-
de la salida hasta el final.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos:
En U primera carrera:
Se destacada Riomar. Hoy es
el Da puede sorprender.
En la segunda carrera:
Protn es nuestro escogido.
Mr. Espinosa para el segundo
En la tercera carrera:
Mene defender nuestro pro-
nstico. Callejera es la ene-
En la cuarta carrera:
Lim Lass es nuestro dato. Fla-
menco para el segundo pues-
En la quinta carrera:
Batan es un robo. Filigrana
es serlo contendor.
En la sexta carrera:
Tmesls II dicen que ganar.
The Dauber tiene buena op-
En la te. tima carrera:
Avenue Road debe Imponerse.
Full es enemigo.
En la octava carrera:
Bsfooro hasta la raya. Pur-
ple Spray por la ltima pue-
de salir.
En la novena carrera:
Mimo es nuestro escogido.
Oaywood es enemigo peligro-
En la dcima carrera:
Dalida P es un robo. Casa-
blanca para el segundo lugar.
Hay preocupacin por los estudios
de Educacin Fsica en la Universidad
Por Amado Rivera
Con motivo de haber salido slo
S Ctedras de Educacin Fsica
a Concurso este ao, los estu-
diantes del curso de profesorado
de educacin fsica de la Uni-
versidad Nacional se muestran
sumamente preocupados, ya que
se piensa que los arduos estudios
que estn realizando no tendrn
el estmulo necesario por parte
del Ministerio de Educacin, con
su poltica de menosprecie' por
la educacin fsica. Actualmen-
te estn para graduarse cuatro
unidades del referido curso, las
cuales tienen muy pocas proba-
blldades de futuras colocacio-
nes. SI esto es asi con los gra-
duandos del presente ao lec-
tivo, qu se puede esperar para
las 15 unidades que estn cur-
sando el segundo ao? El poco
aprecio del Ministerio de Educa-
cin por la educacin fsica, es
la causa principal por la cual se
est matndooste curso univer-
sitario. Actualmente slo est
operando un segundo y cuarto
ao en la Universidad con muy
pequeas unldales, lo cual Indi-
ca que con el tiempo tal curso
se- suspender en la Universidad.
Sin embargo la mayora, por no
decir todos, los Segundos Sidos
del Interior estn operando con
unidades que ni an han termi-
nado la enseanza secundarla,
excepcin de la Escuela Normal.
Dragones y Granillo continan hoy
el base de Santa Rita en el
Los Dragones salen hoy en
busca de su segundo triunfo en
el partido que sostendrn frente
al Granillo a las 4:00 p.m. en
el Estadio Olmpico, en la con-
tinuacin de la Liga Mayor de
Santa Rita.
Los Dragones vencieron en su
primera aparicin por la aplas-
tante anotacin de 9-0 al Fren-
te, por lo cual van confiados
en un nuevo triunfo que los
colocar en el primer lugar de
la Liga.
El Granillo equipo que posee
buenos Jugadores como Scantle-
bury, Vergara, Tun. el ind-
gena Lope;, Delllser, Chally Be-
nitez, Zeballos y Carrera, pue-
de darle mal final a las aspira-
ciones de los Dragones. Los Gra-
n Uleros empataron n la Inau-
guracin de la Liga a 5 carreras.
con el Azteca.
Los Dodgers Vencieron a Los
Rojos y Los Medias Blancas a
Los Yanquis Ayer En Los E.U.
Los Dodgers vencieron a los
Rojos por 6 a 4 aumentado a
seis juegos y medio su ventaja
en la liga Nacional. Despus
de una carrera por error de Ted
Ajuzewlam en la tercera entra-
da, los Dodgers anotaron ires
en la cuarta por pelotazo a
Cari Furillo, sencillo de Gil
Hodges y dobles de Rocky Brid-
ges y Carl Abrams. En ei quin-
to otras dos por jonrn de
Jackie Robinson, doble de Hod-
ges y sencillo de Furillo. Los
Kojos amenazaron y le batea-
ron duro a Preacher Roe que
obtuvo su dcima victoria se-
guida an cuando en la nove-
na entrada necesit la ayuda de
Cari Erskine.
dlest. Sheldon Jones lanz por
los Gigantes y slo consinti seis
Tommy Brown adquirido re-
cientemente de los Dodgers por
los Phillies dio un Jonrn con
las bases llenas cooperando al
triunfo sobre los Piratas por 10
carreras a 5. Robin Roberts per-
miti doce hits a los Piratas
pero no estuvo nunca en peli-
gro logrando su octava victoria
de la temporada.


Somalia l">aara nuava aallaia. mayar tlaiplaia
y raialanda la cuchillarla y al alvmlnla.
Da brilla y latir a taaiMara, raMaara-
aarai. cocina, baria, y matalca. lmala
m.d.ra. altas, llnataa. fratasa la
mana. Na 4a alar alfana.
Imilla an al laf Mima, ca la
marca S APODO.

Pura crcra* de leche de vacaarar
Adorne sui bizcochos. Bsteles,
budines, chocolate y ensaladas de
fruta con la deliciosa Crema Avoset
para Batir. A todos en casa Us
gustara su riqusimo sabor. (Pura
crema de leche de vacahiginica, I
saludable, te deliciosa! Hoy mis-
mo ... sirva sos postres adornados
coa verdadera maestra!
Pruebe (amblan la Crema AVOSCT da
Maca en al cafe, con cara alai y frutal.
Gerry Staley dej en cinco
hits a los Gigantes y los Car-
denales vencieron por 2 a 0 con
la ayuda directa del bate del
propio staley quien dio un do-
Dle en la tercera entrada ano-
tando por sencillo de Solly He-
mus que avanz a la segunda
por error de Willie Mays y a-
not por doble de Red Schoen-
Por la va rpida
terminaron anoche
las peleas amateurs
Por la va rpida terminaron
todos los encuentros del Boxeo
Amateur anoche en la primera
pelea Luis Andrade, hermano
menor del ex-pugllista Chito
Andrade del Cnorrlllo. debut
con un triunfo 60bre Arthur
Johnson de Paraso por la ru-
ta del sueo a los 54 segundos
del cuarto asalto. Andrade de-
mostr ser un peligroso rival
para la corona que ostenta Beau
jack II.
En el segundo encuentro vi-
mos presentar por el conocido
entrenador Shochnes a Juan
Moreno de 122 libras, que hizo
recordar a Tito Despaigne por
sus feroces ataques y derribar a
Earl Blythe al minuto 37 se-
gundos del segundo asalto sin
opcin a seguir peleando.
El valiente boxeador de Ba-
rraza, Juan Chacon pesando 125
libras noque en el segundo
asalto al minuto y veinte se-
gundos, a Jos Mendoza de 122
libras. En el otro evento de a
noche el campen de los wel-
ters Eladio Magallanes, pesan-
do 150 libras, noque tcnica-
mente a KenetH Callender de
147 libras en el cuarto asalto,
al suspender el arbitro este
desigual combate.
En otro de los nmeros de
atraccin del programa de a-
noche, el campen cubano de
peso mosca Black Pico, ofreci
una exhibicin de cuatro asal-
tos contra el ex-pgil Goyo Cas-
taedas y Baby Eastman de la
costa atlntica. El cubano im-
presion a la concurrencia por
su estilo de pelea, bastante r-
pido y agresivo. Black Pico sos-
tendr el domingo en Coln un
combate a diez asaltos contra
Juan Daz II, aspirante a la
corona de los pesos gallos. Por
exceso de peso del pgil Csar
Leal, no pudo hacer guantes con
el cubano como se haba anun-
Saul Rogovln domin a los
Yanquis a excepcin de Johnny
Mize que le bate dos Jonrones
y los Medias Blancas ganaron
por 5 carreras a 2 para termi-
nar la serle de cuatro Juegos
con dos ganados y dos perdidos.
En la primera entrada de los
Medias Blancas Nelson Fox dl
un triple y anot por fly de
Ecdle Stewart. Eddie Robinson
anot en la cuarta despus de
dar un sencillo seguido de otro
de Al Zarilla y un out de Jim
Busby. Chico Carrasquel dio un
doble en la sptima, Phll Masi
recibi un pelotazo, y Chico fu
puesto out en tercera cuando
Rogovin trat de sacrificarse,
pero Masl anot por sencillo de
Fox. Jack Kramer sustituy a
Bob Kuzava en la sptima en-
trada, despus que este haba
sustituido a Frank Shea en el
sptimo episodio.
Finaliza maana el
torneo infantil del
ftbol de Barraza
Maana finaliza el torneo de
ftbol infantil de Barraza que
dirige Temi Molina con los Jue-
Guayaquil va Tauros
2 y 30 p.m
Santander vs. Selecta
3 y 30 p.m.
Los dos partidos se efecta-
Atractiva es la
jornada que ofrece
el basketball menor
o o o
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Estados de los Equipos
Fuerza y Lus
ptica Sosa ..
Transitm i c a
Pelimex .. ..
Cela Gonzlez
Dep. Pern .... 0
Fuerte 15 .. ..
Rebeldes .. ..

Pepsi Cola .. ..2
C. Eleta ........2
Centenario .. .. 2
Bam Jr.......1
Parque Lefevre .. 1
A. Barcelano .. 1
Panamericana .. 0
El campeonato de Basketball
Masculino de Segunda Catego-
ra prosigue esta noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional con tres Im-
portantes partidos.
Fuerte 15 vs. ptica Sosa
6:45 p.m.
En el primer encuentro de la
noche, el ptica Sosa defiende
s uinvlcto a manos del Fuerte
15, equipo este que trata hoy
de entrar a la columna de los
ganadores, ya que en dos sali-
das ha sufrido dos descalabros,
mientras que sus rivales en dos
salidas han logrado igual n-
mero de rlunfos y hoy van por
su tercer xito.
Orion vs. Cela Gonzlez
8:00 p.m.
En este segundo desafio los
competidores debern ofrecer
una gran lucha, el cela se es-
forzar por mejorar su coloca-
cin, y sus contrarios que han
venido ofreciendo magnficos
partidos, lucharn por obtener
su primera victoria en la con-
Pepsi Cola vs. Carlos Eleta
9:00 p.m.
Este es el choque de mayor
Inters en la velada canastera
de hoy. ya que los dos compe-
tidores son de fuerzas parejas
y estn Invictos. Kam y Zapa-
ta sern los directores que se
vern frente a frente.
pen mundial de los pesos pesados, despus de vencer a Lee Savold ha seguido perparudosa
para la prxima pelea que celebrar en su reconquista dot el cetro pesado. Joe Louis ha sido
reconocido campen mundial por la Comisin de Boxeo britnica. El viejo bombardeador da
Detroit est dispuesto a pelear con Eaxard Charles por el titulo en el mes de Septiembre.
La Fed. de Bisbol recibi 9 peticiones
para los cargos de director y asistente del
Seleccionado Nal. que jugar en Mxico
rn en el Campo de Barrazajueg oextra
y prometen resultar movidos y
satisfactorios, ya que todos bus-
carn terminar con mejor colo-
cacin y puntuacin, especial-
mente el Selecta que si gana se
anexar el torneo. En caso de
empatar el Selecta, se producir
entonces triple empate en el
comando junto con el Inde-
pendiente y el Fuerte 25; pero
de perder el Selecta, el Fuerte
25 e Independiente se disputa-
rn entonces el campeonato en
Peritos en automotores concurren .. a
Se obtiene mes kilometraje por litro

La Sra. Sttwart-Murray da Hampstaod, Ingla-
larra, concurra: "Hoce poco empec a usar las
nuevo bujas Champion a sugestin de un amigo.
I Qu diferencial Mi auto de 1939 pareca
"flamante-tal fu la potencia que
desarroll. Adems, obtengo mucho
ms kilometraje."
Predilectas del mundo entero por ms de un cuarto de siglo
Por S. H. IVALDI J..
Al finalizar el plazo de las
peticiones para aspirante a Di-
rector y Asistente de la Selec-
cin Nacional de Baseball Ama-
teur qus nos representar en
Mxico con motivo de la XII
Serie Mundial, la Federacin
habla recibido nueve solicitu-
des enviadas por Carpi Tapia,
Carlos Alvarez, Mximo Ros,
Segundo Gutirrez, Flix Fru-
tos, Flix Aldrete. Rogelio Gar-
ca V., Carlos Boza y Antonio
Gordon K., estos deportistas
tendrn que rendir examen
prctico y terico para ser nom-
brados en dichos puestos.
Por otra parte la Federacin
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
tom la Iniciativa como coope-
rador al homenaje que se le tri-
butar al premier de los arbi-
tros de baseball d Panam Jos
Antonio Checa el 20 de Julio
en el cuadro de Barraza.
La F. N. B. A. entreg un che-
que por B.25.00 al federado Joa-
qun A. Ortega, Presidente del
Comit Pro Homenaje a Checa.
Durante el transcurso de la
semana sern nombrados los
otros miembros del Comit, se
mandarn a imprimir unos ti-
quetes para los donantes, estos
llevarn la fotografa del po-
pular Checa y la cantidad do-
nada, todo ste trabajo lo lle-
var a cabo el federado Ortega
el nico de los federados con
ms soltura para el trabajo.
Tambin se enviaron por te-
legramas, solicitud a todas las
Ligas Provinciales de la Rep-
blica que tomaron pai/ en el
Campeonato Nacional de Base-
ball, que enven a la mayor
brevedad posible a la Federa-
cin, una lista con los nom-
bre sde los Jugadores que a
su Juicio deben de representar
a esa Provincia como miem-
bros de la Preseleccln.
..... to que Ot necesita
- en
C kU I S A S
Blancas y en Colores.
Cuellos "Spread"
corto y corriente.
Diferentes Tamaos.
- adems... -
En Colores y Fantasa.
Mangas Cortas y Largas.
De Diferentes Marcas!
Diferentes colores.
Varios diseos.
'ran variedad
ene" "Reporter"
ran variedsd
Algodn Seda Rayn I
de Bao y Entrecasa.
en Seda, Algodn y Rayn I
de Fibra y de Lona, para avin.
Plaza Santa Ana
coNMRf pumas
Ultima Hora v
Se suspendi el Programa 4
Boxeo Amateur de esta -
Noche en Coln
COLON, Junio 22 (Por Naneo
Qulnteroi. El Programa -da
Boxeo Amateur anunciado para
esta noche en el Gimnasio
Everarc/.o Nez de esta ciudad,
se suspendi debido a reorga-
nizacin que sufrir dicha en-
tidad, segn os Inform hoy
el Presidente de la mencionada
Comisin seor Federico Fong.
Ya se dieron los pasos para
esa reorganizacin y es proba-
ble que a principios de la se-
mana entrante se den a cono-
cer los nombres de los nuevos
con Walls
Ba.- -: -"' .....
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con VITALIS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la
sequedad. Hgalo: Usted notar
la diferencial
... Use VITALIS. Sil, porwa
VITALIS le dar a su peinado una
elegante y cautivadora apariencia,
que le har sobresalir entre todos.
Apliqese VITALIS y confirme 1
maravilloso efecto que producel
pora que su
SPfcro >tSTin&.