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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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RAINY DAY DUTY Dressed, In rain gear, troops of the 31st Infantry Regiment cross a
makeshift bridge over a small river on the central Korean front. (Photo by NEA-Acma staff
nhotographer Jim Mealy.)________________________________________________
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
PARISIAN INTERLUDE Gowned and smiling. Margaret Truman Is greeted by French Pre-
sident Vincent Auriol (center) and Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower (left), commander of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organization's armed forces. The President's daughter attended a spe-
, clal dinner in the Palace at Paris. Half hidden behind her is veteran French statesman
Rene Pleven.
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(NEA telephoto)
WELCOME. GOOD NEIGHBOR President Truman greets
American-born Rresident Galo Plaza of Ecuador on his arrival
at Washington Airport. Plaza Is visiting the U.S. on a 10-day
state tour. In the center is Ecuadorian Ambassador Don Luis
Antonio Penaherrera.
|3 Cubans Arrested
[After Moscow Trip
HAVANA. June 21 (UP) Cu-
tan police today, announced
three Cubans were; arrested on
their arrival hornet from Mos-
Icow, where they had attended a
[Communist Party meeting.
At the airport they were
found to have Communist pro-
paganda, and Russian cigaret-
tes, coins and medals.
They are charged with at-
smptlng to upset the stability
the republic.
Puerto Ricon
Farmer Finds
Old DC-3 Wreck
MIAMI, June 23 (UP> Civil
Aeronautics Administration offi-
cials here believe a young fish-
erman has accidentally located
the wreckage of a DC-3 which
was reported missing two years
ago when bringing 28 Puerto Ri-
ca n farm workers to the United
SUtes.
The wreckage Is In a channel
about 05miles south of here.
(NEA Telephoto)
HURLEY TESTIFIES Pat-
rick J. Hurley, former Am-
bassador to China, looks
stern as he appears before
the MacArthur investigating
committee to resume his
fight against American
China policy.
Trouble Quadrupled
At Home of Striker
WORCESTER, Mass.. June 23-
(UP (Percy Richards, on strike
With fellow workers at a local
Knt. and his wife had a lot of
uble one day.
In rapid succession, a radio re-
pairman, a piano tuner, a man to
repair the washing machine and
a man to clean the yard, came to
the house. They told Mrs. Rich-
ards ber husband had sent them.
Reds Planning To Launch
'Anniversary' Offensive
All Defendants Plead Guilty In
Hungarian Trial' For Treason
EDITOR'S NOTE: The United Press applied for a
visa for an American reporter to cover the trial of Arch-
bishop Groes/ in Budapest. The Hungarian government
rejected the application on grounds no arrangements had
been made for translation of the trial proceedings for
foreign newspapermen.
The trial is being covered by the resident United
Press correspondent in Budapest, liona Nyilas, a Hun-
garian national.
Our London bureau understands that Miss Nyilas'
dispatches will not be censored, but as Is the case In
most of the Iron Curtain nations reporters can be held
responsible for everything thev write. Miss Nyilas is
telephoning her dispatches to London.
BUDAPEST, June 23 (UP)
Dr. Ala jos Pongracz, a former
Hungarian employe of the Unit-
ed States Information Service
here, today admitted he was
guilty of espionage, and that he
personally typed a document Li
which Archbishop Josef Groesz.
Hngary's ranking Roman Catho-
lic cleric, stated his Intention of
becoming Head of State.
Groesz, who replaced Josef
Cardinal Mlndszenty as Hun-
gary's prelate, and eight alleged
accomplices are on trial charged
with plotting the overthrow of
Hungary's Communist Govern-
ment.
The archlblshop pleaded
guilty yesterday. Today he sat
quietly In the courtroom with
no outward sign of emotion.
After all defendants had
pleaded guilty, the Court recess-
ed for a week.
The trial of the 64-year-old
prelate and his eight "accom-
Narcotics Addicts
Tell All At Miami
(rime Investigation
MIAMI. Fla., June 2S.(UP)A
sallow, darkhalred New Yorker
told Senate crime investigators
today he and his wife spent $150
to $180 per day on narcotics and
still owe peddlers $30,000.
The 32-year-old addict was one
of six unidentified witnesses who
described how they became
"hooked" to the nearly unshake-
able habit of using marijuana,
heroin and other narcotics.
The tall man said he had start-
ed using marijuana at 17 while
In a New York high school. But
he said he acquired the habit for
drugs when he was given mor-
phine in a public service hospl-
At the height of their craving,
he said, "my wife and I together
spent $150 to $180 per day. We
owe (the dope peddlers) $30,000"
A 23-year-old Philadelphia
youth, who said he no' longer
takes narcotics, described how he
earned $200 to $300 a week as an
automobile salesman and "spent
all I had" on heroin$30 to $50
a day.
Two former University of Mia-
mi students from New York told
how they grew 150 marijuana
plants In their back yard for
"reefer" parties at their rented
house.
One of them, a 25-year-old
graduate, said he knew "15 or 20
students" at the University who
used marijuana and had nearly
20 other friends In Miami who
took narcotics.
A Negro man and a Cuban
woman testified separately that
they obtained marijuana in Mia-
mi which they thought arrived
by banana boat and plane from
Cuba and South America.
Austin Completes
Round-The- World
Trip In 21 Days
LONDON, Jane 13 (LP8)
The British sports car which
started out from England en a
30-day round-the-world trip on
June 1 arrived back at Heath-
row Airport at noon yesterday,
nine days ahead of schedule
and later made a triumphal en-
try into the Festival of Britain
South Bank Fxhibltien.
The car, an 11 hp Austin
standard model, traversed 16
countries at an average speed
of over 64 m.p.h. The object was
to show the world that a small
British car was Just as capable
of doing "rough" stuff as bigger
oars of other makes.
plices" opened yesterday in the
drab courtroom where Robert
Vogeler. an American business
man, was convicted on espion-
age charges.
Presiding Judge Vllmos OKI
directed the courts which con-
victed Vogeler, sent Mlndszenty
to prison for Ufe.-and sen-
tenced former Foreign Minister
Laslo Rajk to death as a traitor
in 1949.
, Dr.-Paul Bozslk, a priest and
former member of parliament,
said he reclved direct instruc-
tions from the U. & legation in
Budapest to work for the re-
establlshment of the Hungarian
monarchy.
"Did they (the V. S. Legation)
promise a loan?" Judge Olti ask-
ed.
"Yes." he replied. "The Mar-
shall Plan was promised for the
country."
Those admitting guilt with
Groesi and Bozslk were:
Dr. Endre Farkas. a lawyer and
"Holy See procurator" who tes-
tified that he forwarded a de-
claration to Francis Cardinal
Spellman in New Yorw City for
Otto of Hapsburg. It said the
United Nations should recognize
the ArchblshOD as Head of State
In case a "restoration" took
place.
Dr. Laszlo Hevey. a former
chief of a ministry department.
Bozslk and Farkas also linked
two other bishops still active In
Hungary with the plot. One of
the bishops was alleged to have
forwarded confidential matter
to the Vatican through the Bel-
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 6)
Sabres, Migs
Clash Again
Over Korea
TOKYO, June 23, (UP) Thir-
ty Sabres tangled with about 16
Mlgs in northwest Korea this af-
ternoon. One Mlg was damaged
before escaping across the Yalu
River into Manchuria.
This was the sixth day this
week that Sabres and Mlgs have
staged dogfights.
It was the Red air force's cost-
liest week.
Box score is:
SABRES: Destroyed eight Mlgs,
damaged 20.
MUSTANGS: Destroyed one
Yak-9 fighter, two 11-2 attack
bombers, probably destroyed a
third 11-2 and damaged two.
United States losses were three
Sabres and one Mustang.
Previous best week's hunting
for United Nations fighters was
April 7-13, when 8abres and
Thunderjet* destroyed or dam-
aged 28 Mlgs.
In ground attack work for the
week, which featured much bad
weather and poor visibility. 5th
Air Force pilots claimed damaged
or destroyed:
Some 548 vehicles, eight loco-
motives, 125 rallcara, 150 laden
Kck animals, 47 bridges, four
nnels. 12 large ammunition and
supply dumps. 2,400 enemy occu-
pied buildings, 60 artillery and
flak posts, four tanks and 1,500
enemy troops.
'Little Leaouers'
Fund Hit? $1,111
The Little Leaguer's are less
than $4.000 short of their goal.
Two of the team'r members from
Curundu. Richie Hayden and
Bobby Best yesterday collected
$240.50 to swell the league's funds
to $1.111.34.
Record of the latest donations
are:
Previously reported . $792.62
Atlantic Bridge Club . 5.50
Balboa Bingo collection 30.22
Diablo collection 29.50
Cocoli collection 13.00
Coroza! Engineers
Branch and Curundu 240.50
Total.....$1,111.34
The fund-raising campaign Is
to send a Canal Zone Little
League baseball team to compete
In the world championship tour-
nament to begin next month in
the United States.
Third Zone Child
Injured Slightly
Running Into Car
Another minor accident in-
volving a youngster yesterday
brought this week's toll to three.
Roy Graham, 4-year-old Ame-
rican received lacerations of the
forehead when he ran across
Empire Street and struck the
right front fender of a south-
bound car. The operator of the
Ford sedan was Jose Guillermo
Trevla,
st o
took
Hospital where he was treated
and released.
No charge has been placed
against the operator. Two wit-
nesses stated that they had seen
the child run into the car.
Local Newsmen
Farewell Kindred
TOKYO, June 23 (UP) The Communists increased
their air and ground activity all along the 100-mile Korean
front last night and early this morning, in apparent pre-
parations for an assault.
There is speculation they might launch their sum-
mer offensive Monday first anniversary of the Com-
munist invasion of South Korea.
The Reds hurled five futile probing attacks against
the Allied line on the east central front, and sent three or
more bombers over the central and western fronts between
dusk and dawn.
Meanwhile United Nations field commander in Ko-
rea, Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet, declared the United
Nations "shall not be defeated" in Korea.
In an attempt to upset Red
preparations for a new offensive
United Nations troops drove
stubborn defenders from the
northern corner of the old Iron
Triangle in north Korea.
Six Superforts bombed three
Communist airfields in north-
west Korea to counter the threat
of increased enemy air activity.
They dumped nearly 60 tons of
bombs on runways and Installa-
tions.
Other Superforts and Invaders
dropped fragmentation bombs in
40 separate attacks on Commun-
ist front line positions.
The heaviest ot the five enemy
probing attacks came northeast
of Yanggu, at the head of the
Hwachon reservoir.
Using nearly 1,000 troops the
Reds forced the abandonment of
Oldtime Mover
Howard Baxter
Dies In U.S.
Howard Baxter, longtime fur-
niture mover on the Isthmus,
died June 19 In Carlyle, Pa., ac-
cording to word reaching Pan-
ama yesterday.
The Baxter Trucking Compa-
ny had served Panama for close
to 30 years after he gave up his
Canal Job in 1914.
It la Believed that Mr. Bax-
ter was about 80 years old. His
wife died two years ago while
they were still In Panama.
Since his departure several
months ago Mr. Baxter had
made his home with his daugh-
Fighting Of Rival
Unionmen Holds Up
Coast Ship Sailing
SAN FRANCISCO, June 23,
la, 28, Panamanian who Fer7~M- Maena Shockley nd!'UP) -Fighthig between rival
pped immediately a n d her husband in Tampa, Flori-; **"/' ront ""1" *nlh'
; the Graham child to Oorgas da. forced Matson Line officials to
Local newspapermen. Army and
-' P
and their wives and guests from
sp;
ll
Navy public Information officers.
both sides of the Isthmus yester-
day honored Col. Worth L. Kin-
dred with a despedida given at
the Army-Navy Club from 4 to 9
p.m.
Col. Kindred, who was Infor-
mation Officer for USARCARIB
during the past three years, will
leave Sunday for his new station
at the Air University at Maxwell
Field, Alabama.
Major Frank K. Tourtellotte. It
was announced, would be Acting
Information Officer.
delay for the second time In four
From June 1909 until March {ays the sailing of_the luxury
1914 Mr. Baxter had served as
vardmaster with the Panama
Railroad Company.
PAA Airliner's "
'Remains' Found
In Liberia
NEW YORK. June 23 (UP)
PAA announced here that the
"remains" of the missing Cons-
tellation "Republic" had been
found about four miles southwest
of the Liberian village of San-
oye. West Africa.
On a flight from Johannesburg
to New York, the Constellation
was reported mlsaln in bad wea-
ther yesterday shortly after ra-
dioing Its Intention to turn back
to Roberts Field
berla.
liner Lurllne for Hawaii.
More than 50 extra police rein-
forced the dock details to head
off members of the left wing Ma-
rine Cooks and Stewards Union
who attempted to crash the pic-
ket line established by the CIO
National Maritime Union.
The Lurllne was unable to sail
last night when an estimated 30
crewmen, members of the A Ft
Sailors Union of the Pacific, re-
fused to cross the NMU picket
line.
The Lurllne was rescheduled to
sail noon today.
Brazilian Rail Smash
Kills Six In Fog
BUENOS AIRES. June 23
Six persons were killed and 34
injured near here today when
Monrovia, Ll-1 a suburban train smashed Into
the rear of another train stop-
It carried about 30 passengers j ped by fog at Hiplito Nlrgoyen
and a crew of nine. station.
Senate Crime Probers Resort To Subpena
To Force Floridas Governor To Testify
BY FRANK EIDGE, JR. hassee said lt had not received two days of investigations in The committee announced 1
word from Warren since the sub- which the committee heard: would recommend that ex-snex-
MIAMI, Fla., June 23 (UP) pena was ordered. His office said 1. Warren say by telegram that iff Jimmy Sullivan of Miami and
The Senate Crime Committee or- the governor was still vacation- he had no knowledge of gangster gambler Martin Accardo be cited
dred Gov. Fuller Warren of Flo- Ing at an undisclosed beach re- or gambler contributions to his for contempt of Congress for re-
rlda today to appear for ques- sort. campaign nor any knowledge of fusing to answer the committees
tlonlng in Washington July 9, Legal experts In Washington out-of-state gamblers penetrat- questions.
apparently the first time a con- said there Is nothing in their files ing Florida. O Conor said his committee's
gressional group has taken such to Indicate a congressional com- 2. The disputed testimony of decision to subpena the governor
drastic action. mlttee ever has subpenaed a state an attractive blonde that her came after lt learned of a tele-
governor, but lt would "appear to racketeer ex-husband had fi- gram Warren sent to Mtaml
The summons was Issued after be perfectly constitutional." But nanceo" a pro-gambling newspa- Crime Commission President
Warren turned down three "ur- Warren told O'Conor last week per In Miami Beach ><* Younger, mentioning an al-
gent Invitations" to testify here, end that he was "not account- 3. Seven witnesses say they leged payoff to Younger in a "fat.
Committee Chairman Sen. able to your committee, to the were able to buy narcotics in Mi- brown envelope" received by
Herbert O'Conor, D., Md., closed United States Senate or to any ami. Younger "under suspicious clr-
out the Miami hearings after official or agency Of the federal 4. Mayor L. C. Boggs of Holly- cumstances."
signing the subpena, which will government for the discharge of wood, Fla., admit making $500.- "By his own statement," O'-
be served on the handsome gov- my constltutlpnal duty..." 000 In the last six years selling Conor said, "Gov. Warre has
ernor by a United 8tates mar- The dramatic announcement of septic tanks, but deny he recelv- Indicated that he has the sort ot
shal. Warren's subpenaapplauded by ed sacks full of money from gam- Information this committee Is la
The governor's office In Talla- the packed courtroomended biers, terested in."
a United Nations outpost. Short-
ly after dawn the Allies got ar-
tillery aid and the Reds f*re dis-
persed .
Two Communist planes swept
over the central front under .cov-
er of darkness today and fired
two rockets about 150 yards in
front of United Nations forward
troops near Chorwon,
One or more Red planes flew
over Seoul before dawn for the
seventh straight day. Allied an-
tiaircraft guns threw up a cur-
tain of fire and the raiders flew
off without dropping bombs.
One of the enemy bombers sent
over the Allied lines was the so-
called "bedtime Charlie," whose)
two-man crew drops mortar
bombs and fires burp guns front
the cockpit. "Charlie" looks for
Allied planes parked at Klrhpo
and Seoul City air fields.
Two other planes made qulc*
runs over the Allied front lines
the previous night. One dropped
a crude Jellied gasoline bomb,
causing no damage. It was tho
first enemy attempt to use a-
galnst the Allies one of their most
feared antl-lnfantry weapons.
The North Korean radio claim-
ed a flight of Red night bombera
set seven military trains afire at
Seoul railroad station Thursday
night.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPBK
SATURDAY. JUNE S3, 151
argo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrive*
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ..............................June 18
S.S. (hiriqui...................................! 25
S.S. Manaqui ...................................July
S.S. (hiriqui ...................................July
(Handllnr Befrlferated Chilled nd General Orto)
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.8. Cap* Avlnof ...............................Jane S3
S.S. Cape Cumberland ..........................July I
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 7
S.S. Cape Ann .................................July 15
Weekly Salting to New Vork, l.oa Angeles. San Franclaeo, Seattle
Occasional Sailing to New Orleans and Mobile. -
(The Steamer la this aarvlce arc limited to twelve *****(*)
frequent Freight Balling from Cristobal to Weat Coa.t Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui.....(Passenger Service Only)......June 16
S.S. (hiriqui ....................................July *
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S.S. "SANTA LUI8A" .............Due Cristbal, June 27th
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ............Due Cristbal, July 4th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
"SANTA MARIA" ............Sails Cristobal, June 25th
"SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal, July 2nd
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
S.8. "SANTA ELIANA" ............Due Balboa, July 5th
SJB. "COASTAL NOMAD" ..........Due Balboa, July 22nd
HUfa CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
S.S. "ANCHOR HITCH" ..........Sail Cristbal, June 28th
Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2-8556 8557 Balboa 1587 8158
The Pacific Sleam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED B ROYAL CHARTER ,l*4a
Royal Mail lines Lid.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
-Ao COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS"' (oinlts Colombia and Chile) June 29th
as. "TALCA" ....................................July 2nd
ro UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON.
HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. CORUA.
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"............,..._: August 28th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ..............................June 30th
M.V. "SANTANDER" .............................June 30th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "PAMPAS" ..................................July 7th
S.S. "DIEMKRDYK ..............................July 17th
TO UK/CONTINENT
SS. LOCH GARTH" ............................June 24th
M.V. "DURANDO""..............................July 3rd
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
'Superior accommodation available tor passengers.
All Sailing Sublet-! to Charter Without (Notice
PACIFIC SI I AM NAV CO.. Cristbal 1'rl 1654 1655
i OKI COMPANY INC. Panam Tel. 3-1257/125*: Balboa 1H
BARBER-WILHELMSEN LINE


Accepting Passengers for
NEW YORK
m. s. "TUDOR"
SAILING JUNE 27th
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON CO., INC.
Tal.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Everybody Reads Classified*1
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Netherlands
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TO THE CARIBBEAN:
HELENA ..... ...................Bef. July
BAAR ....... ....................Mid July
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
BENNEKOM ........................July 22
HELENA .........................Beg. July
PLATO .............................July U
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
CLIO ..............................June **
TO ARGENTINE, URUOUAY and BRAZIL:
DELFT ............ ...............June Z4
FIONEL ............................July 6
"EJ.8JH." CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218. S-12H
(Passenger And Freight)
BOID BROS, PANAMA CITY. -2008
(Passenrers Only)
BI.OK AGENCIES. BALBOA: 2-3718 (Freight)
Shipping & AirLine News
(Editor's Note: The following
article on Colon Is currently
being distributed throughout
the United States by Pan
American World Airways as the
second of their series on Pan-
Panama's Colon
Is Western Singapore
If there Is a Western Hemis-
phere Singapore, Panama's Colon
comes close to qualifying for that
title.
In guidebooks, Colon Is listed
as the Atlantic gateway to the
Panam Canal, as well as Pana-
ma's second city. But Colon does-
n't conform to the prosaic picture
these titles call up. On the con-
trary, Colon Is the sort of town
that would make an apt locale
for a Somerset Maugham story.
Facing broad, blue Union Bay,
Colon has the lUshness and lan-
guor of the tropics, the sounds
and scents of a port that loads
and unloads sugar, bananas, co-
pra and fresh-hewn mahogany
and sells the opulent wares of the
Orient In lncense-velled stores.
People of many complexions
and tongues walk along Colon's
tiled, arcaded sidewalks. I Car-
riages and automobiles roll-along
streets that, in the heart of town,
are punctuated with frayed parks
and lined by wooden, strlngbean-
shaped structures In need of
paint.
Colon was founded in 1852 as
the starting point of the Pana-
m Railroad. The railroad Was
begun in 1850, to capitalize on the
California gold rush. Until it was
completed thousands of 49ers
were forced to cross the Isthmus
on foot, muleback or In chairs
borne by workmen. They came to
Panama by boat and. after the
hazardous overland trip to Pan-
ama City on the Pacific coast, re-
embarked on other ships for the
voyage to San Francisco '
To build the railroad, labor
gangs were brought from the Ori-
ent, Europe and the West Indies
and Colon became famed as a
raw and brawling place with a
thoroughfare known as Bottle Al-
ley because empties were hurled
from an unbroken line of swing-
ing door saloons. But like a rake
slowed down by advancing age
and strenuous living, colon has
settled down.
Today Colon Is a busy port
Vessels from the United States
and Europe put in with mami-
i,.Mr.d 8?d3 destlned for many
Str?rl2ler,C-n P.lntS' TheV Sa
with raw producto from Central
America Chile, Peru. Ecuador
Hnl U,el.Vnd Col0Ibia. Ships
n? n t\l Lhe great concrete piers
of Cristobal, the U.S. Canal Zone
town that fringes Colon. The two
towns are as Inextricable as toe
"*"" Christopher Columbus
which Is what their coupled
names stand for In Spanish
Most tourists have trouble see-
ing more of Colon than Front
Street. It Is lined by shops filled
with the aroma and opulence of
the Far East and presided over by
white-garbed, dark-skinned Hin-
dus. Panama's low duties on lux-
ury goods make such articles one
third to one half cheaper than In
the United States.
The "buys'' in these shops are
not limited to the Orient's hand-
embroidered banquet cloths, Chi-
nese chests and teakwood screens,
and exotic mandarin coats. They
also Include French perfumes,
English china, Swedish crystal,
Panam hats, and leather goods
from Guatemala, Mexico, Colom-
bia'and Argentina.
When tourists do get around to
taking a drive around the city
they discover there are modern
residential sections edged by the
standardized Canal Zone subur-
bia.
Most reminiscent of Colon's
brash days is Bllgray's Tropic Bar
and Restaurant. It is floored In
black and white tiles, cooled by
overhead fans, panelled in black
wood ahd dominated by a maho-
gany bar. and its swinging doors
are in motion 24 hours a day. One
of the last of the brigade of Bot-
tle Alleynow sedately renamed
Balboa StreetBllgray's elo-
quently conveys to the newcomer
what Colon used to be like.
Tourist who fly to Panam
City, only 4ft hours from the Un-
ited States by Pan American
World Airways' Clippers, usually
visit Colon on one of the tours
operating out of the Panamanian
capital. The two cities are only
50 miles apart and the tour al-
ways includes sightselng the
Panam Canal. Yet Colon de-
serves a longer visit and offers
travelers excellent accommoda-
tions.
The Hotel Washington in Co-
lon is delightful and typical of
hotels built In the tropics several
decades ago. The spray of Limon
Bay, which it faces, has given it
a weathered facade which some*
how heightens rather than de-
tracts from its charm. Owned and
operated by Uncle Sam, the hotel
has an excellent restaurant,
cocktail lounge, beauty parlor,
barber shop and salt water swim-
ming pool. All rooms have private
baths. A single ranges from 14 to
$7.50. Doubles run from $6.50 to
$10. Meals are additional but one
may eat well for $4 a day.
Agenda de ViajesColon's on-
ly travel agencyoffers visitors
comprehensive and economical
tours. For example, a two-hour
trip, costing $3 per person, covers
the-slRhts of Colon: Cristobal;
Coco Solo, the US. Navy subma-
rine base; France Field, the U.S.
Army aviation field; the U.S. Ca-
nal Zone town of Margarita; and
Qatun Locks, where ships are
raised 85 feet on their trip
through the Canal to the Pacific
Ocean.
Colon is even more fun if visi-
tors are fortunate enough to
meet some of the residents. The
leisure hours of these people are
spent on the sea or cruising on
huge Gatun Lake, picnicking on
one of its many islands or visit-
ing the picturesque lakeside
towns. And meeting the hospita-
ble residents la easy if visitors
will just tarry awhile Instead of
taking a quick look at dowdy but
fascinating Colon.
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When pressure of business
forced Walter Malowan to with-
draw from tournament play a
few years ago. the sport lost one
of its most colorful competitors.
In his heyday Walter was famous
for the tight spots that he would
get himself into and for the
way he would manage to wriggle
out of them.
My favorite Malowan hand,
shown today, gives a good picture
of his coolness under fire.
Malowan held the West cards
and had to defend against the
diamond slam that had been bid
by Waldemar von Zedtwltz and
the late great P. Hal Sims. Look
It over and see what you think of
your chance to beat six diamonds.
Sims, who was playing the
hand as declarer, ruffed the
opening heart lead in dummy.
There were tricks to burn, he
saw, if he could only draw trumps
and keep the hearts from win-
ning tricks.
He led the ten of diamonds
from dummy and let it ride for a
finesse. Malowan dropped the
seven of diamonds without the
flicker of an eyelash.
Sims studied the hand intently
and wondered If East had the
rest of the diamonds. It looked
that way from Malowan's play
and from his earlier heart over-
call.
So Sims led dummy's remain-
ing trump and finessed the jack
from his hand. Thereupon Ma-
le .van produced the queen of dia-
monds and two heart tricks.;
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SATURDAY. JUNE 23. 1951
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MISS CARMEN HERNANDEZ BECAME BRIDE
OF DR. JUAN MASSOT LAST EVENING
At six o'clock last eveninf, in the National Sanctuary of
the Heart of Mary in Panama. Misa Carmen Cristina Her-
nandex. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julio Hemandes of El Can-
grejo, became the bride of Dr. Juan Massot, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Trinidad Massot of Lrida, Spain. Re. Fr. Idoate, S.J.,
officiated.
The church was decorated with
Madonna lilies sent from the Jar-
din Pujol In San Jose. Costa Rica.
Miss Olga Moya and Mr. Emi-
lio Cadet were the organists and
played the traditional wedding
marches, as well as other music
during the ceremony.
The bride who was given In
marriage by her father, was
gowned-in Ice pink satin, fash-
ioned with a high, standing lace
collar with sweetheart neckline
and lace-trimmed net yoke. Her
veil was of white illusion, held in
place by wax orange blossoms.
She carried a white prayer book
and rosary.
Miss Patricia Kenealy was the
maid of honor and the brides-
maids were Miss Doris Cardenas.
Miss Maria Consuelo Hernandez
and Miss Mary Ridge. They were
dressed In floor-length organza
gowns, each In a dliferdent shade
of blue with the maid of honor
wearing the darkest color. They
all carried bouquets of pink car-
nations from Costa Rica.
The flower girls, the Misses Ma-
ria Eugenia Isern, Tereslta Isern.
Marisel Pascual and Tereslta Vi-
la, wore white organdy dresses
with pink and blue accessories.
Dr. Osvaldo Velasquez was the
best man. Dr. Jorge Garcia. Dr.
Juan L. Correa and Dr. Carlo3
Pedreschl the ushers and Mike
Hernandez and Ferran Roquer
the ring bearers.
The bride's mother was attired
In a gown of black net with an
orchid corsage.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the Hernan-
dez home In El Cangrejo. The
wedding cake for the occasion
was made and decorated by
members of the cooking class of
the Inter American Women's
Club, of which Mrs. Julio Her-
nandez is an officer.
Mrs. Massot is a graduate of
Balboa High School and attended
the Sacred Heart Academy In
Buenos Aires, Argentina and the
Berlitz School of Languages in
Barcelona, Spain.
Dr. Massot la a graduate of the
University of Barcelona and is a
member of the staff of Santo To-
mas Hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. Massot have left
on a wedding trip to Scnta Cla-
ra, El Valle and Taboga. Her
going away costume was a tan.
princess-style dress with red and
white dotted bodice, and tan bo-
lero. She wore a red beret and
red accessories.
They will be at home after Ju-
ly 1 at House No. 20, Via Espaa.
Panama.
tain Robinson Is going to Shep-
pard Air Force Base In Texas.
Harry Sinnotts.
Give Buffet
Honoring their house guest,
Miss Virginia Llnthlcum of Ar-
lington. Va.. Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Sinnott of'Ancon entertained
65 guests at a buffet supper given
at their residence last evening.
Dr. Sutherland
Leaves for Miami
Dr. William Sutherland who has
been the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. William Kenneth Newland
of Diablo Heights, left by plane
yesterday morning for h home
in Miami. Fla. Dr. Sutherland
was best man at the wedding of
the New-lands' daughter. Mrs.
William Franklin Clary and Dr.
Clary, on June 20.
Farewell Luncheon
Held at El Panama
Mrs. John F. Flsk and Mrs.
Mary S. Pfletter were guests of
honor at a farewell luncheon held
today at the Patio of El Panama.
Mrs. Pfieffer will leave the
Isthmus In a few days to return
to the United States. Mrs. Flsk
and her children will Join her
husband early In July in Califor-
nia, where they will make their
home.
With Mrs. Flsk and Mrs. Pfief-
fer. present at the luncheon were
Mrs. J. Charles Lunetta. Mrs.
William Bell, Mrs. Ruth Drleman,
Mrs. Margaret Hallowell, Mrs.
Bessie Norton and Miss Dorothy
Lowe.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mat-
thews announce the birth of
their second son. William James,
at Gorgas Hospital on June 10.
The maternal grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Jaffray of Albrook Field. The
new baby's father, a member of
the Air Force, Reserve recalled to
active duty, Is stationed at March
Air Force Base in California.
Party at Elks' Club
Last Evening
Employes of the Panama Canal
Building Division and their wives
held a dance- and buffet supper
last evening at the Elks' Club on
La Boca Road in Balboa.
NFFE Brands Meat-Axe Cuts
Contrary To Public Interest
WASHINGTON, Junlo 23 The
National Federation of Federal
Employes, through Its President,
Luther C. Steward, today Issued
the following statement on the
action of the United 8tates Sen-
ate in voting a 10 per cent Feder-
al personnel reduction:
"The National Federation of
Federal Employes has one para-
mount Interest, namely, creation
and maintenance of the best-ad-
ministered public service m the
worlda service which at all
limes is able to carry out with the
highest degree of effectiveness
the duties assigned to it by Con-
gress and the Executive.
"The N.F.F.E. Is not now. and
never has been, concerned with
how many jobs' but solely with
Ryan-Quijano
Nuptials Tonight
Invitations have been issued to
the wedding of Miss Velma Qul-
Jano daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Julio Quijano of Panama City
and David C. Ryan. Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ryan of
Ancon. which will be solemnized
at seven o'clock this evening at
Cristo Rev Church. A reception
will follow at the Hotel Tlvoll.
Chaplain and Mrs. Bergeson
Guests at Rehearsal Dinner
Chaplain and Mrs. M. W. Ber-
geson of Farfan visited In Gatun
last evening, where they were
guests at the rehearsal dinner of
Miss Louise Zimmerman and
Harold E. Small. Jr.. whose mar-
riage will take place this evening
in the Gatun Union Church.
Political Rescuers Called
To Anti-Inflation Program
Royal Doric Club
To Hold Picnic
At Chepo July 4th
Plans were completed by the
Royal Doric Social Club of Me-
chanics for the July Fourth pic-
nic which Is slated to be held at
Chepo. The group. In their ob-
servance of the United States In-
dependence, Is going all out In ef-
fort to give Us members and
friends something rare In enter-
tainment .
The program for thp day's out-
jing will Include dancing and a
j baseball engagement between
I the Doric Nine and a team repre-
1 sentlng the Interior village where
the big event will be held.
Bus service will be provided for
ill who may indicate their will-
ingness to attend the festival.
The first deoarture U scheduled
for 7 o'clock Fourth of July morn-
ing so those who have not as yet
obtained their tickets may con-
tact anv member of the club or
see Hubert Thompson at the Pa-
cific Clubhouse.
By WARREN DCFFEE
Andre ve-Arias
Nuptials Tonight
Invitations have been Issued
for the marriage of Miss Ana Lu-
crecia Arias, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Juan Francisco Arias, to
Guillermo Andreve, son of Mrs.
Delia R. Andreve. which will
take place at eight o'clock this
evening at the Cristo Rey Church
with a reception to follow at El
Panama.
General and Mrs. Morris to Honor
the Minister of Defense of
El Salvador
The Comraander-in-Chlef. Ca-
ribbean Command. General Will-
lam H. H. Morris, Jr., and Mrs.
Morris have Issued invitations to
a dinner in honor of the Minister
o- Defense of the Republic of El
Salvador. Lt. Colonel Oscar Eo-
lanos. to be held at the Albrook
Officers' Club on June 26 at 7:30
p.m.
WASHINGTON. June 23 (UP)
The Democratic National Com-
mittee put pressure on Demo-
crats in Congress and through-
; out the nation todav to come to
i the rescue of President Tru-
i man's crippled anti-inflation
program.
Chairman William M. Bovle.
Jr.. sent a letter to every De-
mocratic senator and Con*cress-
I man reminding them of strong
anti-Inflation resolutions nas-
sed by the National Committee
and Democratic rallies in the
West.and Midwest this venr.
Boyle said those who fail to
support the President's pro-
gram "are sitting on an atomic
mice bomb with a time fuse set
I to go off on June 30" when the
I present control law expires.
At the same time he called on
50.000 partv leaders throughout
the countrv to stir up public
1 sentiment for a "strong antl-
inflation" proeram rest "nubile
j apathy" provide a victory for
the "special interests."
Boyle did not refer speclflcallv
i to the new control bills improved
! by the House and Senate Bank-
i lng Committees. Both measures
I deny Mr. Truman most of the
stronger control power he
soueht, and reduce oresent au-
thority for price rollbacks and
riptd rent ceilings.
The Senate formally took un
Its control bill vesterdav. but
ar-tual debate will not start un-
til Monday. 9unporters of the
President's .proeram promised a
hard fleht to restore some of
the powers strlooed awsv b ihe
Banking Committee. Privately,
Despedida at
Quarry Heights
The officers of Headquarters.
Caribbean Command and their
ladles entertained at a despedida
at the Quarry Heights Officers'
Club on Thursday evening in
honor of Col. Ralph P. Eaton,
USA. and Mrs. Eaton and Capt.
Floyd Robinson. USAF and Mrs.
Robinson, who are leavin soon
for new posts in ths United
States.
Colonel Eaton will be stationed
at the United States Military A-
cademy at West Point and Cap-
Fiery, Itching
Toes and Feet
Her Is a clean, utalnlew antiseptic oil
now dispensed by chemists at trifling
coat, that will do more to help you get
rid of your trouble than anything you ve
ever used.
Its action la so powerfully penetrating
that the itchlhg is Instantly stopped: and
in a short time you are rid of that both-
ersome, fiery eczema. The same Is true
r.t Barber's Itch. Salt. Rheum. Itching
Toes and Feetother Irritating unsightly
skin troubles.
You can obtain Moone's Emerald Oil
In the original bottle* at any modern
drug store It Is safe to useand failure
In any of the ailments noted above 1*
-are Indeed.
MONTEZUMA
is "tops" for
RUM & COKE!
DESTILERA
CENTRAL SA
they had little hop* of succeed-
ing.
The House is due to take up
its control bill Wednesday. There
was growing belief that both
houses mav not finish their
separate bills and compromise
the sharp differences between
the two measures by June 30
when controls expire.
That would necessitate a tem-
porary extension of the present
law, unless Congress was willing
to let controls lapse temporarily
There was speculation whether
such an extension would permit
Price Chief Michael V. DIBalle's
scheduled manufacturers' price
rollbacks to go Into effect July 2
The Senate bill would bar all
rollbacks beyond price levels of
January-February. 1951, that
had not been put into effect bv
July 1. But this assomei the
bill will be law by hen.
DiSalle has said the Senate
bill would force cancellation of
the manufacturers' rollbacks,
which he said would save con-
sumers more than $1.000.000.000
In lower prices. He has not In-
dicated whether he will go
ahead with the new manufac-
turing price regulations if Con-
gress has not finished work on
new controls legislation by
July 2.
Another plug for continuation
of a strong anti-inflation pro-
gram came today from Defense
Mobilizer Charles E. Wilson, who
warned the whole mobilization
Drogram will collapse unless
Congress extends the control
law.
In a graduation speech to the
Armed Forces Industrial College,
he said the control law "Is the
underlying charter of the whole
defense mobilization program."
"Unless Inflation Is curbed, we
face bankruptcy, dissolution and
decay realization the burning hope of
the Kremlin." he said.
Comics Go To High School
OMAHA, (UP) Comic books
are being used In Omaha high
school English classes. They're
not about gangsters or super
men. but pictorial versions of
some of Shakespeare's works and
other classics. ,
doing the whole Job well. The
N.FT.E. does not want to see one
I more person on the Federal pay-
roll than is necessary, for effec-
tive service neither one more
nor one less.
"But arbitrary cuts straight
across the board are not a
sound substitute, in the public
interest, for selectivity in mea-
sures purportedly designed for
economy.
"This is a lesson learned
through harsh experience; and it
lt Is Ignored now the effects will
be felt with even heavier Impact
than In the past because of the
grave national emergency and
the immense burden of responsi-
bility which lt has placed upon
so many agencies of the Federal
Government.
"Members of Congress them-
selves recognize the imsoundness
of per centage across-the-board
reductions in personnel without
regard to agency or duties per-
formed .
"The 'meat-axe' approach
has been invoked by Congress
because too many Federal ad-
ministrators have failed to car-
ry out this phase of their ad-
ministrative function vigorous-
ly and courageously. The prob-
lem thus has been dumped In-
to the lap of Congress, where It
does not belong.
"But lt must be emphasized
that administrative lneptness In
this regard Is no excuse for Con-
cessional action- which In the
final analysis would prove even
more costly, and certainly more
destructive in this time of grave
crisis, than the existing situa-
tion.
"There Is a tremendous popu-
lar attractlo'ruabout an arbitrary
horizontal reduction In person-
nel. But experience has shown
I conclusively that this kind of an
approach will be very expensive'
in the long run in hamstring-
ing vital services, uneven distri-
bution of workload, loss of trained
personnel. Increased difficulty in
recruitment of qualified employ-
es and later. In the inevitable re-
building process.
"Business and industry do not
cut personnel across-the-board.
They cut where studies Indicate
cuts should be made, selectively;
they add where surveys give evi-
dence of understafflng.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
CHIN. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal E.
Lini of Colon, a daughter, June
20 at Colon Hospital.
FORD, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph of
I.p Boca, a son. June 20 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
Deaths
JORDAN. Robert, 81, of Chiva
Chiva, at Gorgas Hospital, June
20.
REID, Susan. 83. of Panama, at
Gorgas Hospital, June 20.
Pearl Trim Upsets Jim Rifey In
Juvtnia Watch Golf Tournament
FOOT ITCH
Athletes Fool
Do your ft-1-1 It. h, bllatsr, man.
crack. pel nd bleed so bad they nearly
drive, you craiy? The real caua of thla
ailment, which la called Athlete's Foot.
(AlipuAga) Singapore Itch, etc., la a
fungus, germ or paraalts (hat burrowa
deep down In the akin. Don't worry and
don't Buffer another day without trying
Nixodarm. Thla great medicine gett
right down through the akin and geta
rid of the real cause of your trouble.
That', why Nixodarm work* ao faat to
!lve you a aoft, smooth, clear akin on
oot, face or body. Alao great for crotch
Itch. Kcsema and other skin troubles.
Uit Nixederm from your druaslat today
In the feature match of the
iwek Pearl Trim upset Jim Riley
2 and 1 In the Juvenia Watch
Handicap Golf Tournament at
|Summlt Hills Golf Club. Pearl
I was three strokes over her own
course record at the end of the
round. Jim shot a 77 to go down'
'In defeat.
Other udsj of the weej
Pearl Trim vs. Jasper St*
Gene Hochstedler v
Whitney.
Bill LeBrun vs. Jar*
Paul Moran vs. CiT
ley.
Harry Will-
Thompson,
Maurt
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cfur ijiiiii ntxl dinner parly,
display youi good latir proudly OClXVC.
SPARKLING RHEING0LD
Its sparkling, rich flavor will
delight the palate.. .your guests
will appreciate the compliment!
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CIA. DIER8 ft ULLRICH, 8.A.
Coln and Panam.
ANGELINI Panam
THAT'S STABILIZATION
ST. LOUIS fUP)Sen. James
P. Kem. R.. told this one during
a report here on what's going on
in Washington:
He said one of his office staff
told him she was quitting because
she had been offered better mon-
ey elsewhere.
When he asked where she was
going, she replied, "the Wsge
Stabilization Board."
MAKE
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(from The Panam American of Tuesday, June 6th)
It looks as though the Summit Hills Sweatei Girl may turn but
to be a GIRL after all! At any rate, we have started polishing up &
beautiful 18 kt. gold LADIES JUVENIA tfristwatch. in view of last
Sunday's play! We can't feel too sorry for Jim Riley because het
has already won the JUVENIA watch awarded to the medalist and
JUVENIAS are such good watches that no man needs TWO... so
we're glad to see Pearl doing her part'to share the wealth!
MERCURIO at 141 Central Avenue, is the exclusiva
representative of JUVENIA watches for Panam and the
Canal Zone and we wish to call your attention to the fact
that all our JUVENIAS are much less expensive here than
in the States.
Only the best jewelers sell JUVENIA, so you have the
added assurance of their good name when buying a watch.
When you buy a watch, buy a good one buy a JUVENIA.
fverfooy ffeads Classified

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people you know and likethe background of
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Vol ou Vent Financiere. .. $1.00
Tournedoes of Beef..... 1.50
Ctuntilly Potatoes ? r > ?
Fresh String Beans '
Sliced Tomatoes
Boston Cream Pie
Coffee Tea Beer

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e Manhattan Old Fa
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SATURDAY. JUNE SI. 1951
Reynolds Pitches Yankees Back Into
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Government Hoop
League To Be Close
Hard-Fought Race
GOVERNMENT HOOP LEAGUE
(Team standings as of Junr 20)
Team* Won Lost
Paquetes.......... 1 B
Balboa Gym........ 1
Ciirundu.......... 1
Bugles........... 0 1
Los Rancheros...... 0
Bombers.......... 0 1
With the completion of the first
three games. It looks like any-
body's title In the Government
Basketball circuit. The first two
games were very close all the way
'rind the third came was won only
in the last quarter.
The first game, which was
layed on June 18 in Balboa Gym.
rought together Larry Jone's
Paquetes and Jack Baldwin's Ea-
fles. It was a see-saw affair until
he filial minutes when the Pa-
s jjuetes spurted ahead U> win 35-
80 Higli scorers for tile Paquetes
Were team captain Larry Jones
with 13 and Ted Melansori with 8.
High scorers for the Eagles were
Riet with 9 and Baldwin and
Wantovani with 8 each.
3- The second game on June IB
-as even a closer match. Los
gancheros, captained by Bill Car-
jhi were just soueezed out by Paul
^Carst's Balboa Gym team, 41-38.
At the end of the first half Los
lancheros led 19-12, but from the
Sbeginning of the second half, the
a!boa Gym boys settled down
|nd proceeded to pull ahead.
However, in the final minutes
he Ranch hands were making a
bid and were creeping up when
the curtain fell. High scorer for
isalboa was Fred Rayboume with
B. fie was beautifully set up by
Paul/guUlM. Jerrv HaYri'l and
Bill DelaMaler. and per -j most
pi the shots he took,
. For Los Rancheros, the out-
tanding scorer was GerrarrJ
Itilch with 12. Roe Winfrey was
I treat help to the team in con-
lolling the ball at both baskets
and setting up shots, while at the
feme time he scored seven points
Himself.
J; The thjrd game, plaved on June
-0 was Curundu under Mr. Plaia.
feud Charles Brown's Bombers.
This game started as a nip and
jAick affair, but Curundu's fast
feak In U*e second half was en-
"8|;'-tPle the Bombers bv a
,p-45~rnllfein. Sparrow, Donahue
and Piala were high scorers for
Curundu. with 18, 14 and 10
holms in the same order. For the
eBembers Joyce hit the target for
* ojg 17 points by far the best of
the crew,

[! From this angle, it still looks
Ike a close race all the way to
3he title, as was predicted before
Hhe season opened. The six teams
*re getting a good player turn-
out and competition is keen but
Jijean. Let's keep it that way
Jftoere is a game everv week day
evening beginning at 4:46 in Bal-
3wa Gymnasium.
THIS IS THE LIMITHer-
man Schneider, 83, does not
have to go 100 miles or more to
fish. Schneider display, his
usual daily catch of more than
100 perch, taken from Lake
Michigan, smack dab in Chi-
cago. The veteran's normal
fishing day starts at 5 a.m. and
ends at 6 p.m. (NEA)
Two Dunlop Tennis
Tournament Matches
Set For Tomorrow
Two matches In the Dunlop
Tennis Tournament are sched-
uled for tomorrow morning. At
8:30 George Maduro meets Myron
Fischer and at 9:30 Arturo Ma-
duro takes on Ernesto Piate.
The winner of the G. Maduro-
Fischer match meets Webb Hearn
next week in one of the semifinal
matches. The winner of the A.
Maduro-Pinate match meets Ju-
lio Pinilla next week in a quar-
ter-final contest with the victor
of the quarterfinal clashing with
Bill Hele in the second semifinal
match.
In matches placed thjj week.
Hearn eliminated George Motta
6-3. 8-3. Hele eliminated Ruiz
Vernaccl 6-0, 6-0. Pinilla van-
quished Frank Hladky 6-3 6-3,
and George Maduro stopped
George Howeij a-3, 8-2.
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Pedro Miguel Boat
Club To Hold Annual
Fourth Of July Racei
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club
will hold its traditional boat raes
again this Fourth of July, offi-
cials announced.
A number or prizes will be
awarded.
The affair will be open house at
the Boat Club. Boat rans. how-
ever, are urged to come early and
get a good location for viewing
the day's events.
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Johnny Mac-Hammond Match
'Gamboa Invitational'Feature
The quarter finals In the PAA
Invitational this week end bring
together two outstanding goiters
in the persons of Johnny Mac-
Murray, leading amateur and
Buddy Hammond, Fort Amador's
popular professional. Buddy is
the last of the pros remaining in
the tournament and he must pass
the supreme test this week end to
reach the finals. Both men are
extremely steady under fire and
it wouldn't be surprising if a new
course record were established In
this match. Johnny holds the
present record with a 67 and may
have to repeat or better it to sub-
due Hammond. In any case, this
match should attract a large gal-
lery.
Charlie MacMurray vs. Chan-
deck will not attract the follow-
ing of the major match, but is ex-
pected to produce some good golf.
Charlie's defeat of Macarrn has
boosted his morale so that he'll
be hard to beat. Chandeck show-
ed hi his match last week that he
is a skillful match player and ca-
6able of causing trouble for the
est.
Another match that may upset
predictions is Lewter vs. Corsale.
Many pick Crsale because of his
low scores in the last two match-
es, but Lewter believes that each
match js a new problem and pre-
vious scores are no criterion of
what will be shot under the new
conditions. Lewter la skillful and
Al must play his best to win.
Oerrans vs. Gallndo is another
good match. "Doc" is steady and
stubborn and has played well ri-
der stress. Gallndo is aggressive
and dexterous. His previous
matches were won decisively
This one will depend on the
breaks- and could easily go extra
holes for decision.
FIRST FLIGHT: Spain vs.
Starrett should go to Starrett.
Spain wUl dp his best, but Star-
f ?ame ls t0 Kd- Smith vs.
Hochstedler will be a close one.
Jack is steady but remains un-
ruffled during play. Gene can
play superior golf on occasion.
This may be the occasion. Muller
vs. Richmond can also be close.
The odds are in favor of Muller,
but Richmond can cause him
trouble, g. Riley vs. Murray
should go to Rlley. Murray is a
long hitter and will try hard but
Qeorge is too tough
SECOND FLIGHT: o. Gallndo
vs. Euper is a good match but Eu-
Eriii Kh0ul? wln; Day vs- LeBrun
h. 1 of.r, t .ne-Frank is tou8h
but Bill is playing better in each
match; Gardner vs. P. Engelke
should go the full distance for
SWfSft bt if Paul is hitting his
shots Gardner will be eliminated
Bubb vs. Hunsicker brings toge-
mOL ^vLd. camPa'Rners with
Bubb picked to win.
is2iffirD FUGHT: Durham vs.
Medlnger can go either way with
the entire eighteen holes reqlr-
v w *. ther *?. wtn Heldenrich
wnJ^rlght wlU be clMe-
Wright can play good golf, but he
has an aggressive opponent who
Plays hard to win; P. Riiey VS
Crabb are evenly matched. Pete
b coming back after a layoff and
r?a8hnH0tt yet h" * strlde- whe
crabb is a stubborn opponent
ho does best under pressure;
Robinson vs. Worley may require
extra holes. Both are good m'atch
players who at times play better
k. U-u.aL,f the conditions of
their match require It
FOURTH FLIGHT: Stroop vs
Morland will be youth against ex-'
Casa Fastlich
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American League
Teams-
Chicago......
New York ....
Boston......
Cleveland .. ..
Detroit......
Washington.
Philadelphia ..
St. Louis......
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National League
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at New York.
Detroit at Washington.
St. I.ouis at Philadelphia.
Chicago at Boston.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Chioago............... 5
Boston.............. 6
(Night Game)
Cleveland............ 0
New York............ 7
(Night Game)
Detroit.............. 7
Washington.......... 3
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ a
Philadelphia.......... 5
Team*
Brooklyn.
New York ..
St. Louis. ..
Boston ..
Cincinnati ..
Philadelphia
Chicago.. ..
Pittsburgh..
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.. 25
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Brooklyn at Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
New York at Chicago.
Boston at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Boston .. ,........... 8
St. Louis............ 7
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... *
Cincinnati........... 3
(Night Game)
Brooklyn 010 003 3018 13 0
Pittsburgh 013 000 0004 11 3
Branca. Erskine (4i. King (7-3)
(6) and Campanella; Pollet, Wllks
(0-11 (7),LaPalme(8i andGara-
giola.
(16 Innings)
New York 000 5J0 000 39 12 0
Chicago 030 001 002 06 II 1
Mage. Spencer (4-1) and Weg-
trum. Noble; Kllppsteln, MoLish,
Leonard <4-2i and Edwards.

Joe Brbaro Offers Free
Children's Golf Classes
JOE BRBAROSports......
Joe Brbaro, professional at
the Brazos Brook Golf Club, is
again offering free golf lessons
to children during the school va-
cation.
This golf clinic will commence
at "Brazos Brook on Tuesday, June
26th. at 10 a.m. and boys and girls
of all ages are welcome irrespec-
tive of whether or not their par-
ents are members of the club.
Joe Intends to conduct these
golfing classes twice a week pro-
vided the youngsters show suffi-
cient Interest. A vote will be tak-
en at the opening class to decide
the days of the week on which
these clinics should be held
throughout the school vacation.
This Is a wonderful opportuni-
ty for the youngfolk and par-
ents are urged to cooperate by
arranging to take a turn in pro-
viding transportation for their
sons and daughters to and from
the course.
The classes are expected to last,
for a period of one and a half
hours and when they are over the
children will be granted the fac-
ilities of the Brazos Brook Club-
house until such time as they
wish to return home.
Golf is like every other game,
those who commence playing at
an early age have the best chance
of success. Joe Brbaro is giving
his time and experience without
any charge whatsoever and it is
expected that many youngsters
will jump at this golden opportu-
nity of starting a. golf career with
the advantage of professional
tuition.
Fight Dope
SANTIAGO. Chile. June 23
(UP) World Featherweight
Champion Sandy S'.ddlrr
knocked out Mario Salinas,
Chilean lightweight champion,
in the fifth round of their
scheduled ten rounder last
night.
perience. Morland's calm persis-
tent play should win: Livingston
vs. Boran will be close with Boran
having the edge; Berry vs. Juan
de la Guardia should go to Ber-
ry; B. Engelke vs. Slaughter can
go either way with Slaughter
having a slight edge.
The Tournament Committee
extends an invitation to all golf
enthusiasts to come to Gamboa
and follow any matches desired.

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Pico, Diaz II
Bout Winner
To Get Trophy
The winner of the Black Pico-
Juan Diax II bout tomorrow night
at the Colon Arena will receive a
beautiful trophy donated by Min-
ister of Public Works Norberto
Navarro.
Pico and Diaz yesterday wound
up their training schedule in per-
fect condition. Because of the big
pull Diaz is expected to have in
the weights, many fans will be
backing the t'ulonite.
A memorable battle Is expected
to be staged by these two classy
little men. Pico, hard-hitting
boxer-fighter, is given a slight
edge in the betting by the experts
over the speedy boxing master
Diaz.
A large crowd is anticipated to-
morrow because this day also
happens to be Knights of St.
John's Day and the Knights will
be going over to Colon "en-
masse."
The two six-round semifinals
and four-round preliminary will
give the fans a perfect night of
boxing. The semifinals should be
humdingers.
Hard-hitting Perky Perkinson
takes on the equally power
punching Steven Bennett. They
clash at a 136-pound limit. The
other sub-feature is between styl-
ist Byron Cumberliatch and Les-
lie Thompson. These boys clash
at a 118-pound limit.
The four-round preliminary
will be between Babv Eastman
and Al Stewart at 126 pounds.
Margarita Swim
Classes Changed
Jt has been necessary to re-
schedule the swimming classes at
the Margarita Gymnasium. Be-
ginning Monday. June 25, class-
es will be conducted on the fol-
lowing schedule:
Monday Morning: Beginners
Classes; Intermediate Classes.
Tuesday Morning: Beginners
Classes; Swimmers Classes; Life
Saving Classes.
All children registered for
classes win leave from the Mar-
garita Gymnasium at 8:00 a.m.
of the day on which their class ls
scheduled.
Allie Blanks Indians 6-0
While Bosox Nip Chisox
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 23 Allie Reynolds boosted the
Yankees back into pennant contention with a six-hit 6-0
victory over the Indians while the White Sox dropped a
6-5 decision in Boston.
No Pacific Side Hoop
Garnet Tomorrow Night
The Pacific Side Basketball
League announced today that
the regular weekly Sunday
night games at the Balboa Gym
will not be held tomorrow be-
cause of the scheduled local ap-
pearance at the Panam Gym
of the internationally famous
Harlem Globetrotter.
This left the Yankee two and
one-half game behind the White
Sox. Reynolds won his second
straight shutout and his third of
the year and got timely hitting
support from Jerry Coleman and
Gene Woodllng. .
Coleman drove In three runs
with two singles and also contri-
buted a sensational stab of a low
liner by Luke Easter which stop-
ped a budding Cleveland threat
In the fourth Inning. Woodllng
got a double, two singles and a
walk and scored three times.
Bobby Feller, who was after
his eleventh victory, suffered
his second defeat Instead. Rey-
nolds' victory was his seventh.
The Red Sox handed Randy
Gumpert Ms first defeat of the
year with Vern Stephens' two-
run homer which sparked a three
run Boston fifth Inning.
Chicago threatened later, cut
ting Boston's 6-? margin on an
eighth Inning rally in which Don
Lenhardt singled and Jim Busby
doubled to drive In two runs.
Mel Parnell. with relief help
from Ellis Kinder, won his eighth
game, It was Gumpett's first loss
after seven straight wins.
Detroit, again getting good
hitting, made six runs in the
first inning off ex-Yankee
Fred Sanford and beat Wash-
ington 7-S with Ted Gray scor-
ing his third victory. George
Kell and Dick Kryhoski paced
the Tigers with three hits
apiece.
Gus Vemlal hit two home runs
while batting in three for the vic-
tory margin as Alex KeUner
pitched a steady nlne-hlttt to
give the Athletics a 5-2 decision
over the Browns. Kellner struck
out five batters In winning his
fifth game.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Cardinals scored a run In
the ninth on a bases loaded! fly
ball by Nippy Jones but the rally
fell short and the Braves edged
them 8-7 at St. touts.
The Reds snapped a three-
game winning streak of the Phil-
lies 3-2 as Harry Perkowskl, with
relief help from big Frank Smith,
won his second game in as many
starts. "
He allowed only four hits, ons
a homer by Andy Semlnick, until
a triple by Eddie Waltkus and a
single by Richie Ashburn put tho
winning run on base.
Smith came on and stopped
things by fanning three Phils i
among the five he faced- A two I
run single by Grady Hat ton was ,
the big blow for Cincy.
The Dodgers came from behind
with three-run rallies in th
sixth and seventh innings to de-
feat the" Pirates 8-4 in a game
delayed first by electric power"
failure and later by rain.
Jackie Robinson hit a ninth In-
ning bases empty homer as re-
liever Clyde King won his sev-
enth game of the season.
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MISS PATRICIA GEDDE8
WEDS MR. GEORGE FLORES
In a candlelit;ht ceremony at the Church of the Holy
Father, Mies Patricia May Gsddet, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Robert Geddei of Cristekal. plifhted her troth to George Flo-
res, son of Mr. John Florei, alio of Cristobal. The ceremony
took place at seven o'clock Friday, Jane 22, with Reverend
E5U98 ZfoSSr ",ietatu* *wnce"
The deep green of palms form-
ed a background for arrange-
ments of white agapanthus which
were used on the altar and In
white cornucopia baskets on tall
white standards. Candles were
used on the altar and In standing
candelabras. Tulle and agapan-
thus tied the pews.
The traditional wedding march-
es were used, and Mrs. Marguer-
ite Schommer sang Schubert's
"Ave Maria," and "Mother At Thy
Feet Is Kneeling."
The lovely young bride was es-
corted and given In marriage by
her father. She wore a gown of
White organdy over taffeta. The
fitted bodice was fashioned with
a high rounded neckline finished
with a Peter Pan collar. Olpure
lace edged the collar and outlined
the silhouette of the taffeta bo-
dice. The sleeves were full leg-o'-
mutton type, with covered but-
tons trimming the fitted section
from elbow to wrist. Buttons also
formed a finish for the closing of
the back of the bodice. The full
ballerina length skirt was finish-
ed with a ruffle edged with the
lace. The fingertip veil of illu-
sion was also edged with match-
ing lace, and was held in place
with an organdy and lace band.
Brie carried a nosegay bouquet of
white roses tied with lace net rlb-
b0" nd having a ribbon shower.
i88 eHIen KlMam w th>
m*' j ?w {,Dlue organdy and foilow-
!d.tn.e 'In* of the bride's dress.
It had short sleeves and she wore
?* aty mtt*' i,nlh-> with ruf-
fles She wore a matching organ-
tL^dneaa and carried a nose-
gay of yellow rosebuds
1..5S!? i?in.ne Cteddes was the
JtUrm ter. 8he wore a yellow organdv
'. m",tch,th maid o hon-
or, with a similar headdre*. Her
flowers were a nosegay ef blue
hydrangeas centered with"veHow
rosebuds.
Rehearsal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmer-
man, of Gatun, entertained at
the Elks Club last eevnlng with a
dinner party, preceding the re-
hearsal at the Gatun Union
Church, for the wedding of their
daughter, Miss Louise Zimmer-
man to Mr. Harold E. Small, Jr.
The guests Included the mem-
bers of the wedding party. They
were: Captain and Mrs. Walter T.
Eason of Fort Kobbe, Chaplain
and Mrs, Merle Bergeson of Far-
fan, Miss Judy Amonds, Mr. and
Mrs. Burt W. Watson, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Genis, and Mr. and Mrs.
Gardner Hayes.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaufer, and
Miss Nancy Kaufer were the din-
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. An-
drew Whitlock Thursday evening.
Mrs. Kaufer and her daughter
are sailing netx week by the Ma-
ersk Line for California. They
will visit another daughter, and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Cochrane in Ban Francisco. In
the fall Miss Kaufer will enter
8an Jose State College at San Jo-
se, California.
Change of Address
Mr. and Mrs. James Coman and
children, Julia Ann. Billy and
Jimmy, have moved from Gatun
to Albrook Field.
Mr. Coman has returned to ac-
tive duty as a lieutenant with the
U.8. Air Force. He served in this
branch during World War II and
was Interned In Sweden after be-
ing shot down over Germany. He
has been employed by the Gatun
Locks and last winter was sent
to Washington, D.C., as one of
the winners of the competitive
examinations for training In ad-
ministrative work.
ourses in Combat Engineering
and Military Police service.
Music was furnished by the
30th Army Band.
Lockmaster's Service Is
Longest In Retiring Group
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Surprise Bon Voyage Party
8arah Barfleld gave a surprise
bon voyage party at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
Barfleld, Thursday evening, to
honor Barbara Thrift before her
departure Friday for a States va-
cation.
The girls present Included Judy
Malcolm, Carol Newhard, Leticia
Young. 8hirley Keepers, and
Alice and Diane Hannlgan.
A gift of Jewelry was given the
nonoree by her friends.
Eight Canal-Railroad employ-
es will retire from the organiza-
tion at the end of June after pe-
riods of service that range from
eight to 35 years.
The retiring employes, their po-
sitions and periods of" service,
are:
Clinton J. Atkinson. Car In-
spector In the Railroad Division.
24 jears, seven months and 28
Sergeant Lewis, a native of
Franklin. New Jersey, was em-
ployed as a Canal Zone police-
man Matoh 8. 11. He had been
employed for about 13 years in
New Jersey before coming to the
Isthmus and had been a police-
man in Wharton, New Jersey for
about five years of that period.
He was first employed at Balboa
was transferred later to Pedro
fn^Mr^VU H0oper was best ma"
ror Mr. Flores and Mr. Robert La-
Porta and Mr. Hubert Pretto were
the groomsmen.
/.J606^1?.11 ior the members
or the wedding party and rela-
tives was held at the Geddes res-
idence following the ceremony
Mrs. Geddes received with her
daughter and the members of the
party. She wore a figured, rose
memberg cocktail dress with
-t1efailciesl'les and a corsage
of baby fchlds.
Mrs. Loretta Geddes, grandmo-
ther of the bride, wore a gray silk
dress with white, accessories and
a corsage of Vaiida orchids
The bride's table held the tra-
ditional ^ three-tiered wedding
cake topped. with a bride and
groom and encircled with coffee
roses. Tall White tapers In double
crystal holders completed the
decorations. Mrs. Mllo Klssam
was in charge of the bride's book,
Mrs. Joseph Coffin and Mrs. Hen-
ry DeRapp with the serving, and
Mrs. Robert LaPorta served the
bride's cake. >
Later in the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Flores left for the Pacific
side where they will be guests at
Hotel El Panam. Upon their re-
turn they will reside at House
39-K. Gatun.
Mrs. Flores was a popular and
prominent [member 0f the June
graduating class of Cristobal
High School. Mr. Flores graduated
from the same school in 1947 and
Is now employed bv the Canal
Zone Fire Department.
Cristobal Star Club
Meeting
The regular meeting of the
Cristobal Star Club was held
Thursday evening at the Cristo-
bal Masonic Temple, with Mrs.
Olga Roe, Mrs. Estelle McLaln,
and Miss Grace Williams as host-
esses.
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hamilton
and their children, Kay and Rob-
ert, sailed Friday for a visit In
New York. Washington and Win-
chester and Sheffield. Illinois.
They plan to return early in Sep-
tember. ^
Before their departure they
Tu ti? ta.'ned by Mr and M's.
J. h. White for dinner, and with
cocktai.is by Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
eelle Grlngoire, and a bon voy-
age dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Nor-
man Davlson.
Reverend H. L. Bell sailed Fri-
day on a business trip to New
,? nd },hertcltl" in the vici-
nity. He will return In July.
Dr. and Mrs. Howard D. Prlt-
ham and children, Freddie, An'
drew, and Charles, are en route
to Moosehead Lake, Maine for a
three-month vacation.
n,ilroan Mrs- Wallace Thrift,
hi,,/8!1.1". GeorK1 and Florida
Wasn!ndgrtonn8 t0 Ca",0rnia and
emIZ\%a^'F*iM and sons.
f,dmm0. d,,0hnny wlu sPend the
E? Oh,oWU1' relat'Ve6 ln Jef'"-
day- | Miguel. He Was promoted to ser-
John C. Buchele. Architect in ; geant ln November 1926 and was
the Engineering Division, 24 I placed ln command of the Pedro
years, eight months and 15 days. | Miguel Sub-Station. He assumed
Herman C. Oroschup. Lock Qp- i the same position at Gamboa in
erator, Machinist, at Pacific! July 19j7. Sgt. and Mrs. Lewis
Judge Orders Reds
To Jail; lews tf
Their Lawyers Out
WASHINGTON, June 28 (UPl
JSE Court Justice Robert
frt th. ,^n yest1e!av refused to
Parv H.nvlcted Communist
Party leaders remain free on
bail until their request for a re"
n'ext "aV1 '^ C"Se U dec,ded
Mrs. Kenneth Forrest, presi-
dent, conducted the business
meeting, after which cards were
& ffir>55? WeTter? me^V/of^e ESS
velt, and Mrs. Gladys Humph- ^n'Zi^u^ ^y^)%
"The-other .member, who at-1SupVm^'con fitol^M6
tended were: Mrs. Irma Jefferles, case will be maiiM ?n wJaU'1\
Mrs. Margaret Crone. Mrs. Ma- District Courl ?n New York
thllda Neeley, Mrs. Lauray Wray, The party- leader were JL
Mrs. Aurelia Hadarlts, Mrs. Flor- victed in New York In 1949 ni
ence Demon Mm. Marilyn Marsh, conspiring to teach and ad
Mrs June May and Mrs. Marie vocate the overthrow-of the sovI
I emment by violence. The Su-
preme Court upheld their con-
Graduation At
USARCARIB School
An Informal graduation was;
held in the main academic build-
ing of the USARCARIB School
on Friday.
The invocation and benediction
were given by Chaplain (Captain)
John H. Donovan, and Captain
Jose M. Nieves, Chief of the Mili-
tary Police Dlvlalon of the school,
made the introductory remarks.
The Commandant, Colonel James
W. Pumpelly, gave the main ad-
dress and distributed the diplo-
mas.
Five nations were represented
among the graduates. These in-
cluded: Bolivia, Costa Rica. Gua-
temala, Panam and the United
'States. The students completed
viction June 4.
Jackson granted a stay of sen-
tence however, to five lawvers
who defended the Communists.
The lawyers were ruled ln con-
tempt of court for their unrlv
conduct during the nine-month
rial, and have been sentenced
to jail terms ranging from one
to six months.
Jackson said the lawyers may
stay free until the High Court
Locks, 31 years, seven months
and 17 days.
Sergeant Harry J. Lewis. Police
Division at Gamboa, 38 years,
three months and 23 days.
Edward B. Pearson, Assistant
Commissary Manager at Gam-
boa. 35 years, nine months and
16 days.
Newell N, Shaw, Lockmaster at
Pacific Locks. 35 years, seven
months and 26 days.
Captain Charles O. Wilson, Ca-
nal Pilot at Cristobal, eight years
and eight months.
William C. Webber, Operator-
Dispatcher in the Electrical Divi-
sion, 28 years and eight months.
Mr. Atkinson was born in Don-
gola. Virginia and worked in
Richmond as conductor and car-
man for about 12 years before
coming to the Isthmus. He was
employed as carman In the Me-
chanical Division November 3,
1926. He was promoted to car In-
spector In January 1945 and re-
mained in that position until his
retirement. Mr. and Mrs. Atkin-
son plan to leave July 6 on the
S.S. Ancon and will go to Buck-
ingham County, Virginia, to make
their home.
Mr. Oroschup was bom in
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania, and
was employed there as a machin-
ist for about ten years before
coming to the Isthmus. He was
employed as a machinist In the
Mechanical Division May 8, 1919,
and remained ln that position
until June 1922 when he was
named locomotive towing opera-
tor at Pedro Miguel the follow-
ing April. He remained In that
position throughout his Canal
service. Mr. Oroschup will remain
on the Isthmus until the latter
part of August. He plans to tra-
vel in Central America for some
time and has not decided upon
the choice of a future permanent
home.
plan to leave July 27 on the S.S.
Ancon. After visiting for a short
time ln New Jersey, they plan to
live In Florida.
Mr. Pearson, a native of Jer-
sey city, was employed as book-
keeper and salesman ln New
York and New Jersey for about
ten years before coming to the
Isthmus. He was employed Sep-
tember 9, 1915, as a commissary
assistant at Ancon. He was pro-
moted to assistant commissary
manager in October 1920 and re-
mained in that position through-
out his period of service. He has
worked at the commissaries In
Cristobal. Camp Blerd, Ancon. La
Boca and Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson plan to remain on the
Isthmus for about a month io\r
lowing his retirement and have
not decided where they will make
their future home.
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rules on the Communists' request
for a rehearing of their case.
This presumably was so the at-
torneys could continue to handle
the cases of the 11 Red leaders.
The Communists were given
five year jail terms except Rob-
ert o. Thompson, who drew a
three year sentence because of
his war service. Thev also were
find $10.000 each.
Jackson denounced what he
called the "stupidest kind of tac-
tics" by the Communists to
make "drives upon the. judge."
Mr. Shaw was born in Mans-
f.eld. Massachusetts and was em-
ployed as cablespllcer for about
five years ln Mansfield and Bos-
ton before coming to the Isthmus.
He was employed October 4,1913
as a cablespllcer for the Isthmian
Canal Commission at Pacific
Locks. He was transferred to the
Electrical Division In April, 1915
and about four years later, re-
turned to the Locks Division as
locomotive towing operator at
Pacific Locks. In February 1922,
he returned to the United States
where he was employed for about
two years. Reemployed as loco-
motive towing operator at Pacific
Locks, he was named Junior con-
trol house operator In November
1935 and also served as relief mo-
tion picture operator for the
Clubhouses. He was named lock-
master in April 1949. Mr. and
Mrs. Shaw left about the end of
May and are living in Fayette-
vllle, Arkansas.
Captain Wilson, a native of
Washington. D.C.. was employed
as probationary towboat master
November 1, 1942. He served as
third officer to chief officer on
Westerman 8teamahlp Corpora-
tion vessels from 1933 to 1941 and
came to the Isthmus In Novem-
ber, 1941, He served for a short
time as tugboat master for the
Department Engineer before his
employment by the Canal. He
became pilot-in-training for the
Canal In January 1944, and was
named pilot in July 1945. Captain
Wilson plans leave about July 4
./es upon the.judge" 1"7"'U, *""Y* VT'f """" *ul* *
He told a Senat/ subcommittee *na will make his home ln Costa
i...j i__i. _*..,. Rica.
he had received a flock of tele-
grams all identically worded
urging him to grant ball to
the Communists and their law-
yers.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) T. G.
Bennett Is wondering about a
postcard he received. It had rila
name and address but nothing
else written on It.
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Mr. Webber, a native of Blacks-
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switchboard operator at the Ga-
tun Hydroelectric Station. He
had been employed ln the same
position for seven years ln Geor-
gia. Pennsylvania and Peru be-
fore coming to the Isthmus. He
served as switchboard operator
at the Gatun Hydroelectric sta-
tion throughout his Canal serv-
ice. Mr. and Mrs. Webber plan
to leave on the S.S. Cristobal
June 30 and will go ato Smyrna,
Georgia, to make their horne.^
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" atrMlPanam
No. 12.17 Central A>e.-Calon.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALI: 1949 Nosh "600"
green 2 deer sedan, ell new titei
nal see coven. A good cleen cer.
Only SJ97 down end drive f away.
MOTORS INC..
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:2,500 one gallon bot-
tles, uied. good condition, with
screw on plostic cops. For further
information coll Colon 836-L.
FOR SALE
Bouts & Motors
CIESEL WORKBOAT50 feet long.
30 tons. Engine, hull good condi-
tion. Priced low! Phone Paul
Parker, Gamboa 6-322.
FMD* MircuVv".. m M- :F0R SALE:1941 Pontiae Sedan. 9 FOR SALE-,-36 ft., Wheeler Cabin
t ehl w cu "' Westinghouse refrigerator. Cruiser, sleeps 6, complete golley
*""*' *_______________________j 25 cycle, Venetian blinds fit groin FOR SALE:1948 yellow Packard,
convertible, duty paid, excellent j
condition. 1948 Pontioc Sedonette. I
Phone 2-1035 or 2-1471. I
FOR SALE:1946 Lincoln 4 deer te- FOR SALE: -- 10" metol working.
elevator, baby crib mattress, wick-
er chairs..high chair. Buffet, house-
hold Articles. 6-B LimoA St. 6th-
7th Sts New Cristobal.
dan. green, food white side well j
tire. pushbutton windows. A [
wonderful buy. Only $397 down,
payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD. MERCURY deeler, on
automobile row.
lathe $150.00; 3-4 H.P. 25 cycle
motor $35.00, electric meat slicer
60 cycle $20.00; 3 H. P, 25 cycle
motor $50 00. Auto wheel aligning
tools $15.00; Misc. office sup-
plies ony reasonable offer for the
lot. 1445-A Balboa 2-3630.
rrony extras. Will be on railway
for repainting and inspection Fri-
day afternoon, all day Saturday,
will demonstrate Sunday. Gamboa
Boot Club or phone 83-4295 for
appointment, Priced for below va-
lue ot $4,500.
RESORTS
Gromlich' Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR RENT:Vocation cottoge in El
Volcn, wilt accommodate 6, gas
'cr cooking, fire place. Rent by
week cr montn or lease. Cristobal
3-2324.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL *
Phillips. Beoch cottages, Santa Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR SALE:Motors: 25 cycle single
FOR RENT
House
FOR SALE:Mercury 1950 convert-
'* ible. color blue, whiteside wall FOR SALE:Piano Dekoven, 52 keys
tires, 5,000 miles. Call SAS Ser- | good condition. Wordroba. Tel. 3-
- *ice Station, Ponamo 3-0035. 0209.____________
FOR SALE:1946 Custom De Soo, FOR SALE:Aquorium fishes, Neon cqr SALE:20 foot cabin cruiser.
phose I,eovy duty motors: I p0R RfNT:Modern chalet. Club
1-3 H. P. $17.00. 2 1-2
H. P. $20.00 each All 3 for
$50.00. House 5455, Diablo.
FOR SALE:Higglns boat 18' by T.
No motor, 1st closs condition,
$150.00. House 5455,Oiablo.
4 doer sedan, green, 4 good tires,
plastic sea covers, radio. Thfs ear
it a steal. Only $298 dawn pay-
man. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD, MERCURY dealer, en
automobile row.
Petros. large green sailfins. Avail-
able No. 11 Via Espaa, opposite
Juon Fronco Stable, phone 3-4132.
FOR SALE: Baby Stroller, nearly
new, $8 00, ploy pen $6, corrioqe .
$6. 0828 Plank St.. Bolboa, 2- !
"FOR. SALE; 1947 8uick 4 Door I 3638,
..-.Sedan. Excellent condition. Con be' - j
in financed. 5965 Smith Place, Dio- FOR SALE :Thayer Baby Carnage. ,
, ^ H |s baby bosslnette. both excellent
m_______z________________________------ condition. Phone Panama 3-2242.
.OR SALI:1946 iukk Roadmester;
4 door iedW dark gray, 4 good;
Musi be seen to '
"X" 3 bedroom, livingroom, din-
1 ingroorr, porch, garden, all con-
veniences. Honoroble family. Tel.
2-1851. '
FOR RENT: House. Livingroom,
diningroom, porch, two bedrooms,
two bajhooms, garage, terrace,
moidroom. 64 Via Porras $90.00.
Tel. 3-1863.
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty bandy to
nave around the bouse
and in yonr car.
We have a large Assortment
or Kinds and Sises
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0149
...,
first TRAIN Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet is one of those riding on the lirst test train to
cross the Han River, near Seoul, Korea, on a newly-reconstructed railroad bridge. At right is
the wrecked Han River bridge.
Newly pointed top ond bottom.
Willys Jeep 60. HP marine engine
just overhauled. Full head room c0R RENT. __ TwQ btdr00m rf_
throughout. For an inexpensivei low m,nt W(fh klfcnen Mving ond d|n.
up-keep boat this can t be beot mgloom KI0SS Po(ic. Booth on
Owner c.reody In States and must Via Espofio No (06 App|y aparf.
.ocrifice. See it ot Diab'o Sea menf 5
Scout Dock weekends or phone------------------'.--------------------------------------------
Curundu 1794 evenings. Price' FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
tor CUSHIONS SLir>-( nvms ._*
"r, hew-room fuaiom null, rural-
ratefe Fibrin. Free Kitlnatn N
nONAt l-PHOLSTEKV 3%M A
r de to Ota No. 77 (Auio rkI
New Telephone S-4M
PFP^ONAIS
aparecate. Only $297 down pay- Nixe if not steadily employed and
nterested. Coll Mrs. Bright 4-123.
mti.'. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
.V y*" FOf.D, MIRCURY deoler, on
automobile row.
"FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Special
.. Sedonette, less than 11.000 miles,
(dio. seot covers,_ under-coated. FOR SALE: Bedroom set: Vanity
FOR SALE
HoiifseholH
'" fine condition, $1,200. Coll U-jl-
, .Jyo. 2300.________________
FOR SALI:1946 Oldimabile "76"
2 door ssdan, 2 tona blue, 4 good
"Jiras, hydromatic, seat cavers. A
dresser, chest of drawers, double
bed, coil spring, innerspring mat-
tress. 0590 Mindi street. Ancon.
Phone 2-2428. 4:00 p. m. 8:00
p. m.
clean car. Only $298 down pay- > FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
encnt. COLPAN MOTORS INC.. I otir. 9 cu. ft.. 25 cycle. Excellent
your FORD, MIRCURY dealer, on condition, $75.00. Tel. 2-6319 or
automobile row. house 1472-C. Balboa Flots.
FOR' SALE:Following good cheap FOR SALE:Apex washing mochine
used cars. Bargains. 1941 Oldsmo- ; laundry tub, clothes pins $75.00.
bile convertible. S200. V941 Lin- | portable sewing machine. $75.-
ccln sedon, $320. 1941 Stude-! 00. RCA Radio $40.00, large
-poker sedon. $190. 1940 Pontioc' dresser $15.00, dining table, $5.00.
i.Wupe. S200. 1939 Studeboker si- bed spreod $4.00. book cose $3.-!
don. $150. All duty paid. "Q" | 00, 2 pc. luggage. $15.00. draw- WANTED:-Experienced, white wo-
5850.00
Completely independent.
1465.
Tel. 3-
FOR SALE:Chris Croft speed boot,
22 foot. Chrysler powered No. 448. : FOR RENT:Comfortable two bed-
ruom apartment, with hot water in
Ricardo Ariar. Street corner Nica-
nor Obarrio (Campo Alegre) "Ca-
ribe" building for information op-
ply some building apartment 3.
Two pair water skis. Cristobal
Yacht Club or coll 3-1008.
FOR SALE12 Ft. Boat and Trailer.
Half price $70.00. CristoboJ 3-
1436.
FOR SALE:Cobin cruiser. 26 feet,
mine yowl hull. 60 horsepower,
giay marine engine, 3 to 1 reduc-
tion gear. licensed for 10. Coll; Modern duplt
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished two
bedroom chalet for 3 months to
responsible persons. Phone 3-1256
Panama.
Mr. Trace, Ft Kobbe 4283, after,
5 p. m. Ft. Kobbe, 4210.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
vVANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern,house
in resldentiol section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
sign lease. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8pm
x residence for rent,
two bedrooms and alcove, moder-
ate rant, ull conveniences, car
tronsisthmion, 3 miles from Bella
Vista, the yellow companils bor-
der. Call for oppointment, tea
phone 3-1484.
street No. 27. Telephone 2-1185.
^Agencios Ponomotores.
ing boord. 53.00, camera, 55 00,
Simmons double coil spring. $12.-
00, oluminum roo'ter, silver, 8
place settinqs, 515.00. A'brook
Qtrs. 246. Telephone 86-3292.
FOR SALI'46 Chrysler New Yorker.
4 door sedon. ton. good tires, radio,
You can't buy a batter used car
or this price. Only $396 dawn FOR SALE:Simmons Studio Couch.
payment. COLPAN MOTORS INC...
your FORD. MERCURY dealer, eat I
automobile row.
man wants job, caring of children.
1419-D, Balboa. Telephone 2-
1214.
Help Wonted
FOR SALEChevrolet Ce Luxe 1949.
"2-Door Fleetline. Will occept
equity in cor. Party assume poy-
ments or cash. Will occept older
Car in fair condition for my equity.
House 1 1 -A, New Cristobol.
FOR SALI:1940 Hudson 4 door
aadaa. block, tires fair. good I
traniportation, $150 cosh ond drive
rt away. COLPAN MOTORS INC..
your FORD. MIRCURY dealer, on
autamo'jile raw.
FOR SALE:Must sell in a week.1
1949 Plymouth Special De Luxe.1
Ike new. SI.4CO.00 cosh. Call
Panama 2-2064.
lastest style, con be converted into ... ,.1TCP. c ... .,
., ... WANTED:Experienced maid, must
double bed, never been used,. ,. K ,.'. .
SI 15.00.'Simmons double bed with: know. cokin.- "P"0"*- 6I An"
spring. $40 00. RCA Radio. Q-34. I _con '"-^ard. Ancn. _
7 tubes. $85.00, beautiful bronre. WANTED:Good cook for American
floor lamp and osh tray set. $30.- j COUp|e. Must not sleep in. 49, 50th!
00. No. 23. 50th street ooartment | Ea5, 5,reef downstairs.
No. 7, corner of Venezuela. I---------------------------------------------------------------
FOR RENT:Chalet, 48 St. No. 29.
3 bedroms, two baths. Tal. 3-
0209.
FOR RENT
Apartment*
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Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
merit. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
opartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I San An-
tonio oportments, osk for keys, i
new house aportmenf, uDper floor,)
Rent $103 00. or coll Zubieto 3-1
1716
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US infantry General Lashes
Leadership Of Chiang's Army
By JOHN L. STEELE
WASHINGTON, June 23 (CP).Maj. Gen. David G. Barr said
yesterday the Chinese Nationalists never lost a battle for lack of
arms but were defeated by the Communists because they had
"inept" leaders and no "offensive spirit."
Barr, former commander of the U.S. 7th Infantry in Korea
who once headed an American military mission to China, flatly
rejected charges that Chiang Kai-shek was defeated because he
did not receive enough I'.S. aid.
Testifying before the Senate Committee investigating Gen.
Douglas MacArthur's recall, Barr opposed all of MacArthur's Ko-
rean war proposals and said "every precaution" should be taken
to avoid any step that might "spread the war" and touch off
World War III.
Meantime, the committee received a once-secret message In
which Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway disclosed that MacArthur want-
ed to use Chinese Nationalist troops on Formosa against the
Reds in South China last December.
just arrived
a Leica lightmeter
a Leica tripod
Hector lenses
o Loica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adloinlni International Hotel)
or Camera Hare
(Lobby Hole "El Fuam")
Ridgway sent the message to
Gen. J." Lawton Collins, Army
Chief of Staff, shortly after he
arrived in Korea. Sen. William F.
Knowrand, R., Cal., one of Mac-
Arthr.r's staunchest supporters,
had demanded that the secrecy
tag be removed from the report.
Ridgway said from the mili-
tan' viewpoint, he thought
MauArthur was right and told
ColMns he wanted to "state my
full concurrence at once." Since
his dismissal, MacArthur has
said he wanted to use the Na-
tionalist troops but would let
Wanted Position
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, ot No. 20 Via Espaa.
De Castro, Avenue "B," No. 24.
Phone 2-1616.
FOR SALE:Beautiful ossortment of,
coper ond brass. 2 large papes-
tries. Rare old Wedgewood, blue
ond block. Four poster mahogany GOOD LAUNDRESS wants to work 2 ZZD
bed. "Cowes." very lovely, Beoutv- ; days o week with small fomily. See hcK RENT. Apartments of one
ADELINA L. House No. 104 Cen- .,droue,m;, s't,il2a:.dir,.'noroorn.'..ki,c.h-
trol Ave. Yord building No 4.,
4, room 21, upstairs.
rest mottress and spring, 3 months ]
c!d. Side table. Large mirror. 3'
x 4' mohonany ba:e Sntwrdnv;
nnd Sunday 8 to 12 a. m. No. 44
46th Street oportment 9. i
en, bath, at Bella Vista, 44th. St
Eost No 9, De Castro. Avenue "B,"
No. 24, phona 2-1616.
. DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
10 tivoll Ave ,Ani I
Office: Tel. Z-3387 -. Home. 3-S7M
HOURS: Monda; thru r rlcla
lo 12 a.m
Monday. Wednesday. Ihur.rtaj
a to a p.m.
Saturda/ | a rn ta I an.
FOR SALE; Two Sedgns. Good
. running condition. 575 5100
ILeavmg Isthmus House 0778-A.
Williamson Place. Balboa.
fe*?"SALE:1949 Pontioc 8. four
, door sedon, radio, $1.730. Duty
Poid. Tel. Balboa 2984.
0 SALE: i 951. Nash Custom
Romb'oi, overdrive. W-S-W, ra-
idio, all extros. wil1 sell, reasonable.
Phona Navy 3584.
POR SALE:1947 Oldsmobile 2 door
! sedan, rodio, plastic seat covers,
undercooling, excellent tires. Con
J ba financed. Telephone 87-6281.
FOR SALE:Norue 9 Ft. 60 evele
refrigerotor 540.00. Phone Balboa
3361 or coll at 58 Ninth St.. San
Francisco.
FOR SALE:Single innerspring mat-;
tress, good os new Boraoin. 530.
00. Single bed. 55 00. House 7201
B. Cocoli.
FOR SALE:3 piece mople livino-
room set. skirted variety with
bench; baby bassinette complete
with pad ond liners: small corner
table; boy's desk with chair; table
ond choirs for basement. House
605-A. Cocoli.
FOR SALE Frigidaire, 8 cu. ft. all
porcelain, $80.00. washing ma-
chine, Eosy soin-drier, very good
M0NTEZUMA
is "tops" for
RUM & COKE!
FOR RENT:Semi furnished apart-
ment with Frigidaire, gas stove on
Son Francisco Highway 120, near
Roosevelt Theatre. Inquire house
in rear.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
.fJOR SALE:Dodge 1937 4-door se- | condition. 585 00. Zenith, radio-
I don. Duty paid, good tires.recently phonograph, orne records, table !
j cv-rhalled. Panama 3-3134, Her- ] model. 5~S 00. histh chair, like!
'.', tig._________________________________ new. $8.00. barbells, big 12 set.
"fcr. r..r * ir, complete with books, miscellaneous i
'.TnJ I, T V ~ T'5 I I K '"P. come see house 1581
I Oldsmcbrle two door, good condi- r ' .. ,- .
' tion. S300 00. Mr. White 3-2133 1 ^Y '0"
doys. 3-1384 offer 5, House 8H2rOR SALE:Complete set furniture j
B. Margarita.
I DR SALE:Dodge Coronet, excel-
lent condition. Lew mileage. 5
?rrUte sido walls. 29 New Cris-
tobal 3-1341.
tfOR SALE:Pockord 4 door sedon.
JJ 1940. Duty paid. S250.OO. House
. | 1 56C-A, Govilan Areo, Balboa.
| MISCELLANEOUS
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3142. Tel. 2-1282.
ond 19*1 Ford Sedan at borgoin j
prices. Owner leoving Panamo. '
Piano, rodio. Chino closet, desk, I
refrigerator, stove. adding mo-
chine and colculotor included. Ap-
ply ot opartment A, house 9065.
7th. Street ond Sonto Isobel Ave.
Colon.
FOR SALE:New Philco refrigerotor,
60 cycle. 7 cu. ft. price rea*onable.
House 3. apartment E, Third Street,
Coco Slito.
------------------------- .. I
FOR SALE :Sewinci machine, eosy
chair," Gem cabinet, youth bed,
boby cnb. high chair, ploy pen,
screen, books, down feather com-
forter. Coll Cristobal 3-2458.
TOR SALE: I! Venetian blinds,
green, will fit ony four or twelve
fomily house, almost new. $125.
Frigidaire. 25 cycle, 8 I -2 foot,
porcelain inside ond outside, e*-
ccllent condition, SI00, G. E. Ra-
dio, 25 Cycle. 6 tube, 3 band. new.
540. Above, bottom prices. If lot
purchoic. $225. H E Stone.
Kflpaa 622-D. Cccoli. Phone 4-
218 after 3 p. m.
destilera
central s a
FOR RENT:In "El Cangrejo" 'D'
Street near the "El Panama" Ho-
tel, 2 bedroom oportment with
independent garage. The house was
recently terminated. Apply to
house No. 124 Estudiante Steet
nxt to the Central Theotre. Mrs.
Russo.
FOR RENT :Apartment, livingrcom,
d;ningroom. bedroom, patio, B.45.-
00. Urbanizacin La Pradera, op-
posite Gosoline Station. Parque Le-
fevre Tel. 3-2796. Sbanos.
i-O RENT
Room
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom for
bochelor. sHIa Vista, w th balcony.:
very cool. Tal. 3-1648.
FOR SALE
Real Ftnt#
Mary Crosdale Dies;
Funeral Tomorrow
Mrs Mary Elizabeth Crosdale,
71, a native of Westmoreland. Ja-
maica, died at 5 p.m. yesterday
at the Gorgas Hospital after a
lingering illness.
Mrs. Crosdale migrated to the
Isthmus in 1911 and had made
her home here ever since. Fun-
eral services will be held at the
Corozal Chapel at 1 p.m. tomor-
row. Burial will follow at the
Corozal Cemetery,
She Was a member of the Pan-
ama Wesleyan Methodist Church
and the Men-arid Women's Social
Society.
She is survived by four sons
Fred P.. William P.. Thomas P.
and Joseph C. Crosdale and
several grandchildren.
jroup Meetings
The Paelilc Daughters No.
5849 Household of Ruth will hold
a special meeting Monftay. June
25, at 8 p.m. at the regular meet-
ing place. Nomination and elec-
tion of officers for the June-De-
cember term will be held and
matters of vital importance dis-
cussed All members are request-
ed to attend.
their leader, Chiang Kai-shek,
say where.
Barr told Sen. John C. Sten-
nls. D.. Miss., however, that Ame-
rican troops would have to be
sent to Chinese mainland if any
Invasion by the Nationalists on
Formosa was to be successful. He
opoosed anv such move.
Barr described Chiang as an
"honest" man but said he was
subject to "pressure from the: he "added'
defense forces, principally tha
army, due to the fact that they
were not properly paid, were not
properly clothed, fed, nor were
their dependent* cared for or?
taken care of in any way," th
general replied.
"The leadership was atro-
cious, so far aa the individual |
soldier was concerned. No one (
accepted responsibility for him. '
If he got breakfast in the morn- '
ing, it was purely on his own."
Continuing the same line of
questioning, Sen. Alex ander
Smith, R., N.J., asked if Barr
could establish the point all
which the Nationalist armies
having been "successful" agalnsO
the Japanese began losing
ground to the Communists.
Barr said the Nationalists wer#)
"much stronger" than the Com-
munists right aftfr the war with,
Japan but that the Reds "capl*
tallzed on every fault of the Na-
tionalists."
"The Communists were smart
and the Nationalists were not,"
ALL DEFENDANTS
PLEAD GUILTY
(Continued from Pagel))
glan and Italian legations in
Budapest.
Bozsik also said documents
were forwarded bv him through
the U. S. Budapest legation to
Cardinal Spellman in 1950.
Grosz pleaded guilty to lead-
ing an organization aimed at
the overthrow of the Hungarian
people's democracy, black market
currency dealings, aiding the
escape of refugees to the west
and "crimes against the people."
Farkas also admitted leading
a group to overthrow the state
and charges of espionage. His
testimony poured forth so im-
petuously that the Judge twice
told him to slow down so that
he could be understood.
Bozsik. accused in earlv testi-
mony as the civil head of the
plot, strode heavilv to the stand.
He is 07, ascetic looking, and bald.
Hevey said he was directed by
Bozsik to form armed bands to
work for the Communist govern-
ment's downfall. He said, how-
ever, the movement depended
I mainly on "armed fascist Hun-
garian armies in Yugoslavia and
Western Europe."
. Bozsik linked two American
legation officials and third lega-
tion Hungarian employe, also on
trial, with the plot. He said he
met Cardinal Mlndszenty In 1945
and became his political adviser
and carried on. the cardinal's
principles after the prelate's
arrest.
The ludge asked Bozsik whom
he contacted at the U. S. Lega-
tion.
Bozsik mentioned Chris Pet-
row, former Budapest third se-
cretary now in Vienna; Albert
Sherer. another third secretary
still In Budapest, and Pongracz.
Tall, gray and putty-faced,
Hevy stepped to the micro-
phone and eagerly admitted his
guilt. He said he worked as a
counter-espionage agent for the
ruling regime between the two,
world wars, and had contacted son of a bitch."
oitslde." When Sen. Rourke B.
HickenJooper, R., la., asked Barr
If he considered Chiang an "able
military man." the general re-
plied:
"No, 1 do not."
Barr testified that the Nation-
"I agree," Smith said.
Barr said the Communits
"took care of their soldiers." mo-
bilized everything "io the sr,
straw" In conquered territory and
tried not to antagonize the D o-
ple too much. Furthermore io
allsts never had a chance after said, the Reds were offenslve-
?ew^r,dJefea.t byhe Communists! minded while the Nationalist
at Mukden in 1948. He said they "only defended."
lost "the will to fight," surrender- Barr said the Communists
edin vast numbers and were "al- fought with equipment they got
ways getting behind a wall and !*--v, ih jatjanese surrender and
trying to defend a situation from after Mukden had "unlimited
a o t j .. Pilcan equipment" which the
Sen. Alexander Wiley, R., Wis.,: Nationalists abandoned. He corn-
asked Barr to sum up why Chi- plained that the Nationalists ne-
ang was driven out of China. ver "destroyed anything" when
It was brought about fcp the they retreated.
..... "" "^ ----------------- i .i ,
Elderly F ists Go To Work
In 'Parliamentary Debate'
BY REX CHANEY
o
WASHINGTON, June 23, ITU?)
Rep. Clarence Cannon, scrappy
72-year-old Missouri Democrat,
inflicted a cut on the face of Rep.
John Phillips, R.. Cal., yesterday
In a name-calling Capitol corri-
dor fist fight.
Rep. John Taber, R., N.Y., him-
self a veteran of a punching
match with Cannon, separated
about 150
scales at more than
pounds.
It was Phillips' first bout dur-
ing his nine years as a Congress-
man, but Cannon hai built up a
considerable reputation as a
fighter during 3d years service in
the House.
He traded blows with Taber
during a similar "parliamentary
the lawmakers. He said he "un-i discussion" of appropriation
derstood that Phillip* required ; bills in 1945. Taber emerged from
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"El Copecito" farm, block chalet, !
modern. 4 bedrooms, living-dining- j
room, kitchen, clay house, fruit;
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Will accept down payment, mort-
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See Dr. Pedro Vosco Nuei. Cen.
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Recently auil twe bedraemt. bath,
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placa. Completely farairheal. Wan-
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Far farther detail. pheae W. fi. '
Irown 2-J727. j
several stitches In his lip.
But the genial, 63-year-old
Phillips, who went directly to his
home after treatment by the Ca-
pitol physician, told reporters by
telephope that he suffered "on-
ly a scratch" from a ring on
Cannon's hand.
"The only damage Is my self
the fray with a cut and bleeding
mouth.
Last year. Cannon rushed at
Sen. Kenneth McKellar. 82-year-
old Tennessee Democrat, during
an overheated "debate" In a con-
ference committee session.
McKellar raised a heavy gavel
to ward off the attack, but col-
respect for letting the little gen- ileagues sprang in and separated
tleman (Cannon) bait me into
something," Phillips said.
Phillips said later that one
stitch was taken in his upper lip
which he said was cut by Can-
non's ring.
He said he "turned everv
cheek" in the argument with
Cannon and slapped him after
Cannon called him "vile names
several times."
Taber said the fight began
when Cannon called Phillips "a
Royalist circles since 1921.
The Judge asked if he knew
the objectives of the royalist or-
ganization.
"I learned about lt from Boz-
sik." he said, "who told me about
a coming war which will be won
by the An?lo-3axons, and they
will help us."
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;annon refused to discuss the
fracas, which he described as a
"parliamentary argument" over
business of the House Appropria-
tions Committee. Cannon Is
chairman of the committee. Phil-
lips and Taber are ranking Re-
publican members.
"I never start a fight," Can-
non told newsmen. "I only hit
back in self-defense."
Both Cannon and Phillips are
lightweights, neither tipping the
the two lawmakers before blood
was shed.
Yesterday's encounter came on
the second anniversary of an-
other famous Capitol fist fight.
On June 22.1949, Reps. Adolph J.
Sabath, D., 111. .and E. E. Cox,
D.. Oa., exchanged punches on
the floor of the House. Neither
was seriously hurt.
According to Taber's eve-wit-
ness account, the Cannon-Phil-
lips fisticuffs grew out of an ar-
gument over which Republicans
should be appointed to represent
the House In a conference com-
mittee with the Senate on the In-
dependent offices appropriation
bUl.
The argument grew warmer
and warmer. Taber said, until
Cannon invoked the expression
whose Initials were popularized
by President Truman in a refer-
ence to columnist Drew Pearson.
"Phillips rushed him, and that
set it off," Taber related.


SATURDAY. JUNE 23. 1951
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CUB REPORTERS
(Memos, for a colyumist's toil)
Enthusiasm is he bactee of young newsmen. and excitement
their banner. They ride the wings of ambition powered by soaring
hopea. Commonplace Journalistic events ae dramatized by tlxelf
imagination...Down through the years their memories will play
the record of youthful experienoes lit.*TOvorlte love song,,.
The most cynical newspaper vet retains some of Tils original en-
thusiasm. Time may dim blazing ambitions, but the glow re-
mains in hla heart.
Learning the meaning of news Is the prime requisite
of cub reporters. Editor Henry Watterson defined news as
"anything of interest to subscribers." In other words, dull-
ness Is the death of Journalism.. .A newspaper cannot
exist without an audience any more than ab actor. Both
most produce engrossing shows: A gaxette should enter-
tain as well aa enlighten. It must touch the heart and
prod the funnybone in addition to improving the mind.
Nws can be personal or international. From the birth
of a child to the death of a nation. A Hollywood marriage
r a military alliance. From a broken treaty in Europe to a
shattered pledge in Reno.
Journalism demand* the utmost in effort and seldom returns
much In com or fame. However, there have been some fortunate
cub reporters who made a reality of daydreams.. .Lincoln Steffens
Initial assignment turned out to be a front-page exclusive...
Charles Dana started as a $10-a-week reporter on Greeley s Trlb
and within 2 years was the gazette's managing ed...Winston
Churchill's successful scoop-hunting las. a 21-year-old warespon-
dent) made him Britain's highest paid newsman The most
sweeping triumph by a cub was scored by Francis Hazlitt Brennan.
His investigation of a murder resulted in the indictment of a cir-
cuit attorney, an assistant prosecutor, four lawyers "d an at-
tache of the district attorney's office. Not ,only that his expose
also caused the defeat (in the next election) of the Governor of
the State. ___________
The foregoing quick-success stories are rare. More
typical is editor Carr Van Anda. He devoted manv years
to working 17 hours a day, seven-days-a-week before
scaling the heights.. .Van Anda noted: "Journalism's suc-
cess formula is a mixture of good health, good luck,
printer's ink and a great deal of sweat."
Vear ago cub reporters were paid in experience.
Louisville newsman Skeets Miller once worked for
nothins-per-week. After three years he was promoted. His
salary then was a lavish 110-per.
You'll be stunned to learn the earnings of some V. s.
correspondents risking their lives in Korea. They make
$150 a month!
Rudyard Kipling was 17-year-young when he launched his
literary career as a reporter for a paper In India. He carried on
In Sahara temperatures-covering everything frommurder trials
to sporting events. He was once assigned to checking the number
of lepers In an Indian town. ___. t.vi...
Klpllng had a remarkable memorynever bothered taking
notss during interviews. He explained: "If a thing didn't stay in
my memory, I believed It was hardly worth writing about.
Joseph Pulitzer's tip to cubs: "Look out of a window and tell
me what you see. Try and make me get a picture of everything
everythlng. Never think that anything Is too small to be of in-
terest describe every cloud, everv shadow, every tree every house,
every dress, every wrinkle on a face. Everything!
Every young reporter has been thV victfnY' ah editor's fiery
tongue. It has destroyed the ambitions of some cuta andI forced
them to quit. But those who survive the heated blasts are hard-
ened-Uke steel...The following Incident might comfort ineo-
phytes. Once upon a time a cub reporter was fired because his
editor believed he lacked writing ability. But Our Hero was not
discouraged. He continued working until he was transformed into
a king of the literary realm by the magic of his pen: Sinclair
Lewis. ,. fc ;' I 4
Publisher E. W. Scrlpps' tfet Illustration of an alert reporter
was the cub assigned to interviewing a tantrumental actress. She
asked him to guess her age. He Intoned: "I have several ldeasi
But I hesitate whether to make you ten years younger on account
of your looks or ten years older on account of your brains._______
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Labor [News
And
Comment
Elbow Room Only
GODS AND GODDESSES
ear Sir:
The letter on Civilian Person-
nel Empire Building In the Mall
Box of 8 June 51 did more than
amuse some of your readers. It
further incessed them, In their
already cantankerous mood of
rebellion against apparent injus-
tices Inflicted on the many by
these few people. Though, to put
ou straight, they are not so few.
n the Army CPO alone there are
twenty-seven (27) "wheels' all
graded-GS-5 and above, and In-
numerable peons in ths lower
brackets, inflicting their dally
torture on the masses which they
control. Control of Army busi-
ness is no longer In the hands of
what are laughingly referred to
as "operating officials." Although
operating officials may prepare
and submit job descriptions, the
primary responsibility for the
preparation of job descriptions Is
that of the Salary and Wage Sec-
tions of the operating CPO's. who
will determine that appropriate
icade evaluation, and force the
- '1 analysis down his throat,
willy-nilly, for they, the Almlgh-
iv. have a little book which lists
all jobs and the proper grade
therefor. They cannot be wrong,
for they are also charged with
the responsibility for determining
whether or not the applicant pos-
sesses the necessary qualifica-
tions under existing Civil Serv-
ice Commission rules and regula-
tions. (See CPB No. 12. 16 May
1951.1
Which Is the funniest yet. The
Army Is an Independent agency,
and does not require a Civil Serv-
ice status. It seems that those
employes who were hired, and
have worked for ten years or
longer, from the Civil Service Re-
gister, when a Civil Service sta-
tus was necessary, ar* those who
are taking the worst beatig in
the present Job surveys and re-
lassificatlon. The Employe Util-
ization Representatives are a
Joke in this connection. They sit
In their offices and mull over
their applications and select at
random from either new applica-
tions or the 201 files of people
they know and like socially for
Jobs opening up, or for promo-
tions, seldom If ver happening
upon one of those unfortunates
down-graded but qualified in
more than one field. The "oper-
ating officials" are at fault In the
latter case. They have permitted
their older proven competent
employes to be down-graded and
have made no effort to fight for
them.
How much longer Is this to go
on? Are the people who are do-
ing the work for the various a-
gencles In the Army to be pushed
; around indefinitely? Does the
AG think that the CPO Is a suc-
cessful operation? With the re-
signations, complaints and ob-
vious lowered morale, the AG
section must be aware of some
trouble. The men affected have
families and like their service in
Panama, and many can find no
way out because of finances. Ma-
ny of the women in the service
are married, and the majority are
not working selfishly, to build
up a bank roll, but because their
husbands do nofcearn enough for
education, necessary health trips
to the United States and mainly
because some day like emigrants,
they will return to the U.8. to
start all over again. Thev are not
considered "career" employes by
the CPObgcause they are mar-
ried, despite Mielr length of serv-
ice. Onlv ^fbfle and divorced
women are*ireer employes. This
Is not in aSsjClvll Service Rule I
have ever seen tut It has come
from the lip*f some of the Gods
nnd Goddesses of Almighty CPO.
Let us hav*;'{ Hoover investiga-
tion o tniWInpire on the Isth-
mus, before the time Is too late.
I Got Out
By Victor Riesel
NEW .YOftK* Narcotics, es-
pecially tb*.,'>elen,tless .and.- un-
shakable nefoin, are being pro-
cessed in a teeming Communist*
operated laboratory in Tientsin
rfahu Bab, Soviet China, and
smuggled ver ar. Intricate .un-
derground- route Into the U. S.
to corrupt American children,
and dull the senses of some
youngsters now flocking to our
precision instrument war pants.
Identity of this lab on Luck
Street. .i';thff. traditional -dope
center ty port, wls made'for this co-
lumn by U. S. Narcotics Com-
missioner, Harry Ansllnger.
From other sources, I learn
that a "Special Trade Bureau,"
of the Peking-Soviet regime on
the mainland, sets prices and
provides, trigger-happy Smug-
glers fro mthe notorious under-
world area known there as "San
Pu Kwan." In pre-Commle days,
this sector was known as "Three
Non-Control" ..(8an Pu Kwan)
because it was a wide open spot
wedged in between the Japa-
nese, French and Chinese' for-
eign settlements, without any
central police control.
Using killers from this sec-
tor and elsewhere, the So-
vietlzed Chinese leaders
draw millions of dollars from
this trade te buy rubber,
quinine, gasoline and tires.
This opium money Is also
passed out to assassin gangs
which terrorize unfriendly for-
ces in the Orient, including men
and their families who dare
join in with the International
Confederation of Free Trade
Unions (Including the AFL and
CIO) in attempting to union-
ize plantation workers as Well
as factory hands Into antltCom-
munlst labor federations.
Apparently the Communist
Chinese regime has tremendous
reserves of this "stuff" or "Junk."
as the unfortunate kids here
label It. Ansllnger said that
when the United Nations dis-
cussed methods of slashing' the
flow of "stuff" across the world,
the Peking regime was openly
offering 600 tons and, mind
you, this "Junk" is generally
dealt with In grains and ounces.
Narcotic Chief Anslinaer
disclosed that the smuggling
route runs from Tientsin '
(Takn-Bar) to HonO Kong {*
and on to Kobe, Japan. ;.
Then into the U. S. in a
hundred undercover ways.
There are other sources of
heroin, the last gutter spot on
the dope addict's skid row, but
spokesmen for the U. S. Sen-
ate Crime Investigating Com-
mittee tell me that Turkey an4
Italy are sharply cutting down
their exports, especially of he-
roin. This "stuff" U strictly Ille-
gal here and Just can't be ob-
tained except from smugglers.
And the smuggled "junk" hits
the kids, mostly. So far, the
Federal Narcotics Bureau agents
working closely with Industrial-
ists, and occasionally with the
unions, have been able to keep
the addicts out of important
plants, aircraft factories and
precision Instrument factories.
As soon as a hop-head is spot-
ted, the Bureau goes to manage-
ment queitly, as they did In the
past war, and out he goes. Fear
now Is that the young girl ad-
dicts who are going into war
plants, thrown together In new
towns and seeking companion-
ship in ni?h*. time marijuana
groups, might be new sources of
Infection.
Apparently, the Job of keep-
ing the stuff out is hopeless,
under present conditions. From
still another source. I learn that
the Commie smugglers are hard
to stop. They're all over the
Orient, operating under the di-
rection of official Peking "Se-
curity Action Corps."
These are professional killers,
working out of an official head-
quarters on North Han Min
Road, Canton. They're led by a
Chinese version of Lepke and
Gurrah named Huang and Chan,
who run some 250 killers. Part
of their official function is to
protect smugglers and facilitate
the export of opium. More re-
cently, they've been ordered to
terrorize antl-Communla) labor
leaders In Hong Kong, Singa-
pore and Portuguese Macao.
They've so much oolum that
even the selsure of 5.000 ounces
3V British revenue officers off
the S. S. Hal Hlng recently, as
the ship was about to leave for
Singapore and send stuff on to
the U. 8., made no dent in the
supply.
These smuaalers sometimes
attempt to Infiltrate unions and
get their people on shipboard
for special runs as "transport-
ers" of the "Junk." However, the
Commies and than* smugglers
get nowhere with American sea-
men.
Paul Ha*. leader of the
AFL's Seafarers' Interna-
tional Union, and his col-
leagues, have oiven the stric-
test orders to watch for the
"stulf" find report to rnefr
port agent immediately if
a "transporter" hat been
discovered' on deck, this has
become so'powerful*h guard
of American decencies and
youngsters that the smug-
alma rings have had to use
foreign seamen. .
And the dope gets m, brings (
out dollars and supplies an. ene-
mv nativeand everybody seems
helpless, At least after this
tinal pprobe we should get some
rctlon. for tr sake" o the aids.
if nothing else.
(Copvr-h- 1951 Post-ftatl
Syndicate. Inc.t
._._

-ii.
This Rudeness
By BOB RUARK
<^daily WASHINGTON
i. t j p,( en.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly PRIW PEARSON
NEW YORK- It may be the tension of the
times, or a growing surliness on my part, but It
seems to me that people are ruder today than
they used to be befo' de wah. Mama raised me
up gentle-like, and my sensitive nature la some-
times appalled by the gratuttlous hatred that U
circulated for very little reason.
I believe firmly In saying. "Ves, sir and Yes.
ma'am," to people older, than you are, and the
preface of a "please", br the end piece of a
"thank you" never damaged a larynx beyond re-
pair. But what you seem to reap today is most-
ly a snarl or at least curtnes.
The quality of rudeness Is not strained, and
from frequent subjection to same It Is occasion-
ally necessary to employ it as a defense. This
can apply to nations as well as men. I suspect
It Is time we got a touch ruier In our reaction
to rudeness abroad. If only to teach politeness.
This check-turning business works fine in theory
but does not seem to pay off practically at the
moment.
After years of turning away wrath with the
soft answer, I have concluded that you got to
kick and scream some to be heard In a world
of kickers and screamers. The soft answer goes
unheard: there Is nothing so noticeable as a
bang on the shins or a knee in the stomach.
It Is difficult to say where rudeness starts. It
could be from a bunion of the soul, due to dis-
satisfaction with a personal or international lot.
It could be from a lack of gentle Instruction
while young, as In the case of the Russians and
some people from Brooklyn. But the soft an-
swer Is no answer. The rude ones Just get
ruder, and the chronically mean ones become
meaner.
One thing I learn from contact with unpleas-
antness Is that the one who originates It Is
more apt to fold under pressure than the one
who returns It In kind. This we've learned
slightly fro our past association with the So-
vlets. If you hold still and take It sitting they
come back with more of the same. Whack back
and they hold up.
I've had a couple of experiences with the re-
turn of rudeness lately that mad* m* think a
lot. A man with a cigar In his fac* stole a
parking space from me, after I'd waited patient-
ly for at least 10 minutes. He was real brave
about the whole thing until, accidentally, the
cigar got shoved rather more deeply into his
mouth than he relished. It seemed so silly to
die over such a small matter aa a parking space.
Or even to be involved In a fist fight which you
might not win. And the clothes get so rumpled
and dirty that way.
At th* ball parks you will find foul-mouthed
fellows sitting in your seat. You ask them to
move and thev say, aw, drop dead. Firm but
gentle pressure on the ears, with both hands,
often succeeds In removing them from the seat
without recourse to the gendarmerie, and they
very seldom strike back.
Concerning our International policy of tipping
our friends across the seas with huge moneys,
there Is a parable In the handling of taxi driv-
ers. When you fling a man a sizable tip, you
leave the taxi door open. If he says thank you,
then you close the door. Otherwise, you leave
the door open and he Is forced to get out, walk
around and close his own door". He may be ar-
rested for obstructing traffic; he may even be
hit by another cab.
I seem overfull of sermons, maybe, but I am
real weary of having good returned with evil,
politeness with rudeness, kindness with Ingrati-
tude both as an Individual and as a part of
the cosmos. Let 'em be polite, consarn it, or
up go the dukes. Bernle Baruch knocked out a
cab driver when he was 68 for an act of un-
warranted Insult. I recall, and the same treat-
ment can be recommended for the unruly world.

Forces7 Civilians
By Peter Edson
mm
Drew Pearson soys: Galo Plaza only Latin-American Pre-
sident born in U.S.A.; Ecuadorian leader is ordentd-
vocate of democracy; Espouses free press, civil rights,
and American cows. '
WASHINGTON. The first president of a Latln-Amerln
country ever born In the United States Is in Washington. Hi'Is
Galo Plaza, president of Ecuador, who has played football at tha
University of California, sold apples in New York during the de-
pression, and has built up a head of 1,000 Holsteln dairy cows op*
mile up on the plateaus of Ecuador.
More Important than any of these, however. Galo Plaza! :is
operating one of the few free and democratic countries in the
western hemisphere. On a continent where democracy U squeezed
between communism and fascism, and where democracy is con-
sidered a luxury safe only for countries which can afford deep-
freezes, he has shown that democracy can work.
In only five other Latin-American countries today-Uruguay,
Chile, Mexico, Cuba and Costa Rica is there complete freedom
of the press. In Peru, for Instance, a newspaperman was jailed
recently because he translated a Life magazine article on Evita
Pern. The article was not even published, merely translated ready
for publication. Nevertheless, he was clapped into jail.
Even In supposedly democratic India. Prime Minister Nehru
has proposed legislation restricting the press. However.- President
Galo Plaza has laughed at the gibes of the Ecuadorian press, calls
revolution "our national sport," has never imposed martial law,
drives his own car to hla farms, and talks in their own language
to the Indians who come to see him.
COWS BY AIRPLANE
I confess to being a little partial toward Galo Plaza. I got to
know him when he was ambassador to Washington, the introduc-
tion having come through the Madame Holsteln and the fact
that some of my cows are related to his. Incidentally, the presi-
dent of Ecuador studied at the University of Maryland In order
to specialize in dairying, and since that time he has Imported his
hero sires and some of his heifers from Homer Remsberg at Mld-
dletown, Md., sometimes flying them to Ecuador by plane.
The fact that Galo Plaza was born In an almost unknown
hotelthe Hotel MartinIn New York's Greenwich Village, was
due to the circumstance that his father, himself a president of
Ecuador, was then In exile. His father was a buccaneering gen-
eral who made his way by the sword, but who married a daugh-
ter of a top Ecuadorian aristocrat. She has spent much of her
life in the United States and is still living.
As a youngster. Galo Plaza was literally brought up in poli-
tics. His father served two terms as president of Ecuador, once
before Galo was born, once afterward. Galo saw him put across
what were then almost revolutionary measurespublic education,
limiting the hours of the people's work, divorce, civil marriage,
and expropriation of large landed estates. ...
During part of this time, Galo was a playboy at Maryland ana
California Universities, sporting a convertible and a big coon-
skln coat, which, incidentally, proved a llfesaver when the old
general got fed up with his son's life of ease and cut off his
allowance. It was then that Galo sold apples on the street cor-
ners of New York, later got a Job as assistant purser on the
Grace Line between New York and Chile.
FIRED SIX GENERALS
Subsequently, Galo and his father patched up their differ-
ences, and young Plaza took over the operation of the family's
farms, where he Introduced American tractors, contour plowing,
and Maryland cows. Neighbors scoffed, called him the "man
v4th the gringo Ideas." But since then, farm methods In Ecuador
gradually have become modernized.
Plaza got started in politics at the very bottom. He became
p. member of the municipal council of Quito, then mayor of Quito,
later minister of defense, at a most crucial period1938-40
just before Pearl Harbor. As minister of defense he laid down
the unheard-of doctrine that the army must keep out of poli-
tics, and proved that he meant what he said.
At one cabinet crisis, his colleagues were In a dither over
the threatened rebellion of six generals. Finally they turned to
Galo Plaza, the minister of defense.. .
"It's very simple," he said. "I'll fire all six generals*-
He did so. And the delineation between military and- civilian
wovernment had progressed far enough In Ecuador that the six
were not given the heroes' welcome given to General MacArthur
in the United States today. _-:___.._.. f
WHISTLE-STOP CAMPAIGN f
Galo Plaza served as ambassador in Washington during part
of the vital war years, but resigned In 1948 in protest against the
cHctatorship of President Velasco. He ran for president himself in
1948 staging the same sort of whistle-stop campaign as Harry
Truman and with the same general expectation that he would
With no political party behind him. he visited almost every
town and village in Ecuador, and instead of haranguing .the
people with a stentorian outline of his policies, he -asked their
advice as to what should be done. -.
Galo Plaza's slogan since elected has been more work and
leM'There*'are no quick solutions to Ecuador's problems,"" he
says. "In a generation a miracle may be accomplished. But during
my four years all I can do Is to set the country on the right
l',a(Accordlngly, he has concentrated not on social reforms but
on economic progress. His old friend, Nelson Rockefeller, helped
with this, sending American experts to study what products
Ecuador can best produce. As a result, the country is already on.
the way to becoming one of the great rlce-growlng areas of the
world and is slowly pulling away from Its unenviable status as
f>e poorest and most disease-ridden country in South America.
' Most important of all, however, Galo Plaza has remained one
of the few Latin-American presidents to serve out bis lull-tour
years without resorting to armed strength, without suppressing
C'Viylowg three abortive revolutions in 14 nths Plasa. was
urged to crack down on his enemies. However, the press still re-
mains free to ridicule him. Communist speakers remain free to
malign him In the public square, and he continues to maintain
that democracy can work In a country without shoes.
1 ^Copyright. 1951, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON (NEA) Department of De-
fense has finally found out where all Its 1 5U4 -
000 civilians are employed. Army has 622,000 of
them. Navy 563.000 and Air Force 319 000.
The question first came P about a month
ago. Economv-mlnded Sen. Harry F. Byrd of
Virginia tries to keep books on the rise and fan
__mostly rise of government help. He want-
ed to know where all these defense people were
and what thev do.
Department of Defense officials couldn't an-
swer the question at the time. But since then
a number of tabulation sheets half as big as a
desk top. have been prepared to show where
hev work.
With the uniformed Army. Navy. Marine Corps
and Air Force being built up to 3.500.0OCI men.
It seemed rather high to have another 1.500,000
civilians to take care of them. It averaged out
one civilian behind the lines for every two and
third people in uniform.
And this did not include the 85.000 uniformed
personnel which Texas Sen. Lyndon Johnsons
preparedness sb-committee has just reported it
found In the "chair brigade."
Giving a detailed breakdown on where Army.
Navv and Air Force have their civilian employes
scattered all over the country and the world
would be too statistical and take up too much
space. But a broader classification can be given
to show what the principal Job classification are
for these men behind the men behind the men
behind the guns. This is the way it shapes up.
in round-number combined totals for the three
sprvicCS*
Supply system, handling military stores 324,000
Maintenance and operation of Army
camps ...................'......,- **00QO
Operation of air bases, with plane
overhaul ....................... 247.000
Operation and repair In naval ship-
yards, ............i- *, .......: *400
In ordnance stations, servicing and
testing ammunition and explosives.. 87.000
Administration of the $60 billion de-
fenae program all over the world 79.000
Technical instructors at service schools 60,000
At military and naval hospitals ...... M.ooo
Finance disbursement and military pay 28.000
, The above nine categories add UP to 1.224.000
I civilians employed to operate and maintain the
military establishment. But that ain't all. Still
farther behind the lines are another 280,000 ci-
vilians employed on production and procurement
of military supplies. They add up to:
Government arsenals and navy yards
manufacturing weapons ............ 164,000
Research and development on new
weapons ............................ 77,000
Care of government Industrial reserve
plants and tools, and Industrial mo-
bilization .......,..,............... 9,600
Defense public works construction 4,500
Offices of Defense Secretaries ........ 2,000
Civilian instructors at staff colleges.. 1,000
Handling National Guard matters .... 22,000
The big drive now before Congress Is how to
reduce these numbers. And the Department of
Defense has a battle on Its hands trying to jus-
tify them.
The big argument on government employment
of civilians In the military establishment is
whether private business could perform some of
these services on contract at a saving to the
taxpayer. Taking all arms production out of
government arsenals and navy yards, for In-
stance, would cut down civilian employment by
ten percent.
The armed service heads claim this would be
more costly In the long run. Army and Navy
have built up working forces of special tech-
nical skills over the years. Breaking up these
organisations would mean that all the 164,000
employes would have to be transferred to private
employment, 6r new labor forces developed. The
government manufactures none of Its own air-
craft, however.
The effort to cut down civilian employment
in the military establishment Is to be carried
forward on several fronts. President Truman.
in a new directivo letter to all agencies, has in-
structed them to save manpower wherever pos-
sible.
The Citizens' Committee for the Hoover Re-
port on government reorganization has Just ap-
pointed a new group to exert pressure on all
agencies to modernize their personnel policies.
The armed serVlces themselves have made
some effort to reduce the number of uniformed
personnel on non-combat duty. But whenever
they replace a uniformed man or woman with a
civilian, they merely Increase the percentage of
civilians.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W* make loans with guarantees on first mortage
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and .
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH-.
10B Central Ave. at
corner of "1" Street.
Front St. at corner
of 7th St
CARLOS MOUYNES V*-
Sub-Maaager.
0. R. De R0UX
Manager.
OURSi
From 8:00 a.m. to 1Z:S p.m.
SATURDAYS: from S:M to 1S:H p.sn




JPAGE EIGHT
r -
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
. SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1J51
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Alarm
BY MERRILL BLOSSER
Baptist
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCHES
Panama Baptist, Prayei Meeting 5:30
ajn Divine .Service. 9.30 a.m. Divine Ser-
via* 7:15 p.m and Serving of The Lord's
Supper at boto Service* Sunday School
1:0(1 D.m
Boyd Baptist. La Boca, C. Z.. Divine
Service 11:00 a.m and 7:30 p m. Serving
the Lord's Suppci al both Service Sun-
day School al 'c(Ki p.m.
New Hopa. Chiva-Chlva. C Z.. Divine
Service 11:00 am Sunday School al
1:0n d ni
Gamooa. C.Z.. Dlvme Services at 11:00
am. and 7:10 D.m with Sunday School
at :i 00 um
Ro Abalo.
l:8ti n in
RJ" Sunday School at
COCOLI BAPTIST ( III IK II
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Everv Sunday
Sunday School ............. 9 45 a.m.
Hi caching Services ........ 10:41 a.m.
Training Union ............. 8:00 p m.
Preaching Services ......... 7:00 p.m.
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service 7 no everv
Monday evenlne
rutM H u"iim i in in ii
Balboa Heighls. c.Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Yarn Charrh away from hume
willi
welcome lusi as Irlrndly'
u iiiniii' ii tteeby
Sunday School ........
Morning Worship .......
Baptist Training Union .
Evangelistic Service .. ..
W M S Bible Study
(Every Wednesday i ..
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month i
Pastel
,.. a 30 am
,.. 10:41 a m
... 6:30 p m
___ 7 -30 d m
l M i o m
''30 o.m
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue al 12th Streel
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred L. Jones. Pastoi
"Your Invitation To Warship-
Bible School
Worship............,.
Training Union .........
Worship .............
Prayer Meeting (Thiirs )
41 am
11:00 am
5:10 p m
i 6 30 p m
7:30 pm
0
Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zona, and tha
terminal cities of Panama and Colon, Republic of Panama, ax-
fend a welcome at all tima* to man and woman of tha armed
arvicat, and to civilian neighbors, friends and strangers.
As a public service, tha Panama American lists below, by
denominations, notices of hours at worship and othet reguloi ac-
tivities.
Listings of larger denomination! ara In alphabetical order,
which is rotated from rime to time. Denominations having only
one er two congregotions oro lilted under "Other Churches And
Services." A special lifting it included for services at Army posts,
Air Force bases and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secrcfories and chaplain) are asked to in-
form the newt desk by Wednesday noon at the latest of any
chantes for tha coming Saturday'l church paga.
OUR LADY O GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, C.Z.
Paator, Rev Charles Jacob, CM
Sunday Musses ... 7:00 and 8JU a.m
Weekday Masses. Wednesday, etc 6:00
i.m.
Holy Day Masses ... 6:45 6:30 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service
ruesday 7:00 pan. __ ,
Sacret Heart Novena service. Fridays
7:00 p.m.
Confessions Saturday .. 6:00 o.m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor, Rev. John Tumelty CM.
Sunday Mas 6:45 a.m.
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 6:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service Fri-
day 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Saturday 1 to 1 D-m
CHURCH Of THE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z
Sunday Masa .............. 8:00 a.m.
Catechism Class ........... 10:00 am.
Red Tank Catechism Class .. 11:00 a m.
Benediction ............... 7:00 o.m
PARASO C.Z (Lodge Hall)
Sunday Mass ........... 6:11 am
Calechism Class Sunday 10:30 a.m
SI l-HKKKSA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. C.Z
Sunday Mas .......... 9:00 a.m
Holy Day Mas ....... 630 am
CATHOLIC CHURCH. I minimi ll
Sunday Masa............ 1:00 a.m
Catechism Clas Thursday .. 3:10 o m
ST JOHN Tilt BAPTIST Dt. LA SALLt
Rio Abajo. Panam
Sunday Mas ............. 630 am
Holy Day Mass ........... 7:30 a.m
Benediction Sunday........ 7:00 pm
Catnolic
(Listed uelow are the Cauionc Churches
In the Canal Zone and those In the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaitlng Besides these, (he Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Coln and num-
erous parish churches In both cilles. wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
then congregation re Timarlly Span
ish-^oeakn t
ST i.uii '. CHURCH
Balboa. CZ
Sunday Masse: 6:00. 8:00. 9 00. 10:00
ana liara a.m.
Bcnei-.ctlon Sunday. 1:00 D.m
SACKED Ht.AKi CHAPEL, Ancon, C.I
Ancon Boulevard. Phone 2-0343
Sunday Masses: 6 00. 7-Jo-te 1:10 am
Dally Mass. 0:60 am
Holvday M.. -i- K Ml i-si m and
12:1(1 o in
Be. p.,ii nun rnuay i .30 pan
CoiucsMiMis Thursday befort (ht isl
Friday. (Hi lo B no p in
XVt-ry Saturday 3 30 to 1:0b o.m 1:00
to 8 00 p in
CaihechiMn Class Grade School Child
ren: Friday 1:11 p.m
Study Club High School Students
Wednesday 6:30 pan
Sodalltv Meeting: Tuesday 6:10 o.m
Canal Zone Council ot Catholic Nurses
everv 2nd and 4th Thurdav 7'30 u in
Mill XI 1 1.(11 > Ml II.XI > III 1(1 II
New Crisiobai i.n and G St
Pasioi. Rev Vincent Rvuii. CM
Sunaay Masses.. 7 8 and 10-30 a.m
Week.ua> Mas 6.30 a.m
Sunday School aftei the 8 u clock Ma'
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Holiday Massea: 6 and 8am
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 o.m
Monday 1 and 7 pm
IMMAt II Art CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Paator Rev John Tumelty (, M
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays, Confessions Co imuntnp
Sunday Mass 8:00 a m
Weekday Masse Thursday ana Selui
day 7 00 a m
Holiday Mass / i a.m
Monday 7:00 p m
7:00
Sunday Mass
Confessions Saturday 630 to 7:00 D.m
CHI Kt H Ot ST. VINCENT Dt PAUL
(Vlncenlian Fathers)
K Street, Panama City
Masses. Sunday 6 an (high inassi; at
1:10 sin 'Sunday school conducted by
Marykrvoi! Siters. afler (he second Mass;
Week da v Kim llnlldav 6 and 8'30
a m
Confessions Saturday J.3 to a om
at 7 p.m
Evening Devnduiifc. Knsory each day
at 7 p.m.. Miraculous Medal Novena al
f p.m Friday, convert classes 7:30 om
Monday and Thursday
Caihecism Cles 10 41 to 11:41 a.m
Sunday
Benediction MO pm
Holv Day Mas 6:00 a.m
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCILNCt CHURCHES
rirsl Church ol Christ. Scientist Aneo
160 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00: Wednesday :00 o.m
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
first Church ol Christ, Sciential, Cristobal
13th Streel Ji Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday 7:30 o.m
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
Christian science Society, Gamboa
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a ro fir! Ii Third Wed
esday 7:30 pm
Sunday School 10.Ii
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Coln, R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
STB. Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9am Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 am. Church School.
7:30 Dm. Solemn Evensong a Sermon
WEDNESDAYS.
am Holy Communion.
7:30 p m. Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 Dm Adult Confirmation Claa.
THURSDAYS:
1 p.m. Prayer Guild.
a
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist.
7:30 om. Choir Practice
SATURDAYS:
10 a m Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 om Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
St. George's Church
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev. Solomon N. Jacobs.
Sundays:
8:41 am Church School
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer ,
10 00 a.m Holy Eucharist snd Sermon
Tuesdays.
1:00 s.m Holy Communion lAlso Holy
Oay and Saints Days, i
Wednesday.
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
8:00 om St Vincent's Guild
Thursdays:
7:30 D.m Choir Rehearsal
6:00 Young People's Meeting
Galun
The Rev. J. William L. Graham. Paator.
Phone 5-355.
8:00 9:30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
snd HON.
9:41 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
1:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev. Henry Bell. Paator.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School.
10:41 Worship service and Church-time
tursery.
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC STDI
Balboa
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Paator
Phone 2-1486, Ofc. Phone 2-3236
9:30 Church School. Free bus service.
10:30 WorahiD service and Church-tlmr
lursery.
10:30 South Congregations
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
6:00 Post HI Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song.''
Cocoli
Bruja Road and St Thomas Ave.
9:00 am. Sunday School. Free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocoli.
i.smboa
All service in Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray. Minister
Phone 6-130
9:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service.
Pedro Miguel
9:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers.
Unitarian
Church ol St. M
Rev Solomon N
ir The Vlriin
Jacobs
Episcopal
ANCON, L.Z
THE CATHEDRAL O SI LUKk
The Rl. Rey R- Hebor Uooden, Bishop
The Very Ruv Raymond T Ferris. Dear
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
9:30 am Cathedral School
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon
(First Sunday ol the month Hnlv Cmn
minion snd Sermon I
7:00 n m Evening Pravei and Sernmi
CRISTOBAL, K.P
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUB
Ird St near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastoi
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am
(H.C. first Sunday In the month i
Young People's Vesper Service 4-3(
o.m.
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 om
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 am.
A House of Pravei lor all oeoole
COCOLI
Church ul SI Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev. M A Cookson, Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 am
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(HC first Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wedneaday evening
ii 0 SB p m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m
House of Pravei ind Fellowship toi all
oeople
COROZA1
Good Shepherd
The Ven A F Nightengale
7:30 am Everv Friday; Morning Pre
er.
(HC IsL Friday.)
Sundays:
6:45 a in Morning Prayer.
7:00 a in Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m Church School
6:00 p m Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holv
Jays and Saint Days.)
7:30 pm Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p.m. Prayer Guild
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion al 10:45 a.m on the
/:30 p.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 am Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m Church School.
6:00 p.m Solemn Evensong
Thursday and Holv Day HC 7:00
i m
Wednesday and Holy Day 8:30 a.m
rioly Communion
' (First Sondav of everv month.I
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board. Bldg (92-X, La
Boca Road. Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Wttktn director
Services on Friday. 7:30 pimi
(See also listings of Jewish sehvtce
under Posts Bases snd Stations )
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vlstn
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Shi vices on Friday. 8 Dm
Lutheran
.ll.IH.tMMI I I I III Ills CHURCH
"The Church ol the Lutheran Hour"
If. T. Bernthal. Pastor
H10 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 a.m..
rt'oishlp service 10:13 a.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Tbee Good." A
friendly welcome await all visitors Pot-
luck simper second Sundav each month
6:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
/ :30 p ni The Service Centei. upen Wed
nesilay through Sunday, extends a cor
'lia' welcome te all military oersonnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVlCs.
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 1:00 Om
H. I Bernthal. Pastor
A Cordial Welcome To All
THE
(SITARAN
SOCIETY
10:31' a in
JWB Armed
r'orce Service
Center Library
Balboa. C.Z.
four Invitado
lo liberal
religion
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SID
Protestant
rORT AMADOR
Sunday School ....'.............. 9:11
Morning Worship..............,. 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School ........'.......... 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
US NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:41
IIQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... 9:99
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................. 9:00
I2TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass ................... 7:41
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dally Masa ..................... 7:30
Sunday Masses .......... 1:00 as 9:00
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 7:4*
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Mas ................. 9:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass .................... 1:30
Sunday Masses .......... 7:43 A 9:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday....................... 6:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ..... 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...... ** 7100
IWB. Balboa. C.Z.
................... T-S0
0 A. Osborne
Sunday Holv
COCO SLITO
Pastor, Rev Wm
Sunday Maes .......
Holy Day Mass ........
Sunday School ........
Services Thursday nights
Confeslon nefnre Mass
'
PLAYSHED
J Finn C M
1:41 a i
6 00 am
8:45 s.m
7-41 om
CHimCS) Ot THf- NOLI FAMILV
Margarita. C Z
Rev William J Finn C M
Mas................
9:15
ST. JOSEPH'S LIIIRCH
Colon, 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Re. J Raymon Mchate C M
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masse .. 5.45 4 9:00 am
Weekly Meases ... i 45 a) 6:30 am.
First Frldr Masses .. 5 45 R 00 a ni
Baptisms Sunday..... 4.-00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena service everv
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7.-00 o.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Friday
7:15 pm.
Confession Saturday ic 1: 7 u> t-
sj.m
St-nday School. 1:01 p m.
Instruction for adult seeking know
ledge nf the Catholic Church everv Mnn
day and Thursday al 7:15 pm
Sunday. 8-30 am- Church School with
glasses for all Ages
10 45 a.m. -Rrgulai Morning Worship
Sermon Topic '"Tou Can't live With.
out It" Sueclei Music by the lunim
Choir
9:00 pmYouth Fellowship Sub)ert
or consideration "The Captain of The
Came Installation of Newly Selected
Officers
ST VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis. C M
Sunday Masses 141 snd 8:00 am
Weekday Mas ....... 6 09 am
Holy Day Mases .. 110 snd 6 30 a m
Sunday School ... UM am
Miraculous Medal Noven servlee -
Tuesday 7 00 o m
Baptisms Sunday Wb p m
Confession Saiurdav 1 30 ir s-00- 7 on
b> 8-00 p m
J lnstru.:ion- .m adults Tuesdays Fri
fjavs 7-sg osa
GAMBOA
SL Simon's Church. Rev
10.30 s.m 2nd snd 4Hi
Communion 8t Sermon.
10 30 a.m 1st and 3rd Sundav* Morn
na Pravei & address
:roo ii in Sunday School
5:00 and 6'90 o.m Youth urgaiiizaiiuiu
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and address
2:00 pm Service a( Penitentiary Every
Hh Sunday
7:30 n ni Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
cle'-''
7:30 pm 2nd. and 4th. Thursday
Woman' Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holv Communion 4th Sunday '-.00 pm
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley Priest
6 a.m -Holy Communion
7 a.m.Choral Eucharist snd Sermon
10 a.m.-Morning Prayei and Church
School
1 pm -Holy Baptism
7.30 pm-vespers snd Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays,
7 a.m.. Wednesdays and Fridays 9 am.
Girls Friendly 6 snd 7 p.m Mondsy. 6
p.m. Tuesday; Vespers nightly al 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 om
MARGAJUT A
St Margarel's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayei
1:00 o m
PALO Bt.CO
Church ni The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mnndso 8 30 am Holv Com-
-nunlon
PARASO
Re D A Osborne
800 s.m Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
9:30 am Sunday School.
5-30 D-m Evening Prever mo and 4th
Sundays
Monday. 1:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6 30 o m Girls' Friendly
Society. ,
Rl I) TANK
Rev DA Osborne Rev C A Crsgwetl
11:00 s.m Holy Communion and Sxr
non 1st and 3rd Sundays
II 00 am Morning Prayei and add-
ress 2nd ind 4th Sundays
3 00 pm Sundav School snd Baptism
7:30 pm Evening Prever and sddress
2nd snd tth Sunday*
PANAMA CITY
ST PAl'l-8 CHURCH
A F Nightengale BD Mtl
and The Rev Rlt7 Recala AtweD
Venerable. Archdeacon
do am Holy Communion 9:00 ajn
7 40 o a Evensong and Sermon
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
i British Conference)
Mintstei Rev G Herbert Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3 00 p in Sunday School
4.00 Men's Meeting.
7'15 o.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7Hi Street and Melendez Avenue.
Coln. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minlstei
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m and 7:15
p.m.: Sunday School (or all age at 1
D in
Monday 1:30 Dm. Weekly Pravei
Meeting
tBt-StZTR Ml 11 Kims I CHURCH
Slver City. CZ
ttev. Norui.ui PralL Minister
Sunday Service 8 am. and 5:15 D-m
Sunday School for ail ages at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City Calle la de lebrero
Services al 11 am and 7:30 p.m (Mai
>i Wllsoni, Sunday School al 1 p m
La Boca: Service at II am and 7 30
im Sunday School at 3:30 pm
Red Tank- Service at 7:30 cm Sundav
rlmol al 3 00 D.m
ColOn. ith Streel
Service at ....... 11 a m 4 7:30 p m
Sundav School at .. ...... 3:00 pm
Coln, 3rd Street
Service at ___ II a m 1:30 o.m
Silver City
Service at................. I :S0 p m
Sundav School al ..........3:30 p m
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No 1 J. A
Maynard. Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Service onlyi,
Adolphus Lawes. Chorrillo. P A Henry:
Rio Abajo. C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa. A
A Brlzzle. and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street, Joseph Bryan: Cris
iob.il English New Church. E. A Crock-
shank. Crisiobai Spanish Church, B J.
Maxun. (No Sunday nlgnl service at
present I
Sabbath school each church Saturday
J:30 am. Divine worship 11 am. Sunday
night service et all churches exoept
otherwise indicated
Friday
ATLANTIC SIDE
Proles tsnl
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion ..
Sunday School ..............
FORT UUCK ,
Sunday School :..............
Morning Worship .............
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School ...............
horning Worship.............
9:00
9:30
till
10:00
9:30
11:00
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLO
' Sunday Mas .
Catholic
......10:00
...... 9:00
...... 9:00
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jewish
7:00
Union Churches
Where all Prolestanls cooperate with
anlty In eesenllsrs. liberty In non-
essentlel snd charity In all things
THE ATLANTIC SIDI
Crutabsu
The Rev r-hllllp Havener Pastor
Phone 3-1463
10:4* Worship service and Church-time
nursery-
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panama Monday; Lecture and Dis-
cussions 1:00 om
Church ol Jesus Christ ol Letter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. CZ
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Centei
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Clsses loi all agee .... 10:00 a.m.
Preaching and Communion .. "''45 a m
Preaching and Communion .. 7K o nt
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study.....Wedneaday 7:00 pm
Ladle' Bible Class Thursday 1>45 o.ra
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:41 s m
Visilors welcome
Ladle Bible Study et Gatun
Phone Gatun 41S or Ft Gullck 309
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blaii
Sunday School ................. ,:4?
Morning Worship................ I1""
Young People's Service ......... I
Evening Worship ............... Im
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7
Choir Practice. Wednesdsy st
7:00 pm and Saturday 9:30 am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th SC West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 1:30 a m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays end Thunsdsv
Sscrsment ot Unction (Heeling Ser-
vice) First Sunday of eech month at
7 JO D-m
Mount Hallheth Christian Chnreb
Panama. R.P
Rl Rev T James. D D. Blshec
officiantlng.
Morning Worship
Holy Communion at .,......
Fellowship Worsts* 08......
Bible Reading at..........
Divine Service a* .........
Sermon st .. .. ...........
Holy Communion at ......
6 oo am
30 am
II 00 em
1:00 pm
7:00 p m
9:00 Dm
9:00 om
Balboa-Amador Reed USO Ctah
Non-Deaoaabutlao
Vespes Service st 6:11 D.m Sundays.
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PANAMA, R. P., SBADO, JUNIO 23, 1951
CINCO CENTUM* Oft
Se investigarn
ganancias de la
Fuerza y Luz
-^4
El Presidente de la Republic,
Don Alclbiades Arosemena c.i-
vl al Ingeniero Juan Alberto
Morales la siguiente' carta:
Panam, 22 de Junio de 1951.
Seor don
Juan A. Morales
Presidente de la Junta de Con-
trol de Precios,
betunado Seor:
Son numerosas las quejas j
denuncios que contra la Com-
paa Panamea de Fuerza y Lut
se presentan a diario. En vista
de ello y deseando el Gobierno
proceder siempre con la mayor
oojetivldad y amplitud, le supli-
co nombrar dos Auditores pira
que determinen si las ganmeias
de esta compaa son excesiva
y si las reiteradas demandas
populares son Justas.
Los servicios de los Auditores
debern ser pagados por la Ca.
Panamea de Fuerza y Luz.
Creo que el problema de esta
Compaa debe ser uno de ios
primeros que considere la Junta
bajo su Inteligente presidencia.
De Ud. con toda consideracin,
Alclbiades Arosemena
Presidente
Rusia ofrece petrleo a Irn si
no pueden operar las refineras
El Congreso de
Panam elogiado
por A. Lleras
Las relaciones entre
EL UU. y Amrica
Latina en buen pie
W8HINGTON, Junio 23.
(UBIS). Bl Presidente Tru-
man considera que las relacio-
nes entre las Repblicas ame-
ricanas estn hoy dia en me-
jor plano que en cualquier otra
poca de la historia.
Dijo en su conferencia sema-
nal de prensa que espera man-
tenerlas en ese nivel.
Traman manifest que tenia
el ms' elevado concepto del
Presidente del Ecuador, Galo
Plaza, ouien actualmente visita
este pals, y que el mandatario
ecuatoriano es un magnfico es-
tadista deseoso de hacer bien
las cosas.
Interrogado para que comen-
tara sobre informes relaciona-
dos con posible proposicin dt
paz de las Naciones Unidas en
Corea, Truman dijo que no ha-
ba recibido noticia de este
movimiento. Dijo que un asun-
to de esta ndole seria llevado
a su atencin.
Al regresar de una reunin
comunista en Mosc fueron
arrestados tres cubanos
LA HABANA, Junio 23. (UP)
La polica anunci el arres-
to de tres cubanos a su re-
greso de Mosc, en donde asis-
tieron a una reunin del parti-
do comunista.
La polica dijo que Miguel
Galbn, de 17 anos, obrero azu-
carero, Reinaldo Fundora Ve-
loz, de 39 aos y obrero del
tabaco, y el doctor Nicols Mon-
zn, fueron arrestados al des-
cender de un avin de la Bri-
tish South American Airways
en el aeropuerto de Rancho
Boyeros.
Se anunci que los arrestados
salieron de Cuba el 25 de abril
con rumbo a Mosc. A su re-
Milln y medio de
empleados ponen
fin a una huelga
ROMA, Junio 23. (UP). Un
milln y medio de empleados
del Gobierno pusieron fin a su
huelga de 24 horas a media
noche ayer. No ocurrieron actos
de violencia, pero el paro cau-
s gran eonfusin.
Un dirigente musical dijo que
la huega haba sido efectiva
en un noventa por ciento, en
lo que respecta a las comuni-
caciones.
graso a Cuba se les encontr
propaganda comunista, cigarri-
llos y monedas rusas, asi como
medallas. Se agreg que los
tres han sido acusados de cons-
pirar contra la estabilidad de
la
*gg*
iltea.
W---------
Muchos regalos
en la tmbola
del festival
Tedo parece indicar que el
Club de Esposas de los Pe-
riodistas obtendr, un gran
xito en el festival que han
organised para el sbado
prximo en el Jardn Bal-
boa, en vista del respalde
aae a la gigantesca tmbo-
la estn dando las casas co-
merciales.
Valiosos premios han sido
obsequiados para este mag-
nifico festival, que ser real-
zado con la presentacin de
nmeros especiales que han
sido ofrecidos por los clubes
nocturnes de esta capital.
Las esposas de los perio-
distas estn trabajando ac-
tivamente y estn recibiendo
tambin el respaldo entu-
siasta de la colectividad que
compra boletos para eontrl-
buir as con el desayuno del
period iquero.
En medio de mutuas recriminaciones
los Ministros de Gran Bretaa y de
Rusia abandonan la Conferencia
PARIS, Junio 23 (UP)^- En
medio de mutuas recriminacio-
nes por el fracaso de la con-
ferencia de delegados de los Mi-
nistros de Relaciones Exteriores
de Gran Bretaa, Rusia y Fran-
cia, emprendi el regreso a su
patria el representante norte-
americano Philip Jessup.
El delegado britnico, Ernest
Noche de San Juan
ser la de hoy en
el Parque Lefevre
Un acontecimiento social sin
precedentes ser la gran "Nocie
de San Juan" que la Sociedad
"Chltr en Marcha" presentar
erta nohee en el parque Infantil
del Parque Lefevre, cedido ga-
lantemente por la Sociedad Pro
Mejoras.
La "Chem' ha contratado los
servicios del Conjunto Pcet pa-
ra amenizar la fiesta, lo cfcl
constituye una garanta de xi-
to. Habr fuegos artificiales, :o
midas, refrescos e Innumerables
sorpresas que han de agradar
a los asistentes.
81 la lluvia Impide la celeU i-
cln del festival en el P/rqjn
lnfaltil, este se efectuar en la
residencia del seor Julio Alce-
te, frente al Parque Infantil.
Davles, dijo que ste fracaso
prueba que Rusia no est dis-
puesta a mejorar sus relacio-
nes con el occidente, pero aa-
di que "sigue abierta la puerta
para una conferencia de Minis-
tros de Relaciones Exteriores."
Aadi que se confiaba en que
Rusia "comprender en ltima
instancia que le conviene a sus
mejores intereses la celebracin
de la conferencia de Ministros
de Relaciones Exteriores." Dijo
luego que Rusia logr demorar
los preparativos de la defensa
del occidente con sus tcticas
en la conferencia, pero "ahora
polemos seguir adelante con la
defensa."
El delegado 8ovitico, Andrei
Gromyko, declar por su parte
en la conferencia colectiva de
prensa realizada en la Embaja-
da Rusa que los "crculos Im-
perialistas" de Estados Unidos,
Oran Bretaa y Francia estn
preparando una nuevr guerra
mundial, pero que Rusia "se-
guir luchando por la paa al
poner en descubierto las maqui-
naciones de esos crculos Impe-
rialistas."
Despus de culpar a Estajos
Unidos, Gran Bretaa y Fran-
cia del fracaso de las delibe-
raciones en esta capital, Gro-
myko dije en respuesta a una
pregunta que "la interrupcin
de las conversaciones de los de-
legados no agravar ni amino-
rar las relaciones entre las
cuatro grandes potencias.'*
Antiparacaidistas de
Rusia trasladados a
la frontera de Irn
TEHERAN. Junio 23. (UP).
El semanario "Farman"' infor-
ma que el Embajador sovitico,
Sadchlkov, conferenci recien-
temente con el Premier Mos-
sadegh y le prometi que Rusia
suministrar petrleo a Irn
si la refinera de Abadan se ve
obligada a cerrar.
El semanario dijo que la ac-
titud rusa hacia Irn ha me-
jorado en su generalidad, y que
8adchnlkov le dijo a Mossadegh
que no slo no Interferir con
la nacionalizacin sino que Ru-
sia apoyar al Gobierno de
Irn.
Informa el semanario que a
pesar del anuncio del Minis-
tro de Relaciones Exteriores de
que las maniobras en la fron-
tera rusa son corrientes, en rea-
lidad ellas slo son el trasla-
do del 27o. Ejrcito Sovitico y
"tropas antiparacaidistas" des-
de Checoeslovaquia a la fron-
tera con Irn.
El Gral. Ridgway
dio la bienvenida
a los colombianos
COREA, Junio 22. (UP).
El General Matthew B. Ridg-
way le dl la bienvenida al
batalln de infantera de Co-
lombia en Corea.
En un mensaje dirigido al
Teniente Coronel Jaime Pola-
nla. Comandante del batalln,
"Por faveri sirvM darle a
todos los miembros de iu co-
mando mi bienvenida-personal
en esta histrica ocasin a su
llegada a este teatro. Srvase
tambin expresarles mi confian-
za de que1 bajo su direccin ellos
agregarn a la historia militar
de Colombia grandes proezas de
las cuales sus carneradas en el
sistema Interamericano de de-
fensa y sus aliados en las Na-
ciones Unidas se sentirn or-
gullosos".
Se inaugur ayer
el edificio de la
Esc. J. de Obalda
El Excmo. seor Ministro de
Educacin, Ricardo J. Berm-
dez y el Secretario de Obras
Pblicas, don Eladio Peres Ve-
nero, en forma elocuente hicie-
ron una exposicin de la labor
encomendada a sus respectivos
ministros al inaugurar el nue-
vo edificio de la escuela Jos de
Obalda.
En nombre del personal do-
cente de la escuela Jos de O-
baldia, la directora seora do-
fia Manuela A. viuda de He-
rrera, dl a conocer las inquie-
tudes que siempre movieron al
(Pasa a la Par. (. Col. 4)
"Si cedemos en Irn vamos a
entregarle el len persa al
oso ruso"-. W. Churchill
Por ROBERT SHACKFORD
LONDRES, Junio 23 (UP) El len de Gran Bretaa y el de
rersia se encuentran trenzados en mortal combate obre el pe-
trleo, mientras que el ose Ruso contina de espectador entrete-
nido. Despus de semanas de crisis, la situacin de Irn se ha
deteriorado a tal panto que las consecuencias globales se estn
acercando dia a dia al frente.
Ya no se trata de si se le permitir a Irn nacionalizar su in-
dustria petrolera. Tampoco se trata de quin obtendr mas dine-
ro por el petrleo de Irn. La amenaza al abstecimiento de petr-
leo de Iran del mundo occidental, aunque serla, ya no es una
cuestin esencial.
El verdadero peligro consiste en si Irn se convertir en otra
Corea. _, .
Si Gran Bretaa, tal como lo prometi, enva tropas a Iran
para proteger a los empleados britnicos de la Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company, entrar Rusia al norte de Irn? O, si Gran Bretaa no
tiene que enviar tropas a Irn, pero los Iranios Insisten en cerrar
su gran industria petrolera, se derrumbara Irn cayendo presa
del Partido Tudeh (comunista) convirtindose en un enorme y
valioso EsUdo vasallo de Rusia?
Y, la tercera pregunta es si cualquiera de las dos cosas
apuntadas arriba ocurre, no seria eso, en efecto, el comienzo de
la tercera guerra mundial?
A medida que la crisis de Iran crece se convierte en una espada
de Damocles que pende sobre la cabeza del mundo occidental. Y
aun si Gran Bretaa se somete a las demandas de Irn, no pren-
dera eso la mecha de una crisis similar en el resto del militarmen-
te dbil y estratgicamente Importante Medio Oriente7
Una y otra ves durante el debate en la Cmara de los Comu-
nes ayer se hizo la advertencia, especialmente por Winston Chur-
chill y los conservadores, que ceder ahora ante Irn sera lo mis-
mo que entregarle el len Persa en ana bandeja de petrleo al
* Pero'el dilema es muy grande. Us ms altas autoridades mili-
tares de Us naciones occidentales no quieren otra Corea en el
Medio Oriente ni en ningn lado mucho menos 1 comienzo de
una ruerra en gran escala.
Uno de estos hombres dijo recientemente en privado: "No po-
demos soportar ms Coreas, Y si acaso va a haber "*"?*
guerra mundial con Rusia -Dio. no o permita ts no
queremos pelear ni an las fases Iniciales de sta en el Medio
Oliente". __________________
Se espera que cinco pases
nuevos formen parte ahora
del pacto del Atlntico
Por CARL W. MeCABDLE
(NA.NA.)
PARIS, Junio (EPS). Los
altos funcionarlos de la alian-
za atlntica creen que muchos
otros pases sern incluidos en
fecha no lejana "n esta orga-
nizacin. Grecia y Turqua, di-
cen, sern los primeros de esos
pases. Es muy posible que den-
tro de ao y medio o dos aos
tambin se haya admitido a
Alemania, Yugoeslavla y Espa-
a.
La Inclusion de varios o to-
dos de esos pases en la alian-
za es objeto de viva discusin
todavia; pero los funcionarlos
en cuestin consideran que las
objeciones levantadas contra al-
gunos de ellos, tales como las
de Gran Bretaa y Francia con-
tra Espaa, tienen mviles de
poltica 'nterna, y que en pri-
vado esas objeciones no son
mantenidas con e> mismo vigor.
Por supuesto, mucho es lo que
hay que hacer para realizar la
tarea de la alianza tal como la
concibe su comandante en Jefe
el general Eisenhower. No s-
lo hay que resolver las innu-
merables dificultades burocr-
ticas sino tambin las que na-
cen del orgullo y celo nacional
de cada uno de los miembros.
Todo el mundo de-ea hacerlo
todo l solo. Los franceses de-
searan producir tanques de
cincuenta toneladas y aeropla-
nos de combate, cuando es no-
torio que su economa no se los
permite y que el esfuerzo re-
ducirla en tal forma su nivel
de vida que los hara ms f-
cil presa del comunismo.
Por lo tanto, se ha tratado
de hacerles ver que es mejor
que dejen que los Estados Uni-
dos fabriquen las armas y que
ellos se contenten con pagar de-
bidamente a sus soldados y con
producir armas pequeas.
Los Italianos pueden producir
camiones. Los holandeses son
expertos en fabricar aparatos
de radar. Los belgas, en produ-
c i fa- ro
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
21,900
Entregan ultimtum a
los tcnicos ingleses
para que se decidan
TEHERAN, junio 23. (UP).
El Premier Mohammed Mossa-
degh le telegrafi a la Junta
Nacional de Petrleo en Aba-
dan que le d a los tcnicos
britnicos un plazo de 32 ho-
ras para decidirse si trabajarn
para la compaa petrolera na-
cionalizada.
La hora en que vencer el
ultimtum no fue estipulada en
el telegrama y se presume que
ser la Junta la que decidir.
Informes llegados de Abadan
dicen que los capitanes de seis
buques-tanques b r 11 aicos se
negaron a firmar los recibos
del Gobierno de Irn por el pe-
trleo recibido y se le ha or-
denado no salir del puerto con
su cargamento.
Se tiene entendido que en
Londres el Gobierno Britnico
le ha dado Instrucciones a sus
capitanes de buques-tanques de
no firmar recibos que digan que
han recibido el petrleo de la
"Compaa Nacional Petrolera
de Irn" en lugar de la "An-
glo-Iranlan Oil Company".
La larga espera de los bu-
ques-tanques en Abadan pue-
de- conducir a menudo traba-
jo y por lo tanto, el desem-
pleo en los campos petroleros.
El Senado de Irn propuso
que el Gobierno explote los ya-
cimientos petrolferos a 24 mi-
llas al nor-este de Tehern, los
cuales fueron descubiertos por
cientficos rusos hace 19 anos,
pero no se han abierto pozos.
Odio y temor hall
un maestro bajo el
rgimen comunista
En algn sitio de Corea, Ju-
nio 23. (UBIS). El maestro de
escuela chino Nam Po, solo ha-
ll falsas promesas, temor y
odio bajo el rgimen de los co-
munistas norcoreanos, segn di-
Jo a un corresponsal de La Voz
de Amrica, recientemente.
Ahora, en un campo de re-
fugiados en una isla de la cos-
ta Sur de Corea uno de los
60,000 refugiados que escaparon
a los comunistas en Corea del
Norte, Chin dijo que ha halla-
do "la ms preciosa libertad de
la vida, que es la libertad de
ensear la verdad".
uince
ugia-
Chin es uno de los
maestros norcoreanos
dos en el campo. All ensean
a unos cuatro mil nios. A ve-
ces cinco o seis nios tienen
que compartir un libro.
"Pero podemos esperar que
vengan libros y escuelas", dijo
Chin. "Vendrn a su tiempo
mientras aqu, bajo las Nacio-
nes Unidas, tenemos algo mas
importante, que es la libertad
de ensear la verdad, la liber-
tad de ensear como nos plaz-
ca. Esto es algo por lo cual
hablamos esperado mucho tiem-
po. Por ello estamos aqu .
"Un Gobierno Democrtico es imposible
sin libertad de prensa".- Galo Plaza
WASHINGTON, Junio 23 (UP).El Presi:
dente del Ecuador, Galo Plasa, pronuncio
un discurso en el banquete que el "National
Press Club" le ofreci.
Antes de cementar a leer su discurso,
Plasa rog a les periodistas ecuatorianos
que han venido para Informar sobre su vi-
alta que se pusieran de pie P^ra que los
dems concurrentes pudieran conocerlos.
En seguida. Plaza dijo sonriendo: "No to-
dos ellos son amigos polticos mos. Alga-
nos me causan verdadero fermento cada
dia. Pero me siente feliz de verlos aqu.
Ello muestra que en Ecuador tenemos real-
mente una prensa libre".
El Presidente del Ecuador dijo en resu-
men:
"Cerno Presidente elegido per la libre vo-
luntad del pueblo del Ecuador que gobierna
a su pas con la mas estricta adhesion a
los principios y procedimientos democrti-
cos, ate doy cabal cuenta del lugar impor-
tante que ocupa la prensa libre en la ma-
quinarla del Gobierna. En realidad, podra
hasta decir que un Gobierno democrtico
es imposible sin libertad da prensa.
"Quisas les sorprenda comprobar que ce-
rno Jefe de Estado ye siga siendo campen
de la libertad de prensa, cuando lo habi-
tual es que los ms gritones defensores de
la causa, cuando se ven confrontados por
la responsabilidad del Gobierne, eliminan
o restringen la libertad de expresin con
la excusa de que se abasa de ese derecho y
ae seca va al orden pblico. Eso ha sucedi-
do en el mundo entero, desafortunadamen-
te machas veces".
"En el Ecuador, mi Gobierno observa el
ms profundo respeto por la completa li-
bertad de prensa porque creemos firme-
mente que toda amenaza directa a esa li-
bertad es una tendencia que eventualmente
conduce a extremos totalitarios.
"Hemos tenido la experiencia de todas
esas cosas que los Gobiernos temen. La
prensa sensaclonalista ha sido injusta y
cruel y a menudo ha rebasado los limites
de la decencia y la moralidad y predicado
el derrocamiento del Gobierno establecido,
pero an tales extremos no son tan malos
como la represin de la libertad de expre-
sin.
"Por otra parte, comprendemos que esto
no es sino la reaccin natural de una li-
bertad recin conquistada, y que si el Go-
bierno desempea su papel conforme a las
reglas del luego de la prensa, se dar cuen-
ta que la libertad de prensa es un derecho
sue trae aoarejadas ciertas obligaciones y
responsabilidades v que la opinin publica
slo sigue les que dicen la verdad.
"La prensa desempea un papel muy im-
portante en ml fells experimento con la
democracia en la America Latina porque
sin ella fracasaramos con toda seguridad.
"Por eaa razn. la dificultad de obtener
papel diario y el precio exorbitante que
se paga por el que puede obtenerse, cons-
tituyen una amenaza a la democracia.
"Las diarios de todo el hemisferio se ven
obligados a aumentar su precie, v los esca-
sos Ingres as de la gran mayora de nues-
tros paebloa hacen que tal aumento cons-
tituya la diferencia entre leer e ae un dia-
rio.
"Cmo podemos hacer nuestra parte en
la lucha por la democracia en el mundo
entero si restringimos el uso de los instru-
mentos con los cuales se esta construyendo
la democracia en nuestros pases? Los dia-
rios de Amrica Latina pagan ahora mismo
ms de 3t* dlares por tonelada de papel.
"En un artculo de Norman Cousins, pu-
blicado en el "Saturday Review of Litera-
ture" se calcula que 250 mil toneladas
puestas a disposicin de la prensa mundial
satisfara lag necesidades totales fuera de
Estados Unidos. Esto seria un cuatro por
ciento del consumo norteamericano y para
cada diario de Estados Unidos significara
un promedio de menos de una pagina por
dia".
"Nuestras necesidades en la Amrica La-
tina son bastante menores, pero el proble-
ma es mucho mayor porque en los pases
nuevos come los nuestros, que estn des-
pertando a la democracia, la carencia de
informacin y guia por medio de los dia-
rios podra ser muy perjudicial.
"Se me ha ocurrida que esta gran orga-
nizacin podra propiciar una gestin, con
el apoyo de otros clases de prensa del pas
quisas podra participar tambin el Sin-
dicato de Periodistas de Estados Unidos
para separar una diminuta fraccin del
papel adquirido por la prensa de vuestro
pau v revenderla a las publicaciones de la
Amrica Latina que han demostrado su vo-
luntad de librar la lucha comn en defen-
sa de la democracia, pero que en estes mo-
mentos se ven obligadas a retirarse de las
lineas del frente por falta de municiones".
Varas becas abre a
concurso Educacin
en las Secundaras
El Secretario del Ministerio de
Educacin, Licenciado Carlos I-
vn Zlga ha anunciado que a
partir del lunes 25 al vlernea 29
el presente mes, se aceptaran
on se Ministerio las solicitudes
dt los aspirantes a las siguien-
tes ctedras:
Escuela Normal J. D. Arose-
mena, una otedra regular In-
terina de artes Industriales y
una regular de agricultura.
Colegio "Abel Bravo", una re-
gular interina de matemticas
> una regular de espaol.
Primer Ciclo de Bocas del To-
ro, una regular de ciencias y
msica.
Primer Ciclo Secundario de
Aguadulce, una especial (20 rie-
ras) de estudios sociales y una
regular de espaol.
Conservatorio Nacional de
Msica y Declamacin, una to-
rela! (18 horas) de declama-
cin.
WASHINGTON, junio 23.
(UP). El Secretario Gene-
ral de la Organizacin de Es-
tados Americanos, doctor Al-
berto Lleras Camargo, dio a
la publicidad la siguiente de-
claracin con motivo del 12S
Aniversario de la inaugura-
cin de labores de la Con-
ferencia de Panam, convo-
cada por el Libertador Simn
Bolivar:
"Hace 125 aos que so
inauguraron las sesiones del
Congreso de Panam, convo-
cado por iniciativa del Li-
bertador Simn Bolivar.
"El Congreso de Panam
no realiz los objetivos que
se buscaron con su reunin
y ni siquiera fue posible que
todos los representantes de
las naciones invitadas concu-
rrieran a l ea una poca de
tan profundas conmociones
ocasionadas por las guerras
de independencia.
"Pero el valor del Congre-
so de Panam reside histri-
camente en ser el primer In-
tento de una asociacin do
naciones que Bolivar, si hu-
biese sido slo por su vo-
luntad, hubiera extendido al
mundo entero. El Senado da
Estados Unidos, desgraciada-
mente, ratific muy tarde el
nombramiento de delegados)
al Congreso, quienes no al-
canzaron a concurrir.
Los aliados malogran los
preparativos comunistas
para su nueva ofensiva
TOKIO, Junio 23. (UP).
Las fuerzas de las Naciones U-
nldas arrojaron a las tenaces
tropas rojas del extremo Nor-
te del viejo "tringulo de hie-
rro" en Corea Central en un
, Hacen arrestos
por el complot
contra Pern
BUENOS AIRES, Junio 2t
(UP) Se ha informado o-
ficialmente que cinco Jvenes
oficiales del Ejrcito argen-
tine fueron detenidos acu-
sados de estar complicado en
un supuesto complot contra
el Gobierno del President
Juan Pern.
El sub-secretario de Infor-
macin anunci que el ca-
pitn Francisco Figueroa de
la Vega, el Primer Teniente
Atilio Jos Demichelll, y los
Tenientes Julio Enrique Vila
Mel, Edgardo Arturo Fhr-
mann y Alberto Attlas con-
fesaron su participacin en
la conspiracin.
El comunicado deca que el
Ministerio' del Ejrcito supo
que "elementos perturbado-
res" estaban tratando de con
qulstar a varios oficiales Jo-
venes, por lo cual se orden
investigacin.
Intento de malograr los prepa-
rativos comunistas para una
nueva ofensiva.
El repentino ataque aliado
se llev a cabo en medio do
especulaciones de que los rojoa
chinos lanzarn su primera
ofensiva de verano el prximo
lunes, primer aniversario de la
inxJUln comunista de Corea
del Sur.
Los comunistas atseantaron
su actividad tanto en TeTietT
como en el aire anoche y hoy.
en un aparente preparativo
para su asalto.
Los rojos lanzaron cinco f-
tiles ataques contra las lines*
aliadas en el frente central o-
rlental y enviaron tres o ms
bombarderos sobre los, frente*
central y occidental entre la
noche y al amanecer.
Seis s u p e r f ortalezas B-29
bombardearon tres campos do
aterrizaje comunistas en el nor-
oeste de Corea para acabar con
la "amenaza" de un aumento
en las actividades areas co-
munlstar.
Otras superfortalezas dejaron
caer ms de 480 bombas do
fragmentacin de 500 libras an
40 ataques diferentes contra las
posiciones comunistas a lo la-
go del frente.
El mayor de los cinco ataque*
comunistas durante la ocha
ocurri en el nor-este de Yang-
gu en el extremo oriental de la
represa de Hwachon.
Los rojos usaron casi mu
soldados en el ataque y orza-
,-pasa a la Pe- . CoL
Los Estados Unidos pidieron a los -
comunistas chinos y norcoreanos
dejen investigar a la Cruz Roja
NUEVA YORK, Junio 23
Estado Unidos pidi a los
comunistas chinos y norcorea-
nos que permitan a agentes de
la Cruz Roja Internacional en-
trar en Corea del Norte para In-
vestigar las acusaciones de que
las fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das han cometido crmenes con-
tra la poblacin civil.
La peticin de que los comu-
nistas permitan a los repre-
sentantes de la Cruz Roja vi-
sitar Corea del Norte fue he-
cha despus que el delegado
sovitico Jacob Malik present
un documento de 40 pginas re-
latando una serie de supuestos
crmenes cometidos por las fuer-
zas norteamericanas, britnicas
y surcoreanas contra los nor-
coreanos.
Porter McKeever, portavoi de.
la nacin norteamericana hizo
esta declaracin:
"Los agresores comunistas ya
han recurrido con anterioridad
a sta clase de propaganda pa-
ra ocultar la verdad. Si estn
realmente Interesados en que
se conozca la verdad, hay un
procedimiento muy sencl lio:
permitir que una comisin de
la Cruz Roja Internacional ac-
te entre las fuerzas comunis-
tas, del mismo modo como ha
actuado durante meses entre las
fuerzas de las Naciones Unida.-,
La negativa comunista a co-
operar con la Cruz Roja Inttr-
nacional priva a esa- declarado-
res Has de Malik) de todo cr-
dito."
En desacuerdo con
cuotas de azcar
en Sto. Domingo
WASHINGTON, junio 23.
(UP). Jess Mara Tronco-
so, portavoz del Gobierno domi-
nicano en materia de azcar,
dijo que el proyectado aumen-
to en la cuota de azcar do
su pas en el mercado de Es-
tados Unidos representa un
"paso muy tmido de avance
y que los dominicanos pedirn
al Congreso que reconsidere la
legislacin para que se hagan
mayores concesiones a los pa-
ses que pagan arancel completo
por el azcar que exportan a
Estados Unidos".
Esta semana se present en
ambas Cmaras de Estados U-
nldos un proyecto de ley aus-
piciado por el Gobierno para
que se prorrogue hasta 19S6,
con ciertas enmiendas, la vi-
gencia de la actual ley azuca-
rera.
Mediante esas enmiendas so
aumentarla la cuota de Puer-
to Rico en 17 mil toneladas ?
se reducira la de Cuba en al
mercado de Estados Unidos, ftr
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PRECEDENTES PERJUDICIALES
Despus de transcurridas varias semanas de loa
sucesos polticos que culminaron con la ascensin
al poder del nuevo rgimen, es muy conveniente
que, dentro de la mayor serenidad y con un criterio
absolutamente objetivo* se haganacaso se repitan
comentarios relacionados con la modalidad que
parece haberse seguido en lo que a la distribucin
de los cargos pblicos se refiere.
Es muy saludable hacer algunas recomendacio-
nes al respecto para tratar de poner de manifiesto
ciertos conceptos errneos que si llegaran a arrai-
garse en la comunidad seran muy peligrosos para
el funcionamiento futuro de la Administracin P-
blica.
. fin la actualidad hay considerables grupos de
distintas filiaciones polticas que estn en activida-
des de conquistas burocrticas en la creencia de
que por pertenecer a tal o cual partidoy acaso
slo por esodeben encontrar una posicin dentro
del Presupuesto Nacional.
Quizs a espaldas de los dirigentes polticos del
pas estn realizndose maniobras relacionadas con
la adquisicin de puestos pblicos que desvirtan la
naturaleza de los mismos. Es cuestin frecuente
or en las plazas y calles de transacciones y canjes
de empleos entre personas afiliadas a los partidos
que controlan los ramos del gobierno. Esta situa-
cin general podra crear una mentalidad pernicio-
sa entre algunos sectores del pas. Para el futuro es
sumamente peligroso que la agitacin burocrtica
tenga fluctuaciones como si se tratara de una bolsa
con sus alzas y su bajas.
Sera muy conveniente que los que en cada par-
tido tienen el deber de orientar la conciencia cvica
de las masas hagan un esfuerzo por erradicar ese
concepto que est arraigndose de que el Presu-
puesto debe repartirse como si fuese un botn de
guerra. -- "--T.
Es necesario que los ciudadanos todos compren-
dan que los partidos polticos deben tener una fi-
nalidad superior frente a los destinos de la Rep-
blica y que ntos no existen con el exclusivo objeto
de lograr, a travs de las especulaciones que cual-
quier circunstancia pueda estimular, la colocacin
en' los pues)os pblicos de los adherentes de los par-
tidos a los cuales se les exija como indispensable
credencial su identificacin poltica.
Es urgente que el hombre de la calle no crea
que en el Presupuesto hay ventanillas de despacho
y que cada aspirante a un cargo pblico debe de
buscar la que corresponda a su partido para de-
mandar all un empleo. Si esta creencia se llegara
a consolidar entre nosotros el pueblo panameo su-
frir una deplorable confusin en lo que a su res-
ponsabilidad ciudadana se refiere. .
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es fa rato v Efcctiw
l^arruel
mam de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
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JOSE AROSEMENA (...
Jefe de Materiales y Compras del
Ministerio de Harienda y Tesoro.
WASHINGTON. El primer
Presidente de un pas de la
Amrica Latina, nacido en los
Estados Unidos, est en Wash-
ington. Se trata de Galo Plaza
Lasso, Presidente del Ecuador,
quien ha jugado "foot-ball" en
la Universidad de California,
vendido manzanas en Nueva
York durante la depresin, y
criado un hato de mil vacas
lecheras Holsteln a una milla
de altura en las altiplanicies
del Ecuador.
Mucho ms importante que
todo eso, sin embargo, Galo
Plaza est administrando una
de las pocas naciones libres
y democrticas en el Hemis-
ferio Occidental. En un con-
tinente rn donde la democra-
cia ge encuentra estrujada en-
tre el comunismo y el fas-
cismo, y en donde la demo-
cracia est considerada como
un lujo para slo los pases
de economa slida, Galo Pla-
za ha demostrado que la de-
mocracia es operante.
Hoy, en solo otros cinco
Bsises de Amrica Latina
ruguay, Chile, Mxico, Cuba
y Costa Rica hay completa
libertad de prensa. En Per,
por ejemplo, un periodista
fue encarcelado recientemen-
te porque tradujo un articulo
de la revista "Life" sobre Evi-
ta Pern. El articulo nunca
fue publicado, sino meramen-
te traducido para su publi-
cacin. No obstante, el perio-
dista fue enviado a la crcel.
An en un pas que se su-
pone sea democrtico como la
India, el Primer Ministro Nehru
ha propuesto leyes restringien-
do la prensa. 8in embargo, el
Presidente Galo Plaza se ha re-
do de las burlas de la prensa
ecuatoriana, califica la revo-
lucin como "nuestro deporte
nacional", nunca ha impuesto
la ley marcial, maneja su pro-
pio automvil hacia sus fincas,
y les habla en su propio len-
guaje a los indios que vienen
a verlo.
VACAS POR AVIN
Confieso que soy algo par-
cial hacia Galo Plaza. Lo co-
noc cuando fue Embajador
en Washington, la presenta
cion habiendo venido a travs
de la "seora Holsteln" del
hecho que algunas de mis va-
cas estn emparentadas con
las sayas. Incdentalmente, el
Presidente del Ecuador estu-
di en la Universidad de
Maryland con el fin de es-
pecializarse en lecheras, y
desde cae entonces ha impor-
tado sus terneros y terneras
de Homer Remsberg en Midd-
lettown, Maryland, algunas
veces llevndolas al Ecuador
por avin.
El hecho de que Galo Pla-
za naciera en un hotel casi
desconocido el Hotel Martill-
en el "Greenwich Village" de
Nueva York se debi a la cir-
cunstancia que su padre tam-
bin Presidente del Ecuador, se
encontraba entonces en el exi-
lio. Su padre fue un General
de armas tomar, que se abri
paso con su espada, pero que
se cas con la hija de uno de
los ms grandes aristcratas
cel Ecuador. La madre de Ga-
lo Plaza ha vivido gran parle
de su vida rn los Estados Uni-
dos y todava vive.
Cuando joven, Galo Plaza fue
criado literalmente en la po-
ltica. Su padre fue Presidente
del Ecuador durante dos perio-
dos, uno antes de que Galo
Plaza naciera y Otro despus.
Galo lo vio Implantar lo que
Drew Pearson dice: Galo Plaza, nico Presidente latino-
americano nacido en los Estados Unidos; El dirigente
Ecuatoriano es un ardiente defensor de la democra-
cia; Mantiene una prensa libre, los derechos civiles y
vacas norte-americanas.
entneos eran medidas casi re-
volucionarias educacin p-
blica, limitacin de las horas de
trabajo de los obreros, el di-
vorcio, matrimonio civil, y ex-
propiaciones de las grandes ha-
ciendas.
Durante parte de este tiem-
po, Galo era un nio bien
en las universidades de Ma-
ryland y California, lacia un
convertible y un enorme abri-
go de mapuche, el cual, in-
cdentalmente. result ser un
salvavida cuando el viejo Ge-
neral se aburri de la vida
disipada de su hijo y le qui-
t la pensin. Fue entonces
cuando Galo comenz a ven-
der manzanas en las esquinas
de Nueva York, luego consi-
gui un empleo como asisten-
te de contador de barco en la
Linea Grace haciendo viajes
entre Nueva York y Chile.
WALLH1DE, una pintura Mate y semi-
brillante en atractivos colore*.
1 \l I IIIIM e un producto de insupe-
rable calidad de la
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
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con el
descuento
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DESTITUYE SEIS GENERALES
Tiempo ms tarde, Galo y
su padre arreglaron sus di-
ferencias, y el joven Plaza
se encarg de la operacin
de las fincas de la familia,
en donde introdujo tractores
norteamericanos, arado de
contorno, y vacas de Mary-
land. Los vecinos se burlaban
y lo llamaban "el hombre con
laa ideas de gringo". Pero
desde entonces, los mtodos
de las haciendas en el Ecua-
dor se han modernizado.
Plaza se inici en la polti-
ca comenzando desde abajo.
Fue miembro del Consejo Mu-
nicipal de Quito, luego Alcalde
de'Quito, y ms tarde Ministro
de Defensa, en uno de los pe-
rodo ms cruciales 1938-
1940 justamente antes de
Pearl Harcor. Como Ministro de
Defensa Implant la desconoci-
da doctrina de que el Ejrcito
debe mantenerse alejado de la
poltica, y prob que pensaba lo
que deca.
En una crisis de Gabinete
sus colegas se encontraban
en un dilema por la amena-
za de rebelln de seis genera-
les. Finalmente se dirigieron
a Plaza, el Ministro de De-
densa.
"Es muy sencillo'', dijo.
"Destituir a los seis genera-
les". Asi lo hito. Y la linea
divisoria entre los militares
y el Gobierno civil ha pro-
gresado tanto en Ecuador que
a los seis generales destitui-
dos no se les dl la bienve-
nida tributada al General
MacArthur en los Estados U-
nldos.
CAMPAA PRESIDENCIAL
Galo Plaza estuvo de Emba-
jador en Washington durante
parte de los aos vitales de
la guerra, pero renunci en
1948 en protesta contra la dic-
tadura del Presidente Velasco.
El mismo se lanz para Pre-
sidi-nte en 1948, llevando a ca-
bo la mlima campaa poltica
de visitas que Harry Truman y
con el misino presentimiento de
que seria derrotado.
Bin ningn partido poltico
3ue lo apoyara, visit casi to-
os los pu'Clos y villas del
Ecuador, v en tugar de aren-
gar a las masas con una esten-
trea explicacin de su pol-
tica, les peda que le aconse-
jaran lo que debia hacerse.
El lema de Galo Plaza des
de que fue electo ha sido el
de "ms trabajo y menos po-
ltica".
"No hay soluciones rpidas
Sara los problemas del Ecua-
or", dice. "En ana genera-
cin puede conseguirse un
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
Por DEMOS'l i-...i.S VERGARA
1
Ha despertado en nuestro nimo Inusitado entusiasmo la lec-
tura de la magnifica serie de artculos titulados: "Consideracio-
nes Sabr la Criis", qua revelan consagrado estudio de los pro-
blemas econmicos y liscales nacionales por parte de su antor el
Lie. Don Ernesto Mndez, Ex-Contralor de la Repblica y Ex-
Ministro de Educacin Nacional.
Ha encontrado nuestro humilde criterio mltiples lugares co-
munes con los analticos conceptos del referido y connotado en-
sayista. Asi, por ejemplo, estimamos con l que nuestra poltica
inmigratoria ha sido totalmente negativa y que demodados pre-
juicios raciales y absurdos temores de pensar en la posible carga
que para el erario seria una minora de los elementos extranjeros
que pudiesen convertirse en estorbo publico, interpusieron requi-
sitos insalvables a la entrada al pas de ana benfica corriente
inmigratoria.
fensamos, asimismo, que se impone el desarrollo progresivo
de nuestras riquezas naturales y principalmente, la Intensifica-
cin y racionalizacin de nuestra agricultura y nuestra ganade-
ra. Rechazamos, con el autor de "Consideraciones" las solucio-
nes simplistas de recortes de empleados pblicos, y aumento o
disminucin de Impuestos como panaceas para solventar nues-
tras crisis fiscales o para abaratar el costo de la vida. Compar-
timos muchos de los conceptos referentes a las funciones del
Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial y otros ms.
Con todo, no nos ha parecido encontrar en esos escritos la
explicacin de los prrafos finales de la primera entrega, que a
continuacin transcribimos, y con los cuales diferimos:
"En el caso de los emprstitos, si ellos han de destinarse a
la realizacin de proyectos que una ves terminados Impliquen un
aumento permanente en las erogaciones del Estado, como lo son
ana CARRETERA, un edificio para oficinas, una ESCUELA o un
hospital, su accin sobre la economa sera slo sedativa y one-
rosa; parecida a la que producira sobre un atacado de peritoni-
tis la aplicacin de inyeeciones de morfina. La obra amortigua-
ra el dolor pero la enfermedad continuara su obra devastadora.
"No ocurrira lo mismo si los emprstitos se usaran como bie-
nes instrumentales, como un capital destinado a la produccin
de otros bienes, esto es, al desarrollo e incremento de la riqueza.
Pero, alguna ves hemos parado mientes en nuestras riquezas po-
tenciales y en la mejor manera de desarrollarlas?".
Ellos revelan diferencias apreciables entre nuestros modos de
enfocar estos problemas que conducen, naturalmente, a tesis dis-
tintas. Sin pretender hacer un comprensivo anlisis de los com-
plejos factores que envuelve el estudio del tema central que nos
preocupa, no podemos menos que exponer los elementos que fun-
damentan nuestro criterio en forma eminentemente sinttica.
Los problemas econmicos tienen como base el hombre como
ente social. El se agrupa en comunidades que se distribuyen so-
bre ciertas extensiones geogrficas delimitadas politicamente. Di-
chas comunidades pueden considerarse como organismos vivien-
tes dentro y entre las cuales se operan complejas actividades que
aseguran su existencia como tales (produccin, distribucin y
consumo). Con el progreso de la civilizacin estas actividades se
extienden entre grupos, conglomerados o naciones cada vez ms
lejanas y diferentes. Pero a estas funciones vegetativas, por de-
cirlo asi, de las primitivas sociedades humanas pronto se aaden
actividades que llenarn las aspiraciones artsticas, religiosas y
culturales del hombre, y con el progreso de la ciencia y de la
tcnica se implementan otras para la conquista creciente de la
naturaleza, el avance de sus mtodos productivos, la lucha con-
tra las enfermedades y la elevacin de lo que se ha dado en lla-
mar el "standard" de vida.
Surgen las doctrinas polticas y filosficas. El hombre ana-
liza su esencia y teoriza sobre su condicin de ente viviente den-
tro de la Inmensidad csmica. Y en el decurso milenario de su
historia planetaria llegamos al panorama universal actual en
que vastos grupos de naciones divididas, con ideas filosficas, po-
lticas y morales diferentes, se disputan el predominio ecumnico
de sus sistemas de vida v pensamiento.
Panam se encuentra dentro de la rbita del sistema demo-
crtico, con un sistema republicano de gobierno. Su constitucin
poltica, su formacin tnica, su distribucin demogrfica y el
grado de desarrollo de sus tipos econmicos predominantes han
obedecido al Juego de factores histricos, nacionales e inter-
nacionales, geogrficos, climticos, etc., v a la influencia de
su espritu nacional, cimentado por el desarrollo cultural, en su
lucha emancipadora contra la agresividad y destructividad de los
factores ambientales. Llegamos asi a situar el problema econ-
mico de la nacin panamea, para usar trminos clsicos, en el
espacio y en el tiempo presente.
Se acuerda en la diagnosis objetiva: CRISIS FISCAL, CRISIS
SBADO, JUNIO 23, 11
' !' ' ' ' >-
Despus de las elecciones Francia
se reintegra al trabajo cotidiano
___________i______________;------------*,;.
milagro. Pero durante mis
cuatro aos, todo lo que pue-
do hacer es colocar al pas
en el buen camino".
De acuerdo con esto, se ha
concentrado, no en las refor-
mas sociales sino en el pro-
greso econmico. Su viejo ami-
go, Nelson Rockefeller, le a ru-
do en esto, enviando expe.-loi
norteamericanos para que es-
tudien cules productos puede
producir Ecuador mejor. Como
resultado, el pas ya se en-
cuentra en vas de convertirse
en una de las grandes reas
productoras de arroz en el mun-
do, y poco a poco se est di-
vorciando de su Increble esta-
do como uno de los pases ms
pudres y Hero de enfermedades
en Sur Amrica.
Lo ms importante de todo,
sin embargo. Galo Plaza se
ha mantenido como uno de los
poeps Presidentes de Latino A-
mrlca que han logrado com-
pletar sus cuatro aos sin re-
currir a la fuerza armada y
sin suprimir las libertades ci-
viles.
Despus de tres fracasadas
revoluciones en 14 meses, a
Plaza se le urgi que acabara
con sus enemigos. Sin em-
bargo, la prensa continua
siendo Ubre para ridiculizar-
lo, los oradores comunistas si-
guen en libertad para insnl-
Me siento fresca todo el Ma.)
Impla JABN DtSALUD LIFEBUOY (SALVAVIDA)
Consrvete freses durante todo el diaemplee Jabn
de Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida) en tu ducha o bao
diario y en lodat las ocasiones en que te lave. La rica
y profundamente limpiadora espuma del Jabn de
Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida) hace desaparecer el agota-
miento y cansancio de manera muy efectiva y conserva
tu fretcor por espacio de ms tiempo. Principie a
emplear el Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida) ahora
mismopara disfrutar de un frescor que dura todo
el dia.
PARA FRESCOR PERSONAL CONSTANTB
St-LBT UO/SVIIID-M
tarlo en las plazas pblicas,
y Plaza continua, derhqstfan-
do que la democracia puede
existir en un pas sin zapa-
tos.
Per WILLIAM R. MATHEWS I
(N.A.N.A.)
PARIS. Junio 21 (EPS) Ne>tdja* ms de cuarenta y ocha
horas en esta gran ciudad capital para ver el cambio que ha te*
nido lugar, no slo desde 1947. sino tambin desde 1937-39, eat
los das del Frente Popular.
Francia se ha reintegrado al trabajo. Ha recobrado la so-
briedad despus de haberse dedicado durante largo tiempo a ex-
perimentos sociales y polticos, v parece encontrarse a punto do
recuperar del pillaje y de la destruccin de Ja secunda guerra
mundial.
Mientras que en los das' del Frente Popular haba en Fran-
cia un maligno espritu de guerra civil que divida al pueblo del
pas, hoy dia dicha divisin ha desaparecido casi enteramente.
El agotamiento, La amargura, la indefensin y la desesperan-
za que prevalecieron en 1947 han desaparecido tambin. Fran-
cia ha cambiado. Actualmente es un pas de vitalidad ms vi-
gorosa y lleno de confianza.
El pueblo tiene sonrisas en sus rostros, mientras que hace
cuatro aos se veta triste. Camina ms de prisa. Se ve ms
alerta. Parece estar contentor
Sin embargo, la vida es todava dura. Mientras que los da
os causados por la guerra han sido reparados en gran parte, no
se ven muchas construcciones. El aumento del seis por ciento
en el costo de la vida, durante el mes de Mayo solamente, es du-
ro para el trabajador francs. Los maridos, las mujeres y los
nios tienen todos que trabajar para poder vivir.
Pelear Francia si se ve atacada?
Si, positivamente, si tiene armas y municiones.
Pero no puede pelear ahora, porque carece de ellas. Para
fines de este ao tendr listas seis modernas divisiones. Detrs
de stas hay unas reservas de cientos de miles de hombres, que
han estado sometidos a adiestramiento militar el tiempo exigido
por la ley, esperando armas modernas.
A Francia le gustara rearmarse ella misma, pero como esto
llevara demasiado tiempo, los Estados Unidos estn dando los
primeros pasos por ella. Sin embargo, estn estudindose planea
para producir armamentos en Francia. Pero la produccin de
armas no puede llegar a ser una industria autosuflciente en
Francia, a menos que modernice sus industrias pesadas y cient-
ficas, que no responden a los tjempos que corremos.
Francia no quiere volver a ser liberada. Con toda probabili-
dad, si la guerra estallase este ao, aceptarla 4a ocupacin rusa
ms bien que ver el pas convertido en un campo de batalla.
Quiere detener a los rusos en el Rin o en el Elba. Con la pron-
titud con que vaya recobrando su fortaleza, Francia encaminar
su poltica a dicho objetivo.
Mientras los comunistas estn intentando pescar en ro re-
vuelto, denunciando la "ocupacin norteamericana", los politicos
franceses comprenden "l Idioma que hablan los norteamericanos,
cuando desembote** nuevas divisiones en Alemania, Quieren
pruebas tangibles de la cooperacin de los Estados Unidos, no
meras promesas n papel.
El pueblo francs vive en una posicin extremadamente pe-
ligrosa, pero se han acostumbrado a ello. No estn tan alarma-
dos como nosotros los norteamericanos.
Informes confiables indican, que los rusos no estn tomando
disposicin-* militares eon micas a-, la agresin. El Kremlin..re-
pite constaiteinatnttr*n 16* ouRTs despueblo trae la Unin Sovi-
tica slo quiere la paz. Ese estribillo tendra que cambiar a fin
de preparar al pueblo ruso para librar una guerra de agresin.
Ciertamente, no se proyectar guerra alguna este ao. El
nico peligro que existe es que alguna explosin poltica relati-
vamente remota pueda dar origen a una reaccin en cadena eotno
la de 1914.
En este respecto, Yugoeslava as mucho ms peligros* que el
Irn o la CUHLZ" Z.SS
ECONMICA que refleja baromtricamente el ALIO COSTO,
aadimos, RELATIVO DE LA VIDA. Los espritus y los gober-
nantes simplistas Idean soluciones falaciosas y su corta visin loa
hace acariciar e intentar implantar medidas empricas, tales laa
citadas al comienzo de estas notas, que no resuelven en modo al-
guno 1 problema. K-. ,
Para er ensayista de JCensideracioaes toIrS 1 Crisis", com*
para nosotros, is pr*cisl5*Trofundlzar e! anlisis de los facieres
que han acelerado o retardado nuestra sana estructuracin eco-
nmica para que, automticamente, ge desprendan las soluciones
salvadoras.
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que vive... leyendo
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La guerra de Corea cuesta a los EE.UU.
mil millones de dlares al mes
Ante la Comisin de Gastos
hicieron esta revelacin
los voceros del Pentgono
Por Steffan Andrews
(N- A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, Junio 23,
La guerra de Coi-m
tst costando a los contribuyen-
tes norteamericanos mil m.o-
i.i s de dlares al mes. declaruii
los principales miembros repu-
blicanos de la comisin de gas-
tos de la Cmara de Repr&k.li-
tantes.
El representante Karl Stc;an,
de Nebraska, dijo que esta cifra
se basaba en declaraciones 4c
los voceros del Pentgono >u?
han rendido testimonio anti 'a
citada comisin, en relacin a*
el presupuesto militar.
E! representante Errett P
Scrlvner, de Kansas, explic qac
.-e trata de "clculo general". >a
que nunca se le ha pedido a <
comisin que presente cifra-
exactas.
'Si se hiciera eso", agrigo
"nunca se llesara a aorubar
ninguna ley autorizando los as
ios de. la cam Daa de Coro,
pues se reouerlria un trbalo
mprobo para dar una lista cc-
to"ada y exacta de los gasi.>".
Seal igualmente que los g;.
tos que se hacen en Corea re-
presentan tambin las consi"-
ivblpji sumas aue tienen juc
destinarse a mantener las tro-
sas de otros pases que pelean
balo la bandera de las Naciones
unidas.
"Esas naciones contribuyen
ron sus soldados, pero nosotros
romos quines pagan > as
cuentas", manifest Scrivucr
El representante Stefan, cor
su parte. Indic que. segn IjS
clculos de los expertos, se uc-
tesitan diez mil dlares anm'es
para mantener a un solo solt-
rio. Actualmente pelean bajo ia
bandera de las Naciones Unidas
ms de un cuarto de milln de
norteamericanos.
Adems, hay aue tomar en
cuenta lo que cuestan las aero-
piano?, tanques, caones, etc
destruidos por la guerra.
Y encima de todo, en GobZ
se han perdido grandes canti-
dades de armas y municiur.es
debido a mltiples circunstan-
cias. Igualmente se han perdi-
do barcos, debido a ataques de
las bateras o a las minas ene-
migas.
En realidad, el Departamento
de Defensa no ha solicitado nun
ca una suma determinada para
la campaa de Corea, especfi-
camente; los gastos son hecha
de los fondos generales coucj-
Wos al Departamento.
Sumas adicionales por el mis-
mo Departamento incluyen d!z
millones de dlares para el
mantenimiento del abasteci-
miento areo indispensable pa-
ra continuar las ooeraclones en
Corea, a base de doscientos no-
venta y siete vuelos por mea.
Scrivner dice que si la guerra
contina habr que autorizar
nuevas sumas para el ejercite
este otoo.
Ahora estamos oyendo los tes-
timonios de los altos funci.Li-
rios militares, para fijar la p_r-
i que corresponda al ajiclto,
de los 60,000 millones de dota-
res a que asciende el presupues-
to de defensa para el prxii.-.o
ao fiscal', aade.
Esos funcionarlos maniieu-
un que los armamentos y equi-
pos que tiene el ejrcito eitan
siendo enviados rpidamente a
Corea, y es indispensable pre-
ceder a reemplazarlos, si es QCC
,iO quiere que el pas est Uccl-
amente preparado para c ct-'
.o de una guerra general-
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin pual"
Es Barato y Efectivo
Jams antes, se ha visto
una peltcula tan pene-
trante, tan sincera, tan
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Si es cierto que nuestro clima tropical exige una dieta pobre en grasa*
de origen animal: y que para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de salud se debe cocinar con grasas vegetales?
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Calidad.
Centenares de barriles de roble blanco americano conteniendo Ron
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Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica Panam
Minerales: calcio y fsforo
II calcio es uno de los mine-
rales mejor conocidos y qus se
encuentran en mayor cantidad
en el cuerpo, especialmente en
los huesos y dientes tenientio
tambin un papel vital ayudan-
do al trabajo del corazn y pa-
ra que los msculos y nenlos
funcionen apropiadamente.
SI 99 por ciento del calcio del
cuerpo y gran parte del soro
*e encuentra normalmente en
los huesos dndode consistencia
f rigidez. Cuando el fosfato de
calcio se separa del hueso, el te-
jido restante queda tan flexible
eomo cartlago, y realmente el
cartlago precede al hueso en el
desarrollo del feto, y sobre este
se va depositando ms tarde el
fosfato de calcio conforme el ere
cimiento y la demanda del orga-
nismo.
El calcio tambin es necesario
en la sangre para el proceso de
la coagulacin; y el mdico al-
gunas veces percibe compuesi^r
de este mineral como medida
preparatoria antes de una ope-
racin, tal como la amigdalitis
para aumentar el ndice de coa-
gulacin y asi reducir la prdida
de sangre.
El fsforo es tambin Impor-
tante en la estructura del hueso
como se dedude de los expuestos
anteriormente, adems es cons-
tituyente esencial del plasma y
otros fluidos. En el organismo c-
curre en cuatro formas diferen-
tes: como fosfatos inorgnicos,
en combinacin con las grasas
como por ejemplo: la lecltina, en
combinacin con las Droteinas, y
en combinacin con los hidratos
de carbono.
En Las Tablas se celebr reunin
de los alcaldes de Los Santos
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Silicio y oxigeno.
7Hacer pactos.
13Clase de caballo.
^Calzado rstico.
Del verbo robar.
MIsla griega del archipilago
mExista.
f$ nica en su clase.
19 Hoguera.
tiAfeccin de la garganta.
22Capital europea.
26Adverbio de modo.
27Padecimiento.
2f,Somnolencia.
29Moneda espaola de oro.
31Corteza f'el canelo.
**Las bellas son cinco
38Alimento fundamental.
?Tejido de malla.
WCatedrales.
36Nota musical.
17De alto precio.
88Conquistador de Siria.
40Tercer hijo de Adn y Eva.
41Que carece de moral.
^Tribu de beduinos.
_ Frijol, en algunos pases
"* suramericanos.
48Puntos fijos en la historia.
49Se atreviesen.
90Color de rosa.
VERTICALES:
1Igualdad de nivel, Inv.
2-Repetido, provincia filipina.
3 Ddalo.
4Del verbo izar.
8Uno entre varios.
6 Escuela Nacional Argentina,
Inlc.
7Puerto de Espaa.
8Hijo de Adn y Eva.
9Crustceo comestible.
10Tribunal ReDublicano
Nacional, Inlc.
11rbol de Venezuela.
12Dignidad etiope.
18Astro.
19Bultos, fardos.
20Departamento de Francia.
21Apcope de tanto.
23Relativo a la pera
24Desmenuzar con un molino.
25Implemento de labranza -
27Espacio de tiempo, .
28Apcope de santo.
30Caudales.
31Oxido de calcio.
33Preposicin.
38Sala grande.
37Grasas de ciertos animales
39infusin suramericana.
?8Batracio.
41-^Volcn de Fi)tt*ta.s.
42Movimiento Obrero Socia-
lista, Inic.
43Afresis de ahora.
44Certamen, Abv.
45Ladera, Abv.
48Cocino en seco.
SM
la -iVEJ
na HKHDH MHM
Se nombr Comisin para
estudiar los problemas ms
importantes de la Provincia
LAS TABLAS, Junio 23 (Oo-
esponsal) Muy animada es-
tuvo la conferencia de alcalaes
celebrada bajo la direccin del
seor Gobernador don Julio A-
rosemena, en la cual se trataron
temas de palpitante Inters y tro
adoptaron medidas que de ser
llevadas a la prctica rendan
positivos beneficios para lo ;o-
munldad en general.
Estuvieron presentes los Al-
caldes Toms Gonzlez de Las
labias, Jos E. Burgos Los au-
tos, Camilo Castillo Guarar,
Leandro Ulioa Macaracas y An-
tonio Castro Tonosi. Adems los
seores Braulio Montenegro ir.s
uector de educacin; Juan Ve-
larde Director del Primer Ci-
co; Jorge Azcrraga Auditor
Provincial; Joaqun Luque Fis-
cal primer suplente encargado;
Justo P. Moreno inspector to
sanidad; Jos Olivares superin-
tendente de caminos; Carlos
Ros capitn Jefe de la Polica
y Jos A. Saavedra Secretarlo
de la Gobernacin-
Entre los puntos importantes
aprobados se destacan el nom-
bramiento de una comisin per-
manente, presidida por el' Go-
bernador para dictar "las mal-
.ias a seguir con respecto a uno
de los temas ms zarandeaos
en los ltimos tiempos, la moia-
lldad; ms cooperacin efectiva
,i educacin y sanidad; cons-
truccin de huertos escolaros,
campaa contra la arriera me-
diante un plan organizado; lu-
cha sistematizada para evitar
los cerdos en soltura en los c .ni-
tros urbanos o poblados; cam-
paa contra el ganado en sol-
tura y que tanto dao ocasio-
na; construccin de casetas sa-
nitarias en los lugares donde no
hay mercados; mayor actividad
en el cobro de impuestos y abs-
tencin absoluta de intervenir
en la poltica partidarista c;n
lo cual se da amplio respaldo
al Excelentsimo Presidente cr.
sus aspiraciones de realizar un
torneo electoral puro.
Interrogamos al seor GoD^r-
nador y nos dijo que se siente
muy contento del resultado Je la
conferencia y hace pblica Dr j-
tcsta de agradecimiento por la
amplia cooperacin prestada E
Sr. Gbdor. celebrar estas reuni
nes en todos los pueblos de la po
vieta, intencin esta que la a-
plaudimos. Ojal que los temas
tratados en la conferencia, se
lleven al terreno de la realdud
para romper asi la vleeja cos-
tumbre de que se habla mucho
V se hace muy poco.
Ser reorganizada esta noche
Confederacin de Sociedades
Cvica Interiorana en sta
rcnn natura
nao ranei nrc.
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Johnnie Walker
La Confederacin Civicjtjnt-
riorana, cuyas actividades? estn
encaminadas a luchar 'Wr el
yrogreso de los pueblos del In-
terior de la Repblica, tendr el
sbado 23 del presente una mi-
portante reunin con el fin de
efectuar una completa reo.:,:>
nlzacln Interna a base de la
fundacin de federaciones 1c
sociedades cvicas en todas las
provincias- del pas.
Se le da una gran importan-
cia a esta reunin ya que de a-
l.i saldrn las bases para llevar
a cabo la electividad del prin-
cipio de "mstica interiorana"
en el cual estn empeados lo-
dos los dirigentes de las asocia-
ciones cvicas Interioranas y de1,
cual es propulsor el Dr. Fran-
cisco Samaniego.
Con esta estructuracin que
se le dar a la Confederacin
so propiciar el carcter nacio-
nal que tendrn las actlvlaado.;
de este organismo. Varias comi-
siones escogidas en reu-
nin preliminar presentarn l;n
portantes informes sobre la
nuevas bases de organizacin
en que descansar este presti-
gioso organismo Interiorano.
La reunin se efectuar en
los salones de la Confederacin
en Avenida "B", No. 48 el -
bado a las 3 de la tarde ton
codos los miembros de la Direc-
tiva de la Confederacin, los
presidentes de las sociedades
interioranas y los delegados de
las instituciones aflliades a lus
cuales se.encarece puntual asis-
tencia.
Comit Directivo de la
Confederacin
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RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hasta las diez de la maana del da 0 de Julio del
presente ao. se recibirn propuestas en el Despacho del
Gerente del Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial para el su-
ministro de
5.040 (cinco mil) quintales de ARROZ PILADO BLANCO,
con un mximum de 25% de granos quebrados y 2% de
granos manchados, en sacos de 100 libras.
El Pliego de Cargos y Especificaciones podr obtenerse
cualquier da hbil en la Secretara del Banco Afro-Pecuario
e Industrial.
EDUARDO VALLARINO
Gerente.
Panam. Junio 20 de 1961.
Gran sector del Distrito de
Las Tablas est aislado por
el estado de la carretera
LA PALMA, Junio 23 (Conc-
ponsal Especial) La carrete-
la aue cominee de Les Tabla.- a
La Palma se encuentra en p-
cimas condiciones, deoido a tus
fuertes lluvias que se han dela-
tado por esa regln y al poco
cuidado que ha tenido el gobier-
no por mantener sta en buen
istado para prestar servicio a
ios habitantes de los pueblos ae
La Palma, Parltllla, Lajamina.
locri y El Paraso, quienes se
encuentran ahora aislado por
no poder los carros hacer ios
viajes hasta La Palma sino has
la Las Tablas.
Esperamos los que nos encen-
tramos, debido al mal estado de
!a carretera, aislados por el res-
to de la Repblica, que el l-
ente ministro de Obras Publi-
cas, Ingeniero Norberto Na\a-
rro, ordene lo ms pronto po-
sible el arreglo de este impor-
tante tramo de la tan deseada
v salvadora carretera Las Ta-
'lus-Pedasi. caballito de batalla
de todos los polticos al aproxi-
marse las elecciones para presi-
dente y diputados.
Existe en .este tramo de ca-
En 2
Aos
No Asma
Haea I afloa 1 Sr. Sara, Ortwco da
Fandlne, finta sn euu sufriendo ria
un futrt ataque de Asma. Habla per-
dido II kilo* da paao, aufrla da ata-
quen asmticos one la ahogaban y qua
la impedan dormir, 7 ya catl habla
perdido la eaperanaa de aeirulr lvl-
ando. La noche que us Mendaco sta
arabo con loa eapaemos asmtico*. Bn
loa doa anoa paaadoa no ha vuelto a
aufrtr da Asms. Mendaca ha tenido
tanto xito ofreciendo dar a loa
Helantes respiracin fcil y libra en
toras. Pida Mendaco en cualquier
farmacia hoy mismo y vea lo bien
que dormir aata noche y cunta
Mendaco as
rretera, en la poblacin de 5r.-
to Domingo, una cantera que
no se sabe por qu no funciona
y la cual tiene mucho material
que bien podra usarse para el
ai reglo de este camino.
Este corresponsal "na tenido co
nocimiento de un memorial en-
viado al seor Ministro de O-
bras Pblicas en el cual se le
pide hacer, dentro de la mayor
brevedad posible, los trabajos
de reparacin del camino, me-
morial enviado por los habitan-
tes del pueblo de La Palma, el
cual es uno de los ms grandes
que existen en la Provincia tc
Los Santos.
MINISTERIO DE
EDUCACIN
Concurso a Ctedras de
Educacin Secundaria
A partir del lunes 23 al Viernes 2
de Junio del presente ao, se acep-
tarn solicitudes da asplrantea a las
siguientes ctedras vacantes:
KSCUFXA NORMAL -J. D. ABOSE-
MENA" Una (I) Recular Interi-
na da Artas Industrlalea Una (I)
Recular de Agricultura.
COI.Kf.IO "ABEL BRAVO": Una (1)
Recular Interina de Matemticas
Una (I) Recular de Kspsol
PRIMER CICLO DE BOCAS DEL TO-
RO: Una (I) Regular de Ciencias.
V msica.
PRIMER CICLO SKCI'NDARIO DE
AGUADULCE: Una (I) Recular
Interina dr Estudios Sociales.
Una ill Recular de Espaol.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DE LAS
TABLAS: Una (1) Regalar da Es-
tudios Sociales.
CONSERVATORIO NACIONAL DE
MSICA V DECLAMACIN: Una
<1) Especial (IS horas) de Decla-
macin.
CARLOS IVAN ZUftIGA
Secretado del Ministerio
2a Educacin.
Panam. 23 de Junio de 1931.

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REMITIDO
La Agrupacin de Mujeres Panameistas
de Coln Comit No, 1
CONSIDERANDO:
Que est an latente en la conciencia del pueblo que el
panameismo es la doctrina qne sintetiza los anhelos de reivin-
uicacln de las masas populares; .
Que el PRA es el instrumento politico a travs del cual el
pueblo panameo espera la reculacin de esa doctrina;
Que es fundador y lder del PRA el Dr. ARNULFO ARIAS
M alen se encuentra detenido en la Crcel Modelo por el miedo
de sus enemifM polticos;
Que seria deslealtad y traicin darle las espaldas al Dr. Arlas
en estos momentos en que los cobardes quieren hacer lea del
rbol cado, y,
Que a espaldas del Dr. Arias se pretende convocar una Con-
vencin del Partido el Dominen 24 con el oportunista propsito de
robarle el partido a nuestro lder,
RESUELVE:
1)Solicitar a todos los adherentes del rran PRA abstenerse de
concurrir y acuerpar la cacareada Convencin que se va a ce
Sbrar el Dominio 24;
epudiar a todos aquellos que quieren aprovecharse del par*
/Ido porque el Dr. Arias est en la crcel;
3)Hacer un llamado a las masas populares que intetran nuestro
Eartido con el fin de acuerpar en estos momentos crticos al
r. Arnulio Arlas, y,
4)Luchar todos unidos para mantener compactas las filas de
nuestro partido y que sea el peso arrollalor de la voluntad
popular quien consiga sin temor la libertad de nuestro lder.
Secretarla General. Mara Ortega Ardlnes; Sria. de Asunto*
Polticos, Marina Garcia L.; Sria. de Finanzas, Celedonia Rodri-
{ues; Sria. de Actas, Antonia Zuleta; Sria. de Correspondencia,
da Peres; Sria. de Propaganda, Ester Oliveros; Sria. de Accin
Obrera, Maria Domitila: Sria. de Asistencia Social, Isabel Barrera;
Sria. de Accin Campesina. Agustina Nio; Sria. de Agitacin,
Mara de los Angeles Tapia; Sria. de Organizacin, Felicia Wilson;
Sria. de Relaciones Interprovinclales, Aurelia Machuca, j Sria. de
Coordinacin, Anacleta Ardines.
Maxlmina Gomales, Altagloria Torres, Paula H. de Salasar,
Mari Gndola Estrada 21-1023, Mara Flix Monserrate 8-288,
Martinlana Das 8-382, Victorian Alaren, Maria Paredes -25-TT,
Atanasla de Snare* 11-304, Silvestre Ortega 11-1309, Catalina Gol-
den, Juana Amagu, Antonia Cuadro 11-6966, Ana Luisa Crdenas
: 1-9425, Manuela Aguilar 8-3222, Matea Torres, Vicenta Delgado*
Felicia Wilson, Marina Garca, Blasina Obeso, Resarlo Zuleta,
77-00, Susana Barriere, 8-1662. Ana I. Garca 9-588, Elida M. de
Luengo 11,3457, Victorina Torres 13-272, Carmen Castillo P., JesB-
sila Peres, Lenidas Bethancourt A., Celedonia E. Rodrigues, Juli
Ma. Gonzlez, Antonia de Becerra. Adelaida Ruis, Concepcin L.
de Ariano, Desideria Gndola C. 8-2213, Mara G. Gonzlrs
11-4140. Justa Medina, Martina Araujo. Julia Gallardo G.. Aurelia.
Machuca, Rosa de Vega. Silvia Salazar, Mara V. B. de Sol, Leo*
uarda Valdelamares G., Maria de las W. Arrocha, Eugenia Valde-
riama S. 8-81, Josefa Alvares H.. Blasina Blanco. Ana Ma. Quirs)
11-9313, Juana Arrocha, Amalia Vargas, Guillermina Lorenzo,
Manuela Vsquez, Antonia Villaverde, Ma. Gil Villaverde, Robus-
liana Lorenzo, Anacleta Ardines, Griselda Aranda, Ma. de lea
Angeles Tapia, Leoncia Villalobos, Anselma Robinson, Eleuteria
Hernndez, Natividad Miranda, A. Morales, Jacinta Julio, Benita
Santizo, Raquel Ruis, Isacla Castillo. Guillermina Guzman, Digna
Ma. Rivera, Conilla Hudson, Modesta Alabares.
(Siguen ms de 2,500 firmas.)
DOS TELEGRAMAS TRANSMITIDOS DE COLON
Seor Miguel ngel Ordes,
Palacio Nacional.
De acuerdo con Certificados Doctores Russodimos y Gomales
Ruis, Dr. Arnulfo Arlas necesita, con urgencia, tratamiento en la
vista y debe ser hospitalizado con urgencia y hasta el presente
no lo han.hecho. En vista de este lo hago a usted responsable,
ante la ciudadana en general cualquier cosa suceda al Dr. Arias
en la vista.
C. V. AL VARA DO AMADOR l
Cd. 47-10518 II
Seor Miguel ngel Ordes, J
Palacio Nacional.
Protestamos enrgicamente actitud inhumana asumida por
I'd. respecto enfermedad Dr. Arias quien debe ser hospitalizado.
La ciudadana espera que cambie de modo de preceder y hagan
arreglos por hospitaliza* Dr. Arias.
LA AGRUPACIN DE Ml MICHES PANAMEISTAS DE COLON,-*
Ortega Ardines, Marina Garca, Antonia de Becerra, Ida Prez,
Ester Oliveros, Mara Domitila, Isabel Barrera, Agustina Nio,'
Mara de los Angeles Tapia, Felicia Wilson, Aurelia Machuca,
Anacleta Ardines.
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
LICITACIN
Hasta las 11:00 a.m. del da 25 de Julio se recibirn
propuestas en el Despacho del Rector de la Universidad de
Panam, para la extensin el sistema de irrigacin del
campus de la Ciudad Universitaria,
Los planos y especificaciones podrn ser obtenidos todos
los das hbiles en la oficina de Construcciones de la Uni-
versidad de 9:Q0 a 12:00 y de 2:00 a 6:00 p.m., mediante
depsito de B/. 10.00 en la Caja de la Institucin.
DIRECTOR DE CONSTRUCCIONES
Panam. 22 de junio de 1951.
MORRHUOL de CHAPOTEAUT
SIMPLE y CREOSOTADO
Para COMBATIR CATARROS y RESFROS
De Venta en todas las farmacias
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantixada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B/.0.25; B/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B/.5.00, por un periodo de cua rent ocho (48)
emanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "l"
Oficinas en Colon: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 1*
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
. A. De RUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-AdssssaUtrsdoT.
Sucusissl en Coln


SBADO. JUNIO 23. 1951
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTB
PACUNA CINCO
i

Informea*para etd seccin se reciben en la
fKeaacch Social
Telfono i-IUI
lacctoh ^Jocia
de EL PANAMA-AMEHICA
HORA: l:N a II :M a..
Aaartado ll

Bodas Jinrtv Kolti ~<4tu Vt'as^ui
2
Desplegarn esta noche sus mejores calas los lirios y las ca-
las en homenaje a la gentil novia, seorita Ana Lucrecia Arias,
hija del seor Juan Francisco Arias F. y seora Anita V. de Arias,
quien ante el Altar Mayor de la Iglesia de Cristo Rey, pronuncia-
r los sagrados votos, uniendo asi su destino al del distinguido
caballero seor Guillermo Andreve K., hijo de la seora Delia
Robles vda. de Andreve.
La novia, elegante y esbelta, lucir una elegantsima crea-
cin en charmeuse creada especialmente para ella por Nina Mas-
tellari. Los niveos azahares formarn digna corona a la despo-
sada, quien entrar al templo precedida por las damas de su cor-
te nnpcial, seorita Marta Arias Velsquez, dama de honor, las
seoras Betty E. de Guardia y Julie S. de McGrath y las seori-
tas Rita Andreve Robles y Xenia de Jann Pacheco, a quienes
escoltarn los caballeros Harmodio Arias Jr., Toms Guardia Jr.,
Jack McGrath, Luis Carlos Morales y Nathaniel Mndez. Rega-
rn flores al paso de la novia las primorosas nlftltas Ana Elena
Arias Morales y Cecibel de la Guardia Artas, y sostendrn la co-
ta del vestido nnpcial ataviadas en vaporosos vestidos blancos,
las nias Jeannette y Carmen Gisella Boyd Arias y Gabriela Ma-
tter Barrios. Los nios Jos Ramn Arlas Zubieta e Ignacio Fi-
brega Obarrlo, portarn los anillos y las arras, respectivamente.
Melodiosa y delicada se dejar or la vos de la seora Itza M.
de Lewis, quien cantar el Ave Mara de Schubert y el Sueo de
Amor de Litz, acompaada al rgano, por el Profesor Dzevaltaus-
kas.
El Revdo. Padre Serrano impartir la' bendicin nupcial, sien-
do la ceremonia apadrinada por los padres de los novios; el se-
or Fabio Arosemena, la seorita Dolores Arias F.. el Dr. Teodo-
ro Arias, la seora Lucrecia Lacayo de Velsquez, el seor Jorge
D. Arias, la seorita Graciela Remn, el seor Marco A. Robles,
el seor Gabriel Velsques y seora Lollta M. de Velsquez, el
seor Louis Martins y seora Rosita de Martins, el seor Carlos
Manuel Arias y seora Elida P. de Arias, el seor Ramn Arias
t. y seora Mima de Arias, el seor James C. Wright y seora
Elizabeth de Wright, el seor Horacio Clare, la seora Dora A.
de Arias, el seor Constantino Lacayo, la seora Maria Ernesti-
na L. de Arosemena, el seor Rodolfo E. Chlari, la seora Elida
Marta A. de Zubieta, el seor Alberto Boyd v seora Carmela A.
de Boyd, el seor Ral de la Guardia y seora Ins Maria A. de
de la Guardia, el seor Emmanuel Lyons y seora Mary M. de
Lyons, el seor Eduardo Jos Arias, el seor Vicente Aristegui y
seora Carmen .tyidrete, ele Ajrfstetnt el seor Richard Brent
Akers y seora Chichi Andreve de Akrrs.
Recibirn los desposados las felicitaciones de sus familiares
y numerosas amistades durante una suntuosa recepcin, la cual
ofrecern los padres de la novia en el Hotel El Panam. Profu-
sin de flores blancas adornarn los salones de recibo y tas me-
sas del exquisito buffet, destacndose el bello pastel de bodas,
confeccionado por las hbiles manos de la seora Rosario J. de
Myers. sj
Partirn luego los felices contrayentes rumbo a Lima, Per,
en donde pasarn su luna de miel.
Es para nosotros motivo de sumo agrado formular votos por
la felicidad siempre eterna de los contrayentes de hoy, y que
Dios derrame sobre ellos sus mltiples bendiciones.
Almuerzo en Kl Panam
8. s. el Ministro de Gobierno
y Justicia, Lie. Miguel ngel
Ordez ofreci ayer un almuer-
zo en el Hotel El Panam, en
honor del Jefe de la Seccin
de Entrenamiento de la C. A. A.,
seor Harold W. Earp, y el Jefe
de Aeronutica Civil en sur-
am.ica, seor Ward Masden,
quienes se encuentran de paso
en nuestra capital.
Agasajo
La seora Rosita de Martini
ofreci un t en su residencia
en Ei Coco, para despedir a la
seorita, Elizabeth Burns, quien
procedente de Venezuela, se en-
cuentra pasando una tempora-
da en Panam, en viaje hacia
los Estados Unidos.
Fiesta Infantil
El Dr. Octavio A. Vallarlno y
seenora Maria Ester A. de Va-
llarlno agasajaron ayer a su hi-
ja Anabella con una animada
fiesta Infantil en su residencia,
con motivo de su cumpleaos.
En el Club Unin
El Club Unin Inaugurar
maana domingo 24 de junio,
de 12 m. a 3 p.m. la temporada
de msica bailable, en honor
de los estudiantes, hijos de so-
cios, que actualmente nos visi-
tan, be recuerda asimismo que
ya est abierta la reservacin
de mesas para el Baile de Ga-
la que, en celebracin de la in-
dependencia de loa Estados Uni-
dos se ofrecer en loe salones
del club el 3 de Julio a las 9
pjn.
Cambio de Residencia
La seora doa Alicia C. de
Porras y su hijo el seor Al-
varo Porras C, han fijado su
residencia en la Via Espaa No.
2019 en Las Sabanas, en donde
se ponen a las ordenes de sus
amistades.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada en Panama, vi-
sitando a sus familiares, regre-
sa hoy a los Estados Unidos el
seor Ramn Arlas Caldern.
Lo despedimos.
Aniversarios de Matrimonio
Saludamos al Ing. Horacio
Clare Jr. y seora Olga Q. de
Clare, quienes cumplen noy aos
de casados.
ooaas Charles- Velsquez
Est tarde a las 8 p.m. unirn sus destinos en los sagrados
vnculos del matrimonio, en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey, la encanta-
dora seorita Mary Velsques y el apreciado caballero, Ing. Ed-
gardo arles O., joven profesional de grandes proyecciones para
el futuro. Apadrinarn la ceremonia los padres de la novia, seor
Fabriclo Velsquez y seora Maria Luisa de Velsquez; los padres
del novio, seor Rubn D. Caries y seora Sixta O. de Caries: el
Lie. Jos A. Molino y seora Sofia M. de Molino, el seor Rafael
Van der Hans y seora Carmen P. de Van der Hans, el seor Er-
nesto P. Chandeck y seora Felicidad P. de Chandeck, el seor
rastn Mndez y seora Delia I. de Mndez, el Dr. Gabriel Quiza-
do, la seorita Marta Jorge, el seor Ernesto Estenoz, la seora
Kixta de Grimaldo, el seor Florencio Icaza, la seora Rosada H.
de Estenoz, el seor Jos M. Grimaldo y seora COrina C. de Orl-
maldo. el Dr. Ezequiel Valds, la seora Xenia C. de Julio, el se-
or Julio Grimaldo y la seora Celinda de Moreno.
Lucir la novia una preciosa creacin en marquisette con in-
crustaciones de satin, confeccionada por la Sra. Eumelia de Calvo;
el velo ser de tul ilusin, sencillamente sostenido por los simb-
licos azahares, y completar su atavo nupcial un precioso ramo
de rosas blancas.
Ser su dama de honor la seora Norma Morales de Quizado
y las otras damas las seoritas Sixta Caries Grimaldo. Tereslta
Mndez Icaza, Rub Orlmaldo, Josefina Susto y Argentina Medina,
a quienes escoltarn los caballeros Rubn D. Carlea Jr., Efrain
Mir, Carlos Caries, Luis Moreno, Camilo Caries y Ernesto Rlcha.
Portarn los anillos y las arras los nios Juan Antonio Qui-
zado Morales, y Drury Carl Lovelace Patino, y sostendrn la cola
del vestido nupcial las primorosas mellizas Mara Eugenia y Maria
Luisa Valds Caries. Durante la ceremonia religiosa la seorita
Estela Campana entonar el Ave Mara, acompaada al rgano por
la seorita Edith Moreno Ocafa.
Formulamos votos porque la dicha sonra siempre a esta gen-
til pareja y en el hogar que se inicia bajo tan bellos auspicios,
reine siempre la comprensin y la tolerancia.
Celebran en est, fecha el pri-
mer aniversario de su matri-
monio el seor Jos F. Araz
y seora Cecilia C. de Araz.
Los felicitamos cordialmente.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al seor Garles de la Guardia,
quien guarda cama en su resi-
dencia.
SoJat, (afuijano Kyan

f
Se encuentra recluido en el
Hospital Sanco Toms por moti-
vo de salud el seor Manuel
Amador. Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Emita E. de Arendale.
Sr. Abelardo de la Lastra.
Nias Berta y Flora Chlari
Benedettl.
Nia Ceci Watson Espener.
Nio Jaime Garca de Pare-
des Quizado.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Blanca P. de Alfaro.
Sr. Antonio M. Arlas.
Sr. Justo R. Barrios.
Sr. Juan Garca de Paredes.

CLUB UNION
Se informa a los socio que el Domingo 24 del presente
mes de Junio, de 12 m. a 3 p.m., se inaugurar la tempora-
da de msica bailable, en honor de los estudiantes que nos
visitan.
Se les informa al mismo tiempo que ya est abierta la
reservacin de mesas para el BAILE DE GALA que en cele-
bracin de la independencia de los Estados Unidos de Norte
Amrica se ofrecer en los salones del Gub el 3 de Julio a
las 9 p.m.
Roberto Lope F.
Secretarlo.
Esta noche, en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey, unirn sus destinos
en santa boda la gentil seorita VUraa Esther Quijano U. con el
caballero David C. Ryan Jr. Hijos del Sr. don Julio Quijano y de
doa Luz Maria U. de Quijano y de don David C. Ryan y doa
Nellie R. de Ryan. Actuarn de padrinos de la boda por parte de
la novia don Julio Quijano y dona Luz Mara U. de Quijano, don
Daniel Jacinto Fuentes y Sra. doa Adriana de Jacinto Fuentes,
Sr. don Adn Herrando y doa Eva H. de Qarcia. don Carlos Julio
Quijano y Sra. doa Viola Esther O. de Denis, don Jos Antonio
Calvo y doa Mara del Pilar de Calvo, don Roberto Clement y
doa Holda 8. de Clement. Por parte del novio, sus padres don Da-
vid C. Ryan y doa Nellie R. de Ryan, don Jack J. Ryan y Sra.
doa Sara S. de Ryan, Dr. Horacio Cont Mendoza y Sra. doa
Connie de Cont Mendoza, don Angello Aliara y Sra. doa Rebeca
P. de Legglere, don Arthur Hlgven y Sra. doa Aura Q. de 8mith,
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PANAMA COLON
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le gusta ... la ca bien .,
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
Sr Ray Courty y Sra. doa Harmona de KJine.
Las coleras sern las graciosas nlltas Coralla y Rosita Rlcha
A. Portar los anillos el nilto Jos Ramn Qarcia Jr.. y las arras
ttal Zappi Jr. Regar flores al paso de la novia la nllta MIreya
Denla Q. Ser la dama de honor la gentil seorita L'olores Lowe
y ej best-man el Sr. Alberto Davis.
Acompaarn hasta el pie del altar a los novios en verdadero
y real alarde de belleza las gentiles seoritas Marisabel Davis. Mary
Tovar, Glorela Stanzlola, Vllma Trevia y Ligia Martinez, acom-
paadas por los caballeros Sr. Horacio Moreno Jr., Sr. Rolland
Glelchman, Sr. Bob Rosania, Sr. Albert Husted y Sr. Horacio Me-
lndez. La marcha nupcial ser Interpretada al rgano por la Srta.
Lilia Sosa.

Lucir la novia una preciosa creacin de Nina Mastellari en
Encaje de Chantilly completando su atavo un velo de Tul de
Ilusin.
Despus de la ceremonia los padres de la novia ofrecern una
elegante reaajjcln en el Hotel TivolL
ESPIN1UAS
tai espinillas
m reducen
por deiprcer coo
al tratamiento del
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en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO
TODOS LOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
Informal Suave msica, mejor compaa,..
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con gente conocida... y cocteles
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tores.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE NECESITA
Iromt'sliros
APARTAMENTOS: Cmodos, ven- '
filados, edificio moderno, frente
'Plazo Sonta Ano. Compoio F. j
ICAZA, Avenida B 79. I
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, salo.
I comedor, recmoro, patio, B.45.- j
00. Urbanizacin La Pradera,
frente estacin gasolina Parque Le-
ftvre. Tel. 3-2796 Sabanas.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de tres
recmaras, etc. Calle Manuel Mara I
Ycoza. No. 7, Informes: Calle Ri-I
cardo Arias, Edificio Charles, Apt. [
No. 5, Campo Alegre, Tel. 3-i
2953. _________ . .,
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento bien
ventilado, ^ dormitorios con bao
coda uno, sala-comedor, cuarto de
empleado, instalacin aguo calien-
te, en buena vecindad. Bella Vista.
Clle 44 No. 32, Apto. 4. Telfono
3-0815.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo y love. Altos del
Gclf. Telfono 3-0717.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que
cocinar. Calle 48 No. 33.
sepa
SE ALQUILA:Mognfica recmara
amoblado, frente calle, con cocina
independiente. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble y sera que duerma en casa.
Calle' B No. 61 familia Perera.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
SE ALQUILA:En El Cangrejo, calle'
D, cerca del Hotel "El Panam", I
apartamento que consiste en sola- j
comeder y dos recmaros y su ga- |
rag* independiente. La casa ha
sido recientemente terminado. Ocu-
rra a lo Calle del Estudiante No.
124, oltos Sro. de Russo.
MISCELNEA
|SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado.
Calle J No. 9. Cerca correo An-
I con y lnea de bus,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto hombre solo,
Avenida Norte y Calla Los Santos
No. 38, izquierda.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para uno o
dos caballeros de buenas costum-
bres. Calle 5a 36 (altos.
LECCIONES
LECCIONES:Aprenda mtodo mo-
derno de swing en piano. Pida fo-
lleto gratis. Studio Bennett, Apdo.
3142. Tel. 2-1282.
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PERDIDO
PERDIDO:Posaporte y popeles per-
teneciente Carmelo Mamieri. Sr-
vese devolverlo al Panama Amri-
ca, Ponom, Grotificocin.
SE ALQUILA:-^Ci*qrto limpio frente
ol mor. confortobles mueble-,, ser-
vicio independiente. Inmedioto es-
tacin autobuses. No. 5. primera
escalera. Plaza 2 de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a hombre so-
lo. Avenida Central No. 79, pri-
mer alto. All informan.
SE NECESITA.Sirvienta competen-
te que duerma en casa. Muy buen
sueldo. Calle 52 No. 4.
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SE NECESITABuena cocinera, no
tiene que dormirn el empleo.
Ocrrase a Ave, Manuel Icaza No.
26 Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Buena empleada que
sepa cocinar. Ocurra sbado de 4
p. m. 7 p. m. domingo 12
2 p. m. Calle 48 No. 2, Apto. 2.
Experto en colocacin de tejas, eli-
minacin de goteras. Oficina Tel.
3-3450. Residencio 3-1308.
CHORRERANOS visite templo Bau-
tista Domingo 10:00 o. m. 7;
30 p. m. Calle Central 175.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrado?, propio pa-
ro taller, depsito o garage Para
informes llame al telfono 3-1 147.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto. Calle Coln
38. Dirjase Digna Navarro. Calle
12 Este No. 4.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado,
limpie, fresco, con balcn poro
hombre solamente. Calle Colom-
bia No 8. oportamento 5, tel-
fono 3-0338.
SE NECESITA:-- Cocinera par ma-
trimonio americano, no debe dor-
mir en empleo. Calle 50 E 49 ba-
jos._____________________________
SE NECESITA:Empleado con refe-
rencias para cuidar uno seora de
edod. Ocurro a Via Espaa No.
118.
SE ALQUILA
Cas.*
LOCAL" COMERCIAL. Edificio mo-
derno frente Plazo Santa An*
Compoio F. ICAZA, Avenida B
79.
SE ALOUILA:Chalet tres recmaras
y amplias comodidades Calle 43
No. 25. Informes: Tel. 2-0421.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios generle- de cosa, inclusive
lavor y plonrhor que duerma ep
cosa $20.00. Borrioda Vista Her-
mosa No. 623.
SE ALQUIL,*:Locol para oficino.
orriba del Teotro Central
SE ALQUILA:Loral en colle 3o No.
15. Ocurra ol mismo lugar c Mame
ol telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILAChalet de 2 rec-
maros completomente independien-
te. Tel. 3-1465.
WIUYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
para eualquier negocio.
Su costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
Ga. Cyrnos S.A.
( venda Willys)
SE ALQUILA.Moderno chalet Club
"X" tres recmaras, salo, come-
dor, porch, jardn, dems como-
didades, fomilio honorable. Tel-
fono 2-1851.
SE ALQUILA:Casa. Sala, comeder,
porch, 2 recmaras. 2 servicios,
garage, terrazo, cuarto empleada.
Vio Porras No 64, B.90.00. In-
frmese Tel. 3-1863.
SE VENDE
Artculos ele Casa
SE VENDE-
tipo con
Lavadora "Speed Queen"
torcedora, 60 ciclos.
precio B.60.0C. Tel. 86-6122.
SE VENDE: -Juego comedor. Precio
rozonoble. Llame 3-2765.
SE VENDE:Juego de recmara es-
tile Hollywood, mquina para fo-
rrar botones, mesa con 4 sillas,
2203. Rio Abojo.
SE VENDE:Simmons Studio Coach,
'timo estilo, convertible en coma
doble Como doble Simmons con spring.
VIO 00; Rodio RCA Q-34 de 7
tubes. 8.85 00; Juego de lmpara
de pie y cenicero de bronce, be-
llsimos. B 30.00 Colle 50 No.
23, Apto. 7, esquino Venezuela.
COMPRE
'ALTHAM
PRIMER RELOJ DE AMERICA
Regale o su familia con
POSTC& Royal
Akara pueda altad servir lea
peitrai met vailadei y Bnat
tan al atatr eilverae palala
En desacuerdo
voreclndose con ello a los pa-
ses que pagan arancel com-
pleto, especialmente Per. Re-
pblica Dominicana y Mxico.
De acuerdo con la nueva le-
gislacin, Cuba suplira el 98
por ciento del azcar que ne-
cesite el mercado de Estados i
Unidos y que no sea aporta-
do por las zonas nacionales y
las Filipinas.
Los pases que pagan aran-1
cel completo que actualmente |
solo pueden suplir el 1.36 por
cente, suplirn el 4 por ciento |
restante.
Al pedrsele sus impresiones
sobre ese aumento. Troneoso
dijo: "Tres veces nada sigue
siendo nada. Nos alega, por su-
puesto, que se acepte siquiera j
en parte nuestra contencin de
que Cuba goza de monopolio
en el mercado azucarero de Es-
tados Unidos. Pero creemos que
existen razones tanto polticas
como econmicas para que se
brinde un trato ms favorable
sobre el azcar a nosotros y los
dems pases que pagan arancel
completo".
Se inaugur
GELATINAS ROYAL
Sot injrediemea purftimot... J to
delicilo aabor a fruta ... har qua
la Gelatine Royal adorna a menudo
tu maaa y rjala tu paladar. Cinco
fruta* dan la variedad d* tabora*:
trata, frambueta, naranja, limn
certaa-
PUDINIS ROYAL
Ella delrcioea crema da chocolai*.
caramelo o vainilla deleita al paladar
en un pottrt nutritivo, ligera y feell
da hacer. Y no olvida loa tabora* da
naranja con coco, vainilla y chocla-
tt a bate da tapioca.
PUN ROYAL
Lo tien* todo .. rico t*bor... eoa-
ve comiitencii . exquitito atpec-
to ... iy se prepara en un santiamn
tin que nunca la haga quedar malt
F|lfMlal...ltftolBIBIB-Bri
personal de la escuela a su car-
go, con el fin de conseguir el
local que ayer se inauguraba.
En su disertacin la seora di-
rectora manifest su gratitud al
Gobierno Nacional y a la Junta
Municipal de Educacin.
En representacin del Club de
Padres de Familia, la Sra. doa
Ana de Fl.sher testimoni su re-
rocIjo por la culminacin de
tan magna obra. Seguidamenie
se llev a cabo la bendicin
del nuevo local a cargo del Re-
verendo sacerdote Sosa. Duran-
te el brindis la aplaudida decla-
madora seorita Emma Fran-
ceschl. miembro del personal
docente, deleit a la concurren-
cia con una de sus bellas in-
terpretaciones.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
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Resfriado
DL PfCHO
Frote el pecho y la i
palda con VapoRub.
La* tccionet de cata-,
plasma y de vapore* f
ayudan a aflojar la fle-
ma, aliviar la conges-
tin, y calma r ^
la tos.
'*)*
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO....
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
Fue electa la Srta.
Angela Camacho
Pdta. del "Esso"
En elecciones democrticas e-
fectuadas l viernes 22 de los
corrientes, fue electa presidente
por una mayora abrumadora
la gentil seorita Angela M.
Camacho. Esta es lt primera
vez en la historia del presti-
gioso Club Esso que una dama
resulta presidente.
La seorita Camacho goza de
mucha simpata entre los miem-
bros del club y le deseamos
un feliz periodo.
El resultado completo de las
elecciones es el siguiente:
Angela M. Camacho, presi-
dente.
Elias Salerno, vlce-presiden-
te.
Gabriel de Sedas, tesorero.
Ana Teresa Rios, secretarla.
Javier I. Soriano, fiscal.
REMITIDO
Los aliados
ron a una unidad aliada a -
bandonar un puesto de avanza-
'da. Las. fuerzas de las Naci-
Ins Unidas lograron dispersar
I lss tropas con la ayuda de la
artillera poco despus del a-
manecer, recapturando el pues
to.
Otro de los ataques enemi-
gos ocurri al Norte de In Je,
mientras que los demos fue'"-'
i ataques dispersos a lo largo del
frente oriental. Todos fueron
rechazados.
Desde mi retorno definitivo esta Provincia inolvidable pan,
nosotros por el histrico "GRITO DE COLON" y, enterado coarto
otaba de las pretensiones de algunos miembros del Revoluciona-
rio Autntico, fue abogaban por su reorganizacin, dizque con el
proposito de apartarlo del CAUDILLISMO, para lo cual se fija-
ra fecha y lugar para la celebracin de una Convencin; co-
menc a manifestarme en contra, por cuanto que en mi opinin
y asi lo ha expresado en distintas ocasione* la "JUNTA ASESO-
KA", el verdadero propsito era y sigue siendo, arrebatarle lav
direccin del mismo, al Dr. ARNULFO ARIAS, su andador y su
lder.
Yo no poda ni puedo, estar de acuerdo con esta medida, pot'
dos ratones esenciales; primero, toda Partido Poltico fundad*
en Panam, desde que se inicio como Repblica, ha tenido un
Jefe, un fundador o an Lder. El Partid Revolucionario Autntico
no es ana excepcin. En segundo lugar, aprovechar la prisin del
Dr. Arias y la de todos loa miembros principales del Directorio
Nacional, para apoderarse de un Partido que a nadie debe tantoa
sacrificios como al propio Dr.-Arias, es sencillamente una MONS-
TRUOSIDAD.
Por ello y de lis manera ms vehemente, hago por este raf
tiio, un llamado a ma eopartidarios de Coln y de toda ,1
Repblica, para que ao Incarran en la complicidad de un hecho,
que repudian propios y extraos. El fanatismo, si asi se le quie-
re llamar a la LEALTAD, puede ser acremente censurado. LA
INGRATITUD Y LA TRAICIN, no admiten calificativos.
PANAMEAISTA8 DE CORAZN: NO ASISTIS A LA CON-
VENCIN DE maana:
, MARCOS A. CABALLERO
Cdula 47-8827
TODO LISTO PARA LA INAUGURACIN
DE LA LIGA DE FTBOL DE COLON
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
ACERO
DE REFUERZO
EN BARRAS
(en todos los tamaos)
PLATINAS
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1< Eate No. 4 Tel. I-2S0S
Felpa para techos
. Papel Crespn
n colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Nuestros ESPEJOS
embellecen el hotel
El Panam
FABRICA DE ESHEJ0S
EL DIABLO
CaUe IS Este *4 Tel. 2-2M0
Saln De Belleza Lola
* Expertas Operarlas
a Precios Razonables
a Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
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PLANCHAS
ALEMANAS
"Aetna"
Especial 5.85
|\ fe aS^JIJlc3>eI
Para que su Casa o Esta-
blecimiento luzca mejor,
pntelo con las lamosas pin-
turas de
Sherwin-Williams
las mejores del mundo.
Tenemos gran surtido en
Preciosos Colores.
Precios Bajos.
CONSLTENOS PARA
PRESUPUESTOS!
efcjjfe
NWEa
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2'x62'v 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
COLON, Junio 23 'Por Nando
Quintero;. Todo est listo pa-I
ra la soberbia inauguracin de|
la temporada de balompi en;
esta ciudad one se Iniciar el!
domingo prximo en los terre-1
nos del estadio local.
El desfile se iniciar a las
dos de ia tarde, partiendo des-
ae el Monumento a los Bom-
beros caldos que est situado en
la Avenida Central, Calles 9 y
10, y luego se dirigir al esta-
dio para en ese sitio dar fiel
cumplimiento al programa ela-
borado por la Liga.
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Se espera que
clr fusiles y minas.
Gradualmente, empero, van
siendo resueltos estos proble-
mas. Y ya se va logrando vencer
las dificultades burocr ticas
tambin, aunque con' bastante
lentitud.
Paul Hoffman, ex-admlnis-
trador del Plan Marshall y ac-
tualmente d'rector de la Fun-
dacin Ford, ha sugerido que
la NATO (Organizacin del Tra-
! tado del Norte del Atlntico i
sea puesta balo la autoridad
! inmediata del' general Elsen-
hower, quien actuara como una
especie de jefe de estado ma-
yor. '
Otra proposicin que se na
hecho es que se le d a la
NATO "un discreto Chaes Wil-
son," con lo cual se aluda aj
I funcionario de este nombre, ex-
presidente de la General Elec-
tric y ahora jefe de produccin
para la defensa en los Esta-
dos Unidor, para que sirva co-
mo un director o comandante
de la organizacin.
Actualmente el general Eisen-
hower es el nico que tiene ver-
dadera autoridad y su vos es al-
tamente respetada en Europa.
Pero los funcionarlos civiles en
Londres, que es donde tiene sus
oficinas centrales la NATO, so-
lo pueden actuar por medio de
la persuasin.
Estiman que debera nom-
brarse como jefe supremo civil
a un individuo que tenga vlgo-
rosa personalidad y que al mis-
mo tiempo sea conocido por sus
capacidades para terminar con
! los defectos que existen en to-
da burocracia.
Biblioteca porttil
se abre el viernes
en el Maran
La Biblioteca Nacional de Pa-
nam bajo la direccin del Lie.
Galileo Patino y con la coope-
racin del Comit Nacional Pro-
Bibliotecas comenzar a poner
en prctica su Servicio de Ex-
tensin en la ciudad el 29 del
presente mes, da en que in-
augurar a las 8 p.m. y en el
Gimnasio del Maran la pri-
mera Biblioteca Porttil, male-
ta prctica y acondicionada
cientficamente para el prsta-
mo y consulta de libros y que
facilitar asi la lectura a la
clientela de nicho barrio. El ma-
terial bibliogrfico para esta
maleta la ofrecer el Departa-
mento de Extensin de ia bi-
blioteca Nacional y las tarjetas
de prstamo sern otorgadas a
los interesados en dicha Insti-
tucin. La Junta ;Ivica del Ma-
ran ha prestado toda la co-
operacin que se le ha sollci
tado para el xito de esta pri-
mera Biblioteca Porttil. Es
tambin la primera vez que en
Panam se pondr en prctica
un proyecto de est naturaleza.
A este acto han sido Invita-
dos el Ministro de Eaucaciu.< y
las altas autoridades de dicho
Ramo lo mismo que muchas
personas amantes de la cultura
y de la difusin del libro.
Despus del acto de inaugu-
; racin se ofrecer al pblico
; un programa de cine educativo
] ofrecido galantemente por el
i Departamento de Rlsxi ones
[ Pblicas de la Embajada de los
Estados Unidos.
Los encuentros sern prota
gonlzacios asi:'
A las tres de la tarde, el par-
t.do de segunda divisin entre)
los equipos Deportivo Centuria
vs. Colegio Abel Bravo.
Juego de la liga mayor en-
tre los oncenos Deportivo Dos-
man vs. Deportivo Emelec ie>:-
Boca Jr.i dando el' saque l'i.-
cial el Alcalde del Distrito.v Jo-
s D. Bs.zn. Este juego cu-
mTi/ar tan pronto termine el
de la segunda.
El ciclista Oswaldo
Snchez contesta
al Sr. Clifford Boll
Para su publicacin hemos re-
cibidos la siguiente carta:
Panam. Junio 23 de 1951.
Sr. Director
Pgina Deportiva
"El Panam America"
Estimado Sr. Director:
Srvase darle publicacin sj
esta cartp que dirijo al seorj
Clifford Bolt. Presidente de a!
Comisin Nacional Amateur v
Ciclismo.
Esta tiene por objeto acla-
rarle pblicamente seor Bolt,
que ia Asociacin Deportiva A.-*
tes y Oficios 'Agusto Brondi
est debidamente Inscrita an.
la Comisin- que- Ud.. preside.
Mas acepto que debido al re-
lajo y poco orden con que uj-
tedes trabajan hayan extravia-
do, nuestra inscripcin y su me-
moria le falle ahora, por con*
venlencla; no es culpa mia
Tambin quiero aclararle qtiai
todava, no hace dos aos, el
suscrito lleg tercero, montan-
do con los colores de la Asocia-
cin Deportiva Artes y Oficie
(Agusto Brondi i. Gan esta ca-
rrera de Pai m-Coln-Pana-*
m. el se\or Ricardo Caliendo,
en un tiempo de 8 horas, 10 m-
nutos; segundo, lleg Aiquime-
des Franqueza, empleando 6 ho-
ras. 40 minutos; y el suscrito.'
tercero con tiemoo de 6 hora?,
55 minutos; tengo fotografas tf
recortes de peridicos, para pro^
grselo. Despus el ciclista Juai
Cicero Ivaldi Jr. particip i;i
el evento Panam-Coln-Pana-
m, que se llev a cabo el *!>
de julio del 50. con los colores
de la Asociacin Deportiva Ar-
tes y Oficios (Agusto Brondiv
Tambin le dir que el 8r. Iva;-'
di, se cay en el Estadio, cuan-:
do se encontraba en tercer lu-
ear. Esta prueba fu ganada por
Virgilio Donado, de Coln. As
pues Sr. Bolt, es doloroso, tener
que probarle que h faltado TJo.
a la verdad
Dije Ud. Sr. Bolt, que en la
sesin de' 12 de este mes, so
reuni la Comisin, en pleno.'
Llama Ud. en pleno cuando so-',
lo asistieron dos miembros ,
dicha Comisin y uno de ellos;
se estaba durmiendo? Dice tarn,
bien Ud., que aplaudieron ,*.
presencia del ex-elelista. (No ha,
i enunciado. SI fu cierto que
se discuti un plan de trabajo'
improvisado, que se cambi, di-!
bldo a qut no estbamos de a-'
cuerdo con sus ideas, (yo ful'
uno) por eso dice Ud.. que par-'
ticip activamente, porque le di*
luz al tal ^.lan de trabajo? El'
que no ha sentido la agona en1
una competencia piensa asi (quo1
lstima).
Tampoco es cierto conseguido carta del Sr. Carlos
M. Romero, como Ud. dice, me/
eligieron representante de la!
Asociacin Deportiva' Artes y
Oficio* (igusto Brondi) ante 'a
Comisin de Ciclismo que ud.
preside, por mis aos de ex-!
perlencla.
Sr. Bolt, la inconformidad vie-i
ne de la forma cmo se han
malgastado los fondos de J
Comisin, a causa de sacrificios
de los ciclistas, prueba de ello
la tengo.
Sin otro particular Sr. Di-
rector, quedo de Ud. Atto y s. 8,
Oswaldo Snchez
Representante de la
Asociacin Deportiva
y Oficios (Agusto Brondi).1
SE ALQUILA:
Avenida Central No. 121Conjunta o independientemente,
las do* locale* de la piante baja. En La Carrasquilla
Casas No. CM v M2 Alouiler B M.M mensuales cada una.
Administrador. Marco Antonio Aragn. Tels. 2-11M -
2-0930 3-2478.


ABADO, JUNIO 23. 1951
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Bl. PANAMA AMERICA nlARIO INDETrNOITOTt
PAGINA SIET1
Torneo De Atletismo Se Ofrece Mna. En Coln
El Operten Concede Esta Noche La Revancha iPotros de tres aos de edad se
a Las Colonenses En La Justa De Basketball
'L

Bam y Madurto
chocan en el
juego de Primera
Fu.i-za y Luv vs. Pelimex
defienden su invicto .en
el cotejo de seRutda
". -:
DEPORTES EN LA
COSTA DE ORO
Per LUIS E. ORTIZ
Indescriptible entusiasmo se
nota con motivo de la Inaugu-
racin de la temporada futoo-
lera de esta Provincia, que ten-
dr lugar maana en el Estadio
.de la, .Calle, 1L En la primera
tarde balompdlca, de esta tem-
porada.- Jugarn los potentes
it
tt\
l
ESTADO 1>K LA JUMA
(Baaketball Femenino)
* G P Pts
Operten...... 1<*0
Daar......t 1 .150
M. Vigor......1
8. Crdena* .. .. 3
ges de esta Noche
Operten vs. M. Vigor
ESTADOS DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Baaketball de la. Categora)
Circuito Masculino
G P
Lord Chester .. I
Dep. Bam .. 5
C. Vieja.......3
Mauricio ,..., -.,:. 3
Madurilo......1
conjunto*, deportivo Dosman y
yeportjvo Emelec: en este cote-
jo : i.' medirn la) experiencia
encarnada/'n los militares y
la juventud representada por los
noveles futbolistas que Integran
el eonjui.to Emelec. En la se-
gunda divisin chocarn los on-
51 ceos, deportivo Arguelles y
'oofl' Centuria. Todos los conjuntos
' participantes lucirn en el des-
file Inaugural vistosos unifor-
mes donados por la liga, que
en esta forma quiere ayudar a
que el varonil deporte de las
patadas y cabezazos no pierda
la importancia que se merece
entre los deporte que se prac-
tican en esta ciudad.
Pts.
1.M0
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.376
.375
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juegos it Her
Bam vs. Madurto
Por BETO TEJADA
De tres partidos consta el
programa: basketbolero de esta
fecna, correspondientes a las
tatas de la Liga Provincial de
anam, los cuales se desarro-
llarn en el- Gimnasio Nacio-
nal desde las 8:45 p.m.
Fuen y Lux vs. Pelimex
(6:45 p.m. (Mener)
' Este primer choque corres-
ponde a la categora menor
donde los dos competidores po-
nen en juego su calidad de in-
victos. E. Perdpmo y Soto sern
lot arbitros.
Operten vs. Malta Vigor
(Femenino)
El segundo juego de la noche-
corresponder a nuestras damas,
y en l defender su Invicto el
Operten, equipo este que ha su-
perado ya a todos sus rivales
y le concede ahora la revan-
cha a las "colonensas" dei Mal-
ta Vigor. Cardales y P. Perdo-
mo sern los arbitros. Nani Mo-
lina lanzar la primera bola en
este desafio.
Madurto vs. Bam
En el ltimo desafio de la
noche medirn fuerzas Bam y
Madurto; tratarn los "Lupu-
losos" de descontar terreno a
los punteros del Chester field,
mientras que el Madurto se
propone detener su mala racha
y lograr su segundo xito en
esta contienda Chito Bula y Roa
sern los arbitros, Gittens. Vi-
llalobos y Tun; porter's y los
Dotadores Coutt y Nstor M-
tales, mientras que Rivera y
Crelo sern los cronometristas.
Un total de doce (12) con-
juntos tomarn parte en la tem-
porada de baloncesto que pr-
ximamente se Inaugurar en es-
j ta ciudad. Bn esta temporada
' no tendremos la oportunidad de
ver en accin a la primera ca-
tegora ni a la rama femenina,
debido a sue la federacin na-
cional de este deporte a hecho
caso omiso al llamado de la Li-
ga de Coln en el sentido de no
permitir q' jugadores de esta du-
dad invadan los predios capitali-
nos restndole oportunidades a f 1
guras descollantes en la cate-
gora inferior y relegando al
oivldo a "playera" que muy bien
podran invadir la primera di-
visin del basket colonense.
El Ftbol Desplegar
Maana Gran Actividad
Gran actividad desplegar el
ftbol maana con el buen n-
mero de partidos que se ofrece-
rn durante todas las horas del
dia en los diferentes circuitos, y
asi tenemos que en las horas de
la maana, chocarn en el Esta-
dio Olmpico continuando el cam-
peonato de segunda categora, los
equipos Hispano Jr. vs. Amrica y
Ancn Jr. vs. Alemn.
Por la tarde en el mismo lugar
continuar el torneo de la divi-
sin mayor con los juegos Ancn
vs. Huracn y Dltrani vs. Ibrico.
Tambin en las primeras horas
de la tarde inaugurar su cam-
con un atractivo programa y el
juego Lord Chesterfield vs. Spor-
ting V. Hermosa.
El Oratorio Festivo ofrecer
tres partidos de la 8a. y tres de la
8a. en su cuadro.
La Liga del Chorrillo continua-
r su calendarlo con dos juegos en
Barraza. _
En Coln tenemos que se inau-
gurar la temporada del presen-
te ao con la apertura de los cam-
peonatos de la. y 3a. categoras
en el Estadio del Atlntico, el ac-
to comenzar a las 2 p.m. y ju-
garn Dosman vs. Emelec en la
divisin mayor y centuria vs. Ar-
disputan el Clsico La Prensa
El Hipdromo Nacional te vestir de gala maana para reci-
bir a los chicos de la prensa con motivo de celebrarse el progra-
ma hpico en su honor.
La Gerencia del Hipdromo ha invitado a todos los periodis-
tas locales a este acontecimiento que ya te ha hecho tradicional
en nuettro medio.
Se celebrar maana con tal motivo el Clsico "La Prensa",
en el cual tomarn parte los mt destacados equinos de tres aos
de edad. Entre estos ejemplares tenemos a Sandwood. Silver Do-
min, Welsh Fox, Gris. Wild Wire, Ventre A Terre y Carmela II.
Llegan maana los Trotamundos
y jugarn en la noche
Maana llegarn los Trota- segundo juego tendr lugar el
peona.to la Liga de Vista Hermosa guelles en la menor.
A distinguidas personalidades se dedicarn
los eventos de atletismo de maana en Coln
Lo eventos atlticos que se el Estadio de Coln, sern de-
mundos de Harlem y debutarn
.el mismo dia en la noche en
el Gimnasio Nacional frente al
quinteto Lord Chester. Tambin
se presentar maana un Se-
leccionado Norteamericano que
acompaa a los Trotamundos,
en juego contra el Bam.
Tres actuaciones ofrecern
aqui los famosos canasteros; el
celebrarn maana domingo en
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por BETO TEJADA
Mucho entusiasmo se nota
entre les amantes del deporte
del aro y la canasta por la pre-
sentacin de esta ciudad de los
mundlalmente famosos canas-
teros. 'Los Trotamundos d
Harlem", quienes harh una ex-
hibicin el martes en el coli-
seo Anna de Coln. Dada la
fama de que vienen precedidos
los embajadores del baloncesto
americano, estamos completa-
mente seguros que una enor-
me cantidad de fanticos se
dar cita m el coliseo de la Ca-
lle 6 para admirar las proezas
de los lsitantes.
El destacado pgil cubano
Black Pico, medir sus habili-
dades con el gladiador local
Jua Diaz II, en un encuentro
pactado a 10 vueltas que se ve-
rificar maana en el Gimnasio
Arena de coln.
Se rencura un
gran homenaje
a Jos A. Checa
Gran homenaje se rendir el
iomingo 29 de Julio al popular
y conocido arbitro de baseball
Jos Antonio Checa, quien ha
aldo uno de los mayores coope-
radores por el fomento del base-
ban amateur.
Los organizadores de este jus-
to homenaje estn elaborando
un slmr tico programa para di-
cho dia y esperan la coopera-
cin de todos los buenos depor-
tistas para que este hecho re-
vista los caracteres ms sobre-
salientes.
Chequlta como cariosamen-
te se le conoce fu una de las
figuras de antao que dieron
prestigio a nuestro baseball en
aquello? aos gloriosos del base-
ball n jlonal.
Podemos asegurar que el ho-
menaje sern un gran aconte-
cimiento.
Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en la* Coyunturas!
W cuerpo humas m uluc t
nn 4* talco* y iMparttele* vn-
oao* da la Moer*, por maolo loa
raava milln** o diminuta* tobe*
nitro* da lo* rllooo*. *l **t** ranano*
4 Me tlSnti la. alisa, lo aaaaa
ufrlr eon lavanta*** nocturna*, nar-
vtoaidad. olorti d* alarnaa. .ojara*,,
lumbao, dolor** d* la* corentrte.
Kjdcs e a*or a lo* conducto*. d-
lo a la .<**!ditd d* tlraulaat*
Vur'tlca, prtMba cy*t*x.
Deshijase e*l cido rujo t la*
vcne-ioa eon la receta, mollea llamada
Cyatax. qua a* un diurtico oatirn-
lant* da loa Mlonca y i>al'*tlo par
la Irritacin funcional da la rejiia
*-' urinaria* en **tad* da acida*
Cyarex aatfatacer* a tratad comal*-
mr.-il* y aera la medicina qu* uale'.
canta. Pida Creta* hay relama
af*i_> * - an far-
Numerosos inscritos
para el lomeo de
DlatrnPrtliP'i lonocidas fi-
guras de Pista ir Campo parti-
ciparn >en el Orn Torneo que
tendr lugar maana en el
Estadio, de 1* Ciudad de Coln
con mptivo de: la celebracin del
8o. Aniversario del Colegio Abel
Bravo, y los atletas inscritos
son:
10* y 20* metros: Clase "A"
Alfredo Grenlon, Eric Fergu-
son, Rodman Nfiez, Lester So-
bers, Alfredo Richard, Phillip
Malcolm Marcus Wilson. Jen-
nlng Blackett.
4*0 metres: Clase "A"
Marcus Wilson, Rodman- Nu-
nez, Alberto Alkman. Eric Wal-
dron, Eustace Ford, David Ben-
skin, Donald Prince, Victor
Gonzlez, Leonardo Parker, To-
ms Bartley, Luis Centeno.
gOO metros: Clase "A"
Donaldo Prince, Juan Phil-
lips, Deonardo Parker, Eusta-
cio Ford, Justo Vlllalaz. David
Benskin, Luis Centeno, Eric
Waldron, Alberto Alkman, Earl
Biondmanville, Carlos Venen -
ca, Tomar Bartley..
ION metres: Clase "A"
Nicaslo Lorenzo, Juan Alvara-
do, Leonardo Parker, Franc'seo
Arjona, Justo Vlllalaz, Juan I
Phillips, Jess Crdenas, Anto-!
nlo Arguelles. Simn Pea loza |
David Benskin, Malcolm Wll-
liams.
SOCO metres: Clase (Abierto)
Rodrigo Chepote, Hernn Gon-:
zlez, George Fuentes, Pepo
Rangel, Gumersindo Gill, Anto-
nio Arguelles, Simn Peflaloza,
Nlcaslo Lorenzo, Jess Crdenas.
Juan Alvarado.
Salte Alte 'Abierto
George Hemmlnson, Luis
Bruster, Miguel ciovls, Bernar-
do Buval. Oscar Wallace, Stan-
ley Fields.
Salte Large (Abierto)
Hctor Slnelalr. Osear Walla-
e, (Campen Nacional i Jen-
nings Blackett. tester Sobers.
Jabalina, Disco y Bala
(Abierto)
Alfredo Red, Ivaldo Deiisser,
Ricaurte de la Espada, Norman
Brown. Gladstone Brown, Paddy
Roy, Eustace Alexander.
Anbal Mueca, ha sido de
signado por el Gobierno como
su representante ante el Co-
mit Nacional Olmpico, mue-
ca Ingresa al Comit en isustl-
tucln de1 Ing. Norberto Nava-
rro, quien renunci hace va-
rios meses. No hay duda que
llueca un deportista joven y
3ue siempre, ha estado vlncula-
o a los distintos deportes, se
esforzar por llevar al Comit
por los tenderos del xito y bo-
rrar las anomalas acontecidas
en esa agrupacin anterformer-
te, anomalas de las cuales no
se puede culpar a] ex-Preslden-
te.
He aqu nuptios- pioastlco*
hpicos parajKcarrr
aa domipjpF la. L _
despus d su anterior debe
Risita... se morir de fia; 3a.
Jota Jota te) repite triunfo...
Poltico... por Jinete puede; la
Marselleta... si se lo, gan f-
cil repetir... Baby Jtyl... yo
lo siento por Marcela; 4a. Do-
min... este manojo!* lo que
quiere es dar su golpe... Tor-
caza... enemigo de mucho du-
dado; 5a. Fair chanc... se lo*
ganar fcil... Espartano...
puede entablar duelo con Con-
treras; Oa. Alabarda... repite
su anterior carrera... Delhi...
por clase no baja de aqui; 7a.
Main Road... ganar estrecho
...Phoebu. Apollo... el peso lo
rendir, pero no muy fcil; 8a.
Sandwood... probar su clase
en Clsicos... Silver Domin...
por tratarse de un clsico y por
la monta no dejen de Jugarlo;
a. In Tim... ya es tiempo
de que gane... Interlude... le
damos la segunda opcin 10a.
Rlna Roy... a lo mejor resulta
como la Baby... Little Lul...
para su segundo luga? "
Maana en las primeras horas
de la tarde arribarn al Istmo
los mundlalmente famosos ca-
nasteros, los/'entnales Treta-
mundos de Harlem", equipo este
que posee un largo historial y
larga cadena en el basketball
del mundo. Vienen al Istmo
por gestiones de la Federacin
Nacional de Basketball, que je
brindar una oportunidad a los
fanticos de ver lo que es ju-
gar basketball. Tambin vienen
con ellos el "AH star" de juga-
dores blancos de los Estados
Unidos, tan famosos como los
Trotters. Estos dos equipos Ju-
arn el domingo y lunes en
anam el primer dia el "All
Star" con el Bam y los Trotters
con el Chesterfield, el segun-
do dt darn una exhibicin
entre los visitantes, cosa igual
harn en Coln mircoles.
dlcados a varias personas e Ins-
tituciones que han estado siem-
pre ligadas al deporte nacional,
y que en una forma espont-
nea donaron premios para los
atletas que Intervendrn en es-
tas justas, en la siguiente for-
ma:
La marathn ciclista en honor
del Consejo Municipal de Co-
ln.
Los 1900 metrosClase "A":
En honor de la Polica Secreta
Nacional.
600 metroeClase "A": En no
nor del Comandante de la Poli-
ca Nacional.
Los 200 metrosClase "A":
En honor del Mayor Pastor Ra-
mos Jr.
Los 400 metrosClase "A": En
honor del Ing. Norberto Nava-
rro.
100 metrosClase "B": Thei-
ma King.
Los 200 metrosClase "B":
Jorge T. Velasquez.
Relevo de 4x100 Clase "B":
Prof. Henry Simons Qulroz.
100 metres para nias: Doa
Adelina de Vlllrreaf.'
'50 metros para -nias: Prof.
Srta. Ida Raquel Martin.
Salto Alto: Prof. Ed ua r d o
Hinds.
Salto Largo en honor del Ho-
norable Diputado Octavio R. Du-
ran.
Lanzamiento de Jabalina: Ca-
ballero Evaristo Saenz.
Lanzamiento de Disco: Ing,
Luis Antonio Cruz.
Lanzamiento de Bala: Rmu-
lo Emllianl.
400 metrosClase "B": Don
Jos Maria Gonzlez.
Relevo 4x400: Marcos A. Achu-
rra.
lunes en el mismo lugar y el
tercero el martes en Coln.
Es marcado el entusiasmo que
se ha wpntado por estos par-
tidos del basketball ya que ade-
ms de excelentes Juradores, lot
Trotamundos son unos artistas
en el cuadro, realizando Jugadas
jocosas que divierten y hacen
el espectculo ms interesante y
satisfactorio.
Comprende Eventos de Pi$
y Campo y Marathn Ciclista
Gran torneo de Pista y Cam-1 Benito "Slim" Hernndez, co-
po y una Marathon Ciclista se nocido deportista de la ciudad
eteciuarn maana en coln atlntica, ha sido designado
como parte del programa arre-1 Juez-rbitro de las grandiosas
glado pan la celeoracion oel competencias atlticas que se
Noveno Aniversario del Colegio i llevarn a cabo el prximo do-,
Abel Bravo. mingo. 24 de los corrientes, en
La Marathn Ciclista partir el Estadio de Coln,
a las 8 de la maana dei Esta-1 Otro nombramiento hecho fu
dio de la ciudad atlntica para > el de Lides R. Batalla como
dirigirse por la carretera a aue-1 Juez de recorrido, cargo ste que
Severas medidas toma la liga Prov. de
Ftbol para evitar la repeticin de
sucesos que perjudican esta actividad
Sigue Carrasquel
superando a Phil
Rizzuto en votos
CHICAGO, Junio 23 (UP)
El torpedero venezolano de los
Medias Blancas Alfonso Carras-
quel se mantuvo en el primer
lugar al terminar los cmputos
ayer para ocupar la posicin de
torpedero del equipo de las Es-
trellas de la Liga Americana
con un total de 237.117 votos,
7.654 ms que Phll Rizzuto de
los Yanquis que ocupa el se-
gundo puesto.
El cubano Orestes Mloso,
quien hasta aver tardi conti-
nuaba como lider al bate de
la Liga Americana con un pro-
medio de .385 se mantuvo en
el segundo lugar para la post-
eln de Jardinero central con
221.254 votos,' 25.707 menos que
Ted Williams de' los Medias
Rojas.
Con el propsito de evitar la
repeticin de sucesos bochornosos
que perjudican la buena marcha
de la Liga Provincial de Ftbol,
el satisfactorio desarrollo del
campeonato y disminuyen e en-
tusiasmo e Inters por te de-
porte asi como restan pblico a
los juegos, dicha entidad se ha
visto en la necesidad de tomar
severas medidas lanzando la si-
guiente resolucin:
La Liga Provincial de Ftbol de
Panam
CONSIDERANDO:
lo. Que de manera frecuente se
han venido suscitando rias en-
tre jugadores y entre espectado-
res, debido al Juego brusco ob-
servado en los partidos de la Liga
Provincial.
2o. Que estos actos reidos con
las buenas costumbres y que pue-
den resultar consecuencias fata-
les.
3o. Que el lenguaje y gestos
soeces de varios jugadores y es-
pectadores no estn a tono con la
moral y buenas costumbres que
debe imperar, no solo en los es-
pectculos deportivos sino en
cualquier actividad de la vida co-
tidiana
4o. Que se han dado casos de
ofensas de hecho o de palabra a
miembros de la liga o arbitros,
RESUELVE:
lo. Eliminar a todo jugador que
repetidamente Incite o ponga en
Krctica el Juego brusco, con pe-
gro de la seguridad de los otros.
2o. Eliminar a todo jugador que
ataque de palabra, o de hecho a
cualquier otro jugador, arbitro,
miembros de la Liga o especta-
dor.
3o. Retirar con la cooperacin
de la Polica Nacional, a cual-
quier espectador que incite a la
brusquedad en el juego, que ata-
que de palabra o de hecho a cual-
quier Jugador, arbitro, otro es-
pectador o miembro de la Liga.
Igualmente se proceder a reti-
rar a cualquier espectador cuyo
comportamiento se encuentre re-
ido con la moral y buenas cos-
tumbres.
Dado en la ciudad de Panam,
a los dlea y nueve dias del mes de
junio del ao mil novecientos cin-
cuenta y uno.
Firman la presente disposicin,
por la Liga Provincial de Ftbol
de Panam,
Dr. Juan Nicosia,
Presidente.
3ed Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
4x100: Panam. Coln, Lnte-
rlor y Zona del Canal.
4x400: Interior. Zona del Ca-
nal, Panam y coln.
HIPDROMO NACIONAL
iP
AVISO
atencin criadores de caballos nacionales
"Todo caballo o yeeua que se dedique a la cria no podr volver a inscribirse
pa cortei en e! Hipdromo Nacional Se considera dedicada a la cra todo
potro Fina-Sangre de carrera cuyo propietario as lo manifieste por escrito a
la oficina dei Srud Book de Panam. Dicha oficina no aceptar la inscripcin
dXprodu-tns de emenialcs cuyos propietarios no hayan cumplido con este re-
quisito. S considera dedicada a la cra toda yegua cuyo propietario as lo
manifieste por escrito a la oficina del Stud Book de Panam"
Acuerdi 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 a, cubiertas de la temporada se vence el 15 de Agosto. (Art. 11
drl Reglamente de Stud Book).
Dr. Alberto Bissot, Jr.
Vice-Presldente.
Cecilio E. Martinez,
Fiscal.
Justlniann Crdenas,
Tesorero.
Miguel A. Rivas,
Secretarlo General
Carlos A. Muoz,
Sub-Tesorero.
Mario Mezquita,
Vocal
Edmundo Vargas,
Vocal.
na Vista y regresar por la mis-
ma via para terminar en el
mismo lugar. El recorrido com-
prende unas 36 millas y par-
ticiparn los mejores pedallstas
del Interior, Panam y Coln.
Tambin a las 8 de la ma-
ana se darn comienzo a los
eventos de Pista y Campo, y *.l
programa comprende un total
de 21 pruebas.
Numerosos atletas estn ins-
critos para las diferentes com-
petencias y se espera que re-
sultarn lucidas y satisfacto-
rias, y la lista de los competi-
dores la amos en otro lugar.
Igualmente numerosos pre-
mios tiene la Comisin para los
distintos ganadores.
se le design anteriormente ai
seor Hernndez,
La Comandancia
dividi honores
en soft el jueves
Los golfistas
Haefner y Palmer
encabezan torneo
TOLEDO, Ohio, Junio 23 lUP)
Claytoi. Haefner y Johnnv
Palmer aumentaron su ventaja
en el primer lugar en el d-
cimo cuarto torneo anual de
golf.
La par-i., formada por el
argentino Roberto de Vicenzo
y Henry Ramson se mantuvo
firme cerca de Haefner y Pal-
mer aumentando su puntua-
cin total al vencer a Al Brosch
y Pete Cooper y a Sam Snead
y Jim Ferrier.
Estos ltimos ganaron el tor-
neo el ao pasado. Haefner y
Palmer empataron en la vuelta
de la maana con Jim Demaret
La Liga de Softball de los v J"2!i,B,urke P*ro aumentaron
Bomberos continuar maana, ?u ,ve"taJa, en ,os * ny fie
domingo con el esperado cho- i* tarde "' ve"ccr ,* J- Harr-
que entre los potentes equipos | Bon v Marty Furgol.
de la Compaa o. 1 y la No.
5.
Ambos equipos se mantienen
a la cabeza de este torneo y
sin lugar a dudas rendirn una
dura jornada maana.
En los ltimos Juegos de es-
te circuito softbolero el equipo
de la Comandancia dividi ho-
nores el Jueves en la noche al
vencer a la Compaa No. 4 por
10 carreras a 9 y Perder fren-
te a la Compaa No. 1 por II
carreras 6.
i
AyudeasusAlmotranas
I tln almorranas qua rauiaa,
rom**6n, taamorraaia, almorrana* la*
Urna* o axttrn**, no ufra en di* mi
in probar ti Chlrurold. Kn poco* minu-
to* el Chinarais principia, a combat*
!ul 'niorrana* da tr*a manara*:!
1. Olma 1 dolor y la comaion. I. Ayu-
encofar lo* tajldoa adolorido*
Infamado*, t. Ayuda a clcatriiar la*)
mambr'ana* Irritada*. Solicit* a*
hmarald an ail boUca hoy mi*
3f. J

i Rejuvenecemos las llantas viejas!
SL9 llantas desgastadas y lisas se renuevanvuelve Vd. a viajaren ellas
sin novedad, por ms tiempocuando emplea Vd. el servicio Goodyear
de reparacin y reencauche.

Y es que ese servicio corroborado por el tiempo "cura sus llantas enfermas*
les proporciona mucho ms kilometraje seguro y mantiene a todas laa
llanta* en buenas condiciones por ms tiempopor cuanto es hecho por ex-
perto* aleccionados en la fbrica segn los procedimientos Goodyear, em> '
pleando la maquinaria ms moderna y nicamente los mejores materiales.
Usted ahorrar tiempo, dinero y preocupaciones si confa al representante
de Goodyear el servicio regular de inspeccin de llantas y el trabajo de '/.'
reparacin y reencauche mejor del mundo. Consltelo hoy mismo.
MAS ONTI, EN B. MUNDO
TERO, VIAJA SOME UANT
OOODYEAR QUt SOBRE LAS
DE CUAIQUKR OTRA MARCA
GOODYEAR DE PANAMA, S.A.
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1:20 3:20 5:10 7:00 8:55 p.m.
TODOS SE JUGABAN LA VIDA!
La presa era un fabuloso tesoro... y lo defenda,
una mujer bravia!
HOWARD el SILVA-Culn de HY ESSEX y UONAMHEE
|Dlrl|lili por REGINALD Le MM Producida por AUBREY SCHENCK
PELCULA universal-international
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
SE NOS INVITA
Panam, junio 21 de 1951
Sr. Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Panam, R. de P.
' Estimado seor:
Tengo el honor de invitar a
usted o a un representante del
peridico que usted tan acerta-
damente dirige, para que asista
como observador o en su cali-
dad de periodista, a la Con-
vencin .Extraordinaria del Par-
tido Revolucionarlo Autntico,
que ha de celebrarse en esta
ciudad el prximo domingo 24
del mes en curso, en la parte
alta del Teatro Encanto, Ave-
nida Central No. 223, acto que
comenzar a las hueve de la
maana.
Aprovecho la oportunidad pa-
ra saludar a usted muy cor-
dialmente y suscribirme su a-
tento servidor,
Ral D. Berber
Presidente del Directorio Nal.
Dolor de Espalda
Si aufrc I'd. de levantadas. no<--
lurnaj, dolor de espald, dolor do
ploman, perdida do vigor, nerviosi-
dad o debilidad, debo ayudar Inme-
diatamente a la (iandula PToatala
con RODENA. Eeta maravillosa
medicina le hace sentir mil Joven,
mas fuerte dormir* sin Interrup-
cin. Comoro ROQENA en iu botica.
Todos los lunes, mircoles y viernes, a las 7:45 p.m., RHODA,
de JuIo Arosemena *t?, presenta "LA VOZ EMOCIONAL DE
15. ; V WILLIAMSON"' en un programa de bellsimas can-
ciones.
Miroslava en el
Cine de Hollywood
La bella rubia que hemos ad-
mralo en distintas pelculas
mexicanas. Miroslava,' triunfa
por mritos propios en el cine
hollywoodense, con su triunfal
intei pret acin en la pelcula
"Toros Bravos" (The Brave
Bulls). Miroslava, elegante, sen-
sual, hechizante, pone todo el
fuego de -sir' rarte y belleza en
su papel emotivo de la mujer
que lleva un torbellino de pa-
siones a la vida de un torero
de fama.
"Toros Bravos", se est anun-
ciando para muy pronto en los
teatros Lux y Cecilia y su es-
treno coincidir con el de 58
otros teatros de la Amrica La-
tina.
Charla y pelculas de
carcter deportivo se
dan hoy en el Maraon
El Comit Cvico Pro-Deporte
continuando su campaa para el
mejoramiento y desarrollo de
las actividades deportivas, orre- j
cera esta noche un acto en el
relleno de Balboa, que compren-'
der una charla el destacado y I
conocido deportista Gil G. Ga- '
rrido y pelculas sobre ensean- I
za deportiva y manera de ju-1
ar en algunos deportes. La i
uncin comenzar a las 8 y 30
p.m., y es,tn invitados todos los
deportistas, especialmente los
Barrio del Mara on.
u
//
HOY y MAANA
Desde las 10:00 a.m.
LA HIJA DE
LA OTRA
con
CH AC HITA
CARMEN MOLINA
CARLOS NAVARRO
BEATRIZ AGUIRRE
Fue la crueldad de una madre
frivola la que convirti aque-
lla nlita en... ''La Hija de
la Otra".
Una pelcula que llegar a
su corazn, porque es hu-
inana^moconante^M-eal.
l+Z".v.
NCANTr
HOY
A US 8:00 R. M.
PRESENTACIN PERSONAL DEL MAS DIABLICO
DE LOS ILUSIONISTAS!

CHANG
Y SU GRAN COMPAA
EL MAS FASTUOSO ESPECTCULO PRESENTADO
HASTA HOY EN UN ESCENARIO!
Un Mundo de Ensueos Hecho Realidad!...
- PRECIOS POPULARES
PRESIDENTE
(ONDK CNADC
LE PICA?
La cabeu'f II cuerpo? En lo piiF He
lorroideif Pum ai le pira o le arde, er
londe c. ntele PlOJI.SA. Piojina calm:
picaionn, ardorc y erupcionei; decfmvi
Jarintot en la cabeza y otraa partea de
M-rpo; ckalria ampolla, y rajadura) er
ea pica. Compre PIOJINA ,a Ui be'.xri
Alto Presin Sanguneo
* U Alt* PrMta B&nsulnea le
mum mareos, dolores en el oorasn.
olores de cabera, dificultad par
remirar. Indigestin, palpitar-iones y
tobillos inflamados, Ud. puede lofrar
alivie casi Instantneo 1* estos sin-
tamaa pella: oso con HTXOX. Pida
HTNOX en su farmacia favorita hoy
Mamo 7 se sentir aAos mam jovea
asatro da pocos dlaa.
M O Y!
^UN ESTRENO
de Inolvidable
belleza...
Con la ms
GRAN evocadora
-,r.~.^. m.'ica del
XITO! glorioso
MAESTRO CHAPI
Una Pelcula de Espaa
para el Mundo entero!
CARMEN SEVILLA
TONY LEBLANC
- en -
LA REVOLTOSA
- con -
Mara de Los Angeles
MORALES
EL BALLET DE
VICENTE ESCUDERO
Y La Orquesta Sinfnica
de Madrid.
FIESTA HPICA
DESDE EL HIPDROMO DE JUAN FRANCO
.
r.
El primero en:


Exponer a usted lo que est suce*
diendo. .
-
brindar novedad de transicin. ..
ofrecer los resultados correctos. .
no dejarse impresionar. .
Con su narrador deportivo:
EDUARDO MOLINO
Locutor Comercial:
ROY NAYLOR
rmw
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Un programa estelar en la radio favorita-
la (Red 9a
namericaaa
RED
Panamericana
7.090 Kcs
10:30 Cancionero de la Maana
11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera -
Nacional
11:15 Msica tiplea
11:30 Msica variada
12:00 Orquestas de saln
PM.
12:30 Ritmos bailables
!Z:5e La Fieta Hpica de.Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Msica variada
1:46 Carrera .
2:00 Cancionero Sra tarda
2:45 Carrera ". et
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera
P.M.
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:16
4:30
4:45
5:00
5:16
6:3*
6:36
7:0*
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:30
8:45
9:0
10:00
10:45
11:0
12:00
Ritmos del Norte
Carrera
Arsenio Rodrguez
y su conjunto
Carrera
Msica variada
Carrera
Trovadores de Cuyo
Carrera
Ritmos bailables
Panamericanos
Carrusel musical
Grandes organistas
del mundo
Noticiero RPA
Nuestros artistas
Personalidades
El Hit Parade
Serenata de las Americas
Sols y Gmez
Acordes porteos
Zariuelas de Hoy
"Luisa Fernanda"
A bailar
Boleros favoritos
En el mundo de los
Clsicos
Buenas noches
MAANA DOMINGO
8:00 Buenos das
8:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Ritmos del Norte
9:00 Delia las tropicales -
9:30 El Concierto Matutino
10:00 Msica espaola
10:15 Acordes porteos
ESPECTCULO MUSICAL EN
COI ORES, digno de un REY!
1
LUX-HOY
1:00, 3:00. 5:00. 7:00. 9:05 p.m
tro popular!
JOHN
WAYNE
en peligrosa
misin de
guerra!
- en -
"Fuimos los Sacrificados'
(Thev Were Expendable)
con DONNA REED
ADEMAS:
Fastuosa leyenda Oriental
en Tecnicolor!
"KISMET"-
con RUNALD COLMAN
MARLENE DIETRICH
miles ms!
CAPITOLIO-HOY
3-TRIPLE ATRACCION-3
'MALDICIN UBANGI"
(Curse Of The liban*i)
ADEMAS:
Ve lo nunca;
visto en
"INDIA
HABLA'
(INDIA
SPEAKS)
Adema: EL ESTRENO DEL CORTO
"MUJER TONTA...
MARIDO INFIEL"
(A Wmtai Pool To Call A Man
jler_Owii>_____________
VICTORIA
CONTINUA LA SERIE
"MARTE INVADE la TIERRA'
- Adema: -
"Salteadores I "PACTO
Carson City" I FATAL"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Un EaUpendn Drama del Oealtl
.Ataxia
SMITH
SS ALLT
Howard
DA SILVA
'EL CORREO DE LA
MUERTE"
EN TECNICOLOR!______
TEATRO ENCANTO
s> AIRE-ACONDICIONADO___
A LAS 8:00 P.M.
El Ms Diablico de los
Ilusionistas!
"CHANG"
Y SU COMTANIA!
PRECIOS POPULARES
TEATRO TIVOLI
Tin-Tan, en
"AY AMOR COMO ME
HAS PUESTO"
Lula Agullar, en
"El Seor Gobernador"
TEATRO IRIS
Esther Williams, en
"FLOR DE SANGRE"
(Prohibida para Menores)
Pepe Iglesia, en
"El Zorro Pierde El Pelo",
HJSPANO
Las Hnas. Dolly Pires Prado
y su Orquesta, en
SERENATA en ACAFULCO
Un Deallle da Estrellas, en
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
VARIEDADES
PELCULA y VARIEDAD I
Una cinta humana, sentimental
y romantleal
VICTOR M. MENDOZA
Virginia Serret. a
"LA TIENDA DE LA
ESQUINA"
Y a las I* p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE
y su Orquesta Tiplea!
PRECIOS:........W M M
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
S Grandes Atracciones en un
Programa Simple!
"LA MALDICIN UBANGI"
- Adems: -
"INDIA HABLA"
Y al Estreno del Corto musical
con Estrellas de color!
"MUJER TONTA.
MARIDO INFIEL"
JEATRO VICTORIA^
Otros Dos Captulos de la
Grandiosa Serle:
"MARTE INVADE LA TIERRA"
Episodios 12 y 13
Adonis: -PACTO FATAL"
SALTEADORES de CARSON CITY
TJATftOJDISON
Bette DA VIS Anne BAXTER-
- en -
"LA MALVADA"
Ademas: Lee J. Cobo
Jane Wyatt. en
"POR UNA MALA MUJER"
VISTERMOSA
"EL REV DE LOS
HOMBRES COHETES"
Episodio* 5 y 6
Adems: Dos Pelculas!
PACIf ICO
"Narvas Aventaras
de Jesse Jamas"
Episodios 7 y 8
Ademas:
DOS PELCULAS!
IDEAL
! Lawrence Tiemey. ac
-LA SOMBRA DE
CAIN"
- adamas: -
Robert Mltchum. en
"TraMata Mortal
APOLO
SAB. DOM. y LOTf.
"LA MUERTE
ENAMORADA"
- y -
-MADRE QUERIDA"

HOY
\ A". '.D!
CINE Y
UNA PELCULA HUMANA, SENTIMENTAL Y DIVERTIDA!.-
VICTOR M. MENDOZA VIRGINIA SERRET EL CHICOTE, en
LA TIENDA DE LA ESQUINA
Y A LAS
9 p.m.
RAUL IRIARTE
y su ORQUESTA TPICA ARGENTINA