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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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AN INDEPENDEN^
DAILY NEWSPAPER
^Panarra American
"let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1951
FIVE CENT
Reds Nibble At Peace Plan, Allies Wary
(NEA Telephoto)
DAD WAS A HERO Oen. Omar Bradley, chairman of the
Joint Chiefs of taff, presents the Congressional Medal of
Honor to Samuel ;Coursen, Jr.. 14 months old, ol Morrlstown,
N. J. The child'; father, 1st Lt. Samuel Coursen. died a hero's
death In Korea. Lt. Coursen's widow holds her son.
(NEA Telephoto)
TIBET HANDED OVER This photo, received from a Chi-
nese Communist source, shows Mao Tse-Tung (right >, ehalrr
man of the Central People's Government of China, talking
with Panchen Ngoerhtehnl, the temporal ruter of Tibet In
Peking. They reached an agreement, May 23, which gave
Communist China power In Tibet.
(NEA Telephotos)
RIVER RESCUE Two boys were swept over the dam above
Chain Bridge In the Potomac River, near Bethesda, Md. A
rescue squad threw them life preservers and began a four-
hour Job of saving them from the rocks to which they were
clinging. At top. Bethesda Rescue Squad members lead the
boys, Henry Ho. front, and William Anglln. into safer, waters.
The bottom picture shows Ho brought to safety by Pvt. C. E.
Carter o the Squad.
Panama Envoy
Warned Ships
On Red Trade
TAIPEH, Formosa. June 25,
(UP) Panamanian Minister to
Nationalist China Mario E. Gui-
llen announced today that he
has recommended sanctions a-
galnst Panamanian ships plying
between Hong Kong and Com-
munist-held mainland ports.
The Panamanian envoy told
the press that he has repeatedly
asked shippers to refrain from
calling at Red ports. He said
they had been told that if they
Srslsted they would do so at
elr own risk.
He added, however, that reports
of Panamanian-flag ships sailing
to mainland harbors continue to
be received and he has suggested
to the Panamanian government
that licenses for shippers ignor-
ing his advice be cancelled.
The government's decision la
still being awaited here.
Three Panamanian ships are
now being detained by the Na-
tionalists In Formosan waters for
calling at Red Chinese ports.
They are the Vulture Rok and
the Barataba.
CZ Child Seriously
Hurt In Accident
Near Santa Clara
0
An 11-year-old American girl.
Forest Wise, was seriously hurt
yesterday near Santa Clara In an
automobile accident necessita-
ting the amputation of her an-
kle.
It was reported that the child
was sitting on the left front fen-
der of a utility station wagon
which was sldeswlped by an on-
coming vehicle on the National
Highway near the Rio Hato run-
way.
W. E. (aldwell
Dies Suddenly
In Hof Springs
William E. Caldweil, telephone
Installer for the Canal-Railroad
before his retirement rn February
1937, died June 9 In Hot Springs,
Arkansas, as a result of a heart
attack.
Since his retirement. Mr. and
Mrs. Caldweil had lived In Cho-
rrera. He went to the United
States April 9 for medical treat-
ment.
Mr. Caldweil was born In Co-
lumbia, Pennsylvania. He was
employed by telephone compa-
nies In Harrlsburg, Philadelphia
and San Francisco for about ten
years before coming to the Isth-
mus.
He was employed as erector and
telephone Inspector for the Isth-
mian Canal Commission Novem-
ber 18, 1912. He served as tele-
phone inspector and Installer
throughout his service with the
Canal-Railroad organization.
Mr. Caldweil is survived by his
wife, who lives In Chorrera, and
two sons, John Henry, also of
Chorrera, and Louis Charles, an
employe of the Finance Bureau
at Balboa Heights.
'Cristbal'Brings
Senator Johnston,
Benlz And Moore
The SB. Cristobal of the Pana-
m Line docked at Cristobal
shortly before 1 p.m. today.
Arriving on the Cristobal are
Senator Olln D. Johnston of
South Carolina, his wife and two
children, Paul A. Bentz, General
Counsel, and L. B. Moore, Supply
and Services Director.
The northbound sailing of the
Cristobal this week will be Sat-
urday from Cristobal. The change
from the usual Friday sailing
date Is made to avoid arrival In
New York on July 4, a holiday, an automobile.
Draft Board Team
Arrives To Set Up
Selective Service
Brigadier General L. B. Ren-
frew, Deputy Director, and four
other representatives from Se*
lectlve 8ervlce headquarters In
Washington arrived yesterday by
air to set up a Selective Service
organization In the Canal Zone.
Other members of the party
are Colonel Daniel O. Omer. Gen-
eral Counsel; Lieutenant Colonel
Norman C. Brown, Manpower
Division; Lieutenant Colonel Ro-
bert W. Johnson, Fiscal Procure-
ment Division; and Lieutenant
Colonel John W. Barber, Region-
al Field Officer.
A. C. Medlnger, who has been
named Btate Director for Selec-
tive service in the Cana* Zone,
returned Friday by plane from
Washington, where he had been
on official business, for the past
two week.
Selective Service representa-
tives called on Lieutenant Gen-
eral William H. H. Morris. Jr.,
Commander-in-Chlef, Caribbean
Command, and Governor New-
comer and held Informal con-
ferences later with Mr. Medlnger
on plans for the Canal Zone or-
ganization.
Colonel Baiber plans to remain
on the Isthmus about two weeks
The others will return to the
United 8tates Wednesday.
Jailed Panamanian
Gets Old Grand
Larceny Warrant -
Alfredo Saona, 28. Panama-
nian who was picked up last
week on charges of vagrancy
and trespassing was-today serv-
ed a warrant of grand larceny
that had been outstanding since
May 16, 1949.
At that time a complaint had
been filed by Dr. Herbert Mit-
ten for the theft of his '48 Ply-
mouth Sedan and golf equip-
ment amounting to $2.228. The
preliminary hearing on the
grand larceny charge will be
held June 28 In the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court and ball for
$1,000 has been set.
Saona, who was sentenced Fri-
day to 80 days on the current
charges of vagrancy and tres-
passing In the La Boca Commis-
sary, had recently been released
from the Panama Jail where he
had been sentenced to 32
months on a grand larceny
charge of stealing and stripping
British Head Of Abadan Oil
Plant Accused Of Sabotage
TEHERAN, June 25 (UP) The law provided penalties
Eric Drake, manager of the ranging from imprisonment to
Abadan refinery of the Anglo- death.
Iranian Oil Company, received a
letter today signed by all three
directors of the new Iranian na-
tional oil company accusing him
of sabotage.
The specific charge in the let-
ter is that he prevented the ex-
port of oil by refusing to sign
certain documents.
Drake was abe given till
Thursday to answer a demand
from the Iranian company as
to whether be will continue to
work for it after it takes over
completely the Abadan Instal-
lations of tbe Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company.
He has also been asked whe-
The car In which the girl was
riding was driven by Genell Bliss.
Beauty Parlor concessionaire of
the Panama Canal who owns a
summer home in Santa Clara.
The driver of the other car was
reported to be a Panamanian.
The child was rushed to the
Penonome Hospital, and because
of the nature of her Injury, Dr.
Rafael Estevez of Aguadulce waa
flown In to attend her.
A private plane will bring her
to Gorgas when she Is able to be
moved.
It Is believed that a court trial
on the accident Is being held to-
day at Anton by the Panama po-
lice.
Forest Is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Wise,
residents' of Cocoll. Wise, a con-
struction engineer with the Mu-
nicipal Division, is on six weeks
local leave which began June 4.
Acheson Says Korea
Exposed Falsity Of
Reds' Peace Talk
WASHINGTON June 25 (USIS)
In the year since the Com-
munist Invasion of the Republic
of Korea began, the United Na-
tions action to check the aggres-
sion has been a success, In the
opinion of secretary f State
Dean Acheson.
"Aggreaslon has been effec-
tively rpalled. The Communists
have falcad to achieve their ob-
Jeotlve~S aid In a statement
on the anniversary of the un-
provoked Communist attack a
year ago today.
In many countries of the free
world and In the United Na-
tions, officials pointed out the
significance of the free world's
achievements in fighting the ag-
gression in Korea.
The Republic of Korea called
on Its people to mark the anni-
versary In a "somber manner"
dedicated to continuing the
struggle against the aggressors.
Mass meetings throughout the
country were scheduled for the
day.
Acheson said the United Na-
tions cooperation in Korea la
"an historic step In building an
effective system of collective se-
curity" and "has brought us
closer to our goal of preventing
world war three."
He said, "The free nations are
stronger, and more unified than
a year ago."
Furthermore he said, "Korea
has exposed the falsity of Com-
munist peace propaganda. They
talk of peace and plan for war.
The free world has shown that
lt la not deceived by this."
UN Troops Hit
Reds As Usual
At Year's End
Ship Engineers
Prolong Costly
Maritime Strike
The British ambassador In ther he will cancel the leave due
Teheran, Sir Francis Shepherd, British staff there,
said the lettei to Drake would Derek Hobson, British man-
probably serve only to drive out ager of the Anglo-Iranian plant
the British staff from the newly at Kermanshaw, has been re-
nationalized Iranian oilfields. lieved of his post by the Iranian
British sources here also took directors for being "uncoopera-
bltter exception to the anti-sa- tive."
botage law now before the Ira- Meanwhile the port of Abadan
ulan legislature. They described is clogging up with shipping In
the law as "medieval and mystic- the present Indeterminate phase
al hi phraseology, and the sort of the oil take-over,
of legislation that might have Some 25 tankers are at the
beer expected from Hitler's Oer- docks, or waiting to come into
manj.'* port.
NEW YORK, June 25 (UP)
The striking CIO ship engineers
are prolonging the costly marl-
time strike that has idled Atlan-
tic and Gulf Coast shipping for
eight days.
After the Marine Engineers
Benevolent Association and 40
shipowners broke off negotia-
tions yesterday Federal media-
tor Harry Winning said lt did
not look as If there would be
more peace talks till tomorrow.
The 5,000 strong MEBA is de-
manding that the shippers hire
all engineers except chiefs and
first assistants through the
union, and is asking overtime for
all engineers on duty between
5 p.m. and 8 a.m.
'Independence' Back
In Harness Again
WASHINGTON. June 25 (UP)
President Truman's DC-4 In-
dependence U back at work a-
gain. after IU brief illness and
convalescence in Panama last
week.
This morning It was due to
take its boss from Washington
to Tulla horns. Tenn.. for the
dedication of the Air Force's
Arnold Engineering Develop-
ment renter, a new S157,a*,**a
project.
After Innch It was to return
the President to the capital.
TOKYO. June 25, (UP) Uni-
ted Nations troops battered bit-
terly resisting Communists with
bayonets, grenades and alrpower
on the first anniversary of the
Korean war today.
There was no sign of a slack-
ening in the fighting anywhere
along the 100-mile front, despite
the Russian proposal tor a Ko-
rean ceasefire.
United Nations troops fought
desperately to recover two cen-
tral front hills from which they
were thrown by the Communists
yesterday. These hills are strate-
gically placed south of Pyong-
yang.
On the east central sector other
United Nations troops beat off
three pre-dawn counterattacks.
The 8th Army began the sec-
ond year of the Korean war un-
der orders from its commander,
Lt. Gen. James A. Van Fleet to
"carry on as usual" despite peace
rumors.
The Army was determined to
make the second year If the
war continues that long more
costly for the Reds than the first.
An estimated 1,182,500 Com-
munist troops have been killed,
wounded or captured since the
war started.
Allied casualties art put at
382,500.
In addition nearly 500,000
South Korean civilians are killed,
wounded or missing.
In continuation of the busy
week's Jet fighter war in Mig Al-
ley, northwest Korea. SO Mlgs
nset 27 Sabres. One Mlg was shot
down In flames.
C. M. Mullins
Funeral Held
At St. Mary's
Funeral services were held at
9 A.M. today at St. Mary's
Church In Balboa for George
W. Mullins. Jr., retired Canal
Zone detective who died Thurs-
day at Gorgas Hospital.
Active pallbearers were six
unltormed members of the
Canal Zone force on which Mr.
Mullins had served over 23
years until his retirement at
the end of March, 1948. They
were: Sgts. Herbert Holmer,
Holmer, Luther Fleming, Har-
vey Rhyne and Richard Nichols,
Police Officers Charles Fears
and James Marchuck.
The honorary pallbearers
were: Police Chief Major George
Herman, Dr. H. L. Phillips, Capt.
John J. Connard, Capt. Samuel
Roe, R J. McKeevers, Thomas
Foley, Br., Edward Pearson and
Cyril Lobb.
A member of the police force
since January, 1927. Mr. Mullins
was on detective duty contin-
uously after 1932. In April. 1945,
he was detailed to Police Head-
quarters as Identification of-
ficer._________
1,400 Cobs Ashore
On Pacific Side
Today, Tomorrow
Over 1400 fighting sailors from
four destroyers will be given
shore leave this afternoon and
Tuesday afternoon while the US
Navy ships are berthed at Pier 1,
Rodman. _, ...
The USS Zellars (Flagship),
USB Massey, USS Forrest Royal
and the USS C. S. Sperry arrived
this afternoon and will transit
the Canal Wednesday morning.
TOKYO, June 25 (UP) First reaction from Rod
China to the Korean peace proposals of Russia's United
Nations delegate Jacob A. Malik came in an editorial
in the Peiping "People's Daily News" fully supporting the
proposal.
Nasrollah Entezam, president of the United Nations
General Assembly, said after a visit to the State Depart-
ment in Washington today that he does not believe q
ceasefire in Korea will be difficult to arrange "if good-
will exists on each side."
In Britain Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison told the
House of Commons that the British Government is study-
ing means of following up Malik's peace opening. He add-
ed that in view of the failure previous ceasefire attempts
any undue optimism would be unwise.
In Korea United Nations field commander Lt. Gen.
James A. Van Fleet ordered his 8th Army to "carry on as
usual." He said the army "is here to carry out its military
job" unperturbed by peace rumors.
editorial
Malik's proposal, contained In
a radio broadcast in New York
Saturday, was for a ceasefire and
the establishment of a buffet
zone at the 38th parallel.
According to Peiping radio the
Senator Hints US
Aids Guerrillas
Inside Red China
7-Week M'Arthur
Dismissal Hearing
Should End Today
WASHINGTON. June 25 (UP)
Senate Investigators hope to
end their marathon hearings on
Oen. Douglas MacArthur's dis-
missal today with testimony of
tthelr 13th witness MaJ. Oen.
Emmett (Rosie) O'Donnell of
the Air Force.
O'Donnell, who was strategic
bombing commander In Korea
until recalled for a U. S. assign-
ment early this year, has gone
even farther than MacArthur in
proposing expansion of the Far
East war. Last January, he pub-
licly suggested use of the A-
Bomb against Red China.
While O'Donnell is the last
scheduled witness before the
combined Senate Armed Ser-
vices-Foreign Relations Com-
mittee, there is an outside
chance the seven-week-old in-
quiry may be prolonged.
Sen. Brlen McMahon, D..
Conn., Is "considering" a move
to seek testimony from W.
Averell Harrlman. special ad-
viser to President Truman on
Foreign Affairs, and former U.
8. Ambassador to Moscow.
But both Democratic and Re-
publican members of the com-
mittee are loath to extend the
hearings which began May 3 and
have already covered millions of
words of testimony from the na-
tion's highest military and civil-
ian officials.
Senators, meantime, foresaw a
possibility that the whole Korean
situation may be altered radic-
ally before the investigators can
turn In their findings on Admin-
istration Far East policy versus
MacArthur's proposals.
McMahon said he is watching
with "great Interest" to see whe-
ther anything comes of Russian
UN delegate Jacob Malik's cryp-
tic proposal Saturday for Korean
truce negotiations.
Observers said a satisfactory
Korean peace settlement at thus
time might throw the whole Mac-
Arthur investigation Into eclipse,
and provide a dramatic vindica-
tion for Administration policy.
On the other hand, If peace
hopes aroused by Malik's feeler
should be rudely dashed MacAr-
thur might gain new support for
his proposals to bomb Manchu-
rlan bases, blockade.Red China's
coasts and take other measures
to force a showdown.
"People's Daily News"
said:
"The general and basic char-
acteristic of the past year's war
was that the American aggres-
sors at first planned a short war
to destroy Korea, but this deve-
loped into a prolonged war.
"If the American aggressors In-
tend to expand this war of ag-
gression they cannot do lt, for
lack of their own strength.
"If the United States wants to
stop this war they will accept In
their entirety the offers of a
Kaceful solution which have*
en made by Communist China
and the Soviet Union."
Western Europe, disappointed
once too often In the year-Ions:
quest for peace in Korea, refused
to seize on Malik's proposals till
Russia and Red China furnished
proof lt was the real thing.
In Washington the United
States began Informal confer-
ences with its British and French
allies on Russia's dramatic cajl
for peace.
State Department officials said
they must have more information
about the Russian proposal, how-
ever, before they can start brasa
tacks negotiations for a ceaat
fire.
Despite United Nations Secre-
tary-general Trygve Lie's plea for
peace talks at the earliest pos-
sible date," American official*
said they still were not convinc-
ed of the sincerity of the move
made by Malik.
U. S. and Allied diplomats gen-
erally favored a wait and see ap-
proach for the next few days.
Lie's appeal failed to alter this
decision, which waa based on
hope that Malik would get more
specific about his peace-plan
either In an open statement or
through Informal contacts.
U. S. Ambassador John Foster
Dulles, who Is Secretary of State
Dean Acheson's special adviser
on Far Eastern affairs, went far-
ther than other American diplo-
mats In his comment...
He speculated that the Rus-
sians "are under such pressure
from Red China that they are In
somewhat of a dilemma" as to
what to do In Korea.
Dulles emphasized that Rus-
sian control over China is so great
(Continued on Pag* . Ca-L 6)
Press Conference Set
For Senator Johnston
Senator Olln Johnston, Chair-
man of the Post Office and Civil
Service Committee of the Senate
who arrived on the Isthmus to-
day, scheduled a press conference
at 5 p.m. at the Hotel Tlvoli.
Also on Johnston's Itinerary la
a meeting Wednesday night of
the AFOE at the Balboa Club-
house. He will speak on pay In-
creases and the leave question.
Senator Johnston will depart
Saturday morning.
Lovelady Says Congressmen
Strongly Favor Wage Boost
Out of 531 members In Con- ment employes from all over
gress, 473 who were personally the world. In the Commerce
contacted were overwhelmingly Dept. auditorium, that hold
in favor of the pay Increase for only 125 people, more than 1350
government employes, accord- delegates Jammed their way In
lng to Rufus Lovelady, Presi- to discuss current government
dent of the American Federa- legislation,
tlon of Government Employes.
He said that although a few On the question of exempting
favored 17%, and others went employes on the Canal Zone
WASHINGTON. June 25 (UP) as high as 21%, the majority from paying Income tax until
Senator John Sparkman, Alaba- WOuld not commit themselves Jan. 1. 1851, enator George
ma Democrat, hinted today that ^ any specific percentage, but of Georgia who heads the
would vote for whatever the Finance Committee told Love-
the United States Is giving active
help to anti-Communist guerril-
las inside Red China.
Sparkman told a radio forum
that action by underground ele-
ments Is the only way the Pei-
ping regime will be unseated.
He added that the activities of
the guerrillas are "not something
Committee recommends.
"It Is definite however,
that the pay raise will be
somewhere in the neigh-
borhood of 10% Instead of
lady he would definitely ap-
prove lt. He stated that last
year his committee set Jan 1,
1951 as the effective date, and
he said their views have not
changed.
"I feel confident now more.
the original ( 97%," he said.
Lovelady returned yesterday than ever that it will be passed,
to be talked about too much" at | from Washington where he at- the only question that remains)
this time. tended a convention of govern- is when,'' Lovelady added.


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Chiei of Immigration's Son
Sisiting
Jaime Eduardo Cucaln, son of
Panama's Immigration chief, re-
turned yesterday on the Danish
ship Lexa Maersk to spend his
summer vacation in Panam. Jai-
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South was very versatile in the
hand shown today. He was very
enterprising during the bidding
but very cautious In the play. It
was a good combination.
West's opening club lead was
taken by dummy's ace and a
trump was returned at once.
When South played the king of
spades, West cleverly played low.
This was a neat trap except
that South was too wise a bird to
fall for it. If South continues
trumps, West takes the ace and
leads a third trump. Then there
are only nine tricksfive trumps,
three diamonds, and a club.
South saw this possibility and
switched to diamonds. He cashed
the diamond king and led his re-
maining diamond towards dum-
my. West discarded a club (It
would have done him no good to
ruff), and dummy won with the
ace.
Once again there were pitfalls
to avoid. If declarer leads the
queen of diamonds from dummy.
West ruffs and takes the ace of
trumps. Or If declarer leads a
heart, West wins and leads the
ace of trumps followed by his low
trump. In either case the con-
tract Is set.
Declarer solved his problem by"!
leading a low diamond from
dummy and ruffing with the jack |
of spades. Now nothing could set
the contract.
West again refused to ruff.
Thereupon South led a low heart.
East won and returned a club.
South ruffing. Now South rufjed
a heart In dummy, returned^ to
his hand by ruffing a club to rf 11
another heart in dummy, and
Bill To Limit
MSTS Competition
A bill to.cut down the Military
Sea. Transportation Service's
competition with prlvte shipping
facilities has been introduced by
Congressman Havenner (D., Cal.i
as a consequence of hearings held
on the Pacific Coast several
months ago, the "Pacific Shipper"
reports.
The measure would order the
Secretary of Defense to cease the
transport of commercial-type
cargo and civilian passengers not
employed by or attached to the
United States in MSTS ships ex-
cept upon determination that
private shipping cannot give ade-
quate service. The bill is number-
ed H. R. 4300.
A.P.L. Gets "~
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Charter of the experimental
freighter Schuyler Otis Bland for
round-the-world operation was
awarded recently by the Federal
Maritime Administration to A-
merlcan President Lines, accord-
ing to the 'Pacific Shippeer."
A.P.L. was high bidder for the
vessel which is nearlng comple-
tion and which expected to go on
berth t Boston early next
month.
A prototype vessel designed for
mass production, the steamer Is
of 10300 tons deadweight, cubic
bale of 533,400, measuring 477.5
feet in overall length; geared tur-
bines drive her at 18.5 knots. She
was built at a cost of approxi-
mateiy $5.5 million for the FMA.
then discarded his last heart on
dummy's queen of diamonds.
West could take his two trumps,
but they were not enongh to set
the contract.
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Back on the Let
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MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) When
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L Reddick said the salesman
climbed a ladder and sold an ac-
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US Redhead Disappears For Weekend In Germany
HAMBURG. Germany, June 25
(UPi An attractive red-hair-
ed United States consulate em-
ploye missing for 48 hours and
feared to have fallen into Com-
munist hands in East Germany
returned here safely last night
and said she spent the weekend
in the British zone.
Arlean Raff. 30, of 8t. Paul.
Minn., said she was not aware
that she had been reported
missing since Friday night when
he started out on the interna-
tional super-highway across the
Soviet zone to Berlin.
Miss Raff said she decided not
to go to Berlin after officials at
the Helmstedt checkpoint warn-
ed her against proceeding
through the Soviet zone in a
CtU' with German license plates.
'nstead. she said, she went to
the British zone and spent the
weekend in the Hartz Moun-
tains.
The United States Consulate
General here, where she is em-
ployed, reported Miss Raff's safe
arrival. The official announce-
ment said there apparently was
some confusion at the check-
point and she had been report-
ed going through although she
actually turned back.
Her "disappearance" touched
off a three-day international
search of the 110-mile highway
running from Western Germany
across the Soviet zone to Berlin.
She drove to her apartment in
her small German-made car late
vesterday afternoon and was
astounded at the excitement
here during the weekend. _^_
Authorities had specul a t e d
[hat her "disappearance" in-
volved either an element of ''ro-
mance" or arrest by the Rus-
sians or East German police.
Miss Raff was reported accom-
panied by a 24 year old East
German student of Hamburg
University.
The State Department clamp-
ed a news blackout on Miss
Raff's precise duties at the con-
sulate in Hamburg, center of
United States efforts to choke
off shipments of war potential
goods through the port to the
Communist world. But other
sources said she was a highly
trusted secretary who has been
In Germany about two years.
Her friends in Hamburg said
they were under orders not to
talk about Miss Raff. United
States consulate officials were
equally tightlipped.
Miss Raff passed through the
United Slates checkpoint at
Helmstedt at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
It. B. Streeper. American con-
sul here, said she was accom-
panied by a German male
friend. His last name was re-
ported to be Bartel.
A porter at Miss Raff's apart-
ment house said the German
saw her frequently.
An alarm was sounded for her
when she did not pass through
the American checkpoint at the
Berlin end of the 110-mlle In-
ternational highway four hours
later. Four hours is considered
the maximum time necesaary to
make the trip across the Soviet
zone.


MONDAY, JUNE U, 1951

HE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DART NEWSPAFFR
?age
Cancer Researchers Find Improved Methods of Treatment
But Surgery and Radiation Still Offer Best Chance of Cure

EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the tecond of two articUs on the
progress of cancer research, written by the Science Sdltor of the
American Cancer Society who recently completed a three-month
survey of research supported by the Society. His investigation took
him to most of the universities and hospitals in 3S states where
the Cancer Society has invested in research about 93,500,000 it col-
lected last year.
By PAT McGRADT
Science Editor, American Cancer Society
Written for NBA Service)
If vou have a cancer which hasn't yet spread to other parts
of the body, surgery is your best bet. Such cancers can be re-
moved as a rule, and the cure rates are often high.
If the cancer Involves vital organs and the surgeon can't cut
It out. X-rays or radium still may cure you.
Surgery and radiation have been the standard methods of
curing cancer for years. And each year they become more and
more effective.
Specialists in cancer centers of
such cities as New York, Boston,
New Orleans, Chicago, St. Louis
and San Francisco now can re-
move great masses of tissue and
an amaalng number of important
organs to cut out the roots and
branches of a spreading cancer.
Months and years later an appre-
ciable percentage of these pa-
tients are without cancer symp-
toms.

And in almost all caseseven
when the cancer seeds have mi-
grated to other parts of the body
pain Is relieved and patients
live relatively normal, routine
lives for varying periods.
Surgical progress has been
made possible by improved anes-
thesias, new techniques and ap-
paratus, control of infection by
antibiotics, and plentiful blood
transfusions.
Radiation therapy is moving
ahead very quickly, too.
In such centers as Cambridge,
Chicago and New York, X-ray
machines which generate 2,000,-
000 or more volts are hitting can-
cers which cannot be reached by
the 8 c a 1 p e l or conventional
X-ray.
In addition to this, the patient
may sit in a chair which rotates
slowly while the X-rays are
aimed at the tumor. Tumors thus
are given a multiple of the nor-
mal X-ray dosage while interven-
ing normal tissues receive only a
fraction of itto the decided be-
nefit of the patient.
Radioactive iodine has shown
tremendous powers of relieving
thyroid cancer in a few cases, but
other radioactive materials so far
have not lived up to some of the
early rosy predictions. They are
not yet curing cancer.

A great and growing number of
chemicals have come up from the
laboratories, where they have
shown in animal experiments
that they do more good than
harm. They are ready for use on
patients in such cities as New
York, Boston, Baltimore, Chicago
and San Francisco.
Testing them on human cancer
is a tedious business. Their fail-
ure to help one kind of cancer by
no means indicates that they will
be useless in other kinds as well
as a few experimenters are
learning. Some chemicals declar-
ed useless last year are showing
promise on other tumor types this
year.
One of the newer efforts in the
chemical treatment of cancer is
concerned with keeping the tox-
icity of drugs down to a mini-
mum. Usually when the poison is
diluted so Is the anti-tumor ef-
fect.
A slight start may have been
Girl Scouts Enjoy Dramatics,
Hikes, Arts, Outdoor Cooking
At the second session of the
Intermediate Girl Scout Day
Camp in Trefoil House, Gatun.
Units met and appointed their
Patrol Leaders. Unit I choose co-
Patrol Leaders Jean Seaman and
Mary Louise Washabaugh. Unit
II appointed Andrea Whitaker.
Unit III chose Terry Louis and
Unit IV Judy Malcolm. These
girls, at their first Camp Com-
mittee meeting to discuss plans
and problems of the Camp with
Director Mrs. Nellie Volght and
Assistant Director Mrs. W. R.
Llndstrom. endorsed hikes, trips.
arts and crafts projects, drama-
tics and other program activities
for a full session of Girl Scouting
this summer.
Unit n under the direction of
Leader Mrs. George Marsh and
Program Aides Rita Fisher and
Maydele Gardner and Unit IV
under the LeadershiD of Mrs.
Louise Rainey. Edna Jenkins and
Juanita Meeks cooked their first
lunch of the new camping sea-
son.
The complete outdoor cooklne
f>rogram for camp includes mak-
ng an outdoor kitchen. This is
accomplished with lashed tables
lor preparing food, an outdoor
fireplace to cook on, and a lashed
tripod for holding the wash ba-
sin for washing dishes. Similar
camp projects are part of camp-
ing in regular Girl Scout camps
in the United 8tates.
The other half of the Interme-
diate Camp did first aid with
Mrs. Lucia E. Blades, first aid
instructor for Fort Davis. Unit I
Is directed by Mrs. D. M. Daniels
with the help of Carol George
and Arlene Vandergrift and Unit
III with Mrs. Jack Barr and Di-
ane McLaln and Catherine Dan-
iels.
The second session of Brownie
Dav camp under the direction of
YMCA Managers
Meeting Today
The June meeting of the Com-
mittee of Management of the
Balboa YMCA is scheduled today
at 5:15 p.m. at the YMCA. Fol-
lowing the dinner, the regular
business meeting will be held
with Elmer B. Stevens, Chair-
man, presiding.
Reports for the month of May
will be made by various sub-
committee Chairmen and staff
members. The Committee of
Management is made up of 18
representative men drawn from
both civilian and military per-
sonnel.
Other officers of the Commit-
tee are David Westman, Vice-
Chairman. and P. 8. Coakley,
Secy-Treas. Leonard M. Brock-
man, .Asst. to Personnel Director,
Panama Canal has been elected
to fill the vacancy caused by the
retirement recently of Ernst A.
Erbe.
This week the YMCAs of the
United States and Canada are
celebrating 100 years of service
at the triennial Convention be-
ing held In Cleveland, Ohio.
Outstanding National figures
will appear on the week's pro-
gram.
From a small beginning in
London in 1844 the Young Men's
Christian Association has ex-
tended Its service around the
Globe. Its service Is both Inter-
national and Interracial
Mrs. Norman Davlson and her
assistant Mrs. Timothy D. Ladd
at the Gatun Gym was also
eventful. Girls named their units
for their favorite story book
characters and made unit labels
to wear.
The Bambi unit's leader is
Mrs. K. Forrest assisted by Lois
Howard with program aides Ca-
rol Harvey and Sunny Moreland.
The second unit the girls named
the Snow White Unit and it is
under the leadership of Mrs. M.
S. Gardner, assisted bv Mrs. R.
T. Causey and aides Gwendolyn
Karlger and Rita Howard.
Mrs. G. P. Allegaler reports
that Sleeping Beauty won over
the name of Black Beauty bv a
close margin for the title of Unit
III. Mrs. Allegaler is aided by
assistant Mrs. George Tully and
Program Aides Joan Blalr and
Mary Sherry.
Unit IV called themselves Cin-
derella and Mrs. E. J. Nimitjs,
leader, is assisted by Mrs. E B.
O'Brien with Program Aides Mar-
garet Joudrey and Joan Holger-
son.
The 60 Brownies and forty-
eight Intermediates enrolled will
meet on Wednesdav and Friday
from 9:00 to 3:00 until August
11. Also part of the Girl Scout
Council Day Camp Program at
Gatun Is swimming under the di-
rection of John Barr and Bobjsy
Williams Kay Dlgman. Nancy
Ramsey and Barbara Hickey.
A similar Day Camp program
will start on June 27 for Pacific
side Intermediate Girl Scouts at
Albrook AFB and on July 9 for
Brownies on the Pacific side.
Emo Accountants
Holding Conference
The Central 'American Ac-
counting Conference of Esso
Standard Oil got under wav
this morning at the Hotel El"
Panama with 20 delegates in at-.
tendance.
Th^ conference which is at- j
tended only by accountants and :
supervisors from the six divi-
sions of Esso Standard OH (Ceii- '
tral America). S. A., an dtwo i
representatives from Esso's New
York offices, will last until (
Thursday afternoon. I. E. i
Champsaur.. Comptroller of the
Central American company, will
preside over the conference.
Champsaur will offer a cock-
tall party in honor of the dele-
gates Thursday evening at the
Panama Golf Club.
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BEST BET FOR CURE is still surgery. If it hasn't spread, a cancer can be cut out. of the body.
made, however. A vltamin-Uke
agent called the cltroxorum fac-
tor seems to have reduced the
toxlclty of one or two anti-cancer
drugs without proportionate Im-
pairment of their power against
cancer.

Hormones continue to be the
most effective treatments for
some kinds of inoperable and
hopeless cancersfemale hor-
mone for cancer of the prostate,
male or female hormone for can-
cer of the breast, a Tmale hor-
mone called progesterone for
cancer of the uterus, cortisone
for temporary relief of acute leu-
kemia.
Boston scientists have observ-
ed that some cancers of the uter-
us, which resisted X-rays, became
responsive to X-ray treatment
after the patient was given male
or female hormones. And proges-
terone has shrunk up some inop-
erable uterine tumors to the point
where surgery was possible and
may have been successful.
Viruses of various sorts are be-
ing turned against cancers in
New York and San Francisco.
Every now and then a virus (like
that of chicken pox or measles I
has brought dramatic relief to
certain types of cancer; but the
effect has not been lasting. Now
a variety of viruses are being
tested In hope of finding some
that will destroy cancerand not
the patient.
A newly organized "pain clin-
ic" in New York has found that
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Among the visitors to Panama
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well known Ecuadorian capital-
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Major Plaza Is the brother of
Galo Plaza, the President of
Ecuador, who is now In the USA
securing aid to develop Ecuador.
Major Plaza visited Panama
for conferences with Panama-
nian and American associates
and investors who are particip-
ating in various aviation devel-
opment projects in Colombia
and Ecuador. These projects are
being jointly financed by Pana-
manian, American, Colombian
and Ecuadorian capital.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, TONE J5, 1M1
Pirates Dump Dodgers Twice In National League
jSear Riot Breaks Out In
Berlin Ring As Robinson
Opponent Claims TouF
BY JOSEPH FLEMING
United Press Sports Writer
BERLIN, June 25 (UP)Mid-
dleweight Champion Ray Robin-
son, disqualified by the referee
for kidney punches in the second
round of his fight with Gerhard
Hecht yesterday, had to seek
safety beneath the ring from a
barrage of beer bottles and other
missiles hurled at him.
Twenty policemen rescued the
world's No. 1 fighter from be-
neath the ring and led him to
safety through the rioting crowd
of 30,000 in Waldebuehne Stadi-
um.
The West Berlin Boxing Com-
mission at a special meeting last
night set aside the disqualifica-
tion verdict and declare the fight
"no contest."
Chairman Amo Koolbin of
the commission said, "I could-
n't agree with the referee.
Hcht should have been declar-
ed knocked out in the first
round, not fouled. He turned
his back into Robinson's punch-
es."
The referee originally awarded
vicory on disquillflcatlon to
Hetht. Germany's top light heav-
yweight, after Hecht had been
floured twice by alleged kidney
punches in their scheduled 10-
found non-title bout.
It was the first time that Rob-
inson, greatest all-around fight-
A SHOT AND A MISSVal-
erie Ball displays excellent
form in the shot put at the Uni-
versity of London's Athletic
Union Meeting. She also set a
new University record in tha
440-yard run, won her heat in
the 100-yard dash and com-
peted in the high jump. (NEA)
er in the world for a decade, had
been accused of unethical tac-
tics in the ring.
Because of the stadium storm
that Sugar Ray's performance
had provoked. Robinson left Ber-
lin m one hour on a military
train.
Robinson floored Hecht twice-
near the end of the first round
and early In the second session.
Hecht was floored each time by a
combination of smashing, blows
to the body and head.
Hecht sank to the canvas for
much longer than 10 seconds in
the last minute of the first
round. However, the referee stop-
ped counting in response to yells
from Hecht's handlers, who
charged wildly that Hecht had
ben struck with a kidney punch.
The kidney blow Is illegal in Ger-
many.
Hecht was dragged to his cor-
ner. The referee announced he
would allow Hecht a one-min-
ute respite for medical exami-
nation. The Grman scrapper
was still unable to continue
when the beU finally was rung
for the second round. He was
given an additional respite.
When Hecht finally did come
out of his corner, Robinson floor-
ed him In less than 10 seconds
with a savage attack to body and
head.
As Hecht sank to the floor, hii
face contorted in agony, he
clutched his kidneys. His han-
dlers leaped onto the ring apron
and screamed: "Foul! Foul Foul!"
Then the German fans took up
the cry and their roars of protest
thundered across the stadium.
Some of them yelled in German:
Just like Bchmellng!" They were
referring to Max Schmeling's
claim he had been fouled in his
second fight with Joe Louis.
Slender, brown-skinned Robin-
son stood in mid-ring gazing In
amazement at the screaming
handlers and the roaring fans.
But he didn't stand there long;
for beer bottles, seat cushions
and pebbles began to rain into
the ring where he was standing.
He hurried down the steps and
ducked under the ring for pro-
tection.
Spectators at the ringside slid
down under their seats to escape
the barrage of bottles.
The frenzied crowd tried to en-
gulf Robinson as his cordon of 20
police escorted him to safety in
the dressing room. He had gain-
ed that sanctuary before the re-
feree announced Hecht's victory.
Both Robinson and Manager
George Galnford admitted that
one of the champion's blows in
the first round had struck Hecht
in the kidneyJust above Hecht's
left hip bone in back.
However, Robinson and Galn-
ford declared that Referee Otto
Nispel was wrong In calling the
punch a foul. They explained it
had landed on the kidney because
Hecht had turned suddenly away
from Robinson after the punch
had started.
"It was impossible for Robin-
son to stop his barrage after
DeVicenzo Best
Foreigner Since
Bobby Locke
TOLEDO, Ohio, June 25 (UP)
Curly-haired Roberto De Vicenso
of Buenos Aires is being labeled
the outstanding foreign golfing
importation to the United States
since Bobby Locke's arrival from
South Africa.
By way of living up to this no-
tice, De Vicenso teamed up with
veteran Henry Ransom to win the
Iverneai invitational Tourna-
ment by a plus nine margin yes-
terday.
Displaying a brilliant brand of
golf, De Vicenso established him-
self as one of the leading con-
tenders for the P.G.A. tourney
which starts at Pittsburgh Wed-
nesday.
In second place going into the
final 36 holes, De Vicenso and
Ransom defeated Dutch Harrison
and Marty Furgol plus two In the
morning round.
The winners fired 3d birdies
and were 36 under par. Lloyd
Mangrum and Cary Middlecoff,
who finished tied for third with
Freddie Haas and Ed Oliver, ac-
tually played better golf than the
winners with SI birdies and were
49 strokes below par.
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Tbe members of the Paclfio
Little League team that will make
the trip to the I'nited States to
com pee in the Little World Seriea
tourney are requested to show an
at the Balboa Stadium at 2:38
p.m. tomorrow (Tuesday) for
their first practice and tha tak-
ing of photographs.
The boys are requested to'ay-
pear in uniform whether there
are wet grounds or not. Coach
Joe Cicero will be present to guide
the lads.
Word has also been received
that the local champs will play
In the Northern New Jersey sec-
tor. No further details have been
received as yet.
Pedro alas, Richie Harden,
Ronnie Mead, Eddie Rirchmier,
Dannv Wlnkloaky. Bruce Bats-
man, Elwood Phillips. Bobby Best,
John Hamma. Tommy Jonea,
Jimmie Lovelady. Bill Hatchett
and Freddie Bruhnall regulars
and alternates R. Tschudy,
Crowder, Nahmad. Leisy. Curdts.
Lasts, Winford and J. Durfee are
the little guys who must report
at the Stadium tomorrow.
The fund-raising campaign for
$!i,M0 to finance tbe trip to the
States which started last Tues-
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Hecht turned away from him,
Galnford explained.
Robinson said, "After Hecht
went down the first time and
claimed a foul. I said to the re-
feree, 'You know that wasn't a
foul.' But he told me, 'I have to
call It a fenl. I want to leave
this ring alive."'
Sugar Ray, who had to hide for
five minutes under the ring, said
the reaction of the crowd was the
most unsportsmanlike he had
seen during his 11 yean of box-
Ins
"I don't think I'll ever fight
here again," he added. "I'm sorry
If the Germans think I came all
the way to Berlin to win on a foul.
But I'm glad that many Germans
at the ringside know I old not
foul him."
Leas than an hour after the
fight, Robinson and his wife, Ed-
na Mae, and Manager Galnford
and others of his entourage left
for Frankfurt on the American
military train.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
(First Game)
Chicago 120 100 2006 9 0
Boston 000 131 0005 S 0
Dobson, Holcombe (8-4) and
Mas!; Stobbs (6-3), Taylor and
Moss.
. (Second Game)
Chicago 100 001 310 6 10 1
Boston Oil 120 SOxS 10 3
Dorlah, Kretlow (2-3),Rotblatt,
Judson, Holcombe and Mail:
Wight (4-5), Masterson, Parnell
and Moss.
Cleveland 001 011 0003 8 0
New York 300 000 02x- -5 8 0
Wynn (5-9) andHegan; Raachl
(11-4), Reynolds and Berra.
Detroit 030 123 00110
Washington 00O 400 010 6
Trucks, Hutchlnsdn (4) and
Robinson, Ginsberg (5); Moreno,
Consuegra (2), Harris *5),Haynea
and Klutti, Guerra '5).
BALBOA
Bill Cunningham, our Trap and
Skeet manager, has procured a
trophy and some merchandise
which he will award as prlaea for
trap and skeet shooting.
He will award the trophy to the
winner of the Club Championship
.410 gauge skeet shoot which will
be held on Saturday, June 30.
Thia will be a one-hundred bird
shoot, the entry fee will be two
dollars and eighty cent*. The
purse will be dlrfded via the Lewis
system.
Two classes divided 40-30-20
10 per cent.
The winner In Class B will re-
ceive a merchandise prise as well
as his share of the purse.
There will be extra .410 gauge
guns available for those shooters
who wish to use them.
An Interesting trap and skeet
hoot is planned for Wednesday.
July 4th. at which merchandise
prizes will be awarded. Thia will
probably be 50 registered handi-
cap targets and 50 skeet
Particulars of this combina-
tion shoot will be In this column
at a Inter data. J
Globetrotters
Meet All-Stars
Tonight At Gym
The Harlem Globetrotters lived
up to their reputation last night
in their local debut by trouncing
the local champs Lord Chaster-
field, 54-37. .
Tha Globetrotters, who were
forced to play in Caracas yester-
day morning, arrived here at 6:30
p.m. along with the accompany-
ing all-white All-Stars.
The first game of the evening
betewen the All-Stars arid the lo-
cal Bam quintet got under way at
0 p.m. The AllrStars outclassed
the hometowners to easily win,
73-47.
The Globetrotters, vastly supe-
rior to their opponents, played
with remarkable precision and
scored whenever they wanted to.
They had the overcrowded Pan-
am Oym In bedlam several times
as the crowd enjoyed their clown-
ing and- antics.
Tonight the Harlemites meet
the All-stars in their second lo-
cal appearance in the second
game. The first game will fea-
ture two local girls teams.'
Tomorrow night the Globetrot-
ters Journey to Colon where thev
will engage the All-Stars again
in the second game after a cur-
tain-raiser between local girls.
Juan Franco
Mutual Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Golden Babe $14.20, $?, $3 50
2Tap Girl S3, 83.40.
3 Bagalerio 86.
SECOND RACE
1Pesadilla 85.20, 88 20, $2.20.
2Sin Fin $3.80, $2.20.
3Politico $2.20.
First Doubles: (Golden Babe-
Pesadlllai 829.46.
THIRD RACE
1Marseiiesa 8080, $4.40, $2.80.
2 Hortensia $440. $3.
3Baby Rol $3.60.
One-Two: (Marselleea-Horten-
siai $46.46.
FOURTH RACE
1Torcaza 85.20, 82.80. 62.30.
2 Domino 82.80, 82.20.
3Recodo 8240.
quiniela: I Torease Domino
FIFTH RACE
1Fair Chance $8.60, $2.60.
2Mosqueton $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1Galante II $8. $380, $3.
2Hit $3.80, $2.80.
3Oran Dia $4.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Welsh Loch $6.80, 83.80.
2-Main Road 82.60.
Second Doubles: (Oslante II-
Welsh Loch) $57.88.
EIGHTH RACE
1Welsh Fox $5.80. $2.40, $2.20.
2 Sandwood $2.40, $2.20.
3 Orlsu $2.20.
Quiniela: (Welsh Fox-land -
wood) $4.66.
NINTH RACK
1In Time $6.60, $2.40, $2.20.
2 Interlude $2.60. $220.
3 Porters Star $2 20.
One-Two: (In Time-Interlude i
$13.16.
TENTH RACK
1- Rina Roi$3. $2 20.
2Little Lulu $2.20.
Teams Won
Brooklyn.......46
New York......36
St Louis.......38
Cincinnati .. .... 31
Boston........16
Philadelphia .... 86
Chicago........86
Pittsburgh......IS
Lost Pet.
U .645
36 .545
36 .516
81
3*
.586
.484
88 .476
SS .448
88 .377
TODAY'S GAMES
OPEN DATE.
YESTERDAY'S RESULT8
(First gante) .
Phlladelp'a 001 000 0001 7 0
Cincinnati 100 000 02x8 10 .0
Roberts (8-6) and Seminlck:
Raffsneberger (7-7) and Schef-
fing, Howell.
(Second Game)
Phlladelp'a 000 000 1124 13 1
Cincinnati 200 000 0002 9 1
Meyer (6-5), Miller, Heintsel-
man, Thompson and Wllber; Fox,
Smith (4-2) and Pramesa.
(First Game)
Brooklyn 100 011 013 7 11 1
Pittsburgh 200 011 33x10 14 0
Podblelan (0-1), Era kin e
Haugstad, Bankhead and Campa-
nula; Dickson (9-6) and Oara-
giola.
(Second Game)
Brooklyn 000 301 000-4 8 0
Pittsburgh 000 203 OOxS 12 0
Walker; Friend. Queen (4-0>,
WUlttandOaragioliT
(Fourteen Innings)
Bos. 020 030 000 000 00-5 11 0
St.L. 000 001 013 000 016 14 1
Spahn, Bickford (8-7) and
Mueller; Chambers, Brazle Po-
holsky, Lanier *-5i ,nd Rice
Juan Diaz II
Cops Protested
Split Decision
Juan DI&b II, 117, of Colon was
awarded a aplit ten-round deci-
sion over Cuban Black Pico, 115,
which was noisily protested by
the scant crowd at the Colon Ar-
ena last night.
The local lad, a master boxer,
outboxed the Cuban In the first
round, the fourth, the sixth and
had a decisive margin in the fin-
al round but Pico piled up points
by clearly winning at least five
:f the other six rounds.
Black Pico also had Juan Diaz
on the verge of a knockout In the
seventh when he repeatedly stag-
gered him with a volley of rights
and lefts to the head but Diaz
cleverly hung on until the round
ended.
It was reported that after the
decision one fan accused one of
the judges of betting on Juan
Dlai. Ala* of note is the fact
that the referee waa Servio Tu-
llo Lay who is very consistent
In always voting for Colon
fightera.
In other words. Diaz won a ty-
pical hometown (Colon) decision.
The main semifinal was copped
by featherweight Steven Bennett
by a knockout in the second
round after flooring courageous
Alfonso Perkinson four times in
the first round and three more
times in the second with a mur-
derous assault.
The other semifinal between
118-pounders Byron Cumber-
batch and Leslie Thompson waa
won by the latter unanimously.
However, Thompson ran all over
the ring in the last round after
piling up a good early lead.
The preliminary was a thrill-
ing draw between Baby Eastman
and Al Stewart.
New York 041 041 00010 15 1
Chicago 500 020 000 7 7 1
Heam (6-5), Spencer, Jones
and Westrum; Ruah, Hatten
(l-l>, Klippstein, Schultz and
Edwards.
July 41b Basketball
Elimination To Gel
Underway W'day
The annual July 4th Basketball
elimination tournament will get
under way at the Balboa Gym on
Wednesday, June 27, at 7:30 p.m.
with the playing of one game.
The first game of the tourney
will see the Republic of Panam
team in action against the U.8.
Navy team. The U.S. Air Force,
U.S. Army, and Pacific Basketball
League teams ajl drew byes In
the opening round
Thursday night, June 38, sec-
Hodges Hits 3 Homers;
Chi-Sox Lead Shortened
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 25 The Pirates rose from tht
National League cellar to deal the mighty circuit leading
Dodgers two blows at Pittsburgh, defeating them 10-7 and
5-4 despite the fact Gil Hodges hit three homers two
of them in the first game to bring his Major League lead-
ing total to 24.
ond round of play will be held
with a doubleheader at the Bal-
boa Oym. The flrat game will
start at 7:00 p.m. with the sec-
ond game starting 15 minutes af-
ter the ending of the first game..
The first game on Thursday
evening will bring the Pacific
Basketball League team into ac-
tion againat the U.S. Air Force.
The second game will feature the
winner of Wednesday night's
contest against the U. S. Army
team.
On July 4th the championship
game will be played at 1:30 p.m.
at the Balboa Gym between the
winners of the two games played
on Thursday night, June 28.
To meet the expenses for offi-
cials an admission charge of 85
cents for adults and 15 cents for
children will be made for the
games on June 27 and June 28.
The July 4th game will be free to
the public.
In both games the Pirates came
from behind to win. The Bucs
scored three runs in the seventh,
three more in the eighth to win
the opener while Ralph Kiner got
his J7th homer with Pete Casti-
glione and George Strickland al-
so contributing roundtrlppers.
Murry Dickson, though reach-
ed for eleven hits, won his ninth
game and third In a row over the
Dodgers.
In the second game reliever
Ted Wilks, who came to the Pi-
rates from tbe Cardinals, scor-
ed his first victory of the sea-
son by holding the Dodgers
scoreless and allowing one tin-
gle In the final three innings-
The Pirates' sparkplug in the
second game waa Gus Bell who
delivered a triple and two singles
driving In the winning run in the
sixth off pitcher Ralph Branca.
The Giant* made 15 hits, in-
cluding Monte Irvln's homer, as
they beat the Cubs 10-7 at Chica-
go. Sheldon Jones, in five innings
of hitlest relief hurling, won his
first game of the season. The
Cubs' Bruce Edwards drove In
four runstwo with a homer in
the first Inning.
BUI Nicholson hit a two-ran
homer in the ninth to give the
Phillies a 4-8 victory over the
Reds In the second game of a
doubleheader after the Reds
won the first game 3-1 at Cin-
cinnati. '
The Phils, held scoreless until
the seventh, came from behind to
triumph. Ken Helntzelman was
credited with the victory In a re-
lief role.
In the opener the Reds made
two runs In the eighth on four
singles, a wild pitch and an in-
tentional pass. Red Stallcup sin-
gled in the second one. Ken Raf-
fensberger held the Phils to sev-
en hits to gain his seventh vic-
tory.
The Cards beat the Braves 6-5
in 14 innings at St. Louis. Trail-
ing by as much as 5-0, the Cards
whittled away and finally tied
the score with three runs in the
ninth.
In the 14th Stan Musial dou-
bled. Wally Westlake waa pur-
posely walked. Musial went to
third on a fly and scored as Nlp-
Sy Jones beat out a bouncer to
tlrd.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Yankees crept to within a
game of the league leading Chi-
cago White Sox in the American
League when they defeated the
Indians 5-3 at the Yankee Stadi-
um, giving them a clean sweep
of the three-game series while
the White Sox split a doublehead-
er with the Red Soxwinning 6-1
then losing 8-6.
Vic Rasen!, though needing re-
lief help from Allie Reynolds la
the ninth, scattered eight hits to
win his eleventh gamemorn
than any other American League
pitcher. ,
Eddie Robinson hit a two- ,
run homer in the seventh to
give the White Sox the edge in
the opener whUe Dom DJMag-
gio was the big bat man for the
Red Sox, hitting a three-run !
inside-the-park homer. The
White Sox' Phil Mas! hit two
homers. r
The Red Sox clinched the sec-
ond game with a three-run rally
In the eighth.
Vic Wertx paced the Tigers to
a 10-5 victory over the Senators
at Washington with his 13th
homer, a double and two singles.
The Tigers' Fred Hutchlnson
pitched three-hit relief ball for
six Innings to win his sixth game.
The Senators' Gil Coan homered.
The Athletics swept their four-
game series with the Browns at
Philadelphia, winding it up with
8-3 and 7-1 triumphs.
Big Gus Zernial homered twice
and hit a double to drive in seven
runs in the opener behind Sam
Zoldak's five-hitter.
Little Bobby Shahta, who had
a shutout cooking until the ninth
inning, won his seventh game In
the nightcap. Zernial also drove
in two more runs In the second
game.
Two Cristobal Lads
Win Distinguished
Rifleman Medal
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 25
Two members of the Cristobal Ju-
nior Rifle Club of Colon have won
the Distinguished Rifleman Med-
al, it was announced here today
by the National Rifle Association.
They are: John Neal Hatgl, 16,
son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Hatgl;
and Leo A. Conatantine, 16, son of
Mr. P. L. Copstantine.
Leo first took up the target
sport about three years ago, and
John has been shooting for about
one year. Under the able gui-
dance of Mr. Noel Gibson, the club
instructor, they have climbed
steadily through the 14 lower
rankings to achieve Distinguish-
ed Rifleman ratingthe top la
Junior shooting.
Leo Is an eleventh grade stu-
dent and John Is a ninth grader
at the Cristobal High School.
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-Winning Numbers n the Extraordinary Drawing No. 1685, Sunday, June 24, 1951
First Prize
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Signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panama..
MARIO H. CAL, Representative of the Ministry of Treaaury.
%VITMRC. Edwin A. CheongCd. No. 47-14933
vurccsscs. Pablo Delgado A.Cid. No. 47-11136
CARLOS GRISMAT.
Notary Public. Panam
PABLO A. RINEL
Secretary


MONDAY. JI'NF. IS. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
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Box 393, &tloa JJ.fLu-Jo BJloa 2872
SENATOR AND MRS. OI.IN D. JOHNSTON
TO BE HONORED AT DINNRR AND RECEPTION
The United SUteii Senator Inm South Carolina, OUn D.
Johnston, and Mrs. Johnston, who arrived today aboard the
S.8. Cristobal, will be honored at a number of social avente
during their visit to the Isthmus. ....
The Charge d'Affairea ad interim of the United States,
Murray M. Wlee, and Mm. Wise will entertain with a dinner
to be riven in their honor this evening at the Embassy Re-
sidence on La Create.
Tomorrow evening, the Governor of The Panama Canal
and Mrs. Francia K. Newcomer wUl offer a reception in honor
of Senator and Mrs. Johnston from to " at the Gov-
ernor's residence.
Miss Rowlands and
Mr. Comiskey Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick
Rowlands o Arequipa. Peru, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Emita Merina, to Mr.
Francis Comiskey. son of Mrs.
Margaret Halle Brady and the
late Colonel Archibald Francis
Comiskey of Baltimore. Mary-
Miss Rowlands attended the
Convent of the Sacred Heart at
Hove. England, and Is employed
by the British Legation in Pan-
ama. Mr. Comiskey prepared at
the Portsmouth Priory School
and was graduated in the class of
1944 of Yale University, and Is a
member of York Hall. He is em-
ployed by The Panama Agencies
Co.
Mrs. E. R. Halloran
Returns with Daughter
After two months in Washing-
ton and New York. Mrs. Edward
R. Halloran. the wife of Com-
mander Halloran. Public Infor-
mation Officer of the 15th Naval
District, returned to the Isthmus
by air on Saturday.
She was accompanied by their
daughter. Mrs. Julia Ann Ma-
lone, who will be a visitor in her
parents home.
Miss Betty Adams
is Wed to Peter Barr
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adams of
Saluda. South Carolina, announce
the marriage of their daughter.
Betty Ruth, to Peter James Barr.
son of Mrs. Robert W. Barr of
Ancon and the late Mr. Barr. on
June 22 in Charleston, South Ca-
rolina.
Mr. Barr. the grandson of the
late Mr. and Mrs. John West-
berg, who were longtime resi-
dents In the Canal Zone, was
born in the Zone and lived here
until he Joined the U.S. Navy In
1948.
St. Lake's Alter Guild
Will Meet this Evening
The regular monthly meeting
Of the Altar Guild of St. Luke's
Cathedral will be held this even-
ing at 7:30 In the Guild Room.
Recreation Volunteers
of Balboa to Meet
All volunteers who have regis-
tered to help with the Summer
Recreation Program in the Bal-
boa District have been urged to
attend the meeting of the group
at 9:50 a.m. tomorrow at the se-
cond floor of the Balboa Club-
house. This will be the last
meeting before the opening of
the Arts and Crafts Project on
July 9. and materials and gen-
eral plans will be discussed.
Persons who have not yet re-
gistered but who are willing to
help In this summer's program
are welcome.
Richard Lombard
Arrives for Summer
Richard Lombard, a student at
the Law School of Harvard Uni-
versity in Cambridge. Mass.. ar-
rived today on the 8.8. Cristo-
bal to spend the summer here
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Lombard of Balboa Heights.
Mrs. Latermann and
Mrs. Becker Return
Mrs. Kathleen Latermann and
her daughter. Mrs. Mary E. Bec-
ker, of Cocoll. returned by plane
Friday evening from the Ciudad
Trujlilo In the Dominican Repub-
lic, where they had been visiting
for six weeks with Mrs. Becker's
daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. James R. Mclntlre.
Mr. and Mrs. towery
And Daughter Leave
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde J. Tow-
ery o Cocoll. accompanied by
their daughter, Lolsdene, left by
plane on Saturday for New Or-
leans La., where they will visit
Mrs. Anne F. Wieman, former
Canal Zone resident.- After vis-
iting with their son and his wife
in Bowie. Texas, they will travel
to New York. From there they
will leave for Casablanca. Moroc-
co, where they will make their
future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Towery and their
daughter have been Canal Zone
residents for several years.
Fort Kobbe NCO Wivea
Hold Theater Party
The NCO Wives of Fort Kobbe
held a theater party on Thurs-
day evening as their monthly so-
cial. After the movie, refresh-
ments were served in the Mirror
Room of the NCO Club.
Miss Arias is Bride
of Mr. Andreye
At Cristo Rey Church in Vista
del Mar at eight o'clock on Satur-
day evening. Miss Ana Lucrecia
Arlas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Juan Francisco Arlas F., became
the bride of Mr. Guillermo An-
dreve. son of Mrs. Delia Robles
Andreve and the late Mr. Gui-
llermo Andreve. The Rev. Fa-
ther Serrano officiated.
The sanctuary of church was
decorated with white lilies and
gladioli, and tall cathedral can-
dles were lighted on the altar.
During the ceremony. Mrs.
Samuel G. Lewis sang Schubert's
"Ave Maria" and "Ltebestraum"
by Liszt, accompanied at the or-
gan by Professor Klemente Tsa-
baltauskas. who also played the
traditional wedding marches.
The sponsors were the parents
of the bride and the bridegroom's
mother and Mr. Fablo Aroseme-
na. Miss Dolores Arias F.. Dr.
Teodoro Arlas. Mrs. Lucrecia La-
cayo Velasquez. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Martlnz, Mr. and Mrs. Car-
los Manuel Arias, Mr. Jorge D.
Arias. Miss Graciela Remen. Mr.
Marco A. Robles, Mr. and Mrs.
Gabriel Velasquez. Mr. and Mrs.
Ramon Arias F.. Mr. and Mrs.
James C. Wright. Mrs. Abdlel
Arias, Mr. Horacio E. Clare. Jr.,
Mr. Constantino Lacayo, Mrs.
Maria E. L. Arosemena, Mr. Ro-
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Mr. and Mrs. Raul de la Guar-
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Lyons, Jr., Mr. Eduardo Jose
Arias. Mr. and Mrs. Vicente
Arlztegul and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Brent A leers.
The bride, who was given In
marriage by her father, wore a
wedding gown of ice-blue satin,
fashioned in the French court
style. She wore a long double veil
of matching illusion held In place
by a bonnet of orange blossoms
and she carried a bouquet of
gladioli.
The matron of honor was Miss
Marta Irene Arias, sister of tne
bride. The other bridal attend-
ants were Miss Xenla de Janon,
Miss Rita Andreve, sister of the
bridegroom, Mrs. John T. Mc-
Grath and Mrs. Tomas Guardia,
Jr. They all wore gowns of pale
blue net, matching net-and-fea-
ther headdresses, and carried
blue flowers.
Mr. Harmodlo Arias, Jr.. was
best man for.Mr. Andreve and
the groomsmen were the Mesan
Luis Carlos Morales. Nathaniel
Mndez. John T. McGrath and
Tomas Guardia. Jr.
The flower girls were Ana Ele-
na Arias and Ceclbel de la Guar-
dia and the tralnbearers. Jean-
nette Boyd. Germene Gisela Boyd
and Gabriela Maher. They wore
dainty frocks of baby blue net.
Jose Ramon Arias and Ignacio
Fabrega carried the rings and
the "arras."
A reception was held In the
Balboa Room and the South Pa-
tlo of El Panama for five hun-
dred and fifty guests.
The bride Is a graduate of San
Jose School and Barry College in
Miami.Fla. Mr. Andreve received
his degree in architecture from
the University of Southern Cali-
fornia. The young couple have
left on ft wedding trip to Lima,
Peru and on their return will re-
side in Bella Vista.
The Theater GulM
Chooses New Play
The Board of Governors of the
Theater Oulld has chosen as its
next scheduled production Fay
Kanln's delightful comedy,
"Goodbye, My Fancy." Tryouts
have been set for July 9 and 10
at 7:30p.m. In the Ancon Club-
house Theater. All members and
prospective members are re-
quested to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter to
Entertain for the Grefes
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carpenter
of Balboa will entertain at a
bridge dinner to be given at their
residence this evening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. re-
te of La Carrasquilla, who are
leaving soon on vacation.
General Morris to Honor
Legion Commander Thursday
The Commander-in-Chlef of
the Caribbean Command, Lt.
General William H. H. Morris,
Jr., has issued Invitations for a
luncheon to be given Thursday at
the Albrook Officers' Club in
honor of the National Command-
er of the American Legion. Mr.
Erie Cocke. Jr.. who will arrive
here by plane Wednesday even-
ing from Mexico City, for a short
visit.
Brldg> Tournament
The weekly duplicate contract
bridge tournament will be played
TEXTILE
PAINT
Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Avenue
Opposite Ancon P.O.
Never neglect
a scratch!
fycu add cAaVm tcyotci Acme.'
DON'T DEPRi VE YOURSELF
OF THE PLEASU RE O^ HAVING
LOVELY FURNITURE
Jk 4tt fci onty /2& *"**
CASH ? CREDIT CLUB PLA r-si
nTtureSTORE
ENTRALAVE.at21stE.ST. ? PHONES: 2-1330
J. 2-1833
The tiniest injury can become in-
fected. Never take a chance!
USE
BAND-AID
ADHESIVE IANOAGES
IiwiiM y mun acton ami
I ataar braaal.
They com* to you teri lea-help keep
out dirt and gerrm. Mercurochrocuc
or i\ ro-thri-cin pad.
Have some always otar at haad.
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CAPTAIN AND MRS. WALTER A. HOWARD cut their wed-
ding cake following their recent marriage In Reno, Nevada.
Mrs. Howard is the former May Jean Warren, who was a
Gorges Hospital nurse and now a 1st Lieutenant In the Air
Force Nurse Corps, stationed at Lackland AFB, San Antonio,
Texas. Captain Howard's home Is In Austin, Minn. He was
stationed at Ft. Kobbe and has recently been assigned to the
Army Advanced Medical Service School. Brooks Army Medical
Center, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. Their marriage In the First
Methodist Church was followed by an elaborate reception at
the Del Monte Ouest Ranch.
Group Meetings
The Liga Cvica Nacional will
hold a meeting at 7:30 p. m.
tomorrow at the Cervecera
Naclonal's Beer Lounge. A spe-
cial committee report will be
read. Other pending business
from last meeting will also be
discussed.
at 6:45 this evening at the Dia-
blo Heights Clubhouse. New
players and visitors are welcome.
Honored at Buffet
Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Miro en-
tertained ten guests at a buffet
supper last evening in the Patio
of El Panama in honor of Dr.
Esther Nelra de Calvo and Mrs.
Alicia de Porras, who returned J
Panama recently.
Mrs. Porras Is the widow of
the late President Bellsarlo Po-
rras of Panama and Mrs. Calvo Is
the executive secretary of the In-
ter-American Commission of
Women In Washington, D.C.
Junta Femenina
Anniversary Ball
Set For July 3
The Junta Femenina de Bene-
ficencia have completed arrange-
ments for their coming Anniver-
sary Ball which will be sponsored
on July 3 at the Pacific Club-
house.
Armando Boca and his orches-
tra "La Perfecta" will supply the
music for this occasion.
Fish and Talk
WEST POINT. Miss. (UP)
City women have their beauty
parlors and bridge tables for
gossip, but farm wives in Clay
County get the same result from
fish ponds. In the past five years,
more than B00 fish ponds have
been built in the county and the
women have become great fish-
ing addicts.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panam No. 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments, Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panam.
_________________812 a.m.; 26 p.m._________________
BOTTLE FEEDING AT ITS IEST
Tbere'i no need to worry over
bottle-feeding if milk is modi-
fied with Robinson's Patent'
Barky. Baby will then digest
it so easily and sleep
contentedly alter
every feed.
Make cow' milk right for babyj
Today is
10KHES
day!
IM FULL OF ENERGY
ALL C*V BFCAUSE
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(customers- R?UtT, POSTS TOASTIES
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AMP
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PROVIDES HOtA J*. TO'/* Of **VWA&C DAILY FOOD NEEDS
feel's Too-tles Corn rmse TENS! Your whole family will
only one of the 7 varieties of
delicious cereal in POST-
njoy tbeae single-serving
packages at every breakfast!
7 voriolias-
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I.A.W.C. INSTALLS OFF*
AT ANNUAL LUNCHEON
OFFICERS
Mrs. Lyle L Koepke, president, and the members of her
beard, were installed as taw officers for tl-'5S to head the
Colon Unit of the Inter-American Woman's Club at tne an-
nual luncheon given at the Hotel Washington Saturday.
The clnb members and their guests were seated at a
Urge E-shaped table centered with circular arrangements of
pink carnations, spider Hiles and baby's breath. A long flat
runner of greenery *nd coral vine extended the length of
the head table and the Pan-American Flags formed a back-
ground for the group.
Mrs. Gunther Hlrschfeld. the
retiring president, gave a report
of the year's activities In Eng-
lish and Spanish and expressed
her sincere appreciation for the
cooperation given, during her
term of office, by tne members as
wlel as officers.
Mrs. Hlrschfeld Installed the
new president, who In turn In-
stalled her officers. The members
then stood and ijave the club
pledge.
The Incoming officers with
Mrs. Koepke were: 1st vice pres-
ident, Mrs. Samuel Puller, and
vice president, Mrs. Eduardo
Castillo; English secretaries. Mrs.
Vestal Morris and Mrs. O. E. Jor-
stad, Spanish Secretaries. Mrs.
Darlo Gonzalez and Miss Carmen
Ortmaldo. treasurer. Mrs. Harry
Bllgray and assistant. Mrs. Per-
clval Alberga. Board members,
Mrs. Leno Sanfellppe. Mrs. Julio
Nino, Mrs. Henry Townshend.
Mrs. Julia Emlllanl. Mrs. Sidney
Passalalgue. Mrs. Frederick
Saseloff. Mrs. Enrico Cervantl,
Mis. Charlea Whltaker. Mrs.
Stanley Hamilton and the fol-
lowing alternates: Mrs. Fabian
Pinto, Mrs. Agustn Cedefxo. Mrs.
Herbert Toledano. Miss Thelma
Godwin and Mrs. Eustace Lee.
The retiring officers with Mrs.
Hlrschfeld were: 1st vice presi-
dent. Mrs. Julio Nino. 2nd vice
president. Miss Thelma Oodwln,
Spanish Secretaries. Mrs. Carme-
lo de la Guardia. English secre-
tarles. Miss Adamary Anderson
and Mrs. Dash wood Barling,
treasurer. Mrs. Hans lilies and
assistant, Mrs. Anita Neff, Board
members. Mrs. Humberto Lelg-
nadler. Mrs. Julia Emlllanl. Mrs.
Robert Leigh. Mrs. Eustace Lee,
Mrs. Agustn Cedefio, Mrs. J. A.
Nufiez. Mrs. Stanley Hamilton,
Mrs. Fred Stlner. Mrs. C. B.
Dlehl, Mrs. Harry Eno. Mrs.
Frits Humphrey. Mrs. Elsie Mohr
Sklllman with the alternates.
Mrs. Charles Whltaker. Mrs.
8am Roe, Mrs. J. W. B. Hall,
Mrs. Lola Cotes and Mrs. L. San-
chez.
The working committee chair-
men, who were in charge of the
Eear's activities Included: Bulld-
ig Committee. Mrs. Humberto
Lelgnadler. Decorating Commit-
tee, Mrs. Sidney Passallague and
Mrs. Frederick Haseloff. Mem-
bership. Mrs. Jose Bazan and
Mrs. Robert Bertschy. Hospitality.
Mrs. Manuel Castillo and Mrs.
Albert Motta, Social Welfare,
Mrs. Rafael deBoyrie and Mrs.
Carlos Quiros. cultural, Mrs. O.
E. Jorstad and Mrs. Darlo Gon-
zalez, Education. Mrs. Richard
Carter and Mrs. Antonio Albero-
la. Publicity. Mrs. Raul Herrera
and Mrs. John Oof fey. Finance,
Mrs. Frits Humphrey and Mrs.
Eduardo Castillo, and Historians,
Mrs. Julio Nino and Mrs. Gun-
ther Hlrschfeld.
Seated at the head table with
the officers were a number of
prominent members of the Pan-
ama and Colon Clubs. These in-
cluded: Mrs. Hsrrv D. Schelbla.
of Panama City, the founder of
the organisation. Mrs. Dora Ben-
nett, honorary president of the
Colon Unit and one of the or-
ganizers. Mrs. Eugene C. Lom-
bard the new president of the
Panama Unit and Mrs. H. L. Do-
novan, their new vice-president.
The honored guests and new
officers were orchid corsages, the
gift of the unit. Mrs. Bennett,
who is leaving the Isthmus for
an extended visit In Hawaii was
also presented with a scroll by
Mrs. Hlrschfeld. Mrs. Hlrschfeld
herself received an engraved sil-
ver compact as a gift from her
officers an da scroll from the
club. In appreciation of her work
during the past year. Mrs. Koe-
pke received a beautiful bouquet
of yellow ralla lilies upon taking
her office.
Mrs. Julio Nino and Miss Thel-
ma Godwin served as toastmas-
ters during the luncheon and
made the bl-llngual announce-
ments.
It was announced that a tea
for Mrs. Esther Nelra de Calvo,
the first president of the Panama
Unit would be held today at the
Hotel El Panama. Mrs. Calvo and
Mrs. Cecilia de Arias, the retir-
ing president of the Panama
Unit, were unable to attend the
luncheon at the Hotel Washing-
ton.
Miss Godwin baa Informal Party
Miss Thelma Godwin was hos-
tess for an Informal
at
gathering at
her apartment on Washington
Drive yesterday.
Her out-of-town guests Inclu-
ded Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orefe,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Carpenjer,
Mr. and Mrs J. Paul Sldebo-
tham and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wright.
Miss Englebright
Honored with Shower
Miss Dorothy M. Englebright,
whose wedding to Mr. James E.
Dunn In August, will be a social
event of Interest on tne Gold
Coast, was honored with a mis-
cellaneous gift shower given at
the home of her parents by Mrs.
Henrv DeVoU. Miss Beverly Ann
Llndstrom and Mrs. T. E. Engle-
bright Saturday.
After the gifts were opened,
games were played with the pris-
es being won by Mrs. Walter
Freudlgman and Miss Beverly
Madison.
Refreshments were served from
a pink and white buffet table. A
large cake centered the table en-
circled with pink carnations. Mrs.
B. D. Humphrey served the cake
and Mrs. John Harris of Cocoll,
presided at the punch bowl.
The other guests Included Mrs.
Marian Wagner. Mrs. Jack Su-
therland. Mrs. Harry Cain. Mrs.
Ernest Cotton. Mrs. Samuel Roe.
Mrs. Bruce Sanders. Mrs. Clar-
ence Ho well. Mrs. Durwood
Stringer. Mrs. Robert LaPorta.
Mrs. William Hughes. Mrs. Wal-
ter Freudlgman. Mrs. D. A.
Waddell. Mrs. Victor May. Jr.,
Mrs. W. T. Pennock. Mrs. Hen-
ry Bell. Mrs. Earl Beck,Mrs. Eu-
gene Shipley. Mrs. R. Robertson.
Mrs. Roger Deaklns. Mrs. Will-
iam Casswell. Mrs. Rex Knight.
Mrs. O. B. Owen. Mrs. Charlea
Turner. Mrs. Donald Brayton.
Mrs. Charles Bresh. Mrs Ralph
Stewart, Mrs. James Thompson,
Mrs. Frank Coleman. Mrs. Jack
Hendrick, Mrs. J. W. Benolt.
Mrs. Worden French. Mrs. An-
thony Fernandez. Mrs. Potter
McHan. Mrs. John Fahnesteck
and the Misses Margaret Ho*tll.
Carol Harvey. Jeannette Mata-
ren. Mary and Barbara Sherry.
Joyce Hawthorne, Gertrude Jfios-
tra. Gloria Hall. Patricia Cast-
well. Margaret McKenzie. Bever-
ly Madison, Jean Dough en
Mulllns, Nancv Kaufer. Paula
Dovel, Mildred. Helen and JeSn-
nette Marquard.
Chinese Birthday Party
Princesa Castillo, daughternf
Mr. and Mrs. Luis Eduardo Cas-
tillo, of Colon, celebrated *er
ninth birthdav anniversary fjpi
A gala party In the ballroonuol
(Continued en Page SDXV-
T0 MDUa TOOTH OKAY Iff tttlVKY-
No other tooth paste, smmoniated
or regular, has been proved hotter
thin PANAl
I PAN A TOOTH PASTE
GET SET...
For a Season in the Sun!
(Abo..) Na* ..lar
Canvarltfcte Saeoa
(Sato) Nail Somatar
Station Waf*n
Here it the smartest, safest convertible
ever built. And when rain or cold rosa,
a mere push of a button gives you a snug,
weatbertigbt sedan. The Nash Rambler is the
economy king, tooa record -am sahna
- 31.05 miles to the U.t
gallon in the 1951 MoheL
|U Kcstas Run.
TW AMBASSADOR THE STATESMAN
TM RAMBLER
The World' Most Modom Cr
Here is a real double-duty beauty!
A smart, custom sports sedan and s
real working car readv to haul full-sis*
load. Built of Airtyte Construction,
too. with never a body rattle or squeak.
Come in and drive the Nash
Remedar of vour tbelie
CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
^
Phone 2-1700
(NASH AQENCY)
One block from Tivoli Crossing


rAGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JUNE 25, &1
a The More You Tell.... The Quicker You Sell! ^>
ruSE PANAMA AMERICAN CLASSIFIEDS ^
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Mmimum for
72 words
3? each additional
word. ,
LEWIS SERVICE
N*. 4 Tlvoll Ait.
rb.nc t-ati.
KIOSKO OE LESSEPS
rrour d* Lessees
hmmt
MORRISON'S
No. 4 F.urth ef July At*.
Phone 2-M41
BOTICA CARLTON
11.45 M*l*nde Av.
rh.n. letC*Me,.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Ne. St West 1Mb Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Ne. 47 "V ttflit fl4
No. 11.174 Cenlral Ave.-Colea.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FR SALE:1949 Ford V-8 convert-
ible, over-drive. Con be financed.
SI.290. Hou$e 620-B, Cocoli, 3
to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:1948 yellow Packard
convertible, duty paid, excellent
condition. 1948 Pontiac Sedonette.
Phone 2-1035 or 2-147).
FOR SALE:Must sell in a week.
1949 Plymouth Special Ce Luxe,
like new. $1.400.00 cash. Call
Panoma 2-2064.
FOR SALE: 1951. Nosh Custom
Rambler, overdrive. W-S-W, ra-
dio, all extras, wil' sell, reasonable,
Phone Navy 3584.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:11 Venetian blinde, ap-
ple arpen, far 4 ana 12 family
quarters Mull tall immediately.
eraein. Phone 4-21S.____________
FOR SALE:Frigidoire, 8 cu. ft. oil
porcelain, $80.00, woshincj ma-
chine, Easy spin-drier, very good
condition, $85.00, Zenith, radio-
phonograph, some records, toble
model. $75.00, high chair, like
new, $8.00. barbells, big 12 set,
complete with books, miscellaneous
items, cheap, come see house 1581
C, Balboa, Gaviln Area.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oa y*o have a etrinking arable?
Write Alcehelici Anonym**
pi 2031 Anc.n. C. Z.
FOR SALE:'39 Ford Sedan. New
tires and bottery. 596 Bohio Ploce.
FOR SALE:1939 Chevrolet, 2-door,
good condition. $250.00. See at
Diablo Fire Station.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
FOR SALE
The Panama Conal oilers for sale
under sealed bids, to be opened 10:30
a.m., June 27, 1951, 107 Items of
Grovely Lawn Mower Parts, located
at Cristobal Storehouse. For inforrno-
tion and inspection contact Mr. J. O.
Des Londes, telephone 3-1 256. Bid
forms moy be obtained from the
above source, or from the office of
Superintendent of Storehouse, Balboa,
RESORTS
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoire, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beach cottage's, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Crittobof 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ic* boxes, go
stoves, moderara rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR RENT:Vocation cottoge in El
Volcan, will accommodate 6. ga*
for cooking, fire place. Rent by
week or month or lease. Cristobal
3-2324.
FOR SALE: Household goods. 2
dressers, 8 pc. diningroom set oak.
1 spring and mattress, 2 steel
bedsteads, I rocking chair, 1 oak! telephone 2-2777.
file cobinet, garden set flowers ------- ---------------------r
sette. 3 chairs, one 9 ft. 25 Cyl. Fl
refrigerator 3 years old, will swap
FOR SALE:1949 Pontiac 8, four
door sedan, radio. $1,650. Duty
paid". Tel. Balboa 2984.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible,
tires good, radio, 19.000 mi.
,... $1,300. Or best offer. Must sell.
Can be finonced Easy and CHEAP.
Coll Navy 2315.___________________
.FOR. SALE: 1940 series 70.
OidsmobJle two door, ^ood condi-
:.". tion. $300.00. Mr. White 3-2133
days, 3-1384 after 5. House 8112
. . Bi Margarita.
FOR SALE: Will secrifice 1950.
four ear. Chevrolet Sedon, lib*
' new. Onl- 9.000 milei. termi.
I.rb.. 2-2952.
for 60 cycle. Fair priced.
Bolboa 2-1884 711-A.
Phone
FOR SALEDiningroom set, like new,
Wordrobe. Baby wardrobe crib. Bar-
gain, No. 8, 52nd St., Apart. 1.
FOR SALE:5 piece mahogany bed-
room set, General Electric table
model radio. Pedro Miguel 185-C,
Tel 5766 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. refrigerator,
Venetians, porch furniture, cribs.
Household articles. 0302 Cable
Heights, Ancon.
FOR SALE:Leaving. Good condition
diningroom set, bedroom set, gas
stove, four burners, one baby word-
robe. Good price. Apply 33rd St.
No. 34 (downstairs^.
FOR SALE:14 cu. ft. Frigidaira oil
porcelain commerciol type unit.
Call Balboa 2663.
Notice To Contractors
UNITED STATES _____
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR
OFFICE OF TERRITORIES
WASHINGTON. D.C.
Sealed proposal* will be received, by
th* District Engineer for the Virgin Is-
lands. Department ot the Interior. Poet
Office Box No. 479. St. Thomas, Virgin
Islands, until 2:00 P.M. Atlantic Standaid
Tim* on July 27. 1SS1. for the construc-
tion of the following work at St. John.
Virgin Island, comprising approximately
in* following quantities in th* major
""SOW No. 51-104 Potable Wat*r Faol-
Utie St. John. Virgin Islands.
2.700 Sq. Yds. 3" Concrete Catchment
p.iwmciH. .....
SO Lin. Ft. Masonry Catchment Wall
and Fence. ,
1 Ea. 100.000 Gallon Concrete Reaervoir.
1 Ea. 25,000 Gallon Masonry Reservoir.
SOU Lin. Ft. C. I. Pip* 12." to 8"I.
AJ above lime and place the proposals
will be publicly opened and read aloud.
Bids received after closing time of bid
opening will be returned unopened.
The right is .erved. as the interest
of the Government may require, to re-
ject any and all bids; to walv* any in-
formality In bids received: and to ac-
cept or reject any or all items of any bid.
unless the bidder qualifies such bid by
specific limitation. In the event all bids
are rejected, the Government may there-
fore adopt any of the authorized proce-
dures such as advertisement. negoUa-
tion with rejected bidders and others, or
postponement of the project. The Govern-
ment also reserves the right to award
contracts for the Crui Bay water facility
or the Bordeaux water facility or for
both water facilities whichever i* in the
best Interests of the United States.
Plans and specifications and other pro-
posed contract documents are open for
public Inspection at the Office of th*
D
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. refrigerator,
reconditioned unit. Call 2-1203,
after 6 p.m.
erald cut aquamarine, suitable for
ring. Will take substantial less.
Must Sell. 2-3428 daily 5:00
7.00 p.m.
CATERING: All kinds of parties,
cocktail items, sweets, cakes, spe-
cialties European Style. Pollak.
Tel. 3-2913.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
STRUCTURE FOR SALE
For sale to the highest bidder, Build-
ing 708 (old License Bureau), Bal-
boa. Sealed bids be received in the
office of the Superintendent of Store-
houses ot Balboa until 10:30 a.m.,
July 9, 1951, when they will be
opened in public. Forms of proposal
with full particulars may be secured
in the offices of thi. Superintendent
of Storehouses, Bolboa, and the Hous-
ing Manager at Balbo Heights.
FOR SALE: Swedish modern sola
ond chair, metol ironing board.
Kitchen and nursery linoleum. Chi-
nese lamp. Rattan coffee table.
Potty choir. 1403-A Corr Street,
Bolboa.
LESSONS
Learn poise, grec, talonee, self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, at desk Bol-
boa YMCA or Box i 06 Balboa
Harnett Gr Dunn.
FOR SALE:AKC registered block
cocker puppies 5 weeks old. Quart-
ers 64-A, Albrook. Phone 2123.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S. couple desires modern house
in residential section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
sign lease. Panama 3-1684, 5 to
8pm
FOR RENT
'/ House
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished two
bedroom chalet for 3 months to
responsible persons. Phone 3-1256
Panama.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet in
Bella Vista. Best location, garage,
servants quarters, 3 bathrooms. Tel
2-2260 or 3-19C5.
FOR RENT:Modern three bedroom
Chalet at Golf Heights, completely
equipped for two months, tele-
phone 3-0533 or 3.-2694, Mr.
Abad.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contort office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. 1. Sen An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house eportment, upper floor.
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
1716.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mlfhty handy to
have around the house
and la your car.
We have a larre Assortment
of Kinds and Sisea.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Ape. Tel. 3-0146
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
Pet CUSHIONS SLIP-COVERS and
RK-UPHOLSTKRING call m ar rlsll
oar snewreeai Costean ball! fornl-
rator's Fabrics. Free Estmales NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Here) J.
L- *'_? ?** N#- 'Ant* Row)
N**r Telepbenr S-4623
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Deliver*.
Tel. S-1713
#22 B. 29th St.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at No. 20 Via Espaa.
De Castro, Avenue "B," No. 24.
Phone 2-1616.
Modern piano ploying taught, begin-
ners, advanced students. Informa-
tion Box 3142. Tel. 2-1282.
LOST & FOUND
WANTEDTwelve family apartment
. in Bolboa or Diablo from about
July 1st to about Sept. 1st. young
couple, no children, no pets. Call
2-2938 after 4 p. m.
Help Wanted
FOR RENT. Apartments ot one
.bedroom, jitting-dininoroom, kitch-
en, bath, ot Bella Vista, 44th. St.
East No. 9, De Castro." Avenue "B,"
No. 24. phone 2-1616.
LOST:"Boxer" male called "Cap-
tan." Reward. Tel. 3-2671.
Notice To Contractors
UNITED STATES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
OFFICE OF TERRITORIES
WASHINGTON. D.C.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the District Engineer lor the Virgin Is-
lands, Department of the Interior, Post
OHlce Box No. 47*. St. Thomas. V. I.,
until 2:00 P.M.. Atlantic Standard Time
llslrlct Engineer for the Virgin Islands, on July 24, 1*51. for the construction of
Thomas GMooney. Charlotte Amalle. St. the following hospitals:
Project No. 53-116 Construction of a
4-bed Public Health Facility at St. John.
V.I.
Project No. 53-50112) Construction of
a 12-bed General Hospital at Frederlkst-
ed. St. Crotx. V.l.
Project No. 53-501(11 Construction of
a 60-bed General Hospital at ChrlsUan-
sted. St Crolx. V.L
Project No. 53-101 Construction of a
116-bed General Hospital at Charlotte
Amalle. St. Thomas, V.I.
At the above time and place the pro-
posals will be publicly opened and read
aloud. Bids received after closing time
of bid opening will be returned unpoen-
ed..
Th* right is reserved, aa th* Interest
of the Government may require, to re-
ject any and all bids to-waive any In-
formality in bids received: and to ac-
cept or reject any or all items of any
bid. unlev. th* bidder qualifies sucli bid
by specific limitation. In the event all
bids are rejected, the Government may
therefore adopt any of the authorized
procedures such as readvertisement. ne-
gotiation with rejected bidders and
others, or postponement of the project.
Th* Government also reserves the right
to award contracts for the various items
on the basis of the basic bid or by the
adoption of any or all the "Deductible
Alternates." whichever Is In the best In-
terests of the United Slate.;
Plans and spedf IcaUotis and other pro-
posed contract documents are open for
Enbllc inspection et the Office of the
istrlct Engineer for the Virgin Island.
Thomas G. Mooney. Charlotte Amalle.
St. Thomas, U.S. virgin Island: M. A.
Dver Company. 24 School Street. Boa-
ton. Masacausetts: Lester M. Marx. Spe-
cial Aaalatant to the Director. Room 2713
Interior Building, Washington 25. D.C:
U.S. Department of Commerce No. 2.
Puerto Rlcan Reconstruction Adminis-
tration Ground. Building N. San Juan,
Puerto Rico; AGC Office. 1113 Congress
Building, Miami 32. Florida: Builders'
Exchange, 4G NE th Street. Miami. Flo-
rida; and F W. Dodge Cortwration. 119
West 40th Street. New York City. NY
A set of such documenta may be pro-
cured from any of the first three above-
listed office* upon deposit of tSO.OO. by
certified check payable to th* United
Slates of America, all of which will be
returned to bonafide bidders upon the
return of plans and specifications In good
condition within seven days of date of
bid opening.
Eahc proposal must be accompanied by
a bid security In an amount not l*s
than 5 per cent of the total -bid.
Thomas. Virgin Islands; R. L. Kenan and
Associates, Consulting Engineers, Bell
Building. Montgomery. Alabama; U. S.
Department of Commerce No. 2. Puerto
Bican Reconstruction Administration
Ground, Building N. San Juan. Puerto
Rico Lester M. Marx. Sp*cial Assistant
to the Director. Room 2713, Interior
Building. Washington 25. D.C: AGC Of-
fice, 1113 Congress Building, Miami 32,
Florida, Builders' Exchange. 46 North-
cast 6th Street. Miami. Florida; and F.
V.' Dodge Corporation. 119 W. 40th
Street. New York City. N.Y.
A eel of such documents may be pro-
cured from the first two of the above-
listed offices upon deposit of (20.00 by
certified check payable to the United
States of America, all of which will be
refunded to bonafled bidders upon the re-
turn of plans and specifications In good
condition, within seven days from date
of tiid opening.
To pa:"tics who procure plans and spe-
cifications upon payment of (28.00 and
ho do not submit a bid. 115 00 will be
refunded pro\lded sam* are returned
wlinln seven days from date of bid open-
*." No refund aill be made for return
ajilar this time.
Set) proposal most be accompanied bv
bid security In an amount of not lesa
than 5 per cent of the total bid.
The successful bidder will he reouir-
ad to furnish a performance bond In an
amount equal to 100 per cent of the con-
flict price, and a payment bond In an
' amount equcl to 100 per cent of the con-
tract price, such bonds to cover full per-
Xotnjanc* of th* contract and payment
"Sea-labor and materials.
mU proposal may be withdrawn after
j*he. scheduled closing time for receipt
f bids for at least 30 days.
a LESTER M. MABX
deja. Contracting Officer
Office of Territorio.
WANTED:Good cook for American
couple. Must not sleep In. 49, 50th
East Street downstoirs.
?
I
REFRIGERATORS
FOR 75 ct.
gplte of the present short-
:es and the rising prices, we
are still offerinc
ADMIRAL
T*reiriRerators for as low as
75ct. DAY*
ind you take home vour box
tlfcht away!
It. will not hurt vou to drop la
d inaulre. .
MUEBLERA
r CASA SPARTON
Centra) 223
Jnext to Encanto Theatre.
Also available in Club Plan.
Ambassador O'Dwyer
Did Nol Use Mxico
Post To Aid Brother
BY DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, June 25When
a man in public lite gets one vol-
ley of brickbats, a lot of people
take pleasure in throwing more
whether deserved or not. And
ex-Mayor William O'Dwyer, who
recently got his share from the
Kefauver Crime Committee, has
been accused by some California
labor leaders of helping out his
brother in connection with Mexi-
can labor in Southern California.
What the American labor men
charge Is that Ambassador O'-
Dwyer suppressed a note from the
Mexican government asking for
the transfer of Mexican farm
workers who were considered
strikebreakers in the Imperial
Valley.
Frank ODwyer, brother of the
ambassador, is an official of the
Imperial Valley Farmers Associa-
tion against which 5,000 Ameri-
can farm workers have recently
been on strike. Under a treaty
with Mexico, any imported Mex-
ican workers are to be removed
from the United States or trans-
ferred to other ranches if they
become strikebreakers.
In view of the Imperial Valley
strike, therefore, the Mexican
government notified the Ameri-
can Embassy in Mexico City that
its workers in that area should be
moved.
Here is where Ambassador O'-
Dwyer was criticized. Allegedly to
protect his brother, it was claim-
ed he held up the Mexican note,
failed to report it to the 8tatc
Department.
Careful Investigation, however,
reveals that Just the opposite was
true. In actual fact. Ambassador
ODwyer relayed the Mexican
525?.* Washington by telephone
within 24 hours.
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next to the Centrol Theatre. Mrs.
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apartment suitable for English
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LEICA CAMERAS
Model HIP Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipment*
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plasa d.~ Mayo
Panam. R. P.
just arrived
a Laica lightmeter
Laica tripod
a Hector lenses
a Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adjotalni International Betel)
r Camera atara
(Lobby Hotel "El Panam")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
10 Tivoll Ave. Apt I
Orne*: Tel. -J37 Hoe: 3-t?
HOURS: Mandaj thru Friday
t la 12 am
Mudar. Wednesday. TaurUay
te S a.m.
Saturday am. t* I pa.
Fort Sherman To Be
Reactivated By Army
Port Sherman, en the Atlan-
tic Coast, la being; prepared for
reactivation in the future.
Work will shortly start on
the rehabilitation of all quar-
ters and barracks there.
Fort Sherman was deactiva-
ted Jan. 15. 1950.
REDS NIBBLE
AT PEACE
(Continued from Pate 1))
the USSR could top the war
whenever It wants.
He said the United States has
recognized that the USSR is
pulling the strings."
Lights In the UN headquarters
of Qen. .Matthew B. Ridgway in
Tokyo burned into the early hours
today as UN military leaders
cautiously examined Malik's pro-
posal.
There was no official comment.
The closest any responsible of-
ficer came to commenting was
Van Fleet, He said only, "I'll be
damned."
There was, however/much spe-
culation on the intentions of the
Soviets. Most of It was extremely
cautiousmuch openly pessimis-
tic. -
Here re the most typical re-
actions:
1) It Is a Soviet propaganda
trick, designed to Juggle the rec-
ord and make it appear the UN
forces don't want peace after all.
2' It may be a trapa stall for
time to save, the hardpressed
Communist forces who recently
have suffered two major defeats.
The average man In uniform
agreed Malik's proposal was
'good if true" But none was
counting on getting home soon,
and few permitted themselves the
luxury of wishful thinking.
US, Canadian PaDers
Give Newsprint Aid
WASHINGTON. June 35 (UP)
United States and Canadian
newspaper publishers have a-
greed to give up 9.550 tons of
newsprint they have on Order to
help publishers in Greece. India,
Malaya, Pakistan, the Philippines
and Yugoslavia.
BALBOA
PENING SATURDAY*
Sub i.e. to available appropriation. ^oi^l^?^** ''" ?*
.*ards will be mad* on on*, any. or all "' lucn With the Labor Depart-
buiidines. with nr without the deductible ment which has sent two lnvestl-
iimt"* "Picl"*d in the ccn,nei dn-1 iators to the Imperial Valley to
The successful bidders will be reqnlr- "]**' an OlJ-the-spOt Check. The
ed to furnish performance bonds In an I Mexican consul Is now Sittine in
amount equal to 100 per cent of their on hearings at Calexlrn and A
bids and payment bonds In an amount ,._ ._"? fit T, " A
equal to loo per cent of their bids: such '""'can union officials have been
asked to show what areas are not
struck so that the Mexican work-
ers can be moved to non-strlklne
ranches. *
..? flef. Ambasssdor O'Dwyer
tfid not help out hli rancher bro-
ther.
bonds to cover full performance of the
contracts and payments for labor and
material*.
No proposal may be withdrawn aftr
the scheduled closing time for receipt of
bids for at least 45 davs.
LESTER M. MARX
Contractlnr Officer
Offic* of Territorial.
Line Of Witnesses
Brand Archbishop
In Hungary 'Trial'
BUDAPEST, June 35 (UP)
The State wound up its case a-
gainst Archbishop Josef Groesz
and his eight co-defendants to-
day when 24 witnesses all but
one under arrest themselves
admitted their own guilt In tes-
tifying against the accused.
Several witnesses admitted be-
ing members of a "Russian-
hunting gang" organized by a
prior witness who earlier plead-
ed guilty to taking part in the
murders of about 81 Russian sol-
diers.
Two former clerks of the na-
tional bank admitted turning
over financial and other data to
Dr. Alajos Pongracz. Hungarian
employe of the United States In-
formation Service In BudaDest,
for relay to the United States
Legation.
The only prosecution witness
not under arrest was an old
peasant who told how his 13-
year-old son was killed while
swimming in a pool on the Cis-
tercian estate which co-defend-
ant Oyula Hagyokovach manag-
ed.
Hagvokovach admitted order-
ing pitchforks placed In the pond
to keep children from swimming
there. The peasant said his son
was pierced by a pitchfork and
died soon afterward*. ____
First Flight At U
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) Mrs.
L. L. 8teward, 80, of Phoenix,
Ariz., took her first airplane
flight when she flew here for the
birthday of her brother, 90-year-
old Percy B. Russell.
SSrw
/v*
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WE GUARANTEE
BEST QUALITY
at
Lowest prices. You
find everything you
need for your build
ing or repair job.
tS North Ave. Tel. 2-MM
No. 3 Martin Soaa Street
Tel. 3-1424.

STARTING
THURSDAY
IT'S THE
LAUGH SURPRISE
OF THE YEAR,..
When the MOTHER Of THE GROOM
Goes on the Honeymoon!

4ATINO
Season
GENETIERNEY
-JOHN LUND
MIRIAM'HOPKINS
THELMA RITTER
JAN STERLING
MITCHE.LLEISEN
PRODUCTION
Atlantic Society...
(Continued From Pare FIVE)
the Hotel Washington Sunday
afternoon. Over a hundred chil-
dren and their parents attended.
A Chinese theme was used and
the honoree received her guests
wearing an aqua and gold Chin-
ese costume with white satin
slippers. A piata in the shape
of a pagoda, was broken by the
children,, showering them with
candies and favors. Chinese lan-
terns filled with candles marked
the places.
The birthday table was center-
ed with a large cake topped with
a miniature Chinese arden with
doll figures.
A Mandarin doll was given as a
prize to the lucky child who drew
the right number.
Assisting the hostess were the
aunts of Princesa, Mrs. Agustn
cedefto. the wife of the Governor
of Colon Province and Mrs. Mi-
guel Angel Ordonez, wife of tne
mlnlster'of Government and Ju e*
tice from Panama City.
Rebeksh Lodge Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of Cristobal Rebekah Lodge No.
2. will be held at the Cristobal
Masonic Temple tomorrow. Mrs.
Emma Estes. Noble grand will
preside.
A dinner will be served at 6:30
p.m. preceding the meeting, by
Mrs. Harold Chambers, to honor
the officers of 1950.
[Panama Canal Clubhouses
^mm>?' Showing Tonight eg (FOR A PLEASANT EVENING OUT... GO TO THE MOVIES!)
BALBOA
lr-:*Ddlitune*
<:IS_ *.:t*
Danny KAYE a) Gtne TIERNXY
"ON THE RIVIERA"
Tunear "HELLTIRE"______
DIABLO HTS.
<: A lit*
MOLLY
npackid lnua
Tuesday "SAVAGt
It's (unpacked lauahtrr treat I
IE HORDE"
COCOLI
:15 l:2S
"FEDERAL AGENT AT LARGE"
and
'PRISONERS IN PETTICOATS"
Tuesday "Cinderella"
GAMBOA
1:H
"SOUTH OF RIO"
and ZORROS FIGHTING LEGION"
Wednesday "Copper Canyon"
MARGARITA
ItS l:J*
"TARNISHED"
and "TRIAL WITHOUT JURY"
Taeaday "SHAKEDOWN"
CRISTOBAL
4lr-<-iiadHt.n*e
CIS 1:11
Ginger ROGERS a Ronald REAGAN
"STORM WARNING"
Tuesday "The Man Wh* Cheated Himself"
THURSDAY f E NIT O A I THURSDAY
RELEASE! V" IXrV^ RELEASE!

SelU a hex, 'SeC
Bette Davis
Barry Sullivan
'pay menf on ])eman&
srlrt JANE nft-Kln7T*n0.iErTTlYr.niMICar
8C I I A W I C T A 3:M *'*s *:M A Diary Of Love
ELLA V I 3 I A_________9M .._________Under Fire!
Tyrone POWER -- Micheline PRELLE, In
'rJ'lFrWIcll|:l:,:,l!F.H
/N THE PHILIPPINES teiiaiaMg
LUX
Th*
biggest
show ever
brought
to the
aereen I
See Astalre
dancing
on the
celling!
ASIAllii:
I'OWII.L
'/if//*//*///
Color
By TECH
CENTRAL
WALT DISNEY'S
masterpiece in real
persons
TREASURE
ISLAND"
Action and Adventures!
IN TECHNICOLOR!
TkOPl.CAJ.
The w**t's most daring train robbery I...
Stephw McNALLY Alexis 8MITH, In
"WYOMING MA^L"
______IN TECHNICOLOR I
CECILIA THEATRE
DOUBLE PROGRAM I
Ronald Colman Marlene Dietrich. In
"KISMET" (In Technicolor)
Also: John Wayne Robert Montgomery. lr
a: John Wayne KoBert Montgomery.
THEV WERE EXPENDABLE'
ENCANTO THEATRE
____Am-CONDITIONED ___
A Great Action Double Program I
MacDONALD* CAREY
Marta Tore, in
"MYSTERY SUBMARINE"
ALEXIS SMITH
Scott Brady, in
"UNDERCOVER GIRL"'
cm
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
TRIPLE" PROGRAM I
"THE CURSE OF THE
UBANGI"
- Also: -
"INDIA SPEAKS"
And The All Colored Star
Musical Short I
"A WOMAN'S A FOOL TO
CALL A MAN HER OWN"
TIVOU THEATRE
"Spanish Double Programl
Tin-Tan. In
-AI AMOR .COMO ME
HAS PUESTO"
Lula Aguilar. In
"El Seor Gobernador^
VICTORIA THEATRE
Johnny Welssmuller. In
"Tarzan and the Mermaid'
- Also; -
Faith Doroergu*. as
VENDETTA"


MONDAY. JUNK 25, 1951

THE PANAMA AMM1CAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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LOCAL ay MAIl
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FOR. ONE YEAR. IN AOVANCE__________________________, IB.90 14 OO
Walter Winchell
i
In New York
Labor Mews
Add
(eminent
By Victor Riesel
ROADWAY BALLAD
NEW YORK. The nation's
striking seamen are ready to
disrupt the lucrative tourist
trade, secure In the belief that
, their strategy which is to sit
I light while local and foreign
I travel offices put pressure on
the "Big Six" companies will
eventually get them their de-
mands.
The seamen's chief weapon in
the stoppage is the fact that
they will not lose a single day's
pay, even if the strike con-
tinues throughout the tourist
saeson. Freighters, colliers and
tankers have been underman-
ned and the National Maritime
Union is able to place all its
members on non-tourist ves-
sels. Thus the strikers are in j
the powerful position of hav- \
ing fobs while negotiating for I
raises, shorter hours arid other
benefits.
A first-hand report on the si-
tuation was heard here last
MMi.hA.il p..1.1. Monday by Cyrus S. Chlng, na-
___________ Mitchell Parish Uona, alrector of the Federal
! Mediation and Conciliation Ser-
,*"? ,^Ht .!?..* Crawford on the phone in tears |j** wh "J" tte i*JiS
1 thought I heard you opening the door;
for one swift moment I vuui,i see you there
And in my trembling heart I knew once more
... iCC'Hr. when your footstep on the stair
W.ts .:.p-e a liitiedictloii. a reprieve
..r*nm.i01e,i.n.es: when in vour shining eyes
Was all the truth I wanted to believe.
And all the joy I wished of paradise.
It seemed r heard your voice a while ago.
Familiar as a well-remembered strain'
or nim.r: but it might have been the slow
.And sleepy wind against the window-pane...
No, we have nothing left when dreams depart,
Except the wishful thinking of the heart.
deadlock continues, with Com-
missioners Harry Winning and
Thomas Dougherty, of his bu-
reau, booked to meet with ship-
ping comoany representatives at
Liberal Parly for hlm-so it can be nick-named "Cltv Hallev"
m,'hB!l!f''i *?. i00" over Mary Martin's starrine role In
So"th Pacific." with her French poodle In The Stork foyer. Its
hrmfihi"?dhnBrTh "RBMtton (house seats to the hits, has
brought the Runyon Fund almost $250.000$100.000 of lhat sum
from "So. Pac. ...Peggy Hopkins Joyce iwho does a colm for an'11 am Tuesday. Emissaries of
outta-town syndicate, flashing her press card at Armandos ;40 companies met lost Monday ln
Prince Heinrich of Bavaria, whose 57th St. newsdealer calls him ; tne offices of the American
"ink. Merchant Marine Institute, 11
r-------------- Broadway. <
Chlng was brought up to date
Sallies in Our Alley: Mike Todd. who squandered millions on the dispute by Clyde M. Mills.
assistant director of the Federal
umpiring agency.
Meanwhile, seamen thought
pressure on the companies would
also come from foreign coun-
tries In the tourist tradesuch
l.nH--------- iT. ..-------1 . mu aqiiaiiiirrril millions
ri.i. u ? s Broadw> empire for Love), ankled into Nicky's
Blair House for supper .."Gee." said a gal. "he looks so than!"
e. i.e ""e-v-0-' explained her escort.. Overheard at the
i opa: Toots and I are good friends. We just don't talk."
PAGESftYEN
<*** WASHINGTON
MERRY-GOROUND
y DKEW PsAtiOM
^
Drtw Ptarion sayi: Wars' ire mounts at Jacqueline Co-
chran; Miss Cochran's report demands "nrnnrr.i,i
_ report demands "proportioned
profiles; Calls Wofs "tattered" and "bedraagled."T
r.aXfac'tur s* neeBh3e6 Mi^Pt^T f/ ^oliZeWmg
inTA ii, ai ?, e J6' MlM Cochran should not hav h. h^'
into the Air Force even for consultation.
HRItffiffiiiu


..Jl'n'os ,f MWnlghter: Gen. MacArthur will be at The Rose as England, with Its Festival of
tin. *if .1 "."' deliYPr an oration there about that Britain: France, now throwing a
wih.* ...i-ii theLncoln Burrows. Mother is Mary Jane big party In honor of Paris'
lbnhin P.rii '""'y star Geraldine Brooks' big heart 2000th birthday: Italy, and the
hi hoofer l kL\y,OUn5 d""or named Mel Martin. Doris Rubv. Scandinavian nations

One Tush
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.The late John SorrelLs was the
Moreover, ship owners fear an greatest man I ever knew, in most respects, and
&SSPJZL3PST HP W,!"?Ut a ceBt just be,or he "'* ines
MarvT U K8.(,e Mr- universe *' In) and model Th.
lar?-.?m... uh-,,uh,ne-vi A model (initial,! J. H.> is begging Cooper
miiiRrt S n .!. "'ne peop." shes *n undercover FBI agent.AlV te Jv%or7av
AStSSSZ^ XLVSf^V, ,fW jb "^SS^'J?* not violating the
>t.,e. chum, gjtfE* gf jPfcgBst*- ^ SfS%^jTS
munitions and other essentials.
here^S^^ S^ "^^ 5 ZJST^
ciallsi-has never had profess onal pe Unce HeV wenT reoo^t'the tourtat trade mlRht be CrlP"
ed: "Broadwav just doesn't Z ^nKf^^^'VhiS^-ipled for the entire season. ..
break thousands of tourists to the air- do a piece about him. The excuse is only that
"nes. I am leaving for Africa shortly to fulfill an as-
The NMU attorney. Herman. signment he gave me Just before he died of a
Cooper, who devised the stra-1 heart attack In 1948.
said the unions I am going to Kenya and Tanganyika to fetch
home a tush for Johnny. John was as big a kid
as I, even though he was executive editor of
the Scrlpps-Howard newspapers for a long time,
and a rough customer when he had to be, as
well as a mush-hearted sentimentalist and a
fellow with such a marvelous feel for people
that you suspected him of built-in radar.
Broadway just doesn't seem
Would we listen to her?,
upstairs
Monica",
lias muscles,
one day.
anxious for
What an audience: J. Edgar Hoover Fave Emerson (and skitphY trom fre{an railroads and
S..Bllilngsley, Del Webb "he Yankees' co-land"rd, J dPm"So e'-'' uhic'1 u"',.b< te tth
and Walter...She had 'em from her opening wallop Did we heaps t reservations but no
scare you?" she was asked... "oh, no," "she ~ giggled." "I've met all
of you in the papers ever since I was this high.'
Broadway-Bang-Bang: 'The Pulitzer Awards, as almost everv-
travelers to pay for them. It
will come from Italy, which
has been looking forward to a
meeting of international labor
chiefs in Milan. David Dubin-
sku was scheduled to sail but
left by plane instead.
Seamen on the East Coast feel
they have poorer working con-
ditions than their Red-tinted
i brot hers on the West Coast. They
! feel they are working In float-
ing hotels when they ship aboard
luxury liners and want to be
paid nearer the scale of New
York- hotel employes.
A strategy meeting of the NMU
discussed the "foreign pressure"
c___. .. . .,----------------- langle at length. NMU officials
th. .US . Ni*nt: ln The Viennese Room: "Gimme back!still refused to call the action a
a 11^,? : wannajemember vou iust the way vou were!" "strike" or even a "stoppage."
iAtan- -wL ho., f.Puli. man.'" her luma"ce"...At the Vir-iThey said 800 ships that were to
S.partv'"' . LL1?nd.?J0Ut 0l town' so ne's sorl oi a" under-!have sailed from Galveston,
1 hm.r'fAr l.fnM n.?: .".f16s.nti radto executive. He's one of those Houston, New Orleans, Port Ar-
3-hours-for-lunch guys! ...At the Riviera: "Lovin' Is llvlnV thur and other Gulf and East
rS.i. ,.[he committee member who had a big pull
;rs,,n Nathan In the N. Y. Journal-American".. Some folks
ad 'Sourgr.pes" when we hmf'd about the same thing a f e
columns aso.
John said one time, in the weekly luncheon
devoted to fatherly advice on such burning
questions as whether you could take a drink of
.vhisky before breakfast without a written ex-
cuse from teacher, that all his life he wanted
to go to Africa and shoot him a lion and an
elephant and see the sights.
"I don't expect I will ever get the time." he
said, "but I will pass the obligation onto you.
You got to go to Africa and bring me home a
tush for my mantelpiece."
Mr. Sorrells was referring to the tusk of an
elephant, which as an alumnus of Arkansas he
felt obliged to pronounce "tush." This Is a trip
to get a tush for John.
I never wrote an obit on Johnny when he
dropped off a chair one night, because I didn't
trust myself not to become maudlin over a guy
I loved better than my own father. Sorrells
was a hard man to put together ln a piece.
He had a tough, ribald, noker-playlng brain,
and the lnsldes of an artist. He was the man
who could make the budget trip and ruthlessly
lop off extras while spending five hours with a
cub reporter to tell him the facts of life. He
could cuss like a stevedore and he liked to paint
delicate water colors.
He sternly forbade me to do any work outside
the column and then confessed he learned to
write for newspapers by selling popular short
stories. He was a former fullback and looked
like one ln miniature. When the mood struck
him he was meaner than a snake and would
take both sides of an argument Just for fun.
He was the only man I ever knew who could be
jovially surly, or cruelly gentle.
He once sent me a formal, letterhead assign-
ment demanding to.know if there was actually
a Mr. Adler wha made the Adler-elevator shoes,
and, If so. in case there was a Mrs. Adler, was
she taller than he was? He once gave me a
10-minute lecture on the evils of drink and
sinHH saw %$& Sfzna
wmmmm
higher Cochran's OP"* of Waf officer candidates w no
ml. o^v, MO*E "BODIL* PROFILE"
ih ,,rlran suKested that Wafs should be at leant 1
"Whfteve?' ntff.i^. lmPOJtant- he stressed "bodily profile."
v eight honMi h..S2ce l8 a.1LowS(l over or below the standard
of'wieht and tul^.iP0,n tne,one structure, the distribution
oi weigm ana tne muscle tone of the applicant" she laid TtMm
Wac"hhhnin *", lnSUted 30metnlnf mu8t o done about
are 'fVced ff-JE* ta the *"">* non-uniform "ctSl^iSK
S 1\SS& fe T^Ah.eL.befLampng the. wom',
iu-iuuiuie lecture on tne evils or drink and services" she n).H.H t. T.7u >. .1 among me woman s
then pulled a flat Pint out of his desk drawer "J But "lPXd\nwi *,,tlle ^^ "*< them-the
snd tossed off a neat snort. i ms rnhr.i f.2- 2 .u.ly' li?ey aie not * "ow"
"I disapprove of drinking before lunch." he ua^t^tn^n^^ml^ut.^o,0^ recrults a Ph^!
oidt back" m K t0 1UnCh" Then he PUt * pint back.
He had a face of an early Christian martyr the Air Force v
and the shoulders of a young stud bull. He th\t are a^.m^?*^!0^! ?*n matrlBlly..the. mUfiu
strutted when he walked like a bantamweight
boxer, and wore a hat that seemed to have been
predlgested. His choice of words was both Im-
peccable and pointedly vulgar, and he could cry
Into a typewriter like an evangelist shouting
come-to-Jesus he, wished.
And he was the kindest man I ever knew for
too short a time.
I hope he likes his tush. I am a touch late
on the assignment, but a tush he asked for and
a tush he gets. Nairobi is a far cry from
wherever he is, but he sent me to Casablanca
once, on a hunch, and Sorrells was ever gener-
ous with his reporters' legs.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
WHAT IS X?
WASHINGTON. With Intense reluctance but
an unquestioning obedience to higher authority
instilled many years ago, this reporter recently
"The. Prince Was a Thief" film Tommy Lvman at Vm Tell i v V QlsPuw last, complied with a headmasters request, to speak
House...To* Martin (a| the Riviera^"rendering" * Get Ideas" L^^nnlrn^^'^^9" at tne raduatlon exercises of a boys' school he
.....And Those Girls! noennt. uet ideas are concerned the operators are once lnKloriou,lv attended. The topic was the
answer which might be marked "correct" on a
school examination paper.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Gen. Albert Wede-
tneyer, and others often seem to be proposing
something rather close to this answer. And" it
may Indeed be that future historians, if there
are any, will write of this era that the United
States accepted the clear probability of its own
destruction by failing to force a war before the
Soviets copld build a decisive stockpile of ato-
mic bombs.
Yet for all sorts of reasons, this particular X
has been rejected. The reasons are good rea-
son "used much couottou j^JkKriT ihoT'demacnT's3s> | i"?n"ttP"J!tnu'iJ}fln^lip!'*,i0h i wrlT situation. d'tAry'jo reducVtf to Its plications6! "nltlaUng6 "war whlchwould 'see
in a position to see that it
doesn't last long by coming in
The Late fetch: After 20 years, the Allan Ullmans (of Ran- !ulth an Joffer' fROt'ftlons can
dom House, are unmarrylng via Las Vegas 0v TaHulah to do ,be 0p^ned up..a5aln- We.2r5 W.u"
her lrc:tation oi Rudy HaUey. Very comical. She cioein" have to ilng to "WMate provided he
ynuerr.o any operation...One of the Duke of Windsor's best oals 'fPfgators put something on the of
k crazce-Jike-mad for Eihel M-arman. She gets the Giggles tabl! M ,., .. P
Keia-..ver s oofly rough on Vircjnia Hill ln his book.. Van John- "J said ''" in 5urs I In
exceedinglv general one of "The World Situa-
tion."
It appeared likely that boys between the ages
of twelve and seventeen might soon begin to
throw spit balls or worse, if subjected to the sort
rather detailed political report which usually
appears in this space. It therefore seemed wise.
simple self-defense, to think again about the
...AM that talk about Anne Jeffreys is hokum Her real bay-bee-, nlv Korean war goods and problem of national survival in terms of a prob- Another X though It can hardly
bay-oee-bayoee is Andv Parenchio. the wine merchant and Mr ,other essentials moved last week.|iem ln a school examination paper. This can an "answer" was offlclaUv acceoti
Big or Tne Greek Theatre on the Coast...That picture of Joan The usually bustling port of New be done quite concisely. The problem has four American government shortly after tl
If the above is accepted." she argued, It
Mr Force will be able to cut down materially the' mlaflt
th.t are now getting Into the program at the recruiting leref."
,. ISOLATED WOMEN
nafs^iSrso^e3 AstT^ ^ "* mM nurabw '
Greenland ^^Te^^^S^A "SiLS^A as
ifhhW.n.g t0 se.'?d cne Waf ,0 a t-tlcTn like Doiglas Artton?
?,,HChhJUSt recen'Jy occurred. There were no facilities aSble'
dsthreXn*ndlnL0fi.?L:r was very mu=h disturbed"
Stressing again that "bone structure, bodily profile nerm>oi
grooming and general deportment" should be Ukeninro account
in order to get a smart-looking group," Miss CoXan wm.nrt 1
her report with the significant comment that "-J1 o? the Mr
fe^i.^S Wh1m 5 have insulted ln the field approve
i?Z.ndati01I1S' he,Te, n contened, as mnimums." *
enough for Wafs, instead of 1 inches. But he agreed th?t tha
Wafs should be more attractive, should also be more feminine
.redaaf',;nonLySsUCh **"'* JbS aS mechanlcs, trudrivm "and
vf?tLJ5S!.0I*M M1s Cochran left Lackland Field, she had the
V, ais reporting for KP duty in neckties and skirts and added
a four-week course ln grooming to their basic training
SMALL-Bl'SINESS FILIBUSTER
fto?e%1f^heHJopSrds^
aga&waTw^h^rrnan^ ^ La FUette'" "-^nousIS
th 12,^0.UnBE8enatorDLonB has a """uster which wUl win. him
the support of many Senators. He plans to "talk at length"
against the McCarran-Johnson "basing-point" bill which would
overrule the Supreme Court and restore the "Mttsburgh plus"
cuSL -system.
.a'{1if.U sytem whereby certain Industries, such as cement
and steel charge the same price no matter where their factorle*
ar located and no matter wnat the cost of transporTation '
When the Supreme Court ruled this out, McCarran of Nevada
r.nd Johnson of Colorado introduced legislation to overrule the
"u.rt-,n the other hand, the Senate champions of small bu?
Tu^7Keau.ve o Tennessee. Sparkman of Alabama. Douglas of
RusseU "nV P y f ^nnesota-wlll vigorously support
_________(Copyright. I51. By The Bell Syndicate, lac.)
Dlener in Shubert Alley even ha.s Dagmar staring.
ACID INDIGESTION?
Here are the facts on
Eno relief for acid indigestion
Yorkr was Idle except for tank- main elements,
ers and freighters carrying mll-j l The first element Is a powerful nation,
ltary cargo. Almost 700 ships in: controlling much of the population and land
all ports were estimated to be!area of the earth, aggressive and expansionist
affected bv the walkout.'
! (Copyright 19SI, Post-Hull
Syndicate, Inc.)
Pale Weak
Nervous Women
by Its verv nature, unalterably and intensely
hostile to the United States.
2) This potential enemy will quite soon by
1953. if the accepted estimates of Soviet atomic
production are correct have the weapons
needed to wound this country most savagely,
perhaps almost mortally.
3) The United States has, and will continue
.' to have, the capacity to destroy most of the ln-
elements tend to restore your nor- Jgyjg -Sue 2%S%? jtf sSSi Sutatl^o7^e'8o?ie*t ^^SW war'
aas as a mild laxative. Thus Eno would to io your drusjiit snd say. "j whole Eurasian continent will be overrun by the
fights acid indigestion in two ways:. *" .' Xot "ItJ'^'n^^. 2?^'8ov,eU and their satellites, the ancient civiliza- with very great strength, not only in this coun-
t helps neutralize excess stomach on that n .towiy but mriv dragan.: t'ons from which our own civilization derives trv but also ln Western Europe, by 1952-'53.
acids ami fiirniihA. n.!lrf I...K.. you down, reirlian Is more than a tonic. Will be most ruthlessly UpfOOted. and the war
aeds. and furnishes mild laxstion. g , rsstoraiiy., nerv, food, blood and; will thus become at least ln a sense a war which
____ iissue builder all in one and that U why ,..nnnt k ..ori
r, ....... uch extraordinary resulu are achieved C"111101 e won.
Uon t wait until acid indigestion I In cases of Anaemia ur Blood
Acid indigestin of a temporary
nature frequently occurs when the
acid-alkaline content in your gas-
tric tract (chemically known as
your normal pH) is out of balance.
Each teaspoonful of Eno con-
tains approximately four grains of
free Sodium Bicarbonate, and fur-
nishes, in solution, approximately hits. Get a bottle of Eno today for I *vVTr,ubT,les',n",!l' Br"" ***"***! Surely ,l should b* TOSSlblc to examine A, B.
fry grains of complex Sodium Tar- quick relief. Used by millions. Ask
trates. These two very important for it at all druggists.
be called '
accepted by the
. ifter the Soviets
exploded their first atomic bomb. This X was
embodied in the now famous state paper, N8C
88. Essentially. NSC 68 calls for such a rapid
build-up of strength by this country and its
allies that a sort of nervous balance of power
can be maintained, even when the 8ovlets have
achieved a decisive stockpile of bombs.
Then. It is hoped, not peace, but a terribly
precarious yet lasting truce may result, follow-
ed in the very long run by an essential change
In the character of the Soviet system. This in-
volves a hair-raising calculated risk, and It Is
certainly not a very satisfactory "answer" to the
awful problem confronting the United States.
Yet any school-bov can see what is involved
in this answer. If the calculated risk is to have
any chance at all of paying off. it is absolutely
essential that the 8ovlets should be confronted
ij*aki*L.iii.uUajiJi
Happy Harvey!
For ov.ntr.fn ot .ny kind you muat!c- an pay with nervous or other troubles un-1 mathematics, and come up with an answer, X.
Take Good-Tasting ENO
lese you take a powerful bracinf tonic But What is X'
ike rernzan which so feeds the nerves. rw i. ____
ni iches the blood, improves the diges-
tion and strengthens the body's resist-
ance that you can ihrow off and wlth-
tand any extra calls upon your strength
Ot a package of Ferrizan today from
.my good drug store
One X Is surrender and that Is of course
ruled out. Another X Is embodied in the old
rule, "kill or be killed:" destroy your potential
enemy before he has what is required to destroy
you. Theyf is a certain awful logic ln this
response^ln some ways. It seemc the kind of (Copyright. 19jI, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
And already, especially since the tactical vic-
tories ln Korea, there are renewed signs of the
complacency which led President Truman and a . _,
Louis Johnson, before the Korean war began, to A 1*b T0B """"* M we c"n ""
scuttle NSC 88 almost as soon as they had so-
lemnly approved It.
Surely, since the very best the graduating
clarses of this and other years can look for-
ward to is a frightened world existing ln an In-
tensely Insecure armed truce. It Is worth making
serious and Indeed painful effort to build the
strength wholly necessary to achieve even this.
Relax Harvey, al) Is well.
Oar Want Ad yea answered to a
iff n
Soon you'll be president, wait n
sec!
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Sterling
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Se estudia plan pora incrementar las Rentas Nacionales
Un plan general para incrementar las fuentes
rentsticas de la Repblica est siendo preparado
por el seor Contralor General de la Repblica,
segn informacin suministrada por el mismo Con-
tralor don Henrique de Obarrio a un redactor de
este diario. Dicho plan comprende el estudio so-
bre varios renglones de las rentas fiscales y la
revisin de las leyes sobre los impuestos de la Ren-
ta, del catastro y los gravmenes sobre mortuoria.
Estos ltimos estn contemplados en el ante-pro-
yecto del Cdigo Fiscal, que ser puesto en vigen-
cia por el rgano Ejecutivo, de acuerdo con la Ley
sobre autorizaciones en materia fiscal.
El seor Contralor manifest que tambin se
han realizado.estudios sobre el auipento de las ta-
rifas notariales que cobran los cnsules de la Re-
pblica. Se calcula en B/.200.000.00, el aumento
anual de las rentas por estos conceptos.
Al referirse al Presupuesto de Rentas y Gas-
tos de la actual vigencia el Contralor Obarrio dijo
que alcanzar la suma de treinta y un milln y me-
dio de balboas. Sobre este particular manifest que
se seguir la poltica de evitar toda inflacin para
(Pasa a la pajina columna )
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PANAMA, R. P., LUNES. JUNIO 15, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
Deben cancelarse las patentes a los
barcos que comercian con los rojos
'Est trabajando activamente
el Gobierno de Panam en el
caso de la Marina Mercante'
El Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores inform a "t{
Panam Amrica" que el Gobierno de Panam esta tra-
bajando activamente en el caso de los buques que navegan
bajo matrcula panamea y que estn acusados de estar
traficando con los comunistas chinos, violando asi las dis-
posiciones sobre embargo dictadas por la ONU.
Agreg que una vea termina-1 Tambin inform > MtaUtro
da la investigacin, el Oobier- que hasta ese momento noi ha-
no tbala lal medida, que es- a rib do ningn able en el
time conducentes para cooperar
como miembro de las Naciones
Unidas al cumplimiento de las
disposiciones aue ha dictado es-
te organismo. ._______
que se le solicitara la cancela
clon de las patentes a los bar-
cos panamefioa que visiten los
puertos comunistas.
Amenazan los Sguilas de San
Blas con no vender ms Copra
si no se aumenta el precio
COLON. Junio 25. Informes
llegados a esta ciudad indican
que en el Congreso de Indge-
nas celebrado en la ciudad de
Coln, los 8guilas se pronun-
ciaron jontre el precio que tie-
ne la copra en la actualidad y
manifestaron au propsito de
suspender las ventas del men-
cionado producto en caso de que
este no a les pague a B.250.001
como se les venia haciendo has-
ta hace poco.
Las dec.racione de loe Sa-
gullas fueron pronunciadas ante
los Ministrse Hacienda, Pre-
visin sociaWy Educacin, quie-
nes pidieron* a tos Jefes ind-
genas que actuaran con calma
y prometieron intervenir en la
solucin de este problema.
Segn se inform, el precio
que en la actualidad se est pa-
gando por la copra es de B.200.
La Convencin del Partido
Revolucionario Autntico
tuvo lugar en esta ciudad
Gran alarma provoca
en San Francisco la
presencia de rateros
Gran alarma existe entre los
vecinos del barrio de San Fran-
cisco de la Cajeta con motivo
de la presencia de maleantes en
esos alrededores. Numerosos ro-
bos han sido cometidos en ese
sector de la ciudad segn infor-
mes que nos fueron suministra-
dos en la maana de hoy.
Se nos dijo que el dueo de la
Foto Flateau, habia Ido a dJar
A au esposa al Valle y cuando
regres encontr su casa U< i-a
de maleantes quienes haban a-
bierto las puertas, sacados tolos
los cajones de la cmoda, ct.
Dice nuestro Informante que
(Pasa a la Pgina I. Column Si
Ayer tuvo lugar en esta ciu-
dad la Convencin del Par ido
Revolucionario Autntico coi.
cbjeto de nombrar un nuevo di-
ectorio y reformar loa estatutos.
Fu electo Presidente de ia
Convencin el H. D. Federico
Sagel, de la Provincia de clil-
rlqu quien en su dUcurso mani-
fest que esta es una hora de-
cisiva para el futuro del parti-
do y que el PRA seria a'nora un
partido disciplinado pero cons-
ciente de sus obligaciones.
En el curso de la convencin
fueron reformados, los astatutjs.
en el sentido de eliminar la
Junta Consultiva y la Ases-n?
y designar el nuevo Directorio
Nacional del Partido.
El doctor Miguel ngel OrU-
ez, representante dET PRA en
el Gabinete, tuvo varias Inter-
venciones brillantes en el cuiso
de la convencin, sobre todo en
i Pac a" i:i
La controversia en el caso de Haya
se ha colocado en trminos de una
amplia cordialidad, dice Colombia
De la Embajada de Colombo
hemos recibido la siguiente in-
formacin:
El Ministro Gonzalo Reaticpo
Jaramillo formul hoy a la
Prensa la siguiente declaracin:
"Estamos estudiando con tido
I detenimiento la respuesta del
seor Gallagher.
1 Una vez que hayamos acor-
dado nuestra actitud, la nota
del Canciller peruano ser con-
testada.
En todo caso Colombia y el
Per estn de acuerdo en la
necesidad de buscar un arreglo
1 directo al problema y eso es ya
I muy importante".
Junio 30 el Secretario General
Ice Relaciones Exteriores decu.-
liu a la Prensa; "Considero o>e
la nota del Per constituye un
resultado positivo da la po-
puesta hecha.por el sefion Can-
ciller de Colombia Doctor Gon-
zalo Restrepo Jaramillo.
Para Colombia ea satisfactorio
que esta controversia se haya
colocado en trminos de la as
amplia cordialidad entre loa dos
pa y que se aya rastab.e-
cido la plena normalidad en ios
trmites Diplomticos".
El Siglo, Junio 21 dice: "C >
lombla no habr de negarse en
ningn momento a buscar el
acuerdo que haya de ponerle
fin al delicado asunto'.
El Eco Nacional de la mis<.:u
(echa dice sobre la cordialidad
(Pasa a la pgina eetamna I)
El Presupuesto ir esta semana
a la Legislativa Permanente
Sigue procedimientos
conocidos el juicio
contra un Arzobispo
WASHINGTON, Junio 25 (USI8)
El rgimen comunista en*
Hungra est empleando "el pro-
cesamiento por medio de la per-
secucin" en el Juicio del ar-
zobispo Jos Groesz y otros
ocho eldanos hngaros en un
tribunal de Budapest, segn ex-
presa el Departamento de Es-
tad.
En una declaracin expedida
el sbado, el Departamento ase-
gur que estos- casos sealan
claramente el procedimiento co-
munista de represin.
"En 1 juicio del arzobispo
Groesz y, otros ocho ciudadanos
hngaros, que actualmente ge
lleva a cabo en Hungra, el r-
gimen comunista de ese pas ha
recurrido una vez ms al pro-
cesamiento por el sistema de la
(Pasa a la Par. . col. 1)
La Junta de Censura
se instalar maana
en Gbno. y Justicia
La Junta de Censura de Es-
pectculos Pblicos, celebrar
maana 26 de Junio a las 10
de la maana en el Despacho
del Ministro de Gobierno y Jus-
ticia, su reunin de instala-
cin.
En esta reunin el Ministro
Ordoez. Presidente de la Jun-
ta, dar ciertas instrucciones
relacionadas con las atribucio-
nes de los censores, contenidas
en el Decreto Ejecutivo por el
cual se reglamenta le Censura
de Espectculos Pblicos; y
entregar a todos los miembros
de la Junta los respectivos car-
nets de identificacin, para lo
cual debe cada uno llevar a la
reunin dos (2) fotografas ta-

En sesin extraordinaria de
Gabinete fueron considerados
hoy sus aspectos principales

El Presidente de la Repblica y le Ministro de Es-
tad* discutan esta maana en un Consejo Bxtraordwarlo
de Gabinete el proyecto de Presupueste para la actual vi-
gencia y e espera flue durante el curo de la emana el
Organ* Ejecutivo le presente a la consideracin de la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente para su aprobacin defl-
En relacin con el Presupues-
to del Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores el Ministro Molino
expres aue solicitara una par-
tida de B.25.000 roas; que lo
eleva a la suma de B. 725.000.
Se estima que esta partida se-
r destinada a las Misiones Di-
plomticas, sobre las cuales di-
Jo el Ministro Molino "Es un
error creer que stas no prestan
servicios".
De acuerdo con informes da
crdito el Gobierno Nacional tie-
ne Inters en que el primero
de Julio prximo pueda entrar
en vigencia el actual Presu-
puesto y por ello se adelantan
las discusiones finales de los
proyectos confeccionados por los
respectivos Ministros de Estado.
Esta maana fu considerado
un informe de Comisin sobre
un crdito Extraordinario para
pagar a la Chlriqui Land Com-
pany la anualidad y los intere-
ses, sobre el primer pago del
emprstito de tres millones de
balboas hecho el ao pasado a
la mencionada empresa.
El Consejo de Gabinete ha pro-
cedido a expedir un crdito de
B.215.000 para efectuar el pri-
mer abon de esta deuda, en
vista de que por no haberse a-
probado el Presupuesto de Ren-
tas y Gastos no pudo efectuar-
se el abono correspondiente al
mes de Marzo.
Agasajarn Los Miuras
a Rodolfo U. Castrelln
Maana martes, a las ocho de
la noche, los Miuras celebrarn
una importante reunin en ho-
nor del Mlura Teniente Coronel
Rodolfo U. Castrelln. La reu-
nin se verificar en los salones
del Club Unin, como se ha di-
cho, maana martes a las ocho
en punto.
Digenes de la Rosa
representante del
Presidente en Coln
El Licenciado Digenes de la
Rosa ha sido designado por el
Presidente de la Repblica, don
Alclblades Arosemena. como su
representante personal en el Co-
mit Organizador del Primer
Centenario de la ciudad de Co-
ln, segn noticia recogida en
fuentes de crdito.
El Comit Organizador del
Primer Centenario de la ciudad
de Coln, ha quedado Integrado
por el Alcalde de esa ciudad, don
Jos D. Bazn, quien lo presi-
de; el H. D. Carlos Harris, el
Concejal Daniel Delgado D., el
or Charlea Whltaker. en re-
presentacin del Gobierno nor-
teamericano.
El mencionado comit ha co-
tPaa a la Pt Cal. 7>
Maana se celebra
el aniversario del
Hosp. Psiquitrico
Maana a las 8:30 de la ma-
ana tendr lugar en el Hospi-
tal Psiquitrico Nacional, deno-
minado hasta hace poco Retiro
de Matas Hernndez, una mi-
sa campal con motivo de la ce-
lebracin del aniversario de la
institucin. La misa ser oficia-
da por el Padre Juan de Dios
Porcell.
A las cuatro habr una misa
(reparada por los pacientes de
a institucin y las alumnas del
Buen Pastor.
La direccin del Hospital Psi-
quitrico espera la mayor asis-
tencia del pblico a estos ac-
tos.
Tres barcos "Panameos" se
hayan detenidos por visitar
puertos comunistas en Asia
*
TAIPEI, Formosa, Junio 25 (UP) El Ministro d
Panam, Mario E. Guillen, anunci que ha recomendado
que se apliquen sanciones contra los barcos panameos
que trafican entre Hong Kong y los puertos comunistas
del continente Chino.
El enviado panameo dijo a
la prensa que en repetidas oca-
siones le ha pedido a los arca-
dores que se abstengan de to-
car puertos rojos. Sin embargo,
agreg, se han continuado reci-
biendo informes de que barcos
con bandera panamea slgaen
llegando a los puertos comunis-
tas. Por lo tanto, ha recomen -
Ciido al Gobierno de Panam
que cancele todas las patales
de los armadores que hagan
cuso omiso de sus rdenes. (
Hasta el momento se est es-
perando en Taipei la decUn
del Gobierno de Panam. '
Actualmente se encuentran
ties barcos panameos el
"Vulture", el "Rok" y el "Bara-
lab' detenidos por los nacio-
nalistas en Formosa por haber
visitado puertos comunistas.
Inaugurada hoy la
conferencia de la
Esso Standard OH
La Conferencia de Contables
de la Esso Standard Oil se
Inaugur esta maana en el
Hotel El Panam con asistencia
de 20 delegados.
Esta conferencia que sola-
mente es atendida por conta-
bles y supervisores de las seis
divisiones de la Esso en Centro
Amrica, y dos representantes
de las oficinas de la Esso en
Nueva York, ser presidida por
el Seor I. E Champsaur, Con-
tralor de la Esso en Centro A-
mrlca, esta conferencia termi-
nar sus labores el Jueves en la
Urde.
El seor I. E. Champsaur, o-
frecer un Cocktail en honor de
los delegados el Jueves en la
noche en los salones del Golf
Club de Panam.
vii ui i IVW1I.I.- - -, --------------------- Club ae i-anam.
i a la Pg. fc. L 1> en punto.______________________tos._________._______________IVIU" .-------------------------------
Se cree que est abierta la puerta
para una conferencia de paz ahora
Funcionarios de la
ONU esperan alguna
declaracin china
NUEVA YORK, Junio 25 (UP)
Los funcionarlos de las Na-
ciones Unidas se encuentran ea-
i erando alguna declaracin di-
recta de la China comunista &o-
bre las negaciac iones de pa en
ste primer aniversario de la
guerra de Corea.
Aunque los chinos han man-
tenido un silencio oriental sobre
ios movimientos de paz en los
ltimos meses, se cree que la u-
blerta propuesta de Rusia para
una conferencia de paz nir
que los dirigentes chinos se a-
presuren a la mesa de confe-
rencias.
El Presidente de la Asamblea
General de las Naciones Unidos,
Nasrollah Entezam, de Irn, lle-
g a Nueva York apraaui aj-
mente desde Washington pare
conferenciar con- Jacob A. Maule.
Elnclpal delegado de Rusia en
i Naciones Unidas- Malik n'-
jo ofertas de paz en una tras-
mitan radial sin precedentes el
sbado.
Dijo que como primer p>o
para U paz los beligerantes c.e-
(Paaa a la Pg Coi. 1}
Los iranios inician una
maniobra nueva para sacar
a los Britnicos del pas
LONDRES. Junio 25 (UP)
l ex-Secretario de Relacionas
Exteriores Anthony Edn, olio
cue Irn se entregar al comu-
nismo si sus refineras de pe-
trleo cierran y "las dificulta-
des no van a detenerse en la
frontera Irania".
Edn, subjefe conservador, in-
tensific el ataque de su part-
oo al Gobierno Laborista y pid'
3 Estados Unidos que se man'cn
ga al lado de Gran Bretaa cu-
rante la crisis de Irn.
Dijo a los norteamericanos
que "si por cualquier razn la
fluencia de petrleo de Lt'd
se detiene y la refinera de A-
badn deja de funcionar y de
ofrecer su aportacin a la eco-
noma del mundo occidental,
las dificultades no van a dete-
nerse en la frontera Irania"
En un discurso a tres mil j-
venes conservadores de Londres
declar que el asunto lntfieoa
a Estados Unidos, Gran Breta-
a y todo el mundo libre y "de-
bemos resolverlo Juntos porque
lo que ocurre hoy en Irn es
importante para la economa
del Oeste. Pero es tambin esen
cial para el porvenir de Iran*'.
Dijo que en el asunto de Irn
re Juega algo ms que el petr-
lto. El Inters es estratgico, y
nadie lo sabe mejor que el
Kremlin.
Declar que si los ingresos del
petrleo se acaban para Irn
"ser imposible que sobreviva
f.u economa. Eso es lo que el
Partido Comunista Nacional es-
t esperando si Irn se hace
comunista, las consecuencias
rara sus vecinos las vern cla-
ramente todoe". -
Calific abiertamente de "in-
sensatez" la declaracin del Se-
sietarlo de Relaciones Extcr'.o-
tes Herbert Morrison en los Co-
munes de que la disputa no
puede resolverse con medidas
imperialistas.
Oficialmente los
chinos ignoran la
propuesta rusa
TOKIO, Junio 25 (UP) T-ft
China comunista ignor pbli-
camente la propuesta rusa para
un cese de fuego en Corea, y las
fuerzas de las Naciones unidas
han recibido rdenes de seguir
peleando.
La Radio de Pekn, principal
fuente de propaganda del rgi-
men comunista de China, se-
al el primer aniversario Je la
guerra de Corea con un nuevo
hamado para la destruccin ce
us ejrcitos de las Naciones U-
r.tdas. La radio no hizo mencin
de la propuesta del delegado
ruso en las Naciones Unlcias,
Jacob A. Malik-
l primer comentarlo oficial
proveniente del Comando na-
de sobre la propuesta de Mulik
lo hizo el Teniente General Je-
mes A. Van Fleet, Comandant
del Octavo Ejrcito y de las u^r
zas de tierra de las Naciones
Unidas en Corea.
Van Fleet orden a sus tro-
pas que "siguieran como siem-
pre", y dijo a los periodistas que
(Pasa a la Pag. a. Coi. 1
Las bajas comunistas en Corea
ascienden a 1.162.500 en el.
Primer Aniversario de lucha
TOKIO, Junio 25 (UP)El Oc-
tavo Ejrcito inici el segundo
ao de guerra en Corea bajo
rdenes del Oeneral Van Fleet,
de "seguir como siempre", a pe-
sar de los rumores de paz.
Se ha decidido que durante el
segundo ao de guerra en Co-
reasi sta continase le cau-
sarn ms bajas a los rojos que
durante el primer ao.
Durante el primer ao de
guerra se le han ocasionado a
los rojos 1.162.5O0 bajas entre
muertos, heridos v capturados,
mientras que las bajas aliadas
ascendieron a 382,500. A esta
cantidad hay que agregarle ca>l
500,000 civiles surcoreanos muer-
tos, heridos y desaparecidos.
Las tenaces fuerzas comunis-
tas arrojaron a los aliados de un
estratgico terreno alto al sur
de Pyonggang en una lucha li-
brada ayer.
Al sur de Pyonggang los alia-
dos retrocedieron cerca de dos
millas y media bajo el impacto
del contra-ataque comunista.
Sin embargo, el ataque le cost
muchas bajas a los comunistas.
A todo lo largo del frente de
100 millas no haban seales de
que los rojos estn aminorando
sus ataques, a pesar de la pro-
puesta de cese de fuego de los
rusos.
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas estaban luchando deses-
peradamente para recuperar dos
cerros que le fueron quitados por
los comunistas ayer.
Otras fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas lograron rechazar tres
contra-ataques esta madrugada
en el sector central oriental del
frente.
Al sur de Kumsong un cerro
cambi de manos dos veces a-
yer. Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas se encontraban a mitad
de camino del cerro euando se
suspendi el ataque poco despus
de media noche.
Al amanecer, los aliados rea-
nudaron el ataque, tratando de
sacar a los comunistas de sua
madrigueras con bayonetas ca-
ladas y granadas.
Ms hacia el este los rojoa
lanzaron cinco contra-ataquea
diferentes contra las lneas a-
liadas. apoyadas por el fuego de
mortero y protegidos por las
sombras del amanecer. Todos
estos contra-ataques fueron re-
chazados.
Fraudulentamente
cobran en Coln
un impuesto
COLON. Junio 23.La Tesore-
ra Municipal de Coln nos ha
Informado que hav ciertas per-
sonas que fraudulentamente es-
tn cobrando el impuesto de pe-
rros correspondiente al ao da
1951.
Se avisa al pblico por esta
medio que se sirvan hacer el pa-
go de dicho impuesto en la ofi-
cina de la Tesorera, y que ya
se estn haciendo las investi-
gaciones del caso.
Tiende a perjudicar a la prensa
uruguaya el decreto restrictivo
de noticias dictado por Pern
MONTEVIDEO, Junio 25 (UP).
"E Diarlo" en la primera
reaccin contra el decreto del
Gobierno Argentino sobre em-
presas telegrficas, dice que la
medida tiende principalmente a
perjudicar y crear dificultades
a la prensa Uruguaya que se
surte de las noticias distri-
buidas de Buenos Aires, en don-
de estn las centrales sur-ame-
ricanas de las agencias noti-
ciosas.
Luego de censurar enrgica-
mente el decreto aludido, "El
Diario" dice que las agencias
superarn las dificultades y a-
provecharn las circunstancias
para considerar a Montevideo
sede de sus establecimientos au-
tnomos, sin sujecin ni de-
pendencia alguna respecto a las
que tengan en Buenos Aires.
"El Plata" dio la noticia se-
alando el hecho que las em-
presas telegrficas cancelaron
momentneamente los contratos
de U agencias noticiosas mo-
tivando que las noticias recibi-
das por las centrales de Buenos
Aires deban transmitirse a
Montevideo por servicio comn
telegrfico sometido a censura
previa.
Ha colectado la suma
de B/2.745.40 la
Oficina de Sanidad
La oficina de sanidad de la
ciudad de Panam a cargo del
seor Forrest Brown inform en
la maana de hoy que ha coac-
tado la suma de B. 2.74543 en
concepto de multas impuesta* a
los infractores de las disposicio-
nes sanitarias.
Agreg que de este dinero N
ha gastado B. 405.60 en 1 pago
de dos enfermeras para la cam-
iata antituberculosa.


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PELIGROS PARA EL ORDEN SOCIAL
IV
En nuestro editorial de ayer al referirnos al
primer aniversario de la invasin comunista a Co-
rea del Sur dijimos que con sta "se puso de ma-
nifiesto el plan internacional de Rusia de ir domi-
nando naciones y continentes, ya sea por los medios
violentos de las armas o a travs de campanas ca-
tequizadoras en las latitudes donde todava no es
oportuno que las organizaciones comunistas afloren
a la superficie de la lucha abierta." Despus, con-
siderando la fecha propicia para meditar en la tras-
cendencia del problema comunista dijimos que es
necesario llegar, por medio de la reflexion, a con-
clusiones saludables en todo el mundo "especialmen-
te en nuestra Amrica para aunar esfuerzos bajo
la bandera de la democracia y estar alertas frente
al peligro comn que est amenazando a muerte la
libertad humana."
La guerra de Corea, con sus doce meses de san-
grienta v costosa lucha, debe servirnos de ejemplo
para conjurar en este continente esos peligros alu-
didos que entraa el comunismo internacional. Des-
de luego que en este caso no hay que esperar que
los agentes extranjeros y, sobre todo los criollos,
asuman una actitud que envuelva plenamente el po-
sible riesgo de inscribirse en partidos comunistas
y aceptar sin reservas que lo son. Por el contrario,
en la etapa que puede estar viviendo la campana
de infiltracin en nuestros pases esos agentes del
comunismo se cuidan de no figurar en las agru-
- paciones que podran descubrir su posicin poltica.
Por eso se les ve asustadizos y confundidos cuan-
do la opinin pblica los seala con su ndice acu-
jwrdar.
Es muy conveniente que la gente sensata de la
Comunidad panamea busque en las fuentes de la
Jtistoria contempornea cmo es que ha ido pro-
gresando en pases de otros Continentes la cam-
paa comunista. De esa investigacin se pueden ob-
tener saludables enseanzas. Se encontrar que en
la primera etapa apenas se sospecha la existencia
del movimiento. Los primeros en parecer son los
dema-ogos convertidos en agitadores permanentes
que, desde la sombra, maquinan para interferir en
cualquier suceso con el premeditado proposito de
sembrar la intranquilidad colectiva, la desconfianza
popular en relacin con el sistema de gobierno.
Y despus que la semilla de la discordia ha
sido regada en los surcos de las masas estos agita-
dores envenenados por complejos y confundidos
por la literatura comunista comienzan, siempre
ocultos^ a orientar con un criterio ideolgico extre-
mista cualquier movimiento que ellos puedan in-
fluir. Esos tipos son sumamente peligrosos para la
estabilidad de nuestras instituciones democrticas
y republicanas.
El Mundo Libre est pensando hoy en la tra-
gedia de la guerra que se libra en el Lejano Orien-
te. Miles de madres, esposas e hijas estn confron-
tando las consecuencias del comunismocuando s-
te llega a la atapa abierta de la violencia y estn
sufriendo el dolor irreparable de la muerte de sus
seres queridos que han sacrificado sus vidas en aras
del ideal democrtico.
Para garanta del orden social panameo to-
das las fuerzas vivas de este pas que estn al ser-
vicio de la dignidad y de la libertad humana deben
evitar que los "quinta-columnistas" del comunismo
internacional socaven en nuestra Patria las bases
de su vida republicana. ______
El "Aviso Oportuno'
VeEi Mercado Sin Igual"
Es Barato v Efectivo
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ALAMBRE CICLN
ALAMBRE DE GALLINA
A. J. ALFAR 0
Distribuidor Armco
Tel. 2-1045 Ave. Norte No. 87 Apartado 1211
LICITACIN
SUMINISTRO DE TELA PARA LOS UNIFORMES
DE LA POLICA NACIONAL
Se notifica a los interesados que el da 28 de Junio a las
10 en punto de la maana, se abrirn las propuestas que se
Mraerrten para el suministro de tela para los uniformes de
[T. Polica Nacional.
. Los pliegos de cargo podrn solicitarse en la Contra-
1 r.a General durante las horas hbiles.
CONTRALOR GENERAL
anam, 28 de Mayo de 1951.
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
Por DEMOSTENES VERGARA
II
Intentaremos, pues, los siguientes esbozos de razonamientos,
que nos llevarn a ciertas conclusiones similares y a otras total-
mente diferentes de las del citado autor. Nuestros puntos de
partida, nuestras premisas bsicas pueden condensarse asi:
a) La riqueza y la prosperidad econmica de una nacin, y
en especial de la nuestra, tienen significado nicamente
en cuanto se las relaciona con l HOMBRE.
b) Si bien la riqueza global de una nacin la han conside-
rado algunos como la suma econmica de sus elementos,
Cara nosotros la riqueza DESEABLE es aquella en que los
lenes materiales se encuentren ms equitativamente dis-
tribuidos entre todos los individuos. Al materialismo eco-
nmico puro se sustituye un principio idealista de JUS-
TICIA econmica.
c) La posesin de los bienes materiales condicionada por
factores histricos y principios o derechos ortodoxos, y,
buen nmero de veces, por obscuras arbitrariedades pre-
tritas con apariencias de legalidad no debe ostentar
un carcter absolutamente definitivo e inmutable. Acep-
tamos que la propiedad debe cumplir una FUNCIN SO-
CIAL y que el derecho inmanente a la libre existencia y
desarrollo de los ms no pueda ser cercenado o hipoteca-
do por los siglos de los siglos por el privilegio adquirido
por unos pocos en cierto pasado histrico.
d) En general, partimos del principio de que el hombre, me-
diante las luces crecientes de su entendimiento, tendr
el derecho de utilizar las riquezas del orbe en la forma
ms racional posible a la satisfaccin de sus necesidades
comunales. Siendo l en sus relaciones con sus seme-
jantes el creador del DERECHO humano, tiene, asi-
mismo, la facultad de evolucionar su DOCTRINA. Por
tanto puede criticar los fundamentos legales de sus ac-
tos pretritos e histricos y tiene el derecho y el deber
de corregirlos si stos en la actualidad entorpecen el buen
desarrollo de sus comunidades.
Consideramos casi un corolario de las premisas que enume-
ramos, que las soluciones a nuestros problemas econmicos y so-
ciales deben intentarse con visin del futuro de nuestra naciona-
lidad. Deben ser soluciones permanentes y evolutivas, fruto del
anlisis racional con perspectivas y proyecciones histricas. Pue-
den adoptarse medidas paliativas y de carcter transitorio o de
emergencia, pero no deben confundirse eon los principios direc- !
tores y reguladores de una sana y evolutiva estructuracin eco-'
nmica.
Como primera medida sugerimos la valorizacin del elemen-
to HOMBRE. Siendo l la clula integrante del organismo so-
cial, el alma y el impulso motor de todas sus actividades, debe-
mos perfeccionarlo para que pueda cumplir a mayor cabalidad
las funciones que le han de corresponder en el seno de la socie-
dad organizada. Es a la EDUCACIN NACIONAL a la que debe
imprimrsele una verdadera filosofa y un rumbo. A ella incum-
be darle el ciudadano la conciencia de su racionalidad, arma
para vencer la naturaleza y para elevarse moralmente. Ella le
ensear a conocer sus derechos y deberes individuales y socia-
les. A apreciar el disfrute de los bienes materiales slo en un
ambiente de autntica libertad y a condenar y librarse de los ti-
ranos potenciales, cualquiera que fuese el disfraz con que inten-
taren sojuzgarlo. Como escribiramos en reciente articulo (pu-
blicado en el diario EL PAS el IS de Mayo); "...Aunque fuese
slo la LIBERTAD la que se garantizase con elfo, jams habra
mejor inversin de los fondos pblicos (que'en la Educacin Na-
cional), ya que la LIBERTAD HUMANA es don Inapreciable".
Es la Educacin la que le ensear, a travs de la Historia, la
Cvica, etc., a conocer y apreciar la formacin de su personalidad
nacional y a robustecerla constructivamente. La Educacin ser,
pues, la forjadora del arma moral e Indestructible conque el futu-
ro ciudadano ensayar la efectiva liberacin de los lasos exterio-
res que inhiben su desenvolvimiento internacional pleno y el dis-
frute legitime de todos los beneficios a que tiene inalienable dere-
cho de aspirar por razones de su ubicacin geogrfica excepcional.
La enseanza, sabiamente orientada, le har conocer las ven- I
tajas de los instrumentos y maquinarias mecnicas para el inore- {
ment de la produccin y acostumbrar al prvulo a la idea de
avudar.se con los conocimientos que le proporciona la Tcnica pa-
ra la consecucin del ptimo rendimiento de sus sueldos.
La Educacin ensenar al nio los beneficios de la HIGIENE,,
la forma de prevenir y evitar las enfermedades y flagelos que dies-
man sus vidas campesinas y merman sus energas productivas.
Lo convertirn en agente cooperador de la accin oficial en las
campaas antimalricas y parasitolgicas.
. Cuando se ensee a nuestras clases labriegas la necesidad
de una nutricin balanceada, cuando se le ensee a COMER, die-
(ticamente hablando, tendremos un campesinado deseoso de ex-
perimentar el cultivo de productos variados y necesarios a su sus-
tento y a favorecer por intercambio o compra directa, el onto- |
mo de los que no produsca l mismo en su parela. Con el ensa-
yo del sistema rotativo de cultivos se aumentar el rendimiento
potencial agrcola de la nacin.
De los cometidos que debe cumplir la Educacin Nacional se
transparentan los lincamientos de una FILOSOFA EDUCATIVA
cnsona con las verdaderas necesidades nacionales. La Ensean-
za nacional debe comportar elementos tericos bsicos indispen-
sables para la adecuada capacitacin de los ciudadanos futuros
con un mnimo nivel cultural puro. Pero debe ser DIFERENCIAL,
esto es, debe brindar los conocimientos de la agricultura, la ga-
nadera, la avicultura, etc., de los cuales depender su sustento
futuro. Deben diseminarse e intensificarse los planteles vocaclo-
nales para la preparacin de artesanos de toda ndole. V eviden-
temente, deben propulsarse segn las exigencias futuras, los cen-
tros de estudios comerciales, de ciencias econmicas y hacenda-
rlas que formarn los tcnicos especializados de nuestros engra-
najes administrativos y los de las empresas privadas. Nuestra
UNIVERSIDAD producir los tcnicos, ingenieros arquitectos y
los dems profesionales que formarn las elites culturales, la
vanguardia del pensamiento creador nacional y los diseadores
de nuestros contornos fisonmicos materiales y espirituales fu-
turos.
Debemos aprovechar el valioso capital constituido por los
tcnicos de que disponemos hoy da para disear los planteles edu-
cativos, con todos sus accesorios, tiles, equipo y espacios vitales
y de futuros ensanches de acuerdo con su tipo y funciones espe-
ciales v en estrecha cooperacin con una plataforma asesora en
materias de Pedagoga Moderna y de funcionamiento de institu-
tos agronmicos y vocacionales.
Un vasto plan de eata especie que exigira prcticamente un
EMPRSTITO para su realizacin, es esencialslmo para el forja-
miento de una economa racional y prspera. Es absolutamente
normal que las generaciones que recibirn los beneficios de esta
Educacin supremamente orientada paguen los gastos prorratados
de este programa, cuyos beneficiosos dividendos tocar a ellos y
a sus hijos cosechar.
C-t L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
Per DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Crece la ira de las "VVAF" contra
Jacqueline Cochran; El informe de la Srta. Cochran
exige "perfiles proporcionados"; Las Mama "cochinas"
y "haraposas".
WASHINGTON. Us damas
de la Fuerza Area se ponen
ms y ms indignadas por el
informe de Jacqueline Cochrane
de que las "WAFS" no son pre-
ciosas ni bien formadas. La Sta.
Cochran, quien es la esposa del
financista de Wall Street Floyd
Odium, pero que opera un nego-
cio de cosmticos de su propie-
dad, ha enviado un informe
confidencial al Jefe de la Fuer-
sa Area, General Hoyt Van-
den her, describiendo a las
"WAFS" como "haraposas",
"cochinas" y hasta "bizcas".
Decir que sto ha puesto a las
damas de la Fuerza Area de tal
humor que se tiraran de los
cabellos, sera moderado. Las
WAFS" han respondido llaman-
do a la Sta. Cochran "Jacky
pared de piedra", y han llegado
al extremo de sugerir que ya
que su esposo, como jefe de la
Consolldated-Vultee, fabrica los
aviones B-S6, no se debi llamar
a la Sta. Cochran a la Fuerza
Area ni an para consultas.
Stuart Symington, cuando fu
Secretario del Aire, fu critica-
do por algunos miembros de la
Armada porque pas una noche
en el rancho de Floy Odium y
Jacky Cochran. Los miembros
de la Armada alegaron que las
rdenes para el B-36 salieron de
sa visita. Ahora las iracondas
"WAFS" estn sacando el a-
sunto de los B-36 a relucir nue-
vamente.
Como resultado del Informe
de la Sta. Cochran. se ha lleva-
do a cabo una reorganizacin,
y la Sta. Mary Jo Shelly de
Bennington College, Vermont,
ha reemplazado a la Coman-
dante de Jas "WAFS", Coronel
Geraldlne May, quien se opuso
a las conclusiones de la Sta.
Cochran. Sin embargo, el furor
contina.
LO QUE DIJO JACKY
La Sta. Cochran entr a la
Fuerza Area en servicio tem-
poral para asesorar al General
Vandenberg, y envi su infor-
me desde la base area de
Lackland, Texas. Aunque las
conclusiones generales de Jacky
lograron filtrarse y se regaron
como plvora entre las 'WAFS"
su informe nunca ha sido pu-
blicado y slo unas pocas
"WAFS" de alta jerarqua lo
han visto. Esta columna sin em-
bargo, obtuvo una copia.
"Se calcula que cerca de una
tercera parte de todo el perso-
nal inscrito que ha sido ins-
truido en Lackland no es mate-
rial adecuado," dijo lisa y 11a-
I mente. "Yo personalmente,
] me encontr con una "WAF"
que media aproximadamente 4
, pies 9 pulgadas, y quien admi-
ti pesar 134 libras. Me pare-
ce que ste peso es demasiado
para su altura, y lo que es an
peor, ella est muy despropor-
cionada en cuanto al contorno
del cuerpo, y adems, es bizca."
"Adems he sido Informada
que sta clase de errores han
sido duplicados muchas veces",
agreg con horror.
La opinin de la Sta. Cochran
sobre las candidatas a oficiales
de las "WAFS" no es ms alta
que digamos.
"Yo me, entrevist con unas
30 candidatas a oficiales, y cier-
tamente que no me caus buena
impresin su apariencia fsica o
el cuidado de sus personas", in-
form. "Es un hecho que tres
cuatro mujeres en el grupo pa-
recan fnera de balance, peso
por estatura".
PIDE MAS CONTORNO
La Sta. Cochran sugiri qu
i las "WAFS" deben medir por
lo menos 61 pulgadas, pero no
I ms de 72. A fin de que parea-
' can ms femeninas, tambin su-
giri que se aboliera el paso de
30 pulgadas para marchas. Pe-
ro ms importante que todo,
ella recalc, "contorno del
cuerpo".
"Cualquier diferencia que se
permita sobre o bajo el peso re-
glamentario, deber estar basa-
da en la estructura de los hue-
sos, la distribucin del peso y
el tono de los msculos de la
aplicante", dijo la Sta. Cochran
estableciendo el reglamento pa-
ra las formas.
"En la literatura para la cam-
paa de reclutamiento debe ha-
cerse nfasis al contorno del
cuerpo requerido por las apli-
cantes a la "WAF".
La Sta. Cochran tambin In-
sisti que algo debe hacerse a-
cerca la vestimenta de laa
WAFS.
"He visto a varios centenares
de WAFS en Lackland, y son
las personas ms harapientas y
cochinas que hay visto en el
servicio", se quej. "Los unifor-
mes de fatiga que usaban las
reclutas en Lackland eran de
seis diferentes variedades por lo
menosv y eran sumamente po-
bres en apariencia y faltos de
atraccin. Estas "WAFS" son de
todo menos un crdito para la
Fuerza Area en las presentes
vestimentas desunlformes que
se les obliga usar".
La Sta. Cochran urgi que
"no se sigan reclutaado aas
"WAFS" hasta que se consiga
ropa adecuada, no slo en uni-
formes de gala, sino en unifor-
mes de fatiga".
"Las WAFS deben ser iguales
a las mejores en los servicios de
mujeres", suplic. "Debe ser
nuestra meta hacerlas las me-
jores. Pero, ahora mismo mo lo
son", dijo con tristeza.
La Sta. Cochran sugiri oue
algunas de las reclutas debie-
ran ser sometidas a un cuida-
doso examen fsico, y regresar a
sus casas, a costa del Gobier-
no, a todas aquellas que no lle-
naran las especificaciones.
"Si lo recomendado es acep-
tado," alego, "creo oue la Fuer-
za Area lograr rebajar mate-
rialmente en el reclutamiento,
el nmero de rjersonas no ade-
cuadas que estn entrando en*
el programa."
MUJERES AISLADAS
La Sta. Cochran so sinti ho-
rrorizada tambin por el peque-
o nmero de "WAFS" asigna-
das a algunos puestos de ultra-
mar.
"Creo que asignar una "WAF"
a Groenlandia y dos a Inglate-
| rra es errado", aconsej, "lo
mismo que es errado enviar una
"WAP" a una estacin como
Douglas, Arizona, tal como ocu-
rri recientemente. No haba fa-
cilidades disponibles, y el Co-
mandante de la base se senta
mnv incmodo."
Haciendo de nuevo nfasis en
one "la estructura de los hue-
sos, el contorno del cuerno, la
apariencia personal y el depor-
t en general" debern ser to-
madas en cuenta "a fin do ob-
tener un grupo bien presenta-
ble", la Sta. Cochran termin
su informo con el significati-
vo comentario de que "todos los
Generales de la Fuerza Area
con quienes he consultado, han
aprobado mis recomendaciones
como "mnimas".
Sin embargo, el General Van-
denberg, rebal los "mnimos"
de la Sta. Cochran un poco. Por
ejemplo. Denso que 60 pulgadas
era suficiente altura para las
WAFS, en lugar de las 61. Pero
estuvo de acuerdo en que las
WAFS debern ser ms atracti-
vas, y debieran ser ms feme-
ninas renunciando a (ales tra-
bajos para hombres como la
mecnica, manejo de camiones
y engrase..
NOTA: Antes de partir de la
baso de Lackland, la Sta.- Coch-
ran tenia a las WAFS sirvien-
do en la cocina con corbatas y
faldas, y agreg un cura* do
cuatro semanas obre buena a-
Erienda en su entrenamiento
lieo.
FILIBUSTERO DE LA *
PEQUEA INDUSTRIA
II finado Huey Long, padrt
del Senador Russell Long da
Louisiana, estableci uno de los
mayores "record" como filibus-
tero del Senado. Habl durante
13 horas, siendo segundo slo do
La Follette, quien habl duran-
te 18 horas contra la guerra con
Alemania.
Ahora, el joven Senador Long
tiene planeado un acto de fili-
bustero que le ganar el apoyo
de muchos senadores. Long tie-
ne planeado "hablar largamen-
te" contra la ley de "punto-ba-
se" de McCarran-Johnson, la
cual pasar por alto la Corta
Suprema y restablecer el siste-
ma de costos "Pittsburgh ms".
Este os. un sistema por medio
del cual ciertas Industrias, ta-
les como la de cemento y ace-
ro, cargaran el mismo precio,
no Imparta en donde estn si-
tuadas sus fbricas, y no im-
porta cul sea el precio del
transporte.
Cuando la Corte Suprema so
pronunci en contra de sto,
McCarran de Nevada y Johnson
de Colorado presentaron una
ley que pasara por alto la Cor-
te. Por otro lado, los campeo-
nes de la pequea Industria del
Senado Keauver de Tenne-
ssee, Sparkman de Alabama,
Douglas de Illinois y Humphrey
de Minnesota, apoyarn vigo-
rosamente a Russell Long.
Nota del Traductor: "Filibuste-
ro" se le dice a un legislador
Jue obstaculiza la aprobacin
e una ley por medio de largos
discursos.
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Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Extraordinario No. 1685 del Domingo 24 de Junio de 195f
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DOMINGO M DE JUNIO DE 1951
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LUNES, JUNIO 25, 1861
Bl PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPINDIENTE
PAGINA TRES

i
Tchaikowsky adquiere vida a travs
de la interpretacin de Frank
Sundstrom en "La Sinfona Trgica'*
Un escena del exquisito romanee del film "LA SINFONA
TRGICA" que exhibe el Teatre Central el da 18 de Jonto.
La peUcBla eat inspirada en la msica de Tchaikowsky y ad-
aviere Ttda cen la brillante actuacin de Prank Snndstrom.
'LA SINFONA TRGICA" es tedo el apasionante sentimiento
y amor prohibido de uaaboltirima majer.__
Venezuela es el segundo pas
del mundo en exportar petrleo
de Anzotegul y Monagas. Un I rrientea. Bn la Peninsula de Pa-
oorcentaje elevado del petrleo i raguan se acaban de -dar al
venezolano se refina en el pa, servicio dos modernas refInt-
roducindose los derivado* ce-1 ras.
CARACAS, junio 23. (SE).
Venesuela ocupa el primer pues-
to entre loa pases exportado-
res de petrleo en el mundo
y el segundo entre los pro-
PRODUCTOS
Servicio de Lewis
Avenida Tvoli No. 4
Frente al Correo
de Ancn
Fuerte 15 derrot
al Dep. Miranda
por anotacin 3-2
Lucidos resultaron los Juegos
efectuados ayer en la Liga de
baseball de Barraza y loe cuales
fueron dedicados a los distin-
guidos (tlenos nacionales docto-
res Roy, Nicosia. Bissot v Arose-
mena.
En el primer Juego de la ma-
ana el equipo del Fuerte 15
venci en episodios extras al De-
portivo Miranda por la estrecha
anotacin de 3 carreras a 2.
En el otro choque el Deporti-
vo Vallarlno se Impuso al De-
portivo Mendosa por anotacin
de 8 carreras a 3.
En el curso de esta semana
continuar esta entusiasta liga
eh>lgWa_porj!l cpnocldo_derjor^.
lista "jqu A. Ortega.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores orooramas
==
CECILIA
DESDE'JUEVES!'
"HAGAN AUEGO
SEORES"
Kaaeet Prtewlwi
eleasfd by 201h Century-f a
ADEMAS:
INTRIGANTE MELODRAMA!
"LAS JOYAS DE
BRANDEBURGO"
con RICHARD TRAVIS
MICHXLINE CHEIREL
Lo ms tierno de
la mata para el
t ms delicioso
Tender
leaf
TEA i
Personas que han dedi-
cado su vida a esta in-
dustria, escogen para us-
ted las hijas ms tier-
nas de cada mata. Por
eso se llama "Tender
Leaf": "Hojas Tiernas".
A la regia seleccin se
debe la exquisitez de es-
te t.
Pida en las buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAP".
De venta en paquetes o
en bulsitas filtrantes.
TENDER LEAF
PRXIMAMENTE
' -
GRAN BARATILLO
LA PARISIN
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Librera Preciado Nave-
dad* Morrtoon 1.a Of lebu
Moderna Sanrhri y narra-
ra Servicia Lewis.
Joba Saa-aaj
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R. (Jornales lUvilla y CU.
I latera a citan!
Resiretenlantes: CIA. Alla<, S. A.
tanta MNIDl
estn desempacando
BLUSAS ENCAJE NYLON
Blanco, celeste, rosa.
Mancas larcas.
Tallas: 32 a 3.
Especial... 8.95 y f.5B
SOMBREROS
DE PAJA
Todo color.
Especial... 4.95
CARTERAS DE PLSTICO
Blancas, negras, azules, chocolate.
Especial.. .3.95
MEDIAS VAN RAALTE
Con taloneras oscuras.
Brown, asul y negro.
Tallas: 8 a 10'2
Especial.. .2.00 par
VESTIDOS JANTZEN
Negro, rojo, aqua,
citrn, meln, blanco.
Tallas: 33 a 38.
Especial... 16.95 y 17.95
SHAMPOO BLONDE
MELENA RUBINSTEIN......1.40
COMPRE AHORA
(HAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO Mil 18:38 de 2 a .
En 1950 la exportacin alcanz a
total de 1.500,000 barriles
diarios, segn se ha informado
un
ductores, despus de Estados
Unidos y antes de la Unin
Sovitica.
El petrleo se conoci en
Venezuela desde el siglo pasa-
do, pero su explotacin en gran-
de escala se Inici solamente
en el segundo cuarto del pre-
sente siglo. El ritmo ascenden-
te de la produccin petrolera
en el pais se aprecia muy bien
a travs de las siguientes ci-
tnM- ",
En 1817, primer ano de la
produccin comer clei, 19,000
metros cbicos de petrleo cru-
do. En 1824 la produccin al-
canz a 1,461,438. Bn 1943 a
28,619,813, en 1948. a T7.903.910.
En 1949 a 78,879306, o sea a
SENTIMOS MUCHO
que, debido a la huelga martima en Nueva
Zelandia hace ocho semanas, no ha llegado
a Panam NI UN GRAMO DE MANTEQUI-
LLA procedente de Nueva Zelandia.
Como la huelga martima en Nueva Zelan-
dia ha terminado, esperamos muy pronto
la llegada del primer embarque de
LA FAMOSA
MANTEQUILLA
ANCHOR
DE NUEVA ZELANDIA
WALLHIDE, una pintura Mate y aemi-
brillante en atractivos colores.
WALLHIDE, es un producto de insupe-
rable calidad de la
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
Ahora
con el
descuento
de
RICARDO A. MIRO, S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Telfonos: 2-3335 y 2-2988
(Luerial
tara
JUEGOS DE VASOS
en cajas de fantasia
usos y en colores
VAJILLAS
M VIDRIO
32 piezas .... 9.88
40 ....11.88
M ....1I.H
POTES VIDRIADOS para PLANTAS
diferentes colores y tamaos
ADEMAS-
CUBIERTOS
DE ACERO INOXIDABLE
Tenedores .......l.St dee.
Cucharas ........1.88
Cuchantes ......L*9 ".
Cuchillos ........3.N "
TODA CLASE DE ACCESORIOS
rARA LA COCINA
...y el fsatese
ACEITE "DURET"
en varios tasas A
Utas de V, Ule........ .71
Utas de 1 Ule.
.1.48
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CU.
PLAZA SANTA ANA PANAMA
t e
483.299.104 barriles, lo que equl-
Tale decir un promedio de
1,321,387 barriles diarlos. En los
once meses de 1950 este prome-
dio subi a casi 1,600,000 barri-
les.
Us rentes provenientes del
petrleo impuestos de explo-
tacin y de consumo forman
aproximadamente las dos ter-
ceras partes del presupuesto
nacional, que es el mis rico
del mundo, habida considera-
cin del nmero de habitantes.
Venezuela produce petrleo en
la cuenca del Lago de Mara-
calbo, en loe llanos del Ourl-
co y en los Estados Orientales
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le guste ... le cae bien...
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
LIQUIDACIN de
FIN DE MES
TODOS NUESTROS VESTIDOS
CON EL 15% DE DESCUENTO l
Todos nuestras CARTERAS
CON EL 20% D* DSSCUNrO!
LUNES 25 A SOBADO 30
DE 'UNI!
Ventas al contado solamente.
No se alteraran Ni se aceptarn devoluciones.
EL BAZAR FRANCES
Juan Palomeras
COLON COLON
SIEMPRE ADELANTE
Firmes en nuestro propsito de seguir manteniendo las grandes facilidades
en nuestro Club de Muebles y Mercaderas. Es ti club de ms aceptacin
porque el cliente dispone de todas las conveniencias y comodidades desde
el momento en que se suscribe. No lo dude, nuestro Club es de graa
utilidad en todas las ocasiones.
Socios favorecidos en Junio 24 de 1951:
Na. *-
Ganada
Saeea CBMTINA ESTRADACalle Mariana A:
Usa rama Sabia tas iu cekehea y aprlm Sa retortas
ca I semana
Softer ANGEI. BBJINAL-Chih X. rutele Nutvo. Na. 31Una ta-
rla Ferfeetlea at artas ejaemaSorta. una catnaaa baratala an
ralar vina can tu espeje y ua linleo allamara. Oanaeot can
3 itniana.
SaSar LBROY RVSSEI.LCalla II
marra Herclea. Ganada can 2
rata. Na. la-Una Meieltla
Saaar DARO OVAI.I.K IICaUt 27 r.ste. Na. SUna mana a
eemeaer a> ti" ca tala tlllai tapliaaas y eernlaaaas j
aaaraaar fraaa>. Gan ten 2 aaaaanaa.
Sanar RAMON MKNESKStarraequllla. Na. 41aUna ama da ee-
mri.r y cnalra .illas baralaaaai an calar Jasa* naranja. Oaa
coa 2
Saaar SANTIAGO BLTASCOURTCalla "" Na. 31Un rete
anatas Ratal Sa eeee tubos. Ganada can 4 tanta nal .
Setter ARNOI.DO C. GAJAOLCent 12 Sa Octaare, Na. laLa
raSaa anana r-bllllea Sa alalt inbot, Ganada can i aaaaaaaa.
SaSar JUAN MORENO GAL-VES Canal (U Chaara)Una ma-
ta Sa M" y cnalra aluna Uelaanae y aamlaadaa aa laapa na-
ranja. Una caaaa dabla da caaaa ca iu cnkaa y anrinf da
reseelee. Gan ca S semanas.
Saar MANUEL HXESCASCalle Mariana Aretenaeaa, Na. 4S
Una radia marca rbllipt da seta laboa. Ganada can f s tratan
CLBOrHUS T BVEBCalla Sa. Rio Ahaie, Na. mil na
naalIU Sa ara Illa anfoito can aua Inicale. Ganada can 8
HAYDEE ACULAR DE GAB01AAve. Caatral,
altan Ua radia marca Ztnlth da acia luana.
Na
11
It
SrSar GUSTAVO ALBI.RT0 PEEEZCarramuilla. Na. SaCnalra
ManMiat da tarad y una lmpara de ale cea cnalra luce* y
panfalla. Ganadas con IS ttaalata
SeSera MATILDE FORTAUXMK DE TANG-E! Seal. Daran- -rn
caanle da dea entraos y una carnada de u irania., tallada
birnliada ea celar mailll. Gana ca II (emanas.
SaSer MASCO BELLIDOEl Silla. Jnan Da/Una cama noble
4a caaaa barateada aa Jatee naranja cea tu canchea y aerial
de remitas. Gan can II tomtnss.
X X.Una Baleen da are.Canada can 17 semanas.
Sanara GB1SEI.UA HASSAN DC rEBBABONItalle 17 Oesl. Ne.
etUna cama lndlvMaal aamlaada en natural encare cea aa
calcha y taring da tetarte. Ganada cen II itamti
Saaar ALONSO BOMAINBad Tank, Ne. MSUn radia atarea
Beam Se telt takes. Ganada coa 17 seminas.
SeSera FALSTLNA rABEfANVlaU Hermosa, Ne. M-B Una ca-
aaa deba de caaaa cea tu eeichen y sprint, baralmda ea talar
natal. Gan can 21 semanas.
Ne. SilUaa
las y baralia-
Seftor CHARLES HENDERSONCurundu HeifhU,
canta aeMe lalUda y dea mealtas de naehe lalU
das en color balsame. Gan ca 23 semanas.
Senara MAJUA OBT1Z B.Calle 12. Na. II, bajeaUna rama da-
ble de caoba barnlaada en Jaspe naranja, can su colchen y
sprint de r ater a. Geni can M semanas.
Staera CLEMENTINA GONZALEZCalle Mariana Aretcascna. Ne.
I, alteaUna estufa FtrtecUea da dea eaamiderea. Gan aea
27 tamaas.
Seora RAQUEL DE SALCEDOAve. Peralta (Cnalra). Ne 71,
Ua aparador liilurleta de ata jrandte y aa )uae Sa
bajeaUa aparador lalnrleta de Vea jitndat y aa Ja
tala dt I Blatas attUa Bonaclmlanla Beaanal, UaltaSe
Irada aa Jatne naranja. Ganada can ti semanas.
SeSera ABIGAJI. GONZALEZAve Pern, Ne. 72. all
Se bamb floreado Se cretona ea celar serde aerare.
cea 27
Ua Jaece
Gannett
Senara PAULA DE ROGNONICalle IS Ente. Na. IUn Jueae pe-
ra cantador estile Renacimiento EeaaSal. tut Jeer, do llvlar
m eaa tola convertible en cama y aa colchan para cana
Qaa* aa M tanunaa.
LOS FELICITAMOS!
Nuestro Club es el sjue tiene
mayor nmero de socios y el
ms antiguo de la Repblica.
SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
USGOS DE RECAUARA.
JUaOOfi DI CXJMBDOR.
junaos PARA SALA.
JTJI0O8DS LTvTKO.
laTOKBUS PARA OnCIWA.
rvfTJBBtRS 8TJRLTOB.
Coa 45 Semanas: Jatefo pa-
ra Sala de S Pleas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras. Mquinas de Coesr,
Maquinas da eecribir, Estufa*
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residencale*. Archiva,
dores. Estufas para gas. Col-
chones. Linleos. Alfombras.
Bicicletas de las mejeree
mareas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera,
Juegos de Cubiertca Vajillas,
Crietsleria, Artculos para re-
ales.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS DE JOYERA.
Trabsjot garantizados.
Cualquier otro articulo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales al
agentes vsasdorss.
Reparamos Radiee de
cualquier marca.
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, envindola a i
2 OPORTTINIDADEh DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A GANARSE. 1 Juego de Recamara e Comedor completos, que obsequia*
me* 8EMANALMENTE a nuestros suscripteres.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Mu chirria Ferretera Artculos de Cana
Jover* v Platera O hielos para Regalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)
El merit* de nuestro Club es reconocido por mile* do hogares en teda Is Repblica
riLIAL.: La Industrial Maderera, s a, Depsitos de maderas, Fbrica de Muebles Plaes
Puertas, Ventanea. Manos v Molduras pera construcciones. Vitrinas de mostrador ear
comercio Se ejecuta cualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica de unos sesenta obre-
ros esoeclsllsados v rasa de II chos de esoerlencla
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LUNES, JUNIO 5, 1151
Existe peligro de in undacin en
la zona de Puerto Armuelles
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uena
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*icin
Un servicio del Instituto de Nu Ilicin de C. America Panama
Minerales: requerimientos de
calcio y fsforo
numerosos estudios han ico
Lechos sobre los requerimientos
te fsforo y calcio por el ilJo
y por el adulto. Casi todos los
trabajos de Investigacin se r.an
llevado a cabo en animales y
casi ninguno en humanos. L.ic
problema ha sido atacado l'.l-
r.iamente comparando el caiclo
y fsforo de las alimentos son
las cantidades excretadas tanto
tn la orina como en las mate-
rias fecales ya que parte de;
calcio y fsforo metabolizado es
excretado por va intestinal.
Los resultados de estos expe-
rimentos en "nombres y mujeres
dieron un promedio de requeri-
mientos de 0.45 gramos de calcio
y 0.88 gramos de fsforo en in-
dultos, para los nios es iv.ee-
sarla mayor cantidad puesto
oue el nivel de retencin de cal-
eta aumentar para un desarro-
llo apropiado
Durante el periodo de emba-
razo y lactancia la demanda de
calcio y fsforo es especialmen-
te grande- La calcificacin de)
esqueleto del ietp toma lugar
durante los tres ltimos meses
ael embarazo por consiguiente
el requerimiento de estos mine-
rales es mayor, de all los hue-
sos dbiles y mala dentadura
que se observan en mujeres du-
ante este periodo. Durante la
lactancia la madre debe supiir
ms calcio al infante por meato
de sus glndulas mamarlas pol-
io que es ms dificil mantener
ei equilibrio de calcio durante
la lactancia que durante el em-
barazo.
El Comit de Nutricin del
Consejo de Investigacin reco-
mienda mantidades mucho bias
altas que las requeridas par?.
dejar un margen que prevea de-
ficiencias en casos individuales.
Para el adulto recomienda 1 mi-
ligramo diario en su dieta. Un-
ante el embarazo y lactancia
i.5 miligramos y 2.0 respectiva-
mente; durante la Infancia 1
miligramo y a la edad de 13 a
15 aos recomienda para muje-
res 1.3 miligramos y para hom-
bres 1.4 mllieramos.
- CRUCIGRAMA -
1 i* 4 5 | 7 9 1
10 u
13
16 r
80 21 23 v
25 26 27
29 1 30
31 32 33 34 f 35 36 37 38
39 40
42 43' 44 j 45 46
47 46 I 49 50
51 52 .
53 54
HORIZONTALES:
' 1 Arcnido traqueal
6Cacahuete
JORecurrir a un tribunal su-
perior
11Planta de flores blancas
13Disco plano
4Que tiene lana
18Composicin potica
i7-*-Nalpes
19Hoja de lata, Inv.
20 Hombres jvenes
,22Clase de mono
24Agrupacin Autntica Libe-
ral, Inic.
25Planligrados
28Tempestad de nieve
28Letra castellana
10Lablrnago, Inv.
"1Provcales cansancio
5Parte del ojo
39Ave australiana
0Igualdad de nivel
11Cocinado en seco
2Sacerdote tibetano
14Espacio de tiempe, Pl.
.8Modernismo, Abv.
i7Afirmacin
9Parte de las flores
jlFuego, vehemencia
JClase de perros, Pl.
,3Escuchar
)4Flojas, sueltas.
32Hace masa
33Guarismo
S4Adverbio de modo
36Nombre de mujer
37Deidades paganas
38Agua gaseosa. Pl.
41Arrasa, devasta'
43Del verbo arder
43Canoa mexicana
48Dios de la mitologa escan-
dinava
50Dignidad etiope.
SIHIIION DK ATE
raaama a nunan3
aa atina lanraa
VERTICALES:
1Nombretes
2Tamiz con marco de made-
ra
3Extremidad de las aves
4Ranuras
5Rezas
6Perjudiciales a la sslud
7Dios mahometano
8Apodo de mujer
9Esclavos del estado
!Especie de acacia
12Hijo de Abranam y de Sara
16Vasija para cocinar
18Demostrativo
21Te atrevas
3Terminacin de diminutivo
!tJQue vela
37Deidad egipcia
19Dios romano del hogar
31Del verbo celar
Ret Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
S E
Hjiiiafei M&fijttim
FORNCULOS
\

Una erupcin cutnea puede
infectarse. Sea prevenido.
Cbrala cen
BAND-ITA
VNDITAS
A OMISIVAS
G(w*H*fl&mn
4 >
Violentas lluvias
se desatan en ese
sector del pas
ARMUELLES, junio 20. (Co-
rresponsal Especial. Despus
de varios dias de intensos ca-
lores que hicieron marcar 102
grados bajo sombra. Tenemos
ahora continuas lluvias acom-
Knadas de fuertes aguajes. La
icha "Estrella"' que estaba
fondeada en la baha fue es-
trellada y destruida contra la
playa por uno de estos aguajes.
Las aguas de Rabo Puerco es-
tn subiendo, haciendo que la
laguna que qued desde la pa-
sada catstrofe cuando 22 ca-
sas fueron destruidas, se est
llenando y llegando hasta las
casas que quedan a su alre-
dedor. La poblacin de Pueblo
Nuevo empez a alarmarse y
solicit a la Chlriqu Land Co.
su ayuda para destrancar la
boca al ro; el Ingeniero jefe
de esa Compaa seor Sim-
mons, acompaado del seor
Herbert Hamer, del Sr. J. L.
Jovan, Capitn del Puerto y de
este corresponsal, hicieron una
inspeccin sobre el terreno, ma-
nifestando el seor Simmons
que no hay peligro Inmediato
y que enviara un buldozer a
romper los bancos de piedra
para que el rio desage direc-
tamente y baje el nivel del a-
gua. Queremos recordar a las
autoridades del Ministerio de
Obras Pblicas que el Ing. Car-
bonel haba llegado a un a-
cuerdo con la Chlriqu Land Co.
para trasladar el barrio a otras
m
/frirra -
QtSJUKMa
JUEVES!
UNA DE LAS MAS NOTABLES
COMEDIAS DEL AO!
Los ms di-
vertidos los
matrimonia-
les llevados
a la panta-
lla!...
"CASADO Y
CON DOS
SUEGRAS"
a rnwl rVlW V*<*t
GENETIERNEY
-JOHN LUND
MIRIAM HOPKINS
THELMA RITTER
JAN STERLING
MITCHELL LEJSEN
PRODUCTION
Piden telfono para
Los Castillos centro
de Ro de Jess
RIO DE JESS. Junio 25 (Co-
rresponsal i Con la asistencia
ue la mayora de los maestros
de esta jurisdiccin y la de ln,
supervisores seores Mrlda y
Trujillo, celebrse ayer Impor-
tante reunin centro colabora-
cin Manuel J- Hurtado. En la
escuela de Los Castillos rein la
mayor camaradera, dandi* ios
asistentes muestras de mayor
civismo e inters en los prouc-
ina.s de vital importancia qut se
trataron.
Los ms sinceros elogios me-
recieron las dinmicas maes-
tras de la Escuela de Los Casti-
llos por las delicadas atencio-
nes en todo momento brinda-
ron a los visitantes.
Compenetrado en su mlsiun
el centro se propone conseguir
se le eche piedra al trayecto
entre la carretera central y el
casero y la instalacin del
frvido telefnico en el lu*,ar,
cosa que o acarreara may-tres
gastos al estado, pues el apara-
to est comprado desde hace
tiempo y la comunidad ha enn-
c'ado su mayor cooperacin en
' extensin de linea.
tierras cedidas por la C. L. C.
Ojal se reanuden esas ne-
gociaciones Tiene la palabra el
dinmico Ministro Navarro, no
dudamos aue si l se intere-
sa podr llevar a feliz trmi-
no esa obra y acabar de una
vez por todas con este pro-
blema.
HOY!
La Hija de la Otra'
- con -
|< ruehita Carmen Molini
Carlos Navarro y
Beatrix Agirre
Piensan instalar una
biblioteca pblica en
La Palma, Darin
Segn c munlcaciones recibi-
das de La Palma, tanto por el
Inspector de Educacin como
por la Blbliotecaria, la Biblio-
teca Nacional est en capaci-
dad de informar al pblico el
entusiasmo de esa regln para
convertir en un centro cultu-
ral verdadero la Biblioteca p-
blica.
El 20 de Junio se reuni el
Comit Pro-Biblioteca formado
por el Inspector de Educacin.
Sr. Francisco de J. Pinzn, el
seor Horacio Mel, Sr. Alejan-
dro Castillo, la Blbliotecaria se-
orita Remigia Berro, el seor
Arcadio Escobar, el doctor Juan
B. Carrion y el seor Teouoro
Mndez, para cruzar ideas re-
lacionadas con el mejoramien-
to de dicha Biblioteca, dispo-
niendo todos conseguir un nue-
vo local ms accesible al p-
blico y cuyo alquiler ser pa-
gado por el Municipio de Che-
plgana.
Asimismo se arregel un nue-
vo horario de lectura que be-
neficiar al pblibo y que se
pondra en prctica tan pron-
to se terminen los trabajos de
reacondlclonamiento del nuevo
local para la Biblioteca P-
blica, que actualmente est en
un saln Inaccesible a los lec-
tores, sin comodidades de nln
guna clasi y sin ventilacin.
El Agasajo Al Diputado Mario Porras
Fue apualado en
Quervalo el seor
Mario Rojas, ayer
El Secretario de Gobierno y
Justicia, Don Armando Moreno
G. inform que en la poblacin
de Quervalo, en la Provincia
de Chlriqu. se encuentra en es-
tado agnico el seor Mario
Rojas quien fu apualado a-
-LUX-
Aire-Acondicionado
PROXIMO JUEVES
ESTRENO!
"ESTO QUE ME HACES LO
PAGARAS CON TU
VIDA!"...
Frivola e irresponsable: mala
mujer, fu aquella madre.
Vala en esta pelcula!
JUEVES
"MUJER DE
MEDIANOCHE"
Su destino se defina en cada
trance al filo de la
medianoche!
- con -
Gloria Marn Vctor Juncal
Ernesto Alonso Ktj
Jurado Felipe de Riba
Una vida de amor y aventura
" .en un marco de riqueza y
lujo fastuoso!
.
Una mujer cuyo destino des-
concertante le depara las ms
sorprendentes situacin es!
He aqu dos grficas del aga-
sajo que se le tributal H.D.
Mario Porras, quien en su cali-
dad de suplente del Ministro
de Hacienda y Tesoro, don Vc-
tor Navas, est actuando en la
Asamblea Nacional.
Al agasajo asistieron destaca-
das personalidades de nuestro
mundo poltico, tales romo los
Ministros de Hacienda y Teso-
ro, don Vctor Navas, el de Tra-
bajo, Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica, Ing. Juan de Arco Ga-
lindo y el de Educacin, Ing. Ri-
cardo J. Bermudez. Tambin a-
sistleron el Contralor General
de la Repblica, don Henrique
de Obarrio y los diputados A-
quilino Boyd, Alejandro Gonz-
lez Revilla y Luis R. Morales.
al.s fotos captan dos aspec-
tos del agasajo, en uno de los
cuales vemos a don Ricardo
Arias Espinosa, cuando obse-
quiaba al diputado Porras un
retrato de su padre, don Fran-
cisco Arias Paredes.
yer por Juan Agulrre.
Las causas de este hecho de
sangre se desconocen en el u.o-
mento de preparar esta infor-
macin, pero se tiene, entendido
que las autoridades del Minis-
terio Pblico han iniciado la
investigacin correspondiente y
que el victimario se encuentra
detenido.
Se rene el Centro
de Colaboracin
Manuel Patino
El Centro de Colaboracin Dr.
Manuel Patino, se reunir el
Viernes 29 de Junio en la Escuer
la de Ro "Hato con el fin de
discutir problemas educativos.
En la importante reunin o>l
Centro se develar el retrato
eel educador Dr. Manuel Pati-
no obsequiado por su hijo el
Inteligente Licenciado Helludo-
ro Patino.
Se han invitado para que sis
tan a la reunin del Centro dt
Colaboracin Dr- Manuel Patino
el Ministro de Educacin Inge-
niero Bermudez, el Secretario
del Ministerio de Educacin Li-
cenciado Carlos Ivn 2\iga, y
ti Director de Educacin Fil-
marla Profesor Ovidio A. De
Len.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO" \
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
fulminante dra-
ma pasional, de
enervante sus-
penso... Filmado
contra un fondo
salvaje-!
Pelcula
20th Century
Fox
con
Hugh Marlowe Dean Jagger
Edgar Buchanan
La Mejor Pelcula de
TYRONE POWER!
[jjj^jjjlijj
HOY!
ULTIMO DA!
El alma del Ma-
drid verbenero!
CARMEN
SEVILLA, en
aW'ii.'
LA REVOLTOSA
MAANA!
EXHIBICIN ESPECIAL!
UN SOLO DA!
La historia de una mujer
fra y calculadora, cuya es-
plndida hermosura llev la
tragedla a un hogar hones-
to!...
ROSITA QUINTANA
FERNANDO SOLER, en
SUSANA
Prohibida para Menores!
J3W
TEATROS
PRE5ENTANI
BELLA VISTA :. :***:. t p.m.
HOMANCEI...
ACCIONI.
mWOISMOI..
Tyrone POWER*- Miehelin PRELLE, en
"LA PATRULLA INDMITA"
TEATRO LUX
Un espectculo digna
de monarcas!... Algo
Incomparable 1...
FRED
W-* ASTAIRE
im
, * JANE
POWELL
"bODA REAL"
ES COLORES 1
EN TECNICOLOR I

CENT R A L
WALT DISNEY presenta
LA ISLA DEL
TESORO"
En Tecnicolor!
ACCIN y AVENTURAS 1
rz*L
TEATRO CECILIA
- GRANDIOSO DOBLEI-
Ronald COLMAN Marlene DIETRICH
en "KISMET" (en colores i
Adems: John Wayne. Robert Montfomery
en "FUIMOS LOS SACRIFICADOS"
VARIEDADES
COMIENZA
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
JUEVES
PRESIDENTE
UN ESTRENO QUE PLANTEA
UN PROBLEMA SOCIAL..!
La historia de una bella mujer que vivi engaan-
do y engaada al amparo de su piel blanca, pero
cuando descubri su descendencia de la raza ne-
gra volc su odio contra los blancos!...
MARGA LOPEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO RITA MONTANER
en
"NEGRO ES
MI COLOR"
con FREDDY FERNANDEZ
"EL PICHI"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Un Estupendo Drama del Oeste I
Alexh
SMITH
# Stephen
McNALLY
O Howard
DA SILVA
am'Vv. n
"EL CORREO DE LA
MUERTE"
EN TECNICOLOR!.
TEATRO ENCANTO
a) AIRE-ACONDICIONADO
Sensacional Doble de Accin I
MaeDONALD CAREV
Marta Xoren. en
"El Fantasma del Mar"
- Adems: -
ALEXIS SMITH
Scott Brady, en
"MUJER DE CORAJE"
VARIEDADES
Una cinta humana, sentimental
y romntica1
VICTOR M. MENDOZA
- Virginia Ser ret, en
LA TIENDA de
la ESQUINA'
^TEATRO TIVOLI
Tin-Tan. en
AY AMOR COMO ME
HAS PUESTO"
Lub Agullar. en
"El Seor Gobernador"
____TEATRO IRIS _
Ealher Fernnde. en
"FLOR DE SANGRE"
(Prohibida para Menores)
Pene Iglesias', en
"El Zorro Pierde El Pelo"
HISPANO
Las Hnas. Dolly Prez Prado
y su Orquesta, en
SERENATA en ACAPULCO
Un Desfile de Estrella, en
"AL SON DEL MAMBO"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
3 Grandes Atracciones en n
Programa Simple!
"LA MALDICIN UBANGI'-
- Adems: -
"INDIA HABLA"
Y el Estreno del Corto musical
con Estrellas de color
"MUJER TONTA... .
JEATRO VICTORIA
Johnny Weissmuller. en
"Tarin y las Amaionas"
- Adems: -
Falth Domergue, en
"VENDETTA-
TEA TRO EDISON
Bette DAVIS Ann* BAXTER
- en -
"LA MALVADA
Adems l Lee J Cobb
Jane Wyalt. en
"POR UNA MALA MlJER '
V^ISTERMOSA^
NOCHE DE BANCO I
James Stewart, en
"HARVEY"
Jack Warner, en
L
PACIF ICO
William Holder en
"MI CAMA MITAD"
- Adems; -
Bing Crosby, en
'I1KI. CIELO BAJO
l'NA ESTRELLA"
IDEAL
Johnny Sheffield en
"BOMBA Y LA
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KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
ln/ornir* para esli seccin se reciben en la
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r\eaaccin Social
icMiHs a-n
de EL PANAMAAMER1CA
HORAS: >:N a 1IM a-
apartado 1M
Las elecciones de Francia y su
influencia internacional
Comida en la Embijad
de los E.E. CU.
El Encargado de Negocios de
los Estados Unidos, seor Mu-
rray M. Wise y ora Edith de
Wise ofrecen esta noche una
comida en su residencia en ho-
nor del Senador Olin D. Johns-
ton y seora, quienes se en-
cuentran pasando varios dias en
Panama.
T en El Panam
Para agasajar a la seora Es-
ther N. de Calvo, socia funda-
dora y phmera presidenta del
Club, quien se- encuentra en
nuestra oapilal de paso para
Washington, el Club Interame-
ricano de Mujeres ofrece hoy
un t en 1 Hotel El Panam.
Cernida
El seor Pedro A. Daz y se-
ora Ana Evelina A. de Diaz o-
frecieron anoche una comida en
ia residencia, para despedir al
seor Dnale C. Orefe y seora,
quienes siguen prximamente
para los Estados Unidos.
Festival de las Damas
Uuadalu panas
Las Damas Guadalupanas es-
tn organizando un gran Fes-
tival que tendr lugar el vier-
nes 6 de julio en el Club Unin,
para recoger fondos para obras
benficas. La entrada costar
solamente B.0.50 y habr re-
frescos, juegos, nmeros de va-
riedades, etc.
De Costa Rica
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida a la seora
Carmen A. de Macllvaint, quien
regreso de San Jos en donde
pas una temporada visitando
a sus familiares.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus, de haber pasado va-
rias semanas en los Estados
AGRADECIMIENTO v.
Elvii Carbonell de Young: e Hija
agradecen por este medio, todas las ofrendas florales
y expresiones de condolencia, recibidas por su
reciente duelo, acaecido en la persona de
Henry J. Young;
(. e. y. d.>___________________

MISA
Se dir por el eterno descanso de quien en vida se llam
HENRY i YOUNG,
(q. e. p d.)
n la Iglesia de Santa Ana, el Martes 2S de Junio a las
(:lt a.m. Su esposa, Elvis Carbonell de Young, e hija,
agradecern la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
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saludamos.
Por JAY G. HAYDEN
(N.A.N.A.)
WASHINGTON, junio 25.
Del Interior
Saludamos a la seora Abi-
gail A. de Arlas y a su hija la
seorita Lella Gloria Arlas,
3uienes regresaron de cintr an
onde pasaron el fin de sema-
na.
(EPSi El efecto inmediato capitulen o porque el Occiden-
ms esperanzador de las clec- te se pronuncie en el sentido
clones francesas es el levan- de que es intil continuar las
tamlento del bloqueo en el m- negociaciones.
casi seguro qu la reunin de i Partido Comunista y se ha com-
los delegados terminar rpida-, prometido a volver a hacer '.o
mente, bien porque los rusos mismo si se le llama a dirigir
Farm Colombia
Despedimos al seor John
MacMurray, quien sigue hoy pa-
ra Cali por la via area.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Jos Rogelio Arias
Jr. y seora Vilma E. de Arlas,
quienes celebran en esta fecha
el segundo aniversario de su
matrimonio.
Cumplen hoy aos de casados
el seor Edwin Durllng y seo-
ra Elisa R. de Durllng. Los sa-
ludamos cordialmente.
Advenimiento .
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Miguel Core Jr. y
seora Elida Mercedes Z. de
Core, por el feliz arribo de una
nifiita, ocurrido en el Hospital
Santo Toms.
Abandonan el hospital
Acompaada de su primog-
nita se encuentra de nuevo en
su residencia la seora Ofelina
Ch. de Arlas.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Blanca P. de Alfaro
Sr. Justo Rufino Barrios
Sr. Antonio M. Arias
Nia Rita Moreno Gasteazoro
Rita H. de Beluche
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sr. Juan Antonio Susto
"
VALOR NUTRITIVO
de los platos cocinados
LECHE
Lo Preferid* T.d. I Maod*
blto internacional, que la "ter-
cera fuerza" centrista, que pa-
rece haber fortalecido su con-
trol de gobierno, haba impues-
to por temor a perder el apoyo
de los electores.
La eliminacin de estas ba-
rreras fue cou.enzada a las
veinticuatro horas de haber ce-
rrado los colegios electorales,
al nombrarse a un norteame-
ricano, el almirante Robert B.
Carney, jefe supremo de las
fuerzas aliadas en el sur de
Europa. Dicha seleccin, parti-
cularmen por lo que respecta
; al comando naval del Medite-
rrneo, habla sido tema de ca-
lurosas controversias polticas
en Francia, la Gran Bretaa
e Italia.
Otra cosa que tuvo lugar el
lunes, es de suponer que por in-
fluencia de los resultados ce
las elecciones francesas, fue que
los rusos terminaron con el
hostigamiento del trfico que
tiene lugar entre el este y el
oeste de Berln.
Mientras los rusos hicieron
todo lo posible por respaldar
la tesis de los comunistas fran-
ceses, i'e que un viraje a la
derecha en las elecciones sig-
nificaba la guerra, los partidos
del centro bloquearon todas las
acciones que pudieron ser aco-
gidas por los rusos, como fo-
mentadoras de un conflicto b-
lico.
El desasosiego causado por i1, .p0T ic
lecrimiM franr.ua. -T_ mistad franco-germana.
Puede que sea mucho
importante an el efecto de las
elecciones en las relaciones oc-
cidentales con Alemania. De-
bido a las elecciones que se
aproximaban, los franceses se
resistieron durante un ao a
toda medida dirigida a restau-
rar la Independencia de la Ale-
mania occidental y a fortale-
cer el gobierno" edeeral de la
misma.
Y los alemanes, por no ser
menos, se han rebelado ante
las propuestas de que se re-
armen para ayudar a la defen-
sa de la Europ. occidental,
mientras los franceses, no aban-
donen su exagerado nacionalis-
mo.
De modo semejante, el Plan
Schuman, cuyo propsito es el
de unificar la produccin de
hierro y acero de la Europa oc-
cidental, ha sido detenida por
la falta de disposicin de los
polticos franceses a actuar con
decisin antes de las elecciones,
y por falta de inclinacin de
parte de los alemanes a hacer
concesiones mientras no supie-
ran qu clase de franceses ga-
naran las elecciones.
Cie.-tamente. las elecciones
iranfceesas han fortalecido ia po
slcin del actual Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores, Robert
Schuman, asi como la del eco-
nomista Jean Monnet, orlgina-
dores del Plan Schuman y pro-
Donentes por lo general de la
el gobierno.
La primera oportunidad para
formar un gabinete despus de
ms las elecciones le tocar induda-
blemente al actual Primer Mi-
nistro, Henri Queuille, espe-
rndose que tenga xito por el
momento en rehacer gustan-
(talmente la combinacin gu-
bernamental de socialistas, re-
publicanos populares y radica-
les, tal como existe ahora.
las elecciones francesas es prin-
cipalmente responsable de la
prolongacin de las charlas In-
tiles entre los delegados de los
Ministros de Relaciones Exte- nes, indica que", se fortalecer
En cambio en la alineacin
poltica de los partidos fran-
ceses, causado por las eiecclo-
mular una agenda para las dis-
cusiones tntre Rusia y los Tres
Grandes Occidentales, o sea los
Estados Unido, Francia y la
Gran Bretaa. El gobierno fran-
cs decididamente no qaci-'.c.
que una conferencia de esa
naturaleza diese comienzo an-
tes de las elecciones del do-
mingo, pero le tema ms a .a
reaccin popular de Jos fran-
ceses que a un rompimiento
con los rusos.
Pasadas las elecciones.
ta a la alianza occidental con-
tra el comunismo. Los comu-
nistas franceses no slo per-
dieron casi la mitad de sus es-
caos en el Parlamento, sino
la acrecentada representacin
de los partidos derechistas,
compuesta de los seguidores
del General De Gaulle y de la
llamada "cuarta fuerza." enca-
bezada por Edouard Daladier.
es. ante todo, antlcomunista.
Cuando era primer ministro
es en 1939, Daladier proscribi el
ATENCIN! ATENCIN!
Hemos hallado en nuestros estudios de la REO PANAMERI.
CANA, UN DIARIO, perteneciente, coa seguridad, a alguna visi-
tante de nuestros programa*; La persona interesada puede pasar
a recogerlo, mediante identificacin, en horas laborables y en
nuestras oficinas de la propia emisora, sita n la calle H, No. $7,
altos del diario El Panam Amrica. Como se trata de nn docu-
mento personal, debe ser recogido por la dama interesada.
Pero el poder de hostigar un
gobierno de esta naturaleza ha
pasado de los comunistas y so-
cialistas de Izquierda a los gru-
pos del General De Gaulle y
de Daladier. Si los componen-
tes de la "tercera fuerza" rl-
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BEKTONCINI
Tel. 4SS Aptdo 1*04
prximo que ocurra sea la cons-
titucin de un gobierno que
eche a los socialistas de Iz-
quierda a cambio de los segui-
dores de Daladier y quiz de
algunos degaullistas. A juzgar
por los discursos que pronun-
ci durante la campaa elec-
toral, podra suceder que Dala-
dier nombrase la supresin del
Partido Comunista como precio
fien entre sf-y cuando, esto' > Participacin en el go-
uceda es probable que lo olerno________________________
NANA GOLLNER Y PAUL PETROFF2
Con su Conjunto de Ballet Imperial actuaran
en el Teatro Nacional de Panam
felicitacin
El dia 21 de los corrientes
sum un ano mas de vida el
niito Vicente Rosana, hijo
del seor Vicente Rosania y
seora Hilda C. de Rosania.
Aunque algo tarde le hacemos
llegar al pequeo Vicente nues-
tras felicitaciones.
En el dia de ayer celebr sus
natales la seora doa Thelma
Nana Gollner y Paul Petroff
Van Kwartel de Morales, espo-json, sin lugar a dudas, una de
sa del seor don Pedro Mora- 1"* parejas del baile clsico ms
les. A las muchas felicitaciones sobresalientes de nuestros das.
que haya recibido con tal mo-
tivo unimos las nuestras muy
cordiales.
Aniversario de matrimonio
El hogar de don 3. P. Villani
Alandete y seora doa Mara
Luisa Fernndez de Villani, su-
m en el dia de ayer un ao
ms de unin matrimonial. Por
este medio le hacemos llegar
nuestro carioso saludo.
bolo
Contribuya usted con su bo-
lo a la Cruz Roja colonense.
El dia 31 de los corrientes de
2 a 6 p. m. En los salones del
Club de Extranjeros se llevar
a cabo un juego de canasta pa-
ra recoger fondos a beneficio
J de esta Institucin. Asista Vd.
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Via Espaa No. 1 Telfono 3-1073


on
\ukero
EN
AVB.CENTRAL vCALLE 21 E.1TELS.2-1830
Y 2-1833
La Red Panamericana
[PRONTO! MUY PR0NTR0!
Cumpleaos de hoy
El nio Miguel A.' Mndez, hi-
jo del hogar de don Miguel A.
Mndez y seora doa Felicia
de Mndez, celebra hoy sus
natales. Hasta David, Chlrlqui,
en donde reside el pequeo
Miguel le hacemos llegar nues-
tras felicitaciones de cumple-
aos.
Cumpleaos de maana
Queremos ser los primeros en
presentar nuestro ms cordial
saludo al seor D oc t o r Ly.na
Young, quien en el da de ma-
ana celebra el aniversario de
su nacimiento.
?ED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Han actuado con el Ballet
Ruso del coronel De Basil, con
el Ballet Theatre de Nueva
York, con el New York City
Ballet Company y como artis-
tas Invitados con el Sadler's
Wells Company de Londres.
Nana Gollner es la nica bai-
larina norteamericana que 11c-
dad; ha sido conocido como el'H
mejor intrprete, desde Nijins-
ky, del famoso ballet "El espec- j
tro de la rosa".
VTdo?dores.
Nana Gollner y Paul Petroff
contrajeron matrimonio en 1942,
en Mxico, y tienen ahora un 2
hijo, Paul "junior", de 5 aos
de edad.
Estos dos famosos bailarines"
han formado en la actualidad
su propia compaa, que lleva M
g a ser primera bailarina en el nombre de Ballet Ruso Impe-
el lnternaclonalmente famoso
Ballet Russe. Naci en Tejas y
es hija de un Ingeniero cons-
tructor. Las primeras actuacio-
nes profesionales de Nana Goll-
ner fueron realizadas en la pro-
duccin "El sueo de una no-
che d Verano". Posteriormente,
pas a formar parte del Ame-
rican Ballet. El ascenso fu r-
pido y muy pronto lleg a ocu-
par el puesto de primera bai-
larina en el Ballet Ruso de Ba-
sil.
Paul Petroff est considerado
como uno de los ms finos bai-
larines clsicos da-4a actuall-
rlal. El repertorio de este con- -
Junto abarca obras como: "Gi-
selle". "El lapo de los cisnes",
Chez Maxim", "Proscenio",...
"Destino", y otros.
Nana Gollner y Paul Petroff^
primeros bailarines del Metro--,
poli an de Nueva York, con su?
con/unto de ballet, harn su J
presentacin en el teatro Nacio-
nal, el prximo Viernes por la *
noche. Las boletos estn en '
venta en el Conservatorio de--'
esta ciudad.
Hay gran entusiasmo por ver-,
a estas primerisimas figuras del
ballet clsico.
AH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
DfJkiosas y fortificantes
HOJUEIAS DE AVENA 3-NUNUT0S
En todo I mundo los nioi prefieren Ui
Hojuelas de Avem 3-Minutos. Yc> asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusts su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase usird tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
^tlFaU ''
f
fe.1
II toque da gala
para su rastra
m 1 POND'S
Bag y pelves... {todo an una!
6 exquisitos matices.
Una mota en cada caja.
I Facilsimo do aplicar! No requiere agua-no
mancha los dedos. Angel Face no se reseca. Se aplica
con la mota que trae y deja un acabado aterciopelado.
Duro mucho ms quo los polvo! Esc acabado uniforme,
exquisito, que dura tanto en el rostro, se debe a una razn
especial. Angel Face contiene un ingrediente "adhesivo"
que es parte integrante de este maquillaje tan divino.
I No se drrama en la bolsa o la ropa! jQu delicia es llevar
ngel Face de Pond's! Tan ntido y tan perfecto para un
rpido retoque-dondequera que est, en cualquier momento.
jm


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2953. __________________________I
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento chico, I
servicio sanitario no independiente. I
Informacin: Calle Juan B. Sosa
4, Apto. A.
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento peque- |
o o persona sola matrimonio, j
Avenida Central 115. Informes:)
Miguel, 10 i 4 p.m. oltos.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendiente de 2 recmaras, situado
en Carrasquilla. Colle del Teatro
Edn 102-A.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento una re-
cimorq. Colle 52 No. 18. Infor-
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE NECESITA: -, Empleoda oficios
generales; dormir en empleo. Ba-
rriada Vista Hermoso No. 623, Tal.
2-0880.
SE VENDE: Juego comedor. Precio
razonable. Lime 3-2765.
SE VENDE:Juego de recimoro cao-
ba 5 piezos, radio General Electric
modelo mesa. Pedro Miguel 185-C,
Tel. 5766 Pedro Miguel.
SE VENDE: Comedor cosi nuevo,
estonio de caoba nuevo, eftonte y
cuna de baby. Baratsimo. Calle 52
No. 8, Apto I.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora 7 pies,
venecianos, toldos paro porch, cu-
nos y otros artculos de casa. Coble
Heights 3002. Ancn.
SE VENDE:Motivo viaje en magn-
ficos condiciones, un juego come-
dor, juego di recimoro, una estufa
4 quemodores. un estante paro ni-
os, buen precio. Ocrrase: Colle
i 33 No. 34 (bajos).
SE ALQUILA
__________Casa_________
SE ALQUILA:Chalet 2 racimaros,
servicio, sala comedor, cocina
cuarto empleodo con servicio, go-
rage. Belsono Porras 164. Tel
3-1465.
SE NECESITA:Mujer seria y hon-
rada poro lavar y planchar, debe
dormir en el empleo. Calle 38 Este
No. 10. .
SE NECESITA:Empleada responsa-
ble, debe dormir en el trabajo. Ave.
Cuba No. 58, Apto. 7.
SE NECESITA:Empleado responso-
ble y seria que duerma en casa.
Calle B No. 16, familia Pereiro.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda poro ofi-
cios domsticos, debe dormir en ca-
sa. Calle la. Perry Hill No. 14,
Apto 8.
SE NECESITA
General
NECESITAMOS: Uno Secretario
que sepa espool e ingls. Dirigir-
se Avenido Central 39. Tel. 2-
3048. Ponam.
SE ALQUIL..:Locol pora oficino.
ornba del Tootro Central.
SE ALQUILA: Propio pora oficina
en Avenida Cuba 14. Llame en el
dio 2-0825 y en lo noche 3-1815,
'Sita. Arias.
I
|SE NECESITA:Fotgrafo, experien-
cia en cimora Tipo Prenso. Propa-
ganda. S. A. Calle 16 Este No. 2,
4-5 p.m.
SE ALQUILA:Locol apropiado ne-
gocio. residencio. Barrio Mercodo.
] Ocurro rsor.almente ofic:na Ave.
' Norte 6.
SE ALQUILA:Locol muy omplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ro taller, depsito o garage. Para
nformes llame al telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILALocal en Colle 3o. No.
I 5. Ocurra o mismo lugar o llame
ol telfono 3-1147.
SE NECESITAN:Jvenes de ombos
sexos con experiencia en ventas y
de bueno presencia. Americon Pro-
tection. Ave. Central 47, Apto. 23
oitos Panomi y Ave. Balboa y
Calle 6 Areno de Coln, Coln.
SE VENDE
Automviles
PLAZAS DE
TOROS
LUX y CECILIA
GRANDES CORRIDAS
TULIO s AL 9.
I
CON LOS
"TOROS BRAVOS"
Lidiado por los Torero
inaf diedros del mundo!
aWMMMMMM
SE VENDE: Jeep en magnficos
condiciones. Infrmese con Pedro
Maynrga en la Ave. "A" No. 1 I 7
(Antiguo Servicio Deon).
SE VENDE:Pontiac "8". 1949, Se-
dan de 4 puertas, radio. B. 1.650,
derechos pagos. Tel. 2984 Bolboo,
SE VENDE:Willys 1947 comioneta.
Buenos condiciones. Derechos po-
godos. Va Espaa 58, Apto. B.
Aproveche.
SE VENDE: Una ruedo paro Ply-
mouth 1939 con Monta "Miehelin*'
en buenos condiciones, B, 12.00.
Mercurio, Avenido Central 141,
Ponami.
SE VENDE:Ford 1940 Club Coupe,
llantas, batera, meffle. bomba,
etc. Completamente nuevos, precio
B.300. Central 191. Tel. 2-0106.
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet est.
co. modelo 1941 en muy buenos
condiciones. Valo Estacin Valds.
Ave, A, No. 117.
SE VENDEBuick Supe/ Convertible
Cynoflow 1949. motor, llantos, pin-
tura, tapicera y capota en exce-
lantes condiciones Precio de oco-
sin. Almacn La Mueco, Ave.
Central 79 A,
MISCELNEA
Aviso a los Contratistas
Utt Unido
DMrUm-nft> *. la Inttriar
Oficina It Terrrtorioa
Washington, D. C.
XI Ingeniero *) Distrito pra la. lB.
Us Vrgnta, OapsrUMSnt 4* lo Int-
rlor. r. O. Box No. 47, It. Thomas.
UUa V.rftacs, racibfri proputa Ua sa-
lladas hasta Iss dos da la Urda, Hora
Oficial t! Atlntico, dal 27 da Julio da
ltsl, para la construccin da la alg-uan-
la obra an St. latin, Islas Vira-anas, qus
comprende aproximadamente las .fultn-
t*>s cantidades de las mayores partidas:
PROYECTO NO. 13-104 FAC1ULADES
DE AGUA POTABLE EN ST. JOHN.
ISLAS VRGENES
2,700 yds. cuadradas de Pavimento da
Concreto para desarue da S pulgada
de eapasor.
850 pen linalas ds crea y paredes de
concreto para desafia.
1 e/u Rtstrva de concreto con capa-
cidad para 100,000 galonea.
1 c/u Reserva da concreto con capacidad
para ,000 galonea
B00 pies linalas de tubera da hierro
fundido U" a I"').
En la hora, fecha y lugar citado arri-
ba, las propuestas aeran abiertas pu-
blirsmente > laidas en vos sita. Las
propueataa quo se reciban despuee da la
hora de rierre de la licitacin sern de-
vueltas sin abrir.
8a reserva el derecho, al el Inters del
Gobierno aaf lo exige, de rechasar cual-
Quiera o todas las propuestas; da paasr
por sito cualquier propuesta, a menos
que el contratista habilito tal propues-
ta por limitacin pacifica. En caso que
todas laa propaeatas aaan rechasadas.
el Gobierno podr por lo tanto adoptar
cualquiera de los procedimientos auto-
risadoa, tales como abrir una nueva li-
citacin, negociar eon loo contratistas
rebasados y otroa. o el aplanamiento
del proyecto. El Gobierno tambin se
reaerva el derecho de otorgar los con-
tratos psra las facilidades da agua de
Crux Bay o laa facilidades da agua de
Bordeaux, o ambas facilidades d agua,
cualquiera que sean las mejoras intere-
sea de Estados Unldoa.
Los planos y especificaciones y tros
documentoa para al propueat* contrato
se encuentran abiertos para la Inspec-
cin pblica en la Oficina dal Ingenie-
ro dtl Distrito, para laa Islas Vfrgenea.
en Thomas G. lfooney. Charlotte Ama-
lie, St. Thomas, lalss Virgenes; en R
I, Kenan y Asociados, Ingenieros Con-
sultores. Bell Building, Montgomery
Alabama; en al Departamento da Co-
mercio No. 2 de Estados Unidos, Campo
de la Administracin de Reconstruccin
de Puerto Rico. Edificio N, Baa Juan.
Puerto Rico; Lester al. hfarx. Asistente
Especial del Director. Cuarto 1711, Edi-
ficio de la Interior. Waahington 25.
D. C.: Oficina del AGC. lili Cangreai
Building. Miami 12. Florida: Builders'
Exchange, 4 Northeast sth Street.
Miami. Florida; y F. W. Dodge Corpora-
tion. 11 W. 40th Street, New York, N.
Y.
Ua juega da esos documentos podr
ser obtenido en cualquiera de lee dos
primera* oficinas mencioaadaa arriba,
previo depaito de 120.00 por cheque
certificada, pagadero a los Estadoa Unl-
doa de Amrica, los qua aeran reembol-
sados a loa contratistas que sometan
propuestas, cuando devuelvan los planoa
y especificaciones en buenas condiciones,
dentro de aiata dlaa despus de la fe-
cha en qua ea abran las propueataa.
A loa contratistas que obtengan los
planos y sspccificacionea previo pago de
loa 120.00. y que no sometan propuestas.
sa les devolvern 911.0* siempre y
cuando qua regresan stos dentro de
siete dras despus de la fecha en que
sa abran las propuestas. No se har
ningn reembolso despaa da esa feoha.
Cada propuesta deber ser acompaa-
da por un bono de aaguridad en une
cantidad no manar del I por cieato de
la propuesta tota).
El contratista triunfador tendr que
entregar un bono de ejecucin en una
cantidad Igual al 100 por ciento dad pre-
cio del contrato, y un bono de pato
en un eastidad Igual al 100 por ciento
del praclo del contrato, loo qua cubrirn
la completa ejecucin del contrata y el
pago para la mano da obra y materia-
.ea.
r.'inanna prepuesta podr eer retirada
da .' il* la Lora y fecha del cierre
' i i el iv !m> da las misases, sino er
.a i < v de 30 d'".
LESTER M. MARX
Oficial Coatratista
O.Lina da Territories
SE ALQUILA:En El Cangrejo, callo
O, cerco del Hotel "El Panam",
aportamento que consiste en alo-
comedor y dos recimoro* y tu ga-
roge independiente. La ceta he
sido recientemente terminado. Ocu-
rra i la Calle del Estudiante No.
124, oltos Sro. de Russo.
PERDIDO
PERDIDO: Perra "Basar" macha,
amara "Caarrea." Gratificacin
Tal, I-2S71.
MISCELNEA
Experto en colocacin de tejas, eli-
minacin de goteras. Oficina Tal.
3-3450. Residencia 3-1308.
ATENCIN! Resuelva sus proble-
mos espirituoles escuchando EL
MENSAJERO BAUTISTA todos los
sbados o las 7:30 p.m. en la
Radioemisora "La Voz del Istmo',
760 Kc.
Aviso a los Contratistas
Estados Una.,
Deaartemeate de le Interier
Oficina de Teri+rerfee
Washington, D. C.
El In,rni.ro dal Distrito para laa li-
la, Vlrranas. Dapartam.nto da la Inta-
rior, T. O. Box No. 47. St Thomaa.
Illaa Vlrajanea, recibir propueataa ta-
llada! haita la, do, d. la tarda. Hora
Oficial d.l Atlatico, d.l Z4 d. Julio
da l."il. para la construccin d. loa al-
ful.nt.ii hospiulaat
PROYECTO NO. Sl-lll Construccin
da na Dlap.niario d. Staldd Pblica d
4 cama, an St. John. lila. Vircani,
PROYECTO NO a-IOl (Jl Construc-
cin a un Ho.plul Ganeral da 12
cana, an Fradarikited, St. Crolx, ]- j
laa Vrame
PROYECTO NO. 11-1*1 (MConstruc-
cin da un Hospital General d. *0 j
cama, an Christianst.d, St. Croix, Is- j
lat Vfra.n.s.
PROYECTO NO. (1-101Construccin I
da un Hospital General de 11( carnes
an Charlte Amalia, St. Thomas, Islas
Vrgenes.
En la hora, fecha y laatar citado, arri-
ba, las propuestas sern abiertas pdbll*
eamenta j leldss an roa alu. T pro.
puestas que se reciban deapns de la
hora da cierre da la licitacin, aerin
devueltas aln abrir.
la reserva el derecho, el el Inters del
Gobierno asi lo exlg., de rechaiar cnal-
auiera o todaa las propuestas: da pasar
por alto cualciulre Informalidad en las
propuestas recibidas: y de aceptar o re-
chasar cualquiera a todos los srtlculoe
de cualquier propueata. a manoa que el
contralla!* habilita Ul propueata por li-
mitacin especifica. En eaao que todas
laa propueataa sean reehesadas. el Go-
bierno podr por lo tanto adoptar cual-
quiera de loa procadimi.ntoe autnrita-
doa. tale, como abrir una nueva licita-
cin, netoclar con loa eetratiataa re-
chasadoa y otros, o al aplacamiento del
proyecto El Gobierno tambin ae reser-
va al darecho da otorgar loa contratos
para los varios proyectos aa la basa de
la propuesta bsica n por la adopcin de
uno o todas las "Alternativa, Deducl-
hles\ cualquiera qua aaan Vea mejores
Intereaee de los Estadoa Unidos.
Loa planoa v aanaelfleaclones y ntrs |
doeumentaa para al propuesto contrato.
s. encuentran ablartoa para la Inspec-1
clon vbliea an la Oficina del Ingeniero
del Distrito para laa Islaa Vrgenes,
Thomas G Mooney. Cnarlotle Amalle
St. Thomas. Islas Vlrgenee: M A. Djer
fompeny. 14 School Street. "oatnn
Mass.: I-ester M. Man. Aelatente Ea-
pedal del Director. Coarto 1711. Edi-
felo de lo Interior. Waahington 16 D.
C.: Departamento da Comercio No. t de
Erftados Unidos. Campo de la Admlnla-
trscl.'.n de Reeonatrucein de Puerto Ri-
co. Edificio N. Sen Juan. Puerto Rico:
Oficina del AGC. lili Congreaa Ruildlng.
Miami 11. Florida: Bclldera Exchange.
4* NF. Clh Street. Miami. Florida: y
F. W. Dodge Corporation. 11* West
4*th Street. New York. N. Y.
Un Juea-n de esoa documentos podra
s*r obtenido en cualquiera de la< tres
prineeraa oficinas mencionadas arriba.
previa depsito da It*.SO. por cheque
certificado, pagadero a los Estados Un-
do, da Amrica, loa aaa aeran reembol-
sadoa a loa contratistas cuando devuel-
van loa planos y especificaciones en
buenas condiciones, dentro 1* late dlaa
rlespua da la feeba en que aa abran las
propuestas.
Cada propuesta deber ear acompa-
ada por un bono da aogarldad en una
cantidad no menor del por ciento de
la propuesta total.
Da acuerdo con la apropiacin dis-
ponible, la adjudicacin era hecha so-
bra ano. cualquiera, e aodoa loa edificio,
(on e> sin las alternativas dadactiblea es-
pecificada* aa laa documentoa de coa-
trato
Los eontratlstaa trlastfaderaa tendrn
que entregar bonos da ejecucin en ana
cantidad Igual al 1*1 por ciento del pre-
cio del contrato y bono, da pago en une
cantidad Igual al 100 por atento del pra-
clo del controto, laa 9** cubrirn la
completa ejecucin del contrato y el pa-
go era la m-.no da obra y material**
N:n~na propueata podr ser retirada
de na de la hora y fecha de cierre
era rl --- i'o de las mismas, sino en un
teriodtr-'ir 41 dlaa.
LESTER M. MARX
Oficial fnntrali.ta
, Ofician da Territorioe
GUIA
COMERCIAL
RINDE MAS. .
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
Df venta en
LA BYZKAYNA
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en ni caca o
en el carro.
Tenemos un rts surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 27
Tel. 3-014*
ACERO
DE REFUERZO
EN BARRAS
(en todos los tamaos)
PLATINAS
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Telo. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calla II Kale N*. 4 Tel. 226**
Felpa para fechos
. Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Saln De Belleza Lola
Expertas Operarlas
Precios Razonables
Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel. 3-171$
EL PRESIDENTE DE LA REPBLICA, Don Alcibiades Arosemena. fu agasajado por los miem-
bros del Club de Equitacin, al cual l tambin pertenece, durante el da de ayer, en na seto
de (ran cordialidad. La foto que reproducimos recoge el momento en que el Presidente depar-
ta con sus amigos en la gallera del Club. A su lado se encuentran don Samuel Lewis, don J. J.
Vallarino y don Carlos Eleta. *
Se estudia Plan
trabajar con un presupuesto que responda a la rea-
lidad fiscal de la Repblica.
El Contralor Obarrio se manifest optimista
al referirse a las rentas' del fisco y declar que 'el
ao de 1951 baba arrojado al Tesoro entradas ms
alentadoras. Por ejemplo, en abril de 1951, las ren-
tas nacionales produjeron B/ .600.000.00 ms que en
abril del 50 y en may de este ao, poca de crisis
poltica, las rentas fiscales comparadas con las de
mayo de 1950, fueron de B/ .250.000.00 ms, en fa-
vor de este ao.
Oficialmente
el Octavo Ejrcito est en Co-
'rea para "llevar a cabo su mi-
sin militar" sin dejarse per-
turbar por rumores de paz.
En Tokio, la actitud oficial
era una "esperar y ver". Las
luces estuvieron encendidas riu-
ante toda la noche en el Cuar-
tel General Supremo del Gtnt-
ral Rldgway.
Gran alarma
este no es el primer caso aue
ocurre por all!, ya que el do-
mingo pasado fu capturado un
individuo que trataba de nie-
terse en otra casa.
Todo parece Indicar que el
mtodo usado por los maleantes
ahora es el de enviar chiquitos
a las diferentes casas dizque a
pedir comida, para enterarse si
hay gente o no, y entonces ha-
cer de las suyas.__________
PERSIANAS **'
PORRAS
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 1-3097 Panam
.PLANCHAS
ALEMANAS
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Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y T x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Presta a Ecuador
$500,000.00 el
'Export & Import'
WASHINGTON, Junio 25 (UP)
El "Import and Export Bai'.K'
anunci que ha autorizado un
crdito de 500 mil dlares pava
Ecuador con destino a obras d
leconstruccln del servicio de a-
guas corrientes de Ambato que
tanto daos sufri en el terre-
moto de "1949.
La Directiva del banco cita-
dla otros crditos para la re-
construccin de vanas ciudades
ecuatorianas ms afectadas por
aquel sismo.
El banco aadi que se e<.n
realizando estudios tcnicos so-
bre otros proyectos. Entre ellos
est el dala construccin de li-
na central hldro-elctrica en el
lio Verde cerca de Ambato y el
sistema de almacenaje y lim-
pieza de cereales para dicha
regln.
Asimismo el banco Inform
que est haciendo un "estudio
urgente" de una solicitud t
prstamos de un milln de do-
lares para ampliar las Instala-
ciones de los aeropuertos de
Quito y Guayaquil. El Goblorno
de Ecuador desea hacer el aero-
puerto de Quito accesible a a-
vlones cuatrimotores y volver a
pavimentar y alargar las pis.as
de aterrizaje de Guayaquil.
La junta tie
Sigue procedimiento
persecucin.
Se hacen los acostumbrados
cargos de "conspiracin" con
violacin de las "disposiciones
monetarias", con e! acostumbra-
do Intento de implicar a la le-
gacin americana en Budapest
y las conocidas "concesiones"
que la polica secreta hngara
ha tenido amplia oportunidad
de extraer a las victimas.
Los casos del obispo Ordass, el
cardenal Mlndszenty y el arzo-
bispo Groesz se combinan todos
para demostrar claramente el
modelo de la represin comunis-
ta. Los que viven en libertad
y bajo un sistema justo y tico
de ley reconocern la actual
tendencia de Hungra en lo que
exactamente es: una continua-
cin de los esfuerzos para aca-
biar con todos los eiemento.1 hu
manos que no se someten al ser-
vilismo del rgimen y un in-
tento parf destruir la influen-
cia moral de la iglesia."
Funcionarios de la
berian Iniciar negociaciones pa-
ra el cese de fuego y un armis-
ticio que estipule el retiro mu-
tuo de sus fuerzas del Para-
lelo 38.
Digenes de la Rosa
menzado a trabajar en la organi-
zacin del Primer Centenario v
dentro de algunos dias efectua-
r una reunin para discutir las
recomendaciones v sugestiones
sobre el plan de flnanclamlento
de estas festividades.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
mao cdula.
Los miembros de la Junta son
los siguientes:
Elias Cordoba, Toms A. Cu-
pas, Julio E. Clement, Herm-
genes de la Rosa, Humberto Pa-
ssano, Luis E. Quizado, Panta-
len Henrlquez Bernal, Bonifa-
cio Hernndez, Gabriel Lewis
Gallndo, Ricardo M .Lince, Ar-
mando Moreno G. Olga Moreno
G., Roberto Nez, Libertarlas
Patino, Carlos M. Pretelt, De-
metrio Quintero, Lorenzo Sn-
chez Galn. Carlos Sol Bosh,
Moiss Torrljos H Julio I. 8a-
chrlsson y Carlos Ivn Ziga. .
i
La Convencin
la defensa de varias de las mo
clones que se presentaron
Tambin hicieron uso de !
palabra, el seor Gil Blas Tc-
jeira en representacin del PNR
y Homero Velasquez en repre-
sentacin del PRI.
Una delegacin formada por
los convencionales, Pantaloon'
Henriquez Bernal, Nicanor Vi-
lialaz y Jos Encarnacin BrtUi-
dao informaron al Presidente o
la Repblica de la instalacin
de la Convencin; ms tarde,
fu declarado Presidente Hono-
rario d la Convencin, gesto
o.ue agradeci el Jefe cel
Fctado en nota enviada a los
convencionales.
El nuevo directorio del PPA
qued Integrado de la maniera
siguiente: Miguel ngel Ord.-
ez, Jos Manuel Vrela, Ral
de Roux, Ral D. Berbey, Ma-
nuel Virgilio Patino, Buenaven-
tura Rodrguez, M., Jos Pezct,'
Vctor M. Villalobos, Leoriol'-e
H. Mazzola, limn Vega, Jo>
Domingo Soto, J. A. Bquerlro
Jr., Emiliano Ponce J., Luis E-
duardo Quizado, Aurelio Guar-
dia, Alvaro Abel Alvarez, Pan-
taen Henrlquez Bernal, Gus-
tavo Arosemena, Octavio Duran,
Bernardina M. de Angulado.
Federico Sagel, Pllnio Vrela,
Absaln Pinzn, Sebastin KSo
y Jos E Quizado.
a 'ii
La controversia
de las relaciones Colombo-Pe-
ruanas: "Es pues un buen co-
mienzo de esta nueva etapa el
cambio de lenguaje y todos for
muamos votos porque la buenas
palabras conduzcan a los bue-
nos hechos".
El Tiempo de Junio ai publica
este concepto editorial: "La
sentencia que acaba de pronun-
ciar la Corte Internacional Justicia representa sin duda al-
guna un gran triunfo para Co-
lombia y pac la Amrica La-
tina.
Para Colombia porque su te-
sis de que les refugiados polti-
cos no pueden ser entregado* us
aceptada y aplicada en el caso
del seor Haya de la Torre; pa-
ra la AmrlcR Latina porque )>
sentencia admite la existencia
del derecho Internacional Ame-
ricano, reconoce el derecho 8
asilo y consagra como obligato-
ria la prctica americana de la
no entrega de los asilados pj-
Uticos".
CAMIONETA
WILLYS JEEP
de 4 y S cilindros
* La ms econmica,
fuerte y prctica
para cualquier uso.
ca. cyrnos,
S.A.
Agencia Nash-Willys



tTJNES, JUNIO S. MSI
14 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEFRNDIENTR
PAfilNA STETR
"--------------- ----------- -------------------------------------
Los Trotamundos De Harlem y El All Star
Ofrecen Exhibicin De Basketball Esta Noche
En el primer
juego chocarn
Operten y Crdenas
Esta noehe tendr lugar la se-
gunda presentacin de loa Tro-
tamundos de Harlem y All Stars
en el Gimnasio Nacional, con
un atractivo programa.
La funcin segn se ha anun-
ciado, comenzar a las 7.30 p.
m., con el Juego-femenino entre
los equipos loealea Operten y
Crdenas, donde las soderas lu-
charn para mantener su Invic-
to y seguir solas en el coman-
do del torneo, mientras que las
pupilas de crdenas se empe-
arn en lograr puntuacnn.
Despus vendr el partido de
exhibicin entre los Trotamun-
dos v All Stars donde los more-
nos de Harlem ofrecern sus ha-
bilidades en el dominio del pa-
ln.
Tambin se presentarn esta
noche actos musicales y de ma-
labarismo.
Se ha Informado que las en-
tuadas numeradas y entraga ge-
neral se ha aumentado en cin-
cuenta centavos, pero no se ha
dado la razn de esto, ya que las
entradas de cortesa son muv
limitadas, y an con la prensa
deportiva se han mostrado un
poco mezquinos los miembros de
la Federacin o encargados de
este espectculo._______
Figuras conocidas
del boxeo amateur
pelean el jueves
Otra funcin bastante atrac-
tiva brindar el prximo Jueves
la Comisin de Boxeo amateur
local y en la cual se presentaran
destacadas figuras de estas fi-
las.
Sin lugar a dudas, este pro-
grama debe resultar Interesan-
te, ya que varios de los pgiles
son bien conocidos por los fa-
nticos por sus habilidades den-
tro de las cuatro cuerdas.
El programa completo es el
siguiente:
Ivn Martn vs. Daniel Brath-
waite. 118 libias4 asaltos.
Rodolfo Pedroza vs. V. Valen-
tine, 118 libras4 asaltos.
Luis Garcia vs. Roy Langford,
128 libras4 asaltos.
Chico Anderson vs. B. Ramos.
130 libras4 asaltos.
Luis Rodrguez vs. W. Brath-
walte. 135 libras4 asaltos.
El Selecta conauist
el lomeo del ftbol
infantil de Barraza
.El Selecta conquist el Torneo
del Ftbol Infantil de Barraza
que dirige Tem Molina, con los
resultados del sbado pasado
donde el Selecta se impuso al
Guayaquil por 2 tantos a 0. y
Santander y Tauros empataron a
cero goles.
En el segundo lugar termina-
ron empatados Fuerte 25 e Inde-
pendiente, y estos dos oncenos
Jugarn entonces el prximo s-
bado en la Urde en la cancha de
Barraza en disputa de esa posi-
cin.
Los Trofeos a los ganadores y
premios a los jugadores destaca-
do* se entregarn el sbado 7 de
Julio en una ceremonia especial
y en esa fecha se medirn el Se-
lecta y un Combinado de la Liga.
Excelentes Demostraciones De
Basketball Ofrecieron Anoche
-
Los Trotamundos y All Star
Los famosos conjuntos de Bas-
ketball "Trotamundos de Har-
lem" y "AH Stars" de los Estados
Unidos, debutaron anoche con
excelentes presentaciones en el
Gimnasio Nacional y obtuvieron
amplios y fciles triunfos sobre
sus rivales.
En el primer encuentro del
programa el All Stars le gan al
Bam pos 73 a 47. Loa norteame-
ricanos con un Juego preciso y
con ms tcnica, conocimientos
y experiencia, sacaron suficien-
te ventaja desde el primer tiem-
po para asegurarse la victoria,
demostraron excelente pulso en
los tiros largos, asi como en los
fouls, donde escasamente falla-
ron dos tiros.
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
HOY LUNES
r.M.
S:M El Hijo Perdido
dramatlzacin, cortesa
Avena Quaker
3:45 Conjunto Mayo
de Rene Santos
4:M Noticiero "Perelra"
4:15 Dedicatorias
: Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valds
6:15 Kerhna la Cancionera
sentimental.
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
Dramatlzacin R.P.A.
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Flavlo Garca
acompaa Lucho Muo*
cortesa Floristera Valvn
7:06 Lucho Azerraga
y tu rgano
Cortesa Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 MI Marido. Dramatlzacin
cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor.
Dramatlzacin. Cortesa
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
1:00 Genoveva
Novela dramatizada
Cort. almacenes La Aurora
1:15 La Voz Baja
con Anita Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30 Msica Espaola
.8:46.Intermedio de Saln
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas.
Dramatlzacin.
Cortesa de Casa Angelini
9:15.Serenata de Las Americas
Con Sols y Gmez
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Francia y su Msica
10:15 Grandes Artistas
10:30 Dramatlzacin B.B.C.
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
Los Medias Blancas Estn a
Slo Un Juego De Los Yanquis
GASES EN EL
ESTMAGO
recama caso r palpita-
nenia son causado*
pon los eases
r* Bralo ocasionad por fas
en al aStmaao no solo produce
ntui'u r ran mtlMttr, elno qu*
ruultt perjudicial an mucaa ca-
neo
Si deeoua do comer el estomaco
o alante InOaraadu o har uaa ssn-
aa.-16a de preelon. dificultad al
reeplrar j dolor an la r16n del
corases, M puede decir que la
cides del aatomao ate creando
aaa qae al aacendar hace preelon
contra, el oaraaori. tala eo fre-
ouentioaanta la re ion de la difi-
cultad en le rapiraclnn y loe)
inM deloree qae a* sleatss.
Sea. la peraona torea o tntrada
en lili, la fermaelta de su en el
eatomaqTe ea na alntoma penoao
IB* demanda lampa tata y eolde-
oaa atencin
Para llorarse de aat sao pronto,
para limpiar el estomas*) y sea-
trallsar el cido sa aoljay na-
da raejer no tomar NBUTKACTD
despot* de cada comida o cuando
sea necesario Da prcticamente
altrlo Instantneo. ______
Petados encentrarn NEUTRA-
CTD o renta a todas las far-
macias ea forma ds polvo. Cues-
ta mvy poco, pero eot assure sa
que 1* dea el tot dador o MatUTRA-
CJD. recomendado por todos loa
IBIS
Las anotaciones por cuartos
fueron:
AH Stars 33 34 50 73
Bam 10 22 31 47
En el siguiente partido los
Trotamundos de Harlem ofre-
cieron una actuacin lucidsima,
imponindose sin ningn esfuer-
zo por 53 a 34 al Lord Chester-
field, puntero del Campeonato
de Basketball de primera divi-
sin de la Liga Provincial de Pa-
nam.
Los Trotamundos demostraron
un gran dominio del juego y son
unos verdaderos artistas del ba-
ln y realizaron numerosas ju-
gada jocosas a costa de los el-
Barrilleros, a pesar de que stos
se portaron valientes y decididos
en todo momento.
Los Globetrotters tambin de-
mostraron enorme conocimiento,
tcnica y experiencia, y ences-
taron la bola desde todos los
ngulos v cuando quisieron;
Igualmente caus sorpresa la
manera de encestar tiros largos
sin tocar el aro.
El juego result animado, di-
vertido y satisfactorio, y laa '
notaciones por cuartos fueron:
Trotamundos 15 29 42 53
Lord Chester 5 16 26 34
Numeroso pblico presenci el
programa y el Gimnasio se en-
contraba lleno, vindose una vez
ms la gran necesidad qua exis-
te de contar con un Gimnasio
ms amplio y moderno.
El seor Ministro de Educa-
cin, Profesor Ricardo Berm-
dez. se encontraba en el palco de
honor acompaado por el Licen-
ciado Roy y otras distinguidas
personalidades.
En uno de los intermedios de
los juegos se ofrecieron nmeros
artsticos que fueron muy aplau-
didos: en uno de ellos el.capitn
del equipo All Stars deleito con
piezas de su acorden plano, y
despus se ofrecieron actos de
malabarismo con unb. dos y tres
bastonea, con un machete v con
dos antorchas.
El espectculo de anoche co-
menz con una hora de atraso y
termin a las 12.30. debido a
muchas demoras innecesarias.
Los Trotamundos y AH Stars
jugaron aver en la maana en
Caracas, y llegaron ayer a las
6.30 de la tarde, para jugar a
las 9 p. m. en nuestro Gimna-
sio Nacional.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
En los partidos verificados a-
yer en las Grandes Ligas, los
Medias Blancas de Chicago divi-
dieron honores con los Medias
Rojas de Boston en el doble Jue-
go que efectuaron. En el prime-
ro los punteros de la America-
na logaron Imponerse por ano-
tacin de 6 carreras a 5, pero en
el segundo los Medias Rojas ga-
naron por 8 carreras a 6.
Mientras tanto, las Yankees
de Nueva York disminuyeron la
ventaja de los punteros al supe-
rar a- los Indios de Cleveland
por la anotacin de 5 carreras
En los otros Juegos efectuados
ayer en el circuito americano los
Tigres vencieron a los Senado-
res por 10 carreras a 5 v los A-
tltlcos de Flladelfia a los Car-
melitas de San Luis por 8 ca-
rreras a 3 y 7 a 1.
En la Liga Nacional, los Dod-
gers de Brooklyn fallaron en dos
ocasiones contra los Piratas de
Pittsburgh. En el primer juego
ios Piratas ganaron por anota-
cin de 10 carreras a 7 y en el
segundo por 5 carreras a 4.
Mientras tan^o. los Gigantes
de Nueva York vencieron a los
Cachorros de Chicago por 10 ca-
rreras a 7 y los Rojos de.Clnci-
nattl a los Phillies por 3 carre-
ras a 1, pero perdieron el pri-
mero rjor 4 carreras a 2.
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6:03
6:30
6:45
7:00
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
1?:15
12:30
1:00
1:15
1:30
2:00
2:05
2:30
2:45
3:00
3:16
Gran escndalo se form anoche
en la pelea Black Pico-Juan Daz
Se dice que uno de los jueces haba apostado a
favor de Juan Daz y lo favoreci
Juan Daz II venci
por estrecha decisin
a Black Pico anoche
Ante la sorpresa general el
pgil Juan Diaz II se impuso a-
noche con una estrecha decisin
al campen cubano de peso
mosca, Black Pico, en el en-
cuentro pactado a diez vueltas
que sostuvieron anoche en Co-
ln.
El encuentro result Intere-
sante y fue presenciado por re-
gular concurrencia: el colonen-
se Daz II boxe a la altura e
impresion favorablemente para
llevarse la victoria con la deci-
sin de dos Jueces, aunque se re-
gistraron protestas por este fa-
llo. El visitante pele satisfacto-
riamente y conect slidos y
buenos golpes, teniendo a su ri-
val al borde del nocaut en el sp-
timo acto, pero el colonense ca-
pe el temporal y evit la de-
rrota.
En uno de los semifinales Ste-
ven Bennett derrot por nocaut
a Alfonso Perklnson en el se-
gundo asalto despus de tum-
barlo siete veces, v en el otro
empataron Byron Cumberbatch
v Leslie Thompson.
Welsh Fox Se Consagr Ayer Al
Ganar El Clsico "La Prensa'
COLON, Junio 25 (Por Nando
Quintero)On escndalo ma-
ysculo se form anoche en el
Gimnasio Arena de Coln, cuan-
do la Comisin de Boxeo pro-
fesional de esta localidad anun-
ci que el fallo de los tres jue-
ces favoreca por decisin al bo-
xeador local Juan Daz II en la
Kelea que sostuvo contra el cu-
ano Black Pico. El escndalo
se torn ms grave cuando uno
de los fanticos alegaba que ha-
ba cruzado apuesta con uno de
los Jueces y enfurecido recla-
maba su dinero.
La pelea en si se puede decir
que fue bastante buena y desde
el primer asalto hasta el nove-
no slo se vea un solo hombre
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
No hubo juegos
de tennis ayer
No fu posible celebrar los
partidos de tennis anunciados
para ayer en la continuacin
del torneo por la Copa Dun-
lop, al faltar varios jugadores a
cumplir sus compromisos.
Con tal motivo se adjudic el
triunfo a Ernesto Plnate por
forfeit al no asistir su contra-
rio Maduro.
El otro choque tampoco se
efectu y segn se nos avis se
celebrar en la tarde de hoy.
en accin y haciendo todo lo
posible por demostrar al pblico
su calidad y coraje en el arte
del boxeo, fue ste el visitante
Bnele Pico.
El fallo segn los Jueces, fa-
voreci por decisin a Juan Daz
II, pero ocasion lo apuntado al
comienzo de la crnica.
Del resto del programa Babby
Eastman logr empate con Al
Steward; Leslie Thompson, de
Coln, gan la decisin de tres
Jueces al capitalino Byron Cum-
berbatch. Y, por ltimo, en el
semifinal el colonense Steven
Bennett puso fuera de lucha a
su rival Al Perkinson. en el se-
gundo asalto, despus de haber-
lo derribado por 7 ocasiones.
Por RDEME
El establo de Daniel Clniglio
se llen ayer de glorias al ganar
las dos principales pruebas del
programa hpico verificado en
Juan Franco en honor de los pe-
riodistas locales.
Corriendo como todo un cam-
pen, el magnfico potro Ingls
de tres aos de edad. Welsh Fox
gan el Clsico "La Prensa",
prueba central de la cartilla h-
pica, efectuada sobre una dis-
tancia de 1.400 metros v por un
premio de B.2.000.
Welsh Fox era uno de los fa-
voritos de la prueba v respon-
di a la exigencia de los aposta-
dores al caar en una forma que
no dej dudas de su fino linaje
Desde temprano su jinete B.
Pulido, lo montuvo cerca del
puntero Sandwood y cuando s-
te en la recta final flaque, lo
pas y gan alejndose con su-
ma majestuosidad. Sandwood
ocup el segundo puesto, mien-
tras que Gris lleg en la cuar-
ta colocacin.
En la prueba para los cam-
peones de la pista, Welsh Loch,
derrot al pensionista del Stud
Cantagallo. Main Road en una
carrera muy reida, en la cual
el pupilo de Clniglio corri en
forma muy diferente a su lti-
ma presentacin.
En esta ocasin Welsh Loch
luch por el comando contra
Phoebus Apollo y se mantuvo
cerca hasta la entrada a la tie-
rra derecha cuando su jineta
lo solt pas al comando. En los
ltimos metros se present en
una atropellada tarda, Main
y Ratllngh Light, pero ya el di-
co estaba cerca y el triunfo era
seguro de Welsh Loch.
Asistieron miembros de la
Prensa
Una distinguida delegacin
del Sindicato de Periodistas do
Panam asisti como invitado da
honor de la Gerencia del Hip-
dromo, a prestigiar con su pre-
sencia el programa hpico. Loa
chicos de la prensa hicieron en-
trega del trofeo al seor Daniel
Clniglio, propietario de Welsh
Fox. por haber triunfado en el
Clsico "La Prensa".
Sigue esta tarde
el circuito menor
del base Sta. Rita
En la tarde de hoy continuar
la Liga de baseball de Santa
Rita su calendario regular con
el choque entre los equipos:
Carlos Eleia ys. La Barriada '
Este Juego corresponde al clrj-
cuito menor y se espera que re-
sulte muy reido en todos los
episodios.
La contienda proseguir ma-
ana martes cuando se enfren-
MAftANA MARTES
Buenos Das
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca internacional
Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
Cantares de Mxico
El correo del dia
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El mundo de' Vals
La Novela Matinal
Marianela
dramatlzacin RPA
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "Sparton"
Lucho Azcrraga
y sn rgano
Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
Boleros de moda
Cantares de Amrica
Noticias RPA
Orquestas de saln
Sendas musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
Sn Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatlzacin cortesa de
Kelvlx
Momento romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
Marianela
dramatlzacin RPA
Alivio instantneo
dla picazn
La notavbU flete la dl ttnvfiomto
lotera an aliviar laa torturaa da la
picazn ha aumentado tasto su da-
manda quo ahora so oneutntra da
renta en las prlnclpaloa farmacia.
Ta ao bay ratn para que nadie su-
fra a causa ds Irritaciones ds la pial
pues coa Unaento Kosens elimina
I malestar y ss disfruta el placer
ds tener una epidermis sana. Por
anticua y arare que soa la dolencia,
bastar aplicarse ua poco del* un-
gento Koiens para obtener rpido
alivio. Rs un remedio .Tualmente
eficaz para los casos mas rebeldes
ds barrps, eczema sarpullido. Hatss,
erupciones y dems enfermedades ds
la piel. Obtnirase an sagulda ua
frssco ds TJnkTSsnto Kossns sn cual-
quiera farmacia. L* primera apllea-
etdn aliviar Instantneamente la.
elcaadn mas Intensa-
MINISTERIO DE
EDUCACIN
Concurso a Ctedras de
Educacin Secundaria
A partir ir I Lases ZS si Vlsrnss *
de Junio irl srascBle as, ss sees-
tsra solicitudes ss ssptraatei a las
siguientes ctedra* vacante*:
ESCUELA NORMAL "1. D. AROSF-
sfKNA" Una (I) Recular Inlerl-
de Arles Industreles Das (I)
Recular de Aerlcaltnrs.
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO": Cas (I)
Recular Interina de Matemtica*.
Uaa (I) Recular de Esasnel.
PBIMKB CICLO DE BOCAS DEI. TO-
BO: Una (1) Beplsr as Osadas.
Taisles.
rBIMEB CICLO SECUNDARIO DE
AGUADULCE: Uaa (I) Secular
Interina de Estadas Badales.
Una (1) Bacalar as Espaftsl.
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DB LAS
TABLAS: Una <1> Recalar se Es-
tadas Sartales.
CONSERVATORIO NACIONAL DE
MSICA T DECLAMACIN: Una
(I) Esssrlal (II aerar) de Decla-
aisclsa.
CARLOS IVAN ZUAIGA
SscretarU asi Mlalslerlo
de aaamlea.
Panama. de Janle de INI.
El canastero Clyde
Cumberbatch triunf
en torneo de ajedrez
En los salones de la Sociedad
Cubana de Panam y ante regu-
lar concurrencia se celebr el di-
vertido v novedoso torneo "Re-
lmpago" de ajedrez con la parti-
cipacin de 14 ajedrecistas de Pa-
nam y la Zona del Canal.
En la primera vuelta fueron
eliminados Ramos Sierra. Milton,
Guevara y Murlllo. En esta vuel-
ta, el nio Francisco Prez Ju-
gando magistralmente le hizo ta-
blas al veterano Clyde Cumber-
batch. Los perdedores de la se-
gunda vuelta fueron: Lince. P-
rez. Garca, y Santacoloma con
Evans quedaron empatados La
tercera eliminacin result muy
interesante. Cumberbatch elimi-
n a Evans y Santacoloma a
Hughes. La cuarta vuelta y semi-
final del torneo fu muy reida
porque el ganador de sta se me-
da con Santacoloma en la final.
Cumberbatch. Jugando con mu-
cha calma a pesar de la rapidez
con que se efectuaban las Juga-
das (10 segundos para cada mo-
vimiento) logr eliminar a Ochoa
que se perfilaba como el ganador
del torneo. En la quinta v lti-
ma vuelta se midieron Santaco-
loma y Cumberbatch. Santacolo-
ma, Jugando desconsoladamente
y muy lejos de la altura de sus
grandes conocimientos del table-
ro, fu derrotado por Cumber-
batch. quien fu declarado gana-
dor del torneo y a la ve* premia-
do por la Comisin de Cultura y
Deportes de la Sociedad Cubana
de Panam con un magnfico li-
bro de ajedrez contentivo de las
mejores partidas del clebre Mi-
guel Botwlnlck, actual campen
de ajedrez del mundo.
ten en la divisin mayor. Gra-
nillo vs. Frente Patritico.
Ditrani y Ancn siguen perfilndose
como los finalistas del ftbol mayor
Los equipos Ditrani y Ancn
siguen con paso1 firme en los
puestos de vanguardia del Cam-
peonato de ftbol de primera
categora de la Liga Provincial
de Panam con sus victorias de
ayer tarde en el Estadio Pro-
vincial Olmpico, donde los an-
conlstas derrotaron a los nova-
tos del Huracn por 8 a 3 y el
Ditrani se Impuso al Ibrico por
Sal.
En el primer encuentro, el An-
cn se asegur el triunfo desde
el primer tiempo, y en la segun-
da mitad subieron las anotacio-
nes para salir airoso holgada-
mente. Por los vencedores mar-
caron los goles Martnez 3, To-
rres y Alzamora 2 tantos cada
uno v Flavlo Flgueroa que rea-
pareci, despus de un largo des-
canso con motivo de una lesin,
anot el otro goal.
Por el Huracn marcaron Ver-
ga. C. Reina y A. Berrio.
En el segundo partido, el Di-
trani conserv su invicto en el
comando de la Justa,. mientras
que el Ibrico al fallar perdi
toda opcin a los dos primeros
lugares.
El primer tiempo finaliz 2 a
0 a favor de los italianos v en
la segunda mitad se complet el
score de 5 a favor del Ditrani y
uno del Ibrico. De Bello con 3
tantos y Linares con 2 fueron
los marcadores de los vencedo-
res, mientras que Ortega anot
el nico goal de los espaoles.
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los pre
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En rrclo, ellos aseen sprscisc orna
nadie las cvsliasass Je un Buen ral*.
NESCAFE brinos aloe, /asesa > ajwme.
KHCAF .. MU i (< * sal's ciihaiaa t~ aaa
aaS I I wi.alrau i. aaAW..lea *m paabtnal seas.
La Compaa No. 1
derrot a la No. 5
en un gran partido
En el curso de esta semana
se iniciar la serie final por rl
campeonato de la Liga de Soft-
ball del Cuerpo de Bomberos de
Panam, cuyo calendarlo finaliz
ayer.
El partido dominical estuvo a
cargo de los punteros de esta li-
ga, las Compaas No. 1 y No.
5, y en el cual se impusieron los
muchachos de la No. 1 por ano-
tacin de 5 carreras a 3.
El partido fue bastante reido
y fue presenciado por una gran
concurrencia.
La serie final, como hemos a-
nunclado, comenzar durante es-
ta semana y en ella tomarn
parte los equipos representativos
de las Compaas No. 1, No 5 y
No. 3.
Con las autoridades
de Obras Pblicas
Se hace Imprescindible Ib
Construccin de un Servicio
Sanitario en el Campo da
Juegos de SANTA RITA
Ancn y Seleccin de
Salvadoreos chocarn
en ftbol el Mircoles
Dos partidos de ftbol a be-
neficio de los damnificados del
terremoto 'de El Salvador se
efectuarn asta semana, y el
primero tendr lugar el prxi-
mo mircoles en la noche en el
cuadro de Santa Rita, entre el
Ancn y el Seleccionado de los
Salvadoreos, residentes en la
Zona, Coln y Panam.
El Ancn marcha actualmen-
te de segundo en el Campeona-
to de balompi de primera ca-
tegora, a un solo punto del
delantero, y el onceno de los
salvadoreos rene a los mejo-
res futbolistas del hermano pais
residentes en el Istmo. Ambos
equipos tienen sus nminas com-
pletas y se espera un movido
encuentro.
CECILIA
DESDE JUEVES!
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INTRIGANTE MELODRAMA!
"LAS JOYAS DE
BRANDEBURGO"
con RICHARD TRAVIS
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y imarado irvicM
qua ha hacrt dt la FAA
la linas aaraa
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hasta Septiembre 30,'
el viaje redondo a
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tarifa de exctirtin
vlida para 60 das.
Miami Kingston
Houston
Nueva Orleans
Entrete del econ-
mico servicio "El i
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cinco vuelos serna-
nales a Miami.
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servicio DC-6 en to-
da esta ruta.
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