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The Panama American
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01152
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe** Abraham Lincoln.
ScftcivamsV.O. j
Ceasefire At 38 th Would Mean
War Success For UNAcheson
USS ZELLARS (DD-777) flag hip of Destroyer Division 162
and the USS C. 8. SPERRY (DD-697) arrived late yesterday
alternoon and are pictured above moored to north side of
Rodman Naval Station Pier 1. USS MASSEY (DD^778> and
USS FOREST ROYAL (DD-872) are also moored to the south
side of Pier 1. The ships of the destroyer division are all
2,200 ton destroyers. They will make the northern transit
tomorrow morning for their home base at Norfolk. Virginia.
Akee-Poisoned CZ Familv
Sues U.S. Far $20,000
Five suits for damages against
I the U.S. government were filed in
the Ancon District Court yester-
day by the firm of Van Slclen,
Ramirez and De Castro, attorneys
I for Mrs. Aura Townsend.
The plaintiff 1 asking $20,000
I for her 7-year-old son. Allan, who
I was partially crippled from the
I effects of playing with akee
(bllghla spida) seed from a tree
I that grows In back of their quar-
I ters. 368 Ancon Boulevard.
The other suits filed are $2,500
I for John, Allan's twin. $2.600 for
Franklin, age 5. $5,000 for Aura
who Is 8 years old and $1,000 for
Eleanor who Is 6.
Several months ago Mrs. Town-
Isends five children became very
111 and were hospitalized at Oor-
US Strikes Spread,
Cripple Transport,
NEW YORK, June 26 (UP)
United States transportation and
communications facilities are
crippled by strikes today, and ad-
ditional walkouts threaten
against the telegraphic and auto-
mobile industries.
Most seagoing shipping from
Maine to Texas Is bottled up in
port by a strike of the Marine En-
gineers Benevolent Association.
A strike by 900 pilots against
United Airlinesthe fourth larg-
est common carrier In the United
Stateswent into Its eighth day
with Indications that President
Truman would set a precedent by
seizing the line.
Nearly 10,000 CIO communica-
tions workers walked off the job
at the Pacific Telephone and Tel-
egraph Company which serves
Southern California.
The Commercial Telegraphers
Union, AFL. voted to pull 35.000
Western Union telegraphers and
clerks off the Job next Monday to
back up demands for a 25-cent
hourly wage Increase.
Workers at the Hudson Motor
Car Company in Detroit voted 3-1
to strike In a dispute over pro-
duction schedules. More than 10,-
100 CIO United Auto Workers
would be affected.
In New York the International
Fur and Leather Workers Union,
independent, is ready today to
begin picketing 650 fur and lea-
ther companies. The 8,000-mem-
ber union seeks a 10 per cent gen-
eral wage Increase and a 37%-
hour week for skin processors.
Meanwhile In Windsor, Cana-
da, the Ford Motor Company
closed down that country's larg-
est factory till July 3, Idling 11,000
gas, allegedly suffering from lead
Allan had experienced the
same symptoms two years ago
and since his hospitalizaron and
release he has been partially
crippled on one side..
The akee Is a small tree that. Is
a member of the soapberry fami-
ly. The black covering of the seed
is deadly poison. Eight-year-old
Aura carried several seeds a-
round in her purse for several
days. Although none of the chil-
dren ate the seed, they all played
with It, mashing the seeds and
handling them.
Mrs. Townsend resides with
her father. Allan Amole. a Canal
employe, who has been support-
ing his daughter and grandchil-
CZ Official Warns
Trespass In Commy
Nets Severe Penalty
A warning that the commis-
sary regulations must observed
by Government personnel and
that the laws and regulations
restricting the commissaries to
those with privileges are being
strictly enforced was Issued to-
day by the Governor's office.
The warning Is believed neces-
sary due to the large number of
rrespassers being arrested and
The statement emphasizes that
entry Into' the commissaries by
persons who do not have U. 8.
Government employe privileges
is a criminal offense and that
the courts impose severe pen-
aaltles on those found guilty.
Heavy fines are levied and even
Jail terms are sometimes im-
It is also a serious matter for
those with employe privileges to
violate the regulations establish-
ed by the Governor. Excessive
purchases of any item or the
transfer of purchases to a non-
privileged person are specifically
prohibited. Those violating these
regulatons are subject to disci-
plinary action by the Governor's
office which may Include su-
spension of commissary privi-
leges for varying periods of
time, suspension of the employe
from work without pay, or dis-
charge from the service.
In those commissaries where
sales are made for cash, patrons
are requested to show their
Identification whenever making
a purchase. Patrons are urged to
present their Identification card
without waiting to be asked to
do so, the statement concluded
(NBA Telephoto)
LOfT AND FOUND After being lost four days In the woods
near Lake Hopatcong, N. J.. Richard L. Dlngman, 3. gets
tucked into bed at Dover General Hospital while a fireman
who helped look for him watches. A pack of bloodhounds
couldn't find Richard, but a railroad conductor and bis pet
iox hound tracked the boy down.
Puerto Rican
Korean Vets
Dock In CZ
The second contingent of Ko-
rean veterans to return to the
Caribbean arrived this morning
aboard the "General William
Mitchell." docking at Pier No. 18,
Balboa. Two hundred and fif-
teen officers and men from
Puerto Rico, who left the Canal
Zone last August with the 65th
Infantry Regiment, are nearlng
the end of their trip home.
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst,
Commanding General of the
U.S. Army Caribbean welcomed
them to Panama In a brief ad-
dress from the pier, and later
greeted many of them Indivi-
Since the men were wearing
fatigue uniform the wide as-
sortment of Purple Hearts,
Bronze and. Silver Stars were
not in evidence, but in the words
of 1st Lt. E. Saenz, Commander
of Troops aboard the vessel,
"These men have their share of
decorations and I think more
than their quota Of Purple
Panama is the fourth stop
since leaving the battle zone.
Japan. Seattle, and San Fran-
cisco being the other three.
American Legion
Nafl Commander
Arrives Tomorrow
Word has been received that
Erie Cocke, Jr., National Com-
mander, The American Legion,
will arrive at 8:59 tomorrow
night for a whirlwind visit to the
Isthmus. He will be accompanied
by his aide, John Sheffield, 25.
also a bachelor, and a native of
A tight schedule Is planned for
Thursday beginning early in the
morning when official calls will
be made, and ending late at
night after the banquet at Hotel
Tlvoll, which has been opened to
the public.
The highlight of the day Is a
military review of local compo-
nent commands at Quarry
Heights, by Lt. General William
H. H. Morris. Jr., Commander-ln-
Chlef, Caribbean Command, hon-
oring the National Commander
of The American Legion. Gener-
al' Morris will be host at a
luncheon at Albrook Air Force
Base Officers' Club Immediately
following the review. His guest
list Includes Department officers
and Post Commanders of the
American Legion. Commander
Cocke will be the guest of Gen-
eral Morris throughout his visit
to this Department, and will be
at Quarters No. 20, Quarry Hts.
Cocke is a member of the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars.
Members of the VFW are espe-
cially Invited to attend the 8
o'clock dinner.
Tickets may be obtained from
Deot Commander Pedersen. 6-
107; Adlutant Gardner, 83-2245;
Sergeant-at-Arms McDermott, 5-
158- Vice-Commander Glllev. 3-
159?; Post Commanders Little, 2-
1723; Breheney. 6-246; Reld. 84-
2174, and Scout Executive John
Barr, 2-3711.
7 Die In Cairo
Train Collision
CAIRO. June 26 (UP)Seven
nassengers were killed and 14 in-
jured todav when a freight train
crashed into the rear of a delsel
passenger train stalled with en-
gine trouble.
The accident occurred near
Mansoura. 80 miles northeast of
The arrest of the freight" train
driver has been ordered.
Bayonet Pierces Mates Brain
As Scots Guards Stand Rigid
EDINBURGH. June M (UP). Plfty younr men of
the 1st Battalion, Scots Guards, stood rigidly at atten-
tion yesterday with bayonetted rifles as they drilled for
Thursday's ceremony of Presentation of the Colors.
The men, dressed in their heavy bearskin helmets,
red tunics and blue trousers held their stiff pose.
Aa minutes past men began fainting in the hot sun-
shine. Their comrades gave them not a glance. *
Suddenly another young man fell.
His cheek dropped on to his six inch bayonet. The
blade thrust upward into his brain. He died Instantly.
The rest of the squad did not break ranks.
Several officers rushed to the side of the gnardaman,
John Scott Oswald, 19, Dalbeattie, Scotland. They tried
to apply a crude tourniquet, but it was no use.
The body of Guardsman Oswald was carried from the
parade ground. Still his comrades held their pose.
One of their officers said there was nothing they
could do.
The Army clamped a news restriction on the case.
but announced today that a formal Inquiry would be
made Into Oswald's death.
British Cruiser
Ordered To Iran
LONDON. June 26. (UP)
Britain's Foreign Secretary Her-
bert Morrison told the House of
Commons today that the Iranian
oil crisis had taken a very serious
turn, and that the British cruis-
er Mauritius had been ordered to
proceed Immediately to Abadan.
Morrison said Britain was pre-
pared "to take action at very
short notice" to protect the lives
of Britons In Iran should the
Iranian Government itself fail to
give them protection.
The Mauritius and two Royal
Navy frigates have been In the
Persian Gulf area for several
weeks, but have not proceeded
up the Shatt-el-Arab to Abadan
during that critical period.
The Shatt-el-Arab Is the es-
tuary forming the boundary be-
tween Iraq and Iran In this area.
Morrison said: "The Iranian
Prime Minister and Government
must understand that they are
responsible under International
law for ensuring the protection
of any British staff in Iran.
"Should they prove Incapable
of discharging that task His Ma-
jesty's Government would be
obliged to assume lt themselves,
using such means as are neces-
sary for that purpose."
Morrison said that all British
tankers now at Abadan have
been ordered to leave the port
immediately. If necessary after
unloading oil they have taken a-
He said Britain has been una-
ble to get Iran to modify its de-
mand that all tanker masters
sign receipts stating that the oil
they carried was the property of
the Iranian national oil compa-
Detroit Drivers Warned
Of 'De-Wolfing' Law
DETROIT June 26 (UP)
Traffic Judge John D. Watts has
put Detroit's old "ogling" ordin-
ance to use in his war against
auto "wolves."
He has adopted the law In an
effort to crack down on male
drivers who show undue Interest
In women drivers or pedestrians.
The Judge's "de-wolflng" cam-
paign will cost guilty persons
their driving privileges for a
Acheson Presents
Huge Foreign Aid
Plan To Congress
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son todav asked Congress for an
$8.500,000.000 foreign aid pro-
gram to bolster the arms and
economic strength of the United
States' allies so that this coun-
try will not be forced to "go it
Opening the administrations
case for the biggest peace time
foreign aid program ever asked,
Acheson told the House Foreign
Affairs Committee:
"To put lt blankly, the Soviet
Union wants to see the United
States try to 'go lt alone'."
Acheson's remarks followed
President Truman's denunciation
of General Douglas MacArthur
and others who have advocated
a "go lt alone if necessary" poli-
cy In Korea.
Acheson said the proposed as-
sistance to the world's free na-
tions would "yield larger and
faster return in terms of our na-
tional security than we could ob-
tain by Increasing the budget of
our own armed services by the
same amount."
Informed sources believe the
Truman administration's request
for $6,300,000.000 in arms aid and
$2,200,000,000 In economic and
Point Four help under the "mu-
tual security program" will face
heavy opposition in Congress.
It will be toward the end of
summer before the program in
any form Is approved.
PC Rent Question
Shelved By Board
No change will be made in ren-
tal schedules of Canal quarters
for employes July 1 as a result of
the Incorporation of Panam Ca-
nal operations. Governor New-
comer announced yesterday fol-
lowing his return from Washing-
The entire question of housing
and rental rates was shelved by
the Board of Directors at its
meeting In Washington on June
18 until the September meeting
which will be held In the Canal
Meanwhile, the Board passed
resolution asking Governor New-
comer, as president of the Hoard
of Directors of the new Panam
Canal Company to submit com-
plete data on housing, Including
the original cost and accrued de-
preciation of both U. S. rate and
local rate quarters; a statement
on Income and expense of hous-
ing activity for this fiscal year;
and comparable figures on con-
struction costs and rentals in the
Canal Zone and the southern part
of the United States. This is in
Une with the Board's desire to se-
cure accurate statements of costs
and revenues for all activities of
the new company.
By-laws for the new Panam
Company were adopted by the
Board of Directors. Among other
things, the by-laws provide for
the appointment of a chairman
of the Board by the Secretary of
the Army, as sole stockholder in
the company, and the selection
of an Executive Committee to act
Ridgway Finds
'Business As
Usual' At Front
TOKYO, June 26 (UP)Gener-
al Matthew B. Ridgway returned
to Tokyo tonight after flying to
the stalemated Korean front for
a personal inspection tour, while
foreign capitals buzzed with spe-
culation on prospects for a cease
The supreme United Nations
commander found his forces
locked in back and forth battles
with the Communists for the pos-
session of dominating hills and
rldge-lines commanding Pyong-
yang and Kumsong, the twin cen-
tral front bastions 29 miles above
the 38th parallel.
Officers of the 8th Army told
Ridgway the Communists ap-
peared to be building up large
forces for a possible new offen-
sive, though a major assault did
not appear imminent.
Despite bitter fighting on some
sectors of the front neither side
was attempting a general ad-
The apparent stalemate coin-
cided with the Communist peace
moves in the United Nations. Al-
lied commanders said that was a
"There Is business as usual at
the front," said the commander
of the United Nations ground
forces, Lt. Gen. James A. Van
Chinese Reds forced United
Nations troops to give ground in
at least four sectors. The 8th
Army units counter-attacked in
each case.
Allied night bombers and fight-
ers attacked at least 400 Commu-
nist vehicles and two trains fer-
rying supplies and reinforce-
ments to the Communist front
last night.
One Mig-15 was shot down this
afternoon as 24 Thunder jets
fought off 12 Mlgs attacking a
flight of Superforts south of Si-
nanju. There was no damage to
the Thunderjets and no reported
damage to the Superforts.
In another fight 29 Sabres
clashed with 40 Mlgs.
Last night a Communist two-
place biplane attacked a United
States C-47 flaredropplng plane
with a burp gun.
Mrs. Elwyn Greene
Services Tomorrow
Memorial services for Mrs El-
wyn Greene, who died June 13 In
Bradenton, Florida, will be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
Cathedral of St. Luke In Ancon.
Brief committal services at the
Columbarium will follow the me-
morial services.
WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP) Secretary of State,
Dean Acheson said today that halting the Korean war at
the 38th parallel would be a "successful conclusion" of the
But a release from General Matthew B. Ridgway'
headquarters in Tokyo indicates the United States State
Department questions Russia's good faith in making the
latest Korean truce proposal, and feels it might be "a
cover for military advantage."
The Russian proposal broadcast in New York Satur-
day by Soviet United Nations delegate Jacob A. Malik,
called for the establishment of a buffer zone along the
38th parallel. This would entail an Allied withdrawal of
more than 30 miles in central and eastern Korea.
In London a high British authority said the United
Nations forces are building permanent fortifications along
the 38th parallel in Korea, and will fall back to them at
once if an armistice is concluded.
Mrs. Greene was the wife of
for the Board when lt Is,not in the former Comptroller for The
session. The chairman of the Panam Canal She hPd lived In
Board has not been named and the Canal Zone from the early
the Executive Committee Is still part of 1915 until her husband's
to be selected. retirement In 1936.
At Tullahoma, Tenn.. yesterday
President Truman said: "We are
ready to Join in a peaceful settle-
ment In Korea now as we have
always been. But lt must be a real
settlement which fully ends the
aggression and restores peace
and security to the area and to
the gallant Korean people.. .But
"we must avoid like the plague
rash actions which would take
unnecessary risks of world war or
weak actions which would reward
In London today United Na-
tions Secretary-general Trygve
Lie, flying back to New York from
a vacation In his native Norway,
said the Russian proposal "must
be taken seriously."
Acheson told the House Foreign
Affairs Committee here that "It
was not the policy, and should
not be the policy, to unite Korea
by armed force."
Hungarian Prelate
Facing Death;
Still A Royalist
BUDAPEST, June 26 (UP)
Archbishop Joseph Groesz de-
clared calmly and resolutely to-
day that he Is still a Royalist
after the prosecution demanded
that he be sentenced to death
for leading a Monarchist organ-
ization planning to overthrow
the Communist government.
The 64-year-old ranking Ro-
man Catholic clergyman In Hun-
gary asked the mercy of the
court, however. He said:
"Please consider. my confes-
sion when you pass judgment."
With hatred In his voice, tall
blackhalred prosecutor Gyula
Alapi also demanded the "sev-
erest punishment" the death
penalty for eight other de-
fendants In what he called a
"continuation of the plot of Car-
dinal Mlndszenty" whose sen-
tence to prison left Groesz the
ranking Catholic Church digni-
tary in Hungary.
The prosecutor said he was
speaking not only in his official
capacity but as the voice of the
working people "which demands
that the strongest example
should be given to those who
committed a teries of crimes." He
"This conspiracy cannot be
considered as a separate case. It
Is an organized part of an im-
perialist plan."
He said the military objective
in Korea "is to repel the aggres-
sor and restore peace and secur-
ity in the area." After that was)
achieved the unification of North
and South Korea would 0.
The British authority In Lon-
don said the line being fortified)
by the 8th Army "Is not exactly
along the parallel, but makes tho
most of the natural defenses on
either side."
He said this decision to build
such a defense line, so that tho
parallel would be something mora
than a geographic fiction, was
taken when United States Secre-
tary of Defense George C. Mar-
shall flew to Korea two weeks
Under any buffer-area truce
arrangement any demilitarized
zone In Korea would have to be
north of this linea factor which
might be a stumbling block If ef-
forts are made to work out de-
tails of an armistice.
In New York the president ot
the United Nations General As-
sembly, Nastollah Entezam, pre-
pared today to see Malik "with,
great hopes" for ending the war.
Entezam. head of the United
Nations three-man truce team,
said a ceasefire could be arrang-
ed "In a very few minutes" in
view of the fact that all parties
seemed to have much the sam
Malik, troubled with a heart
ailment, was too 111 to meet with
Entezam yesterday.
The disclosure that Malik has
booked his passage home aboard
the Grlpsholm July 6 for an an-
nual vacation was not taken too
He cancelled a similar trip last
year In time to end Russia's sev-
en-month boycott of the United
Nations and assume presidency
of the Security Council in Au-
At a special session of the Unit-
ed Nations General Assembly to-
day Ecuador's President Gale
Plaza received a warm ovation
when he urged a "new and se-
rious effort" to reach a truce and
armistice In Korea.
Little League
Box Score
Previously reported:.. $1,306.64
Wally's Bar ......... 20.90
Collections .......... 24.00
Tahiti Jewelry Store. 10 00
Coln Motors, Inc. ... 15.00
Total ........... $1,375.64
Cancer Stricken Beauty Breaks Troth
With Sailor To Help Mom's Recovery
BY CLAUDE SITTON It was Mrs. T. E. Amburn's But today, Betty revealed, she pers to print this." the ill girl
health that broke up the reunion talked to Amburn by telephone, added, "because I'm not afraid
ATLANTA, June 26 (UP) between her sailor son and Betty She said she didn't mention the of the publicity it hasn't hurt
Cancer-stricken Betty Thomp- last month when the youth flew breaking of the engagement but me one bit. This may help Toms
son, 18, broke her engagement to- to his sweetheart's bedside as she decided on lt after they had mother's health and I want to
day to her reluctant fiance, sail- learned she was probably doom- hung up. make sure lt gets in the papers
or Tom Amburn. because, she ed by cancer. "He told me he would like to out there."
said, his mother's health is ap- Obtaining a leave from his post come down some week end but he
parently more important than at Norfolk Naval Air Station, the didn't set a definite date she said. Betty said she Is "feeling bet-
hers. handsome blond aviation machi- I believe a man who Is old enough ter every day" although sh.
The 18-year-old beauty an- rust's mate spent only one day to fight for his country Is old hasn't been out much since shs
nounced the breaking of her en- with Betty. Then he flew to Sioux enough to make his own deci- graduated with her class at Rus-
gagement with an optimistic note Falls, S. D., where his mother was slons. I'm certainly old enough to sell High School two weeks ago.
about her own condition. reported prostrated by the publi- make by own decision and I've Betty, who lost a leg to the
"Don't mention the dying can- city about his engagement to the made it." ravages of cancer two years ago,
cer girl angle," she said. "I think doomed girl. walked down the graduation
that's been used too much. I'm "I don't want anyone to crl- aisle on crutches,
still living and will be for a long The leave that the Navy had tlcize Tom. for I know that
time." granted him to visit Betty was there was a lot to consider In
"I'm breaking my engagement promptly revoked and Amburn his case. I know people will
to Tom," she said. "The South is flew back to base, himself a ner- wonder if I love him. but I
seceding from the North again, vous wreck by this time. He was reallv love everyone and I cer- the same as it was. she ss
I'm doing it because of Tom's mo- bedded down In the dispensary talnlv wish him well. "But I know that trie hum a
ther's health." for nearly two weeks. "I want the 8outh Dakota pa- drying up in my cnesi.

Recently, the disease spread to
her lungs.
I guess my condition Is still

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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
With Onion
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(Every room with private bathroom)
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mail Lines Lid.
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M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"................. .August 25th
S.8. "FLAMENCO" ..............................June SOth
M.V. "SANTANDER" .............................June 30th
S.S. "PAMPAS" ...................................July 7th
S.3. "DIEMERDYK" ..............................July 21st
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Shipping & Airline News
Steward Disappears
I Off SS Cristobal
The disappearance at sea last
Thursday of Henry Wolsln. a ta-
ble steward on th 8.8. Cristobal,
was reported here Monday after-
non when the Cristobal arrived
from New York. Mr. Woiain was
a naturalised American citizen,
a native of Germany and was 58
years old.
He was reported missing at
10:45 o'clock the morning of June
21 when the Cristobal was In the
Gulf stream south of Cape Hat-
teras. by Marcelo Facchlnl. Chief
Steward. He had been seen last
at 8:10 a.m. by the Second Ste-
ward. Louis Wandenbergs.
While a thorough search of the
Cristobal was being made, offi-
cers computed the position where
the Cristobal had been at 8:10
a.m. The Coast Guard was noti-
fied by radio that Mr. Wolsln was
missing. At 10:55 a.m., the Cris-
tobal reversed her course and re-
turned to her morning location,
allowing a certain distance for
At 1:30 that afternoon, while
the Coast Guard plane made an
aerial search, the Cristobal be-
gan a surface, search of the area
where the crewman was believed
to have gone overboard. The
weather and the visibility were
good. The search was continued
until three p.m.
The only clue to the steward's
disappearance was footprints on
a veranda window frame near
Mr. Wolsln's quarters. He had
been despondent for some time,
fellow members of the Cristobal's
crew reported. Mr. Wolsln Is sur-
vived by his wife. Ann, of Du-
mont. New Jersey.
I'S Tightening Control
on Trafficking with Enemv
Several US agencies are map-
ping out details of the pn..i un-
der which use of port facilities
may be denied under the V1 lense
Production Act to vesapi-
In direct or indirect trade with
Communist China, the ...
Shipper" reports.
Rules unaer consideration, to
be administered by the Coast
Guard and Federal Maritime Ad-
ministration, would apply not
only to vessels known to have a
history of deallni wi u '
na but to vessels of "common
ownership," It was ...
good authority.
The far-reaching plan would
work something hue unv ,,, ,.
vessel X shows up on Intelligence
lists as having called Red China
ports or having carried cargoes
for or from Communist China
destinations, even transship-
ments, that ship's use of Ameri-
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can piers, docks, wharves, light-
erage, tugs, fuel, etc.. will be re-
fused. (2) Before any foreign-
flag vessel Is allowed use. of
American ports she must certify
to the Coast Guard that she will
not engage in the Red China
trades. (3) A vessel of common
ownership may be denied entry
even though that particular ship
may have no history of China
trading or have intent of so do-
ing. (4) In emergency or hard-
ship cases the FMA may grant
exceptions however. (5) Fine and
imprisonment penalties would be
provided for violators.
The proposed plan came to
light shortly after the FMA ask-
ed the Navy for Its reported list
of ships spotted In North China
waters In recent months. At that
time. E. L. Cochrane. maritime
administrator, stated "every le-
gitimate pressure" would be util-
ized by the U.S. to see that the
Communist Chinese get no help.
Primary objective of the
scheme appears to be vessels re-
gistered In Panam, Honduras,
Liberia and the like, manv of
which are owned by American
nationals or subsidiaries of
American firms.
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High School Girl Struggles Out Of Meningitis Infancy
CHARLOTTE. N. C. June 26
(UPiCarolyn Blgham. "reborn"
after disease erased the memory
of her last "date." dreams of hav-
ing a college career and new
friends after completing high
school In one summer.
The 19-year-old brunette has
been re-leamlng her elementary
school work at better than one
grade a month since meningitis
returned her to mental Infancy,
but she cannot recall the name
of her last boy friend.
"I met this boy and we want to
a baseball game Friday before I
got sick," Carolyn laughed. "They
tell me he came to the hospital
and I didn't even know him."
Carolyn did not know even her
own name for weeks after she be-
came stricken last September 15,
less than four months after fin-
ishing high school. She still gets
her tongue twisted over simple
Someone asked. "What's that
flower In your hair?"
"It's a ga-ga-gardenla," she
stammered. "No, it's a cra-cra-
chrysanthemum," she explained.
Shte laughed louder than her
teasing friends. Often, Carolyn
said, '^he Joke is on them "
But at hr part-time job in a
floral shop Carolyn reaches In-
stantly for the correct flower to
prove her clarm that "I know bet-
ter, I just can't make the right
words come out."
Six months ago she could not
walk or talk and dimly recognis-
ed her parents and six brothers
and sisters.
"The first thing I remember."
Carolyn said, "1 was In a room by
myself and couldn't move." Long
after that queer things continued
"At church I couldn't find the
right number In my song book,"
Carolyn said and "once I had my
glasses In my hand but I couW-
n't find them, because I couldn't
feel them. And a doctor kept
sticking my arm and I didn't
minduntil he tried the other
arm. Then it hurt."
Carolyn's special teacher, Mrs.
Maybelle Smith, pronounced her
grammar school re-education
complete and planned to begin
preparation next week for her to
enter a business course at some
college next fall.
Dr. Wlalliam Ransom said Car-
olyn's comeback has been "re-
markable," but he said getting
new stimulation through college
work would help insure continued
"She wss as sick as I have ever
seen anyone who recovered, but
I think her big strides since then
are due to her family's loyalty.
They stuck by her and didn't let
her stagnate."
But her mother, Mrs. H. P. Blg-
ham, said. "I feel like the child is
a gift of Almighty Ood. He took
her away and brought her back
to us." .
Extra Service
MAYWOOD. Miss. (UP) The
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Rood Job. The washers also clean-
ed a muddy pair of shoes left la
the vehicle.

Eight Officials Sworn For Zone's 1st Draft Boards ffTc^0D
To Register Men Age 18 to 26 Starting Late In July
A. C. Medinger yesterday took the oath of office at
Balboa Heights as State Director for Selective Service in
the Canal Zone. Orders detailing him to head the local
draft board were read by Brigadier General L. H. Renfrow,
Deputy Director of Selective Service, in the presence of
Governor F. K. Newcomer.
Later General Renfrow swore in seven other local Se-
lective Service officials: Howard E. Munro, representing
labor and E. S. Baker, representing industry, on the Ap-
peals Board; Judge E. I. P. Tatelman and Benjamin E.
Phillips, for draft board No. 2 (Atlantic Side); Frank H.
Irwin, Vincent Biava, and Albert P. Tyre for draft board
No. 1, (Pacific Side).
With General Renfrow were his
staff of four officers, all of whom
had arrived by air from the Uni-
ted States. General Renfrow.
Colonel Daniel O. Omer. General
Counsel and Lt. Col. Norman C.
Brown. Manpower Division, rame
from Washington. Lt. Col. Rob-
ert W. Johnson. Fiscal Division
flew In from Oklahoma City and
Lt. Colonel John W. Barber from
his headquarters In Dallas.
Lt. Colonel Barber Is Regional
Field Officer anfl lt will be
through his Dallas office that
Canal Zone affairs will be co-
ordinated hi Washington. Gener-
al Renfrow told the group.
Registration of all United
States male citizens, between the
ages of 18 and 26, In the Canal
Zone who are not registered else-
where, will probably not take
fdace until the latter part of Ju-.
y. General Renfrow said. The
registration depends on the Issu-
ance of a Presidential proclama-
tion, to be followed by a procla-
mation by the Governor, setting
the date and place of registra-
Canal Zone men of draft age,
not registered elsewhere, who
wish to go to the United States
before the local registration date
may do so. he said. But, on arrival
lr the United States, they should
register with any United States
Selective Service board. Their re-
gistrations will then be transfer-
red to the Canal Zone board, pro-
vided registrants give their Ca-
nal Zone addresses.
On the other hand, men who
have registered in the United
States will not be required to re-
register in the Canal Zone, but
will be considered under the ju-
risdiction of the Canal Zone Se-
lective Service. This will be done
by a special ruling by Selective
Service Director Major General
Lewis B. Hershey who has held
that United States registrations
may be transferred to the Canal
Zone. General Renfrow suggest-
ed to the local officials that thev
review Individually the classifi-
cation given by the registering
brrd in all such cases.
~?e emphasized that in the Ca- .
B' Zone only American citizens tions on the local Selective Serv-
, will be registered. ice situation.
General Renfrow commented
that American citizens living In
the Republic of Panama will be
registered If and when foreign
registration Is established as It
was during the last war. In this
case, these non-resident Ameri-
can citizens will register at the
United States Embassy.
He discussed at length the
question of postponement of mil-
itary service for college students.
The board, he said, may ' It is
not mandatory consider for
deferment college students who
pass the college qualification
tests with a grade of 70 per cent
or over, or are in the upper 50
per cent of their Freshman, the
upper W 2-3 of their Sophomore
or the upper 75 per cent of their
Junior year of college".
General Renfrow pointed out
that educational deferments are
not exemptions and said that In
all deferments prior to the age of
23 the registrants is liable for
military service until he reaches
the, age of 35.
On the matter of appeal. Gen-
eral Renfrow told the Canal Zone
officials that a registrant may
appeal his classification to the
local appeal board. The board la
made up of a representative of
labor, industry, medicine, law
and government service.
If the local appeal board splits
Its decision, the registrant may
carrv his appeal to a three-man
Presidential Appeal Board In
Washington which is not under
Selective Service but Is responsi-
ble only to the President. The de-
cision of this board, he said. Is
Any claims for deferment.
General Renfrow told the local
Selective Service men should be
made in writing and registrants
should be told to keep the local
boards advised of any change In
their marital, employment, phy-
sical or geographical status. Oth-
er questions were discussed dur-
ing an afternoon meeting of the
local officials.
General Renfrow will meet
members of the press this after-
noon to answer additional oues-

(NEA Telephoto)
CAPTIVES BY THE CARLOAD. Chinese Red prisoners, in
a huge crowd, jam an Internment camp in a rear area after
being carted down from the Korean front. These are part of
10.000 Communists captured by UN forces. (Photo by NEA-
Acme staff photographer Bert A&hworth.)
The Municipal Treasury Department has been
informed that false receipts for 1951 DOG TAX are
being distributed.
This Department wishes to inform the general
public that 1951 DOG TAX MUST BE PAID BY JULY
31, 1951. False receipts will be exchanged for new
ones without charge. All false receipts not changed will
be cancelled and the tax will have'to be paid again.
Imposters will be prosecuted.
Municipal Treasurer.
Coln, June 23, 1951.
SELECTIVE SERVICE officials shown above at Balboa Heights are (left to right), Lieutenant
Colonel John W. Barber, Regional Field Officer from Dallas; A. C. Medinger, who took the
oath of office yesterday as State Director for Selective Service In the Canal Zone; Governor
Francis K. Newcomer; Brigadier Oeneral L. H. Renfrow, Deputy Director of Selective Service;
Colonel Daniel O. Omer, General Counsel; Lieutenant Colonel Norman C. Brown, Manpower
Division; and Lieutenant Colonel Robert W. Johnson. Fiscal Division.
Byrnes Pledges 'Equal But
Separate Schools For S. C.
COLUMBIA, 8. C. June 28
(UP)., Gov. James F. Byrnes
pledged yesterday chat bouui
Carolina will "do everything
possible" to see tnat Its Wegro
citizens get equal educational
opportunities under the frame-
work of segregation.
Byrnes sala the state would
aid the people of claredon
county to comply with a federal
court order which upheld the
legality ot public schopi segrega-
tion but ordered Negro schools
equalized. _
Records In. the State "Depart-
ment ot Education, meanwnne,
showed that Negro school facil-
ities In the county are lar below
white's even though there are
three times as many Negro stu-
dents In Clarendon.
Byrnes, commenting for the
first time on Saturday s decision
of the three-Judge tribunal,
termed the majority decision
"unanswerable." He said it was
a "well reasoned" justification
of the "separate but equal doc-
Judges John J. Parser and
George Bell Tlmmerman, Sr.,
upheld the constitutionality oi
segregation while at the same
time oraerlng equalization of
school facilities. But udge J.
Watles Waring, liberal minded
social outcast from Charleston,
llred a scathing dissent blasting
the principle oi segregation.
Byrnes -did not reier to the
Waring dissent in his statement
issued at a press conference.
"All true Americans will take
heart from what has been writ-
ten by these two judges about
the preservation of local govern-
ment and their warning against
the federal courts Interfering
with local affairs substituting
the judicial process for what is
properly the legislative process
of a state." Byrnes said.
"The itate will Immediately
proceed In the Clarendon dis-
trict and In other counties to
do everything possible to carry
out the policy of the law," be
But Byrnes said such aid Is
now limited to planning and
surveys ot needs while the state
Supreme Court rules on the le-
gality of a vast school improve-
ment program. The state bank-
ed Its defense of segregation on
the school program which is de-
signed to equalize Negro schools.
A friendly suit has been
brought in the state bupreme
uoun. to test the validity of a
>io,ouO,uuO sciiooi bond issue aim
a tnree per cent sales tax key
points oi the sciiooi program.
Byrnes said the order of the
court wnlcn directs Ciarenoon
sciiooi oincials to make a pro-
gress, report in six months may
prove dnilcult.
Beslo.es tne court test of the
sciiooi program, he pointed- out
mat ouualng supplies are scarce.
he sala tne Clarendon school
district where the suit was
oi ought had no money to pro-
vide improvements out would
have to aepend on state am.
State aid, Byrnes said, would
nave to wait on tne state court
In Clarendon County as a
whole. There were 6,531 Negro
students enrolled last year com-
pared to 2,375 white students,
records in the school depart-
ment showed. Yet the total
value of all Negro school pro-
perty was $194,575 compared to
a white property valuation of
Last year, the state spent $281,-
350 In the county for white school
operating expenses compared to
$256,816 for Negroes. The aver-
age spent for each Negro stu-
dent In average dally attendance
was $53 compared to $137 for
each White student.
Major Hulchinson
Now In Top Spot
For AACAP Training
Lt. Col. John T. Browne, 85th
AAA Group Officer in Charge of
the Antiaircraft Civilian Auxil-
iary Program (AACAP) will re-
turn to.the United States to at-
tend the Command and General
Staff College at Fort Leaven-
worth, Kansas. Colonel Browne's
assistant. Major Manning E.
Hutchlnson, will step into the
top spot, according to an an-
nouncement by Hq 65th AAA
Major Hutchln son's back-
ground of antiaircraft experi-
ence covers 10 years. His lessons
were learned not only in the
theory of classrooms and the
test of "battle games" but also
In the final test war.
The Major landed at Omaha
Beach on D-Day and returned
finally from the European Thea-
ter of Operations with a Purple
Heart, Invasion Arrow Head,
Bronze Star and five Battle
Major Hutchlnson came to the
AACAP from 32 months at Hq
764th AAA Battalion. Prior to
that assignment the Major spent
a year as Assistant Plans and
Training Officer. Fifth Corps Hq
Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
The new AACAP head is a
native of Newberry, South Caro-
lina. With him In the Canal
Zone are his wife Marjorle, his
son Anthony, seven, and two
daughters Mareta Ann. and Me-
lanle June aged four years and
eight months respectively.
US-Rate Payroll
Deduction Unit
Moves To Diablo
The U.S.-rate payroll deduction
unit of the Finance Bureau at
the Administration Building,
Balboa Heights, has been moved
to the Payroll Division at Diablo
Tbe transfer, which involved
six employes in the unit, was
made with a view to the future
mechanization of payroll pro-
Three employes In the postal
accounting unit will be trans-
ferred this week from the Dis-
trict Court Building in Ancon
to Room 102 of the Administra-
tion Building, where this small
unit will be consolidated with
other receipts and collections
units of the Finance Bureau.
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Record Crowd Watches Yankees Nip Dodgers 4-3
Special Smoker Listed
t Panama Golf Club
Tomorrow night that's Wednesday will be bit
hht for the male members of the Panama Golf Club
with a verv special smoker being listed.
The ladies -will please transfer their 19th hole squab-
bling, to some other location. Harrummphh!
The special fare of the smoker will be movies.
Regular professional coif movies will be supplied by
Pete Arango of P.A.A. and Cesar Campagnani of Kodak's
'and then, for the first time In the history of the local
club, movies of the members themselves in action will
be screened.
The film for the local movies was supplied by the
club and it was "soft-shoe" Stan Brown who sneaked up
,and did the photography whan nobody was looking. And
they say the form of some of the lads is worth a
round for the house.
Professor Suarez will provide some tidbits to go with
the refreshment.
The show starts at 7 p.m.
Hammond Defeats Johnny Mac
One-Up In Gamboa Invitational
Dark Horse Upsets Pearl Trim
In Juvenia Watch Tournament
Pearl Trim, one of the favorites
of the Juvenia Watch Handicap
Golf Tournament at Summit Hills
went down in defeat when she
tangled with Jasper Strlckler last
Sunday. Strlckler, shooting a 94
with a 24 handicap, succeeded in
outlasting Pearl in a battle which
he won 1-up.
Pearl explained her defeat by
aylng that Jasper used psychol- Rlley by default.
Ogy, dragging out a beat-up old
Pres Trim Jr. vs. W. A. Daniels.
This week: resulted in the last
three women contestants being
eliminated from the champion-
ship flight. All three matches
were upset wins for the male op-
Results of the consolation flight 1
are as follows:
Betty Co.'eman defeated Jim
Jim DesLondes defeated Verne
Anderson 5 and 3.
Ruth Presley defeated Harriet
Hochstedler 8 and 6.
Al Saarlnen defeated Howard
Tettenburn 2 and 1.
G. H. Pescod defeated Dick Col-
ston 6 and 5.
M. B. Huff defeated Evelyn
Judson 5 and 4.
Phil Whitney defeated John
Towery by default.
Wilma Layers defeated Dick
Bernett 1-up on the 19th hole.
Bart Elich defeated Louise
Reynolds 1-up.
Johnny Hardyman defeated Ed
wr-ist watqh at all the opportune
moments where an excellent shot
on Pearl's part might change the
This would make Pearl sympa-
thetic, get her mind off the golf
match, and even put thoughts in
her mind about how nice it would
be for Jasper to be wearing a nice
new Juvenia watch instead of his
antique timepiece, and soPearl
wound up one hole short.
Another favorite went down In
defeat when Capt. Oene Hoch- I
stedler of the Albrook Air Force
Base, defeated Nellie Whitney 2
nd 1 in a verv closely contested
battle. Nellie took the first three .
holes and held the lead for almost; Pra.M. uUp" ,
the entire match. I batches \ ,the conso atlon
Gene was ablv assisted by a f"ght for July 1st are as follows:
mall coral snake, which was Be"y Coleman vs. Jim DesLon-
found about the 14th hole, and aes,- .. _ _>,,
Ruth Presley vs. R. H. Egolf.
Al Saarinen vs. Don McNevin.
O. H. Pescod vs. J. R. Olsen.
M. B. Huff vs. Phil Whitney.
Wilma Lavers- vs. G. A. Reyn-
Bart Elich vs. Qeorge Rlley.
Johnny Hardyman vs. Jim Hln-
Contestants are urged to sched-
ule their matches if possible be-
fore Sunday. If matches are not
arranged previously, 9:00 a.m.
Sunday will be the scheduled
starting time of those matches.
Buddy Hammond defeated
Johnny Mac Murray 1-up in a
match that thrilled not only the
followers, but the large crowd at
the clubhouse that witnessed the
play of the last two holes In the
Pan-American Airwavs Invita-
tional Tournament being held at
Hammond shot a 72 with 18
pars, which in itself is a record.
Johnny shot 73 with two birdies.
Both men played careful golf,
each showing great respect for
the others ability. Hammond's
drives were down the middlehe
was on the greens for his two
putts for par, which under aver-
age conditions is good enough
golf to win most matches. This
w the planned strategy of all
match playbut a strategy which
few golfers actually accomplish.
Johnny's driving was sllghlv
off line and it caused him to bo-
gey Nos. 3,10 and 12, but in order
to overcome two of the lost holes
he blrdled Nos. 7 and 17. The bir-
die on 17 was a pip from the top
or the green and came at a time
when Johnny was 2 down with 2
to go.
This win was not only a lift to
_moiaIe.but ll 8;ave him an op-
American League
Chicago.. ..
New York ..
Boston ....
Cleveland ..
Detroit ....
St. Louis.. ..
Won Lost Pet.
41 .,
Philadelphia at Boston (N).
St, Louis at Cleveland (N).
Detroit at Chicago (N).
New York at Washington (N).
National League
Teams Won Loot Pet.
Brooklyn. .. .. ..- 49 88 .45
New York .. 'St. Louli. .. .. .. 38 30 .546
..V.. 38 39 .51
Cincinnati .. .. .. 31 81 .590
Boston .... ., .. 39 18 .484
Philadelphia .! .. 39 S3 .478
Chicago.. .. .. .. 88 8* .448
Pittsburgh.. .. ..33 38 .377
Boston at Philadelphia (N).
Brooklyn at New York (N).
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N).
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
fter showing Nellie the snake
as able to upset her enough to
"snake" home the winner. Nellie
hot a very nice 96 with her 27
handicap as Gene carded 41-37
for a 78.
Dick Thompson put together a
72 with a 6 handicap to defeat
Harry Willenbrock 4 and 3. Har-
ry shot an 86 for the second week
in a row with a 17 handicap.
(Handicap chairman please note
these scores, i
Bill LeBrun established him-
self as the favorite t win the
tournament by defeating Jack
Smith 5 and 4. Bill was even par
when the match ended (and he
carried a 10 handicap i.
Paul Moran defeated Gertrude
Sfiiedley 1-up in- a close match.
Gertrude took an early lead
which Paul was able to whittle
dtjwn and nose home a winner.
Maury Muller outdrove and out-
ptttted Bud Balcer to win 4 and 3
toBstablish himself as a favorite
to^eln the tournament. Maury is
once again playing his steady
fame after a seige of pneumonia
in Gorgas.
Pre* (Jr.) Trim trimmed John
Davy 3 and 2 and furthered the
cause of the Trim clan with his
surnrise win, while Pres Sr. de-
faulted to W. A. Daniels.
/Pairings for the Juvenia Watch
Championship Flight matches of
Julp-lst are as follows:
JWper Strlckler vs. Gene Hoch-
BH1 LeBrun vs. Paul Moran.
DJck Thompson vs. Maury Mul-
1 ie>
Return Go Approved
By Boxing 'Commish'
The Panam Boxing Commis-
sion yesterday approved the four-
bout program being promoted by
Carlos Delvalle which will be held
July 15 at the Panam National
Gym featuring the ten-round
return match between Leonel Pe-
ralta and Luis Thompson.
Beto Scantlebury tackles Car-
los Watson in one of two six-
round semifinals at a 135-pound
weight limit.
The other secondary attraction
brings together Vicente Worrell
and James Milton at 126 pounds.
The four-round preliminary
will be between hard-hitting San
Bias Indian Fidel Morris and Vic-
tor Ardines.
portunity to even the match &
winning No. 18. His drive was
long but hooked Into the short
rough behind the palm trees-
Hammond was In the middle, but
rolled to the right hand limit of
the fairway. Johnny studied the
lay of his balltook his wedge
and hit hard.
The ball carried over the palm
trees beautifully, but was a Tittle
long and came to rest on the
greenside slope of the bacjc blink-
s-Hammond's second was a
skillful shotpin high about 10
feet to the left of the cup. John-
ny had no choicehe must play
for the win. His shot overran and
when Hammond putted to with-
in inches of the cup Johnny con-
ceded the match. Here are the
scorings hole bv hole:
Par 4 3 4 3 5 4 6 4 4-36
Hammond 43435454 436
M'Murray 43535444 436
Par 4 3 4H3 5 4 5 4 4-36
Hammond 43435454 436
M Murray 5-3-5 3 5 4 5 3 437
Charlie Mac defeated Chandeck
3 and 2. Both players had diffi-
culties but Chandeck's short ap-
proaches caused him serious
trouble and resulted in his loss.
Al Corsale shot another 72 to
defeat Norm Lewter 4 and 3. Cor-
sale's game was extremely accu-
rate and his approach putts In
many Instances rimmed the cup.
Norm's game was not up to his
usual skillful playhe was short
on many of his approaches which
caused him to 3-putt. If Al conti-
nues to play the brand of golf
exhibited in his last three match-
es, he will be battling in the fin-
A. Galindo's decisive defeat of
"Doc" Gerrans 7 and 6 was not
expected. It was believed this
match would be close and go the
limit for decision. "Doc" didn't
play to form while Galindo did
that's the answer. Galindo's abil-
ity has been emphasized before
and it is repeated here now, that
Table Tennis Fourth Round
Elimination Slated Tonight
he is definitely a comer. His game' stubborn opposition from Arnold
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has a strong will to win.
In the First Flight: Starrett
defaulted to Spain; Hochstedler
won from Smith In a hard fought
match. Gene's accurate ap-
proaches and putts could not be
denied; Richmond eliminated
Muller 7 and 5; George Rlley shot
a 72 at Ray Murray to win 6 and 5.
Second Flight: G. Galindo eas-
ed by Ray Euper 1-up: Bill Le-
Brun defeated Frank Day 5 and
3; Gardner defeated Paul Engel-
ke 4 and 3: Bubb outlasted Freddy
Hunsicker to win 1-up.
Third Flight: Bob Medinger
came back strong from belna 4
down to Durham and evened the
match on the lflth, only to lose on
the 18th; Wright defeated Held-
endlch 4 and 3; P. Rlley won from
Crabb 4 and 3. Worley was hard
pressed by Robinson before he
squeezed out a 1-up victory.
Fourth Flight: Gil Morland eli-
minated Ed Stroop 4 and 3: Boran
won from Livingston and Berry
from Juan de la Guardia 3 and 2;
B. Engelke got by Slaughter 2 and
The pairings in the semi-finals
Championship Flight: Ham-
mond vs. C. MacMurray; Corsale
vs. A Galindo.
First Flight: Spain vs. Hoch-
stedler: Richmond vs. G. Riley.
Second Flight: O. Galindo vs.*
LeBrun: Gardner vs. Bubb.
Third Flight: Durham vs.
Wright: P. Rlley vs. Worley.
Fourth Flight: Morland vs. Bo-
ran; Berry vs. B. Engelke.'
The fourth round elimination
in the Panam section of the
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship play will be run off to-
night at the Pacific Clubhouse
with seven matches scheduled.
Game time will be 8 o'clock.
Arthur Joseph, current section-
al champion and former Jamai-
ca titleholder, and Carlos Wong
who staged a surprising upset last
Saturday by defeating the clever
stylist Stanley Hall, will furnish
the evening's feature event. Both
Joseph ana Wong have survived
three rounds without a loss.
The other matches Include
William Stephenson, undefeated
in two outings against Jaime de
la Guardia. Lt. G. L, Morrow, with-J
two wins and one defeat, meets
Ana Teresa Rios who won one of
her matches and was awarded the
other on forfeit from George Ma.
duro who did not show up for
play last Saturday night. Stan-
ley Hall s. Alfonso McCormack.
Wesley Jone vs. Ramn Ram-
rez, Sgl. Joe Lockman vs. George
Maduro and Julius David vs.
James Webster complete the-rest
of the schedule.
Eliminations in the Colon, La
Boca and Cristobal YMCA sec-
tions have already been complet-
Barclay Bynoe left no doubt as
to his supremacy in the La Boca
section as he breezed through
the quarter finals last Friday
night at the La Boca Lat-teen
Club. His quarries were Marcus
Grannum, Hector Joseph and
Germn Castillo, who notched
the runner-up spot.
John Hall, perennial ping pong
championship contender of the
Atlantic side, won the Colon sec-
tion elimination last Friday night
at the Club Tropical. In coming
put best in a disappointing small
three-man field. Hall ran Into
AngJin and was forced into five
sets before he could subdue An-
glln. The score was 21-15, 16-21
21-10, 11-21, 21-15. Over 50 en-
thusiastic fans watched the
closely fought match.
In the other'event, Anglln eli-
minated Rodolfo Wisdom in five
sets. Hall then vanquished Wis-
dom in three straight. Four other
ranking players Coleman Sasso,
Raymond and Carl Simons, and
Eric Dailey failed toenter the eli-
George Carty finished first in
the Cristobal Armed Forces
YMCA eliminations, with Wm. G.
Hill finishing as runner up.
John Hughes, another "Y" entry,
was eliminated.
The winners and runners-up of
the Colon, Cristobal "Y" and La
Boca sections will meet in the se-
mifinals to be held soon at the
Pacific Clubhouse.
Meanwhile, a tournament com-
mittee spokesman announced
yesterday that another section
elimination was under way at Ft
Gulick. Lt. Coleman I in eharge
of activities. Ten players were
known to be entered and an ad-
ditional enrollment expected by
the end of this month
Jr. Isthmian
Golf Tourney
On Tap June 30
The Jr. Isthmian Oolf Cham-
Ciship, sponsored by the Bal-
Elks Lodge Nof 1414, will be
?>layed at the Panam Oolf Club
his Saturday, June SeV
The children of the members of
all the golf dabs on the Isthmus
are invited to participate.
Plises for first, second and
third will be distributed. Addi-
tional spot prises and a prise for
last place will also be given.
AU youngsters are urged to play
regardless of the game they
shoot. Pictures of the players will
be taken.
Gene Woodling Stars In
Exhibition Benefit Game
By Unifrd Pmt
NEW YORK, Junt 26 Most of the Major League
clubs devoted yesterday to exhibition games with the Yan-
kees ten-inning 4-3 victory over the Dodgers in the Yan-
kee Stadium last night headlining the schedule.
Robinson To Warn
Joe Louis Against
Fighting In Germany
World Middleweight Champion
Ray Robinson arrived here bv
military train yesterday from
Berlin anxious to warn Joe Louis
against carrying out his plan of
righting In Germany later this
"Ill never fight here again."
Robinson said, "and I'm going to
warn Joe Louis not to come here
Tne champion heard with lit-
tle enthusiasm that the Berlin
Boxing Commission had reversed
the decision of the referee who
disqualified him 8unday for al-
legedly using the kidney punch
against German light heavy-
v/elght Gerhard Hecht.
The Berlin Boxing Commission
ruled the fight should be listed
as "no decision." This means that
the bout was held but neither of
the contestants won or lost.
Play All-Stars
Tonight In Coln
The Harlem Globetrotters are
scheduled to make their third
and final appearance on the
isthmus tonight at the Colon Ar-
The first game of the evening
will get under wav at 7:30 be-
tween two local girls teams.
The Globetrotters will play the
accompanying All-Stars In the
second and feature contest.'
Last night the Globetrotters
downed the All-Stars 65-58 al-
though putting on their usual
show of antics. A capacity crowd
turned out and enjoyed the vari-
ety program offered.
Between halves. Tony Lavelll
captain of the All-Stars, treated
the fans to three well-rendered
numbers on his accordion. Also
an expert Juggler and baton
wielder displayed his skill in an
act which was also greatly en-
Joyed by the fans.
The girls game .which preced-
ed the feature, ended in an upset
with the Sastrera Cardenas girls
upsetting the favored Upper 10
by a 45-38 score.
In The

Page, the Yankees' great relief
pitcher of 1947 and '49, peers
into the future in Kansas City,
where the big left-hander is
trying to relieve arm trouble as
well as starting hurlen. (NEA)
Navy Coco Solo
Cops Cristbal T
Warm-Up League
Teams Won Lost
Navy Coco Solo......4 t
903rd "D" Btry......3 S
20th M.P. Co......\ .. 3 3
USARCARIB School. ..8 8
Navy Coco Solo won the Cris-
tobal "Y" Warm-Up League by
trouncing 903rd "D" Btry, 54-29.
903rd "D" Btry made a battle of
the game for a half as the half-
time score was 20-17, Navy. But
as the second half got under way,
Navy opened up with their big
guns to move into a substantial
37-21 lead.
In the fourth period thev kept
pouring in the baskets. 903rd. "D"
Btry Just couldn't seem to find
the basket in this half and Navy
controlled the backboards, which
meant the game.
30th M.P. Co. stayed right In
the fight for second place as they
fought off a last quarter USAR-
CARIB School rally to win 51-44.
8he second place game will be
between 20th M.P. Co. and 903rd
"D" Btry.
Leading Scorer for the Season
Games Points
Spencer (20th M.P.) 6 86
Oeterberg"(USC.6ch.) 6 76
Trueblood (903rd > . 6 73
Hosfeld iNavy OS.) S 71
Davis (20th M.P. Co.) 8 60
Bundrock (30th M.Pj 6 68
An all-time record crowd for
an exhibition contest of 71.289
fans attended the thrilling en-
counter between the two clubs
likely*to meet each other again in
the World Series this fall.
The game was played for the
benefit of the city's amateur
baseball players. The Yankees
thereby maintained their "cham-
pionship14 of New York City, al-
though a bit If bizarre base-run-
ning by Gene Woodling almost
cost them the title.
Actually, it was Woodling's
Team Withdrawn
From Loop Because
Of 'Fatal1 Pitcher
DOTHAN, Ala., June 26 (UP)
Dothan made \ good Sunday its
threat to withdraw from the Flo-
rida-Alabama Baseball League
rather than play against Head-
land pitcher Jack Clifton.
Brown right fielder Otis John-
son was fatally injured recently
by a pitched ball thrown by Clif-
ton. After Johnson' death. Dot-
han owner Charles O. Smith said
his team would withdraw if
Headland put Clifton in the line-
up as a pltdher.
Smith announced the with-
drawal at the Dothan ball park
shortly before a game with Head-
land was scheduled to start. Fans
applauded the decision then filed
by ticket windows to collect ad-
mission refunds.
Johnson died June 15, a little
more than a week after his skull
was fractured by Clifton" pitch-
ed ball. The Browns forfeited a
game with Headland on June 13,
the day after Johnson's funeral,
because Clifton was in the line-
up as a pitcher. They had played
several games with Headland
while Clifton worked h> right
field, however.
"I don't believe Clifton hit
Johnson intentionally," said
Smith Sunday. Nevertheless,
when an automobile driver runs
over a child and kills It, he loses
his license for a while."
pinch-single in the tenth in-
ning that beat the Dodgers
Woodling's drive with the bas-
es full landed In the right field
stands and would have been a
homer had he not passed Hank
Bauer on the base paths.
Instead, he was credited with a
Bobby Thomson's eighth in-
ning single gave the Giants a 5-4
victory over the Red Box at Bos-
ton in another exhibition contest
while Vern Law of the Piratea
pitched his club to a 5-2 con-
quest over the Indians at Pitts-
Allowing but two hits, Ken
Johnson and Milo Candinl of the
Phillies, defeated the Athletics
2-1 at Philadelphia.
The Braves humbled their Mil-
waukee farmhands 8-1 but Oma-
ha of the Western Association
walloped the Cardinals 5-3 a
Cloytf Boyer suffered the loss
The Cubs beat their Des Moine
farm club 9-0.
Favorites Triumph
In Wimbledon Tennis
Tournament Opener
Rolling clouds and fitful burst
of sunshine greeted the,opening
of the Wimbledon Tennis Tour-
nament yesterday morning
Fourth-seeded Budge Patty of
the United States and defending
men's singles titleholder went
against South Africa's David Lu-
rte and won 6-1, 6-1, 6-4.
Dick Savitt of the U. S. beat
Nigel Cockburn of South Africa
6-2 6-2, 6-2.
Herbie Flam of the U. S. beat
Naresh Kumar of India 6-1, 6-2,
Gianni Cucelll of Italy beat
Britain's Norman Cltovltz 6-2,
6-2, 6-3.
Singles favorite Jaroslav Drob-
ny of Egypt beat Germany's Gott-
fried Von Cramm 9-7, 6-4, 6-4.
Czech Plschala Pole, a resident
of Britain, beat Geoffrey Ward of
Britain 6-2, 6-2, 6-3.
More Sports
On Page Eight

TUESDAY, JUNE 86, 1951
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f^acific S^ocietu
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80.393, B*tU JJ,ifku-V,l. B*llo* 28 72
MR. AND MRS. EDGAR E. PLMMER. nee June Claire Atkin-
lon, walk down the aisle following their recent wedding at
the First Baptist Church, Balboa Heights.
vThe Governor of The Panama Canal. Francia K. New-
comer, and Mrs. Newcomer, will entertain at a reception from
6 to 8 this evening at the Governor's Residence in honor of
Senator Olin D. Johnston, of South Carolina, and Mrs. John-
ston, who are Isthmian visitors this week.
Senator and Mrs. Johnson
Are Entertained at Embassv
The Charge d'Affalres ad In-
terim of the United States. Mur-
ray M. Wise, and Mrs. Wise, en-
tertained at a formal dinner par-
ty given last evening at the Em-
bassy residence on La Cresta in
honor of Senator OHn D. John-
ston of South Carolina and Mrs.
With Senator and Mrs. John-
ton, the guests were the Gover-
nor of The Panama Canal and
Mrs. Francis K. .Newcomer, the
Minister of Labor of the Repub-
lic of Panama and Mrs. Juan de
Arco Gallndo; the Second Secre-
tary of, the United States Embas-
sy and Mrs. Raymond A. Val-
llere; the Economic Attache to
the United States Embassy and
Mrs. Louis C. Nolan; the local
President of The American Fed-
eration of Government Employes
and Mrs. Rufus T. Lovelady: the
International Vice-President of
The American Federation of
Government Employes and Mrs.
H. J. Chase and Mr. and Mrs.
Charlton B>" guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnston. it
Mrs. Benjamin Chen>Mrs. Abdlel
Arias, Mrs. J. J. Vallarlno and
Mrs. Robert J. Boyd.
Mrs. Elisa Heurtematte. Chair-
man of the Hospitality Commit-
tee, was In charge of arrange-
ments for the tea.
Dr. and Mrs. Grant
Returned Yesterday
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Grant
of Diablo Heights returned yes-
terday aboard the S.S. Cristobal
from a vacation of three months
spent In New York, Washington.
D.C., and their former home In
I.A.W.C. Holds
Tea at El Panam
The Inter-American Women's
Club entertained yesterday af-
ternoon with a tea given In the
Balboa Room of El Panam in
honor of Dr. Esther Nelra de Cal-
vo, who Is the Executive Secre-
tary of the Inter-American Com-
mission of Women in Washing-
ton. D.C. Dr. Calvo .a noted Pa-
namanian educator and femin-
ist, was the first president of the
The newly elected president of
the club, Mrs. Eugene C. Lom-
bard, Introduced the honor guest.
Who addressed the gathering.
Among those alternating In
presiding at the tea and coffee
services were Mrs. Jose Ramon
Guisado. Mrs. Ignacio Molino,
Jr. Mrs. Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos.
the Countess of Rabago, Mrs.
Francis K. Newcomer. Mrs' Al-
bert M. Bledsoe. Mrs. Herbert D.
Vogel, Mrs. Harry D. Scheibla,
LA.VV.C. Board
Meets Tomorrow
The Board of Directors of the
Inter-American Women's Club
I will meet at 8 a.m. tomorrow at
the club headquarters on Shaler
Miss Bowen Leave*
on Vacation
Miss Elizabeth Bowen, daugh-
ter of Colonel and Mrs. John
Bowen, of Quarry Heights, sailed
Friday aboard the SS Panama for
New York. Miss Bowen will leave
by plane from New York for Pa-
ris to spend the summer with
friends in France and Switzer-
I ......
Amador Officers' Wives
to Meet Wednesday
The monthly luncheon meeting
of the Fort Amador Officers'
Wives' Club will take place at
12:80 p.m. tomorrow at the Army
and Navy Club. Hostesses for the
luncheon will be Mrs. K. O. Dick-
ens of Fort Clayton and Mrs. R.
J. Dlckson of Corozal. Bridge and
canasta will be played before the
meeting, beginning at 10 a.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Browder
Entertain for Son
In honor of their son. Edward,
on his eighteenth birthday. Mr.
and Mrs. Edward M. Browder,
Jr.. entertained 28 guests at a
buffet dinner and theater party
given at their residence In Bal-
boa on Sunday evening. Guests
for the occasion were the Misses
Sheila Fearon. Nancy Wells. Ann
West. Barbara Shaw, Barbara
Jones, Sue Johnson. Joanna
March, Sue Shutt. Marge Wiley.
Pat Peacher and Ann Russell.
Also the Messrs Irwln Frank.
David Albrltton, Terry Ford, B1
Elton. Mike McNevin Bill Walsh,
E. W. Hatchett. David Mcllhen-
ny. Sid Shore, Dave Shore. Rich-
ard Abbott and Duke Peacher.
Youngs Return
from Miami
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Young
of the Headquarters. Fifteenth
Naval District, returned by plane
from Miami on Sunday evening.
They wer,e accompanied by their
son and daughter-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Young. Mr.
and Mrs. Young had gone to Mi-
ami to be present at the gradua-
tion exercises at the University
of Miami from which their son
(ecelved his degree.
MUs Healy -
Honored at Tea
Miss Maria Teresa Healy.
daughter of Mr. and,Mrs. J. Ed-
ward Healy. Jr.. was the guest of
honor at a tea and shower given
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. A-
qullino Boyd and Mrs. Fernando
Eleta at Mrs. Boyd's residence.
Miss Healy's marriage to Mr. Ro-
berto Ramon Alemn will take
place here next month.
Stempels Entertain
for Miss Rowlands
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel R. Stem-
pel entertained a group of
friends for a buffet supper on Sa-
turday -at their home in Las
Cumbres to celebrate the engage-
ment of their cousin. Miss Emita
Rowlands, to Mr. Francis Comis-
Mr. and Mrs. Rlddiek
Guests at El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. June Rlddlck. Jr:,
of Caracas, Venezuela, are guests
at the Hotel El Panama. Mr. Rld-
dlck's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
June Rlddlck. were well known
Isthmian residents several years
ago, when Mr. Rlddlck was asso-
ciated here with the British-
American Tobacco Co.
Mn. Johnston Leaves
for Maine Visit
Mrs. D. S. Johnston of Balboa,
left by airplane last evening en
route to Main, where she was
called suddenly by the death of
her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel O. Warner
(Of Flushing Hillcrest, Long Island, N.Y.)
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Warner
Leopold and Catherine Warner ^
lh to thank all the** h smt flower and naradoni l
condolence daring Ihelr recent bereavement.

PHONES: 2-1830
& 2-1833
CAA Point-Four
Training Director
Visitor To Panam
Minister of Government and
Justice, Doctor Miguel Angel Or-
donez, gave a luncheon Friday
at Hotel El Panam in honor of
Harold W. Earn, Chief of the
Training Division, International
Region, Civil Aeronautics Admin-
istration, Washington, D.C,
Earp visited Panam to confer
with officials of the Panamanian
Government, the American Em-
bassy, the aviation Industry, and
Mr. John I. Lerom, Chief of the
United States Civil Aviation
Mission to Panam, concerning
Point Four aviation training pro-
The Civil Aeronautics Adminis-
tration, In collaboration with the
Department of State, offers to
Panamanian citizens specialized
training in air traffic control,
airport management, aeronautic-
al communications and other
aviation specialties.
Since 1942 a total of 22 Pana-
manians have received aviation
scholarships with CAA. Of this
number, 12 are aviation mech-
anics, four air traffic control
operators, two airport managers,
and four aviation Industry spe-
cialists. Eight scholarships are
currently being awarded.
Fifteen CAA program gradua-
tes now hold responsible posi-
tions in local aviation and are
contributing to the safety and
advancement of aviation in Pan-
Earp, who is an experienced
commercial pilot and private
plane owner, has administered
CAA training programs since
1941. He is also President of the
Spanish-speaking "Club de las
Americas" in Washington, D.C.
Rosy Welcome To Roses
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)Flow-
er lovers have a rosy welcome
from James Lyne. gardening en-
thusiast. Lyne. whose garden
contains nearly 500 plants, ex-
tended a standing invitation to
flower lover to "come to mv gar-
den as often as you please and
stay as long as you like."
Want to sleep
like a baby?
V Put some P08TUM In a cup
4 add not water or milk
, and you'll nave a daiicious bv
arage, fro of stimulants, which
will halp you to an joy a reatful.
aoothing sleep.
fiat fOSTUM ltay d try W
Administration Starts Fight
For Its Wage-Price Controls
WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP). The Administration opened AttWlHllOl I VWH Hy
Its uphill fight yesterday to kill a proposed "ban on future price P f *IVan.e.Aai
rollbacks which stabilization officials claim would cost consumers fOf LOIiTCl GliCcS
"billions" In planned price cuts. WI %w,,,vl *"***
Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D., III., asked the Senate to defeat the AM f||> fill ft (Mil*
Srovlsion in Its new watered-down controls bill shortly after Sen. \J[\ rL"r KK Jill IS
urnet R. May bank, I)., S. C, opened debate on the measure with
a sharp attack on the Administration.
Maybank, chairman of the Senate Banking Committee which
drafted the bill, said President Truman "apparently" delayed in
imposing price curbs last fall In hopes "prices would rise so that
increased taxes could be collected from larger Incomes."
Simultaneously, the House
Rules Committee opened the way
for the house to begin debate to-
morrow on Its own controls bill
which would extend wage-prlc*-
rent curbs for one year. The Sen-
ate measure provides for an
eight-month extension.
Members of both chambers
were frankly doubtful, however,
that Congress will be able to whip
through a bill before the present
law expires Saturday night. They
believed It will be necessary to ex-
tend the present law while a new
act Is being written.
The Senate Agriculture Com-
mittee, meantime, informally a-
greed to oppose any effort to
write President Truman's request
for a one-year "freeae" on farm
parity into the Senate bill.
Douglas strongly criticized a
provision of the measure which
would forbid prices to be rolled
back below levels prevailing In
the period January February.
1951. The present "base" period
L May and June of last year
when prices geenrally were low-
Price Stabilizer Michael V. Dl-
Balle has charged the provision
would cost consumers more than
$2.000,000,000 In proposed price
cuts by cancelling hU two re-
maining beef price rollbacks and
pending rollbacks on manufac-
tured goods.
Douglas urged Senators from
cattle producing states not to
become a "cat's paw" for "mono-
polistic Interests" which, he
claimed, profiteered by raising
prices after the start of the Ko-
rean war last June and Just be-
fore the general price freeze In
Maybank retorted that the a-
mendment is not aimed at beef.
"I have no intention," he as-
serted, "of passing a law to leave
any administrator the power to
rollback prices to May and June
of last year."
But Douglas backed by Sen.
Irving M. Ivs. R.. N.Y., and sev-
eral Democrats said the roll-
back feature la the "single most
Important question before the
Senate." y
Ivs said the ban would mean
an average rise of five to six per
cent In manufacturing prices and
"another round of wage Increas-
es which, in turn, would further
aggravate and complicate and
augment our dangerous Inflation
EXHAUSTING WAY TO START A JET "Artificial respira-
tion" Is used by one F-86 Jet fighter to start another Jet en-
gine in tests at Otis Air Force Base, Mass. Using the blast
from the plane ahead, the rear Jet gets the necessary start-
ing rotation to get underway. The method, tried successfully
In Korea, Is suitable for emergency starting at advanced
bases where external power units normally used for Jet
starting, because of the large amount of power required
are not available.
Robert I. Jones (above) of Ar-
thur Andersen and Co. of Chlca-
o. is scheduled to arrive on the
sthmus by plane tomorrow for
conferences with Canal officials
concerning the studies his firm
has made in connection with the
Incorporation of Canal-Railroad
The Arthur Andersen firm of
certified public accountants has
been retained by the Canal or-
ganization on a contract basis for
surveys preliminary to the estab-
lishment of the new Panama Ca-
nal Company July 1.
The studies have been made
here by George Hill, Jr.. James
Lamb and Maurice Hoffman who
have been on the Isthmus about
three months. Other representa-
tives of the firm have been here
during the course of the studies.
Mr. Jones was here when the
studies were started and attend-
ed the preliminary meetings of
the special committee of the
Board of Directors of the Pana-
ma Railroad Company which
were held here In February.
Mr. Jones and C D. McDanlel,
a partner of the firm, attended
the meeting of the Panama Rail-
road Company Board of Direc-
tors in Washington last week.
Hands Below Grab Leaper
Who Slipped Wife's Grasp
(UP) Oilchrlst Baker stock-
ton, retired career diplomat and
world-known figure, tried to
Jump from a 13th-floor window
today but was pulled to safety In
a Ufe and death struggle a story
Charles N. Notter, manager of
an Insurance company on the,
12th floor, and Elmer Franke,
one of his underwriters, hauled In
Stockton after he had slipped
from the grasp of his wife at the
13th-story ledge.
"When he reached the 12th
floor ledge, he teetered back and
forth." Notter said. "We each
grabbed one of his legs. Then he
let go of the window and fell
backward.. Some others ran up
and grabbed his arm and we
pulled him ki."
Stockton. 60-year-old collateral
descendant of Richard Stockton,
a signer of the Declaration of In-
dependence, held many Impor-
tant posts abroad during his ca-
For aoay't tkln, nothing soothe
and protects like Johnton'i Baby
Powder. Use it after
baths, at diaper change.
bist rot row
dotVn*t)H*4ofcH* ganata laniinCaa W.S.
I.. 1.1. A,
He was a Rhodes Scholar at
Oxford from 1914 to 1917 and be-
gan his government service a-
broad at the same time as a
member of the U.8. Relief Com-
mission in Belgium.
He was chief of the Austrian
mission, American Relief Admin-
istration, under Herbert Hoover
In 1919-20, naval aide and liaison
officer to the U.8. high commis-
sioner to the Philippines in 1945-
46. He held decorations from
many governments and the cltv
of Vienna. He reached the rank
of lieutenant commander in the
This morning. Stockton came
with his wife to his real estate
office on the 13th floor of the
Barnett National Bank building.
He greeted a typist and he and
his wife went Into his private of-
The stenographer heard Mrs.
8tockton cry "Gllchrlst, don't!"
8he opened the door and saw Mrs.
Stockton holding on to his arm
as her husband stood on the
ledge. By this time workers on
the floor below noticed the com-
motion and they grabbed Stock-
ton Just as he fell. Hundreds of
spectators on the street watched
the drama aloft.
Several persons held Stockton
until police arrived. Pale and
trembling. Stockton would make
no statement.
Friends said that Stockton had
been In a nervous condition re-
cently. He was taken bv two po-
licemen to a hospital for obser-
Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Avenue
Opposite Ancon P.O.
<\M XT
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For full information see:
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
Minimum for
12 words
3e each additional
No. 4 Tlvoll Ave
rh.n* -JJ91
Parque r l(WH
So. 4 rourth of July At
Phon* 2-S441
IMS Mcl.ndrz Avi.
Phon. 255Coln.
Km. U Waal 121 Stmt,
No. K "H" lltMl-Piiumi
No. 12.17 Central Ava.CeMa.
FOR SALE:Must sell In o week,
\,,'J949 Plymouth Special Ce Luxe.
like new. $1,400.00 cosh. Coll
""."Panama 2-2064.
fOR SALE: 1951. Nosh Custom
" Rambler, overdrive, W-S-W, ra-
dio, all extras, wil1 sell, reasonable,
- Phcna Novy 3584.
FOR SALE: Household goods. 2
dressers, 8 pc. diningroom set oak,
I spring and mattress, 2 steel
bedsteads, I rocking chair, I oak
til cabinet, garden set flowers
seVte, 3 chairs, one 9 ft. 25 Cyl.
refrigerator 5 years old, will swap
for 60 cycle. Fair priced. Phone
Balboa 2-1884 7II-A.
Da rou have a aVinktaf prablam?
Write Alcoholic Anonymoue
Box 2031 A neon. C Z.
FOR SALE:1949 Pontioc 8, four ,f0R SALFDiningroom set, like new.
door sedan, rodio, 51,650.
ooid. Tel. Balboa 2984
Wardrobe. Baby wardrobe crib. Bar-
gain, No. 8, 52nd St., Apart. I.
fCR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible.
tires good, rodio, 19.000 mi.
'.SI,300. Or best offer. Must sell.
Con be finonced Easy and CHEAP.
_.Call Novy 2315.
FOR SALE: Will sacrifice 1950.
faui dear. Chevrolet Sedan, like
" new. Only 9.000 miles, term.
Balboa 2-2952.
FOR SALE:5 piece mahogony bed-
room set, General Electric table
model radio. Pedro Miguel 185-C,
Tel 5766 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:16.20 korat unset em-
erald cut aquamarine, suitable for
ring.i Will take substantial loss.
Must Sell. 2-3428 daily 5:00
7:00 p.m.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. refrigerator.
Venetion,, porch furniture, cribs.
Household articles. 0302 Cable
Heights. Ancon.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Super Con-
vertible Dynoflow. Motor, tires,
paint, uphoktery, top in excellent
condition. Borgoin. Almacn Lo
Mueco. No. 79-A Central Ave.,
'f SAUE:Used ports for 1938
FOR SALE: Swedish modern sofa
and chair, metal ironing board.
Kitchen and nursery linoleum. Chi-
nese lomp. Rottar, coffee table.
Potty choir. 1403-A Corr Street.
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 th. Superintendent
of Storehouses. Balboo, and the Hous-
ing Manoger at Balboa Heights.
Philliaa. Beach cottages, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlichi Santa Cloro beoch-
cottoge. Electric lea boxes, oat
tovas, moderte ratas. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR RENT:Vocation cottage in El
Volcan, will accommodate 6, gat
for cooking, fire place. Rent by
week or ynonth or least. Cristobal
Williams Santa Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE:AKC registered block
cocker puppies 5 weeks old. Quort-
m, ....ZT~ ._ ers 64-A, Albrook. Phone 2123.""
FOR SALE:Over stuffed furniture, I_________________ _......_______
soft, club-chair, wing-chair. Good FOR SALE:12.3 cu. ft. Deepfreeze
I condition. $150.00. House 31, 5th I Bendix Gyromotic wosher, 1950
S'., New Cristobal.
Buick Specials. Tel. 83-4147, of-.FOR SALE:Frigidaire refrigerator, 5
X$i 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:1951 V-8 Ford Tudor
Sedon. Less thoi 3.200 miles.
Qtrs. 201 1-D Curundu.
Better prices and good work at Tro-
picol Motors, Inc., Ponami.
FOR SALE1949 Chevrolet Fleetline
car in perfect condition $1,350.00
cash, or will except cosh for equity,
party ossume payments will con-
sider older cor for equity. Apply
cu. ft., 60 cycles. $40.00; Modern
Moid 4 burner ga stove. $20.00.
Boths items in good condition. Apt.
8. Ricardo Arios and 51st Street.
Tel. 3-0905, 5 7 p.m.____________
FOR SALE:11 oluminum Venetian
blinds. 9 cu. ft. Westinghouse, 3?.
years old. Mahogany table, four
choirs. One B'ue Ridge dinner set.
5624-A Hecker Street, Diablo. Tel.
Codillac "62" Coupe de Ville
driven. Less thon 4,000 miles. Call
Albrook 2288.
FOR SALE:Puppies, good breed 6
weeks old. 9th Street Parque Le-
fevre.' Barriada Panom Amrica.
Vilor family.
house 11-A any time this week. 'Modem piano playing taught. begin-
New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet, '4-door
Sedon, perfect mechanieallf, very
cleon. $950. Ask Mr. Peterson Ho-
, tel TivOli.
Boat & Motors
- FOR SALE OR TRADEFor late mo-
del car, 26 ft. cabin cruiser, fost.
""" licensed for 10 people. 102 HP.
Groy marine engine, heod, fresh-
> -water tank, ready to go. Cqll 82-
' 3139 or 87-3297, after 6 p.m.
Grow Meetings
Rose of Sharon Lodge No. 46
P, O. of O. 8. and D. of S. will
_,fi_ld Its recular meeting Frlrlav
t the Corinthian Temple (219)
,;tnrtinsr. at 7:30 p.m.
Important business Items will
be dealt with. A special Invita-
tion Is extended to all members
who are In arrears.
' Ficr|, TM,,-tion (hit
For Barber Licenses
LANSING. Mich. June 26 (UP>
A'bill was considered In the Mi-
chigan state senate recentlv
which would have required that
applicants for barbers licenses
have at least a 10th grade educa-
state Sen. Frank Heath of Bav
Qlty objected to the provision.
. however.
'., ..'All it would do." Heath said.
"Is raise the level of conversation
In Michigan's barber shops."
L-- l*erai Notice
Unit. State of America
Canal Zone
Unir, (tafea District Court Fat
The District Of The Canal Zana
! Bolboa Division
Caa Ko. .1852
Civil Doc-ti 18
To the abovr-namrd defendant:
, Yon are hereby required to appear and
I iri.fr the complaint riled In the above-
entl-led action within ninety days after
Juna 1*. 1951
In eaae of jour failure to to appear
i and anewer. juda/ment III be taken
er-intt -ou by default for tba relief
' demanded in tbf complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Jo.eph >
, Hanaoeb. Judcv. United Stain DMrlrt
. Court for the DIatrirt of the Canal _oar.
thla lt'h day of June !9el.
C. T McCermkk, Jr.
IBy Sara de la Paaa
Chief Deputy Clerk
Tc Jaanaetu K. Glfford
The foregoing lummoni la served
pon yen by publication pumuam to
he order of the Honorable Joaeph -
Hancock. Judie United Sutra Uiatrlct
Court for the DUtrirt of the Canal tone.
dated Jane II. Itil and entered and
filed In thla action la the office of the
Clerk of aald United Statea Diatrirt
Court for the Difialon of Balboa on
June 11. Itil.
C T. McCermlck. Jr.
Br Sara de I. P..
Chief Deputy Clerk
ners, advanced students. Informa-
tion Box 3142. Tel. 2-1282.
Capt. H. W. Gordon
Is Assistant CofS
15th Naval District
Captain H. W. Gordon, Jr.,
UbN, nas recently reported 101
duty as assistant Chiet o staff,
-iiteenth Naval District.
A graduate of the United
State. Naval Academy, Class of
19-'. is accompanied by nis wile,
the lormer Miss Doris Syfer of
Baltimore, Maryland, and 14
year old daughter, Barbara Ann.
Tnev will occupy Quarters "K"
on the Naval District Headquar-
ters Reservation.
Prior to reporting for duty
here. Captain Uordon served as
Chief Stan oincei, Pnilaoelphia
Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet.
After graduating from the Na-
val Acaoemy, Captain Gordon
served aboard the USS Whitney
and uii' USS Utah, and then at-
tended the submarine school at
New London. Connectlcui. troui
which he graduated in 1929. He
had duty In the submarine S-3-
for two and a half years in Chi-
na ana Pearl Harbor, and then
was attached to the Electric
Boat Company, New London.
1934-36. Later In 1.38 he was
executive officer of the S-25 and
In 1937 commanded the 8-32.
Captain Gordon served aboard
the VSS Savannah from 1938 to
1-40 and was attached to the
Navy's Public Relations Office,
Washington, D.C., from 1940 to
During World War II Captain
Gordon commanded the USS
Doran In the Atlantic 1942 and
1943, and the USS Ingraham in
the Atlantic and Pacific, from
1943 through 1944. After a brief
period with the Public Informa-
tion Office in Washington, D.C.,
he served as Public Information
Officer for the Commander,
Western Sea Frontier from April
to December, 194S. He was also
Public Information Officer to
Commander in Chief, Pacific
Fleet, for a short period In 1946.
On China Station in 1947-48, he
commanded the Naval Hospital
Ship USS Repose.
Captain Gordon holds two
Letters of Commendation, one
from the Secretary of the Navy,
and the other from the Com-
mander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet,
for duty aboard the DORAN; the
European-African-Middle East-
ern Theater ribbon with two
battle stars; the Asiatic-Pacific
ribbon with one star: the Amer-
ican Defense; the Philippine Li-
beration: the American Theater;
the China 8ervlce: and the Navy
Occupation ribbons.
FOR SALE:Child large mahogany
wardrobe and desk combination
$25; Kenmore 25 cycle washing
machine $50; Must be sold before
Wednesday morning. 784-D Ta-
vernilla St. 2-2426.
FOR SALEPhilco refrigerator. 60
cycle. About 2 years old. Cocoli
FOR SALE:Singer Sewing ond ma-
chine. Baby Grand Piano. Under-
wood tyoewriter. youths bed. baby
stroller, baby crib. Tel. 916. Coln.
FOR SALE: Piano Accordion, 24
boss, with case, $50.00. Tel. Coco
Solo 8550.
WANTED TO RENT: Responsible
U. S couple desires modern house
in residential section such as Golf
Heights with large grounds. Will
sgn leose. Panome 3-1684. 5 to
WANTED Twelve family apartment
in Balboa or Diablo from about
July 1st to about Sept. 1st, young
couple, no children, no pets. Call
2-2938 afte. 4 p. m.
TO RENT OR BUY: Typewriter.
Good shape. Coll Mrs. Peorson, Cu-
rundu 6185. '
FOR RENT:3 bedroom chalet In
Bella Vista. Best location, garoge,
servants guarters, 3 bathrooms. Tel
2-2260 or 3-I9C5.
FOR RENT:House two bedrooms,
service, living-diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room with garage, service,
164 Brslisorio Porros. Tel. 3-1465.
FOR RENT:Modern three bedroom
Chalet ot Golf Heights, completely
equipped for two months, tele-
phone 5-0533 or 3-2694, Mr.
FOR RENT:Furnished ond comfort-
able house. Attractive place. Four
bathrooms, two garoges, garden,
maid's room. etc. House 114, 11th
Street Poitlll.. Coll Tel. 2-1456.
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
FOR RENT: Modern, 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No.. I San An-
tonio apartments, ask for keyo,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103 00. or call Zubleto .=
FOR RENT: Aportments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, ot No. 20 Vio Espona.
De Castro, Avenue "B," No. 24.
Phone 2-1616.
At Times a Length of
Can be mighty handy to
nave round the house
and in your car.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and fuses.
<3E0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
79 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
E-UPHOt_rr_BINT. call u. vl"
our bow-roam Custom built rrnl-
._!_.._'__f"cta_.1' *** " >
''o'' Fabrica. Free Eattaulea na.
f. la One No. 77 (Auto. Bow)
New Tlepho- S-WM. '
Tel. 8,-1713
#22 E 29th 8t.
Model UIF Synchronised
Direct C.Z Shipments
At Faetn Prices.
Plan S dr Mayo
Panam. R P.
FOR RENT, Aportments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom. kitch- I
en, balh, ot, Bella Vista, 44th. St. I
Eost No 9, De Castro. Avenue "B,"
No. 24, phone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:Small furnished opart -
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
WANTED: Smoll economical cor,
good condition. Offer with price:
P.O. Box 1531. Panomi.
FOR RENT:Independent two bed-
room apartment ot 102-A, Tea-
tro Eden Street. Corrasqiulla.
FOR RENT:New, modern and con-
venient aportments. Fourlh of July
Avenue No. 61, Miguel Hive, phone
maid. Cooks ond cores for children.
Available July 6. Coll Balboa
Professional Men Run
Costly Toy Railroad
MEMPHIS. Tenn. June 26 (UP)
Doctors, lawyers, artists, re-
tired millionaires and just possi-
bly a real railroad man all met
here and play railroad, with mo-
del trains.
They build or buy models of all
sorts of trains and then watch
them run over 3,000 feet of track.
Some of the locomotives are
worth hundreds of dollars being
powered with an intricate system
of electrical switches.
Britain Develops
Jel Propelled
Navy Patrol Boat
LONDON. June 26 (LPS) Jet
propelled patrol boats are to be
used by the British Navy. The
first wlli be launched by the Ad-
miralty in the near future.
This new phase in British re-
search Into the potentialities of
the gas turbine engine (or naval
work was disclosed when the Ad-
miralty gave a demonstration on
the River Thames of naval ves-
sels driven by Jet propulsion.
These Included the world's
first sea going boat with a jet
The demonstration formed part
of special display of British
achievements in gas turbine en-
eineerlng which are belne given
in London for the Festival of
Britain. Othei exhibits Include
the world'.-, only let propelled
flying boat. The dlsnlavs fll"",-
trate how Britain Invented the
gas turbine and has led the
world In its development.
The engine'used for the Brit-
ish Navy's first Jet driven ship
Is remarkably light. It welehs
only 600 lbs. including the gear
box. compared with two and a
half tons the weight of the dleel
engine which It replaces. It de-
velops about 100 horse power.
The advantages of the let en-
-lne for naval work have been
found to be milek and smooth
acceleif tirm: slmolicity of desl"n.
ease of maintenance and the
saving of spare with a great
oower outnut The main dl^rt-
vantai at present l the high
rate of fuel consumption.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
oportment, oil screened. 47th St.
Also furnished room. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENTTwo modern apartments,
one bedroom on Rochet Street No.
14, two bedroom on Tivoli Avenue
No. 18. across from Ancon Post
Office. Tel. Ponom 2-1032.
just arrived
Loica lightmeter
Loica tripod
Hector lenses
Loica carrying cases
(adtotnlni International Hotel
or Camera store
(Lob.j Hotel "El Pimm")
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, cleon
cocl room. Meols If desired, apart-
ment 3, Bella Visto. 46th Street
No. 18-A. Phone office hours 2-
1693 evenings 3-1789.____________
11-Ye.r-Old Stirs
Alter Two Weeks'
BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. June 26
(UP) An 11-year-old girl awoke
from two weeks of unconscious-
ness for a few fleeting minutes
here today, and her mother cre-
dited the child's improvement to
the prayers of Blrml n g h a m
Carol Lynne Boehme was
struck by an automobile two
weeks ago. Her parents have kept
a constant vlall at her bedside as
the little girl lay near death.
Carol uttered a few feeble but
mostly unintelligible phrases to-
day, then lapsed Into silence.
Mrs. Walter Boehme said the
fnmilv belones to the First Lu-
thran Church here, but that
special pravers were offered at
churches of all sects in West Blr-
minnham for the recovery of the
The mother said the telephone
switchboard at West End hospi-
tal was busy with calls from
church-goers who asked about
Carol Lynne's condition and told
the parents they were praying
she will get well.
The little girl was better today
but still In critical condition, ac-
cording to hospital attendants.
Nurses lifted her from the bed
for tho first time since the ac-
cident to take her to the bath-
room. The child seemed con-
scious part ofthe time, but lapsed
Into unconsciousness at Intervals.
20 riyoli Ave Apt
Office: Tef. 2-3387 Home S-4SS7
HOURS Monda, thru rrid.
lo 12 a.ra
Manda.. Wednnda;. rhonda.
* to S p m
Suarda -Sam to I p.m.
John M. Scbiff
Heads Boy Scouts
John M. 8chlff, partner in the
New York banking firm of Kuhn.
Loeb and Company, a veteran
leader in the Boy Scouts since
1930. Is the newly-elected Presi-
dent of the National Council of
the Boy Scouts of America.
Ho succeeds Amory Houghton
of Corning. N.Y. who held the
post since 1946.
Schlff entered Scouting In 1930
when he became a member of the
Nassau County Council whose
headquarters are at Minela. N.Y.
From 1930 to 1946 he was Vice
President of that Council and is
now a representative to the Na-
tional Council. Since 1946 he has
i been Chairman of the ""Region
Two Executive Committee, com-
| prising New York and New Jer-
sey and has served on the Na-
tional Executive Board since 1933.
In 1946 he was elected a Vice
President of the National Coun-
cil. He was awarded the Silver
Buffalo "for distinguished serv-
ice to bdyhood" in 1943.
Schlff wah born In Roslyn.
NY., In August 1904. His father
was a member of the first Natio-
nal Executive Board In 1910 and
was President and International
Commissioner of the Boy Scouts
of America at the time of his
death in 1931. The Mortimer L.
Schlff Scout Reservation at.
Mendham. NJ.. the National
t.alnmg center of the Boy Scouts
of America was the gift in 1932
o* -John Schlff's grandmother,
Mrs. Jacob H. Schlff.
During World War II. Mr.
Schlff served with the United
States Navy. He has been a Com-
mander In the United States Na-
val Reserve since 1945.
STUDENTS OF THE VACATION SCHOOL of the Balboa Union Church gathered on the
church steps at the close of the sessions.
Balboa Union Church
Vacation School
Completes 4th Year
The Vacation School of the
Balboa Union Church completed
its fourth successful season re-
cently with a display and demon-
stration attended by 250 parents
and friends of the school.
The Vacation School was oper-
ated for two Weeks under the di-
rection of' Mrs. Virginia Town-
send, assisted by a corps of vol-
unteer teachers and helpers.
There were 136 children enrolled
and the work was carried on by
28 adult leaders.
The theme for this year was
"Learning about Jesus."
The beginners learned that
"JesusOur Friend" means that
He is a friend of all children,
made gifts for the children's
ward at the hospital, and sent
picture cards to the Mission In
San Bias. They did Bible mem-
ory work and learned religious
The Primary Department pot-
ted plants, made clay models of
jars and pitchers as used In the
time of Christ; also did Bible
memory work and learned songs.
Matthew Smith of the Panam
Mission, visited the school and
taught Bible in Spanish,
The Junior Department made a
Palestinian village with boxes
and plaster of Paris figures; vis-
ited Rabbi Nathan Witkln who
told them about the religious
customs and worship of the Jew-
ish people, which Jesus also prac-
Included in the activities of
the Intermediate Department
were studies of Jesusthe Great
Leader, and a craft project re-
pairing and mothproofing all the
church hymnals. Rev Barbero of
the Pedregallto Church visited
them and gave a lecture illus-
trated with his own drawings.
Each Friday night when the
combined worship service was
held, a offering was taken for a
missionary project. The students
voted to give all this money to the
Seawall Mission In Panamhalf
to be used in Panam City and
half to help rebuild the church at
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Railroad, Terminals Bureau
Goes To Cristobal August 1
The transfer of the headquar-
ters and offices of the Railroad
and Terminals Bureau from Bal-
boa Heights to the Terminals
Building at Cristobal has been
approved by Governor Newcom-
The Railroad Division will be
transferred as a unit along with
the Director's office, the Master
of Transportation and dispatch-
ers, Roadmaster and Budget Of-
It is expected that the move
will be completed by about the
first of August. It will Involve the
transfer of about 15 persons from
the Pacific side offices.
The transfer of the headquar-
ters from Balboa Heights to Cris-
tobal, where the Terminals Divi-
sion Is now located, will consoli-
date the entire Bureau as one In-
tegrated unit on the Atlantic
side, where the greatest amount
of railroad and shipping activity
is carried on and where most of
the main offices of local steam-
ship agencies are located.
The steamship ticket agent's
office will remain on the Pacific
side, where the majority of pas-
sengers originate, and where
close, contact can be maintained
with the transportation offices of
the Canal and the armed forces
and the Panama Line's agent In
Panama City.
Arrangements have been made
for the following transfers in of-
fice space and assignments on
the Atlantic side to provide for
the consolidation of the Railroad
and Terminals Bureau in the
Terminal Buildirig at Cristobal.
The Railroad and Terminals
Bureau will occupy Rooms 201,
202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208 and
210 In the Terminals Building.
The Customs and Immigration
offices, which have occupied
seven of these rooms, will occupy
Rooms 106. 200. 201. 202 and the
rear half of Room 203, In the Ad-
ministration Building.
Standard Oil Company has
been located in Rooms 203 and
204 of the Administration Build-
ing and will move to the Cristo-
bal Masonic Temple.
The Quarantine Office, which
has been located In Rooms 206
and 208 In the Terminal Build-
ing, will occupy Room 204 and
the front half of Room 203 in the
Administration Building.
The Central Labor Office of
the Personnel Bureau Is now be-
ing moved from Room 105 in tho
Administration Building to spaco
in the basement of Building 1029
occupied by the Canal Zono
Chapter of the American Red
The Navigation Division has
already been moved from Rooms
200. 201 and 202 to Rooms 108,109
and 110 in the Administration
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DIRTY FIGHTINGOozing mud from every pore, Navy "frog-;
men" at Norfolk, Va., emerge from a slushy culvert during thelfr
"Hell Week" qualifying exercises. Tough and dirty testa like this
belp eliminate unqualified men from the Navy's elite corps of
commando-type underwater anaolaiiata
Try tho small but mighty want
It's the wonder selling aid
Gets results so fast, so cheaply
When you want to sell or trade!
You'll agree P.A. Classifieds are
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renting, trading, hiring or what-
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Wolter Winchell
In New York
Labor New
I swear that at the f orginfi ol th planet
\.e lovedauu w..a a great. ete.ial passion.
Amid the rocks, then I took you for granite.
And soul called soul In transcendental fashion.
In time, when I was Just a shy aomeba.
I thought that you'd he swell for coins fission.
When I was slave, and you were Queen of Sheba,
I used to envy Solomon's position.
As Eskimos, I gave you half my blabber.
As Cherokee*, I helped you to my scalps.
At rubbing noses you won every rubber.
I vlrlrted to your yodels In the Alps.
Fate picked you out for meand what a waste!
Now fate can keep youI've rot better taste.
Lee Kotow
Headlines & Footnotes: "The
attorney for the 7 executed Nazi
war criminals declared the
hangings 'are a severe Wow to
German-American friendship'."
i Oh, sure. The worst blow since
Hitler committed suicide) .
'Eva Peron to Help La Prensa's
Staff." (A pat ton the back to
find the soft spot for the dag-
gen."..Britons Ate 10.000 Horses
In 1950." (Can't you just see Joe
E. Lewis rubbing his hands
gleefully?).. "Long Island R. It-
Shows a Loss." tOf lives')..
"Stripteaser Earns $1.500 Per
Wc?k." 'There's No Business Like
show Business)..."Slight Earth-
quake Hits Eastern Coast.
(Prob'W FDR turning over).
..Remember when the only
Dope in the class was the
Dick ("S. Pacific") Rodfers
verheard an Ulcer groan:,
"Dammit! I think I'm ret tin*
an advertising executive!"
Over at The Embers the gab
got around to Tallulah. A pal
dlseraced her with a defense.
"She doesn't mind what neoplu
aa'' about herso long as It Isn't
Zlnsser In the Trlb: "As malevo-
lent as his name sounds." (Fancy
for evil)...DeLancey Ferguaon
isame papyrus): "He was re-
pelled by the rampant tropical
fecundity of Celyon;" (Could've
said fruitful)...Otis L. Guern-
sey (same paper): 'The carnl-
, vore and the dupe are linked
! together in an effective con-
tract." i He means meat-eaten
...N. Y. Times movie review:
. '.uid a modicum of romance."
(Meaning little).., Horace Sut-
Iton: "A number of philopro-
genitive cats." (Kittens that
act like wabbits).. .Red Barber:
"The rules have since been
ameliorated." (Changed)...Louis
I Sobol in the Journal-American:
"Amid the neonlc purlieus of
i Broadway." (Gay White Way)..
From the (s'helpusi N. T. Times:
"This dope peddler Is a pimp."
(Meaning procurer.)
The Same Kind of Joy Water He Bought in 1948
Election Thawt for *52: With
Vaughan and his boss in the
White House, mehbe the people
would like to change Harrys in
Headline: "College Freshmen
Not Too Bright."
That's what their Dads have
been trying to tell 'em!
From the AP: 'Pyonggang la
12 miles northeast of Shorwon
and 18 miles northwest of
Kumhwas. It Is not to be con-
fused with Pyonggang. the North
Korean capital 96 miles north-
west of Chorwon."
Uh. huh.
The set from Knockville were
hammering a Teevy Beaut (noi
Dagmar who had gotten The
Swelled Head.
"The trouble with her." said
Marlon Carter, "Is that she's get-
ting too big for her sweater."
The guvs in Washington a year
ago yelling "Red Herring" are
now crying "Holy Mackerel!"
The new novel bv Laura Z.
Hobson Is called "The Celebrity"
(now In Woman's Home Com-
panion). The caption of whicn
says so much, to wit: "It gets
crowded under the spotlight.
When a man is struck by fame
everyone who knows him be-
comes a celebrity, too."
But too manv of them wind up
en your Ingrate list.
Item: "Sinatra feels he is in
shape to slug it1 out with any re-
porter who asks him about Ava."
Relax. Frank. If it weren't for
the shape Ava's in, who'd elk?
"Insiders In the White House
are so sure Truman will win In
52 thy're offering 30 to 1."
Gossip Item.
Those guys can figger more
ways to throw away our money.
The axiom that The Good Die
Young gets a terrible debunking
in the fact that Nasi pet Gen.
Petain Is now 95.
Morton Downey, reading that
a "State Dep't" types are alleged
Petunias, offered: "Maybe
they're just on their honey-
Item: "Soviet professor Shmak
claims Russians Invented TV."
Don't Be a Shmak.
Thev were gabbing about the
gov't deferring students with
brains at Fireside Inn. "Yeah:
said Larrv Oorrv "nrob'ly afraid
of another M----- Mir Incident"
Iisy Ellnson's Izrler: "Demo-
crsts: You can find them in The
White House, The Dog House
and The Big House."
The Show-Oafs: P. Mlnoff in [
Cue: "It's this sort of badinage
as well as the dazzling demon-
strations of etymological knowl-
edge." (He means chit-chat and
knowledge of words)... Wm.
John Erskine, who started his
literary career as a prof of liter-
ature at Columbia U. shocked
the academic world with his
racy novel. 'The Private tyfe or
Helen of Troy."
Shortly before he died (the
other week) an Interviewer ask-
ed: "How could a college pro-
fessor write such a sexy book?"
"Why don't you ask Prof. Kin-
sey?" was the Retort Proper.
"Hotel Claridge, Paris. June
10th: Sugar Ray Robinson and
his party comport themselves
with greater dignity and discre-
tion than many of their U. 8.
compatriots, and are accepted
without question In all levels of
Paris society. But it's not just
because he Is a world champion,
nor even because he Is a celeb-
rity. Paris could present to the
American people a shining
example, in this respect, of a de-
mocracy which harbors no nar-
row racial intolerance.
"The French have learned
what seems so difficult for us to
realizethat the color of a
man's skin is less important
than the color of his heart.
Mai Sibley"
By Victor Riesel
MEMPHIS, Tenn. The wo-
man is dead, killed by a car
turned over by pickets and it
no longer makes any difference
to her who is right or who is
The pickets are" prisoners,
charged with murderand sud-
denly there are bigger Issues
than her right to replace them
in Jobs at which they'd earned
their family's daily bread for 10
and 20 years in a Southern mill
not too far from here as dis-
tances go.
The woman, Nellie Tucker, was
killed as she and a band of non-
strikers attempted to drive huo
the struck Berryton Mills In the
little Georgia town of Berryton.
She tried to get out of the car
as the pickets began rocking it.
A$ she stepped halfway out, the
car topped and crushed her.
She became the first to be kill-
ed on a picket line In decades.
The pickets are the Urst CIO
members to be charged with
murder, ever. And their nation-
al leaders are heartsick.
But the Issue is not whether
she'had the right to work In a
struck plant or, for the moment,
leven where the guilt basically
The issue is that In a section
'of our land labor relations still
are In the prlmeral Jungle, of
rear gas and riots. In the past
vear, over in Morristown, Tenn.,
the Enka textile strike saw
dynamiting and flying bullets.
Later, at mills In Wake Forest,
N. C. there were running gun
,battles with strikers and a by-
stander was wounded. And more
recently up at Dan River, Va.,
there was more dynamiting, but
no one was hurt. ,
Sooner or later, in this kind of
Industrial war, some one dies.
Now some one did.
For five years now, the CIO
has been running its "Operation
Dixie" peacefully. When Its
first director, little Van Blttner.
once leader of W. Virginia's 110,-
000 coal diggers, launched the
drive, ha said to me, "This is In-
dustrial war and some one may
die, but everything must be done
to avoid the blood of 20 years
ago." His people did.
His successor, John Riffe, told
me by phone the other day,
from his office In Atlanta, that
he had 120 organizers spread
across Texas. Alabama, here In
Tennessee, North and South Ca-
rolina and Georgia, where Nellie
Tucker Just died. ___
Rlffe disclosed that the CIO
quietly has added 350,000 mem-
bers, completely unionising the
Southern rubber industry.
Now CIO Is concentrating on
(he lumber and furniture work-
'We don't like violence." Rlfre
said grimly." We don't think It's
right and furthermore we don't
need It. For five years now,
things have been fairly peace-
ful. We go Into 30 labor board
elections a month and no one's
been hurt."
At least 165 organizing drives
are under way in seven states.
And now a woman is dead
and what should be said must
be said bluntly.
Murder Is murder, no matter
whst the cause. The men who
hit the picket line carry not only
the placards of their local un-
ion. On their shoulders also is
the reputation of the American
labor movement. On their ac-
tions depends the public's anger
.or good will towards labor on a
thousand other such fronts, po-
lltleallv. industrially, economlc-
ipIIv. Violence begets violence.
That was made plain in the
learlv coal unionizing days, when
Iboth sides shot It out.
The men who killed a woman
Jungle Boy
NEW YORK.And so, as the sun drops dead
over the nearest traffic tie-up, we leave beauti-
ful, scenic New York City for a short vacation,
which could stretch into years if I have my way.
unfortunately. It may be only a matter of week*,
but when I come home with the lion I strangled
with my bare hands vou can Just call me Bwana
M'Kumba. That means Tarzan (Jg).
We head for Africa, this trip, because once In
a while a guy gets to do what he always want-
ed to do. and thjs is what I have had my face
fixed for since I was knee-high to a small sala-
mander. I am going to rassle me a bull buf-
falo if it kills me. and It probably will, but here
and now I with to say that a safari Is too much
trouble for anybody but a guy who Is a little
on the screwy side for a start.
Just for a momentary puzzler, there is the
matter of white hunters and general retinue. A
white hunter Is a fellow who runs your show
and stand behind you with the bull-gun so's
the elephants ddrt't eat yotf. They largely are
booked 99 years in advance, and most of them
are as old as sin and as ugly as an income-tax
But not my boy. Mine Is somewhere in his
late '20s and looks like Gregory Peck. I saw a
movie, once, in which the adventurer's mama
shot her old man In the neck, out of love for
the hunter, and strangely, my nape tingles all
the time Oddly enough, the hunter was play-
ed by Gregory Peck. I ask you: Is It fair to
start a safari when the hunter is typecast as
the villain already?
We have made great preparations. The Messrs.
Winchester' and Remington have supplied me
with enough weapons to slay all the beasts be-
tween here and Tanganyika, and merely In the
trvlng out I am wounded sorely. There is a
thing called a .375 magnum, which elephants
use to shoot humans, that has scared me al-
most Into a Bermuda vacation.
I won't say she kicks, but she makes an awful
noise, and she sort of moves you back a touch.
It only took me three hours and an equal
amount of Dutch courage to touch the thing,
and then Mama strides up and looses off this
cannon with what amounted to a sneer at me.
I know who kills the record lion on this safari,
and it will be the one who worries about keep-
ing her hair blonde In the Jungle. We call her
the White Queen of the Ubangls, and already
she answers to a dimnlutive of "Queenle." What
she don't know Is that I aim to sell her to the
natives for her hide and tallow.
It pleases me to report that my head gun-
bearer is a Nandl boy named Kldogo. and 1 al-
ready know how to sav hello to him In Swahiu.
The only other Swahlll I know Is a short, suc-
cinct command that says fetch the master a
short succinct Scotch. Mama speaks It better.
She has mastered a phrase that conveys the
Idea that she does not wish to shoot a lion to-
day. Or any other day. Mama. I am afraid,
lacks real guts.
This gutful lack Is due to friends like Tommy
Shevlln and bride, who rap on the door In or-
der to horrify you. Mrs. Shevlln Is about the
size of a bar of soap, but she has stood off a
few elephant charges, and once choked a leo-
pard to death in a fit of bad humor. It only
takes so many anecdotes about the maddened
elephants and the roaring lions and the scor-
nlons in the shoe to horrify an amateur.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
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Mail Box Column
Panama American.
Lets look at the numbers drawn Sunday, June 24:
0051 0380 5555
Here we have the "O" repeating 4 times out of 12. and 5's
repeating times out of the quantity.
The only other numerals appearing Is a 1. 3 and a 6. To
aum up: out of 10 numbers, only 5 played in the entire prizes.
What did happen to the 2. 4. 7. 8 and 9's.
I do not know the weight of each ball, but I think they are
made of ivory. If such is the case, they must be pretty weighty,
and if a very young child Is chosen to draw these numbers, his
or her hands are too tender to dig down into the basket, and is
compelled to follow the path of least resistance, in taking the
ball on the top. Secondly, the balls, being heavy, and the bas-
ket being spun at a fast rate, would be held in practically the
same position they were out In.
I do think the sales of tickets would be more brisk, If the ,
public was satisfied that all was being done to ensure a correct,
mixture of the balls, but it becomes very disheartening when
thev subscribe a number that never plays
I do think something should be done to convince the public ,
that It is unscrupulously fair.
WASHINGTON.President Truman, according
to those close to him, is his old'self again. Only
. a few months ago. tired, harried and bitter,
must be punished. That Is^ our Truman had cotne heartily to dislike the Presi-
dency. Now he Is again visibly enjoying his
role. Even at the dullest of press conferences,
a reporter can sense again the same Jubilant
cockiness which marked the President after his
surprise victory in 1948.
Indeed, Truman is enjoying the Presidency so
very visibly that the betting Is heavy In White
House circles that all inner Presidential doubts
have been resolved, and that Truman will run
again in 1952. This raises an obvious question.
Just how much chance is there that the Unit-
ed States, which Is pretty clearly tired to death
of Democratic administrations after twenty
years, will actually put Truman in office for
another four years?
Democratic strategists express great and ap-
parently genuine confidence on this point, a
confidence which Truman clearly shares. This
confidence may very well be misplaced. But
the reasons given for It are at least Interesting,
in that they add up to a sort of Democratic vi-
sion of the future, a vision which Truman also
clearly snares.
One part of the vision is a settlement of the
Korean* War before the elections. Another is
that Sen. Robert A. Taft and Sen. Joseph Mc-
Carthy will tend Increasingly to dominate the
Republican party. And a third part of the
dream Is that the Administration's wary truce
with the Southern Democrats, patched up since
the MacArthur row began, will be maintained.
The decision actively to seek a settlement of
the Korean War based on repartition at the
38th Parallel is now public knowledge. Political
considerations did not enter into this decision.
_ in which such Republicans as Under Secretary
their privilege. The picket viol- 0f Defense Robert Lovett and chief policy plan- electoral ballots of foi
anee was utterly wrong. But !ner Paul Nltse played leading roles. But if the fore most improbable,
these men did see their live-i Korean War is Indeed settled on this basis
llhood of 20 years begin to dls-'which Is of course a huge if the settlement
appear! will have enormous domestic political repercus-
They were wrong. They should iglons.
be punished for killing. Butj The Republican leaders, conspicuously lnclud-
'here are others who are wrangling Taft. are deeply committed to Gen. Douglas
for keeolng labor relations in MacArthur. MacArthur has denounced in ad-
the kind of Jungle In which kill- i vanee such a settlement as appeasement. Thus,
ing Is Inevitable. Thev ought to it is reasoned, the Republicans can be counted
civilized code. But as civilised
men we should also go behind
the scenes of the mind, much as
a psychiatrist does with his pa-
tients. '
It cannot be Ignored that
companies in that area hired
labor spies and illegal strike-
breakers and used the other
techniques to ward off union-
ization and higher wage rates.
That's In Congressional records.
There Is no doubt that pro-
minent industrialists from other
parts of the nation have come
to the union and demanded that
mills in this part of the nation
be unionized so buslne s s m e n
elsewhere can compete III price
with the North and South Ca-
rolinian, and some Oeorelan,
plants which undersell them
dally because Southern wages
are low.
And while most Southern In-
dustrialists pblde by their em-
ployes' decisions when the un-
ions appeal to them to loin,
jome mill owners have decided
to fight It out. And this Is their
right so long as laws are not
Union organizers at the Berry-
ton mills were fired. This pre-
ceded the strike. And the owners
still decided to ooerate. That Is
As for McCarthy, Administration Democrats
are getting enormous pleasure out of McCarthy's
loud demand for a place on the Republican pol-
icy committee. They would dearly love to see
Taft placed In the position of publicly support-
ing McCarthy's demand, thus demonstrating the
existence of a Taft-McCarthy alliance. The De-
mocrats are convinced that McCarthyism is now
no longer, If it ever was. a political asset to the
They count on such spectacles as McCarthy's
frenzied effort to label George C. Marshall a
traitor, to alienate the Independent vote. The
fact that Taft has been at pains to deny that
any Taft-McCarthy alliance exists Indicates that
Taft may agree.
The Administration men reason further that
by the autumn of 1952 the country (bar a world
war) will be simultaneously enjoying prosperity
and suffering from a painful Inflation. The
trick every politician wants to turn, of course,
is to take credit for the prosperity and blame
the Inflation on the other side. The Republi-
cans are expected to continue to resist to the
death the Administration's antl-lnflatlon pro-
gram. Thus Truman may be able to turn the
Finally, one of the most Important conse-
quences of the MacArthur affair has been a
muting of the old bitterness between the Ad-
ministration and the Southerners, since the
Southerners have fairly solidly lined up behind
the Administration on the MacArthur Issue.
Moreover, with the Southerners now In full con-
trol of the Congressional machinery, civil rights
cannot conceivably become an important Issue
in Congress before 1952.
Administration supporters believe that the
truce will hold, and that another Dlxlecraft
movement, like the one which cost Truman the
electoral ballots of four states In 1948, Is there-
y miw PIAISON '
Drtw Pearson says: Tax gravy en war contracts should
and; German manufacturers work with Commies in
shipping to Russia; Truman threatens veto of appro-
priations if funds are cut.
WASHINGTON.Defense Moblllier Charles E. Wilson ftas
sent letters to about 20 government agencies cautioning them- on
one of the worst scandals of mobilisationunjustified tax araor-
< izatlon.
This is the system whereby manufacturers are permitted to
write off the cost of a new factory for tax purposes In five years
instead of 30. While this tax concession is a big boost to war
fjiaduction, a House subcommittee headed by Congressman Por-
ter Hardy of Virginia recently Issued a scathing blast against tax
tavorltlsm for certain firms.
...After Issuing the report, the committee called on moMJTSer
Wnson and made a flat-footed demand that he change some of
the personnel who had handed out tax concessions, among them
Frank Creedon of the National Production Authority. Creedon
was revealed by this column in 1948 as the official who permitted
.he Tanforan race track to be rebuilt when housing materials
were scarce, and who permitted construction work on a burlesque
theatre In Columbus. Ohio, and the Burger Brewing Company in
Cincinnati. Despite this, he was placed In a key spot in the NPA,
where he has now come In for criticism by the Hardy Committee.
Urged by Congressman Hardy to shake up the personnel who
handle tax amortization, moblllzer Wilson hesitated. Noting the
hesitation Congressman Hardy snapped:
"Mr. Wilson, we are here to work out suggestions In a friend-
ly way. But If we don't get cooperation, we will have to shift
our target."
Wilson looked up over his glasses, a little startled at'thia
implied threat that he would be next to come under the eom-
i littee's guns.
"I agree that we will have to make some changes." Wilson
finally replied. "But the problem Is to get the right men to
The committee, which Included Jack Shelley of California,
Dick Boiling of Missouri and Walter Riehlman of New York, went
away believing that Wilson will Improve the situation.
Inside fact about the war materials being smuggled Into
Russia Is that some of the biggest German firms are guilty.
This is confirmed by a confidential report given the State
Dtpartment by U.S. High Commissioner John J. McCloy who es-
timates that 8250,000,000 worth of ball bearings, chemicals, car-
bon black, nickel, machine tools, airplane parts, steel tubing,
bomb cases and scrap iron Is moving behind the Iron Curtain
every year. y
McCloy'a probe reveals that the stage was set for mass ex-
ports to Russia at a secret meeting in Dusseldorf in November,
1949, when an unnamed East German cfcimunlst met with Ruhr
Industrialists and promised them an unlimited market for steel
product sand machine tools in China. Czechoslovakia, Rumania,
lliingary and Austria. Present at this meeting were a number of
Ruhr manufacturers who played ball with Hitler.
The evasion of American prohibitions against shipments to
the Iron Curtain became so open that Ruhr businessmen took
advertisements In Eastern German communist newspapers, as
I reported from Germany last winter. At least two of these firms,
Guettoffnungs Werke and Demag, both large recipients of Mar-
shall Plan aid, advertised in the communist press. One news-
paper even reported in detail how manufacturers might evade
l*.S. restrictions on shipping behind the Iron Curtain.
President Truman has privately advised Congressional leaders
that he will veto all appropriation bills that have been slashed
by the so-called "horizontal," 10 per cent, across-the-board
Such a veto is extremely difficult for any President because
to hold up an appropriation bill may mean that a large part of
the Government will be stymied for lack of funds. However, Tru-
man talked as if he meant business.
He pointed out that the technique of GOP Senator Ferguson
cf Michigan and other economyites who want to prune federal
expenditures without the bother of considering appropriations
item by item operates more like a scythe than a pruning knife,
since worthy, or even vital items must suffer the same percentage
slash as less Important items.
The President added that he intended to veto any or all ap-
propriations reduced in this manner even If It meant tying up
iunds for the Government's entire domestic program. In that
event, he emphasized, the responsibility would be on Congress,
not on him.
"I have decided to do this for two reasons," Truman explain-
ed. "One is that Congress Is not doing Its duty when it arbitrarily
reduces an appropriation by the horizontal method. The other
reason is that cutting funds for the executive departments In
this way may be unconstitutional.
"I am doing my duty when I send carefully drawn budget
estimates to the Congress on what we need to run the govern-
ment. Congress is evading its duty when It makes an across-the-
board reduction in these estimates. Its Job Is to consider each
item on its merits and make specific cuts."
The Defense Department is preparing a bill for Congress,
freezing all present reservists In the armed forces reserves. How-
ever, world War II veterans will NOT be called except In case
of a Congressional declaration of emergency.. .Senator Wiley'of
Wisconsin has asked the Labor Department to investigate racket-
eering in the labor unions and to assist the Senate Crime Com-
mittee in uncovering hoodlums who infiltrated into the labor
movement. Wiley cited the recent series of killings, bombings and
beatings In the Chicago Teamsters' Union...Pat Hurley, war-
time Ambassador to China, tried to get appointed special counsel
to the Republican Senators Investigating the MacArthur contro-
versy. He offered to prepare the case against Secretary of State
Acheson and to supply them with embarrassing questions td ask
Acheson. However, the Republicans decided they could handle
Acheson alone... GOP strategy on Acheson has now been revers-
ed. Instead of trying to prove Acheson appeased the Comnjiui-
Ists, Republican Senators ironically are now accusing Acheson
of provoking the Korean war against the Communists.. .Maine's
Sen. Owen Brewster Is demanding an Investigation of the Army
Engineers' Boston office because Maine contractors are not-get-
ting their share. Brewster's son, Charles, is counsel for the-bir
T. W. Cunningham Construction Company of Bangor.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
?et out of the J unirle before this
thing spreads and others die.
Then It will be real war. We'll
be righting each other when
Ovre is a common enemy to
(Cow-right 1951 Pott-Ilall
Syndicate, Inc.)
on to go along with MacArthur. and make any
settlement a major campaign issue.
The Democratic strategists are convinced that
an end to the Korean War which was not de-
monstraba dishonorable would be enormously
popular politically. They thus reason that for
the Republicans to seem to oppose ending the
war. and even to favor extending it, would be
political suicide
Thus Truman is envisaged riding to victory
as the leader of the party of "peace and pros-
perity." while the Republicans again go down to
defeat as the party of "war and Inflation."
There are plenty of big holes in this reasoning,
of course. For one thing. It assumes an end
to the Korean War. which Is very far from a
safe assumption. For another, it assumes that
Taft, rather than Dwlght D. Elsenhower, will be
the Republican standard bearer, and this is not
a safe assumption either.
But although It would be a gross exaggeration
to say that President Truman is now riding
high, It U certainly true that-be Is riding a lot
less low than he was a few months ago.
(Cepyright, 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
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HEADS DOWNMavis Wilking is not consuming oats belonging
.to- her mount, Pixie. Miss Wilkins is bobbing for- an apple in an
ijpbstacle race at the Bournemouth Festival of Britain Horse Show
and Gymkhana. She won heads down. (NEA)
Teams WonLostPct.
Twin City Rookies. ..41 -800
if ill La Bocans .... 4 1 .800
Fergus Cubs.....1 4 .200
Monticello Gamboans 1 4 .200
D. Jolly (F).............600
Earl Best (I)...........538
H. Holder (TC).........538
R.Jimenez (TC).......'. .538
R.Samuels (TC).........500
Ivan Lord (I)...........500
C. Brown (I)...........500
C. Griffith (F)......'.. .. .487
R.Pate (I).............429
L. Blades (TC)...........429
NEA Staff Correspondent
------ o
Baseball's unhappy experience with Happy Chandler formal-
ly comes to an end July 15. Who will be tapped next is a matter
of scrambled speculation One of the club owners, Phil Wrijley
of the Cubs, admits to basic bewilderment. "We don't even seem
ta know what the commissioner's job calls for."
This is rather staggering. Baseball has been under commis-
sioner rule since 1921, when old Judge Landis was lured from the
federal bench. You'd think by now the office blue print would
be definitely defined. Still Mr. Wrigley makes a good point. The
incoming commissioner ought to know exactly what his duties are;
where his responsibilities begin and end.
The Landis administration worked out well, yet It offers no
precedent, since he was the product of panic lollowing the World
Series scandal of 1919, and was hysterically equipped with unlimit-
ed powers which could be and at times were abused. Baseball
is too big a business and too Important an American Institution
to be ruled by one man's whim.
Chandler clearly was an unfortunate successor. Brought up
In the school of practical politics, he was never quite able to ad-
Just himself to an office where the you-rub-my-back-and-I'll-rub-
yours philosophy was not only unworkable but uncalled for. Much
of Chandler's grief was due to a Washington heritage of govern-
ment by cronyism.
Admitting that the former Senator left considerable to be
desired as a wise and unbiased steward of the game's affairs, It
is only fair to state he was compelled to grope with problems
whicii did not exist in Landis' time. As in all corresponding fields.
the labor-management phases of baseball changed with the social
revolution which began In the '30's.

Landis Had Few Problems.
It may be a good guess that Landis would have handled such
matters as minimum wages, pensions and contract suits with great-
er erudition and sagacity, but the fact remains his decisions in
the main dealt with routine and conventional subjects. Even a
man of lesser stature could have done as well.
O.ie of the sharpest raps against Chandler Is that he permit-
ted the controversial reserva clause to reach the courts. You are
told this could never have happened under Landis To believe this
vou would have to blind yourself to what has been happening In
a changed world. It was inevitable that In time the article which
binds a player to a club owner for his baseball life would come up
ior legal examination. \
As a matter of fact, the sooner baseball knows precisely where
It stands with respect to the equity of its contract the better
There Is no telling how much money the club owners have spent
already In their unwillingness to face a showdown. The Danny
oardslla suit, for instance, cost some $400,000 And all it proved
was that the reserve clause stands on extremely weak legs.
Worse it opened a new and presumably lucrative field for
lawyers representing ball players, most bushers, with actual or
jilusory grievances. There are several such suits pending and on
tne day Chandler made known the date of his ehforced retire-
ment, baseball, through him. was slapped with a $150,000 paper.
One Walter J. Kowalski (ever hear of him?) claims that because
of the reserve clause his artistry was shamelessly stunted. The
line forms to the right. What can the -suing players lose? Until
baseball rolls up it sleeves and accepts the issue the dubious con-
tract will continue to attract the shrewd malcontent, and what
is now a nuisance will grow into a racket.
See Hogan an Ideal Pick
If Landis had the prescience and courage the old line club
owner still ascribes to his memory, this situation would not exist
today. Landis was still on the bench when he withheld a decision
In an injunction against baseball for one year, or until the plain-
tiff (the Federal League i agreed to settle out of court and disband,
a circumstance that surely lost him no friends among the club
Yes, the conduct of the game Is much more complex today and
Mr. Wrigley is correct In urging a blueprint for the commission-
er's office. The reserve clause needn't figure In the advance con-
siderations. The showdown gets closer and closer. By next year
baseball, throguh the courts, will probably have worked out a more
respectable document.
There Is only one thing that can hurt baseball seriously and
that's scandal. Thanks to Babe Ruth and his booming bat, the
game took the 1919 corruption in stride. If there was a savior In
those dark days it was the Babe, not the old Judge. His Homeric
homers speedily removed the foul aftertaste.
Preservation of the game's Integrity is the main essential In
these days of the fix, the dump and the sellout. With this in mind,
1 say Frank Hogan, our fighting district attorney, would make an
ideal commissioner. Hogan's work in cleaning up the college bas-
ketball filth has been outstanding. He Is probably the most inform-
ed man op the underworld of sports In the country. Besides, he's
a brilliant lawyer with a keen judicial mind, reasonably young
and indisputably honest. Why waste time on name characters out
of Washington? One Chandler was enough.
Robert Pate twirled the Ifill La
Bocans to a 4-1 victory over the
league-leading Twin City Rook-
ies before another overflow crowd
at La Boca, Saturday.
The Ifill La Bocans reached R.
Jimenez, the losing pitcher, for a
marker in the opening frame,
then, on four shadp singles, push-
ed across three runs in the third.
Twin City Rookies, rationed to
three hits, scored their lone tally
in the fourth when Pate served a
"home run pitch to H. Holder.
The box score follows:
Twin City Rookies AB R H
R. MoreAo, 2b...... 3
H. Gtilings, as...... 2
R. Jimenez, p........ 3
H. Holder, If........ 3
R. Molinar, 3b......'2
L. Blades, c......... 2
O. Maynard, rf...... 1
C. Garnett, rf........ 2
R. Blades, cf........ 2
A. Titus, lb........ 1
21 1 3
Hill La Bocans AB R H
R. Brown, 2b........ 3 1 1
I. Lord, 3b.......... 3 2 2
L. Best, If.......... 3 0 1
L. Pate, p.......'. .. 3 1 2
R. Innlss, lb........ 3 0 1
E. Best, ss.......... 2 0 0
C. Brown, c........ 2 0 C
G. Payne, cf........ 2 0 1
A. Spencer, rf........ 2 0 0
Totals............23 4 8
Monticello Gamboans hit the
win column In the Local Rate Lit-
tle League by blanking the heavy
hitting Fergus Cubs, 6 to 0, be-
hind the seven-hit pitching of J.
Jlmmie Howard, who relin-
quished the hurling chores in the
fifth, was tagged with the defeat.
The box score follows:
Monticello Gamboans AB R H
M. Grant, ss........ 3 0 1
S. Duncan, If........ 4 0 0
R. Grant, lb........ 2 1 0
H. Warren, c........ 4 0 1
L. Fardln, rf........ 3 2 0
E. Townsend, 3b...... 3 1 0
A. Jones, cf........ 2 2 1
C.Baxter, 2b........ 2 0 2
J.Allen, p.......... 3 0 2
Totals............26 6 7
ies Without Popcorn:
The bright idea boys, working
overtime to lure males away
from the wrestling matches and
V-necked belles of TV, have
dreamed up a lulu for Jane Rus-
sell in RKO's "The Las Vegas
Jane can't grunt and groan like
Gorgeous George, and movie cen-
sors tremble at the mere sugges-
tion of her in a plunging neck-
But there's nothing In the
books that says Jane can't carry
a black lace nightgown around in
her hand and that's exactly what
she's doing in a scene with Vic-
Mature and Vincent Price.
No story point to it, Just that
Jane and a flimsy nightie may be
just what the doctor ordered for
the moviegoer who likes to exer-
cise his imagination.
Bob Mitchum. who's been
teamed with Jane in two unre-
leased pictures, stands on the
sidelines watching. Somebody
asks him If he's on hand to hec-
kle Mature. _
"No," he deadpans, "I Just
dropped around to pick up Jane's
, Fergus Cubs
I A. Brown, ss........ 3 0
W. Forde, lb........ 2 0
D. Jolley, cf........ 3 0
W. St. Louis, c...... 3 0
C. Griffith, If........ 2 0
J. Howard, p........ 3 G
A. Howell, 2b........ 3 0
W. Barnaby. rf-3b .... 3 0
G. Walkes, rf........ 1 0
A. Bowen, p......... 2 0
Totals............25 0
Wednesday's Games
Ifill La Bocans vs. Twin City,
at Red Tank; Fergus Cubs vs.
Monticello Gamboans. at Santa
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Hollywood stars are playing
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musical about entertainment for
wounded G.I.'s. In the scene be-
fore the cameras at Warners are
Ruth Roman. Doris Day, Gordon
MacRae, Dick Wesson and new-
comer Ron Hagerthy. Ron and
Janice Rule are the only players
who. enact character roles. The
rest of the cast play themselves.
I ask Ruth Roman how it feels
to play Ruth Roman.
"It's the most difficult acting
job I've ever had." Ruth sighs.
"I never realized Ruth Roman
was so complicated."
Barbara Stanwyck, a movie
queen not recently associated
with mirth. Is having herself a
time on MGM's "The Man With
a Cloak" set. Along with Louis
Calhern. she's playing a back-
ground scene while the camera
concentrates on another actor.
But Barbara and Calhern are re-
quired to perform as though they
were directly in the camera's eye.
"Hey. Lou," Barbara calls to
Calhern as they finish their
scene, "are you trying to steal the
show? You old ham.- you. Drag-
ging your feet and letting your
hand linger on that door. Lou,
you're giving an Academy Award
performance and nobody's going
to see you."
Audle Murphy. Beverly Tyler
and newcomer Yvette Dugay are
the principals at work on Ul's
permanent western town set in
"The Clmmaron Kid."
Cowboys and women In poke
bonnets walk through the streets
as Director Budd Boettlcher
guides Audle and his leading
women through their pacts. Tb
outdoor pioneer town trite ts trit
oldest in Hollywood. It was here
that Tom Mix. William S. Hart
and other sagebrush immortals
made their two-gun flickers.
And back In 1M7,. a. sweet-
faced girl named Helen Gibson
was queen bee of the Universal
Today Helen Gibson Is an ex-
tra in the picture that's beinf
shot against the background that
vmm once her kingdom.
There's a city room of a metro-
politan newspaper on the set of
Jimmy Cagney's "Come Fill the
Cup." Cagney Is the city editor
and copy boys stack wordage
fresh from the typewriters on his
desk. I peek at some of the news
stories that the celluloid report-
ers are writing. The paper that
Cagney is about to print will be
dull reading. From society editor
to obituary editor, the "newspa-
permen" have all written:
"Now is the time for all good
men to come to the aid of their
Only one individual wrote:
"The quick red fox lumped over
the lazy brown dog."
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TOKIO, Junio 26 (UP) El Departamento de Estado
de Estados Unidos sospecha que la propuesta Rusa para
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Al mismo tiempo, el Gaoinete
surcoreano reunido en Pusan
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puestas rusas.
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gr filtrarse a travs del e-o-
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peticin del oficial de informa-
cin de Ridgway, quien haba
pedido una informacin para la
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posicin del Departamento ce
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comisin area
Publcame a continuacin
copla de la carta que el seftor
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nistro de Gobierno y Justicia
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Panam, R. de P.,
Junio 23 de 1961
Su Excelencia
Seor Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia,
tenor Ministro:
Cuando en 1 reunin de la
Comisin Nacional de Aviacin
celebrada en loa primeros das
del presente mea en au despa-
cho oficial, solicit Ud. nues-
tro parecer sobre la candidatu-
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Artes Grficas.
Don Ismael Luscando labor
en las faenas periodsticas, fue
varias veces Presidente de la
Sociedad de Tipgratoa y Di-
rector de la Imprenta Nacional.
El sepeUo tendr lagar hoy a
las 5 :M de la Urde.
Al registrar Un sensible fa-
llecimiento, enviamos nuestra
ms sentida noU de condolen-
cia a ana numerases deudos.
de que ate. pala no tenga que
"marchar slo".
Al abrir el caso de la admi-
nistracin para el mayor pro-
grama de ayuda exterior en
tiempos da paz, Acheson dijo
al Comit de ReUclones Exte-
riores de la Cmara que "para
decirlo claramente, la Unin
Sovitica quiere ver que los Es-
tados Unidos "marchen solos
"Por medio de la agresin
espordica, U retirada caute-
losa la propaganda sin lmites,
el sabotaje econmico, la ad-
quisidor del control en una
rea, y la exploUcin de las
diferencias en otra por to-
dos sos actos el Kremlin bus-
ca provoca una situacin en
la cual EsUdos Unidos se vean
finalmente empujados a una
posicin de que tengan que
marchar solos".
No pudo aprobar la
Comisin Legislativa
?arios crditos
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente emiti esU maana el
siguiente comunicado:
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente, reunida hoy en sesin
ordinaria, no pudo considerar
muy a su pesar, por ausencia de
los seores Ministros de Educa-
cin y de Previsin Social, los
crditos extraordinarios solicita-
dos por la suma de B.50.000 y
B.135.000 respectivamente.
Por este medio se permite ci-
tarles para que asistan a una
reunin extraordinaria maana
a las 10 a.m., convocada espe-
cialmente para considerar estos
IFdo.) Heraclio Barlett.
Presidente de la Comisin
Legislativa PermanenU.
La licitacin del
Hipdromo Nacional
abierta esla maana
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
Ing. Norberto Navarro, inform
esta maana a "El Panam
Amrica", que hasta las diez de
la maana del na 28 de Julio
se recibirn propuestas en plie-
go cerrado que debern ser pre-
sentadas en su Despacho para
la construccin del nuevo hip-
Los trabajos sobre loa cuales
el Ministro Pblico considerar
propuestas son:
a)Movimiento de tierra pa-
ra todo el proyecto. Confeccin
de la plata en todos sus deta-
lles, incluyendo barandaje, ca-
aeta de Jueces de pista, insta-
lacin de todos los sistemas de
agua, construccin de calles, a-
eeraa y reas de estacionamien-
to, lo mismo que la instala-
cin de todas las aceras que se-
pararn las dlferentea reas del
b)-Construccin de U Tribu-
na principal con au terraza y
el andn. Incluyendo el crculo
de ganadores.
Esta es la segunda vez que
dichos trabajos son abierto a
licitacin pblica. La primera
vez U licitacin fue ganada por
una firma local, pero luego fue
declarada desierta por el Go-
Tendr que enviar a Hacienda
las propuestas la Comisin
Negociadora del Emprstito
De acuerdo con el Decreto E-
jecutlvo en que se designa la
Comisin para que en repre>-n-
:acln del Gobierno Nacional
gestione en los Estados Unidos
Ue Amrica la contratacin de
las operaciones de crditos au-
torizadas por laa leyes 42 y 43
de este ao a reserva de las
autorizaciones que posterior-
.nente se le confieran, la Colu-
sin queda autorizada para so-
licitar de las entidades banc-
tUs de los Estados Unidos pro-
puestas en pliego cerrado rela-
tivas a las operaciones, de re-
fundicin de la deuda interna
y flnanciamiento de la carrete-
la Interamerlcana. Las propo-
s.ciones Dice el Decreto se
i emitirn al Ministerio de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro para su aper-
tura y consideracin preliminar
por el Ejecutivo.
Tambin se ha conferido a la
Comisin que parte para los Es-
tados Unidos esta semana, aifl-
-llos poderes para solicitar y
negociar a nombre del rgano
Ejecutivo, con el Export s im-
port Bank o cualquiera otra ins
tucln de crdito la contrata-
cin del emprstito autorizado;
para firmar los contratos co-
rrespondiente*; y para llevar a
sfecto las otras medidas condu-
centes a la ejecucin de las o-
peraclones autorizadas por la
Ley. La Comisin deber Infor-
mar al rgano Ejecutivo del
curso de las negociaciones y el
arreglo final de las operaciones
estar sujeta a previa aproba-
cin del Gobierno Nacional.
Eugenio Montes da
conferencia sobre
la Madre Patria
Maana, mircoles, a las ocho
y media de la noche, ofrecer
una conferencia en el Saln
Bolivar del Colegio de La Salle,
el eminente escritor espaol,
Acadmico de U Beal Espao-
la de la Lengua, don Eugenio
El Sr. Montes lleg ayer en la
tarde a nuestra ciudad, proce-
dente de Barranquilla y per-
manecer tan slo hasta el Jue-
ves en la madrugada.
El tema de la conferencia li-
teraria es "Sol y Sombra de Es-
paa". Amable titulo, lleno de
promesas, para aquellos que co-
nozcan la obra de Montes, re-
partida en conferencUs. libros
de poesa, ensayos, numerossi-
mos artculos en revistas y pe-
Eugenio Montes es un celta
autntico. Nacido en Orenso en
1901. lleg a Madrid en 1919, y
desde entonces ocup lugar
prominente en las letras. Cola-
bor en revistas de vanguar-
dia U vanguardU de la pri-
mera postguerra y ms Urde
en los mas famosos rotativos.
Ba vivido en Italia por largos
aos. Ha viajado mucho por
'Pasa a ia Pac. Ce*. %>
Fuertes sanciones impondrn en la
Zona del Canal a quienes compren
sin derecho en los Comisariatos
Be expidi hoy del despacho
del Gobernador una amonesta-
cin en el sentido de que todo
personal del Gobierno Zoneta
deber sujetarse a los regla-
mentos de comisariato, y que
estn siendo estas leyes y re-
glamentos puestas en vigor. Es-
ta amonestacin se ha consi-
derado necesaria en vista del
crecido nmero de infractores
que estn alendo detenidos y
Se declara enfticamente que
la entrada a los comisariatos
por personas que no tienen
derecho a tal privilegi como
empleados del Gobierno norte-
americano constituye una vio-
lacin criminal por la que los
Juzgados Impondrn a los In-
fractores severas sanciones.
Asimismo es de serla consi-
deracin el que aquellos em-
pleados con derecho a dicho
privilegio violen los reglamen-
tos que controlan el privilegio
Nia de once aos
oierde un pie en
trgico accidente
La nia Forest Wise, de 11
aos de edad, norteamericana
perdi un pie en un accidente
automovilstico ocurrido en la
carretera nacional cerca de San-
ta Clara.
Hemos side informados que la
nia iba sentada en el guarda-
fango Izquierdo en una camio-
neta, cuando sta fu desquita-
da por un vehculo en las cer-
canas del aeropuerto de Rio
La camioneta en la que la ni-
a viajaba era manejada por
Genell Bliss, concesionario de los
salones de belleza del Canal de
Psnam, y propietario de una
casa de veraneo en Santa Clara.
Se informa que el conductor
del otro vehculo era un pana-
meo que viajaba solo.
La nia fu llevada de emer-
gencia al Hospital de Penono-
m, y debido a la naturaleza de
la herida el Dr. Rafael Estvez
fu trado en avin desde Agua-
dulce. Un avin privado traer
a la nia al Hospital Gorgas tan
pronto como pueda ser traslada-
La Polica de Panam est lle-
vando a cabo una investigacin
para determinar las causas y
responsabilidades del accidente.
a comisariato. Compras excesi-
vas de cualquier articulo, o el
traspaso de compras a personas
que no tienen derecho a este
privilegio quedan especifica-
mente prohibidos. Los que vio-
len estos reglamentos se expo-
nen a sanciones disciplinarlas
de parte del despacho del Go-
bernador y que pueden abar-
car la suspensin del privilegio
a comisariato por distintos pe-
riodos de tiempo; la suspen-
sin sin paga del empleado de
su empleo; o la destitucin del
Se requiere a los clientes que
hagan sus compras en comisa-
riatos en que las ventas se ha-
cen con dinero efectivo, que
exhiban o demuestren sus tar-
jetas de Identidad. Se exhorta
adems a dichos clientes que
demuestren estas tarjetas rie
identidad an sin esperar a que
se les pida hacerlo.
"Los rojos deben garantizar una
solucin permanente", Truman
Los rusos dicen
que se puede ir
a un arreglo
MOSC, Junio 26 (UP) Los
Embajadores de Estados Uni-
dos y Gran Bretaa esperan
instrucciones de sus Gobier-
nos para buscar una aclara-
cin de las prepuestas rusas
para un cese de fuego en Co-
rea e iniciar las negociaciones
directas para una pas.
El peridico oficial del parti-
do Comunista "Pravda" dijo
que el pueblo sovitico ve to-
das laa posibilidades de un a-
rrrrlo pacifico de la guerra
de Corea como'resultado de I
propuesta hecha en Nueva
York el Sbado pasado por el
delegado sovitico en las Na-
ciones Unidas, Jacob Malik.
Loa diplomticos neutrales y
occidentales expresaron una
esperanza cautelosa de que
algo surgir de la propuesta.
Dicen que seria bueno que ae
aceptara la propuesta tal co-
mo fu hecha y comenzar las
discusiones sobre una pas sin
El Presidente de las Naciones
Unidas se entrevista hoy con
Jacob Malik en Nueva York

TULLAHOMA, Tenn., Junio 26 (UP) El President
Truman advirti a la Unin Sovitica que para resolver
pacficamente el problema Coreano es necesario que los
Comunistas garanticen que la solucin ser de carcter
El Presidente, hablando en la inauguracin de un cen-
tro de investigaciones de las Fuerzas Areas, asegur que
Estados Unidos est dispuesto, como lo ha estado siempre,
a tomar cualquier medida que ponga fin a la guerra f
conduzca hacia la tan ansiada meta de la pal interna-
La pena de muerte piden en
Hungra para un Arzobispo
de la Iglesia Catlica
BUDAPEST, Junio 28 (UP)
La acusacin exigi el "ms se-
vero castigo" la pena de muir-
le__ para el Arzobispo Josef
Groesz, Primado Catlico Roma
no de Hungra, a quien se lo
est siguiendo Juicio acusado de
Ulrlglr una conspiracin para
derrocar al Gobierno comunista
de Hungra y restaurar la mo-
Con odia en su vos, el FsceI
Gyula Alapi tambin exigi "el
ms severo castigo" para los o-
tros ocho acusados en lo que
llam "la continuacin del com-
plot del Cardenal Mindszenty",
cuya condena a prisin Jejo
Groesz como al ms alto digna-
tario de la Iglesia Catlica en
Alapl no mencion la pena de
muerte, pero la hizo Implcita
al exigir el ms severo castizo
que puede aplicarse por espio-
naje o dirigir una conspiracin.
El Fiscal dijo que hablaba no
slo como funcionario oficia,
sino como vocero de la cise
trabajadora que exige que se le
d el ms fuerte ejemplo a que-
lios que han cometido una se-
rle de crmenes.
Dijo: "Esta conspiracin ..o
puede ser considerada como un
caso separado. Es parte organi-
zada de un plan Imperialista
para traer a las partea del man-
do, en donde pueden conseguir-
lo, la "guerra callente" en lu-
gar de la "guerra fra".
Presenlan en la Zona
demandas por valor
de $31,000.00
Cinco demandas por daos
contra el Gobierno de los Esta-
dos Unidos fueron presentadas
en la Corte de Ancn por la fir-
ma de abogados Van Slclen, Ra-
mrez y De Castro, en represen-
tacin de la seora Aura Town-
La demandante pide 20,000 d-
lares por su hijo de 7 aos
de edad. Alian, quien resulto
parcialmente paraltico por loa
efectos de estar Jugando con se-
millas de "akee" de un rbol
que est sembrado en el patio
de su caaa en Ancn. Las otras
demandas presentadas son de
2,500 dlares por John, quien
tiene 7 aos y es hermano me-
llizo de Alian. 2.500 por Fran-
klin., de 5 aos. 5.000 por Aura,
de 8 aos y 1,000 por Eleanor,
de seis aos.
Hace algunos meses los cinco
hijos de la seora Townsend se
pusieron muy graves y tuvieron
irasa a ia ras t> Col >
La base Sherman
ser nuevamente
ocupada en Coln
El Departamento del Ejrcito
anunci que Fort Sherman, al
lado oeste de la baha de Limn
en la costa atlntica, ser re-
activado en un futuro muy cer-
Fort Sherman es una de las
ms viejas bateras de costa del
Istmo y fu cerrada el 15 de ene-
ro de 1950.
Mallk, quien sufre del cora-
zn, se encontraba muy enfer-
mo ayer para entrevistarse con
Entezam. ., mMk
Por su parte, Trygve Lie, se-
cretario General de las Nacio-
nes Unidas, suspendi sus va-
caciones en Oslo y estaba ha-
ciendo los arreglos para volar
a Nuev York y tomar parte
en las negociaciones de cese de
En Washington, los funcio-
narlos norte-americanos y alia-
dos estn esperando las prime-
ras noticias sobre la entrevista
entre Entezam y Mallk. Un
funcionarlo aliado dijo que
"estamos tratando de alinear-
nos firmemente a fin de que
podamos actuar prontamente
cuando sepamos lo que Mallk
quiere". "Todava tenemos sos-
Se dice que el Secretarlo de
Estado Acheson est trabajan-
do activamente sobre las pers-
pectivas de paz. Los diplomti-
cos de varias naciones que lu-
chan en Corea estn tratando
de preparar los trminos m-
nimos para un cese de fuego.
WASHINGTON. Junio 28 .
(UP). El Departamento de
Estado celebr conferencias ur-
gentes con los representantes
de las naciones aliadas para
preparar la politice que segui-
r el n.undo occidental si los
comunistas son sinceros en sua
ofertas de paz en Corea.
El nteres del Departamen-
to de Estado y de las esfera*
oficiales en Washington por la
propuesta del delegado Sovi-
tico Jacob Mallk aument el
tenerse noticias de que la Chi-
na Comunista haba respalda-
do a Rusia, en su oferta.
Dean Rus, Secretario de Es-
tado Adjunto, a cargo de loa
asuntos del Extremo rlente,
conferenci personalmente con
el Embajador de Australia,
Percy Spender; el Consejero
Sur-Africano J. D. Jarvle y el
Consejero Sur-Coreano Sae Sun
Kln, y convers por telfono
con otros representantes alia-
dos. ,
Los representantes de las na-
ciones que luchan en Corea bar'
Jo la bandera de las Nacin.
Unidas parecan estar deseoso!
de preparar una politice defi-
nida y aceptable a todos en ca-'
so de que la Unin Sovitica o
la China Comunista hagan o-
fertas concretas.
En las esferas oficiales de
Washington se seal que pase
lo que pase, primero ser ne-
cesario llegar a un completo a-,
cuerdo entre Estados Unidos y
sus aliados, y entonces entre
las Naciones Unidas y Malik a
la China Comunista, sobre laa
condiciones exactas para la
suspensin de hostilidades.
Ms de mil balboas en regalos
han colectado para un festival
Cerca de mil balboas en premios han colectado ya las
sodas del Chib de Esposas de Periodistas para el 'eatlyal
que tendr lugar en el Jardn Balboa el proximo sbado,
segn ae nos Inform en la maana de hoy.
Tambin se nos informo que destacados artistas de los
clubes nocturnos de esta ciudad, participaran en esta acto
que sin duda alguna llevar varios centenares de personas,
va que los boletos se estn vendiendo con gran profusin.
Con respecte a la Tmbola. se nos manifesto que valio-
sos regalos han sido donados por las casas comerciales, por
la cual ae espera que desde tempranas horas los asistentes
al festival estarn atentos a la apertura.
Para estudiar en
La Salle dar el
S. Social 7 becas
El Licenciado Manuel Soils P.,
Gerente de la Caja de Seguro
Social, Inform esta maana a
"El Panam Amrica" que a
partir de hoy se abre a concur-
so la adjudicacin de siete be-
cas para cursar estudios secun-
darlos en el colegio Mlramar
de los Hermanos de las Escue-
las Cristianas, situado en el
Estas becas son para eximir
a los becarios de los derechos
de matricula y mensualidades,
y se debe a obligaciones con-
traidas por los Hermanos Cris-
tianos al momento de firmar
un prstamo con la Caja del
Seguro 8oclal para la construc-
cin de edificios escolares en
El Cangrejo.
Los Interesados deben pre-
sentar su solicitud en la Se-
cretara de la Caja de Seguro
Social, a ms tardar el 7 de
Julio prximo, acompandola
de los siguientes documentos:
1Constancia de ser hilo de
asegu r a d o; 2 Certificado de
nacimiento; 3Certificado de
terminacin de estudios prima-
Se inform que el escogimien-
to de los becarios se har de
acuerdo con las calificaciones
y la buena conducta. 81 hay
ms de siete concursantes en
Igualdad de condiciones, las be-
cas se otorgarn mediante sor-
teo pblico.
Nuevas huelgas amenazan los
servicios de transporte en
los puertos norteamericanos
NUEVA YORK, Junio 26 (UP)
_ El servicio de transporte y
comunicaciones de Estados Cnl-
os que ya se encuenta des-
quiciado por las huelgas, ha
>ido amenazado por huelgas a-
diclonales contra las industrias
telegrficas y de automviles.
La mayora de los barcos des-
de Maine hasta Texas se en-
cuentran embotellados en los
puertos por la huelga de loa in-
Venezuela otorga
dos millones a
los refugiados
PARIS, Junio 26 (8E). Las
contribuciones de Venezuela a
distintos rganos de las Nacio-
nes Unidas para aliviar la suer-
te de las numerosas vctimas
de la segunda guerra mundial,
la agresin en Corea y el con-
flicto de palestina, asciende a
dos millones de dlares. La l-
tima contribucin del Gobierno
venezolano suma setenta mil
dlares en productos naciona-
les, destinados al socorro de los
refugiados coreanos. Ya fueron
despachados al Comando Uni-
ficado de las Naciones Unidas
en Corea cien mil dlares en
artculos mdicos, leche en pol-
vo, pescado en conserva, Jabn,
chocolate y mantas.
genleros martimos
La huelga de S00 pilotos con-
tra la "United Airlines" -~1
cuarta ms grande en Estado*
Unidos entr en su octavo di*
con Indicios de que el Presiden-
te Truman establecer un pre-
cedente al incautarse de U
Cerca de 10,000 obreros de la
Unin de Comunicaciones del
CIO se declararon en hueiga
contra la Compaa de Telgra-
fos y Telfonos del Pacfico que
presta servicios en el sur de Ca-
lifornia. Otros obreros rehusa-
ion cruzar los piquetes estable-
cidos por la unin.
Edita folleto el
artista nacional
Lenidas Cafar
Bellamente editada en los Ta-
lleres de "El Panam Amrica",
acaba de aparecer un folleto en
el cual se recoge la labor que en
beneficio del Folklore Nacional
ha realizado el seor don Leni-
das Cajar, con su conjunto, el
cual ha llvalo el nombre de Pa-
nam dentro y fuera del pais,
con sus aires tpicos.
El folleto se titula "15 aos
de labor en el desarrollo del
Folklore Nacional" y estamos se-
guros que ha de agradar much-
simo a los lectores.
Llega a su punto crtico el problema petrolero de Irn
, v. , t.rea el Gobierne de Su Majestad se ver obligado a 1 contra las compaas petroleras Imperialistas"anunci una mi
invnaK I..U ?S flTPl El Ministro de Relaciones Exte- i cualquier momento". ...... '. ________ ''*?_,'** r'*-.MZ . -Ii -^li^S. .r. aea fin". nifestacin nara el Viernes contra la compaa petrolera Bal
LONDRES, Janle 26 (UP) El Ministre de Relaciones Exte-
riores de Oran Bretaa, Herbert Morrison, dijo en la Cmara de
las Comunes que la crisis de Irn ha tomado un gire "muy eerie"
y ue ha ordenado que an crucero britnico ae dirija inmedia-
tamente al puerto de Abadn.
Morrison dijo ue Gran Bretaa est preparada para "temar
mut accin en cualquier momento" para proteger las vidas de les
britnicos ue se encuentran en Irn "en casa ae el Gobierne
de Irn no les d la debida proteccin".
"Le Cmara puede eetar segura ee hemoi hecho sedas hu
preparaciones con ate fia y ue podremos temar aaa acete* ea
"^^rnee^^aSiiritlue- ha reeibUe ordenes de trasladarse a
la vecindad de Abadn.
Das fragatas britnicas y el -Mauritius" han estado estaclo-
nades en el rea del Golfa Persa durante varias semanas, aera
ninguno ha procedido ra arriba hacia Abadn durante el pene-
de le crisis. El rie forana ana frontera entre Iraq e Irn.
Morrison dijo ee "el Primer Ministro de Irn y sa Gobier-
no Aleen comprender ue ellos sen responsables per la ley ln-
lernaeianal de asegurar la proteccin de cualquier empleado
britnica en Irn. M eBee demuestran ser incapaces de llevar a
cabe esa tarea, el Gobierno de Su Majestad se vera obligado a
asumirla, usando todos loa medias necesarios para ese fin .
Morrison tambin dijo ue tcdca los buques-tanques britni-
cos en Abadn han recibida rdenes de abandonar ese puerto in-
mediatamente despus, si es necesario, de descargar el petrleo
ue han cargado. Dijo ue Gran Bretaa no ha podido conseguir
ue Irn modifique su demanda de que todos los capitanes de
buques-tanques firmen recibos especificando que el petrleo ue
han careado es prapledad de la "Iranian National OH Company .
TEHERAN. Junio 26 (UP).La "Asociacin Nacional de lacha
contra laa compaas petroleras Imperialistas" anuncio una ma-
nifestacin para el Viernes contra la compaa petrolera Ban-
rein. la cual est controlada por capital britnico y norteameri-
Irn ha estado alegando per ms de un siglo ue Bahrein
es se protectorado. .. r_
Norman Seddon. representante de la Anglo-'>'" ''
ene est en proceso de ser nacionalitada. se quejo al <'*
de Irn por el cierre de la oficina de Informacin de la compa-
a en Tehern.


fii m
raiarjw t-07t :ctkai "aivo>
Forma parte de la velada campaa comunis-
ta desacreditar indirectamente las instituciones de-
mocrticas de gobierno con el propsito avieso de
hacer que las masas ge orienten hacia el totalita-
rismo. Es un recurso muy trillado intentar que
el pueblo vea en los dirigentes comunistas o co-
munistoides un signo de redencin cuidndose, des-
de luego, de no llamar a stos con su verdadero
ttulo sino que, por el contrario, tratan de ubicar-
los dentro de la terminologa democrtica. Es fre-
cuente or de democracias marcadamente "revolu-
cionarias" o "progresistas," calificativos stos que
"h* tendran nada de particular sino fuera porque
ellbs envuelven una intencin sumamente sospe-
Contra ese movimiento es necesario que el pue-
blo abra los ojos y comprenda que la solucin de
sus problemas se halla en la democracia y no en
la doctrina comunista. El hecho, doloroso por cier-
to, de que el rgimen democrtico no sea una rea-
lidad integral en muchos pases no quiere decir
que haya deficiencias en el sistema ideolgico, sino
falta de responsabilidad en los hombres encarga-
dos de gobernar.
Creer que slo los demagogos, los que especu-
lan con la miseria popular ofrecindole a las cla-
ses trabajadoras un mundo mejor a travs de una
concepcin poltica de tipo totalitario son los
que conocen los problemas populares sera una
ingenuidad por no decir lo menos. Esos elemen-
tos, an cuando hubiese entre ellos algunos que
procedan sinceramente, no estn en condiciones de
mejorar la situacin de las masas si pretenden que
sea la filosofa comunista la que encuentre el re-
med;o para esos males.
Si se piensa desapasionadamente en el legtimo
contenido de la democracia se llegar a la conclu-
sin de que esos que siendo comunistas pero que
maliciosamente se hacen llamar "revolucionarios"
y "irogre btas." no son ms que figuras disocia-
doras que. constituyen no slo un obstculo sino un
peligro para la realizacin del ideal democrtico.
No es lgico, pues, pensar que el pueblo debe
tener fe en los agitadores perniciosos que se apro-
vechan de cualquier situacin para beneficiar sus
intereses ideolgicos y, peor todava, los de otra
ndole que a veces son los que se quieren defender
invocando la causa de las masas. Es posible que
esos artfices de la intriga conozcan los problemas
del pueblo y sto hace caer sobre ellos el peso de
una mayor responsabilidad porque, a sabiendas,
engaan a unos cuantos incautos que creen en sus
falsas promesas.
C*l C arruel
Drew Pearson dice: Los concesiones de impuestos n los
contratos de guerra deben cesar; Los fabricantes ale-'
manes trabajan con los comunistas en los envos a
Rusia; Truman amenaza vetar las apropiaciones si se
recortan los fondos.
llzador de la Defensa Charles
E. Wilson le ha enviado cartas
a unas veinte agencias del Go-
bierno advirtindoles sobre uno
de los mayores escndalos de
la movilizacin, la amortizacin
injustificada de impuestos.
Este es un sistema median-
te el cual se permite a los
fabricantes descontar el costo
de un fbrica nueva, para
asuntos de impuestos, en cin-
co aos en linar de 30. Mien-
tras que esta concesin en los
impuestos es un eran alicien-
te para la produccin de gue-
rra, un sub-Corait de la C<
mar encabezado por el Con-
gresista Porter Hardy de Vir-
ginia, recientemente lano un
daino ataque contra el fa-
voritismo en los impuestos
para ciertas firmas.
Despus de haber expedido
el informe, el Comit le hizo
una visita al Movillzador Wil-
son y le hizo una lisa y llana
demanda de que cambiara a
algunos miembros del personal
que han expedido concesiones
de Impuestos, entre ellos Frank
Creedon de la Autoridad de
Produccin Nacional. Creedon
fue denunciado por esta colum-
na en 1946 como el funciona-
rio que permiti la reconstruc-
cin del Hipdromo de Tanfo-
ran cuando los .materiales de
construccin escaseaban, y quien
permiti tambin la construc-
cin de un teatro burlesco en
Columbus, Ohio, asi como de
la Cervecera Burger en Cin-
cinnati. A pesar de esto, fue
colocado en una posicin clave
en la Autoridad de Produccin
Nacional, en donde ha sido cri-
ticado por el Comit de Hardy.
Urgido por el Congresista Har-
dy a que reorganizara el per-
sonal a cargo de la amortiza-
cin de impuestos, el Movlllza-
dor Wilson titube. Notando el.
titubeo, el Congresista Hardy
'Seor Wilson, nosotros es-
tamos aqu para llevar a ca-
bo las sugestiones de una
manera amistosa. Pero si nos-
otros no recibimos coopera-
cin, tendremos que cambiar
de blanco".
Wilson mir por sobre sus
anteojos, un poco perplejo an-
te esta abierta amenaza de
que l serin la prxima per-
sona que estara bjo el ca-
oneo del Comit.
"Estoy de acuerdo en que
tendremos que hacer algunos
cambios", contest Wilson al
final. "Pero el problema e*ti
n conseguir los hombres ade-
cuados para los puestos".
El Comit, que Incluye a Jack
Shelley de California, Dick Bo-
iling de Missouri y Walter
Riehlman de Nueva York, se |
alej en la creencia que Wilson
mejorar la situacin.
Esta fotografa nos muestra el momento en que se lleva a
cabo la nrenaradn de alimentos en una de las muchas co-
cinas en un campo de prisioneros de cierra de Pusn. Los
alimentos son escogidos de acuerdo con su propio gusto y
ctros alimentos adicionales para completar el balance de las
caloras de sus dietas.
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La verdad acerca los mate-
riales de guerra que estn sien-
do enviados de contrabando a
Rusia es que algunas de las ms
grandes firmas alemanas son
Esto ha sido confirmado en
un informe confidencial en-
tregado al Departamento de
Retado por el Alto Comisiona-
do de Estados Unidos John J.
McCloy. quien calcula que
unos 250 millones de dlares
en cojinetes, materias qumi-
cas, negro de humo, nickel,
herramientas, partes de avio-
nes, tubos de acero, cascos de
bombas y chatarra se estn
enviando detrs de la cortina
de hierro todos los aos.
La Investigacin de McCloy
revela que el camino para los
embarques en masa a Rusia fue
preparado en una reunin se-
crea en Dusseldorf en noviem-
bre de 1941, cuando un comu-
nista no Identificado de Ale-
mania Oriental se reuni con
los Industriales del Ruhr y les
prometi un mercado sin limi-
tes para sus productos de ace-
ro y herramientas en China,
Checoeslovaquia, Rumania, Hun-
gra y Austria. Estuvieron pre-
sentes en esta reunin un n-
mero de fabricantes del Rhur
que cooperaron con Hitler.
La evasin de las prohibi-
ciones norteamericanas contra
los envos a la cortina de
hierre fue tan abierta que
los comercian tas del Ruhr pu-
blicaren anuncios en los pe-
ridicos comunistas de Ale-
mania Oriental, tal como in-
form desde Alemania el In-
vierno pasado. Por lo menos
dos de estas firmas, la Guet-
thoffnungs Werke y la De-
mag, ambas reciben gran
ayuda del Plan Marshall a-
nunciaron en la prensa co-
munista. Un peridico hasta
lleg a publicar en detall*
cmo los fabricantes podran
evadir las restricciones nor-
teamericanas sobre los envos
detrs de la eortina de hie-
El Presidente Trumah le ha
avisado a los lderes del Con-
greso que l vetar todas las
leyes de apropiaciones que han
sido recortadas por el llamado
mtodo "horizontal" de recor-
tes del 10 por ciento.
Tal vete es sumamente di-
fcil para ^cualquier Presiden-
te, ya qne aguantar una ley
de apropiaciones significara
!ue una gran parte del Go-
teras estara estancada por
falta de fondos. Sin embar-
go, Truman habl en forma
que hara lo que deca.
Truman dijo que la tcnica
del Senador Republicano Fer-
guson de Michigan y otros eco-
nomlzadores que quieren re-
cortar los gastos federales sin
molestarse en considerar las a-
nroplaclones articulo por ar-
tculo, opera ms bien como
una hoz que como un cuchillo
de podar, ya que los artculos
importantes y hasta vitales su-
frirn el mismo porcentaje de
recorte que otros menos impor-
El Presidente agreg que tie-
ne la intencin de vetar cual-
quiera o todas las apropiacio-
nes que hayan sido reducidas
en esta forma, aunque esto
signifique atar por entero los
fondos para el programa do-
mstico del Gobierno. En ese
caso, dijo con nfasis, la res-
ponsabilidad ser del Congreso
y no de l.
"He decidido hacer esto por
dos razones", explic Truman.
"Una es que el Congreso no
est cumpliendo con su deber
cuando arbitrariamente redu-
ce una apropiacin por el m-
todo horizontal. La otra ra-
zn es que recortar los fon-
dos para los departamentos
ejecutivos en esta forma pue-
de ser inconstitucional".
"Yo cumplo con mi deber
al enviar un presupuesto bien
calculado al Congreso, sobre
lo que necesitamos para lle-
var a cabo el plan del Go-
bierno. El Congreso est eva-
di e n d o su responsabilidad
cuando hace un recorte gene-
ral de estos clculos. Su deber
es considerar cada artculo
por sus mritos y hacer los
La suerte est echada. El
Rubirn que han pasado esta
vets el gobierno y el pueblo del
Irn es el umbral de la puerta
de la refinera de petrleo que
la Anglo Iranian Oil Company
posee mejor dicho, posea a-
yer en Abadn. La ciudad de
Abadn, olvidada en el fondo
del Golfo Prsico se ha conver-
tido de pronto en el punto
ms sensible, en el lugar ms
Importante del mundo. Moha-
mecl Mossadeg ese enigmtico
personaje oriental medio loco
o hasta listo, dl el mircoles
no se sabe si con una lgri-
ma o con una sonrisa asiti-
ca la orden decisiva de cortar
las negociaciones y ocupar por
la fuerza las instalaciones de
la empresa britnica. Va la dis-
cusin es Intil. El dado cay
sobre la mesa. Entre los aplau-
sos de la multitud, la bandera
irania ondea sobre los edificios
de la compaa petrolera.
Parece que la compaa acon-
sejada por el gobierno de Lon-
dres se hallaba dispuesta a en-
tregar al Irn un So por ciento
de los beneficios. Este 'fifty fif-
ty" mitad y mitad, presenta
El Petrleo de Irn
f^leito Centre L^Uat
J-^or oLui de
.ui de Luleta
vidas de sus subditos en el te-
rritorio del Irn.
Pero este no es un pleito en-
tre dos aino entre cuatro, por-
que al Irn y la Gran Bretaa
hay que aadir otras dos po-
tencias no directamente Intere-
sadas, pero en cuyas manos
est en ltima instancia la so-
lucin del problema: los Esta-
dos Unidos y la Unin Sovitica.
Una vez ms se comprueba que,
en nuestros das, todo conflic-
to Internacional se transforma
en un conflicto mundial.
El primero de los cuatro es,
naturalmente, el Irn. La an-
tigua Persia cuenta en esta co-
yuntura con simpatas popula-
corno dice un comentarista, "un much03 palflM. a pa-
seguro atractivo psicolgico en,, b nacionalizacin" es se-
tas situaciones no revoluciona-ldtora aunque pueda resultar,
ras y el gobierno iranio ex-, n % cHMOi ,mnlma
ga, con el apremio de un u de confl8cacln. Dos razones a-
tlmatum, no el 50 por ciento si-,, ^ que corresponden,
no e 75 por ciento de las ga-l realWaa a dos sentimientos
nancias obtenidas desde el mes d te regpetables: uno
de marzo. Naturalmente, ha so-. , prlnc)plo ae Ja piena lnde-
brevenido la ruptura. La cues- ^ndencla nacional en un pue
tlon se ha agravado hasta el B^,,. Pr hallarse todavi,
extremo de que ya lo urgente
para Inglaterra es proteger las
recortes especficos",
El Departamento de Defen-
sa est preparando una ley
para enviarla al Congreso,
congelando a todos les actua-
les reservistas en las reservas
armadas. Sin embargo, los ve-
teranos de la segunda guerra
mundial no sern llamados
excepto en caso de una de-
claracin de emergencia por
el Congreso... El Senador Wi-
ley de Wisconsin ha pedido al
Departamento de Trabajo que
investigue los- "rackets" sn las
uniones obreras y que ayude
al Comit del Crimen del Se-
nado en el descubrimiento de
hampones que se han Infil-
trado en el movimiento obre-
ro. Wiley cit la reciente se-
rie de asesinatos, bombardeos
y palizas en la Unin de Con-
ductores de Chicago... Pat
Hurley, Embajador en China
durante la guerra, trat de
ser nombrado consejero es-
pecial de los Senadores Re-
publicanos que Investigan la
controversia sobre MacAr-
thur. Hurley ofreci preparar
el caso contra el Secretario
de Estado Acheson y sumi-
nistrarles preguntas compro-
metedoras para que se le hi-
cieran a Acheson. Sin embar-
co, los Republicanos decidie-
ron que ellos slo* podan en-
tendrselas eon AeBeson... I*
estrategia Republicana con-
tra Acheson ha sido reverti-
da ahora. En lugar de tratar
de probar que Acheson apaci-
gu a los comunistas, los Se-
nadores Republicanos, Irni-
camente, estn acusando aho-
ra a Acheson de provocar la
guerra coreana contra los co-
munistas... El Senador Owen
Rrewster de Maine est exi-
giendo una investigacin de
la oficina de los Ingenieros
del Ejrcito en Boston por-
que los contratistas de Maine
no estn recibiendo su par-
te. El hijo de Brewster. Char-
les, es consejero de la gran
compaa de construcciones
T. W. Cunningham de Ban-
blo que cree hallarse todava
en situacin de Inferioridad se-
mlcolonlal: otro, el anhelo de
elevar, con el producto del pe-
trleo, el nivel de vida de un
pas cuyas clases menesterosas
se albergan en inmundas caba-
nas en los alrededores de la
misma Tehern, la legendaria
capital del reino.
Sin embargo, el Irn no pue-
de, hoy por hoy explotar y a-
provechar directamente su ri-
queza petrolfera. Le faltan la
Dreparacln tcnica, el capital,
los Ingenieros, la maquinarla,
los barcos-tanques y la orga-
nizacin comercial. Ya la com-
oaia inglesa se apresura a re-
tirar toda su flota petrolera que
consta segn leo, de 142 naves
en servicio, ms otra 38 a pun-
to de ser botadas al mar.
Mohammed Mossadeg. duran-
te las negociaciones amenazaba
con recurrir a los tcnicos nor-
teamericanos o soviticos. Pero
esto nos lleva a considerar la
ooslcln de la tercera y la cuar-
ta de las potencias citadas. Ha-
blemos antes de la segunda.
La Gran Bretaa tiene el ma-
yor Inters en no perder esta
batalla del petrleo. He aqu
algunas cifras que hablan con
pitgora elocuencia: La refine-
ra de Abadn. la mayor del
mundo, puede despachar al ao
25,000,000 de toneladas de pe-
trleo: el oleoducto de la An-
glo Iranian mide 1,718 millas;
la compaa obtuvo en 1040 la un
cantidad dt 31,750,000 tonelsMas '_.
de petrleo bruto.
Por otra parte, hay un pro-
Buen consejo para
los que cometen
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dolor da raheza. sienta al aat-
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Alk a-Seltzer
tarro le haga 1
nariz irritada y obstnaas, pongaai
una pocas sotas d> Va-rro-noi en cada
afosa nasal. Rapdamenu
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Con una pequis, cuota semanal
adquiera una
de fama mundial "Viking"
y si la suerte le favorece
otiede ser suya por poco, dinero*!
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blema de prestigio Internacio-
nal. Inglaterra, cuyo Imperio
se est deshaciendo, no puede
dar muestras de Impotencia, ni
dejarse expulsar resignadamen-
te del Irn. Verdad es que el
enio politico britnico no ss
a agotado, y si en el Irn
fracasa, ha alcanzado en el
Yemen un xito rotundo con el
reciente acuerdo anglo-yemeni-
ta que permitir jb. Inglaterra
colaborar en el desarrollo eco-
nmico de un pas en el que
se han descubierto los yaci-
mientos de petrleo ms ricos,
no ya del Medio Oriente sino
del mundo entero.
Por lo que toca al actual con-
flicto can el Irn, Londrea ten-
dr que resistir hasta el lti-
mo extremo. No. Hasta el penl-
timo: porque no llegar hasta
la guerra mundial, sobre todo,
sin el apoyo de los Estados u-
Y aqu entra en escena el ter-
cero de los personajes de este
drama que podra titularse Los
Cuatro en Tehern". En la
cuestin del petrleo en el mun-
do, Norteamrica era la rival
de Inglaterra. Por eso, el go-
bierno Iranio quiso explotar
esa rivalidad llamando a los
tcnicos americanos para sus-
tituir a los britnicos. Pero hay
que reconocer que los Estados
Unidos han procedido con leal-
tad, con desinters y con un
elevado sentido de la poltica
occidental. No. De ningn mo-
do se avendrn a reemplazar a
Inglaterra en el Irn.
Washington aconseja a Lon-
hasta el territorio ruso. Pero,
por de pronto, privar do esa
elemento estratgico a britni-
cos y americanos, equivaldra ya
a una batalla ganada por Mos-
c en una guerra que, por ser
de combustibles, resultarla pa-
radjico llamar "fra".
La. futre* de la Unin Sovi-
tica en el Irn se deriva trv
buena parte del tratado de 1921.
En virtud del articulo sexto da
ese convenio, firmado entre los
gobiernos de Mosc y Tehern
si una tercera potencia inten-
tara "una intervencin arma-
da en el territorio Iranio" o
tratara de utilizarlo "como base
de operaciones contra Rusia",
tendra sta "el derecho de lle-
var sus tropas al Interior del
Irn, a fin de realizar las ope-
raciones militares n e c esarlas
para su defensa".
Con este tratado en la mano
la amenaza de Rusia es temi-
ble. Sus tropas estn all mis-
mo, en las fronteras, arma al
brazo detrs de los montes da
Elburz. He ah por qu no es
probable, pase lo que pase que
ese regimiento de paracaidistas
britnicos, acampado en las
proximidades del Medio Orlen-
te, aterrice en el suelo del Irn.
Seria de temer, en ese caso qua
las divisiones rusas entraran
por el otro lado y que la gue-
rra mundial estallase en condi-
ciones geogrficas y poltica*
desfavorables para el occiden-
te. Desfavorables las geogrfi-
cas, puesto que Rusia es veci-
na del Irn, mientras que la
Oran Bretaa y Norteamrica
estn muy lejos, y desfavorables
tambin las condiciones polti-
cas porque el tratado ruso-per-
sa darla a la intervencin so-
vitica una apariencia jurdica.
Por esta misma razn no es
de creer tampoco que Rusia to-
me la iniciativa de un acto da
fuerza que la onvertirla en a-
gresora. Entonces slo queda
una salida: la negociacin. La
negociacin y el acuerdo por
deficiente que sea no slo con
*. 2"\..i^...rZL "I Irn sirio, en lo posible con
S?' ~ ri.f ..P. ES"; " Ali to Ilrm u" Mel-
don, pero le presta todo SU ,or ,m#,rir..no t.n rinrumenUdr.
apoyo. De Igual suerte, Londres
apoya a Washington en Corea,
aunque, a su vez, le aconseja
llegar a un acuerdo. En este
iutgo cruzado, la solidaridad de
las dos grandes potencias an-
glosajonas se mantiene firme.
Firme, sobre todo, frente a
Rusia. Y aqui est ya el ltimo
de los cuatro litigantes de es-
te peligroso pleito internacional.
La Unin Sovitica, rica en pe-
trleo pero no tan rica como
lo exigirla una gran guerra mo-
torizada, mira con ojos vidos
hacia Abadn. Dicen los bien
Informados que le seria impo-
sible por razones tcnicas, trans-
portar ese petrleo desde el
sudoeste de Persia, a travs de
una doble cadena de montaas
tor americano tan documentado
como waiter Lippmann. "No
hay modo, dice, de eludir la
conclusin de que la Oran Bre-
taa, para Intervenir legal y
Srudememente en el interior del
rn habr de negociar un a-
cuerdo con la Unin Sovitica,
ms o menos en el espritu del
acuerdo anglo-ruso de 1M7".
Si como decamos, todo con-
flicto tiende hoy a hacerse mun-
dial, toda solucin tendr qua
ser tambin mundial. Y ms
an si el conflicto surge por el
petrleo que en este siglo da
la velocidad y la motorizacin,
es a la guerra moderna lo que
a la de ayer fue la plvora.
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Sobre el Rbin y el Danubio quedar la
primera linea Europea de defensa
La segunda estar entre Suiza
y Holanda mientras que la 3
se discute intensamente ahora
Por Gault MacGowan
VERSALLES, Junio 26. (EPS)
ima crea lucha se rea-
liza ataras de bastidores en el
escenario militar internacional,
acerca ae donde debe estable-
cerle el ultimo bastion para la
teicnsa de la civilizacin oc-
cidental contra una agresin
Los lrancesea y norteameri-
canos desean construir tal li-
nea en Oran Bretaa; los In-
gleses, por su parte, desean que
se establezca en las islas bri-
tnicas. '
Los plane6 ya aprobados toan
como primera linea de resis-
tencias ios ros Rln y Danubio,
con una linea de reserva que
corre desde Suiza hasta Holan-
da, a travs de Blgica y Lu
i. _urgo. ;
Una tercera posicin tiene
que ser fijada, para el caso de
que luera imposible detener a
los rusos en las dos prime-,
ras. Tal posicin debe ser tan
corta como sea posible y tan I
ancha o profunda como se pue-
da, para concentrar en ella to-
do el poder de fuego que per-
mite un frente relativamente
Una posicin asi es la que
han establecido los aliados en
la "cintura" de la peninsula de
urea, por ejemplo.
Los britnicos desean que se
tome en cuenta la experien-
cia de la segunda guerra mun-
dial y que se fije un Dunquer-
que desde el cual pueda pla-
nearse y lanzarse un contra-
La obiecin norteamericana
a este plan es que seria mu-
rrio metor mantener una base
en el territorio continental eu-
ropeo, a toda costa, para aho-
rrar el costo en vidas y mate-
rial que exigira una invasin.
En el papel resulta simple
preferir este punto de vista.
Revelaciones Mdicas
Asciende nuevamente el porcentaje de
nacimientos en Hiroshima y Nagasaki
Pero en los circuios militares
franceses se dice que la expe-
riencia ensea que es difcil
poner en prctica tal decisin.
Sea cual sea la posicin de
la tercera linea de defensa,
costar ciertamente bastante
Los britnicos dice al respecto:
"Inglaterra tiene que ser de-
fendida, de todos modos. No
seria ms discreto gastar el di-
nero haciendo inexpugnables
las islas britnicas, en vea de
establecer un bastin de dudo-
so valor en Bretaa?"
Los belgas, holandeses e ita-
lianos sealan que la Gran
Bretaa es un bastin natu-
ral, que las hordas rusas dif-
cilmente podran alcanzar.
8u tesis es que Europa debe
ser defendida en su propio te-
rritorio y por los mismos eu-
ropeos, con la ayuda norte-
americana. Si los norteamerica-
nos contemplaran la adopcin
de un plan que se basa en el
retiro del continente a una ba-
se como las islas britnicas,
todo el concepto de Ja defen-
sa en que se basa el Pacto
del Atlntico se derrumbara.
El general Eisenhower ha
aceptado esta tesis, porque coin-
cide con sus propios puntos de
vista sobre la situacin estrat-
gica. Y no tiene la menor in-
tencin de dejarse imponer un
programa distinto.
Pero los militares britnicos
han llevado el asunto a los
ms altos niveles oficiales, pa-
ra que se presione a Washing-
ton acerca de lo que conside-
ran tanto estricta lgica como
el concepto histrico de la si-
"El continent* (europeo) no
puede ser nunca un ciento por
ciento seguro", dicen. "Por lo
tanta no debemos engaarnos
nosotros mismos con la' espe-
ranza de hacerlo seguro me-
diante barreras artificiales".
-La solucin militar de esta
por Tbomss It. Henry
Redactor cieiuiiico de
(EP8).El porcentaje de naci-
mientos en Hiroshima y Naga-
saki, las ciudades Japonesas que
fueron destruidas por bombas
atmicas, ha comenzado a as-
cender otra vez. tras un largo
periodo de declinacin. Y en Los
Alamos, poblacin norteameri-
cana cuyos habitantes estn
ms expuestos a los efectos de
la radiacin que los de cual-
quiera otra parte del mundo, el
porcentaje es cuatro veces ma-
yor que en las otras ciudades
de los Estados Unidos.
Todo esto indica que la teo-
ra de que la raza humana pue-
de ser reducida a la esterili-
dad por una guerra atmica es
falsa, dice el Dr. John Z. Bo-
wers, decano de la escuela de
medicina de la universidad de
Utah, quien ha hecho extensos
estudios en los sobrevivientes
japoneses para la Comisin de
Energa Atmica norteamerica-
A su Juicio, los estudios reali-
zados en las dos ciudades Japo-
nesas citadas suministran una
excelente base para calcular los
efectos fsicos de la radiacin
atmica. El Dr. Bowers cree que
los efectos serian los mismos
El Presidente Truman enviar
mensaje abogando por la paz
disputa serla ms difcil si Es-
pana se uniera a la Organiza-
cin del Pacto del Norte del
Atlntico. Por entonces la ter-
cera linea de resistencia occi-
dental se establecerla en los
Pirineos, un bastin natural que
todos los militares desean po-
Por supuesto, todas estas dis-
cusiones no han debilitado la
intencin de resistir a todo
trance, y las tropas estn sien-
do entrenadas para- recuperar
cualquier terreno perdido, tal
como lo han estado haciendo
tan brillantemente en Corea.
aunque se tratara de bombas
ms poderosas o perfectas.
Para duplicar la zona afectada,
dice, sera necesaria una bomba
ocho veces mayor que la usada
contra Hiroshima. Y tal propor-
cin llegara a ser poco practi-
Por otra parte, el progreso
de la medicina en los ltimos
aos permitira salvar a un n-
mero cada vez mayor de perso-
Actualmente se divide a los
sobrevivientes atmicos en tres
grupos, a saber:
Primero, aquellos pacientes
3ue aufren de severas nuseas
esde el primer momento, y de
una fiebre que se intensifica
progresivamente. Estas personas
mueren al sexto o sptimo da.
Segundo, victimas que ofrecen
los mismos sntomas, pero que
se restablecen lentamente, pero
a veces sufren una repentina
recada. En este caso, mueren
dentro de las tres u seis sema-
nas siguientes.
Tercero, personas que han su-
frido slo moderamente los e-
fectos de la radiacin y que ge-
neralmente se restablecen del
Es en el segundo grupo, dice
el Dr. Bowers, en donde ms
puede hacerse. Muchos de los
pacientes pueden ser salvados
mediante el uso de nuevas dro-
gas que, como la aureorriclna.
previenen las infecciones.
El resultado fundamental de
la radiacin en el hombre pa-
rece ser la destruccin de los
glbulos blancos de la sangre.
Mientras stos no sean reem-
plazados, el cuerpo carece de
elementos para combatir los
grmenes que lo ataquen.
Otro Informe interesante en
el campo mdico proviene del
Dr. Russell L. Cecil, de la uni-
versidad de Cornell. Se refiere
a las nuevas drogas, cortlsona y
Por Steffan Andrews
Si bien ambas son muy valio-
sas para luchar contra la artri-
tis, ofrecen ej.Inconveniente de
que producen una enfermedad
de la glndula adrenal, llamada
"sndrome de Cushlng," que cau-
sa grandes trastornos emocio-
nales. El paciente cae en una
profunda melancola y en oca-
siones es necesario tratarle en
una institucin para enferme-
dades psicopticas.
Por alguna razn desconoci-
da, dice el Dr. Cecil, los hom-
bres toleran ambas drogas me-
jor que las mujeres-
La artritis reumtica, una de
las formas ms comunes de es-
ta enfermedad, puede ser con-
siderada esencialmente incura-
ble por ahora. Lo ms que pue-
de esperarse essaniortiguar sus
Antes ele la introduccin de
las nuevas drogas citadas, el
tratamiento comn era sumi-
nistrar sales de, oro. Las drogas
en cuestin producen rpido a-
llvlo al enfermo, pero tienen
3ue ser suministradas indefjnl-
amente, lo cual resulta onero-
so. Y si se hace necesario sus-
pender el tratamiento, la victi-
ma sufre una recada que lo lle-
va a un estado peor que el que
mostraba anteriormente.
El Dr. Cecil cee que ser po-
sible llegar a hacer un trata-
miento combinado, de cortlsona
y sales de oro.
dos se Indica que el Presiden-
te Truman se propone enviar
un Mensaje a las Naciones
Unidas, con ocasin del ani-
versario t'e la guerra de Co-
rea, haciendo un llamamiento
de paz.
Su mensaje est ya redactado
en borredor y sera presentado
a las Naciones Unidas el 24 de
los corr'entes, vspera del ani-
Altos funcionarlos que han
tenido oportunidad de ver el
borrador dicen que en l se
propone U suspensin de hos-
tilidades. Inmediatamente.
Se tiene entendido que este
mensaje ser presentado no s-
lo en nombre de los Estados
Unidos, sino tambin en el de
los otros catorce pases miem-
bros de las Naciones Unidas
que pa tlulpan en la guerra.
Uno de los firmantes ser,
por lo tanto, el general Mat-
thew Rldgway, comandante su-
premo de las fuerzas aliadas,
en el Lejano Oriente. El presi-
aente Truman tambin firma-
r, por supuesto.
La proposicin pedir el es-
tablecimiento de una zona des-
militarizada de veinte millas de
ancho, al norte del paralelo 38,
o de una "zona amortiguado-
ra" que ser fijada de comn
acuerdo, mientras se negocia
un plan para la unificacin de
En las mismas fuentes se se-
ala que el propsito nmero
uno de las Naciones Unidas en
Corea y*, ha sido alcanzado:
expulsar a los agresores comu-
nistas del sur del pas.
Por lo tanto, el mensaje ser
un nuevo llamamiento a los
comunistas chinos para que re-
conozcan el hecho de que han
sido derrotados y acepten en-
tablar negociaciones para res-
tablecer 1, paz en la pennsula
Mitra Sis Hervios Cti
Bastante Hierro
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Un servicio del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica Panam
Minerales: Calcio y fsforo en los alimentos
La leche y sus productos sen
lM fuentes ms ricas en cal-
cio pero su contenido en fsfo-
ro es relativamente constante.
- La mayora de las hojas verdes
"^jue se usan en nuestra alimen-
-tacln son muy ricas en calcio,
aunque su contenido variar aa-
an la riqueza del suelo de don-
" de provienen; tambin he y
gran variedad en su contenido
de calcio utillzable lo cual, la
mayora de vecas depende del
contenido de cido oxlico
"presente porque con el calcio
se forma sales insoluoles.
Los pases donde el consumo
*Je leCne es alto, el problema de
calcio est resuelto, ya que el
uso de hojas verdes no es signi-
ficativo por no consumirse en
forma regular, ni en cantida-les
.Considerables como para proveer
todo el calcio necesario. Pero
los pases donde la preparacin
de la tortilla requiera el uso de
ral para quitar la cutcula cue
envuelve la semilla del maz. pr
te de esa cal permanece an la
tortilla; y a pesar de que no se
han hecho estudios sobre la can
tidad de calcio utillzable en la
tortilla, se presume que parte
de ese calcio es aprovechable
por el organismo. Debido a cbto
la preparacin de tortilla am
cal es de mayor valor nutritivo
que la preparacin con cenizas.
El fsforo est ms distribui-
do en la naturaleza que el cal-
cio y hay menos posibilidad de
una deficiencia de fsforo en la
dieta promedio de un individuo
normal; carnes de aves, pesca-
do, rea, lo mismo que cereales
y legumbres son muy buenas
fuentes de fsforo. Aunque el
calcio y fsforo por atar siem-
pre asociados al tener la misma
fundn en e| organismo no
siempre se encuentran en los
mismos alimentos, pero toda
dieta que alcance Un nivel de
calcio apropiado casi siempre
tiene un alto contenido de fs-
1 2 1 y 5 e 7 1 1 9 10 11.
12 13 14
IS ir 17 18
i. 20
21 28 84 2
26 27 '
29 30
32 35" 33 34
"TacT 37
38 1
46 1 'r
19 50 r
Interesadas por la carretera
las Sociedades del Interior
1Bebida alcohlica.
4Abrir huecos en la tierra.
,9Tejido muy tenue.
13Arcnido traqueal.
15Fuentes para sopa.
17Animales de tiro.
JOMoneda desplata.
20Pesar, dolor.
21Ardid, aagaza.
23Smbolos de nobleza.
"'26Animal parecido al ciervo.
27Intersticios de la piel.
28Dios egipcio del sol.
29Terminacin de diminutivo.
31Cabello blanco.
" 32Smbolo del sodio.
33Trabajis la tierra.
. 34Cabello blanco.
-sj7Smbolos musicales.
*.J8Pone precio.
40Del verbo aparar.
42Reconstruir, reformar.
_45Preposicin. Inv.
40Denotara alegra.
49Nombre de mujer.
SOArboles muy frondosos.
21Conjunto de tres voces.
23Del verbo coser.
24Campo de* lucha,
27Sostn o pie de una figura.
31Donaciones, regalos.
33Esclava egipcia de Abrahn
34Figura geomtrica.
37Cabellos blancos.
39Clase de pez.
41Coloca, sita.
42Remisin, Abv.
43Del verbo atar.
44Bebida alcohlica.
47Medida china de Longitud,
Coriolano Guardia
se hizo cargo del
Fomento Agrcola
DIVISA, Junio 26 (Correspw.-
tal) El viernes ltimo se hi-
zo cargo del Fomento Agrcola
de Los Santos, como Director,
el Ingeniero Gordiano Guardia
L., quien fu nombrado por el
Ministro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, Ingeniero D-
vid Samudio, atendiendo a ses
crditos y a sus experiencia* por
ms de 7 aos, desde que regre-
s de sus estudios universitarios
en la Escuela Nacional de Agr'-
cultura, en Chapingo, Mxico
Nos declar el Ing. Ouardt i
c,ue al hacerse cargo de nujvd
de este Fomento, pensaba darle
mayor participacin al elemento
rural, en cuanto a los servicias
que presta dicha institucin,
porque considera que esa es la
misin primordial de estos fo-
mentos y ms cuando ha obser-
vado el deseo de todos los cam-
pesinos de mejorar sus cultl/is
por medios mecnicos y mto-
dos cientficos.
Deseamos para el nuevo Di
rector del Fomento Agrcola de
Los Santos xitos en su nueva
Se dar trmino
a los trabajos
de una iglesia
En la Provincia de Veraguas
se dar trmino a las obras em-
prendidas all, como son la Es-
cuela Pblica de San Francis-
co y las reparaciones de ia 1-
glesla del lugar declarada mo-
numento nacional. En la cluJ&d
Je Santiago se repararn ai-
iiunas calles y los edificios p-
blicos. Se proyecta la Instala-
cin de plantas elctricas en al-
gunas poblaciones de esta pro-
En la Provincia de Chlrlvil
El Primer Ciclo de Aguadulce
quiere que se llame Isabel
Herrera a la Profesional
Estudiantes del Primer Culo
de Aguadulce han suscrito una
resolucin en el sentido de p:-
ir al Ministro de Educaclcn
que d el nombre de Isabel He-
rrera O. la Escuela Pfofcsio-
nal de esta ciudad.
La resolucin manifiesta q*:e
ya otros sectores de opinin
han manifestado que ningn
nombre seria ms adecuado pa-
ra esta escuela que el de la in-
signe educadora que durante
muchos afios fu gia espiritual
de ese plantel.
En la parte resolutiva la re-
solucin dice;
1Pedir ai Ministerio de Eiu-
cacln d el nombre de Isabel
Herrera O a la Escuela Pro-
2Solicitar a los Profesores,
Alumnos y Examinas de la Es-
cuela Profesional, nos apoyen
en nuestra justa peticin.
3Enviar copla de esta reso-
lucin a la prensa y dems o
ganos de divulgacin nacional
Dora Queada
Doris Mndez
Dada en la dudad de Agua-
dulce a los catorce dias del mee
de Junio de mil novecientos cin
cuenta y uno.
Convertido en piscina el coro
de la Iglesia de Bejuco
1Gorra militar
2Metal preciosos.
..4Accin de carear.
5Canoa mexicana.
7Terminacin verbal.
8Arboles muy corrientes en
9Del verbo talar.
11Nota musical. Pl.
16Hijo de Jpiter.
18Artculo indeterminado, Pl.
20Igual al 27 horizontal.
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Desvanezca la Gordura
81 la lordura arruina : finir o
aaee que tonca dificultad para respirar
y pon ju salud an peligro, encontrar
Sus as fcil perder msdlo kilo por
la con al nuavo mdtodu ds Hollywood
llamado FORMODB. Nada da dieta
drstica o ejercicio. Absolut ame ta
am pelurro Pida FORMODE a sa
farmacia favorita y empleo* a edelj
el Ministro Navarro declar qu
n construir una Escuela F-
bilca de ventielneo aulas en la
poblacin de Las Lomas. Cou-
tinuarn los trabajos para ter-
minar el Estadio y se prose-
guir con los trabajos de la Ca-
rretera Boquete-Almirante que
tantos beneficios reportar, pa-
ra una de las ms ricas reglo-
nes de la Repblica.
En Bocas del Toro, se inician
as reparaciones de la Escuela
y de calles y edificios pbtoos.
En el Darin el Ministro Na-
varro dijo que todo est listo
para trasladar a un lugar ms
seguro la poblacin de Vaviza,
que ahora est ubicada en '.c.
confluencia de los ros Chico
y Chucunaque. Para estos ur-
bajos existe una partida de B.
BEJUCO, Junio 26 "(Corres-
ponsal) La Iglesia de esta
poblacin ha sido despojada t-e
una parte ael techo para darli
cabida a la torre en construc-
cin y como actualmente per-
manece inactivo el trabajo esto
trae como consecuencia que
fuertes aguaceros penetren na*
ta donde est situado el coro,
convinindolo en. una piaoUm.
I a la vea en posible criadero de
arvas. que podran ser un foco
de infeccin malrica, que fla-
gele a los habitantes de esta po-
Los bejuqueos tienden su
mirada hacia el Ministro-de O-
bras Pblicas Ing. Norberto Na-
>arro le piden respetuosame.it.'
su muy digna Intervencin >.n
la terminacin del trabajo de la
Se cuenta con algunas nviite-
i i i isa i a-
Se construira en Santiago
a un costo aproximado de
mil balboas por cada cs
Varios Ingenieros
son citados a una
importante reuinnl Habr en David
El Presidente de la Repbuca,
don Alclbiades Arosemena ma-
nifest ayer que presentar a la
consideracin del Conseje ae
Gabinete y a la Junta Directiva
del BUR la construccin de un
barrio para familias de escasos
recursos en la ciudad de San-
Esta declaracin fu frmula-
Ja cuando una comisin de san-
dagueos, presidida por el Go-
bernador de la Provincia, don
Rafael Murgas, visit al efe dei
Estado y le manifest que la as-
piracin de aquella ciudad era
que se construyera el mencio-
nado barrio en un glob de te-
rreno del Estado que est ubi-
cado cerca de la ciudad de Jan*
El proyecto en mencin, Ujii-
de a solucionar el problema de
i'n grupo de familias pobres que
viven en un barrio denominado
del Coco, cuyos terrenos perte-
necen a personas particulares
quienes estn exigiendo a las
personas que all viven, loa de-
Las casas que se intenta con,
trulr all se calculan a un costo
aproximado de mil balboas se-
gn manifest al Presidente A-
rosemena a la comisin que for-
maban los seores Francisco
Changmarin, Rafael Cantillo,
Ernesto Hernndea y Sergio
Un intenso movimiento exis-
te entre las Sociedades Cvicas
del interior de la Repblica en
el sentido de conseguir que la
Carretera Interamerlcana se
construya' de concreto y no di-
Macadam como se piensa.
La primera en actuar ha sido
la Sociedad Cvica de Chirica-
noe, por cuya provincia se ini-
ciar la obra, la cual, ha citado
para una sesin extraordinaria
que se llevar a cabo maana
mircoles 27 en su local de se-
siones situado en la Calle 12
Este y Avenida Central, en i'
altos de la Bolsa del Brillante.
El problema a discutir ser
como hemos dicho la construc-
cin de la carretera nter-Ame-
ricana, y para tal efecto se han
expedido telegramas de Invita-
ciones a la Sociedad de Inge-
nieros; los directores de la c.n-
presa Cemento Panam S. A.;
el Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
Ingeniero Norberto Navarro; el
Ingeniero J. R. Quizado y 1
Ingeniero Pltnio Vrela.
Consideran los chlrlcanos que
ia carretera Interamerlcana de-
ber ser construida de concre-
to en su totalidad, pues con fi-
lio estar garantizada la dura-
bilidad de la misma y los gastos
de mantenimiento sern mni-
mos- Adems, en vista que en
Panam hay una fbrica de ce-
mento, se estara ayudando a >.-
na empresa netamente pana-
mea y el capital invertido se
quedara en el pas para ayuia
ae nuestra economa nacional.
En vista de la Importancia de
ia reunin, se Via pedido enca-
recidamente la presencia de to-
dos los socios de la Sociedad
Cvica de Chlrlcanos, asi como
la de loe invitados especale*
que ilustrarn con sus conoci-
mientos sobre la materia la dis-
cusin sobre problema de tanta
importancia para nuestra vi-
da nacional.
una Exposicin
de Bellas Artes
El Comit pro-Biblioteca de
David, Inspirado por un pro-
psito de divulgacin cultural,
celebrar una Exposicin de
Bellas Artes en el local de la
Biblioteca Pblica durante la
primera semana del mes de a-
Los artistas del Valle de la
Luna estn desplegando mucho
entusiasmo por esta exposicin
y ya han ofrecido muchas de
sus producciones artsticas. La
Biblioteca Nacional hace un lla-
mado a los artistas panameos
para que enven sus cuadros di-
rectamente a la Biblioteca Pu-
blica de David.
Panam, junio 26 de 1061
fagina a cargo de
rales, tales como piedra, are-
na, acero y, las formaletas al-
iadamente instaladas esperando
3U respectivo concreto. Si se de-
ja pasar algn tiempo ms se
perdera mucho trabajo adelan-
i.*e PALMA 'estunee atUrrie t>
EL SEAlSra. ObdularOsntreras
BOQUETE Csrlcn. Wstise
'.AS _LAJAfi--Amioe essrers
WKj-S**tri?*lllrB* *
SAN riLIXDem.trle Saei
QUALACATealstoeles PstMe
nONCONOTTOeV-aara V Caste!
RnOHEUOKAntonio Mee
TOLE Fidel Saatsnaria tt.
SAN ANDBESFaosthkD Mirase
Coders* O.
tUARAREJos* Nieves Anaale
TOCRI Edsrajas M. es OoneeJes
LAS TABLAS-JO.* Antonia asalteara
BIO DE JESS Pastor Boi
LAS PALMASCssar Gordlllo
CAAAZASPsdra J. M*rlds
"ALOBRE Mbratl Oeaiilsa
ATALAYAaaael Plnro
SANTA FEJesooi OsreSt (Vevanecl
Alivese con la
LA CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL avisa al pblico que,
a partir de esta fecha, abre a concurso la adjudicacin de
siete becas para cursar estudios secundarlos en el Colegio
Mlramar de los Hermanos Cristianos, situado en el Can-
Los interesados deben presentar su solicitud en la Se-
cretaria de la Caja de Seguro Social, a ms tardar el 7 de
Julio prximo, acompandola de los siguientes documentos:
lo. Constancia de ser hijo de asegurado,
2o. Certificado de nacimiento.
3o. Certificado de terminacin de estudios primarlos.
NOTA: El escogimiento de los becarios se har de acuer-
do con las calificaciones y la buena conducta. Si hay ms
de siete concursantes en Igualdad de condiciones, las becas
se otorgarn mediante sorteo pblico.
Panam. 25 de Junio de 1951.
AURIOL: Afortunadamente, parece que las dos plantas ae
vectar su sombra sobre las flores.
los extremos no van a pro?
ser causados por Rinos Cansados
SI ae atante usted Indispuesto, o tie-
ne que levantarse de oche, o padece
usted de mareos, ntrvloaldad, dolores
de sepaida o ds piernas, tobillos hin-
chado*, dolores en laa artlealertones,
ardor en loe conductoe y exceso ds
acides, el funcionamiento lea to e>Joe
riftoaee puede asr la verdadera causa
de ana malee.
Lar* alimento* y bebida* Bat aro
Ido* pueden causar a escaso de
acide*) y recargar le* rlflooaa ds tal
masara qua funcionan nal y noceel-
tan eetlmulants ayuda diurtica (ara
Jus los rones ajenan bien eu funcin
> purificar eu sanare debidamente y
*errarle la salad y 1 fueriaa.
Mueh mdico* han descubierto
per saadlo A* prueba* ejeatlfleaa y
dfitlcas. asi como en el diario ejerci-
lo V su profealfin, que un dlurStlco
estimulante ds loa rllWnee 7 paliativa
para la
Jira y
acides es Cyste, preparado cientfico.
la irritacin funcional de la Te-
la* urinaria* en estado de
PALENQUEOenmiro aaase* O
CATIVAAni BAreeaea
i'UEKlt) PILN-Luu Jimease
ARRAJJANLaces USreeaa /
0H0P.BERAAaikai M.rti.ee
CHAME Padre Manos a
CHEPOJoe* B. Puertea
CALMAS SELLADRlssldc Oebaltot
ANTONAntale J. Jas*
NATAJasa de D. Visqoei
I.A PINTA OA-Csrerdo Hersaade* a
OLAOsela Odasss
RIO GRAMDE-Joe* de Orete Si
RIO HATO Teres Qslroe
POCRIJ a Corelo
JHITSE Restan Psrelrs
LAS MINAS Epid*nides Quistes
EL i,'ARAFISTULO Jaste VOlerree
I Los Sestee)
'JjANtiODonecleeo Msese*
MACAItACAS Asulllne Moreae t A
PARITA Leopoldo Aliena es
rONOSIe-eaqsls MsaoMra
TEDASISeoril. Oalll* Ver*
OCO_Vlrafllo Arofulo
PESEJoras Atearrsa*
Hace explicacin
el seor Carlos
Santiago, 23 de Junio de 1951
8eor Director de
"El Panam Amrica".
En la pagina "La Voz del In-
terior ",de su diario aparece t-u-
blicada una resolucin de la lo-
cuela Anexa, Resolucin toma*
da por unanimidad por maes-
tros de la Escuela citada, con
el apoyo y la aprobacin de loa
profesores da Prctica, bajo a
direccin del Profesor Doniln-
guez, entonces "coordinador" da
educacin, y con la aquiescencia
del Director de la Normal Pro-
fesor Vicente Bayard.
La resolucin mencionada ta-
cha de deshonestos, y faltos da
tica profesional a la Sra. Enei-
da de Chang Marn, y la seora
Jilma de Ramos, como al iur-
Dicha resolucin fu publlva*
ra en hojas mimeografiads, y
epartida por jvenes extraos
a la escuela anexa por toro el
o se le escapa a nadie qus
dicha resolucin, contra oa
maestras de la misma escuela,
tiende a desmorallsarlas y -
charle lodo sobre su persona-
Como parte acusada en Ja ie-,
solucin, y a la vez como espo-
se de la sefiora Eneida de C^anj
Marin, solicito qu su' darlo,
publique, de acuerdo con lo es-
tablecido por la ley, esta contes-
tacin ma al asunto.
En la resolucin no se dice
cul fu la Informacin flse.
Lo que sucedi fu que la Sra.
Eusebia de Medina, directora a
la Anexa, llam en horas da
trabajo a la Sra. Jilma de Ra-
mos para preguntarle si eia
-.erdad que ella asista a
las charlas que el Partido de'.
Pueblo realizaba en casa ds
Chang Marn; que ese Partas
iba en contra de la religin y
que ella, (la maestra Jilma do
Ramos,) era hija de Mara y no
le convena eso. Que padres da
familias haban comunicado qua
si la Maestra de Ramos era de
ese partido entonces sacaran a
rus hijos de ese saln.
Eso fu l que public el Cho-
:), y eso es lo que la resolucin
no dice. Los maestros se convir-
tieron en tribunal de ionor p-
ia juzgar a dos colegas. El Di-
rector Bayard, a quien se le pi-
di una investigacin del asun-
to no hito nada, entiendo que la
complaca la medida de las 1-
.-responsables maestras de la a-
A quien le falta honor y tica
profesional es a la Seora VA-
ectora de la Anexa, y a los
maestros y profesores, que rom
Viendo la Ley orgnica, invejil-
paron y juzgaron a dos maes-
tras, y es ms publicaron el *.-
tunto en la comunidad, y en el
El suscrito ha pedido al Mi-
nisterio de Educacin una in-
vestigacin del asunto, en don-
de se solicita el esclarecimiento
legal del bochinche de la seora
Directora de la Anexa-
Quedo de Ud. A'.to y S. S.
Caries F. Cbangmsra
que ee ana receta pMlca. Centenares
r centenares da casos sn lo* archlroe
de astea asedeos, prueban qoo asi sa
La primera doela do Cystsx comien-
te a hacer eu efecto (inmediata-
mente, ayudando a *aa rISoas* a a-
rrojar el ezceeo de Acido*. Bato puede)
hacer que ustsd as sienta como nuevo
otra ves. Tan securas satn loe fabri-
cantes ds Cystsx de que usted que-
dar! completamente eaflsfscho, qua
lo piden que hada noted la prueba.
Pida Cystsx hoy animo sn su far-
macia favorita.
**> y
Esta Tesorera ha side informada qoe algunas person*
ie estn dedicando s cobrar fraudulentamente el impuesto
de perros correspondiente al ao de' 1951, extendiendo a las
contribuyentes recibos, que dicen acreditar el pago. Pee
este medio el suscrito tesorero avisa al pblico que el suso-
dicho impuesto, mientras no se disponga otra cosa, debe ser
pagado en la Tesorera. Por otra parte, el tesorero que sas-
cribe concede plazo hasta el 31 de Julio prximo venidera,
Etra que todos los contribuyentes que en una a otra forma
an pagado el impuesto de perros, presenten sus respectivo
recibos a la Tesorera Municipal, para que les sean easa>
bladoe, sin costa alguna, por recibos vlidos; vencido eae
trmino, los recibos no revalidados sern considerados nulos
y sos poseedores tendrn que pagar nuevamente el impuestos
El suscrito tesorero entablara la debida accin contra les
Coln, 23 de Junio de 151.
Tesorero Municipal
La pelcula sin
precedentes... se
estrenar el 5 de
julio en los teatros
ni i T

Informe para efU seccin se reciben en la
f\eaaccin norial
TeMfeeo S-31II
SOBAS: S:SS a Mitt a.
Anortado 1M
En honor de 8.E. el Ministro
de Defensa de SI Salvador, Te-
niente Coronel Osear Roanos,
quien se encuentra actualmente
en Panam, el Comandante Ge-
neral de la Armada de los EE.
UU. en el Caribe, Teniente Ge-
neral William H. H. MorrU Jr.
y seora Marguerite de Morris,
ofrecen esta noche un* comida
en el Club de Oficiales de Al-
brook Field.
Atasajo s
En .honor de la Doctora Es-
ter Nelra de Calvo, Secretarla
Ejecutiva de la Comisin nter -
amerlcana de Mujeres, con se-
de en Washington, quien se
encuentra actualmente en Pa-
nam, la Mesa Redonda Pan-
americana de Mujeres, ofrece-
r maana mircoles un t en
el Club Unin. Las personas
que deseen adherirse a este a-
fasajo pueden comunicarse con
a seoia Esperanza O. de Mi-
r, telfono 2-241.
Despedid* de soltera
La seora Mercedes C. de Ele-
ron ayer en la residencia de la compaada de su hljoi el Jo-
ven estudiante Luis Hernndez
Jr., lleg en das pasados de
Loa Angeles, California.
seora de Boyd, un t para a-
gasajar a la seorita Mara Te-
res Heal y Quelquejeu, quien
contraer matrimonio prxima-
mente con el Licenciado Ro-
berto Alemn.
Para agasajar a la seorita
Tereslta P. de Abada, quien
procedente de David se encuen-
tra pasando varios das en la
capital, la seora Gloria A. de
Escoffery, ofreci anoche una
comida en su residencia.
Para los Estados Unidos
Muy folla viaje le deseamos
al seor Frank Ubrlch y seora,
quienes embarcaron hoy rumbo
a Nueva York.
De los Estados Unidos
Grata estada le deseamos a
la seorita Florence Bonard,
quien lleg hoy a nuestra ca-
pital, en donde pasar varios
das como husped del doctor
Octavio Mndez Perelra y seo-
ra Luz O. de Mndez.
Saludamos a la seora Fran-
ta y Dorita B. de Boyd,' ofrecie- cisca de Hernndez, quien a-
Se dir el Jueves 28 do Junio a laa 7 a.m. an la
Iglesia de Critto Rey por I torno descanso de
. (q- P- )
Sus deudos agradecern a sus amistades
la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Aniversaria de matrimonio
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Ol Tapia y seora
Laura Lpez de Tapia, quienes
cumplen noy treinta Anos de
Muchas felicidades le desea-
mos al nio Ramn Benedettl,
hijo del Lie. Eloy Benedettl y
seora Olga V. de Benedettl,
quien recibi las aguas lustra-
es en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
Fueron sus padrinos la seora
Ada H. de Quizado y el seor
Pedro Gallndo.
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Fernando Eleta y seora
Mercedes Casanovas de Eleta,
por el advenimiento de su pri-
mognita, ocurrido ayer en la
Clnica San Fernando.
Aseguran que Argentina har "pruebas
atmicas definitivas" el prximo ao
La atmica de Richter ser
"up elemento de fuerza en
la produccin de aluminio99
Angelini presenta: 'Mujeres Entre Rejas'
Estos Matices "UPS"
Duran Aun Ms I
Uta I mn ISpli labtol Pona"* para
mrntnm lindo* na lobin
|Dvra mucho mail Pond's "Up*", fomoto on ) mundo
antero ... I lpiz labial qua dura horai y hora, y borw ,
.. (ahora duro mucho mll Lo labia* quadan md>
encantadora qua nunca ...|*n la nuava y maravilllo
frmula .crata da Pond'j asta al porqu I /No *a
corra ni it aar/aro.'
(Mi todas*! Pond'i "Upt" Imparta o tu*
labio un aspado latinado. No ai graioto.
(Na te ampatto, no te retaca/
(Matice, da madal Armonizan con su
Mpo, con su vastido. |Vaa mtad mimo lo
notable diferencia an la babaza da tu*
labia* con osla nuava formula mgica do
Pond' "Lip."I
Nuestras felicitaciones para el
seora Mario Castrelln y se-
ora Raquel de Castrelln. por
el (elle arribo de un varon-
clto, ocurrido en la Clnica San
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor Olmedo Aguilar y
seora Julia Rebeca de Agullsr,
por el feliz arribo de una nil-
ta, ocurrido en la Clnica San
Pronta mejora le deseamos
al doctor Amadeo Vicente Mas-
tellarl, quien sufre quebrantos
de salud en el Hospital Oorgas.
Se encuentra recluido en la
Clnica San Fernando por mo-
tivos de salud, el seor Ral
de la Guardia Jr. Ojal mejore
Sigue guardando cama en su
residencia la nia Laura Er-
nestina Quintero. Le deseamos
pronta mejora.
Notamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seorita Luzmila
Oller. quien abandon el Hospi-
tal Santo Toms, en vas de
franca convalecencia.
Con una piata ser agasaja-
da hoy la nia Marltza Wong
Cnong con motivo de celebrar
su cumpleaos. A las muchas
felicitaciones que reciba, unimos
las nuestras.
Cumpleaos do hoy
Sra. Elvira Elena I. de Barrios
Sr. Juan Antonio 8usto
Nio Joaqun Mels ill
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Delia B de Martlnelll
Prof. Guillermo Mndez Perelra
HABANA, Junio 26 (UP)
"El Mundo" public en primera
pgina una Informacin de su
redactor Ramn Cotta, enviada
desde Argentina, en donde cita
la declaracin del Profesor Ro-
nald Richter en la cual afirma
que Argentina har pruebas c-
tmicas definitivas a principio;
de 1952, que Astas tendrn "re-
percusiones mundiales" y que
demostrarn la aplicacin "efi-
caz y sorprendente" de la entv-
?ia atmica como "elemento de
uersa para producir aluminio,
ocero y otros metales'.
Dice la informacin del pe-
riodista Cotta que "los experi-
mentos preliminares de Richter
estn llevndose a cabo con re-
sultados positivos".
La informacin est fechada
en San Carlos de Bariloche y
Cotta dice que ta sido el primer
periodista no argentino que ha
visitado la Isla Hue mal "en
donde estn produciendo reac-
ciones termo-nucleares bajo con
alciones reguladas, de acuerdo
con la escala tcnica".
Dice la Inform acin que
"Richter nos mostr las nue-
vas instalaciones en conslru:-
Ana Figueroa visitante lustre
cin en donde estar el gran
reactor atmico que estar e-
qulpado con modernos aparatos
cientficos fabricados en distin-
tas partes del mundo y tra-ios
a Argentina en el mayor secie-
to en aviones argentinos. Para
instalar el reactor termonuclear
.se han abierto hoyos de 18 me-
tros de dimetro y 20 de pro-
lundidad. El reactor, que s.r
colocado en la excavacin, am-
plificar los experimentos lleve-
dos a cabo".
Luego dice Cotta que la Isla
Uuemal est custodiada por
una guarplcln de tropas y uj
los soldados estn distribuidos
"estratgicamente". Agrega que
los barcos de la Armada Argen-
tina patrullan constantemente
las aguas de loa alrededores.
Cotta afirma que Richter ei
"enemigo de los polticos" y que
declar que "si quisiramos em-
pearnos en la poltica puui-
ramos hacer bombas atmicas
en lugar de dedicarnos a resol-
ver los problemas vitales pdia
ti mantenimiento de la pas La
energa Industrial del futuro **-
la energa fomentada por la
Investigacin argentina".
no debera preocuparle
Na hay qua paja* noche, oa vola, no M eaperimentan period*.
oofiMtiMO* y al Bb est libra d* detrdeaet en lo* caso* en qu*
tica* Vd. Potro* A.htoo A Partan* par Beb* mano. Lo*
attains d*a todos parte* del atoada boa comprobado qu* ertot
polvo* *oa ritadore* y rereacoata cotudo al babe e.t de mal
honor a cata da I dantda y, auto todo, toa ABSOLUTA-
Polvos Matricaria
cosas por
sn nombro!
ti piensa hacer pasta-
las, pida Polvo de
Hornear Royal t in-
sista en este nombre...
'porque el prestigio de
Royal se presta i mu-
chas imitaciones. Por
eso debe exigir Rpyal
en su tunoso boteci-
to rojo.
Entre las altas figuras feme-
ninas continentales, Ana Figue-
roa de Chile, destaca vigorosa-
mente la prestancia de su In-
telecto por la maravillosa cm-
fTensin con que nutre sus
uerzas para intervenir siempre
n las nobles causas humanas.
Considerada como una de las
ms grandes oradoras que re-
gistra la historia de su pas,
paralelo nico de la famosa
Cornelia Olivares, a quien Ber-
nardo O'Hlggins diera el titulo
de ciudadana benemrita de la
patria, Ana Figueroa trascien-
de en su palabra vibrante y
encendida, como un eco de la
conciencia universal, porque su
frase fluye potente, medulada
por amplia cultura.
Con verdadero orgullo de
mujer, pude escuchar al Presi-
dente del Senado, ex-Presidente
de Ohjle y grsn estadista ame-
ricano, don Arturo Alesandrl
Palma, referirse a ella, tras de
escuchar uno de sus clebres
discursos, "como l oradora de
ms brillante talento que ha
nacido en Chile".
Infatigable en la solucin de
problemas sociales, ha sido In-
signe trabajadora en la Fede-
racin Chilena de Instituciones
Femeninas y all ocupa por e-
leccln unnime, el puesto de
preldenta Ejecutiva Nacional.
Esta agrupacin aglutina a
lo ms representativo del ele-
mento femenino.
Su actuacin en 1948 fue de-
cisiva. En ese ao la mujer
chilena conquist la plenitud de
sus derechos polticos, cuando
por ley, el Senado le concedi
con el voto, el derecho pleno de
elegir y ser elegida.
En Ana Figueroa se cumple
fielmente la noble tradicin de
la mujer chilena, que ha sa-
bido llenar la historia de ese
hermoso pas, con pginas tan
heroicas y magnificas, que por
s solas dan fe del esforzado
temple de una nacin.
Es imponderable la labor que
desarrolla esta Importante mu-
jer en el campo social, cultural
y politico, dentro y fuera de
su pas. ,
Ella sabe que el pasado y el
presente de Chile estn nti-
mamente ligados a la vida la-
boriosa e intensamente efectiva
de sus mujeres.
Porque como Fresla, la Ilumi-
nada aborigen O Ins de Su-
rez, la abnegada espaola, Ana
Figueroa ha puesto su corazn
con amor y desinters al ser-
vicio de su pala y de la hu-
Y si aqullas echaron los ci-
mientos gloriosos de su nacin,
esta ayuda hoy a sostener las
columnas de la recia vida de su
Mujeres como Ana Figueroa
llevan a la conciencia de los
gobernantes, la realidad de que
la cruenta y difcil historia del
hombre, est frreamente uni-
da a la de l mujer y que sin
ayuda es intil aventurar na-
da, es imposible triunfar en las
grandes causas, dispersar las
sombras,' ganar la luz.
Elegida y nombrada por su
Gobierno como Ministro Pleni-
potenciario de Chile en las Na-
ciones Unidas, como delegado
permanente, asisti reciente-
mente a la Sptima Asamblea
de la Comisin Interamericana
de Mujeres que tuvo por sede
a Chile. All actu como presi-
denta de dicha Asamblea.
De paso por Panam, regresa
a los Estados Unidos, para se-
guir a Ginebra y a Parla a cum-
plir su cometido.
Con este aliado nombra-
miento, se brinda a su talen-
to la estrategia necesaria pa-
ra realizar sueos constantes
de noble construccin.
In ella tenemos laa muje-
res a una esforzada defensora
de nuestros derechos y a una
legitima representante de la ca-
pacidad que tiene la mujer de
nuestros das, para desempear-
se a satisfaccin, en puestos
de responsabilidad.
Por sus esfuerzos ampliamen-
te orientados y reconocidos, de-
be la mujer chilena del presen-
te y del futuro, parte preciosa
de sus definitivas conquistas
La Mesa Redonda Panameri-
cana de las Mujeres de Pana-
m agasajar a esta digna re-
presentante de las mujer de
ELDA DE ICAZA hace una Julia incomparable en la apa-
sionante serie de Mujeres entre Rejas: 'CRISTINA MEDEROS
ANTE L08 TRIBUNALES". Elda encarna el personaje difcil
de una mujer sin escrpulos, enamorada de un hombre por el
que lo arrostra todo.
Mujeres Entre Rejas es, sin duda alguna, el mejor progra-
ma dramtico de la radio nacional y surge todos los das a las
9 de la noche a travs de los micrfonos de la RED PANA-
1090 Kcs
i:3a El Hijo Perdida
Dramatizaclon, cortesa
de Avena Quaker
3:45 Conjunto Mayo
dirige Rene 8antos
4:00 Noticiero "Perelra"
4:10 Dedicatorias
:S0 Vibraciones del Aira
por Nacho vidas
S:15 La Cancionera
con Kerlma Galstlca
8:30 Suceso* de la Humanldai
Dramatizaclon RPA
45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
Flavlo Oarcia, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa ta
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Lucho Aacrraga
y Su rgano
Cort. Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 MI Marido. Dramatizaclon
Cortesa Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizaclon cortesa do
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vos Emocional de
Betty Williamson
8:00 Genoveva
dramatizaclon, cortesa do
Almacenes La Aurora
P.: 15 Intermedio de saln
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatizaclon. cortesa
de la Casa Angelini
9:15 Serenata de las Amrica
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Francia y su msica
10:15 Orandes artistas
10:S0 Variedad musical
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
SCUJ& tafos riquamof pudines qu ea
pueden preparar en un sanrrornn...
Sa los agrega locho,
,1 cocinen uno* 5 minutos, i Bao os todo I
Nueva York rinde
honores al Pdte.
Galo Plaza
NUEVA YORK, Junio 36 (UP)
El Presidente del Ecuador,
Lalo Plaza fu recibido en ate-
dio de una lluvia de confetti y
cerpen tinas-
Comentando lo que se ha
convertido en el tradicional sa-
ludo de la ciudad de Nueva
York lluvia de pedazos de pa-
pel Plata dijo que l slo ha-
ba visto dos durante su estan-
cia en Nueva York: "saludos" f.l
aviador Charles Lindbergh y a
la nadadora Gertrude Edcrle,
despus que cruz el Canal de lfi
El Presidente ecuatoriano co-
ment: "Es un modo excelente
de desperdiciar el papel".
Desde el Ayuntamiento, Plaza
y sus acompaantes regresaro-i
ul Hotel Waldorf Astoria, en
donde el Alcalde de Nueva York
ofreci un almuerzo en su honor.
En un discurso que pronuncio
despus del almuerzo, Plaza
ijo que el Hemisferio Occiden-
tal "deberla ser como uno es-
pecie de defensa. Interior si su-
cede lo peor en el mundo".
Agreg que en caso de emer-
gencia "yo no tendra proble-
mas con el pueblo o Congrcvj
del Ecuador, que estara a vues-
tro lado ayudando hasta el m-
ximo de nuestras capacidade".
Plaza dl las gracias a IsV-
pellltteri por el recibimiento
que se le tribut y obsequio al
Alcalde de Nueva York con un
libro sobre el Ecuador comen-
tando que "no hay grandea t-
dlflcios en Quito pero es u.a
ciudad tan Impotente como
Nueva York desde otro punto dt
vista". |
Cuando Iban enAin automvil
descubierto por Park Avenue
bajo un Intenso sol, el Alcalde
de Nueva York coment que ne-
cesitaba un sombrero. Plaza lo
sorprendi al obsequiarlo, des-
pus de entregarle el libro, con
un fino sombrero "no de Pana-
m sino Ecuatoriano".
La Universidad de
San Marcos inicia
certamen artstico
PARIS, Jurilo 2. (SE). De
acuerdo con laa disposiciones
adoptadas por l rectorado de
la Universidad de San Marcos,
se distribuirn anualmente 50.-
000 soles entre los pintores y
escultores peruanos. La suma
ser dividida por partes igua-
les entre la escultura y la pin-
tura. Los 23.000 soles corres-
pondientes a cada una de estas
dos ramas se dividirn en tres
premios de 15.000, 7.000 y 3.000
soles, que se adjudicarn & las
obras de mayor xito, con a-
He aqupor qnf es
supeiioi ::
fe*& ODO-RO-NO
I Detiene rpidamente, da
peligro, el .ador.
I Hace deuparecer inmedoii
mentt el olor del ni dor.
I L* <.fr*c* completa pro-
teccin de uno a tru dita.
5 No ancha ni dan* ta ropa,
6 Manca a* *ca ni a* pon*
areno**, ota* lo. dotado-
rante. ordlnarloe.
7 No e. grama*. *e de*
coaao "cold creato".
4 No Irrita la piel normal-
poede atarla a diarta.
Milionts de atajara* nata comewWma* la
Granos y Ulceraciones
primera aplicacin d* Nlxeetrm
__I*, meleament* emociona* da
la pial. Uee ata Bocha Nlxede..n y
notar* muy pronto qu. tu piel ta lim-
pia, telar* y auavii. Nixod.rm ta un
nuevo cubrimiento qua mat loa
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upclonee. Ud. ao pu*d librar** 4a
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rtmuir. loa fermenta qut * Kort-
*n lo* poro*. As putt,, adquiero,
I* au farmacutico Nlxaderm hoy
mliroo paro limpiar au* srtnot, tela-
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S:03 Almanaque de la
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayune
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8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
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8:3* Hablan los Astros
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8:45 Cantares de Mxico
8: M El Correo del Da
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:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del -Vals
11:15 La novela matinal
Marianela ,
dramatizaclon RPA
11:30 Cut*, su msica y saa
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del mundo
13:00 Serenata espaola
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton".
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y sn rgano
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:16 Roleros de moda
1:30 cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa da
El guila Imnerlal
2:43 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatizaclon, cortesa de
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez ,
3:15 Marianela
dramatizaclon RPA
rreglo al fallo de un jurad*
constituido por le Rector de' l
Universidad y los profesores da
artes plsticas del Instituto de
Arte, el Director de la Escuela
de Helias Artes y un delegado
re la Asociacin Nacional de
Escritores v Artistas del Per.
Las mujeres de Panama que
se honran con su visita, salu-
dan en Ana Figueroa a la mu-
jer de Chile y en su prestan-
cia intelectual saludan a Chi-
le, tierra en donde se unen y
concillan lo fino y lo fuerte;
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uva; el ensueo de pluma y
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Ni la* aunarlo* para una* mat
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Solo Catex, contiena "enima-
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12 palabras.
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palabra adicional.
Ara. Tivoli Na. 4
TJ. 2-tMl
A**. 4 d JaMa
Tel. I-MU
Avt. Malenon ll.tU
TaL aCol.
Calla U Oaata Na. H.
Calle "H" Na. SJ Panul*
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' Miscelneas
Bienes Races
SI VtNOIN:Clare*. tutria Baflra,
acaro accnoloao fl*-To l.-artn
eillorfct para calo roan rra'a-
ita. lavaaianM. airuiadoi. ale
' 1*4 precioi mil bjjoi M) alaia.
re. ileeonda uen Frene* Tel
J-ISCJ _____________________|
SF VENDE Un piono "Lester." Pre-
cio rarcnable. Calle "U". Cose No.
1. cuarto 15, Pone mi. *
CA. O LEFVRE Tel. 2-ilil
Pl inicial minile ..100.00
Mama I S. 15.00
e Lotes con Colles y Acueductov de
lo Ciudad desde B. 1.00 el metro
e Alquilemos equipo pesado pora
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilarnos lotes a lorgos plazos.
Club de lotes. B.3 00 y B 00
SE VENDE:Willyi 1947 camioneta.
Buenos condiciones. Derechos po-
godos. Via Espaa 58, Apto. B.
Tropicol Motors, Inc. Buen servicio,
mejores precios. Vistenos.
i" ySKDc:Cp'llodora alen-ano de
A cuchillas. 16 pulgadas, radiel y
C:n?c*ctoro. Atem'o Espinoso y Te-
rm Tci. 3-0119.
Sc VH.v r'.':Unos perritos de 6 se
I ~: kbc r> pura rara. Intcr-
i r; G-rcrdo Crogo Nc. 5.
Na n -- -o s..: cz:-o, lo coida del
a "e fia pro-!to v seq:ro con
*" 'i 0.i'ne> destruye la caspa.
(afea* ate* crecer el cabello. Qui-
ntt 'f vende en todos los buena-
0C*SICN! Esma'te anticorrosivo
co or gii espsciol poro estructuras
met/co*. terrestres y martimas
r-rd?s per la merina americana.
HrtO aaro api car directamente sin
ntr~*'':,ad de u'cr mino o pinturo
prinvrie, prec;o en lotes de galn
P "* rIC
V .~r.jivo y Te.eia Ca. Ltdj.
SE V'N'DE:I Guillotina la Impren-
te "ADVANCE" a palanca, tras
lit'js. corta 23 pulpada:, B.250.00.
I Fundidora de Estereotipia 11x18
pulirdoJ. ectlent- condicin, es-
pecial pare revistas, programo, etc.
B.200.00. 1 Meo de Imoo-iein d*
/cero, nueva 20x26 B.75.00. IM-
P-rNTA GOMEZ. Ave. Central 23.
Se vendr al mejor postor, el edifi-
cio' No. 708, ~alboo, adonde estuvo
el Registro de Vehculos. Se reclbirin
las propuestos en pliegos cerrados en
lo oficina del Superintendente de Al-
macenes. Balboa, hasta los 10 y 30
de la maana del 9 de Julio de 1951,
cuando se han de obrir en pblico.
S? pueden conseguir los formularios
para los propuestas, con los porme-
rore completos, en las oficinos del
Sjperintendente de Almacenes, Bal-
boa, v de los Administradores de Ca-
sos 'Housing Managers) en Balboa
Heights y en Cristbal.
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene pora la
venta Acciones de lo Cerveeerio.
SE VENDE:Buick Super Convertible
Dynoflow 1949. metor, llantas, pin-
tura, tapicera y capota en exce-
lentes condiciones. Precio de oca-
sin. Almacn La Mueca, Ave.
Cenlral 79-A.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento ndar
pendiente de 2 recamaros, situado
en Carrasquilla. Calle del Teatro
Edn 102-A.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento uno n
cimora. Calle 52 Noi '18. InforL
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE VENDE:Abarroteria. Precio gon-
go, por motivo do enfermedad. Ca-
lle 12 No. 16, San Francisco.
~ VENDE: Refresquera del Teatro
Tropical. Gran oportunidod. Facili-
dades de pago Pida informes en el
Restaurante del Hotel Internocio-
SE VENDE:Oldsmoble 1950 Club
Coupe, radio, llantos blancas, 15.-
000 millas. Slo B.2.400.00. Tel.
3-1043 Roberto, Calle Colombia
No. 6.
GANGA! Oldsmobile 1942 en muy
buenos condiciones B/.525.00.
Verio en Ave. Central No. I. Tel.
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos fres- ]
eos, omoblodcs. con aguo colient*. '
telefeno y balcn privado y servi-
cio completo de Hotei desde B.75.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
cuartos, Cosa 4059, Pueblo Nuevo
frente Transstmica B/.35.00. Lla-
me Tel. 2-1456. _________
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
fresco, servicios independientes,
patio, etc. Coso 92, Ave. Sptima
(Son Fronciscol por B/.50.00. Lio-
rna Tel. 2-1456. I
Artculo -E VENDE:Juego de recimora coo- ;
ba 5 piezos, radio Generol Electric
modelo meso. Pedro Miguel 185-C,
Tel. 5766 Pedro Miguel.
SE VENDE:Juego de bomb 7 pie-1
zos. Buen estado, barato. Calle 52
No. 8. Apto. 5. Cosa Pondo.
SE VENDE:Por motivo viaje, es-
tonte ropa, juego de sola, mesa
comedor, cama, peinadora. Ave.
Justo Arosemena No. 90.
SE VENDE:Gran oportunidod, no
la pierda. Chrysler Sedan de Cua-
tro puertas, modelo 1947 con de-
rechos pagos, en perfectas condi-
ciones mecinicas. Smoot y Pare-
des S. A.
SE ALQUILA:Residencia amuebla-
da, confortable, lugor atroyenle,
.cuatro servicios sanitarios, 2 go-
rages, jordn, cuorto empleada, etc.
Casa 114, Calle 11 Paitillo. Liorna
Tal. 2-1456.
SE VENDE: Comedor casi nuevo,
estante de cocba nuevo, estante y
cuna de baby. Baratsimo. Colla 52
No. 8, Apto 1.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora 7 pies,
venecionos. toldos pora porch, cu-
nos y otros artculos de casa. Cable
Heights 3002. Ancn.'
SE ALQUIL.:Loeol pora oticlno
arriba del 'eotro Centro'
SE ALQUILA: Propio pora oficina
en Avenido Cuba 14. Llame en el
dio 2-0825 y en la noche 3-1815,
Srta. Arios.
SE ALQUILAN:Locales para dep-
sitos de mercancas, tambin un
taller de herrera equipado, y, uir
toller de mecnica para automvi-
les. Tel. 2-0540. VILLANUEVA Y
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento amplio,
moderno de una recmoro. Garage.
Via Belisorio Porros 168. ____|
SE ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos'
modernos, de uno recimora en Co- |
lie Rchet No. 14, de dos recima-I
ras en Avenida Tivoli No. 18, Edi-,
ficio "Mutler." Llamar telfono
2-1032. Sr. Correros.____________ j
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento sala-
comedor, recamara, servicios inde-
pendiente, porch, patio, servicio
para empleadas, etc. Caso Villa
Carolyn, Vio Espoa por B/.45.00.
Llame Tal 2-1456.
Experto en eolococin de tejas, eli- j
mlnacin de goteros. Oficina Tel.,
3-3450. Residencia 3-1308.
t Otarlos
SE ALQUILACuarto amueblado,
soltero buenas costumbres. Col le
15 Este No. 15. Tel. 2-2109.
NECESITAMOS: Una Secretara
que sepa espaol e ingls. Dirigir-
se Avenida Central 39. Tel. 2-
3048. Ponama.
SE NECESITAN:3 olterrodoras de
buena presencia que hoblen ingls.
En la Cantina Panami Canal, Calle
' J No. 13.
neses. holandeses y noruego
pera acarrear petrleo destina-
do a mintos de distribucin en
"El tonelaje por lo que res-
pecta a buaues tanaues no es
bueno actualmente", dijo, "y el
cierre de los nozas iranios con
la consiguiente paralizacin de
la produccin de petrleo crudo
y refinado, significara una ag.ii-
da escasez. Adems, el Japn se-
ria seriamente afectado. Gran
parte del petrleo oue se con-
sume en el Japn procede de la
eona del golfo Prsico".
Magnuson dlio oue el nordes-
te de los Estadas Unidos sentira
la escase?, de buques tanques,
porque las naves oue actualmen-
te acarrean petrleo a lo largo
de la costa del Atlntico desde
los puertos del golfo de Mxico,
seran empleados 'en el trnsito
El Senador republicano Owen
Brewster. del Estado de Maine,
fuitlg a los britnicos v al De-
partamento de Estado nortea-
mericano, debido a la crisis ira-
"81 los britnicos se hubiesen
deiado llevar oor nosotros en el
Cercano Oriente v hubiesen ido
a medias en las ganancias con
el Irn, como hacemos nosotros
en la Arabia Saudita, no rns
enfrentaramos ahora a esta a-
menaza de racionamiento en el
orden domstico", dilo Brewster.
Agreg el Sanador alie los Es-
tados de la Nueva Inglaterra
tendran que contar grande-
mente con el rarbn como com-
bustible, en previsin de que
disminuyeran las entregas de
petrleo, si la situacin irania
en relacin con ste sigue em-
SE NECESITA:Seorito que sepa
retocar foto negativos. Dirjase al
aportado 1 191. Ancn. C. Z.
SE NECESITA:Calara de buena pre-
sencia. Cantina "Chico", Colla J
No. 15. snmi sueldo.
SE NECESITA:Modisto competente.
Colle Estudiante No. 110.
Presentan en la
que ser hospitalizados en el los-I
pital Oor|as. y se crea que ha-
ban sido envenenados con plo-
mo. Alian haba sentido los
mismos sntomas hace dos aos,
y desde su hospitalizacin ha
quedado parcialmente paraliti-
SE NECESITA:Fotgrafo, experien-
cia en cimora Tipo Prensa. Propa-
ganda. S. A. Calle 16 Este No. 2,
4-5 o.m.
SE NECESITAN:Jvenes de ambos
sexos con experiencia en ventas y
de bueno presencia. Americon Pro-
tection. Ave. Central 47, Apto. 23
I aitos Panami y Ave. Balboa y
r Calla 6 Areno de Coln, Coln.
SE NECESITA:Un saquero cortador
que los haga y una buena costure-
ra en Pocri de Aguadulce. Prefe-
rible panameos. Escriba Sastrera
Pocri de Aguadulce.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro dos
personas. DoTmir en empleo. Ave.
Per No. 23, Apto. 28. Escalero
del centro. '
75c por una
Todava puede Id. obtener
ana magnifica
Refrigeradora ADMIRAL
pagando slo /JC
Aproveche esta ooortanidad:
Central 223 < alldon.a
Tel. 2-lffl
SE NECESITA:Empleoda pora ofi-
cios domsticos. Colle Coln No. 9
altos, Panami.
SE NECESITA:Empleada competen-
te y honrada que duerma en el
trabajo. Sueldo B/. 15.00. Colle 46
No. 19. Apto. 3. Bello Vista.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleado de
buena presencio que hoble ingls
en la Joyera Nueva York en Ave.
Central 159. No se din informes
por telfono.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora lovor
y planchar l maquina de lavar) y
quehaceres de cosa. Debe dormir
en empleo. Colle 48, Casa 3, Bello
SE NECESITA:Una empleada en
Colle 2o. No. 5 bojos. Debo dor-
mir en el trabojo.
SE NECESITA: Empleada para el
servicio y pora lovor. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Calle Colombia No.
6. Tel. 3-3359.
SE NECESITA:Una sirvienta com.
ptente que duerma en caso. Muy
buen sueldo. Avenida Federico
Boyd No. 31 abaje.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera. Pensir
Julieta, Ro Abajo. Adjunto o lo
Bodega La Luz.
Eugenio Montes
Europa y Amrica.
Puede decirse sin exagerado
ditirambo que es uno de los
escritores ms distinguidos de
la actual generacin.
ltimamente ha visitado el
Brasil, el Per, el Ecuador y
Colombia. Se dirige desde Pa-
nam a los Estados Unidos.
De seguro la conferencia de
Eugenio Montes su "8ol y
Sombra de Espaa", mote con
perfume de clsica fiesta de
toros ha de ser admirable.
El Presidente de la Sociedad
Bolivariana. don los E. Lefev-
re, ha sido el invitante de Eu-
genio Montes para, que pro-
nuncie su conferencia, regalo a
la intelectualidad panamea. El
Embajador de Espaa. Sr. Con-
de de Rbago, acudi al aero-
puerto de Tocumen a recibirlo
ayer tarde y le acompa hasta
el Hotel "El Panam" donde sp
encuentra hospedado.
tiene los
mejores nronramas
ATENCIN! Resuelva sus proble-
mas espirituales escuchando EL
sbados a las 7:30 p.m. en tal
Rodioemisora "La Voz del Istmo ,
760 Ko.__________
A. Prez Venero
rector de Aeronutica Civil y
miembro de la Comisin Na-
cional de Aviacin, los comi-
sionados casi unnimemente se
manifestaron en contra de esa
candidatura por razones muy
especiales (vase las minutas
de la reunin!. Se present en-
tonces una nmina de cinco
individuos, quienes igualmente
que el Si. Gelabert estn am-
pliamente familiarizados con
los problemas de la aviacin y
que adems tienen ciertas cua-
lidades que la Comisin consl-
deraba esenciales para el me-
jor desempeo de se puesto.
Ud. manifest que consultara
esa nmina con el Excelentsi-
mo Sr. Presidente de la Rep-
blica y que nos Informara el
resultado de esa consulta en la
prxima reunin, la cual se ce-
lebrara aproximadamente tres
semanas ms tarde, pero que
no se tomara ninguna decisin
sobre ese nombramiento hasta
despus de esta reunin.
Mucha sorpresa me caus, Sr.
Ministro, la noticia aparecida
en la prense local de que ya
fue hecho el nombramiento del
Sr. Gelabert. En vista de esta
irregularidad y de que consi-
dero que este nombramiento
constituye una imposicin por
encima de las recomendaciones
de la Comisin, le presento mi
renuncia como miembro de la
Comisin. agradecindola la
confianza con que me ha dis-
tinguido, y desendole xito en
la solucin de loa complicados.
problemas de la Aviacin Na-
Para su consideracin le ad-
junto un memorndum que
contiene algunas ideas sobre
maneras de mejorar la aviacin
nacional y cumplo asi la asig-
nacin que se me dio'en la l-
tima reunin de la Comisin de
De Ud. muv atentamente.
A. Pre Venero.
El "Aviso Oportuno
"El Morcado Sn Isntol"
E* Barato y Efertim
SE NECESITA:Uno buena cocinero
y uno empleado pora lovor y plan-
char que duermo en lo coso. Caso
de Toms Ano?, Avenida Cubo y
Colla 32 Exposicin. I
solictelos en la agencia.
ca. cyrnos, S. A.
Tel. 2-17M PANAMA l'na cuadra del eraec Tivoli
-----------------% ----------------
De Venia en
Se declara da de
Bolvar en Urna
el 24 de Julio
LIMA, Junio 28 (UP). El
i Ministerio de Educacin Pbli-
ca estableci el 24 de Julio co-
I mo "Da de Bolivar" en el ca-
1 leudarlo escolar.
El decreto establece la inclu-
sin entre las efemrides como
"celebracin escolar obligato-
ria la del nacimiento del Li-
bertador Don Simn Bolvar",
teniendo en cuenta que el pro-
psito del Gobierno Peruano es
"infundir en el nimo de los
educandos el sentimiento. Je
veneracin y respeto por las
grandes figuras de nuestra in-
dependencia nacional, entre las
que figura en lugar culminante
la del Libertador Simn Boli-
var, de indiscutibles y consa-
grados mritos histricos".

A veces una
puede serle til si la tiene
mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
(en todos los tamaos)
Ricardo A. Mir,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
Calle 1 Erie No. 4 Tel. t-HM
. Felpa para techos
Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
da 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Por este medio se hace una
atenta cordial invitacin a
una reunin que se efectuara
a las 7 de la noche de hoy
Martes 26 de Junio, con el ob-
jeto de Intensificar la campa-
a en Pro-ule los Damnifica-
dos de El Salvador; a las per-
sonas siguientes:
Ol Gonzalo Garrido, Lie.
Humberto Rlcord, Moiss Torri-
Jos Herrera, Sub-Tenlente An-
tonio Surez, Lie. Digenes de
la Rosa, Lie. Mario J. de Obai-
oia, Capitn Luis H. Tapia.
ngel Santizo, Lie. Gllberco
Bosquez C, Antonio Alberto
Martinez, Directores de la Es-
cuela Repblica de El Salvador
No. 1 y 2 y su Personal Do-
cente. Miguel ngel Snchez,
Gerardo Santizo, Sub- Tenien-
te Bolvar Rodrguez, Felipe
Garcia Montoya, Sub-Tenlente
Araz. Mara del Carmen Nell.
Francisco Dltranl, Margarita
Lozano, Alejandro Duque, hijo
Seora Mara F. de Duque, To-
bas Plicet, Jos Tefilo Tu-
n, Pedro Aldrete Porras.
Fernando A. Martiz, Alfonso
Prez, Fernando Bradley, e In-
geniero Alfonso Lavergne, hijo
Chichi Ramirez, Rafael Ru-
glalnclch, Jacobo Gadaka Ma-
Esta reunin se efectuar en
el "Beer-Lounge" de la Cerve-
cera Balboa, planta situada
en Avenida Norte. No. 77.
Agradecindole de antemano
la atencin que esta se merez-
ca, me suscribo de usted su >
tenta y segura servidora,
Luisa B. de Kurliancich.
f / Gobierno de Cuba tomar accin,
contra el Diario Comunista "Hoy
ABANA, Junio 38 (UP) -
U Presidente Carlos Prio Soca-
rras prometi que el Consejo ce
Ministros tomar accin contra
el peridico "Hoy", el cual fu
devuelto la semana pasada a
manos comunistas por una de-
cisin de la Corte despus e
haber sido Intervenido desde el
24 de Agosto del ao pasado
El Gobierno secuestr el pe-
ridico alegando que "Voy" Iiu-
ba sido comprado por medio ds
contribuciones de los obraos
cubanos cuando la Federacin
Cubana de Trabajadores estaba
dominada por los comunistas.
Dijo el Gobierno que si los
comunistas han sido sacados da
a direccin de la Tederacin,
ei peridico no puede continuar
iendo un rgano comunista f
debe ser entregado a la actual
federacin Cubana de Trabaja-
dores, controlada por l Go-
Una Revisin de la Historia de Amrica
v por ^anliaao -Slnaiito
Serie de cuarteles
construirn en la
Guayana Britnica
Britnica. Junio 26 (UP). Es-
feras autorlzadts Informaron
que las autoridades se propo-
nen establecer tina serle de
cuarteles de polica a lo largo
de la frontera entre Brasil y
sta colonia debido a lo que ca-
lificaron de actividades comu-
nistas en sa zona.
Segn sas esferas, se tienen
noticias de que se est reali-
zando un contrabando fle dia-
mantes en la zona de Ireng.
Los informantes dijeron que
muchos de sos contrabandis-
tas eran "agentes comunistas'
que visitaban los campamentos
mineros y aprovechaban la oca-
sin para distribuir propagan-
da roja.
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Repasando 'los escasos textos
de Historia de Amrica que. co-
mo estudiantes de la materia
nos ha sido posible examinar.
y conscientes de nuestros ele-
mentales conocimientos sobre el
sentido y objeto histricos, nos
damos cuenta de que lo que ac-
tualmente estudiamos como His-
toria de Amrica son apenas mo-
nografas fragmentadas o aca-
so una compilacin de "Histo-
rias Patrias" que lejos de dar-
nos una visin clara de los he-
chos y sus proyecciones, nos
hunden en un mar de paneg-
ricos o de diatribas, en favor o
en contra de los "hroes" v ce-
idos maliciosamente a la sim-
pata o a la antipata de gru-
oos Interesados.
Abundan, pues, ms los apo-
logistas y los nanfletarlos que
los historiadores en materia tan
delicada, como lo es la Historia
de Amrica. Con cru desenfado
se habla del oscurantismo colo-
nial y con qu franco regocijo
se escribe sobre la edad heroica
de las guerras civiles que, dicho
sea de paso, retrasaron en si-
glos el progreso de Hispano-
Con frivolo entusiasmo se de-
baten hov los idelogos y los
malabaristas del pensamiento
americano para buscar las cau-
sas del atraso cultural v econ-
mico de los pueblos que se di-
cen latinoamericanos, y con ar-
gumentos tan espectaculares co-
mo vacios se lanzan sobre los
archivos de la Conouista y la
Colonizacin de Amrica. Los
ms osados hurgan en los mo-
numentos de los pueblos pre-
colombinos, sin lograr otra cosa
aue confundir el objeto de la
Historia con el objeto'de la So-
Pero lo ms alarmante no es
la escasez de los textos de las
monografas, sino la dudosa au-
tenticidad de las fuentes de los
materiales de estudio. Es muy
comn que algunos textos pre-
sentan como fuentes bibliogr-
ficas toda la literatura inglesa
o norteamericana Sobre la Con-
quista y la Colonizacin de His-
panoamrica, v todos los ensa-
yos, ms sentimentales aue ob-
jetivos, escritos por los apologis-
tas da la Independencia.
De esta manera las juventu-
des americanas, en el estudio del
pasado de sus pueblos, se satu-
ran de una Historia muv sin-
gular que. en vez de afirmarse
en las mentes adolescentes a
medida que se avanza en los es-
tudios, se diluye como una le-
yenda en el caso de su fanta-
sa: contribuyendo con esto, no
a la formacin de una concien-
cia cvica v americanista, sino
a la desintegracin de la con-
ciencia ciudadana incipiente.
Por tal razn no es extrao
encontrar a Jvenes estudiosos
que se pasan las horas especu-
Conversar bien no implica el
uso exclusivo de vocablos cultos
o rebuscados. Sin apelar a pa-
labras vulgares copiadas del vo-
cabulario arrabalero, la conver-
sacin debe desenvolverse en
trminos correctos, pero senci-
llos. Es necesario huir de toda
afectacin en el lenguaje. NI
recurrir a giros ridiculos ni em-
plear grandes palabras para ex-
presar cosas pequeas. La ele-
gancia consiste en emolear la
palabra conveniente en cada
Tambin la poca Impone al-
gunas normas en esta eleccin.
Hay modas hasta para conver-
sar. Cada siglo anorta nuevas
figuras de expresin v hunde
otras en el olvido. Resulta inca-
lificable el afn de algunas ni-
as modernas de "crear" pala-
bras raras, y de abusar de ex-
tranjerismos, con nfulas de pa-
sar por Intelectuales v cultas.
En la conversacin se destaca
el asunto importante con pocos
prembulos y se huye de circun-
loquios para no aburrir y soste-
ner asi activa la atencin d"l
que escucha. El relato minucio-
so y extenso de bagatelas lm-
oportunas al oyente. Asimismo
los asuntos desprovistos ae in-
ters general, concernientes ex-
clusivamente a la persona oue
habla, no son admisibles. Ha-
blar de si. de sus proyectos, de
sus dolencias, de sus aspiracio-
nes, de sus venturas y desven-
turas, resulta insoportable para
los otros.
Un grave defecto consiste en
hablar con frialdad v monoto-
na, con el deliberado propsito
de no alterar el conjunto estu-
diado frente al espejo. El exceso
opuesto, as ms lamentable to-
Muchas mujeres se creen in-
teresantes a fuerza de gestos v
de "moneras", mal en conso-
nancia con lo que estn dicien-
do: tambin tienen algunas la
costumbre por hacer reir a los
dems, burlarse e imitar a sus
amistades faltando asi. no slo
a la caridad cristiana v a las
reglas ms esenciales de buena
educacin, sino que semejante
imprudencia es definitiva para
luzgar la clase a que pertenece
dicha persona.
lando y aorando las grandezas
de reinos o Imperios Integrados
por otros pueblos, y al mismo
tiempo comentan con desilusin
la "pobreza" de nuestras tradi-
ciones, o bien observan con gla-
cial Indiferencia las raices da
nuestra cultura, en lo aue ella
tiene de fuerza histrica.
A todo esto ha venido a su-
marse un mtodo denominado
de los Estudios Sociales que pre-
tende desalojar de los progra-
mas secundarlos y universita-
rios a la ciencia geogrfica v a
la ciencia histrica, presentan-
do para reemplazarlas una ex-
traa combinacin de Sociolo-
ga. Economa. Historia Pinto-
resca v Geografa Descriptiva.
Este comentado mtodo, sobro
el cual volveremos en captulos
posteriores, (no es una ciencia)
siembra hoy la confusin en las
mentes Jvenes de tal manera
I que cuando hablan nunca se
1 sabe a qu se refieren propia-
: mente; nada saben de Historia,
ni de Geografa, ni de Sociolo-
; gia. Se dice que con este mto-
do los estudiosos comprendern.
i los problemas humanos def pre
. sent en funcin del pasado v
( adems, podrn vislumbrar el
I futuro. La experiencia nos dico
que si algo sabemos sobre el "de-
| venir histrico" es porque he-
mos estudiado Historia de.ma-
nera sistemtica y no nos he-
mos perdido en tan fciles com-
binaciones de materia.
El problema planteado pre-
senta interrogantes tanto en su
fundamento como en la didcti-
ca. En un esfuerzo por aclarcr
v encauzar el pensamiento v el
trabajo histricos de nueatroa
jvenes estudiosos, deseamos es-
tudiar y analizar de manera
fra hasta dar fin al trabajo que
nos proponemos realizar para
demostrar que es necesario una
revisin objetiva de la Historia
de Amrica, tanto en tu estruc-
tura como en sus mtodos da
Calendario de juegas de
la vuelta de clasificacin
del basket menor
Temporada da Campeonato
Secunda Divisin
' Circuito Masculino
Calendario de Juegos >
Madurlto vs. A. Barcelona
Ciela vs. Taboga.
C. Elefa vs. P. Lefev're.
Pepsl Cola vs. Madurito.
Fuerte 15 vs. Rebeldes.
Centenario vs. Barcelona.
Bam Jr. vs. Carlos Eleta
Eva Pern* vs. Orion.
Rodelag vs. Panamericana.
O. Sosa v. Elisa Barrera.
Pelimex v*. O. Sosa.
Taboga va. Rebeldes.
Bam Jr. vs. Pirque Lefevra,
Pepsi Cola vs. Centenario.
Rebeldes vs. Eva Pern.
Pelimex ve Elisa Barrera. ,.
O. Sosa vs. Ciela Gonzalez,
Madurito vs. Panamericana.
Rodelag vs. Parque Lefevre.
Orion va. Rebeldes.
E. Pern vs. Ciela Gonzlea,
Bam Jr. vs. Centenario.
Fuerte 15 vs. Eva. Pern.
Rodelag vs. Barcelona.
Taboga vs. E. Barrera.
C. Eleta vs. Panamericana.
NOTA: Los tres primero; equi-
pos de cada grupo, juagan una
serle en ti si por el Campeona-
to. EJ primer juego de cada fe-
cha comenzar a las 7 $n pun-
to de ia noche.
Haya es. un smbolo,
dice el N. Y. Times
NUEVA YORK. Junio 28 <
En su editorial "The New York
Times" escribe: "Parece que se
ha alcanzado la ltima etapa del
q*ue ha sido probablemente el
ms clebre caso en la historia
de Amrica Latina: el de Haya
de la Torre".
Despus de afirmar que Vctor
Ral Haya de la Torre "ha lle-
gado a ser un smbolo y una le-
yenda para Amrica Latina T
para muchos norteamericanos",
el peridico expresa que "Colom-
bia y el Per pueden estimar qua
la Corte de La Haya emiti un
Juicio lmparclal".
El gran d I a r 1 o neoyorquino
concluve: "El hecho de que la
Corte Internacional haya logra-
do con tanta ingeniosidad man-
tener eouillbrada la balanza en-
tre Per y Colombia podra en-
contrar la frmula satisfactoria
para los dos pases, una frmula
que salvaguardia el principio
vital del derecho de asilo cum-
pliendo la Justicia con equidad y

Se gestiona encuentro de un luchador
y un boxeador para el prximo Jueves
El Boxsc Amateur en su pro-
posito de aumentar o) entusaa-
mo por esta actividad est a-
freciendo atracciones adiciona-
les adems de los excelentes
programas que presenta todos
los Jueves e.i el jlmnaslo No-
cional, y para esta semana la
Comisin est arreglando un
ncuentro entre un Boxeador
y un luchador, para quo de-
muestren quin es mejor, cual
actividad resulta ms provecho-
sa, y cul es ms efectivo tan-
to en los ataques como tn la
Haca tiempo que se est co-
mentando sobra un encuentro
de esta naturaleza, y si las ges-
tiones bien encaminadas de los
seores comisionados resultan
satisfactorias, el jueves tendre-
mos en el Gimnasio un espec-
tculo sumamente Interesante
mxime que junto con el
programa de Boxeo Amateur,
darn por resultado una fun-
cin excelente, y que segura-
mente el pblico responder a-
stiendo a este acto deportivo.
El Seleccionado de Salvadoreo* rene a
destacados jugadores del ftbol C. Americano
Marcado entusiasmo se est
levantando por el partido ce
ftbol que sostendrn maana
en la noche en el cuadro de
Santa Rita, los equipos Selec-
cin de Salvadoreos y Anon
a beneficio de los Damnificados
del terremoto de El Salvador.
En este encuentro dar el sa-
que inicial el seor Ministro
ile El Salvador y el partido se
ha dedicado a la Colonia Sal-
Adems existe gran Inters
en los aficionados por ver la
actuacin de los Salvadoreos,
donde jugarn figuras destaca-
das del balompi centro ame-
ricano, y por otra parte al on-
ceno salvadoreo demostrar su
calidad y talla para alternar
con xito en nuestro ftbol, y
poder participar tn la prxima
serle capitalina.
Tratarn de alejarse del stano los '5'
que juegan hoy en la justa de Catedral
2 1.M0
t 1.099
Z 1 897
1 1 MI
1 t US
1 t SIS
i Ofl
t a
Estado de la Contienda
Basketball de Catedral
Den eca
ptica Sosa
TalLr Soma
De. Mueca
Dp. Morris
Bl Campeonato de Basket-
ball de la Liga de Catedral pro-
sigue esta noche en el Gimna-
sio del Marafin con los parti-
Maieca ts T. Morris
7:J6 p.m.
Mauricie ts Taller Soma
1:45 p.m.
Movidos e Interesantes pro-
meten resultar estos dos en-
cuentros, ya que en el primar
cotejo entre Mueca y Morris,
el ganador lograra puntuacin
v el perdedor quedar solo en
la retaguardia; y en el si-
guiente partido tanto los alma-
cenistas como los mecnicos
tratarn de acortar la ventaja
de los punteros con una victo-
Cumple aos hoy el
dep. Juan A. Ortiz
Hoy cumple anos el conocido
redactor deportivo de nuestra
localidad, don Juan A. Ortiz .,
conocido en el mundo del de-
porte como "Oauchlto".
Ortiz ha realizado una gran
labor deportiva, y actualmente
an el Semanario "Mundo Gr-
fico", est desarrollando Inten-
sa campaa en beneficio de los
campos de juegos para nios.
Al felicitar al buen amigo
Ortiz, hacemos votos porque
tenga muchos aciertos en el
Tres partidos de
atraccin se
ofrecen esta noche
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Estrdos de los Equipo-
G P Pts
Fuerza y Lus 9 Optlea Sosa 1 100C
Transtmlca 3 100C
Cicla Gomales I 1 661
Pelimex t 1 661
Dep. Peri 9 ooc
Rebeldes 2 ooc
Orion 0 1 ooc
Fuerte 11 9 3 ooc
C. Blata S t 1001
Centenaria t 1080
Pepsleola 2 1 661
Bam Jr. 1 1 50C
Parana Lefevre 1 1 50(
Barcelona 1 1 50(
Madurilo t O0(
Rodclag 2 00(
8. Panamericana t 2 OOC
Trotamundos De Harlem y All
Hoy En Coln y Se Despiden
Stars Juegan
De La Aficin
Madurito vs Barcelona
P. i La va C. Gonzlez
C. Blata VB P. Lefevre
En los dos encuentros pasa-
toria sobre al ptica Sosa por
40 a 39, y el quinteto Don e-
co tambin contina invicto
y de paso propin la primera
derrota al Surex por score de
SO a 41.
Hoy presentamos la personal
creacin del llorado "Torero de
Mxico", Alberto Balderas. Es
este el muletazo que por su
sabor a filigrana ha merecido
la ms clida acogida en los
mbitos taurinos y ha sido lla-
mada por la aficin como el
la lux pblica por primera vez,
ha tenido la acogida merecida,
y hasta se asegura que nadie,
despus de Balderas, ha inter-
pretado este muletazo con ms
sabor y donaire.
El pase en mencin no es de
Con tres juegos contina es-
ta noche en el Gimnasio Na-
cional, la justa menor Provin-
cial de Basketball.
Madurito vs Barcelona
En este choque tratarn los
muchacho, del Madurito de en-
dos," e" Jantze"mejor "su op-1 trar ne la columna de ganado- j "Personal' Recorte de 'Balderas."
clon en el comando a la vez que res> mientras que sus contra- Desde que ste pase sall .i
conserv su invicto con la vlc- rios lucharn por colocarse cer-
ca de los punteos de su grupo.
Fuerza y Lus vs
Ciela Gonzlez
Los punteros del grupo Grin-
go de la Guardia ponen en jue-
go su Invicto en este encuentro
teniendo como oponentes a los
muchachos del Cela Gonzlez,
que se esforzar por lograr el
triunfo y situarse en buena
Carlos Eleta va
Parque Lefevre
Tambin los punteros del
Grupo Che Villalobos, defien-
den su Invicto esta noche te-
niendo como contrarios a los
huespedes del Parque Lefevre.
Los del Eleta estn favoritos
para imponerse a sus contra-
rios, que esta noche salen en
pos de su segundo triunfo y
mejorar colocacin. El primer
juego es a las 6:45.
Soto y Cardales arbitros, Ve-
larde anota y Mena llevar el
Los pasadas encuentros de
esta contienda tuvieron los si-
guientes resultados:
Optlea Sosa 57 Fuerte 15, 21
C. Gonzlez 34 Orlen 30
Carlos Eleta 37 Sederos 31
Fuerza y Lus 41 Pelimex 37
Deportes a Granel
gran riesgo, paro tiene la parti-
cularidad de que es ayudado
con el estoque en la mano de-
recha cosa que le da realce y
vistosidad, haciendo de ste uno
de los predilectos que usara en
vida "El Torero de Mxico" pa-
ra rematar una faena.
Balderas muri trgicamente
en las hastas del toro "Cobije-
ro" el dia 29 de diciembre de
1940, y desde esa fecha muy
pocas veces se ha visto ejecu-
tar con la misma perfeccin
este pase.
Hoy celebra su cumpleaos el
joven Genaro Carrillo B. Le en-
viamos nuestras felicitaciones.
Chico Carrasquel
Otra Vez Ocupa El
Primer Lugar
CHICAGO, Junio 26 (UP).
BI venezolano Alfonso Carras-
Suel volvi a desplazar a Phil
Jarate de les Yanquis como el
candidato a torpedero del equi-
pe de lar Estrellas do la Liga
Americana al terminar los com-
petes ayer.
El torp'dero de les Medias
Blancas con 459.744 votes o
sean 21.651 ms que Rizsute.
Ferris Pain de los Atlticos
desplazo mientras tente a Ed-
die Robinson de les Medias
tencas del primer lugar entre
les candidatos a Inielalista del
equipo een 453.706 vetea
sean 21.796 ms que Koblnson
quien habia ocupado el primer
lugar desde que comenz la
votacin. El cubano Orestes
Mese a quien Faln ha des-
plazada como primer bateador
de la Liga continu ocupando
el segundo lugar come candi-
dato a jardinero izquierdo de)
a sipo 'JCH8 votes o sean 4>.
I menee que Ted Williams
de los Medias Rojas.
Al terminar los cmputos de
ayer el primer lugar en la se-
leccin del equipe de las Es-
trellas de ambas ligas lea ocu-
pan: En la Jga Americana,
inielalista Fain. intermedia
Nelson Fea, antesalista Vern
Stephens, torpedero Carrasquel
jardn derecho Billy Goodman,
jardinero central Dem DiMa-
gglo. Jardinero izquierdo Wi-
lliams y receptor Vori Berra.
En la Liga Nacional: inicia-
Mate Ralph Klner, intermedia
Jackie Robinson, antesalista
Bob Elliott, torpedero Alvln
Dark, Jardinero derecho Del
Ennis, Jardinero central Richie
Asbburn. jardinera izquierdo
Stan Mesial y receptor Rey
No finaliz el
juego inaugural
del fut de Coln
COLON, Junio 26 (Por Nando
Quintero)Soberbia resulto la
Inauguracln de la temporada de
ftbol de esta ciudad, acto e-
fectuado el domingo pasado con
la asistencia de numeroso pbli-
A las 3.15 se dl el saque ini-
cial para el primer laes entre
loa equipos de segunda catego-
ra Deportivo Centuria y Abel
Bravo, que fue un fcil triunfo
para el Centuria, que venci por
el score de 5 goles a 1.
El macht de la primera re-
sult un poco deslucido al fi-
nal debido a una descabellad*
decisin del arbitro que motiv
el retiro del equipo deportivo
Feris (Ex Boca Jr. Ex-Eme-
lec) cuando aun faltaban sie-
te minutos para terminar el
Los muchachos del deportivo
Feris demostraron gran acopla-
miento y en el primer tiempo
mediante buenas combinacio-
nes y rpidos ataques lograron
hacerse de dos tantos mientras
el Dosman se mantena en
Pero en el segundo tiempo
los muchachos del Dosman rs-
doblaron los esfuerzos y empa-
taron las acciones; cuando fal-
taban 7 minutos para finallzai
el partido hubo una fuerte en-
trada del Dosman por el lado
derecho, la bola vino al centro
y recogi Morales pero es'aba
en posicin "outside" y la dej
a su compaero Esteward que
estaba mas fuera de lugar que
Morales, son el silbato cuand<
la bola fue a dar a la red. y el
arbitro Hernnde? la tom pa-
ra colocarla en la linea de sa-
que del Feris. pero los jugado-
res del Dosman reclamaron y
el arbitro cambi la decisin
manifestando despus que era
goal, lo cual motiv el retiro
del Deportivo Feris finalizando
asi el juego.
Social Deportiva
SERAFN ivaldi
El entusiasta y destacado
deportista y columnista de bis-
bol de esta seccin deportiva
Serafn H. Ivaldi celebre hoy
su cumpleaos y a las numero-
sas felicitaciones que reciba, a-
grsgamos sincera y afectuosa-
mente las nuestras desendole
adems xitos en sus distintas
El Deportivo Alemn
nuevamente en 1er.
puesto del ful menor
Ftbol de Segunda' Categora
Provincia de Panam
G E P Pts.
Alemn ..........3 2 9-8
Ambato ......,...3 1 1 7
Santander .......2 2 9 6
Ascn Jr.........t 6 3 4
Hispano Jr.......1 2 2 i
Amrica .......... 1 1 2
Pacifico de 2a. ... 1 9 S t
II Deportivo Alemn volvi al
comando del Campeonato de
Ftbol de Segunda Categora de
la Liga Provincial de Panai.i
a la vez que conserv su lnvilo
al imponerse al Ancn Jr., por
3 tantos a 2. El partido entre
Amrica e Hispano Jr. final! r.
empatado a un tanto.
Ambos encuentros resultaron
movidos y satisfactorios, ya (jU'j
los cuatro equipos se empearon
uesde el comienzo al fin del pe
tldo en Inclinar la victoria a. su
Con Gran Entusiasmo Se Inici La
Liga De Ftbol De Vista Hermosa
El Ministro de Educacin In-
geniero Ricardo J. Bermdez 1-
naugur e] domingo pasado, la
Liga de ftbol de Vista Hennc-
>a, acto que revisti de grD
brillantez y al cual aslstieion
distinguidas personalidades de
nuestro mundo social y ue-
Una pertinaz lluvia quiso opo-
nerse a la inauguracin, piro
los dirigentes del club llevaron
k cabo todo el programa acorda
do hasta el final.
El juego de apertura corri a
cargo de los equipos Chesur-
fleld y Deportivo Vista Hermo-
sa, correspondiendo el trlunio a
los clgarrllleros por la anota-
cin de 4 goles a 0. La cancha
mojada y la brusquedad del Jue-
go en los finales hizo deslucir
el partido, a pesar de ello se .?-
glstraron incidentes dignos de
El Crdenas termin
con el invicto del
Operfen anoche
El equipo Sastrera Crdenas
termin anoche con el invicto
del Operten al imponerse en
un interesante encuentro por
anotacin de 46 a 38, en el par-
tido que sostuvieron en el Gim-
nasio Nacional en la continua-
cin del Campeonato Femenino
de Basketball de primera cate-
gora de la Liga Provincial de
La contienda prosigue esta
noche con el juego Daar vs
Malta Vigor pero este partido
se desarrollar en Coln, o sea
un lugar fuera de la jurisdic-
cin de la Liga Provincial.
tiene los
mejores programas
En el otro juego anunciado el
equipo Atltlco Chileno demos-
trando marcada superioridad
cerrot al Orion por 7 tan-
tos a l.
La nueva comisin
de boxeo profesional
nombra hoy directiva
Esta noche escoge su Direc-
tiva la Nueva Comisin de
Boxe oProfeslonal en la reunin
que se efectuar esta noche a
las 7:45 en el Saln de la Co-
misin en el Palacio Municipal.
Debido a la Importancia de
la sesin se pide puntual asis-
tencia a" los nuevos miembros,
asi como a los ex-mlembros, Ri-
cardo Galtn (Tesorero) y Gil-
berto Barra Secretarlo).
Para su publicacin hemos
recibido la siguiente carta:
Panam, Junio 25 de 1951
Seor Rdeme
Redactor Hpico
de El Panam Amrica.
Motiva esta carta mi ms
formal protesta por la forma se
estn desarrollando ciertas ca-
rreras tn Juan Fanco bajo las
propias barbas de los jueces y
sin una decisin drstica de su
parte. He observado que en
vsperas de un clsico varios de
los ejemplares no corren en Una
forma correcta esperando lle-
var un peso muy bajo en di-
chas pruebas.
Yo creo que los Comisarlos
debieran observar siempre a los
competidores futuros de un
Clsico y estaran de acuerdo
conmigo de la forma tan dis-
tinta como se desempean los
ejemplares. El caso ms recien-
te es el de Welsh Loch. Obsr-
vese que la semana pasada
qued Welsh Loch a gran dis-
tancia del ganador, que en a-
quella ocasin fue Phoebus
Apollo y esta vez gan al reve-
rendo galope, demostrando des-
de el comienzo mucho inters.
Casos como estos son numero-
sos y podra Ir enuncindolos,
pero le robara mucho espacio.
Por el bien de la hpica los
jueces debieran investigar to-
das estas carreras y cortar el
mal de una vez que va en per-
juicio de los apostadores y de
la Hpica en General.
Sin ms por el momento
un Servidor,
Luis Snchez.
Ferris Fain Ha
Superado a 0.
Mioso En Bate
CHICAGO, Junio 26 (UP)
El inielalista de los At c-
ticos Ferris Fain depi.io
al cubano Orestes Mioso
oomo primer bateador de
la Liga Americana al con-
tar basta ayer con un total
de I? ineogibler en 93 Jue-
gos y 229 veces al bate pa-
ra un promedio de .368.
Mioso tambin fu des-
plazado como primer ano-
tador de carreras en la Li-
ga, por Ted Williams quien
cuenta con 59.
El destacado jugador de
los Medias Blancas cuenta
con 57 carreras anotadas y
he bateado 74 incomibles en
208 veees al bato en 71 jua-
goe para un promedio de
En la Liga Nacional Stan
Musial aventaja como pri-
mer bateador con un pro-
medio de .361. Jackie Ro-
binson se encuentra en el
segundu puesto con .355.
Peritos on automotoras concurren
Se obtiene
ms kilometraje
por litro con
Comienza Maana
Torneo de Goft
Prof, de EE.UU.
OAKMONT, Penn., Junio 26
(UP). El srgentlno Roberto
de Vlcenzo y otros quince pro-
minentes jugadores, llegaron
aqu procedentes de Toledo,
Ohio, para Iniciar sus prcticas
en preparacin para el trigsi-
mo tercero torneo anual de la
Asociacin de Jugadores profe-
sionales de golf que comenzar
maflena Mircoles.
Se espera que unos 140 juga-
dores participen en el torneo
en el cual se distribuirn 45
mil dlares en premios. Los ju-
gadores participaron en las
prcticas en los terrenos del
Country club de Oakmont que
se extiende a lo largo de unos
! 6 900 metros.
El torneo propiamente dicho
comenzar el Viernes.
Delegado de la Federacin Na-
cional de Basketball, en el Co-
mit Nacional Olmpico y Vi-
ce-presidente de esta entidad
quien ha sido faetor principal
en la presentacin en Panam,
de les famosos conjuntos Es-
trellas Americanas y Trotamun-
dos de Harlem.
Las gestiones iniciadas en

En el 1er. lance
chocan Daar y
Malta Vigor
Los famosos conjuntos to
basketball "Trotamundos de *
Harlem" y "All Star" de los Es- "
lados Unidos ofrecen esta no-'
che en Coln su tercera pre*'.'
sentacln en el Istmo.
Con el Juego de exhibicin'
que presentan esta noche los
dos mencionados quintetos, as .
despiden de Panam para con-
tinuar su jira.
Los Trotamundos de Harlem,
y el All Star llegaron el domin-
go y debutaron ese mismo da '
en la noche en el Gimnasio, ,
Anoche dieron su segunda
exhibicin en el mismo lugar
en Jnego donde los Trotamun-
dos se impusieron al All Star-
por 65 a 58, resultando si en- ,
cuentro movido e interesante,
y demostrando nuevamente loa
Trotamundos el excelente do- -
minio sobre la bola y el cono-' >0
cimiento tcnica y experien-
cia en el basketball.
En el primer encuentro de
esta noche en La Arena de Co-
ln, se medirn los equipos fe-
meninos Daar de la ciudad
capital y Malta Vigor de la
ciudad atlntica, en Juego del ,,
Campeonato de la Liga Provin-
cial de Basketball de Panam, '
Dado Marino Se
Impuso Ayer a
Un Pgil Japons
TOKIO, Junio 26 (UP). El
campen mundial peso mosca
Dado Marino puso fuera de
combate anoche por nocaut
tcnico en el octavo asalto da
la pelea concertada a diez *
Buenos Aires, en ocasin de los, Hiroshi Horlguchi el ms des
Primeros Juegos Pan-America-
nos, por el Capitn Pesca, fue-
ren, pues, coronadas por
ms completo xito.
El Boston Enva
a Walt Dropo a
Las Menores
BOSTON, Junio 26 (UP). El
inielalista Walt Dropo "el re-
cluta del ao" en la Liga Ame-
ricana en i960, fu enviado por
los Medias Rojas al San Diego
de la Liga de la Costa del Pa-
cifico sujeto a ser llamado nue-
vamente a Boston a las 24 ho-
ras de plazo.
tacado peso gallo japons anta
25 mil fanticos.
Los deportistas
anroneros luchan
por su gimnasio
ANTON, Junio 28 (Correspon-
sal Chong) Los miembros del
Club Social y deportivo antoje-
ro, estn luchando por conse-
guir que la Administracin del
Gimnasio de Antn quede bajo
su responsabilidad.
Al efecto se ha nombrado li-
na comisin compuesta por L.->-
lito Patino, Abel Broce y Aloe-;
to Chong para que se apersonen,""
Dropo estaba bateando a un 1 Departamento de Educacin ..
Fsica con el fin de presentarlo
al Licenciado Manuel Roy. el"
pliego de aspiraciones mnimas1
de los deportistas antoneros con -
respecto a la Administracin ael "'t
coliseo deportivo de este pueblo.';
promedio de .251. mientras que
el ao pasado bateo a un pro-
medio de .322 y termin la
temporada empatado con Vern
Stephens en el llderato de ca-
rreras empujadas en
Americana con 144.
la Liga
tiene los
rneorPS nrpnr?m^S
El Sr. Enrique de la Terrieate, Jr.,
de lo Habana, Cube,
COnCUTTt: "Arronques
instantneas . verti-
ginosa aceleracin ...
esto es lo que me
fascino de la moto-
cicleta. Por eso insisto
en le* CHompion, ya
que son los bufias
me|ore y mas se-
guras que ne en-
contracta Adems,
los nuevas Cham-
pion prepo'cto-
non mayor

con un ingrediente especial que ayuda a conservar
el aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro,
Una substancia maravillosaelogiada por los mdicos-
refresca y suaviza e/ rosfro al afeitan*


. -

Predilectas del
mundo entero por ms de
un cuarto de siglo
He aqu un maravilloso des-
cubrimiento en cremas de afeitar que
le permite, mucho mejor que antes, afei-
tadas a ras de piel, ntidas y sin irritacin.
Es una frmula nueva en cremas da afeitar
que tiene por base una asombrosa substancia
llamada Extracto de Lanolina. El Extracto
de Lanolina es 25 vect ms concentrado que la
Lanolina que los mdicos recetan usualmente
psra la piel. Refresca la piel a la vez que usted
se afeita ... y ayuda a conservar el aspecto
sano y juvenil del rostro.
Jams crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acla-
mada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
listas de la piel que han probado la nueva
Williams alaben el que se hays agregado
Extracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema Williams
disfruta de esta substancia maravillosa. Y,
cuanto ms use Williams, ms se convencer
de lo benfica que es pare la piel.
Si uettd desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica crema de afeitar
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.


v ..;imi
La China Comunista secunda la oferta de paz
Dice que Estados Unidos debe
entrar inmediatamente en el
plan propuesto por el soviet
TOKIO, Junio 26 (UP>. La
China Comunista declar que
vv"secunda completamente" a
tlerla Rusa de cesar hostilida-
des en Corea, pero dijo que Es-
tados Unidos "debe entrar in-
mediatamente" en el plan de
negociaciones propuesto previa-
mente por la China y la Unin
Et editorial del "Diario Po-
pular" de' Pekin, al hacer stas
declaraciones, dice que si Esta-
dos Unidos "est dispuesto a
terminar la guerra debe entrar
inmediatamente en disposicio-
nes justas y razonables para la
solucin pacfica de la cuestin
Coreana repetidamente pro-
ftuestas por la Repblica Popu-
ar China, la Unin Sovitica
y otros pases que desean \e
Dice ue la alternativa sera
"prolongar la guerra" Que lle-
var a la victoria final de los
rojos Chinos y Nor-Coreanos
que se han reforzado para que
los comunistas puedan "supe-
rar" y "aniquilar" el Ejrcito
de las Naciones Unidas.
China, anteriormente, ha exi-
gido que se le entregue For-
mosa, se le conceda el ingre-
so en las Naciones Unidas y
se retiren las fuerzas de Corea
como condiciones para firmar
la paz.
Ei editorial no hace mencin
de las primeras dos peticiones
pero insiste en la retirada de
-----------------------1 ------------------- .
Si los iranios cierran los pozos de petrleo
escasear dicho combustible en los EE. UU.
Se cree que inmediatamente
ordenaran el racionamiento
de gasolina en toda la Unin
Negro es mi color" se estrena
maana simultneamente en los
Teatros Presidente y Variedades
WASHU:l>iO, junio 28 J
(ESP)Si la industria del pe-|
trleo de Irn, nacionalizada por
el gobierno, cierra sus puertas, |
la situacin por lo que toca a
dicho combustible en los Esta-
dos Unidos ser "dcsoladora",
declar recientemente la mayor
parte de los peritos del Congre-
El Senador Edwln C. Johnson, \
demcrata del Estado de Colo-
rado, presidente del Comit de
Comercio Interestatal del Sena- '
do, dijo que el racionamiento en
los Estados Unidos "vendra ca-
si Inmediatamente, porque ten-
dramos que abastecer al Reino
Unido, al continente europeo y
al Africa con petrleo que reci-
ben actualmente del golfo Prsi-
El Senador demcrata Warren
O. Magnuson. del Estado de
Washington, presidente del Sub-
comlt de la Marina Mercante
y de Pesqueras del Senado, di-
jo que los Estados Unidos ten-
dran que hacerse cargo de los
buques tanques britnicos, da-
iPasa a la F.*.t Col l>
* 1
^B* MM ... SmmI
Varios son los motivos que hacen de la extraordinaria pro-
duccin mexicana, "Negro es mi Color" que se estrenar desde el
jueves 28, simultneamente, en los Teatros Variedades y Presi-
dente, una pelcula de mritos v aciertos pocas veces encontrados
en pelculas de su categora. Comenzando por el conjunto este-
lar que tiene a su cargo los principales papeles interpretativos,
Marga Lpez, estrella dos veces premiada con el galardn ms
dldiclado en la cinematografa azteca, el "Ariel"; Roberto Ca-
edo, actor que cada dia va cobrando ms prestigio internacional;
Rita Montaner, la gran actriz cubana duea de grandes simpa-
tas en todo el continente; Manuel Linares Rlvas, actor de mri-
tos indiscutibles ganados a travs de actuaciones que perduran en
el recuerdo de los fanticos del buen cine y el debut en la panta-
lla mexicana de un nuevo galn, Miguel Torruco, a quien los cr-
ticos conceden grandes oportunidades para triunfar en un futuro
cercano. Adems, el tema que aborda "Negro es mi Color", es de
los que llegan a lo ms intimo de los espectadores, el problema
que en l se plantea es un problema internacional, es la eterna
lucha de razas y el dolor de los que han tenido la mala suerte de
nacer con el pecado de ser de la raza de color.
A todo esto hay que agregar las cuatro canciones que se es-
cuchan en el desarrollo de esta interesante cinta, canciones en
que se han volcado todo el sentimiento v las quejas de aquellos a
quien un gran sector de las sociedades modernas tratan como aje-
nos a todas las consideraciones, que en un mundo como en el ac-
tual, tienen derecho de disfrutar. _______________________
Amenazada y Sin Miedo
7< <-? r 7 i
Era blanca... Era bella... pero por sus venas corra sangre
de negros, y eso... era suficiente para no poder pasar
los linderos del mundo de los blancos!...
Sensacional ESTRENO!
Existencia aventurera de
una mujer cuyo destino
dictaba su ley al dar las
Un drama de amor exquisito, con'
mBlca maravillosa!... Basada en
la Opera inmortal de PUCCINI:
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Judy Holiday, | mejor actrii del ao!
--------------Exhibicin Especial!
En la historia de una mujer fra
y calculadora, cuya esplndida
hermosura ocultaba, como las
flores exticas, mortal veneno!...
temple de acero, que se ve atra-
pada en una solitaria hostera
por cuatro hombres desalma-
dos, en la gran pelcula de ac-
cin y suspenso: "DOS CON-
TRA EL DESTINO" (Rawhide),
que estrena el Jueves el Tea-
tro LUX.
Tyrone Power, el apuesto ga-
ln figura de co-estrella con
Susan Hayward, v en el drama
comienzan odindose y for-
mando una alianza a la fuerza,
contra el peligro comn, para
acabar amndose desesperada-
{Levantadas de Noche!
Ayude a sus Rones
A cuerpo humano m deehace del
xceeo de cidos y desperdicios vene-
nosos de la, aangre, por medio de loa
nueva millonea de diminuios tuboa o
filtros de loa Tiflones. 81 estoa veneno
de loa rlflooea o la vejiga lo hacen
eufrlr con levantada noctumaa. ner.
vlosldad, dolorea de piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolorea de iaa coyunturas,
srldes o ardor en loa conductos, de-
bido a la necesidad de eetlmulant
diurtico, pruebe Cystex.
Deshgase del cido dxlco y loa
venenoa con la receta mdica llamada
Cyetex, que ee un diurtico estimu-
lante de los rones y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejiga *
vfaa urinarias en estado de acides,
Cyetex satisfacer! a usted completa-
menta y aera la medicina que usted
oecealta. Pida Cyatex hoy mame
en tu far-
macia fa-
necesita. Pida Cyatex h
..Cyst ex
La historia de una pareja
de recin casados que re-
cibieron la vjsita de la
suegra... Y en su luna de
Y la revelacin cmica
del ao!
Pedre Armendriz, en
"LA LOCA de la CASA"
Nin Sevilla, en
Odio! Intrigas! Traiciones!
La historia de un hombre que dl su vida por entero a la
Una Drama de Intenso
- en -
B. 115.00 en Premios!
Adems: Ann Todd. en
"El Pecado de Madeleine"
M Monte* Jon Hall, en
"Las Mil y Una Noches"
Tin-Tan. en
Luis Aguilar. en
"El Seor Gobernador"
Manuel Medel, en
Leonora Amar, en
Da Popular 3 Pelculas!
"Dnde Estarn Nuestro
Hijos" "Sere* Fatales"
Todas las Estrellas del Cine Mexi-
cano en una pelcula inolvidable!
("antlnflas Tin-Tan Maria
Felix Arturo de Cordova, ea
"Canciones y Recuerdo"
Charlto Granad** GueUv*
Rojo, en
"El. Grito de. La Carnea
B.300.M para el Pblico!
Ademas: James Whitmor*. en
"La Vos que Escucharan"
Lana Turner, an
George Montgomery, en
"La Hija de La Forajida"
Clifton Webb, en
"Genio, Ultimo Modelo"
"NOCHE DE BANCO B. 125 00 "
Aedms: George Rail, en
James Stewart, en
"La Suerte Se Divierte"
Irma Torree, en
Rafael Baledn, en