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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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\N IOT)1!PEW)ET^FI^^AILT NEWSPAPER
jPanama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1951
FIVE CENTS
. (NEA Telephoto)
GIANT AFLOAT The blgwt and fastest liner the United States ever built, the 8.8. United
8tates takes to the water at Newport News, Va.. after being christened In drydock. The
vessel 'is 70 per cent completad and will cost $80,000,000 by the time It is finally finished.
As a troopship It would be able to carry 14,000 troops.
4%. ANNIVERSARY SCENE The flr'sE""Wrli\ f the Ko-
rea war found UN and Communist soldiers battling savage-
ly across Korea. Mute testimony to the fierce fighting is this
dead OI, his hand still clutching his loaded and cocked .45
and his bullet-pierced helmet lying by his side. (This Is an
exclusive photo by NEA-Acme 8taff Photographer Jim Heaiy.)
A NAVAL TASK UNIT, under the command of Lt. H. P.
Beebe, U8N, comprised of the US8 LST 1079, USS LST 1081
and LSM (R) 411 arrived "at Balboa yesterday and berthed at
Pier 2. Naval 8tatlon, Rodman. LST 1081 (landing ship tank)
Is pictured above carrying an L8U 971 (landing ship utility)
on her deck. The LSM (R> 411 (landing ship medium, roek-
et) has a displacement of 934 tons. The LSTs have a dis-
placement of 2,366 tons.
These ships have recently been removed from the "moth-
ball fleet" and reactivated on the West Coast. Upon arrival
in the Canal Zone they reported to Commander in Chief. At-
lantic Fleet and will be under the operational control of Com-
mander Amphibious Force, Atlantic.
Thev make the northbound transit at 7:00 am. tomorrow
and stand out from Cristobal for Puerto Rico to pick up cargo
and then proceed to Norfolk, Virginia.
(U. S. Nary Phot*)
* *
Destroyers Leave As LSTs Arrive
Three Naval vessels of the
landing-ship category berthed
In Balboa yesterday as the four
Ships of Destroyer Division 162
made ready for the northbound
transit they started early today.
The new arrivals are mem-
bers of a Naval Task Unit with
a total complement of 243 offi-
cers and men who will be given
shore-leave during the vessels'
two-day stop In Balboa.
The Naval Task Unit is com-
prised of the U8S LST 1079. USS
LST lOtl and LSM 411. It
Little League
Box Score
Prerioiuly reported. ..$1,375.64
Coipan Motors....... 25.M
Clay Protects...... 25.M
Standard OH Co. Collections......... *%M
Is berthed at Pier 2, Naval Sta-
tion, Rodman.
Upon departing Cristobal they
will proceed to Puerto Rico to
pick up cargo and then proceed
to Norfolk, Virginia.
Destroyer Division 182, com-
prised of the USS ZELLAR8.
USS MAS8EL. UUS FORREST
ROYAL and USS CHARLES 8
8PERRY. left Balboa today on
the last leg of their homeward
cruise to Norfolk.
Total........ .. .. .. IM1M
All Four Gates
At Madden Opened
All four of the drum gates at
Madden Dam were opened at
7: SO this morning.
The gates were dropped star
feet and permitted a s-\ of
20,000 cubic feet per second. The
spilling lowered the level of
Madden Lake two feet in 24
hours.
The Madden Dam drum gates
were last lowered May 14 foi
a 24-hour period
CZ Draft Board
Set To Move
Into Action
Although the actual date that
the Canal Zone's draft board will
begin induction depends upon a
presidential decree, the wheels
are already In motion, and no de-
lay Is expected.
"The Canal Zone Selective Ser-
vice Board may be used for the
classification and Induction of
eligible for this entire area, In-,
cludtng.Panama," prig. Gen. L.
r*BMrfD*fluty Director f
Selective Service told newsmen
yesterday.
This is the only service board
area, he explained, where the se-
lective service rule* do not apply
to aliens. Everywhere else, they
must register If residing within
the jurisdiction of a local board.
Here they are exempt. They may
volunteer for service, but would
be inducted for the Army at this
time. Anyone may volunteer for
any of the services between June
15 and July 15 If he has not yet
received his call for Induction.
Residence In the Canal Zone Is
the controlling factor now for
Americans between the agas of 18
and 26. Oen. Kenfrow however,
believes he can make his conten-
tion hold up that any American
of draft age who for any reason
whatsoever, business or pleasure
visits the Canal Zone, would be
liable to register with the local
draft board.
General Renfrow stated, "We
are here for the purpose of es-
tablishing In the Canal Zone a
Selective Service system exactly
like the system they have now In
all the 48 States. The purpose Is
to register, classify and Induct
those persons liable under the
law for military service, and in
such numbers as Is required by
the requests made by the Depart-
ment of Defense.
"One of the things that Is not
clearly understood by many peo-
ple, is that we have only the re-
sponsibility of registering an in-
dividual, classifying him accord-
ing to the information in his file,
and then ordering him up for
pre-lnductlon physical."
He said that two local boards.
(Continued on Page 6. CoL 8>
Ecuadorian Airline
Given Permit For
Route To U.S.
WASHINGTON. June 27
(USlSiThe United States has
issued a permit to an Ecua-
dorian airline for regular flights
between Ecuador and Miami,
Florida.
President Galo Plaza of Ecua-
dor was handed a copy of the
permit, issued by the U. 8. Civil
Aeronautics Board on June 22.
during his visit to Washington
last week. The permit was
granted in accordances with the
U. S. -Ecuador Bilateral Air
Transport Agreement. It was
issued to the airline Aerovas
Ecuatorianas.
The permit is the first granted
to an Ecuadorian airline for
scheduled services to the United
States. "The Issuance of this
permit In accordance with the
terms of the existing agree-
ment." a State Department
spokesman said, "is further evi-
dence of the desire of the Unit-
ed States to foster the develop-
ment of civil aviation In Latin
America in accordance with the
Bermuda principles of air trans-
portation'* .......
UN Source Says Ceasefire
Would Have 'No Strings'
CZ Retroactive Tax Issue
Decision Possible Today
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
The House Ways and Means
Committee plans to take up to-
day a bill to relieve U. S. work-
ers In the Canal Zone of the
retroactive Income tax payment
imposed on them In 1950.
The committee has tentative-
ly scheduled a meeting for ear-
ly afternoon at which members
hope to consider a measure In-
troduced by Rep. Daniel Reed,
Rep. N. Y., which would change
the date of the Imposition of the
tax payment on Zone workers
from January 1950 to January
1951.
Two or three other blls may
be brought Into the discussion.
One proposes October 1, 1950,
as the effective date.
Committee officers stressed
today there is no assurance
they would actually begin dis-
cussion of the matter this af-
ternoon, although it Is on the
committee calendar.
When the committee does
meet, It plans to take up as the
first piece of business a tax on
the Import of scrap metal which
Is considered an Important fac-
tor In the defense program. If
the discussion of the measure Is
finished In time, then the
next bill is the Panama mat-
ter, but the committee pan
change Its schedule.
Oste committee officer said he
thought the "chances are good"
of getting to the Panama bin
today but aald nobody could
guarantee It.
Canal Movies Bar
15 Students For
Disorderly Conduct
About 15 high school and
Junior college age young peo-
ple have been barred from at-
tendance at the Balboa Theater
because of continued disorderly
conduct.
The action was taken after
several complaints were receiv-
ed concerning the noise, de-
struction and generally unruly
conduct of these young people,
prevent other moviegoers from
enjoying the pictures.
Two of the offenders have
been barred from the theater
until Sept. 1. The remainder
may not enter the theater for
a period of 31 days.
The barred students Include
both boys and girls. They have
been warned that they are now
considered on probation and
that further disorderly conduct
In any clubhouse will result In
more drastic penalties.
FGE Lodge 14 Will
Hear Sen. Johnston
At Balboa Tonight
Members of Lodge 14, Amer-
ican Federation of Government
Employes are honoring Senator
Olln D. Johnston, Democrat
from South Carolina at a re-
ception tonight at the Balboa
Clubhouse.
Last week's regular monthly
meeting was postponed till to-
night at 8 p.m. to permit the
attendance of the Senator, who
is visiting the Canal Zone.
Senator Johnston Is chairman
of the Senate Post Office and
Civil Service Committee.
He will speak to the members
on the latest legislation, and
answer questions from the floor.
Stabbing Murder
Victim Found
On Atlantic Side
Ground maintenance work-
men elearin brash near the Na-
val Hospital on the Atlantic Side
stumbled on the body of a mur-
dered woman this morninr-
Canal Zone officials said the
bodr showed three stab wounds
in the abdomen and the vlettes
had apparently been dead three
or four days.
She was described as a brown
Vlnnrd woman of middle age.
There were nc Immedlntelv 6b-
serrable Identification marks,
but a complete autopsv will be
made as well as a check of fin-
rerprint* and other possible
X Identification. __
Walter Wagner, representing
the Canal Zone workers, was
cautious about forecasting what
action the committee might
take. He said it leemed widely
agreed among committee mem-
bers that something should be
done. But he acknowledged
there is some opposition, and
beyond that there is disagree-
ment as to what action to take.
He jfidicated he ho>d for a
quick and almost unanimous
action on the Reed bill but he
made no actual prediction.
One difficulty Is that Reed
Is a minority member and the
majority Democrats In such
cases usually like to write their
own bill, thus getting credit for
whatever action Is taken.
The possibility loomed that
the committee would adopt the
substance of the Reed. BUI, but
would rewrite It as "Committee
Bill," and thus claim It as a ma-
jority measure.
C.Z. Girl Flown
To Gorges; Doesn't
Know of Amputation
Forest Wise, the 11-year-old
American girl whose foot was
amputated Just above the ankle
Monday In Penonome was in
Gorgas Hospital today after an
SB-17 from Flight "B," 1st Air
Rescue Squadron, effected the
evacuation from Rio Hato to Al-
brook. Although her condition is
reported as "good." a Gorgas doc-
tor could not say how long she
would be confined there.
The child does not yet know
that her foot has been amputa-
ted.
This morning, upon notifica-
tion by Caribbean Command that
the child's condllton had wors-
ened. Flight B sent a helicopter,
piloted by Captain John F. Mil-
ler who was accompanied by Dr.
C. H. Lasley. Surgeon at Gorgas
Hospital, to Penonome.
Shortly after the Helicopter
(with a litter capsule) took off,
an SB-17 departed Albrook at
9:51 with the pilot. Capt. William
H. Faulds and an Air Force pho-
tographer aboard. The SB-17
flew a pattern over Penonome
while the helicopter landed In the
Plaza there, right opposite the
hospital. Then, at Rio Hato, the
patient was transferred to the
SB-17 which brought her, accom-
panied by her mother and the
Gorgas doctor to Albrook. The
plane landed at 12:25.
The Wise child had been se-
riously injured near Santa Clara
when she was riding on the front
fender of a utility station wagon
sideswlped by an oncoming car
on the National Highway near
the Rio Hato runway.
8he was rushed to the Penono-
me Hospital where Dr. Rafael Es-
tevez was flown In from Agua-
dulce to perform the operation.
British Units
Near Iran
On The Alert
LONDON, June 27 (UP) Bri-
tain has completed plans for the
evacuation of British nationals
from Iran, and alerted military
and naval units to rush Into the
Iranian oilfields if the Iranians
interfere with any such with-
drawal.
Iran Is speeding troops to Aba-
dan. The Iranian cabinet was
called Into session after Britain
dispatched the Royal Navy cruis-
er Mauritius to the big oil port.
The Mauritius arrived today.
Iranian sources insist there is
no threat to British life or pro-
perty the leaaon Britain gave
for sending the Marltlus to
Abadan.
British troops in the Suez Ca-
nal Zone have been alerted to
fly to Basra, in Iraq, 40 miles
west of Abadan.
The 18th Independent Para-
troop Brigade is standing by In
Cyprus. Two Royal Navy frigates
are patrolling the Persian Gulf.
In the oilfields all British
women and children, except
nurses, have been moved out to
safety.
About 61 tankers in and near
Abadan have been ordered to
leave Immediately, unloading
their oil cargoes if necessary.
Some 2,500 Britons remain in
the oilfields. They could all be
evacuated within 72 hours under
present plans.
In Teheran British ambassador
Sir Francis Shepherd said the
supply of aviation gasoline to the
Royal Air Force base at Basra
had been "prevented," he did not
know how or why.
Iranian government sources
said Iran would not consider It-
self responsible If the Abadan
refineries were shut down due
to a brawl over the signing of re-
ceipts stating the oil belongs to
the new Iranian National Oil
Company.
Already one oil installation has
shut down due to full tanks, and
no more storage space.
Pres. Arosemena
To Attend Ballet
President Alclblades Arose-
mena has announced that he
plans to attend Friday even-
ing's Ballet Russt performar/:e
starring the noted American
ballerina Nana Gollner.
Tickets are selling rapidly for
the first of the three perform-
ances sponsored by the Daniel
Music Society at the National
Theater. The performance is
announced for 8:15.
Paul Petroff. noted choreo-
grapher and dancer, heads the
Ballet Russe troupe of which
his wife, Nana Gollner, Is the
star.
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP) The United State
hopes within the next few hours to get some further light
on Russia's proposal for a ceasefire in Korea.
A well informed United Nations source said mean-
while that the proposal means that a ceasefire should be
negotiated between the North Korean and United Nations
field commanders.
The source added that there would be no political
strings attached.
The fighting would halt at the 38th parallel, and Com-
munist China would not take part in the preliminary bat-
tlefield negotiations.
Red China insists her troops in Korea are merely
volunteers.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son told the House Foreign Af-
fairs Committee today that the
State Department so far has no
further Information on the
ceasefire proposal broadcast Sa-
turday by Russia's United Na-
tions delegate Jacob A. Malik.
He reiterated that the United
States "is trying to find out by
the most direct means what the
Malik proposal means."
These direct means apparently
consist of straight questions in
Moscow by United States Am-
Reds Getting Set
For Further Attack
In North Korea
TOKYO, Jun.e 27 (UP> Com-
munist reslstence stiffened In
Korea today, and frontline offi-
cers predicted a new Red offen-
sive within two weeks.
The Chinese Reds poured men
and material into a new buildup
area north of the old Iron Tri-
angle for the sixth straight day.
"They can hit us anywhere, at
any time, In any strength," one
Allied officer on the central
front said.
The Reds seemed to be plan-
ing their new assault down the
Uljongbu corridor towards Seoul.
.The Chinese showed signs of
preparing to abandon the outer
defense line protecting their new
central Korean bastion of Kum-
song, and reconnaissance planes
reported the Reds to be moving
supplies back from the front line
into Kumsong itself.
Though Allied troops today
made up to three miles progress
against screening forces they
still do not threaten Kumsong
Itself.
Slightly to the west of this ad-
vance other battling United Na-
tions troops were trying to hold
a strategic hill that has changed
12 times In the past three days.
United States fighters and
fighter bombers supporting the
infantry sowed rockets and na-
palm bombs only 100 yards ahead
of the Allied line.
Elsewhere the 100-mile Korean
front appeared stalemated.
United States Air Force Shoot-
ing 8tars and Mustangs, and Ma-
rine Corps Corsairs, struck road
and rail bridges In another day's
air pounding of Red supply faci-
lities in North Korea.
bassador Alan G. Kirk, who saw
Russian Deputy Foreign Minis-
ter Andrei A. Oromyko today.
Kirk was the first foreign di-
plomat Gromyko received sines
flying back late yesterday from
the fruitless 14-week deputle
conference In Paris.
Kirk was with Gromyko 20
minutes, after which he hasten-
ed back to the embassy and
rushed a dispatch to Washing-
ton.
This afternoon the 18 nations
with fighting forcea In Korea,
are meeting to discuss the cease-
tire proposal, which they don't
quite know how to handle with-
out further Information.
All want peace, but are afraid
of being tricked.
They will probablv do little If
anything till United States and
British diplomats finish sound-
ing out the Communists on how,
they expect the war to end.
8outh Korea Itself, which op-
poses and any ceasefire at the
38th parallel, has not been in--
vlted to this afternoon's meet-
ing.
Meanwhile the Com m u n 1 s t
Peiping Radio, heard in Hone
Kong, reported that Chinese,
troops In Korea had cabled
Communist leader Mao Tse-tung
pledging an allout fight.
The message was for the 30th
(Continued on Page S. CoL 3)
6-Day Week For
Locks Division
To Start July 8
Beginning July 8 and con-
tinuing through the summer
vacation period when many
employes are on annual leave,
the operating personnel of the
Locks Division will be on a six-
day week, according to Informa-
tion from the Locks Division.
The Increase in working hours
has been adopted as a temporary
expediency necessitated by a
current shortage of operating
personnel. It was explained .
This will be the second time
this year that Locks operating;
forces have been placed tem-
porarily on a six-day work week.
Atlantic Locks was on a 24-hour
schedule and all Locks operating
forces were on a six-day weeic
during the period in which Ga-
tun Locks were overhauled In
January and February.
Two Ruthless Young Gunmen Face Death
For Repeated Raping Of Teen-Age Brid
By BRYCE BURKE
ARLINGTON, Va., June 27
(UP) Two ruthless young gun-
men kidnaped a teen-age bride
from her honeymoon bed early
today, raped her four times, and
might have shot her fatally if a
rifle had not Jammed.
The rapists were arrested bare-
ly two hours after they dragged
blonde, 19-year-old Mrs. James
Hotchklss from the side of her
Navy ensign husband. Police said
they had confessed. Maximum
penalty for rape In Virginia Is
death.
The girl, who was treated at
Arlington Hospital for shock and
bruises, the former Nancy Mc-
Coy, daughter of a prominent fa-
mily in Winnetka, 111., and a
student as Smith College until
her marriage eight days ago.
Her h u s d a n d Ens. James
Hotchklss. of Berwyn. 111., has
been serving as a naval Intellig-
ence officer at the Pentagon
Building since his graduation
from Darmouth last vear.
Ensi*n and Mrs. Hotchklss had
arrived here Sunday night after
a brief honeymoon trip to Flo
rlda. They moved Into a ground-
floor apartment in Colonial Vil-
lage, a big development which
houses many government em-
ployes from nearby Washington.
Police Identified the rapists as
John R. Polk, 19. of Arlington.
and William R. Payne. 26, of
Bethesda, Md. Both have police
records.
The first formal charges lodged
were filed In Arlington County
Court, which has Jurisdiction
over the Colonial Village area.
Great Falls, where the raplngs
took place, is In Fairfax Countv
Jurisdiction. Authorities said Polk
and Payne probable will be pro-
secuted in Fairfax County for
rape.
Police said Polk and Payne,
who had been drinking heavily,
decided som time after midnight
to go on a housebreaklng ven-
ture In Colonial Village. Their
original motive, according to
their confessions, was burglary.
The youth*, armed with a 22
rifle, broke through a window
screen to en'er the Hotchklss A-
partment, In which the bedroom
lights were burning. Most of the
development residents were as-
leep.
While one of the Intruders cov-
ered Hotchklss with the rifle, the
other dragged the bride through
the window and Into a motor car
parked nearby after delaying
only long enough to let her don
a negligee.
A neighbor aroused by the
commotion heard one of the kid-
napers tell her:
"Be quiet I'm a killer."
The naval officer, in a state of
near-hysteria, telephoned police
as soon as the gunmen left. He
then ran outside in his pajamas
In a futile attempt to pursue the
car on foot.
Police said the kidnapers drove
directly to Great Fails, Va.. a
popular picnic park, where each
raped the girl.
Payne and Polk discussed hold-
ing their victim for ransom, but
abandoned that Idea and began
driving back toward Arlington.
They stopped en route and each
assaulted the girl again. At one
point they disagreed whether she
should be allowed to put on the
negligee again with Polk dissent.)
lng. I
It was then, according to Po-1
lice Pvt. Thomas Tracy, that1
Polk aimed the rifle at Mrs.
Hotchklss and pulled the trigger.!
The weapon Jammed.
Payne, In his statement to
Commonwealth Attorney Den-
man Rucker, said he was fright-'
ened by the murder attempt and,
demanded that Polk promise not
to harm the girl further.
When Polk did not answer,
Payne said he got out of the car
and started walking.
He hitched a ride with Fairfax,
County Police Sgt. Harry Lyslng-,
er and told him what had hap-
pened. He apparently was afraid
of being Involved In a murder
case.
In the meantime. Polk had
driven the girl back to Arlington
and let her out of the car, about
a mile from Colonial Village.
She ran screaming to the near
est house which was the re-
sidence of Police Lt. W. Lynn
Smith.
Police found Polk cowering in
a closet In the basement of his
parents' horns. .
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27, 195]
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New Orleans Service
Arrive
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Frequent Freight Sailings (ram Cristobal to West Coast Central America
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Philip's ufe la rilled with bruises
Well-worn step and rug be uses
Repairs would leave his home like new.
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Shipping & Airline News
Rangltane Will Bring His
Majesty's 1st Bat. Military Band
Word has been received by E.
8. Baker, local Rent for Norton
Llllv and Co.. that the Rangltane
which Is due in Colon July 15.
will have aboard His Majesty's
1st Battalion Black Watch Mili-
tary Band Royal Highland Regi-
ment consisting of 46 men. They
have Just concluded a brilliant
Australian and New Zealand tour
and are returning to England.
Baker has conveyed this infor-
mation to the American Embas-
sy, the Governor of the Panama
Canal and the British Embassy,
and it Is believed that some ar-
rangements will be made for the
Band, which will remain only one
day. to give a musical concert in
Panama for the public. TJhelr di-
versified program Includes 12
Scdttlsh dances, four pipers
marches and other typical tunes.
Further announcements will be
made.
Colon Chamber of Commerce
Arranges San Bias Island Trip
Last week a group of 28 men
and women from Ft. Kobbe visit-
ed the San Bias Islands on a
combined plane and launch trip.
A similar tour is scheduled for
June 30 and July 1.
It has also been announced
that two week-end chartered
plane trips will be made to Da-
vid, motoring to Boquete and El
Volcan on July 7 and 8. Copa's
28 passenger CAA approved
planes will be used for these
trips and will be under the direc-
tion of Fred Busch. For further
information, the Colon Chamber
of Commerce may be contacted,
or call Cristobal 2315.
SS Cristobal Passenger List
The S.S. Cristobal Is scheduled
to sail for New York Saturday
with a load of 181 passengers, ac-
cording to the advance passenger
list from the Panama Line offi-
ces at Balboa Heights.
Among the passengers on this
ship will be United States Sena-
tor Olln D. Johnston. Lt. Colonel
Marvin L. Jacobs. Military As-
sistant to the Oovernor and
Leonard M. Brockman. Assistant
to the Personnel Director of The
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lv Cohen: Charlea D. Cox; Mr.
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Mrs. W. Houston Easlinger and
three children: Mrs. Elizabeths.
Fears and two children; Miss
Jean Fliegelman: Mrs. Helen L.
Flynn and daughter: Mr. and
Mrs James D. Fgate; Hugh F.
Oiblin; Mr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Oreene and daughter; Mr. and
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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27, 151
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE TWEE
Blonde Songstress Dope Addict
Tells Of Prostitution, Forgery
By J0HH A. GOLDSMITH
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP) A shapely, 21-year-
rid blonde finger told Seare crime investigators yester-
day she resorted to prostitution, forgery and confidence
games to get money for a drug habit acquired in high
school in Cincinnati, 0.
The attractive "thrill seeker" joined other drug ad-
dicts, including a former Brooklyn, N.Y., basketball star
and a surgeon, in giving a televised committee hearing the
bitter stories of their gradual enslavement to the drug
habit.
All said they would never have started taking drugs
if they had known the terrible consequences. The doctor
said "a person had better blow his brains out than start
narcotics."
The addicts all are undergoing cures at the U.S. pub-
lic health service hospital at Lexington, Ky. Identities were
net disclosed and only the doctor permitted his face to
be shown on television. Only the hands of the other wit-
nesses were televised.
The addicts Included a 17-year-
old New York Puerto Rlcan, who
aid he stole Irom his mother to
buy drugs, and an 18-year-old
Chicago Negro who said white
girls were driven Into prostitu-
tion with Negroes to get money
to satisfy their drug craving.
Public health officials and New
York and Chicago welfare work-
ers told the committee and TV
watchers that a "raging epide-
mic" of teen-age drug addiction
Is sweeping America's biggest ci-
ties and is spreading to younger
children. One said that even
nine-year-old were being urged
to smoke marijuana in New
York.
Some of the witnesses, includ-
ing addicts, urged high school
education programs to teach
youngsters the danger of suc-
cumbing to the thrill of "just
one" try at some seemingly harm-
less drug.
"Take the profit out of the drug
traffic," was the solution of the
basketball star.
Tbe young singer, her hair
swept up in curls on top of her
bead, calmly told tbe commit-
tee she started smoking mari-
juana at the age of IS in a high
schoi in Cincinnati, where sbe
spent most of her Ufe.
ahe said about a dozen of her
school friends also were smoking
'Meters," adding that she switch-
ed about a year later to heroin
and eventually was using 12 to
15 capsules a day.
Chairman Herbert R. O'Conor.
D Md.. asked her where she ob-
tained drugs.
"I commuted crimes, natural-
ly,'"'she said. "Prostitution, con-
lidence." She also said she forged
Checks.
She explained the "confidence"
game was merely making "a pro-
mise to a man in exchange for
money he gives you" then tak-
ing the money and not keeping
the promise.
"I have used knockout drops,"
ahe added, slipping them into a
drink in a quiet place "and he
sleeps for five hours."
"in the meantime..." O'Conor
prompted.
'im gone," she replied. She
adaed sne once got $1,600 by this
means, using the money to buy
drugs.
She told the committee she
"certainly" feels she is free from
the drug habit after treatment
at Lexington. Asked what it feels
like to be an addict without
drugs, she said it Involves "hot
ana cold sweats, cramps, twitch-
ing, diarrhea'' and other uncom-
fortable symptoms.
The one-time Brooklyn basket-
ball player said he too began by
smoking marijuana and turned
to stronger heroin addiction
while playing basketball on the
Catsklll Mountain "Borscht Cir-
cuit" from resort to resort.
He said it happened during a
summer vacation after he had
been offered an athletic scholar-
ship at a university. He realized
he had been "hooked" by the
drug habit when he quit basket-
ball, left school and robbed the
malls to buy heroin.
He was the one witness whs
did not think painting the hor-
rors of the drug habit to young-
sters would save them from the
habit. He said today's youths
are surrounded by "dangers
and horrors," such as the Ko-
rean war. and recommended:
"Take the profit out of drugs."
The round-faced, youthful 32-
jftar-old physician-surgeon, who
was once a medical school teach-
er, said his downfall was "deme-
rol." This is an opium derivative
similar to morphine used to elim-
inate pain and to a lesser degree
for sleeping.
Plagued by overwork and a leg
abscess, he said, he started with
an "occasional shot." to get some
sleep, and wound up by being a
full-fledged drug addict.
He said he has reached the
road back after two visits to the
federal hospital, a changed men-
tal attitude toward a cure and
work with "addicts anonymous''
patterned after the famed "al-
coholics anonymous."
"A.person had better blow his
brains out than start narcotics,"
he told the Senators and TV au-
dience, "because then you Just
destroy the body, not the soul."
Dr. Harris IsbeU, director of
research for tbe Lexington hos-
pital, said women who engage
in prostitution to get money for
drugs do it only for the money.
He said the "sex urge is great-
ly decreased" by use of narco-
tics.
Other highlights of the drama-
tic session:
Dr. Victor H. Vogel, director of
the government drug addict hos-
pital at Lexington, Ky.. said an
"epidemic" of teen-age addiction
is "raging" in the big cities,
chiefly New York. Chicago and
Washington. He recommended ed
ucatlonal programs, particularly
in high schools, to give youths the
full facts about narcotics and in-
dicated the teen-age "fad" may
have passed its peak.
New York City welfare worker
James R. Dumpson said a survey
of a three-block East Harlem a-
rea showed half the youths are
marijuana users and 9-year-old
children reportedly were ap-
proached by peddlers. He said
narcotics use by juveniles is on
the up-grade in New York, with
use of marijuana running from
"13 years and up and...steadily
lowering."
Dr. Lois Hlgglns, director of the
Chicago crime prevention bureau,
said the number of youths under
21 arrested in Chicago for narco-
tics law violations climbed from
136 In 1948 to 1,017 in 1950. with
989 arrested so far this year.
Chairman Herbert R. O'Con-
or, D., Md., said the committee
Is determined to find the ex-
tent of the traffie so legisla-
tion can be drafted to wipe it
ut. He said the habit is "con-
tagious," with every narcotics
User inducing five or more ad-
ditional users, "sometimes
members of hit own family."
Sen. Alexander Wiley. R.. Wls..
said the federal stovrenment
must help "dry up" the flow of
narcotics and other countries
must help. Vogel agreed the
source of narcotics la the first
place to strike. Federal Narco-
tics Commissioner Harry J. An-
sllnger has labelled Communist
China a chief source of the heavy
flow'of narcotics into the United
States.
The Chicago addict, a well-spo-
ken youth wearing glasses, said
use of narcotics is widespread a-
mong Chicago youth with no co-
lor Une among addicts.
"There is no segregation in the
use of dope." he said.
He told of white girls as
young as 15 loitering In Negro
neighborhoods, sometimes en-
gaging in prostitution with Ne-
groes to get money for narco-
tics.
He said drug addiction is so
Widespread in Chicago that one
South Side section Is known as
"Dopevllle." He estimated that
35 or 40 per cent of students In
the Chicago High School from
which he was graduated were us-
ing narcotics of some kind, usual-
ly marijuana.
The Negro youth said he be-
gan smoking marijuana at 14,
paying "50 cents a reefer (mari-
juana clgaret,)" and later switch-
ed to taking heroin through the
nose. Within a month he began
direct needle heroin injections
because it took less heroin.
He began taking one-third of
a heroin capsule at a time, and
within six weeks was taking four
capsules at a time. He said he
paid an average of $1.50 a cap-
sule and obtained the money by
"legitimate means" at first, later
by petty thefts.
He said he attended the Uni-
versity of Illinois three months
but dropped out because he was
spending all his money for nar-
cotics and had none for books
and living expenses.
"If I knew what I know now,
I'd never have done It." the
youth said In a calm, steady
?olee. "No one can actually
know what a dope habit is un-
til they've had one. When you
feel It, you know."
The young Puerto Rican. neat
In a double-breasted brown suit,
told in a steady, soft voice how
be started smoking marijuana at
13 and switched to "sniffing" he-
roin a year and a half later.
He said he was going to an a-
viation school, but qult'to take a
job as a clerk when his addiction*
became so bad he was spending
$10 a day for 25 heroin capsules.
Television watchers saw his
hands twist nervously as he said.
"Yeah. I took stuff from mv mo-
ther," In answer to a question by
Committee Counsel Richard O.
Moser.
Exploring Youngsters Die
Of Suffocation In Icebox
CHICKA8AW, Ala., June 27
(UP)Two small boys, filled with
the curiosity natural of their age,
climbed a tree to look at bird's
nest but then made the fateful
mistake of Investigating an un-
used refrigerator.
Their contorted little bodies
Group Meetings
A special Committee meeting of
the Mount Olvmpus Lodge No.
559 of Elks will be held at house
No. 14. 24th Street Este Bis to-
night at 7:45.
Matters of vital Importance
will be dlscused. All officer* and
members are urged to attend.
ISTHMI/NDATA
BIRTHS
HERBERT, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
of Chorrera, a daughter, June 21,
at Oorgas Hospital.
JOHNSON, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
tin W., of Silver City, a son, June
21, at Colon Hospital.
BARRETT, Mr. and Mrs. Tho-
mas of Red Tank, a son, June 22,
at Oorgas Hospital.
THOMPSON, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.,
of Pueblo Nuevo, a daughter, June
22, at Oorgas Hospital.
LEE, Sgt. and Mrs. J. B., of Fort
Clayton, a son, June 22, at Oor-
gas Hospital.
WORRELL, Mr. and Mrs. V. A.,
of Panam, a son, June 23, at Oor-
gas Hospital.
MONOE, Mr. and Mrs. Ins of
Panam, a son, June 24, at Oor-
gas Hospital.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
CAMPBELL, Ephraim, 41, of
Coroaal, to LUBIAN, Orfancil, 40,
of Panam.
CASTONQUAY, Alfred Robert.
26, of Fort Kobbe, formerly of
WatervUle, Maine to DOUGLASS,
Maude Clarice, 22, of WatervUle,
Maine.
MECE, Bonifacio, 43, of Pana-
m to GOMEZ, Maria. 38, of Pan-
am.
BUTTON, Arthur Eldon, 28, of
Cristobal, formerly of Greenville,
Illinois to CHAN, Betty Len, 25,
of Ancon.
CIRILO. Felipe, 26, of La Boca,
to FRANCIS, Wilhelmlna, 20, of
Panam.
BONER, Ernest Eugene, 22, of
Fort Davis, formerly of Terre
Haute, Ind. to LUNG, Lothlana
Jay, 29, of Colon.
FORRESTER, Lester, 47, of
Balboa, formerly of Levenworth,
Kansas, to FARLEY, Hilda, 47, of
Panam.
YATES, Ray Daniel. 25, of Fort
Kobbe, formerly of Chicago, 111.,
to UHQUILLA, Marta, 31, of Pan-
am.
VASQUEZ, Luis C. Cartes, 28,
of Fort Clayton to DIAZ, Sofia
Castillo, 22, of Panam.
LEWIN, Morton Herbert, of Ft.
Clayton to ALTMAN, Sylvia, 19,
of Panam.
DEATHS
REID, Oeorge, 57, of Panam,
June 23, at Gorgas Hospital.
MULLINS, George W, 62, Of
Cocoll, June 22, at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
SALMON, Mximo R.. 5 months,
of Colon, June 22, at Colon Hos-
pital.
were found in the death box to-
day.
Chubby, blonde Mickey Hanby,
6, and freckle-faced Frank Del-
cuze, 8, had been sought since
late yesterday when they failed
to come home for dinner in the
federal housing development
where they lived.
Two of the more than 200
searchers found them in the re-
frigerator in a vacant house not
far from their homes. The door
of the refrigerator was alar but
the deaths were ruled accidental
suffocation.
Police believed that other chil-
dren had first found the bodies
and fled In terror, leaving the
door loose.
Whether there might have been
time to revive the victims if their
playmates had spread the alarm
could not be determined. No oth-
er children who had been play-
ing around the house had been
found.
Despite the accidental death
verdict by the Mobile County cor-
oner, Police Chief Jim H. Mc-
Whirter of this shipbuilding cen-
ter near Mobile said he would
continue his Investigation.
He said fingerprints, badly
smeared, were found on the box
but it was Impossible to tell yet
if they were made by the victims,
by other children, or by adults.
Mickey and Frank found plenty
of room to climb into the eight-
cubic-foot refrigerator after an
adventurous day during which
thev had Investigated the bird's
nest.
They were last seen alive climb,
lng the tree.
The trays and shelves of the
refrigerator had been stored
while the house was unoccupied.
Once inside, the young Tom Saw-
yers apparently pulled the door
shut unwittingly.
"They found the smaller boy
sitting on the floor with his legs
doubled up under his chin." Chief
McWhlrter said. "The older one
was sitting beside him with his
legs doubled under him. They
apparently had not fought to get
out; they didn't realize they were
smothering."
Mobile County Coroner Tom
Henderson returned a verdict of
accidental suffocation after find-
ing no marks of violence or mo-
lestation on the bodies.
Alex Rotland, a civilian and M.
H. Maples, chief of the Mobile
housing police board department,
found the bodies.
Frank is survived by his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Delcuze
and a brother. Hugh. Jr. Mickey
had two older brothers, Bobby,
13, and Wayne, 15, and a sister,
Betty Jean, 18, as well as his par-
ents.
Delcuse is a seml-lnvalld World
War II veteran and Hanby a ship-
yard worker. Both families were
reported near collapse at the
news.
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Today's hand was played in a
recent team match, and the
slam In spades was bid at both
tables. However, it should be
stated one of the North players
did not consider his hand worth
an opening bid.
In both rooms the opening lead
was the ten of clubs, won in the
South hand. Each declarer drew
three rounds of trumps, and laid
down the ace of diamonds. Then
there was a big difference.
In the first room West played
the five of diamonds on the first
round of that suit and dropped
the Jack when dummy led the ace
of diamonds. Declarer decided to
ruff a diamond in the hope that
West had only the king left. If
that plan failed he could later
stake success on a heart finesse.
Since the diamonds actually fell
favorably, the first declarer made
all 13 tricks.
In the second room Vest drop-
ped the king of diamonds when
dummy led tne ace. This persuad-
ed the declarer at that table that
the two remaining diamonds
were held by East. In that case it
could do no good to ruff a dia-
mond. A better plan, he thought,
was to take a heart finesse and
to use the ace of clubs for a sec-
ond heart finesse.
Hence he abandoned the dia-
monds and finessed the ten of
hearts. West naturally won with
the Jack and returned a club.
Dummy won with the ace and re-
turned a heart so that South
could finesse the queen. This also
lost, and the slam was set.
What is the moral of our little
tale? It can be very simple or ve-
ry complicated.
In the average bridge game,
West should drop the king in this
situation when he wants declarer
to abandon the suit. Most declar-
ers will assume that the suit Is
split 4-2 rather than 3-3. It
should be noted, of course, that It
costs nothing to drop the king
when you also have the jack.
If South and West are both ex-
perts, there la no such thing as a
"correct" play. It Is merely a
guessing game.
Since there are very few all-
expert games, it's not a bad idea
to remember West's little strata-
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Ry DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Jane 27.-The case of Victor Raya de la Tor-
re. Peruvian political leader who hat been an "exile" in the Co-
lombian embassy at Lima. Peru, for two years, has already hit
the headlines, as a result of World Court hearings on hit status.
Rut he is due to make more headlines as the result of a plan
to whisk him out of Peru.
The World Court's final ruling on Haya struck most observers
as a masterpiece of legal double-talk and contradiction. The
court decided that Colombia was not obliged to turn the refugee
over to Peruvian authorities, as the latter had demanded, but
declared In almost the same breath that the "condition of asy-
lum" had been unnaturally prolonged and should end at once.
The Peruvian regime of "lawful dictator" Gen. Manuel Odria,
which claims Haya it a common criminal and should be sur-
rendered for trial, at once proposed a cynical solution. The Co-
lombians, said Peru, should shove their guest out the embassy
gate, now heavily patrolled by Lima cops, and thus comply with
both parts of the World Court ruling.
Naturally, Colombia is having
no part of that. Aside from the
fact that it would mean signing
Haya's death sentence for the
unsolved murder of a newspaper
publisher, five years ago. Issues
of Colombian prestige are now
too deeply involved.
So the Colombians have work-
ed out their own plan. The first
step was announced on June 16,
when Colombia formally propos-
ed to Peru the establishment of
a mixed, four-man commission,
to meet In Washington or Rio de
Janeiro and settle the problem.
Nobody really expects the two
countries to reach an agreement
through such consultation, so
the Colombians have prepared a
final bombshell. If the confer-
ence fails, Peru will be informed
that Colombia Intends to remove
Haya from Peru with or with-
out safe conduct. It is taken for
granted that this will force Peru
to break diplomatic relations, in
which case any vehicle leaving
the Colombian embassy and fly-
ing that country's flag must be
respected, during the number of
days set for diplomatic evacua-
tion.
Haya de la Torre would, of
course, be a passenger In one
such vehicle, which would make
the 450-mile run north across the
Ecuadorian border. Colombia has
already sounded out Ecuador pri-
vately on the matter of asylum,
and has received a favorable re-
ply.
Whatever happens, Haya and
the dispute which has grown up
around him are certain to create
even more fireworks. As one very
prominent Latln-Amrelcan Pres-
ident put It privately:
"Colombia Is now the knight In
shining armor, protecting the
maiden in distress from the wick-
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century. He has a total of 415
clocks, all ticking.
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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 17. 1*61
Maglie Shuts Out Dodgers 4-0 At Polo Grounds
by
JOE WILLIAMS
Speaking of basketball (horrid word) tbe resort hotels in the
Cattkills where the college goons used to play in the good old
Slimmer time are turning to other dlvertisements to entertain the
guests this season.
"We're going to give 'em wrestling,'' reporta Arthur Evans
fraaa his chalet in Loch Sheldrake, which will be remembered by
the fistic fancy as the training quarters of the late Marcel
Cezdan.
Mr. Evans seems to feel that in view of the low esteem In
w/ilch college basketball Is held at the moment the spurious la-
bors of the suety grapplers will be an improvement both from the
standpoint of culture and entertainment.
"We polled our regular guests in advance asking their pre-
tetence and the response was very much in favor of the wrest
lers," informs Mr. Evans, who confesses t'o some despair because
he himself is a basketball man.
There is further intelligence from Joseph Regelson, president
of the resort hotelmen's federation, enclosing letters from players
and coaches bitterly resenting the ban on college play Imposed
by the Eastern Athletic Conference.
It Is the judgment of Mr. Regelson that the taboo is no
more than a gesture by the colleges to indicate belated vigilance
and win back public confidence. . "They are making scape-
goats of us to cover up their own shortcomings. They are penal-
izing the playerstheir own studentsdepriving them of a
chance to earn a modest wage as waiters, bus boys, etc., in a va-
cation atmosphere simply because the commercialism which they
initiated has backfired and produced a national scandal."
'HEY STIGMATIZE THEIR OWN
A letter from one Ira Bronson who appears to be the coach
at Ursinus College, Collegevllle. Pa., to Mr. Regelson expresses re-
gret that because of the ban a star player whose name I make
out to b Bob Sweet will not be able to report.
"The boy is a Junior and participates In three other varsity
sports." Mr. Bronson wrote, "and has decided not to run the risk
of disqualification. This obviously is a highly unfair and im-
proper regulation in that it discriminates against the basketball
player" Apparently if the boy played summer basketball his
eligibility would not be affected.
Implicit in the ECAC restriction is the view that basketball
players belong to an inferior collegiate breed, deficient in will
power and character, easily susceptible to bribery and such being
the case they must be protected by official ukase. Thus the
colleges callously stigmatize their own.
Mr. Evans perceives a marked irony in the ECAC action___
"You will note the colleges have not barred play in Madison
Square Garden and similar commercial arenas where admissions
are charged and the schools play on a percentage basis. I won-
der if the attitude would have been different if we charged ad-
missions and the schooLs shared in the receipts?"
As a matter of fact, a number of colleges have, acting on
their own. withdrawn from commercial arenas, particularly from
Madison Square Garden, locale of all the fixed games which have
been brought to light up to nowand District Attorney Frank
Ii'-gan's office discloses there is still much unfinished business at
hand. At last count 18 players had been arrested and the con-
fessed bribe-taking approximated $62.00(1. This does not take into
account enormous sure thing gamblers took from the suckers.
THE INCONSISTENCY OF NYU
Three local colleges will continue to play In the Happy
Dumping Grounds, as the Garden is whimsically called these
days. New York University, St. John's and Manhattan. In a Joint
statement the presidents of the three colleges paternally explain-
ed they owe an obligation to students and alumni, hence their
preference for the commercial arena over the campus floor.
In contrast Columbia University, which presumably numbers
students and alumni as basketball addicts, confines its play
largely to the campus and has somehow managed to escape the
corruptive influence of the fixer, meanwhile turning out teams
ol championship1 caliber. Mr. Hogan has deplored the Garden as
"an unhealtlij atmosphere" for the college-game. And the more
evidence of evil he unecvers the deeper his conviction must go.
My attention has been called to the inconsistency of NYU's
attitude toward commercialism in athletics. Not too many years
back the university, led by Prof. Phil Badger, deflated football.
At that time NYU elevens under the direction of Chick Meehan,
ranked with the best in the country, played to packed stadiums
and no doubt operated at considerable profit.
Practically overnight the Badger group decided over-emphasis
had reached a point where the school v;as getting to be known
more for its football teams than Its classroom works. A modest
program was substituted and is still In effect. Whether the class-
room works are better known now is for others to say. But
I must agree that if big-time football was bad for the university,
big-time basketball by the same reasoning can't be altogether
good. Especially under the loose conditions which exist today.
MATCH PLAYChandler Harper defends the National PGA Championship ver the fimou Oak-
aiont, Pa., Country Club course la the 33rd tournament ending July 3. The shotmakeri must survive
14* traps before holing out ea the 473-yard, par 4 lit. (NEA>
LaMotta-MurphyBoutExpected
To Take In $200,000 Tonight
NEW YORK, June 27 (UP)
More than 30,090 fans are ex-
pected to turn out at Yankee Sta-
dium tonight to watch Jake La-
Motta slug it out with Irish Bob
Murphy.
A forecast of fair weather, plus
the heave-ho given to television
and radio broadcasters is expect-
ed to spur the take to the S20,-
080 mark. There'll be experimen-
tal theater television in eight ci-
ties out of New Yorkbut this
won't affect the New York gate.
Murphya 176-pound south-
paw from San Diego, California
is a slight (8-5) favorite over
the former middleweight champ.
The 28-year-old Murphy has S3
knockouts in his 63 pro bouts...
LaMottaa year older than Mur-
C" rhas scored 28 knockouts in
96 bouts, mostly against top-
flight opposition.
LaMotta will be making his
first start since February 14 when
he lost his crown to Ray Robin-
son. Victory for either man will
mean a crack at Light-Heavy
King Joey Maxim.
Win 'or lose,' LaMotta will
scoop up more gate gravy than
Murphy. The Bronx Bull will re-
ceive 30 per cent of the gate...
Murphy 22'i per cent.
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Panam, Navy Open
July 4th Basketball
Tournament Tonight
A strong Panam team will
meet the U. 8. Navy team in the
opening round of the July 4th
Basketball Tournament which
starts tonight (Wednesday; at
7:30 at the Balboa Gym. The
winner of tonight's game will
meet the U. S. Army team tomor-
row night in the second game of
tbe evening.
The first game on tomorrow
nights card will pit the Pacific
Basketball League All-Stars
against a potent team from the
U. S. Air Force.
Based on games of past years
the fans can expect to tee some
outstanding court play as the five
teams battle it out for the chance
to play In the championship game
on July 4th. The lineups for the
Panam and Navy teams have not
been dlsclosed'as yet but it is safe
to predict a fast game of ball will
result when the two teams take
the court tonight at 7:30.
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GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun Club held a
.22 pistol shoot Sunday, June 24.
Course of fire was 4 strings of
5 shots in 10 seconds This was a
tough course as the shooters do
not practice rapid fire. Irvln
Krapfl turned an excellent score
of 197 out of a possible 200 to take
the gold medal.
Capt. Gorder of the Albrook-
Curundu Gun Club who has
climbed up steadily from the
ranks t oa shooter to watch out
for turned in a score of 193 for
second place silver medal.
Fred Wells of Balboa Gun Club
was third with 189. Archie Turner
was fourth witn 186 and "Reen-
ter" Jake Bernson was fifth with
183. Most of the shooters reenter-
ed several times. Their high score
for the day is as follows:
Irvin Krapfl..........197
Capt Gorder........193
Fred Wells..........189
Archie Turner........186
Jake Bernson........183
Sturtevant Todd......182
Capt. D. L. Crumpacker.. 177
George Hall..........177
Sgt. M. T Wolchick .... 174
Otto Undo..........172
Lt. Haynes...........171
Col. Turton..........170
"Rifle" Jaffray......168
Sgt. Stringer........ 164
Lt. Underwood........163
Lew Ryan..........158
Sgt. Richer..........152
Cpl. Newton........147
Cpl. Duerr..........142
Announcement is being made
today by the Balboa YMCA of
an expanded aquatic program
starting on July 3rd and con-
tinuing through the summer
vacation period.
J. Howard Demarest, Director
of Physical Education, In re-
sponse to numerous requests
from parents, Is scheduling se-
mi-weekly classes for both girls
and boys on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 2 to 3:30 p. m.
These classes are for boys and
girls between the ages of 9 and
12. and special attention will be
given to any who are unable to
swim. Classes will be limited to
25 children.
In addition to the children's
classes, younger children will be
accepted for private lessons.
Hours for private pupils will
be by special arrangement with
the teacher. As a part of this
expanded aquatic service the
regular women's swim classes
on Tuesdays and Thursdays at
4:15 will give special attention
to women with little or no ex-
perience in swimming.
The YMCA Is especially for-
tunate in securing as swimming
instructor. Richard Elton, a
graduate of Balboa High School,
who has finished his third year
of pre-medlc at Amherst Col-
lege.
"Dick," as he is known to all
his friends, is a registered Red
Cross Water Safety director and
during the summer of 1950 was
Water Front director at Camp
Treasure-Lea, a private boy's
camp at Kingston, N. H. His
experience in teaching swim-
ming to children and adults am-
ply qualifies him to head up this
new phase of YMCA activity.
A special summer member-
ship at 82.00 is being offered
for those registering In the
children's classes. This will cover
a schedule of 18 class periods. A
dally admission ticket can be
obtained for 25 cents.
The YMCA pool Is also espe-
cially adapted for use of couples
or family groups. Modern locker
and shower rooms are available
for both met. and women. The
swimming pool Is also available
by special arrangement for
groups wishing to have a swim
arty In the evening. The pool.
iy permission of the Health
Department, may be open until
9 p. m.
Parent and other adults in-
terested in this new aquatic
service are asked to re | ter in
advance at the YMCA Infor-
mation Desk. If registrations
warrant additional classes will
be scheduled. This is an oppor-
tunity for good training and
wholesome recreation.
He Who Laughs
Last, Laughs
BestBassett
ST. LOUIS, June 27 (UP)
That adage"He who laughs
last, laughs best"was proved
again 'Monday night by a eou-
Ele of featherweights In St.
ouis.
Fighter Charley Riley won a
technical knockout over Percy
Bassett when Bassett failed to
answer the third round bell.
Says Bassett"I started to
laugh at Riley and when he hit
me I felt something snap...
then I couldn't close my
mouth."
Two ringside doctors later
said that Bassett's Jaw had
been broken by a right upper-
cot.
Preacher Roe Tagged For
First Loss; Yanks Lose
By United Pres,
NEW YORK, June 27 Sol Maglie gave indications
or being the first National League pitcher since 1939 to
win 25 games when he hurled the Giants to a 4-0 victory
over the league leading Dodgers in the Polo Grounds last
night. ,
Table Tennis
Elimination At
Paraso Gymnasium
The All-Isthmian table tennis
tournament got under way at the
Paraso gymnasium, before a
large crowd to see Hiram John-
son school lad of Paraso. George
Orannum. Fabian Valentine and
Frank Durham. The four players
completed their elimination set
and will be ready for the finals.
Opening was between Hiram
John and George Grannum in
which Grannum won the first
set and tiny Johnson taking
three straight score 21-19. 21-14,
21-15.21-16. 24-22 21-17. the loser
played a defensive game.
Grannum was pressed all the
way when Valentine played a
steady game to lose 21-19, 21-18,
21-17.21-17.
Johnson met Durham m which
Johnson smashed at will to show
fantastic plays over Durham
while the crowd laughed at the
affairs to win by a score of 21-9,
21-11, 21-16.
Grannum In four sets won over
Durham 21-15. 21-19, 21-19. and
21-14. In the final game Johnson
and Valentine played. Valentine
the under dog performance look
as if he would had defeated the
tlnv tot of Paraso and had the
home town wondering. Johnson
started to play a smashing game
at all angles to shake off Valen-
tine steady playing.
Hiram Johnson and George
Grannum will be to the finals at
the Pacific Club house.
The standing:
W L
Johnson........3 0
Grannum.......2 1
Durham.......1 2
Valentine.......o 3
American League
Tram
Chicago........ 2
New York...... 39
Boston......... 38
Cleveland...... S3
Detroit........ 30
Washington..... 25
Philadelphia .... 24
St. Louis........ 19
Won Lost Pet.
22
23
26
30
36
35
40
44
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62*
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.417
.375
.302
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Washington (N).
St. Louis at Cleveland (N).
Detroit at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Boston.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York............ 3
Washington.......... 7
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 5
Boston..............13
(Night Game)
Detroit.............. 3
Chicago.............11
National League
Teams
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn....... 40
New York...... 37
St. Louis........ 32
Cincinnati...... II
Philadelphia .. ..31
Boston......... 30
Chicago........ 27
Pittsburgh...... 24
23
30
21
32
13
33
32
38
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.552
.508
.492
484
.476
.458
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Little League
The Pacific side Little League
All-Stars, champions of the Ca-
nal Zone who will compete in the
United States during July-Au-
gust, held their first workout yes-
terday .afternoon at the Balboa
8tadium.
Coach Joe Cicero, ably assisted
by Bobby Ganss, Paul Mohl and
Bill McKeown, put the youngsters
TODAY'S GA'MF.S
Brooklyn at New York.
Boston at Philadelphia (N).
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N).
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Boston.............. 0
Philadelphia.. ...... 7
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ 4
Cleveland............ 6
Small Field To Take
Part In British Open
LONDON, June 27 (UP> The I
smallest field for 30 years will
contest the British Open Golf
Championship to be played overj
the Royal Portrush Golf Course!
from July 2 to Julv 6 and once i
again the trophy seems booked
for export.
Of the 813 golfers competing,
fully a quarter are from Ireland
which has few top class golfers
apart from Joe Carvand and Har-
ry Bradshaw.
The British brigade is not ex-
pected to match
the overseas contingent.
(Night Game)
Brooklyn............ 0
New York.......... 4
(Night Game)'
Pittsburgh............ 3
Cincinnati........... 2
(Night Game10 Innings)
Chicago.............. 7
St. Louis............ 5

big guns of

Army Sports
FORT KOBBE. C.Z. Basket-
ball championship of the Second
Battalion. 33rd Infantry, was
captured by Company "E," Mon-
day night, in a well fought battle
with Company "F." Score 43-34.
This last game, of a two-out-
of-three series, was a thriller
from beginning to end. With no
more than six points separating
the teams until the final minute
of play. So frequent were fouls,
that in one four-minute period,
the referee called nine.
The first quarter was only a
warm-up ending with a score of
8-6. Action began in the second,
and while Strange of Co. "F" was
"resting'' from a bad case of fouls,
Co. "E" gained a six-point lead,
ending the half with a score of
19-13.
During the third quarter. Co.
"F' 'tried to whittle "E's" lead
with a 10-polnt gain, but Co. "E"
was all over the court and earn-
ed eight points, closing the pe-
riod with a game score of 27-23.
Points were gained by both com-
panies In the fourth period, but
as the teams were very well
matched, the same ended 43-34;
In Company "E's" favor.
During the forthcoming U. S.
Army Caribbean (Panam Area)
basketball program for 1951,
Company "E" will represent the
Second Battalion, 33rd Infantry
In team playoffs with other Pan-
ama Area units.
Individual scores were:
COMPANY "E" Position Points
Cunningham .... F 20
Thompson...... F 6
Marion .1...... C 8
Keene......... O 1
Qulllen........ G 8
Total................ 4S'
Substitutes: Woodring, Alber-
son, and Gongaware.
This was his 12th victory of the
season against three defeats. It
was recalled that at this stage of
the race In 1939, the Cincinnati
Reds' Bucky Walters, who won 27
games that year, had a record of
ten wins and five losses and the
Reds' other star pitcher, Paul
Derringerwho finished with 25
triumphs that same yearhad a
9-3 record at the same tune.
Maglie sent the Dodgers' El-
win "Preacher" Roe down to
his first defeat of the season
after ten straight wins.
Whitey Lockman and Eddie
Stanky homered to provide Ma-
8 He with all the runs he needed.
tanky's homer was his ninth
more than he has hit In any oth-
er complete big league season.
The victory put the second
place Giants five games back of
the Brooklyns.
Elsewhere in the National Lea-
gue, the Cubs held back the third
place Cardinals with a 7-5 victo-
ry in ten innings in a St. Louis
night contest, the Phils blanked
the Braves 7-0 on Bubba Church's
five-hitter In a Philadelphia arc-
light game and the Pirates edged
the Reds 3-2 when Joe Adcock
dropped a ninth inning fly ball
in a Cincinnati night game.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The White Sox again took a
two-game lead by defeating the
Tigers 11-3 in a Chicago after-
dark contest while the Senators
upset the Yankees 7-3 in a Wash-
ington night game and the third
fiace Red Sox climbed to within
wo games of thea Ynkees with a
13-5 victory over the Athletics at
Boston.
The Indians topped the Browns
6-4 In eleven innings ,ln a Cleve-
land night game.
The White Sox made 14 hits
arid put on two big four-run In-
nings to subdue the Tigers who
also made 14 hits but got insig-
nificant results except on home
runs by George Kell and Vic
Wertz.
Cuban Orestes Mioso and Jim
Busby each made three hits for
the Chlsox as Luis Aloma pitch-
ed scoreless relief ball for four-
and-two-third* innings to gain
his second victory.
Cuban Conrado Marrero
tamed the Yankees by effici-
ently distributing eight bite to
win his seventh game and hjte
first over the Bronx Bomben '
this season.
Eddie Yost hit a double and
singled there times, driving; In
two runs and scoring two him-
self. The Senators went ahead
to stay with a three-run rally
that knocked out Ed Lopat In the
fourth when Mike McCormlck
doubled In two runs
Luke Easter's two-run homer
in the eleventh game the Indians
their triumph over the Browns
who have now lost seven straight.
However, they knocked out start-
er Bobby Feller on homers by
Sherman Lollar, Fred Marsh and
Ken Wood, leaving lt to Steva
Gromek to win in relief. The In-
dians' Al Rosen also homered.
Vern Stephens, who drove In
three runs with two homers, and
Ted Williams, who batted In four
with a triple and two singles, set
the pace as Mel Parnell won hit
ninth game for the Red Sox. Bob-
by Doerr and Clyde Vollmer also
homered.
|
through batting and fielding
drills-.
A total of 17 persons, 14 boys
and three adults, will compose
the C. Z. Little League delega-
tion to the United States tourna-
ment.
Louis (alls Off
Proposed Bout With
Germany's Champion
NEW YORK, June 27 (UP)A
proposed match between former
Heavyweight King Joe Louis and
the heavyweight champ of Ger-
many has been called off.
Louis' manager Marshall
Milessays Louis, wont fight
Heln Hen Hof f in Berlin this sum-
mer because of the recent Ray
Robinson rhubarb in Germany.
Robinson's bout with German
fighter Gerhard Hecht was re-
cently declared "no contest" by a
German fight board because of
an alleged kidney punch thrown
by Sugar Ray. Robinson had said
he'd advise Louis against fighting
In Germany.
The bout between Louis and tha
German heavy tentatively was set
for August 8. Louis had been ask-
ing for a 825,000 guarantee plus
expenses.
Miles says he's conferring with
the International Boxing Club
bossJim Norrisabout the pos-
sibility of lining up another.fight
for Louis before Louis meets
Champion Ezzard Charles in Sep-
tember. If the Louis-Charles tilt
comes off, it'll probably be held
In New York City.
COMPANY "F" Position Points
Collins
Sheffield. ..
Strange .. .,
Powell .. ..
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HONORED BY THE A.F.OX TONIGHT
Senator and Mr. OUn D. Jehjuten ef Seatk CereUaa aed
their guests, Mr. and Mm. Charften Hall. wUl ka the oasts
( honor at a buffet iinnlo be (tro* at >jh. this even-
ing at the Balboa Clabhouao by Lode* 14 of Tht Americaa
Federation of Government Entaleyee,
Reception Giren -
Las* Eveniat
The Governor of The Panama
Canal and Mrs. Francis K. New-
comer entertained at a reception
Sven at the Governor's residence
t evening in honor of Senator
and Mrs. Olln D. Johnston of
South Carolina, who arrived on
the Isthmus on Monday aboard
the 8.8. Cristobal for a short
Visit here.
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Invltetleau Issued
to Mcccpiien
Invitations have been Issued to
a recaption to be given by the
Commander-in-Chlef. Caribbean
Command, Lt. General William
H. H. Morris. Jr.. and Mrs. Mor-
ris and the officers and ladles of
the Headquarters. Caribbean
Command, at the Army and Na-
vy Club at Fort Amador on Sat-
urday. June 30. from 6 to 9 p.m.,
commemorating the Indepen-
dence of the united States of
America.
General and Mrs. Mortis
Entertain Visitor
The Commander-in-Chlef. Ca-
ribbean Command, Lt. General
William H. H. Morris. Jr.. and
Mrs. Morris, entertained with a
dinner last evening at the Al-
brook Officers' Club In honor of
Lt. Colonel Oscar Bolanos. the
minister of defense of El Salva-
dor. Covers were laid for 36.
Anniversary Party
at El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Perry of
Balboa celebrated their twenty-
fifth wedding anniversary with a
dinner party given for a group of
their friends at the Bella Vista
Roof of El Panama last evening.
Thorn tons Entertain
for Grefes and Darlings
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip 8. Thorn-
ton of the Hotel Tivoli entertain-
ed a group of their friends last
evening at a buffet dinner given
t their residence in farewell to
Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Darling
of Brazos Heights, who are leav-
ing son to make their home in
San Francisco. Calif., and for Mr.
and Mrs. Donald C. Grefe of La
Carrasquilla, who are leaving
soon on vacation.
Auxiliary Committee
to Meet Ton Is ht
Unit One of the Auxiliary of
the American Legion will hold an
executive meeting this evening at
7:30 at the new American Legion
Home, the former Pacific Salfflsh
Club at Fort Amador. Plans will
be made for the Open House next
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week. All officers, chairmen, and
delegates are urged to attend.
Mrs. Thornton ta
Study In New York
Mrs. Phillip 8. Thornton of the
Hotel Tivoli wUl sail on Saturday
aboard the S.S. Cristobal for New
Tork. She will spend the sum-
mer months at Woodstock. New
York, where she will study at the
Junior Art League Summer Art
School.
Morning Coffee
Mrs. W. Wilson Dillon was hos-
tess at a morning coffee given
today at her residence in Ancon
for a group of her friends.
Toosday Club
Met Yesterday
The Tuesday Luncheon Club
held Its monthly meeting yester-
day at the Fern Room of the Ho-
tel Tivoli. Mrs. Roy O. Currle
and Mrs. J. D. Logsden were the
hostesses.
Guests from the Atlantic Side
were Mrs. B. J. Frledrlch. Mrs.
Albert Ruoff. Mrs. W. J. Crone.
Mrs. F. H. Hodges. Mrs. J. J.
Bdge, Mrs. H. C. Anderson and
Jean Steavens.
Attending from the Pacific side
were Mrs. Ira Wright. Mrs. R. H.
Otten, Mrs. H. J. Qulnlan. Mrs.
H. Yard, and Mrs. W. C. Hearon.
Duplicate Bridge
Winners Named
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gettman
and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Norrts
tied for first place in the dupli-
cate contract bridge tournament
played at the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse on Monday evening.
Third place went to Mr. Tom
Orr and Mr. Robert Torres,
fourth place to Mrs. N. C. Ad-
ams and Mr. D. Jelllffe. Tied
for fifth place were Mrs. Betty
Brown and Mrs. 8. 8. Irwln with
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Robinson.
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NEW li ALAND PRODUCT
US Demands Czechoslovakia
Release Thunderjet Pilots
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
The United States sharply de-
manded again yesterday that
Communist Czechoslovakia re-
lease two Allied Jet pilots who
landed on Czech soil more than
two weeks ago.
The latest note did not men-
tion return of the two Thunder-
jets which were flown by 1st Lt.
Luther Roland of Hummelston,
Pa., and Norwegian 1st Lt. BJorn
Johansen. This was taken to
mean the United states has lit-
tle hope of recovering the planes
the first aircraft of this type
ever to fall Intact into Caecho-
slovakian hands.
The new American note was de-
livered to the Czech Foreign Min-
istry in Prague. It demanded "the
immediate release" of the pilots
who have not been allowed to
communicate with American of-
ficials since they disappeared
June 8.
The first demand was made
formally by the United States
June 17. The U. 8. note at that
time also asked return of the
planas.
The pilots "are still being held
incommunicado," the new note
said, "and efforts on the part of
the embassy to visit them and as-
certain their personal welfare
have been unavailing."
The note flatly rejected Czech-
oslovakia's contention that the
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planes and pilots must be held
pending an investigation to de-
cide whether the border viola-
tion was intentional. The planes
obviously had no intention of en-
tering Czechoslovakia, the note
said.
"The US. government does not
admit the right of Czechoslova-
kia to continue to detain the two
ellots of the Jet planes landing
ere unintentionally on June 8,
the Immediate release of whom is
again requested.'' lt said.
Czech complaints that Ameri-
can aircraft from the U. 8. tone
In Germany consistently violate
the Czech border also were re-
jected.
The United States countered
that Czech planes violate the bor-
der of the U. 8. one. Czechoslo-
vakia, the note raid, has not even
answered American protests over
these violations.
Answering a Clech complaint
that the two lets were armed, the
U.S. note said:
"Loaded guns are frequently
carried on U. S. military aircraft
on operational training flights
within the U. 8. one as Is com-
mon on air forces of all nations
when planes are over territory
within their own Jurisdiction.
"The key point In the matter
after all is that the planes were
lost and did not cross the Czech-
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FOR SALE
Automobilee
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Convertible,
' tires good, radio, 19.000 mi.
$1,300. Or best offer. Must sell.
Con be financed Easy and CHEAP.
Call Navy 2315.
^OR SALE:Used parts for 1938
Buick Specials. Tel. 83-4147, of-
fer 4 p.m.
;_F0R SALE:195! V-8 Ford Tudor
Sedon. Less thai 3.200 miles.
Qtrs. 201 1-D Curundu.
. .Better prices and good work at Tro-
pical Motors, Inc., Panam.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:5 piece mahogany bed-
room set, General Electric toble
model radio. Pedro Miguel 185-C,
Tel 5766 Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:7 cu. ft. refrigerator,
Venetian^, porch furniture, cribs.
Household article. 0302 Cable
Heights,-Ancon.
MISCELLANEOUS
0o yea have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Boa 2031 Ancon C. Z. .
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Swedish modern sofa
and chair, metol ironing board.
Kitchen ond nursery linoleum. Chi-
nese lamp. Ratton coffee table.
Potty choir. 1403-A Corr Street.
Balboa,
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet. 4-door
Sedon. perfect mechanirollf, very
,,'. cleon. $950. Ask Mr. Peterson Ho-
tel Tivoli.
FOR SALE:1949 Buick Super Con-
vertible Dynoflow. Motor, tires,
paint, upholstery, top in excellent
condition. Bargain. Almacn La
Mueca, No. 79-A Central Ave.,
Panami.
Trade 1950 Buick for older car al-
lowing $250.00 more than any
low price car dealer allows. 2104-
B. Curundu. Tel. 83--------6154.
FOR SALE:1949 CADILLAC CON-
VERTIBLE light blue. Perfect con-
dition. Leather upholttery. radio,
white side wall Nm. $2.950.00.
Easy payment. Will accept dsad
car. Saa it at Apnelas fan-Ame-
ricanos. S. A. Telfono 2-0826.
.Chrysler and Plymouth Deolcr.
FOR SALE-Over stuffed furniture,
soft, club-chair, wing-chair. Good
condition. $150.00. House 31, 5th
St.. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:11 aluminum Venetion
blinds. 9 cu. ft. Westinghouse, 3',fc
yeors old. Mahogany table, four
chairs. One B!ue Ridge dinner set.
5624-A Hecker Street. Diablo. Tel.
2-2709.
PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE:
Frigidaire refrigerator, 25 cycle.
$85 00, washing machine 25
cycle, $35.00. toble radio, $15.-
00. wicker couch matches Quar-
termaster furniture. $8.00. Phone
2-6320 1468-B Holden
LESSONS
Learn poise, grace, balance, self
confidence in ballroom dancing.
Leave name, address, at desk Bal-
boa YMCA or Box 106 Bolboa.
Harnett & Dunn.
Modern Piono Playing taught begin-
ners and advanced students, ra-
pidlv. Bennett's Studio, Tel. 2-
1282.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Console rodio-phono-
, graph, bamboo chairs, with cush-
ions, steel toble with four chairs,
office desk with swivel choir, small
desk, lamps, wicker chairs, etc.
805 Empire Street.
FOR SALE:Ice box. good condition,
holds 100 lbs. ice, $15.00. Boys
coot, new, color grey, size 12 Yrs.
Ladies wool coat, new, color cream,
siie 20. Phone 6-541.
FOR SALE:Hollywood bed inner-
spring mottress. House 1453-B.
Owen St., Balboa. Phone 2-3410.
FOR SALE:House with porch, liv-
ingrom,. on bedroom 12 extra
room*. 8,000 square meters of
lond with fruit trees. Madden rood,
Chilibre. Ask for Mrs. F. Meh-
ehum, mile No. 9.
FOR SALE:House at Santal Claro,
furnished, eelctric ice bo*, aos
range, garage, terms to responsible
party. Inspection any time. Phone
6-541.
Independence Day
Celebration Plans
Hove Toward Goal
Led by the Pacific Civic Coun-
', ell with a donation of $135 and
one of $100 from L. R. Sommer. a
group of businessmen, associa-
,," tlons and individuals have re-
sponded to the appeal from the
;, Pacific side Independence Day
Celebration Comm 111 e e and i
jreatly helped meet the necessa- |
rv expenses for this year's annl-
. versary celebration.
Committee Chairman John H.
"'."McNamara announced today that
the financial goal Is In sight and
.that with just a little more ef-
.....tort on the part of the public a
completely successful celebration
_,will be assured.
A most interesting program of
entertainment has been arraneed
for children of all ages; an ath-
letic program embracing events
" which will be underwav through
_ practically the entire day; pa-
EBptlc exercises and a massed
id concert in the afternoon:
at night, an unusual and
utlful display of fireworks.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerotor 25 cycle, all porcelain
box, electric woshing machine, 25
cycle, electric clock, and miscel-
laneous household items such as
lomps. stools, shelves, chairs, etc.
Also 35 mm Lelco enlarger. House
176 Gamboa. Telephone 6-180.
FOR SALE:One Coldspot refriger-
ator, 25 cycle. $55.00. 4 porch
blinds. $5.00 1447-C. Balboa.
Phone 2-6418.
FOR SALE:Two single nnersprinq
mattresses. $30.00 each, cost $58.
00 each, perfect condition, single
cotton mattress, new, with cover.
$800.00, single steel beds $5 00
each, round table, $5.00, beauti-
ful Chinese floo- lamp $7.00.
bargains. 720-B. Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Beautiful mohogony
furniture, bamboo choir, lamps.
8045 Apt. 3. 9th. St. Colon.
Position Offered
WANTED: Secretary stenographer
for Spanish ond English. Write Mr.
P. M. Box 134. Panama Republic
of Ponama. Both languoges indis-
pensable. Inform education, ex-
perience, words per minute, age.
references ond salary expected.
FOR SALE:16.20 korat unset em-
erald cut aquamarine, suitable for
ring. Will take substantial loss.
Must Sell. 2-3428 doily 5:00
7:00 p.m.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
STRUCTURE FOR SALE
For sale to the highest bidder, Build-
ing 708 (old License Bureau), Bal-
boa.. Sealed bids be received in the
office of the Superintendent of Store-
houses at Balboa until 10:30 a.m.,
July 9, 1951. when they will be
opened in public. Forms of proposal
with full particulars may be secured
in the offices of thi Superintendent
of Storehouses, Bolboa, and the Hous-
ing Manager at Balboa Heights,
RESORTS
FOR RENT:2 big cottages at Son-
to Cloro for the 4th. Tel. Schilling,
Bolboa 275.'.
oromliehs Santa Cloro beoch-
cottooet. Electric ica boxes, gos
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR SALE:AKC registered block
cocker puppies 5 weeks old. Quort-
ers 64-A, Albrook. Phone 2123.
FOR SALE:12.3 cu. ft. Deepfreeze
Bendix Gyromotic washer, 1950
Cadillac "62" Coupe de Ville
driven. Less than 4,000 miles. Call
Albrook 2288.
FOR SALE:Philco refrigerator. 60
cycle. About 2 years old. Cocoli
514-A.
FOR SALE:Singer Sewing ond ma-
chine. Baby Grand Piano, Under-
wood typewriter, youths bed, baby
stroller, baby crib. Tel. 916, Coln.
FOR SALE: Piano Accordion. 24
bass, with case, $50.00. Tel. Coco
Solo 8550.
FOR SALE: Upright second hond
pinos in very good condition,
$250 $300. Also Winter Spinet
almost new $550. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:Hollicrofter Rodio S-20-
R Sky Champion 25 or 60 cycle.
Extro large speaker, large mohb-
pony cabinet. Perfect shope. $75-
00. Coco Slito 84-D.
FOR SALE: 1-6 H. P. 60 cycle mo-
tor. $7.00; 12 inch, 60 cycle Elec.
Fan. $15.00; Magneto. 6 cylinder.
Eisemon $7.00; Baby Plov Pen,
$10.00; Childs Desk, $5.00; Un-
derwood Typewriter. Portoble. $30.
00: Comer Kodok Viqilont 620,
$15.00; Spot Liaht Automobile.
$10.00- Radio Transformer, 12
tube. -58.00; Tov Train Tranform-
e>, 25 cycle. 150 watt $5.00: En-
gine Generotor Set. D. C. 2000
wott $60 00. Smith & Weston 38
Cal Revolver masterpiece with
shells ond holster, $50 00; Field
Glasses, $30.00. Call Bolboa 3349.
WANTED
MiTfllaneou*
WANTED TO PLACE:Responsible
maid. Cooks ond cores for childien.
Available July 6. Coll Balboa
2321.
Helo Wanted
WANTED:Experienced cook. Cam-
po Alegre, corner of Ricardo Arias
and 51 Streets, oportment 3.
trlot
feu

The fireworks and athletic tro-
phies have already arrived on the
Qthmus and a special display of
the medals and trophies has been
wanejed at both the Balboa
tjlpbhouse and Commissary.
Che program of the day's actl-
Ses will be completed and pub-
ed within the next few days,
Chairman announced.
SfVhe latest additions to those
ewnrlbuting financially to the.
Sebrmtion include: $25.00 '
ptndard Oil i Canal Zone) Com-
oy; Colpan Motors. Inc.. Pana-
aCanal Zone Lodge 1414 BPOE;
nelas Globales S.A.: and Lo-
2900. Government and Civil
ployes' Organizing Committee.
mo.
$15.00 H I. Homa Co.; Boyd
Bros.; and $13.00 from the All
American Cable and Radio Com-
pany.
$10.00 Balboa Gun Club; Sil-
ver Employes Death Benefit As-
sociation; American Federation
of Government Employes No. 14;
and $10.20 from the civil Aero-
nautics Administration, Radio
Station WHZ.
-6.00Panama Canal West In-
dian Employes' Association: Ca-
MmIIc Daughters of America: E.
...Baker; and $3.00 from Brenda
arnthouse.
Girl Scouts Leave
For Puerto Rico,
Washington Camps
Jean Baron, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Baron of Curun-
du. sailed early this week on a
Navy transport to attend the girl
scout 1951 World Camp to be held
at the Wind Mountain Girl Scout
Camp In the State of Washing-
ton. Miss Baron will be met in
California by her former Curun-
du Girl Scout Leader Mrs. Ed-
ward A. Zimmerman, who will
acompany Joan to camp.
The Canal Zone's second repre-
sentative. Katherlne Argo. will
loin Joan Baron at the World
Camp. Miss Argo sailed earlier
with her family. Mr. and Mrs.
Emmett Argo of Gatun.
Betty Tarr. the only Canal
Zone representative to the West-
ern Hemisphere Camp In Puerto
Rico sailed yesterday. Miss Tarr
Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Tarr of New Cristobal.
All of the seniors attending In-
ternational camps this summer
were trained In world citizenship
and camping by Mary L. Patton.
Girl Scout director. These Ca-
nal Zone girls are prepared to as-
sume responsibility for leading
camp singing, teaching folk
dancing demonstrating local
crafts, cooking local food out-of-
doors and generally contributing
as much as possible to the Inter-
national camp pro grams of
which they will be part.
They have taken material with
them for exhibits on life in the
Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama so that other eirls at-
tending mav become better ac-
quainted to our way o life here
WANTED TO RENT:Modern cho-
let. furnished or not furnished in
exclusive residentiol district, con-
taining 3 to 4 bedrooms; 2 main
bathrooms; living ond dininrra;m;
kitrhen. maid's and laundry quar-
ters; garage with orooer lown
space. Call Panamo 2-3036 dur-
inq office hours.
FOR RENT:Vacation cottage in El
Volcn, will occommodote 6, gas
for cooking, fire plbce. Rent by
waek or month or lease. Cristobal
3-2324. .
Williams Sonta Claro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gos ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillies. Beoch cottages. Sonto Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Modern three bedroom
Cholet of Golf Heights, completely
equipped for two months, tele-
phone >-0533 or 3-2694, Mr.
Abod.
FOR RENT:Furnished and comfort-
able house. Attractive place. Four
bathrooms, two garages, garden,
mold's room, etc. House 114, 11 th
Street Poitilla. Coll Tel. 2-1456.
FOR RENT:Modern residence Du-
plex. 2 bedroom alcove. All con-
veniences, moderte rent, 3 miles
from Bella Vista. Beautiful park,
centenial trees. Tronsisthmion
highway, yellow componils border.
Call for appointment telephone 3-
1484.
FOR RENT:Spacious residence at
Golf Heights, four bedrooms, three
porches, gardens, living ond din-
ingroom, etc. Coll 3-3241 or 3-
3497 during office hours.
FOR RENTSpacious residence cen-
tricolly located on the Exposition
Grounds with or without furniture.
Two story building, three bed-
rooms, office, living and dining-
rooms, three porches, etc. Call 3-
3241 or 3-3497 during office
hours.
FOR RENT
A part nien Is
~* ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St'. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
oportment. ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio oportments. ask for keys,
new house aportment, upper floor.
Rent $103 00. or coll Zubleto 3-
1716.
FOR RENT:Small furnished oport-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. .13.
FOR RENT:Independent two bed-
room aportment at 102-A, Tea-
tro Eden Street. Corrasqiulla.
WANTED TO BUY: Wheels for
Jeep. Hous 386-A. First Street,
Cocoli. C. Z. Telephone 2-1047.
UN SOURCE
SAYS CEASEFIRE
(Continued from Page D)
anniversary of the Chinese Com-
munist Party. July 1.
It said the Chinese troops
have "frustrated the American
dream of conquering Korea and
laid the foundation for final
victory, though a long, hard
struggle still lies ahead."
The message to Mao said the
Chinese have been fighting a-
gainst superior equipment, but
that the Communists' "bravery
and intelligence will prevail be-
cause thev have the support of
hundreds of millions of peace lov-
ing people around the world."
In the United Nations it Is
thought President Nasrollah En-
tezam may call a special session
of the General Assembly at which
Russia could present Its cease-
fire plan in detail.
United Nations observers gen-
erally accept Malik's ill n e s s j
(heart trouble) as genuine, but
admit a possibility of diplomatic
malingering while he awaits fresh
instructions from the Kremlin.
In reply to questions from
House Committee members, Ache-
oon agreed that any truce terms
must Include provision for the
Chinese Communists to supply
full information on American
war prisoners.
He also said that the State De-
partment has "always taken the
view that Formosa should not be
a "pawn" In the negotiations.
Assistant Secretary of State
Dean Rusk meantime continued
consultation with representatives
of other UN. countries with
roops in Korea, m an effort to
work out a "solid front" on truce
.erma. -
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
aportment, oil screened. 47th St.
Also furnished room. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Apartment 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom. kitchen, to
small respectable family Apply
Via Espaa 106 ocross police booth.
Balboa T Holding
English Forum
Tomorrow Evening
The Armed Services YMCA of
Balboa invites all members and
friends of their English and
Spanish classes to the second
meeting of the English Forum, to
be held in the YMCA Auditorium
tomorrow at 7 p.m.
There will be a short program
of movies, community songs,
short talks by students, election
of officers and a social hour with
refreshments and dancing.
Mr. F A. Castles, principal of
the Jr. High School, and meat of
honor at this meeting, will give a
short talk on Inter-American ed-
ucation.
BALBOA
OPENING
SATURDAY!
unti
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mlfhty handy to
have around the house
and In your ear.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sisea.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Aye. Tel. J-OHO
SERGEANT FIRST CLASS FRANK GRUDEN, JR. (left) Is
personally decorated with the "Commendation Ribbon with
Metal Pendant" by Lt. General William H. H. Morris, Jr.,
Commander-ln-Chief Caribbean Command, (right) during a
brief ceremony at Quarry Heights, Panama Canal Zone. SFC
Oruden, presently under the'command of Col. W. D. Graham
(center), Commanding Officer of US Army Hospital Fort
Clayton, was commended for his 3y2 years of duty as NCO
of the Quarry Heights dispensary. SFC Gruden Is well known
in local Army circles for his discovery of "Gruden's Fungus
Chaser." a compound created during 1949, which has proved
successful in combatting tropical fungus infection.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
rot CUSHIONS, SLir-COVUU an*
RK-UPHOLSTOtlNG call as "it
our ihiiw-room Custom bull farnl-
rator's Fabrics. Free Estimates NA-
nOMAt I^OUnxaffA^Rne.) j.
New Telephone MRS
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
TeL 8-1713
#22 E. 39th St.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model lllF Synchronised
LENSES & ACCESSURIE8
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plasa 6 do Mayo
. Panama. R. P.
just arrived
e Leica lightmeter
Leica tripod
e Hector lenses
Leica carrying casas
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adloinlni International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel "El Panam-)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ave Ant I
Olflre: Tel. 2-3U7 Home 3-4*17
HOL'SS. Monda* thro Frita
lo 12 sum.
tfoada. Wednesday. Thorada
to I p.m
Saturda S a.m. t* 1 p.m.
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DESTILERA
CENTRAL S A
Hospital Car Rolls Last Turn;
Very III To Cross In Ambulance
The hospital car on the Pana-
ma Railroad, a local institution
of 46 years standing, will be tak-
en out of service at the end of
June.
Placed in operation originally
when other transportation facil-
ities were not available to carry
patients from the "line towns" to
Oorgas Hospital, the hospital car
has carried so few passengers In
recent years that its operation Is
no longer considered necessary.
It has operated only on Wed-
nesdays since last November and
had been In service only two days
a week: for about a year before
that. Operations on Saturday,
Sunday and holidays were dis-
continued In August 1MB.
Effective with the discontinu-
ance in August 1949.
Effective with the discontinu-
ance of hospital car service, rail-
road passes will be issued by the
Superintendent of Colon Hospi-
tal for visits to Oorgas Hospital
to the following persons:
1. Patients, and attendants
when necessary, who are going
to Oorgas for either In-patient
or out-patient treatments;
2. Patients who hold appoint-
ment cards for return visits to
Oorgas Hospital Clinics;
3. Prospective blood donors
whose visits to the Oorgas Hos-
pital Blood Bank have been ar-
ranged through Oorgas Hospital;
and
4. Parents of children who are
ready for.discharge from Gorfras
Hospital and who are residents of
the Atlantic Side.
Arrangements for transporta-
tion between the railroad station
and the hospital will be made
when necessary through the Su-
perintendent of Oorgas Hospital.
For patients who cannot
safely be transported by rail-
road and those requiring erne.--
gency care at Gorges, arrange-
ments will be made through
Colon Hospital for transporta-
tion by ambulance.
For patients to be admitted to
Oorgas Hospital, one-way rail-
road passes will be Issued at the
time the Atlantic Side patient
enters Oorgas and another one-
way pass will be Issued at the
time of discharge. For out-pa-
tients, round-trip passes will be
issued for use only on the date
of Issue.
In July 1904, before an actual
hospital car was placed In serv-
ice, conductors of Panama Rail-
road trains were Instructed to
"transport, in the baggage cars
of passenger trains or on other
cars of freight trains when avail-
able, to the nearest hospital of
the Canal Zone, sick and injured
persons who are unable to walk,
on stretchers, with an attend-
ant, taking receipt In each case
for the distance travelled." These
instructions, it was pointed out,
did not apply to "persons able to
walk or to assist themselves to
and from the trains."
The following year, the Direc-
tor of Hospitals noted that "the
number of patients coming to
Ancon Hospital from the line of
the Canal is at present very great
and Is certain to Increase," and
asked that a special car be equip-
ped to handle this traffic.
"The car most suitable for this
purpose Is what is known as the
express or baggage car," the Di-
rector of Hospitals stated in a
memorandum to the Governor,
"and the equipment will be cost-
lya number of cots and a few
beds. The box car will do tem-
porarily, but Is less suitable than
the express car."
The first hospital car was
placed in service in August 1905
"for the accommodation of pa-
tients sent from the line to the
hospital." It was one of the re-
gular baggage cars with light
springs which the Sanitary De-
partment had fitted with cots,
lockers for "simple remedies"
and dressings, and a few easy
chars. These was one steward in
charge of the hospital car.
In April 1906. the director of
hobltala asked for another hos-
pital car. pointing out that the
one car was not enough for all
the sick to be transported and
that the number or patients
could be expected to Increase
considerably as the personnel on
the Isthmus Increased. "And
with the rainv season." be add-
ed, "we will be unable properly
41 hranaFw* tlxam "
The second hospital car was
added In July 1906 so that one
car started from Colon and one
from Panama, returning daily.
At that time about 100 sick per-
sons were transported daily and
the Chief Sanitary Officer ask-
ed that a third car be placed in
service. *
One of the alms of the Health
Department in operating the
hospital cars toward the end of
the construction period was the
abolition of the sick camps in
the line towns between Coln
and Panama. This plan Involv-
ed the maintenance of only dis-
pensaries in these towns and the
treatment of as many patients
as possible at Ancon Hospital.
The third hospital car re-
quested in June 1906 was au-
thorized but, after a period of
several months delay In fitting
it out, was never placed in ser-
vice. The second car was taken
out of operation In September
1921.
Air Secretary Says
Reds Have 1,000
Planes, Many Jets
WASHINGTON, June 27 (UP)
Air Secretary Thomas K. Fm-
letter said today the Chinese
Communist* now have 1,000
planes, including many new Jet
fighters, available for use In the
Korean war.
Flnletter said he presumed that
practically all of Red China's
1,000 planes were Russian-built
and added that they could be
thrown Into the fighting at any
time.
Aircraft under . S. Air Force
control In the Far East have
flown as many as 1,300 sorties in
a day. This would indicate that
the Air Force has at least 1,500
or 1,600 planes in the Far East.
Including Marine Corps land
based aircraft assigned to the Air
Force.
This would not Include carrier
based naval and Marine Corps
aircraft.
CZ DRAFT
BOARD SET
(Continued from Page 1>)
one on the Atlantic and one o:
the Pacific side, would be set up
on the Canal Zone with an Ap-
peals Board. (Two new local
members who were not sworn in
at the ceremony Monday wera
Forrest H. Brown-and Paul M,
Runnestrand who received their
appointments yesterday at the
press conference.
Each Individual may, within a
period of 10 days after he Is clas-
sified, appeal to the board. If the
board decides the classification
should remain, ttfe person has no
further appeal. However, the na-
tional director may, in some
cases, take the appeal to the
Presidential Appeals Board.
The four main classifications
most common are lA-Llable to
military service. 2A-Industry or
Industrial Job classification, 2C-
Agricultural and 3A-Dependen-,
cy.
The question of- foreign regls-,
tratlons is now being given con-
sideration in the Department of.
Defense, State Department and
the Selective Service organiza-1
tlon.
Americans who have register-1
ed In the States will have their'
files sent down to the local board.1
However, should they take up le-
gal residence In the States after
having registered here, their;
records would remain In the Ca-
nal Zone.
Another Important fact that;
was stressed at the conference Ui
that every change In status must|
be reported to the local board,!
acting as a protective measurt|
for the inductee.
From a preliminary survey Itl
has been Indicated that there arei
300 liable registrants in the Ca-I
nal Zone. I
Although the selective service'
officials have already met with;
the Army, the decision as to;
where and when basic training;
starts rests entirely with the
Army.
From past experience, General.
Renfrow learned that alien vo-
lunteers must submit In writing
their desire to enlist. Whether or
not they will automatically be-
come American citizens after
serving the UJ9. Army, remains
problematical. The Department
of Defense controls the quota on
how many aliens will be accept-
ed. If there Is any question of the-
applicant's citizenship, proof
must be presented In court.
The Canal Zone will be given
credit for 47 men in the military
service down here. Every State
has a certain number of credits
or points.
Panam presents a unique
problem because of the close geo-
graphical boundary. In the
States, the Mexican and Cana-
dian borders are also very close,
but here It Is "routine" to cross
the border. For this reason, the
question of residence as a decid-
ing factor in the registration of
American males is of utmost Im-
portance.
Gen. Renfrow and his party of
officers leave today, but Lt, Col.
Barber, who is the Regional Field
Officer from Dallas will remain
In the Canal Zone another two
weeks. !
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By Victor Riesel
BEAU BROADWAY
NEW YORK This time the
really powerful leaders of the
American Communist network 1
the bralntrii8ters, the tacticians,
technicians, strategists, propa-
ganda and infiltration experts,
the real unknown veteran
have been arrested by the FBI.
Some of them were so Intense-
ly trusted by the Party super-1
chiefs In Moscow that these
The First Nighters: It was happy evening at the Broadharet Ar'ca" SX'^vie^cen-
era Hiuih TorLi.i.'. i-...-. ....j i,ii ..ni.._ ._ neipea lo Duna tne soviets cen-
tral school for revolutionary
tactics, Lenin University, .In
where Booth Tarkington's long-ago comedy hit, "Seventeen," re-
turned witn lovely tunes and attractt re song-and-dancer.....
The spectators thoroughly enjoyed itfrom Richard Wharf's .,
vwlftly-tempoed direction to Hassard Shorts staging (and iilumi- Ms">w' 0^rf, t r-,..
nation), plus Danla Krupaka's marie In the dancing dept... Sally1 Some, according to Congres-
Benson, an expert at this sort of thing, edited the Tarkington?lonal records, worked with the
text with skill; Steward Chaneys settings embraced the eyes; and Moscow secret police, then,
the frocks of the period (by David Folker) are other assets In ihto pown as,_tn' oapu- as Iar
new hit.. ,M. Berle, S. Lambert and B. Foyer are its parents... So; hack as the 1920s.
much for the credits... The cast is crowded with talented people,! Some ran the Communist
especially good being Kenneth Nelson as the lovable, lovesick Party's internal police system
Willie Baxter; Ann Crowley as Lola Pratt. Helen Wood, Frank\which spired upon and dlsclpiln-
Albertson (as Willie's father), Doria Dalton (as his mom). Harrison ed the apparatus members
Muller, Alonso Bosan, Maurice Ellis, Dick Kallman and Betty when they wobbled a little.
Jane Beagle, a moppet, who can mop up a robust laugh ..Tin- M least one. JaCk Mindel,
ones whose names elude us round out an evening's entertainment former wealthy dentist
for every member of the family.. Walter Kent's music and Kim who gave up his practice
Gannon's poetry will be in your parlors (via the networks) for about 1930, was all-power-
quite a spell, but go and love them all from the opening number />' and considered, tor a
to the happy curtain.' while, Moscow's special un-
dercover "rep" in the U. S.
So brilliant a strategist and
scientific Marxian specialist waa
he considered by the Moscow
Politburo, that he was sum-
moned to Russia to teach revolu-
tionary tactics In Lenin Univer-
sity in the early Thirties.
Soon afterwards, he directed;
the National Training School
for the Communist Party and
was charged by the Russians
with the skillful Job of creating
Party "cadres" and cells for In-
filtration of strategic areas of
American social, Intellectual, In-
dustrial and labor circles.
At the same time, the FBI's
arrests early last Wednesday
morning bagged the men who
have been working under Min-
del In the invasion of American
unions and secret war plants.
Rounded up, too. were the
chiefs of the Communist Party's
waterfront section and Its mo-
Down Front: N. Y. Times critic Brooks Atkinson embraced it
too: "Seventeen" has lost none of that old fond enchantment...
It Is still a touching and uproarious portrait of the torture of
adolescence. ..No one has to tamper much with anything so lov-
able and delightful."
In the Wings: Forbes-Robertson, the English actor, was con-
sidered the greatest Hamlet of his time. Once at an Intellectual
gathering a critic Inquired: "Don't you agree that an actor haa
to understand his part so completely he actually lives the role he's
flaying?"... "Young man." boomed Forbes-Robertson, "all my life
ve been groaning: 'Absent Thee from Felicity awhile!'and I
till don't know what those damb'd words mean." .
The Cinemagicians: "He Kan All the Way" Is a suspenseful
homicide show. J. Garfield plays the Killer and Shelley Winters
slays the Audience.. ."Smuggler's Gold" won't tempt smugglers
since It contains no nuggetsjust kernels....."The Man with My
Face" has action that strives to leave you breathless but Inspires
only an occasional gasp..."The Last Outpost" presents a better-
than-average tomahawk-waver with Redskins and Palefaces go- .
ing a few fast rounds. Rhonda Fleming convinces Ronald Reagan vle' ra,dl? television and cultural
a gal is mighter than a gat...The celluloid version of the old
best-seller, "Native Son," lacks the novers pith and punch. The
scenario battles bigotrv and dies fighting for a good cause...
"Bandits of El Dorado" has the heroic hombres playing a dual
rolemaking it twice as dull.
Stairway to the Stars: Newcomer Beverly Hudson 'from
Santa Monica and with no previous professional expreience) has
been signed by the Copacabana for 5 years following two men-
tions by her favorite critic. At Bllllngsley's party for Martin c
Lewis she confirmed our enthusiasm for her robust song-styles
and convinced most of the Broadway stars and starlets there, who
saw a future star being born. It was at this affair that we an-
nounced Dean and Jerry's Command Performance of Their
Majesties, the King and Queen, of England. In November...
Danny Arnold of Warner" will appear In a featured role for thai
team's "At Sea with the Navy" film, which Hal Wallls will unveil
for Paramount...Rogers and Hammersteln continue playlOR theimunist leaders,
prettiest music on the cash register. Their "Oklahoma!" Is grossing
more now than during its original run8 years ago. .."Seventeen"
must do $25.000 to beak even...The next first-night ("Two on
the Alsle"i is not until mid-July. The Philly critics disagreed
with the New Haven sentinels on this. One enthused: "Fast-
nioving and highly enjoyable. Both artistically and spectacularly,
no revue has ever exceeded It."
commission.
Nabbed also were the men
who, In Schenectady, Western
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan
and other key defense areas,
have for 20 years directed the
Party's undercover work In elec-
tronic shops, atomic motor Ins-
tallations, steel and automotive
plants and coal pits.
So it should be understood
that these arrests did not drag-
net the Party's second Une of
control, but the men who have
been giving orders to the con-
victed ll-man Politburo now on
^eWHY WASHINGTON
^*L MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly ORIW PIARSON
Country Doctor
By BOB RUARK
CHAPEL HILL, N. C. Old Dr. Brack Lloyd m
died last year, which might be the reason the
University of North Carolina is putting in a
four-year medical school and Its own 400-bed
hospital. Thev got to do something to take up
the slack Dr. Lloyd left.
Dr. Lloyd waa one of the last country doc-
tors. He wore a plnched-up black hat, slept In
his clothes and had dirty finger-nails. If he
had an office, It was on the sidewalk of Frank-
lin St. or In Eubanks drugstore. But he was a
mighty good doctor. The big boys called him
in on the tough cases. He was using sulfa
drugs on pneumonia before its use was sanc-
tioned by the State Medical Assn. His obste-
trical record was probably the best in the state
The Story Tellers: Time front-covers champion 8ugar Ray
Robinson and records his exciting career.. .People Today exposes
the Win i Nan ch-eis c-.-ier.' \ynn" sr.e'tercd by Peron. Re-
minding you a dictator's best friend is a rat...Why Magazine
psychoanalyzes the Dookawlnzzer. He has more trouble than you
...After tying knots In mother's apron strings. Philip Wylle (In
Look i snaps pop's suspenders. He hits hard and makes sense, as
usual, Don't miss Gene Fowle>'s piece on J. Durante in Collier's.
Facked with show-blz ancdota. When James waa banging planes
40 years ago (In Coney places i Eddie Cantor urged him to "make
remarks" wnile at the keys. "Qene." Durante said, "I couldn't do
that. I'm afraid peopled laugh at me!". ..Tallulah's condensed
life-story (in Life) la Jolly reading, decorated with uhotos from
her career. She did the text twe believe i for a 10G fee.. 'The
^ o-iver" 'which SJtS will Introduce Aug. 4) will depict H'wood
In a favorable light. The main character (Matt Olbbons) was
u by Mark Helllnger.
THIS I TOUk iQRUM THI RtAOiRS OWN COLUMN
THE'MAIL BOX
The Mail Box it an open forum for reader at Tha Panamo American
betters are received ratefulty fin) ata hondled mi hally confidant!*1
manner.
II reu contribute a tottei don t ba impatient It N deun t appeal the
at day. Lettera are puafrrhed In tha ardor received.
Pleoie tr to keen tha lettera limited to one pot* length.
Identity of letter -liters it hold in rtricteif confidence.
Thii newspaper eisumei no ntiponiieility for irotomenti or opinieni
pieieed In left en from raedera.
Dr. Lloyd was picturesquely profane, lrre-
its way to Jail. Arrest "of" the'! went and he never sent out a bill in his Ufe
second alid third string Com-1 He would Just as leave take a pint of whisky
muniit leaders, the men and!as a check for delivering a baby and often did.
women whom the Party drop-He always wore his black hat when he was op-
ped back into obscurity when f atina Said he couldn't see to cut without
the original Politburo was in- * He loved animals, and his hogs were always
dieted two years ago, will come fatter than anybody else's
later this winter.
FAMILY PROGRAMS
Ft. Clayton. C.Z.
Dear Sir:
backwards to look after the wel-
fare of Us married personnel
venerable sages died, to. the accompaniment of
venerable sage idled, to the accompaniment of
much written and spoken elegy. Dr. Lloyd spat
and said:
"He's a-slttln" in a front pew in hell right
now. Any man who'll let his livestock perish
to death out of pure stinginess is dirty bound
to go to hell." The departed professor had been
notorious for his bony horses and emaciated
dogs.
A friend of mine once had a huge ulcer on
i the back of his neck. Dr. Lloyd looked at It.
and said: "That thing needs cuttln". Wait'U I
get my hat."
There Is a pattern here.
Last iceek's arrests rip the
top off the Party, haul in
the charter members, hold
up to public' vieio the Rus-
sian-trained veterans, the
men who actually created
the American apparatus. In-
cidentally, they Hved like
anything but catacomb re-
volutionists. Examination of
their homes here, as I did
by car a few hours before
this was written, shows
them to have resided in
comfortable modern, outly-
ing districts. No slum cells
for them.
Typical of the depth of their
power, Is testimony before the
House Un-American Activities
Committee In Oct. 1939, page
4676. Then, Ben Gltlow. a for- BELGRADE.What manner of men are the
mer vlce-presldentlal nominee leaders of the new Yugoslavia? It U Important
of the Communist Party, swore to know, since this little Balkan city, now heavy
that, to his own personal know- scented by the blossoming lime trees and almost
ledge, Jack Mindel and Alex Rav m the brilliant summer weather, la the ca-
those n|tal of one of the vital strategic bastions of
He went outside to his car, and came back
with a mustard Jar full of surgical Instruments
In his hand, his old black hat on his head. He
straddled the patient, wiped a scalpel on his
sleeve, and commenced to cut. The patient's
wife was horrified.
"Don't worry," the doctor said, hacking away
"I was born sterilized. I eat germs." The pa-
tient got well in a hurry.
Dr. Lloyd loved to Dlay poker, and he always
carried a straight flush of cards In his pocket.
It was signed by the cronies who were present
when he hit the flush, and was greasy and tat-
tered from handling. But his fondness for poker
deprived him of sleep.
On a maternity case one time, he decide It
would be at least an hour before baby came,
and he was yawning. It was pretty late at
night.
"You got another bed In this house, sister?"
he asked the expectant mother. He called all
women, from professors' ladles to servants "sis-
ter." "No,. Doctor Brack." she said. "This Is the
onlv one."
"Then move over a mite, sister," said Dr.
Lloyd. "I aim to ketch me a little snooze."
They say an early, unfortunate love affair
turned Dr. Lloyd sour, made him Into a char-
acter, and perhaps accounted for his disinterest
in formal religion.
It is Interesting that there were three preach-
ers of different faiths at his funeral. They
tumbled over themselves to excuse him for his
lack of surface Godliness, and at least one do-
minie turned and upbraided the congregation.
He said mavbe Dr. Lloyd would have loined the
church if the people in the church had been
better people.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP j
WHAT MANNER OF MEN
Trnchtenberg. two of
picked up by the FBI, were part
of a group consisting of Soviet
OGPU (secret police) agents, or
working Intimately with them.
In this group were George
Mink, known as a professional
GPU killer, now believed dead:
Julia Stuart Poyntz. who knew
so much she became the Com-
munists' Judge Crater.having
there are nevertheless many sin- disappeared never to be found: ** ^*^^^waS^tM^r\lSm'atM
ule members here overseas and Jack Johnston, --i ^
the free world. And it Is necessary to inquire
because the little group of men who grimly hold
this Yugoslav bastion under perpetual threat of
Soviet aggression, are so wildly unlike any poli-
tical leaders anywhere else In the world.
Luckily the great transformation of Yugoslav
policy both Internal and external, has, among
other things, removed the former ban upon as-
sociation with Westerners. Thus It is possible
to offer a rough sort of portrait of one of these
men, sketched, so to speak, during a series of
This gripe Is directed, via The also married members without Krumbeln both also dead. This
Mail Box. to AFRS against Its
Krogram.8. Because of being dls-
tterested or perhaps because of
being too lazy this Is my first let-
ter of criticism through this me-
dium either pro or con anv sub-
ject of general Interest.
One evening, comfortably set-
tled back on the divan, my feet
on a hassock, a small libation
near at hand, and. may I add in
a good humor. I Just couldn't take
It any more when Beuloh "I love
those boys" came on. In the first
place when a man Is old enough
to be enlisted, inducted, or other-
erwlse enters the armed services
he is no longer a boy. He is enti-
tled to be caUed a man. Then
there Is the program Itself. If the
average serviceman likes this
program I'll eat my winter uni-
form on the Ancon Post Office
teps.
I dislike to point out any par-
ticular program but in general]sir:
why must we have so manv fami-
ly programs in the evening? I
admire Ronald Colman's beauti-
ful diction but I can't believe that
insipid "Halls of Ivy" anneal* to
the average serviceman overseas.
Take "Life With Father." Blah
ords fall me. If we must have
their families.
I don't feel that this Is an In-
considerate or personal gripe In
as much as most persons with
whom I have discussed this sub-
ject feel the same way. We all
have our Individual tastes In mu-
sic and radio entertainment and
are entitled to them. Personally
If I never heard another lone-
some cowboy or nasal hillbilly it
would be all right with me but I
am willing to eive them their
time on the air. What I do pro-
test is the preponderance of the
left Just Mindel and Trach-
tenberg.
Typical of the operation-
al power of those Com-
munists now facing trial
(and exposure by new under-
cover agents as well as the
old witnesses who testified
against the. convicted HI
are the case histories of
Betty Gannett, Marion
Bachrach and Arnold John-
son, three of those arrested
Wednesday. '
Gannett, trained In the thlr-
famllv type program in the heart lies in the Lenin School, helped
of the evening.
Sincerely.
Twenty Years' Service
boss the Party in California and
then ran Its apparatus out of
Chicaao for 13 states.
and Charles ,ast dgys
This Yugoslav leader, then, is a massive,
youngish man with an air of restrained violence
And the first hint that strikes you. when you
talk to him about himself, is the incredible
amount of violent experience he has crammed
into so relatively short a life.
To be specific, he got his religious training
as stern as any Jesuit's from the Commu-
nist party while still a boy. He then plunged
Into five years of unrelenting uartisan war, los-
ing a much loved wife In battle and being
heavily wounded himself. Victory waa hardly
celebrated before the ruthless purges began, to
clear away the remnants of the Yugoslavia of
the past. There followed the break with the
Kremlin, for him a deep emotional crisis involv-
ing the foundations of his faith. And now he
squarely faces the menace of another, still more
terrible war.
have
(ED'S NOTE: Have vou ever
tried HOG?)
DISCARDS FOR SALE
Cristobal
this stuff whv not transcribe It
a- i broadcast It durlp theltpere and aive them a chance.
.me while we re on d Thev sure couldn't do anv worse
i ioite r( the ' n t>- ,he han Is being done now.
"New Arm/' policy bends over I Joe Pete
As a result, his personality seems to _
Bachrach is the sister of the been eroded down to its bedrock. He la not ln-
pm-soviet lawyer, John Abt,;human: he loves his new voung wife: he adores
who ran many unions and whose his children: he likes sports and Is vain of be-
! first big labor Job came as a re- inK a Kood athlete still. Nor is he lacking In a
suit of recommendation bv an r0ueh, mordant humor, which he uses lute an
unsuspecting; Supreme Court axe. Of one statesman-stuffed shirt, he re-
Justice. Bachrach runs Party marked, for Instance, that "he had made his
Now that we are paying taxe3 publicity. success by courage: whenever he saw a corpse,
why can't we have some say as to And Johnson, as far back as, he dared to steal its shoes or at least Its shoe
who our leaders are here. 1932. operated the Ohio Com-jaces."
Wh\ should we be saddled withlmunlst Party and Its fronts i And of Stalin, whom he knows a little, he re-
a lot of discarded Army officers then was shifted to Western j marked that "espionage Is one of his pastimes:
who weren't very successful In Pennsylvania near where the Stalin plans kidnappings by the M.OB, to amuse
the Armv or thev would have 'electronic and atomic motor
keDt them shoos are concentrated.
Let's aet some civilians In I They sure got around But
their roaming days are over.
(Copurtoh* 1951 Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
himself, the way Roosevelt used U plav with
stamps."
Yet this man's more human side is dominat-
ed, as the character of his jokes suggests, by
his political preoccupation. He is far from be-
Img a one-track mind. Indeed he Is a student
of history, and this reporter has found few men
with whom it Is more Interesting to talk about
the history of recent years.
(He maintained for example, that tbe Polit-
buro genuinely meant to carry out both the
fifty-fifty division of Yugoslavia arranged by
Churchill and Stalin, and the now-forgotten
provision of the Yalta pact guaranteeing Soviet
support for Chiang Kai-shek. In prooi he of-
fered startling new evidence that Stalin had at-
tempted to force Marshal Tito to bring King
Peter back to this country and to drive Mao
Tse-tung into a highly unfavorable coalition
with the Chinese Nationalists. And he quite
logically explained this Soviet poUcy as hav-
ing originated in fear of the West's wartime
strength, and as having been quickly abandon-
ed because of America's disastrous postwar de-
mobilization.!
But even history, which he has helped to
make, means far less to this man than his
country's problems, its position in the world
and its future course. To all these questions,
he once thouftht he knew the answers. In the
harsh time after the war. he raised no finger
to save even old friends, because he truly be-
lieved In the pattern belnK Imposed on Yugo-
slavia. But when the designers of that pattern,
the Masters of the Kremlin, sought to enslave ,
Yugoslavia, he began to wonder whether the i
pattern Itself was rleht.
Now he Is groping for a different patter"
easier, more free and more humane, which will
be better for his people. No one can tell where
that otieer grooing will lead. In a country that
is still essentially a police state ruled by a sit-
ele party, no one should be overoptlmlstic
about the end result. Yet one can at least be
certain of one thing about this man and of
the others like him. Nothing will stop him
from fighting for his country's Independence
and Integrity.
He expects, on the whole, to have to do so.
He has no Illusions about what the struggle will
be like, for he also expects the Kremlin to try
to "destroy his people, as the Baltic peoples and
the Volga Oermana have been destroyed already.
He has thought about the matter a great
deal he will tell vou. for Instance, that "the
Western Europeans were ruined when they let
the Germans occupy them without firing a shot:
what the loases are does not matter: vou must
resist all-out from the first." And of his own
view of the future, he says without a trace of
erandlloouence. "We shall fight to the last man.
and alone If need be."
Whatever else thev may be. such men are not
bad friends to have In a tight spot.
(Copyright. 151, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson says: President Truman briefed Mardaret
on European gigolos; Kuominrang has political party
inside U.S.A.; Chinatowns work for all-out U.S.-dhina
war
h. W.ASfHP0J(iNTTne PrM,dent Jokingly admitted the other
tJL,^* he had, 'yen daughter Margaret a fatherly briefing
about European gigolos before she left the country. The admis-
monrtr^nt^'J'1 a chat with Harold Russell, national com-
mander of Amvets. when Russell was commenting on the good-
will aspects of Margaret's trip.
rK.3hfs a bet.telL ambassador than anyone we've got over
there, the Amvets boss told Margaret's proud papa
"I swell up like a plzened pup whenever I hear that" Tru-
Pitm nKsu! ard Krwm,e t0 reallM tnat sne's Krown P'
I still think of her as so high."
of hs1deskreSldent he'd Ut hU hand ab0Ut eVen wlth the top
F-rfJ-^ul'iuJ SHH faiiJher 'baby' ometlmes. but I warned' her.
before she left that I didn't want any of those two-legged"'
Truman paused, decided against a stronger word
""guys over there calling her by that name," m
CHINESE WAR LOBBY
i uu" i1' ,S.enat* ever carries out its threat to probe the China
a^J*. mearthan attempt to organize the Chinatowns in
45 American cities with a view to putting the United States into
a full-scale war with China.
It will also find that a foreign political partythe KUomin-
tangis operating in this country under a system somewhat com-
parable to the German Bund.
The aim of the Kuomintang In this country la spelled out aa
follows: To secure and maintain the Interest of the Chinese
people of the United States to aid and further the alms'of the
central executive committee of the Kuomintang."
tri,!!?ui; he Kuomintang is the only political party in the
united states, besides the Communists, whose first allegiance la
to a foreign government. Furthermore, the Kuomintang is not
only officially dedicated to bringing the United States into an
rll-out war with China, but as the first step, Its American,
branches are working with the China Lobby in bombarding Con-
gress with telegrams and letters. --
Significantly, loyal Chinese-Americans have steered clear of
.tie Kuomintang, Just as they have the Communists. So far. the
Kuomintang has succeeded In enrolling only 3,825 members in 45
citiesa mere handful of the total Chinese-American population.
WHO'S WHO IN KUOMINTANG
Kuomintang headquarters Is located at 844 Stockton Street
m San Francisco's Chinatown. Its directors include Pei Chi Liu.
ex-official of the Nationalist Ministry of Education; Fong Chee
lormer counsellor to the Nationalists" Kwantung provincial gov-
ernment, which would correspond to a state government In- thla
country and Yong Chang Yu, former specialist for the Legisla-
tive Yuan, one of five controlling yuans of the Nationalist kov-
trnment.
The most influential director up until his death recently waa
Kwong Ping Shun, who actually belonged to the Nationalist
legislature and attended sessions in China, while at the same
time directing the Kuomintang in this country and maintaining:
an official residence In San Francisco.
Other Kuomintang directors In this country are Importers,
whose chief trade Is with Formosa and whose business depends
upon the Nationalist Government. Thpy Include Hoo Shuck Fong
W. Doon, Fong Yue and Chin Dook Jow. Another director, Hung
Jee Wong. Is assistant manager of "The Young China," a pro-
Kuomlntang, Chinese-language newspaper published in San
Francisco.
The Kuomintang In this country Is also organized Into flv
regions under the leadership of Chan Jack San, San Francisco;
Louie Mon Ben, San Antonio. Tex.: Ng Shi Jam. Portland, Ore
Yee Jan Tong. Rew York City: and Show Kwok Jlng. Chicago.
To help finance its activities, the Koumlntang owns several
apartment houses and operates the Chlen-Kuo (Chinese; langu-
age school In San Francisco.
CAPITAL NEWS CAPSULES
Taxpayers Pay AgainThe two Colorado SenatorsJohnson,
a Democrat, and Mlllkin, a Republicanhave set up a special of-
fice on Capitol Hill to solicit war contracts tor Colorado firms.
The office Is run by Ed Keating, who was put on Johnson's pay-
roll, while Mlllkin contributed a secretary from his Senate pay-
roll. Actually, however, It Is the taxpayers who pay all the bllL
so that Colorado companies can get favored treatment. For- the
taxpayers pay the salaries of this office and also pay for the" of-
fice space all to help Colorado. If every Senator did this for
his state, the Senate building would be swamped. Meanwhile* Sen-
ator Douglas of Illinois can't find office space oh Capitol HW for
committee investigating ethics In Government.
Mac's Intelligence ChiefThe recent statement by MaJ. Gen,
Charles Wllloughby, MacArthur's former Intelligence chief In Ko-
rea, that he had warned Washington In advance of outbreak In
Korea, is a far cry from what Wllloughby told a congressional
committee In Tokyo. In September of 1949. General Wllloughby
boasted to a group of visiting Congressmen, led by M. O, Bitrnsld'e
of West Virginia and Charles Deane of North Carolina, that he
didn't expect any war In Korea for at least two years. The at-
tack by North Koreans came nine months later.
Does Congress Know?Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson
look a sly dig at Congress the other day. In his opinion on tha
"fair trade" decision that led to the department-store price war.
Jackson threw In this crack at the lawmakers: "To select casual
statements from (Congressional) floor debates not always dis-
tinguished for candor or accuracy as a basis for making up our
minds what law Congress Intended to enact is to substitute our-
selves for the Congress. The Constitution, in requiring three read-
ings of an Act in each house before final enactmnt. Intended. I
lake it, to make sure that Congress knew what it was passing and
passed what it wanted."
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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PAGE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, JUNE VI, 1951
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lelu

W. Wlon J.. Ylask
&o\ 195, C/atun Jtltphoni CjaUn 378
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD SMALL, JR.. of Fort Davis, cutting
their wedding cake at the reception, which followed their
wedding, Saturday evening, at the Oatun Union Church. Mr.
and Mrs. Small are spending their honeymoon in Costa Rica.
Mrs Small Is the former Miss Louise Zimmerman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmerman of Oatun.
MR. AND MRS. ADAMS ENTERTAIN
AT BRAZOS HEIGHTS
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Adams entertained at their Bra-
zos Heights residence Sunday evening iur the United Fruit
Company group. This was their ilrst official party since Mr.
Adams was recently appointed General Agent of the United
Fruit Company.
Several buffet tables were arranged for the convenience
of the guests. The centerpieces reflected the progres* in
shipbuilding from the earliest clipper to the latest fruit boat,
which was entitled the S.S. Adams. Tiny fingers of bananas
encircled the ships.
The guests included the em-
ployes of the company from both
sides of the Isthmus. They were:
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Raymond. Dr.
Frank Raymond, Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Gorln. Mr. and Mrs. V. T.
Mais, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Pul-
ler, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Mid-
dleman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Will Mr and Mrs Michael S.
Brzezinskl, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin P.
Heyd. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H.
Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ma-
cready, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ker-
nlc k.Mr. and Mrs. David Basso,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Latour-
neau, Mr.-vl Mrs. H. S. White.
Mr. and Mrs. Colin Lawson. Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Mouynes, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Fernandez, Mr. and
Mrs. O. Peredes, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph Noonun, -Mr, and Mrs.
Charles W. Barnes, Captain and
Mrs. Peter Duncan, Captain and
Mfe. E. B. Rainier, Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Coffey, Dr. and Mrs. Ru-
ben Arcia, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Foisraan, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Al-
berga, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Ga-
llardo, Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradley,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Finley, Mr. and
Mrs. F.Aguliera, Mrs. E. McGrew,
Miss R. Ehrman, Miss Monica
Japal, Miss C. Lee, Miss Colombia
Lucrae, Miss Suzanna Jaen, Miss
Carmen Orimaldo, Captain M.
LeCaim, Messrs. J. Jacome, Tre-
vor Simons. Albert Magh, Oscar
Bejaiano, R. Emillani, M. Peral-
ta, A. Garcia. A. Berrlo, E. Berrio,
E. Velez, C. Magdaleno, A. Wil-
liams! and Mr. H. W. James and
F. L. Hicks of New York City.
Dt. and Mrs. Byrd Celebrate
Wedding Anniversary
Dr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Byrd, of
Colon, celebrated their 37th wed-
ding anniversary with a dinner
party at their residence on Colon
Beach Sunday evening.
The table was covered with a
harWsome, while Venetian lace
tablecloth and centered with a
bouquet of multi-colored roses,
flanked by yellow tapers In silver
holders. The flowers were the gift
of friends.
The guests were. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Byrd of Las Cumbres, Dr.
and Mrs. L. A. Stetson, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Genis, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Jefferles, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ullrich and Mrs. Abbie Linares of
Panam City.
Dr. and Mrs. French are trans-
ferring to the Pacific side In the
near future. Mr. and Mrs. Ullrich
are leaving for a visit In the Unit-
ed States.
Dinner at American Consulate
The United States Cnsul at
Colon and Mrs. Charles Whittak-
er entertained a few friends for
dinner Monday evening.
Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Adams, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L. Scott and Mr. Frank W.
Scott.
Despedida Luncheon
Miss Olga and Miss Thelma
Leignadier entertained Miss Nan-
cy Kaufer with luncheon at the
home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Humberto Leignadier, of Co-
lon, yesterday.
Miss Kauler Is leaving this
week with her mother, Mrs. Louis
Kaufer, to visit In California. She
will not return to the Isthmus
but will enter San Jose College in
the fall.
Attending Luncheon
For Dr. Calvo
The Panam Inter-American
Women's Club entertained with
a luncheon at-Hotel El Panam
Monday to honor Dr. Esther Nei-
ra de Calvo, the first president of
the organization.
The members who attended
from Colon were: Mrs. Humberto
Leignadier. Mrs. Isaac Osorio,
Mrs. Antonio Alberola. Mrs. Julia
Emillani and Mrs. John T. Whlte-
ly.
Informal Breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix enter-
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Barry Sullivan
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tained with another of a series
of informal Sunday breakfasts at
their Gatun residence.
Their guests last Sunday were
Captain and Mrs. Floyd Forrest
and Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Sullivan.
Miss Jeanine Nix assisted her mo-
ther.
Arriving for Family Reunion
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGinn
of Gatun will have the pleasure
of having their sons with them
this summer for the first tive In
five years.
Tom and Bill McGinn arrived
yesterday by plane from Miami.
Tom McGinn graduated this
month from the University of
California at Davis, with a B.S.
degree In agricultuer and bio-
chemistry. Bill McGinn has com-
pleted his third year studying
Foreign Service at the University
of Southern California at Los An-
geles.
Cadet Charles McGinn, who Is
completing his second year at the
United States Military Academy
at West Point, will arrive at a
later date to Join the family
group.
Card Party to Benefit
Colon Red Cross
The Colon Red Cross is spon-
soring a card party to be given at
the Strangers Club Saturday
from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. Bingo and
cards will be played. The price of
admission is a dollar per person,
and entitles the player to a
chance on the door prize.
June is the month In which the
Colon Red Cross may solicit
funds. Any contributions may be
left at the Red Cross Building
and will be deeply appreciated.
Baptism and Reception
Joseph Mallory Cronan, two-
month-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
William J. Cronan, was baptized
by Father William Finn, CM., In
a private ceremony at 3:00 p.m.
Sunday, at the Church of the
Holy Family.
Mrs. David Coffey and Mr.
Leonard Heitzke stood as proxy
godparents for the baby's aunt,
Miss Catherine Cronan of Engle-
wood, California, and his uncle,
Mr. Thomas Foley of Washing-
ton, D.C.
Follownig the service friends
and relatives called from 4:00 to
6:00 p.m. at the family residence.
A lace cloth covered the buffet
table which held an arrangement
of yellow alamanda in a silver
bowl, flanked by royal blue can-
dles In sliver holders.
Visitors for HAM
Field Day
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. David
Howe of Gatun, for the week end,
and participated In the HAM
Field Day at Gatun.

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. White, and
Miss Jean White, of Gamboa,
spent the week end with Mr. ana
Mrs. Andrew Whitlock of Marga-
rita. Mr. White participated In
the Field Day.
Bon Voyage Dinner Party
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilkerson
were complimented with an In-
formal dinner party given by Dr.
and Mrs. L. A. Stetson at their
Colon Beach residence Monday
evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Wilkerson are sail-
ing Saturday for an extended va-
cation in the States.
Farewell Dinner Parties
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Connor, of
Coco Solo, were entertained at an
informal dinner given by Captain
and Mrs. Robert Allen at their
quarters Friday evening.
The other guests were: CWO
and Mrs. L. Unslzker, and CPO
and Mrs. R. E. Slgman.
Farewell gifts were given the
Whats more fun
than Tfie
Baseball Season f
THI
MATING
SEASON
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TOMORROW!
At The
QSUMjAa
IN HOLLYWOOD...
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Exclu-
sively Yours: Gary Cooper's wel-
come to play Ernest Heming-
way's 50-year-old hero in "Across
the River and Into the Trees,"
but Clark Gable would rather
play In "The Life of Ernest Hem-
ingway."
Not that Clark thinks there's
a ghost of a chance of It.
"You'd have to get Heming-
way's permission," he told me.
"Then there's the question of
who Is going to write Heming-
way's life story. He's the only one
who can do It. If he does It and
says OK to a movie, Id love to
play it."
Clark's as two-fisted as any
honorees by the host and host-
ess. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor are
leaving soon for Norfolk, Virgi-
nia, where Mr. O'Connor will be
stationed.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Unslcker en-
tertained with an Informal din-
ner at their quarters on the Coco
Solo Naval Station Monday eve-
ning for Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor.
Mrs. R. E. Slgman was also pre-
sent.
Work Night
At Cristobal Church
Tonight Is work night at the
Cristobal Union Church. The men
of the church are requested to
meet at the church at 7:00 p.m.
and to be prepared to do paint-
ing and carpentry.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest ,
Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Forrest
entertained with a dinner party
at their Cristobal home. Follow-
ing dinner home moving pictures
were shown.
Their guests were: Dr. and
Mrs. Henry Simmons, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Dlsharron and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Zimmerman of Balboa,
with Eddie Simmons and Ernest
Forrest.
Family Moving Picture
The Young People of the Cris-
tobal Union Church are sponsor-
ing an evening of moving pic-
tures at the Cristobal Union
Church. The picture Is "The Re-
former and The Red Head."
A contribution will be taken to
defray the costs of the film, and
light refreshments will be sold.
Visitors :
Mrs. Fred Newhard, Miss Ann
Newhard and Freddie of Gatun,
crossed the Isthmus Sunday to
visit Mrs. Newhard's brother and
stster-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Basham of Balboa. The
gorup celebrated Mr. Basham's
birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Abble de Linares, of Pan-
am City, was a guest at the- Ho-
tel Washington during the week
end and attended the Inter-
American Women's Club Instal-
lation luncheon.
BALBOA
lOPENING SATURDAYS
BLESSED
EVENT
for the millions
wtio lovad
Tither o the Budi"
M-G-M
presents
the
funniest
picture
of '51!
A
riot
frorfi
tiowmVi^ I
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...>
Hemingway hero In "Lone Star,"
now before the cameras and ad-
mits taht he's enthused about a
movie for the first time since his
return to Hollywood from war
service.
"The casting departments at
the studios are driving us crazy.
Everybody wants to gee our TV
pictures. Even Cecil B. DeMIlle
sent over for one."
Bing Crosby's brother Everett
talking, as TV film chier for Bing
Crosby Enterprises. And take It
from Everett, movie actors are
already "broken down" on the
Idea of shifting over to TV film.
"We're talking deals with Ann
Sheridan. Gene Lockhart and
Harold Lloyd," Everett said.
"Look it's the same as making a
movie."
Bing on TV film? "He's a lay
boy, you know," said Everett. "But
if a good idea comes up that won't
work him too hard, hell star in
pictures for television, too."
Meanwhile, producers may
yell and agents may scream, but
movie actors are mapping their
own television strategy under
the banner of the Theater Work-
shop.
Arthur Kennedy, who formed
the group, whispered it:
"Boy Ryan, Hugo Haas, Akim
Tamirof f and lots of others are in
this. We're already discussing a
weekly TV dramatic stock com-
fiany. If they can get away with
t. actors like Alan Ladd and Kirk
Douglas will play bits in the be-
5Inning. A theater group these
ays is protection for the actor In
a fast-changing Hollywood. It of-
fers him security."
ever Rita Hayworth is worth, it
ain't hay."
Short Takes: Deanna Durbln's
baby is due In Paris June 30___
Bob Montgomery's TV show may
move to Hollywood for filming
the first of many___Liz Taylor Is
due for a new contract at MGM
with a big boost In salary. She's
winding up seven years on the
lot.... Sir Cedric Hardwicke,
quoted by the late James Agate:
"I can't act. I have never act-
ed. And I shall never act. What I
can do is to suspend the au-
dience's power of judgment until
I have finished."
Lyle Talbot makes a film come-
back In Columbia's "Pur pi a
Heart Diary." ... It's Rosemary
DeCamp as William Powell's wlf
In "The Treasure of Franchard"
at UI. Several years ago she play-
ed his maid in a movie___While
In England. Bob Hope sent a
postcard to his brother Jack
which read: "Love from the tal-
ented one." '
UI and Fox are growling at
each other. Fox wanted to bor-
row. Jeff Chandler to replace Ty
Power In "Lydla Bailey" and UI
gave out with a big NO... .Mar-
jorie Main and Percy Kilbrlde
will whoop It along the Rue de la
Paix In "Ma and Pa Kettle Go to
Paris." UI's brain trust also came
up with "Francis Goes Home" as
their mule star's next after next
after next.
Harry Clmrlng again: "What-
y
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"PAINTED HILLS"
Alto Showlni Thursday I
DIABLO HTS.
1:15 S:23
'FEDERAL AGENT AT LARGE"
and "PRISONERS IN PETTICOATS"
__________Thursday "OUTRAGE" .
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Mala POWERS Tod ANDREWS
"OUTRAGE" .
_______Thuwday "MOLLY"
GAMBOA
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Ray MILLAND Hedy LAMARR
'Copper Canyon" (Technicolor)
Thuraday "CINDERELLA"
MARGARITA
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John WAYNE Henry TONDA
"FORT APACHE"
Imriday "THEY LIVE BY N1GHT"_
CRISTOBAL
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ill 1:15
Elfanor PARKER Patrela NEAL
"THREE SECRETS"
Also Showing Thuradayl
New Fiiends!
New Enemies! _
' New Adventures!,
..for LASSIE, the wonder dog!
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Air-Conditioned
TODAY ONLY!
Back where the world
wants her!
Ex-Princess Aly Khan
glorious
RITA HAYWORTH
on the screen again, in
"DOWN TO EARTH"
in Technicolor!
Her most memorable hit!
Opening TOMORROW!
HUSH MARLOWE
UN JMGER
EDGAR BUCHMUI
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4TH
Pre-Release Engagement!
"BORN YESTERDAY"
With Academy Award Winner
JUDY HOLIDAY
Sorry!
Due To
Circumstances
Beyond Our
Control
"LET'S
DANCE"
Will Not Be
Shown?
CECILIA THEATRE
TODAY!
Will her ambition destroy
the boy's musical genius?
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ZACHARY SCOTT
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WOMAN IN WHITE"
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ENCANTO THEATRE
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THE GREAT PLANE ROBBERY"
CAPITOLIO THEATU
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Un Crucero
BOLETN
LONDRES, Junio 27 El Almirantairo anuncio
ue el crucero britnico "Mauritius" lleg a las Inmedia-
ciones de Abadan en Irn despus de haber navegado
arca de millas rio arriba deade el Galio Persa. Ml
Al miao tiempo le ha anunciado ue el Primer Mi-
nistro Clement Attlea y el dirigente conservador Winston
Cherchill decidieron celebrar na urgente conferencia se-
eret vara tratar sobra la criii de Irn.
TEHERAN, Junio VJ (TJP)Irn enve apresuradamenU re-
fuenos de tropas a Abadan, y se ha eonyocado a na sesien de
Gabinete a fin de hacerle frente a la emergencia surgida con el
nrio del crucero britnico -Mauritius" al gran puerto petrolero.
. Puentes Iranias Insistieran en ue na corren peligro las vi-
y las Fuerzas de Ir'n frenfe a frente
das ni propiedades br:nicas razones ue dieron los britnicas
para el envo del crucero a Abadan.
El Embajador de Gran Bretaa, Sir Francis Shepherd, dijo
que todava no se ha tomado una decisin sobre la evacuacin
de 2.5M britnicos ejnc continan en les campos petroleros.
Se han confirmado les Informes de ue el trabajo ha aido
suspendida en Agha Jarl, el campo petrolero ms grande en el
r de Irn. Los britnicos terminaron sus operaciones cuando
los tanques de deposite en Bandar Mashur, puerto de los campos
petroleros, fueron llenadas.
El Embajador Shepherd dije que los envos de gasolina de
aviacin a Basra. Iraq, en donde se encuentra una base de la
Real Fuerza Area, han sido "evitados" suspendidos, y no sabe
la rasen.
Shepherd acus a les Iranios d obstruir la salida de los bri-
tnicos y las operaciones de la compaa. Dijo que los britni-
cos son sometidos a demoras Injustificadas en las aduanas y que
lea bancos de Irn ae niegan a aceptar cheques endosados per la
nueva "Iranian National Oil Co.".
Bajo rdenes britnicas, los (1 barcos-tanques en Abadan se
niegan a recibir petrleo. Los barcos-tanques han recibido ins-
trucciones de descargar el petrleo antes ue firmar recibos de-
clarando que el petrleo pertenece a la "Iranian National OH Co. .
LONDRES, Junio 27 (UP) Gran Bretaa ha terminado sus
planes para la evacuacin de les subditos britnicos de Irn y
mantiene a sus unidades navales r militares alertas para que se
dirijan Inmediatamente a los campos petroleros si los Iranios tra-
tan de intervenir en la evacuacin.
El crucero de S.tM toneladas, "Mauritius" con sus caones de
nueve y seis pulgadas, se encuentra navegando por el rio rabe)
y deber llegar en la tarde de hoy al mayor puerto do Irn y
sede de la refinera ms grande del mundo.
Informes recibidos del Cairo dicen que las tropas britnica*
en el Canal de Sues se encuentran en estado de alerta para vo-
lar desde Basra en Iraq, a 40 millas al oeste de Abadan. Una
unidad especial de paracaidistas se encuentra alerta en Chipre,
mientras ue dos fragatas patrullan el Golfo Persa.
Todo parece Indicar ue Gran Bretaa est Jugando uno dtf
los ltimos ases que tiene escondido en las mangas, en la dis-
puta que lleva ya un mes, sobre la nacionalizacin de loa cam-
pos petroleros que proveen a Gran Bretaa con la cuarta parta)
del petrleo que importa, y abastece su flota del Mediterrnea,
adems de ser una fuerte fuente de ingresos para su economa.
HOA
UN Kcs.
PANAMA
HOW
roo Kcs.
COLON
PRONTO! Muy PRONTO!
El Lunes, t de Julio
a las S:M p.m.
DON QAKERO
con la interesante serie:
EL DILEMA DE
MARIA RODRIGUEZ.
Red Panamericana
Panama Amrica
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
MADERAS
de
construccin
AGENCIAS
GLOBALES, 84,
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
a Juan Franco.
Telfono 3-lSOf.
ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA. R. P., MIRCOLES, JUNIO 87, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
La paz debe negociarse en el campo de batalla
Crditos por B. 400.000.00
fueron aprobados ayer por
la Legislativa Permanente
Crditos por B. 400.00 fueron
probados esta maana por la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te, en su sesin regular, a la
que asistieron, el Ministro de E-
aucacln, Ingeniero Ricardo J.
Bermdez, el Ministro de Tra-
bajo Previsin Social y Salud
Pblica, Ingeniero Juan de Ar-
co Gallndo y el Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro, don Victor
Navas.
Los crdilos aprobados poi la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te en su sesin de esta maana
son los siguientes: Partida de
B. 135.000 para el cumplimiento
de obligaciones contradas wor
Panam con el Servicio Coope-
rativo de Educacin; partida de
B. 50.000 para el cumplimiento
de obligaciones contradas por
Panam con el Servicio Intera-
merlcano de Salud Pblica; y
partida de B 215.000 para pagar
el primer abono del emprstito
de tres millones de balboas con-
trado con. la Ciirlqui Lar. el
Company, y cuyo pago debi de
efectuarse el 15 de mar,
pasado.

Una Feria Internacional se
celebrar con motivo del
Centenario de Coln en 1952
TT
Hablar esla noche
en los Leones don
Eduardo Healy Jr.
Gran expectativa existe por
la conferencia que sobre proble-
mas agropecuarios presentar
esta noche ante el Club de
Leones de Panam, don J. Ed-
ward Healy Presidente del
Chase Bank de esta ciudad.
Esta conferencia ser presen-
tada durante el transcurso de
la sesin ordinaria de los Leo-
nes que se llevar a cabo en
loa salones del Club Unin a
las 8 p.m.
La importante conferencia de
Mr. Healy que se titula "La
Banca Privada y la Interven-
cin Estatal: dos factores esen-
ciales en el Desarrollo Agrope-
cuario Nacional", ser ofrecida
exactamente a las 8:45 de la
noche, y era radiodifundida por
todo el pas a travs de cana-
les de control remoto de Radio
Cadena Mlramar, en su onda
corta de 6030 kilociclos, y su
onda larga de 040 kilociclos,
banda de 49 metros.
Varias personalidades de nues-
tro mundo poltico e industrial.
.. i- p*. Col 7
Ayer qued Instalado el Co-
mit Organizador del Primer
Centenario de la ciudad de Co-
ln e Inmediatamente comenz
a laborar, adoptndose medidas
provisionales para iniciar la Or-
ganizacin del programa de las
fiestas.
En principio se acord cele-
brar una Perla Internacional de
carcter con.erclal e industrial,
a la que sern invitados gran
nmero de pases, principal-
mente los de Centroamrlca y
el Caribe. Sobre este particular,
ya se han recibido ofrecimientos
de firmas comerciales extran-
jeras y nacionales que estn
dispuestas a cooperar en el de-
sarrollo de esta Feria
Una exposicin histrica ser
presentada en el viejo edificio
de la estacin del Ferrocarril,
que ser restaurado para tal
efecto. All se exhibirn obje-
tos de valor histrico relacio-
nados con la ciudad de Coln
y el Ferrocarril.
Como obras materiales se es-
tn dando los pasos para la
construccin de una biblioteca
en la ciudad de Coln. En este
sentido el Comit Organizador
cuenta con la colaboracin del
Comit de Bibliotecas de Coln,
con el Consejo Municipal y un
numeroso grupo de organiza-
ciones culturales. Se proyecta
tambin terminar la amplia-

Tres buques tanques sern
construidos para compaas
Panameas en los EE. UU.
WASHINGTON, Junio 27 (Pi
La Comisin Martima de Es-
tados Unidos anunci la api ci-
tacin de la construccin en as-
tilleros norteamericanos de seis
grandes buques-tanques pai a
compaas panameas.
La aprobacin fu concn. ln
bijo condicin que los barcos no
traficarn con puertos que le
han sido prohibidos a los 'oar-
cos norteamericanos y en la Ri-
guridad que stos barcos esta-
rn a disposicin de Estados U-
nldos en tiempo de emergencia
La Comisin Martima iizo
ver claramente que la aproba-
cin no deber ser considerado
como una aprobacin tcita de
cuotas de materiales controla-
cioi o escasos usados en la cons-
truccin de barcos-
La probacin le fu concedi-
da a la "Newport Shipbuilding
and Dry Dock Company" para
la construccin de dos buque*
tanques de 30,000 toneladas ca-
da uno para la "Tank Ships s.
A.", una compaa panamea
de capital norteamericano, a le
'Bethlehem Steel Co." para H
construccin de un buquetair^ua
de 29.000 toneladas y a la "Sun
Shipbuilding Co." para la cons-
truccin de un buque-tanque dr
tl',000 toneladas, ambos para 'r.
Brilliant Transportation Co.-v.-
:>any, 8. A..", subsidiaria de la
"Socony Vaccum OU Co.'; y a la
' BethleViem Sparrows Point
.Shipyard" para la construccin
de dos buques-tanques de 29,0 :o
toneladas cada uno para la
"Compaa Naviera Santander
o. A."-
Estatuto de Prensa
reemplazar a la
censura en Colombia
BOGOTA. Junio 27 (UP)
Fuentes oficiales informaron
que se encuentra listo el nuevo
Estatuto de Prensa adoptado por
primera vez en Colombia v ha
sido elaborado por el Ministro
de Gobierno de acuerdo con ins-
trucciones del Partido Conser-
vador.
Agregaron las esferas que en
el estatuto "se suspende la cen-
sura de prensa y se establecen
sanciones para aquellas Infrac-
ciones que seala expresamente
el Cdigo Penal".
Se tiene entendido que el pro-
yecto ser firmado nor el Pre-
sidente de la Repblica v que
ser dado a conocer la prxima
semana
Se revela por primera vez la
base de la propuesta de Rusia
Los soldados rojos
de Corea piden una
"guerra total"
HONG KONG, Junio 27 (UP)
La radio comunista de Pekn
dijo anoche que las tropas chi-
nas que se .encuentran en Co-
rea le cablegrafiaron al diri-
gente comunista Mao Tze Tung
pidindole que continuara la
lucha con una "guerra total.-'
El mensaje fu enviado a
Mao y al Comit central del
Partido Comunista en ocasin
del 30o. Aniversario del Partido
Comunlstf de China que se-ce-
lebrar el lo. de julio.
El mensaje deca que "las tro-
pas chinas han frustrado tos
sueos norteamericanos de con-
quistar Corea y han sentado
las bases para una victoria fi-
nal aunque una larga lucha
nos spera."
Deca tambin que los chi-
nos han estado peleando con-
tra equipo superior pero que
"la valenta e inteligencia co-
munistas prevalecern porque
tienen el apoyo de cientos de
millones de personas amantes
de la paz en todo el mundo.'
"Los chinos comunistas no s-
lo ganarn, sino que tambin
organizarn un moderno ejr-
cito invencible."
Encontraron en la
Zona el cadver
de una mujer
Un crimen parece haberse des-
cubierto en la Zona del Canal
con el encuentro del cuerpo de
una mujer asesinada en las cer-
canas del Hospital Naval en la
Zona Atlntica.
Los oficiales de la Zona dije-
ron que la mujer mostraba tres
heridas en el abdomen y pare-
ce haber muerto hace tres o cua-
tro das.
Es una mujer, morena, de me-
diana edad. Se espera que cuan-
do se le haga la autopsia se le
tomen las huellas digitales para
facilitar su identificacin.
Hasta Churchill debe
impuestos en la Rep.
Argentina ahora
BUENOS AIRES. Junio 27
(UP)El Juez Juan Carlos O-
jam Gach dict un embargo
preventivo contra varias propie-
dades de Ezeauiel P. Paz y se-
ora Zelmira Paz de Anchorena.
con motivo del juicio de cobro
de impuestos en el cual se recla-
ma tambin a aquellos propieta-
rios del diarlo "La Prensa", los
impuestos por ingresos persona-
les que se dice deben tambin
Winston Churchill, el General
Dwight Eisenhower. Paul Rey-
naud y otras personalidades In-
ternacionales.
El Juez Ojam accedi a la
peticin de la Direccin Gene-
ral Impositiva que leclama al
seor Paz y seora Paz de An-
chorena 1349.292 pesos por la
supuesta falta de pago de Im-
puestos sobre Ingresos persona-
les. Impuestos de exceso de uti-
lidades, e impuestos que se dice
deben las personalidades citadas
por dinero recibido por el pago
de articules publicados en "La
Prensa".
De acuerdo con disposiciones
legales de Argentina, es necesa-
rio pagar impuestos sobre eual-
euler Ingreso personal obtenido
all.
La peticin de la Direccin
General Impositiva deca que
"La Prensa" deba haber reteni-
do la parte correspondiente a
los Impuestos sobre lo oue pago
por los articulas de Churchill.
Eisenhower, Reynaud y otros.
El Embajador de los Estados
Unidos se entrevist con el
Ministro Ruso, A. Gromyko
NACIONES UNIDAS, Junio 27
iUP) Una fuente bien lnor-
mada dijo que la propuesta tu-
ba para un cese de fuego en Co-
rea significa que este deber
ser negociado entre los coman-
dantes de Coran del Norte y ia
Naciones Unidas en el campo de
batalla. Agreg que la poltica
no tendr nada que ver en el
cese de fuego.
La lucha, terminar en el Ta-
ialelo Say la China comunlsu
no tomar parte en las negocia-
ciones preliminares en el campo
de batalla. La China roja Insis-
te en que sus tropas que lucnan
un Corea slo son "voluntarias'"
MOSC, Janlo 27 (UP) El
Vice-Mmistro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores de Rusia, Andrei Gio-
nyko, recibi al Embajador de
Estados Unidos a Jas 2:30 de la
tarde, hora de Mosc.
El Embajador de Estadas U-
nldos visit a Gromyko Junto
ton Edward Freers, Consejcio
de la Embajada y experto en a-
suntos rusos, y Richard M. Ser-
vice, experto en asuntos del Le-
jano Oriente de la Embajuaa
Aunque Gromyko lleg slo a-
Guatemala extendi
salvoconducto a un
asilado poltico
GUATEMALA, Junio 27 (UP)
La Cancillera de Guatemala
extendi un salvoconducto al
Coronel Carlos Castillo Armas,
quien se encuentra asilado en
la Legacin de Colombia, des-
pus de haber escapado de la
crcel.
El Canciller Manuel Gallch
declar que Castillo Armas po-
dr salir cuando quiera, ya que
Guatemala ha mantenido cons-
tantemente la tesis sobre el de-
recho de asilo.
yr en la tarde despus de 14
emanas de conferencias en P-
ris, inici inmediatamente sus
labores como Vlce-Mlnistro de
Relaciones Exteriores.
El Embajador de Estados Un-
dos ha sido el primer diplom-
tico extranjero en ser recibido
por Gromyko desde su regra/j.
Gromyko est a cargo del Mi-
nisterio de Relaciones Exteriores
e Rusia mientras dure la con-
valecencia del Ministro Andiei
Vfehlnsky-
La conversacin entre Gromy-
ko y el Embajador de Estados
Unidos dur 20 minutos, y te
fu apresuradamente a la Em-
bajada para enviar un despacho
a Washington.
Asistir a funcin de
ballet el Pdle.
Arosemena
El Excelentsimo seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica, don Alcl-
biades Arosemena y la Primera
Dama de la Repblica, dona
Heliodora de Arosemena, asis-
tirn a la funcin de gala del
"ballet" que se presentar el
viernes a las 8:15 de la noche
en el Teatro Nacional.
El ballet que se presentar
en el Teatro Nacional cuenta
con Nana ollncr, primera bai-
larina del cuerpo ae ballet del
Metropolitan de Nueva'York y
Paul Petroff, uno de los ms
grandes bailarines de nuestro
tiempo.
La pareja Gollner-Petroff ocu-
pa un puesto destacado entre
los grandes bailarines y core-
grafos del mundo.
Su conjunto de 20 personas
ha sido seleccionado entre los
mejores bailarines del Metropo-
litan Opera House y del Ballet
Theatre de Nueva York.
Con su debut en el Teatro
Nacional el prximo viernes, se
iniciar la temporada de ballet
de mayor categora que haya
presenciado el pblico de Pa-
nam en los ltimos aos.
Los comunistas se retiran a
29 millas del Paralelo 38
No se efectu ayer
la entrevista con
Malik y Enlezam
NUEVA YORK, Junio 27 CUP)
El Delegado Sovitico ante las
Naciones Unidas, Jacob Malik,
aparentemente se restableci de
la dolencia que le aquejaba,
pues vino ayer en automvil de
su residencia en Glen Cove,
Long Island, a su mansin en
sta ciudad pero no trat de
comunicarse con el Presidente
de la Asamblea General de las
Naciones Unidas, Nasrollah En-
tezam.
El personal de su oficina di-
Jo anoche que Malik no estaba
en la ciudad, pero en su re-
sidencia de Glen Cove se dijo
nue haba salido para Nueva
York.
Entezam se retir a las seis
de la tarde, tras esperar en va-
no todo el da aque Malik lo
llamara por telfono para con-
certar una conferencia sobre la
propuesta que hizo ste para
acordar el cese de rostllldades
en Corea.
TOKIO, Junio 27 (UP) Los
comunistas chinos dieron sea-
les de estarse preparando para
abandonar la linea externa de
oeensa que protege su basUn
Je Kumsong en Corea central.
Aviones de reconocimiento es-
tuvieron volando sobre las po-
siciones comunistas y los p'-
lotos Informaron que los co-
munistas estn tratando de mo-
vilizar sus abastecimientos *.ia-
cia el mismo Kumsonn, 29 Uil-
ias al norte del Pratelo 36.
Las fuerzas de las Naciones
Unidas lograron avanzar de una
a tres millas por la carretera
Hwachon-Kumsong en las ulti-
mas 24 horas en contra de una
resistencia moderada de parlo
de las tropas rojas que etn
cubriendo la aparente retiraua.
Un poco ms hacia el oeste
tropas de las Naciones Unidos
estn luchando por sostenerse
en un estratgico cerro que ha
cambiado de manos doce veces
en los ltimos tres das. Los
aliados lograron recapturar el
eerro ayer, pero dos pelotones
comunistas lo estaban atacan-
do hoy otra ves.
Los aviones de combate y
bombardeo aliados estaban a-
poyando las lneas aliadas lan-
zando proyectiles cohetes y bom-
bas d gasolina contra las tro-
pas rojas a slo cien yardas
delante de las lineas aliadas.
Esta ha sido la accin ms
Importante en todo el frente
coreano pues ambos bandos pa-
recen estar preparando sus li-
neas de defensa sin planear
una ofensiva general Inmedia-
to.
Se renen el sbado
Bachilleres del 42
El sbado 30 a la 1 de la tar-
de se reunirn en el Jardn El
Rancho los Bachilleres gradua-
dos de 1S42 del Instituto Nacio-
nal para tratar de asuntos de
inters para todos.
La Comisin encargada de a-
rreglar la reunin est integra-
da por Miguel Fernndez, Er- I en
nesto Rlcha y Jos B. Martinez deneia con
Varios artistas
de jerarqua en
festival del 30
Los Clubes Nocturnos "Rialto"
y 'Tierra Feliz" han ofrecido
gentilmente su cooperacin al
"Club de Esposas de Periodis-
tas*' para el gran festival que en
beneficio de los voceadores de
peridicos se llevar a cabo en
Mbardn Balboa el sbado 30
de junio en la noche.
El seor Camilo Cedeo. Ge-
rente del Club "Rialto". llevar
al festival de las Esposas de Pe-
riodistas a la excelente Intrpre-
te de bailes espaoles Amrica
Vlvanco y a la bella cantante
peruana Aura del Mar.
Don Lucho Donado Demare.
Gerente del Club "Happy Land",
ofreci el conjunto de "Rosita y
Antonio", conocidos Intrpretes
del baile clsico espaol: a la
sin par Jlpsy Romero, cantante
de boleros ya la despampanan-
te Zoila Gonzlez.
SI noble gesto de los distin-
guidos caballeros Cedeo y Do-
nado Demare ha sido comen-
tado muy favorablemente por las
organizadoras.
Acta esta noche
la Republicana
Programa que ofrece esta no-
che la Banda Republicana:
1.Marcha:
Hroes de MU"
Charpentler
2.Obertura:
"Rio Rita"
Arr. Bennett
3.Rapsodia:
"Rapsodia en Azul"
Gershwin
LValse:
"Vida de Artista"
trauss
5.Pasillo:
"Tito Belaehe"
Menotti
8.Danzn:
"Almendra''
Valds
El Director.
Eduardo Charpeatfer.
Nota: Este concierto ser re-
petido el domingo a las S p.m.
el Parque de la Indepen-
da colaboracin de
Los barcos paralizados por
la huelga iniciaron ayer
sus operaciones en la Unin
NUEVA YORK, Junio 27 (UP)
Los barcos de la costa orien-
tal de Estados Unidos reanuda-
ron sus operaciones al llegarse
a un arreglo de la huelga mar-
tima que llevaba once das. Sin
embargo, la huega contra as
compaas de comunicaciones y
las lineas areas, contina an.
El plazo establecido por 35.CO0
empleados de la Western Union
>e est acercando a su fin Mn
que hayan Indicios de que la
cilsputa pueda ser arreglada an-
tes de recurrir a la huelga. La
huelga contra la Compaa in
Telgrafos y Telfonos del Pa-
cifico contina, aunque hay in-
dicios que los 10,000 huelguista*
estn llegando a un arregio.
Tanto los pilotos de la A&o-
oacin Nacional de Pilotos cj-
mo la United Airlines estn
bombardeando al Presidente
Truman con ofertas para ter-
minar la huelga de 900 plloUe
que lleva ya diez das.
Por gastos de representacin
se adeuda a la Corte Suprema
ms de veinte mil balboas
La Corte Suprema en pleno,
integrada pr i Presidente, el
doctor Erasmo de la Guardia y
por los Magistrados, doctores
Ricardo A. Morales y Publio A.
Vsquez, Enrique Gerardo A-
brahams y Carlos Biebarach, se
aperson ayer en la maana a
la Presidencia de la Repblica,
para solicitarle al Jefe del Es-
tado que incluyera en el pr-
ximo presupuesto de Rentas y
Gastos, la partida de B. 22,500,
que se les adeuda, desde hace
quince meses, en concepto de
gastos de representacin.
Datos obtenidos por este dia-
rlo indican que el seor Pre-
Ultimado de una
pualada sujeto
en El Chumical
El campesino Jeremas Rosas
fue muerto de una certera pu-
alada en el pecho el lunes pa-
sado, por Alfonso VUlarreal, en
el casero del Chumical. cir-
cunscripcin del Distrito de
Montijo, en la Provincia de Ve-
raguas, segn Inform a este
diarlo el seor Procurador Ge-
neral de la Repblica, Licencia-
do Vctor A. de Len 8.
De acuerdo con informes tele-
grficos llegados desde la regln
del crimen, el Personero Munl-
cinal del Distrito de Montijo, a-
delanta la Instruccin de las su-
marlas correspondientes, mien-
tras el victimario Alfonso VI-
llarreal ha sido detenido en la
Crcel Pblica de Montijo.
sldenle prometi a los Magis-
trados de la Corte atenler a su
lusta solicitud en el sentido de
incluir la correspondiente par-
tida para pagarles loa B. 300.00
mensuales que se les adeuda
desde hace quince meses e in-
cluir asimismo, las futuras par-
tidas para cubrir estos gastos.
Denuncia el Alcalde
la venta de varas
motocicletas
El Alcalde del Distrito, doctor
Alberto Navarro, llama la a-
tencln, mediante nota de fe-
cha de ayer, al seor Procura-
dor General de la Nacin sobre
una Investigacin adelantada
en la Alcalda por el Licencia-
do ngel Vega Mndez, Alcalde
Primer Suplente concerniente a
la desaparicin de 23 motoci-
cletas marca "Indian Scouts",
consideradas como bienes mue-
bles del Municipio. Dice el Al-
calde Navarro al Procurador de
Len que la Alcalda deseaba
seguir hasta su terminacin la
referida investigacin, pero mo-
tivos de competencia privan a
la misma de su conocimiento,
ya que por tratarse de una su-
ma de veintitrs mil balboas J
de miembros del Consejo Mu-
nicipal los negociadores, com-
pete al Ministerio Pblico su
exclusivo conocimiento.
Circulacin pagada ayer
22,900
El Senado Norteamericano se
pronuncia contra el proceso
seguido al Arzobispo Groesz
WASHINGTON, Junio 27
(U8I8) Una resolucin cu
que se condena el proceso del
arzobispo Joef Groesz de Hur.-
> Haradou.
.Carlos Porras, Tenor.
En Miraflores se
ha desatado una
invasin de moscas
A pesar de todas las gestio-
nes hechas hasta ahora, los mo-
radores de la Urbanizacin de
Miraflores, no han podido soc-
egutr que el Departamento de
Galud Publica se interese en ex-
terminar la invasin de morcas
que hace insoportable la vida
de los habitantes.
Ya son numerosas las quejas
que han llegado a nuestra ic-
c1 accin con tal motivo y ios
..uejosos nos han manifestado
su inconformidad por la poca a-
tencln que se le ha prestado a
este asunto que va en perjuicio
de la salud de los asociados.
gria est a la consideracin ael
Senado de ios Estados Unidos.
La resolucin expresa que el
ai resto, confinamiento y juicio
del arzobispo "pone de mani-
fiesto una vez ms la violacin
de las libertades humanas fun-
damentales" en Hungra.
La resolucin pide una fuer-
te protesta en las Naciones U-
i.ldas "o en cualquier otro mi-
di que sea apropiado".
El Senador Irving M. Ivs, de
Nueva York, present la resolu-
cin el lunes en nombre suyo
y del Senador Brlen McMaho-.,
Ue Connecticut. En declaracin
para la prensa, dijo:
"El mundo libre se ha estre-
mecido por las Informaciones que
dan cuenta de la odiosa prisin
_ "confesin" obligada del Ar-
zobispo Groesz. Slo podea.ue'
especular acerca de los medios
repugnantes que se han utiliza-
do para extraer estas desfigu-
raciones de los labios de eat
roble varn".
E) Senador pidi a los pue'jlas
libres que se asocien en un mea
saje de esperanza y estimulo p
ra el prelado encarcelada-


PAGINA DOS
IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, JUNIO 27, 1951
PatiamaAmrca
MAMO INDI-WUUNT
MAR*O0IO IA. otlC70
BOITONA PANAMA AMCHICA. A.
TiLtrjNo a-7o :ct"ti mviui a*too potai No. 114
CN (US TIL[ SITUADO fN '.SI* CIUDAD. CALLt H. MO. 7,
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
POLTICA RECTIFICADORA EN EL
BANCO AGROPECUARIO?"
La comunidad ha visto con simpata el recien-
te comunicado de la Junta Directiva del. Banco
Agropecuario en el cual se dice que dicha insti-
tucin "no comprar ms ganado del exterior sal-
vo en casos de escasez comprobada y luego de
or la opinin de los ganaderos del pas, y que,
en todas las compras que en el futuro haga el Ban-
co se seguir el procedimiento de Concurso de Pre-
cios o Licitacin, dndose a estas compras toda la
publicidad que sea posible."
Las declaraciones transcritas justifican la es-
peranza de que el Agropecuario inicie una etapa
rectificadora en su poltica econmica, la cual, de
lograrse, sera sumamente provechosa para el pas.
Ha sido una verdadera lstima que este organismo
no haya cumplido a cabalidad la misin que le se-
al la ley y. sobre todo, el espritu que inspira en
estos casos la tcnica que rige un Banco de esta
naturaleza.
El pueblo panameo y especialmente los co-
merciantes e industriales permanecern vigilantes
observando las actividades del Banco Agropecua-
rio porque, cuando ste se aparta de su legtima
misin, son ellos los perjudicados en diversas for-
mar. -
Por lo categrico del Comunicado aludido es
de esperarse que la conducta de esta institucin se
enmarque en todo momento dentro de las saluda-
bles normas enunciadas en la declaracin. mencio-
nada. Con ello se lograr que el Banco Agropecua-
rio no sea presa de intrigas y de influencias que
determinen su funcionamiento en beneficio distin-
to al del pueblo panameo.
En debate pblico se ha puesto de manifies-
to la inconformidad comunal en relacin a ciertas
actividades del Banco Agropecuario. Se sabe, pues,
que el pas ha denunciado irregularidades y, por
consiguiente, es lgico creer que los que actual-
mente orientan la poltica del Banco harn todo
el esfuerzo posible por erradicar esas anomalas
tatn perjudiciales para los intereses de la comuni-
dad.
La misin del Banco Agropecuario, de cum-
plirse fielmente, podra ser muy provechosa para
la economa nacional. Ojal que ello se obtenga con
el concurso patritico de sus altos funcionarios y
con la crtica serena y honrada de los elementos
capaces del pas. ________
Drew Pearson dice: El Presidente Truman puso a Marga-
ret al tanto de los "gigolos" europeos; El Kuomintang
tiene un partido poltico en los Estados Unidos; Los
barrios chinos trabajan para una guerra total entre
China y Estados Unidos.
El "Arho Oportuno
?5
Es Horn to v Efectiva
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de todo tamao
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WA8HINGTON. El Presi-
dente admiti chistendose el
otro dia que le habla dado a
su hija Margaret unos corne-
jos paternales sobre los "gigo-
los" europeos antes que sta
partiera. La admisin fue hecha
en una conversacin con Harold
Russell, Comandante Nacional
de los Veteranos, cuando Rus-
sell comentaba los aspectos de
buena voluntad del viaje de
Margaret.
"Ella es mejor Embajador
que cualquiera de los que te-
nemos all", dijo el Jete de
los veteranos al orgulloso pa-
p de Margaret.
"Yo me encrespo romo un
perrito mimado cada vez que
oigo eso", dijo Truman ra-
diante. Me es difcil darme
cuenta que ha crecido. Toda-
va creo que ella es de este
tamao".
El Presidente levant su
mana hasta la altura del pu-
pitre.
Todava la llamo "bby"
algunas veces, pero le adver-
t antes de Irse que ninguno
de esos bpedos..."
Truman hizo una pausa, y
decidi no usar una palabra
subida de tono.
.."tipos de all la llaman ,
por ese nombre".
"ANTESALA" CHINA
Si el Senado logra llevar a
cabo su amenaza de investigar
la antesala" china, descubrir
un intento de organizar los ba-
rrios chinos en 45 ciudades nor-
teamericanas con vistas de me-
ter a Estados Unidos en una
guerra general con China.
Tambin descubrir que un
partido poltico extranjero el
Komlntang est operando en
este pas bajo un sistema com-
parable al "Bund" alemn.
El objetivo del Kuomingtang
en este pas es el siguiente:
"Asegurar y mantener el in-
ters de los chinos de Esta-
dos Unidos para ayudar y lle-
var a cabo los objetivos del
Comit Central Ejecutivo del
Kuomintang".
Asi pues, el Kuomintang es
el nico partido poltico en
los Estados Unidos, adems
de los comunistas, cuva nri-
mera lealtad es hacia un Go-
bierno extranjero. Ms' aun,
el Kuomintang no slo esta
dedicado oficialmente a me-
ter a Estados Unidos en nna
guerra total con China, sino
que romo primer paso, sus su-
cursales norteamericanas es-
tn trabajando con la "ante-
sala" china en bombardear el
Congreso con telegramea y
cartas.
Es significativo que los chi-
no-americanos leales se han a-
lejado del Kuomintang, tal co-
mo lo han hecho de los comu-
nistas. Hasta el momento, el
Kuomintang ha tenido xito en
Inscribir slo 3,825 miembros en
45 ciudades, tan solo un pu-
ado de la poblacin total de
chinonamericanos.
QUIEN ES QUIEN EN EL
KUOMINTANG
Los cuarteles del Kuomintang
estn situados en la Calle Stock-
ton No. 844 en el barrio chino
de San Francisco. Sus direc-
tores a Pel Chl Liu, ex-funclo-
narlo del Ministerio de Educa-
cin nacionalista: Fong Chee,
ex-Consejero del Gobierno Pro-
vincial nacionalista de Kwan-
tung, que corresponde a un Go-
bierno de Estado en Estados u-
nidos; y Yong Chang Yu, ex-
especlallsta del Yuan Legisla-
tivo, uno de los cinco Yuans
que controlaban el Gobierno na-
cionalista.
Ki director mas influyente,
'asta su muerte recientemen-
te, fue Kwong Ping Shun,
quien en verdad perteneca a
la legislatura nacionalista y
atenda sesiones en China,
mientras que al mismo tiem-
po diriga el Kuomintang en
este pas y mantena su re-
sidencia oficial en San Fran-
cisco.
Otros directores del Kuomin-
tang en este pais son los Im-
portadores, cuyo negocio prin-
cipal es con Formosa y el cual
depende del Gobierno naciona-
lista. Estos Incluyen a Hoo
Shuck, Fong W. Doon, Fong
Yue y Chin Dook Jow. Otro
director. Hung Jee Wong, es
sub-gerente de "La Joven Chi-
na", un peridico pro-Kuomln-
lanp en chino, que se publica
en San Francisco.
El Kuomintang en este pais
tambin est organizado en
elseo regiones bajo la jefa-
tura de Jack San, en San
Francisco; Louie Mon Ben, en
San Antonio, Tejas; Ng Shi
Jam, en Portland, Oregon:
Yee Jan Tong, en la ciudad
de Nueva York; y Show Kowk
Jing. en Chicago.
Para ayudar a los gastos
de sus actividades, el Kuo- !
mlntang posee varias casas de
apartamentos y opera la es-
cuela de lengua china "Chien
Kuo" en San Francisco.
CAPSULAS CAPITALES
EL PUEBLO PAGA Los
dos Senadores de Colorado
Johnson, Demcrata y MilH-
kin. Republicano han ins-
talado una oficina especial en
el Capitolio para solicitar con-
tratos de guerra para las fir-
mas de Colorado. Esta oficina
est adminlitrada por Ed
Keating, quien fue puesto en
la planilla de Johnson, mien-
tras que Milllkin contribuy
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
Por DEMOSTENES VERGARA
III .
Las siguientes medidas o principios directores de nuestra es-
tructuracin econmica futura surgirn del estudio de las rela-
ciones entre el HOMBRE y el MARCO GEOGRFICO o ambien-
tal donde se desarrollan sus comunidades. Los datos referentes
a constitucin tnica, densidad y distribucin demogrfica y, en
general, los indices cUsificativos de la poblacin en cuanto a sus
ocupaciones econmicas, nos brindan valioso material para idear
los medios de encauzar por sendas venturosas y racionales' las
corrientes sin rumb de sus actividades.
Tenemos asi que nuestra EXIGUA' poblacin (menos de tres
cuartos de milln) se distribuye de manera asaz desigual sobre
nuestro medio geogrfico. La gran mayora de ella se asienta
en la zona meridional de la Cordillera Central y en la seccin
occidental en que el Canal divide la Repblica, al abrigo de los
vientos hmedos del Caribe, en la denominada SOMBRA EOLICA
(ngel Rubio. "La Vivienda Rural Panamea, 1950). Las tierras
bajas albergan los ncleos ms densamente poblados. Prctica-
mente la tercera parte de la poblacin total de la Repblica se
aglomera en y en el entorno inmediato de las ciudades termina-
les de la via Interocenica: Panam y Coln. Ella constituye
los principales ncleos consumidores de productos alimenticios y
representa la porcin menos productiva de bienes materiales de
la Repblica, ya que PRESTA SERVICIOS en la zona del Canal,
en el COMERCIO de estas ciudades canaleras, en nuestra con-
centrada BUROCRACIA administrativa v en nuestras escasas IN-
DUSTRIAS urbanas.
Asi se diferencian los tipos esenciales de ECONOMA DE LA
RUTA o de la zona canalera y la ECONOMA AGRARIA y GA-
NADERA, del resto del "ecmene poltico".
Nuestros economistas han bregado apasionantes torneos dia-
lcticos para querer demostrar ora que el pais debe desarrollarse
por y para el comercio v el turismo, ora que debe olvidar el he-
cho de la existencia del Canal y tornar sus miradas y esfuerzos
hacia el desarrollo,de su agricultura v ganadera y hacia la ex-
plotacin de sus recursos naturales. Ha surgido la idea de que
estos tipos de economa presentan incompatibilidad de co-exis-
tencia. Nosotros pensamos, por el contrario, que no podremos
sustraernos al influjo de uno o de otro v que debemos fomentar
ambos tipos de economa. Es ms, consideramos absurdas las dos
con una secretaria de su pla-
nilla. En la realidad, sin em-
bargo, es el pueblo quien pa-
ga los castos, a fin de que las
compaas de Colorado reci-
ban tratamiento favorable. El
pueblo es quien paga los suel-
dos de esta oficina y tambin
por el espacio que sta ocu-
fia, y todo por ayudar a Co-
orado. Si cada Senador hi-
efera esto por su Estado, el
edificio del Senado estara
inundado. Mientras tanto, el
Senador Douglas de Illinois
no puede encontrar una ofi-
cina en el Capitolio en donde
instalar su Comit que in-
vestida la tica en el Go-
bierno.
EL JEFE DE INTELIGEN-
CIA DE MAC La reciente
declaracin del Mayor Gene-
ral Charles Willoughbv. ex-
jefe del Servicio de Inteli-
gencia de MacArthur en Co-
rea, dista mucho de lo que
dijo a un Comit del Con-
greso en Tokio. En septiem-
bre de 1949, el General Mi
lloughby hizo alarde ante un
grupo de Congresistas que es-
taban de visita, encabezado
por M. G. Burnside de Virgi-
nia Occidental y Charles Dea-
ne de Carolina del Norte, que
l no esperaba ninguna gue-
rra en Corea por lo menos
dentro de dos aos. El ata-
que nor-coreano vino solo H
mese despus.
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Suprema, Robert Jackson le
echo su indirecta al Congre-
so el otro dia. En su opinion
en la decisin sobre el "co-
mercio honrado" que condu-
jo a la guerra de precios
entre los grandes almacenes,
Jackson le lanz esta Indi-
recta a los legisladores: "Se-
leccionar declaraciones casua-
les de los debates del Con-
greso los cuales no siem-
pre se distinguen por su can-
dor o exactitud para for-
marse una Idea de qu ley
el Congreso quera poner en
vigor, seria tratar de suplan-
tar al Congreso. La Consti-
tucin, al requerir tres deba-
tes de una ley en cada C-
mara antes de que sta sea
puesta en vigor, tiene la In-
tencin, asi creo, de asegu-
rarse que el Congreso sepa lo
que est aprobando y aprue-
be lo que quiere".
tendencias extremas y nica racional la doctrina ECLCTICA.
Nuestras caractersticas econmicas actuales son el resultad
espontneo del tremendo impacto de los acontecimientos hist-
ricos de la formacin de la "rota" interocenica. Pero el creci-
miento vegetativo de la poblacin ha sobrepasado con mucho los
servicios humanos que ella demanda Para su funcionamiento, su
mantenimiento y defensa. Sobrevienen las clsicas crisis peri-
dicas que se traducen, en, la falta de poder adquisitivo creciente
de nuestras masas urbanas, agravadas por el desplazamiento ha-
cia la ciudad de masas campesinas ocurrido en los tiempos d
bonanza.
Dejaremos para otra ocasin el estudio de las medidas ten*
dientes a fortificar nuestra economa de "ruta" y a la resolucin
de los complejos problemas de los densos ncleos urbanos de su
extremos terminales. Veamos ahora la serie de medidas que Ins-
gamos necesarias para el fomento de nuestra agricultura nues-
tra ganadera y Us industrias extractivas, selvlculturs, minera.
En primer lugar debemos proporcionar al campesino el ele*
me, c-uy.a labrnxa proporcionar sus medio* de vida: LA TIE-
RRA. Sabemos que slo un 15% o 16% de dichai claaes labrie-
gas son propietarias del terreno que cultivan. Que el promedio
i ss p.arcela* es de 3-5 hectreas. Es, pues, deber primordial
del Estado, poseedor d* la gran mayora de las tierras naciona-
les, distribuir cientficamente las necesarias entre los campesinos
desposedos de ellas. El NOMADISMO de nuestra economa ru-
ra debe ceder el paso progresivo al sistema ROTATIVO de loo
cultivos cuando el campesino cuente con amplias parcelas lbra-
me* y con los medios y, el atesoramiento tcnico que el Estado
esta en la obligacin de brindarle.
. Pero parte apreciable de las tierras situadas a lo largo de las
vas de transporte pertenece a poqusimos dueos. El Estada
puede obligar a los latifundistas que no cultiven ni ofrezcan par
pastos sus Inmensas posesiones a lo largo de los caminos cons-
truidos por el esfuerzo comunal, a fraccionar dicho* terrenos, a
arrendarlos a campesinos desposedos o a darlos simplemente en
usufructo a las clases labriegas. Esto podra conseguirse median-
te la creacin de IMPUESTOS especiales sobre el excedente" do
un razonable hectareaje que se mantuviere Inculto o improducti-
vo. Los criterios de aplicacin de estos impuestos mereceran sin-
gular estudio por parte de tcnicos capacitados; ello dara mar-
gen a una zonificacion de regiones en vista de la aplicacin do
dichas Usas fiscales, cobrables en numerarlo o en tierras.
Antes de abundar sobre el problema de la tierra desde un
punto de vista nacional o geogrfico hagamos resaltar el hecho
, .K1V0 1* sn conom * esta envuelve los aspee-
tos distributivo v de consumo, a mas de otros secundarios cuya
sana armona e interrelacion con el proceso productivo puro ase-
guran su florecimiento normal.
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MIRCOLES. JUMO 27. 1M1
r? P*VAM AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA TRES
i
No se debe unificar a Corea por la fuerza
ii
As declar Dean Acheson en
el Comit de Relaciones de la
Cmara de Representantes
WASHINGTON. Junio 27.
(UP). El Secretario de Es-
tado Dean Acheson dijo al Co-
mit de Relaciones Exteriores
de la Cmara que "no es una
poltica, y nunca deber aer
una poltica unificar a Corea
por medio de la fuerza ar-
mada".
El Representante Lawrence H.
Smith le pregunt a Acheson
aue si la lucha terminaba en
el Paralelo 38. considerara l
que la guerra coreana haba
"terminado exitosamente an
en ausencia de una unifica-
cin".
Acheson contest: "S. Dira
que hemos logrado una terral-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
REFRESQESE
tomando
Le guata ... le cae bien .
La bebida aristocrtica
a precio popular.
nacin exitosa".
Acheson dijo que el objetivo
militar en Corea era "recha-
zar el enemigo y restaurar la
git y la seguridad en esa rea",
lio que despus de eso po-
dra buscarse la unificacin de
Corea.
Continu diciendo que posi-
blemente se hubiera logrado
una unificacin si el General
MacArthur hubiera tenido xi-
to en su campaa para limpiar
Corea del Norte antes de la
entrada de los chinos en la
guerra. Pero an entonces, la
unificacin no era el objetivo
de la campaa militar.
"Cundo el agresor sea re-
chazado", dijo Acheson "las
Naciones Unidas tendrn fren-
te a si la misma tarea que
tenan antes del 25 de Junio
de 1950 para unificar a Co-
rea".
El Tratado de Paz con el Japn
puede estar listo en Septiembre
Ciernan
Pata quitar
manchas, es-
p itiiHasbarros
upecas/
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Tallas 32 a 40.
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Tallas: 4 al 12.
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As lo afirma un
experto del Depto.
de Estado en E. U.
TOKIO, Junio 27 (USIS) El
tratado de paz con el Jap'-n
puede ser firmado el lo. de sep-
tiembre, segn ha informado
John M. Allison, experto del De-
partamento de Estado y Auxi-
liar del Embajador John Fo-sut
Dulles, Asesor Especial sobre a-
suntos relacionados con el
Japn'
Allison se encuentra actual-
mente en Tokio con el fin de in
formar a los oficiales de ocupa-
cin y al Gobierno japons te
ure la terminacin del primer
proyecto revisado que fu con-
venido en el curso de las nego-
ciaciones llevadas a cabo entre
los funcionarios americanos,
britnicos y franceses en Lon-
dres y Pars. Los Estados Unios
lian estado llevando a cabo ais-
cuslones continuas sobre el tra-
tado con todas las naciones In-
teresadas en el mismo.
Dijo Allison en una conferen-
cia de prensa que "cada una de
:as naciones ms interesadas deJ
Pacfico tiene algo qu agregar
o algo qu quitar del proyecte
y agreg:
'Es un esfuerzo conjunto y
me satisface que se haya Hea-
do ya a una importante medi-
da de acuerdo".
Allison dijo que el proyecto
eer presentado de nuevo a '.&
naciones interesadas dentro de
una semana para obtener jus
(omentarios.
De estos documentos se pre-
parar el proyecto final que
probablemente se convertir en
tratado.
Las Naciones Unidas quieren
que se deje a un observador
recorrer la Corea del Norte
NACIONES UNIDAS. Junio 27
(UP). En las Naciones Uni-
das predomina el deseo de que
en caso de negociaciones se
autorice que un observador de
las Naciones Unidas pueda re-
correr Corea.
Hasta ahora los comunistas nun
ca han dejado q' un observador
entre en Corea de! Norte. Cuan-
do en 1948 un observador tra-
t de Inspeccionar las eleccio-
nes se le orden pasar al lado
Sur del Paralelo.
En esta ocasin el observador
no slo tendra que fiscalizar
la suspensin de hostilidades
sino la retirada de fuerzas que
los occidentales desean efectuar
escalonadamente. Es probable
que Estados Unidos trate de
que los comunistas se compro-
metan a aceptar algunos asun-
tos polticos antes de cesar
hostilidades.
Oran Bretaa y otros pases
europeos estn ansiosos en ter-
minar la guerra de Corea para
concentrar sus esfuerzos en la
defensa de Europa y probable-
mente estarn a favor de un
convenio estrictamente militar,
dejando para ms tarde la dis-
cusin de los aspectos polticos
del problema.
En principio, todas las poten-
cias occidentales estn en fa-
vor de una Corea democrtica,
unida y estable econmicamen-
te, que seleccione su Gobierno
democrticamente bajo la lns-
eccln de Jas Naciones Unidas,
mpero, resulta dudoso al estos
objetivos a largo plazo podrn
incluirse en un pacto de cese
de hostilidades.
Es posible que los occidenta-
les acepten una paz que deje
a Corea del Norte bajo Influen-
cia comunista por ahora, sin
perder por ello las esperanzas
de que ms tarde se Incline ha-
cia la democracia.
I vea "El Aviso Qoortuno'
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que, debido a la huelga martima en Nueva
Zelandia hace ocho semanas, no ha llegado
a Panam NI UN GRAMO DE MANTEQUI-
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Como la huelga martima en Nueva Zelan-
dia ha terminado, esperamos muy pronto
la llegada del primer embarque de
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PAG1N*. CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
MIRCOLES, JUNIO VI. 1951
Reanuda el Chase Bank los prstamos Pecuarios
El Seor Healy dio orden en
la maana de hoy l Gerente
de la Sucursal en Chiriqu
cJLa o
uena nutricin
tricioi
Jn servicio del Instituto de Nu ilicin de C. Amrica Panam
Minerales: Hierro
S txt el organismo de una pu-
-sona normal hay menos de 5
IT^amos de hierro, pero su lm-
~-jx>rtancia para nuestro biei.ts-
Z ,-tar es tan grande que la pre-
sencia de esa pequea cantidad
, - .al de la hemoglobina y tam-
\ rin constituyente de todas Us
. clulas de los tejidos.
El hierro del organismo se u-
i bu eficientemente pero no es
destruido sino al contrario pue-
de utilizarse de nuevo. Solo u-
? na parte del hierro del organis-
mo puede perderse por el lolcM-
tino grueso o por la orina o su-
dor. La absorcin de hierro eft
t tubo digestivo depende de U
^~ forma en que se toma: y la or-
-~ma que se considera mas apti
^" para esa absorpcin es la for-
ma ferrosa. Aunque el organis-
mo puede utilizarlo probable-
mente transformndolo en for-
ma ferrosa.
El hierro se almacena en cisi
todos los rganos y en fonr.a
lelatlvamente constante, pero
una disminucin de la cantidad
normal de hierro en el cuerpo
puede causar anemias, especial-
mente en casos de deficiencia
cuando hay un mayor requeri-
miento de hierro como duran-
te el periodo de embarazo, o
cualquier condicin que cau39
perdida de sangre como lesio-
nes internas o uncinarlas, ele.
Algunas anemias son debiuas
a deficiencia de hierro por !a
prdida de este elemento en 'ne-
morraglas o por la incapaclJad
del organismo en asimilar o u-
tlllzarlo en forma normal.
Llegarn a Panam ochocientas
setenta y ocho reses de Nicaragua
Fueron pedidas por
el Agropecuario en
meses anteriores
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1-r-Joergia.
frPartido Autntico Liberal,
Inle.
SOcano.
12Mamfero roedor.
13Del verbo emitir.
,ihEmblemas.
16Calumnias escritas.
"17Nombre de mujer.
18Animal con plumas.
SOAgarrar.
?1Nombre de varn.
2SExclamacin.
2SAmarrar.
27Del verbo soler.
30Nombre de mujer.
31Cuerpo de vestido de mujer.
34Artistas circenses.
36Oficial del ejrcito turco,
"i 37Capital europea.
39Hoja de lata.
JllPropietaria.
42Deseo vehemente.
46Natural de Rusia.
\tDel verbo asar.
*0 Demostrativo.
fllBaile tipleo argentino.
. S3Ciudad de Francia.
15Natural de Anam.
^6Subdivisin de Iaa molculas
87Cloruro de sodio.
8Escuchar.
HSaludables, Inv.
VERTICALES:
1Pasar la noche en vela.
2Nombre de mujer.
3Del verbo gemir.
4Poblacin de Espaa.
5Flor.
6Mueco, ttere.
7Asociacin Militar Ibrica,
Inlc.
1Del verbo libar.
9Perteneciente a la milicia.
10Querido eon adoracin.
11Oorra militar.
14Tirante.
19Adorno en forma de espiral.
1'Demostrativo.
24Pinzas quirrgicas.
26Igualdad de nivel.
2P,Constelacin.
29Adverbio de lugar.
31Oxido de calcio.
32Descendiente de Agar.
33Conforme a la naturaleza.
35Agarradera.
38Brotar, surgir.
40Rito catlico, Inv.
43El que comete felonas.
44Muestra algo.
45Novenos.
47Desocupacin, vagancia.
49Letra griega, Pl.
51Valle de Espaa.
92Terminacin de diminutivo,
Inv.
54Autillo.
Mil.l'CION O ATEP
Segn comunicado de la Di-
rectiva del Banco Agropecuario
an faltan por llegar a Panama
378 reses que fueron pedidas por
iu pasada administracin y que
segn informes obtenidos .pro-
ceden de Nicaragua.
He aqu el comunicado de la
Directiva del Banco:
Panam, Junio 25 de 1951
La Junta Directiva del Banco
Agro-Pecuario e Industrial hec?
aaber lo siguiente:
lo.) Que de las compras a
ganado hechas por la Admil:,-
'racin anterior de esta Insti-
tucin, slo faltan por llegar o-
cho clentas setenta y ocho (8'8)
reses, las cuales se vendern, en
pie, a razn de B. 0.1125 por
libra.
2o.) Que el Banco Agro-Pc-
cuarlo e Industrial no comprar
ms ganado del exterior salvo
en casos de escasez comprobaba
y luego de or la opinion de los
ganaderos del pas, y
3o-) Que, en todas las corr-
pras que en el futuro haga f\
Banco, se seguir1 el procedi-
miento de Concurso de Precies
o Licitacin, dndose a e\,z
compras toda la publicidad que
sea posible.
David Samudio
Ministro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio Industrias y Presidente d
la Junta Directiva
Vctor Navas
Ministro de Hacienda y Tesoro
y Director de la Junta Dlrecll?a
Eduardo Vallarino
Gerente del Banco Agro-Pecua-
rio e Industrial
Alejandro Arse T.
Director y Representante de la
Ganadera
Pablo Abad
Director y Representante del
La Confederacin de
Interioranos entra en
debate sobre una va
Ante el asunto de la cons-
truccin de al Carretera Intera-
.nerlcana sobre la cual se co-
menta actualmente respecto del
material que se emplear en e-
Ha, la Confederacin de asocia-
ciones Cvicas Interioranas ha
decidido respaldar la iniciativa
de la Sociedad Cvica de Chul-
anos en el sentido de Ilegal a
una conclusin sobre cul es el
material que ms conviene a los
intereses generales del pas.
La Confederacin Interiorana
considera que la construccin
de esta importante va es asun-
to de una gran trascendencia
para la vida de los pueblos del
Interior y de suma repercusin
para el pals en general, por lo
cual debe tenerse en cuenta, en
su construccin, las circunstan-
cias que puedan hacer de ei>a
una obra perdurable y consis-
tente.
Por este medio se hace un lla-
mado a las sociedades afiliacts
y a las entidades fraternales lo
mismo que al Consejo Dlreci.o
de la Confederacin para que a-
slstan esta noche a las ocho a
una reunin que se efectuar on
los salones de la Sociedad C-
vica de Chinanos (altos d !a
antigua Bolsa del Brillante,
irente al Caf Coca Cola).
Acusado de homicidio
fue absueldo en la
ciudad de Penonom
PENONOME, Junio 27 (Co-
rresponsal) El Jurado de
Conciencia constituido por el
profesor Rafael Enrique Lopes,
Vctor de la Guardia, Inocente
Gordon, Antonio Tats, Jos
Maria Rlvas y Emiliano Hcirc-
ra como suplente, profiri ve.o
dlcto absolutorio en favor ocl
procesado por delito de homi-
cidio Juan Manuel Crdenas a
quien sindicaban de la muerte
de Andrs Mitre el 29 de febre-
ro de 1950 en el Valle de Antu
Comercio
Alfonso Tejeira
Director y Representante de la
Agricultura
Dulcidlo Gonzlez
Director y Representante de
Industrias
BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
Avisa a los agricultores que comprar el arroz en
cascara de la prxima cosecha, a los siguientes precios:
Arroz tipo corriente.........B'. 5.00 el quintal.
Arroz Rexoro, Blue Bonnet,
Zenith, Nira y similares...B .5.50 el quintal.
Panam, Junio 26 de 1951.
EDUARDO VALLARINO
Gerente
La audiencia tuvo lugar en el
Tribunal del Segundo Distrito
Judicial con sede en Penonom
y actu por la vindicta publica
el fiscal del Tribunal don Jo.>
Isabel Collado en tanto que el
acusador particular lo fu el Li-
cenciado Marcelino Jan.
Tanto el fiscal seor Collado
como el acusador particular Lia
Jan solicitaron a lo largo oc
sus intervenciones jurdicas la
condena para el acusado Juan
Manuel Crdenas pero el jurado
ciespus de treinta minuto* de
deliberacin y luego de escuc'iir
ei brillante alegato del defensor
de oficio Licenciado Julio Lom-
bardo A-, quien bas su lnlar-
vencln en el principio del de-
recho de legitima defensa opt
por la absolucin del actuado
Juan Manuel Crdenas.
Como Presidente de la audien
ca actu el magistrado don
.Mauricio Mario Correa.
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Departamento de
Sanidad.
El buen
automovilista
ELIMINE LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL MEXICANO"
Devuelve a los cabellos su primitivo color,
hayan sido stos rubios, castaos o negros.
NO ES NOCIVO NO MANCHA
Es un producto de calidad
Premiado en varias Exposiciones.
Distribuidor: Jaime Ventura E.
mira antes
de
RETROCEDER
CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
CONCURSO A BECAS
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
Miramar de los Hermanos Cristianos, situado en el Can-
grejo.
Los Interesados deben presentar su solicitud en la Se-
cretara de la Caja de Seguro Social, a ms tardar el 7 de
Julio proximo, acompandola de los siguientes documentos:
lo. Constancia de ser hijo de asegurado,
2o. Certificado de nacimiento.
%^(?frUlcad0 de terminacin de estudios primarios.
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.
MANUEL SOLIS
Gerente
Mejora nia a quien
hubo que amputarle
parle de la pierna
PENONOME, Junio 27 (Corres-
ponsal) informes logrados
por el corresponsal en el Iws-
pital "Aquilino Tejeira" de Pe-
nonom, Indican que la nia de
once aos Forrest Wise a qaien
cl doctor Napolen Lasso se lo
en la necesidad de amputarle
la parte inferior de la pierna
izquierda, luego de haber su ni-
do la nia lamentable acciden-
te de trfico, en las cercanas
de Rio Hato, ha continuado me-
jorando.
El doctor Estoves tuvo la gen-
tileza de corresponder al llamauo
que le hicieran los parientes ce
la nia Wise,aterrizando en su
avioneta en Penonom, pero ya
il doctor Lasso habia hecho cen
xito la amputacin cuando lle-
g al hospital el Doctor Rafael
stvez, superintendente del
hospital de Aguadulce. TamUr
presenci la operacin efecta-
ua por el doctor Lasso el joven
mdico penor.omeno y superin-
tendente de. hospital "Aquilino
Tejeira" doctor Anbal Grtma'.do
C. cuyo nombramiento, dicho
sea de paso, ha sido recibido
muy gratamente en Penonor.i,
tu pueblo natal.
El accidente sufrido por la
nia Wise ha sido muy lamen-
tado por toda esta seccin y 'os
familiares de ella, segn se me
informa, estn muy agradecidos
de los mdicos y de las atencio-
nes que reciben en el hospital,
cuyo nombramiento han ponde-
rado mucho.
Previo el consentimiento de
los mdicos del hospital Aquli.-
no Tejeira y por razones obvias
para los familiares de la pa-
ciente la nilta ser trasladaos
al hvpital Gorgas prximamen-
te se^un entiende el correspon-
sal, pero va ya en estado de c
joria.
DAVID, Junio 27 (Correspo-
sal) En la maana de h-.-y
el Gerente del Chase Bank In-
form que habia ordenado tele-
grficamente al seor Honoilo
Mndez, Gerente del Chase
Bank en la ciudad de Dav'.i.
que reanudara los presamos
pecuarios, en vista de la decla-
racin formulada por la Junta
Directiva dei Banco Agropecua-
rio e Industrial en el sentido
de que slo se importarla el Ga-
nado al pas en caso de que
hubiera una manifiesta escasez.
La noticia circul profusa-
mente en la maana de hoy y,
segn se tiene entendido, nu-
merosos ganaderos de la Piu-
vlncla, se disponan formular
hoy mismo prstamos para la
compra de ganado fino pra
mejorar sus crias.
La noticia ha sido recibida a-
qui con gran beneplcito, pues
ce considera que la ganadera
continuar en plan de progrcoo-
Pgina a cargo de
JOSE A. CAJAR ESCALA
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Arctores.arentl/os
Rpido o/i y/o
Combata esos padecimientos me-
diante on medicamento especialmente
adiendo a estoe cano*: las Pildoras Da
Wilt para loa Rones j In Vejiga.
La Tcjign en un rgano delicado, que
cuando esta inflamado, ufre por el
contacto coa lo* Tenenos y deseche* que
arrastra consigo la orina.
La* Pildora De Witt, adems de *er un eitimulnte y regnmrim-
dor de la funcin renal, ejercen una sua.e accin antisptica j
calmante en todo el aparato urinario.
Emplelas con confianza, pues han ganado la aprobacin de
millares de faror ecedores satisfechos en lo* cinco continentes. La*
hallar o toda* la* farmacia* del pais, en frasco* de 40 y 100
pildoras.
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pora los Rones y la Vejiga
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PIIMII FAHICANTE II PLUMAS EN AMERICA


MIRCOLES. JUNIO 27. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PaUalNA CINCO
Informes pira ettJ seccin te reciben en la
IKeaacn Social
Telaieae S-Jl*
[accin ^Jocia
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: I:M a U:M
Apartado 1M
T ea El Panam
La seora Esperanza O. de
Mir ofreci ayer un t en el
3otel El Panam, para agasa-
lar a la seora Ester Nelra de
Salvo, quien se encuentra pa-
lando vario;, das en nuestra
capital.
Quiere dormir
como un beb?
Ponga un poco de P08CUM en una
cata, agregele agua o leche calien-
te y obtendr un bebida sabrosa,
in estimulante*, que le ayudar
afrutar de un tueflo tranquila.
Compre POSTUM hoy
aaitma v aruttelaf
De la Sociedad Nacional
de Enfermeras
La Sociedad Nacional de En-
fermeras Impondr la Medalla
de Honor al Mrito a sus soclas
que han cumplido sus Bodas de
Plata. Con tal motivo ofrecer
un agasajo hoy mircoles, a las
7:30 p.m. en el Saln de Actos
de la Escuela de Enfermeras.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos un atento saludo
de bienvenida a la seora Mar-
ta 8. de Lpez Muiz esposa
de 8. E. el Embajador de Ar-
gentina, Coronel Julio A. Lpez
Muiz, quien acompaada de su
hijo Julio, regres el lunes de
los Estados Unidos.
Regres ayer de los Estados
Unidos por la via area el jo-
ven estudiante Jaime .Eduardo
Cucaln Chipman. Lo saluda-
mos.
Advenimientos
Enviamos nuestras congratu-
laciones al Secretario de la Em-
bajada le Panam en Costa Ri-
ca seor Walter Myers Jr. y
seora Victoria Eugenia I. de
Myers, por el advenimiento de
una nlita. ocurrido en San Jo-
s de Costa Rica.
DR. BOCCANEGRA LOPEZ
Especialista certificado para el diagnstico y tratamien-
to de enfermedades de la piel, cuero cabelludo y uas.
Consultas por previa cita solamente.
Via Espaa No. I Telfono 3-1073
Vista del Mar
Calle 39 No. 5
-otebamos d JjtSempacar oLindoS
VESTIDOS DE MATERNIDAD
de algodn y de seda...
con o sin chaquetn...
en todos los nmeros.

t
MISA
Se dir maana Jueves, a las 7 a.m., an la
Iglesia da Cristo Rey por el eterno descanto de
LUIS E. ESTENOZ
(q. t. p. d.)
Sus deudos agradecern a sus amistades
la asistencia a este acto piadoso.
Para (Regatos
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Felicitamos al seor Jos Abe-
11o y seora Blanca l...... .->-'
Abeilo, por el advenimiento ae
un varoncito, ocurrido en la
Clnica San Fernando.
Bautizo
Con el nombre de Ina Stella,
fu bautizada, en el Santuario
de Cristo Rey, la primognita
del seor Agustn Alberto Arias
y seora Olellna Ch. de Arlas.
Fueron sus padrinos la seora
Cecilia M. de Arlas y el seor
Rodolfo E. Chiarl. Formulamos
votos por la felicidad de la nue-
va cristiana.
Enfermos
Pronta mejora le deseamos a
la distinguida dama peruana,
seora Luisa Asplllaga de Ve-
larde, quien se encuentra re-
cluida en el Hospital Oorgas.
Guarda cama en su residen-
cia por motivos de salud la se-
ora Peggy A. de Alemn. Oja-
l mejore pronto.
La Nueva Junta de Censura se Instal Ayer
OVIDIO RODRIGUEZ TRIUNFA
EN "MOMENTO ROMNTICO"
La foto muestra los naevos miembros de la Junta de Censura de esta eludad, la cual se Ins-
tal en el despacho del Ministro de Gobierno, Dr. Mijruel Angel Ordonez. Entre los miembros
1 de la Junta aparecen el Secretario de Gobierno, don Armando Moreno G., el de Educacin,
don Ivn Ziga, 1 seora Olga Moreno, de la Inspeccin Provincial de Educacin, represen-
tantes de la prensa y de otros organismos.
Esta noche pronuncia su conferencia
el humanista espaol Eugenio Montes
Visit esta maana nuestros talleres y charl con
miembros de la Redaccin
Sufre quebranto, de salud en e/aana ", *$&?su
el Hospital Santo Toms el Sr. " Ia ^1 y estos verdes de
Mario Preciado. Pronto resta- ifm.odL V u J
bleclmiento le deseamos.
Restablecido
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del nio Ricardo de la
Guardia Arosemena, quien du-
rante varios das guard carne
en su residencia.
Cumpleajs de Hoy
Sra. Delia B. de Martlnelll.
Sra. Celina G. de Correa.
Sra. Olga B. de Lino.
Sr. Guillermo Mndez P.
Nio Ernesto Jimnez Nez.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Srta. Elida Arias.
Dr. Leopoldo Benedetti.
Sr. Ral de la Guardia.
Dr. Joaqun Arias.
Prof. Ernesto Castillero.
Nia Julieta Amella Garca
Lavergne.
Panam son de milagro...
Tal nos deca Eugenio Mon-
tes, el eminente escritor y con-
ferenciante, esta maana.
Yo pas por Panama en
1938: atraves el Canal. Pero
Sra. Angela Gmez D.
Aniversario
Hasta los Estados Unidos de
Norteamrica enviamos nuestras
felicitaciones a los esposos Vc-
tor Bacuetes e Isabel G. de Ba-
cuetes, quienes celebran hoy sus
bodas de plata de casados.
Para Costa Rica
Muy feliz viaje le ^deseamos
a doa Petita de del Busto, quien
sigue maana para Costa Rica
donde pasar una temporada
de descanso.
Se inaugura nueva casa comercial
El lunes se efectu la Inauguracin del nuevo local de la fir-
ma Marconi v Arias, en la Avenida Central, acto al cual asis-
tieron notables personalidades del comercio y la poltica.
If foto >- un Instante en que los propietarios de la firma,
seores Alberto Arlas E. v Federico Marconi, departan sobre
el futuro de la.casa_que se inauguraba.
HOY a las 8:30 p. m
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programas Continental
ahora, que he tenido ocasin
de permanecer en la ciudad
tres das, he podido darme ma-
yor cuenta de ella, de sentirla
y admirarla. Qu bien conser-
va su ambiente, su gracia de
ciudad con raz hispnica! Es
una urbe andaluza, gentil, pri-
morosa... agregaba Eugenio
Montes que esta noche, a las
ocho y media, en el Saln Bo-
llvarlano del Colegio de La Sa-
lle, pronunciar su anunciada
conferencia en desarrollo de es-
te sugestivo ttulo: "Sol y som-
bra de Espaa".
Es una conferencia de tipo
literario y con el Intento de
llegar a la mdula de mi pa-
tria, qus tanto aroma ha de-
jado por tierras americanas...
explic el ilustre acadmico de
la Real Espaola de la Len-
gua.
A .don Eugenio Montes se le
considera en Espaa como uno
de sus primeros humanistas,
enriquecido en su fina sensibi-
lidad, cuptadora de ciudades y
de ambientes, de temas de ar-
te y de poesa, bajo la mente
vigilante de un estudioso y
maestro en la ciencia de la fi-
losofa. Su prosa es sonora y
elegante, encerrando el matiz
con las Famosas
Hnas. CAPRINO
la Gris
:;:. raul lavista
y la actuacin del celebrado
TRIO CALAVERAS
N .-OOuC'OS 01 I
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO!
Laudable iniciativa
Por la Dra. Concba Pea
El club de Esposas de Perio-
distas, ese grupo de mujeres es-
forzadas y luchadoras que tan-
to se preocupa por las cuestio-
nes palpitantes de los proble-
mas sociales, ha tenido un ges-
to magnifico al decidir estable-
cer el "comedor de los perto-
diqueros".
En l encontrarn alimento,
vestido y atencin los mucha-
chos que venden al pueblo las
noticias.
Estos chicos, casi todos con
una tragedla a cuestas, con una
historia de dolor y de miseria,
hallarn en las damas que for-
man esta honrosa agrupacin,
calor de hogar, ya que el vas-
to plan que se proponen rea-
lizar encajan multiples activi-
dades, todas encaminadas a
sostener, amparar, proteger y
vigilar la vida d estos peque-
os luchadores.
Porque realmente son estos
muchachos en la mayora de
los casos el exponente ms vivo
del dolor o la miseria. Cada
uno tiene una historia, que al
analizarla, hallamos siempre a-
bandono, pobreza y desventura.
El nio que vende los dia-
rlos, tiene que salir a luchar
para ganar su sustento y a ve-
ces para ayudar a llevar las
cargas del hogar, con lluvia
o con sol, con fri o calor, re-
corriendo las calles y plazas a-
tronando con sus vocesltas los
mbitos de la ciudad para a-
traer compradores pregonando
los acontecimientos locales o
mundiales que llene la aten-
cin del pblico...
Estos trabajadores infantiles,
merecen atencin y asi lo ha
comprendido la ciudadana al
dar aliento y calor a la Inicia-
tiva de la verbena que para
recaudar fondos para esta em-
presa organiza el Club de Es-
posas de Periodistas las que
han encontrado magnifica co-
operacin en el comercio de Pa-
nam que en su mayora ha
donado valiosos regalos para
que la tmbola que presidir
la fiesta sealada para el 30
de este mes en el Jardn Bal-
boa sea un xito.
Es de esperar que esta fiesta
organizada* con fines tan lau-
datorios encuentre esplndido
eco en la ciudadana, sensible
siempre a las obras de altruis-
mo y abnegacin.
Antas de extirpar las
amgdalas, anteras
S> *. ii.ipo m tai "armnm km" a
I maaar prtwit*. para hay wean
qae ~e amlaaeie h-.ch.rf. taflM
m ma i la lia i a ta mUmn mm*
U * ta ataraltsa: ti tan U iarae-
a*, r Um4 my.imni, tmmkHm m
ta Uf< Inanidad it iratiliai
U flaltllUtala. jM *****
M Mata de rliaam, a*** tawN,
m% pmht ntSaarta, ta ariaa.are
a m\ etreae. rtatas caaaae '
la ataacle SflfCCIONfS de toU*
m r* aU y Ira. Habits mm, m
23 anide de eaelaeaa a estars y
al . .laala
abra Santa, mm, aataaaU. aar la erl-
itar abHea atea*
tul Saf StaRa al aaaet
exquisito en cada alusin, afir-
ma Valbuena Prat.
Durante su actual excursin
por la Amrica de habla espa-
ola, ha visitado el Per, don-
de pronunci tres conferencias
en la Universidad de San Mar-
cos, con motivo de las fiestas
de su Cuarto Centenario. A
Eugenio Montes le correspondi,
por eleccin unnime, pronun-
ciar el discurso en el Senado
de Lima en representacin de
todas las delegaciones que acu-
dieron a las fiestas de la Uni-
versidad peruana y caus hon-
da Impresin. Visit tambin
el Ecuador, en cuya Casa de
la Cultura de Quito, pronunci
tres conferencias, siendo muy
atendido por Benjamn Carrin
y el gran poeta Carrera An-
drade. De Quito pas a Bogo-
t, por invitacin del Gobierno
de Colombia. En Bogot fueron
muy alabadas sus tres confe-
rencias pronunciadas en el Mu-
seo Colonial y en la Biblioteca.
Despus viilt otras ciudades
colombianas en las que tambin
dej oir su bella palabra.
Eugenio Montes ha pronun-
ciado conferencias en Floren-
cia en la Universidad en
Roma, en Pars en la Sor-
bona y, por supuesto, en los
ms altos centros de cultura de
Espaa.
Entre su obra de poeta ha
editado un bello libro, de poe-
mas gallegos, titulado "Alals":
tambin, como ensayista ha pu-
blicado "Esttica de la Munel-
ra", "El Viajero y su sombra",
"Meloda italiana".
En la tarde de ayer estuvo
Eugenio Montes en Panam la
Vieja, cuya emocin recogi en
un bello crepsculo.
En la maana de hoy visi-
t estas oficinas y departi con
el doctor Harmodlo Arlas y
otros redactores.
Eugenio Montes parte en la
madrugada para Washington y
Nueva York y de all seguir
a La Habana y Madrid.
Todas las tardes a las tres en punto, la RED PANAMERICANA,
presenta al Joven cancionero panameo OVIDIO RODRIGUEZ, en
un intervalo de bellas y romnticas canciones. MOMENTO ROMN-
TICO, es uno de los programas musicales que gozan del favor del
pblico panameo.
Ri mil
laxantes fuertes,
dice feliz pareja
"Cuando o hablar de All-Rnn, le
ped a mi mujer que lo tomramos,
ti resultado fu sorprendente. Nun-
ca not cansaremos de
proclamarlo" Otto
L Kleppe. 1806lOth
Avenue S. Min-
neapolis. Minn., es-
cribi voluntaria-
mente esto, lo mismo
que centenares de
pertonas que toman
AlKBran. Si la constipacin que us-
ted sufre se debe a falta de volu-
men, srvase diariamente una onaa
del tabroao All-Bran y beba mu-
ch agua. Despus de 10 dtsi que*
dar completamente satisfecho.
Fortalzcase lomando ol
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
tyfrA^'Lr\W
jtPOUO
busjnas razonas porqu
le gustar la Sopa da Pollo
asi, .**.**-
El ssbrolsimo gusto s
pollo se aprecia con cada
cucharada de la deliciosa
Sopa da Pollo Campbell's.
Esta riqusima sopa la pre-
para Campbell's cocinan-
do a fuego lento jugosos y
tiernos pollos que dejan
un caldo dorado muy spe-
titoso. A asta caldo se
asda srroz blanco fin-
timo y trozos da pollo tan
tiernos qua se deshseen en
la boca.
SOPA DE POLLO con Arroz
CHICKEN YiZTSOUP
tOIA v sunca
ti*
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**&
Ese Murdito
SuyoseVaa
"ChuparlosMW
cuando Pruebe los
Panqueques
AuntJemimi
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za) y varo qu mucha lo aula
ANQUEQUki AUNT JEMIMA
MaM*a!ll tirar '! SrSa
CaM
Fjese como st taima ti contem-
plar los deliciosos Panqueques
Anal Jemima. Hit mucho por-
que te ta enseguida. Et ita lacil-
lo nico que or que hacer es tara-
Sirle ifusl pane de leche o agua t
Is recis mgica de Auni Jemima 7
batir hist que quede une li
msela. Lu jo, nena It ti ni dad
desesda sobre una sanea caliente
uatada con manteca o aceite y ta
unos minutos estn lisios pan
comer. Y qu sabrosos toa!


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KIOSKO DE LESSEES
Fui de hwp
Fuuni
NOVEDADES MORRISON
4 t. 4 -if Jglto
TtL 1-H41
BOTICA CARLTON
Are Melndei lt.i*
Tel. 253Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
C alie 12 Oeele No. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Cali* ' Na. 7 Panana
Ave. Central 12-174Colea.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE
Automviles
SI VENDIN:Cloro., turar aMra.|CIA. DI
acaro acanalado. Fix-Te (carton
o ii la dor para crea, raa.) mm do-
ra., levem.noi excuiada.. ale. a
la. proel* mi. baot an placa.
AGINCIA5 GLOBALES. Via I.aa-
ato. I le jo n do a Juan F ronce. Tal.
1-1503.
VACACIONES ECONMICAS
MIAMI BEACH7 da. B. 174.25
Pasaje, Traslados, Alejamiento. Ex-
cursiones.
NIW YORKt dio. mi B.I7.I5
Fasoie en tren. Troslados. Aloiamien-
to. Excursiones.
PANAMA TOURS TRAVEL SERVICI
Ave. Tivoli No. 18. Panamo 2-2006.
SE VENDE:Por
Kiosco con renta halagadora dia-
rio. Paro informes Tel. 3-2958.
I.
LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3J2
VENDE LOTES
Pat* inkiol minima B. 100.00
Mamual 1.15.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueducto; d*
la Ciudad desde B. 1.00 el metro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado- pata
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilarnos lotes o lorgos platos.
Club da Iotas. B.3 00 y B.4.00
semanal**
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene pora la
vento Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE:Willys 1947 camioneta.
Buenas condiciones. Derechos pa-
gados. Via Espaa 58, Apio.1 B.
Aproveche.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Tropicol Motors, Inc. Buen servicio,
mejores precios. Vistenos.
SE VENDE:Oldsmobile 1950 Club
Coupe, radio, llantas blancas, 15.-
000 millos. Slo B.2.400.00. Tel.
3-1043 Roberto, Calle Colombia
No. 6.
Se presta dinero sobre hipotecas de
lotes y cosas. Sumas pequeas. Tel.
3-3648.
Prstamos sobre hipotecas de casas
de manipostera. Tel. 3-3648.
SE VENDE:Cepilladora olemano de
4 cuchillas, 16 pulgadas, radial y'
canteodora. Aserro Espinoso y To-
rres. Tal. 3-0119.
SE VENDEN:Unos perritos de 6 se-
manas, lobos de purj raza. Infor-
mes: Gerardo Ortega No. 5.
|
BALINERAS: En tomnos variodos l
para satisfacer cualquiera necesi- j
dad. f. ICAZA COMPAA.'
Avenida B 79.
No necesita sir calvo, la cado del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye lo caspa,
Quinar hoce crecer el. cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todos las buenas
farmocios.
nlJ?-.'Li-e,Jdfr SE VENDE:Refresquera del Teatro
Tropicol. Gran oportunidad. Facili-
dades de pago. Pida informes en el
Restaurante del Hotel Internacio-
nal.
LECCIONES
Lecciones modernas de piono, se en-
sea rpidamente a novatos y
ovomados. Studio Bennett. Tel. 2-
1282.
SE VENDE:Puos Upright segunda
mano en buenas condiciones. $250.
00 $300.00. Tambin Winter
Spinet, casi nuevo, $550.00. Tel.
2-1282.
EL CANAL DE PANAMA OFRECE
IN VENTA UN EDIFICIO
Se vende al mejor postor, el edifi-
cio No. 708, "alboa. adonde estuvo
. rl Registro de Vehculos. Se recibirn
Lis propuestas en pliegos cerrados en
'-i oficina del Superintendente de Al-
i wcenes, Balboa, hosta los 10 y 30
ce la maana del 9 de Julio de 1951,
cuando se han de abrir en pblico.
e pueden conseguir los formularios
(ara las propuestas, con los porme-
rores completos, en los olinos del
f jperintendente de Almocenes, Bal-
r -jo. y de los Administradores de Co-
ns (Housing Monogers) en Bulboa
Heights y en Cristbal.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
S" VENDE:Juego de recimoro cao-
bo 5 piezas, radio General Electric
modelo mesa. Pedro Miouel 185-C.
Tel. 5766 Pedro Miguel.
GANGA! Se vende juego comedor de
caoba. A cualquier precio. Calle 39
N. 13, bajos. Tel. 3-2765.
SE NECESITA
_______General
NECESITAMOS: Uno Secretaria
que sepa espaol e ingls. Dirigir-
se Avenida Central 39. Tel. 2-
3048, Panam.
SE NECESITAN:_3 alternadoras de
bueno presencia que hablen ingls.
En lo Cantina Panam Canal, Calle
J No. 13.
GANGA! Oldsmobile 1942 en muy
buenas condiciones B/.525.00.
Verlo en Ave. Central No. 1. Ttl.
2-2277
CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE 1949
Condicional insuperable, color
asul clara, tapicera i cuera, ra-
dio, llanta, blancas, ate. Precie
B.2,950.00. Facilidades de eafjo,
sa capta carro usada. Vala An
gencios Pan-Americanas S. A. Te-
lfono 2-0826. Agenta da les
carra* Chrysler y Plymouth.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento inde-
pendenla da 2 recmaras, situado
en Carrasquilla. Calle del Teatro
Edn 102-A.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
cuartos. Casa 4059. Pueblo Nuevo
frente Transistmica B/.35.0O. Lla-
me Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
fresco, servicios independientes,
patio, etc. Cosa 92, Ave. Sptima
I San Fronciscol por B/.50.00. Lla-
me Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
moderno de una recmara. Garage.
Va Belisorio Porras 168.
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
SE ALQUILA
Canas
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de tres
recmaras, etc. Calle Manuel Mara
Ycaza No. 7. Informes: Cali* Ri-
cardo Arias, Edificio Charles, Apt.
No. 5, Campo Alegre, T*l. 3-
2953.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento de dos
recmaras, sala comedor y cocina.
A familia pequea y responsable, j
Ocurra Via Espaa 106, frente go-
rita polica.
E ALQUILA:Cholef 2 recmaras,
servicio, sala comedor, cocinp,
cuarto empleada con servicio, ga-
rage. Belsono Porras 164. Tel.
3-1465.
SE ALQUILA:Amplia casa residen-
cial, en lugar cntrico de la Ex-
posicin con o sin muebles. Dos
pisos, tres recmaras, oficina, sa-
lo, comedor y tres porches, etc.
Llamar para informes al 3-3241
o al 3-3497.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleada de i
buena presencia que hable ingls
en la Joyeria Nueva York en Ave. |
Central 159. No se dan informes
por telfono.
SE NECESITA:Cajero de buena pre-
sencia. Cantina "Chica", Calla J
No. 15. lun mado.
SE NECESITAN:Jvenes de ombos
sexos con experiencia en ventos y
de buena presencia. American Pro-
tection. Ave. Central 47, Apto. 23
oitos Panam y Ave. Balboa y
Calle 6 Areno de Coln. Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Residencio amuebla-
do, confortable, lugor otroyente,
cuotro servicios sanitarios, 2 ga-
rages, jardn, cuarto empleada, etc.
Cosa 114, Calle 11 Poitillo. Llame
Tel. 2-1456
SE ALQUILA:Amplio cosa residen-
cial en los Altos del Golf, con 4
recmaras. 3 porches, jardines,
salo comedor, etc. Pora informes
llamar al 3-3241 o 3-3497 en
horas de oficino.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento sola-
comedor, recamara, servicios inde-
pendientes, porch, patio, servicio
para empleados, etc. Casa Villa
Carolyn, Va Espaa por B/.45.00.
Llame Tal 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
Eligi Dignatarios
Unin Universitaria
En votaciones efectuadas ayer
i en el Auditorium de la Facul-
dad de Humanidades de la Uni-
versidad Nacional por el Direc-
torio Estudiantil, representantes
universitarios ante los organis-
mos administrativos de esa en-
tidad, se nombr a los seis Pre-
sidentes de las distintas comi-
siones que han de dirigir la ac-
tuacin universitaria para el
presente ao lectivo. Quedaron
como Presidente: Mario Mezqui-
ta; Vlce-Presldente: Plora de
Sales; Presidente de la Comi-
sin de Prensa y Propaganda:
Rubn Luis Oarcia; Actos Cul-
tulales: Orlando Souza; Asuntos
Nacionales: Fabin Gutirrez;
Asuntos Internos: Ricaurte Vs-
quez y como representante es-
tudiantil ante la Junta de Sn-
dicos se nombr a Gilberto Fe-
rrari, ex-Presidente de la Unin
de Estudiantes durante el pa-
sado ao. Este Directorio ser
el llamado a resolver todos los
problemas que se presenten a
la Universidad y debern to-
mar las decisiones del caso, en
representacin del gran conglo-
merado, estudiantil.
. MIRCOLES. JUNIO 27, 1951
Dr. Esther Neira de Calvo
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
IODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
Una Feria
SE ALQUILA:Recmara amoblada,
con cocina y balcn, perfectamen-
te independiente. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados,
frescos, con balcn, para hombres
solamente. Calle Colombia No. 8.
oportamento 5. Tel. 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblodo |
frente al mor. Servicio indepen- f
diente, estacin buses. No. 5, pri-
mera escalera, Plaza 2 de Enero.
SE NECESITASecretoria mecan-
grafa en espaol e ingls. Escriba
al seor P. M., Apartado I 34, Pa-
nam. Indispensable escribir rpi-
do y tomor dictado en ombos idio-
mas. Indique educacin, experien-
cia, palabras por minuto, edad,
referencias y sueldo que desea.
SE NECESITA:Un saquero cortador
que los hoga y uno bueno costure-
ro en Posrl de Aguadulce. Prefe-
rible panameos. Escriba Sastrero
Pocr de Aguadulce.
I VENDE:Estufo de gas, 4 que-
madores, horno, B.70.00. Llame
telfono 3-1574. Calle 40 No, 13
Apto. 4.
; VENDE: Por motivo de viaje,
muebles, estufa nuevo de gas. etc.
Calle 36 Este No. 6. Apto. 2.
VENDE:Motivo viaie en magn-
ficos condiciones, un luego come-
dor, juego di recmara, uno estufo
4 quemadores, un estante para ni-
os, tejen preoo. Ocrrase: Calle
33 No. 34 (bajos).
I VENDE:Juego de bamb 7 pie-
zas. Buen estado, barato. Calle 52
No. 8. Apto. 5. Casa Pondo.
; VENDE:Refrigeradora 7 pies,
venecionas. toldos para perch. cu-
nos y otros O't culos de cosa. Coble
Heights 3002. Ancn.
VERDADERA
OPORTUNIDAD
CADILLAC 1950 "62" Sedan de
4 puertas con Hydramatic,
Radio. Llantas Blancas. Seat
Covers de Nylon, color negro:
Carro usado por la Gerencia
por solamente 5,000 millas,
damos garantia de carro nue-
vo, lo podr adquirir
en B/900.00
menos de su precio original
CIVA, S. A.
rente, de
Cadillac Pontlac y GMC
Ave. los* Franrltco de la Oua No. 14
Tel. 2-487*Panam.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUIL^:Locol pora
arriba del Teotro Central.
oficino.
SE ALQUILA: Propio par* oficina
en Avenido Cuba 14. Llame en el
dio 2-0825 v en la noche 3-1815.
Srta. Arios,
SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ra taller, depsito o garage. Paro
informes llame al telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILALocal en Calle 3a. No.
1 5. Ocurra al mismo lugar o Home
al telfono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILAN:Locles para dep-
s.tos de merconcos, tambin un
taller de herrera equipado, y, un
taller de mecnica para automvi-
les. Tel. 2-0540. VILLANUEVA Y
TEJEIRA CIA. LTDA.
MISCELNEA
Experto en colocacin de tejas, eli-
minacin de goteros. Oficina Tel.
3-3450. Residencio 3-1308.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados.
Precios especiales por quincena o
mes. Poro informes dirjase a Pen-
sin Panam, Calle 6a. No. 3. Sr.
Guztmer. Ce 8 a II a. m. o 7
p. m. en adelante.
Para conseguir empleadas para servl-
co domstico, llame al 2-1535.
Avenido B 73.
ATENCIN! Resuelva sus proble-
mas espirituales escuchando EL
MENSAJERO BAUTISTA todos los
sbados a las 7:30 p.m. en la
Radioemisora "Lo Voz del Istmo",
760 Kc.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Una empleada en
Colle 2a. No. 5 bajos. Debe dor-
mir en el trabajo.
WILLYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
ara cualquier negocio.
'Ju coato y mantenimien
lo es inigualable.
Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agenda Willys)
!i ?te ftiJ*s! Nunca aufrira
de os diente* si usas, deade ahora,
la Crema Dental Kolynoa! . .
KoK-noe proteger tu* diente/
desde el principio, contra la*
canes. Kolyno* atara laa causa*
de la* dolorou* picadura*. Con-
sulate y . dile a tu mam que
compre Kolynoa hoy mismo!
kolynos sir
Rinde ms
SE NECESITA: Empleada para el
servicio y para lavor. Debe dormir
en el trabajo. Calle Colombio No.
6. Tel. 3-3359.
SE NECESITA:Uvandor.-plaacl.a-
dora para 3 das la .emana. Es-
quina Ave. Balboa y calla 33 cas*
45. Traiga referencia..
SE NECESITA:Una sirvienta com-
petente que duerma en coso. Muy
buen sueldo. Avenida Federico
Boyd No. 31 abojo.
SE NECESITA:Uno buena cocinera
y uno empleada para lavar y plan-
char que duermo en lo coso. Caso '
da Toms Arios. Avenid* Cuba y
Colle 32 Exposicin.
Trifulca en un
juego de ftbol
Espaa-Portugal
LISBOA. Junio 27 *UPiPor-
tugal venci a Espaa en par-
tido de desempate de ftbol por
anotacin de un tanto a cero. "
Este partido que como parte
de las competencias ibricas
termin el domingo con un em-
pate a un tanto, se jug ayer
como ltimo evento, de dichas
competencias.
El juego se caracteriz por
la rudeza por una y otra parte
e insulto mutuos. Un jugador
espaol dio un puntapi en la
cara a jp portugus que haba
caido al suelo.
En el partido del lunes se
repitieron las mismas escenas.
Los espaoles abandonaron el
campo a los 38 minutas del
juego, despus de una anota-
cin portuguesa y en medio de
los silbidos del publico que lan-
z objetos contra el conjunto de
Barcelona que represent a Ei-
paa. Los comentaristas de ra-
dio dicen que nunca antes se
ha visto una demostracin me-
nos caballerosa entre deportis-
tas.
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
clon del paseo Juan Demste-
nes Arosemena, cuyas obras ya
han sido iniciadas.
E,n el captulo de los eventos
deportivos, el Comit Organiza-
dor, del Centenario se proyecta
traer a Panam un conjunto
de baseball de las mayores de
los Estados Unidos para cele-
brar competencia, con equipos
nacionales y del Caribe.
Tambin se proyecta celebrar
un reinado en conbincin con
actos de carcter folklrico di-
versiones, bailes populares, etc.
El Comit Organizador pedir
al Organizador Ejecutivo la emi-
sin de sellos conmemorativos
a Centenario. Se proyecta, tam-
bin celebrar el lo. de marzo
aniversario de la Constitucin
Nacional una sesin conme-
mra,t'va J quf asistirn los
: Constituyentes y en la que se
inaugurar un Congreso de Mu-
nicipalidades.
Figura conspicua de la femi-
nidad americana, es actualmen-
te Secretaria Ejecutiva de la
Comisin Inte ramericana de
Mujeres con sede en Washing-
ton y como tar asisti al Con-
greso que se celebr reciente-
mente en Santiago de Chile. De
paso para Estados Unidos reci-
be hoy un agasajo de la Mesa
Redonda Panamericana de Mu-
jeres de Panam como aplauso
a su labor constante y entu-
siasta en las relaciones inter-
nacionales, lo mismo que en la
educacin nacional.
Los mritos de la doctora de
Calvo son conocidos y recono-
cidos por todos los que se in-
teresan en las actividades de
la mujer panamea y sus lu-
chas y sus triunfos llenan p-
ginas en el lbum de la cul-
tura de este pais. Por ms de
seis lustros el nombre de doa
Ester N. de Calvo ha lucido en-
tre los ms brillantes de Pa-
nam en la ctedra en acti-
vidades sociales y en congre-
sos nacionales extranjeros.
En 1923 inici en Panam la
Sociedad Nacional de Mujeres
en colaboracin con la insigne
Nicolle, Garay. Esperanza O de
Mir, BertUda Vallarlno de
Monteverde, Anglica Ch. de
Patterson y Lastenia Lewis y
la influencia de esta sociedad
se dej conocer en detalles co-
mo el mejoramiento para las
reclusas de las crceles; el des-
ayuno escolar; la separacin de
los nios delincuentes que fue-
ron llevados a una casa en las
afueras de la ciudad, la que
bien puede considerarse "pri-
mera piedra" del hogar infantil
3ue est esperando la niea
es valida de Panam.
Gracias a gestiones de esta
sociedad, fue incluida por prl-
mera vez una mujer en la Cen-
sura de Espectculos Pblicos y
le toc a doa Evelina Alfarb
de Orillac desempear esta ta-
rea.
La Sociedad Nacional de Mu-
jeres suspendi sus actividades,
pero la doctora continu labo-
rando en pro de la mujer y
ella contribuy a realizar en
Panam el 2o. Congreso nter-
americano de Mujeres, organi-
zndolo y presidindolo con
tacto y distincin. i
Por el voto de la mujer ass
ti esta distinguida compatrio-
ta a la Asamblea Constituyen-
te y su preocupacin de mujer*
por la mujer est presente en
las leyes que protegen la ma-
ternidad, la niez, el Magis-
terio, las obreras, el Indio y
en todo lo que es fuerza viva
del pueblo panameo.
Estas lineas esbozan apenas
la personalidad de la doctora
de Calvo y las escribimos hoy
como un saludo a la distingui-
da compatriota que honra y sir
ve a Panam con voluntad fir-
me y entusiasmo cordial.
Mesa Redonda Panamericana
de Mujeres de Panam ...
Panam. Junio 27 de 1951. i7}!
Resultaron animados y satisfactorios
los eventos de pista y campo en Coln
ACERO
DE REFUERZO
EN BARRAS
(en todos los tamaos)
PLATINAS
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
PLANCHAS
ALEMANAS
"Aetna"
ep.i 5.85
Resultado oficial de las com-
petencias atlticas celebradas el
domingo 24 de Junio en la ciu-
dad de Coln, con motivo del
noveno aniversario de fundacin
del Colegio "Abel Bravo."
Estas competencias se desa-
rrollaron en medio de un gran
entusiasmo y ante numeroso
pblico. Los competidores de-
mostraron en todo momento sus
buenas formas y valenta, re-
gistrndose marcas satisfacto-
rias.
100 metros planos Clase "A"
Tiempo: 10.S
1.Marcus Wilson.
2Alfredo Grenion.
3.Reinaldo Matews.
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
AVISO
Para los efectos legales, se
avisa que por Escritura P-
blica No. 1066 de 18 de Junio
de 1951. otorgada en la No-
tara Tercera del Circuito,
el seor Norberto Zurita me
vendi el establecimiento -
comercial de abarrotara y-
refresquera de su propiedad
denominado "LA UNIVER-
SAL", situada en Calle 19
Oeste, casa 13 de esta ciu-
dad.
Panama. Junio 26 de 1951.
Berta Zurita de Franceschl.
Felpa para fechos
Papel Crespn
en colores surtidos.
. Platos de Cartn
de 8, 9, 10 pulgadas.
. Puyas 'Collins'
22 pulgadas.
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Para que su Casa o Esta-
blecimiento luzca mejor,
Pntelo con las famosas pin-
turas de
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
las mejores del mundo.
Tenemos Gran Surtido en
Preciosos Colores!
Precios Bajos!
CONSLTENOS PARA
PRESUPUESTOS!

Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sota No. S
Tel. 3-1424.
400 metros Clase "A"
Tiempo: 53.8
1.Reinaldo Matews.
2.Eric Fergunson.
3 Don? Ido Prince.
2.Marcus Wilson.
3.Alfredo Richards.
800 metros Clase "A"
Tiempo: 2.12
1.Donaldo Prince.
2hJuan Phillips.
3.Eric Waldrom.
5.000 metros
Tiempo: 16.30
1.Gumersindo H11L
2.Nicasio Lorenzo.
3.Gabriel Ortega.
1.500 metros
Tiempo: 5 flat
1.Jos Salazar.
2.Juan Phillips.
3.Walter Amadee.
50
metros para nias
Tiempo: 6.8
1Adelina Bernard.
2.Chariot Goodlng.
3.Hened Polard.
100 metros planos Clase "B"
Tiempo: 11
1.Valentine de Sousa.
2.Silvestre MacAUlser.
3.Pedro Daz.
200 metro* planos Clase "A"
Tiempo: 22.1
1.Alfre-o Grenion.
Saln De Belleza Lola
Expertas Operarlas
Precios Razonables
Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B'. 9.5(1
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Retransmitirn unos
programas de la BBC
en emisoras locales
Interesado como est el Jefe
del Departamento de Cultura,
Ledo. I. Beluche M. en la pre-
sentacin de programas escola-
res de radio que constituyan
un verdadero aporte a los co-
nocimientos del estudiante, al
par que un motivo de deleite,
se ha puesto en contacto con
la B.B.C. de Londres a fin de
conseguir los servicios radiales
del Departamento Escolar los
cuales han de servirnos de mu-
cho en la campaa de supera-
cin de programas para la ni-
ez que el Departamento se na
Impuesto.
Los nuevos programas radia-
les abarcarn las siguientes seo-
clones: Msica: tiene por objeto
familiarizar al nio con los fun-
damentos de la msica median-
te explicaciones en torono a ia
significacin como ritual m-
gico, hasta el ballet moderno
Historia y Geografa: la sec-
cin de Historia contiene dos
series de dieciocho programas
cada una y se basa en inte-
resantes leyendas seleccionadas
entre las ms famosas y di-
fundidas en la literatura uni-
versal. Ancdotas. La de Geo-
grafa est basada en las a-
venturas y observaciones de dos
viajeros imaginarlos que reco-
rren, e! Mediterrneo. Hay ade-
ris las Interesantes secciones
"ei mundo que nos rodea" y
"Cmo empez la vida", esta l-
tima contribuye al estudio de
algunos elementos de geologa
antropologa e historia. La Suj-
Directora del Departamento
Sra. Stellr. Sierra de Ruiz Ver-
nacci coordinar estos progra-
mas con los programas vivos de
nuestros escolares.
Hablar esta noche
asi como periodistas han sido
invitados para que asistan a
esta conferencia de gran actua-
lidad e importancia para la Re-
pblica. Entre los Invitados fi-
guran el Ministro de -Agricul-
tura. Comercio e Industrias Ing.
David Samudio, el Ministro de
Hacienda y Tesoro don Victor
Navas, el Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial, Lie.
Eduardo Vallarlno, los indus-
triales don Ricardo Chiarl, don
Louis Martlnz, don Alejandro
Arze, don Sebastin Mendoza y
el periodista don J. A. Cajar
Escala, -
100 metros planos para nias
. Tiempo: 12.6
1.Chariot Goodlng.
2.Adelina Bernard.
3.Hened Polard.
200 metros planos Clase "B"
Tiempo: 23.8
1.Pedro Daz.
2.Valentine de Sousa.
3.Federico Anderson.
400 metros Clase
Tiempo: 5.6
1.Paul Trotman.
2.Vern Fletcher.
3.Frank Williams.
Lanzamiento de Disco
1.Osvaldo Delisser.
2.Ricaurte de la Espada
3.Amado Ruiz.
Salto Alt*
5-9" pies
1.Brewster 5-9 pies
2.Haminson.
3.Cooper.
Lanzamiento de Bala
34.8 pies
1.Ricaurte de la Espada.
2Osvaldo Delisser.
3.Walter Allgne. ,
Salto Largo
1.Blackett.
2.Wallace.
3.Haminson.
Compaa qumica
explotar minas
sulfurosas
NUEVA YORK, Junio 27 (UP)
La 'Chemical Plant Corpora-'
tion," afiliada a "Osear Kohorn
and Company", anunci haber;
firmado un contrato con el Go->
bierno del Ecuador obteniendo
derechos exclusivos por veinte
aos para explotar los yacimlen-.
tos de azufre en Tixan, Provin-i
cia de Chimborazo, cerca del fe-
rrocarril Quito-Guayaquil. i
La compaa construir una
fbrica de cido sulfrico en
el Ecuador como parte del con-
trato, para abastecer el merca"
do Interno.
Segur, la compaa, los yaci-
miento* son muy ricos en azu-
fre puro. Al mismo tiempo se
anunci que en breve se comen-
zarn las obras preliminares pa-
ra la explotacin de los yaci-
mientos.
AVISO:
Hago constar por el presen-
te que mediante Escritura
Pblica No. 942, de 24 de Ma-
yo de 1951, extendida en la
Notara Tercera del Circuito
de Panam, revoqu el poder
conferido a Francisco Lato-
rraca, para que administrara
el negocio de mi propiedad
"Botica Nueva" ubicada en
Avenida Central No. 32. de
Santiago, Provincia de Vera-
guas, conocida comnmente
por "Botica Barra", y con-
fer poder al seor Juan Me-
1111o, para que administre el
mencionado negocio, pudlen-
do el apoderado representar-
me para los efectos oficiales,
privados, comerciales y ban-
carios. quedando con la re-
presentacin legal del mismo
con derecho al uso de la fir-
ma en todo lo que a opera-
ciones de dicha botica se re-
fiera.
Roteo Spina


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Salvadoreos y AncOn Se Miden Hoy En Ftbol
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En partido de beneficio juegan esta
noche a las 7 y 30 en Santa Rita
selection de Salvadoreos y
Ancn se miden esta noche en
un interesante y comentado
partido a beneliclo de los Dam-
nificados de El Salvador en
el cuadro de Santa Rita co-
menzando a las 7 y 30 pjn.
Ambos equipos han practica-
do con marcado empeo para
este compromiso que promete
resultar animado y reido. El
Ancn es de sobra conocido por
la aficin, y ej seleccionado de
Salvadoreos est formado por
los mejores Jugadores de aquel
hermano pais que se encuen-
tran trabajando en el Istmo,
donde figuran futbolistas de
meritorias campaas en el ba-
lompi centroamericano.
Distinguidas personalld a d e s
han sido Invitadas a esta fun-
cin deportiva como el seor
Ministro de El Salvador, el Sr.
Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Ing.
Norberto Navarro; los seores
comandantes del Cuerpo de la
Polica Nacional, el Sr. Gober-
nador de la Provincia, el Lie.
Manuel Roy, el Director de la
Escuela Repblica de El Sal-
vador, etc.
Los precios de entrada se han
estipulado en diez y quince cen-
tavos.
Adems en la entrada se re-
cibir la ropa ue se desee do-
nar para el propsito deseado.
Azteca vs. Dragones es el partido de
maana en el base mayor de Sta. Rita
El Circuito Mayor de la Liga
de Baseball de Santa Rita tie-
ne para maana a las 4:00 p.m.
en el Estadio Olmpico, el co-
mentado partido entre las no-
venas Aztecas vs. Dragones.
Ambos equipos se disputarn
el primer lugar de la Justa ya
que, los Dragones marchan a la
cabeza con 2 triunfos sin derro-
tas y el Azteca con 1 victoria
sin reveses. Durante toda la se-
mana hu> estado sometidos a
prctica para no perder las for-
mas y hacer un papel lucido.
Entre Y'yo Mern, R. Pinzn
y s. Barnett est la escogen-
cla de la direccin india para
Se inicia el dgo.
la serie final del
softball bombeiil
Los equipo* representativo
de las compaas No. 1, No. 5
y No. 3, *t disputarn todos
los honores del campeonato de
softball del Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros, en la serie final que se
Iniciar el domingo.
Estos conjuntos terminaron
en los tres primeros lugares
al terminar el calendario re-
gular, poje lo cual ,;in a J
serie final por el codiciado
trofeo que se donar al equ>
po victorioso.
Practica esta tarde
El Combinado de foot-
ball que juega el 29
Con marcado Inters est a-
condlcionndose el Combinado
de ftbol que Jugar el viernes
en la noche con el Ditrani a
beneficio de los Damnificados
del terremoto de El Salvador.
Esta Urde tiene lugar una
prctica en el Estadio Olmpico,
y el conjunto est formado por
los siguientes jugadores:
Porteros: Everardo Lasso, Luis
Acosta, Jorge Luis Moreno.
Baits: Feliz A. Tejada, Csar
A. Rodriguez.
Medias Defensas: Alfredo San-
diford, Reinaldo Carrillo, Fran-
cisco Pon ce, Fia to Fi giro
Alejandro Amaya, Ernest* Vic-
tor.
Aleros Derechos: Negro Marti-
es, Santiago Jordan.
Interiores Derechos: Carloi
Torres, Carlos Lomos.
Centro Delantero: Abel E. Or-
tega.
Interiores Izquierdos: Cario?
Berrio, Beto Pinrock.
Aleros Izquierdos: Luis Val-
des, Centello Aguilar.
Masajista: Manuel A. Flor*.
Entrenador: Miguel A. Rlvas
Director: FU vio Figueroa.
iniciar los lanzamientos; Jos
Ortega que se graduara con ho-
nores en el pasado Campeona-
to Nacional de Baseball se en-
cargar de las postales del Dra-
gn.
El viernes a las 4:00 p.m.
comenzar la segunda serle de
la primera vuelta de la Liga
Santa Rita, con el match entre
Azteca y Granillo en el Estadio
Olmpico.
Toma posesin esta
noche la Directiva del
Club Dep. Ambato
Esta noche toma posesin dt
su cargo la nueva directiva del
Club Deportivo Ambato, en la
reunin extraordinaria que ten-
dr lugar a las 7 y 30 en la
residencia del seor Reglno Aro-
semena, (Calle 17 Oeste No. 24,
altos).
La nueva directiva est for-
mada por los siguientes depor-
tistas:
Presidente: Alberto Enrique
Garca.
Vice-Presldente: Luis Rodri-
gue!.
Secretario: Manuel Atonaidan.
Secretario de Propaganda:
Marcelino Arosemena.
Tesorero: Reglno Arosemena
(reelecto).
Fiscal: Carlos Hayes.
Vocales: Manuel E. Glbus.y
Alberto Gordon.
Representante: Regino Arose-
mena y Suplente: Alberto En-
rique Garca.
Jake LaMotU Bob Mtu-pby
FRENTE A FRENTE ESTA NOCHE.Jake Lamotta reaparece
esta noche en loa tinglados de los Estados Unidos cuando se
enfrente a Irish Bob Murphy en la pelea que sostendrn a
un limite de 12 asaltos en el Yankee Stadium. El ex-campeon
es favorito para derrotar a su contrincante de esta noche.
Deportes a Granel
Por KKUEMt
Daar y Crdenas Se Enfrentan Esta*
Noche En Comentado Juego De Basket

Louls desech
sus planes para
ir a Alemania
NUEVA YORK, Junio 27
UT). Joe Louis desech sus
planes de pelear en Alemania
y comenz las gestiones para
enfrentarse al peso pesado
argentino Csar Brin en Bue-
nos Aires San Francisco.
Marshall Miles, manager de
Louis dijo que este no se en-
frentar en Alemania a Ten
Off. debido a la desagradable
experiencia del domingo pa
sado que tuvo el campen
mundial de los medianos Ray
Robinson.
Agreg que en caso de efec-
tuarse el encuentro contra
Brln ser el ltimo de los
de su preparacin para la dis-
cusin del campeonato mun-
dial, contra Exsard Charles
en septiembre.
Brion perdi por decisin
frente a Louis el 29 de no-
viembre pasado.
El Granillo blanque
ayer al F. Patritico
en el base de S. Rita
El Dep. Granillo sall ayer de
su mala racha al vencer en 8
actos en el Estadio Olmpico al
Frente Patritico por pizarra de
5-0, en la continuacin del Cir-
cuito Mayor del Baseball de la
Liga Santa Rita.
El lanzador derecho Domingo
Urea permiti a los del Fren-
te 4 incoglbles para lograr su
primer triunfo de la actual tem-
porada, tuvo como rival en el
montculo a A. Urrlola aue fu
castigado on 7 imparables en-
tre ellos triples de G. Herre-
ra e I. Detllser.
R. Guerrero 3-2, I. Delliser y
G. Prez 4-2 fueron los mejores
bateadores de la tarde.
La anotacin por entradas
fu:
C H F
Dep Granillo 002 001 205 7 2
F Patritico 000 000 000 4 2
Varios Jinetes fueron suspen-
didos por los comisarios del Hi-
pdromo Nacional el fin de se-
mana pasada por diversas faltas
cometidas. Los jockeys D. D'Ar.-
drea. O- Snchez y B. Aguine
fueron suspendidos hasta >e-
unda orden mientras se lnvts-
tiga la primera carrera del s-
bado la cual segn se comenta
en los corrillos hpicos, estaba
"arreglada".
En verdad esta carrera mere-
ce investigarse a fondo y de li-
na vez por todas imponer un
castigo ejemplar si es que se
logra esclarecer...El jinete B.
Pulido recibi cuatro sesioues
libres por cambiar de linea i.c
carrera. Tambin recibi igual
nmero de reuniones de sus-
pensin el jinete J. Contreras
El aprendiz R. Icaza cuatro reu-
niones... E. Silver 12 reuniones
por istorbar. E. Daro y J. Sa-
manatgo 8 reuniones por monta
brusca y H. Reyes 4 reuniones
oOo
El domingo asistimos a la pre
sentacln de los famosos oas-
tetboleros norteamericanos, Lo3
Trotamundos de Harlem". En
verdad son unos fenmenos ju-
gando basketball y su agUidao. y
precisin han sido los principa-
les comentarios de todos lo a-
sistentes a este espectculo. Va-
Maana contina
la justa de base-
ball de Barraza
Maana jueves contlnur su
calendarlo regular la Junta de
Baseball de Barraza con el par-
tido entrr los equipos Dep. Va-
llarlno vs. Fuerte 15.
lia la pana esta exhibicin, pare
que nuestros muchachos se ifi-
;an cuenta de la tcnica que bu
hecho famoso al equipo de los
Trotamundos. An cuando al-
gunos de los componentes ya
estn en una edad prohibitiva
para realizar ejercicios violen-
tos, demostraron enorme agili-
dad ante la inexperiencia de ios
Jugadores locales. Adems de
buenos jugadores los trotamun-
dos son unos payasos y bastan-
te nos hicieron divertir.
Con respecto al equipo del
All Stars, su presentacin moti-
l tambin diversos comenta-
rios pues haba que admirar la
destreza de sus jugadores y la
'.ccnlca de sus jugadas, que por
lo general terminaban con un
enceste perfecto.
La velada fu Inolvidable y
lodos los deportistas deben os-
tar agradecidos de la Federa-
<.i*hde basketball y principal-
mente del Capitn Pedro Jul-o
Prez, por la presentacin d<"
los Trotamundos de Harlem.
Social Deportiva
Enviamos nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones al joven deportis-
ta Miguel Urriola, quien en el
da de ayer ajust un ao ms
de vida.
Miguellllo Juega baseball con
l Dep. Azteca.
Tambin defendi los colores
de la Provincia de Veraguas en
el VII Campeonato Provincial.
Virgilio Donado gan
la marathon ciclista
del Sector Atlntico
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
Treinta balboas (B/.30.00) tu-
vo el Presidente de la Liga de
Basketball, que entregar a los
Jugadores del equipo Lord Ches-
teriield para que estos no die-
ran la nota bochornosa el. dia
en que debutaron los Trotamun-
dos de Hrlem frente al equi-
po antes mencionado. Faltando
pocos minutos para comenzar el
partido, el jugador Pedro Za-
pata inform al Presidente de
la Liga que queran hablar ur-
gentemente con l los dirigen-
tes de ese equipo. La entrevista
se resumi a "o hay treinta bal-
boas" o no jugamos. Natural-
mente que fu una treta que
no poda fallar para el Chester-
field, porque el Gimnasio Na-
cional "staba lleno y de no ce-
der el Presidente de la Liga a
la solicitud requerida quien sa-
be que hubiera pasado... y aho-
ra si el Presidente quisiera con-
cretar cargos quien sabe que
podra wsar.
El Crdenas logr su primer
triunfo en el circuito mayor fe-
menino, al superar ante ms
de 3.500 fanticos al Operten
que estaba invicto, y el cual a
pesar de estar integrado por la
mayora de las "veteranas" de
nuestro basketball femenino, lu-
cieron como unas novatas an-
te las "chiquillas" del Crdenas.
La ms pequea de las hijas
de Chequita fu el eje central.
El Presidente de la Federacin
Nacional de Basketball, Sr. Ra-
mn Fbrega, y los federados
Espino y Garca, estuvieron en
completo desacuerdo con Pelln
Prez por haber permitido que
los canasteros del Circuito Ma-
yor de la Liga Provincial de
Basketball entraran gratis a
presenciar los juegos con los
Trotamundos de Harlem. Pa-
rece que estos seores se olvi-
dan que su labor es fomentar y
no obstruir el deporte. Si estos
seores quieren mirar el basket-
ball como medio de obtener lu-
cro, que se separen de la Fe-
deracin y l dejen las puertas
abiertas a aquellos que pueden
y merecen ocupar ese puesto.
A solicitud de Pedro Julio P-
rez, queremos aclarar que el
"verdadero" Presidente de la Fe-
deracin Nacional de Basket-
ball es el Sr. Ramn Fbrega.
Pelln fu comisionado para lle-
var a cabo la serle con los Tro-
tamundos de Harlem. El hecho
de que Prez sea "hombre cla-
ve" en la Federacin no es que
sea el Presidente, cosa esta que
deba ser asi; pero como en to-
da Federacin o Comisin hay
uno que .iempre carga con to-
do, por fortuna Pelln tiene la
ayuda del federado Jorge Cen-
teno, que dicho sea de paso es
un buen elemento y nuevo por
cierto.
Promete Desarrollar Gran Labor
La Comisin Nal De Natacin
:
La Comisin Nacional de Na-
tacin desarrollar en el pre-
sente ao un vasto plan de tra-
bajo que culminar con la cele-
bracin del Campeonato Nacio-
nal, segn nos inform un vo-
cero autorizado de esta entidad.
El Campeonato Nacional, ser
gn se nos explic, desde hace
algn tiempo no se realiza y
debido a tal circunstancia, nu-
merosos records, no han podido
ser mejorados, ya que es nece-
sario que todos los tiempos ten-
gan un cariz oficial.
Con tal motivo la Comisin
de este deporte iniciar una se-
rie de competencias en distin-
tas categoras en las fechas a-
cordadas del 15 de julio, 15 de
agosto. 15 de septiembre y 2 de
noviembre, con el fin de llevar
a cabo una completa elimina-
cin y efectuar entonces el
campeonato nacional durante el
mes de diciembre.
Es plausible la labor de los
comisionados de natacin y se
espera que rinda frutos muy
saludables para este decado de-
porte.
Los cigarrilleros
exponen por 9a.
vez su invicto-
Comenz la vuelta eliminatoria del
torneo de golf profesional de E. U.
OAKMONT, Penn.. Junio 27 Harper gan ese torneo el ao
(UP) Es casi seguro que el I pasado y entre los que particl-
argentlno Roberto De Vlcenzo, paran este ao que lo han ga-
Sam Snead, Jim Ferrier, Lloyd
Mangrum y Chandler Harper
encabezarn el grupo de 64 Ju-
gadores que iniciarn el vier-
nes las seis vueltas finales del
torneo por el campeonato de la
Asociacin de Jugadores profe-
sionales de golf.
140 jugadores iniciaron hoy
las vueltas eliminatorias califi-
cando solamente al terminar las
mismas el Jueves, 84 jugadores.
En las primeras dos vueltas del
viernes los grupos rivales se
reducirn a 16 y el mismo ir
reducindose a la mitad dia-
riamente hasta que el martes
se enfrenten los dos supervi-
vientes de la lidia en la lucha
por el campeonato.
Este circuito pelotero
ofreciendo este ao una
r.ante temporada y se espera
que el choque de maana sea
lucido desde el comienzo hasta
el final. ,
He aqu el calendarlo de los
Srxlmos juegos:
ueves:
Vallarlnc vs. Fuerte 15.
Domingo:
M. Miranda vs. Dep. Mendoza.
Crespo vs. Vallarino.
Lunes:
Fuerte 15 vs. Dep. Gray.
Martes:
Vallarar: vs. M. Miranda.
Jueves:
Dep, Crespo vs. Fuerte 15.
Domingo:
Dep. Gray vs. Dep. Mendoza.
Los juegos del domingo sern
dedicados a los deportistas Car-
los Eleta. Lu Arango, Eric Del-
valle y Dicky Arlas.
El destacado pedalista Vlrgl-
est ;;0 Donado gan la Marathon
brl- ..ejista que se corri el pasudo
domingo en el sector atlnt.co
con motivo del Noveno Anivet-
sario de Fundacin del Coledlo
Abel Bravo de Coln.
ADMINISTRACIN GENERAL DE RENTAS INTERNAS
AVISA
Que ol da 30 da Junio vane* el plazo para pagar
la Primera Partida del Impuesto Sobre la Renta corres-
pondiente a las Utilidades obtenidas en el ao 1950. Se
advierte que, despus de esa fecha, se cobrar el re-
cargo que establece la Ley.
jesinfafe con IXSOL
iDefianda lo tuyo*' Cada va
que lave loa piaoa, fregu LVSOL
al agua. Ponga 2'A cucharada
de LVSOL en cada 5 litro de agua.'
LYSOL ea ooncan trmdo,
de accin jabonla,
desinfecta y limpia al
mismo tiempo, y
termina loa microbio.
Partieron 24 pedalistas del
Litadlo de Coln y se dlrlgie.on
a Buena Vista, regresando yor
la misma va y terminar en si
mismo lugar, pero solamente fi-
nalizaron 5 corredores.
Donado negoci las 36 mClal
iifl evento en dos oras y 31
minutos. De segundo lleg Pl-
,.,o Tejelra, siguindolo Mauricio
Smith en el tercer puesto; de
cuarto finaliz Mosquito Pare-
des y el ciulnto lugar lo ocupe
Augusto Cervera.
Asuntos de gran
inters trata hoy la
Federacin de Bisbol
Esta noche a las 7 y 30
en el saln de recreo de la Cer-
vecera Nacional sesiona como
de costumbre la Federacin Na-
cional de Baseball Amateur de
Panam.
' Se tratar sobre la prxima
rifa para acopiar fondos, Im-
presin de los libros de anota-
cin, consideracin de las listas
enviadas 'sobre los integrantes
de la Seleccin Nacional y otros
asuntos pendientes.
Debido a los puntos a tratar
se pide especialmente la asis-
tencia untual de los federados.
Daro Ruiz. Pedro Medina A-,
Arturo del Valle y Alonso Roy.
quienes han dejado de asistir
a las ltimas reuniones.
El Hispano se juega
el domingo su opcin
en la justa de ftbol
El Campeonato de Ftbol de
Primera Divisin de la Liga
Provincial de Panam tiene pa-
ra el prximo domingo en la
tarde en el Estadio Olmpico dos
interesantes encuentros a cargo
de los equipos:
Hispano vs. Ibrico
2:15 p.m.
Arbitro: M. Cardales
y
Pacifico vs. Huracn
4 pan.
Arbitro: A. Parchment
Para el Hispano tiene especial
importancia este cotejo, ya que
se jugar su opcin al Campeo-
nato; los otros oncenos lucha-
rn para alejarse del grupo de
retaguardia y evitar un desa-
gradable lugar en el estado fi-
nal de 'a contienda.
nado en otros aos, figuran
Snead. Ferrier, Vic Ghezzi, Bob
Hamlnton. Johnny Revolta. Paul
Runyan, Gene Samen y Denny
Shute.

ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Basketball Femenino)
G P
Operten......4
Daar........2
M. Vigor ........1 3
S Crdenas .. 1 3
Pts.
.875
.150'
.251
.250 "
Juego de esta Noche
Daar vs. Crdenas
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Basketball de la la. Categora
Circuito Masculino
G P
Lord Chester .. 8
Dep. Bam......5
C. Vieja ........3
Mauricio__.... 3
Madurito......2
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4
5
5
7
Pt.
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.375
.375
.224
Partidos de esta Noche
Bam vs. Carta Vieja
Mauricio vs. Chesterfield
DEPORTES EN LA
COSTA DE ORO
Por LUIS E. OBTIZ
Por H. TEJADA
Los campeonatos de basket-
ball de primera division de los
circuitos femenino y mascul.-
no de la Liga Provincial .e ,
Panam continan esta ocha
en el Gimnasio Nacional con
tres Importantes desafios:
Carta Vieja vs. Bam
7:80 p.m.
Este es el primer choque d j
esta noche en el cual ei Baia
tratar de mantener su pos.
cin, y sus contrarios del Carla
Vieja se esforzarn por acortar
la ventaja de los punteros. Un
Numerosa concurrencia pre- T^Jjpjggyff se" espera entre"
sencl la Inauguracin ae ia estos dM conjuntos de uerzas
. ..._ -*_ *.. AU-tlfixn tit* frlTl U.U-aJ TI.mII D*v/l(iti(i .t
temporada futbolera de Coln
en la tarde del domingo. Des-
pus del tradicional desfile se
dio principio al partido de la
segunda divisin entre los on-
cenos, Centuria y Abel Bravo
saliendo vencedores los centu-
rlanos por el score de 5 goles
a 2. El partido de fondo a car-
go de los oncenos, Feris y Dos-
man fu ganado por los milita-
res con el score de 3 goles por
2. Ambos conjuntos se enfras-
caron en magnfico juego ano-
tando los novatos del Feris, dos
tantos en la primera mitad de
la contienda. Los del Dosman
en el segundo tiempo presio-
naron fuertemente la valla de-
fendida magistralmente por el
novato Casanovas y lograron
marcar los tres tantos que les
dieron la Trlctorla. Faltando es-
casamente cinco minutos para
finalizar el sensacional partido,
los del Feris se retiraron de !a
cancha en seal de protesta
por una decisin del arbitro
llm Hernndez. La actitud de
estos Jugcdores debe ser casti-
gada fuertemente por la Liga,
pues no es lgico que por la
sencilla razn de que una deci-
sin del arbitro no sea del a-
grado del conjunto, estos se re-
tiren de la cancha burlndose
tanto de los espectadores como
de la Liga que rige este depor-
te.

balanceadas. Plndl Perdomo y
Roy Naylor son los arbitros.
Crdenas vs. Daar
8:89 p.m.
Este encuentro corresponde al
circuito de las damas donde ve-'
remos en accin a los equipos
Daar y Crdenas, luchando el
primero por lograr nivelar accio-
nes con las punteras, mientras
que sus contrarias que ahora
lucen ms confiadas trataran
de mejorar su colocacin. 8a
chrisson y Quintero son los ar-
bitros.
Chesterfield vs. Mauricio "*"
9:88 p.m.
En este ltimo encuentro da ''
la noche veremos en accin a
los punteros del torneo que hoy '*"''
defienden por novena vez su
calidad de invicto, teniendo co-
mo contrarios al Mauricio con*
slderado como el ms serio ri-
val del conjunto 'Clgarrillero.'*
Roa y Felipe Perdomo son los.
arbitros; Arosemena Emilio y
Mel los inspectores de puerta; '"
Yui y Gilberto Morales los ano- -
tadores y Alzpuru con Mena co-^"
mo cronometristas: >(**,;
*
Las personas discernientes sealan tu primen preferencia
para el "BLACK & WHITE" porque tiene el sabor
verdadero y el carcter, calidades que no se pueden
producir en ningn otro pus en el mundo excepto Escocia.
Destilarlo y Embotellado en Escocia
BLACK&WHITE
WHISKY ESCOCS
lams toouuu* a co. ira oumow. iscocu
AGENCIAS W. H. DO El., S. A., Distribuidores
Ave. Central No. 14, Panam Tel. 2-2766
BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
Se avisa al pblico y al Comercio que estamos vendien-
do papa nacional de segunda, a B. 4.00 el quintal.
Panam, Junio 26 de 1951.
ENO
no tiene
rival .
r\.
V \-.
^
Limpia y tonifica el hgado
Un vaso de ENO efervescente al levantarse por la malsana es bueno
para el hitado. Despeja 1 cabeza con rpida. Su maravillosa efer-
vescencia tapia el sistema y refresca la boca. Su accin saativs^no
formadora de costumbres mantiene la regularidad del sistema, hnu
es agradable al paladar y su accin es suave y rpidamente efectiva.
Un verdadero remedio familiar. Guarde siempre su Sal de Fruta
'Sal de Fruta9
Eno
s mano.
If (**!< "K"
StptlmUmm rmcmtmmdm >*ra
HJNCIONAMIENTO mSEGULAR DI
LOS INTESTINOS. DOLOSIS DS
CASKZA.AFECCIONES DEL
HGADO. BOJS. CASDIALGIA. te
Vlmid frMUt
fmr* mrvr />>.
ti fr*u" tll**-" -***
SALUD con
SAL HEPTICA!
Dos cucharaditas da
SAL HEPTICA en un
vaso de agua, bastan
para laxar con rapidez,
suavidad y eficacia. SAL
HEPTICA es una
agradable combinacin
salina y anticida. Laa
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
son ms econmicas
comprando el tamao
mayor.


SrMoTMyan Co
AL HEPATIC


VAGINA
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO &fSliNTI'
^nJReoLEsT seSBTTTS
La Mujer Contra El Hombre
EiLscada por la vida a de-
fenderse, Susan Ilayward no se
deja dominar por Tyrone Po-
wer, en esla violenta y apa-
sionada escena de "Dos Contra
el Mundo", drama rugiente con-
tra un fondo salvaje, de un
odio mortal que se convierte en
llama de amor Irresistible.
"Dm Contra el Mund o",
I i Rawhide i que estrena maana
! el Teatro Lux, ofrece las carac-
I .litaciones Uitis dramticas y
1 encendidas de Tyrone Power y
: Susan Hayward, unidos por pri-
| mera vez para deleite de sus
mltiples admiradores.
EL 'AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY
P.M.
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
6:00
6:15
6:30
6:45
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
3:30
8:45
9:00
HOX MIRCOLES
El Hijo Perdido
dramatizacln cortesa
Avena Quaker
Conjunto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
Noticiero Pereira
Dedicatorias
Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental ,
Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacin RPA
Sus canciones preteridas
Flavio Garcia, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
Lucho Azcrraga
y su rgano
Mi Marido
dramatizacin. cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
Genoveva
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
En Voz Baja
con Anita Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
Msica espaola
Mxico y su msica
Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatizacin, cortesa de

MAANA
GRAN ESTRENO!
MUJER DE MEDIANOCHE
con
GLORIA MARN VICTOR JUNCO ERNESTO
ALONSO FELIPE DE ALBA y KATY JURADO
U$M FU0R7.A MISTERIOSA FORJABA SU DESTINO AVENTURERO...



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PARA MI NO HAY
NADA MEJOR!
QUE RUM AND COKE
MONTEZUMA!
E a al filo de la medianoche cuando se producan los grandes
acontecimientos de su vida...!
UNA PELCULA LUJOSA. UNA VIDA DE MUJER
QUE LE CAUTIVARA...!!
destilera
central sa
O L O HOY! I
peticin niinicial I I at i
reaparece en la
pantalla I
SOLO
A
EATRO LUX
RITA: La ex-Princesa
Aly Khan
Mostrando las glorias de su
sensual belleza y su talento
artsticoen su ms romn-
tica produccin musical en
Tecnicolor!...
"SUEOS
"ORADOS"
Algo fuera
de
e mundo!
Dom&tillh
Mil mmMi miim ammM
mmKmMIKmMMB
Le I.i .. .u. de la Funcin
de hoy sern donados al fon-
do de la CRUZ ROJA!
CON IRIB YA I'D.!
.Aire Acondicionado,
MAANA ESTRENO!
ELECTRIZANTE DRAMA
PASIONAL EN UN
PARAJE SALVAJE!
POWER, rudo y audaz! HAYWAPD, indomable!
"Esto que me
haces lo pa-
gars con tu
vida!"
Exclama ELL".
'MARLOWE JAGGER BUCHANAN ELAM
MJkCGLES ~ de JuliuPRE-ESTRENO! (
"NACIDA AYER" (Born Yesterday)
con Broderick Crawford William Holden y
Judy Holiday, la mejor actrii del ao!
9:15
9:30
10:00
10:15
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
Angellnl
Serenata de las Americas
Do Sols y Gmez
El Hit Musical de Hoy
Francia y su muslo
Grandes artistas
Hacia un mundo mejor
Cancionero nocturnal
Msica sin palabras.
Buenas noches
MASANA JUEVIg
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 El crreo del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
H:l* La Novela Matinal
Marianela
dramatizacin RPA
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes lntrrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Concierto Admirable
cortesa Casa Admirable
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
12:30 Lucho Azcrrafa
y su rgano
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
Con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Marianela
dramatizacin RPA
IIU^mJHJJ
HOY
Da Popular!
35e
UN DOBLE PROGRAMA
SENSACIONAL!
La Revelacin Filmica del Ano!
SUSANA FREYRE con
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ, en
ARA TODA
^FIESTA
5pR&^
AMPARE
ESPAOLA
ELGAITERO
LA LOCA DE
LA CASA
NINON SEVILLA, en
AVENTURERA
Qlu^jd*
MAANA
SENSACIONAL ESTRENO! ,
., Una de las comedias ms divertid,u
de la temporada!
Las tribulaciones de una pareja de
recin casados cuyas suegras com-
plican su existencia!...
CON DOS
SUEGRAS"
- con -
GENE TIERNEY
JOHN MM)
MIRIAM HOPKINS
Y la revelacin
cmica del ao!
THELMA RITTER
CECILIA
DESDE MAANA!
RAFT en accin!... Lo nico
que, lo alegra es tener una
mujer en sus brazos... Y es-
tar vivo!... Filmada en la
Costa Azul de Francia... Y en
los bajos fondos de Roma!
RAFT
COLEEN
GRAY
en
/HAGAN
JUEGO,
SEORES
ADEMAS:
VIOLENTO MELODRAMA
Odio! Intrigas! Traiciones!
LAS JOVflS oec
BRftnPCnBRGO
Dirlflaa per tafea* 'arde. rr*ducld*'
pt Sal M. Wufli.l Preductleni. lc.
Diitr ia-uldi pai Stt* C*lnr-**s_
ESCUCHE EN LA NOVELA

"CAMEL"
LOS LTIMOS CAPTULOS DE
"MI MARIDO"
y a partir del Viernes 29 de Junio, la NOVELA
CAMEL ofrecer a sus mltiples oyentes,
la dramtica obra de
CLAUDIO LOPEZ GRONNING
LAZOS DE ODIO
interpretada por
ELDA DE ICAZA
Un programa estelar en los 1090 kilociclos de
LA RED PANAMERICANA
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
RANDIOSO ESTRENO SIMULTANEO
EN LOS TEATROS
PRESIDENTE II VARIEDADES
DE LA PELCULA MAS EXTRAORDINARIA DE LA
CINEMATOGRAFA MODERNA!
Era blanca... Era bella... pero por sus venas corra sangre
de negros, y eso... era suficiente para no poder posar
los linderos del mundo de los blancos!...
MARCA LOPEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO RITA MONTANER
Y LA PRESENTACIN ESTELAR DE
MIGUEL TORRUCO, en
NEGRO ES MI COLOR
BELLA VISTA
UN IDILIO MARAVILLOSO... UNA PELCULA INOLVIDASLll
Jennifer JONES Joseph COTTEN, en
''CARTAS A MI A MAPA"
TEATRO LUX
Una Fantasia Incomparable!..
Rita
HAYWUITH
Larry
I PARKS
SUEOS dorados"
^^^K^OLORES^^^^
CENTRAL *
SPENCER TRACY
LANA TURNER
ZACHARY SCOTT
"ETERNO
CONFLICTO"
TEATRO CECILIA
LA MSICA Y EL CORAZN MATERNO SE
DISPUTAN SU CORAZN DE NIROI
"PRELUDIO"
ROLFE-^UtbleenBYRON
TEATRO TROPICAL
Alexia SMITH

Eleanor ,
PARKF.R
I
Sidney
Greenstreet
"MUJERES
DE BLANCO"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Alre-Acondlelonado __ _
"Ella Raines Franchot
Tone, en
"LA DAMA FANTASMA"
- Adems: -
Donald O'Connor
Jack Oakie, en
"LOS ALEGRES
MONAHANS"
TEATRO TIVOLI
"DA DE BANCO I B 100.00
Gratl a laa 5 y p m.
Adems: -
'EL CLAMOR HUMANO"
Tob Conway, en
h. riiiMiK H.H" ""'"-
TEATRO IRIS
Robert Taylor, en
"LA PUERTA del DIABLO"
Marshall Thompson, en
"HIlRAlirVIlIU NT1A"
HISPANO _
"DA POPULAR 15c.
"VENGANZA"
- y -
LA TRAMA PILH.ROSV
VARIEDADES
A laa i y :30 P-m. WAHOOI
Premio de Oro B. 100.00
Adems: Un Oran Dobla I
RAMON DELGADO
SifTid Curie, n
"El Vengador Implacable"

LOUIS HAYWARD
Joan Bennett, en
"EL HOMBRE DE LA
MASCARA DE HIERRO1!,
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
BURT LANCASTER "
Yvonne De Cario, en
"SIN LEY y SIN ALMA"
- Adems: -
DICK BOOARD*.
Jack Warner, en
"LONDRES 999"
TJATRO VICTOMA
~Lo* Doe Ultimo Capitulo da
"DICK TRACY CONTRA EL
CRIMEN ORGANIZADO"
. Adems: -
DQ8 PELCULAS1
TEATRO EDISON
Grandioso Dobla Programal
"La Furl de Lo Valientes"
- y -
Clifton Webb, en
"Niera I'lttmo Mdelo"
VJSTERMOSA
~RayMlllnd Hedy Lemarr
- en -
"l Placer de la Venan*"
Marie Wilson, an
"IRMA SE DESENREDA"
PACIFICO
Red Skelton, n
"POTOGRAFO FOB
ACCIDENTE"
- Adama: -
Joel McCrea. en
I0EAL
Donald O'Connor, en
"Uefo El Lacharo"
- Adam*: -
Ann Blyth. n
"FRENTE AL
^DMTjOj^^
APOLO
XA VRNENOtA"
con Gloria Mara
- y
"LA OVEJA NEGRA"
coj^^rnandoSoljr
ROOSEVELT
(EL ORGULLO DE LAS AFUERAS)
Tin-Tan, en "AY QUE BONITAS FIES1NA
Carlos Lot** Moctezuma, en "TRES HOMBBKS^IALOS.