The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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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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University of Florida
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is gafe*' Abraham Lincoln.
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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1951
rm cents
Ridgway Sent Instructions To
Open Field Talks On Ceasefire
(NEATelephoto)
A POLICEMAN'S LOT Detective Edward Shapiro finds out
about a policeman's unhappy lot as he tangles with Mrs.
Albert Mazzelll in Camden, N.J. Mrs. Mazzelli and other
aroused housewives tried to stop city dump trucks from de-
positing rubbish near their homes. Por her part In the
demonstration she was arrested. '
AWT SAYING Screen actor
J. Edward Bromberg testifies
before the House Un-American
Activities Committee In Wash-
ington. He refused to say
whether he is a Communist.
When asked if he would fight
for the U. 8. in a war with a
Communist country, Bromberg
said. I can't answer yes or no."
Ballet Troupe
Arrives; First
Showing Tonight
The Ballet Russe company
headed by choreographer and
dancer Paul Petroff arrived in
Panam this morning for a series
of three performances of which
the first is a gala official gath-
ering starting at .the National
Theater tonight at 8:15.
This evening's ballet will be de-
dicated to President and Mrs. Al-
cibiades Arosemena, and a color-
ful audience Is expected.
Tickets at $3 and $1.40 are still
1 available t the National Thea-
ter boxofflce, Herbert de Castro
of the Daniel Society said this
morning.
First ballerina of the troupe is
young and talented Nana Con-
ner, the wife of Petroff and the
only American dancer to receive
top billing with a Russian ballet
company. Her "leap" has been
hailed by critics from Montreal
to California.
Besides the old favorites, two
near novelties, Foklne-Rachma-
nlnoff's "Paganini" and the Li-
clikie-Strauss "Graduation Ball"
are in the repertoire of the Ballet
Russe company, along with Blue-
bird and "Gala Performance,"
one of the new Tudor works.
"Princess Aurora" and the
Symphony Pantastique and the
over-danced but beloved "Swan
Lake" are among the possibilities
for the programs for tonight, to-
morrow and Sunday.
11-Year Old Takes
Loss Of Foot
In Brave Stride
A brave 11-year-old girl has
learned that although she will
have to wear an artificial foot
for the rest of her life that she
will be able to lead an entirely
normal life.
The news was received calmly
by Forest Wise of Cocoll who had
been flown in Wednesday to Oor- fv
gas from Penonom Hospital 1^ ^the^^J^ rtfiS
where her foot, Just below the"*
ankle had been amputated fol-
lowing an automobile accident.
Forest, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Russell T. Wise, had been
transferred to Qorgas Hospital
only because X-ray facilities
were not available at Penonom.
The parents have expressed
their deep appreciation for the
excellent care their daughter re-
ceived at the four-month-old
fovernment hospital at Penono-
m. Although Dr. RafaeTEstvez,
the superintendent of the Agua-
dulce Hospital, was flown in to
attend the injured child, he
found the operation had already
been effectively performed by Dr.
Napolen Lasso. Dr. Anibal Grl-
snaldo C medical director of the
Fenonom Hospital, did every-
thing possible to assist the fam-
ily.
Forest is not receiving visitors
as yet, but she is resting comfort-
ably.
'Saratoga' Holds
Assault Maneuvers
At Outer Anchorage
The 1,400 officers and men of
Britain Puts
Padlock On
Iran Company
LONDON. June (UP) The
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company to-
day announced It is closing down
its entire operations in Iran.
It said there is no possibility of
a settlement of the oil dispute so
long as Mobamed Mossadegh Is
premier.
British employes throughout
the Iranian oilfields are being
summoned back to Abada n, the
great refinery port. Operations
will be ended within 10 days.
Meanwhile in Teheran Mossa-
degh promised United States Am-
bassadocHenry P. Grady that he
would try to have parliament
withdraw the controversial anti-
sabotage law. one of the factors
which is leading Britain to con-
sider withdrawing all its nation-
als from Iran.
Grady yesterday asked Foreign
Minister Bagher Kazeml to advise
Mossadegh to do something about
this law.
He also presented Mossadegh
with President Truman's thanks
for Mossadegh's recent message
asking for the support of all free
nations for Iran in the present
crisis. He said Mr. Truman would
reply In a few days.
Grady quoted Mossadegh as
saying he was disturbed by In-
dications of the collective with-
drawal of British workers.
British Foreign Secretary Her-
bert Morrison said Iranian insis-
tence on trying to implement na-
tionalization without proper re-
flection had led to a situation in
which Britain had been obliged
to withdraw all Its tankers.
Morrison's letter said nothing
about mass evacuation of Britons
from the oilfields, but it was
known that plans for .such action
are ready to be set off at a mo-
ment's notice.
Meanwhile the hearing of Brit-
ain's request to the International
Court for an interim injunction
protecting British property and
interests in Iran Is due to start
tomorrow.
The British delegation will be
led by. Attorney General Sir
Frank Soskke. It is still unknown
whether Iran will be represented.
Appeal To Rules Committee
Next Move For Tax Relief
WASHINGTON, June 20 (UP)
Walter Wagner, union repre-
sentative- from the Panama Ca-
nal Zone, said the next step to-
wards the passage of the income
tax relief bill for Zone employes
will probably be a consultation
with the Chairman of the House
Rules Committee. The purpose
would be to suspend House rules
so that an appeal might be made
on the floor of the House for
passage by common consent
in other words without any ob-
jection by anyone.
Wagner said that Daniel Reed,
author of the tax relief bill plans
to consult with Adolph J. 8abath,
Rules Committee Chairman at
the first opportunity.
(Rufus Lovelady, President of
the American Federation of Gov-
ernment Employee, said today
on the Canal Zone that it is his
hope that the bill wUl not be
objected to next week. However,
A. G. Arango
Back In Panama
A. G. (Bill) Arango, former
chairman of the board of direc-
tors of the Panam Trust Com-
pany, returned to Panam last
night.
Mr. Arango left the Isthmus on
March 9 to undergo hospital
treatment in the United States.
Two days earlier the Trust
forced to
ra?ta^*te5nhv^Star example, those having from one
If it does meet with opposition,
the national office of the AFGE
will ask the House Rules com-
mittee to grant a rule for bring-
ing the bill rip on the floor of
the House. The rule Is that a
bill must be on the calendar two
days before It can be called. By
next week, it will have been on
the calendar for sufficient time,
but because the scheduled meet-
ing on Wednesday falls on a holi-
day, July 4. it is believed that the
bill win go to the House either
Tuesday or Thursday).
Wagner meanwhile was oppos-
ing another bill in Congress,
which, If passed, would cut down
annual le^ve of many workers In
the Canal Zone to 13 days plus
another 13 for sick leave. He tes-
tified before the Senate Post Of-
fice Committee asking the com-
mittee lo "let the leave status of
Zone workers remain as now."
The bill, introduced by Senator
Francis Case, Republican, pro-
poses cutting the annual leave of
all government workers to 15
days "for the duration of the
present emergency."
Actually, leave for workers
outside the United States main-
land would be fixed on a gra-
duated scale which would per-
mit those In the Canal Zone with
15 years of service to have 39
days of combined regular and
sick leave.
Moreover, It would liberalize
travel arrangements considerably
for some workers. It would re-
duce leave chiefly for employes
with few years.of service. For
outer anchorage to engage In as-
sault maneuvers this morning
before coming into Balboa Har-
bor.
Arriving at 10:40 a.m. instead
of 9 a.m. as expected, the assault
transport Immediately put down
LCMs (landing craft, medium)
and LCVPs (landing craft,
vehicle and personnel).
Scrambling down cargo nets
into the landing craft the men
maneuvered the small boats In
circles around the ship to a cir-
cumference known in Naval par-
lance as the "line of departure"
from which an actual beach as-
sault would take off.
After the landing craft were
hauled aboard, the Saratoga
proceeded Into the harbor where
she berthed early this afternoon
at Pier No. 1. North, Naval Sta-
tion, Rodman.
Officers and crewmen will have
shoreleave during the ship's two-
day stop in port. She is due to
transit northbound Monday
morning.
250 Authorized Brothels In R.P.
Police Chief Jose A. Remon disclosed this morning
that there are presently 259 authorised brothels operat-
ing in Panama City.
He gave the information at a meeting for discussing
morality, and ways and means of preventing and subdu-
? ing child delinquency. The meeting was held at the Min-
istry of Government and Justice.
Dr. Alberto Calve, head of Panama's Public Health
Department, asked that the law governing the Issuing of
permits to open brothels be changed so as to give better
control over venereal disease.
After the meeting it was announced that henceforth
only governors, after consultation with official doctors
and the police, will leave such permita.
Naval Chief Sees
Atom Powered Subs
In 2 Or 3 Years
TOKYO, June 29. (UP).
The Chief of United States
Naval Operations, Admiral For-
rest Sherman, said here today
that the United States would
have atomic powered submarines
"within two or three years."
He added that to his knowl-
edge the Russians were not
that far along in the develop-
ment of such a weapon.
He said the Chinese Com-
munists may have one or more
Russian submarines. The major-
ity of the mines floating off the
Korean coast have been sup-
Ued to the Communists by
ussla. He said there was much
speculation, but little evidence
that these mines had been laid
by submarines.
He put Russian submarine
strength in the Far East at
approximately 80, and said
minor increases in the force
had been made during the past
year.
The correspondent of the
Russian news agency Tass, who
was has been accredited to Al-
lied headquarters hi Tokyo for
more than three .years, was
asked to leave Sherman's press
conference.
Navy officials said it was
general policy not to invite or
permit Soviet correspondents to
attend military press conferen-
ces.
on the institution by depositors
reduced Its cash on hand below
the limit required by law.
Mr. Arango was reportedly ac-
companied by banking officials
from New York but he was not
available today for comment.
He Is registered at the Hotel
El Panam.
Streamlined Train
Plunges Into Creek
MODE. Ulinois. une 39 (UP)
he Mcadowlark fast streamlin-
ed train carrying 75 passeugus
plunged 100 feet into Bruch
Cteek early today, killing two
crewmen and injuring at least
20 persons-
The bridge over the creek iud
been weakened by recent henry
rain*.
Chain Singh y Ca.
High Bidder On Five
Of 10 Old Quarters
Chain Singh y Cla. wa the
high bidder on five of the ten
old quarters buildings in An-
cn, Gatun. Cristobal and Camp
Bierd on which bids were open-
ed yesterday In the office of
the -Superintendent of Store-
houses.
High bids on the other struc-
tures were submitted by Cla.
Repblica de Construcciones y
Reparaciones, Louis A. Coutt
and Esteban Garca Alvarez.
Contract awards for the de-
molition and sale of the build-
ings will be made following an
analysis of the bids and eligi-
bility of the bidders.
Chain Singh
high bids on
structures: bachelor quarters,
number 438 and 442 on Porto
Bello Ct. in Ancon; Building 334,
a former school building, on
Schoolhouse Road in Gatun;
Building 358 in Gatun, local rate
brchelor quarters; and Build-
ing 334^ at Camp Bierd, which
has been used as a Building
Division storeroom.
Ca Repblica was the high
bidder on these structures:
Building 3S5, known as "Ter-
mite Terrace," abachelor quar-
ters building on Mamel Place
in Ancon; Building 420, a frame
cottage or Porto Bello Street in
Ancon; and Building 388 in Ga-
tun, local rate bachelor quar-
ters on Mesa Verde Place.
High bid on a frame cottage
on Porto Bello Street In Ancon,
Building Number 4C|, was sub-
mitted by Louis A. Coutt.
to five years would get a total
combined leave of 28 days.
Wagner said the representa-
tive of the Panam office In
Washington also testified against
the Case bill on behalf of the
Canal Zone Governor.
Argentine Deputies
Plan Strong Steps
Against Dissidents
BUENOS AIRES, June 29 (UP)
The Argentine Chamber of
Deputies today passed a mea-
sure providing penalties of up to
25 years imprisonment and a
permanent loss of all rights to
any Argentine citizen who by
means of press, radio or other
media urges from abroad poli-
tical or economic sanctions
against Argentina.
The Deputies also passed a
bill depriving Walter Beveraggl
Allende, exiled Argentine pro-
fessor, of citizenship, for hav-
ing allegedly suggested over a
Boston. Mass., radio station that
the United Nations should ap-
ply political and economic sanc-
tions against Argentina to bring
submitted the about the fall of President Juan
the following peron.
Beveragel Is reportedly an ex-
vlce-presldent of the Argentine
Labor Party who fled to Uru-
guay two years ago after being
jailed for allegedly plotting
against the Peron government.
Fighting Light
As Peace Fever
Reaches Front
TOKYO, June 29 (UP)Fight-
ing dwindled In Korea today as
the ceasefire fever spread to the
frontUneSj,
United Nations forces drove to
within easy artillery range of the
central Korean bastion of Kum-
song against fierce resistance.
But no more than patrol act-
ion was reported anywhere else
along the 100-mile front. '
Optimism over the chances of
peace was replacing skepticism
among frontline Allied troops.
Light Communist probing at-
tacks were beaten off during the
night southwest of Kansong, on
the east coast.
Generally both sides burrowed
deeper In their main defense
Unes and appeared contest to
limit ground activity to patrols,
pending the outcome of the
ceasefire negotiations.
The Reds parried every Allied
patrol thrust, but made no at-
tempt to pursue United Nations
troops when they withdrew.
However close support napalm
and machlnegun attacks by Al-
lied fighter bombers killed or
wounded at least 230 Commun-
ists.
Communist road and rail ar-
teries were severed- ft*. 18 strate-
gical places, aim five bridges
badly damaged, fit tactical fight-
er bomber operations.
Three Japan-4ased Superforts
bombed the Kafcgdong airfield
which the Reds nave been try-
ing all spring to construct.
C. Z. Infant Sucks
Turpentine Brush,
Goes To Hospital
Marshall Leon Harris, 19-month
old son of Policeman Gardner
Harris of Pedro Miguel, was in
Qorgas today after sucking on a
Saint brush that had been soak-
tg in turpentine. His condition
is not serious.
The Harris baby was discover-
ed early yesterday morning by
his mother in the kitchen of
their residence and he was rush-
ed to the Pedro Miguel dispen-
sary where Dr. Fien treated him.
He was then admitted to Qorgas
Hospital where he is undergoing
treatment.
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP) Instructions for pos-
sible field negotiations for a ceasefire in Korea have been,
approved by President Truman and are being sent to Gen-
eral Matthew B. Ridgway, United Nations supreme com-
mander.
In the United Nations it was felt negotiations would
take 14 days from the time Mr. Truman gave Ridgway th
go ahead signal.
Announcing that instructions had been sent to Ridg-
way, Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Lovett refused to
give any details.
He said any settlement reached between Ridgway and
the commanders of the North Korean and Chinese Com-
munist forces would be subject to approval in Washington.
Seoul dispatches suggested the field meeting might
be held in the western front No Man's Land city of Kae-
son, just south of the 38th parallel and 35 miles north-
west of Seoul.
Ridgv.oy has been in touch with Washington by direct
telephone.
There Is no confirmation of a
report that a plane Is standing by
at Tokyo airport prepared to take
Ridgway to Korea Immediately.
Representatives of the 16 Uni-
ted Nations with fighting forces
in Korea, due to meet here this
afternoon, seemed encouraged by
Russia's explanation yesterday of
her ceasefire proposals.
In view of the delicate prelim-
inary negotiations necessary
plus the necessity for getting
some fir massurances that a Ko-
rean ceasefire would not be used
as a cloak for the communists to
build up their forces again this
United Nations attitude Is con-
sidered highly optimistic.
8ome observers thought the
Chinese or
munlsts,
overtu;
thro
th Korean Corn-
make the first
easefire. possibly
oadcasts.
Truman Inaugurates
New Canal Company
WASHINGTON. June 29 (UP)
President Truman today Is-
sued an executive order chanc-
ing the name of the Panama
Railroad Company to the Pan-
ama Canal Company.
SomV V States Senators
are duU Hout an armistice
at the railel.
Sen. Pl^H. Douglas. D., 111.,
said suchyan armistice might
mean "a drawn battle Instead of
a victory."
Senator Robert A. Taft R.. O.,
said: "One thing I'm not in favor
of Is marching our forces back 20
miles Just after registering these
gains, then later have the fight-
ing start all over again."
Defense Secretary George C.
Marshall said that If the Chin-
ese armies get out of Korea the
chances of the United Nations
"having to go bac^ In will be very
much more remote."
In announcing the dispatch of
instructions to Ridgway, Lovett
expressed' concern that the end
of the Korean war would result In
a letdown of public support for
the rearmament program.
He said this would be appalling
"because the United States will
most assuredly be courting disas-
ter If It lets the Russian'Polltbu-
ro write America's defense pro-
gram."
He said an end to the Korean
war might well be a signal for
the Communists to put on the
pressure somewhere else in the
world.
Little Guys
Still Need
Your Help...
There are but three weeks left
until the Little League Baseball
Champions of the Canal Zone
leave for the States, IFif the
residents and business men of'
the community make It possible
by their contributions to the
Little League Fund to finance,
the proposed trip. They need.
55.000. of which but $1,639 has)
been raised to date.
These 14 little fellows whose)
ages are eleven and twelve yeare
are deneesrinr, on the public to
see that they are given the op-
Eortunity to try to bring 4 he
ittle League World Champion-
ship to the Canal Zone. They
are confident that the Isthmian
public will respond with their
usual generosity to this worthy
enterprise.
Containers for the use of vol-
untary contributors are being
placed in handy locations on
military and naval stations*
Contributions may also be mail*
ed to Fred Mead, Secretary*
Pacific Little League, Box 117,
Balboa Heights, C. Z., and to the
Editor of The Panam Americ-
an, Box 134, Panam, R.P.
Tour contribution will be
gratefully accepted and appre-
ciated by these potential base-
ball greats.
Little League
Box Score
Previously reported.. $1,584.64
Royal Netherlands
Steamship Co. em-
ployes ..........
Walter Roski, presi-
dent, American Club
Atlantic Bridge Club
(2nd contribution)..
Cash collections ....
ll.te
2i.ee
4.5e
is.ee
Total
$1,639.14
Van Fleet Escapes
Injury As 'Copter
Smashes Blades
STH ARMY HQ.. Korea. June
29, (UP) Lt. Gen. James A.
Van Fleet, commander of the
United Nations ground forces
In Korea and Vlce-Admiral A.
A. Burke were shaken up but
net Injured when their helicop-
ter tilted on one side while
snaking a landing aboard the
cruiser Los Angeles. The heli-
copter's blades chewed them-
selves up against the deck.
Tan Fleet returned to the
shore by beat.
Sister Machine Gunned As Shelton War
Flares Anew In Illinois Hinterland ]
three
FAIRFIELD 111., June 29 (UP) Assistant State's Attorney WU- possible the two shootings were to Ithe' P"' './". l2i!!
Asister and brother-in-law of lard Piece id the two victim, finked. Sow apparently was alone Shelton brother^ Blg^arl. Bar-
the notorious 8heltons were shot
today In another of the mysteri-
ous attacks on the clan, and a
short time later a man was found
dead of bullet wounds In the
home of one of their relatives.
Mrs. Lulu Shelton Pennington
and her husband Ouy said they
were wounded by machine-gun
fire when a black sedan forced
their car off the road. They told
police their attacker was Charles
and two other witnesses Identi-
fied Harris as the attacker, the
second time he has been linked
with the mysterious war to ex-
terminate the 8heltons.
Sheriff Elmer Brown said that
Sam Mercer, who claimed to have
witnessed the shooting, told him
the attacker was tall and dark
and carried two pistols. Harris is
short and stubby.
According to the Penningtons,
at the Pennington home when
killed.
The mysterious, four-year war
on the Sheltons has killed three
brothers and injured other mem-
bers of the clan.
Mrs. Pennington told State Po-
lice that when she and her hus-
band were forced to the side of
the road she recognized Harris,
who shouted:
"This is where you get it."
yo
fii
nie and Roy,
from ambush and other mem-
bers have been shot at. A fourth
brother, Big Karl, finally fled
this traditional stamping grounds,
of the clan after he was shot
twice and his home was bombed.
His whereabouts have been kept
secret.
Harris had been a henchman
of the Sheltons In the days when
they warred on the rival bootleg
rmacCkWCharTeVT"Har"rU tornier" HarrtTfe? In "is black" sedan Harris began firing a drum- gang of Charley Blrger with.an
&2VV.S& *oth- whenGE. Pennington drove up ^L^ffiSiffSS BT^^e^rrhrspT'wSS
ers who turned enemy.
Later police found the bullet-
pierced body of Louis Sons, 52, a
local laborer, In the home of O.
E. Pennington. brother of Ouy.
He was shot thorugh the chest
and the mouth.
Mrs. Pennington and her hus-
band told state police that Harris
turned a machine gun on them
Later Sons' body was found at her car and tried to hide in a the family il
o^fr^a^^re^^nt^w'So- **& never done anything to "Srs'P^ington anc1 her hua-
aummoned police. you." she said she pleaded with band are the only _8taltou at
life- her attacker.
Authorities said Sons, a
Harris laughed and kept firing,
she said. Her husband ran to-
ward the nearby Falrfleld hospi-
tal and was hit four times,
when he halted their car. Both separately to Penningtons home Mrs. Pennington said Harris'
were struck four times and were to get a drink. weapon Jammed twice but n ..
in serious condition at the Fair- Police had no Immediate clues slapped it into operation and kept *^'^am
field hospital. to Sons' death but said it wasflrtag at her. the barn was burned down
long resident of Falrfield, had no
known connection with the Shel-
ton clan. He and the man who
found him were said to have gone
living in this once-peaceful farm
area.
With Big Earl In hiding, the
war apparently was extending to
all things Shelton. Three weeks
ago a farmer plowing fields on a
farm owned by Big Earl was shot


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Under-Water Repair Senda
Jap Freighter on Her Way
Alter an 'unusual propeller
blade change, made under water,
the 6,700-ton Japanese freight-
er Nissan Maru was cleared yes-
terday afternoon to resume her
voyage to Kawasaki, .Japan, via
Los Angeles.
Nissan Maru arrived In Cristo-
bal last Thursday from Norfolk,
loaded with 7,582 long tons of
coal. She transited the Canal the
same day and went to sea imme-
diately.
Alter clearing Balboa, however,
the vessels broke one blade of the
four-bladed built-up propeller, of
which each blade Is demounta-
ble. She returned to Balboa for
repairs.
Industrial Bureau workmen
were called In to repair the pro-
peller. Since the Balboa drydock
Is not operating and the Mount
Hope drydock could not accom-
modate a vessel of Nissan Maru's
size, divers were used for the op-
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The diving team then lowered
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"The race Is not always to the
swlit," said Peter, "nor is the
battle always to the strong. Also,
the hand is Quicker than the
eye." .
Peter Leventrltt's advanced
class at the Card School grinned
expectantly. They knew he was
golnK to pull another rabbit out
of the hat for their amusement
and instruction.
Pete thereupon laid out the
hand printed in today's article.
When West opens a spade
dummy plays the nine, and East
discards the deuce of clubs. The
first lesson, Pete warned, was to
keep your eyes open. Otherwise
you might carelessly mistake
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no means a rare occurrence In a
fast-moving game.)
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play the hand. Most players try
to cash three top clubs and three
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the game with four trump tricks.
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the ashcan since West trumps
the third round of hearts and
the defenders are bound to get
three diamond tricks no matter
what happens.
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than he can afford. Anybody
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my's extra club. The third heart
may be high or lowbut it must
still be discarded. Then South
can ruff dummy's third heart to
make sure of ten tricks.
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Lawmakers Set To Blast Holes
Through Truman 9s Price Curbs
By WARREN DUFFEE
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP) President Truman
said yesterday the defense effort will "take a beating"
unless Congress passes a "good" controls law. But even
as he made the statement, a powerful House coalition join-
ed the Senate plan to bar all price rollbacks after Satur-
day midnight.
The "traffic GOP" House Rules Committee, domin-
ated by Republicans and Southern Democrats, sent to the
House floor a 31-day extension of existing controls but
leaving the door open for a vote to kill all rollbacks after
June 30.
The vote, expected this afternoon, will come on an
amendment drafted by Chairman Harold D. Cooley, D.,
N.C., of the House Agriculture Committee. It would not
only forbid further rollbacks, but also would exempt many
farm products such as eggs and chickens from pride
ceilings.
Members said the Rules Committee voted 6 to 5 to
permit a vote on the anti-rollback amendment. It would
apply not only to the 31-day extension, but also to any
new control law unless the House voted to cancel it.
Treasury Chief
Pleads For More
Defense Taxes
Chairman Adolph J. Sabath, D.,
111., of the rules group said the
amendment would "scuttle all
price controls."
The senate, meanwhile, push-
ed toward final passage of a per-
manent new control law that
likewise would ban all pending
price rollbacks.
The President read reporters a
formal statement at his news
conference. He had Just confer-
red with Price Chief Michael V.
DtSalle, who warned that provi-
sions of the Senate bill would kill
meat price controls, Invite black
marketing and endanger the
whole stabilization program.
Mr. Truman said there is "a
terribly dangerous possibility"
Congress will not get any bill
passed In time to keep controls
from expiring. "Just as danger-
ous," he said, is the chance It
will pass a measure "so crippled
and confused with special inter-
est amendments that it would be
worse than useless in the fight
against inflation."
"If either of these things
happen, the consumers in this
' country will take a beating,
and our whole defense effort
our whole stake in the free
world's securitywill be placed
in jeopardy."
While a 31-day extension of ex-
isting controls would not have
saved DlSalle's remaining two
beef rollbacks, price officials had
thought it would permit manu-
facturing price rollbacks slated
for July 2 to go Into effect.
But a House coalition compos-
ed of Republicans and Southern
Democrats, with farm state mem-
bers predominating, Joined in an
effort to kill permanently all fur-
ther price rollbacks.
Republican leaders in the Sen-
ate fined up behind a similar
move. Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., O.,
said the OOP policy committee
had agreed to oppose any exten-
sion of the present law. He said
there were suggestions the Sen-
ate offer the House its bill as a
"stop-gap" measure to keep con-
trols alive.
Senate Republican leader Ken-
neth S. Wherry of Nebraska said
that if a 31-day extension comes
up in the Senate, he will insist on
barring any rollbacks during the
life of the extension.
Air Force's Lieut* Blue
Drifted Off Wild, Yonder
0
BA1NBRIDOE. Oa.. June 29
(UP) An Air Force lieutenant
with a spotless record who van-
ished 10 days ago was reunited
with his family yesterday but the
reason behind his disappearance
was still a mystery.
The Air Force moved quickly to
clear it up. 1st Lt. Alford Blue's
commanding officer at Keesler
Field. Miss., said the AWOL air-
man would be brought back there
Immediately by a fellow-officer
for a thorough hospital examin-
ation .
"We will Issue a statement fol-
lowing that examination," said
Col. J. P. Klrkendall, the com-
mandant.
Picked up at a tourist camp
here after an unidentified woman
telephoned his father in Alaba-
ma where he might be found.
West Point educated Lieutenant
Blue was held by Sheriff A. E.
White until members of his fami-
ly came to get him.
Blue's beautiful brunette wife.
Wayne, who considers him "stea-
dy as a rock," his cousin. Dr. D.
H. Blue and an Alabama deputy
started back with the airman to
Bessemer. Ala., his par e n t a 1
home.
However, Dr. Blue showed up
in Bessemer alone driving Lieu-
tenant Blue's car and said he had,
no comment to make.
Lt. Bine and his wife either
were delayed or the officer had
been intercepted by the Keesler
Field AWOL "retriever" squad
and was being taken straight
back to his base, accompanied by
his wife.
The AWOL officer's case is con-
sidered a "compete mystery" at i
Keesler. Col. Klrkendall said.
"Lt Blue had no family trou-
bles that we know of." klrken-
dall said. "He was getting along
good in (weather) school and
had a splendid record."
Blue, 28. vanished July 18 en
route back to his base from a vis-
it to Bessemer, where he left his
wife and two children with her
parents. He was driving his late-
model, two-tone Mercury.
When days passed with no
word of the lieutenant his wife
voiced fear that he had been
waylaid or perhaps accidentally
driven Into a river.
Rumors that his body had been
found or that his car had been
spotted as far away as Mexico
proved groundless. But lt was es-
tablished that a $100 check he
was carrying had been cashed at
a Montgomery, Ala., bank.
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP)
-^-Secretary of the Treasury John
W. 8nyder said today the record-
breaking $7,200,000,000 tax In-
crease passed the House Is "not
enough" to curb inflation and
asked the Senate to raise it 50
per cent.
Testifying before the Senate
Finance Committee, he said at
least $10,720,000,000 in new rev-
enue Is needed to keep the de-
fense program "within reach" of
a pay-as-we-go basis. He said
personal income taxes should be
Increased at least another billion
over the House figure.
Snyder ducked- a question on
whether the Administration will
seek still aother increase next
year. But a Budget Bureau otfi-
cial estimated that federal
spending will climb bjMen to 80
billion dollars in the fiscal year
which begins July 1. 1952. If this
Js borne out, new tax requests are
Inevitable.
Sen. Eugene D. Milliken, R.,
Colo., drew from Snyder the ad-
mission that If the Administra-
tion does seek further tax hikes
next year, it will be necessary to
seek- out "some completely new
types" of federal revenue.
Snyder declined to say what
"new types" of taxes might be
imposed, but one obvious possi-
bility is a federal sales tax. Trea-
sury experts also have been stu-
dying the possibility of a tax on
bonds and savings accounts.
Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D., Va.,
challenged Snyder's figures and
asserted that a much smaller tax
Increase would balance the budg- !
et for the fiscal year 1952 which
begins Sunday. Byrd said that if
Congress cuts President Tru-
man's spending estimates by $3,-
000,000,000, a tax hike of $4,600,-
000,000 would be adequate.
Snyder said the House bill falls
short, particularly in the size of
the Increases it would impose on
individual Income and excise tax-
es.
The House bill would raise
nearly $3,000,000,000 through a
12% per c*nt across-the-board
increase in individual Income tax
rates. Snyder said the take from
that source should be raised by
at least $1,000,000,000.
He said the excise tax increases
voted by the House bill will bring
In slightly less than $1,000,000,-
000 and argued that this should
be tripled at least.
Snyder said "further Increases"
are desirable especially, In the
excise taxes on consumer durable
goods, such as television sets, ra-
dios, automobiles, and household
appliances.
He also asked much steeper
hikes than the House approved
in taxes on liquor, gasoline, and
clgarets.
While the Administration would
like a somewhat higher Increase
in corporation taxes, Snyder said,
lt is willing to waive that point.
The House voted an increase of
about $2,700,000,000 in corpora-
tion taxes, compared to the $3,-
200.00O.Cfl0 sought by the Admin-
istration.
Ancon Concessions
Start Vacating
Clubhouse Building
The first Of the changes to be
made in removing the present
concession shops from the Ancon
Theater Building will take place
this weekend, with the closing of
the Ancon Barber Shop effective
at the close of business Saturday.
Jack Willison. in charge of the
Ancon Barber Shop, will assume
responsibility for the operation
of the Balboa Barber Shop start-
ing Monday.
Barbering facilities for resi-
dents of Ancon will be available
at the Hotel Tlvolt as well as at
the Balboa Barber Shop after the
Ancon shop Is closed.
The dressmaker shop In the
Ancon Theater Building will be
moved to Building 5040, Diablo
at the rear of the former Diablo
Mess Hall on July 31.
At the same time, the tailor
shop will be transferred to the
Hotel Tlvolt.
The removal of the Ancon
Beauty Shop has not been sched-
uled.
It is now expected that the of-
fices of the General Manager of
the Clubhouse Division in the
Ancon Theater Building will be
relocated In the Diablo Clubhouse
by about August 1.
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FKIDAT, JUNK M. 1M1
Giants Edge Dodgers 5-4 As Irvin Homers Twice
rutting une little word after another and whatever became
f tin- Whiz Kids? The Phillies are ne longer taking dead aim at
Drat place. They'll settle lor first division. Last season they were
both lucky and unlucky. Lucky in that they escaped injuries,
unlucky in that thev loot Curt Simmon to your Uncle Samuel.
Anvway, It's 1 to 3 and oat the ML won't have a re prater. Hasn't
'bad one. in fact, since the Caras put three championships to-
Either. 42. '43. '44. Billy Southworth was the mastermind. Now
e's out of baseball, retired, a failure in Boston, his future
a blurred guess. You never can tell, can you?

Le Sucre Marveilleu, as the French hail Sugar Ray Robinson,
tells Paris sports writers he wants no part of Eazard Charles.
iS'nart gent. The Giants seem to have come up with a really fine
.prospect in Willie Mays, who is out-Mantling Mantle at the mo-
ment with a .300 mark and a strident home run stick. The young
men who are acclaiming the Dodgers outfield of Furlllo, Snider
and Pafko. the best of all time, obviously saw the Yankee com-
bine of Ruth. Meusel and Combs. And any outfield that had Cobb
and Heilman at the same time had to be better than fair. DiMan-
glo iJ.i and Henrich didn't look revolting out there, either. Ten-
nessee has dropped Doug Atkins, one of the best ends In the
country, from its football squad. Reason? Scholastic difficulties.
Lester Scott complains: "The Roller Derby wasn't the only
attraction to show a box offiee profit in the Garden over last
'ear. Both Sonja Heine and the National Horse Show turned in
mproved figures." I wouldn't know about the horses, bnt how
could Sonja improve her figure? Current sport magazine features
an oil painting of Pounditout being greeted upon his arrival at
Oene Leon's Central Valley Farm, where the noble steed now lives
the life of a retired bookmaker. And last week Pounditout's half-
brother. Jam. won a jumping race retailing a I17.0 ticket. In
answer to several inquiries, Plane Lucky, our latest, will be ready
to go again in two weeks. Typical of today's young women, she's
scandalously fast. There was a suspicion that Count Turf had
come up to the Belmont sore and the Derby winner's running
in the classic seemed to confirm the back side gossip.
Washington will soon see James W. Carter, the new light-
weight champion; as If Washington hasn't seen enough light-
weights in recent years. The Japanese have nine different words
foi husband and the office cynic Is sure they all mean chump.
Dagmar in a swim suit gives meaning to the exclamation "I've
-seen everything." Not many of us understand what Mr. Truman's
'point four" is all about, but if It has anything to do with the
.'freckled cubes we know its a hard one. There are compensations
even for the soldier who was burled alive six years. For at least
'he'didn't have to watch Ralph Kiner play first base. The cover-
lull academic gown is a handicap to any girl graduate who hopes
to catch the eye of a TV dramatic scout. The Yankees haven't
been able to win two in one day all season, and the Dally Double
player knows Just how Mr. Stengel feels. There Is much con-
itrsion about our foreign policy and the truth Is It's all Greek
To us, too.

I
Want to hire a ball player like Phil Ritiuto. Yogi Berra. Gil
Hedges, Chico Carrasauel or Vern Stephens to do radio works,
lead barn dances, make with parlor magic or baby sit? Get in
touch with Frank Scott. 280 W. 54th St. Aside to Raymond F.
Cohen, Manhattan: Technically, Bobby Jones was never a pro,
bat he ceased to be an amateur from the moment he accepted
kXSO.OOO to do a series of instructional movie shorts in 1930. In
subsequent competitive appearances he was neither designated on
the score board as a pro or an amateur. Actually, I suppose, you'd
have to say Jones ended his career a professional. John Gal-
breath, who owns the Pittsburgh Pirates, and is one of the na-
tion's leading realtors, is building an entire city. It is to be
known as Fairies, Pa. Incidentally. Galbreath's racing colors
Mured for the first time in the east last wetk. His determination
'(te prove fine racing stock can be bred in Ohio is being watched
.with Interest by Bluegrase pundits

Is it naivete or slapstick comedy Gov. Fuller Warren dis-
plays when he assures the Senate Crime Commission he has no
knowledge of racketeers in legitimate Florida business activities?
!Why. It's getting so you can hardly open a hamburger down
there unless you have a police record. Speaking of racketeers,
'Willie Morettl. Joe Adonis' boy friend, can't understand why he's
baired by New Jersey tracks. "They don:t bother me at the New
York tracks." he pouts. Maybe he's a member of the Turf and
Field Club. The White Sox are far from in. Remember the equal-
ity surprising AAA's of '48? They led as late as July 24. At sea-
son's end they were a distant fourth. Could happen again.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race "F-l" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: S275.00 Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double
1Bfalo C Ycaza 109
2Exito E. Campbell 107X
3MigueUto J. Cadogen 115
4Tap Dancer A. Mena I04x
5Aqu Estoy S. Garcia 100X
6Embustero J. Phillips 115
2nd Race "C" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: 325.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Double
l_White Fleet G. Cruz 118
2Proton V. Rodriguez 104x
3Taponazo O.Chanls 108
4Arquimedes A. Vasquez 107x
5Stella J. Avila 120
Ird Race "B" Natives 1 Mile
Purse: $350.00 Pool Closes 1:46
One-Two
1Don Pltin G. Alfaro 123
2Filigrana A. Vasquez 106x
S-Mandlnga C. Ruiz 122
4Mr. Espinosa F. Castae. 107x
5Amazona R. Gomez 122
6Mueco V. Rodriguez 107x
4th Race "F" ImportedIj Fgs.
Purse: (500.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Quiniela
1Galante II
2Betn i
3Rid. East)
4Frutal
6Pulgarcito
8Own Power
O. Chanls 112
A Bazan 113
J. Contreras 120
G. Crua 112
R. Vasquez 112
A. Vasquez 109x
5th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Dora's Time A. Enrique 104x
2- Cobrador i F. Rose 120
3Porters Star- C. Ruiz 114
4Interlude C. Ycaza 118
5Armeno A. Mena 104x
8-.MSS Fairfax J. Rodrig'z 115
8th Race "F" Imported6' Fg.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Double
1The Dauber B.Moreno 112
2^-Cantaclaro
3Bronx
4Honey Moon
6 Rose Hip
8Paragon
V. Ortega 112
C. Lino 115
A. Bazan 115
J. Phillips 115
C, Ycaza 114
7th Race "C" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double
1Newminster i B.Moreno 115
2Gorsewoodi A. Enrique 105x
8 A venue Road V. Ortega 117
4Montiellto J. Contreras 11
5Microbio A. Vasquez 105x
6Welsh Fox Jose Rodrig'z 110
8th Race "I- Imported6'i Fgs.
Parse: (375.00 Pool Closes 4:4f
Quiniela
1Rossonlng R. Vasquez 111
2 Celaje II Jose Rodriguez 114
3Manhattan J. Cadogen 110
4Hanna F. Castaedas 100x
5-Tartufo A. Mena 112x
6Apretador K Flores 115
7Beach Sun V. Rodriguez 10tx
8Miss Cristina F. Rose 110
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9th Race "I" Imported8! 4 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Gold Cylle A. Mena 105x
2Flamenco B. Moreno 108
3Dark Delite F. Rose 106
4Forzado A. Enrique lOOx
5_Ooyito Jose Rodriguez 106
6Antecede C Ruiz 116
7Tltom C. Chavez lOOx
10th Race 'F-2' Natives'-j Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Ria Rol Jose Rodrig'z 112
2Callejera F. Castaedas 117x
3Caramelo G. Cruz 107
4Singapore R. Vasquez 107
5Diosa M. Arosemena 100
Fourth Of July Athletic Events
Slated For Margarita Gymnasium
A full round of athletic events
and contests is scheduled for the
children of the Atlantic Side on
the Fourth of July at the Marga-
rita Gymnasium.
The day's activities will begin
with a round of basketball games
for the younger boys on the fol-
lowing time schedule;
8:30,a.m. "D" League Game.
9:30 a.m. "C League Game.
10:30 a.m. "B" League Game.
Players on winning teams will
be awarded basketball charms at
the completion of each contest.
At 11:00 a.m.. a track meet will
be conducted on the playing
field. The events and classifica-
tions are given below:
40 vd dash: Boys under S yrs.
40 yd dash: Girls under years.
50 yd dash: Boys 8-12 years.
50 yd dash: Girls 8-12 years.
100 yd dash: Boys 13-16 years.
75 yd dash: Girls 13-16 years.
100 vd relay: Boys under 8 yrs.
(4).
100 yard relay: Girls under 8
years old (4).
200 yd relay: Boys 8-12 years
(4>.
200 yd relay: Girls 10-14 year
(4).
Broad Jump: Boys 10-14 years.
Broad Jump: Girls 10-14 years.
Medals will be awarded for
each first and second place in
each event.
At 1:30 p.m. the last basketball
game of the day between the
Cristobal High School Varsity and
the Margarita All-Stars will get
under way. This game should
prove to be a really razzle dazzle
contest as both clubs have had a
great deal of experience this sea-
son already. A trophy will be a-
warded t o the winning ball club.
A swimming meet has been
scheduled for the children at the
Fort Gullck Swimming Pool. Chil-
dren who wish to participate or
to watch the meet may board
busses between 1:00 and 1:30 at
the Margarita Gymnasium which
will transport them to and from
the pool. The following events
will start promptly at 2:00 p.m.:
20 yd free style: Boys 8-12 yri.
20 yd free style: Girls 8-12 yrs.
40 yd freestyle: Boys 13-16yrs.
40yd freestyle: Oirls 13-16 yrs.
20 yd back stroke: Boys 8-12
yrs.
20 yd back stroke: Girls 8-12
yrs.
40 backstroke: Boys 13-16 yra.
40 back stroke: Boys 13-18 yrs.
40 backstroke: Girls 13-16yrs.
20 breast stroke: Boys 8-12 yrs.
20 yd breast-stroke: Girls 8-12
years.
40 yd breast stroke: Boys 13-16
years.
40 yd breast stroke: Girls 13-16
years.
Diving: Boys 8-12 years (front,
back. 2 optional dives): Girls 8-
12 yrs (front, back. 2 optional
dives.
Diving: Boys 13-16 vrs (front,
back, half twist. 3 ontloni";
Girls 13-16 years (front, back,
half twist, 3 optional."
The swimming meet marks the
end of the athletic activities on
the Atlantic Side for the fourth
of July. _
National League
TEAMS
Brooklyn.....
New York.....
fit. Louis......
Cincinnati ....
Philadelphia ..
Boston.......
Chicago......
Pittsburgh .. ..
Won Lost Pet.
. 41 24 .631
31
n
33
33
38
33
32
32
30
28
25
.551
.508
.402
,4M
34 .460
S3 .45
39 .301
TODAY'S GAME8
New York at Boston (N).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (N).
Chicago at St. I.ouis (N).
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Ten Innings)
Boston 020 000 000 02 6 3
Phila. 010 010 000 13 13 1
Surkont, Estock, Spahn J8-61
and Cooper; Meyer, Konstanty
(3-5) and Wllber.
Brooklyn 100 003 000-^4 9 0
New York 100 100 03x-*5 8 4
Branca- <52< and Campanella;
Koslo, Jones<<2-5> and Westrum.
(Night Game)
Chicago.............. 8
St. Loula............ 0
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 030 301 0007 15 0
Cincinnati 000 010 1305 11 1
Werle (4-1 >, Wilks (8) and Mc-
Cullough; Raffensberger (7-8),
Wehmeler (4), Byerly (6) and
Schefflng.
EARLY START
Cincinnati. (NEA) Although
Knot Hole Gangs are relatively
new. the Reds experimented with
the Idea In 1902.
American Leu*, -
TEAMS
Chicago .. ..
New York. ..
Boston.....
Cleveland ..
Washington.
Detroit .. ..
Philadelphia
St. Louis.. ..
Won Lost Pet.
.648
.641
.531
.403
.508
.369
45 .297
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston (T-N).
Detroit at Cleveland (N).
St. I.ouis at Chicago (N).
Wash'gt'n at Fhiladelp'a (T-N>
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
DETROIT at CHICAGO)
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
New York 000 000 0303 7 0
Washingfn 000 000 0000 9 0
Morgan (3-11, Ostrowskl and
Berra; Hudson tl-4> and Kluttz.
(Only Games Scheduled.)
Faces In
The Majors
Table Tennis
5th Round Play
Slated Tonight
Two Istmeo TTC players in
the Panam section eliminations
sporting no defeats were prepar-
ing today to retain an unbroken
string In the filth round matches
of the Isthmian Table Tennis
championship tournament sche-
duled at 8 o'clock tonight at the
Pacific Clubhouse.
The pair are Arthur Joseph,
Eicked by most of the followers of
he miniature tennis sport as the
player to clinch the Cla, Alfaro
(International Harvester) tro-
phy, and William Stephenson, a
seeded player who has survived
three matches without a setback.
Joseph has notched four straight.
{etting the stlffest opposition so
ar In the first round from Lt. O
L. Morrow who snared him in the
first set but lost ground In the
following sets to loee the match.
The Fort Kobbe GI teed off In
the fourth round matches last
Tuesday to rack up three wins
that evening bringing his total
to five wins against one loss in
as many games of the round-rob-
in play. A potential threat in the
competition, Lt. Morrow does not
expect any further reverses be-
sides the only one he already had
from Joseph. He will be out of the
competition tonight but expects
to be around Monday to make up
for lost time.
The 12 matches scheduled for
tonight follows: Oeorge Maduro
vs. wm. Stephenson, Stanley Hall
vs. Ramn Ramirez, Arthur Jo-
seph vs. James Webster, Wm,
Stephenson vs. Carlos Wong, Sgt.
Joe Lockman vs. Alfonso McCor-
nack, Ana Teresa Ros ve. Ramn
:amirez. Stanley Hall vs. Arthur
.oseph. Wesley Jones vs. Alfonso
McCormack, Geo. Maduro vs.
Carlos Wong, Ana Teresa Rios vs.
Ramn Ramire, Juan de la
Guardia vs. Wesley Jones and Ju-
lius David vs. Arthur Joseph.
THE STANDINGS
Won Lost
Joseph.......... 4 0
Stephenson...... 3 0
Morrow .. ...... 5
Lockman........ 8 2
Wong.......... 3 2
Hall.......... 2 2
Webster........ 2 2
Ros.......... 2 3
Jones.......... 1 2
McCormack...... 1 2
De la Guardia .... 0 8
David.......... 0 2
Ramirez........0 4,
Maduro.......... -
Juan Franco Tips
By"CLOCKER"
1MigueUto
2White Fleet
3Den Pltin
4Riding East
5Miss Fairfax
6Paragon
7Welsh Fox
8 Apretador
49Antecede
10 Rlna Rel
ONE BEST
Embustero
Stella
Mandinga
(e) Galante II
Cobrador (e)
Cantarla ru
Montielito
Celaje 11
Dark Dellte
Diosa
Ria Rol.
New Yorkers Take Series
2-1; Yanks Triumph 3-0
fly United Press
NEW YORK, Juna 29 The Giants defoared the
Dodgers'5-4 in the deciding game of their three-game
series at the Polo Grounds and moved to five games of
the National League leading Brooklyn tes.
Strangely enough, the Giants
won because one of Manager Leo
Durocher's maneuvers failed,
chiefly because the Giants' right
fielder Don Mueller Is a slow base
runner.
Mueller had led off the eighth
with a single. Whltey Lockman
bunted safely to put runners on
first and second. The Durocher
strategy called for Wes Westrum
to sacrifice the runners to second
and third.
Westrum dropped a bunt
which he might even have beat
out. Bnt Ralph Branca, the
Dodger pitcher, realising that
Mueller was slow, took the ball
near third and threw out Mu-
eller on a force play. Durocher
protested loudly over the close
decision.
Monte Irvin. who had already
homered, blasted another Into
the left field seat* for a three-
run homer that won the ball
game. But if the runners had
advanced as per plan. Irvin un-
doubtedly would have been pur-
posely passed. As it turned out,
the next two battersHank
Thompson and pitcher Sheldon
Joneswere easy outs.
In the other National League
games, the Phillies topped the
skidding Braves 3-2 in ten in-
nings at Philadelphia while
Frank HUler pitched a one-hit-
ter for the Cubs, 8-0, over the
Cardinals at St. Louis and the
Pirates beat the Reds 7-5 at Cin-
cinnati. The final two games were
night contests.
Biller, a Yankee castofT, was
kept from gaining a no-bitter
by Enos Slaughter's single for
the Cards with one out in the
fifth inninga drive through
the left side of the infield.
Only one other Card reached
base safelya base on ballsand
Hitler faced only 27 batters.
The Pirates-Reds game took
two hours and 18 minutes in ac-
tual time of play but was delay
ed two hours nine minutes by
rain. Pete Castlglione hit a dou-
ble and singled twice to lead the
Pirates' 15-hlt onslaught while
relief pitcher Ted Wltks choked
off a three-run Red rally In the
eighth lnhing with the tying
runs on base.
Jim Konstanty, in two Innings
of scoreless relief hurling, gain-
ed his third victory when Roy
Hartefleld threw wildly to home
plate instead of completing a
sure doubleplay at first to permit
Tommy Brown to score the win-
ning Phllly run over the Braves.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Yankeeg with their sea-
son's 12th shutout, a collabora-
tion job by rookie Tom Morgan
and reliever Joe Ostrowskl. de-
feated the Senators 3-0 at Wash-
ington to move within a half-
!ame of the idle first place White
x. The White Sox-Tigers game
at Chcago was rained out and
there were no other scheduled
American League games.
The Yankees broke up a score-
less pitching duel between Mor-
gan and Sid Hudson in the eighth
with Cliff Mapes' three-run dou-
ble after Johnny Mlze led off with
a two-bagger and Bobby Brown
reached first base on an attempt-
ed sacrifice when a throw to third
was too late to get Mlze and a
walk to plnchhltter Johnny Hopp
loaded the bases.
Morgan, winning his third
game and first since coming back
from Kansas City, tired in the
final two innings but Ostrowskl
protected his margin.
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
7th Race 4tC" Importeds 1 Mile
Puree: $650.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
1. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 115
2. (GORSEWOOD............A. Enrique 105x
3. AVENUE ROAD...........V. Ortega 117
4. MONTIELITO...........J. Contreras 119
5. MICROBIO .............. A. Vsquen 105x
6. WELSH FOX..........Jos Rodrguez 110
SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACES
5th Race "E" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Puree: $550.00 Pool Oq*m: 2:55 pira.
1. (SILVER DOMINO____......V. Ortega 114
2. (ESPARTANO ............P. Ordeen 120
3. MOSQUETON)............B. Moreno 112

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4. GRISl' ).......'.........A. Soto 111
5. LACNICO...............E. Corcho 107x
6. GAYWOOD...............J. Phillips 120
8th Race "D" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Puree: $600.00 Pool Cloae*: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
1. MIMO.....................J. Avila 118
2. (CURACA...................F. Hose 120
3. (TROPICANA...............A. Bann 114
4. SANDWOOD...............* Plores 114
5. CHACABUCO...............C. Rui
6. FAIR CHANCE............J. Contreras
7. MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno
8. POLVORAZO........ ------7. Phillips
9. HECHIZO..................A. Soto US
10. WILD WIRE.............R. Vergara 112
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FRIDAY. JUNE 29. 1*51
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT OAU.T NEWIPATI
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Isthmian Junior Golf Tourney Listed Tomorrow
/
Panama, Air Force Win In
July 4th Hoop Tournament
in the semifinals of the July
4th basketball tournament the
Panama All-Stars and the U. S.
Air Force came through with Hy-
ing colon to win the apoti in the
final championship game which
will be played July 4th at 1:30
p.m. at the Balboa Gymnasium.
The Air Force team from Al-
brook Field found It tough going
In the first half of the game as
the Pacific Leaguers matched
them point for point. The "Fly-
ers" refueled at half time and
gradually forged ahead and re-
mained with a commanding lead
as the final whistle blew with the
scoreboar dreading Air Force 73,
Pacific Leaguers S8.
In the second game of the eve-
ning the Panam All-Stars met
a stubborn Army team which put
on a battle from the opening play
to the final shot. The mn from
the Republic proved Just a little
too strong for the Army group
and ended the game with a 14-
polnt margin as they piled up a
total of 64 points to the Army's
90.
Parcell o the Air Force with 27
points was high man for the eve-
ning followed bv Arosemena of
the Panam All-Stars with 21
points. And so we will see the
championship game played be-
tween the Air Force an dthe rep-
resentatives of Panam.
Results of last night's games:
Albrook 73 Pt. Fouls
Lee..............10 2
Coycault.......... 2 1
Ulshaf fer.......... 4 0
Parcell............27 4
Chambers.......... 0 4
Ingram.......... 3 2
Muto ..
Sclafanl
Bean ..
Pacific Learners5s Pts. Fouls
Blbauste......., .. 12 1
Presho............ 0 2
G. McArthur....... 6 1
Trout............ 1
R.Gibson.......... 2
Brady............ 7 S
Sullivan.......... 4 2
E. McArthur........ 0 4
Welch............ 1 4
Downing..........10 0
Referees: Williams and Chance.
Timer: Oiler. Scorer: Baldwin.
Panam All-Stars Pts. Fouls
Jaen............12 2
Turner.......... 0 2
Cumberbatch...... 2 3
Sonnell.......... 3 1
Arosemena........21
Herrera..........15 0
Gomes............ 0 3
Blades............ 0 3
Agullar.......... 3 0
U.S. Army
Pts. Fouls
Banuchi..........12 2
Diverse.......... 3
Luft............ 0 0
Brlndle..........18 *
Delvalle.......... 0 0
Pendleton........ 0 0
Lopes............ 0 2
Morales.......... 0 0
Agosto............ 2
Campos........... 0
Russell.......... 0 1
Andrade.......... 0 n
Trujlllo.......... 2 3
Bartholomew...... 3 3
Referees: Chance and Hern-
don. Timer: Oiler. Scorer: Bald-
win.
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7 will be
Golf Club
of
youngsters scheduled to see off
at 0 a.m.
The tournament is open to all
children (boys and girls) under
10, providing they are members
or sons of members of all Pan-
am Golf Association clubs.
Prizes wUl be awarded for win-
ners of first, second and third
places, the prizes for the medal
play winners being donated by
Balboa Elks Lodge 1414, sponsors
of the tournament.
In addition, there will be other
prizes donated by the various golf
prosAnbal Macarrn. Joe Br-
baro, Bob Lombrola, and Buddy
Hammondand by amateurs
Paul Moran, Charlie MacMurray,
and Sgt. Beck, of Fort Davis.
Charlie's prize is a novel one:
six free golf lessons to the young-
ster who comes In last.
The title will not be defended
this year, as Paul Engelke, winner
of the two previous tournaments
is over age and consequently con-
fines his play to the other tour-
naments. ,. ____
Play to decide a new champion
is slated to be keen between Blllle
Beeson, Brack Hattler, Jr., and
Joaqun de la Guardia.
The largest field of entries to
date Is nevertheless expected,
owing to the good work of Br-
baro and Macarrn In bringing
the youngsters along profession-
ally
A'cordlal Invitation Is extend-
ed to all golfing youngsters, re-
gardless of age and ability, a
photographer has been arranged
to take pictures of the youngsters
during play. .
Entries will be paired accord-
ing to age groups.
Black Pico-Diaz II
Return Match Being
Arranged For July 8
A representative of the Beres-
ferd-Salabarrla Promoting Syn-
dicate announced today that ar-
rangements are being made for a
return boat between Black Pico
and Juan Dlas II at the Colon
Arena July 0. ,
Pico, flyweight champion and
ninth ranking In the 112-pound
division In the world, dropped
yery unpopular decision to Dlsz
II June 24 at the Colon Arena.
One judge was even accused of
betting on Juan Diaz. The tenta-
tive program will be presented
to the Colon Commission for ap-
Prn has also been stated that Pi-
co offered to give Juan Dlsz his
hare of the purse If he does not
win by a knockout In the return
engagement.
July 4th Athletic
Entries To Close
At Noon Tomorrow
All senior track and field
athletes and all junior and se-
nior swimmers are reminded
that all entries for the 4th of
July meets close at noon on
Saturday. June 30.
Entry forms are available at
all r. 8. Rate pools and gyms
and at the athletic offices of
the Armed Forces. Completed
entry forms should be mailed
to Box 000, Balboa, or delivered
to Balboa Gym or pool.
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Semi-Finals In Gamboa Tourney
May Produce Surprising Results
The semifinals play in the PAA
Tournament at Gamboa this
week end is expected to produce
surprising results.
The Buddy Hammond-Charley
MacMurray match may be as hot-
ly contested as was last week's
Upsets Feature Of
Yesterday's Play
For Wimbledon Title
LONDON, June 20 (UP) Up-
sets were the order of the day at
the Wimbledon Tennis Cham-
pionships, but four of seven A-
merlcan men's singles!, players
made the fourth round.
Second-seeded Jaroslav Drob-
ny, the English bookies' choice to
take the title, was upset. So wan
the veteran Oardnar Mulloy, ot
Coral Oables, Florida.
A 31-year-old British player-
Tony Mottrampulled the upset
on Drobny, the self-exiled Czech
who plays out of Egypt. Mottram
took Drobny 6-7,0-4,2-0,7-5 and
8-0.
Mulloy, a 30-year-old Davis
Cupper seeded ninth In this tour-
nament, lost to a little-known
Italian player named Fausto
Oardlnl. That set score was 7-5,
3-8, 6-4 and 8-4.
Gene Oarrett of San Diego lost
to a fellow American, Art Lar-
stn, the U.S. singles champ. Lar-
sen eliminated Oarrett 8-3, 0-3,
3-6, 8-3.
The other American to lose was
Straight Clark of Pasadena, Cal-
ifornia. Top-Seeded Frank Sedg-
man, the Australian ace, dumped
him. in straight sets, 8-0, 11-9,
and 6-3.
Other Americans to make the
round of 16, aside from Larsen,
were: Hamilton Richardson, the
young "Giant Killer" from Baton
Rouge. Louisiana; fifth-seeded
Herb Flam of Beverly Hills; and
sixth-seeded Dick Savltt of Or-
ange, New Jersey.
Richardson, who upset Defend-
in GhamD Budge Patty Wednes-
day breezed through a Yugoslav
p.ojer yesterday. He took Vladi-
mir Petrovic 2-6, 6-0, 6-2, and
7-5.
Flam won easily from Henry
Blllington of England, 6-3, 6-4
and 6-4. Savltt had an unexpect-
ed buttle on his hands against
Kurt Nielsen of Denmark. Dick
finally won a five-set. two-hour
match, 6-4,1-6,6-3,8-10, and 6-4.
Now Is the Timm
B On Your Guard Against
PYORRHEA
4 oat of 5
Even Teen-agers
May Get It
If gums bleed even the slightest
bit ic may be s sign of that
wicked enemy of beautiful teeth
Pyorrhea that 4 out of 5 may
get. So take sction AT ONCE.
See your dentist regularly.
Then, at home, use Forhan's
For the Gumsthe 'double-
purpose' toothpaste that'keeps
teeth sparkling dean, keeps
gums firm snd healthy. For-
han's and massage effectively
curb bleeding gums because
Forhan's is the ONLY denti-
frice that contains Dr. R. J.
Forhan's special aoci-pyorrhea
astringent.
In recent clinical tests 95%
of Pyorrhea-threstened cases
improved in 30 days under
Forhan's dental care. See for
yourselfbuy a tube today.
Brush your teeth, massage your
gums with Forhan's 'double-
purpose" Toothpaste.
"Brush your feoffi with it"
Forhan's
match when Buddy played John-
ny Mac. Buddy Is playing beau-
tiful golf and Is leaving nothing
to chance while facing these
MacMurray boys. Hammond Is
playing and practicing dally In
an effort to hold the edge that
will mean victory in this tourna-
ment. On the other hand the
MaiMurraya can never be count-
ed out until both are completely
uefeated.
The second match In the
Championship Flight which
brings together Al Corsale and A.
Oallndo deserves as much atten-
tion as the Hammond-MacMur-
ray event. Corsale shot a par
score of 72 at each of his three
opponents and has won handily
on each occasion. While Galln-
do's scores have not been record-
ed for the entire eighteen holes
of play In his matches, his wins
have been decisive enough to
show he was not fully extended.
In the First Flight 8paln meets
Hochstedler and this time Spain
will get a chance to playhis two
previous opponents defaulted
Oene played good golf to defeat
Jack Smith and he will also have
to be good to defeat Spain. The
other match sees George Riley
a big favorite over Paul Rich-
mond.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Hanrey, all la well.
A job you found, as we csn tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
Hp H
Soon you'll be president, wait 'n
see!
In the Second Flight O. Oalln-
do meets Bill LeBrun. LeBrun
consistently is playing good golf
both at Gamboa and at Summit.
Oallndo has also defeated some
good golfers in tight matches.
Gardner meets a tartar In Bubb
and must play his best to win.
Gardner has played well In all
matches and he has the advan-
tage of youth, but In- Bubb he's
against a player of experience
who respects no reputation and
who Is most dangerous when the
going Is toughest. A good match.
The Third Flight presents good
competition In the Durham-
Wright match. Durham had a
close squeak with Medlnger, but
demonstrated the staying power
necessary to win. Wright Is expe-
rienced and capable. He doesn't
become rattled easily and Is con-
sidered to have the edge In this
one. P. Rlley vs. Worley should
be close. Pete has many good
shots In his bag and while his
long layoff didn't Improve his
game, his touch is returning rap-
idly.
' The Fourth Flight brings toge-
ther Morland vs. Boram for In-
terest. Morland has played
strongly and steadily to defeat
two opponents by comfortable
margins. Berry experienced little
difficulty last week with de la
Guardia while B. Engelke was
struggling to defeat Slaughter.
Engelke can play good golf, but
Berry is a steadier player and
therefore should win.
Why YOU should
till Y$w Daughter
About These Intimate
Physical Facts!
Many young women, like
your own daughter, still
don't realise how important
douching with such an ef-
fective product Zonitb
often is to womanly health
nd happiness. Such ignor-
ance of cleanliness has de-
stroyed the romance of many
a marriage.
Plain water or weak home-
made mixtures of salt and
witec do not snd can not
give the great germicidal
and deodorant sction of
Zonite. No other type
liquid antiseptic germicide
for the douche of ill those
tested is so powerful yet so
safe to delicate tissues.
Zonitb positively contains
no carbolic acid, no mer-
cury, no pheriol. You can
use Zomite as directed a*
often as necessary; however,
mike e regular habit of using
it two or three times a week.
Zonite helps guard igiinst
infection ... kills all germs
on contact and prevent
them from multiplying. Help
keep your marriage beauti-
ful with this modern way
to personal daintiness. Buy
Zonite today!
Zom'te
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WONDERFUL GIFTS FOR YOU
Silver Plated
BABY CUPS
$2.95
Mori w.lcom. of baby
'gifts; a chrihd sou
y.nir o( babyhood
Stirling Silver Spoon
$2.50
The carted handle
makes it easy **
boatos to bold.
Baby* Fork & Spoon Sots
$2.10 UP
fuse quality iUrirplatod forks
id spooss in lovely, dolicot
**SSS*M.
$2.95 up
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Faltering Philip!
Philips Ule la filled with braises,
Well-worn steps and rugs ho sues.
Repairs would leave his boma like new..
P. A. Classifieds, just the right elue!
For
Any Taste
o
You'll find exactly what you want in RIYERCOOL, and GABARDINE.
Different Styles and Color,
GABARDINE
RTVERCOOL
GRANITE
SHARKSKIN
$35.00
35.00
25.00
25.00
TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS: We still have SUITS and PANTS priced at our SAME LOW SALE PRICES.
SUITS 12.50 17.50 21.95 24.95 PANTS 3.95 4.95 5.95 6.95
PANAMA
34 Central Avenue
Santa Ana Plasa
COLON
11th Street Opposite
P.R.R. Commissary


fAUE SIX
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FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1951

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BOTICA CARLTON
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. SS Wort lHh 111 Set
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" StreolFaoaaa
No. 12.171 Ccatn Av.Colea.
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1951 V-8 Ford Tudor
Sedon. Loss thot 3.200 miles.
Qtrs. 201 1-D Curundu._________
\ FOX SALI:-1949 CADILLAC CON-
VIRTtllE lifjh blu*. Porfoct con-
oi'ion. Loother upholstory, radio,
I hilo tido will tire. $2.950.00.
Eoiy payment. Will accopt t
cor. So* it Afetele Pn-Am-
ricon.i. S. A. Telfono 2-0826.
Chry.Ur nrfPlymoyHMfceler.___
FCR SALF: Nosh 4 Door Sedon
1946. original owner Stoles title,
rodio. conditioned oir. new seat
covers, tires good, mechanically
perfect, only apply willing to pay
for what you get insured. 2- 2746.
FC3SALE: 1948 Bulck Special FOR SALE:Motorcycle. Dote model
Position Offered
WANTED: Secretory stenographer
for Sponish and English. Write Mr.
P. M. Box 134. Panama Republic
of Panomo. Both languages indis-
pensable. Inform education, ex-
perience, words per minute, age.
references ond salary expected.
MISCELLANEOUS
0o yew have o drinkma orooltm?
Write Alcoholic Anonymon*
Bo. 2031 A neon. C 7
drill water wells.
Charles J. Hubert.
Call 3-0931.
WANTED:Retired couple to serve
as caretakers and salesmen ot Co-
ronado Beoch. Chance to own
home. Commission an small sala-
ry. For information Kline Bal-
boa 2819 evenings or apply ot Co-
ronado Beach 49 miles away,
weekends.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle
Ste-nett'e. Ie:s than 11.000 miles,
dio. seot covers, under-coated.
Fine condition. $1,200. Call Bol-
boo 2300.______________
F"CR SALE:Studebaher Club Coupe
1941. good tires. Body * for trnn<-=rtation. Price $!50.UU.
Cill 2-2746_________________
. pc~n JALE:1949 Buick Super Con-
v-rtbie Dynaflow. motor, tires.,
painting, upholsterv and top In ex- ,
c.lent condition. Ftraain SI .300. .
00. AdpIv Almacn "Lo Mueco ,
No 79-A, Central Avenue.
74 OHV Harley with extras. Good
fast motor. Pi iced very reosonably.
See ot 860-X Morgan Ave. Bal-
boa 5 7 p. m.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:One boat 14 feet with
motor Johnson. 22 H.P. model 15.
in very good condition, quite new.
Fcr information apply Bodega Tro-
pical, Central Avenue, corner J.
Street. Phone 2-3203.
tf
VaiF1947 Pontac sedanette. FOR SALE:Diesel Workboat, 50 ft.
J"*-* .- !l -". ___a. I 1 3 U O l~Y.nraal D/\"t
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Hollicrafter Rodio S-20-
R Sky Champion 25 or 60 cycle.
Extra lorge speaker, large maho-
gany cabinet. Perfect shape. $75.-
OC. Coco Slito 84-D.
FOR SAL.E:Thoroughbred bulldog,
2 months old. CaH 3-1893.
FOR SALE:Contox Camera, lens 2,
speed 1.250 second; $150.00.
Feto Briz. Avenida "B" No. 40.
upstairs.
RESORTS
----------------
Willioms Sonta Clara Beach Cottages,
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires, Rock-
gas rangas. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beach cottoges, Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: 2 beach cottogos ot
Santa Clara for tht 4th. Telephone
Schilling, Balboa 2756.__________
Gromlich's Santa Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE:--Immediately, 37 Codge'
Business Coupe, $150, Coldspot
refrigerator. $75. fence 4 family
quarters $13, studio couch $18,
reflector floor lamp, $7, pair table
lamps, new, $12. crib and mat-
tress $K. Thayer high chair, $8,
metal lawn chair $3. 715-B, Co-
coli. Tel. 4-220.
CATERING: All kinds of porties,
cocktail items, sweets, cokes, spe-
ciolties Europeon Style. Pollok.
Tel 3-2913.
-^"defroster, under'ootinq, oil
Oer. Telephone Albroek JI00._
FCTSALE: Bulrk 1947. 4 door,
radc. Fog lights.- nvlon covers.
rondiVon 1-A. con finance,
30 tons, 113 H. P. Diesel Boot,
ngine good condition. Highest of-
fer buys it Phone Paul Parker,
Gamboa 6-322.
Tel.
rjnuii vii -i
2-2481 Panomi. office hours.
W TEDFord Dr S,f,*n 1 9.46;
Ford 4 Door Sednn 1947^ Ford 4
Door Sedan 1948. Call SAS Ser-
vice Station. Telephone 3-0035.
Panama. ^^^^___ ___
FCR~SALE: Studebaker 1938. 4
HSOt sedan. Tires pract.colly new.
I Goo-i tranroortoton. House 479-
B Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.__________
FOR SALE:Electric motor made
by Delco, 1 -4 horse power, 25
cycle, in excellent condition. Call
Balboa 3167.
FOR SALE
Real FatP
FOR SALE: 32 Ft. Cabin Cruiser.
Modern conveniences, sleeps 6,
three mechanical refrigerotors.
Fully equipped. Ready to go. Sea-
worthy and reliable. Also fishing
tockle. Name your price. Phone
83-6257.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:"Boxer" mole, with choin
collor. Reward. Tel. 3-2671.
FOR SALE:House with porch. Ilv-
ipgrom. on- bedrcom '2 extra
rooms. 8,000 square meters ot
Ion* with fruit tree'.. Modden rood.
Chi'ibre. Ask for Mrs. F. Meh-
chum, mile No. 9.
[FOR SALE:House at Sonta Clara,
furnished, eelctric ice box, gas
range, groge, terms to responsible
party Inspect.on ony time. Phone
I 6-541.
F0R~SALE :ReTresquerio "Griffs"
situated at No. 1 Q St. ond Cen-
tral Ave. Inquire ot Foto Bennett
181 Central Ave. ^^^
FOUND white femle dog brown
spotted ears. Call 2-2474. 1453-
C Los Cruces. P.olboa.
FOR SALE: Venetion Blinds. 5
feet by 6. Perch shade, green 8 x
6 Mahogony choirs. Wicker chair,
25 cycle, radio phonogroph 805
Empire Street.
FOR RENT:Modern three bedroom
Chalet at Golf Heights, completely
equipped for two months, tele-
phone 3-0533 or 3-2694, Mr
Abad.
FOR RENT:Spacious residence at
Golf Heights, four bedrooms, three
porches, gardens, living and din-
ingroom, etc. Call 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. Coll 3 I
3241 or 3-3497 during office
hours.
FOR SALE:R. M. E. 45 Communi-
cotions Receiver, 25-60 cycle,
with record ployer changer ond
G E. variable'Reluctance Pick-up.
House 479-B. Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.
FOR SALE:Simmons Crib, $20.00.
New Prestolite tank. $15.00. 77-A
3 1-2 St. New Cristobol.
FOR RENT:3 beedroom chalet in
Bella Vista. Best location, garage,
servants quarters, 3 bathrooms.
Tel. 2-2260 or 3-1905. .
FOR RENT:Modern residence Du-
plex, 2 bedroom alcove. All con-
veniences, moderate rent, 3 miles
from Bella Visto. Beautiful pork,
centenniol trees. Tronsisthmion
highway, yellow companils border.
Coll for appointment telephone 3-
1484.
FOR SALE:1940 Ford Panel Truck.
9 ft. Westinghouse refrigerator. 3
.years old; boy's bicycle, mahogony
dining table, small mahogony table,
3 office choirs 2 wicker choirs,' RENT:Independent opartment
lomps. 9 x 15 linoleum. Lawn-1 __ ,__.,_____ ,...,______ j,_:._
FOR RENT
Apartments
mower, steel cabinet ond table,
book-cose with pocket novels,
other household articles. House
712 Cocoli. Phone 4-123
HeloWanted___
WANTED:Good cook for American
couple Must not sleep in. 49. 50th
Eost Stieet downstairs. ____
Industrial Bureau
Wins Safety Award
The Bureau Honor Roll award
for the best safety record went to
the Industrial Bureau last month,
according to safety statistics
the final issue of "Safety Zone.
The Panama Canal safety pub-
lication will be combined with
The Panama Canal Reylew.
which will be published monthly
tarrtlnu in Aueust
The June issue of "Safety Zone"
recalls the publication's first Is-
sue in September 1940 and notes
the improvement in the safety
record of the Canal-Railroad or-
ganization since that time.
Division Honor Roll Awards an-
nounced in the last Issue of the
safety publication went to the
DredRlng Division. Hospltaliza-
tlon and Clinics and the Division
Of Storehouses.
The June issue also features an
article, "Electricity. Friend and
Foe by M. F. MlUard. safety in-
spector in the Electrical Division.
t08~First Aiders
Added To CZ Rolls
At Kobbe Ceremony
108 additional skilled First Aid
workers were added to Canal
Zone roles recently. In two separ-
ate graduation exercises held
under the auspices of the Disas-
3r Control Center. US Army Ca-
bbean. Fort Amador. C.Z.
Fort Kobbe Theater wa the
cene of an afternoon ceremony,
during which 78 Kobbe residents
received certificates of proficien-
cy in First Aid.
Friday evening at Fort Clay-
ton. 30 additional students also
were given certificates for having
attended the 'Standard Red Cross
Training Program for First Aid to
the Injured.'
Col. Ragnar E. Johnson. Dlrec-
Dlsaster Control Center.
made the principal address and
resented diplomas at both grad-
Isatlons.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Ice box good condition,
holds 100 lbs. ice. $1500. Boys
coot. new. color grey, size 12 Yrs.
Ladies wool coat, new, color cream,
size 20. Phone 6-541.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Norge Refri-
gerator 25 or 60 cycle, only needs
motor. $35.00. 860-X Morgan
Ave. Bolboo 5 7 p. m.
FOR SALE:Easy Spindrier, 25 cycle
$175.00. Excellent condition, 7
months old. Phone 26, New Cris-
tobal 3-1884.
FOR SALEReasonably priced, proc-
t'colly new 25 cycle G. E. wosh-
ing-mochine, mahogony Chino co-
binet and two 9 x 12 rugs, 2-2770.
two bedrooms, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, porch, bathroom.
102-A, Teatro Eden St. Carrasquilla
phone 2-3318.______________
ALHAMIKA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished aport
ment Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modem 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor, Niconor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I San An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $103 00. or coll Zubieto .*
1716
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13. '_____________________
FOR RENT:Aportment 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen, to
smoll respactoble fomily. Apply
Vio Espaa 106 across police booth.
FOR SALE: "Whirlpool" woshing
machine. 25 cycle. Productos Fluo-
rescentes, No. I. Vio Espaa.
FOR SALE:States eorly, American
mople studio couch, like new. Call
after 5:00 p. m. 0560 A, Chogrts
St. Ancon, phone 2-3646.
FOR SALE-.Diningroom suite $60;
metal bedroom suite. $55; book
shelves $5; girl's Hercules bicycle
$30; Mogic Chef $75. like new;
7 cu ft. Frigidaire 60 cycles; 4
Chinese carved chest, teak, ond
camphor; 4 smoll Persian and Chi-
nese rugs; mahogony buffet-China
cabinet combinotion; Misc. house-
hold items. Apply Apt. 7. Arboix
Bldg. 5th and Front Sts.. Colon.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
apartment. $70.00. Also one bed-
room aportment. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: furnished two bed-
rooms opartment, for three boche-
lors. Bella Visto. $105.00. Tel. 2-
1648.
FOR RENT:Semi furnished apart-
ment with" Frigidolre, gas stove on
Son Francisco Highwoy 120. near
Roosevelt Theotre. Inquire house
m rear.
FOR RENT
RoOlTIft
FOR SALE:Westinghouse woshing
machine very good condition. $30.
00. Coll Cristobol 3-1731. Tober.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, large,
cleon and" coil room. Ideal location.
All modern convenience, hot woter
ond phone. Peru Ave. No. 65.
Lower left.
Best Quality.
Courteous Service.
Punctual Delivery.
i?
83 North Ave. Tel. 2-N1I
No. 3 Martin Sosa Street
Tel. 3-1424
FOR SALE:Lattice fence for Du-
plex hquse. mahogony drop-leaf
table. Chinese rug, nests ot tobies.
twin beds, lamps ond miscella-
neous items. House 0552-A, Cho-
grtes St. Ancon. ____
FOR SALE:7 piece Rattan oil or
separate. Step-on garbage pail,
small mirror. 19 3 7 Hudson
Coupe. 620-D. Cocoli.
FOR SALE-.Mohogony dining table,
combination Chino cabinet ond
buffet. House 374-B, 2nd St. New
Cristobal, phone 3-1469._______
FOR SALE:9 cubic feet Westing-
house refrigerator, 2 yeors guar-
antee, mohogony table ond four
choirs, 16" Westinghoiise. Electric
fin and other miscellaneous house-
hold goods. 5624 Hecker Place,
Diablo. Tel. 2-2709.
FOR SALE:Westinghouse refriger-
otor 7 cu. ft. 25 cycle. Sixty-five
dcllors. Coll 2-2919.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Homes for cute kittens
Phone Cristobol 3-2518.________ .
WANTED:To buy ports from your
old G. E. Monitor-top refrigerator
Heine r' Plonk Street. Phone
Balboa 1385.
FOR RENT:Independent and fur-
nished room. Excellent location,
near Panama American. Dorien St.
No. 5. apartment 4. Tel. 2-3189.
FOR RENT;Furnished room, gas &
Frigidaire. 4th of July Ave. No. 7,
upstairs. ___ *
Army Announces
7 New Majors
11 Lt. Colonels
Special orders from the De-
partment of the Army were re-
cently received bv U.S. Army Ca-
ribbean, announcing temporary
promotion of commissioned offi-
cers assigned to the Panama
Area.
Promoted from Major to Lieut.
Colonel were, Charles Bogner.
John C. Bolton. Paul V. Fahey.
Lloyd Left. Hanes. James L. Lain.
Robert L. Metcalf Jr.. Richard I.
Neweomb. Gordon B. Pat ton. Ro-
berto. Stump. Jess P. Unger and
Oeorge F. Meyer Jr.
Other orders of the same date
promoted seven Captains to the
rank of Major. The officers pro-
moted were. Thomas M. Sterling.
Milo 8. Gardner. Victor B. Huey.
Robert A. Merrill. Albert A
PicciriUI. Thomas H. Prescottand
John A. Reeves.
Minimum for
12 words
3e each additional
word.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mlfhtv handy to
have around the house
and In your ear.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sties.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
*79 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
tor t ISHIO.SS M.ir-lOVtKJ. ana
RK-UraOLtTEBINT. call m or rfslt
our hew-room Custom bnlll furni-
ture out sprrlilit.v See out Deco-
rator'! Fabrics. Free Estimate* NA-
TIONAL UPHOl STKKV (A. Rcrea) i.
r. a* la Oau No. 77 (Aula Row)
New Tclephene 3-4(28
LEICA CAMERAS
Model llir Synchronised
LENSE8 ACCESSORIES
AT RI e.W U.S. PRICES.
Direct CZ. Shipment
At Far-ton Prices.
Porras
Plasa S d? Mayo
Panam. R P.
just arrived
Laica lightmeter
Laica tripod
Hector lenses
Laica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adtatninf Intrrnallonal Hatrll
ar Camera atore
(l.abbv Hole! "El Panam'')
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHJROPBACTOR
to rivoli Ava Ant
Ottlee: Tel. 2-13S7 Home 3-47
HOURS: Monda; thru trldaj
lo 12 a.
Muodaj. Wednesday. I'hurdi?
I I
Saturday a.m lo I p.m
LOU'S BEAUTY SH0>
Trained Operators
Reasonable Prices
Air-Conditioned
EL PANAMA HOTEL
ACroMPANTTNG SENATOR OL1N D. JOHNSTON on his Inspection of Canal facilities yester-
dav were aI up of official people and labor leaders. Left to right are: EC Lombard Exe-
cutive Secretary H D. Raymond. Vice President, Local No. 14. AT.O.E.; H. J Chase National
V^ce President^ Canal Zone District. A.F.O.E.; Elizabeth Johnston; Rufus M. Lovelady. Pres-
dent :Local No 14 AF.G.E.; Linda Hall; Senator Johnston: Lynn Marie Raymond (front;
SalW Johnston: James Lovelady. Mrs. Johnston; Dick Vogel; Mrs. Lovelady, Mrs. Hall; Charl-
ton Hall Jr Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel. wife of the Lieutenant Governor; and Charlton Hall. Sr.
,,HF,F HF the TEACHERS Selected as th e three AACAP chief Instructors b Hq 65th
a' Lann are left to rittht" Capt E. L. Well. Antiaircraft Gun Battery Group: Major Pey
1?ZF nd Capt. Leo N. Vasll. Automatic Weap^BaMjo
Oroup._____________________________________. ^
VFW Post 40 Will
Hold Picnic Tonight
Post 40 of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars will bo host to-
night at 7 o'clock for an old-
fashioned country picnic for all
members and their guests.
The train which arrives at
Pedro Miguel about 6:15 from
Balboa will be met by busses,
and will take the guests to the
NFFE Clubhouse at Chiva Chiva
where the picnic will be held.
It is suggested that comfor-
table old clothes be worn.
Legion To Open New
Home Tuesday Night
At 'Sail.ish Club'
Panama Canal Post No. 1 an-
nounces the opening of their
American Legion home on the
plfthtof July 3.
Arrangements have been made
to have the 71st Army band start
playing at 8 p.m.
There will be door prises and a
floor show at what was formerly
the Pacific Sallilsh Club.
Leglonalres and their friends
are invited to buy tickets and
come out for a gala evening.
Internal Revenue Deputy
Off For Home Tonight
Miller T. Holllngaworth. Chief
Field Deputy Collector of Inter-
nal Revenue in the Florida Dis-
trict. Is leaving tonight to return
to Florida after a visit of several
days here. Holllngsworth's terri-
tory includes the Canal Zone.
He arrived Monday on a routine
visit to the Canal Zone office of
, mternal Revenue.
Marshall Urges OK
For $8.5 Billion
Foreign Aid Bill
WASHINGTON, June 29 (UP)
Defenc secretary George a
Marshall in testimony prepared
for the House Foreign Affairs
Committee today urged Congress
to approve the Administration's
proposed $,500.000,000 foreign
aid program, even though some
European nations "have not
seemed to do rll that they
could do." ; ,
He said arms aid alone must
continue at a $6,300,000,000 a
year rate through 1954 to help
build worldwide defenses against
foreign aggression.
Marshall said: "The United
States has taken more positive
steps to meet the dangers of
our times than have the Gov-
ernments of Europe."
Festival Dinner Ready
Tonight at St. Peter's
A patronal festival dinner will
be given In the parish hall of St.
Peter's Church, La Boca, at 9 to-
night in celebratlpn of St. Peter's
day.
This follows the last of a week
of services in honor of the patron
saint and Rev. Mainert J. Peter-
son of Christ Church. Colon, will
be the preacher.
The series opened last Sunday
night with Rev. David A. Osborne
as guest preacher. Other preach-
ers have been Archdeacon A. F.
Nightengale and Rev. Antonio
Ochoa S.. while Chaplain Milton
A. Cookson will preach tonight.
Mrs. Marie Modestin,
Gatun Old Timer,
To Be Buried Today
GATUN, June 29 Mrs. Marie
Modestin. Martinlquan resident
of Gatun died at colon Hospital
yesterday after three days of ill-
ness.
Mrs. Modestin had resided at
Gatun for the last 38 years. She
was a member of the Saint Tho-
mas Catholic Church.
Funeral services were to be held
today at 2 p.m. at the church,
with burial following lp Mt.
Hope Cemetery.
Mrs Modestin was the wife of
Joseph F. Modestin. She is also
survived by two daughters, six
sons and one grandchild.
Jockey F. A. Smith
Killed In Spill
At Calif. Track
INGLEWOOD, Calif.. June 29
(UP)-Jockey F. A. (Freddie)
Smith, a native of Cama?uey.
Cuba, died last night after being
injured in a spill aboard slx-
vear-old Argentine gelding Folle-
tn In the eighth race at Holly-
wood Park.
The favorite. Folletn, stumbled
about 100 yards from the start-
ing gate and broke his right fore-
leg and shoulder bones. He was
destroyed. .
Smith was considered one of
the best lightweight riders. He
regained consciousness only
briefly after the fall.
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Anti-Aircraft CAP
Instructors Named
Antiaircraft Civilian Auxiliary
Program lesson plans have been
prepared and turned in and Of-
ficer and enlisted instructors
have been selected for the first
AACAP training session schedul-
ed to begin Julv 15th, accord-
ing to an announcement by Hq
65th AAA Group.
The three chief Instructors are
Major Peyton R. Lucas, Opera-
tions Center group; Capt. Leo
N. Vasll. Automatic Weapons
Battery Group; and Capt. E. L.
Wells. Antiaircraft Gun Battery
Group.
Selected as assistants by Major
Lucas were: Captains John
Niehoff and Walter Badger; 1st
Lts. Edgar Lindstrom and John
Miller; WOJO Randall Joyner,
M/Sgt. Joseph Jakublk, Ser-
geant First Class Paul Kaye.
and Sergeants William Alonis
and Nicholas Stelllngwerf.
Chosen as assistants bv Capt.
Vasll were: 1st Lts. Douglas M.
Graham, Raymond R. Allen and
Warren P. Wheeler; M/Sgt. Har-
ry Robinson. Sergeants First
Class Howard Crowell. Leonard
Hirst and Joseph Romeskle: Ser-
geants Dave Tatum and Arthur
Sonnle.
Named as assistants by Capt.
Wells were: 1st Lts. J. J. Sawyer
and E. B. Pautenls; Sergeants
First Class Cerllo Martlnus. Gil-
berto Vasquez. Francisco Mon-
talvo, Manuel Lopez M.. Fran-
cisco Acevedo. Leandro Sanfellx.
Maximo Rosarlo. Jose M. Rivera
and Francisco Ramirez; Ser-
geants Raul Rexach. Porfirio
Vlez del Valle and Ramon Fl-
gueroa Febo; Corporal Pedro Al-
varado.
Sidney Ferguson Diet
Aboard Ship; Details
Not Received Yet
News of the death of former
Isthmian resident 81dney Fergu-
-on was received Wednesday bT
hi. mother. Mrs. Marie Luscombe.
Ferguson who was born In Pa-
nama Cltv. was working aboard a
ship owned bv the Boyd Steam-
ship Co. No detalla about* the
cause of death have been receiv-
ed. He died Wednesday.
Besides his mother. Ferguson Is
survived bv several sisters living
on the Isthmus. He has been a
resident of the United States for
many years.
NfcEW Head Here To
Survey Conditions
Armand D'Angelo. assistant
manager of International Bro-
therhood of Electrical Workers
Local 3 of New York, arrived at
Tocumen early yesterday morn-
ing to survey local labor condi-
tions.
D'Angelo has been escorted
through the locks by electrical
workers of Locals 397 and 677 on
the Zone. He leaves tomorrow
morning for Mexico City.
Czechs Will Return
US Jets And Pilots
PRAGUE. June 29 (UP)
Czechoslovakia said today it will
release the pilots of the two
United States Thunderjets which
made forced landings near Pragus
.hree weeks ago.
The planes also will be return.
ed.
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. ALOMADES" AROSBMENA
TO ATTEND THE BALLET RSSE THIS EVENING
The President of the Republic of Panama, Alelbiadn Aro-
Kmeni, and Mr. Arwemena will occupy the r^*nl"L f
of the National Theater thU evening t.e **^_ ME*Y
three performances to be **** *** \>y *!VL^,i!,ient ?f
ToalghYs presentation will be dedicated to the Preaident of
the Republic and the First Lady of Panama. ____
Senator and Mrs. Johnston
Leave for Atlantic Side
United States Senator and Mrs.
Olln D. Johnston and their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charlton
Hail, were the guests on a trip
through the Canal yesterday to
the Atlantic side. They will be
guests at the Hotel Washington
in Colon until Saturday when
they will sail for New York on
the 8.S. Cristobal.
Writer and Wife
to Sail Saturday
The famous American author.
Phil D. Stong and Mrs. Stong
will be among the passengers sail-
ing tomorrow on theS.S. Cristo-
bal for New York. Mr. and Mrs.
Stong were guests at El Panama
during most of their visit here,
and are now at the Hotel Wash-
ington on the Atlantic side. -Dur-
ing their stay here they have vis-
ited various tourist attractions
and homes of prominent Pana-
Tornado And Storms Batter
Indiana, Kansas, Illinois
manlsna and have made trips to
the Interior in connection with
an article Mr. Stong is writing
for Holiday Magaaine.
Fanner Isthmians
Now at El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. WUllam Santa-
slere. who were Canal Zone resi-
dents during construction dry,
are guests at El.Panama during
a short stay on the Isthmus, dur-
ing which they are visiting with
their son and daughter-in-law,
Captain and Mrs. Howard Bueh-
ler of Balboa and with old friends.
They will leave by plane on Tues-
day for their home In New York.
Reception at Institute
of Inter-American Affairs
Invitations have been Issued to
a cocktail party to be held from
5:30 to 7:80 this evening at the
Panama Golf Club to be given by
the institute of Inter-American
Affairs.
Governor, Under Crime Probe
Subpoena, Lashes Af Kefauver
_____________' *_________________________ HUM BIIIMI I
Moore Hopes Commy
Can Otter Fresher
'Rabbit Food' Soon
CHICAGO. June 29 (UP) A
tornado battered the town of
Wakeeney. Kansas, killing
at least four persons, and
great winds and electrical storms
swept central Indiana and Illi-
nois.
The Indiana storm caused at
least one death.
Kansas also was hit by more
rain which drove Its flooding riv-
ers higher.
Powerful winds hit other Kan-
sas towns early yesterday, but
none compared with the twister
that slammed Into Wakeeney
without warning and wiped out
she residential blocks.
Gov. Edward F. Arn and the
Red Cross reported that at least
four persons were killed at Wa-
keeney and 43 Injured, several of
them critically.
Arn said first-hand reports
showed 45 homes destroyed, 11
damaged extensively. 12 damaged
mlnorly and 25 superficially.
Wakeeney citizens said the tor-
nado approached with an "awful
scream," routing them from their
beds and sending them scram-
bling to basements.
Homes were uprooted, roots
torn off and windows shattered.
The downtown area was a vast
litter of broken signs and shat-
tered glass.
The injured were taken to Wa-
keeney Hospital, which escaped
the blow. .
Two of the hurt were Robert
Sohms and Robert Jackson, who
were driving to work when their
car was snatched up by the tor-
nado and hurled spinning off the
road. .
Jackson said he slammed on his
brakes at 70 miles an hour but
the car maintained that speed.
Then he said he saw a two-by-
four board sail past his wind-
shield and the car left the road.
Meanwhile a booming electric-
al storm driven by winds up to 60
miles an hour swept across mid-
Illinois and Indiana, tearing
down trees and utility wires and
damaging homes.
Lightning was almost continu-
ous in Springfield, 111., and Indi-
anapolis, Ind., the State capitals,
and three-fourths of the firemen
in the Hoosier town were called
out to handle home fires.
Indiana reported at least one
fatality when Arthur Cox, 39, was
killed by a lightning bolt while
driving a tractor on his farm
near Richmond, Ind. His dog also
was killed.
At Springfield, Robert Hack-
ney, 48, was blasted out of bed by
a lightning bolt and taken to a
hospital in serious conditjon.
Heavy rains of the storm flood-
ed streets and underpasses in
many towns and roads were lit-
tered with fallen tree limbs, util-
ity wires and poles. Many small
buildings were unroofed on the
outskirts of Decatur, 111., and
some government grain storage
bins were blown down there.
Streetcar service was disrupt-
ed In Indianapolis by fallen wires
and firemen battled more than
an hour to quell an apartment
house fire caused by lightning.
The Kansas storms dumped as
much as two inches of new rain
on the critical flood area In the
northeast and swollen rivers-
surged higher. Severe flooding
was reported at a dozen points
along the Big Blue, Solomon,
Smoky Hill, Saline and Kansas
rivers.
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton
Hosts at Farewell Party
Mr. and- Mrs. Arthur Cotton
were hosts at a buffet supper giv-
en at their residence for a group
of friends last evening in farewell
to Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Tasslna-
rl who are leaving the Isthmus
on the S.8. Cristobal Saturday to
make their home m SalmOuth.
Mass. Mrs. Tassinari, the former
Miss Marjorle Brooks, was born
and reared on the Canal Zone.
Col. and Mrs. Jacobs
Leaving on Vacation
The Military Assistant to the
Governor. Lt. Colonel Marvin L.
Jacobs, and Mrs. Jacobs, accom-
oanied by their daughter, Anne,
and son Roy. will sail tomorrow
on the S.S. Cristobal on a vaca-
tion of several weeks to be spent
In New York and Maryland
Dr. and Mrs. Arias
Leave for Pern
Dr. and Mrs. Adolfo Arlas P..
left by plane early this morning
on a vacation of several months
to be spent In Lima. Pem.
Mr. and Mrs. Slnnott
Entertain for Guests
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 81nnott of
Ancon have as their house guests
Mr. and Mrs. John Abbatemarco
of Pelham, N.Y.. who arrived
Monday aboard the S.S. Cristo-
bal. In their honor the Slnnotts I
entetralned at dinner given at
the Bella Vista Roof of El Pana-
ma last evening. Today they left
for a few days at El Valle and Ce-
rro Campana.
Improvements In buying for
resale by the Commissary Divi-
sion have been made in the
Panama Railroad .Company's
New York office during the past
several months, according to LB.
Moore, Supply and Service Direc-
tor. This has been due principally
to additions of specialized per-
sonnel. Moore returned Monday
afternoon aboard the 8.8. Cristo-
bal after a short business trip to
Washington and New York.
During his trip he discussed
in New York a number of Ideas
which already have been put in-
to effect to Improve purchasing
Srocedures for the Commissary
ivlslon and which have been
suggested for possible future
use.
The matter of shipping some
fresh fruits and vegetables to
the Canal Zone from ports other
than New York was considered,
Moore said. It is not practical
at present to 'ship these down
the U. S. West Coast in quan-
tity because of irregular sailings,
and the Ney York market is
superior to other potential
markets for practically all other
produce of thl type.
Part of his visit concerned the
revision of purchasing proce-
dures at the Washington Office
for materials for maintenance
and construction bought prima-
rily for direct use and not for
resale after the reorganization
of July 1. With the formation
of the Panama Canal Company
By JAMES RUSSELL
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, June 29 (UP).GeT. Fuller Warren -of
Florida charge* today that Son. Bates Kefauver. D., Tenn.,
"shamelessly prostituted and exploited" the Senate Crime Com-
mittee to promote his "campaign" for President of th United
His bitter attack on Kefauver, former chairman of the Crime
Committee, was the fourth Warren has made on a member of
the committee since May 1 when the crime group accused the
Governor of permitting his office to be ased to aid Capone mob-
sters In Miami Beach.
Three of the attacks were hurled after the committee sub-
poenaed Warren to testify in Washington July 9.
"Kefauver has betrayed the
United States Senate and sullied
its honors," Warren said. "He
wants so much to be President
that lt has become a gnawing,
consuming craving with him."
Warren said In the 28-page
statement that the committee's
report linking him with racket-
eers and gamblers were "packed
with lies, based on latrine gossip
which has been bandied about in
Florida almost since my inaugu-
ration as governor."
He categorically denied all
charges made against him In the
Crime Committee reports.
as a government corporation,'It
will no longer be generally man-
datory to purchase by advertis-
ing. This will allow more free-
dom in buying for the Store-
bouse Division.
Materials purchased directly
for the Canal Zone Government,
however, wll still be bought un-
der the former system. These
would Include such supplies as
school books, hospital equip-
ment, etc.
Moore left the Canal Zone by
air on June 2 and spent one
week In New York. The remaind-
er of his time was In Washing-
ton. During his absence, F. R.
Johnson was Acting Supply and
Service Director.
Warren said he would take on
Kefauver and Sen. Herbert O'-
Conor, D., Md present chairman
of the Crime Committee, In a de-
bate In Miami July 7, two days
before O'Conor ordered the gov-
ernor to testify in Washington.
He challenged O'Conor to de-
bate In a statement Tuesday in
which he accused the Maryland
senator of not cleaning up the
gambling "mess" In his own
"mob-ridden" state. O'Conor and
Kefauver Ignored the challenges.
Florida's governor said the
Crime Committee charge that he
allowed the power of his office to
be used by the Capone syndicate
in its effort to muscle into Mia-
mi Beach gambling was made
"pursuant to a deal Kefauver
made with political enemies of
mine In Miami, whereby he (Ke-
fauver) would smear me in re-
turn for their promise to assist
him In his campaign for Presi-
dent."
"At a cost of $285,000 to the tax-
payers... the grasping politician
.. .has used his committee to vir-
tually hijack contributions to his
campaign fund for President,"
Warren added.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Dovle.
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daughters, will arrive Monday
on the 8.8. Ancon. Mr. Doyle,'
an architect with the Panama
Canal. Is returning from a year's
leave of absence during which he
did graduate work in architectural
nt Harvard University in Cam-
bridge. Mass.
SIdebothams Honor
Grefes at Farewell
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Don-
ald C. Grefe of La Carrasquilla,
who are leaving soon on vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sidebotham
entetralned at a cocktail buffet
given at their residence In El
Cangrejo last evening.
Registration Set for
Recreation Program
8chool ohlldren of the Balboa
District are invited to register for
the Summer Recreation Program
scheduled to open on July 9 Re-
gistration will be held on Tues-
day. Julv 3. from 9:30 to 11 a.m..
at the second floor of the Balboa
Clubhouse. The registration fee
will be one dollar for the first
chtid of each famllv and fifty
cents for each additional child.
Amador Officers' Wives
Hold Luncheon Wednesday
The Amador Officers' Wives'
Club held a buffet luncheon at
the Army and Navy Club on
Wednesday. Mrs. J. w; Bidwell
won the door prize at the meet-
ing. Plans were made for the
election of officers of the group
In July. Mrs. K. O. Dickens and
Mrs. R. J. Dlckson were hostess-
es for the luncheon.
FIRE CRACKERS
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Shower Honors
Shirley Husum
Miss Shirley HusTim of Curun-
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will take place next month, was
the guest of honor at a tea and
linen shower given on Sunday at
the Fern Room of the Hotel Ti-
voli bv Mrs. Robert Frlck and
Mrs John Haas, for a group of
her friends.
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OFFICIALS FROM EL SALVADOR
HONORED WITH LUNCHBON
Colonel Jmim E. Bowen. Jr., wH host for a "wheon
' ciyen at the Hotel Washington,by the Atlantic Sector to
honor Lieutenant Colonel Oscar Bolanos. Minister of Defense
f El Salvador, and his party, following their tour of trie
, USARCARIB School, Wednesday.
Among the visitors were: Lt.
Colonel Marcos Antonio Molina,
Chief of Staff of the Salvador-
ean Armv with Lt. Col. Castelar.
Lt. Colonel Parada, captain Rl-
vas, Lt Fiallos and Col. R. A.
Nadal. Chief of the U.S. Army
delegation In El Salvador. Also
present was the Military Attache
from El Salvador to Panama. Lt.
Lopez-Lopez, who Is studying at
the USAR CARIB School.
Officers of the Atlantic Sector
who were present included Col.
James Pumpelly. Lt. Colonel
Maurice Webb. Lt. Colonel Rob-
ert C. Stump. Major Byron Kine.
Captain Clayton Moore. Captain
F. Lopez and Lt. Victor Marqifez.
Mrs. Chambers Entertains
for Rebekah Officers
Thirty-five members of Cristo-
bal Rebekah Lodge. No. 2. enjoyed
a dinner given Tuesday evening
at the Cristobal Masonic Temple
by Mrs. Harold Chambers to-
honor the officers and substi-
tutes who served with her in 1950
when she was Noble Grand.
The banquet hall was decora-
ted with a profusion of pink car-
nations and ferns carrying out
the colors of the order. Special
places were marked for the offi-
cers and substitutes. At each of-
ficer's place was an "everlastlne'
pink rosebuds corsage. Appropri-
ate plf ts were also given the subs-
titutes.
The past officers who were
honored Included: Mrs. Frank
Estes. Mrs. Percv Lawrance Mrs.
John Shaw. Mrs. Denver Heath.
Mrs Jav Cunningham. Mrs.
Charles Bath. Mrs. Fred O'-
Rourke. Mrs. Arthur Albright.
Mrs. Roger Deaklns. Mrs. Floyd
Robinson. Mrs. David Marshall.
Mrs Walter Williams. Miss
Grace Williams and Captain Den-
ver Heath.
The substitutes honored were:
Mrs. George Poole, Sr., Mrs.
Frank Wolfe Mrs. William Ness-
ler Mrs. Victor May. Jr.. Mrs.
Victor May. Sr.. of Gamboa, Mrs.
Starford Churchill, Mrs. Carl
Brown of Ancon. Mrs. Carl
Starke. Mr. Frank Estes and Mr.
Victor May. Jr.
This being the 26th day of
June and the 26th anniversary of
the founding of the Lodge. Mrs.
Frank Wolf and Mrs. Victor May.
Jr.. received prizes for holding
the lucky number26.
Farewell Party
for Miss Beavers
Miss Dorothy Beavers, who Is
sailing to reside in the States, was
honored with a cocktail party and
buffet supper given at the nurs-
es home last evening by Miss Flo-
rence Edbrooke Miss Dorothy La-
matre and Miss Mary Devine.
A profusion of tropical flowers
with pink and white crepe myr-
tle were used to decorate the
rooms. The buffet table held a
centerpiece of yellow alamanda
and gardenias flanked by yellow
tapers.
Miss Beavers Is well-known on
the Isthmus, having been a mem-
ber of the nursing staff of the Co-
lon Hosoltal for the past eight
years. She has resigned her po-
sition and will return to her home
In Northumberland, Pennsylva-
nia for a visit with her family.
Departures and Arrivals
Mr. George Cockle of Cristobal,
returned by plane Tuesday from
a month's tour of the British
West Indies. Most of the time
was spent on the Island of Ja-
maica.
Mrs. Faye Wheeler, wltji her
children, Dolores and Malcolm, la
sailing Saturday for a two-month
vacation to be spent In New York
and Connectlcutt.
Informal Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graham
and their house guest, Miss Sa-
rah Syse. of Minneapolis, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Nix of Gatun, for a Mexican din-
ner.
Also present were Miss Martha
Graham and Miss jeanine Nix.
Red Cross Card Party
The Colon Red Cross is spon-
soring a benefit card party to be
given at the Strangers Club to-
morrow afternoon from 1:00 to
6:00 p.m. There will be bingo and
card games.
The admission fee of a dollar
entitles the guests to a chance on
the door prize. The patronage of
all friends of the organization
will be appreciated.
Air Explorers'
Dance At Tivoli
To Refabricale Cub
Plans are complete for a semi-
final dance, sponsored under the
auspices of the Air Explorers,
Darlen Squadron 22. at the Ho-
tel Tlvoll tonight.
Scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m..
the dance la being held to enable
the scout organization to refabrl-
cate their Piper Cub plane. A si-
milar dance last year, raised suf-
ficient funds to allow the Air Ex-
plorers to purchase the craft.
An admission price of $1.00 has
been decided upon the spokes-
man continued. In addition to
dancing to the music of a civilian
band, door prizes will be given.
The Air Explorer's craft Is cur-
rently hangared in the Carpenter
Shop at Albrook Air Force Base,
C.Z.
An organization under the di-
rection of the United States Air
Force, the Air Explorers are con-
nected with the Bov Scouts of
America. There are approxi-
mately 14 boys In the ages Of 14
through 10 in the Canal Zone
chapter. Refabrlcatlon of their
Cub Is expected to make the
craft alrworthv.
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Surprise Buffet Supper
Mrs. Roger Hamer was hostess
for a surprise buffet supper given
at her home In Margarita. Wed-
nesday, to honor Mrs. John W.
Dwyer. the retiring president of
the Fireman's Wives' Club.
The other club members pres-
ent were: Mrs. Charles Hughes.
Mrs. John Rice, Mrs. William
Casswell. Mrs James Lowe. Mrs.
Thomas Harrison and Mrs. Mike
Picado."
Mysterious Black Box Sparks
Hiss-Chambers Spy Flashback
BY HERBERT FOSTER
- WASHINGTON. June 29 (UP)
The name of Whittaker Cham-
bers cropped up In a House Un-
American Activities Committee
hearing yesterday In unexplain-
ed circumstances as mysterious
as many of those that once sur-
founded the Hiss-Chambers case.
'William Spiegel, a Baltimore
stationary worker and novelty
maker, testilied that a man
known to him as David Zimmer-
man paid him $20 a month for
one to three months In 1936 to
leave a mysterious black box in
his. Baltimore apartment.
He also said Zimmerman
brought a man whom he called
Carl Schroeder to the apartment
on several occasions. From two
pictures produced by the com-
mittee, he identified Schroeder
as Chambers.
It was Chambers, a Communist
courier In the 1930's whose testi-
mony sent State Department aide
Alger Hiss to prison on perjury
charges. Chambers once testified
before a House Un-American Ac-
tivities subcommittee that Hiss
knew him only by the Communist
Party name of "Carl."
The committee asked Spiegel
whether the black box contained
photographic equipmentappa-
rently a reference to the micro-
film of government secrets which
Chambers hid in a hollowed-out
pumpkin on his Maryland farm.
Chambers said Hiss had given
him some of the secrets.
But Spiegel was unable to
throw any light on the contents
of the mysterious box. He said he
never lifted it or examined it and
only saw lt In a closet.
Spiegel appeared unexpectedly
before the committee during an
investigation of Communism in
Baltimore defense plants. After
hearing him in open session, the
committee went behind closed
doors to allow him to name other
persons he knew in 1936 who
might identify Zimmerman.
Committee sources said Zim-
merman was an official of the
Federation of Artists. Engineers,
Chemists and Technicians. The
organization was involved In an
Investigation of alleged Commu-
nism at the atomic radiation lab-
oratories at the University of
California.
Committee counsel Frank S.
Tavenner, Jr.. said the commit-
tee will try to follow the 15-year-
old trail and hunt down Zimmer-
man, but he declined to say why
the Congressmen wanted him.
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Mm
Labor News
And
Coimnenl
PEDDLING HIS PAPERS
A Germn fight mob attempted to lynch Sugar Ray Robinson
after the referee robbed him of a knockout on the claim of foul...
The ferocity of the Germans was whetted by the odds they like.
They were 30,000 men against one.. ,8ugar Ray Robinson can stand
on his own feet as a champion and on his own great reputation as
a man. Like all great champions, he doesn't have to foul to win...
If we still call ourselves Americans, the uproar In Washington
should be greater than In Berlin. Far more than the mob's echoes
rocked the sports world, they should shock the diplomatic one into
reality. .The Germans didn't Intend to see a World Champion
fight. They went to see an American licked.. .They weren't really
attacking a fighter. They were showing their rage against the
American Army that licked them.. .They know their fighter didn't
win. But they Just can't bear to see a German lose.. .What hap-
pened in Berlin has been the German military creed for a long, j
long time. They must be the Master Race at any price...DeuUch-1washing machine, radio or TV
By Victor Riesel
DETROIT Unless old John
Lewis is as inhuman as nls cri-
tics say he is, something inside
that now white-haired and
strangely unshaggy eye-orowed
head ot nls must nave nun aeep
In his ego-tilled subconscious.
For, last Saturday afternoon, in
the broiling sun of a huge open
lot, he was a lonely giant among
political pygmies.
This man, at whose growling
word hundreds of thousands
once would storm into the
streets of our cities, now couldn't
draw more than 10,000 sunburn-
ing souls. Not a few of them had
brought their wives and kids
for the free beer, free lunch,
free rides, and a whack at the
gate prizes which might take
the lucky family from the flats
of Michigan to the Conga clubs
of Havana, all expenses paid,
or at least get them a free alsli-
The Jolly American Custom of Passing the Buck
land uber AUeseven on a foul.
The irony of it: If it weren't for Sugar Ray's taxesand the
Berlin airliftthis blood-thristy mob would have been a starving
crowd of whimpering Nazi beggars.
During the past 6 years the United States has given
(wasted) over S3 billion to Western Germany. What was
designed to inspire a love of democracy has only resuKed
in a resurgence of Nailsm. Endeavoring to buy an ally
never shows a profit in friendship.
Public officials are currently telling us that a major
cause of teen-age drug addition is inadequate education.
And the reason for poor educational facilities is the short-
age of funds. ..Billions for Germanspennies for Ameri-
can youth.
Communist overseas organization are branches of the Russian
military forces. They carry on wars against liberty in varied forms.
And it Is ridiculous and dangerous for a democracy to extend pri-
vileges to Communists at a time when we denrand sacrlfies from
soldiers fighting Communism.. .Russia's Tass news agency has
been operating here too long. It poses as a news servicebut its
{irlme function is not relaying news to Moscow: Tass gathers ln-
ormation here which might prove useful to Russian Intelligence
...Tass representatives have the privilege of Joining every Wash-
ington news conference. During those conferences reporters gen-
erally receive much off-the-record Information.
___Thus we have the Incredible Irony of Communists obtaining
Information not available to the majority of Americans!
The ald-to-Franco proponents argue that we should help
Fascists since we once aided Communist Russia. Their argument
for Franco offers the most crushing rebuke: Certainly we extend-
ed a helping hand to the Soviet during the war. Now look what
happened!
This reporter supported the objectives of the recent
""jiition investigation. However, we warned the public
that Its success or failure must be measured by resulto,
ui objectives. Good intentions without action are merely
empty hopes...We also noted similar probes in the past
died after the headlines became historydue to the
cynicism of public officials and the public's complacency.
The recent Senate Crime Committee's report stressed
that crime corruption can most effectively be fought on
a local level. But last week both the Louisiana and Illinois
State legislatures killed resolutions calling for crime In-
vestigations!
The Daly News opposes the death penalty for convicted dope
peddlers. It states: "We cannot see how slapping the death penalty
on this crime would do much toward rubbing out the crime itself'.'
Laws against criminals haven't stopped crimebut none can
deny criminals must be punished. Obviously severe penalties must
deter would-be lawbreakers. The most convincing proof is the de-
cline of kidnaping cases since the death penalty for kidnapers be-
came a law...Drug peddlers are an Infectious disease. It does no
good to put them behind bars temporarilyand then free them
so they can continue spreading the Infection.
The narcotics habit destroys humans as surely as a bullet In
the heart. Dope Is less merciful than bulletsit takes longer to
>< the punishment fit the crime I_________________________
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THE WRONG ROAD
Silver City. Canal Zone,
Deftr slr- ... .
In a copy of "Service, the of-
ficial publication of the Govern-
ment and Civic Employes Organ-
izing Committee of the CIO. ap-
pears an article headed "Canal
Zone Local President visits Uni-
ted SUtes."
The article is shot through with
inaccuracies which is a very bad
thing for our cause in the United
States. If we want to present the
cause of the local rate worker to
the people of the United States,
same should be done In an hon-
est way. free from sensationalism,
free from lies, free from specta-
cular plays to win personal 'avors
and free from pompouaness.
The article says "Gaskin was
brought here bv the State Depart-
ment to study our labor move-
ment." Verv true, but I don't
think the State Department in-
tended for him to go around
shooting off his mouth about
"nationalism In Panama." or
"hemispheric solidarity." or tell-
ing the people in the United
States about how poorly the Gov-
ernor rims the Panama Canal by
permitting "an abysmal waste of
human resources."
The article further says "he
was brought here as a Panaman-
ian citizen on the recommenda-
tion of the Panamanian Govern-
ment." This is a lie as ble as any
ever told by Her Ooebells. Nazi
propaganda minister. If the Gov-
ernment of Panama wanted to
send someone to the United
P***ob to study labor. It certainly
would not have picked upon Gas-
sun whose knowledge and inter-
est of Panamanian affairs are
NIL. The Government of Pana-
ma had NOTHINGtodo with
Gaskin going to the United
States. It was an arrangement of
the U.S. Embassy in Panama and
should have been put through the
Panamanian Government in
which event the Government of
Panama would have had some-
thing to sav about the candidate
selected.
The article further says that
the> "told them of the growing
set.
And, even at that, the pro-
gram chairman of this 10th
birthday rally ot the CiO's huge
Ford union, more than once
had to step to the mlcropnone
and yell over to the carnival
concessionaires to shut down
their stalls so the crowd could
gather for the great speech.
Finally, when John Llewellyn
Lewis, he of magic name and
glamorous fame, did move to
the microphone, the crowd gave
Lewis exactly (by stop watch
measurement) a 15-second ova-
tion.
On the fringe of the hot
lot here, at Dix and Wyom-
ing, across from the Ford
River Rouge plant gates,
while John L. spoke after
being introduced as "Mr.
Organized Labor," his left
wing supporters distributed
strange literature. Hawkers
pushed the Communist "Mi-
chigan Worker." Literature
girls gaily gave away leaf-
lets inviting all to a "Peace
Picnic" at Welcome Park
come July 4th, sponsored by
the Michigan Worker. There,
the Detroit proletariat will
be brought word of the pro-
Soviet Chicago Peace con-
ference scheduled for late
this week.
And the crowd loved It. After
all, was not this the crowd of
faithful who had come to boo
Phil Murray, cheer John Lewis
and scream approval of a pre-
ceding speaker, Pat Rice by
name, Ford Local vice-presi-
dent by occupation and left
winger by avocation? Rice howl-
ed when he got the mike that:
"Wall Street Is the agent of
the warmongers and munition
makers. We are not going to
[tolerate phony wars to bene-
fit the stinking, lousy corpora-
tions."
That set the tone of this lOtn
anniversary "monster" meeting
of the rebellious Ford workers
section of the United Automo-
bile Workers' Union (CIO).
And it set the mood for John
Lewis' 65-minute speech, the
second one he made that day.
The earlier one was heard in
the Masonic Temple's Fountain
Room, where he was In a Jovial
and Jovian" mood for here
he heard again the cries of
"Lewis is our leader." Here again
he could talk of himself In the
third person, referring to him-
self frequently as John Lewis.
Later at the outdoor rally, he
spoke eloquently of a
labor movement.
qLUAILY
MERRY
uly WASHINGTON I
I Lrx-ON. I
RY-GO-ROUND
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War To The Knife
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.Every time I dip a claw into the
hardware drawer In the kitchen, in a sincere
search for the can opener, I get the feeling that
Salvador Dall must be designing kitchen uten-
sils.
There are bear traps and medieval Instru-
ments of torture: wheels and racks and rakes
and miniature disc-harrows. If you get the
hand out without having lost three fingers you
are lucky. And somehow I never can find the
little gizmo with the hook on It for punching
holes In beer cans.
Things are going to get worse, because the
chancellor of the exchequer has Just been down
to the "gadget fair" and has come home load-
ed. By loaded I mean laden with implements.
Weapons. Contri vanees. A casual onlooker
wouldn't know whether she la planning a trunk
murder or the baking of a cake.
We now have a pre-chllled rolling pin, for in-
stance. It Is for rolling out dough and keeping
the dough cold without putting it in the Icebox,
though why any woman in her right mind
should be allowed to Indulge in this oHeteude
for dough I cannot say. The Way I fetl about
dough flour paste, not money If the ice-
box is good enough for Ice cubes It Is good
enough for dough.
There Is also a master key for opening sar-
dine cans. This is ridiculous. Houdlnl. In his
best days, was never able to get into a sardine
can without cutting his thumb, spraining his
wrist and wrecking the key. The only way to
open a can of sardines is to take a hatchet and
chop on It. It is rough on the sardines, but a
defunct sardine doesn't care whether he is
chewed or chopped.

In our happy little hutch we now have a
grapefruit torturer. It looks like something the
primitive Chinese would use on a victim, but
united Its function Is the scalloping of grapefruit rinds.
I hate grapefruit, for a start, but even if I
. didn't I would be Just as happy If the edges re-
.A? alwavs> J* *as jessed mained un-landscaped. Anybody who feels good
wijh bigness. This time he was enough in the morning to seek esthetic escape
. .i a ..^. re*dy t0 contribute $10,000,000' in a grapefruit should be forced to buy a gad-
resentment of Latin Americans to a $50,000,000 American labor *">"'"" muiu u iuncn w uy ga
against the United States, and war chest.
warned that our Pan-American Tnts money incidentally,
neighbors aren't likely to throw could be well used to rehouse
themselves wholeheartedly into a his miners and bolster his
welfare fund and get his
people into the sunshine by
building vacation playlands
as other unions have done.
But not John Lewis. He
snorted instead that this
money was to go to fight
Amefican capitalism in gen-
eral, and General Motors,
Ford and U. S. Steel speci-
fically.
Thai's what drew far more
than
fight for our Democracy if the
time comes that we need them on
our side." As a member of Local
900. I happen to know that Gas-
kin went to the States to study
labor unionism and not to sound
off as any half-cocked diplomat
which Is a serlou- International
offense.
Panama has its diplomats and
government officials to look af-
ter its affairs. The same goes for
the other Latin American Gov-
ernments and when any nonde-
script labor representative as-
sumes to speak out about matters
on the diplomatic or political
front, he Is Just strutting around
and trying to impress people that
he Is a "big shot." who knows all
the answers.
As a Panamanian and local
rate employe, I resent the state-
ment that we "are subjected to
the most abysmal economic and
social discrimination existing un-
der the American flag today." If
Gaskin is really up In the States
to study labor conditions he
should look around him. travel to
some places, and get himself
some notes on working and liv-
ing conditions of some American
get called a "wit whip." which is alleged to
"make tasty carrot cakes," and to eat the pro-
duct. ,
The old girl came in clutching something
which looked like a hypodermic for horses. She
denied any Intended Invasion of the veterinary
field, however. This big glass tube with the
bulb on it is for basting meat. You fill the
hypo with basting Juice and then squirt It on
the meat: except, of course, on Tuesdays. ,
Oh, we have a butter-cutter for making cute
little pats out of that priceless commodity. Then
we have a butter-paddle for making decorative
dents in same. Next year, if they whittle down
the taxes a little. I figure to hire a Dutch dia-
mond cutter to replace all the machinery.
And there is a pie wheel trimmer and a tea
lnfuser and a squirt-gun for slmonlzlng a cake-
top lone layer only) and, of course, some scis-
sors to slice the salad-. It Is now considered
very coarse to dismember the lettuce with a
knife, just at it is thought to be corny to slice
eggs with anything but a special egg-sllccr.
We are going to put all these things into the
drawer, along with the machine for making lit-
tle balls out of melons and the canape cutter
and the cake-breaker, the fumeless onion-chop-
per, the rotary mincer, the combination cheese-
slicers and knlfe-whetters and the Little Dandy
egg-timer.
There will be a period of time when I look
for the corkscrew and come up with a'mouse-
trap which also de-greases dirty skillets, and
then I will go back to the simple technique of
biting the necks off bottles and opening Cans
with my fingernails.
The only thing that worries me is a possible
secret merger of all these things. I dread the
prospeet of coming home one day of find that
these testaments to man's ingenuity will have
welded into one horrible, Frankensteinesque
robot and will be busy mincing, chopping, roll-
ing, paring, grating, trimming, cutting, paddling,
basting, scooping, snipping, infusing and scallop-
ing all human life within reach. And, per-
chance, laying the master out cold with a spe-
cially pre-chllled rolling pin.
Dollar Diplomacy
By Peter Edson
i
WASHINGTON(NEA)The Washington an-
swer to any International question tnat may
arise still seems, pretty much the same. It is:
"Four a hundred million dollars or so into it,
then hope that will make everything okay. For
a while, at least."
This is true whether the answer is cooked up
15-seconds-worth~ of" ap- Dv the White House and State Department down
plause. That's exactly what this!10*"' or bv *ome Sreat bin on Capitol Hill,
crowd wanted to hear This II i true of Republicans and Democrats alike,
was more than a rally of a re-' Most recent examples are Franco and Tito
belltous union breaking with'Soaln and Yugoslavia. If there is any other
Walter Reuther, Its lnternation- embryonic dictator In the world who hasn't been
al chief This was meeting !able to milk the American eagle, or have mil-
at which the opposition to'L10"" of dollars thrust upon him. the u. S. hasn't
Reuther's anti-Communist lead-! nerd 0l .. .. w ., .. ..... .,
ershlp solidified publicly in one Perop of_Argentina is balled out for $125 mil-
band, or caucus, as the insiders
call It.
This was he meeting at
which war was declared on
peaceful labor relations in the
vast Industry of autos, tanks,
planes and mobile guns.
This was the rally at which
Reuther was warned, while he
lion, as a 8tate Department project to promote
good will.
The chief Republican criticism of the Truman
administration policy toward Nationalist China
is that not enough aid Was given to Chiang
Kai-shek. All he got was a couple of billions.
A new U. S. foreign policy towards the Mid-
dle-East, recently reported in this space, in-
volves a proposed billion-dollar cash and loan
outlay for ten or a dozen little countries at the
eastern end of the Mediterranean.
Communist or Fascist it doesn't setta to
make any difference. Tito la the former and
!ay exhausted on a nearby hos-
cltlzens before he sounds off |Pltal bed. that he had better call
with the bombastic statement a nationalconference of all re-
which makes us on the *c*nal Ronal auto union chiefs for an p,.^, u tne iatter. But each ^ ln line t0 et
Zone the worst set of employes of of"""' declaration of war on ^ hundred million.
the U.8 Government. "industry or else this left i 8en. Pat McCarran of Nevada is the backer
A little learning is a dangerous wing coalition at Ford would of Spain's Dictator Franco for his hundred mil-
do so itself and right soon. And Uon. Senator McCarran was elected as a De-
s called Reuther a mocrat. But there is no one in the Senate who
thing. It caused Nolan to wreck
Local 713: it is causing Gaskin to
head Into the same direction. To ; "pseudo-intellectual nitwit."
those of us who know, it should
not be surprising, as they both
are graduates of the same school
and the same class.
I am for truth, honesty and La-
BOR We cannot afford to get
ourselves mixed up with Pana-
manian politics and expect to re-
ceive the goodwill and help of
the Panamanian people. Labor is
our field, and we should stick to
it without lies, with rancor, with-
out deception.
Yours truly.
_. John Unionist
This was tht meeting at
which the Ford local presi-
dent. Carl Stellato by name,
for a long time an anti-
Communist, joined with the
left wing in demanding for
his union the right to cut
Ford's production schedules,
prevent For d's deciding
where certain products
would roll off the Unes, and
insist on a 30-hour week.
Indeed. John Lewis had pick-
ed strange company for his
latest debutl
is more opposed to most Truman policies than
he. And whatever one may think of Senator
McCarran's principles and methods, there are
few if any senators who have more power and
influence in getting what they want.
Last year, for Instance. Senator McCarran got
an amendment tacked on the Foreign Aid bill,
requiring the U. 8. government to loan Franco
$62 4 million. Eight months later, the Franco
government had not signed a single contract to
borrow any of this, money.
Senator McCarran therefore called to his of-
fice Herbert E. Gastn, president of Export-Im-
port bank: Paul R. Porter of the Marshall Plan
staff and William B. Dunham, on the Spanish
desk ln the State Department. There, ln the
presence of Spanish Ambassador, Senor Don Jo-
se Felix de Lequerlca y Arquiza, Senator McCar-
ran demanded an explanation on why no mo-
ney had been paid out to Spain.
The senator's reason for this unprecedented
action, attempting to bawl out' American offi-
cials before the Spanish ambassador, was sim-
ple and direct. Senator McCarran said he want-
ed to introduce another measure to give Spain !
$100 million more this year. But he was having
trouble persuading his colleagues on the Ap-
propriations Committee to grant more money,
when Spain hadn't closed any deals for what
w^as made available- to hei last year.
Convinced that the delay in getting the mo-
ney was not the fault of the American govern-
ment. Senator McCarran then offered to speak
to Franco, "because he's a good friend of mine,"
and hurry him up.

OB money for Tito, the United State fortun-
ately doesn't have to fork over the whole $100
million this year. Under a three-way deal Just
worked out, Britain will furnish 33 per cent of
it. France IS per cent and the U. S. 65 per cent.
This will be a grant. Yugoslavia isn't consider-
ed a good enough financial risk to make a loan
to, vet.,
Yugoslavia had a bad drouth last year. The
U. S. gave Tito 580.000 tons of grain to help it j
over the hump. But exports, mostly minerals \
and lumber, fell off. This year's crops look bet- '
ter. and Yugoslavia may be able to export some
surplus food to her western neighbors. Yugo-
slavia is delivering some copper, lead and baux-
ite to the U. 8. and western Europe on contract,
and hopes to increase. But she still needs a nig
list of strategic Imports cotton, wool, chem-
icals, hides, petroleum products and explosives
for her army.
The Yugoslav "commodity" In which there Is
most Interest seems to be this 350,000-man ar-
ray. Fifty-five per cent of the Yugoslav $3.5
Yugoslavia got $28 million U. S. arms aid last
year. There is a Yugoslav General Popovlc ln
Washington now. negotiating for more arms aid.
In the new $8.5 billion foreign aid bill now be-
fore Congress, there is an item of some $95 to
$5 million earmarked for Yugoslavia.
billion budget goes to support this fore*.
Drew Pearson soys: Franklin Roosevelt, Jr., tries to switch
inflation votes; Senator Dirksen helps Real Estate lob-
by; Housewives' friends lose out in secret commlttM
debate.
r^*?PO'0N~5ne mo,t taP0rt*nt Senate debate of the
SLf*x*5 MA0,UMWlT*8. wefe concerned was fought behind the
S^hl,,.0Si oi th* B*nktQf Currency Committee last weak.
Tmu ^VkV* *," P,M? wh,n th I0** debated price con-
e^f^ai.^ colliSin u ** w r,port wh0 ** ior d who wae
against the housewife.
r-*i,T2K.w.no.*S i12""* voied against the housewife On rolling
back prices included two Democrate:
f.mnt hcjl*.lrm" Burn Maybank of South Carolina, whose
family hat long been ln the cotton brokerage business and who
n.a^eeni>5spclall opined to price control on cotton. The so-
f j. ba?k on beei actually was a rollback on all farm goods.
Including cotton.
f..J.} n fTea.,.0 Delaware. who owns three dairy and chicken
farms, sells fertilizer, farm machinery, and is director of the
Baltimore Trust Co., the Farmers Bank of Dover, Del., and the
Camden, N.J., Fruit Growers National Bank.
Republicans voting against the housewife were Capehart ot
d. % ? ~' Jchoeppel of Kansas. Dirksen of Illi-
nois and Ivas of New York. Later Ives got swamped by proteste
Tol N5W Y3k> and a^*r dlnJnK wUh p Congressman Jack
Javits, Republican candidate for Mayor of New York. Ives switch-
ed his vote and led a drlvr; to protect the housewife
ine original Senators voting for the housewife were:
,< ,6Parkman of Alabama. Douglas of Illinois, Benton of Conneo
nfCu;ri?l?*!"' Fulbrlght of- Arkansas and Robertson
of Virgin a, all Democrats. I^ter, however Robertson switched hi*
vote against the housewife.
. %m HOUSEWIVES' CHIEF ENEMY
Most effective battler against the housewife was the able new
Republican Senator from i Illinois, Everett Dirksen. Dirksen m
Chicago Tr.bune spokesman and an old friend of Morton Bod-
' f J*adlnE braIn OI the real estate lobby, led a move behind
clused doors to wipe out price controls altogether. He was Joined
%?afP,ehRrtVBrcker ^d Schoeppei in an attempt to strike out
title four, which would have eliminated both wage and price
controls.
i>rBa'rihf? A- tried i 8lp, throuh the 1 per cent rent In.
l.ue h^1 S?1.0? Br'cker fHed to foist on the committee ln an
earlier vote. Brlcker had wanetd to let the landlords choose any
> ear since 1942 and increase their rents 1 per cent above their
top figuredespite the fact that he had objected when the May-
flower Hotel raised his rent only 15 per cent. He was talked
down behind closed doors and finally offered a 37 per cent
compromise.
i. eK Dlrksen hUer came back with a proposal to strike out
all rent controls, but give the President authority to recontrol
rents in defense areas. What the committee almost missed, how-
ever, was that Dirksen offered the Brlcker 81 per cent formula
for recontrolling rents even in defense areasinteresting new
to Chicago s overcrowded tenants.
Another camouflaged maneuver was tried by Capehart after
Dirksen lost the vote to strike out wage and price controls alto-
gether. Capehart then moved to extend allocation controls for
a year, but let price controls expire December 1. This was-a*
obvious attempt to kill price controls ln December at a time wtied
Congress would not be ln session and would be unable to reniw
them.
... iI2ny ls that thls i the same Capehart who kept shoutBie
that Truman was responsible for inflation because he didn't tai
on controls last June, immediately after the Korean outbres* '
BACKSTAGE LOBBYING
During the early committee debates, Robe; Uon of Virginia wag
one of the stanchest champions of the housewife. He not only
presided over the Banking Committee for one day ln Maybank'e
absence, but held the proxy of Arkansas' Fulbright, during which
time he argued that the country needed some kind of price contfoL ,
Later Robertson suddenly reversed himself and it was report-
ed tnat his Virginia colleague, Harry Byrd, had been proselytiz-
ing him. If Robertson had not switched his vote, the housewives'
would have won.
To offset his switch, Congressman Franklin Roosevelt Jr at
the suggestion of the White House, telephoned Senator Frear ahd
urged him to vote with the consumers. Young Roosevelt's Impas-
sioned plea made am impression on the Delaware farmer-senator
through not quite enough.
On the final showdown vote on rollbacks, Frear passed. Ap-
parently he wanted to. go part way to please Roosevelt. So he IUS6
didn't vote. This left the vote a tie, 6 to 6, and Frear was called
upon to cast the deciding vote.
At first the Delaware Democrat seemed a little unsure what
he should do. First he asked what an "aye" vote would mean. Then
he asked what a "no" vote would mean. Then he asked how ha
had previously voted. When told he had voted against price roll-
backs, he cast his vote the same way again.
This lost the battle for the housewives.
NOTEMost Ironic thing about the almost solid Republican
vote against rollbacks was that last summer they applauded loud-
est when Bernard Baruch urged price controls. Baruch's speech
came before the President was ready to ask for price controls,
and knowing that the two men didn't like each other, the GOP'ers
whooped and hollered for the same measures they voted against
last week.
THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIENDS
During the backstage debate. South Carolina's Maybank argu-
ed: "We ought to freeze prices the way they are now so business
and agriculture will know what they are up against and will go
ahead and produce."
Alabama's Sparkman and Michigan's new Senator Moody led
the fight for the consumers. The Alabaman warned that the gov-
ernment will not be able to hold the line on wages, if prices art
not rolled back. The whole wage stabilization formula, he said,
is related to the movement of prices and the cost of living ln th
base period before the Korean invasion.
"What you are doing here ls to wipe out the base," Sparkman
warned.
Moody maintained: "The economy Is full of distortion because,
when the President attempted to apply the voluntary system and
hold inflation without direct controls, a great many people res-
ponded ln the public Interest, and a lot of others profiteered.
"What you are doing now is to put Congress' official stamp
of approval on the profiteers. Simultaneously you are telling the
patriotic people who responded to the plea of their government
and did hold down prices, that they can't count on being pro-
tected," Moody told Dirksen, Capehart and Company.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Ine.)
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COICO CENTESIMOS
Truman enva instrucciones al General Ridgway
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No se usar la partida para la carretera
hasta tanto los E. U. vote su cuota
Tendr que ser aprobado por
Washington cualquier arreglo
con los chinos y norcoreanos
WASHINGTON, Junio 2? (IIP) Los nitwcc iones
para posibles negociaciones en el campo d batalla sobre
an cese de fuego en Corea han sido aprobadas por el Pre-
sidente Truman y se le han enviado al General Matthew
B. Ridgway, Comandante en el Lejano Oriente.
El sub-Secretafto de Defen-
sa, Robert Lovett, dijo en una
conferencia de prensa que las
Instrucciones sobre el cese de
fuego han sido enviadas a Ridg-
way, pero no quiso dar deta-
Dijo que cualquier arreglo
entre Rldway y los comandan-
tes de las fuerzas comunistas
chinas, y norcoreanas estara su-
jeto A la aprobacin de Wash-
ington.
Agreg que las Instrucciones
"generales" sobre el cese de
fuego fueron preparados por los
funcionarios de los Departa-i
mentos de Estado y Defensa
despus de consultar con el
Consejo Nacional de Seguridad.
Lovett se mostr preocupado
por el hecho que el fin de
la guerra en Corea puede con-
ducir a que el pueblo norte-
americano pierda su entusiasmo
en el programa de rearme.
Dijo que esto seria espanto-
so ya que Estados Unidos es-
tara buscando el desastre si
dejara que el Politburo ruso es-
cribiera el programa de defen-
sa norteamericano.
Lovett tambin advirti que
l cree que la situacin mun-
dial se presenta muy oscura
debido a la tensin entre los
comunistas y el mundo demo-
crtico.
Dijo que la terminacin de
la guerra en Corea bien puede
ser la seal para que los comu-
nistas ejerzan presin en otra
parte del mundo.
los Comunistas tratarn de
sabotear el Canal de Panam
como objetivo primordial"
As declara el Comandante de la Legin America-
na en Conferencia de Prensa
El seor Earle Cocke Jr., co-
mandante de la Legin Ame-
ricana, manifest ayer en con-
ferencia de prensa que tuvo tu-
sar en Quarry Heights, que el
primer acto, de sabotaje que ln-
D. Roberto Eisenman
Administrador Gral.
de Rentas Internas
El seor Roberto (Bob) Elsen-
mann. prominente hombre de
negocios de sta capital y miem-
bro del Partido Renovador, fu
nombrado por medio de Decreto
Ejecutivo del da de hoy "Ad-
ministrador General de Rentas
Internas.
El Lie. Alejandro Ferrer Jr.
fu nombrado Sub-Adminlstra-
dor de Rentas Internas.
El Sr. Elsenmann es una per-
sona sumamente conocida en
nuestros circuios comerciales y
es propietario del Bazar Ame-
ricano.
tentarla Rusia, seria el Canal
de Panam, porque ello para-
lizarla la ayuda de los Estados
Unidos a los paises libres, y la
segunda al Canal de Suez, por-
que asi obstruirla la linea vi-
tal a los Balcanes. Luego agre-
g:
"Tenemos la fortuna de que
Panam sea una entidad au-
tnoma. Sin su ayuda no hu-
biramos podido ganar la gue-
rra contra el Japn. Hoy, sin
su cooperacin, seriamos expul-
sados de Corea en una sema-
na. Oradas a Dios por el Ca-
nal y la Repblica de Panam".
Sobre la importancia del Ca-
nal dijo que el Canal de Pa-
nam es reconocido en todas
partes como objetivo vital; que
au defensa no puede discutirse
en los trminos de las tcticas
de 1914 y difcilmente en las
de 1945. Observ a los perio-
distas, sin embargo, que no se
propona presentarse como un
experto en la defensa del Canal
simplemente porque estuvo all
24 horas.
La discusin se torn a la
guerra coreana despus que
Cocke Jr., contestando a una
Eregunta, dijo que no ha ha-
Ido un gran alejamiento en-
tre l y el Presidente Truman
debido a las declaraciones de
Cocke a la prensa de los Esta-
dos Unidos despus de su re-
greso de una Jira coreana. El
Presidente cancel sbitamente
una cita con Cocke despus que
ste sall en defensa de la
posicin de MacArthur sobre la
condicin de la guerra en el
Lejano Oriente.
Cocke dijo que su posicin ha
sido siempre una de gran res-
peto por el Presidente de los
Estados Unidos, sin tener en
cuenta quien desempee el car-
Maana se inaugura la convencin
de Partido Liberal Nacional en
la ciudad de Santiago de Veraguas

i
Maana se inaugurar en San-
tiago la Convencin del Parti-
do Liberal Nacional, la cual ten-
dr lugar en el Teatro Mara
Luisa a las nueve de la maa-
na.
Presidir la mencionada con-
vencin don Jacinto Lpez y
Len ex-Minlstro de Gobierno
V Justicia en el Rgimen Li-
beral.
Se ha informado asimismo
que el Dr. Fejlpe Juan Esco-
bar pronunciar el discurso de
clausura de la Convencin.
Adems de ex-presldente libe-
rales asistirn a esa gran reu-
nin liberal los convencionales
sobrevivientes que intervinieron
en la primera convencin cele-
brada por el partido liberal
tambin en la ciudad de San-
tiago el 18 de enero de 1906,
seores Horteruo de Icaza,
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
21.900
Isaac Moreno, Manuel 8. Plni-
11a. Clemente Oberto, Lupercio L.
de Guevara, Toms de Aquino
Snchez y Anbal Vernaza.
En la Secretaria General del
Partido en esta capital se ad-
verta ayer gran animacin por
el trabajo del personal encar-
gado de ultimar detalles, no so-
lamente en la labor oficinesca
sino tambin en el desarrollo
del programa de transporte.
Tanto el Directorio Nacional
Provincial como la Comisin
Nacional de Organizacin rue-
gan por nuestro medio a los
delegados hacer acto de presen-
cia en el Teatro Mara Luisa-
escogido para la celebracin de
la Convencin a las ocho y
treinta de la maana del da
sbado treinta de los corrien-
tes, hora en que comenzar el
acto de instalacin, de mana-
ra de disponer de tiempo sufi-
ciente para cubrir todo el pro-
grama de trabajo acordado pa-
a ese da.
Una oficina de informacin ha
sido establecida en el Hotel Pla-
za en donde los delegados pue-
den obtener todas las Informa-
ciones que estimen necesarias.
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Ms de doscientos prostbulos
hay en la ciudad de Panam
El Municipio votar
B/15,000 para la
Escuela de Medicina
Una partida anual de B. 15,-
000.00 fue aprobada anoche por
el Consejo Municipal, la cual
est destinada: a ayudar al sos-
tenimiento de la Escuela de Me-
dicina de nuestra Universidad.
El proyecto de Acuerdo apro-
bado y presentado por todos los
concejales asistentes fue el re-
sultado de una nota que en-
viara el doctor Octavio Mndez
Pereira, Rector de la Univer-
sidad de Panam, al presidente
del Concejo H.C. Hernando A.
Martiz, solicitando la ayuda an-
tes mencionada para compra de
equipo, tiles y otros meneste-
res para la Escuela de Medicina.
El Municipio ordena en el
Acuerdo aprobado anoche la
inclusin de una partida de B.
15,000.00 en el presupuesto de
este ao y en los presupuestos
de los prximos anos.
Se suicid el Jefe
del Protocolo en
El Salvador
SAN SALVADOR, Junio 29
(UP) Joaqun Lelva, Jefe del
Protocolo del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores del Salva-
dor se suicid a las 10 horas de
ayer en el Hospital de La
Merced.
Alcanzan proporciones de un
escndalo los permisos que ha
otorgado Previsin Social
Doscientos cincuenta prost-
bulos funcionan en esta ciudad
autorizados por Previsin So-
cial, segn inform a la prensa
e&ta maana, el Coronel J. A.
Remn Cantera, Comandante de
la Polica Nacional. Las autori-
zaciones comprenden permisos
para el funcionamiento de du-
dosas casas de pensin, hote-
les para solteros, casas de cita,
prostbulos y otros centros don-
de se ejerce el lenocinio.
Setenta y cinco mujeres fue-
ron detenidas en las ltimas
48 horas en una gran batida
emprendida por la Polica Se-
creta Nacional para reprimir el
vicio, Informando las autorida-
des que dies y ocho de estas
mujeres estaban en avanzado
estado de gravidez y doce ha-
ba* abandonado a hijos de
cuatro o cinco aos de edad.
"La prostitucin clandestina es
incontrolable" dijo a un perio-
dista el Comandante' Remn,
mientras suministraba estas in-
formaciones en la conferencia
sobre moralidad que se cele-
br esta maana en el Minis-
terio de Gobierno y Justicia y
en la cual se consideraron as-
pectos de prevencin y repren-
sin de la delincuencia.
Esta conferencia fue presidi-
da por el Ministro de Gobier-
no y Justicia y asistieron el
Procurador General de la Na-
cin, los Comandantes Remn
y Vallarlno, el Inspector Jefe
de la Secreta y el sub-Inspec-
tor, seores Hctor Val-
ds Jr., y Pedro J. Prez; los
gobernadores de Panam y" Co-
ln, don Homero Velasquez y
don Agustn Cedeo; los alcal-
des de Panam y La Chorrera,
doctor Alberto Navarro y don
Prudencio Ayala, el director de
Salud Pblica, doctor Alberto
Calvo y el doctor Arturo Ta-
fiia, la doctora Clara Gonz-
ez por el Tribunal de Meno-
res y el Secretarlo del Minis-
terio, don Armando Moreno G.
Graduandos del
IPA se reunirn
Maana a las 7.30 p.m. se
reunirn la graduacin del Ins-
tituto Panamericano del 50 en
el edificio de las Sabanas. Se
nos ha pedido que lo comu-
niquemos asi a todos los miem-
bros de la mencionada gradua-
cin.
Privarn a la Zona
Occidental alemana
de carbn y luz
BERLIN, junio 29. (UP).
Alemania Oriental ha amena-
zado con privar a la zona oc-
cidental de Berln de sus abas-
tecimientos de carbn y energia
elctrica que proceden de la
zona oriental en represalia por
haberse Interrumpido las nego-
ciaciones sobre el comercio en-
tre ambas zonas.
El vlce-Prlmer Ministro de A-
lemania Oriental, Hetnrich Rau,
advirti a las autoridades de
Berln Occidental que el acuer-
do conforme al cual se abaste-
ce de barcn y energa elc-
trica a los sectores occidentales
expirar el 2 de Julio Junto con
el convenio provisional de co-
mercio que regula las exporta-
clones de la zona occidental a
la dominada por los soviticos.
Ser revisado el
Cdigo Buslamante
El Comit Jurdico Interame-
rlcano ha sometido a la consi-
deracin del Gobierno de Pana-
m, el dictamen sobre la posi-
bilidad de revisar el "Cdigo
Bustamante" o Cdigo de Dcie-
cho Internacional Privado.
Este Comit pertenece a la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
mcricanos de la cual Panam
i Pan I Par Col 7
Esta es de veinte millones \
para terminar los trabajos
de la Repblica de Panam
Segn informes obtenidos en fuentes de entero er*
dito, los diez millones que se destinarn para la correte-
ra interamericana no vendrn a nuestro pas hasta tanto
el Congreso de los Estados Unidos vote la partida de los
veinte millones para terminar la carretera, siguiendo asi
la pauta da dar dos balboas por cada uno de los quo
suscriba una pas para esta va.
Segn estas declaraciones, los
trabajos de la carretera, que
se Intenten Iniciar con ese di-
nero tendrn que esperar hasta
tanto se llenen todos los tn-
mites pertinentes en relacin
a la partida global de los trein-
ta millones.
Sigui diciendo nuestro Infor-
mante, que al tenor de la pre-
sente consideracin, es muy po-
sible que los grandes trabajos
de la carretera, en los cuales
se invierta la apreclable suma
no se iniciaran hasta en 1952,
si el Congreso de los Estados
Unidos, vota la suma de veinte
millones de balboas.
Con respecto a la comisin,
se nos manifest qOe saldr
de nuestro pas tan pronto co-
mo estn ultimados todos loa
detalles y autenticados todos le
documentos.
Todo parece Indicar que ea
decisin del Gobierno no usar^
los diez millones hasta tanto-
no se obtengan los otros vein-
te del Gobierno de los Estados
Unidos.
Desbordante entusiasmo hay \
por el festival del club de
las esposas de periodistas
Centenares de regalos hay en la tmbola que ser
una de las mayores atracciones
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Hoy en la maana lleg a Tocumen, procedente de Colombia,
tro Teatro Nacional. El "Ballet Imperial" est compuesto por
tre los mejores bailarines' del Metropolitan Opera House y del
cuerpo de ballet es nada menos que la eran Nana Gellner, pri
al publico en sos presentaciones con el gran Paul Petroff, uno
de apertura de esta gran temporada de ballet ser esta noche
Republic, Den Alclblades Arosemena y la Primera Dama de la
"Ballet Imperial" gustar mucho a nuestro pblico, el que pod
en muchos aos. Entre los nmeros que presentar el "Ballet
"Baile de Graduacin" de Llchlne-Strauss: "El Pjaro AsuP y
Fantstica" y el nanea olvidado "Lago de los Cisnes".
la famosa compaa de ballet que debutar esta noche en nues-
un conjunto de 20 personas, las que han sido seleccionadas en-
Ballet Theatre de Nueva York. La primera bailarina de este
mera bailarina del Metropolitan de Nueva York, quien deleitara
de los ms grandes bailarines de nuestro tiempo. La funcin
a las S: 15, con la asistencia del Excmo. Seor Presidente de la
Repblica. Doa Heliodora de Arosemena. Sin duda alguna, el
r apreciar un ballet de la ms'alta categora que haya visto
Imperial" recordamos a "Paganini" de Foklne-Rachmaninoff;
"Funcin de Gala" de Tudor; "La Princesa Aurora", "Sinfona
Se ordena traslado de los britnicos
de los campos petroleros a Abad an
Irn amenaza con
recurrir a las
Naciones Unidas
TEHERAN, Junio 29. (UP).
El Gobierno de Irn advirti
que pedir al Consejo de Se-
guridad de las Naciones Unidas
y otros organismos Internacio-
nales que investiguen su dispu-
ta con Gran Bretaa "si conti-
na la amenaza militar" a es-
te pas.
El comentarista politico de
la Radio Tehern estacin
propiedad del Gobierno dijo
que "si contina la amenaza
militar contra Irn, y si se in-
timida a los iranios con buques
de guerra, paracaidistas y con-
centracin de fuerzas militares
a algunos kilmetros de sus
fronteras, el Gobierno Iranio
considerar su deber pedir a
los organismos Internacionales
y al Consejo de Seguridad que
Investiguen si caso".
El Gobierno de Irn promete
conseguir que se retire el
proyecto de ley de sabotaje
TEHERAN. Junio 2S (UP),El Embajador de Estados
Unidos, Henry F. Grady, visito al Primer Ministro Moha-
mmed Mossadegh por primera ves desde que fracasaron
las conferencias entre Gran Bretaa e Irn.
El Premier Meesadegh prometi al Embajador Grady
que tratara que el Parlamento retirara la ley contra el
sabotaje, ano de los factores que han obligado a Gran
Bretaa amenazar con retirar sus subditos de Irn.
Grady dijo que le llevarla s-
ta informacin a Sir Frauci?
ohepherd, Embajador britnico
en Irn y a Richard Normun
btedon, jefe de la compaa y -.-
trolera britnica.
El Embajador de Estados U-
nidos dijo que le haba aconse-
jado al Ministro de Relacicnrs
Exteriores, Bagher Kazemi, que
bt estaba causando dao al t.?-
Ur de pasar la ley contra ei sa-
botaje y le sugiri que le acon-
sejara al Primer Ministro qje
algo debiera hacerse sobre eso
Grady le dio las gracias a Mo-
ssadegh de parte del Presidente
Tiumaffpor iitbtr pedido el a-
poyo de las naciones libre* en
la presente crisis, y le lnfoi-i
Que ei Presidente le contestar
uintro de unos das-
Dijo que Mossadegh se sin*,
turbado por el retiro en mto<
de los trabajadores brltnice*.
io cual puede provocar l ci..-re
be la industria petrolera.
Grady le asegur que ni 1?.
turn pama ni el Gobierno de
oran Bretaa queran cerrar
la* refineras, pero que la 'ey
contra el sabotajt estaba dos-
moralizando s los obreros.
La Anglo Iranian
anuncia el cierre
de sus operaciones
LONDRES,, Junio 29 (UP)
La "Anglo Iranian Oil Company'
anuncio ei cierre de todas s'.s
operaciones en Irn ya que no
hay posibilidades de un arralo
mientras el Premier Mahomed
Mossadegh esto en el poder.
Los empleados britnicos de
ia compaa estn siendo lla-
mados a Abadn desde los cam-
pos petroleros y se anunci Que
las operaciones terminarn en
10 das.
Basil R- Jackson, Gerente Ge-
neral de la Anglo-Iranian Is ci-
jo a los periodistas norteame-
ricanos durante un almuerzo ta
Londres que no vea otra *o cion que el cierre de las opera-
ciones de los grandes campos
petroleros de Irn...ios cuales
piodujeron 31,750,000 toneladas
Ue petrleo el as pasado.
Deabortante entusiasmo exis-
te por el Festival ds las es-
posas de los periodistas a be-
neficio del desayuno de los vo-
ceadores de peridicos.
Centenares de regalos han si-
do ofrecidos por las casas co-
merciales para la gigantesca
tmbola que funcionar simult-
neamente con el festival, don-
de los mejores artistas de la ca-
pital actuarn por cortesa de
los clubes nocturnos.
La actividad desplegada por
las esposas de los periodistas
ha sido creciente, al punto que
se espera que maana una mu-
chedumbre desbordante se d ci-
ta en el Balboa, para respaldar
a las distinguidas damas en su
labor a beneflo de los voceado-
res de peridicos.
Sancionarn a los
que no construyan
sus aceras ahora
La Alcalda del Distrito ha
enviado el siguiente comunica-
do:
La Alcalda hace saber a to-
dos los dueos de casas o de
lotes dentro de la ciudad co-
mo en las afueras, que el A-
cuerdo Municipal nmero 28 del
21 de abril de 1951, daba de
plazo a los propietarios sesen-
ta dias para que construyeran
las aceras en sus respectivas
propiedades.

Nombrados en los
planteles varios
profesores hoy
ARTICULO NICO: Nombres*
Profesores de Educacin Secun-
daria, por haber resultacoa
triunfadores en concurso abier-
to por el Ministerio de Educa-
cin, de acuerdo eon lo estaofe-
cido en e! Articulo 187 de la*
Ley 47, Orgnica de Educacin!
y el Decreto No. 46 de 1949, *
las siguientes personas:
Judith c Alien, Jos Manuel
Moreno H., Luis Suman C, Cle-
mencia Daz Escala, Angela Ma-
ra Chang, Edla de S. de Cas-
telln, Augusto Cbanis C, Lu-
cille Lewis, Zenaida V. de Muii-
11o, Dora N. de Vergara, Beua
Alicia Corro, Ida Raquel Mar-
tin, O tilda Pnula de Restrepo,
Moiss Roberto Restrepo, Car- 1
ota E. Arguelles, Esondo Teja-
da Flores, Harold Forde, JuJitl
Mara Barra, Jos Ricaurte Ar-
da, Odllia Benavldes A., Mara
Ramos de Regis, Olmedo Co-
irea, Leonor Surez, Diamanti-
na Cabrera, Silvia R. Posada H,
Augusta Victoria Espino, Luis
A. Zerr, Pablo Emilio Corito,
Kazel Surgen de Lpez, Thcl-
ma Mara Velarde, Elsa E. dt
la Rosa, Ernesto Martnez, Moi-
ss Fasta Moreno, Elvira
Pombo A.
Implacable persecucin de hermanas
catlicas extranjeras se desata en
todo el territorio de China Roja
HONG KONK, Junio 29 (UP)
Fuentes catlicas autorizabas
revelaron que se ha ordenado a
tuda las hermanas catlicas ex-
tranjeras que abandonen la
China Roja en el curso de la e-
vacuacln en masa de misione-
ros impuesta* por la opresin y
persecucin realizada por los
comunistas chinos.
Aadieron que en cambio, s
ha pedido a los sacerdotes ca-
tlicos que se queden el mayor
tiempo posible, pero centenares
ele ellos ya han partido y dia-
riamente muchos abandonan el
pas.
Antea que loa comunistas se
apoderaran del Gobierno ha oa
en China 2,350 hermanas ca-
tlicas y 2,050 sacerdotes que ser
van- a ms de cuatro millones
de catlicos.
Hoy slo quedan .en China
entre hermanas y socerdotes 3,-
00 aproximadamente

Ueg anoche a
esta ciudad don
A. G. Arango
Don Augusto Guillermo Aran-
go, ex-Presidente del Banco Fi-
duciario de Panam regres a
Panam anoche.
Como recordarn nuestros lec-
tores, el Sr. Arango parti para
Nueva York el 9 de Marzo para
someterse a tratamiento mdico.
Dos dias antes de. la partida
del seor Arango el Banco Fidu-
ciario se habla visto obligado a
cerrar sus ouertas cuando una
segunda crisis causada por el re-
tiro de los depositantes redujo Si
encaje legal del banco.
Segn Informes recibidos, el
Sr. Arango vino acompaada
de varios funcionarios bancarlos
de Nueva York, pero hasta el
momeato de cerrar planas n
nos fue posible conseguir una
entrevista con el Sr. Arango.
quien se encuentra hospedado
ea si Hotel "El Panam/


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Con maestra y con optimismo sano y bien
calculado demostr don Eduardo Healy en recien-
te conferencia la conveniencia de desarrollar la
. agricultura y la. ganadera en el pas. Con extra-
ordinaria sencillez aludi a los errores que al res-
pecto se han venido cometiendo y esboz planes
de ejecucin para corregirlos. Los que escucharon
la conferencia y los que la hayan ledo tienen que
haber quedado plenamente convencidos de que si
, queremos evitar las perniciosas consecuencias de
nuestra desequilibrada economa, el mejor camino
es el de explotar los recursos que ofrece el campo.
Carecemos de industrias propiamente dichas.
No hay esperanza alguna de nuevas construcciones
en el Canal que disminuyan el nmero de los deso-
. cupados. La fantasa del turismo no podr nunca
f aportar un volumen adecuado de circulante para
estimular actividades productivas. El socorrido
sistema de los emprstitos que se dedican a pagar
deudas no lleva consigo solucin estable, y en esen-
' cia constituye un crculo vicioso. El negocio de
construccin de viviendas en las ciudades de Pana-
m y Coln tiene que haber llegado a su estanca-
miento porque no hay oportunidad de trabajar y,
desde luego, falta la capacidad de pagar los arren-
damientos. Por la misma causa el comercio va res-
. tringiendo el radio de sus operaciones. Y el Era-
rio pblico, que necesariamente se nutre del pro-
= ducto de las actividades privadas, tambalea, por-
que stas tambalean tambin, as que no puede sa-
tisfacer las demandas de la burocracia, que es la
industria" ms activa de la Repblica.
En tales condiciones nuestra economa no pue-
de ser ms endeble e incierta. Est siempre sujeta
' al azar, a los vaivanes de convulsiones financieras
extraas y a los altos precios en los pases de don-
de proceden las importaciones.
Como corolarios obligados de tal situacin se
insinan los despidos de empleados, la mora en los
pagos, la cesanta, la merma en las entradas del
Fisco, el alza en el costo de la vida y el malestar o
desasosiego general.
Parece ste un cuadro sombro, y lo es en
efecto por el momento. Sin embargo, existe un ra-
yo de luz, una perspectiva halagea. Hay que
volver los ojos al campo para hacerlo producir, co-
mo lo aconseja el seor Healy. Pero tenemos que
despojarnos de fantasas y de politiqueras para
convencernos de que el man no seguir cayendo
del cielo; que se requiere una buena dosis de pre-
visin; la ayuda de tcnicos para la elaboracin de
planes adecuados, y enrgica perseverancia.
Como un ejemplo de la falta de previsin cabe
recordar que hace poco se le recomend al Banco
Agropecuario que en vez de traer ganado extran-
jero para el consumo, importara reses buenas, aun-
que a precios mucho ms altos, para venderlas aqu
a los que quisieran comprarlas, suministrando s-
tos, como parte de esos precios, sus ganados de cra
de psima calidad que seran sacrificados para
carne. Se buscaba, desde luego, la transformacin
acelerada del tipo degenerado de nuestros ganados.
Pero como el Banco no poda otorgar crdito pa-
ra el pago del saldo del precio del ganado para
cra que aqu se importara, el plan fue rechazado.
Es que el dinero del Banco estaba colocado en prs-
tamos a caciquillos polticos para abrir cantinas,
para comprar aparatos receptores de radio y otras
cosas por el estilo.
Se ve, pues, que no slo es conveniente sino
absolutamente indispensable tomar medidas para
llevar al nimo del productor y del inversionista el
fconvencimiento de que sus esfuerzos no se estre-
llarn contra las barreras artificiales que hoy exis-
ten para los que se dedican a trabajar en el interior.
Of Carrusel
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Franklin Roosevelt Jr. trata de cam-
biar los votos sobre la inflacin; El Senador Dirksen
ayuda la "antesala" sobre bienes races; Los amigos
de las amas de casa pierden en un debate secreto del
Comit.
WASHINGTON. El ms ira-
portante debate del ao en el
Senado, en cuanto a las amas
de casa concierne, u peleado
a puertas cerradas por el Co-
mit Bancarlo y Monetario la
semana pasada. Ninguna ama
de casa estuvo presente cuan-
do los solones estuvieron discu-
tiendo el control.de precios, pe-
ro sta columna est en capaci-
dad de informar quin estaba
a favor y quin en contra de
las amas de casa.
Aquellos que votaron al prin-
cipio en contra de las amas de
casa sobre la reduccin de ios
precios, incluye a doe demcra-
tas:
1) El Pre si dente Burnet
Maybank de Carolina del Sur,
cuya familia ha astado desde
hace tiempo en el negocio del
algodn y quien se ha opues-
to, especficamente al control
del precio del algodn. La lla-
mada reduccin en los precios
de la carne en verdad es una
redaccin de todos los pro-
ductos agrcolas, inclusive el
algodn.
2) Joe Frear de Delaware,
quien posee tres lecheras y
haciendas de gallinas, vende
fertilizantes, maquinas agr-
colas, y es director de la Cia.
Fiduciaria de Baltimore, el
Banco Nacional de los Agricul
tores de Dover, Delaware; Y
del Banco Nacional de los
Fruteros, de Camdea, N.J.
Los Republicanos que vota-
ron contra las amas de casa fue-
ron Capehart de Indiana, Bri-
efer de Ohio, Shoeppel de Kan-
sas, Dirksen de Illinois y Ivs
de Nueva York. Ms tarde Ivs
se vl inundado con protestas
de Nueva York, y despus de ce.
nar con el Congresista Republi-
cano Jack Javits, candidato Re-
publicano para la Alcalda de
Nueva York, Ivs cambi su vo-
to y dirigi una campaa pa-
ra proteger a las amas de casa.
Los Senadores que desde un
comienzo estuvieron con las a-
mas de cus fueron:
Sparkman de A la ama,
Douglas de Illinois, Benton de
Conneeticut, Moody de Michi-
gan, Fulbright de Arkansas y
Robertson de Virginia, todos
Demcratas. Ms tarde, sin
embargo, Robertson cambi su
voto en contra de las amas
de casa, '
EL PRINCIPAL ENEMIGO
El ms efectiva luchador
contra las amas de casa fu
el hbil y nuevo Senador Re-
publicano de Illinois, Everett
Dirksen. Dirksen, un porta-
voz del "Chicago Tribune" y
viejo amigo de Morton Bod-
fish, une de los cerebros de
la "antesala" de los bienes
raices, encabez un movi-
miento a puertas cerradas pa-
ra acabar del todo eon los
controles de precias. A Dirk-
sen se le unieron Capehart,
Brlcker y gchoeppel en an In-
Vuele o
COSTA RICA
por
solo
n 30
(ida y vuelta)
VIA
LACSA!
Sale Lunes v Jueves
a las 11:00 a.m.
PANAMA
DISPATCH SERVICE
M. 7-ISn Ave Then A
Calla Sachet Na. IS
a Asesta Se VlalM
tent de eliminar el Ttulo
IV, lo que hubiera eliminado
los controles de precios y sa-
larlos.
Dirksen tambin trat de es-
currir un aumento de 01 por
ciento en los alquileres, lo que
Bricker no pudo lograr en una
votacin anterior del Comit.
Brlcker quera que loa propie-
tarios de casas pudieran escoger
cualquier ao desde 1942- y au-
mentar los alquileres en un i31
por ciento sobre el alquiler ms
alto en stos aos a pesar del
hecho que l protest cuando
el Hotel Mayflower le aumen-
t el alquiler en slo IS por
ciento. A Dirksen se le conven-
ci a prertas cerradas que se
aumento no podr ser, y final-
mente se le ofreci un aumento
de 37 por ciento.
A pesar de sto, Dirksen
regreso ms tarde con una
proposicin para eliminar to-
dos los contToles de' alquila-
res, pero dndole autoridad al
Presidente para re-controlar
los alquileres en las reas de
defensa. Lo que casi se le pa-
sa al Comit, sin embarga, fu
que Dirksen ofreci la frmu-
la del 61 por ciento de Dirk-
sen para re-coatrolar los al-
quileres an en las reas de
defensa algo Interesante que
deben saber los inquiUnos del
superpoblado Chicago.
Capehart trat otra maniobra
disfrazada despus que Dirksen
perdi la votacin para elimi-
nar los controles de precios y
salarios. Capehart propuso que
se prorrogaran los controles de
distribucin por un ao, pero
que los controles de precios ex-
piraran el lo. de Diciembre. Es-
to fu un claro atentado para
matar el control de precios en
Diciembre, en una poca en que
el Congreso no estar sesionan-
do y por lo tanto no podr re-
novarlos.
Lo irnico es que ste es el
mismo Capehart que estuvo
gritando que Truman era res-
ponsable por la Inflacin por-
que no impuso los controles en
Junio del ao pasado, inme-
diatamente despus de co-
menzarla la guerra en Corea.
PRESIN DETRAS DE ,
BASTIDORES ,
Durante los primeros 'debates
del Comit, Robertson de Vir-
ginia era uno de los ms gran-
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
For DEMOSTENE8 VERGARA
V
En nuestras notas precedentes hemos destacado la trascen-
dental importancia que envuelve. para nosotros_la Educacin Na-
cional como factor de valorlsaclon del elemento: HOMBRE, ori-
gen y fin de Us actividades socio-economicas. Hemos mesto.
asimismo, la necesidad de dotrsele del, elemento fsico: LA 1 IE-
RRA, del cual ha de derivar su sustento. Hicimos nfasis en la
cardinal Importancia que revisten las vias de comunicacin para
el cierre del ciclo econmico. .>-. ..
Trillaremos ahora el terreno escabroso de las conjetura ai
especular sobre los rumbos que pudieran impartirse a nuestro do-
minio progresivo de la naturalesa, dentro del marco geogrfico
n*C Guardmonos del embrujo de loa conceptos puros y estticos
que hilvanados por la majestuosa simplicidad de la log tea aris-
totlica nos remontaran sobre el lomo de Pegaso hacia un Heli-
cn de espejismos. Y es que no es posible derivar conclusiones
inmutables de premisas cuyos elementos se transforman constan-
temente. Tales son Us que relacionan el hombre a su ambiente.
El progreso de la clvlUsacin materUI humana implica la modi-
ficacin creciente de los factores de su ecologa ambiental, que,
a su ves, limitan el ritmo de su desarrollo. Guardmonos del Im-
pacto lrico de las frases-herramientas de nuestros polticos acer-
ca de la "feracidad" de nuestras tierras, U conquista de Us tie-
rras altas", la "Inagotabllidad" de nuestros recursos naturales,
nuestra ubicacin providencUl en el "ombligo del mundo", etc.,
etc.. para narcotizarnos con ureas esperanzas para el futuro ae
nUeHe0aqui0algunos de los datos y nociones que juzgamos fun-
des campeones de las amas de
casa. No slo presidi el Comi-
t Bancarlo durante la ausencia
de Maybank, sino que tena el
poder de Fulbright de Arkansas,
tiempo durante ol cual discuta
que el pas necesitaba alguna
clase de control de precios.
Ms Urde, Robertson cam-
bi de repente, y se inform
que su colega de Virginia, Ha-
rry Byrd, lo estuvo convirtien-
do. Si Robertson no hubiera
cambiado su voto, las amas de
casa hubieran ganado.
A fin de evitar el cambi del
Senador Frear, Franklin Roo-
sevelt Jr., por sugestin de la
Casa Blanca, le telefone pi-
dindole que votara con los con-
sumidores. La desapasionada pe-
ticin del joven Roosevelt im-
presion al agricultor Sena-
dor de Delaware aunque no lo
suficiente.
Cuando vino la votacin final,
Frear pas. Aparentemente, el
quera colocarse en la mitad del
camino para satisfacer a Roo-
sevelt. Asi que no vot. Esto hi-
zo que la votacin quedara em-
patada, seis a seis, y se pidi a
Frear que depositara el voto de-
cisivo.
Al principio, el Demcrata
de Delaware pareca un poco
inseguro sobre lo que deba
hacer. Primero pregunt lo
que significara un voto "s."
Luego pregunt lo que signifi-
cara un voto "no." Luego
pregunt cmo haba vetado
anteriormente. Cuando se le
dijo que haba votado en con-
tra del control de precios, de-
posit au voto en la misma
forma tr^ vez.
Esto hizo que Us amas de
casa perdieran la .'alalia.
NOTA: Lo ms Irnico sobre
el casi slido voto Republica-
no contra la reduccin de pre-
cios, es qu el verano pasado
stos aplaudieron frehtiea-
^
mente cuando Bernard Ba-
ruca exigi el control de pre-
cios. El discurso de Baruch.
fu pro n u n ci a d o antes de
que el Presidente estuviera lis-
io para pedir el control de
precios, y sabiendo que los
dos hombres no se gustan, Us
Republicanos gritare* y viva-
ren por las mismas medidas
contra Us que votaron U se-
mana pasada.
LOS AMIGOS DE LAS AMAS
DE CASA
Durante el debate detrs de
bastidores, Maybank de Carolina
del Sur discuta: "Debemos con-
gelar los precios tal como estn,
de manera que el comercio y la
agricultura sepan a qu atener-
se y puedan seguir adelante y
producir."
Los senadores Sparkman de
Alabama y Moody de Michigan,
encabezaron la batalla de los
consumidores. El Senador de A-
labama advirti que el Gobier-
no no podr mantener la linea
sobre* los salarios, si los precios
no son rebajados. Toda la fr-
mula de estabilizacin, dijo, es-
t relacionada al movimiento de
precios y el costo de la vida en
el periodo bsico de antes de
la invoslt. de Corea.
"Lo que ustedes estn hacien-
do es eliminar la base", Advirti
Sparkman."
Moody sostuvo: "La eeono-
ma est llena de distorciones
porque, cuando el Presidente
intenta aplicar el sistema vo-
luntarlo y aguantar U Infla-
cin sin controles directos,
una gran cantidad de perso-
nas respondieron en inters
del pblico, y otra gran canti-
dad se aprovech
"Lo que ustedes estn ha-
' cleado es darle la aprobacin
oficial del Congreso a les a-
i 1 i i i
amertales esclarecer ya que constituyen U arcilla y clave, rea-
listas, modeladoras de nuestras conjeturas sobre el rumbe Ideal
a Imprimir a nuestro dominio progresiva de la naturalesa istme-
a.
Las tierras bajas y calientes constituyen la gran mayora de
nuestra tensin geogrfica (87%). Las tierras templadas, coa
niveles entre 70* y 150t metros, un 10% del are* tetal. Las tu-
rras de ms de 15M metros, slo un 3%. (ngel RuMo. La Vi-
vienda Rural Panamea. 195))
En nota anterior observamos que U enorme mayora de nues-
tra poblacin se encuentra distribuida en U vertiente meridional
de U Cordillera Central, en U regin de sabanas clidas y en
los extremos de la zona canalera, con sus dos vastos ncleos cea*
sumidores urbanos.
Conocidas son por todos Us funciones reguUrisadoras de lea
bosques sobre el ciclo hidrolgico, su accin presexvatrva centra
la erosin, de abrigo de flora y fauna valiosas, de resguarde cen-
tra Us excesivas variaciones climticas. Por ventura U Natura-
leza ha prodigado generosamente esta ore verde sobre nuestro
suelo. Selvas cubren la vertiente septentrional de nuestra cade*
na' montaosa, Us sierras de U pennsula de Asnero y se extien-
den exuberantes en la seccin oriental de la sena canalera per
Us cuencas del Bayano, el Chucunaque, Tuira, etc., hasta les l-
mites con Colombia.
Qa hemos hecho por preservar este CAPITAL? Nuestras
consabidos mtodos agrcolas van diezmando Irreversiblemente
nuestros capitales selvticos. La poltica de las langostas ha
sido me RACIONAL que U de nuestros ignaros campesinos. ElUs
devoran y consumen los campos para dejar la desolacin. Nues-
tras prcticas agrcoUs no slo devastan nuestros basques sino
que lo hacen sin aprovechar siquiera sus valiosas maderas. Peer
an, las ofrendan en monstruosas piras dantescas a Us fauces
de Vulcano, para Ugar a Us generaciones venideras slo ttricas
pavesas.

proveen ador es. Al mismo tiem-
po, ustedes le estn dicien-
do a las personas patriticas
que respondieron al lUmado
de su Gobierno y mantuvieren
les precios bajos, que no po-
drn contar con proteccin",
le dijo Moody a Dirksen, Ca-
pehart y compaa. .
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HOTEL PICCADILLY, Biw.usi.ai
TIM* hun. Circa dll Reckcfellcr Caa-
trr, taalraa t tlantai pelar la* Ira. Cae-
Taantt a tadea Iva matlaa *a transparU.
Hrlti moderna, *0* cuarta*, total eon bt-
Sa j ralo. TUarWta. Oapla. BapaSol
BaMIanu rarUaraaU aa al .tal. Oarlra
kap para ScaaTuatr; para alBuarta, aa.
Mita, ama j Cockuu Raar. al Uaioa
PICCADILLY CIRCOS LOCHOS *M un
tria *a arium ncapaHaaUa.
POTO, BBETTON HALL, ana*.., a
H st. Blan amuablata. BaMarrtaaa r aav
nibur. al pa tal Hatal. Caaranlaata lar
NfccianM Unlti. Cuarlaa aaa kafla. aaa par
aaaa. atas* VSM.. I. usti. TaaikMa apto.
Cabla "Srataail Maw York'
HOTELBgLLKCLADUE, cu. n ,\
Sraatvay a T tiautoa a tea pimclpaiai
tMtaa, taatrar. Oawiant a la paarta. Rab-1-
taauaaa aa* kaSa prlrata: t parataa n H-
to. Daa III. ApartaaMBlaa para I ti
can ai eaelallla t'-l. Hablamaa aapaSal.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
SF.Vk.LE HOTEL, laiiai Ara. Mak
St., aarra tt (ataara "IiUaita a la mrlta
< la ataulaa". aaalaaaat. t m'u a aa
b a apiSilb. att artaa aaa bafla. Da
aaaiatarai 7 mi. Salla tarraaa. Rabilarla
ata naciuai. ti: aklaa. Ill
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, nts.a.M
St. A daa aaadru da Maad 7 taaaraa. Baa-
llaa US II. a T Apartar,fin aaa
aaabaa y arrala OS II a OS 111.
BELTOaTHOTEL, kiks.i
trataaaM Minada. Tadaa Ib* I
baa, taltfaaa. ratla y aira imalaamli.
TalarMta. Raarlba para iiiaiifa.
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON
irania a Paaarrlraala Station, aa al co-
rri n t* lar Meclenaa taatralM 7 aaaaprai.
Iltt aMIatlnaa* aaa aaa* prlrata, radio,
aiaa aarrlaata kalada. asRVIDOR. PrarMa
daada KM ... r HO ratraal BaaplMdaa da
habla aapaSola la atantarn paraaaalmacta
HOTEL rARAMOUNT, St. Srtat
t. *a al canil* da Ttaai Sanara. II
pirn: ira* aatajiln; aatManta alrartl
?a. Cuartoa atodaraM j alafre*, aaa **
S* V tacha particular, radia tralla J
MU halada circulante .7 teUrlalea
taaoKa' A tarta dlataacla a pie da tea
Uoa j tlendaa prlaelpalaa. aal tata* bab-
ttrrtBaa p tanta**, sata tal "Diaaund
Roiaeehoe a* Blllr Rom. Habitariaa*
eenclllee dtede 11*11 II; aklM deed.
tilia Ratlaurutaa ata aira anadino
anta, Cabla: "Paratal Re* Terk".
THE BUTTON HOTEL, maaattfit
Carca da le RadasM Caltaa. Traaaullo.
awtcrna. Carina eacaleata. radie. Uletiiln.
aire aaaatlctauta. riarina rratla. taaatUaa
atada trstl.M. Apta*, tata* OSH M. Frt
aua itanaln j tata an tai. tapnlilM. St
habla tapaStl, Caklt "aatuatl*!".
HOTEL VANDERB1LT, fail a.. a n .-,. -..-. -., n *t. LKallud* a* el oaatro da la etude* tVl TSBURGER HOTEL. Mi MS. letal
HOTEL ROBERT FULTON, 1w.11
St., lutar traatulla t* aaablaat* faaaillar
Cantralaitau oblMta. Cuartoa amplia*, aa-
aa ailUSt, HlaltfAItlia. It.M Ul parrn a,
III* par toa. Apta, t* i 1 a atiarlaa
Prrcloa teenanalM 7 tuataalM Para fatal-
Ha* reealadM heat. M**. Dtplo. Bap.tol
a aarta Sr. Iltriant Rartaal. Cablatratlar
TtTLTOROTSL. Tal. TB l-ltlt. Ata*, en*
SaatlM Caatarea. Par fiara, p Batareo*
'OTEL HENRY HUDSON, su w. l
TSl. carca Tlaaea Saaart. Otara*!**!*'
para kpaaa taratauita. trtatpaala, turar,
ata***, tlantaa. la. Ara. 1M* cuarta* ca
tata. SaaclllM daada 14 M, t*bl ttadr
tTM. Talarlalta. sa haMa tatrntel.
EL NUEVO CORTEZ, fraal* al aatn*.
RtMItalaaM ata aira iiaatlMeaade, tt r
I. Ralle prtrat*. Sa kakis atpatil.
HOTEL LIAMTNGTON, m w.a itt
SI., caotrt da aOaaal. FreaU aflalaal Ll-
aaat Atrae* 7 Otaalbua aa habla tapaltl.
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL.
Bird. am. I St. adlunta al ttmlaal ai-
rea central. Am ncamdlrteaata aatlaaal.
Cutir tftdtrM (ataaaoa. Cuartea aaa ba
Sa p radia: ataatllca dadt 15 DoblM deede
IT.M. Tanatea npartaatleate* para laaUlaa
laucha* aaa aira acondicionado.
HOTEL KIMBERLY, Sraatni a li st
Peraoaal latino. Cuarta* can bafto 7 emeha
Dna panana, deede US II. Tanatea e*M.
lettllraaU. Telerlelea.
VILLA D-ESTE HOTEL Rttaarae tart.
7 Otila I. Ctatna*. hlafalflaa ataaelta al
ritiere. AmkUata latlaa-ataarlaaae.
HOTEL DIXIE, m* w u at.
tal att* aaatera* en ti titirita
Saaar*. Tete* coarte* ce* be!
radio. Si*mil ***** IIM. DoblM tee-
* II.M. Beariba pera th
TWIN MOUNTAIN. H. H.
HOTEL EMMKJL Breetaar B > a
una cuadra tel Perqu Central, earc* te
la Quinta Arenlda 7 centre te caaapru
alarnlleca habltacloaea eatuebleaM. Da
da ti te aa* baS*.
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTEL, t.i.
MeunUl*. R R. Bn el centro de lea Men
talla* Blanca*. Bxeelente cocina. Plan Bu
rula. Precie* aatdleoa. Tataa fatUltttte
para uaa laalntaklea rceaetaaM cea tee-
baoea 7 recreo. Vlaolna. Oolf. Trnla. 1
ea. Vtattaa dlariaa par auteba a oltioa da
lalcrec. Pel.culaa 7 otrea racraatlerlM. Pa-
ra aaferaiaaia* p raaarraeleaM eecr.be a
OBOROB R7CROL*. DlrKtar-Oerenle.
Caatre de aflatal. Carea Ce*. Aeree* 7 A*-
tokuMt. PreclM alatleM. S* kabla eepaAcl.
BITZ HOTEL PlMler St
da w.1. carea da 1
1M. a* habla oapaSel.
MIAMI BIACH, RORIOA
LA NUEVA JOHNINA. PreaU al ttar.
II St. CeUktt. Aire eeeadlcleaede. Stapa
prlrada. Plertaa. CeakUll Lean**, aniel
renta, le mu per paraeae. caerte pal* I.
HOTEL CADILLAC, m cataa* tn.
Prcat* al atar, playa prlrata. Aira aeentt-
Precloe ricaHate ea rerana.
SOVERBIGN HOTEL, tt at freau a
elltai. PIMaa p piara prlrtta. Air* aeea-
dlcleaade. Dakka deede OS tt.
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MAS CALIDAD... MAS DURACIN... Y QUE PRECIOS!..
PANTALONES 4.00 4.49 4.99
GUAYABERAS 7.99 2.25 3.99
GUAYABERAS PARA NIOS 7.49 7.55 7.65
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VriNF!. JFNlO W. MSI
t, PANAMA AMWTCA PTAWTO IIMWRNHIMia
MfflWA
Es inminente el
desastre en Irn
Declar el Secretario de Estado Dean
Acheson en la Comisin de Relacione!
WASHINGTON. Junio 29 01'>
- El Secretario de Estado, Dap
Vchecoii, declarando ante la co-
nisln de Relaciones Exterior*
le la Cmara de Representan-
fes dijo que el "desastre" es w-
lncnte en Irn y que an
do te.mine la. guerra r.
orea, Estados Unidos debe cou-
: xar empleando miles de uu-
loncs de dlares en ayuda al
ixlranjeio.
Al declarar en apoyo a lo pre
uesta ley presentada por el
o:inno dedicando 8,500 mu.3-
cs de dlares al "plan de ss-
urldad comn" de ayuda a wl
aciones no comunistas, Acl.o-
U) dijo que 119 vea un "punto
E
brillante" en la crisis surgida en
el Oriente Medio con la nacio-
nalizacin por Irn de las pro-
piedades de la "Anglo-Irai>.&
Oil Co."
"Lamento decir que la situa-
cin avanza rpidamente por el
camino del desastre", dijo A-
tiieson quien subray que to
debe aminorarse el esfuerzo de
rearme del mundo Ubre,' aun
cuando se logre terminar la tfue
11a de Corea de acuerdo con
la propuesta rusa-
Dijo que la terminacin de la
guerra de Corea "nos separara
del borde del precipicio" y el "desastre no estara tan cr-
ea', pero que to se alterarla la
Nombramiento en
lo: Ministerios
Decreto No. B62 de 1951
de 28 de Junio
por el cual se aprueban unos
nombramientos en la Lotera
Nacional de Beneficencia.Co-
ln.
El Presidente de la Repblica
en uso de sus facultades legales,
DECRETA:
Articulo nico: Aprubanse
en todas sus partes el Decre-
to No. 121 de 23 de Junio de
1951, dictado por el Gerente de
la Lotera Nacional, que a la
letra dice:
"Decreto Numero 121 de 23
de junio de 1951. Por el
cd4
TOS
GRIPAS y
CATARROS,
lome________.
HWH|1'l-lf-M
poltica a largo plazo de Rusia
para lograr el dominio munu-tl
mediante "la agresin espoi-
dica, retiradas cautelosas, pio-
paganda interminable, sabota-
je econmico, apoderamlei.to
del dominio en una regln y el
aprovechamiento de dlerencu
en otras'.
Acheson dijo que "los dolaros
gastados en aumentar la po-
tencia de las naciones libres a-
iiadas producirn ingresos ma-
yores y ms rpidos en cuanto
a nuestra seguridad nacional
que los que podramos logi.u
aumentando en la misma suma
el presupuesto de nuestras pia-
pas fuerzas armadas".
cual se hacen varios nombra-
mientos en el personal subal-
terno en la Agencia de la Lo-
tera en Coln. El Gerente de
la Lotera Nacional de Benefi-
cencia. Decreta: Artculo Pri-
mero: Se nombra el siguiente
personal subalterno en la a-
gencla de Coln asi:
Calixto Vlllarreal, pagador, en
reemplazo de Donaclano Young.
Enrique Lanuza. recibidor, en
reemplazo de Elias Mendoza.
Eduardo Herrera P., Recibi-
dor, en reemplazo de Ollberto
Young. .....
Rosita Almengor, Surtidora,
en reemplazo de Serafina VI-
varronda.
Carmen de Catafto, ayudante-
pagador, en reemplazo de O-
maira Huertas.
Victoria Trujillo, Distribuido-
ra, en reemplazo de Isabel de
Duncan. ,
Alejandro Cantn, Celador, en
r-emplazo de Guillermo Herre-
ra.
Hilda Reyes. Mensajera, en
reemnla70 de Saturnino Ariano.
Articulo Segundo: Somtanse
los anteriores nombramientos a
la consideracin de la Junta
Directiva v a la aprobacin del
Orgaro Eiecutlvo. Dado en la
ciudad de Panam a los 23 das
del mes de Junio de mil nove-
cif"tos cincuenta y uno.
rente: (fdo.) Pablo Pinel, se-
cretarlo'.'.
El Presidente de la Repblica
en uso de sus facultades legales,
DECRETA:
Articulo Primero: Nmbrase
a la seorita Elisa E. Gonz-
lez D., Estengrafa de primera
categora en la Secretara del
Ministerio, en reemplazo de
Carmen C. de obaldia, quien
pasa a otro cargo.
Articulo Segundo: Nmbrase
a la seora Carmen C. de Obal-
dia Oficial Mimeograflsta en el
Departamento de Cultura y Pu-
blicaciones, en reemplazo de
Ins M. de Bonilla, quien pasa
a otro cargo.
Articulo Tercero: Nmbrase a
la seora Ins M. de Bonilla
Oficial de Registro en el Des-
pacho del Ministro, en reem-
plazo de Silvia C. de Brouwer.
quien pasa a otro cargo.
Articulo Cuarto: Nmbrase a
la seorita Maria Cristina Te-
Jelra Oficial de Tercera Cate-
gora en el Departamento de
Economa Escolar, en reempla-
zo de Elisa E. Gonzlez D..
quien pasa a otro cargo.
Articulo Quinto: Para los e-
fectos fiscales este Decreto co-
mienza a regir desde el 16 de
junio de 1951.
Alclbiades Arosemena
El Ministro de Educacin.
Ricardo J. Bermdei.
LfBORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A. & CA.
Decreto No
(de... de... de 1951)
Por el cual-se hacen unos nom-
bra melntos en el Ministerio de
Educacin.
NUESTRO GRAN BARATILLO ANUAL
TENDR LUGAR EL
LUNES 2 DE JULIO
LA PARISIN
AVENIDA CENTRAL 113
Inicise proceso
contra La Prensa
de Buenos Aires
BUENOS AIRES. Junio 29
Las autoridades de aduanas
iniciaron oficialmente la causa
en lo? Tribunales Federales con-
tra la empresa de publcacionea
"La Prensa" por 32,038391 Da.*
por derechos sobre el papel pe-
ridico Importado desde 1939.
El Juicio lo eritender el Juea
Juan Carlos OJam Gach, quien
ayer dio a las Juntas de Rentas
Pblicas un embargo sobre loa
edificios de "La Prensa" en !
causa para recuperar los impues-
tos sobre ingresos que st died
no han sido pagados.
No importa'
'cual sea su tipo../
Nuestro surtido es tan completo que Ud. encontrar
con seguridad la tela de su agrado.
"fr Organd Suiao
Uso y bordado
Ho
Colores lisos y floreados
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n estampados dorados
RECUERDE! Para ai adornos y accaaorioa da coatura
nuestro nuevo departamopto lo of race lo mejor!
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CALZONCILLOS
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en varios precios.
GUAYABERAS
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CORBATAS MEDIAS
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Un servido del Instituto de Nutricin de C. Amrica Panana
Minerales: Alimentos que contienen hierro
Uno de los alimentos ms ri-
cos en hierro es la carne qus
lo contiene en foftna de hemo-
globin;:, pero como los tejidos
giasosos contienen muy peca
hemoglobina, el contenido de
hierro vana mucho entre .os
dilerentes trozos de carne. Por
trmino medio se estima que el
contenido de hierro en la caine
e.s de 4 miligramos en 100 ra-
mos de carne, mientras qae en
os rganos, especialmente el
hgado pueden contener ha-;ta
i 5 miligramos de hierro pvr
c.ento.
El contenido de hierro del
huevo es aparentemente fijo, es
decir que no varia con la ali-
mentacin de las aves, estimn-
dose que por cada 100 gra.-.ios
NORMAS
Lo Correopousale neberSi
'. eeirse la as desapasiona
das nurnas aariodisUcas. Debei
enviar al peridico loa asunta
y noticias mi Interesantes qu
' afecten a la comunidad En ab
enluto se trata de ana oporta
; nidad para hacer determinada
campanas eoltica*.
de huevos (2 huevos mas o me-
nos) se obtienen 3 miligramo*
de hierro. Es de mencionarse
iue el lerro contenido en el
huevo es bien utilizado por el
t.rganismo.
Los cereales en general n
ricos en hierro, cuando te con-
samen los granos enteros pue-
de obtenerse hasta 5 miligramos
en 100 gramos del cereal, por
c,ue la mayor parte del mineral
est en las capas superficiales
del grano; pero el hierro de los
cereales casi solo el 50 por cen-
lo es asimilable.
Las hojas verdes comestibles
y las frutas tambin contienen
liierro aunque en menor canti-
dad, algunas plantas centroa-
mericanas son extremadamente
ricas en hierro como la acelga,
hierba mora, pero no se ha ae-
cermlnado la cantidad de hierro
utllizable en estos vegetales; >o-
10 el hierro contenido en la es-
pinaca se ha comprobado que es
atllizable el 20 por ciento
Los azcares crudos no refi-
nados como rapadura o mela-
zas, los mismo que almendras y
pasas son buenas fuentes de hle
rro pero se consumen en ran
pequeas cantidades que no se
consideran como fuentes impor-
tantes de este mineral.
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En estado antihiginico est
el mercado de La Chorrera
La Chorrera 29 de Junio de
1351.
Seor Director de
"El Panam Amrica".
Estimado Seor Director:
La agradeceramos diera c&-
olda a esta queja en su n.uy
ledo peridico.
El Comit Pro Mejoras de La
Chorrera constituido en un vo-
cero de la comunidad chorrera-
na y dispuestos a trabajar iic-m
oro con hombro con la Admi-
nistracin de Don Alcibiadcs A-
rosemena vuelve a hacerle un
iamado a los seores conceja-
les de este Distrito. Hasta cul
do piensan ellos tener el Ma-
cado Pblico, desmantelado y
cu condiciones antihiginicas?
e* que esperan el desarrollo de
ana epidemia, puesto que sus
ventanas se encuentran descu-
biertas brindndoles paso a loa
atos, gallinazos y a miles di:
moscas. Ya es tiempo de haber
ieparado este mal para '.jas
tarde no tener que lamentar
nales mayores por el descaigo
7 desatencin a nuestras jus-
tas propuestas hechas a Menino
Recuerden los seores Conce-
jales el otro compromiso muy
grande y es la construccin el
auevo Matadero. Desde la Ad-
ministracin del seor Enrijue
Jimnez hay una partida de B
10000 (diez mil Balboas) y has
la la fecha el pueblo no ha re-
cibido los beneficios de esa su-
ma, ni sabe dnde est guarda-
da. El Comit en nombre del
pueblo pide se investigue este
delicado asunto.
SI los miembros del Concejo,
por cualquier motivo, no desean
Uabajar a favor del pueblo q\.s
deposit en ellos su conflan?
y los nombr su representante
pues la solucin es muy senci-
lla: Renuncien si tienen Dig-
nidad.
De Ud. sus Attos y S. S.
Por el Comit Pro Mejoras de
La Chprrera.
Julio Prudencio jala
Cdula 46-3576
Jos M. Reina
Cdula 46-2338
Antonio Fuente
Cdula 47-14959
Jos S. Agullar
Cdula 28-17636
=
CARTAS Al DIRECTOR
HAT MENOS MOSCAS
Panam, 28 de Junio de 1S51
Sr. Director de
"El Panam Amrica"
Ciudad
Seor Director:
Con el respeto debido, me per-
mito solicitar a Ud. una rectifi-
cacin sobre noticia aparecida
ayer.
En la Informacin sobre la
plaga de moscas que Invada la
Urbanizacin de Mlraflores, a-
parece un error. Nosotros hici-
mos gestiones ante el Departa-
mento de Salubridad e inmedia-
tamente, se Departamento, en-
vi tres in-.pectores, quienes en-
contraron el criadero de moscas
> realizaron las gestiones per-
tientes para acabar con ellas;
de all que en los ltimos dia~.
se ha notado que va dlsminu-
1 yendo la cantidad de moscas.
Por lo tanto queremos dejar
constancia.de nuestro agradeci-
miento- al Sr. Nicols Obaldia,
por la prontitud con que aten-
di nuestra peticin.
Soy de Ud. Atta y S. S. S.
Elena de DelvaUe
Presidente del Comit
Central de la Urbanizacin
de Miraflores.
C,-ros O. Moreno O.
Secretario.
, i., I M MM IP
Entusiasmo por la construccin
del edificio para el primer ciclo
en la ciudad de Penonom
PENONOME. Junio 29 (Co-
rresponsal) Advirtese Inusi-
tado entusiasmo en la comu 1-
dad penonomea por la inicia-
cin de los trabajos del primar
ciclo secundario en que tanto
empeo est poniendo el Inge-
niero Norberto Navarro Mliu'.ro
de Obras Pblicas.
Con su propsito de princi-
piar estos edificios cuanto a;.-
tcs, el Ingeniero Navarro reme-
mora a los penonomefios aque-
llas condiciones de extraordi-
naria ejecucin que pona e.
iodos sus actos el Ilustre **
Picsldente doctor Juan Demoa-
rtenes Arosemena, cuya memo-
ria acude con frecuencia a la
gratitud de los penonome.-
Ayer los clubes de Padres r.e
Familia, las escuelas, el cic'.o
secundario. La Cmara Inter-
nacional de Jvenes y otras lu.
tltuclones cvicas dieron esplen-
dido recibimiento al Ingeniero
Tibulo Juliao, representante del
Ministro Navarro, quien vino a
Penonom con los planos del
moderno ciclo y con instruccio-
nes precisas de comenzar de in-
mediato la limpieza de los te-
renos donde se levantarn pa-
ra orgullo de la educacin na-
cional los edificios importantes
yue constituirn el primer ciclo
secundarlo de Penonom.
La seora Directora del ciclo
-CRUCIGRAMA -
secundarlo Doa Blanca Caries
de Kravclo y los profesores del
plantel ofrecieron un brindis al
Ingeniero Juliao. Horas despus
t congregaron todos en los la
lenos cedidos gratuitamente
por los hermanos Cont, sin o-
tro Inters que ayudar a alum-
biar el futuro sendero de la i-
ventud coclesana y all ante el
Ingeniero Juliao expresaron *u
en el Ingeniero Navarro y en
ios beneficios de la futura es-
cuela don Juan de Dios Herrera,
el doctor Federico Rodriguez E-
mllinl y la seora Directora
del ciclo secundarlo doa Blr-
ca Caries de Kravclo.
Acabo de regresar de efec-
tuar visita a los terrenos y aili
he encontrado en plena accin
tractores y hombres a rdenes
del Ingeniero Tibulo. Juliao. O
jala no desmaye lo que se o ota
comenzando hoy con tantas es-
peranzas de bien futuro. Co.no
en Penonom hay. actualmente,
Arquitectos, albailes, carpinte-
ros, maestros de obra y obre es
penonomeflos competentes, me
atrevo a sugerir respetuosamen-
te al Ingeniero Navarro se sir-
.a emplear en los trabajos a as-
ios hijos de Penonom tan com-
petentes como los mejores une
pueda adquirir en las ciud-les
dt Panam y Coln. Ingeniero
Navarro arriba con la obra.
APIOLINA de CHAPOEAUT
CONTRA
DOLORES MESIRUALES RETARDADO.
DE VENTA EN TODAS LAS FARMACIAS
ADMINISTRACIN GENERAL DE RENTAS INTERNAS
AVISA
Que l da 30 de Junio vanea I plazo para pagar
la Primera Partida del Impuesto Sobra la Renta corres-
pondiente a las Utilidades obtenidas en el ao 1950. Se
advierta qua, despus da aaa fecha, sa cobrar el re-
cargo qua establece la Ley.
CLAVOS
corrientes y de Techos
GRAPAS
ZINC acanalado y liso.
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Distribuidor Armco
Telfono Z-1S4S Avenida Norte No. 7 Apartado 1211
ATENCIN!
REALIZAMOS TODA NUESTRA EXISTENCIA
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Cucharas................. 30<
Tenedores................ 30*
Batidores................. 30<
Cafeteras Elctricas Sune Beans 25.00
Adquiera el suyo antes que se nos acaben.
ALMACN DE LIMA, S. A.
Avenida Central No. 40
HORIZONTALES:
1Trabajador de minas.
7Aleacin de hierro y car-
bono, Pl.
13Dios de la belleza masculina
1*Enfermedad de las venas.
15Negacin.
16Letra griega.
17Escuela Declamatoria
Argentina, Inlc.
IP,Terminacin verbal.
19Sbalo.
21Ave trepadora de Mxico.
22Demostrativo.
23Una pareja.
24Afluente del Paraguay.
29Ala sin plumas. -
28Entraas de los animales,
Pl.
29Del verbo atesar.
30Tomada nota.
32Que no es enemigo.
35Relativo a Irn.
39Pura, limpia.
40Adverbio de lugar.
41Gorra militar.
42Repetido, provincia de
Filipinas.
43rbol de Venezuela.
44Del verbo abatir..
46Caso de pronombre.
47Propietario.
48Quiere con amor.
49Terminacin verbal.
90Polos positivos.
52Ave de rapia.
54Para servir sal.
55flecas, InfrtUes.
8Juez civil turco.
9 poca.
10 Rhode Island, Abv.
11Puestas de los astros.
12Vigilante nocturno.
20Se atreve.
21Que tiene apata.
22Letra castellana.
24Circulo o redondel.
28Amarran.
27Cuchillo de hoja curvada.
28La unidad.
29Nombre de mujer.
31Altar.
32Almas.
33Cabello' largo.
34Terminacin de diminutivo.
36Clera, enfado.
37Muesca.
38Guarida de los osos.
40Del verbo acosar. ,
43Pasin.
44 Caudillo rabe.
45Isla del Pacfico.
47Asociacin Democrtica
Espaola, Inlc.
48Duea,
siArticulo. Inv.
53Preposicin Inseparable.
SOLUCIN Dt A
VERTICALES:
1Grupo de animales.
2Deidades paganas.
3Negacin.
4Letra castellana, Pl.
5Nombre de mujer.
8Constelacin.
7Alimento de caballeras.
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a precio popular.
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/
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.
GUAYABERAS- DE POPLIN PARA HOMBRE
colores surtidos............................... 1M
CORDONES PARA ZAPATOS, en colores, el par 5c.
MEDIAS DE RAYN Ganga......./t......... 29c.
GUAYABERAS EN COLORES Un regale...... I.H
CAMISAS DE MANGA LARGA...................2.25
PAUELOS BLANCOS Ganga................. lc.
CORREAS PLSTICAS Gran surtido.......... ec.
RELOJES DE BOLSILLO "BIG BEN'"........... 2.4
Lquido Blanco para Zapatos "Shumilk" a 5 cts.
Frijoles de Puerco "Gibs" (GANGA). a 12 cts.
Petit-Pois Grande, antes a 25, ahora. ... a 19 cts.
Macarrones en Cajeta (GANGA)....... 19 cts.
Avena en Lata "3 Minutos" (GANGA). a 25 cts.
Mamaderas con Chupn (Ms que regalo) a 0.19
Aceite de Muebles (GANGA)...........a 0.20
Jugos de Durazno y Albaricoque........2 x 0.15
Pasta de Tomate Mathina............... 0.22
Arroz Blanco.......................a 0.13
PANTIES DE JERSEY PARA SEORAS........a 2Se.
CARTERAS PLSTICAS (Un Regalo)..........a 5#c.
CARTERAS DE GAMUZA Ganga!............a 1.47
SWEATERS DE LANA Ultimo esUlo.......... Lit
UN GRAN SURTIDO DE CORREAS PLSTICAS
en todos colores .............................a 25c.
CAPOTES PLSTICOS PARA NIOS Y NINAS......a \M
CAMISETAS DE POLO con Mangas y Bolsillos........ 25c.
GUAYABERAS DE NIOS (Ganga)..................a 7c.
CARTERITAS PLSTICAS DE NINAS................ Me.
Duraznos en Conservas "Del Monte". 0.24
Jabn Fenicado (GANGA)........a 0.05
Coladores Chico, muy buenos......a 0.15
JARRAS ESMALTADAS (Menea del coste)...........a fe.
TOALLAS CHICAS (No se consigue igual)............25.
TOALLAS MEDIANAS ............................... **
FUNDAS Ganga...................................
CUCHARITAS Y TENEDORES INOXIDABLES........ 5c.
PLATONES ESMALTADOS (Menos del costo).......... c.
SOBRECAMAS DE CHENILLE GRANDES..........3.95
MANTELES EN COLORES 54x78................. L2*
Coladores Medianos.............. 0.23
Coladores Grandee.............. 0.33
Ollas Esmaltadas Un Regarlo/. ... a 0.29
LIMPIONES "CANNON"................a 13c. 2 r
ALFOMBRITAS DE CHENILLE PARA EL BASO......
PEINILLAS GRANDES ...............................
BOLSAS DE AGUA CALIENTE Ganga.............
ENEMAS DE CAUCHO................................
TAZAS BLANCAS DE LOZA, PARA NEVERAS........
THERMOS PLSTICOS CON PLATEADO, EXCELSOS
ESPONJAS CHICAS .................................
ESPONJAS GRANDES ...............................
25e.
99e.
9c.
75c.
25c.
1.13
ate.
fe.
MEDIAS NEGRAS DE RAYN (Ganga).............. lc
PANTIES DE ALGODN (Ganga)..................... *5e.
PANTIES DE RAYN Un regalo.................. 29c.
Cucharones y Tenedores de Cocina
Inoxidables Un Regalo.....------ 0.19
Cacerolas de Aluminio.......a 0.49 y 0.69
Pilas de Flash-Lights "Eveready". .. 2 x 0.25
Salsa de Tomate "Del Monte"........0.40
Caf Duran y Cittn al costo.......0.75
Jabn Lavasol.................*. 0.08
Manteca Swift (ha subido de precio) Ib. 0.33


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El aeor Charles E. Smith y
lefira Shirley P. de Smith ofre-
cieron acoche una comida an
el Hotel El Panam para dei-
pedir al seor Donald C. Orefe
y seora, quienes siguen pr-
ximamente para California y
Hawai.
Baile
Para agasajar a un numere-
so grupo da sus amistades, las
seoritas Alda y Matilde d la
Guardia Lyons, ofrecen hoy un
baile en la residencia de sus
tios, seor Emanuel Lyons y se-
ora Mary M. de Lyons en El
Cangrejo.
Cocktail
Los seores Pie y Jaime de
loa Casares ofrecen hoy un
cocktail al cual ha aido Invitado
un grupo de sus amistades.
Cambie de Residencia
S. E. el Ministro de China. Dr.
Cheng Chen-Yu ha trasladado
su residencia y la sede de la
Legacin a la Ave. General San
Martin No. 6. en donde se po-
ne a laa rdenes de sus amis-
tades.
De loa Estadas Unidos
Saludamos cordlalmente a la
seora Gladys P. de Heurte-
matte, quien acompaada de su
hijo Eduardo lleg ayer de
Washington.
Nana Gollner habla para EL PANA MA AMERICA
los estUos. Clsico, neoclsico, importante es la Dansa, la pri^
abstraccionista? Poco import* mera de las artes, en perma
todo esto. Lo verdaderamente I nente evolucin.
&La Lfran (Oaili
anua e
Jambin ^Aruiadt
ora
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Nueva York visi-
tando a sus familiares, se en-
cuentra de nuevo entre noso-
tros la seora Nita N. de Le-
wis y su nio Jos Guillermo
La saludamos.
De Coln
Regreso hoy de Coln, dond'
pas varios das visitando i
sus familiares la seora Mer
cedes G. de Hoffman. La salu
damos.
Su brillante (arma artstica.
Extinto repertorio.
La importancia de la crtica.
Nana Gollner, prima balleri-
na de) Metropolitan Opera Ba-
llet, orfanitada recientemente,
considera que el ao de 1SJ3
fue l de su suerte. Naaa, eva-
siva, en "glissade" durante loa
primeros minutos de la con-
versaren, no demuestra 1 me-
nor deseo de hablar de ai mis-
ma. Su sentido del humor es
cosa proverbial entre sus cole-
Ssa. Dice eon suma (rela: "S-
i loa dioses nacieron en el
Olimpo. Por qu habra yo de
ser solemne al tengo marid,
un hilo, na carrera y na
gate siams"?
1*W: ARe de la suerte pera
Nana Gellner, el que determine
ella deba ser una bailarina
profesi.nal. Mas Rlnhrdt, I
clebre director alemn de tea-
tro, la vio danzando en el ca-
tadlo que Theodore Kosloff te-
en Hollywood y decidi que
ella era la ballerina que esta-
ba buscando para la realizacin
de sa '"Ensuee de una noche
de verano". Pero Naaa slo te-
na catorce aos y las leyes de
California le impedan viajar
con Una compaa. Tuvo que
esperar an ao ms, y as le
hizo tambin Max Relnhardt.
Increble en el caso de una mu-
chacha que haba quedado in-
capacitada por una aguda po-
liomielitis y que hubo de a-
prender nuevamente a andar!
De El Paso. Texas, donde na-
ci, sa familia ae traslad con
ella a California, y aUi fue
donde empez sus primeras lec-
ciones ron Kosloff. Slmultnea-
Porverw del Ballet.
Discriminacin de estilo.
ATAQUE
Para loj Estados Unidos
Despedimos atentamente al
seor Mario Preciado y seora,
quienes siguieron en das par
sados para Rochester, Mlnne-
sotta, por la va area.
Siguieron ayer para Lima, en
donde pasarn una temporada
el doctor Adolfo Arlas P. y
seora Cecilia E. de Arlas. Gra-
ta estada les deseamos'.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al seor Delfn
Qlver. y seora Shirley B. de
Glvez, por el advenimiento de
una nia, ocurrido en la Clni-
ca San Fernando.
Knfermo
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a 8. E. el Embajador de
Chile, seor Manuel Hidalgo
Plaza, quien sufre quebrantos
de salud en el Hospital Gor-
gas.

mate estudiaba cello y arte
dramtico. Cuando lancee a la
Compaa de Relnhardt, en
ISM, ya era uaa Joven nues-
tra.
Despus de haber trabajado
con David Lienlae en la peiieu-
la "Noche de Primavera sall
Para Europa donde se reuni
a| Ballet Ruase del Coronel De
Basil. El autoritario coronel le
cambi el nombre por el de
Nina Golevln. Sopert de ma-
la gana al nueve nombro, y
seis semanas despus ingres a
la Ballet Ras* de Monte Car-
ie, que diriga Rene Blam. A les
dlea y seis ados Nana Gollner
era prima ballerina de ana
compaa extranjera. Michel
Fefcklne cre aera eUa cuatro
ballets que Interpret con 1-
glevsky y Panieff eeme "part-
ners". Pero despus de su Jira
por Inglaterra, Europa conti-
nental y el Africa, regres a
su hogar soleado. Ya era hora
de tomar algn descanso. V que
descanse! Aprender a manejar
un avin. El trnsito del es-
pacio escnico al espacie fisleo:
de la "elevation" al vuelo .
n ao do lt marca au de-
cisin de trabajar con el Ballet
Theatre, el de IMS. su matri-
monio con Paul Petreff. en
Mxico. Lana de miel suramerl-
cana, en Jira eon la Compaa
del Coronel De Basil, durante
tres aos. Cinco aos despus
la pareja Gollner-Pctreff era
husped que actuaba en Ingla-
terra. En aquella temporada
bailaron la versin eemnleta
de "El lago de lea cianea". Y
despus han aparecido ante nu-
merosos pblicos como artistas
Invitados del Ballet Theatre.
En su extenso repertorio se
encuentran obras cerno Glse-
le, Helena de Troya, La Filie
Mal Garde y laa Tentones com-
pletas de Coppella, La Bella
Durmiente del Bosque y El La-
go de tos Cisnes. Su ms recien-
Mejorando
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seora Luisa C. de
Burgos, quien durante varios
das guard cama en su resi-
dencia.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Srta. Hortensia Alemn.
Joven Gonzalo Jimnez Quel-
quejeu.
Nia Ileana Rodaniche.
Sr. Pedro Tun H.
Nia Marlcel del Carmen Gar-
ca.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Srta. VUma Delvalle.
Srta. Marltza Van Hoorde
Van der Hans.
Lie. Jos Isaac FAbrega.
Sr. Mariano Sosa C.
Nia Beatriz Valds Escoffery.
Nio Guillermo St. Malo Arias,
Juegos de Cartea
U
Con motivo de celebrar hoy tu
cumpleaos la 3ra. Matilde >\
Basualdo, esposa del Cnsul de
(Paaaa la pgina columna S)
te creacin tuvo lugar en la
Metropolitan Opera House, en
un doble papel parlante y dan-
sante de "Die Fledermaua".
"Her legs are so beautiful
that they are nerve-racking".
As se expresaba un critico ha-
ce pocos aos, y Walter Terry,
del "New York Herald Tribune"
en su libro 'Invitation to Dance'
considera que Miss Gollner as
'"technically the most exciting",
.entre las interpretes de "Gise-
lle", obra que figura en el pro-
grama de maana.
Miss Ooiiner sonre casi ma-
liciosamente cuando el interlo-
cutor |e recuerda estas opinio-
nes y diec:
Naturalmente, todos los ar-
tistaa toentea le que dicen los
crticos. Los crticos desempe-
an una gran funcin social y
artstica caaado son honrados
consigo mismos y con el publi-
co. Especialmente cuando se tra-
ta de critica de ballet en la
cual se requiere una larga ex-
periencia. Hay que haber visto
mucho porque la dansa es un
arte exigente. Los crticos muy
Jvenes son como "les petlts
rata", encantadores e Ingenuos.
El porvenir del ballet?
Es tan Incierto, como la
marcha del mundo. El ballet es
una forma de cultura dice
Miss Gollner y no es posible
separarle de las formas que -
sume una sociedad en un lapso
determinado. Precisamente por
esto surgi el ballet abstracto.
El abstraccionismo existo tam-
bin en la pintura, en la es-
cultura y en la msica. Son
creaciones epocales qae duran
tanto cuanto dare la sociedad
que las nutre. En nuestra po-
ca de transicin, es natural que
se prolongue la gran tradicin
de la dansa clsica y que se
manifieste explcitamente la ca-
pacidad renovadora de los J-
venes coregrafos. La querella
entre antiguos y modernos aya-
da a discriminar el alcance de
ChAMBOnrCTil
fiunb VENH1
estn desempacando
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con bordados.
Tallas 32 a 38.
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(3.00 por persone. Nios
menores de 12 enos mitod de precio)
Bebida con Ronca Nacional* B0J5
ERWIH KENT Y SU ORQUESTA
Jeffrey Carkon, vocalista
HORA DI COCKTAIL: I p. sa, 1 os.
,
VITRINAS REFRIGERADAS
l-^innacle
e
Para CARNICERAS, RESTAURANTE^, CATES,
CREMERAS, TIENDAS de VVERES
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Hay una Vitrina Rerrigerada o u Refrigerador de Acceso Manual e do
Acceso Personal "Pinnacle" para cada necesidad. El modelo DEL-4S6 ilustrado
puede suministrarse de 484 o 48 pulgadas de alto para que sirva de mostrador
en lugares donde haya poco espacio. Exterior e interior de fuertes planchas de
acero revestidas de dos capas de esmalte porcelanaqae es may fcil de limpiar.
Ilustramos aqu el Modele DD-4g8 de S pies cbicos, vitrina de doble atl-
lldad. Equipada con serpertinas de 2 secciones de tiro hacia abajo para obtener
mejor circulacin de aire fro. Su exterior e Interior estn hechos con lamina
gruesa de acero, acabadas con doble capa de esmalte de porcelana. Su com-
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eon lus fluorescente.
Via Espaa 51 Telfono 3-3022




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Miscelneas
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
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AGENCIAS GLSALES. Via Eiaa- I
Ka. Il*i*nd* a Iran ranee. Tal. .
150 ________________________I
ESPECIALIDADES: Para fiestas, toda;,
co;* dulces, bocadillcs. cakes, etc. ,
y e VENDE LOTES
Pito Ricial minina i,100.00
Meniual 1.15.00
Lotes con Colla* y Acueducto1, df
la Ciudad desda B.1.00 al mevro.
Afilamos equipo pasado peto
movimiento de tierra.
Aqu-i*'nos lotes a largos plazos.
Club de lot. B.3.C0 y B.4.00
semanaias
SE VENDE
Automviles
GANGA! sa vende De Soto 51. 4
puertos. Informes* Joyara Lo-
Grutta, cali* 14 Oeste 52
SE VENDE: Panel Internationol
casi nuevo. Llamor al Tal. 2-2882
de 8 o. m. a 12 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamento*.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendiente, -consto de dos racima-
ras, solo, comedor, cocina, porch, i
y servicio. Situado en Carrasquilla, [
calle del T*atro Edn 102-A, Tal.'
2-3318. I
SE VENDE:Studeboker 1938 Sedan
4 puertos, llantas casi nuevos,
buen transporte. Casa 479-B, Co-
coli. Tel. 2-1971.
2913. SE VENDE:Por no poder atender
-------------------------------------------~] Kiosco con rento halogadora dia-
Sc VENDE:Piano vertical pequeo | rQ par(J nf0,m*s Tel. 3-2958.
propio para estudio en perfecta' ,.
condicin B.295.00. Otro marca MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene para la
Steinway en muy buenas condicio- l vento Acciones de la Cervecera.
nes, precio borato. Calla 41 Este -----------------------------
SE VENDE:Refresquena Griffs, si-
Ne. 31 Tel. 3-0672.
i VENDO lientos usadas. Muy buenas.
900 x 20. Tronsportes INTRA,
Hr** Gircnimo de la Ossa.
j*SE VENDE:Congelador, un gabi-
nete T precios de quema. Avenida
Cubo No. 58, bajos. Preguntar por
.Boitel de 5 p. m. o 7 p. m.
SE VENDE:Receptor R.M.E. 45 da
comunicaciones 25-60 ciclos, con gg VENDE: __
tocadiscos outomtico G. E. Caso r,|u o o.r,
479-B. Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.
tuada en calle Q No. 1 y lo Cen-
tral. Ocrrase a Foto Bennett. 181
Ave. Central.
SE VENDE:Lote esquino Ave. 2a.
y Calle II. Paitillo residencial, 877
M2. Facilidades pago y construc-
cin.
CENTRAL DE BIENES RAICES
Via Espaa No. 31 Tel. 3-4512
I
SE VENDE:Cuna Smmons. B.20.00.
t.-mque "Prestolite" nuevo. $15.00.1
7J-A, Colle 3 1-2 Nuevo Cristbal. I
SS VENDE:Corcho, compresor, con- !
cretero, refrigeradora grande. Todo;
e:n licencias paro llevar o Colom- |
bia. Urge oferto! Mueblera Coope-
rativa, Coln.
Propiedad esquina
Abaio. Consistente
Taller amplio carpintera con ma-
quinaria instalada, pi:o cemento,
paredes de bloques y techo zinc.
Tienda al final. Casa d* madera
sobre al mismo lote: 6 cuartos
obajo y 2 apartamentos arriba. To-
tal lote: Mis da 1000 M2. Renta
neta, B. 150.00. Posibilidad alqui-
ler taller, 150.00.
Totol B.300.00
CENTRAL DE BIENES RAICES
SE VENDE: Radio Consola RCA Via EspoQ Nc. 31 Tel. 3-4512
Victor con torc-dlccos de tres ve- ,
locidades. AGENCIAS DIAZ. Calle JE VENDE-
37 Nc.
6-A, T*
Tal. 3-1029.
CASA DE MADERA DE 48 CUAR-
TOS EN CALLE 26 OESTE No. 21
vial a y haga oferta.
SE VENDE:Comin Chevrolet mo-
delo estaca, 1941, an muy buenas
condiciones, valo Avenida A, 117.
SE VENDE: Ford 1946 Sedan 4
puertas, Ford 1947 Sedan 4 puer-
tas, Ford 1948 Sedan 4 puertas.
Lime Estocin de Servicio SAS.
Tal. 3-0035, Ponomi.
SE VENDE:Buick Super Convertible
Dynoflow, 1949. Motor, llantas,
pintura, tapicera y capota en
excelentes condiciones. Precio de
ocasin, $1,300.00. Informes en
Almacn "La Mueca" Avenida
Central 79-A.
CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE 1949
Condicin iasuperable, caler
iul clare, lapicera it cuera, ra-
die, llantas blancas, ate. frecia
B2.950.00. Facilidad d ><
acapta carra usad*. Vala A-
nrxcias Pan-Americanas S. A. T-
lfene 2-0826 At*-te da la*
carra* Chrysler y Plymouth.
SE ALQUILA
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento de dos
recamaros, salo comedor y cocln.
A familia pequea y responsable.
Ocurra Via Espaa 106, frente ga- ;
rita polica.
SE ALQUILA;Apartamento en San
Francisco, casa de madera, planta
baja, B.35.00. Telefono 3-2127.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento salo,
comedor, uno recmaro, garage.
Calle 46 No. 27. Infrmese Apto.
_8.___________.______ ______,
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cimoros, garage, balcones. Colle
39 No. 2.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos
de una recimara, sala-comedor, de
esquina, en Calle primera No, 9.
Tel. 2-1602.
MISCELNEA
----------------------------------------,__-1
Se ponen forrros nuevos o los catres
de compaa. Avenido B, 73.
Perforo pozos artesianos. Para mayor,
nformocin 3-0931, Charlas J. I
Hilbert.
Cuartos
SE VENDE:Albums de msica cli-
' s;ca bcrotos. en discos Standard.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, calle 37 6- Coro chica en Calle 14 Oeste, pinta-
A. do, lista pora ocupar. B.3.000.00.
Pago inicial B.2.000.00, el saldo
en buena Hipoteca sin inters y
sm plazo.
No necesita ser calvo, la calda del
' pelo se curo pronto v seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hoce crecer el cabello Qui- Chalet Gronde de tres recamaras, sa-
nar se vende en todos los buenas
farmacias.
E5 VENDE:Todo la maquinaria de
taller de ebonistera aproximado-
mente 18 maquinas, todos con su
motor elictrico a precio de gongo.
> Informacin: Aaenciai Thames
Bi*n*l aie*t. Avaniaa Cantral
Na. 25. Tal. J-1069, Apart.
1404.
PERDIDO
la cernedor espaciosa, 2 servicios
sanitarios completos, garage, te-
rraza de hobby en barrio exclusivo,
va'or B, 13.000.00. Pago inicial
B 5.000.00, el saldo a 20 aos
plazo.
Chalet de dos recamaros, sala, co-
| mador, cocina, servicio moderno.
garage, ardin. valor B.6,500.00
pago iniciol 9 3.000.00. Saldo en
pequeas mensualidades.
! Coln chica con bastante terreno en
' e' Club X, en esquino, valor B.3,-
I 500.00.
SE ALQUILA:Recimara amoblada,
con cocino y balcn, perfectamen-
te independiente. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: -r- Cuarto amoblado
amplio, entrada independiente, per-
sona responsable. Colla Doren
No. 5. Apto. 4. Telfono 2-3189.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente
frente al mar. con sin muebles,
telifono 2-2511.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para perso-
nas de buenas costumbres. Calle
5a. No. 36 (altse.
En Avenida B, 73, (Agencia) eon-
s p-e empleadas para ervicio do- !
msticos. Telifono 2-1535.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblodos.
frescos, con balcn, pora hombres
solamente. Calle Colombio No. 8,
apartamento 5. Tel. 3-0338.
ATENCIN! Resuelva sus prob'e-
mns espirituales escuchando EL
MENSAJERO BAUTISTA todos los
sbados O las 7.30'p.m. en lo
Radioemisora "La Voz del Istmo".
760 K
SE LE HA PERDIDO A UD7
Un DIARIO manuscrito de una do-
mo, que fue olvidodo en los Estudios
de la Red Panamericana. Se suplica
a la propietaria del mismo se sirvo
posar por nuestras oficinas, en horas
I laborable*, donde I* sari devuelta-
previo identlficocin personal por ser
. un documento de ndole privado y
(tratar de asuntos ntimos.
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
SE ALQUILA
Miscelneas
PERDICO: Perro "Boxer" mocho,
?2'r3 'cdena- Grotificoein. Cqsji rfe mjdefa >n
W- 3"2671 con frente en la
SE NECESITA
Domstieos
SC NECESITA:Uno sirvienta com-
petente que duerma en coso. Muy
buen sueldo. Avenido Federico
Boyd No. 31 obojo.
Pueblo Nuevo,
carretero, valor
BET NECESITA:Cocinera que duerma
' en el empleo. Calle la. o. 13.
SE NECESITAEmpleada responsa-
ble para oficios generales y duer-
ma en caso Colle la. Perejil No.
20, Apto. 12.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera para mo-
trimonio omericano, no debe dor-
mir en empleo Calle 50 E 49 bo-
* os.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinero con
referencias. Que viva en casa. Calle
' 31. Este No. 38.
SC NECESITA:Cocinera. Calle 34
No. 17.
SE NECESITA-Buena cocinera, no
t-eoe que dermir en el empleo. O-
crrase a lo Ave Manuel Icozo
Na. 26, Compo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Empleado de 35 a
45 aos, mu/ sena, trobojodoro y
honrado, para oficios domsticos,
invenida Per No. 9, Apto. 2-B,
da 3 a 5.30 p. m.
S NECESITA:Empleada poro ser-
vicio de coso, ru.dor nio. Ale-
jandro Toussieh, colie 44, 37.
Apto. E.
I SE ALQUILA-
Locales
SE ALQUIL.*:Locol para oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
JE ALQUILA: Local comercial en
colle 13 Oeste, cosa 69. Infrme-
I t* segundo piso olto. Tal. 2-0051.
B.3.500.00. pago Iniciol. B.2.-
500.00. Soldo en bueno hipoteca.
Chalet de una recimara, sala, come-
dor, servicios, garage, amplio te-
rreno, en Avenida 5o. Son Fran-
cisco 635 Mts. Valor B.6,500.00.
Pogo iniciol, B.2.100.00 saldo en
hipoteca.
Cholet de dos recimoras, sala, co-
medor, cocino, garage, en esquina
Avenida 5o. San Francisco. Va-
I lor B. 10.000.00, pago inicial B.
4.000.00.
Caso de concreto, esquina Avenida
A y calle novena frente plaza de
Herrera, buena renta, volor B.
17,000.00.
Lotes sumamente boratos, en El Cho-
rrillo, Via Espaa. Son Francisco.
1 El Carmen, Visto Hermosa, El In-
genio, Club X. Pueblo Nuevo, Co-
rrosquilla. Rio Abajo. Parque Le-
feyre. El Siti! Juan Daz. Carre-
tero Transistmica, Las Cumbres,
todos a precio de sacrificio.
Prstamos hipotecarlos.
Seguros de todas clases.
Agencias Thomas-Bienes Raices.
Ave. Central No. 259. oport. 3404,
Tel. 3-1069.
SE NECESITA
General
SE VENDE:Bote de trabajo Diesel
50 pies. 30 toneladas, 113 H. P.
Motor buenas condiciones. La me-
jor oferta lo recibir. Lime Poul
Parker, Gamboa 6-322.
PERSONALES
Urgente! Se ruega pasar por El Tr-
bol, Central 70 los que tienen ar-
tculos abonados.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Refrigerodora de kero-
sn de 6 pies cbicos en B. 130.00.
En la calle 18 Oeste No. 5.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto fri paro refri-
geracin carnes, legumbres, etc F-
brica Hielo Estrioeout. Calle H No.
18. Telfono 2-2946.___________,
SE ALQUILA
________(JW________
SE ALQUILA:'Amplio cosa r*'d>n-
col. en lugar cntrico de la Ex-
posicin con o sin muebles. Dos
pisos, tres recimoras. oficina, so-
- lo. comedor y tres porches, etc.
Llamor pora informes ol 3-3241
o al 3-3497.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recmoros
y amolios comodidodes. Calle 43
No. 25.
SE VENDE:Meso comedor caoba,
combinacin vitrina y buffet de
caoba chino. Caso 374-B, Colle
2o. Nuevo Cristbal, Tel. 3-1469.
SE VENDE-Estufo de gas cuotro
quemadores, perfectas condicio-
nes uso. Pobl Arosemena No. 4,
oportomenfo 6.
SE COMPRA
SE ALQUILA:Chalet, moderno en
Club X,. precio razonable, tres re-
' cmaras, ola, comedor, jardn,
porch. Tel. 2-1851.____________
SE ALQUILA:Amplia cosa residen-
cial en' los Altos del Golf con 4
recmaras. 3 porches. jardines,
sala comedor, etc. Para informes
llamar ol 3-3241 o 3-3497 en
horas de oficina.
SE NECESITA:Cejara de buen* pre-
sencie. Cantina "Chica", Calla i
Na. IS. Buen suelde.
SE NECESITAN:Alternadoras. Di-
rjase al Club Zomby. telifono 2-
0135 en Calle Carlos A. Mendo-
zo No. 65.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para lo
cocino, con, experiencia, cantino
Ponomi Canal, calle "J" No. 13.
Pona mi.
SE COMPRACOPRA de produccin
nacional exelusivemml* en cual-
quier cantidad de B.200.00 la to-
nelada de 2.000 libros netas, bien
limpio y seco, puesto v pesado *n
nustro planto de la ciudad de pa-
nam. CA. PANAMEA DE ACEI-
TE, S.A. Anartodo 1910 Panami,
Tel 3-1371
SE COMPRA:SEBO FRITO: De-
rretido' de cimero calidad o
B.0.16 la libra neta, en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en la ciudod
da Ponomi. Se advierte que *e re-
chazar todo sebo de procedencio
extranjera o todo sebo naconol aue
hoyo sido mezclado con sebo ex-
tranjero. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S.'.. Corretero del Aero-
puerto. Tel. 3-1371.
AV I SO
Para los efectos legales, se
avisa que por Escritura P-
blica No.. 1065 de 18 de Junio
de 1951. otorgada en la No-
tara Tercera del Circuito,
el seor "'orberto Zurita me
vendi el establecimiento-
comercial de abarroteria y-
refresquciia de su propiedad
denominado "LA UNIVER-
SAL", situada en Calle 19
Oeste, casa IS de esta ciu-
dad.
Panama. Junio 26 de 1961.
Berta Zorita de Franc eschi.
ALQUILA:Locol muy amplio de
400 metros cuodrodos, propio pa-
ra taller, depsito o garage Para
informes llame al telfono 3-1 147.
Z ALQUILALocal en Calle 3o. No.
15. Ocurre ol misrro lugar o Home
al telifono 3-1147.
SE ALQUILALocal chico para cual-
quier negocio, menos oberrotena
hi* refresquen'*. Calle Blocas del To-
, i re, ChorriUo No. 4. Ocurra donde
al dueo.
SE NECESITA:Muchocho que ten-
ga experiencia en trabojo de aba-
rrotara y tamben uno muchacha
con experienno en el trabajo de
refresouerio. Lo Corona, Via Espa-
a 45.
SE NECESITASecretoria mecan-
grofa en espaol e ingls. Escriba
al seor P. M Apartado 134, Pa-
nam. Indtspensoble escribir rip-
elo y tomar dictado en ambos idio-
mas. Indique educacin, experien-
cia, palabras por minuto, edad,
referencias sueld-. que desea.
ALQUILA:Los bajos casa No. '
50 calle 13 Oeste, ltimamente I
ocupados por Cantina Peto Pa- 1
namanel, todp liste para obrir otra
cantina, tambin opropiado para
re'rebquero. tienda, almacn, o
^^fedKto. Miguel Hue. telefono 3-
45.
-. a
SE NECESITA: Jvenes de ombos
sexos con experiencia en ventas.
Se ofrecen magnficas oportunida-
des y se requiere buena presencia.
El guila Imperial Ca. de Segu-
ros de Vida. S. A. Ave. Central
39, el ria 403 4C4. De 8 a.
m. e 9 o. m. so'omente.
ESPECIAL
STUDEBAKER, Champion
De Laxe 19M con Radio,
Seat-cevera plstico* Co-
lor negro en muy bonitas
condiciones, luce como nue-
vo. 1.29* millas corridas so-
lamente. Cmprelo Ud. per
solo B/1.SM.N. Facilidades
de Page.
CIVA, S. A.
Cadillac Pontiac 7 GMC
Ave. J*e franela 4* la Oaa* Na 14
TaL 7-H7I riuni
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, pudien-
do el apoderado representar-
me para los efectos oficiales,
privados, comerciales y ban-
carlos. 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.
Race* Saina
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FACILIDADES DE FAGO!
CIVA, S. A.
Asante* **
Cadillac Pontiac y GMC
Ave. J**a Francbr* a* I* Oaa* Na. 14
TaL z-aiT*Panaaa.
La Sinfnica dar
concierto hoy en
la Universidad
La Orquesta Sinfnica Nacio-
nal, dirigida por el profesor
Walter Myers, ofrecer a la U-
nlversldad de Panam hoy a
las 8 p.m. un concierto con el
siguiente programa:
I Obertura "Corollano"
Beethoven.
II Suite ''Escenas caucsicas.
Ipolltow-Iwanow.
a) En el Paseo de las Mon-
taas
b> En la Aldea
c) En la Mezquita
d) Procesin del Bardar
III Sinfona "Italiana"
Mendelsoobn.
a) Allegro Vivace
b) Andante con moto
c) Con moto moderato
d) 8altercelIo-Presto
Como parte de este programa
en los intermedios reclbitara el
seor Alan Corosade. declama-
dor mexicano.
OA SOCIAL
la Repblica Argentina en nues-
tro pas, ofrecer en su residen-
cia un juego de cartas al que
concurrir un grupo de sus a-
mistados.
Felicitamos y deseamos un
tin nmero de dichas a la iii>-
tinguada seora.
Angelitos
Las nias que vayan en la
procesin vestidas de angelitos,!
tienen que observar las siguien-
tes determinaciones de la Co-
misin Organizadora:
1.A las 3:30 p.m.8e reuni-
rn en el Calle 2a. al este del
Teatro Nacional.
2.Durante la Procesin Irn
en el sitio que se les seale.
3.Las nlltas que no puedan
caminar durante el recorrido o
tengan que Ir acompaadas de
sus familiares, no sern admi-
tidas.
4.Nadie pretenda colocar a
' su angelito en la carroza ya
que estn ocupados los puestos
para el efecto.
5.Sepan que hay personas
rncargadr.3 de su completa or-
ganl'acin.
La Comisin Organizadora.
REMITIDO
MEMORANDUM
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DI REMATE
K! interno Secretarlo Hel Jmrmlo
Trmero del Circuito d* Panam, en fun-
cione de Alguacil KjV<*iitnr, al pblico.-
HACK SABER:
Que en el juicio ejecutivo que U
Union Oil Company of California ade-
lanta contra Joa4 Alfaro Morera. ie ha
eAalado las horaf lexales del uta dlei
y nueve de jallo prximo venturo, para
que tenca lucar n esta tribunal, me-
diante lo "tramiten 7*1 ceno, la venta
la, en pblica aiibaMa del aimilente bien:
"Carro automvil "eWva.', Ford",
modelo 19.19, enn motor No. I&-4.1*.
7 placa No. 74.B*. avaluado par loa
peritos, despula de examinarla dete-
nidamente, en la auma de aatro-
rlentoe cincuenta balhoaa (t.c -
00). A eae veafculo le faltan loa ai-
ruientei diapoeitivoa: K>tro da aire.
tubo de eacape. tapa de radiador,
brocha de limpiar para-briaa, loa
vidrna de doa ventanee, la lu del
letrero, las cuatro copaa. Tiene rea-
tado por e1 xido el estribo derecho
y tiene cuatro neumtlcoe, doa en
buen estado r do* en rearolar catado."
Servir de haaa para el remate la au-
na de ruatrocentua cincuenta haltmaa
(H.1*'\" no cubra laa doa terceras partea rf eaa
Suma.
Tara habilitarse como postor se re-
queira consipnar previamente en el des-
pacho el rinco por ciento de dicha suma.
Hasta las cuatro de la tarde ae oirn
laa propuestaa que ae hagan y desde
eaa hora ha-ta laa cinco de la tardr. laa
pujaa y rapujas y ae adjudicarn loa
bit-nca en remata al mejor postor
Por tanto, ae fija el preaente aviso en
luaTar publico de cata Secretaria, hoy
velntialete de Junio de mil novecientos
cincuenta y < \
El Secretario. Ahruacfl Ejecutor.
RAUL GMO. LOPEZ G.
Fs corta
Panam. 2* de Junio de 1951.
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IDEAS SOBRE EL MEJORAMIENTO DE LA AVIACIN NACION
Panam, 23 de Junio de 1951.
Su Excelencia
Seor Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia.
lo.H Gobierno debe depender ms de la iniciativa del in-
versionista e interesado en aviacin para el desarrollo de la avia
cin, estimulando esta iniciativa removiendo restricciones y re-
glamentaciones innecesarias que lo que hacen es sofocar los de-
seos de expansin e inversin en este campo.
2o.Eliminar la necesidad del subsidio directo por parte del
Gobierno Nacional, ayudando a la dbil economa de estas empresas
con eliminacin de restricciones y gastos adicionales de impuestas
arancelarios, consulares, etc., y rebajando la tasa, actualmente
cobrada por el uso de espacio en los hangares nacionales, la cual
es excesivamente alta. El cobro de derechos de aterrizaje en ae-
ropuertos campos nacionales e internacionales debe ser comple-
tamente eliminado para aeronaves con registro panameo, y para
aeronaves extranjeras de uso particular.
3o.Asegurar a los diferentes empleados que hacen de la a-
vlacin su profesin y a las empresas areas dedicadas a este ne-
gocio que no van a estar sujetas a los caprichos de un solo hom-
bre, a interferencias polticas e a regulaciones que se cambian
constantemente de acuerdo con el capricho de tal o cual inspector
o director de aviacin, de manera que sus trabajos estn estabili-
zados. Para esto, es absolutamente necesario la estandarizacin
de procedimientos para exmenes de pilotos v para inspeccin de
aviones y de las facilidades de mantenimiento y las relaciones
contractuales entre el Gobierno Nacional v las empresas de avia-
cin, de manera que se eliminen discriminaciones y favoritismos
existentes. Seria lo ms prctico adoptar como base para la re-
glamentacin de la aviacin las diferentes disposiciones temadas
despus de muy cuidadoso estudio por la Comisin Internacional
de Aviacin Civil, con aquellas modificaciones que se consideren
necesarias por la Comisin de Aviacin Nacional.
4o.Reorganizar la Comisin Nacional de Aviacin de mane-
ra que est compuesta por individuos verdaderamente familiari-
zados con los problemas de la aviacin nacional, v asar sus servi-
cios ms extensamente. Darle representacin (sin voto) en la
Comisin a los representantes de las diferentes empresas de avia-
cin nacional. Esta comisin debe actuar, no slo en capacidad
consultiva, sino tambin con autoridad para resolver los diferen-
tes problemas que se presentan.
5o.Controlar a los oficiales de aviacin v evitar que parti-
cipen en negocios relacionados con la aviacin durante el tiempo
que duren sus cargos. ,
6o.Establecer un sistema similar al judicial para ventilar
quejas y acusaciones contra empresas areas y pilotos, etc., cuyas
decisiones sean apelable a las autoridades judiciales competentes.
De esta manera se eliminarn las injusticias existentes, debido a
que el Inspector o el Director de Aviacin se constituye en Juez v
Ejecutor de sentencia, adems de ser parte interesada.
7o.Tratar de atraer de nuevo al enorme grupo de aficionados
e interesados en aviacin dentro de la Zona del Canal, quienev
antes venan a Panam, pero debido a una poltica obstaculizado
de parte de algunos de nuestros directores pasados, han sido a-
partados de nuestras tierras. Estos individuos estn deseosos de
ayudarnos econmica y tcnicamente a desarrollar la aviacin
nacional, siempre y cuando que sa les d garanta de que no van
a ser tratados en una forma arbitraria e injusta. Con respect.
a esto se podra considerar la posibilidad de nombrar a un ciuda-
dano norteamericano como miembro de la Comisin Nacional de
Aviacin sin derecho a voto.
NOTA:El Ministro Ordez ha tenido la buena idea de In-
vitar al seor Larum, de la Embajada americana a las reuniones
de la Comisin, y esto me parece una prctica laudable y que debe
continuarse. ,,
8o.Iniciar una campana para Instigar a los alcaldes v go-
bernadores a que en conjunto con los ciudadanos de nuestro In-
terior y con una ayuda del Gobierno Nacional cooperen a la con*
truc cin y mantenimiento de campos de aterrizaje (en muenoa
casos es solamente necesario limpiar el campo, va que hay rrau
nmero de campos naturales). De esta manera y a un costo muy
reducido, se podran habilitar para el transito de aviones liviano
ms de 300 campos en el interior de la Repblica, lo cual estimu-
lara el trnsito de pasajeros y de carga aerea y de esta manera
se beneficiara enormemente a nuestros campesinos, quienes vi-
ven, como es bien sabido, en un aislamiento completo por faj*
de caminos adecuados. Adems esto desarrollara enormemen.
la aviacin nacional y constituira un importante factor en la se-
guridad interna y externa del pas, ya que ana flota consideraba,
de aviones livianos bien servida v piloteada por mecnicos, y pilo-
to nacionales sera una poderosa ayuda a la defensa nacional en
caso de una emergencia. _____
q 9o.Modificar las regulaciones existentes de manera qu0
cualquier avin con registro panameo, sin consideracinide
tamao o tipo de equipo pueda volar Colen ^f*^"0]"0^
Na. 2 da Mayo 31 de 1950, del Departamento de AviMWn del JSU^
riiteri. de Gobierno). Nuestro Gobierno debe ^oentas. entrar
en negociaciones con el Gobierno,de los Estados VnUonvun o*
tener un Corredor Areo paralcin igual que e1 corredor '***-
te desde hace muchos w.para el crM de U Zona del cana
por ei Pacifico. El establecimiento de este corredor aereo para
Coln ayudara enormemente a la economa de esa <'>/
ahora es imposible viajar por aire, digamos de Santiago de Vera-
guas a Coln, de San Blas a Coln, etc., por las S*lwlones exis-
tentes que limitan el trnsito areo a la ciudad de Colon .innece-
sariamenU en ne|ociaclonM Con pases veci-
nos par. eumTnar la. regulaciones existentes que son dan-Jada
incmodas y complicadas, de manera que se estimule el transit*
entre nuestros pases. pEREZ venebo.
ce
"Los Comunistas
go. Record el hecho de que
el 19 de Jnx'fl fue Invitado rx>"
el Presidente a presenciar la
firma de la nueva Je>' de reclu-
tamiento que establece los pa-
sos para el entrenamiento mi-
litar universal. Cocke dice que
el incidente. de la cancelacin
de su cita no fue mencionado
en la conversacin que sostu-
vo con el Presidente despus de
la ceremonia de la firma de
la nueva ley.
El Comandante Coclce Jr., de-
clar: Tenis una posicin en-
vidiable en el mundo aunque
peligrosa porque de ustedes de-
pende la vWa de las naciones
libres. De ustedes y de su Ca-
nal depende el futuro del de-
recho del hombre a pensar li-
bremente, a votar libremente, a
venerar libremente y a vivir li-
bremente. Si el Canal de Pana-
m es saboteado, el hombre li-
bre del mundo ser saboteado
y todava Dios, en su sabidu-
ra infinita ha juzgado conve-
niente colocar el mas Impor-
tante desloa canales en uno
de los pases ms pequeos del
mundo: esto es para m la ver-
dadera manifestacin de que el
derecho es el amo del poder .
Ser revisado el
ce miembro.
El "Cdigo Bustamante" iu?
aprobado en el ao de 19S3, tn
ia VI conferencia Panamerica-
na oue se celebr en la ciuda<
VERDADERA
OPORTUNIDAD
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damos garanta de carro nue-
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- en -
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Afrataa Sa
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Av*. Ja* rrmrUca ae la Oa **.
Tal. 1-4H7*Paaami.
Na. 14
tic a Habana, y ha regido d:<-
dc entonces, las relaciones in-
ternacionales de derecho priva-
Jo en casi todo el continent-.
Este Cdigo lleva el nomUra
del doctor Antonio Sanche*
de Bustamante y Slrfen, en-
ltente intemacionalista cubano,
Cien fu el proponente del re-
ciido cdigo.
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de 4 y 6 cilindros
* La ma econmica,
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i
ca. cyrnos,
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O
Maana se renen j
bachilleres del 42
Maana sbado a la 1 p.m sa
reunirn los Bachilleres del 42
el Instituto Nacional en el
Jaidn El Rancho con el objeto
t'.e tratar de asuntos de suma
importancia para los mismos.
La graduacin del 42 tomar
decisiones de importancia por
io cual se encarece puntual a-
slslencla.
e


FIERNES. JUNIO M, 1M1
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETR-,
Una Jornada De Atractivos Partidos
Tiene Para Hoy El Basketball Menor
Mioso Est De Nuevo
Como El Primer Bateador
NUEVA YORK, Junto 29 (UP).Orestes Mioso vol-
vi al primer locar de la Liga Americana como lder en
el bate, con un promedio de .361, hasta el di de ayer.
Asimismo recupero el segundo puesto como anota -
der de carreras en ambas litas al aumentar a 59 carre-
ras el nmero de anotadas. Ted Williams, de les Medias
Rojas, ocupa el primer lujar eon S3 carreras.
La actuacin de los Trotamundos en Coln
no result tan lucida como se esperaba
COLON. Junio 29 (B.Q.)
Con gran entusiasmo debut*, en
en esta ciudad los lamosos ca-.
nasteros Trotamundos de Har-
iem y Seleccin norteamelciina
triunfando los primeros por 64
a 47
Con todo el espectculo no re-
sult todo lo lucido que se espe-
taba, debido posiblemente a "'e
los mencionados equipos tuvie-
lon que ofrecer tres presenta-
ciones ese misino dia a las Fu-t
zas militares de los Estados fc-
nldos acantonadas en la Zo.ia
del Canal, en diiercnti-s u :-
nasios de los fuertes militares.
Este hecho contrasta con la
promesa de la Federacin de o-
frccer una exhibicin especial
a los estudiantes la cual no N
efectu.
Sin embargo se apreci la ci-
ta calidad de basketball que jue
tan tanto los Trotamundos Ju-
mo los Seleccionados, asi con-o
las habilidades y dominio que
B/OWBDA
conWWWOS
demostraron los morenos con el
caln. Tambin agradaron mo-
cho los actos' musicales y -le
nalabarlsmo.
El- partido se dedic al or
Alcalde del Distrito, Don Jo*
D. Basan, quien lanz la pri-
mera bola.
En el partido preliminar ju-
garon los equipos Daar de la
ciudad capital y Malta Vigor de
esta localidad, triunfando con
gran dominio las capitalinas per
37 a 34, debindose el score a
las oportunidades que dieion
las panameas, ya que la pri-
mera mitad habia finalizado
26 a 13.
Y con ratn, porque no hay dent-
frico que combata tanto las dolo-
rotas cario* como Kolynos. La
Crema Dental Kolynos elimina
los cidos que causan las carie,
destruyendo las bacterias que lo
producen. Y Kolynos hace los
dientes ms brillante ... y la
sonrisa ms dulce! Compre
Kolynos y lselo diariamente!
kolynos ssr
Rinda ms
Social Deportiva
Hasta La Habana, Cuba en-
viamos nuestras sinceras feli-
citaciones al destacado y cono-
cido jugador panameo de ft-
bol, Pedro Arosemena, por su
cumpleaos que celebra hoy.
"Empanada" Arosemena est
actuando con el Juventud Astu-
riana en la posicin de guar-
dameta y es una de las figu-
ras de relieve en el balompi
cubano.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
La Federacin Nacional de
Basketball se ha llenado de glo-
ria, al presentar en Panam a
los famosos canasteros "Trota-
mundos de Harlem." Aunque es-
ta ha sido la nica labor desa-
rrollada por esta entidad du-
rante este ao vale la pena
manifestar que ha sido muy
interesante y que los miles de
fanticos que asistieron a pre-
senciar los juegos de la serle
saben agradecer. Un miembro de
esa agrupacin nos manifest
"me siento satisfecho con el
xito de la serle" pero creo que
ya para mi ha terminado todo
esto, he dejado en la Federa-
cin dinero suficiente para que
puedan laborar. Ojal no se de-
rrumbe esta Federacin con los
reales que le ha entrado, por-
que por regla general casi siem-
pre las cosas suceden asi. Que
recuerden perfectamente que te-
nemos con el basketball dos im-
portantes compromisos: En Sept.
el Campeonato Centroamericano
en Guatemala y los Juegos Bo-
livarianos en Venezuela en Dlc.
Fuerte 15 Rebeldes
Centenario- Barcelona
y Soderot Madurito
Los tres partidos de esta
noche en el Gimnasio
El Lord Chester na protesta-
do el juego en el cual perdi
su invicto con el Mauricio ale-
gando que el anotador oficial
dej de registrar una canasta.
"Los anotadores oficiales" son
los que estn en la mesa de
juego y la nica decisin de
valor es la de ellos. Saben uste-
des qu jugador falt ese dia...
Nando Tom!
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana: la. Ml-
guellto... por su anterior debe
repetir... Bfalo... llegar tar-
de; 2a. Stella... ojo, la baja-
ron ... Protn... su anterior la
perdi por jinete y con ste?
3o. Don PlUn... con el Ingenle-
ESTAOO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de Segunda Categora
Circuito Masculino
Provincia de Panam
Grupo
GRINGC DE LA GUARDIA
G P Pts
Fuersa y Lu 4 l.Ooe
ptica Sosa .. S 1.M6
Transstmlca ..3 6 l.eW
Pelimex......2 1 .67
Ciela Gonxlex .... 2 2 .50*
Dept. Pern .... i 2 .too
Rebeldes......t 2 .MI
Orion........ 3 .000
Fuerte 13 .... 3
Grupo
"CHE VILLALOBOS"
G P Pts.
C. Eleta......4 6 1.000
Centenario .... 2 0 1.000
A. Barcelona ..2 1 .667
Pepsi Cola .... 2 1 .667
Bam Jr.........1 1 .506
P. Lefevre .... 1 2 .333
Rodela*...... 2 .000
Panamericana '..>' .006
Madurito ....... 4 .000
Lo ms rico en harinas!
i
Por su delicada textura y rico sabor ee
insuperable para toda repostera.
Compre un paquete y- pruebe las sabro-
sa* recetas que trae.
PARA MAYOR GARANTA
EN LA REPOSTERA
Tr*$ centros de inferes para Ud.:
LIMA SANTIAGO BUENOS AIRES
{en un vuelol
lmente PAN ACRA p.edt
frectrle tries les fe!
J aejer servicie serte
Servicio diario lujoso y velo El
nter Americano, entre Buenos Airas y
E. UU., por 1 mu tren del Pad-
fleo. Y do vece por emana, esto
poderosa DC-S, brindan al viajero un
atra de lujo y confort: El Pieita
Lounge de El nter Americano.
Vuelo directo Rio mediante co-
nexione con Panair do Braail en Lima
V AHORA 3 voces por .ema-
no II Espoeiol Ciato Turista -
Vuelo econmico en (randea DC-4
son eleccin de ruta a Bueno Aire:
(1) via La Pas. (I) via Santiago, y con
rbejas!
O
Por BETO TEJADA
La justa de segunda catego-
ra de basketball prosigue esta
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
con tres importantes juegos,
que sern protagonizados por
los quintetos:
Pepsi Cola vs. Madurito
6:55 p-m.
Fuerte 15 vs. Rebeldes
8:H p.m.
Centenario vs. Barcelona
9:00 p.m.
En el palmer choque los So-
deros lucharon por mantener
su opcin a la rueda final,
mientras que sus contrarios tra-
tan de entrar en la columna de
ganadores. En el segundo par-
tido los competidores se esfor-
zarn por lograi su primer
triunfo, en esta temporada.
En el ltimo choque de la
noche el Centenario pone en
juego su calidad de invicto, te1
nlendo como rivales al Barce-
lona que trata de colocarse s-
lo en el segundo sitio. Ambos
competidores tienen muchas po-
sibilidades de Ir a la serle fi-
nal, sobre todo el que salga
triunfador en este encuentro.
Soto y Cardales sern los ar-
bitros, Velarde el anotador y
Rivera el cronometrista.
ro se impone... Mandinga...
enemiga de cuidado; 4a. Betn
e i se Impondr fcil... Frutal
.. .se conformar con el place;
5a. Interlude... sin In Time ga-
na... Cobrador (e) enemigos
de sumo cuidado; 6a. Rose Hip
...a pesar de la para gana...
Paragon... le har falta Con-
treras; 7a. Welsh Fox... de-
mostrar su clase... Avenue
Road... correr muy duro; 8a.
Apretador... lo apretarn des-
de temprano... Celaje II.. se
conforma con el place; 9a, An-
teced... antes s pero ahora no
creo... Dark Delite... mucho
ojo con este; 10a. Ria Roy...
la segunda que ganar al hilo
...Singapore... para place va-
le la pena.
Siguen Con Todo xito Los
Semi-Finales Del Torneo De
Golf De La TAA' En Gamboa
Buddy Hammond y Charlie McMurray se enfrenta-
rn en un reido juego. Corsale y Galindo
jugarn un golf de primera
Los semifinales de golf en el
lomeo de la Pan American Air-
ways que se celebrarn ste ln
de semana en Oamboa darn
muchas sorpresas.
El Juego entre Buddy Ham-
mond y Charlie MacMurray
puede ser tan reido como el
que jugaron Buddy y Johnny
MacMurray la semana pasao...
Buddy est Jugando un golf de
primera y no le deja nada al
aaar cuando Juega con los he.-
nanos MacMurray. Hammond
est practicando todos los diaj
en un esfuerzo para mantea :r
la ventaja que le puede dar la
victoria final en el torneo.
Por otro lado, los MacMurray
no pueden ser descartados has-
ta que no estn completamen-
te derrotados. Charlie ha sido
estimulado i tal grado que es-
ii jugando con tal determina-
cin y vigor que muchas perso-
nas consideran que puede jugar
a misma clase de golf que su
hermano Jonnny. Asi que no se
ciean que Charlie va a ser p.e-
sa fcil de Hammond.
El segundo juego, entre Al
Oorsale y A. Galindo merece tan
ta atencin como el evento
Hammond-MacMurray. C o rsale
ogro una anotacin a par de
"2 contra cada uno de sus opo-
nentes en sus tres ltimos uc-
eas, Aunque las anotaciones de
alindo para los 18 hoyos oe
juego en sus encuentros, sus a-
nolaciones han sido lo suficien-
temente decisivas para demuv-
iiar que no se ha desplegado a
capacidad-
En los otros encuentros tene-
mos a Spain contra Hochsiei-
ler; G. Galindo contra Bill Lc-
brun; Durham contra Wright;
P. Rilcy contra Worley y Mur-
land contra Boram.
/ila O! laacao lardln
de la Perricholl.
Roolics ahora sil viaje inolvidable. Una nueva
tarifa especial. muy rebajada, le permitir a Ud. visi-
tar Luna, lo de Janeiro, Montevideo, Bueno Airas,
antiogo de Chile, La Pas y Lisaa -o VKeveraa-
cob osa diferencia paqueas y a vece in diferencia
alguna, sobra las tarifas nrmalas (ida y vuelta)
cualquiera de esos puntos. .Pido mes detallI
PANACRA
a*j AMsew.eua amwats
Contul o su agente alo viajas o en tas
Oficina do Panaajra en Panam: Panama A gene lei Co,
Si usted pudiera
escoger las hojas
de su t
Tender
Leaf
TEA)
... usted eligira las ms
tiernas, porque estas son
las hojas que dan el t
da los que conocen...
Otros han hecho para us-
ted esta minuciosa selec-
cin. Pida en las buenas
tiendas "Tender Leaf.
Quiere decir "Holas Tier-
nas" Se vende en paque-
te o bolsitas filtrantes.
."" stBesfl
w\idos retine
Maana Se Inicia El Torneo
Juvenil De Golf Para Menores
De 18 Aos En El Golf Club
Seis lecciones de golf dar Charlie MacMurray al
que termine de ltimo en el torneo
El Tercer Campeonato Juvenil
de Golr se celebrar en el Club
de Golf de Panam maana s-
bado Junio 30 a las 8 de la mu-
nana.
El torneo est abierto a tocios
los Jvenes menores de 18 aos
que sean miembros o hijos de
miembros de la Asociacin de
Golf de Panam.
A los ganadores del primero,
segundo y tercer lugar se le cu-
li cgarn premios y medallas y
varios premios ms sern dona-
dos por el seor Paul Moin
(seis bolas), Joseph Barbara
(tres bolas). Adems el Club de
Jolf de Ft. Davis, Bud Hai.s-
.nond. Bob Lombroia. el Barbo-
to Beck de Ft. Davis y Anital
Macarrn darn otros preauos.
Un novedoso premio ha'snlo
ofrecido por Charles MacMurray
para el Joven que finalice de
ltimo en el torneo: seis le li-
ciones de golf.
Los juegos sern sumamente*
interesantes y tomarn parte
nuestra grandes figuras Juveni-
les de golf, tales como Bulle
Errson, Brack Hattler Jr- y Joa
quin de la Guardia,
Un gran nmero de mache
clios tomar parte en el tor-
neo, gracias a la activa labor
ox reclutamiento de Joe Bar-
bero y Anbal Macarrn.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Welsh Fox Montielito En
Gran Duelo Maana En J. F.!
Por RDEME
Los ejemplares de la clase
"C" se medirn en el evento
central que presenta la cartilla
nipica sabatina en el viejo ova-
lo sabanero, sobre una distancia
de 1600 metros y por un premio
de B. 650.00
Seis caballos competirn en
esta prueba que promete resul-
tar sensacional en todo su tra-
mo, destacndose principalmen-
te el magnifico potro Wels.i Fox,
que la semana pasada se impu-
ro en magnificas formas en el
clsico "La Prensa". Welsh Fox
tendr como principales conten-
dores a Montielito, uno de los
equinos ms destacados del mo-
mento; Newminster' que tam-
bin est corriendo muy bien;
Oorsewood cuya ltima carrera
io indica como contendor de
cuidado, Avenue Road y Micro-
bio que pueden dar la gran sor-
presa.
Como es de estimar la prueba
es el orgullo de todo
buen paladar...
RUM and COKE
con Montezuma!
DESTILERA
CENTRAL S A
VESTIDOS
de RIVERC00L y GABARDINA en varios colores y estilos
acabamos de fabricar.
GABARDINA
RIVERCOOL
GRANITE
SHARSKIN
35.00
35.00
25.00
25.00
ADEMAS
Recordamos a nuestros favorecedores
que seguirnos vendiendo VESTIDOS y
PANTALONES a loe mismos precios
de nuestro Gran Baratillo.
Vestidos Pantalones
12.50 17.50 3.95 4.95
21.95 24.95 5.95 6.95
VESTIDOS DE CALIDAD"
COLON
Calle 11 frente al
Comisariato P.R.R.
PANAMA
Ave. Central M
Plasa Santa Ana
:!
debe resultar reida.
He aqui nuestros pronst .<.<:
En la primera carrera:
Escogemos a Tap Dancer. Bu*
falo para el segundo pues o.
En la segunda carrera:
White Fleet defender nues-
tro pronstico. Stella debe lle-
gar segunda. .
En la tercera carrera:
Amazona es nuestra escogida.
Don Pltin tiene buena option
Ln la cuarta carrera:
- rada Betn Rfntng
East se destaca Galante IX es
En la quinta carrera:
Mis Fairfax no debe .pcrd^f.J
Interlude' para el 5e.gu.ulo
*' ...
En la sexta carrera:
Honcl Moon es el dato. TUf*-.
Diuber puede dar la gran jr
presa.
En la sptima carrera:
Welsh Fox para ganador.
Montielito para el segundo"
puesto.
En la octava carrera:
Miss Cristina debe imponerse.
Apretador es el enemigo.
En la novena carrera:
Titom de punta a punta. Fia*
meneo es peligroso
En la dcima carrera:
Ria Roy debe continuar sil"
racha de triunfos. Callejera
para el segundo lugar.

CANAS
TlAaialas con cate remedio cajero. r*< n f'
barato: Un cuarto litro da agua, una cu-
charada da glicerina. 3 cucharada' de ta*
Rum (o hu da Celosa) y una cajia dav.
Compuatto da Barbo. Compra atoe in-
gredeatea an la botica, mzclelo en ras
hotalla y uaelea pana teir ua rana # ,
gdn la Indlcaefonea an la f-cj; **! Coate*'
pueato da Barbo
ACTION
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con Wa lis
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con VITALIS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, adems, se previene la se-
quedad. Hgalo: Usted notar le
diferencia!
O'wriaU Iwrrvphjb
\AL PEIG!
. Peines* con VITAUS. Do
veras!, porque VITALIS imparto
a su pelo sedosa susvidad y brillo
reluciente, sin engrasarlo. VITA
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todo el da. Use VITALIS y causo
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^
VIERNES, JUNIO 29, 1M1
COMBINADO
Ambato y Pacfico Terminao
Mna. Sus Compromisos De La
Ia Vuelta Del Ftbol Menor
ES IADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
ProTincia de Panam
G E P Pts.
Sanlitnder ...... 3
Alemn......3 l
Amb: lo......3
Ancn Jr.....2
Hispano Jr.....1 t 2
Amrica......1 3
Pacifico de 2a. 1 I 4 2
kpjCon el partido entre los equi-
pos Ambato y Pacifico de 2a.
continuar maana el Campeo-
nato de Ftbol de Segunda Ca-
tegora de la Liga Provincial de
Panam a las 4 de la tarde en
el Estrdlo Olimpico.
Ambus equipos terminarn con
ste partido sus compromisos de
la primera vuelta, y su rebul-
tado es de Importancia para sus
aspiraciones, ya que el Ambato
con una victoria volver ni
puesto de honor, y los pacifis-
tas menores lucharn para sa-
lir de la retaguardia.
Este ser el segundo encuen-
tro sabatl-o que ofrecer la Li-
ga en su p/opsito de adelan-
tar el calendarlo; servir de ar-
bitro A. Harrison.
El domingo terminar la pri-
mera etapa de la Justa con los
juegos Santander vs. Hispano
Jr. a las 8 y 45 a.m. sirviendo
de arbitro Samuel Darklns, y
Amrica vs. Ancn Jr. a las
10 y 15 ajn. sirviendo de arbi-
tro Jos Crelo; ambos parti-
dos se desarrollarn en la can-
cha del Estadio Olmpico.
El baseball menor de la Liga Santa Rita
tiene mna. su primer doble del torneo
El Circuito Menor de la Liga
de Baseball de Santa Rita, ofre-
cera su primer doble Juego ma-
ana sbado en el cuadro de j
Barrara comenzando a la 1:00
p.m.. y los partidos anunciados
para esa fecha son: Scarlets vs.
Granillo y 15 minutos despus >
Invadirn el cuadro las novenas
Granate y Azteca.
El lur.e en el Estadio Olm-
pico a las 4:00 p.m. se medirn
Oep. Dragones vs. Carlos Eleta.
Y el mircoles tambin en al
Estadio y a la misma hora cho-
carn La Barriada vs. Aracelly
Pedroza, Lanford Bralhwaite y Rodrguez
triunfaron anoche en el boxeo amateur
Por S. Darkins
Animados y movidos resulta-
ron los encuentros de Boxeo
Amateur que se ofrecieron ano-
che en el Gimnasio Nacional,
registrndose los siguientes re-
sultados :
Daniel Brathwalte debut en
las filas amateur con un nocaut
tcnico sobre Ivn Martin al
minuto y 43 segundos del ter-
cer asalto.
En una de las mejores pe-
leas de la noche, Rodolfo Pe-
droza obtuvo la decisin de dos
jueces sobre Vernal Valentine,
resultando este fallo muy pro-
test.-do y silbado por la concu-
rrencia.
Curtido compiti dt
Artculos Para Perros
o Platos para comida
Peinillas Cepillos
t eran variedad de Juguetes
ALMACN CYRN0S
Ave. Tivoli No. lfi
Tel. 2-3867
Roy Landord retom ms for-
nido y en mejores condiciones
y con una atinada actuacin
te impuso ampliamente por de-
cisin a Luis Garcia.
En la cuarta pelea del pro-
grama Luis Rodrguez recibi
el veredicto de dos jueces pa-
ra adjudicarse el triunfo sobre
Wilfred Brathwalte. al suspen-
der el arbitro Goyo Castaedas
la pelea en el tercer asalto de-
bido a una lesin de Brathwalte
en la ceja Izquierda.
El otro combate anunciado
entre Chico Anderson y Bienve-
nido Ramos no se efectu de-
bido a exceso de peso de Ra-
mos, teniendo 9 libras ms que
su rival.
En la funcin de anoche se
present al conocido luchador
Gerardo Jimnez, que el Jueves
12 de Julio se enfrentar al bo-
xeador Ruoerto Brown, ex-cam-
pen amateur.
El Ancn se impuso
al onceno de los
salvadoreos por 6-4
El Ancn se Impuso al Selec-
cionado de Salvadoreos por 6
tantos a 4 en el Interesante
partido que sostuvieron en el
cuadro de Santa Rita a Bene-
ficio de los Damnificados del
Terremoto de El Salvador.
Desde el primer tiempo los
anconlstas arremetieron con fu-
ria y lograron cuatro tantos,
pero en la segunda mitad los
salvadoreos que Jugaron con
algunas unidades locales, reac-
cionaron, aunque no lograron
descontar toda la ventaja que
habtrn obtenido sus rivales,
perdiendo siempre por la dife-
rencia de dos goles.
Dicta resolucin
el Club Deportivo
y Social anlonero
Resolucin dictada por el club
deportivo de Antn, con motivo
del "affaire" de la adminlstra-
cijn del Gimnasio de dicho pue-
blo.
RESOLUCIN No. 1
Por la cual el Club Social -y
Deportivo Antonero se encarga
de administrar el Gimnasio Po-
pular, de Antn,
El Sjb''Social y Deportivo
Antonero,
CONSIDERANDO:
1El Gimnasio de Antn fue
construido por Iniciativa y per-
severancia del pueblo.
3Que la escuela Repblica
Dominicana y los deportistas lo
usaban en una forma desorga-
nizada.
3Que en consecuencia este
coliseo se fue destruyendo con-
forme pasaba el tiempo.
4Que la escuela Repblica
Dominicana percatndose de tal
situacin se deslig del gimna-
sio para evadir responsabilida-
des, con lo que demostraba si-
lenciosamente su Incapacidad
para resolver este mal:
5Que un crecido numero de
Jvenes deportistas de este pue-
blo con conciencia de la reali-
dad existente nos reunimos y
organizamos el Club Social y
Deportivo Antonero;
_Que nuestro criterio coin-
cide precisamente con los eie-
mentos conscientes de este pue-
blo, en que es Injusto e Inco-
rrecto que ahora la escuela Re-
pblica Domincana papaj"10
las mejoras del JjgWJft
tionadas por el ub Social y
arnQueraellSub Social y De-
portivo Antonero, entidad for-
mada** por Janes que le tie
nen afecto al deporte y a ia
noertad (concebida como todas
iM normas tendiente a llevar
"d|.nidd del hombre) a pe-
nar de que hayan murmura-
ctonsV que hemos .do los
que daamos en parte el gim
naslo consideramos como debe
considerar la escuela RepubHc,
Dominicana, que la mantmi
eficaz de mantener ese coliseo
en condiciones adecu.las. es
responsabilizando a los depor-
tUtM- RESUELVE:
l_Gue el Club Social y De-
portivo Antonero administre el
Gimnasio Popular.
2-Entregar a la escuela Re
pblica Dominicana una dejas
llaves del Gimnasio con el pro-
psito de que lo use cuando
"SJSSSur a la escuela Re-
pblica Dominicana aue nos ex-
ponga su plan de trabajo de
educacin sica para tenerlo
en cuenta al elaborar el pro-
grama a seguir del club y no
entorte* las labores docen-
tes de la escuela.
4-Conceder el **
escuela Repblica Dominicana
fuera de las horas que con-
templa su plan a.seguir cuan-
do sea imprescindible.
5_Que la escuela Repblica
nomlnicana est en la. obliga-
cin de contribuir en la lim-
pieza del coliseo cuando lo us
Para constancia firman oor
el Club Social y Deportivo An-
Hermn Domiciano Broce H.,
Secretarlo general.
Enrique Samanlego A..
Srlo de Actas, Correspondencia
y Archivos.
Este juego de beneficio comenzar a
las 7:45 en el Estadio y se vern en
accin los mejores jugadores locales
Esta noche se ofrecer el co-
mentado y esperado partido de
ftbol entre los equipos Ditra-
nl y Combinado capitalino, co-
menzando a las 7 y 48 en la
cancha del Estadio Olimpico.
Este juego ser a beneficio
de los damnificados del te-
rremoto de El Salvador y ha
levantado un marcado entusias-
mo e inters entre los aficio-
nados y pblico en general por
la calidad de los oncenos que
se encontrarn frente a frente
esta noche. .
El partido ha sido dedicado
a la colonia salvadorea, a la
vez que se han Invitado nu-
merosas y distinguidas perso-
nalidades y destacados depor-
tistas y redactores y locutores
deportivos.
Ambos conjuntos se han pre-
parado satisfactoriamente para
este Importante encuentro y se
presentarn con sus lineas bien
acopladas, pronosticndose un
cotejo reidsimo. .
El Ditral cuenta con va-
llosas unidades como Molina, pe
Len, Linares, C. Prez, Gascn,
De Bello, L. Rangel, R. Arana,
Ponce, Mendoza, etc.
El Combinado esta formado
por los siguientes jugadores:
Porteros: Everardo Lasso, Luis
Acosta, Jorge Luis Moreno
Baks: Flix A. Tejada, Cesar
A. Rodrguez.
Medias defensas: AlfredoSan-
dlford, Reinaldo Carrillo, Fran-
cisco Ponce, Flavlo Flgi-eroa.
Alejandro Amaya, Ernesto vic-
Aleros derechos: Negro Mar-
tinez, Santiago Jordan.
Interiores derechos: Carlos
Torres. Carlos LemoS.
Centro delantero: Abel e. ur-
"fnterlores izquierdos: Carlos
Berrio, Beto Plnnock.
Aleros izquierdos: Luis vai-
ds. Cornello Agullar.
Masajista: Manuel A. Flores.
Entrenador: Migue A. Rlvas.
Director: Flavlo Figueroa.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por R. I. B.
Impoi
Liga
PENSANDO EN SU FUTURO.
El ex-bombero de los Yanquis de
Nueva York, Joe Page, quien re-
sult la sensacin en las tem-
poradas de 1947 al 49, piensa en
su futuro en la ciudad de Kan-
sas, donde el gran lanzador
zurdo est tratando de librar-
se de serias dolencias que tiene
en-el brazo.
ne sancin la
de Basket al
Dir. del Crdenas
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball en su pasada reunin Im-
puso una suspensin de dos par-
tidos a Luis Ardlnes, Director
del equipo Femenino sastrera
Crdenas. ,
La Liga en su parte resolutiva
prohibe a Ardines por espacio
de do partidos toda actividad
relacionada con el basketball,
asi como tambin la entrada
al Gimnasio Nacional durante
los das que acte su equipo.
Ardines fu el protagonista de
un acto molestoso durante la vi-
sita de los Trotamundos de Har-
lem a esta capital, y lleg al
extremo de lanzarle unos regla-
mentos de basketball femenino
a los arbitros que actuaron en
la noche en que su equipo jug.
La suspensin de Ardlnes es
efectiva tanto en la categora
mayor de damas como en la
segunda masculina.
PRONSTICOS
(Por ONE-TWO-KID)
Universitario: La unin hace la
fuerza: Inscrbete en la Asocia-
cin Deportiva. Acude los jueves
al aula 2-210.
.' (Continuacin)
Para vocales quedaron los co-
nocidos compaeros Csar Lu-
na y Norman Williams. El pri-
mero pertenece a Administra-
cin Pblica y el segundo a
Ingeniera.
Lamentamos de veras que al-
gunos profesores de la Univer-
sidad sigan haciendo uso de ia
hora cultural de los alumnos
para dar sus clases perjudican-
do de esta manera a nuestros
compaeros de sociedad, y ade-
ms pasar por encima de rde-
nes Impartidas por la Recto-
ra. Corremos traslado el Rec-
tor, pues este mal se est a-
gravando cada vez ms.
Se ha escogido el da 12 de
Julio como el da d la toma de
posesin de la nueva Directiva.
Para tal efecto se estn hacien-
do las gestiones para que sea
el Rector quien honre con su
presencia este acto, que posi-
blemente se efecte en el Para-
ninfo.
Se notifica a todos los wfrts-
tas o Interesados en este depor-
te, se sirvan pasar a entrevis-
tarse con el Lie. Gilberto Val-
ues B., durante los recreos lar-
gos por el restaurante de la
Universidad.
En la misma manera se le co-
munica a los Interesados en a
liga de volleyball y basketball
que llenen debidamente sus lis-
tas para que despus no se pre-
senten Impugnaciones.
Oportunamente se anunciar
cuando comenzarn las compe-
tencias de basket y volleyball.
Para tales efectos ya est listo
el tablero para los asuntos de-
portivos. 1 mencionado table-
ro se encuentra en el pasillo
que se encuentra adyacente al
Paraninfo y, como se dijo an-
teriormente, ser exclusivamen-
te para los deportes.
In programa deportivo variado y bien
reglamentado aumentar el entusiasmo
y atraccin del Centenario de Coln
Por LUIS E. ORTIZ
COLON, Junio 29. En el mes
de febrero del prximo ao,
celebrar la ciudad de Coln el
centenario de su fundacin. F.l
Honorable Consejo Municipal ha
nombrade un comit compuesto
por cinco personas que tendr
a su cargo la organizacin de
estas festl"idades que marcarn
poca en la costa de oro. Se-
ria conve-.lente que para dar
ms realce a estas festividades
centenarias, el comit organiza-
dor trazara un plan de eventos
deportivos en los que podran
Intervenir los vecinos pases de
Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Colom-
bia, J-malea, Honduras y San
Salvador, nacionales que tuvie-
ron relacin con los trabajos
del Canal de Panam. Estamos
.seguros que si se llega a ex-
tender invitaciones a los pases
mencionados, estos aceptarn
gustosos y podremos presenciar
1.Bfalo
2.White Fleet
8.Don Pltin
4.Betn (e)
5.Cobrador (e>
8.Cantaclaro
7.Montldito
8.Apretador
9.Antecede
10.Rlna Roy
Embustero
Taponazo
Filigrana
Frutal
Interlude
Paragon
Welsh Fox
Manhattan
Titom
Callejera
como parte de las festividades
centenarias una nequea olim-
pada en esta urbe atlntica,
que cuenta con un Estadio mo-
derno en el que se podran ce-
lebrar eventos futbolsticos, da
atletismo, ciclismo, partidos de
bisbol, +o. En el gimnasio Are-
na de Colon se pueden celebrar
los eventos tanto masculinos co-
mo femeninos de baloncesto. Las
pruebas de natacin pueden es-
cenificarse en la pileta conti-
gua al Hotel Washington. Espe-
ramos que los organizadores de
las festividades centenarias tra-
ten de Incluir en el programa
conmomeratlvo del primer cen-
tenario de la fundacin de ciudad de Coln, la celebracin
de la pequea olimpiada nter-.,
nacional, la que de seguro trae-
rla una enorme afluencia de vi-,
sitantes para alentar a sus compatriotas
en los diferentes eventos depor-
tivos en que tomen parte.
La Federacin de Basket tambin se mostr
mezquina en Coln con los Red. deportivos
NUEVA SALUD
Y ENERGA
Para las personas da mea da 40 anos
con al nutvo tnico ferruginoso
Li mu jarea y loa hombrea, particularmante
loa hombrea, qua encuantran qua eatn cadi-
aado a la tanaion y laa preocupacin* riel
trabajo o da la ai t uncin aconomka, tienen a la
mano un remedio qua, auaqua aeocillo, aa
podaraaaawta eAcaz.
Marcha a la vanguardia con loa mflaa d>
parvo naalqua han encontrado an ata nueva v
podaroaa raoata a baaa da hierroPJRR17.A N
praciaamenta la daaa da raed teamen to fortl-
"a
inte y reconstituyente que neiesileil
" efecto
. en el transcurso de die das m
eenriil.menta uoeihnun. Usted parto* que
eiente que le corre nueve vide por el cuerpo, le
energa queda restaurada, eo reoohra la dis-
posicin a hacer lea coses. La nerviosidad
rieeeperete y usted duerme profundamente.
Se aente nuevo en todo sentido.
Solicite ci KKKHI/.AN en la farmacia da su
Iscalidad y somtalo a prueba hoy
COLON, Junio 29 (Por Nando
Quintero). Caus disgusto *n
la fanatlcada y los deportistas
colonenses la accin de la Fe-
deracin Nacional ,de Balonces-
to al colocar en todos los pues-
tos como taquilleras, etc' del
gimnasio Arena de Coln, para
la funcin de los Trotamundos,
a personas de la ciudad capital
nicamente y desde muy tem-
prano cuando los deportistas
llegaron al gimnasio se escu-
charon las criticas y hasta se
lleg a decir que esto constitua
una falta de consideracin e
Irrespeto para los colonenses,
que tambin conocen estos me-
nesteres, agregando que por lo
visto el federado de Coln solo
desempea papel de "marione-
ta" en el seno de la entidad
mxima del baloncesto.
Con este son varios los ca-
sos que han sucedido aqu en
los espectculos deportivos don-
de tiene que ver la Federacin
de Baloncesto y recordamos que
en otra ocasin cuando vinie-
ron los portorriqueo* pas al-
go parecido que casi da en
traste con las relaciones depor-
tivas de las dos provincias; se-
ra conveniente que no se re-
pitan estos casos y cuando se
ofrezca un espectculo deporti-
vo auspiciado por la Federacin
Nacional de Baloncesto, sean
ms atentos con los colonenses,
y no suceda lo de esa noche qua
trajeron de Panam taquilleras,
porteros, arbitros, anotadores.
cronometristas, apuntadores, y
mientras estos seores entra-
ron al espectculo con sus fa-
miliares sin pagar un centavo,
a los redactores de lo loca-
lidad se les neg la entrada
gratis.

i
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
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COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
moa ahora tanto en el
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en el "SAVOY".
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QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
^octnomo de Cuan f tanca
PROHIBIDA LA ESTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
7a. Carrera "C" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B / 650.00 Pool CIom* : 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARREBA DE LA DUPLETA
1. (NEWMINSTER............B. Moreno 115
2. (GORSEWOOD............A. Enrique I05x
3. AVENUE ROAD...........V. Ortega 117
4. MONTIELITO...........J. Contreras 119
5. MICROBIO .............. A. Vsque* 105x
6. WELSH FOX..........Jote Rodrigue* 110
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES
5a. Carrera "JE" Importados 1 Egs.
Premio: B/ 550.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. (SILVER DOMINO..........V Ortega 114
2. (ESPARTANO i.........P- Orde 120
3. MOSQUETON)............B. Moreno 112
4. GRIS )................A. Soto 111
5. LACNICO...............E- Corcho 107x
6. GAYWOOD.............../ Phillip* 120
PARA EL DOMINGO
8a. Carrera "D" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 600.00 Pool Cierra: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
1. MIMO.....................J. Avila 118
2. (CURACA...................f- R l
3. (TROPICANA...............> 8a%n 114
4. SANDWOOD..............K> Plores 114
5. CHACABUCO...............C. Ruin 115
6. FAIR CHANCE...........J. Contreras 114
7. MR. FOOT...............B. Moreno 108
8. POLVORAZO.............J. Phillips 114
9. HECHIZO..................A. Soto 115
10. WILD WIRE.............R. Vergara 112
I.


(TORNES, JUNJO 29. 1951
EL PA1AMA AMERICA DIARIO WUEPtNUIRN'M
PAGim itwn
REINALDO DIAZ Y OLIHDO 6UARAGNA
Director de la Novela "Laios de Odio"
Este par de ma*nlf icos animadores, Olindo Guaragua y Reinal-
do JJiaz, que en aos atrs hicieran las delicias del pblico en La
Caravana Camel y otros programas radio -teatrales, han sido con-
tratados para animar el Concurso de Majnbo que te inicia esta no-
che a las ocho en el Teatro Encanto. La parte musical, como se
sabe, estar a cario de la popular orquesta de Armando Rosa.
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
J:30 El Hijo Perdido
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3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
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4:00 Noticiero Pererra
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:30 Carnaval de Ritmos
con la orquesta de ,
Armando Boza
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Sor Nacho Valds
erima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
AVOSET
lUuniHiui
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dramatlzacln, cortesa de
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cortesa de Rhoda
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cortesa de la mueblera
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9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
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9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Francia y su msica
10:15 Grandes artistas
10:30 Al Filo de la Noche
dramatlzacln de BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA SBADO
AJkL
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Almanaque de la
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6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 8u meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca internacional
8:30 Hablan loa Astros
con Antlnea
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
PJM.
12:15
12:30
12:50
Cantares de Mxico
El Correo del Da
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El Mundo del Vals
Mambolandla
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
Noticiero "Sparton"
Intermedio variado
La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
Aires colombianos
Carrera
Estampas mexicanas
Carrera
Cancionero de la tarde.
Carrera
Acordes porteos
Carrera.
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No hay nada en el mundo
que refresque tanto como la .
YARD LE Y ^/lavender
(IotoIi Tastoii)
y el Jabn de Lomuda Yardley,
"el jabn, de lujo del mundo"
Smlm y Fohei ara Saw, ralea r MrOm+tm '
tAIDLIV OLD lona STBBST LOHDKIi
IirecedenUs- narn con la ms grande con-
os Indicio* I lerenda en la historia una
no tiene
lo
lioca
Esta
de que los rumores mundiales reunin frente a frente de ios
sobre una pas en Corea eulml- | dirigentes mundiales.

Les Cigarrillos "Camel" presentan, a partir de hoy, la
Novela Camel "LAZOS DE ODIO", original de Claudio Lopes
Gronnlng. LAZOS DE ODIO se transmitir a las siete y cuarto
de la noche y la dirigir JUAN ANTONIO THIBAULT, el
decano de los directores radiales panameos.
El tres de julio
ser juzgado el
lder Albz C.
SAN JUAN, P. R., Junio 29
,'TJP) El Gobierno anunci que
Pedro Alblz Campos, lder na-
cionalista que cumple condena
por los sucesos del ao pasaao,
ser juzgado el 3 de. Julio en
un tribunal del distrito de San
Juan por la violacin de la Ley
53, al intentar derrocar al Go-
bierno por la fuerza y la vio-
lencia.
En sa fecha, Alblz ser juz-
gado slo, y el 3 de Agosto sl
le Juzgar por los mismos car-
gos en unin de otros lideius
nacionalistas.
Cmara de Diputados
pide la libertad de
presos venezolanos
MONTEVIDEO, Junio 29 (UP)
La Cmara de Diputados a-
irob una mocin firmada por
os representantes de todos los
artldos polticos, dirigida a la
unta de Gobierno de Venezuela,
solicitando la libertad de los pre-
sos polticos Csar Morales, Luis
Dubuc, Octavio LePsge, Domingo
Range!, Csar Hernndez, Prez
Salinas, Luis Tovar y Jos Gon-
zalez Navarro, todos ellos* ex-
leglsladores venezolanos.
EL XITO de la SEMANA
"MUJER DE
MEDIANOCHE"
EL DESTINO CAPRICHOSO
EN LA VIDA AVENTURERA
DE UNA MUJER I
con
GLORIA MARN
VICTOR JUNCO
ERNESTO ALONSO
FELIPE DE ALBA
KATY JURADO
Y era al filo de la medianoche
cuando se definan los gran-
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lesca existencia...!
Una Pelcula Filmada en
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Una Vida Que Sabynga!.
YA VIENE EL...
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INCENDIANDO A PANAMA!
m con -
AMALIA AGUILAR y
PEREZ PRADO, en
"AMOR PERDIDO"
"Las Islas Maras"
ante la Censura
En el Teatro Eldorado, el pr-
ximo lunes en la maana, ser
exhibida especialmente para los
miembros de la nueva Junta de
Censura la pelcula "Las Islas
Maras', filmada en los esce-
narlos naturales del famoso pe-
nal conocido en el mundo co-
mo el "cementerio de los hom-
bres vivos". Se ha querido re-
coger en esta pelcula un do-
cumental realista e Inquietante
de la vida de los condenados
en las Islas del Pacifico. Para
lograr una realizacin perfecta
la productora Rodriguez Her-
manos, una de las ms presti-
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mexicana, encarg la direccin
al gran director Emilio Fer-
nndez; la fotografa al lau-
reado Gabriel Flgueroa, y la
interpretacin al popular actor
y cantante Pedro Infante. No
se ha escatimado medio algu-
no para hacer de "Las Islas
Maras", algo extraordinario, y
le corresponder ahora, a la
Junta de Censura, decidir la
suerte que en Panam haya de
correr tan singular como for-
midable pelcula que ha sido
estrenada con xito Indiscutible
en diversos pases.
El peridico Pravda
invita a Morrison
para una entrevista
LONDRES, Junio 29 (UP)
El peridico ruso "Pravda" In-
vit al Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores de Gran Bretaa.
Herbert Morrison, a que les con
cediera una entrevista la cual
sera publicada prominentemen-
te en la misma forma en que
&e publica en la Unin Sovi-
tica todo lo que dice Staln.
La Invitacin ha sido una
i espuesta al reto hecho por Mo-
rrison el 13 de Junio cuando
pidi a "Pravda" que le hiciera
una entrevista a l o al Primer
Ministro Clement Attlee.
La respuesta afirmativa de
'Pravda" dada por la radio de
GRANDIOSO CONCURSO
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