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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AN WDBPENDH^fflfe^JLT NEWSPAPER
fanamaAmcrican
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
ScacirarosV.O.
CANADIAN WHISKY J'
TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
111
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1951
PTfE CENTS
Soviet A-Bomb
Pile Disclosed
By Escaped Red
By FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP) The United States
has received intelligence reports indicating Russia now has
a stockpile of about 50 atomic bombs, a usually well-in-
formed source said today.
The source said U.S. intelligence agents received the
estimate from an atomic expert who fled from Russia to
Britain about a year ago._______________________
It was reported that members
of the Congressional Atomic
Energy Committee have received
the following digest of the Rus-
sian expert's story:
At the time he escaped from
behind the Iron Curtain, Russia
had 29 completed A-bombs all
of them the "conventional" plu-
tonlum type.
The production schedule can-
ed for about 5C A-bombs by this
time, and aoout 75 by mid-1952,
The Russians were concentrat-
ing all their efforts on stockpil-
ing "standard" A-bombs, and
were not turning out any "expe-
rimental types." It was presum-
ed this meant that no Soviet H-
bomb Is In sight.
The exaot size of the U. S.
stockpile of /-bombs Is top se-
cret, but It Is many times great-
er than 50.
In fact, this country has amas-
ed such an Impressive arsenal
of conventional plutonlum bombs
that It Is diverting a major part
of its atomic effort into develop-
ing new type weapons.
These range from the hydro-
gen superbomb, at one extreme,
to smaller, more streamlined ato-
mic weapons which might be us-
ed "tactlcnlly" on the battle-
field for example, artillery
shells or guided missile war-
heads.
Progress In all of these lines of
experiment has been made in the
past year, and was reflected In
recent tests In Nevada and at
Erlwetok Atoll In the Pacific.
Rep. Clarence Cannon, D., Mo.,
told the House Thursday that
"our military authorities" esti-
mate that Russia now has 100
A-bomb4. But he said later that
he obtained the figure from "the
newspapers."
Members o! the congressional
atomic committee said his esti-
mate Is "too high."
Captain Steiner
Dies In Mobile
Word has been received on the
Isthmus of the death Thursday
In Mobile. Alabama, of Captain
Charles H. Steiner, 78. a retired
towboat master, formerly with
the Dredging Division.
Besides his widow, Mrs. Cathe-
rine C. Steiner, and a son, Cap-
tain Charles H. 8telner, Jr.. both
of Mobile, he is survived by a
son and daughter who reside In
Balboa. They are Jerome E. Stei-
ner and Mrs. Edward S, Slegel.
Captain Steiner was burled in
M lile this morning.
He came to the Canal Zone In
1916, and retired from Canal ser-
vice in 1935
Decree To Regulate
Panam Citizenship
Procedure Proposed
A Presidential Decree to regu-
late the procedure by which chil-
dren born of foreign parents in
Panama may obtain citizenship
recognition under Clause B of
Article 9 of the 1946 Constitution,
was presented Thursday at the
weekly Cabinet Council of the
National Government, and may
soon be signed by President Al-
clblades Arosemena,
The chief provision of the pro-
Eosed decree, according to the
lga Cvica Nacional, is the pro-
cedure setting forth the manner
in which those born in the na-
tional territory of alien parents
upon attaining their majority
may prove "THAT THEY ARE
SPIRITUALLY AND MATERIAL-
LY INCORPORATED IN THE
NATIONAL LIFE."
Within recent years many per-
sons of foreign extraction, parti-
cularly those of West Indian par-
entage, have been hard put to
obtain their < ulas. Others have
even been embarrassed when ap-
plying for passports, or when at-
tempting to secure employment,
or to engage in business.
The difficulty in these instan-
ces stem from the fact that the
Registry Office as well as the
Consular Department of the Gov-
ernment have been without any
definite regulations as to com-
pliance with Articles 9 and 10 of
the Constitution in regard to cit-
izenship of children born of alien
parents.
Although legislation along this
line was Introduced in the last
ordinary session of the National
Assembly, it failed to receive the
necessary action for passage. The
Permanent Legislative Commis-
sion has also failed to issue a de-
cree-law in regard to a settle-
ment of the question.
A Foreign Office spokesman
told a delegation of the LCN this
week that he felt certain the pro-
posed decree would be favorably
acted upon.
Quebec Police Pounce
In Red Mining Area
MONTREAL, Quebec. June 30
(UP)Provincial police made
Uphtnlng raids in four Com-
munist-dominated mining towns
in Quebec last nleht and seized
more than 10,600 Communist
books and pamphlets.
DC-6 Missing
In US With
49 Aboard
DENVER. June 30. (UP) A
United Airlines DC-6 carrying 49
persons Is missing today on a
flight over the mountains from
Salt Lake City to Denver and Is
believed to have crashed.
A spokesman for the airline
said there Is an unconfirmed re-
port that a farmer living east of
Loveland. Colorado, 56 miles
north of here, heard the plane in
trouble early today, and a noise
that might have been the plane
crashing.
A ground party is out investi-
gating.-
The plane, en route from San
Francisco to Chicago, was only
the second United Airlines plane
to leave the Pacific Coast east-
bound since the firm's 900 pilots
and co-pilots called a truce Fri-
day In their 11-day strike.
There were 44 passengers and
five crewmen aboard. The plane
would have run out of gas five
hours after it was last heard
from.
Siamese Army
Locked In Battle
With Rebelling Navy
BANGKOK, J u n e 30 (UP)
Siamese Army forces appear to
have captured the headquarters
of the rebelling Siamese navy to-
day during a furious fight in
which a number of stray artil-
lery shells, including one salvo of
four, hit the United States em-
bassy.
The Army forces were reported
to have seized the only bridge
across the city's Chaophls River
and stormed into naval head-
quarters, which the rebels had
turned into a fortress.
The United States embassy is
about half a mile from this
building, on the other side of the
river.
The navy seized Premier Phi-
bun Songgram yesterday at a ce-
remony at which United States
officials were presenting a dredge
to Thailand.
The navy radio later said
Songgram had been arrested and
taken by landing craft to Bangk-
hwan Prison, near the navy
docks.
Foreign Minister Vorakarn
Bancha took over the premier's
office and organized the army,
air force and police for battle
against the navy.
The fight started at dawn.
Army and Air Force bombers
attacked the naval headquarters
throughout the day, at the same
time demanding that the rebels
release Songgram.
Truce talks this morning col-
lapsed when the navy delegates
reiterated their charges of cor-
ruption within the government.
Embassy To Receive
Americans On Fourth
The Embassy of the United
States of America will receive the
American colony in Panam on
July 4 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 pjn.
on the occasion of the 175th an-
niversary of the Declaration of
Independence of the United
States of America. No individual
Invitations will be sent to United
States citizens resident in the
Republic of Panam.
Big US Airline Strike Ends
As Pilots Agree To Truce
CHICAGO, June 30 (UP)Uni-
ted Air Lines planes flew yester-
day at the end of an 11-day
strike by 900 pilots and co-pilots.
The first flight from Chicago
lot off an hour before the 3:45
pjn. deadline. It was a DC-6
bound for Los Angeles with eight
of the 50 seats occupied. Later at
the exact deadline the first DC-6
for New York took off with a full
load.
The pilots, members of the Air-
line Pilots Association (AFLi,
agreed to end their walkout un-
der a truce arrangement while
negotiations continue over issues
Involving wage scales and work-
ing conditions.
United, meanwhile, said the
strike cost It $100,000 a day In net
operating loss, or $1.100.000 for
the 11 days of the walkout.
Thomas E. Bickers, secretary of
the National Mediation Board,
announced the truce after a con-
ference with company and union
officials that began at 2 ajn. and
lasted almost seven hours.
UAL promptly began taking
flight reservations and the union
dispatched telegrams to members
telling them the strike was over.
The agreement forestalled
threatened government seizure.
United, the nation's fourth
largest common carrier, operates
222 daily flights over a 13.250-
mile system extending from the
East Coast to Hawaii. The com-
pany expected service to be fully
normal In 24 hours.
One issue which had blocked
an earlier settlement was the re-
fusal of pilots to fly the new
DC6-B airliners, 300-mile-an-
hour ships which brought to a
head the complaints of pilots
about working conditions on
farrter and bigger planes.
Bickers said the truce provid-
ed that pilots return to work "un-
der the same condiUons which
prevailed immediately prior to
the strike," which meant that
they still would not fly the
DC6-B's.
However. Bickers said the
DC6-B issue would be negotiated
before all others under the truce
a point demanded by the com-
pany, which said that pilots al-
ready were flying DC6-B's for A-
merlcan Airlines.
Bickers called the conference
after the government drew up an
emergency seizure order for Pres-
ident Truman's signature. It
would have been the first such
action against an airline in the
nation's history.
The National Mediation Board,
which had Insisted that the strike
must be called off before its full
services can be used, will partici-
pate In negotiations as mediator.
The pilote, fearing that faster
ships will throw many of their
number out Of work, have sought
a change from their present 85-
hour working month to a abiding
scale of mileage based upon the
type of ship flown. Under their
demands, pay scales also would
be geared to mUeage. rather than
hours.
UAL and other airlines which
face the same problem counter-
ed that the mileage basis would
In effect reduce the number of
hours the pilots fly They also
said that pilots are among the
highest paid of any unionized
workers.
According to UAL, pilots now
may earn as much as $1,237 a
month on the DC-6. $1,116
monthly on the DC-4 and $944 on
the DC-3. Co-pilots earn an aver-
age of $481 a month but may go
as high as $907.
Ridgway's Offer So Far
Ignored By Korean Reds
.....
(NEA Newsmap)
TROUBLE SPOT As the British cruiser Mauritius reached
the Persian Gulf, the government of Iran reportedly sent
more troops to the Abadan oil center. British troops in the
Suez Canal Zone and on Cyprus were reported alerted should
trouble develop during the evacuation of 2500 technicians
from Abadan. The British charged Iran with cutting the flow
of aviation gasoline to the RAF base at Basra. Britain order-
ed 61 tankers In and round Abadan to leave, thus halting
pumping operations at the Agha Jarl oil field, east of Abadan.
* *
Iranian Delegates At Hague
Just 'Spectators At Hearing
THE HAGUE, June 30 (UP)
The two Iranian delegates today
took no part in the Internation-
al Court's hearing here of Bri-
tain's application for an injunc-
tion against the seizure of the
Iranian oilfields.
Dr. All Sh.iyegan and Dr. Has-
san Sadr, who had flown here
from Teheran to represent their
country, sat In the gallery while
Attorney General Sir Frank Sos-
klce opened Britain's case.
They were present only as
spectators. Shayegan said: "Our
Government believes this Court
Is not competent on this entire
question. I do not think the
Court will declare itself compe-
tent."
Pantanal Drops
Surcharge 'Bite'
Of Service Charges
Something's going down in
price!
Persons, business firms and or-
ganizations who are privileged to
use Panam Canal 'labor and
material" services will henceforth
get a break and pay only the 10
per cent "mark-up" heretofore
oald by government employes.
That's the gist of the following
announcement from Balboa
yesterday.
"The existing 20 per cent sur-
charge which has been applied
on departmental tariffs for goods
and services of the Canal-Rail-
road furnished to outside users
will be lowered to 10 per cent and
will be charged uniformly to all
users with the formation of the
new Panam Canal Company.
"The 20 per cent surcharge has
been applied on all Incidental
services except those of the In-
dustrial Bureau which has been
10 per cent. The new rates, there-
fore, will require no changes for
Industrial Bureau charges.
"Surcharges are not applic-
able on rates for the bulk of
goods and services purchased
by Government employe, such
as rents on quarters, electric
current, and commissary and
clubhouse prices.
"Generally, surcharges are ap-
plicable only on those services
which are rendered on a Job-
cost basis to outside users, such
as the services provided by the
Motor Car Repair Shop, Electric-
al, Municipal and Building Divi-
sions, and similar goods or serv-
ices provided primarily for the
Canal or Railroad.
"Under the new schedules
which are now being prepared
for distribution, the 10 per cent
surcharge will he made on all
such goods and services, regard-
less of whether purchasers are
Company or Government em-
ployes, outside Interests, or oth-
er U. S. Government agencies."
He said the International Court
was designed to arbitrate be-
tween states.
He argued that the oil dispute
is between Iran and the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company, and that
the British Government, though
It owns a controlling interest in
the company, has nothing to do
with the dispute.
Meanwhile in a note delivered
In Iran this morning the British
Government warned that Iran
alone would be responsible for
the consequences if any harm be-
falls British subjects in Iran.
The note also forecast the shut-
ting down of the Amadan refi-
nery and the oilfields which sup-
ply it.
Authoritative sources in Lon-
don pointed out that this note
did not contain the usual ex-
pression of British willingness to
continue negotiations.
They added that the opinion
is growing in Whitehall that no
{'Urpose would be served by fur-
rier parleys with Premier Moha-
med Mossadegh's government.
RP Stores To
Close July 4th
The Fourth of July will be ob-
served as a national holiday ac-
cording to Panam government
decree and stores in town will be
closed.
The text of the decree said in
part:
"The President of the Republic
of Panam declares that the
Fourth of July, celebrated as the
anniversary of Independence of
the United States of America,
which nation Is Intimately re-
lated with the government and
people of Panam by common
links of loyal friendship and de-
fense, will oe considered a na-
tional holiday in Panam."
Mexico Rolling Out
Carpet For Galo Plaza
MEXICO CITY. June 30 (UP)
Steel helmeted troops lined
downtown streets today to hold
back crowds eatherlnn to wel-
come Ecuador's President Galo
Plaza, due to arrive here later
today on a four day goodwill
visit. It is estimated his recep-
tion will rank with that of
President Truman in 1947 as the
greatest ever extended a visit-
ing dignitary to Mexico.
President, Cabinet
To Attend C. Z. Fourth
President Alclbiades Aroseme-
na and his cabinet have accept-
ed an invitation to attend the
Julv 4th ceremonies In the Canal
Zone.
Korean Ground
Shows No Sign
Of War's End
TOKYO, June 30 (UP)
Though speculations grew that
the war might end In a few days
there was no sign of an end In
Korea today.
The tempo of the ground fight-
ing slowed, but grim soldiers
were still fighting for the high
hills which changed hands six
times yesterday below the central
front bastion of Kumsong.
United Nations artillery In this
area virtually wiped out an ene-
my battalion last night when a
searchlight picked up the enemy
force as it was about to attack.
At sea United Nations war-
ships bombarded Wonsan for the
135th straight day and Songjln.
140 miles to the northeast, for
the 114th straight day.
Superforts attacked the Red
capital of Pyongyang with a 35-
ton raid on Its main alrflelq\ The
runway, hangars, revetments,
shops and administrative build-
ings were hit.
Sixteen United States Thun-
derjets also hit this airfield with
bombs, rockets, machlneguns and
napalm.
Other Thunderjets blasted a
Chinese headquarters and sup-
ply dump at Namchonjon behind
the western front.
Other Allied planes attacked
Onjong airfield and damaged at
least five bridges on supply
routes from Manchuria.
Four United States Mustangs
ran into six Migs-15s but the en-
emy broke contact before either
side fired a shot.
CZ Sub-Contractor
Sued For $13,187
A civil suit in which Sol Palitz
of New York is suing Mr. and
Mrs. John V. Carter of Curundu
for $13,187.50 was filed this week
In the Ancon District court by
Wcudrow de Castro, attorney.
The money is allegedly owed
Palitz since he claims he gave
that sum in a package of dete-
riorated bills. Federal Reserve ^hat_ such a meeting is deslred^I
notes and other legal tender to
TOKYO, June 30 (UP) As of this afternoon Radio
Pyongyang had completely ignored General Matthew B.
Ridgway's proposal that the Communist Commander in
Chief in Korea meet his representative to negotiate a
ceasefire.
Nearly 100 United Nations radio stations were bom-
barding North Korea and Red China with Ridgway's of-
fer, starting 8 a.m. local time.
The shortwave transmitters broadcast the offer in
English, Korean and Chinese.
Ridgway invited the Communist commander to send
a representative to negotiations aboard the Danish hospital
ship Jutlandia in Wonsan harbor, 80 miles inside Commun-
ist held territory.
He emphasiied that any ceasefire must carry ade-
quate guarantees for the maintenance of such an
armistice.'
The 18 United Nations with
troops fighting in Korea have
authorized the United States to
give Ridgway the following terms
to present to the Communists:
1) The enforcement of a cease-
fire throughout Korea under
conditions guaranteeing the se-
curity of both commands;
2) The establishment of a
more or less 20 mile deep buffer
zone more or less on the present
battle Une. from a point Just
south of the 38th parallel on the
west coast to a point 15 miles
north of the parallel on the east
coast;
3) Both sides to stay In their
militarized zones and to go no
closer than within three miles of
the shoreline of the other's ter-
rU4.rlBoth sides to stop 'ship-
ments of war material, troops
and troops replacements to Ko-
rea. "Including volunteers";
5) The establishment of an in-
ternational commission *- not
specifically under United Nations
auspices with unrestricted ac-
cess to all Korea to supervise the
truce. This commission might
have the right of aerial recon-
naissance;
6) An exchange of prisoners of
Wss>r'
7)'A provision for the security
of the troops, and for the hand-
ling of refugees and other prob-
lem facing Korea.
Ridgway told the Communist
commander:
"I am informed that you may
wish a meeting to discuss an ar-
mistice providing for the cessa-
tion of hostilities and all acts of
armed force in Korea, with ade-
quate guarantees for the main-
tenance of such armistice
"Upon receipt of word from you
the defendants for redemption
in May 1949.
The Carters, who had been
on leave at the time, allegedly
turned the mutilated money
over to the Currency Redemp-
tion Division office of the
Treasurer of the United States,
and received $12,750 for the
currency.
Palitz Is a legal resident o
New York. Carter Is at present
residing in Curundu. He Is a
sub contractor for Isthmian
Constructors.
"shall be prepared to name my
representative. I would also at
that time suggest a date at which
he could meet with your repre-
sentative. I propose that such a
meeting could take place aboard
a Danish hospital ship in Wonsan
harbor." ^
Ridgway's statement added up
to the fact that the United States
and its Allies with troops in Ko-
rea are ready to talk terms if the
Communists are really serious a-
bout ending the Korean war. If
they are not, the war will go on.
The peace proposal first was
advanced by Jacob A. Malik. Rus-
sian delegate to the United Na-
tions, last Saturday night. A
Chinese Communist newspaper
later endorsed It. But Peiping it-
self has been silent.
Pyongyang Radio devoted lt
time today to:
Yesterday's war communique!
a message from the Chinese vol-
unteers to North Korean Com-
mander Kim II Sung on the firs*
anniversary of the war; a de-*
scription of Red bombing of tha
port of Inchon; a report of thi
"People's Army growing strongen
every day while the United
States aggressors are los in ft
strength"; North Korea's demand
for a voice in the Japanese peace
treaty negotiations, and a reporo
on farmland reforms and tha
conditions of farmers.
At the United Nations most de-
legates believed a ceasefire could
be agreed on In a matter of min-
utes once the military represen-
tatives meet.
But they cautioned that thera
would be hard negotiating ahead
on the problem of the withdrawal
of troops from a demilitarized
truce zone, on the size and loca-
tion of this buffer zone and on
the admission of observation
teams to make sure the armistlc
works.
Selective Service
Test Here Brings
Varied Reactions
Nine college students who took
the last Selective Service Col-
lege C 1 a s s 1 f icatton test this
morning offered varying opin-
ions:
"I hope I don't see you in For!
Jackson soon" one remarked,
while another lad walked out
saluting.
"It was so simple, one could
flunk it I think I did" waa
another observation.
The exam, consisting of 150
questions of multiple cholea
answers was given at 8:30 In the
Library of the Civil Affairs Build-
ing by F. A. Castles. Instructor
of Balboa High School. The mei
were requested to specify their
legal residence, number and
address of the draft board whera
they were registered. A similar
exam was given simultaneously
In the States.
Congress Vote Puts Stopper
On Further Price Rollbacks
BY VINCENT J. BURKE
WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP)
Congress yesterday approved
an emergency 31-day extension
of existing government controls
but wrote in a ban against any
price rollbacks during the exten-
sion period.
Sen. Homer Ferguson, R..
Mich., sought to add a proviso to
the extension bill that would
have required an Increase from
15 to 18 months in the payment
period for Installments on new
and used cars.
He withdrew his proposal, how-
ever, when chairman Burnet R.
Maybank, D.. B.C.. of the Senate
Banking Committee promised to
ask the Federal Reserve Board to
relax Installment buying curbs
on autos at once.
The measure, rushed to the
White House to keep controls on
the books after tonight's mid-
night deadline, also would forbid
Price Chief Michael V. LMSalle to
Impose new price ceilings during
July.
The most immediate effect ot
the restrictions would be to can-
cel widespread manufacturing
price rollbacks slated to go into
effect Monday.
The extension partly meets a
last-minute plea by President
Truman and elder statesman
Bernard Baruch to keep the pre-
sent law on the books until Con-
Eiess has time to write a "good"
new law.
But Its ban against price roll-
backs was a rebuff to the Presi-
dent who requested an "as Is" ex-
tension. The ban would cancel
manufacturing price rollbacks
slated to take effect Monday that
would save the public an estima-
ted $1.500.000.000 or more In pric-
es of machinery, cotton textiles
and shoes.
The bipartisan farm bloc, aided
by a Republican-Southern-De-
mocratic coalition, pushed
through the rollback ban by a
vote of 615 to 106.
The House measure would con-
tinue all major control powers-
wages, prices rents, credit, mate-
rials, allocations and priorities
through July 31. Import controls,
likewise due to expire tonight at
midnight, also would be contin-
ued 31 days.
The 31-day rollback ban would
not directly affect DISaUe's re-
maining two beef price rollbacks,
slated to cut retail beef prices S
to 10 cents a pound by Oct. 1.
But opponents of the beef prica
slashres are counting on the Ko-
rean truce situation and lessened
pressure for economic controls to
build support for their cause.
They hope not only to kill tha
two remaining rollbacks but to
cancel the 10 per cent live cattla
rollback already In effect.
DiSalle. commenting on this in
a radio Interview, said he thinks
Korean peace rumors and a tem-
porary softening of prices aro
causlnsT Congress to loosen up
controls.
But he said the Impact of tha
defense program this fall will
bring greater inflationary press-
ure than ever, and there will ba
a real need for stronger controls.
The 31-dav extension will give
the Administration ano t h e r
chance to rally support for a
stronger law. But in view of the
Senate's overwhelming approval
of a drastically-weakened con-
trols program, the chances of a
tougher measure appear dim.


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Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui......(Pa*enter SerTice Only)......July 1
* Chiriqui ...................................M* U
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL MM PANAMA MM COLON M
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" .............Due Cristbal, July 4th
S.S. "SANTA LUISA" ............Due Cristobal, July 11th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sail* Cristbal. July 2nd
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ...........Sails Cristobal, July 8th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
S.S. "SANTA ELIANA" ............Due Balboa. July 8th
S.S. "COASTAL NOMAD" ............Due Balboa, Jury Slat
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
S.S. "COASTAL ADVENTURER" ..Sails Cristbal. July 7th
Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 213S Panam 2-8556 567 Balboa 15*7 21
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Steamship
Company
KTO EUROPE:
HELENA ...........................July 12
BAARN ............................July 12
HESTIA ............................July 1
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NTO THE CARIBBEAN:
PLATO .............................July 2
HELENA ...........................July 12
BAABN ............................July 12
STO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
ino ................................July *
MANTO ............................July
MTO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU and CHILE:
I.IONEI.............................Jn'y I3
HYDRA ............................Jo"? 26
BKKDA ..........................:.Au|\ 7
K'.N.S.M.' CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-1218. 5-1219
(Passeiifer And Freight'
BOYD BROS.. PANAMA CITY. 2-20#8
(Passengers Only)
BLOK AGENCIES. BALBOA: 2-371 (Frelfht)

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H'KOrt AXD NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Passenger Benin)
I'O KUROPr..
S S. Pont Audemer
July 27
I'O r< UADOR. PKRb AND CHIl.fi:
S.S. Rouen .....................
July
IO CKNTRAI. AMERICA AND WEST COAST II. A.;
M.S. Winnipeg..............................................June 3
? ROM NEW YORK
lu PI.VMOUTH l.fi HAVRE:
"Liberte" .................................................. July J
"lie De frunce" ............................................July '
Prom CARTACiENA le EL'ROPE VU Caribbean PartaPanemer Service
"Colomble" ................................................ July
Crlaiobal: t'Rfi.NLH UNE, P.O Rax Ml Tel. t-Ult ISIS
Panam: LINDO Y MADURO. S. -A. Boa 1011
Tcl. Panaaa 3-ltW S-1MI
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Shipping & Airline News
US Ambassador to Ecuador Duo
In Panama Monday
Paul C. Daniels, newly appoint-
ed United States ambassador to
Ecuador, Is leaving Miami by Pan
American World Airways tomor-
row for Panama en route to Qui-
to. Ecuador, to take up his new
post.
Daniels, a career diplomat wh
Texas To London
In 20 Hours Is
New B-36 Time
LONDON. June 30 (UP)
Three B-36s landed at Latce'i-
heath. Suffolk, yesterday after a
i.OOO nonstop flight from C&io-
wtll, Texas.
They made the trip In 20
hours, two hours ahead Jf
schedule.
They will fly back to Can.-
wtll In a few days.
Burglars Keep Repeating
MIDDLEBORO, Mass. IUPI
Burglars have broken into Mrs.
Clarisse Brown's filling station
24 times since 1940.
served as ambassador to Hondu-
ras In 1847, replaces John F.
Simmons, new chief of protocol
for the U.S. Department of State
in Washington. D.C.
Daniels served as director of
the Office of American Republic
Affairs after leaving Honduras.
He is continuing on to Quito
from Panama Monday.
Former PAA Panama Station
Manager Transferred to Jamaica
Nathaniel H. Vlckers, a former
Mlamian, has been appointed
station manager for Pan Ameri-
can World Airways at Montego
Bay, Jamaica.
Joining PAA in 1646 after five
years of military service. Vlckers
has held posts in Miami. Panama
and 8an Juan. Puerto Rico.
From 1948 until April. 1949. he
served by turn as a traffic clerk,
senior passenger clerk, chief of
the loading crew and Junior sta-
tion manager at Miami, then was
transferred to Panama as Junior
station manager. He was then
sent to San Juan in 1950 as Junior
station manager, a post he held
until his new appointment.
Vlckers was born in Abbeville,
Alabama, where he graduated
from high schol before moving to
Miami in 1936. He is a lieutenant
colonel in the Air Corps Reserve.
Ken, 15, Consigned
From Korea After
Second Army Hitch
RALEIGH. N. C, June 30 (UP)
Mr. and Mrs, RabbHolcombof
Kannapolls. North Carolina are
waiting to velcome home their
15-year-old son.
They haven't seen their son,
Kenneth, for a while, and he may
be gone for another spell In short
order. As Mr. Holcomb puts it.
"we don't know what- he'll do
next."
Kenneth is on his way back
from Korea. He was given an un-
der-age discharge after a month
of the heaviest fighting with the
2nd Infantry Division. This was
his second under-age discharge
from the Army.
When he was seven, he ran off
to Florida. At nine, he left his
North Carolina home for Wash-
ington. D.C.
Two years later, he lit off for
the West Coast. And at 13. he was
in Texas.
It was there he talked a recruit-
ing sergeant into signing him up.
But he was out of the Army in six
days on that occasion.
Then came another enlistment
and Korea. What's next? His
parents don't know.
Tax Gatherers Close
Office Earlier
Starting Next Week
The Cristobal office of the in-
ternal Revenue Bureau will close
earlier In the afternoon starting
next week.
Effective Monday, the hours
will be from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The office Is open only on Mon-
days.
The change In office hours Is
necessary because of the hours at
the banks, which close at 3 p.m.
Monday.
The Cristobal office is located
in Room 300 of the Administra-
tion Building.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROXAL CHARTER 1848
Royal Mall Lines Lid.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSF.N0ER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "TALCA" ............................J......July 1st
M.V. "SAMANCO"................................J"'V "th-
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"..................August 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "FLAMENCO"" .............................July >th
M.V. "SANTANDER"" ...........................July 11th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.8. "PAMPAS" ................................'. July 17th
S.S. "DIEMERDYK" ..............................July l?th
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.V. "DURANGO"" ......................I.......July 5th
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" ..............................July 10th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
Superior accommodation available for passengers.
All Sailinc Sulnerl to t'hangr Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV CO. Cristobal I'el 1854 1655
FOR COMPANY INC. Panam Tel S-125V1258: Balboa 190.1
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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru- a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
Now that all large makers
are following
FORD'S V-8 lead...
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
189 Central Ate. at
corner of "I" Street.
Q. R. De R01.A
Manafer.
HOURS:
From 8:88 a.m. to 12:38 p.m. .
SATIRDAYS: from 8:88 am. to 12:88 p.m
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Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
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4. K was Ford that first proved the economy
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5. Ford, Mercury, and Lincoln V-8 engines hav
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SATURDAY, JUNE S. 1M1
f^acific ^>ocidy
.....'-......I-
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THEE
&, 393, BatU JIl^U-V.L Batloa 2872
RECEPTION AT THE ARMY AND NAVYCLUB TONIGHT
TO COMMEMORATE AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY
The Commander-Ui-Chlef, Caribbean Command, I G-
rml William H. H. MorrU. Jr., and Mrs. MorrU and th> off-
'" ind ladies of the Headquarters, Caribbean Command,
win entertain at a reception from 6 to S thte evenlnf to be
Srln" t the Arm, and Nary Club at Amn\d' i"?.
memormtion of the 175th anntrersary of the Declaration of
independence of the United States of America en July 4.
The Embassy oFthe United
SUte Will Receive on
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Cooke an-
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Tereaita. on Tuesday. June 28 In
Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Mrs. Cooke, nee Teresita Arias,
Is the daughter of Mrs. Abdlel J.
Arias and the late Mr. Arias, of
Panama.
Independence Day
The Embaasy of the United
States of America will receive the
American colony in Panamft ^
July 4 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 pjn.
on the occasion of the 175th an-
niversary of the Declaration of
independence of the JJMMd
States of America. No Individual
Invitations will be sent to United
States citizens resident In the
Republic of Panama.
Admiral and Mrs. Bledsoe
Are "At Home"
The Commandant of the Flt-
teenth Naval District. Rear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bledsoe and Mrs.
BWdsoe entertained with an "At
Home" on Wednesday evenlne at
their quarters at the 15th Naval
District Headquarters Reserva-
tion.
evening
Club.
at the Panama Golf
Eckbergs' Guests
Arrive from U.S.
The Misses Irene and Beatrice
Eckberg of Lakewood. NY., ar-
rived by plane from Miami last
evening to visit their brother and
sister-in-law. Captain and Mrs.
H. F. Eckberg of Quarry Heights.
Auxiliary to Assist
in Legion Open House
Members of the American Le-
gion Auxiliary. Post One. will as-
sist in entertaining guests of the
American Legion at the opening
of the new Legion Home, the for-
mer Pacific Sallfish Club on
Tuesday evening. The Open
House affair will be for all Le-
gionnaires and Auxiliary mem-
bers and their guests.
Joseph Ridre Leaves
for Active Duty
Joseph Ridge, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Ridge of Margarita,
sailed on the S.S. Cristobal for
New York today to beln lx
weeks of active duty with the
Marine Air Corps Reserve, after
which he will return to his stu-
dies at Notre Dame University in
South Bend, Ind.
Thurfday evening he was the
guest of honor at a buffet supper
given by his sister and brother-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory G.
Cartotto. at their residence in
Ancon. Guests Included former
classmates of Mr. Ridge at Bal-
boa High School, several of whom
are home from college for the
summer. With Mr. Ridge, those
present were the Messrs. Michael
Cody. Jack Gill. Jack, Johnson,
Wally Trout. Leo Presho, Bob
Sulsman. Moon Mulllns. Pete
Flvnn, Vernle Kelleher. Burton
Benolt Bill Allen and Elbert
Ridge. till
Miss Betty Chan Is Wed
to Mr. Arthur Suttou
At six o'clock last evenUm m
the Cathedral, of St. Luke in An-
con, Miss Betty Pern Yee Chan,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harrv Yee Chan of Gamboa, was
married to Mr. Arthur Eldon
Sutton. the son of Mr. and Mrs.;
Hsrry Elmer 8utton of Green-
ville. Illinois. Bishop R H.
Gooden performed the marriage
ceremony.
The chancel was decorated
with white gladioli and palms
and lighted tapers. Organist Hil-
da Hlnz played the traditional
wedding marches for nro"esslo"*l
and recessional and during the
ceremony the selections. "O. Pro-
mise Me" and "At Dawning."
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of white nylon net with a
full, circular skirt of ballerina
len with a white floral pattern and
soutache braid and with em-
broidered seed pearls. Her fin-
gertip veil was caught in a close-
fitting velvet cap decorated with
applique work. She wore mitts of
white nylon net to match her
gown and carried a bouquet of a
white orchid with baby's breath
tied with white satin ribbon*.
Miss Beverly Chan, a sister of
the bride, was her only attend-
ant. Her dress was of aqua or-
gandy fashioned with a lace bo-
dice and ballerina length bouf-
fant skirt. Her headdress was
of white veiling and vanda or-
chids and she carried a nosegay
of similar flowers.
The bride's brother. Mr. Har-
Ty Y. Chan. Jr.. was the best
man. Ushers were Mr. Neilsen
Etchberger. Mr. Charles J. Will-
lams and Mr. Carleton Luthas.
The bride's mother wore a pink
flowered crepe dress and a cor-
sage of maroon carnations.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception was held at the Fern
Rom of the Hotel Tivoll for 60
close friends and relatives of the
couple. Mrs. James A. Wood,
Mrs. Irene Pauldlng. Mrs. Rich-
ard London and Mis. Alphonso
Lee assisted -at the reception.
Miss Doris Chan, a sister of the
bride, attended to the bride's
book.
The bride's going away costume
was a dress of watermelon red
linen with brown accessories. **r.
and Mrs. Sutton left after ths
reception for a wedoine rrtn ,o
El Valle and the interior. After
July 5 they will be' at home In
Cristobal, where Mr. Sutton is
with the Canal Zone Police. Un-
til her marriage. Mrs. Sutton was
a nurse on the staff of Gorgas
Hospital.
Farewell for
Mr. and Mrs. Grefe
Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Muller of
Bella Vista were hosts at a din-
ner and bridge party last evening
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Donald
C. Grefe. who will leave the Isth-
mus tomorrow for a vacation In
the United States and Honolulu.
Chaplain Winter
to Speak Tomorrow
Chaplain W. w. Winter, the
VS. Navy chaplain at West Bank,
will be the guest speaker at the
Balboa Union Church tomorrow.
Farewell Luncheon
for Mrs. Mallory
Mrs. Fred M. Weade was hos-
tess ct a bridge luncheon given at
her home in Ancon today for a
group of friends In farewell to
Mrs. William B. Mallory. Mr.
and Mrs. Mallory. accompanied
by their two children, will sail on
July 6 for the United States, for
an extended vacation to Tennes-
see. Minnesota, the Dakotas and
Canada.
Malcolm Delvalle's
Exhibit Opens Tomorrow
An exhibition of water color
and oil paintings by Malcolm
Maduro Delvalle, young Panama
artist who studied recently In Pa-
ris at the Beaux Arts School and
the Julian Academy, opens to-
morrow afternoon at the Balboa
Lounge of El Panama. The show
Is slated to run through Julv 8,
and is open dally to the public.
/ttrtUrina hair-do
J4air Ml Jiptdau
oLoi'fii f^trmanm/i
Call for appointment
Balboa 3677
Armed Services
YMCA Beauty Salon
(YMCA Bldg.) Balboa
Open from 8 a.m.
Dorothy Gray Cosmetics.
KLIM
specially
packed tin!
Hnt hi er.f.r.nc. Ml* WorM Ovar
Ctfr. If M ItfdMO InttrMt'l Capr. K*Mrrr<1
(70/ gout ntxt dinnti party,
display you good tail proudly jfcixVfc .
SPARKLING RHEINGOLD
CIA. DORS ft ULLRICH. S.A.
ANGELfNl Panam
Its sparkling, rich flavor win
delight the palate.. .your guests
will appreciate the compliment 1
Now Specially Priced.
Colon and Panam.
^^^
"Saves time...money...annoyance
actually means added profits"
jl i1, uXi ----------*l-------
TMn f wBOi Wmis
bwineesmtn art saying about
CLIPPER CARG
As near at your Telephone
On* phone call to your wrest
PAA OHkt will qukkly bring you
n xpsrt in the air transport *
alt types T cart*.
Whatever your business, it will pay you to
investigate the many great advantages which
"Clipper Cargo" offer. Not only do your
shipments arrive faster, but you also save
substantially on packing and insurance, storage
and inventory on numerous other expenses.
Having spent more than 20 years in developing
this important phase of air transport, Pan Amen-
can today delivers millions of pounds of cargo on
swift, dependable schedules between all six con-
tinents. It' the better way to ship almost anything.
.. **'
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fifi*
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YESI *lxt,kt(1 ,u"rifht ier
children from 3 year* on.
It's ibown hero in Prtludt, a loTeh-,
hininc pattern crowned with tiay,
delicately carred flower*, And be-
ca* it'* lid ilver it beauty will
lit forever. A perfect child' sift
for an occation.
itferih
ALSO ... available now la Minuet (at $8.50)
and Royal Danish (at f 10.00) in ttractive
gift boa. All pattern mad in U.S.A. .
Clipper
Cargo
Tel. -0670
Pan American World Airways
WOll MO! IXrilllRCII AltllKI
TAHITI
THE JEWELRY STORE
157 $faftclsSuptem&
to join the fun at
team
W> EL RANCHO
EVERY SUNDAY afternoon from 12 to 3
Dress InformalEnjoy th gay company of
people you know and likethe background of
good dance musiccocktails the way only
EL RANCHO can fix *emdelicious luncheons!
Reception at
Panama Golf flub
A cocktail party Riven by the
officers of [i >t i-.ter-1
American Affairs was l.clu last J
SPECIAL LUNCHEON
Tropical Fruit Cocktail or
Hearts of Celery a la Vinafrette
Cream of Asparragus Soup or
Consomme Celestlne
Swiss Steak ............$1.00
Rout Pork Cuban Style .. 1.50
Victoria Potatoes Succotash
Florentine Salad
Rolls Batter
Coconut Delight
Coffe Tea Best
Special Cocktail Prices. .25f
Manhattan Old Fashion
Martini
Frozen Daiquiri
* Music by LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA at the Organ
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its BIG ANNUAL SALE
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Yankees Nose Out Red Sox 2-1 In Night Battle
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Tito Games Set Tomorrow
In Pacific Side Hoop Loop
LEAGUE STANDINGS
TEAMS
Boyal Crown.....4
Albrook ........ 3
Lincoln Life.....1
Mauricio.......
Won Lot Pet.
0 1.000
1 .730
3 .230
4 .ON
The Pacific Side Basketball
teague will move back into ac-
tion Sunday night with a dou-
bleheader to be played at the Bal-
boa Gymnasium. The teams have
been inactive Tor the past week
due to the local appearance oi
the world-famous Harlem Globe-
trotters on last Sunday and the
elimination round or the Fourth
of July tournament on Thursday
Bight.
The first game will start at 7
pm and will have the Albrook
Flyers opposing the team backed
by the Lincoln Life Insurance Co.
The second game will get under
Way shortly after the completion
Of the first, With the league lead-
ing Royal Crown meeting the
much improved Mauricio team.
Interest in the league was stim-
ulated with the announcement
by league officials that three tro-
phies have been donated by Bra-
nlff Airways. Inc. to the leaders
in three departments. One tro-
phy will be awarded to the Win-
ning team, one trophy given to
the player scoring the greatest
number of points during the reg-
ularly scheduled games and the
third will go to the played voted
by the fans as being Most Valu-
able Player. Trophies have been
ordered by Braniff and will be
placed on display in various
places when they are received.
Inter-Playground
Basketball Starts
This Morning
Little League
MAM tTANtolNOi
Won Lost Pat.
The Pacific side league Is made
up of teams from the various
Physical Education units lnclud-
II111 La Bocans ... 5 1
Twin City Rookie* 4 2
Montlcello Gamboa 2 4
Fergus Cubs .... 1 5
LITTLE BIG TEN
Earl Best (Ii........
Dawson Jolly Carlos Brown Ramon Jimenez (TO
erlck Holder ITC) ..
Ivan Lord (I)........
Robert Pate (I......
R.Samuels iTO......
Cecil Griffith ..
LeroyBest (Ii........
.933
.847
.333
.167
.085
.556
.891
.533
.407
.450
.444
.444
.438
.389
Ifill La Bocans took over first
place in the Local Rate Little
riiymi; mw JB**n "n^t Leaiiue by halting Twin City
ing Balboa. Ancn. Diablo. Coco- JQ" /t 4 be?or, a rec0rd
11, Curundu. Pedro Miguel and ^,d
Gamboa.
crowd at Paraso.
Robert Pate, foremost candi-
date for the mot valuable player
award, twirled a four-hitter for
Schedules have been set up for
five separate age, weight, and hu flfn straiKht victory without
height classifications. These cas- 0 defeat. The fire-ball rlahthand-
slflcatlons are designated A, B, i > nounded the pill for two
D and E with the A teams In-
National League
TEAMS W>t Pet
Brooklyn.......41 85 .88
New York......38 81
Mater::::? 8
Cincinnati......32 88
Boston........30 84
Chicago........28 33
Pittsburgh......25 3
.511
.548
.IM
498
.48
.48
.881
eluding the older and bigger boys.
The D and E leagues will play
under the Biddy League rules
which are being used In the un-
ited SUtes. These youngsters will
use a smaller court and ball and
lower baskets.
All the teams have been prac-
ticing for about twe
play should be good .
petition keen. All five leagues R pate p
opened with games this morning R' j.,.^ lD
at 8:30. Spectators are welcome. *
safeties In four trips.
The La'Bocans bombarded C.
Garnett. the losing- pitcher and
Ramon Jlmenes for twelve hits
among which were homers by
Guillermo Payne and Ivan Lord.
The box score follows:
IFILL LA BOCANS
AB R H
V '.
Catcher Killed By
Thrown Baseball
OGDEN, Utah, June 30 (UP)
Catcher Dick < 'unjay, 19, was
killed almost instantly when a
baseball struck him near the
heart.
He was struck just below the
heart when a ball was thrown
by second baseman Manager
Don Trower and got vast the
catcher's glove during infield
practice last night.
have been prac- R Brown jh........4 0 1
two weeks so the ^T. P.........4 1 l
ood and the com- L Be,t ,,..........3 1 1
ah #w~ i.,, R pate ..........4 2 2
R. Innlss lb..........4 0 1
E. Best sa..........3 ,
C. Brown c..........' B
G.Pavnecf ..........2
A. Spencer rf........2 0 0
For Eczema
Skin Troubles
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TWIN CITY ROOKIES
AB R
H. Holder If .. .
L. Mollnar 3b ..
R. JlmeneE 3b-p
L. Blades c .. ..
R. Samuels cf ..
C. Barnett p-cf .
R. Blades rf.. ..
G. Moreno rf ..
A. Titus lb .. ..
H. Gllltngs ss-2b
22 4 4
Games for aSturday
Fergus Cubs vs Twin City
Rookies (doubleheaden 9:30 a.m.
at Red Tank.
Monticello Gamboans vs Ifill
La Bocans 9:30 a.m. at La Boca.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston (N).
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
Chicago at Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh at 8t. ttHH (N).
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 3
Brooklyn........ 2
(Night Game, failed at end of
ninth to allow Cubs to catch
trainTIE)
Chicago............. 5
St. Loula.............
American League
TKAMB-
Chitaf ........
New York.....
Boston.....
Cleveland ..
Detroit ....
Washington
Philadelphia
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TODAY'S GA'MM
Boston at New York.
It. Louis at Chicago.
Detroit at Cleveland.
Washington at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAYS RIgULTS
(Pint Game, Twilight.
Washington 000 000 0118 8 0
Phllade'p'a 201 000 00*8 8 0
Porterfleld'U-li, Haynes and
Playground
Sports
CRISTOBAL
The Liona suffered their first
defeat In the Biddy League a*
the Tigers won their second
game. 21-11. Walter Mauger scor-
ed 13 points for the Tigers and
Wendy Sasso made I2jx>lnts for
the Lions. David ifcwthorne
dumped in 14 points to lead the
Bearcats to a 88*18 won over the
Wolves.
In th Major League both
(ames were hard fought. The
eltlcs nosed out the hapless last
place Oklahoma. 31-38. a An-
derson cored 18 followed by Sim-
ons with nine. Holy Cross nipped
the Qlobe Trotters, 84-83 to tav
in first place. Manning scored 88
points far the Celtics And Sulli-
van netted 87
Zoldak (2-2) and Mur-
Montlcello Gamboans pulled
themselves out of the cellar of the
Local Rate Little League by
scoring a 7-2 victory over Fergus.
Cubs, at Santa Crus before ar
other capacity crowd.
Although limited to two safe-
ties, the Montlcello youngsters
made good use of the wlldness of
Walter St. Louis, the losing pitch-
er who was relieved In the fourth
bv Alfred Bowen. J. Allen went
the route for the victors and was
nicked for eight hits.
The box score follows:
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AB
A. Brown as........3
W. Forde lb........3
A. Howell 2b........3
W. Barnaby rf........3
D. Jolly cf..........3
C. Griffith c........1
A. Bowen p..........J
W. St. Louis p-c......3
E. Wilson If........3
J. Howard 3b........3
25 2 8
' MONTICELLO GAMBOANS
AB R
C. Baxter 2b........0
M. Grant as........0
A. Jcnes cf..........*
H. Warren if........3
L. Fardln lb..........3
R. Fennell rf........2
S. Duncan If........1
J. VariollaSb........2
J. Allen p...... 2
(Night Game)
NEW YORK at BOSTON
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
PITTSBURGH ^t CINCINNATI
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
Americans Advance
To Quarter Finals
In Wimbledon Play
LONDON, June 30 It
was another day of victories for
American tennis stars in the sin-
gles competition at hallowed
Wimbledon Stadium near Lon-
don-
The V.'B. champ from San Le-
andro, CaliforniaArt Larson
advanced to the quarterfinals
with an easy win. Larsen was the
only male player among the A-
merlcans to compete in the sin-
gles yesterday.
As usual, the American women
routed the opposition. Five Amer-
ican girls advanced into the
round of 16, along with the three
Yankee racquet swingers who
made it Wednesday. The five who
wontwo at the expense of fel-
low Americanswere third-seed-
ed Doris Hart of Coral Gables,
Florida; fourth-seeded Shirley
Fry of Akron; fifth-seeded Bev-
ely Baker of Santa Monica; sev,
enth-seeded Nancy Chaffee of
Ventur, California; and Mrs. Ri-
ta Anderson of Los Angeles.
then 8 000 fansinclud-
ing Queen Mother Mary of Brlt-
iatched the southpaw-
swinging Art Larsen show TOr-
sten Johannson of Sweden some
of the finer points of tennis. Lar-
sen took him 8-3, 7-5. and 6-4.
The other three American sur-
vivorsDick Savltt. Herb Flam
and Ham Rl chardsonplay
fourth round matches today.
Top-seeded Frank sedgman of
Australia also made the quarter-
finals yesterday. Sedgman won
easily from Fausto oardini of
Italy, 6-0,6-2, and 6-1 Eric Stur-
gess of South Africa joined Lai-
sen and Sedgman with a straight
set win over Frenchman Bernard
Destremau. Ken McGregor of
Australia downed Paul Remy of
France in four sets to make the
quarter-finals.
Klutti;
ray.
Second Game, Night 1
Philadelphia........
Washington..........
(Night Game)
Cleveland............
Detroit..............
11
5
(Night Game)
Chicago............1J
St, Louis ..,.......... 3
Tigers
Chase.....
Kulig.....
Mauger ....
Humphries..
Palumbo, J.
Cats, F.....
Pernandes..
Brooks ....
Hanna. J. ..
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8
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
3
13
4
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0
0
3
2
Bearcats
Burgess, J..
Pabon, X. ..
Hawthorne..
Leves, F.. ..
COX, B.....
Thompsons .
HadarlUs ..
Dolan, B. ..
(First Game, Twilight)
(Postponed, Inclement weather)
(Second Game, Night)
Boston..............
New York............ 2
"*-----------------------------
Annual Junior
Track Meet Slated
For Fourth of July
The Annual Junior Track Meet
(boys and glrla 14 years of age,
and under' will be held at 9.00 ToU1, ,
a.m. on July 4th at the Balboa |
track. Due to the fact that there
are many other programs during
the day participants are remind-
ed to be there on time, for the
Junior Track Meet must be over
by 10:00 o'clock.
Shoes with any type of spikes
will not be allowed for this meet.
There will be three medals given
for each of the following events:
* BOYB (18 onde)
60 yard dash.
Potato race.
BOYS (12 As under)
50 yard'dash.
Potato race.
75 yard dash.
25 yard backward race.
BOYS (14* andar)
50 yard dash.
100 yard dash.
100 yard low hurdles.
25 yard one-foot race.
GIRLS (10 k under)
50 yard dash.
Potato race.
GIRLS (12 k under)
50 yard dash.
Potato race.
78 yard dash.
25 yard backward race.
GIRLS (14 k under)
50 yard dash.
100 yard dash.
50 yard bag rare.
25 yard one-foot race.
No individual may niter more
than two events. No early regis-
tration is necessaryJust come
at 9;00 ready to run.
a 8 20 FT FT Total
Lions FG
a 4 12
.. 1 u 0 1
Stephenson. .. 0 u 0 0
0 0 0
.. 1 0 0 a
Lindgren. .. .. 0 0 0 0
Hanna, M.. .. 0 0 0 0
0 0 0
Chan...... .. 0 0 0 0
Hill...... .. 0 0 0 0
7 2 4 18
FO FT PF Total
Raschi Beats McDermott
In Hot Pitchers' Duel
eaaaassa
v *> Unin Pnu
NEW YOMUfnt 30^-vlctaickiand Jot DiMagoji*
combine)* ttiiir Mltnti lut night to tivt tht YnkM8 a
2-1 victory ovor th* loston Rod Sox in tonto bortlt bo-
fore 50,332 fans at fho Yankee Stadium.
neschi pitched a throe-hitter
for his 12th victory hilo DlMOd-
gio drove m the winning run with
an eighth inning double. The
victory kept the lombers only a
half-game bihlhi the leaguo
leading Chicago White Box Who
beat the St. Louis Browns 10-3.
Raschi cracked fust in his duel
with Boston Mickoy McDermott
but the Red Sox lefthander
blew up later In the game. John-
ny Pesky's single, an inflOld out
and Ted Williams' single gavt the
Beantowners g 1-0 load in the
fourth, but the Yinkees drew
even in the fifth on Hank Bau-
er's double and Gil McDougald'k
single.
From ikon on it was a teagh
battle between ike two flre-
ballers until Raschi and RU-
zte singled to opta tke eighth.
Raschi was forced at third on
an attempted sacrifice but the
nest hitter waa BIMaggle and this time Joe hit. He had
struck out twice before.
Bob Lemon won his eighth
{ame as the Cleveland Indians
eat the Detroit Tigers 4-1 and
the Philadelphia Aihletlcs de-
feated the Washington Senators
3-2 and 11-5 In other American
League games,
Bd Robinson belted his 16th
homer and Howie Judson tossed
a seven-hitter for his third, win
as th White Sox routed the for-
mer Yankee, Tommy Byrne, in
one Inning and poundd three
1
3
7
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
2
6
14
3
2
0
1
0
13 2 4 38
FG FT PFTotel
Wolv
Davlson...... 0 0 1 0
Cralg.J...... 8 0 1 4
Burgess. P.. .-412 9
Moore. W..... 0 0 0 0
Wall.J....... 1
Bland, H..... 0 0 0 0
Crawford .... 0 0 0 0
Collins, C..... 0 0 0 0
g ------rT-------------
Brownie pitchers for IS hits.
The Indians knocked out Dlady
Trout, who lost his tenth game.
In a four-run fourth inning and
scored their seventh consecutive
win this year over the Bengals.
Lemon beat Detroit for the third
time, allowing only six hits.
Gu* Zernial belted his 17th
homer In the first game and pro-
duced a three-run triple In the
nightcap as the Athletics beat
former Yankees Fred Banford
and Porterfleld.
The Athletics won their first
Ram behind Ram Zoldak nine-
it pitching and clinched the af-
terpiece with a seven-run sev-
enth Inning rally.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The surging Philadelphia PhHr
Totals. .. .. i 1 5 *
Celtios-, FG FT PF Total
Anderson .... 8- a 8 18
Smith, E..... 4 1 1 9
Peres........ J
Frailer...... l 0 0 a
Chin........ 0 0 a 0
Simons...... 1 7 8 9
Lorences..... 0 q 0 0
ot
sieoCROSlY-nancyOLSON
CNAitsCOBURNTHHUSSEY
to
TIMf FROM MONTH
TO ECONO.
PHASES Of THC MOON
Of A FOJfO)gOtOM0st
AN
&xt5e
BATTERY
Totals.......14 10 9 38
Oklahoma FG IT PF Total
Palumbo..... a 0 3 4
Karlger...... < S 5
Lessard...... 10 0 2
Favorite. .. .. 0 0 1 Q
Bennett...... 0 0 3 0
Quesada..... 8 a a 0
Roscoe...... 10 1 a
8mith....... 0 0 0
Ouster...... 3 0 0 4
Bailey...... 3 3 1 7
lies shaded th Brooklyn Dodg-
ers 3-8 on Robin Roberts' five-
hit pitching add Del WUbof'a
two-run homer while the Chlca-
KCubs and at. Louis Cardinals
tiled to a 8-8 tie. New York a
Boston and Pittsburgh at Cin-
cinnati were rained out.
Tke Dodgers saw their lead
whittled to foor-aad-a-avolf
Simos over tke Mle New York
laats when Roberts allowed
five hits, iaclading kotaeraJty
Jackie Robinson and ake Ski*
dor, to boat Err Pauta.
Wiiber's two-run homer gavt
the PhilHOi thtjf first two runa
and they added the dcllv tally
In the ninth on "PuddtaV H^ad*
Jones' single and Ralph Caballe-
ro's triple.
The Cubs-Carda game was call-
ad at the end of the ninth Inning;
when the Cuba had to catch a
train and must be replayed at a
later date. The game goes Into
the records as a tie because nina
innings were completed.
Dunlop Tournament
Quarter Finals Sol !
For Tomorrow A.M.
The quarter finals of tb l>un-
) Tonal Tetvaamoat which
were .ohedaUl U bt played ear-
lier this week won be olayed -
sorrow snoralng at the Panam
Olympic Courts.
The matekes coald not b Bola
as scheduled because of bad wea-
ther. Tomorrow at 8 a.m. leo>
Pinllla tackles Brnest* Ptate In
the first matea and Myro* Fisch-
er takes on George Madure in tkO.
second at:3l.m. ___'
Th winner of tke PtniU-PI-1
flate match will meet BIU ele In 1
a semi-final match some time'
nest week. The winner of the
Flscher-Madure match will lay !
Webb Hearn in the other semi-
final
Tke finals will take place next
week Sunday morning, July 8, at
th Olympic Coart.
Dark Horse Upsets Pearl Trim
In Juvenia Watch Tournament
Poarl Trim, on of the favorites I
of tte Juvonla Watch HMdteap |
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Totals.......14 8 13 38
FO FT PFTetal
Heir C
Bdmonds
Roberts..
Cralg, P.
Manning.
Lebatard
Wachtel.
Orvls, B.
Bazan, K.
Lewis. ..
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j,p I This w*
ol Tournament at Bummlt Hills three we
went down in defeat when she elimi
tangled with Jasper Strlckler last ship
Sunday. Strlckler, shooting a 94 we
with a 24 handicap, succeeded in p
outlasting Pearl In a battle which
he won 1-up.
Pearl explained her defeat by
saying that Jasper used psychol-
ogy, dragging out a beat-up old
wrist watch at all the opportune
moments where an excellent shot
on Pearls pait might change the
battle.
This would make Pearl sympa-
thetic, get her mind off the golf
match, and even put thoughts In
her mind about how nice it would
be for Jasper to be wearing a nice
new Juvonla watch Instead of his
antique timepiece, and soPearl
Wound up one hole short.
Another favorite went
defeat
at
Totals.......23 8 13 54
Globe TrotterFG FT PF Total
Hatgi........ 4
1
Smith, D.
Chin. T..
Lung .. ..
Sasso. R.
Sullivan..
Pabon. J.
Qontalez.
Totals.......38 8 14 53
4
1
3
10
0
0
1
1
0
0
8
7
0
0
8
3
8
3
4
37
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Panam American
of Tuesday,
June 80tk)
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Ttfl PANAMA AMERICAN AN fNDlPFHDEXt DAILf NEWSPAPER
PAOS PTT1
New Books
"Wilt in Korea," by Margtisrlte
.itgglna, who won a Pulltaer urlie
for her coverage of the Kean
war for ths New York Herald
Tribune, is one or the new books
placed in circulation durlna the
Bst wtile bv the Panama canal
brary.
The complete list of new books
At the Library follows:
Conduct of life: Where to retire
on a mall IncomeFord.
cook books: Betty Crocker'e
picture cook book Oeneral
mills, inc.
nptllh eisays: Unpopular es-
says Russell.
RiORraphv and History: I spied
for Stalin Murray; Pillar of
Srt Stern: We Barrymore.1
rrymore; War In Korea Hlt>
Klns.
Fiction: Come home at even
Cannon; From the sea and the
jungle Carse; Darkness and
day Comptort-Burnett; The
case or the fiery finders Gard-
ner; Double, double Queen; A
game of hide-and-seekTaylor:
An Kditn Wharton treasury
Wharton. .
Children's Fiction: Hidden
pond Glrvan; Runaway toys
Hotau; Wild hunter Randall.
Children's Non-fiction: My
first book Coleman; Picture
book of chemistry Meyer; Tra-
velers all Webber; Four sons of
Norway Acker; Exploring La-
tin America Hancock.
Secretary 01 Navy
Will Go To Dublin
As US Ambassador
WASHINGTON. June 10. (UP)
President Truman announced
yesterday that Secretary of the
Navy Francis P. Matthews will
become U.S. Ambassador to Ire-
land and will be succeeded in the
Naw post by Dan C Kimball.
Klmball. 52-year-old California
business executive, has been Un-
dersecretary of the Navy since
its.
The shift had been expected.
Matthews, who proudly claims to
be "as Irish as the Blarney
Stone." has lona desired to fill
the Dublin diplomatic post, and
Mr. Truman assured him last
week that he would have the
job.
Matthews. 14, Is a prominent
Catholic layman and is well-
known and popular with Irish
officials. In keeping with diplo-
matic courtesy, his nomination as
ambassador was submitted to the
Irish government for approval
before It was announced.
Matthews who once described
himself as a "row-boat sailor
from-Omaha." was an attorney
and radio station owner In the
Nebraska city before he became
the Navy's top civilian official in
May. 1048.
He will be the second U.S. am-
bassador to the land of the
shamrock. This country raised
Its diplomatic relations with Ire-
land from "minister" to the top
"ambassador" status only recent-
ly.
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The annual Canadian-Ameri-
can tournament reminds me or a
, hand played by Percy Shear-
down, whose foursome won the
'team event last year.
Sheardown. who held the
South cards, didn't want to bid
the slam In hearts until he was
virtually pushed there. However,
the more the enemy bid clubs the
more it seemed that the North
hand would be weak in club
with strength where it could be
used.
As it happened, of course. North
had the ace or clubsa nearly
useless card. If he had held the
king of diamonds instead of the
ace of clubs the heart slam would
have been a cinch.
Sheardown had to make the
best of, the situationwhich he
proceeded to do in rine style. His
first move was to play a low club
irom dummy and ruff in his own
hand.
He next drew trumps with the
ace and Jack, arter which he re-
turned a low spade from dummy.
This put East on the horns or a
dilemma.
If East played low. South's
queen would win. Then dummy
would be entered via the ace of
diamonds and the ace ol clubs
would be led for declarer to dis-
card his remaining spade, The
(eat. of course, would be easy.
ir East put up the ace of spades
at once, he could not prevent de-
clarer rrom setting up one long
spade In the dummy. South would
be able to discard one diamond on
the king of spades, a second on
the long spade, and a third on
the ace or clubs.
In short, the key play came
right at the first trick. Declarer
must not take the ace ot clubs
because he doesn't know Whether i
to discard a spade or a diamond.
What would have happened if
West had opened a diamond In-
stead or the useless club? That, I
Sheardown says, would have wip-
ed the smile right off his face.
Fortunately for enterprising bid-
ders, the opening lead is not al-
ways a killer.
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WOOL IS UP BUT
CARPETS ARE DOWN I
$1300.00 carpets selling
J for $648.00
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LT. COLONEL OSCAR SOLANOS, Minister ot Defense or El
Salvador, and rive other Salvadorlan officers visited the U. S.
Army Caribbean School at Fort Oullck this week. While in
the Weapons Division, Captain Jose M. Torres, Division Chler,
demonstrated and explained the functions or various U. S.
Army weapons. Shown here around a .75 mm recollless rifle
are, clockwise: Captain Torres, Minister Bolanos, Lt. Geo Lo-
pez Lopes. El Salvador's Military Attache to Panama; Lt. Col-
onel Adn Parada. Salvadorlan Army: Lt. Pablo Fiallos, Sal-
vadorlan Armv; Captain Alvaro Rlvas. Salvadorlan Army;
and Colonel Ramon A. Nadal. USA. Chief, U. 8. Army Mission
to El Salvador.
(Official U.S. Army Photo)
It's quite true that wool has
one up a great deal... yet
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possible for their clients l o
obtain beautiful IMPERIAL
DRAGON RUGS, that are
now worth between $1300.00
and $1300.00 In California, for
as low as $$48.00.
CA8A FASTLICH, the Duty-
Free Store, have been able to
do this due to the fact that
they ordered these rugs be-
fore the outbreak of the war
In Korea.
About ten years ago. a sim-
ilar situation developed and
i CASA FASTLICH was then
I able to give their clients a
wonderful break. Canal Zone
residents, who then grabbed
the opportunity, now keep
dropping In at CASA FAST-
L1CH to express their great
pride in possessing tries/
beauties that are now valued
at severaj times the price they
paid.
So. "a word to the wise is
sufficient," don't let this
chance of your life pass by
. buy your IMPERIAL
DRAGON RUG NOW! Budget
terms extended. If you wish.
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FLOOR MATS
RUBBER FELT BACK
CUT TO FIT
Perfect fitting re-
placements .
cut to exact facto-
ry specifications
Rubber ft
backed.
GRILLE GUARDS
TRI-RAIL DDLUXE
DASH TRAYS
exhaust EXTENSIONS
POPULAR MODELS TO FIT ALL CARS!
Exhaust extensions convey harmful and
destructive fume* away from auto and
passengers. Enhances auto appearance.
HIGHLY POLISHED ALUMINUM
W SPLASH FLAPS
Attractive Chrome Plated
ORNAMENTS
Ut 1
New ultra modern design; enhances
appearance, gives smartness to any
estr. Save plenty of grille work-
ASSORTED MODELS
FIT ALL CARS
Collapsible, Folds Flit :
Alt purpose crib 31" long
and 15", wide for home,
auto, seashore, moun-
tains, etc. Made of fine
quality securely stitched
sail cloth mounteji on
sturdy metal frame.
Attractive lamp attaches flush to any
flat surface.
UTILITY, CEILING. SIDF er FLOOB I-asap
14" Vm S" atase
(LAMP-ON
Latest in fendei lamps Lucila
leos chrome stanchion.
4" high red and white
lena.
ALTIMETER
EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTORIST BUT THE CAR.
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF MOTOROLA RADIOS FOR EVERY CAR.
1951
Motorola
INVERSIONES GENERALES ^'1
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rOR SALE
Automobile*
fOR-SALE: Nosh 4 Door Sedon
1946, originol owner Stotes title,
radio, conditioned oir, new seat
cover, tires flood, mechanically
perfect, only apply if willing to pay
p what you get insured. 2-2746.
FOR SALE
Household
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE:Ice box. good condition,
holds 100 lbs. ice. $15.00. Boys
coat, new, color grey, size 12 Yrs.
Ladies wool coot, new, color creom,
tizo 20. Phone 6-5.41.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick Special
SBlanette, l*:s than 1 1,000 miles,
radio, seot covers, under-coated.
Fine condition, $1,200. Call Bal-
boo.2300.__________________________
FOR SALE:Studeboker Club Coupe
1941. good tires. Body foir, O K
for transportation. Price $150.00.
FOR SALE: "Whirlpool" washing
machine, 25 cycle. Productos Fluo-
rescentes, No. 1, Vio Espaa.
FOR SALE:State eorly, American
maple studio couch, like new. Call
after 5:00 p. m. 0560 A. Chagres
St. Ancon, phone 2-3646.
Coll 2-2746
FC. SALE:1947 Pontiac sedanetle.
Radio, defroster, undercooling, oil
filter. Telephone Albrook 2100.
FOR SALE:Ciningroom suite $60;
metal bedroom suite, $55; book
shelves $5; girl's Hercules bicycle
$30; Magic Chef $75. like new;
7 CU. ft. Frigidoite 60 cycles; 4
Chinese carved chest, teak ond
camphor; 4 small Persian ond Chi-
nese rugs; mahogany buffet-Chino
cabinet combinotion; Misc. house-
hold item. Apply Apt. 7. Arboix
Bldfl. 5th ond Front Sts.. Colon.
FOR SALE:50 Pontiac Catalina. poR SALE:Lattice fence for Du-
Hydramatic, rodio, w/ sidewalls. j p|ex house, mahogany drop-leaf
Exce"' condition. Phone Curun-! toble. Chinese rug, nests of tables,
du 6216. twin beds, lamps and mlscella-
rrr .... .... r ~T~ ~TT I neous items. House 0552-A. Cha-
-fOR SUE:-.941 Ford Sedan duly, s, Ancon
r-V. excellent running condition,. *____________.________________------
"00. House 9065 Apt. A, cqr SALE:7 piece Rattan oil or
end Sonto Isobel Avenue, Co- separate. Step-on garbage pail.
sma'l mirror. 19 3 7 Hudson
9* yew bore a drinkin aMoblen?
Write Alcoholic Aaonyatoaa
oi 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
I drill woter well. Coll 3-0931.
Chorles J. Hilbert.
FOR ALfc
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Contax Camera, len 2,
speed 1.250 second; $150.00.
Feto Briz, Avenida "B" No. 40,
upstairs.
FOR SALE:_R. M. E. 45 Communi-
cations Receiver, 25-60 cycle,
with record ployer changer ond
G: E. varioble Reluctance Pick-up.
House 479-B. Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.
RESORTS
Phillip. Beach cottages, Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gramlich's Santa Cloro beach-
cottage Electric ice boxes, gas
doves, moderte 'ates Phone 6-
541 ot 4-567
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottage.
Two bedrooms, Frlgidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE: Studebaker 1938. 4,
door sedan. Tires proctically new.;
Good transportation. House 479-.
B. Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.
FOR SALE:1940 Ford Ponel Truck.
9 ft. Wetmghouse refrigerator. 3
.years old; boy' bicycle, mohogany
dining table, small mahogany table,
3 office chairs, 2' wicker chairs,
lomps. 9x15 linoleum. Lawn-
mower, steel cabinet ond table,
book-case with pocket novels,
other household articles. House
712 Cocoli. Phone 4-123
FOR RENT:Modern three bedroom
Cholet at Golf Heights, completely
equipped for two months, tele-
phone 3-0533 or 3-2694, Mr.
Abod.
FOR RENT:3 beedroom cholet In
Bella Visto. Best location, 'garage,
servants quarters, 3 bathrooms.
Tel. 2-2260 or 3-1905.
FL SALE: 1C36 Chrysler four, _~Z
Coupe. 620-C. Cocoli.

dcor sedan, good condition, B.I25. cqr SALE:9 cubic feet Westing-
^0. Lo Boca Rood 902 Apt. C. Tel. house refrigerator. 2 years guar-
2-1942. antee, mohogony table and four
choirs. 16" Westinghouse. Electric
fin ond other miscellaneous house-
hold goods. 5624 Hecker Place.
Diablo. Tel. 2-2709. _______
FOR SALE:Set of dishes, set of
silver, wardrobe trunk, 4 hond
made bedspreads, vases, plants,
household articles. House 1502-A
Balboa.
FOR SALE:Leaving, must sell Im-
mediately. 37 Dodge business
ccupr. good transportation, rea-
oncble. Phone Cocoli 4.220.
' WANTEDFord 4 Door Sedan 1946.
Ford 4 Door Sedan 1947. Ford 4
Dcor Sedan 1948. Call SAS Ser-
vice Stotion. Telephone 3-0035,
Panamo.
. Gafun Commissary
FOR SALE:Puppies, good breed 6
weeks old. 9th Street Parque Lt-
fevre, Barriada Panama Amrica.
Vilar fomlly.
FOR~SALE:Record Player $10.00;
Motors, 3-4 H. P. $30.00; 3 H. P.
$45.00. oil 25 cycle; 7.5 H. P.
60 cycle 3 Phose S5Q.00; Auto-
mobile wheel aligning equip. $15--
00; Porto-Power hydraulic equip.
$20.00. 1445-A, Balboa 2-3630.
FOR SALECarrier 3-4 ton Air Con-
ditioner. $150.00. Phone 3-2506.
FOR RENT:Modern residence Du-
plex, 2 bedroom alcove. All con-
venience, moderte rent, 3 mile
from Bellas Vista. Beautiful park,
centennial trees. Tranisthmian
highway, fellow companils border.
Call for appointment ulephone 3-
1484.

Opens In Clubhouse
Tuertar. J* 3
FOR SALE:Diningroom set, good
condition, leaving country. Reason-
able price. 33rd Street No. 34
i downstairs).
FOR SALE: Diningroom set. end
tables, rotton. bamboo coffee
table baby's crib for cor. Bedroom
set, phone 694-J. House 9085.
10th and Roosevelt Apt. 4.
FOR SALE:Or trade for a motor-
cycle, a 16 ft speed boat, trailer
ond 22 H. P. Johnson motor. Phone
3-2506.
The Oatun Pommi."" wll' he
In operation In Its new location
in tlie Clubhouse Bulldln on Ju- refrigerator
lv 3. according to Information
from the Commissary Division.
Fot-merlv located In a separate
building, the Ooramlssarv will be
moved to the kitchen and dlnine
oom areas of the Clubhouse, be-
ilnd the soda fountain.
FOR SALE:Diningroom table ond
four chairs $20.00. Livingrqom
stuffed chair $10.00 and S3.50. j
Lorge mahogany bookcose $7.50.!
China closet of mahogany and
gloat $50.00. Large gas stove
$60.00. Westinghouse 7 cu. ft. j
$150.00. New Apex;
woshing mochine $150.00. Solid
rnohogahy double bed with coil-
soing and innerspring mottress.
S50.00. Also other items. House
9065. Apt. A. 7th and Santo Isa-
be1 Avenue. Colon.
FOR SALE:9 1-2 Cu. Ft. 25-cycle
Westinghouse refrigerator, porce-
lain inside and out, all new ins-
ulation, in excellent shape. Unit
4 yrs. old. Excellent buy for $100.
00. Drafting table, complete with
$75.00 drafting machine, trac-
ing glass and lights, $50.00. Cush-
mon scooter motor block, reboied
to .060" oversize, with new pis-
ton, rings, wrist pin. connecting
rod. new side plat, com shaft &
bearings, valves, valve springs,
push rods and guides, $35.00. 2-
pairs, guards for 1949 Chryslers for
BARGAIN for four months Spa-
clous, well situated house in Bella
Vista, three bedrooms; hot water,
linen, Chino, etc.. fully, funished.
good garden. Fcr further informa-
tion call Panoma 2-2766 in busi-
ness hours.
FOR RENT
Apartment*
F0R RENT:Independent opartment
two bedrooms, livmgroom, dining-
room, kitchen, porch, bathroom.
102-A. Teatro Eden St. Carrasquilla
phone 2-3318.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. Kjh
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground' floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I San An-
tonio apartmems, osk for key,
new house apartment, upper floor'.
Rent $103 00. or coll Zubieto 3-
1716
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAW
Can be might; bandy to
have around the house
and In .roar car.
We hare a large Assortment
of Kindt and Sizes.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Aye. Tel. S-1148
Enthusiasm Here High For
Premiere Of Ballet Russe
Talented and beautiful Nana
Qollner charmed a large and en-
thusiastic audience of Isthmian
balletomalnes last night in the
first of her three performances
at the National Theater.
The young dancer already has
the distinction of being the first
American to receive top billing
in a Ballet Russe company. At
Mr & Mrs Canal Zone:
ret ci'shiun sLir-iovtJU) pa
RE-UPHOLSTERING nil u> er vlalt
our bow-room Cuatem belli (artil-
lare our iperiallty See out Drro-
rator'e raerle. Tree Ratfanatee. NA-
TIONAL UPHOLSTERY (A. Hem) J
P. ee la Ossa No. 77 (Auto Ron)
New Telephone S-4SZ8
LEICA CAMERAS
Model Ulf Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW 0.8. PRICE8.
Direct C.Z. Shipment
At Factor Prleea.
PORRAS
Plata 6 d.- Mayo
Panam. R P.
grill and trunk worth $50.00, will FOR RENT:Semi furnished apart -
take $23.00 fo both pairs. One
battery charger. 25-60 Cvcle. for
six batteries. 535.00 with extra
bulb. Call Al Joyce. Balboo 2-
3069.
FOR SALE:Four new tires 6:00 x
IS, 4-p'y. Phone Cristobal 3-
2316.
FO~ R$ALE;-M,scellaneus household FOR SALE:Trailer 2 wheel., hea-
Remodelins: of the nre Into
which the Commlssarv will he
moved has teen In progress for
a "-out a month.
furnishing, kitchen utensils, books.
596 Bohio Place, Mindi St. Ancon.
Tel. 2-3713.
Pance. Floor-Show
To HeM Julv 3
At Polboa Garden
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:To buy parts from your
old G. E. Monitor-top refrigerator.
House 0821 Plank Street. Phone
Balboa 1385.
v" d'itv. 6 x 4 ft. box, wood. 60.-
00. Box 52, Curundu.
FOR SALE:Baby carriage ond small
crib, practically new. House 2-
2565, Balboa.
FOR SALE:American flags 3x5
51.50. 4x6 $1.95. International
Bazoar, 76 Central Avenue, Pan-
ami.
ment with Frigidoire, gos stove on
Son Francisco Highway 120, near
Roosevelt Theatre. Inquire house
in rear.
FOR RENT:Aportment 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, kitchen, to
sr^jll respectable family. Apply
Via Espaa 106, Apt. 5, acrois
police booth.
FOR RENT:Nice apartment for
married couple or bachelor. Apply
Perejil No. 7 "Morlo." Tel. 3-
1404.
FOR RENT: Furnished one room
opartment, 50 dollar and 70 dol-
lars, also two bedroom opartment,
Tel. 3-1648.
All arrangements have been WANTED TO RENT-Modern cho-
comnleted for the crand dance
and floor-show which will be he'd
bv the Hotel El Panama employes
Julv 3 at the Bulboa Garden mot
Te-racei from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Marcelino Alvarez and his
Mambo Kings will furnish the
music. Camilo Rodriguez and
Carlos Vasquez will do the sing-
in".
Some of the best local perform-
er- will apoear In the floor-show.
Semi-formal attire Is reovested.
Admission n'lces are Si,50 for
men and $0.25 for ladles.

For Your Home
SWEET HOME
only the best Is good
enough. We offer you
the very best In
Construction Material.
Lumber,
SHERWIN WILLIAM
. PAINTS
and everything you need
for that important Job.
S3 North Ave. Tel. 2-ld
No. S Martin Sota Street
Tel. 3-1 4
let, furnished cr not furnished In
exclusive residentiol district, con-
taining 3 to 4 bedrooms; 2 main
bothrooms; living and diningroom;
kitchen, moid's and laundry quar-
ters; garage with proper lawn
spoce, Ca'l Panoma 2-3036 during
office hours.
FOR SALE:Riding horse. gelding
oboi't seven years old, pentle,
$165.00. With saddle and bridle.
Phone 5-230. ______________
FOR SALE:Child's fence. 4 family
ouarters $13, Thoyer high choir,
$8. lawn choir. $3, Phone Cocoli.
4-220.______________________________
Position Offered
FOR RENT:Small furnished aport-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43 rd Street
No. 13._____________ _
FOR RENTOne bedroom opartment.
52nd Street No. 18 ineor Pan-
ama Hotel. Inquire opartment 8.
jutt arrived
Leica Mghtmettr
Laica tripod
e Hector lenses
Leica carrying casts
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adlotnlni International Hotel)
er Cimera tere
(Lobby Hotel "El Panama")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 rivoli Ave ADI l
Olftce: Tel. -S3S7 Home 3-47
HOURS: Monday Ihro trida
lo 12 a.D)
Monday. Wednesday. rhuMdaj
lo 8 a.m
Saturday am lo I m
VFW Honors
Newsmen At
Tivoli Breakfast
Members of the local press
were honored this morning with
a breakfast at the Hotel Tivoli
given by the Veterans of Foreign
Wars Commander E. J. Eglinton.
Eglinton. the recently re-elect-
ed Department Commander, ex-
pressed hii appreciation for the
whole-hearted cooperation that
the organization has received
from the local newspapers. His
suggestion for future bi-monthly
round table discussions with the
various civic organizations in the
Zone was well received.
Present at the affair were pub-
lic Information officers of the
Army. Navy and Panam Canal
as well as local news representa-
tives. Walter E. White, Eglinton's
Chief of Staff, assisted.
Schneider Called
To Philadelphia
By Mother's Death
J. H 8crmelder. Secretary to
Governor Newcomer, will leave
today on the SS. Cristobal fol-
lowlne notification of the death
of his mother. Mrs. Henry
Schneider of Philadelphia.
Funeral ser v i c es for Mrs.
Schneider will be held Thursday
In PhiladelDhla Schneider wi"
be away from the Isthmus abou1
three weeks.
WANTED:Retired couple to serve
a eoretokers and salesmen ot Co-
ronado Beach Chonce to own
home. Commission an small sala-
ry. For information Kline Bal-
boa 2819 evenings or aoply ot Co-
ronado Beoch 49 mile away,
weekends.
FOR SALE
Roalf & Motora
FOR SALE:One boat 14 feet with
motor Johnson. 22 H.P. model 15.
in very good condition, quite new.
Fcr nformotion opply Bodego Tro-
pical, Central Avenue, corner J.
Street. Phone 2-3203.
FOT RENT
Koimiei
FOR RENT:Independent ond fur-
nished room. Excellent location,
near Panama Americon, Darien St.
No. 5, apartment 4. Tel. 2-3189.
FOR RENT:Furnished rcom, gas &
Frigidoire. 4th of July Ave. ro. 7,
upstairs.
FOR RENT:Large furnished room
bolcony. moid service, refrigerotor.
bachelor or couple preferred. Phone
2-4448.
FOR SALE
Real Ertatr
FOR SALE:Diesel Workboat. 50 ft
30 tons. 113 H P. Diesel Boot.
'.yZ'^ C^nD^h"^ FOR SALE:-R.frqu
FOR SALE:Home of Sonto Clara.
furniehed. eelctric ice box, go
LOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP
Trained Operators
Reasonable Prices
e Air-Conditioned
EL PANAMA HOTEL
o
Mrs. Peterson Dies
In St. Croix Falls
Mrs. Slgrid Peterson, mother of
Mrs. F. R. Johnson of Balboa
Heights, died Thursday noon in
the hospital at St. Croix Falls,
Wisconsin. She was 66 years old.
Mrs. Peterson lived with Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson for about two
vears from 1947 t 1949 and since
leaving the Canal Zone has lived
with her daughter, Mrs. Earl
Sanford, in St. Croix Falls.
Mrs. Johnson has been with
her mother in 8t. Croix Falls
since May and Mr. Johnson will
leave by ship July 3 and will visit
his mother In California before
joining his wife in Wisconsin.
Besides Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.
, Sanford, Mrs. Peterson's survlv-
ronge, garoge, terms to responsible ors include one other daughter.
porty Inspection any time. Phone! Mrs. Ira Solenberger of Mar-
6-541. quette. Michigan and one son,
Friedman Named
Assistant To S&S
Director of PC
Paul H. Friedman has been
named Assistant to the Supply
and Service Director to serve as
liaison between 8uppry and Serv-
ice units on the Isthmus and the
New York and Washington offi-
ces of the Panama Canal Com-
pany and to make studies of the
organization, procedures and ac-
counting In the Bureau on the
Isthmus.
Announcement of the appoint-
ment was made yesterday by L.
B. Moore, Supply and Service Di-
rector.
Mr. Friedman has served as
Administrative Assistant in the
Division of Storehouses for about
six years.
He has recently worked on sev-
eral special studies for the Sup-
ply and Service Bureau. He has
spent considerable time this year
In the Washington office and at
T.V.A. Installations and else-
where in the United States in
connection with studies of pur-
chasing and accounting proce-
dures. '
He was one of the Canal-Rail-
road representatives to the Sec-
ond Junior Management Intern
Program in Washington in 1950.
Mr. Friedman was first employed
by the Canal organization in No-
vember 1941. He came to the
Isthmus from Washington. D.C.,
where he had been employed in
the Public Bjoads Administration
and the Department of Com-
merce.
He served as clerk and princi-
pal clerk In the Division of Store-
houses until March 1945 when he
was named Administrative As-
sistant.
He was bom in Richmond, New
York. He is a graduate of New
York City College and has done
graduate work at Harvard Uni-
versity School of Business Ad-
ministration. George Washington
University Law School and Ame-
rican University in Washington.
US Steel Corp. Is
Asked To Hall Cop
Killings Of Negroes
ATLANTA.June30 (UP) -The
National Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored People said
today It will ask the U.S. Steel
Corp. to "exert Influence In stop-
ping the recurrent police killings
of Innocent Negroes In Birming-
ham."
The association's board of di-
rectors said it will ask the steel
company to put pressure on the
Birmingham police department
through Its subsidiary, the Ten-
nessee Coal. Iron and Railroad
Co.
The report by the directors said
"the Birmingham police depart-
ment has established a shame-
less record for dally disregard of
the elementary rights and the
personal safety of Negroes."
It said further that "because of
the economic position of the
Tenn. Coal and Iron Co.. in Bir-
mingham it bears a grave social
responsibility In regard to the
maintenance of decent standards
of law enforcement."
once relaxed and precise, with
well-set head and shoulders as
well as long gracefully propor-
tioned legs, Miss Gollner has the
making of a ballerina in topflight
tradition.
She shared honors with first
balarin Paul Petrof falso a cho-
reographer. ,
Last night performance/was in
honor of President Alclbiades
Arosemena, and Mrs. Arosemena,
who were In the presidential box
with members of their family.
President Arosemena acknowl-
edged the gesture by presenting
Miss Qollner with a large basket
of flowers tied with the tri-color
of the national flag.
The audience Included a rep-
resentative cross-section of offi-
cial, social and cultural groups of
both Panam and the Canal
Zone.
Herbert ere Castro, is sponsor-
ing the ballet series.
Starting with the oft-danced
"Swan Lake" without which no
ballet company ventures on any
road, the program was balanced
by two numbers in the modern
idiom.
Departing from the usual un-
relieved white of the swan cos-
tumes, ballerina and her six sup-
porting dancersall American
girlswore pale flesh tones
which added warmth to an effec-
tive performance of Act II of the
plcturization of the swan legend.
Petroff's version of earlier cho-
reography by Petipas and Ivanov
started a number of entre-acte
discussions after the curtain fell.
Many spectators found "Swan
Lake" the high point of last
night's program, but others de-
rived more enjoyment from the
spirited performance of "Chez
Maxim" a rowdy cafe number in
which a French ballerina drops
in at a side street bistro and stays
to revel with the habitues. It
achieved some of the atmosphere
of a Toulouse-Lautrec poster.
Between the two was "Prosce-
nio" an abstract number In four
garts, danced to music by John
tewart McLenman, with Inter-
esting choreography by Paul Pe-
troff. Black, with sharp spots of
high color, was used effectively
to paint an on-sta*;eiseries of ka-
leldescope effects.
Tonight's program starting at
8:15 calls for two acts of the fam-
iliar "Giselle," the passionate
love pantomime "Destiny," danc-
ed to Tchaikowsky's 5th Sympho-
ny, with choreography by Mas-
slfie.
Sunday night there will prob-
ably be another act of "Swan
Lake," with "Don Quijote," to the
music of Minkus, and another
number to be chosen.
fer .buys it Phone
Gomboa 6-322.
Paul Parker,
Help Wanted
WANTED:Good cook for American
erla "Griffs"
situated at No. I Q St. and Cen-
tral Ave Inquire at Foto Bennett
181 Control Ave.
I.FSSONS
couple Must not sleep in. 49, 50th : Modern Piano Playing! A new ropid
Eost Street downstair.
IT'S A
DOG'-S
rVLRlG
practical ystem which will cost
you les ond save your time. Ear
or note. Beginners or advon'-ed.
Bennett's Studio. Juan B. Soso No.
9. &3X 3142, Tel. 2-1282.
I iiCROSBY lANcr OLSON ;
I chl'sCOBURN-uthHUSSEY ;
Coming To The
BELLA VISTA Theatre
Oscar, who lives in Illinois.
Old Police Station
Put Up For Sale
The old Balboa Police Station,
which has been used since 1938
as a girl's dormitory for the Ca-
nal Zone Junior college, is being
offered for sale and demolition.
Bids for the building will be
received in the office of the Su-
perintendent of Storehouses at
Balbor until 10:30 a.m. July 9.
The old building was construct-
ed originally at Empire in 1900
and was moved to its present lo-
cation in November 1914. The
police moved tc the present Bal-
boa Central Station in 1938. af-
ter which the building was used
by the Girl Scouts, the Silver
Personnel Bureau and the Li-
cense Bureau.
The building. No. 708. Is sched-
uled for removal 45 days from the
date of purchase.
Navy PBM Plunges
Into Sea After
Takeoff, 8 Dead
KEY WBST, Bla.. June SO (UP)
Eight Navy fliers perished but
one escaped with a broken leg
yesterday when a twin-engine
patrol bomber slammed into th
ocean shortly after takeoff.
The plane flipped over on Its
back In 12 feet of water about a
mile from President Truman's
vacation White House here.
The bodies of all three officers
and five enlisted men killed were
recovered.
Chief aviation ordnance man
Ralph Draper, 28, of Dobbs Fer-
ry, N. Y., was the sole survivor of
the accident. The Navy said he
was thrown clear of the plane as
it hit the water. He suffered
broken leg and minor shock.
A Navy court of inquiry was
convened immediately under
Capt. 8. J. Lawrence, commander
of the fleet All Weather Training
Unit, Atlantic, to determine the
cause of the crash.
Witnesses of the accident said
the plane rose to about 100 feet
above the.water after taking off
from the naval seaplane base
when Its right wing dipped
sharply. The big PBM spiraled
into the ocean in a matter of sec-
onds.
The tail of the craft and part
of one wing protruded from the
surface to guide Navy and Coast
Guard crash .boats that rushed
to the scene within a few mln
utes.
The crash occurred a short dis-
tance from where a four-engine
Cubana airliner and a Navy plane
collided April 25, carrying 43 per-
sons to their death. Four Navy
fliers aboard a Navy training
plane and 39 persons aboard the
commercial plane perished In the
sea.
Odd Jobs Never Stump
Student Work Service
PITTSBURGH (UP) June 30
Allan M. Reece, student em-
ployment service director at the
Pennsylvania State College,
didn't. even lift an eye hrow
when he was asked to supply
someone to take care of some
Pigs.
He's used to unusual requests.
A woman asked for help. Re-
quests for baby sitters, of
course, are numerous and the
service finds the customers
don't care whether they're male
or female. But they prefer
someone Who has had experi-
ence with a baby brother or sis-
ter.
.
From
Scotland
In 2 More Years
It'll Be Clean
LINCOLN. Neb. June SO (UP)
If you think you have trouble
with your spring house cleaning,
consider Nebraska's state house
custodian, Harold Hullfish.
Hullflsh and his workmen have
undertaken the Job for washing
the interior stone walls of the
captol for the first time in It
18-year history.
The workmen estimate they
will finish the Job in "about two
more years."
Town May B Bone Dry
But Graveyard Isn't
WEST UNION, O.. June 38 (UP)
Trustees of a local cemetery
wish the beer and whiskey drink-
ers of this "dry" county seat
town would stop using the grave-
yard as a drinking spot.
The trustees said more than a
truck load of whiskey bottles and
beer cans were hauled from the
cemetery.
They asked indirectly that If
the cemetery had to be used for
drinking purposes would the im-
bibers please haul away their
bottles and cans.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 31. 1151
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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DEPARTING NAVY COUPLES HONORED
Three nay families, who are leaving nest week for duty
In the United States, were honored with a bon voyage cock-
tail party and buffet supper given by Commander and Mrs.
R. C. Ray at their quarters on the Coco Solo Naval Station,
Tbarsday evening. -m '
The honorees were: Commander and Mrs. C. H. Brandt,
Lieutenant and Mrs. D. L. Andrus and Lieutenant (Jg) and
Mrs. A. S. Pederson.
The other guests were: Captain'of-town visitors will be charged
uidMr. C. M. Dumbauld. Com- 50 cents for their dinner.
.nander and Mrs. Mason Morris.--------
Lt Dick Van der Kay and Jack Ray. Banquet
Dinner Compliments
Army and Navv Officials
Mr. and Mrs. Charles perrett
entertained with a dinner party
at their Coica residence Thurs-
day evening honoring the com-
manding officer of the Atlantic
Sector. Colonel James E. Bowen.
Jr.. and Mrs. Bowen and the
commanding officer of the Coco
Solo Naval Stations. Captain L.
L. Koepke, and Mrs Koepke
The other guests were the
American Consul and Mrs Chas.
Whitaker. Major and Mrs. Byron
Kin?. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mot-
ta Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perrett.
Jr., Miss Collette Perrett and
Mr. James-L Fernandez.
A large group of Legionnaires
and their ladles crossed the Isth-
mus Thursday evening to attend
the banquet given at Ihe Hotel
Tlvoll by the American Legion
Department of Panama Canal
Zone to honor their National
Commander. Earl Cocke. who is
visiting on the Isthmus with his
aide. John Sheffield.
Those who attended from the
Gold Coast were: Nelson Magner,
Surprise Party for
Reverend Finn
Gatun Post Office
Moves To Clubhouse
Saturday, July 14
The Gatun Post office will be
transferred to the Clubhouse
' The parishioners of the Church j trans erred to vne ciubnouse
of the Holy Familv in Margarita Building July 14. according to ln-
surprisecfRev William Finn. CM. jformation from the Postal Cus-
surp .
with a bon voyage party given in
the Reception Hall of the church.
Rev. Finn is leaving by plane
Julv 9 for New York for an inde-
finite stay
, Durint the evening a wa"et
and key ring were presented the
honoree by the members of the
parish, fifty of whom attended
the party.
National Committee man from
the Department and L. I, Rit-
chie, alternate: Waldo Ollley.
vice commander of the Atlantic
Side; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Agulrre,
Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Griffon,
Homer McCarty.Mr. Hanson Jo-
seph Watson, Mr. Faulkner, C.
B. Jones. Commander of Post 3,
Sergeant at Arms of the Depart-
ment, John L. McDermott and
Mrs. McDermott. Mr. and Mrs.
William Middlemas. Commander
of Post 3, Mr. Russell T. Mann
and Mrs. Mann. Captain C E.
Goehegan and C B. Jones.
Rosary Altar Society Notice
The Rosary Altar Society of the
Church of the Holy Family In
Margarita will receive commun-
ion in a body Sunday. July l at
the 7:30 mass.
torn.'; and Immigration Division.
It is now expected that the
move will be made on Saturday,
Julv 14. when the postoffice
would be closed, and will be in
operation in the new location the
following Monday. July 18.
The postoffice is now located In
' BuTfet'refreshments were serv- the basement of a bachelor qnar-
ed from a table centered with ters building. No 215 and will be
red exoria flanked bv green tap- transferred to the Clubhouse ti-
er, in silver holders. formerly used as bowling al-
The committee In charge of ar- levs-
rarr-ements included: Mrs. Jane I
Wetzel, Mrs. Faye Wheeler. Mrs.
James Reccia. Mrs. Marguerite
St-homraer. Mrs. Charles Rellly.
Mrs. John Ridge. Sr.. and Mrs.
Cyrus Field.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Lew
En Route to California
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Levy, who
have resided in Colon for the past
twelve years, sailed on the Huida
Maersk for San Francisco. They
plan an indefinite stay in the
United States.
Cocktail Party
Miss Elizabeth Lembke and
Miss Hope Menendez wee co-
hostesses for a cocktail party
given at the Nurses Quarters on
Washington Drive.
The guests included the mem-
bers of the Nursing Staff of Colon
Hospital, some of whom are leav-
in* for vacation* in the States..,
Miss Syse Returns to States
Miss Sarah Syse. who has spent
the past month visiting her sis-
ter and brother-in-law. Mr and
Mrs. Ralph Graham of Gatun,
left bv plane yesterday en route
to her home in Minneapolis.
NEW ARRIVALS
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"Renate" .
"Monika" ,
"Cora" .
"Isabel" ,
"Angela" .
"Maxima"
3.50
4.50
5.95
7.95
8.25
9.75
$10.95
$12.00
$15.95
$
$
$
Assorted colors.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
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Festivities Planned
for Fourth in Gatun
Final plans have been made for
the annual Community Fourth
of July celebration In Gatun.
The day's activities are as fol-
lows: The flag raising ceremony
will be held at the Fire Station at
8:00 a.m. Representatives of the
American Legion. Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Boy Scouts. Girl
Scouts. Brownies and all members
of the community are Invited to
participate.
A swimming meet will be held
at the Gatun pool from 9:00 a.m.
to 12:00 m. Lunch will be served
at the Block House at 12:30 p.m.
A free movie "Yankee Doodle
Dandy" will be shown at the
Clubhouse at 3:00 p.m.
In the evening a dance for the
adults will be held at the plav-
shed. All residents of Gatun. who
have paid their 1951 Civic Council
Dues are invited to participate in
these activities. Guests and out-
li e.
Panam
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Coln
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Embezzling Teller
Arrested On Return
From Honeymoon
KNOXVILLE, Term., June 30
(UP)A newlywed young bank
teller said today he robbed the
till for nearly two years and fin-
ally had to take $20.00-0 to cover
his earlier embezzlements so they
wouldn't be discovered on his
wedding eve.
The honeymoon ended both
ways for Kenneth M. Frazer, 2S,
of Maryvllle, Tenn. FBI agents
arrested him yesterday as he re-
turned with his bride from their
wedding trip,
"I just didn't want to spoil
things before my wedding," ex-
plained Frazer in defense of the
charge that he missapproprlat-
ed $20,000 cash from the Hamil-
ton National Bank the day before
his June 9 wedding.
Examiners found $3.500 cash In
a sack in Frazer's cage and the
evidence prompted him to con-
fess responsibility for the $20.000
shortage although another teller
had been suspected. He said he
used the other $16.500 to cover
hts earlier peculations.
Counsel for Frazer, a 60 per
cent disabled veteran who fought
In the Battle of the Rhine, said
he spent some of the originally
embezzled money on friends and
paid $1.800 down on a home at
nearby Maryvllle.
Frazer's bride, shapely ex-ste-
nographer Sara Fisher, and his
Barents stood beside him at his
earing In U. 8. District Court.
His father is a former executive
vice-president of Knoxvllle Ne-
gro College. The Frazers are
white.
Frazer pleaded guilty and was
held in $1,000 ball. He waived
grand Jury action and will be
sentenced after further Investi-
gation.
The FBI said it doubted If Fra-
Teeth Ahead of Months
ST. LOUIS. (UP) Deborah
Ann Sargent has more teeth
than she is months old. The
seven-month-old child Is growm*
her eighth tooth. She had her
first tooth when only two
months' old.
er'a bride knew anything about
his embezpllnp. The girl went in-
to seclusion after the hearing.
British Soldiers Face
Courtmartial In Korea
SEOUL, une 29 (UP) Eleven
Royal Northumberland Fusiliier*
will be tried by field general
courtmartial tomorrow en
charges of refusing to obey
orders, tiie British Army an-
nounced hee.
The 11 are charged with
refusing to parade for training
purposes after returning from a
patrol.
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FACE EIGHT
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAU.T NEWSPjEPEB
Saturday, june n, iki
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERRYA
LEAKY AIR BRAKE
Catholic
(Latea below are the Catholic Church
CK City. the Cathedral of the Ira-
fcgruuie Conception In Colon, and num-
erata) Mrlih church In both clues, wel-
om Bngllsh spesKlng visitors, thrash
flair congregation a.-e orlmarlly Span-
Mi-the hinc I
". ST. MARY'S CHURCH
Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday Mease: *:00. 1.00. COO.
ano u HM a.m. ,
Beneclclion Sunday: 5:00 p.m.
10:00
AIRED HEART CHAPEL, Anca,.C.Z
Ancon Boulevard, Phone 2-U43
Sunday Masses: 0:00. 7 JO C30 ejn
.illy Mass: b 00 a in.
Holydav Masses: :00. I:S0 m and
12:Ul i'm
Benediction: Friday: 7:30 p.m
Confessions Thursdays before Ule 1st
fndy. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Evety Saturday: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.: 7:00
*Catheehiem Clan. Grade School Child
rt8m5yiacuD:-PHmgh Schoo. Student
"g^'uSA?1**** pjn
Canel Zone Council ol Catholic Nur
ry Ind and 4th Thursday 7 JO pm
Churches ef ha many MtRB'ta 1*0 Canal Zaaie). end the
terminal cities Pea.ma ad C*n, Repaelic at Panama. -
tend a -elcame at all Hina ro man .na- wM" a rha armed
eervkes. and to civilian neighbor., trienal ana ''"tori.
Aa a public service, the Pneme Amanean lleta below, ay
deneminatiem, notice! e hour! at watahlB *" atfcaf reaalar a-
Crvltitlfl
Liitinai af Urfat denominetioni ara la alphabetical arder,
which recetad tram rima t. timo. DanaaataaHa. harlat oar,
., ., two cenar.,eti.n. ara ItatW under "Otbei Churches And
Sarvkaa." A speciel lutin, n included tar lemcei at Army pagH.
Air Parca baiei and Naval afatlan*.
Miniiten. eharcb aacratariai and chipien ara eekeaj to **>
farm the news lagk Wednesday neon at the latee at any
change, far the cernas Saturday! cfcureh gage.
Episcopal
MBACULOUB MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and Q St.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses: 7. I and 10:30 a.m
Weekday Man: 1:30 a.m.
Sunday School after the o'clock Maw
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Holiday Masses: and S am
CorieeiioKi- Hoaary. nightly 7:00 PJ
Mnndav 3 and 7 pm
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev. John Tumelty C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays, Confessions. Communion
Sunday Mass 1:00 am
Weekday Masses Thursday and Satin
Say 7:00 a m.
Holiday Masa CO" a.m
Monday 7:00 p m
S-.inday Mass 7;00 am
Confessions Satuiday J0 to 7 00 Dm
CHURCH Or an. VINCENT Dr PAUl
(Vlacentian Fathers)
K" Street, Panama City
Masses. Sunday a.m (high rnass). A
I'M a m Sunday school conducted Dy
Msryknoll Sinters, after the second Mass.
Weekday am.: Holiday and a.
a.in
Confessions Saturday ** c o.m
* Evening uevotlona. Rosary each day
at V pm.. Miraculous Medal Novena al
7 p.m Friday: conven classes 7:30 o m
Monday and Thursday
Catheclm Class 10 4 to 11:4 am
Sunday
Benediction 1:00 pm
Holy Day Mass 00 a.m
fOCO SLITO PLAY1HKD
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn. CM.
THE CATHEDRA!- 0* J LUB.B
Tlie Rt. Re R. Habar Oooden. Bishop
The Very Rev. Raymond T. Ferris. Dean
7 JO a.m. Holy Communion
9:30 am. Cathedral School.
10:43Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com-
munion and Sermon.) ____
7:00 p.m.Evening Prayar and Sermon.
CRISTOBAL. R.P.___._
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
ltd Bl. near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A. Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7 JO am
Church School C30 a.m.
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 0 am.
(H.C. Hrst Sunday In the month I
Young People's Vesoer Service 4:30
Wednesday. Holy Communion gJO p.m.
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 ajn.
A House of Prayer for all people
Jewish
Jewish Welfare Board, Bldg, JW-X- La
Boca Road. Balboa, C.Z lUbbi Nathan
Within director.
Service on Friday. 7 JO pjmi
(See also listings of Jewish sehvlce
under Posta. Bases and Stations.)
Congregation Kol Sbeirith Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and Sth. Street, Bella Vista.
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merfald.
Services on Friday. I PJn.
Boyd Baptist. _
Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:30 pju Serving
she Lord's Supper at both Sacvlcas Sun
ay School at MM p m.
La Boea, C. I. Divine
. and 7:3
SSJ assRBapi M *:v Dm.
Now Hope. Chiva-Chiva, C.Z.. Divina
iervlcea ll:0 am. Sunday Sonool at
1:00 pjb.
Gamboa. C.Z., Divine Services at 11M
ajn. and 7:30 p.m. with Sunday School
t 3:00 p.m. -
R4, Sunday School at
lo Abalo,
t:a p'.m.
COCOLI HAPT1IT CHURCH
Building SOS, Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School .............. :4S ajn.
Preaching Services ........ 10:4t a in
Training Union.............. :00 pm
Preaching Services ......... 7 :M p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. ovary Monday
Midweek Prayar Servlc ... 7:00 ever*
Monday evening.
Lutheran
Church of St
COCOLI
Andrew
p.m
Sunday Mass ............
Holy Day Mass ..........
Sunday School -------.:
Services Thursday nights
Cnrrfessinn before Mas
7:4S ajn
:00 in
:4S a.m
7:45 or
CHURCH O THE HOLi t A Mil
Margarita. CZ
Rev William J Finn. CM.
_____'........ *...... .i
BBS, JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th and Broadway
mn*. Rev. J Raymon Mchate. CM
AtaUUtnt. Rev. George Browne. CM
' Sundav Mw :? :00 a
Wrekl> Masse : : "
First Frld:. Masse &:4S ni
Ri.uiisi.i Sunday .. 4:0" om
Miraculous Medal Novena service- even
Wea icsdav at 1 and 7:00 p.m
Nnvena nl Ihe Sacred Heart Fndav
'Cnnfasmons Saturday a iq St 1 u t
p in
Sunday School. 3:Vti pm.
Tn-tructions lor adult seeking
teder Of the Catholic Church. aVerv Mon
day end Thursday at 7:1* pm
Sunday. 0.30 e m Church School witr
alas-es for all Ages
10 4S a.m. -Regulni Morning *orriii
Sermon Toplr Yoi. Can I Live V. uh
out 'I Sneciai Mnlr b 'hi iimim
in pm -youth relloashii ^uoiec'
for i-iaslderalion The Capulr ot TB<
Gamr' Inslallstlnr <>1 Newly Sclecied
Officers
wl VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z
Pastor. Rev Raymond Lewis, CM.
riie Rev ~ldeon C Montgomery
Rev. M A Cookson. Chap UMNM
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sundav Schjol 0:30 ajn.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H C flrsl Sunday In the month i
Young People's Fellowship 4:00
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
''woman's"Auxiliar 2nd and 4tb rhurs
""iuse o? Prayer and Fellowship to all
oeopie
COROZAL
Goad Shepherd
The Van. A F Nightengale
7:30 am Every Friday; Mornlne Pray-
(H.C 1st Friday.
GAMBOA
SI. Slmoa's Church: Rev
10:30 a in 2nd and 4th
Cnmmunton A Sermon ___
10:30 ajn 1st and 3rd Sundav Moro-
na Prever A address
3 00 pm Sunday School
5 00 and 00 p.m Youth Organisation
JO p.m Evening Prayer and address
2 00 pm Service at Penitentiary Ever
tth Sundav _. __,__.,_ -
7:30 o.m ruesdav Girl Frlendlv So-
Um pm 2nd. and th rhursdav
Woman's Auxiliary
O A. Osborne
Sunday Hnlv
slEDEEMKR LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Church of the Lutheran Heur"
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
KM Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class am..
Worship service 10.15 ajn.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors. Pot-
luck supper second Sundav each month
4:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 pjn. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome to all military personnel
MARGARITA LUTHERAN SERVICE
Margarita Hospital
Thursday 7:00 p.m
H. 1. Bernthal. Pastor
A Cordial Welcome To All
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
An Offer
BY MERRILL BL088EK
----BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z
27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1717
"Tour Church away from home
with a welcome fust aa friendly'
William H
Sunday School..........
Morning Worship .......
Baptist Training Union .
Evangelistic Service.....
W.M.S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday).....
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month)
Beeby. Paster
30 ajn
10:41 a.m
:30 pm
7 JO p.m
1:30 pm
730 p.m
Methodist
5:45 and 0:00 am
........ 00 a.m
5:30nnd :30 am
....... 11*0 am
Novena ervlre -
Sunday Maesas
Weekday Mass .
Holy Day Masaos
Sunday School .
Miraculous Medal
Tuesday 7.00 pm
Baptism Sunday
Confesslnp Saturdav 3 JO to S-on
to 8 00 DJn _
Instruction 101 sdulu ruesdav
day 7'30 o.m
IU p.m
7 00
Frl
OUR LADV <>r GOOD COUNSE1
Gamboa. CZ
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacoba. CM
Sunday Maises 7:00 and JO am
Weekday Musses. Wednesday etc On
''Holy Day Masses 5:45 30 em
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7 00 u.m
Secret Heart Novena ervlce Fndav
1:00 pm
Confession Saturday :t"J om
ST. THOMAS' Clll'RCH
G.r.up I near Lock I
Pastal. Rev John Tumelty CM
Sundav Mas g 45 a.m
Weekday Masses. Tuesday and Frldai
g 00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service rrl-
djay 7:15 pm
Confession Saturday i to o.m
CHURCH O rHE ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel. C.Z
Sunday Mai
Catecnlam Cla .
Bad Tank Catechism Class
Mnedlctlnr. ...........
g.-uu am
10 00 am
11 0 am
7:00 om
paraso ll (Ledge Hall)
Sunday Mas ........... is am
Catechism Class Sundav 10 30 a in
ST THERESA'S CHURCH
Cocoli. C Z
Sunday Mass ........... :0O a.m
Holy Day Mas .... .... :30sm
CATHOLK CHURCH Ceraavda. C.Z
Bwn'ay Mass............. :00 am
Catechism Class Thurdav 3 30 om
ST MMIh THE HAPTIS1 DE LA SALLE
Rio Abalo. Panama
Sunday Mass ........:34> am
Holy Day Mass .......... 7JO am
Wt8A% v 1*0 pm
LA BOCA
St Peter'! Charch
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
gam Holy Communion
7 m.-Choral Eucharist and s"m<"i.
10 a in.-Morning Prayer and Church
School
p.m.-Holy Baptism. __imi
7-30 pm.Vespers and Sermn___
Cornmimlon Tuesday, and Thursday!.
7 am.. Wednesday and Fridays ".":
Girls Friendly and 7 pm Monday.
pm Ttlesdnv. Vesper nightly et 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7'30 om
MAHOARI'l A
St Margaret' Chapel
Margarita Hoaplta)
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School am Evening Prayei
( 00 d iri
PALO BBC v
Charca af The Holy Ceaelerler'
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondap SO ejn Holv Com
munion
PARASO
Rev D A Osborne
g 00 a.m Holv Communion ano sunaai
( 30 a m Sunday School
5:30 pm Evening Praver ino ano 4tn
SlMoeJay; .W P vou Meeting
Wedneiday |B <*'' p"nv
Society.
BED 1ANR
Rev DA Ocbom k Rev CA Cnfyitn
11-00 s-m Holy Communion and Ser
non 1st end 3rd Sundsy
1100 gjn Morning Prsyn no dd
-ass. grid and 4th Sundays
3:00 pm Sundav School ano BaptWm
7 30 pm Evening Praver nd sddras
>nd and th Sunday
PANAMA CIT
ST. PAULS CHURCH
a F Nightengale- B nj,m\.
and The Rev Rltr Reglnalo Alwell
Venerable Archdeacor.
g'OO a.m Holy Communion :00 am
7:00 nm Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TME-SBA
Colon. R de P
(Opposite Hoter Wa'hlngloni
The Rev M-lne'i J Peterson
STB Rectoi
SUNDAYS
gam Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 SO am Church School
7JO om Solemn Evenong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
gam Holy Communion
7 SO pm Evensong and Sermon
4 30 om Adult Confirmation Clas
THURSDAYS
5 p.m. Prayer Guild
FRIDAYS: '
g pm Children's Eucharist
7:Sl om Choir Practice
,AliUa"mACh|;idrens Confirmation Cla-
7 JO p.rri Compline and Meditation
GATUN
St Ceecgc-e Church
Gatun. CZ
Kev Solomon N Jecoos
Sundays:
Church School
Morning Prayer
Holv Elichsrlsl and Sermor
Tuesday
/:00 a.m Holy Communion lAlao Holy
)av and Saint Days i
Wednesday
Evening Prayer
SL Vincent Guild
Thursdays:
JO p.m Choir Rehearsal
THE MLTHODIS1 CHURCH
(British Confcrenre
Minister Key u Heroen Moon
g:00 a.m. Morning Prayei and Sermon
3:00 p.m Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:13 o.m Evening Prayei and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7tb Street and Melender Avenue.
Coln. K P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at *:30 a.m. and 7:1*
pjn.: Sunday School for all age* at S
"Monday 7:30 o.m. Weekly Prayer
Meeting
KBENEZER METHODIST CHURCH
Stver City. C.Z.
Rev Normen Prstt. Mlnirtei
Sunday Services S a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Sunday School for all age at g:30 pm
Tuesday 7JO pm Prayei Meeilng.
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle i da ecxero
Services at 11 a m and 7:30 p.m (Mat
or Wllaoni, Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a m and 7 JO
o.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO o jn. Sunday
School st 3:00 o.m
Colon. 14th Street
Services at........U a.m. *Jpjn.
Sunday School at...........*0 pjn
Colon. 3rd Street
Service at ...... 11 a.m. JO bj
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Cristobal. C.Z,
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Pastor
"Your Invitation To Warship"
Bible School ............... 45 a.m
Worship ................... 11:00 a.m
Training Union ............ 5:30 pm
Worship.................... 30 pm
Prayer Meeting IThurs.) ... 7JO p.m.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PAC1HL SIDE
I'lutestaiil
r ORT AMADOR
Sunday School................
Morning Worship.............
rORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bldg. 1M ....
Morning Worship ............,
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School................
Morning Worship .............
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School.................. (:45
Morning Worship ...i........... 10:45
Youth Group................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
HOTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............... 100
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10:15
10:00
11:00
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Service at ............
Sunday School al......
I JO p.m
i .ih n 111
Seventh Day
Adventist
lily. No. 1 J A
No t Jamaica
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama Cil
M.ynard. Panama City R-
Society Hall (Sabbath Service onlyi:
Adolphu Lawea. Chorrillo. P_A. Henry:
Rio Abalo. C D. Abrahama: Gamboa. A
A, Brittle, and Spanish City Church. E-
luardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Sweet. Joseph Bryan, Crts-
.owi ajigliih New Church. E. A. Cruck-
hank; Cristbal Spanish Church, B J.
Maxon. (No Sunday night service at
oresent.)
Sabbath aehaol each church Saturday
-34) a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churchas aaeatrt
othcrwisc Indicated
Union Churches
Bwtcdiciion S*mday
7 ih i p m
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN jlll.M UilKllll
First Church o. Chrit. Scientist Ancor
500 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday IIOO. Wednesday 0( om
Sunday School 0:30 a.m
Test Char, h a ChraM. Scientist, CrWtehai
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 am Wednerlav 7 .'sfi o m
Sjunday School V 30 s m
Chnstwa arteare '.ciel> amhoe
Civic Ce'.e Building
Supoay HJA m Flr1 A Thlro v-eo
gyeaday 7 '3a p m
School 10 if
4.45 a m
(.45 am
10 00
/ 1X1 I) ill
8 00 pm
Church of St. Mary rite Vlrgl
Rev Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays.
Morning Prayer

end Sermon
Thursdays
6:45 a in -
7 00 am Holy Eucharist
3 00 pin Church School
6 uo p m Evening Song. -----
7 00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holv
Jays and Saint Dayso _M.
7:30 pm Evening Prayer. Fridays
s oog.oo pm Prayer Guild
7 30 pm Chott Renearsal
g:30 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10-45 a.m or Uw
(JO p.m Solemn Evensong
RIO ABAJO
St. ChrlSteaher'
The Rev Antonio UChoa
7 So a m Choral Eucharist
10.00 am Church School
4 00pm Solemn Evensong
Thirrsdev end Holy Dav H.C 7:00
V/eancMay ano Holv Oev SO am
tlniv Communion
iFirsi Sundsy cd every month.)
Where all Protestants couaarali
unity In easentlaU, liberty In oan-
ite with
. j., in on-
ntlal and charily In all things
rHE ATLANTIC SID
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener. Pastor
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
-lurserv
0:00 Young People's Meeting.
" The Rev. J. William L Graham. Pastor
Itfft Uo5 Broadcast on HOK: HP6K
0:45 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor
The Rev Henry Bell Pastor.
Phone 3-14(8
C30 Bible School
10:45 Worship service and Cnurcn-ume
.lursery.
(:30 Youth Fellowship
THE PACIFIC SIDB
**"B!lbo Road at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-14M. Ofc. Phone l-3Z!
:M cnurch School Free bua aarvlca.
10:30 Worship service and Church-time
"wJO Youth Congretailons ___
5 00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
(00 Post HI Fellowship
7:30 Service "Centered On Song
ISrula Roa o and St Thorns Ave.
(Sam Sunday School Free bus. in
Rousseau and Cocoli.
"""Cervices in Gamboa QMSJCanter
The Rev Raymond A Gray. Minister
Phone -130
0:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service
Pedro Miguel
(:J0 Church School
13 45 Divine Worship.
7 JO Evening Vespers ___________
.*.....
7:30
COO
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10:30
7:30
:00
JO
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146
Cathelle
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass .....................
Sunday Mass.................
IXTH STATION HOSPITAL
ICOROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass.....................
Sunday Massea .......... 1:00 A
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday.Masa ................... T:
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundav Mass ..................
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Masa .....................
Sunday Meases .......... 7:45 *
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... (40
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday .........,............ 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ------., ................ 1:00
IWB, Balboa. C.Z.
Friday...........;............ TJO
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Episcopal Holy Communion
Sunday School............
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. ons
co^b^^a-WtH'" 19*
Sunday School ................. **0
alorning Worship............... 11*0
:00
SJ0
C15
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mas
Catholic
O'OO
FORT
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GULICK
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
Too Much
BY EDGAR MARTIM
CAPTAIN KASX
A Girl Rt the Zoo
BY LESLIE Tl'IlNE
AND I'LL
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Unitarian
THE
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SOCIETY
10 J am
JWB Armed
Forces Service
'Jenter Liorary
Balbua. C.Z,
four invitation
to liberal
religion
Baptist
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building, :14th Street
Panam* Monday: Lecture and Dls.
cussions 4:00 u.in.
Church et Jesas ChrUt al Latter Day
Saiau (Morasen) Balboa. CZ.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m. __
At JWB Armed Forces Service Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
OKI Balboa Road, Balboa
W Hsrlsnd Dllbech, Evangellal
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SBRVICES
Bible Clasea tor all ages .... 10:00 a.m
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m
Preaching and Ceoimtinjori ... 7^0 o.m
VlDWE SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7i pm
Ladle' Bible Claas Thursday 1:4 o-m
CHURCH OF CHBIST-Old CrlstabaJ
SUNDAYS
Wa meet in the American Legion Han
in front of the aublsouee.
Morning Worship 1046 a.m
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Oatun 41 or Ft Guiles: (00
CURUNOD rBtrrEBTANl
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blalr
Sunday School .......:........
Morning Worship...............
Young People Service .........
VIC FLINT
Where Faro Comes In
BX MICHAEL O'MALLKI
OUR boakui.no house
with
MAIUK HOOFLi OU1 OUR WAS
By & WILLIAM
:45
11:00
5 45
7:00
7:00
NATIONAL MAFTIatT CHLRCHa
Panama Baptist. Prayet Meeting JO
ni Divine Service, C30 am Divine Ser-
vice 7 15 pjn and Serving of The Lord
, Supper at bath Service Sundav
11 00 p.an
School
Evening Worship ..
Prayer Meeting Thursday .......
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 Din and Saturday JO ajn
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
ISthSt Wast No 1
Holv Eucharist Sunday *1 (30 a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
Baarament ot Unction (Healing Bar.
vice) First Sundav of aach month at
7:30 o-m
BallgaOh Chrtatter. Charch
Panama. RP
Rev T. James. D D Bishop
orflelantine,
040 a.m
eso ajn
11:00 a m
3:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
CM pm
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Morning Worship a*.......
Holy Communion at .....
Fellowship WorshapM......
Bible Beading a..........
Divine Service M .........
Sermon at .................
Holv Communion
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British Detail Their
Side Of Iran Trouble
The British view o the Iranian oil troubles is here presented
In the form o answers to questions asked by bystanders In the
dispute.
It Is Issued by the British Legation in Panama.
DOES BRITAIN OPPOSE NATIONALIZATION OF IRANIAN OIL?
No. Britain's Foreign Secretary stated In the House o Com-
mons May 29 that the British Government was prepared to con-
sider a settlement which would Involve some form o nationaliza-
tion. This statement has been repeated during ail subsequent
negotiation*
THEN WHY HAVE NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN DOWN?
Iran has insisted that it will not take part In any discussion
unless the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company pays over Immediately all
the proceeds o the sale of oil since March 20. less operational ex-
penses, with 25 per cent of these proceeds earmarked for future
compensation. The Company found this condition completely
Impossible.
WHY DID THE COMPANY FIND THIS CONDITION IMPOSSIBLE?
The 'profits' have not been earned from operations in Iran
alone, but in the context of world-wide activities, Including the
operation of what Is probably the largest tanker fleet in the
world. Iran has been receiving royalties not only on the pro-
auction of oil, but a share of the profits from the company's other
world-wide* operations. To hand over all the proceeds of the oil
is neither commercially possible nor would it be acceptable to
any oil company.
WAS THE 1949 AGREEMENT UNFAIR TO IRAN?
Under the agreement signed with the Iranian Government
in 1949 (but not ratified by the Iranian Parliament), Iran would
have received at least 33 million extra covering the years 1947-50.
over and above royalties, etc., of 48 million already received. In
addition, Iran receives other direct financial benefits (duties,
taxes, etc.) which amounted to about 17 million in 1950 alone.
These targe sums of money have been an Important source of
revenue to the Iranian Government.
HAS THE COMPANY OFFERED TO WORK UNDER
NATIONALIZATION?
Yes. In order to meet the terms of the nationalization law.
the Company proposed that all the oil properties In Iran be vest-
ed in a Persian National Oil Company, and In consideration of
such vesting the National Oil Company should grant the use of
those assets to a new company to be formed by the Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company. The new company would have a number of Per-
sian directors on its board and would operate on behalf of the
Persian National Oil Company. At the same time the distribu-
tion of oil products within Persia itself would be transferred to
an entirely Persian-owned and operated company.
WHAT ABOUT PAYING IRAN DURING THIS PERIOD?
During negotiations, the company offered to make Iran an
Immediate interest free advance of 10 million, and 3 million a
momh starting In July.
worr does- Britain say that iran's action is a
BREACH OF INTERNATIONAL LAW?
The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company has been operating in Iran
since 1933 on the basis of a 00-year concession signed that year
between the Comapny and the Iranian Government. This con-
cession, under which the British company has poured millions
of pounds o capital into Iran, has now been broken by the Ira-
nian Government. Britain has asked for arbitration but that
was refused. Britain has now taken the case to the Interna-
tional Court of Justice at The Hague, but Iran has already an-
nounced that It refuses to accept the Jurisdiction of the Court.
IS BRITAIN STILL WILLING TO NEGOTIATE?
The British Government (which Is a majority stockholder in
the Anglo-Iranian OH Company), and the Company Itself, are
anxious and willing to negotiate a settlement.
, HAS OIL PRODUCTION HELPED THE STANDARD
LIVING IN PERSIA?
The very large payments made by the Company to Iran have
formed a large part of the Government's revenue, but the Com-
pany naturally had no say in the way these revenues were spent
by the Government.
In its own area, however, the Company has spent very large
sums on housing, educational and welfare services, greatly Im-
proving living standards.
WHY DIDNT THE COMPANY OFFER 50-50 PROFIT SHARING.
LIKE U. 8. COMPANIES DID WITH OTHER TERRITORIES?
Labor INews
And
(Comment
By Victor Riesel
A cease-fire order In Korea
will positively not mean cease-
work orders In the U. 8. and
there will be, for at least an-
other two years, minions upon
millions o new Jobs at such
high wages that there Is sharp
fear In Washington that the
kids of the country will quit our
high schools to take the coin In-
stead of culture.
In about a week, this will be
revealed by a special report
from War Mobllizer Charles E.
Wilson.
It will be disclosed that the
Washington war strategists have
placed some $26,200,000 worth of
war orders and are signing con-
tracts for an average of one
billion dollars a week. This bil-
lion-a-week contracting for
guns, tanks, planes and every
conceivable electronics weapon
and some not quite conceiv-
able by the public will run
right into early 1952. unless Con-
gress slashes it. This is unlikely
myopia even for our current
Congress.
To fill these order, we'll
not only need what workers
"we have but exactly 2,
000.000 more before Christ-
mas, Mr. Wilson's mobiliz-
ing headquarters tells me.
And then we start search-
ing the* nation for another
5,200,000 men, women, and
perhaps teen-agers, to staff
what plants will be thrown
up in '52 to deliver on cur-
rent contracts.
Although by Christmas of
1953 we'll have all the fighting
craft on land, sea and air (and
the throwing stuff, too) to take
on any nation, It will not be
until 1955 that all present war
orders will be filled. That means
each of our allies will be In
fighting trim as well.
Furthermore, there'll be enough
Jobs to go arounl In virtually
every community. The greatly
Increased number of home own-
ers, especially the GIs who
came out of the last unplea-
santness and settled down swift-
ly to get the horror out of their
souls, won't need to give up
their houses and trek after Jobs
In far-off corners. Nor will
those men with pension and sen-
iority rights be much disrupted.
The work will be right where
they can find It, for the most
part.
In fact, the government warns
that only in "law. Journalism
and personnel work' will Jobs be
scarce.
Otherwise, there are hun-
dreds of field* begging for
the new college grad as well
as the old skilled hand.
Here are some listed as aood
fields to get into swiftly:
Engineers: Best surveys re-
veal a need for 30.000 new men
In this field, which has become
one of the country's fastest
growing occupationsand pro-
bably will so remain for a long
time.
Physicists: There were only
358 doctorates awarded In the
1949-1950 period, although this
is the era of electronic energy
conversion to civilian as well as
war use. Thousands more are
needed quickly.
Chemists: There Is Intense
need for advanced students ra-
ther than those with only a ba-
chelor's degree. Similarly for
mathematicianswho are need-
ed not only by the moblllzers
but bv civilian Industry and na-
tional health and welfare or-
ganizations as well.
So It is with biological and
agricultural scientists, where the

^wily WASHINGTON
. I. Ii| V I lii Oil
MERRY-CO-ROUND
y DKIW PIARSON
Drew Pearson soys: Congressman Kluciynski changed hi
mind about price rollbacks; Speaker Rayburn could
hove changed voting results;-Russians will play hide-
arid seek on peace in Korea.
COMMUNIST UNDERGROUNDAn enemy dugout on rocky mountain slope In west central 'J
Korea gets sprayed with hot lead to discourage any snipers who maye be lurking within. Troops *j
I shown are men of B and C Companies, 23th Infantry Regiment, 25th U. S. Infantry Division. (17. & M
L_____________ NAnny photo from NEA.)_____________________________J
NEW YORK.Once upon a time I fell among
evil companions namely some shipping people
who think nothing of squandering an afternoon
over lunch, and so came upon a place that
should be mounted on wheels and circulated
over the land. In a season when it is fashion-
able to refresh the citizens on the value of old-
time Americana, I suggest that Ye Olde Chop
Chop Shop
By BOB RUARK
among
of terrapin stew and go over to ask him if he'd
like some more."
Mr. Kramer's menu offers today, to the lusty
tycoons of downtown New York, such things as
diamond-back terrapin, broiled partridge, whole
broiled plover, pheasant, reindeer steak, pom-
pano, stone crabs, mallard duck. South Ameri-
can quail, venison steak, Scotch grouse, English
Fifty-fifty profit sharing arrangements for the Iranian
operations only were discussed last vear between the Company
and the Iranian Government, and Is still acceptable to the com- demand actually exceeds those
pany; but the Iranian Government preferred an agreement which |presently available and will for
gave them royalties on production, as well as a share In the com- many years,
panles' world-wide operations.
ARE THE BRITISH PREPARED TO USE FORCE IN IRAN?
Britain's Foreign Secretary told the House of Commons June
90: "His Majesty's Government are not prepared to stand by
Idle If the lives of Brlitsh nationals are In Jeopardy. It Is the
responsibility of the Persian Government to see to It ihat law and
order was malntalnned and that all within the Irontiers of Persia
are protected from violence. If, however that responsibility were
not met it would equally be the right and duty of His Majesty's
Government to extend protection to their own nationals."
WHAT IS IRAN'S CHOICE NOW?
Iran has two choices. The first is to continue and further
develop, consistently with the principle of nationalization, the
great cooperative effort In which the natural wealth of Iran has
been linked to world-wide technical resources of the British, to
build up this vast enterprise.
It has given tens of thousands of Iranians in the oil areas
housing conditions, educational opportunities and health and
other services of a very high order, and given revenue to Iran
to help develop the whole country. The second choice Is paralysis
and stagnation, a loss of oil to the western world and a loss to
Iran of her principal source of revenue.
THIS IS TOUK FQHUM THI RiADMS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
JUSTICE HE SAYS
Dear 8ir:
June 21. 1951
-Recently there was quite a fu-
rore because a 16-year-old Ame-
rican boy was sent to Jail (or 10
days. Surely this boy comes from
a home where little or nothing is
wanting. Yet. in the cool of the
night he planned and committed
a robbery.
A tew days later, a Panaman-
ian boy of the same age was sent
to jail for 00 days for "unlawful-
ly etc. etc." Most likely this boy
comes from a home (If any)
, Where everything is lacking. And
court of justice (?i has to dig
Into Its yerbal jargon to send this
boy to fall (and for 80 days.)
o------
This letter is' late because I
wanted to find out if there were
any decent men in the Canal
Zone who would stand up and
shout against such travesty.
Please, Justice
There are shortages -also In
available geologists, geophyslc-
lsts, clinical psychologists (many,
many vacancies here), element-
ary school teachers, technical
college and vocational instruc-
tor?, trained sc-inl workers, tool
nnd die deslwnp's. and rleht on
through to the stenographic and
tvplng field In which there
are great shortages In virtually
everv city In the nation.
There are thousands of spots
ODen In trie skilled aircraft and
marine field, electric power
lineman jobs, oil production
job?, and. srlmlv enoueh. ortho-
pedic and limb technician field.
Also the accounting field Is
opening.
There are other types of
work openinn daily as the
new contracts begin shapina
new factories, even neio
war work centers. If youre
in doubt just ask vour local
Federal emvlovmmt aaen-
cv. or drop a line here.
We'll process your skill for
you .
And not onlv will the lobs be
there, but In less than a yeer,
war work will be taking only
some 20 per cent of our econo-
my and we'll be lWing In ci-
vilian comfort as well as peace,
while we're turning out weapons
for use anywhere In the world
if anybody picks on us again.
(Copyriaht 1951 Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
the hohS1 Ro38N- ~ The. ,ecret debate over Price rollbacks in
H*e Banking and Currency Committee revealed a lot of
gresSgmanUiSnhV^,Sh0Uldl,1fn?,w, aDOUt' ne oi them was that Co"
rKT ,l KJuc5vn8kl. Illinois Democrat, who represents the
hftfi!Mk,ards ,dl.ltrlct' voted a*alnst tn* housewife though
Ins district is one of the poorest In Chicago
i Furthermore, he brazenly admitted in the secret debate that
he bad been approached by the big meatpackers
I talked It over with them, ana they approved It he shrugged
explaining why he voted for the high price of meat. *nrureea'
Mi^nnr. n^.'i "',' &ly?" s"orted Congressman Richard Boiling,
nri^K.5^2oc5at- Thfy W,U 8et a Wn Per ctnt rollback on the
ffi,t?o7wPSatf?nerSl."nd "" C" -UU 8 n Char*lng hl*h
Later, Congressman F. D. Roosevelt, Jr., got hold of Congren-
no'Et.KPW f^ri"**1 hlm t0 vote "* the consumer Ho
pointed out that the Democratic Party had always stood with the
r^rin^iSSJ1?. lth th.e ^atpackers. Congressman Thomas
hn? i ft Democrat dean of the Cnlcago delegation, also button^
6%ffh^5?vor congreMman and m tne ** "sslon he final.
MEATPACKERS' FRIENDS
His switch, however, was neutralized by Congressman Clar-
h? f^.?' vlfflnl.who first voted for the housewife but
voted t appro8ched b* Harrv Bvrd Ior. changed and
mCongre.uman Tom ^"e o Virginia, another Byrd hencrf-
^'t. ?o wLman.wh0 mde the motion in the secret commute.
do i e ?. l0ck p1ce rollbacks. He won by the hairline vote of
12-11, which was why Burton' and Kluczynskl's votes were so im-
portant. Three Democrats, besides Fgate, originally voted with
the meatpackers Paul Brown of GeSrgia, Albert Rains of Ala-
bama, and Kluczynski ton the first vote).
nr0m'iI-.elnat thtoFute, amendment) is a reasonable com-
promise," Brown declared.
"C.om[.(?'n!8e' hell!" ahouted Abraham Muiter, New York De-
mocrat. This Is a complete defeat for the consumers. The pack-
ers get what they want, and to hell with the consumers "
..STk snapped that the Administration had promised thera
wouldnt be any rollbacks, but Muiter shot back that the pro-
aucehad also promised there wouldn't be any price Increases
The producers didn't keep that promise," declared Muiter'
An interesting sidelight Is that Fugate's amendment, outlaw-
lnw rollbacks actually was drawn up by John J. Helmburger a
research specialist for the House Agriculture Committee. Ltkewlsa
House be uprooted and sent barnstorming, along mutton chops, foot-thick steaks and all the sea- interesting Is that Helmburger's office was Infested with lobby-
ists at the time he was drawing up the amendment
._ Smce helmburger has no business preparing amendments for
the House Banking Committee, he turned the amendment over to
congressman W. R. Poage of Texas, an agriculture committee mem-
ber, who slipped it to Fgate.
SPEAKER RAYBURN LOAFED
Eight Republicans voted against the housewife on rollback
Jesse Wolcott of Michigan, Henry Talle of Iowa, Clarence-Kil-
burn of New York, Albert Cole of Kansas, Donald Nicholson of
Massachusetts, Gordon McDonough of California, Howard Buffett
ol Nebraska and Jackson Bettq of Ohio.
Only one Republican voted for the housewife Ralph Gamble
of New York. And he waited until the voting was over, and saw
that his vote would not change the final result. The Democrats
who originally voted for the consumers were Brent Spence of
Kentucky, Abraham Muiter of New York, Charles Deane of North
Carolina, George O'Brien of Michigan, Clinton McKlnnon of Cali-
fornia, Hugh Addonlzio of New Jersey, Isidore Dolllnger of New
York, Richard Boiling of Missouri, Clarence Burton of Virginia (lit
switched later) and William Barrett of Pennsylvania.
' The Inescapable fact Is that Speaker Sam' Rayburn could easily
have changed the results. He has enough influence over Alaba-
ma's Rains to change his vote simply by asking. Rayburn also
could have prevented W. R. Poage of Texas from pulling back-
stage wire against the consumers, and could have stopped Wright
Patman of Texas, a Banking Committee member, from flying out
of town for medical treatment during the critical vote. Patman
could have gotten the medical treatment here and been on hand
for this crucial showdown so Important to the nation.
HIDE-AND-SEEK TRUCE
It's a sure bet that the Russians will play hide-and-seek in
the diplomatic underbrush for some time regarding their truce-
in-Korea proposal. But It Is equally certain that they definitely
want to call off the disastrous Korean Imbroglio.
American intelligence has Indicated this for some time. Her
are some of the reasons why:
1) The Chinese are getting restless. Their casualties are ter-
.-Hic and Chinese war lords who In effect "own" their own armies,
do not like to have their armies dwindle. It detracts from their
power and prestige.
2) The Chinese are demanding more and more supplies from
Russia supplies which Moscow is not anxious to give.
3) Mao is under increasing criticism from his own advisers.
They point out that China cannot afford to become a satellite of
Russia and that is the course they are now taking.
4) The Chinese famine this year has beeu worse than usual.
Several million died and the Communists get the blame.
3) Antl-Communlst guerrilla bands are getting more and mor
powerful in South China. In some areas the Communists control
only the cities.
The Russians have never hesitated to reverse themselves com
pletely when they get In a Jam. That's what they did in Berlin
when they couldn't lick the air lift. Now there is no question they
want to drop the entire Korean war, but they want to do so on
their own terms leaving South Korea In danger of attack all over
again,
(Copyright. 1951, By The Bell Syndleate. Inc.)
with the Freedom Train.
The chop house has been standing since 1800.
Its present owner. Harry Kramer, has been host
for only a little while 42 years. Ella, the star
waitress, Is a neophyte. She was hired In 1912,
and has only served some 375,000 meals. Tony
the waiter put on his first apron in 1909, and
Lizzie, another waitress, retired this summer
after working there since 1906.
Tino, the chef, has been there since 1920.
Alex, the dishwasher, has 20 years In. Charlie,
the sllverman, has counted the forks for a
quarter of a century, and only six people have
been discharged in 42 years. In all these years
no union has ever operated in this monument
to the ancient days, when a fine meal could be
obtained without hurdling a rope or bribing a
captain of waiters.
Mr. Kramer never sold a drop of booze dur-
ing Prohibition,- an over-lght he occasionally
regrets. But all through the '20s you could
count off the cabooses of nine railroad presi-
dents, seated at the oyster bar. The place Is
down on the corner of the Island, In the finan-
cial district, and I get a bang every time I sit
down In one of the battered booths, because
most of the financial giants of the past 50 years
used to chow there dally.. Me and J. P. Morgan,
I say, ordering up a double lamb chop. Me and
Jay Gould.
The old restaurant is one of a handful of New
York relics which cite graphically the fact that
once you were able to eat publicly, with the ac-
cent on food Instead of ostentation. You never
went to the chop house to be seen you went
there to stuff yourself on opulent, hearty grub
which was uncluttered by continental service.
"I could dress up a man In an admiral's uni-
form and stand him at the door," says Mr.
Kramer. "Maybe he would make the customers
feel important. But I do that myself. I say
hello and good-bye to every body. My kind of
advertising is to watch a man enjoying a dish
food there Is.
He is, to my knowledge, the only man who
ever engaged In a battle with the OPA over the
going price of pheasant. These birds were cost-
ing him $3.24 each, and all he could sell them
for was $3.44. Naturally, he lost the argument.
The chop house today Is a sort of dusty, musty
museum. It Is cluttered with moth-eaten bear-
masks and mangy deer, weapons, pictures, fram-
ed letters, ship models and brlc-a-brac. You
can read the will of thee earliest Vanderbllt,
written in the "70s when he still spelled It Van
Der Bilt, and used "" for "s." There is an
original photo of Abe Lincoln, and chromos of
Frlnce Albert and Edward VII as beamish boys.
The cheesecake consists mainly of semi-draped
ladles made legitimate by the fact that a doctor
was taking a sounding with a stethoscope. The
upstairs floor boards are worn thin as paper,
wjiich Is not unnatural, since they've been there
147 years.
The ghosts of old Gen. Cornelius Vanderbllt,
of Astors and Whitneys, of all the ancient buc-
caneers of Wall Street, peer over your shoulder
as you eat. Dustv clippings of long-forgotten
fires, archaic cartoons, walrus-mustacned photos
gone brown and speckled, all keep you In a Fa-
ther Knickerbocker mood.
Mr. Kramer's two sons, Leonard and Jerry,
and Mrs. Kramer, form the structure around
which the old place is run. There Is no pomp;
you will see a Wall Street mogul draw up In a
limousine, only to get a bad time from Ella if
he is late for his dinner. There Is no hat-
check girl, no photograph girl, no headwalter,
no captain of waiters. -
There aren't many of these places left, which
Is why I say It ought to be shunted around the
nation. As an advertisement for employer-labor
relationship: as a sermon for uncomplicated liv-
ing, Ye Olde Chop House is as valuable a relic
of early Americana as any document under
glass.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
MALIK: ZAG IN KOREA?
(Ed. Note: The only "furore"
caused by the American boy be-
ing sentenced was In the form
of a lecture on his misdoings
given in court at the time of
the sentence. As for the Pana-
manian lad who was sentenced
to 8 days, he b a chronic of-
fender who began at the age of
13 and has a record of convic-
tions both in Panama and the
Canal Zone of everything from
battery to petit and grand lar-
ceny.)
2 iim CROSBY -HANcr OLSON
I chalesCOBURNuT"HUSSEY
Coming To The
BELLA VISTA Theatre
WASHINGTON. The reaction of the usually
optimistic President Truman to the Malik state-
ment was. uncharacteristically, a good deal more
cautious and skeptical than that of his advisers,
iruman originally intended to keep his previ-
ously scheduled Tennessee speech unchanged,
and it was only at the last moment that he was
persuaded by Secretary of State Dean Acheson
to include in a few sentences an oblique nod to
Malik.
Unlike Truman, who was much inclined 'to
write the Malik statement oif as a mere propa-
ganda trick, the State Department and Pentagon
planners and Russian experts take the Soviet
proposal of a Korean cease-lire very seriously
Indeed. This is significant, If only because these
men are much more familiar with the pattern
of Soviet behavior than President Truman.
Moreover, the belief among the experts that
the Soviets may now be willing to cut their loss-
es In Korea goes back well beiore the Malik
statement. Almost six weeks ago, reports began
appearing in this space stating that "it is en-
tirely possible that the fighting in Korea will
come to an end In the near future," and that
the most experienced policy makers seriously
helieve that there is a real chance of a nego-
tiated settlement of the Korean war."
Especially before Malik's speech, this hopeful-
ness was surprising, and difficult to explain In
really solid terms. It was natural to suspect
and this reporter did suspect that the sudden
flowering of cautious optimism which began
daily that the "political" objective remained the
unification of all Korea, but that the "military"
objective was a cease-fire at or near the 38th
Parallel. This amounted to saying that we
would like a non-Communist government In all
Korea, but that we would settle for less because
we had to.
After this National Security Counclf decision,
the semaphoring started from the American
side. During the MacArthur hearings, very
broad hints from Secretary of Defense Marshall
and from Generals Bradley and Collh.s were
followed by a flat statement by Secretary Ache-
son. This statement, that under certain obvi-
ous conditions we would accept a cease-fire at
the Parallel, was undoubtedly read with interest
in Moscow.
Meanwhile, the Kremlin was also running up
more signal flags. The Johnson resolution, call-
ing for a Korean cease-fire, was given great
prominence In the Soviet press. Immediately
the American Communists, obviously under
priority Instructions, from the Kremlin, started
an all-out campaign In support of the Johnson
resolution.
Thus the Malik statement is only the last of
a number of moves In a complicated, ritualistic
feeling-out process. It may be. of course, that
President Truman's first Instinct was correct
and that Malik's statement, and all the signs
and portents which preceded it, have been no
more than an elaborate trap for the unwary.
Orchestra Leader
HORIZONTAL
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But as the Russian experts point out, Lenin
early in May and still continues was based on long ago laid down the rule that Soviet oollcv
some sort of direct, secret negotiations with the must be a "zig-zag" policy, striking for power
But f secret negotiations have been when the risks seem small, recoiling when the
risk becomes too great. Those best qualified to
judge believe that it is entirely possible that
the Kremlin intends to zag in Korea. For the
risk in Korea Is quite clearly the risk of a third
world war.
Yet Soviet zlgs always follow Soviet zags. as
Greece followed Iran and Berlin followed Oreece
and Korea followed Berlin. This Is why. If there
Is an end to the Korean fighting, this country
will be faced with a test of its stamina and its
leadership greater. In a way. than the Korean
war itself. For the already evident temptation
to relax the painful and expensive effort to
strengthen the free world against Soviet aggres-
sion will then become Immensely powerful.
If this country does relapse into complacency,
sooner or later the 8ovtets will achieve the de-
cisive breakthrough. In Yugoslavia or the Middle
East or elsewhere, which is the object of their
zig-zag policy. Then the alliance of the West
will begin to fall apart In weakness and fear.
But Korea has shown, at least, that this need
not happen.
Kremlin.
going on. either knowledge of them is limited to
a half a dozen men at the most, or official
Washington has produced a remarkable crop of
skillful liars.
What has apparently actually happened Is
that a sort of semaphoric diplomacy, a waving
of signal flags across the vast gulf which separ-
ates the Soviet Union from the West, has been
substituted for the direct and secret contact of
the old diplomacy. From the first the Soviet
signals convinced the experts that there was a
real chance of a Korean settlement.
The first very dim and distent wig-wagging
came, about two months ago, in the form of
very faint hints from 8ovlet officials that a
reasonable settlement might be reached. These
hints were conveyed first to the British and
Swedes, and then, extremely tentatively, by Ma-
lik himself to two subordinate American offi-
cials of the United Nations.
At the same time. American objectives In Ko-
rea were In process of being defined by the Na-
tional Security Council. The N.S.C. ruled offl-
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da brindarle.
teamericana* pan Invitarlas a ene ps^nuaento hagan pro-
nuestai a la Repblica lobre la operacin de reftmdiejn de la
deuda interna /.ministro de fondo, pan la mtrMte de te
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tlTo; sa autorizacin es slo para la contratacin del Emprstito
de B/ l,50s,ee del Hete] El Panam.
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compatriotas saldrn airosos en su misin.
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PANAMA; B. T., SBADO, JUNIO 30, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOt
BAO VUiKSlMO SEXTO ^ "
Se dan condiciones para negociar la
Con medidas de seguridad
se debe finalizar el fuego
entre las fuerzas en lucha
WASHINGTON, Junio 30 allano, acordaron un plan de *<* pnntjs mi****'
tarle a los comuniales si estos acceden MMnt nna con-
ferenei wbrt el cese de heetllwade. en Corea.
Be ha sabido ene las 1 naciones aliada ene tienen
tropa! en Ceil, han* aaterlaade a Estado. J*W
te avien al Genenl Matthew B. RHgvray la. g^ente.
condiciones para ene les saan presentada a les comunis-
tas:
1) Que se ponga en vigor el
cese de luego en toda Corea,
bajo condiciones que garanticen
la seguridad de ambos coman-
dos.
2) El establecimiento de una
tona neutral de 20 millas de
prolundidad. mas o menos en
la actual lnea de batalla desde
un punto Justamente al Sur del
Paralelo 38 en el Oeste a un
punto 15- millas al Norte del
Paralele en el Este.
3) Ambos bandos debern
quedarse en su zona mllltarl-
rada y o acercarse a mas de
tres millas del territorio con-
4) Ambos bandos debern pa-
rar el envi de material de gue-
rra, y tropas a Corea, "lnclu-
yendo voluntario''.
a) Establecimiento de una co-
misin internacional no tiene
que ser especficamente bajo los
auspicios de las Naciones Uni-
das con acceso lrrestricto a
toda Corea para supervisar la
tregua. Puede incluirse el re-
conocimiento areo.
9) Intercambio de prisioneros
de guerra.
7> 8e estipularn las tropas
de seguridad, manejo tie refu-
giados y otro problemas de
Corea.
El acuerdo poltico a largo
plazo ser praparado despus
quizs dentro de algunos meses
o aos pero las Naciones U-
nldas quieren hacer posible el
inmediato cese de hostilidades.
Excomulgados los
que participaron
en un proceso
ROMA, Junio 30 (UP) El
papa Po XII excomulg a toaos
io funcionarlos hngaros Je
tuvieron participacin en el o-
i esto y condena a 15 afto de
prisin de Monseor JooCf
roesz, Arzobispo de Kalocsa.
La orden de excomunin es-
taba contenida en un decreto
extraordinario de la Sagrctia
Congregacin del Consistorio E!
Papa es el Jefe de la Congrega-
cin y debe aprobar todas su
Decisiones.
Groes fu sentenciado a pri-
sin el Jueves despus que el
tribunal "del pueblo" de Buda-
pest lo encontr culpable de
conspirar el derrocamiento del
Gobierno comunista para res-
taurar la monarqua en Hungra
El Gobernador de Panam
dar los permisos para
operacin de prostbulos
Los permisos o autorizaciones para el funcio-
namiento de los prostbulos en el rea de la ca-
pital, sern expedidos en el futuro por el Gober-
nador de la Proncia de Panam, asesorado por
el Medico Oficial y con la cooperacin de la Poli-
ca Nacional, segn revel a "El Panama-Ameri-
ca" el Secretario de Gobierno y Justicia, don Ar-
mando Moreno G. Las autorizaciones para el fun-
cionamiento de estas casas de lenocinio haban ve-
nido siendo concedidas por el Ministerio de Tra-
bajo, Previsin Social y Salud Pblica.
Hela Nacional y Secreta.
"ntre la espada y h pared
tiene a Salud Pblica el
problema de la prostitution
El Lie. Guillermo E. Beleo C,
jefe do Bioestadstlca y Educa-
cin Sanitaria, quien ha hecho
importante estudios sobre l
problema de la prostitucin en
Panam, nos inform esta ma-
ana, en relacin con la noti-
cia de ayer sobre la existencia
de 200 prostbulos en la ciu-
dad, que I Polica Nacional es-
t bien informada del proble-
ma egn l pudo colegir de sus
conversaciones Infrmale con el
Comandante Flore, pero que
registrados como prostbulo es
muy difcil que haya 200 lo
que suced* ea que a ciencia y
paciencia de las mismas auto-
ridades algunos hoteles funcio-
nan como prostbulo.
"En la mayora de las vece
a aalubrldad lo que le ha falta-
do ea repaldo publico y ofi-
cial. En primer lugar, en nues-
tro pais no hay la Patente de
Sanidad previa a la Comercial.
En la patentes sanitaria ae
exige lempre cul ha de ser el
uao.qua nna dar al nego-
cio Aqu ha venido sucediendo
que el Ministerio de Comercio
llena toda las formalidades pa-
ra hacer un hotel o una caaa
de pensin o de hospedaje y
entre los requisitos solicita la
inspeccin sanitaria del local.
Por supuesto, al Impector de
Sanidad de acuerdo con lo que
ordena el acpite 4 del artcu-
lo 91 del Cdigo Sanitario, te-
nia que indicar que el hotel o
casa de hospedaje llenaba con-
diciones sanitarias. Una vez lo-
grado esta aprobacin, los due-
os de estos negocios los Iban
conviniendo en casas de cita.
El Departamento de Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica e en-
cuentra entre la espada y la
pared, pues con la salida de sus
verdaderos tcnicos, por honra-
das que fuesen las manos emp-
ricas que la recibieran, ai en-
frentarse a un Decreto 149 de
1949 que able y reglamenta
simultneamente la prostitu-
cin lo que hizo fu crear el
vicio de n departamento legal
para reprender o legalizar. De
esta manera se persigue a la
prostituta en ve de educarla y
separarla del vicio. Loa prost-
bulos y casas de cita e han
venido basando en w examen
semanal que no es sino una
patente de corso en manos de
la prostitutas, pues lo esen-
cial, que cada casa de cita y
cada prostbulo tengan los ser-
vicios profilcticos, calomelanos
y lavados vaginales, no existe
en toda la ciudad."
"El proWema de la prostitu-
cin clandestina, descarada e
inmoral e la consecuencia del
Decreto 149 impuesto a Salu-
bridad. Lo tcnico no esta-
mos de acuerdo con l, asi lo
manifest ante la Academia Pa-
Paaa a la Pac Col. >
La actividad en
el frente seguir
Indefinidamente
LONDRES, Junio 30 (UP)
corea del Norte rechai la
propuestas de Estados Unidos
sobre el tratado de pas con el
Japn.
La agencia do noticias sovi-
ticas "Taas" inform que el lAi*
ntatro de Relacione Exteriores
norcoreano. Pea Hen Yen, re-
chaz las propuestar norteame-
ricanas en nota enviada al Co-
Werno de la Unin Sovitica.
Las autorizaciones ya con-
cedidas sern totalmente revi-
sadas por el Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, Dr. Miguel
ngel Ordftez, segn inform
la misma fuente, par; estable-
cer si llenan los requisitos exi-
gidos por la Ley. El Ministe-
rio de Gobierno y Justicia co-
municar oportunamente a la
Polica Nacional qu casas de
lenocinio pueden seguir fun-
cionando y cules deben ser
clausuradas.
Beta decisin fue tomada en
la reunin sobre moralidad e-
ectuada ayer en el Ministerio
de Gobierne y Justicia* la eual
asistieron altas autorWades de
Gobierno y Justicia, Peeyiain
Social. 1 Jefe del Ministerio
Pblico y los Jefes de la Pe
En esta conferencia el doctor
Alberto Calvo, Director de Sa-
lud Pblica, manifest que su
departamento no tiene como
controlar la prostitucin clan-
destina. Dijo que est en con-
tra de la reglamentacin de la
prostitucin, pues carece de
fuerza para actuar contra los
intereses creados. El doctor Cal-
vo se manifest de acuerdo con
asumir la responsabilidad por
el control de las enfermedades,
pero en cuanto a las autoriza-
ciones para permitir el unclo-
namlento de prostbulos, dijo
que el Decreto que reglamenta
el Cdigo Sanitario, debe ser
reformado en el sentido de oue
se haga cargo de expedir los
> persaisos un dependencia con
i-uena ejecutiva.
Trasladado Petain
de la crcel a una
casa particular
ILE D"YEU, Francia Junio SO
iUP) El ex-Marlscal H>irt
Philippe Petain fu trasladado
calladamente desde la fortale-
za que durante cinco aos fu
su prisin, a una casa en ta
pequea > Isla, en donde prolM-
olimenle pasar sus ltln.os
das.
El traslado de la hmeda pri-
sin a la casa que tta Ido trans
formada en.un hospital militar
para recibir al anciano de 35 a-
ios de edad ex-Jefe del Gober-
n de Vichy, s llev a cabo es-
ta maana con toda la pre:!-
ln de una maniobra militar
El traslado del hroe de Ver-
un fu hecho posible por el a-
r.unclo hecho por el Presidente
Aurlol de que al viejo ex-maris-
cal se le habla conmutado la
pena para ser trasladado a un
i.ospltal militar. Sin embarco,
la condicin de Petain hace du-
dar que ste llegue a aer traoia-
ado algn da a tierra firme.
Los Surcoreanos exigen que
se desarme a los comunistas
Norcoreanos y a los Chinos
PU8AN, Corta, Junio 39 (UP).-El Gobierno de Corea
del Sur exigi el retiro de lo chino, comunistas de^Corea
, el desarme del ejreito de Corea del Norte como base
para una negociacin de pa en U guerra La declaradn de elnco pantos fue dada a conacer
por ei Ministro de Relacione. Exteriores Pyun Yung Pal.
despus de una e.in de emergencia del Gabinete, con-
vocada por l Prealdente Syngman Bhee.
Los cinco requurtto mnimo otra ndole a lo comunista
Cumple aos el Lie.
Jos Isaac Fbrega
para las negociaciones son los
siguientes: .,
1) El Ejrcito Comunista chi-
no deber retirarse completa-
mente de Corea detrs de la
frontera de Manchuria para no
causar nuevos daos a la pro-
piedad y vidas de la poblacin
norcoreana.
2) Los comunistas norcorea-
nos debern ser desarmados.
3) Las Naciones Unidas de-
bern acordar evitar que nin-
guna tercera potencia le d
ayuda militar, econmica o de
^t^rf' W '# ^
norcoreanos.
4) Un representante oticial
de la Repblica de Corea de
ber tener participacin ett
cualquier conferencia Interna-
cional que discuta o considere
cualquier fase del problema co-
reano.
5) Ningn plan, programa o
curso de accin deber ser con-
siderado como de valor legal al
interfiere con la soberana na-
cional o integridad territoria
de la Repblica de Corea.
nn posible avance comunista
iiacia las importantes zonas
pioduc Loras de alimentos al sur
este de Asia.
El Primer Ministro de Tailandia
fu apresado por los militares
cuando reciba una draga de E. U.
WASHINGTON, Junio 30 lUM do elj>au para J^er^ente
El Departamento de Estado
informo que una unidad de in-
fantera de marina tailandesa
apres al Primer Ministro e
Tailandia en Bangkok y que co-
mo consecuencia estall una lu-
cha a tiros en la ciudad.
El informe del Departamento
de Estado deca que el Primer
Ministro fu apresado mientras
aceptaba la entrega de la draga
Manhattan' dada por Esuoos
Unidos a Tailandia para cui-
ta obras destinadas a mejoir
ia economa del pais frente a
la creciente presin comunc*..
La Embajada de Estados U-
nldo* en Bangkok comunic la
ottencin del Primer Ministro e
inform que en los primeros
momentos no ocurrieron lnci-
centes pero que despus se ha-
blan odo tiroteos en la parte
norte, de la capital.
El Primer Ministro. Phlbu.
de tendencias autoritarias pero
haba estado cooperando con las
potencias occidentales prepuitn
Organizan Sociedad
de Graduandos de la
Escuela Profesional
En acto celebrado en el plan-
tel el lunes 35 de los corrien-
tes, se eligi la directiva de la
Sociedad de Graduandos para
el ao lectivo de 1951-1952 asi:
Presidente, Carlos Leones; vl-
ce-presidente, Hlnksno Alfredo;
secretarla de acta y correspon-
aencla, Graciela Vlllarreal; se-
cretario de finanza, Alexl Te-
Jada; secretaria de actos so-
ciales, Jllma Puertas; secreta-
rio de prensa y propaganda.
Jos Navarro E.; secretarlo de
fUcallsactn. Luque Electa.
Tass dijo que el Gobierno de
Corea del Norte exigi que ese
pais y la China comunista p*r
.cipen en cualquier tratado 3c
paa que se firme con el Japn
Tas inform que el Canci-
ller norcoreano hizo esa desa-
lacin contestando a la n;U
sovitica en que Mosc haba
comunicado al rgimen de
Pyongyang las propuestas nor-
teamericanas para concertar el
tratado de paz con el Japn.
El Papa Po XII
hace elogio de
la juventud
ROMA, Junio 30 (UP) El
Papa Po XII dijo que las u-
ventude* catlicas son "cam-
peones vlidos de la verdad y
justicia cristiana" y "proesUa-
oarte de la paz".
El Papa hizo su declaracin en
un discurso por radio con moti-
vo de la Inauguracin del Al-
bergue Internacional de la Ju-
ventud Catlica para transen-
te en Roma.
Antes del discurso se hlcie-
ton conjeturas en algunos circu
los que crein que el Pontfi-
ce hara alguna importante de-
claracin de paz en relacin
ton el conflicto de Corea p.*ro
las conjeturas no fueron con-
firmadas
E Papa limit sus manifesta-
ciones' al campo espiritual, su-
brayando el papel que la juven-
tud catlica desempea en a
formacin del mundo cristiano.
El nuevo albergue, Inauguro-
do por el Cardenal Guiseppe Pl-
zardo. Presidente de la Oficina
Pontificia del Movimiento Accin
Catlica, se halla en via Aure-
lia, a tres kilmetros al norte
e Roma.
Con el Ing. Juan Galindo
qul publica hoy en La Estrella de Panama el Ing Sr
Juan QaUndo, Ministro de Trabajo, Previsin Social V
SalUDtcy%lcaaria tiene por objeto primordial diwanrtoda
una serie de insultos e injurias, claramente i"jvfM*f**>
"injustificables desde todo punto ^^ H? m-
rector de este diario. Asombra en verdad f'tf *,"]
nos, que el mencionado seor QaUndo se wato j!
ducir a proceder como Jo ha hecho a sabkindas de que
sus injurias carean por completo de Justificacin V a
sabiendas tambin deque el Dr Arias se f"* ^J
fuera de la ciudad y ha demostrado siempre "Pe^**
consideracin y singular apreciojor el 0J?
Pero no nos toca a nosotros comentar esa actitud <<>"
y desorbitada del Sr. Oalindo y no cabria *'ntn***ntt
gacetilla como sta analizar los impulsos y lo ?la
quizs perceptibles para muchos que WJ\mK%E
al SA aHndo-. Por razones que al publico le es'/**'c0";
prendkr no podemos contest carta $n el tono en que
^otro'asunto evidentemente incidental deqiutirata
el s? Galindo en su carta, es muy sencillo. No hay una
^^OkfraseZuna sla palabra en la noticia a que alude
de que pueda deducirse, que los permisos a "'
Here fueron expedidos durante el cortsimo lapso en que
haetlado al frente del Ministerio Por ^ontrarioje
desprende claramente de lo que aqu se publicd oue oIm
permisos fueron expedidos durante Jas l"1*^
anteriores. La noticia, tal como se dio, es abu?.e"'
correcta. Adems, es pblico y ^^fc? fl'%$&
ha estado pocos das frente a la Cartera dt Previsin
S0Clferia pueril, por ejemplo que un funcionario pblico
protestara porque en La Estrella de Pam**e*Zi
dice aue un accidente en Veraguas que dej un saldo
considerable de heridos se debi al mal estado dla carre-
tera i/ no reiter La Estrella expresamente que esa situa-
ctesanterilr a la fecha en que el titular de Obras Pu-
blicas tom posesin de su cargo. Hnrfn ,%-
Seguramente la confusin del Ingeniero Galindo es-
triba en que l no establece diferencias entre su persona
y la permanente institucin del Ministerio de Trabajo
PrevUin Social y Salud Pblica, del cual l es, desde el
""^eaVclmo fuere hacemos la explicacin y
Z^,.?tfr?a^a?Z SrttJS S
primordtalV/ la de insultar. ^ REDACC0N
La Convencin del Partido
Liberal Nacional se inici
esta maana en Santiago
SANTIAGO, lunlo 30. (Corres-
ponsal Especial). Con la par-
ticipacin de 152 delegados se
Inaugurar maana en ei teatro
Maria LUisa, en esta ciudad, la
Primera Gran Convencin del
Partido Liberal Nacional. Du-
rante la horas de la tarde de
ayer y esta maana han esta-
do llegando a esta ciudad los
delegado y representaciones de
todas las provincias de la Re-
pblica. La ciudad se encuentra
nena de visitantes, miembros
del Partido Liberal Nacional, de
observadores de otras facciones
polticas y de representantes de
la prensa nacional.
Distinguidos lderes poltico
de la capital y de las provin-
cias e encuentran reunido)
conferenciando en el Hotel Pla-
za, donde se ha Instalado una
oficina de Informacin que ac-
ta en coordinacin con el Co-
mit Organizador de esta gran
convencin poltica.
Tambin e encuentran aqui
prominentes miembros de vario
partidos polticos, quienes han
sido Invitados especialmente pof
la Comisin Organizadora de la
Convencin.
Igual salario para mujeres que
para hombres adopt Organizacin
Mundial del Trabajo en Ginebra
El albergue fu construido per
subscripcin, la mayor pa'te
con aportaciones de Estados U-
nldos. y comprende seis edlfieloi
con 600 habitaciones. Este tiene
el propsito de alojar a los J-
venes catlicos de todas las na-
cionalidades que visiten a Italia,
a quienes se les dar conferen-
cias y facilidades variadas.
CIRCULACIN PAGAD!
DE AYER MAS DE
21,900
Grandioso espectculo ser
ofrecido esta noche en el
festival del Jardn Balboa
LGOCIAS Wffi^.t^^^
peeteele qe ofrecer e.ta noche el Clab de Espesas de Perie-
dUtee! a beneficio de lo. voceador de Pl > *
Balboa. U eroueata presentar la Maxima atraccin del arte
feUueriee argentino Bal Aporte, reelentemente llegado a Pana-
"^Por otra parte todo est lUto para I. "MajflcatoboU e
ofrecer .1 pblieo ms de oriniento, regales de toda UfaHt,
en lo. enales we podr sanar premios de alto valor obaeo.oiao.
por nnmeroaas casas eomerciale. de este capital.
Ua llene sin precedente me espera esta noche en el Jardn
Balboa, no ele por les atractivos sngala res que ofrece el festi-
val sino per la finalidad altamente social ae persigne, mal ea
la de iassasar al deaayano para lo* perrodlqaeros.
El Lie. Jose Isaac Flega ce-
lebra hoy su cumpleaos. El Lie.
Fbrega es uns de nuestras mas
redas mentalidades Jurdica e
intelectual de nota, quien ha
sentado fama de brioao orador y
poltico.
Trabajador Incansable, lucha
per la regeneracin poltica de
nuestra Repblica, en cuyo fa-
vor se ht. pronunciado en dl-
Tersa. ocasione con u vibran-
te -erbo.
Hacemos votos porque conti-
ne laboiando en bien del pas
y obtenga los ms rnloso xi-
tos en SP carrera.
Corea del Norte
rechaz plan de
Estados Unidos
COREA, Junio 30. (UP). Un
portavoz del Cuartel General
de las fuerza areas aliadas,
inform que la aviacin de la
Naciones Unida continuar a-
tacando los objetivo y tropas
comunista haata que entrs en
vigor el armisticio.
El portavoz dijo que '"conti-
nuaremos atacando como hasta
ahora sin aumentar ni Inten-
sificar lo bombardeos".
Huelga de Panaderos
estalla en la Habana
HABANA, Junio 30 Habana estar sin pan hoy de-
bido a la huelga de 1,800 pa-
naderos que se inici a media
noche contra 400 panaderas de
la ciudad. I
Loa huelguista exigen un au-
mento de 40 por ciento en sus
salarios, el uso de productos de
primera calidad en la confec-
cin del pan y que se le ven-
da a loe consumidores moldes
de pan de una libra en lugar
de los moldes de 12 onzas que
se le venden al consumidor co-
mo si pesaran 16 onzas.
GINEBRA, junio 30. (UP).
La conferencia anual de la Or-
ganizacin Internad o n a 1 del
Trabajo adopt pagar a las mu-
jeres igual salarlo que a los
hombres por igual trabajo.
La votacin que requera una
mayora de dos terceras par-
tes fue aprobada por 105 con-
tra 33 voto y 40 abstenciones.
Votaron en contra la dele-
gacin del Gobierno de Africa
del Sur y la mayora de lo
representante patronales, in-
cluso los norteamericanos y mas
de 30 delegados gubernamenta-
les se abstuvieron.
Los representante del Go-
bierno de Estados Unidos vota-
ron en favor, pero dijeron que
el cumplimiento queda a car-
go de cada uno de sus 48 Es-
tados.
El delegado del Gobierno Bri-
tnico dijo que ste apoya el
principio pero que no podr ha-
cerlo cumplir hasta que "lo
permita
ca".
la situacin econml-
Se dan detalles de
cmo mataron a la
seora M. brego *
COLON, junio 30. (J. B.) 4
Anbal Ortega, panameo, jor-
nalero de 25aos de edad, ne-
gro, con residencia en la ca-
sa 3035 cuarto 2. hijo de Ma-
nuel Garcia y Emiliana Orte
!;a. fue detenido en Puerto Pi-
n ayer por la Polica Secreta
de esta ciudad a cargo de don
Cario Blebarach, como ospe-
choso de la muerte de Mar-
garita brego, encontrada el
da 27 de lo corrientes en las
Inmediaciones del Hospital Na-
val de Coco Solo.
Conducido a la Secreta fue
sometido anoche a un inte-
rrogatorio y confes haber da-
do muerte a Margarita brego
con un cuchillo de cocina el
domingo 24 del presente mes.
Ortega en su declaracin In-
forma que el domingo 24 desde
las 8:30 ajn. aproximadamen-
te, comenz a libar copas coa
Margarita en la cantina 'Unin',
pasando despus a las cantinas)
Aliados' y Dixie', de esta l-:
tima tomaron un taxi negro co-^
mo a las tres y media de la
nue no se aumentarn sus n-^Urde. que los llevo por la ca-
Seguir racionada
la carne para el
pueblo britnico
LONDRES, Junio 30 (UP).
Se Inform al pueblo brinlco
ones de carne hasta que se
hayan logrado acumular en os
almacenes la reaervas necesa-
ila que haba desaparecido tr-
tualmente al suspenderse los
embarques de Argentina.
Un diputado pregunt al S-
cretario Parlamentarlo del Mi-
nisterio de Subsistencias, FrcJe-
ntk WUley, por qu se estaba
almacenando toda la carne que
c recibe de Argentina en vez de
utilizarla para aumentar las ra-
ciones.
WUley contest que es neccaa-
ilo crear reservas y asegur que
se aumentarn las raciones u.n
pronto como la existencia* lo
permitan
rretera transistmlca y al llegar
a la estacin de buses que que-
da cerca del Hospital Naval de
Coco Solo, ordeno al chofer que
parase, bajndose del carro y
teniendo que ayudar a su acom-
paante ya que se caa de-
bido al estado de embriague!
en que se encontraba. brego
se ech a Margarita al hom-
bro y subi una loma que que-
da al lado izquierdo de la ca-
rretera cerca del Hospital Na-
val y all hizo abuso carnal de
Margarita que se enfureci J
logr morderle un dedo, y el
en un momento de ira sac el
cuchillo de su bolsillo, propi-
nndole tres cuchilladas al la-
do derecho del estmago, lue-
go trat de sentarla, pero no
tPaaa a ha pea uta colanas* 94


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IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN?*
SBADO. JUNIO It. U
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ham*ooio Ni*. Dimcrea
IDITOMA PANAMA AMCRICA. S. A.
TtiPONe t-07 :ciNTAt *>ivoi apartOC ^oti te. S4
IN tvm tLL* 1TUAOO IN .! l.lU0O. CALLS H. M. S7
LA lv :TRiO-Vil' LF LA PROPUESTA E
PAZ PARA COREA
En los ltimos das se ha venido debatiendo en
los crculos internacionales la propuesta comunis-
ta de concertar la paz para Corea. En todo mo-
mento las Naciones Unidas han estado dispuestas
a cooperar decididamente en el sentido de que el
mundo disfrute de la tranquilidad indispensable
para que los pueblos de la tierra vivan dentro del
orden y del respeto mutuo.
Es, pues, seguro que si la propuesta de paz
aludida estuviere inspirada en sentimientos y en
propsitos sinceros muy pronto habr de resplan-
decer bajo el cielo de Corea la bandera blanca de
la paz.
En relacin con esta propuesta el Presidente
dejos Estados Unidos de Amrica ha dictado las
instrucciones pertinentes para que, el General es-
tadounidense, Mattew B. Ridgway, quien a nom-
bre de la ONU comanda el ejrcito libertador de
Corea del Sur, entre en arreglo con los invasores.

En breve se sabr en el mundo si en reali-
dad los comunistas pretenden sorprender a las na-
cjones democrticas con una insincera actitud apa-
rentemente pacifista o si en verdad se quiere el
cese de las hostilidades.
s
i Mientras se conocen a fondo los trminos de
la proposicin del ejrcito rojo los observadores
y; los estadistas internacionales estn haciendo ml-
tiples conjeturas sobre el mvil que puede haber
inspirada la propuesta mencionada. Son muchos los
que dudan, en vista de las experiencias histricas,
d la sinceridad de este deseo de paz. Se piensa en
el peligro de que sea solamente una maniobra pa-
ra confundir a la opinin mundial mientras en Irn
el problema se agudiza.
De todas maneras el mundo est pendiente de
las informaciones que revelen el contenido de las
negociaciones. Sera de desearse que stas fueren
lo suficientemente adecuadas para que las fuerzas
beligerantes puedan llegar hacia la etapa definiti-
va la propuesta de paz. Porque es indudable que si
lo que se pretende no tiene finalidad sana que ga-
rantice la libertad de la Repblica de Corea del
Sur ser casi imposible ponerle fqi' esa sangrien-
ta guerra. _______________
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Pw DREW PEARSON
Triunf el Ballet en el Nacional
Nana Gollner, la estrella de la Compaa
Drew Pearson dice: El Congresista Kluczynski cambi de
parecer sobre la rebaja de los precios; los Rusos jue-
gan al escondido con la paz en Corea.
WASHINGTON. El deba-
te secreto sobre la rebaja de
precios en el Comit Banca-
rio y Monetario de la Cma-
ra de Representantes revel
muchas cosas rae las amas
de casa debieran saber. Una
de ellas es que el Congresis-
ta John Kluczynski, Demo-
crat de Illinois, que repre-
senta el distrito de los gran-
des corrales de Chicago, vo-
t contra las amas do casa
a pesar de que su distrito
es uno de los ms pobres en
Chicago.
Ms an, Kluczynski admiti
descaradamente en el debate
secreto qua loa grandes empa-
cadores de carne se le habian
acercado.
"Yo habl el asunto con ellos,
y ellos lo aprobaron", dijo en-
cogindose de hombros, expli-
cando por qu vot en avor
de los altos precios.
"Y por qu no habian de
aprobarlo? se mof el Con-
gresista Richard Boiling, De-
mcrata de Missouri. "Obten-
drn una rebaja de dies por
ciento en el precio que pa-
gan por la carne y todava
podrn seguir obteniendo al-
tos precios por lo que ven-
den''.
Ms tarde, el Congresista
Franklin Roosevelt Jr., se eo-
munlc con el Congresista
Klucsynski y le exigi que vo-
tara con el consumidor. Roo-
sevelt dijo que el Partido De-
mcrata siempre ha defendi-
do a la gente pobre y no a
los empacadores de carne. El
Congresista Thomas O'Brien,
Demcrata, decano de la de-
legacin de Chicago, tambin
apoy al Congresista de los
corrales y en la ltima sesin
tambin cambi su voto.
AMIGO DE LOS
EMPACADORES
Su -Cambio, sin embargo, fue
neutralizado por el Congre-
sista Clarence Burton de Vir-
ginia, quien primero vot en
favor de las amas de casa, pe-
ro que despus que las fuerzas
de Harry Byrd se le acercaron,
vot en contra.
El Congresista Tom Fgate
de Virginia, otro secuaz de
Byrd, fue el hombre que pre-
sent la mocin en el debate
secreto del Comit para blo-
quear la rebaja de precios. F-
gate gan por 12 11, por lo
que los votos de Burton y Kluc-
7vnskl eran tan importantes,
Otros tres Demcratas, adems
de Fgate, votaron original-
mente con los empacadores. Paul.
Brown de Georgia. Albert Rains
dp Alabama, "> Kluczynski ten,
!a primera votacin).
Vo considero que esto (la re-
visin de Fgate) es un arre-
glo razonable", declar Brown.
Arreglo, al diablo!", grit
Abraham Multer, Demcrata
de Nueva York. "Esta os ana
completa derrota para loa
consumidores. Los empacado-
res consiguen lo que quieren,
y los consumidores que se va-
yan al diablo".
TREGUA AL ESCONDIDO
Es cosa segura que los ra-
sos jugarn al escondido a
las maraas de la diploma-
cia durante algn tiempo, con
propuesta para una tre-
gua en Corea. Pero es igual-
mente cierto que ellos quie-
ren definitivamente terminar
el desastroso embrollo corea-
no.
firkin
pr hibtrat libra.*
" la Mistipatia!
"No escribo pera obtener una re-
compensa, sino para darles las gra-
cias. All-Bran me Ka curado 1
estreimiento. |E*
maravilloso!" Pala-
bras de la seora B.
Mettler. 94 M.xweH
Ave.. Rochester II,
N. Y. Un testimonia
mis de los centena-
res de personas que
toman AH-Bran. Si la conrtipaciia
que usted sufre se debe a taha de
volumen, tome diariamente uaa
ona* de AH-Bran y beba asuena
agua durante el dia. Muy pronta
notar usted alivio. All-Bras OS
un delicioso alimento.
El Servicio de Inteligencia
de Estados Unidos lo ha in-
dicado durante algn tiempo.
He aqu algunas de las ra-
zones:
1) Los chinos se estn sin-
tiendo inquietos. Sus bajas
san terribles y los seores
de la guerra de China quie-
nes "poseen" sus propios ejr -
ritos, no quieren que stos
sufran una merma. Les rea-
tarla peder y prestigio.
Z) Los chinos estn exigien-
do ms y ms ayuda de Ru-
sia, ayuda que Mosc no es-
t muy ansioso de dar.
3) Mao est siendo criti-
cado por sus propios conse-
jeros. Ellos llaman la aten-
cin al hecho que la China
no puede permitir convertir-
se en un satlite de Rusia y
que ese es el camina que
estn tomando.
4) El hambre en la Chi-
na ha sido peor este ao que
nunca. Varios millones han
muerto y los comunistas re-'
cfben la culpa.
4) Las bandas de guerri-
llas antl-comunlstas se estn
haciendo ms y ms pode-
rosas en el Sur de China En
algunas reas los comunistas
slo controlan las ciudades.
Los rusos nunca han vaci-
lado en virarse completamen-
te cuanda se ven metidos' en
Un lo. Eso fue lo que hi-
cieron en Berln cuando no
pudieron con el contra-blo-
queo. Y ahora, no hay la me-
nor duda que ellos quieren
abandonar la guerra coreana,
pero quieren hacerlo con sus
propias condiciones, dejando
a Corea del Sur en peligre de
ser atacada de nuevo.________
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Anoche se present en el es-
cenario del Teatro Nacional
en funcin en honor del Excmo.
seor Presidente de la Repbli-
ca, don Alclbiades Arosemena
y de la Primera Dama, la se-
ora de Arosemena el "Ba-
llet Russe Imperial", compaa
que ha llegado a nuestra ciu-
dad con fama bien cimentada,
merced a la Sociedad Musical
Daniel, cuyo agente en Panama
es el Maestro Herbert De Cas-
tro, el animador insustituible
de los espectculos de arte en
el medio.
El teatro estaba brillantsi-
mo: un lleno completo: fue re-
cibido el Jefe del Estado, seor
Arosemena, a los acordes del
Himno Nacional, escuchado de
Sle por la concurrencia. Al ae-
or Presidente acompaaba su
gabinete en pleno, distribuido
en los palcos oficiales: con los
miembros del Gabinete, perso-
nalidades destacadas del Go-
bierno. Pocas veces el Nacional
ha ofrecido esa sensacin de
coliseo de rango. Estaba asegu-
rado asi el triunfo.
El programa se desarrollo,
pues, en el ambiente adecuado.
Por supuesto, no hubo or-
questa. Actuaron dos pianistas
Jean Fraser y Simn Sadoff
que hicieron cuanto estuvo' en
sus manos por sustituirnos la
orquesta, tan capital para un
espectculo de ballet. Cierto
que constituye un imposible or-
f antear una orquesta en nues-
ra urbe, con los lgicos ensa-
yos, en una temporada que al-
canza escasas noches.
8e hizo "El lago de los Cis-
nes", en su ms brillante acto.
No es nuevo este ballet en
Panam. Pero si la coreografa
que acompaa la msica de
Tchalkowsky, pues se le aaden
fiasos y nmeros de Paul Pe-
roff, coregrafo notable que
renueva lo realizado por Peti-
pa e Ivanof. Para Petlpa, co-
mo es sabido, escribi Tchal-
kowsky la partitura de "El lago
de los Cisnes" y la de "Cas-
canueces". As, "El lago de los
Cisnes" no puede negarse ea
un ballet romntico, dentro de
la denominacin de "ballet
classlque". Tiene este ballet
mucha gesticulacin pantom-
mica para ligar los monumen-
tos de la danza propiamente
dicha: va desde el "Petit Pas"
origen del mote de Petl-
pa..., hasta el adagio, las va-
riaciones, la coda, los "entre-
chats". El adagio lo bailo ma-
ravillosamente Nana Gollner, la
estrella de este conjunto, con
su partenalre", Paul Petroff.
Cuanto se diga de Nana Goll-
ner parecer plido ante la rea-
lidad. Es una danzarina genial,
de un bello cuerpo necesa-
rio en cate arte singularsimo
del ballet, el arte por exce-
lencia como espectculo, de
una perfeccin y agilidad y es-
cuela milagrosas. Deca anoche
Irma Wise de dt la Guardia
que esta bailarina- es de lo ms
perfecto que ella conoce. Y ella
conoce...
Preciosos los trajes del con-
junto e ideal el que us Nana
Gollner, con su adorno de cis-
ne en la cabellera.
El conjunto, formado por seis
danzarinas y cuatro bailarines,
es esplndido, sobre todo en lo
que a ellas se refiere.
Petroff es un acompaante
de Nana Gollner admirable. No
es poco.
Al "Lago de los Cisnes" si-
gui un ballet abstracto que
constitua estreno en Panam:
"Proscenio". Consta de cuatro
escenas muy amables, con m-
sica de John Stewart McLen-
man: la coreografa es de Pe-
troff. Caus muy buena im-
presin. En esta parte no in-
tervienen Nana Gollner ni Pe-
troff. como ejecutantes.
' El final fue "Chez Maxim's',
con msica de Strauss, Lim-
bye y Strlner, la coreografa de
Tatlana Chaml. Alegre este ba-
llet, burlesco, con aromas de
Pars. Nana Gollner est ad-
mirable en su papel de baila-
rina que llega, despus de su
actuacin en la Opera, al fa-
moso restaurant.
La funcin satisfizo por com-
pleto al pblico que acudi al
teatro: es un espectculo que
da categora. Y como siempre,
a la Sociedad Musical Daniel
se le debe.
Esta noche se ofrece la se-
gunda funcin por la compa-
a del "Ballet Russe Imperial",
en la oue figura la mxima es-
trella Nana Gollner de la cla-
se de las mejores bailarinas
Alicia Marcova, Slovenska, Ali-
cia Alonso, herederas de Pau-
lova y de las diosas Tagllonl, la
Grisi. Oanny Cerrlto: se har
"Giselle", ballet clsico, en su
integridad, con msica de A-
dolphe Adam y coreografa de
Jean Corelll, con Nana de pro-
tagonista. Y despus "La No-
che encantada", con mslct de
Chopin y coreografa de Paul
Petroff, en sus cuatro partes:
Adagio, pas de Trols. Solo y
Final. Maravilla de arte.
Para el domingo se anuncia
"Les Sylphides", con msica de
Chopin, la "Danza Espaola",
con msica de Tchaikowsky y
la clebre Farruca: "Destino",
con msica del segundo movi-
miento de la Quinta Sinfona
Caja de Ahorros
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Paga 2% de inters anual en depsitos
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B.5.00
a
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas do
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
HORROS DE NAVID\D
Depsitos semanales de 8/.0.25; 8/.0.50; B/.1.00
y B.5.00, por un perodo de cutrentiocho (48)
tamaas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinal en Celen: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
a.m. 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
(i. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de Bl 5^,000,000.00
Transacciones Sanearas en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
/Vos E$pecial*amo$ en el Financiamiento de
Importacione* v Exportacione$
PUES, HOMBRE,
LE DIRE..
;. Qu le gusta mis a la mayora
de la gente ? Cuando se ha esta-
do tanto tiempo en el negocio
como yo, y se ha visto qu mar-
cas prefiera el pblico, se apren-
da a conocer sua gustos.
En mi tienda, por ejemplo, la
mayora da mis clientes pre-
fiere las Sopas Campbell's. Co-
mo hay 21 clases a eligir, las
hay para todos los paladares,
todas las familias y todos los
bolsillos.
T no as extrao. Todas las
Sopa Campbell's son delicio-
sas .. muy nutritivas .. una
buena compra
Si, yo afirmarla qua las Sopas
Campbell's son las preferidas
del pblico. Lo s... porque ven-
do muchsimas,
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
ror DEMOSTENES V ERG ARA
VI
Conceptuamos sue salo'en la medida estricta y legtimamen-
te necesaria deberemos buscar en el sacrificio de nuestros bos-
ques las tiernts sue Juagasen los expertos agro-pecuarios canas
Imprescindibles gara acoger la labor de nuestro campesinado en
aumento.
Debemos, en la va de un desarrollo racional de nuestros re-
cursos naturales, impulsar 1* silvicultura, pero sobre la base do
un proceso SOSTENIDO y no puramente EXTRACTIVO come so
practica en la actualidad, a pesar de nuestras flamantes legis-
laciones sobre la materia. Las proposiciones del capital extran-
jero deben no slo acogerse sino invitarse para el desarrollo de
industrias madereras Integrales. Pero antes es preciso. Imperio-
so, contar con un cuerpo de tcnicos forestales que idearan 1
forma de asegurar la reforestacin seleccionada de las regiones
explotables y sealarn las pautas para sn cientfica utilizacin.
Es probable que la diseminacin y mantenimiento de los "viveras
forestales" deba estar a cargo del Estado y no de las empresas
privadas, las que se comprometeran comractualmente a proveer
su aporte proporcional a un especial "fondo de reforestacin" na-
c.onal. Las parcelas explotadas que por su composicin ble-qu-
mica, u otros conceptos, se considerasen mejor adaptables para
fines agrcolas o ganaderos iran incrementando paulatinamente
el hectareaje disponible para estos fines.
Mientras tanto, es deber del Estado procurar el alivio de las
caractersticas cada ves ms empobrecidas e inclementes de las
regiones agrcolas o ganaderas situadas en las inmediaciones do
as comunidades interioranas o a lo largo de las vas de corns*
licacin. En esta tierra "feraz'' azotan peridicamente las re-
giones litorales del Pacfico, sobre todo en las dilatadas bajerias
de las provincias centrales, sequas cruentas. En escasos nme-
ros de aos hemos visto secarse los ros y arroyos durante cada
ves mayor nmero de das al ao y, vice-versa, aumentar el pe-
ligro de las inundaciones espordicas cerca de sus "bocas". La
destruccin gradual de los bosques para conseguir tierras de cul-
tivo NOMADICO en sus cuencas na reducido prcticamente a
CERO la retencin de las aguas y del humus, provocando la irre-
gularidad creciente de sus regmenes; ha aumentada la accin do
los agentes erosivos; las materias orgnicas se oxidan bajo la ex-
posicin ahora directa de los rayos solares agravando la miseria
del suelo. El clima se torna cada vez ms sofocante y despia-
dado. El desierto avanza!!!
Sistemas de irrigacin, siembra de franjas bascosas, abono a
la tierra languideciente, implantacin de los sistemas de surcos
y terrazas retenedores de humus y aguas para las vertientes pro-
picias a la erosin, he all las medidas que debe adoptar el Es-
tado para "limitar la resistencia ambiental" y aumentar conse-
cuencialmente la "capacidad de sostenimiento de Is tierra" (Wil-
liam Vogt. "Road to Survival". IMS).
Slo amparados con estas saludables provisiones cientficas
podremos, a nuestro humilde juicio, emprender la debatida con-
quista de las TIERRAS ALTAS. Estas constituyen reservas ben-
decibles pero limitadas. Dada su poca extensin relativa, segn
vimos anteriormente, no creemos que estn llamadas a albergar
sino una fraccin moderada de nuestra futura poblacin. Consi-
deramos que slo cultivos que no implicasen el derribe en masa
de sus bosques seran lgicos y. provechosos, tales el caf, el ca-
cao y los arboles frutales. Los cereales cuentan entre los culti-
vos favorecedores de la erosin. Consideramos, por tanto, il-
gica su siembra en las empinadas vertientes de las tierras altas.
Las mesetas o valles templados se prestaran idealmente a su
cultivo moderno. Destruir el carcter forestal de las altas ver-
tientes dara origen a la modificacin substancial del rgimen
de loa ros cuyas cabeceras empiezan desde all. Sabido es que
los vientos ocenicos, cargados de humedad, encuentran en nues-
tras cordilleras un obstculo natural que las obliga a subir y a
enfriarse adiabticamente, despojndolos de su humedad por con-
densacin y lluvias consiguientes. Dsda la estreches de nuestra
Istmo y la vegetacin de sabanas en aumento en la regin lito-
ral, el caudal de los ros crecera sbita y torrenclalmente des-
pus de las fuertes precipitaciones montaosas le que se vera
agravado par el exiguo kilometraje de sus cursos y les aguaceros
simultneos de las sabanas poco retenedoras de agua.
El costo de la construccin de sus vas de acceso amplias
hace posterga ble el desarrollo de las tierras altas y an el de las
valles o altiplanos templados. Esas tierras podrn en el futuro
sobre todo las inmediatas a la ciudad de Panam, albergar can-
tros urbanos residenciales, facilidades tursticas o recreativas f
de pesca y casa, o asumir quisas las funciones de Capital de Id
Repblica.
' '----------------*
'
de Tchaikowsky y coreografa
de Paul Petroff, basada en el
original de Massine, y por fin
"Don Quijote", con msica de
Mlnkus, con su "pas de deux",
su "Variacin" y su "Coda".
Tres noches, tres aconteci-
mientos.
Justifican el triunfo de la pri-
mera actuacin en Panam de
Nana Gollner.
Felicitmosla. Y felicitemos
Herbert De Castro que nos la
ha trado a nuestro Teatro Na*
cional.
i tu
Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
NACI N It20-
SIGU TAN CAMPANTl
Mn raflrar 5a*U Ltd.. ScMft WhUky
DittiUn. KmariMdi. SaMland.
tV JABN Dt SALUD UFEBW(SALVAVIDA)
Despus de un lavado con Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy
(Salvavida) se sentir fresco y con un vigor extra-
ordinario. Su profundamente limpiadora espuma hace
desaparecer el calor agotador y mantiene el frescor de
su cuerpo durante todo el dia. Guarde una pastilla de
Jabn de Salud Lifebuoy (Salvavida) a mano y
empleando este jabn de manera regular te sentir
siempre fresco.
PARA FRESCOR PERSONAL CONSTANTE
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f ABADO. TTTOfO 1.
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t-AOTNA TltTS
Fue suspendida huelga de
empleados ferrocarrileros
aue amenazaba a La Habana
" uirina Junio 30 (UP)
Sociales de Coln
re. JUDITU 8EBTONCIM
re p ,0M
i excitacin
ai na .t de ios corrientes
te vio muy leuciiauo con mo-
tivo ae ie-tejar sus nauuea ei
HABANA, Junio 30 (UP)
La huelga ferroviaria que deba
comenzar sta noche ha sido
suspendida despus de la inter-
vencin personal del Ministro
de Trabajo Arturo Hernando:
Tellahace durante una confe-
rencia con los obreros y repre-
sentantes de la compaa.
La solucin del problema se
consigui cuando la Compaa
del Ferrocarril de Guantnamo
tenor don Ju-e *uu. u*"."^ accedi0, Dajc protesta, a conce-
a.*o ta.Ji "ui:"uUf,a"'' der a los obreros un aumento
' de salarlos.
La compaa dijo que le era
imposible acceder a las deman-
das debido a las altas tarifas,
y le pidi al Gobierno cubano
que encontrara dentro de un
periodo de noventa das una
solucin aceptable a ambas par-
tes. po~ medio de reduccin de
tarifas y concesiones dt impues-
tos de importacin.
7
laT fiutui ."y cordajes.
a.nuicn bumo el 2 un ao
mij ue wuu m uuui ."tob''-
lAuUyuHi. Wue ctteuie Mili....'.
amo nti.us ub Uaciuao.
ju^emo su cuaito aniversa-
ria ut) i.uCiiii.nuU ti ia I uCl
Jj.rii.wi^t Ulto ti limo Uuy **-
uuj, u*jO uei nour uei ut. je-
nt.v-u u**> i- seora ooua
juma oe i^puy. rommUraw
vumu porque celebre muenes
anos mas con salud y oienes-
ifct:
Podrn inscribirse
en el Ejrcito los
no norteamericanos
Los ciudadanos no norteame-
ricanos que deseen ofrecerse co-
mo voluntarlos para entrar en
el Ejrcito podrn hacerlo a
travs de las Juntas locales una
vez que se Inicie el registro.
El Coronel John W. Barker,
Oficial Regional de Dallas anun-
ci que, sin embargo, el regis-
tro no comenzar sino hasta
despus del lo. de Septiembre.
De todas maneras, los anuncios
se harn a su debido tiempo
en cuanto a la fecha y lugar
en que podrn registrarse los
voluntarlos, una vez aue te ex-
pida el Decreto Pretldenclal en
Washington.
La anterior aclaracin ha si-
do hecha en vista de que una
I gran cantldar de ciudadanos
no norteamericanas han lnun-
: dado las oficinas del Servicio
Selectivo de la Zona del Ca-
' nal y el Cuartel del Comando
1 del Caribe, en la creencia que
| ya se haba iniciado el regis-
tro.
Un piloto chileno
sufre accidente
de aviacin
El Mircoles a so del medio
da ocurri un accidente de u-
viacln en territorio colomola-
.o. cuando un avin Plpcr de .*
ciclos tuvo que hacer un atenl-
cje forzoso.
Segn fuimos informados s-
ta maana por el piloto chileno
5r. Catn, l y su compaera
Jos Saavedra. chileno tamoln
despegaron del aeropuerto ce
Jaqu en dos aviones. A so de
150 millas de Jaqu hubo ,i.n
i'ucrte tormenta, por lo que el
piloto Saavedra trat de ater-i-
ton urinaciones en la
Vfc.Oul.i
ti domingo 1 de Julio su Se-
u..a ijubuioima Monseor Jos
Mura rreciaao istuva. o. aa. r.,
aaiaiiisirara el baciumeiuo uc
la L-onurmacion en la catedral
ti* la-inmaculada Concepcin a.
las il:ii0 a.m. se acuerua a los
interesado- que deben sacar el
boleto de contirmacln con
nempo en el oespaciio Parro-
quial, para lo cuai presentarn,
a ser posiDle, el certificado de
Bautismo.
'* del postte co
Cumpleaos de Maana
iyoua bixia vda. de Grl-
maldo se ver maana sbado
muy lencitaoa por sum- i;..
ese da un ao ms de vida.
Queremos ser los primeros en
lellcitarla.
Don Pedro ternndez Parri-
lla ceiebra maana tambin sus
natales. Plcenos felicitarlo con
tal motivo.
Celebra maana sbado su
segundo ao de venturosa exis-
tencia el nlito Dionisio Vllla-
rreal. hijo del hogar de don
Dionisio Vlllarreal y dona Na-
nita de Villarrcal. Sea tilo mo-
tivo para enviarle un carioso
saludo de felicitacin y formu-
lamos votos por tu creciente
dicha y ventura nersonal.
Festival en el Jardn
Monaco
Auspiciado por el Comit co-
ln Prospera se llevar a cabo
el sbado 30 de los corrientes
de ;00 a 4:00 a.m. en el Jar-
din Monaco un grandioso fes-
tival bhablc para recoger fon-
dos y dotar a la Polica de Co-
ln con una banda. Amenizar
este acto social la conocida
Orquesta "Tropical." La entrada
cestar solamente un balboa
para los caballeros.
Alta Presin Sanguine*
SI la Alia Presin Sanguine*. It
causa mareoe. dolor! en 1 coratOn.
dolor de cabeza, dWcultad para
replrnr, Indigestin, palpitaciones
tobllloe imlnmadot, ird. puede lograr
alivio easl tntiantaneo de estos sn-
tomas pellsro" con HYNOX. pida
HYNOX n su fnnnacl* favorita hoy
mismo y se sentir* aftoa A leve
isa tro da so-os da
AH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
^ Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
zar en una playa contigua a
Baha Solano, Colombia-
Segn fuimos Informados, el
piloto Saavedra dl Varia vu'
,;s sobre la playa y al tratar
de aterrizar parece que el Uo.;
de aterrizaje del avin se .ai.-
d.o en la arena haciendo (,uc
ci avin diera una voltereta
El piloto Catn sigui danio
vueltas sobre la playa hasta -i-ie
ilo que unos residentes del lu-
ai corrieron al avin colocan-
dolo en posicin normal, y aa--
cando al piloto Saavedra. qu.cn
ic hizo seas a Catn de que e
encontraba en perfecto estado
y que se volviera a Panama
El piloto Catn emprendi ri-
pioso hacia Panam llegando ai
Aeropuerto Nacional de Pa>UP.-
Granos
*E1 Aviso Oportuno'
UNGENTO
Y JABN
EL UNGENTO BLANCO Y NEGRO es
una indispensable ayuda para eliminar los
barros, granos, espinillas, pecas y otras
ffeciones que afean la piel. Es tambin
un efectivo agente blanqueador del cutis.
t>ese en combinacin con el JABN FA-
CIAL BLANCO Y NEGRO para un trata-
miento completo.
BLANCO Y NEGRO
En todo el mundo los nios prefieren In
Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minuios. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y veri.
Luego srvase mitd tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la lamili un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar uoiverealmente preferido
para el desayuno.
**tecr"
Centra1
4de
julio l^s^r^s*.
Central EL halcn y la flecha

OllATINAS IOYAL
El postre dt loe das calurosos ...
delicioso, puro j frasco como la fruta
jugosa Hay un reo-iris a escoger
n tu rica variedad dt sabor**: fresa,
frambuM*. naranja limn y careta.
PUDINIS ROYAL
Para complementer alta comida ...
un poetre delicilo y fcil de digerir
... fcil dt preparar tambin! Pru-
belo* en ral dierentes sabor* vai-
nilla, chocolata, cs-smelo. Y lo* deli-
cite* a bate de tapioca; coco con
naranja, vainilla y chocolata.
PIAN ROYAL
iLocidor como el oro d*llcio*o
como I* miel1 Srvelo a menudo en
a* tai porque el Plan Royal
Isiwnpr* tele perfecto) ly et Un tan-
cilio j rpido hacerlo!
ADMINISTRACIN GENERAL DE RENTAS INTERNAS
AVISA
Que I da 30 da Junio vence I plazo para pagar
la Primera Partida del Impuesto Sobre la Renta corres-
pondiente a las Utilidades obtenidas en el ao 1950. Se
advierte que, despus de esa fecha, se cobrar el re-
cargo que establece la Ley.
"Nos ahorra tiempo... dinero y mo-
lestias... representa ms ganancias"
MJaaasi i*sk*skaB*saskt*kta^s>Jh*>nA
imen innumeraais
IwmRm de negocio sobre el
CLIPPER CARGG
."Clipper Cargo" est al
alcance do su telfono.
Una llamada le traer rpida-
mente un experto en 4 transporto
da carga araa. Comunique* con
cualquier oficina da la PA'A.
Cualquiera que sea su negocio, a usted le con-
viene conocer las mltiples ventajas que le ofrece
"Clipper Cargo"-no slo sus embarques llegarn
con increble rapidez, sino que ahorrar en al-
macenaje, inventarios, empaque y seguro.
Desde hace veinte aos PAA viene desarrollando
esta importante fase del transporte areo... hasta
que hoy da transporta millones de kilos entre los
seis continentes del mundo. Esta e$ la manera
mejor de embarcar toda clase de mercancas.
ClIPPl'R
C4RGO
Tel. 10670
::.
Pan American World Airways
io aioa o u i hay
PARISIN".
ANUNCIA SU GRAN
BARATILLO ANUAL
PARA EL LUNES 2 DE JULIO
NO PIERDA LA OPORTUNIDAD DE ADQUIRIR
mercancas de las MEJORES MARCAS
A PRECIOS LOCOS

TRAJES
DESDE
1
95
CAMISAS
DE MARCAS FAMOSAS
2.50-
ROPA t
^7- INTERIOR
PARA
SEORAS
GRANDES REBAJAS
CORBATAS
CAMISETAS
CALZONCILLOS
CAMISAS SPORT
CORREAS ^
PIJAMAS
CALCETINES
BATAS
BLUSAS
FALDAS
BRASSIERESm^
CAPOTES kTv
CARTERAS
FAJAS
ZAPATILLAS
i:
i
^ PAUELOS
yIiILES DE OTROS ARTCULOS A PRECIOS DE GANGA
aLA PARISIN"
AVE. CENTRAL, 113



PAGINA CtJATKO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
CR UCIGRAMA -
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ABADO, JUNIO 30, 1951
II.
HORIZONTALES:
1Carta de la baraja espaola
AAgarradera.
SCanoa mexicana.
IISemilla aromtica.
l$-Mucho.
I*Seora de calidad.
IllAbismo, profundidad,
liDel verbo abolir.
{Emigraciones.
10Que no es transparente.
IIHumor de la sangre, Inv.
82Escuela Nacional Anatml-
. ca, Inte
|_Feste]o, de agasajar.
t-Extremidad de los peces.
I*-Tercer hijo de Adn y Eva.
iUHombre mecnico.
8Madera preciosa.
Pobre de solemnidad, Inv.
[?-Despidiera los colores del
;J iris.
-Letra castellana.
l Acento, menos to.
i-Alzar, subir.
AVence, subyuga,
fQue conduca calesas.
,Nombre de varios empera-
I dores alemanes.
.10Ro de Alemania.
117Expendio de bebidas. '
;s&Pelo de ciertos animales.
I3tDesabrida.
-Constelacin.
'HjAgarraderas.
VERTICALES:
- 1Demostrativo. Pl.
; -Onlce.
tiQue tiene temor.
4Que tiene temor.
4^-Cocinados en seco.
6V-Harina amasada para hacer
pan.
I'Prefijo inseparable.
7Fruto de la ayotera.
APiedra lisa conmemorativa,
Inv.
9Juez civil turco.
10Domstica, Inv.
11Piojo, suelto.
17Caprichoso, manitico.
19Instrumentos musicales.
23Del verbo asar.
24Palito, en Ingls, Inv.
25Rib de Siberia.
27Ebonitas.
28Dios escandinavo de la
guerra.
29Estruja.
32Que habla en pblico.
35Cayera nieve.
37Trigo descortezado.
39Regln tenebrosa.
41Repeticin del sonido, Pl.
42Costado.
43Letra castellana, Pl.
45Novena.
46Medida antigua de longitud,
Pl.
48Igualdad de nivel.
Los Chinenos abogan por que
sea de concreto la carretera
Creen que las instituciones
cvicas y los organismos
polticos acuerpen la idea
DAVID, Junio 30. (Correspon-
sal) -La opinin pblica ciil-
liana favorece el proyecto Uf
lonstruccln de concreto de la
Carretera Interamericana, En
ute sentido se agitan los dife-
rentes sectores que van dando a
esta campaa un carcter c'.-
8c considera que las agrupa*
tiones cvicas acuerparn a l-
Cea, y que los organismos po'.1-
ticos expresarn puntos de viola
favorable a la misma.
vico, alejado de banderas y fa-
voritismo de ninguna especie..
I iVf
U
m
NI
m
rjHHu r.iara mm
finta L1HH fji'jwfn
fir nmra niiw rir-i
j-m
iRI'Dfr'51
Se llevar una manifestacin
hoy al Director del Hospital
Aquilino Tejeira de Penonom
No aparece ninguna
obra para Veraguas
dicen en Atalaya
por
biic
ATALAYA, Junio 30 (Concs-
nsal) En plano obras pi-
lleas Veraguas no aparece .ir.-
guna obra, para Atalaya. Auu-
que entendemos comisin ji
se entrevist Ministro Navarro
confiamos ya sea en proy..fo
original o en el seno de la Le-
gislativa se atiendan aquciios
moradores esta seccin.
S PELO
Pira conserrar su pelo aseado, tresele
on PIOIINA. Piojlna asea y hermosea c
abello; alivia picazones y erupciones teres
n la cabeza y en el cuerpo; cicatriza am-
ioIUs y rajaduras en los pies, destruye para-
itos en las cabeza y partes vellosas. Compir
i O UNA en tu botica.
PENONOM. Junio 30 (Corres
ponaal) El pueblo de Penoiio-
inc llevar hoy a las siete t!e
la noche una manifestacin pu-
blica como gesto de complacen-
cia por su nombramiento como
superintendente del Hosplta. A-
uuilino Tejeira al joven mdico
t-tnonomeo doctor Anbal U,1-
n.aldo Caries quien es el primer
ldlco de las nuevas generacio-
nes penonomeas que ejerce su
profesin en su tierra nativa.
En la manifestacin parUcl-
larn las escuelas, entidadio c-
vicas estudiantiles, el club de
Leones, La Cmara de Jvenes,
us clubes de Padres de Fa.nl;a
y numerosos amigos del Joven y
apreciado galeno.
FIESTA HPICA
DESDE Et HIPDROMO DE JUAN FRANCO
El primero en:
Exponer a usted lo que est suce-
i diendo. ,
brindar novedad de transicin. .
ofrecer los resultados correctos. .

no dejarse impresionar. ..
Con su narrador deportivo:
EDUARDO MOLINO
Locutor Comercial:
ROY NAYLOR
n programa estelar en la radio favorita'
la (ReJ ff>,
anamencaaa
La banda de msicos que di-
rige el profesor Mximo Carlos
..{aster, se ha unido espontan'a
monte a los manifestante*, v-
nonom quiere testimoniar ; al
doctor Orlmaldo su respalao y
estimulo y su complacencia de
que sea un mdico penonomeho
quien est al frente de nuestro
hermoso hosoital. El comit or-
ganizador de la manifestacicu
te cual es secretarlo el pciio-
dista Carlos Alberto Alzamo: a R.
prepara todos los detalles para
el buen xito de la'misma
iDoloresd.Almorrana
!1J*IS* f,mB ni
n, SmBtTt1a, almorranas ln-
Tm s!l;iDd "0"" combatir
MOY Y MAANA
Desde las 10:00 a.m.
"MUJER DE
MEDIANOCHE'
GLORIA MARN
VICTOR JUNCO
-HOY!-
Tandas:
1:00, 2:?A 4:35, 6:41, 8:50
CENTRAL
"LA EGOSTA"
CULPABLE DEL NICO PE-
CADO QUE NINGUNA MU-
JER JAMAS PERDONA I
wx i nui mi ma aunt
mat
Bette Davis
Barry Sullivan
biimiiifon
pemand
tui cm. un tatui
KTTT LTW.FUKtt IB
UNA NOVELESCA
EXI8TENCIA DE MUJER!
VIDA MISTERIOSA,
DESCONCERTANTE,
AVENTURERA!
VALA!
Incendia, Revoluciona,
Arrebato el...
MAMBO
en
AMOR PERDIDO
- con -
AMALIA AGUILAR,
y PEREZ PRADO
HOY SIGUE EL'
XITO...
DEL ESTRENO
SIMULTANEO
EN LOS TEATROS
| VARIEDADES
PRESIDENTE
UN DRAMA CANDENTE...
En una pelcula mexicana a
la altura)de las mejores de
Hollywood...!
LUCHA DE RAZAS...
"LUCHA DE PASIONES...
ODIO CONTRA AMOR-
MARGA LOPEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO
RITA MONTAN ER
- en
NEGRO
ES MI
COLOR
En Penonom y La
Chorrera estrenan
"Tarde de Toros"
Siguiendo au recorrido de ex-
hibiciones en todas las ciuda-
des capitales, "Tarde de Toros"
la excelente joya clnematogr-
ficaca de la Republic Pictures,
se exhibe el domingo primero
de Julio en los teatro "ARO"
de Penonom y "Panamericano"
de La Chorrera. Por su tema
esencialmente latino y por lo
magistral de sus escenas tau-
rinas, "Tarde de Toros" mere-
cer la mejor acogida en todo
el interior de la Repblica.
Subgerente de 'El
Panam' nombran
al seor A. DIScall
El Gerente del nuevo y lujoso
hotel El Panam, nos ha in-
formado del nombramiento del
."eor Antonio DIScala como
stib-gerente ejecutivo. El seor
DIScala ha desempeado re-
cientemente el mismo cargo en
el hotel Penn Sheraton en Phi-
ladelphia. Trabaj por tres aos
con la Corporacin Spencer-
Taylor de Nueva York y desem-
pe el cargo de asistente del
Gerente en el hotel Bt. Regis
en Nueva York. Nacido y edu-
cado en la ciudad de Nueva
York, el seor DIScala sirvi en
la Armada durante la II guerra
mundial en el Pacifico y Eu-
!a "El Avifo Oportuno"
Se hace advertencia
a dueos de anuncios
Se ha dado a publicidad la
siguiente comunicacin:
La Alcalda notifica a los due-
os de tableros de anuncios si-
tuados dentro de la ciudad co-
mo en las afueras, del deber
en que estn en dar cumpli-
miento a todos los requisitos
sobre esta materia como tam-
bin sobre el pago del impues-
to correspondiente.
Aire
Acondicionado
TEATRO LUX
PRESENTA:
HOY! HOY!
s
AVENTURA! TRAICIN
Un aventurero con fiebre de
oro... y mujeres!
'DOS CONTRA
EL DESTINO"
P^O^^ KMIMSfl
* a "
Mircoles, 4 de JULIO
GRAN PRE-ESTRENO!
JUDY HOLIDAY, la mejor
artista del ao en la cinta
que le dl el Premio!
'NACIDA AYER"
f mmm %
DTSTANBK 1
HT...
NfWAPDRCtlY
vm mm 1
wm\J
jjUULUULj
mMwaaama
PROXIMO JUEVES!
La pelcula que le cautivar
desde el principio!
'
ALGO NUNCA VISTO
EN EL.
ARTE TAURINO!
DAMAS SE HA'
UNA rtUCULA
SEMEJANTE!
UPrt*M*Ma
'(, j tsturmsuN
'rMUNJtlAVA
USAH1IC
tuvmr
NO SE LA PIERDA!


SBADO. JUNIO 30. 1951
*
EL PANAMA AMBMCA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCl
.i, r..... t------'
Informe para eli seccin te reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
Telfono -
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
BORAS: :M ll:H a.se.
Atrteos 11
cedente dt loa Estados Unido
. se. encuentra en nuestra capital
en donde pasar* vario dlw
antea de continuar su viaje ha-
cia 1 Brasil.
JLa novia de J4oif
temporada entra nosotros.
De les Estados nidos
Saludamos al Joven estudian-
te Jorg. Lula Qulrs, quien pro-
EaU noche frente al altar sagrad* del Banturto Nadon*1
del Corasen de Mara, se darn cita dos sMdsUN J**80**; ?
ellos U gentil seorita Luisa Kam, bija del Sr. Lata Kan 7 f-
Paulina Lum de Kam, y el caballero Horacio Chlal, hija del 8r.
Luis Chlal y Sra. Rosa Yau de ChiaL
Sern los padrinoa de U boda las siguientes personas: los
padres del novio Sr. Luis Chial y Sra. Rosa san de Chial, la*
ladres de la novia, Sr. Luis Kam y Sra. Paulina Lum de Kam,
Dr. Gilberto Arias y Sra. Gllda Pisa de Arlas, Lie. Juan M. Mn-
dez Mrida y Sra. Livia Arce de Mndez, Sr. Enrique Lam y Sra.
Alicia Chial de Lum. m
Formarn la corte nupcial la seorita Rosa Lee como aama
de honor y las otras damas las seoritas Florence Lao. Nora
Chen y Hersilia Kam, a quienes escoltaran los caballero* Ricardo
Chong, Wilson Lew y Sonny Luthas. Regarn flores al paso de
la novia las preciosas niitas Reinita Chial y Alicia Solis. Du-
rante la ceremonia religiosa la seora Ana Torbert de VVainlo
cantar el Ave Mara.
Los padres de los novios recibirn a los Invitado* despus de
la ceremonia religiosa en una recepcin en su residencia en 8an
Francisco de la Caleta. Profusin de flores blancas adornaran
las inesas del exquisito buffet, destacndose el bello pastel de
bodas, confeccionado por las hbiles manos de la seora Asniata
- Wong de Lao.
Partirn luego los felices contrayentes rumbe a San Jos,
'Costa Rica, en donde pasarn su luna de miel.
Formulamos votes por la felicidad siempre eterna de esta
Jentlt pareja, y que Dios derrame sobre ellos sus mltiples ben
Moa**.
Baile
, = w n.i-.ii. .. mo viernes 8 de ju'lo en el Club
El seor Max Deivalle y se- .,>
ora Ivonne de Deivalle ofrecen
"hoy un baile en su residencia.; ParB Snranier,ca
Dar agasajar a su hija, seno- _
rita Vllina Deivalle. con motivo Despedimos a la seora Ce-
de cumplir en esta lecha sus cala P de Remny a la seo-
quince aos.
Despedid: de Soltera
La seora. Carmen A. de F-
brega y la seorita Liona Joan
Sears, ofrecen hoy, en la resi-
dencia de la seora Ruth Rose,
en Las Cumbres, un t para
despedir d su vida de soltera
a la v seorita Maria Teresa
Healy Qu*lquejeu.
Festival en el Club Unin
Continan con mucho entu-
siasmo los ensayos de msica
y de nmeros de variedades,
que presento rn numerosas da-
mas y caballeros, durante d
Festival que ofrecer el prxl-
ra Julieta Remn Cantera, quie-
nes siguen maana para Lima
por la va area.
De Suramrica
Grata estada le deseamos al
seor Urbano Vengochea. quien
procedente de Maracalbo, se
encuentra pasando una corta
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meiores oroaramas
Misa de Requiem
Se dir en la Iglesia de Santa Ana el lunes l de
Julio, a las 6 a.m., con ocasin del primer aniversario de
su muerte, per el eterno descanso del ahna de quien
en vida fue
Francisco Stabile (Guap)
(q. e. p. d.)
Sus deudos agradecern la asistencia a este acto
piadoso.
Panam, sbado M de Junio de 1951
De Labio en l
flam',' 13 vuelta
-''
LiptcM labial*!, n *! tono*
Crema colorete eo lot mli<
mos tono*. Cotmtico para
las pestaas, en tres tono*.
O N i T 4
t-^
Acaban de Llegar
^Artticas ^furinat dt
ncajt Jjrisdtn
"Nin" .../. 3.50
"Rosita" ...
"8u*r ....
Renato" ..
"Monika" ..
"Cora" ------
"Isabel" ...
"Angola" ..
"Mxima" .
4.50
5.f5
7.M
8.25
9.75
'10.95
12.00
15.95
Bodas de Plata
Nuestras congratulaciones pa-
ra el seor ArlsUdes Romero y
seora Mara Luisa O. R. de
Romero, quienes cumplen maa-
na sus Bodas de Plata.
ham. Ojal mejere pronto.
Abandona el Hospital
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Fablo Arose-
mena, quien abandon hoy ti
hospital.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Pedro A. Diaz y seora
Ana Evelina A. de Diaz, quie-
nes cumplen maana quince
os de casado*.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos al seor Alberto
Qalimany Jr. y seora Ana de
Gallmany, por el falte arribo de
una nilta, ocurrido en el Hos-
pital Panam.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos a la seora Juana B.
de Benedettl, quien sufre que-
brantos.de salud en l Clinics
Skn Fernando.
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam el seor Brocy Bur-
Cumpleaftos de Boy
Srta. Vilma Deivalle.
Srta. Marltza Van Hoorde Van
der Hans.
Srta. Norma Alicia Ruiloba A.
Srta. Elisia Mosquera.
Lie. Jos Isaac Fbrega.
Sr. Mariano Sosa C.
Nia Beatriz Valds Escoffery.
Nio Guillermo St. Malo Arlas.
Colores Curtidos.
VEA NUESTRAS VIDRIERAS
Ave. Tivoli M Calle del Trente
Panam Coln
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Judith V. de Ferrer.
Sr. Mario Preciado Jr.
Nia Toy it a Chappie Fbrega
RELIGIOSAS
Procesin del Sagrado Corazn
de Jess Iglesia de San
Francisco (ciudad)
SI domingo a las cuatro de
la tarde; saldr del templo de
San Francisco la tradicional
Procesin del Sagrado Corazn
de Jess.
La Comisin Organizadora es-
pera la valiosa cooperacin de
todos, pero de una manera es-
pecial de las personas cuyas
habitaciones estn situadas por
el recorrido de la Procesin que
es el mismo del ao pasado; los
balcones y ventanas han de ser
engalanadas con colgaauras y
guirnaldas.'
Todos los asistentes a la ma-
nifestacin se colocarn en los
puestos sealados.
De esta forma, con la coope-
racin imprescindible de todos,
esta manifestacin religiosa po-
dr ser al mismo tiempo arts-
tica proyeccin del espritu de
nuestra ciudad. La Polica to
Trnsito orestar su valiossima
cooperacin.
S2s
Tel. 2-2548
ESCUELA PRIVADA 'GREGG'
**EO<*
Calle 6a. No. 1
B lo. de Julio se comenzar a dictar
el ltimo curso de Estenografa.
ELVIRA BRAVO DE SUCREDirectora-Prop.
cabillo Jt totot
incantaaoi
No se preocupe. .
Comience a teir
au cabello!
No alarmo por ote pri-
mor cabello blanco quo in-
rscretament* asoma on tu
cabeza. El ROUX OIL
SHAMPOO le devolver a
su cabello el color perdido
con un tratamiento muy
ficil de eeguir. Ya ver
cmo su cabello recupera el
color primitivo, mi* una
belleza y lustrosidad in-
comparable *u preo-
cupacin ee convertir en
deleite a la primera apli-
cacin.
EL TINTE ROUX
OIL SHAMPOO
.impa ... Colorea ...
Ee perfecto!
Distribuidor en la Repblica
de Panama v Zona del Canal
JULIO VOS
Cane -A" No. S
Tel 3-2971
HOY HOY
ii
Se complace en presentar desde hoy
al aplaudido cantante de fama continental
RAUL LAPORTE
y su Orquesta "Melodas Del Plata
*
Procedente de Mxico, don-
de cosech muchos triun-
fos en radio, teatro y cine,
el Club Happyland, siempre
pronto en ofrecer al culto
pblico que acude a esto
popular centro, las mejores
atracciones internaciona-
les, preeenta desde eeta
noche al famoso cantante
RAUL LAPORTE y su Or-
queeta "MELODAS DEL
PLATA".
PREGUNTE
Si ea cierto que nuestro clima tropical exige una dieta pobre en grasae
de origen animal; y que para mantener nuestro cuerpo en mejor estado
de ealud se debe cocinar con grasas vegetales?
iLfloiTfl
ES PURA GRASA VEGETAL
Sigue cosechando muchos aplausos el Conjunto de
CUBAHABANAS en ana bella creacin dt su
_________Director ROBERTO MORALES. ,
IVIS DE CASTRO ... "el torbellino del Trpico" .
en una candente y fogosa interpretacin de mambo.
TOPSY YOUNQ simptica vedette
norteamericana en un programa variado.
i Estreno en 33 Teatros de
mffSS?SSSa' I PROXIMO JUEVES1 20"-deAmri^!
EL EN TEATRO
LUX
.tire Acondicionado
CECILIA
SIMULTNEAMENTE
V EN EL
REX
Oe Coln
ALGO SIN PRECEDENTE!
Disfrute de momentos
Inolvidables......
en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO
/
TODOS lAOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
Informal Suave msica, mejor compaa...
Ambiente de total alegra
con gente conocida... y cocteles
como slo El Rancho puede hacerlos!

ESPECIALIDADES DEL DA!
Coctel de Frotas Tropicales
Corazn de Apio a la Vinagreta
Crema de Esprrago
Consomm Celestine
Bifstec Suizo..........B .1.00
Lomo de Cerdo Adobado.. 1.50
Papas Victoria Saccotash
Ensalada Florentina
Pan Mantequilla
Coco Glace
Caf T Cerresa
Cocteles, Precio Esptcial... 254
Manhattan
Martini
Old Fashion
Daiquiri Helado
Msica por LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA al rgano
...iLa historia de
un hombre valiente
y cobarde I
rtctwts*
roseate
MEL FERRER
A AatMny Quins Eupss Iglesias
las Torvay CtarlUa
MIR0SLAVA
ST,! ROBERT R0SSEH


PACIN* SDR
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, JUNIO 36, 1951
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etr
Que la ruta al Departamento O* los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agtntes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
.SERVICIO LEWIS
Art. Tivoli No. 4
Tl. -UI
KIOSKO DE LESSEFS
Parque 4c Losen
rnm
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave 4 4 JaU
Tel. 1-S44I
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Melndei IMS
Tel. ZU-Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla 12 Oeat Na. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "H" Na. K P.n.m*
A va. Central 12-17ColaL

SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
Si VENDIN:Cloro, tarara -iar,
acam canalado. Fi-Ten i.-erton
anlarfrr pora calo roja' maja-
ra, lavomano aculado, are
la recia mil baja n alaia.
AGENCIAS GLSALE*. V ipa- i
Al. Ilcflondo a Juan Frooco Tai o
3-:503 |
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SE VENDE:Congelodor, un gob-.#
nete a precios de quema. Avenida '
Cubo No. 58. bojos. Preguntar por .
Boihtl.de 5 p. m. a 7 p. m.
CA. 01 LEFIVRE re. 2-4332
VENDE LOTES
Pago inicial mnima B. 100.00
Mensual B. I 5.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueductov de
lo Ciudad desde B.1.00 ti metro.
a Alquilamos equipo pesodo peta
movimiento de tierra.
Alqui'a'nos lotes o largos piaros
Club de Iotas. B.3.00 y B.4 00
semanaie
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
GANGA! se vende De Soto 51. -4
puertas. Infrmase Joyera Lo-
Grutto. calle 14 Oeste 52
SE VENDE: Panel Internotionol
casi nuevo. Llamar ol Tel. 2-2882
de 8 a. m. a 12 p. m.
SE VENDE:Studeboker 1938 Sedan
4 puertas, llantas casi nuevas,
buen transporte. Casa 479-B, Co-
col.. Tel. 2-1971.
5E VENDE:Receptor R.M.E. 45 de
comunicaciones' 25-60 ciclos, con
tocadiscos cutomtico G. E. Cosa
479-B. Cocoli. Tel. 2-1971.
SE VENDE:Corcho, compresor, con-
cretera refrigeradora grande. Todo
con licencias para llevar o Colom-
bia. Urge oferto! Mueblera Coope-
rativa. Coln.
SE VENDE: Radio Consola RCA
Victor con tocadiscos de tres ve-
locidades. AGENCIAS DIAZ. Calle
37 No. 6-A. Tel. 3-1029.
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene poro lo
vento Acciones de lo Cervecera. I
SE VENDE:Muy barato, el kiosco i
de la calle la. Perejil. Telfono 3-1
2958.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria Griffs, si-
tuada en calle Q No. I y la Cen-
tral. Ocrrase o Foto Bennett. 181
Ave. Centrol.
SE VENDE:Alb"~v de msica cl-
sica boratos, en Jiscos Stondard.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, calle 37 6-
A
SE VENCE:Curso completo de In-
gls, National Schoo's. con discos,
Jorge Leignodier. telfono 3-2323.
SE VENDE:Verdadera gongo. por!
lolamentj B. I 5,00. estufa "Magic
Chef" perfectos condiciones. Tel.
| 3-0602.
SE VENDE:
Caso nuevo de 2 Apts. de 2 recama-
ros, con ogua coliente. cuarto de
servicio y garage. Excelente ubica-
cin B.26,000. Hipoteco 4,000.
00. V
Chalets de 2 a 4 recmaros en la
Exposicin y Bella Visto, a precio;
actules. Oportunidad.
Lotes en "El Cangrejo", desde B.6.50
M2.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215
2 DE ENERO NO. I
SE VENDE:Camin Chevrolet mo-
delo estaca, 1941, en muy buenos
condiciones, valo Avenida A, 117.
SE VENDE:Packard 1942, 4 puer^
ras, buenas llantas, $400.00. Tel.
_ 3-2561
SE VENDE: Ford 1946 Sedon 4
puertas, Ford 1947 Sedan 4 puer-
tas, Ford 1948 Sedan 4 puertos.
Llame Estacin de Servicio SAS.
Tel. 3-0035, Por-ami.
-E VENDE:Gran oportunidad, no
'o pierdo. Chrysler Sedan de cua-
tro puertas, modelo 1947 con de-
rechos pogos. en perfectas condi-
ciones mecnicas. Smoot y Pare-
des S. A.'
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento inde-
pendiente, consta de dos recma-
ros, sala, comedor, cocina, porch,
y servicio. Situado en Carrasquilla,
calle del Teatro Edn 102-A, Tel.
2-3318.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUrLA: Apartamento sola, I
comedor, uno recmaro, garage, I
Calle 46 No. 27. Infrmese Apto. '
_h_________________l
SE ALQUILAN:Apartomentos fres-I
eos, amoblados, con agua caliente,
telfono y balcn privado y servi-
cio completo de Hotel desde B.75. '
00. HOTEL ROOSEVELT.
SE COCINA
SABROSO
CON
SE ALQUILA:Apartomento dos re-
cmaras, garage, balcones. Calle
39 No. 2.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de do*
recmaras, sola comedor y cocina. I
A familia pequea y responsable.
Ocurra Vio Espaa 106, Apto. 5,
frente garita policio.
ENCONTRADO
No necesito s<.i calvo, lo caldo del
pelo se cura pronto v seguro con
Ouinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar noce crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todas los buenas
farmacias.
SE VENDE:Estantera, mostradores,
modero usada, mquina de cortar
tubos y hacer roscas, herramien-
tas de plomera, truck Ford 1947.
Concurra Plcmsrla Nocionol, Ave-
nida Certrol 210, yendo hacia
colle 32-E.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
ST NECESITA:Cocinera que duerma
en el empleo. Colle lo. No. 13.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera para ma-
j trimonio americano, no debe dor-
mir en empleo Calle 50 E 49 bo-
_ ___
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera, co-
sa Toms A'io, Avenida Cubo y
colle 32 Exposicin.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Relojero con expe-
riencia y buenos referencias. Casa
Fostlich. Avi. Central 161.
SE LE HA PERDIDO A UD7
Un DIARIO manuscrito de una da-
ma, que fue olvidado en los Estudios
de la Red Panamericano. Se suplica '
a lo propietaria del mismo se sirva
pasar por nuestras oficinas, en horos SI
laborables, donde le ser devuelto
previa identificacin personal por ser
un documento de ndole privada y
tratar de osuntos ntimos,
SE. ALQUILA:Para parejo sin ni- '
os, apartamento independiente,!
una recmara, sole, cocina, ser- j
vicie. Planta baja 36 Este No. 11,
B.50.00. I
Para Pensin o familia numeroso, se I
alquilan dos apartamentos geme- j
los, grandes, con o sin muebles. 7
cuartos grandes, comedor, dos co- j
cias, dos baos y gran porch. So- |
lo- a persona responsoble Coln,
Avenida Bolvar 7091.
ACEITE
ELDORADO
DE VENTA EN
rODOS LOS BUENOS
COMISARIATOS
SE NECESITAN:Alternado.*. Di-
rjase al Club Zomby, telfono 2-
0135 en Calle Carlos A. Mendo-
, zo No. 65
SE NECESITA:Local de 500 metros
pora industrias, preferible una
nave construida expresomente. Se
tomara en alquiler con largo con-
treto. Ofertas al apartado 238 o
al Tel. 2-1951.
LECCIONES
SE NECESITAN:Jvenes de ombos
sexos con experiencia en ventas y
de buena presencia. American Pro-
tection. Ave. Centrol 47, Apto. 23
altos Panam y Ave. Balboa y
Calle 6 Areno de Coln, Coln.
Mtodo moderno de piano! Un siste-
ma rpido y prctico que le costa-
r menos y ahorrar su tiempo.
Ce oido o notos Novotos o
avanzados. Studio Bennett. Juan
B. Soso No. 9 Aportado 3142,
Tel. 2-1282.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no de concreto de dis recmaras y
cocino-comedor con servicios inde-
pendientes. 8.35.00. porcf familia
pequea Via Espaa y calle se-
qunda Corrasquillo 48. Telfono
3-0471.
SE ALQUILA
i :im*
SE ALQUILA:Chelet tres recmoras!
y amplias comodidades. Calle -43 I
No. 25.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE NECESITA--Bueno cocinera con
referencias. Que viva en cosa. Calle
31 Este No. 38.
S NECESITA ..... Cocinera eficiente.
Colle Manuel Mario Icazo No.. 7 SE ALQUILA: Locol comercio! o
72, paro oficinos. agencias u otros
it ALQUIL,:--Local pora oficina
arriba del Teatro Central
SE ALQUILA: Local comercial en
calle 13 Oeste, casa 69. Infrme-
se segundo pisa'alto. Tel. 2-0051.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
amplio, entrada independiente, per-
sona responsable. Calle Donen
No. 5, Apto. 4. Telfono 2-3189.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
frente al mar. Servicio indepen-
diente, estacin buses. No. 5. pri-
mera escalera. Pfoza 2 de Enero.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto independiente
frente al mar, con o sin muebles,
telfono 2-251 I.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados,
frescos', con balcn, paro hombres
solamente. Calle Colombia No. 8.
opartamento 5. Tel. 3-0338.
SE NECESITA Buena cocinero, no'
tiene que dormir en el empleo. O-
crrale a la Ave. Manuel Icaza
"No. 26. Campo Alegre.
negocios. Lugar cntrico.
Tel. 3-0624, Brumas.
Llame
SE NECESITA:Empleoda pora ser-
vicio de coso, cuidor nios. Ale-
jandre Toussieh. calle 44, 37.
Apto. E.
MISCELNEA
Perforo poios Ortesionos. Porj mjyor
informacin 3-0931, Charles J.
Hilbert
SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa-
ra toller, depsito o garage. Para
informes llame al telfono 3-1 147.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados.
' Precios especiales por quincena o
mes. Paro informes dirjase o Pen-
SE ALQUILA:Chalet moderno en
Club X, preoo razonable, tres re-
cmaras, sala, comedor, jardn,
porch. Tel.. 2-1851,
AVISO DI RIMATft
El suscrito SeiTtturln riel Justado
Teiverr. -el C itvi.ito de Panam, en fuu-
clones de Alguacil Kjix.it!. por1 medio
del present*. I pblico.
HACK SABER:
Que por resolucin da veintisis del
mea en curao en 1 Juicio ejecutivo pro-
puesto por Guardia y CU.. &. A contra
Kduardo Sarmiento, ae ha fijado el da
das y "ocho de Julio prjimo para que.
entre las horas lea-are*, tenra lugar el
remate de lo {guente* bienes, propie-
dad del demandado:
I Carro automvil maun '"Pon-
liac", modelo 1989, coa plena
2634, con motor 6-581,9 29, ava-
luado por loa peritos en trescien-
tos balboss...... ......R.300.00
1 plant* elctrica marea "While
Engine Works", distinguida **on el
nmero 5338-9 KVA S. de 3 kilo-
wats, de amperio .26-18-60 celo*.
de 115 a 880 voltios de 1S00 re-
voluciones por minuto, tipo N*-831
de I.H.P.. con tanque de alimenta- '
clon de combust ole, con tablero
elctrico y p'olaa tipo B, Diesel,
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si Ib tiene
a mano en su caaa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
sin Panam, Calle 6a. No. 3. Sr. i avaluad, por Ion parilon en
una 5E ALQUILA:Locol en calle 3o. No.
1 5. Ocurra al mismo lugar o llame
ol telfono 3-1147.
Guztmer.
p. m. en
De 8 o
adelante.
11 o. m. o 7
la
B 300.00
| ATENCIN! Resuelva sus prob'e-
piO! espirituoles escuchando EL
MENSAJERO BAUTISTA todos los
.Sbados o la' 7.30 p.m. en lo
Radioemisora "La Voz riel Istmo".
360 Kc.
[AVISO:Lo rento del agua por el
^trimestre vencido el 30 de Juno
[tie 1951 debe ser pagoda del pri-
mare al 17 de Julic de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
SE ALQUILALocel aar almacn an
Avenala del Frente, entra collas
9 y 10. Tambin lecal para fian,
de e deposito en calla Balboa. Mi-
tre 9 y 10. Caln. Telefone 314
e 1044.
MUNDO ENTERO
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
SE VENDE:Bote de trabojo Diesel
50 pies. 30 toneladas, 113 H. P.
Motor buenas condiciones. La me-
jor oferta lo recibir. Lime Poul
Porker, Gamboo 6-322.
PERSONALES
Urgente! Se ruega posar por El Tr-
bol. Centrol 70 los que tienen ar-
tculos abonados.
ACERO
DE REFUERZO
EN BARRAS
(en todos los tamaos)
PLATINAS
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
IrVILlYS DE REPARTO
El ms econmico,
fuerte y prctico
|jara cualquier negocio.
lu costo y mantenimien-
to es inigualable.
[Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
(Agencia Willys)
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
DESEO vender entre Sbado y Lunes
por viaje urgente, refrigeradora
Norge 9 pies, en B. 160.00, cost
B.400.00. Informes calle Q No. I,
Apto. 5.
TOTAL B.600,00
Servir de hsse para el remata de
lo* bienes citado el valor aaicnado por
los peritos, y ser oferta admisible La
que cubra tas doi terceras partes de ese
valor.
Se admiten ofertas hasta las cuatro
de la tarde, y de esa hot. en adelante
-e oirn Iss pujes y repajas que se hi-
cieren hasta que sea cerrada la aubasta
con La adjudicacin provisional al me-
jor postor.
Para habilitarse cono poator. ae re-
quiete consignar previamente en el Tri-
ounal el |% del valor asignado por
los peritos a los blenda en remate.
Panam, Junio veintisiete de mil ao-
verientos cincuenta y uno.
1 Secreta) o.
(Fdo.t JOS C. PIN1LLO.
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
. Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
oasoa escocia,
HASTA TOO ,
aaaio nii aai hundo 1
SE VENDEEstufa de gas cuotro
quemadores, perfectas condicio-
nes uso. Pobl Arosemeno No. 4,
opartamento 6.
SE VENDE:Vaiillo. bal, juego "c^
biertos de plata, 4 sobrecamas
hechas o mano, mantilla espaolo,
borredoro automtico, artculos de
casa. Casa 1502-A. Balboa.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Us cidos
El auarpo humano aa daehaee 4al
axcaao da icldoa y daaperdlcloe vana-
rrnaoa da 1* aanre, por medio da loa
miara millonee da diminuto tuboa a
flllroa da loa rion. 81 aatoa vananoa
da loa riflonaa o la vajls lo harn
uirlr con lavantadaa nocturna, nar-
vioaidad, doioraa da pierna, ojeraa,
lumbago, doioraa da la coyuntura*.
acide o ardor an loa conduotoa. da-
bldo a lav necaatdad da atlmulanta
diurtico, pravaba CyeteM.
Daahaa* dal ai-Ido OrlOO T toe
T.nanoa con La racata mdica, llamada
Cyatex. qua aa un diurtico eatlniu-
lanta da loa rlflonea y paliativo para
la irritacin funcional da la vejiga y
vlaa urlnariai n aatado da arldaz.
Cyatax aatlafarar a uatad compl"-
mant* y ar la medicina qua uatad
aacealta. Pida Cyatax hoy mlama
ESPECIAL
STUOEBAKER, Champion
De Luxe 1S58 coryRadio,
Seat-eorers plsticos Ce.
lor necro en mor bonitas
condiciones, lace como nne-
?o. 1.290 millas corridas so-
lamente. Cmprelo I'd. por
slo B/l.bOO.00. Facilidades
do rage
CIVA, S. A.
ltalo de
Cadillac Pontiac y GMC
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que dt conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Publica No. 1212 ex-
tendida en la Notarla Prime-
ra del Circuito de Panam y
de fecha 28 de Junio de 1951
he comprado a la seora Sa-
turnina Bolaos de Garrido
un establecimiento comercial
denominado "LA PRIMAVE-
RA" libre de todo gravamen
y compromisos de deudas y
ubicaciones y situado en la
Calle "G" No. 9 de la ciudad
de Panam.
Panam. Junio 29 de 1951.
Elisa Hernandez de Cha.
BATERAS
"Eveready"
CLAVOS
Galvanizados para zinc
PICOS
y ZAPAPICOS
"Collins"
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Are. Jaa Praarlaca da la Oaaa Na.
Tel. I-OS7 Paaaa
II
La Rema del Asma
Disuelfa Desde el
Primer Da
Aarae y la Brooqnltl een a*s au-
ejaaa daeaeparaataa J vielaatoa. en va.
anaa 1 orcanlamo. minan le,energa,
amainan la. aalud y debilitas al cara,
ada. En poce tiempo Mendace, la prea-
crl*in da un famoao mdica, com-
aaaa a circular an la eengro dominar -
4a rpidamente loa ataquea. Deade el
o pro-
lo que
primer dfa contienan a dlaolr
flama cauaa da lea ahogoa. Sard
doce raeptracldn (rll. Toda) 1
haca falta, aa tomar tabletea 4a Man-
daea, qua aem agradable, an laa comi-
da. L a. clin aa muy rpida an
and a trata 4a caaa rsbaidea v
antiguo. Mndae ha tenido tanta
dtlt ofraciando a loa paelentea
airarle libra y fcil n 14 horae.
. Manda n cualquier firm.
ala hoy allano y ven le ble tro dor-
mir aata naca y caata moor a
Hcndaco ->-
iStjli
PICK-UP USADO
Modelo IMS International,
de una tonelada. En perfec-
tas condiciones mecnicas
no tiene tolpe? usado en
la ciudad de Panam. Sola-
mente 8/950.00. Aproveche
ahora nuestros precios pues
necesitamos espacio.
FACILIDADES DE PAGO!
CIVA, S. A.
A(ente da
Cadillac Pontiac y GMC
Ave. Jaa f ranchea de la 0aa Na. 14
Tel. -esieTanam.
\Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
El suscrito Stcrrtarfo dl Juzgndo
Primero dal Circuito da Panam, en fun-
clunes de Alguacil Kjculor, ai pblico,
HACK SAUKR:
Qua en el Jaldo ajocutivo o)ue 1 *
Union Oil Company of California de-
Unta contra Jos* AI faro -Moreno, se ha
sealado las horaa legales del da dita
y nueve da julio prximo venturo, para
qua tenga Itffar en esta tribunal, me-
diante loa trailtea del caso, la venta
ta en pblica aubasta del siguiente bien:
"Carro automvil "chiva", Ford".
modelo 193, ton motor No. 18-4,713.
y placa No. ?4, avaluado por los
peritos, Icapu de exantlnurla dete-
nidamente, en la susna de cuatro-
cientoa cincuents balboas (B.450-
00). A esa vehculo le faltan los si-
guientes dispositivo!: Filtro de aire,
tubo dt escape, tapa de radiador,
brocha la limpiar para-brisas, loa
vidrios de dos ventanas, la la del
letrero, Jas cuatro copas. Tiene gas-
tado por al xido el estribo derecho
y tiene cuatro neumticos, dos en
buen estado y dos en regular estado."
Servir de baae pare, ti remata la su-
ma de cuatrocientos cincuenta balboas
no cubra Us doa terceras partes de asa
suma.
Para habilitarse romo postor ae re-
queue consumar previamente en el dea-
pacho el cinco por ciento de dicha suma.
Hasta laa cuatro de la Urde se oirn
laa propuestas que ae hagsn y desde
esa hora hasta laa cinco dt la tarde, laa
pujas y repujaa y se adjudicars, loa
bienes en remate al mejor postor.
For Unto, sa fija el presente aviso en
lugar pblico de esta Secretaria, hoy
veintisiete de junio de mil novecientos
cincuenta y u\o.
1.1 Secretario Alguacil Ejecutor. '
RAUL GMO. LOPEZ G.
Es ropa
Panam. 27 de junio de 1951
"Entre la espada
j namea de Medicina y Ciruga.
I La cura de la prostitucin no
i est en .:anos de mdicos, sino
. de socilogos, pero estos no se
atreven a encara.- el problema
j todavia. La prostituta descara-
da, clandestina, que llena las
cantinas de la ciudad no po-
dra ser contiolada por Salubri-
dad sin una efectiva ayuda de
la polica y de nuevo, ello no
sera la solucin del problema.
Ahora que los tcnicos esta-
mos empeados en corregir los
errores pasados y que hay mu-
i chos intereses en contra de que
l ei Departamento se reorganice
como debe ser, es cuando re
necesita de que todos los defen-
damos ,' Departamento de Sa-
nidad, en vez de atacarlo."
Informes para esta seccin e reciben ea la
REDACCIN SOCIAL
de EL PANAMA AMERICA
Horma: .............i:JU n.m. 4 pjn.
Telefono Na t-0740 Apartado No, 134
Boa Pinzn-Wata
Se dan detalles
pudo. Entonces se fu a la ca-
rretera y tom la primera chiva
hacia Coln y directamente se
fu a casa de su abuelita, en
donde se cambi de ropa.
El da 25 brego tom un
camin para ir a casa de una
ta en Puerto Piln, pero al pa-
sar por el Hospital Naval se
baj, yendo al lugar donde ha-
ba dejado a Margarita encon-
trndola en la misma forma
que la haba dejado el da an-
terior, la toc y la sinti fra,
comprendiendo que e s t a ba
muerta y, entonces sigui para
Puerto Piln, en donde fue de-
tenido por la Polica Secreta.
Anbal Ortega se encuentra
en el Cuartel de Polica a r-
denes del Fiscal del Circuito.
En la Santa Capilla del Sagrado Corazn de Jess, en Ancn,
Zona del Canal, oirn, a las seis y treinta de la tarde de hoy, la
sublime epstola de San Pablo, los novios Elsie Nelly Mata y Jos
de Jess Pinzn.
Ella es hija del distinguido caballero Don Julio Alfredo Mata
Alba y la culta e inteligente educadora Dona Nelly O. Malek, Sub-
Direclora de la Escuela Normal Juan Demostenes Arosemena.
El es hijo de Don Carlos* Pinzn y Doa Mara C. de Pinzn,
de la honorable y culta sociedad veragense.
Sern los padrinos de la boda, Don Julio Alfredo Mata Alba
y Doa Nelly Malek, el Dr. Mariano Grriz y Doa Adilia A.
vda. de Mata, Dr. Jorge Vicente Fernndez Csubiliega y Doa
Gloria Cohn de remande, Don Jos Zardn y Doctora Estrella
Peres tie Zardn y el seor y la seora Charles Fairbrotber, Don
Carlos Pinzn Jr.. y seora Teresina P. de Pinzn, Don Pablo E.
Castillero y seora Floriberta P. de Castillero, Licenciado Helio-
doro Patino y seora de Patino.
La dama de honor de la novia ser la encantadora seorita
Cyntia E. McComas y el "he?t man" del novio ser el culto caba-
llero Don Humberto Carrizo P.
Regar flores al paso t.e ta novia la preciosa chiquilla Enei-
da Castillero P. y llevar los anillos el gracioso e inteligente ni-
ito Pablo Enrique Castillero Jr.
Las niitas Alicia del Carmen Quintero y Eileen Schmid se-
rn los dos preciosos querubines que harn de coleras.
Cyntia lucir un vaporoso vestido de marquicet color acua y
un lindo ramillete de botones de rosa, rojos.
Elsie lucir un bello vestido de finsimo satin y encaje, ad-
mirable creacin de la competente y hbil modista Olivia Gonz-
lez, quien tambin confeccion el vestido de la dama de honor.
Completar el atavio de la encantadora novia un velo de tul ilu-
sin, cqrona de azahares y un precioso ramo, obra de verdadero
arte que con singular gusto y admirable sensibilidad artstica
confeccion Doa Berta Baraano de Serrano, propietaria del
muy acreditado y popular "Jardn Berta" a cuyo cuidado estn
los dems arreglos florales de la boda.
El cake es una originalisima creacin de Doa Felicia, t. de
Sousa.
El repertorio del acompaamiento de la boda ser el si-
guiente: -Bridal" .coro de Ricardo Wagner; "Ave Mara", de F.
Schubert; "Marcha Nupcial", de Mendelssohn. Estas piezas sern
acompaadas por los profesores Teodoro Haengel al violin y
Humberto Vaccaro, al rgano. >
Los novios pasarn la luna de miel en Costa Rfca.
PLANCHAS
ALEMANAS
" A e t n a "
Especial 5.85
l\ 5 ALJ4ACCJ^eCTu5n
RELIGIOSAS
Santa Iglesia Catedral
I Mes de Julio consagrado a la
Santsima Virgen del Carmen
que ser celebrado en esta
Iglesia Catedral
Por la maana misa cantada
a las 6:30 a.m. y ejercicio del
mes; por la tarde a las 5 p.m.
rezo del Santo Rosarlo y ade-
ms el ejercicio.
El 7 de Julio se dar comlenzc
solemnemente al ndvenarlo en
honor de la Santsima Virgen,
advlrtiendo que la funcin de
la noche ser a las 7:30 p.m.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 y 2 x 8'
Calibre 26
Agendas Globales
Vis Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Como este ao celebra la grar
familia carmelitana que son to-
do los religiosos y cofrades,
un acontecimiento extraordina-
rio, pues trata del Sptimo Cen-
tenario de la entrega del San-
to Escapulario de manos de |A
Santsima Virgen del Carmen
al General de los Carmelitas.
San Simn Stock,, cuando el
Sent Carmelita derramaba su
alma en fervorosa solica pi-
diendo a la celestial Seora se
dignara dar una seal visible
con la cual pudiera conten
la gran campaa que contra
dicha orden se haba desatado.
ALAN CORSAVE ESTA NOCHE A LAS 8:30
EN LA RED PANAMERICANA
ALAN GOROSAVE, eminente recitador mexicano, que se pre-
senta hoy en la RED PANAMERICANA, en un delicado
recital de poesas patrocinado por la MANTEQUILLA ANCHOR
y CUADERNOS MERCEDES.
EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA


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SBADO. Ji;NI I. tt31
Daar y Operten Se Disputan Esta Noche La
Primera Vuelta Del Basketball Femenino
Numerosos e Interesantes
Partidos De Ftbol Estn
Anunciados Para Maana
El ftbol sigue ofreciendo los
domingos numerosos e intere-
lantes partidos para todos los
gustos y en los distintos barrios
de la ciudad asi como tambin
en otras ciudades de la Rep-
blica, y el programa para ma-
ana es el siguiente:
Panama
la. Categora
Hispano rs. Ibrico
2:15 p.m.
Arbitro: M. Cardales
y
Pacifico t*. Huracn .
4.1 p.m.
Arbitro: A. Parchment.
4;. 2a: Categora
Santander rs. Hispano Jr.
1:45 a.m.
y
Amrica v. Ancn Jr.
11:15 .m.
Todos estos partidos se desa-
rrollarn en el cuadro del Es-
tadio Olmpico.
i-iga de Vista Hermosa
Jar. Catlioa ti. Millonarios
. 1:45 a.m.
Ibrico ts. CerTCceria
10:15 a.m.
Ilaurari ts. Parque LefeTre
1:45 p.m.
y
Dep. Pern ts. Arsenal
1:15 pm.
En el cuadro de Vista Hermosa
La Liga de El Chorrillo y del
Oratorio Festivo tambin ofre-
cern atractivos encuentros.
Coln
la. Categora
Roque ts. Feria
4:1 p.m.
Arbitro: C. Tamayo
2a. Categora
Arguelles ts. Panam Sporting
1:3 p.m.
y
Abel Bravo ts. Dcp. Amazona
3 p.m.
En el cuadro del Estado de
Coln.
En Chorrera y en David se
anuncian tambin comentados
juegos.
El Club Internacional De Boxeo
Tiene La Exclusiva De Gaviln
NUEVA YORK. Junio 30 (UP)
El empresario filadelfiano
Herman Taylor ofreci al cam-
pen mindlal de los welters
Kid Gaviln una pelea por la
disctiin del titulo contra el
vence' del encuentro entre
Charley Fusari y Gil Turner el
9 de agosto en Filadelfla.
Herman le ofreci el 37>%
de los ingresos brutos con una
garanta mnima de 25 mil d-
lares para la pele* aue se cele-
brara el 27 de agosto en dicha
ciudad.
Fernando Balido, manager del
cubano, declar a la Prensa
Unida que el Club Internacio-
nal de Boxer tiene exclusiva de
los encuentros de Gaviln por
la discusin del ti'.ulo y que en
conformidad con un acuerdo
con la Comisin Atltica del Es-
tado de NueTa York, la prime-
ra defensa debe '.acera contra
Biity Graham en NueTa York.
Esta pelea se celebrar el 14
de septiembre. Aparte de estas
consideraciones, Balido opina
que la oferta no es suficiente-
mente tentadora para poner en
discusin la corona de Gariln.
En el juego de la
la. Divisin chocan
Mauricio-Madurito
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
(Basketball Femenino)
Operten .
Daar
M. Vigor
Crdenas
G
5
4
1
1
P
.1
1
4
4
Pts.
.175
.275
.2M
.200
Juego
Operten
8:00
de Hoy
ts. Daar
p.m.
El Seleccionado de Basket se impuso
al equipo de la Aviacin y gan el
derecho a jugar el da 4 en Balboa
Nuevamente sali airosa la
Seleccin panamea en la serle
de basketball de la Zona del
Los Campeonatos Juniors De
Levantamiento Se Efectuarn
El 4 En El Jardn Tropical
mircoles de la prxna
*i .a. declarado Fiesta Na-
cional, se efectuarn los Cam-
peonatos Nacionales de Levan-
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
i or Beto TEJADA
iy Interesante resultaron las
pej._-j.aa de basketball exhibidas
por ei Comit Pro Depones en
._ (juv.nasio del Marafton el
jueves en la noene. Carlos Bu-
za ofreci en esa fecha una
c h a rl a relacionada con el
basketball. A peticin de varios
fanaucus del Maran infor-
mamos cintas ese da y que es falso
que por culpa de Educacin F-
sica no se hubiera realizado el
acto. La cinta que Educacin F-
sica obtuvo en la Embajada de
los Estados Unidos es ae Atle-
tismo y se llama "Tumba y
Voltereta."
Hoy debi salir contratado
para actuar en Chlrlqui el arbi-
tro de basketball Donald Vi-
cent. Dnala es un enciente
aroiiro de baloncesto y goza
de grandes simpatas en Da-
vid dnde actuar ahora. Es-
te ano existe un gran entu-
siasmo entre los fanticos de-
portivos del Vallo de ia Luna
y hoy mucha posibilidad de que
i VI Campeonato Nacional de
BasKetball Menor se celebre en
ese lugar en vez de Veraguas
que ha oa resultaao la Provin-
cia sede. Ya los. chiricanos es-
tn adelantando detalles refe-
rente a ello y no hay duda que
seria un xito presentar en ese
lugar, tan importante compe-
tencia nacional de basketball.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
iiipicos para maana en Juan
Franco: 1a. Rio Mar... con es-
te Jinete no hay caso... Don
Sizzle... probara que el Tanque
s inocente; 2a. Welsh Money
...plata pero fija... Montever-
de... ..ribir place por Jinete;
3a. Duque (el esta entrada _e
impone... Don Joaqun... est
corriendo muy bien; 4a. Domi-
no. si no gan que lo guin-
den... Villarreal... entrar en
la quiniela; 5a. Mosquetn (ei
...demostrar su clase... Sli-
ver Domin... mucho ojo con
este; 6a. Mete Bulla. no pue-
den fallar... High Mount...
est muy mejorado... ojo; ]$..
Bendigo... ConcKac quiere al-
go... Haste Star... enemigo de
cuidado; 8a. Sandwood... no
hay caso... Fair chance... pla-
ce como minimo; 9a. In Time...
creo repite... Fright... cuida-
do con este.. ; 10a. Sin Fin.
rebo a mano armada... Jota
Jota. place fijo.
cierna, Picazn
tuiuiento de Pesas de la Catego-
ra Jnior bajo la direccin de
c Federacin de este deport-
Estas competencias tendan
lugar en el Jardn Tropical co-
menzando a las 10 de la n.a-
iiana.
Atletas de la Provincias d?
Bocas del Toro. Chlrlqui, Cocl,
Coln y Panam, participa: un
en los campeonatos, asi como
tendrn dignos representantes
ia Academia de Cultura 'i.-kr.
c-1 Gimnasio Leon y el Instituto
de Gimnasia y Deportes.
Todos los deportistas que. par
ticiparn en dichas Justas estn
practicando a todo tren par u-
irecer una lucida actuacin el
da de la Competencia.
Igualmente la Federacin ___-
t adelantando todos los deta-
lles para que los Campeonatos
de Levantamiento Juniors Xa.-
suiten un completo xito.
La Liga Je Basketball
resuelve esta noche la
protesta del Chester
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball celebra esta noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional una Impor-
tante reunin para acordar va-
rios asuntos de inters y entre
ellos dar su fallo en relacin
con la protesta del equipo Lord
Chester de su Juego con el Mau-
ricio, y se cita para este efecto
al arbitro Jos M. Quintero y
Felipe Perdomo, a los crono-
metristas Toms Mena y Si-
mn Alzpuru asi como a los ..-
notadores Gilberto Morales y
Cristbal Sarmiento. Se encare-
ce la asistencia de los repre-
sentantes de los equipos, Bam.
Carta Vieja. Chester, Madurlto
I y Mauricio, asi como tambin
i la de todos los miembros de la
mesa directiva de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Basketball de Pana-
mi.
El campeonato
de Wimbledon
est muy reido
WIMBLEDON, Inglaterra, Ju-
nio 30 (UP). El campen de
inidlvlduales de Estados Unidos,
Art Larsen. los campeones aus-
tralianos Frank Sedgman y Ken
McGregor y el surarlcano Eric
Sturgess clasificaron para los
cuartos finales del torneo de
tennis de Wimbledon mientras
que la neoyorquina Althea Gib-
son, era eliminada por su com-
patriota Beverly Baker.
En la nrimera vuelta de los
dobles mixtos, la campeona ar-
gentina Mara Tern de Weiss,
venci en pareja con el surafri-
cano Sidney Lovy y dando la
ms brillante exhibicin de ten-
nis vista hasta ahora en el
torneo al surafricano Norman
Farquharson y su esposa por
8-4 y 7-5.
Larsen venci al sueco Thor-
ston Johansson por 6-3. 7-5 y
6-4. Sedgman al Joven italiano
Fausto Gardinl por 6-0, 6-2 y
8-1. McGregor al francs Pal
Remy por 6-4, 3-6. 6-3 y 6-4.
Sturgess al francs Bernard
Destremau por 6-2, 6-3 y 6-2.
En la segunda vuelta de los
dobles mixtos el campen ar-
gentino Heraldo Weiss venci
en pareja con la campeona ho-
landesa Nelly Hermsen al bri-
tnico Joey Lloyd y su esposa
por 6-3 y 6-4. Armando Vielra de
Brasil se enfrentar hoy en la
cuarta vuelta de los individua-
les al norteamericano de 17 aos
Hamilton Richardson.
Canal, y con tal motivo le to-
car medirse con el equipo de
la Aviacin en el juego decisi-
vo el mircoles 4 de Julio que
se efectuar en el Gimnasio de
Balboa a las 2 de la tarde.
En su segundo compromiso del
torneo, el Seleccionado venci
al conjunto del'Ejrcito por 64
a 50. Primeramente se haba
ganado al Seleccionado de la
Armada por 60 a 49. En otro de
los partidos el quinteto de la
Aviacin gan tambin el de-
recho de jugar en el lance final
con su victoria sobre el Selec-
cionado Civil del Pacfico por
73 a 58.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de la la. Categora
Capitulo Masculino
G
Lord Chester .. S
Dep. Bam .. ..6
Mauricio .. ..__4
(arta Vieja .... 3
Madurito......Z
P
1
4
5
6
7
Pts.
.950
.666
.350
.300
.222
Juego de esta Noehe
Madurito vs. Mauricio
Combinado y Dilrani
empalaron a 3 tantos
en el ftbol anoche
El Combinado capitalino de
ftbol y el Ditrani empataron
anoche a tres tantos en el re-
ido e interesante partido que
sostuvieron en el. Estadio Olm-
pico a beneficia de lot Mamnl-
ficados del terrimoto de,El Sal-
vador. '
El primer tiempo termin a
favor de los combinados ano-
tando Jordan del Pacifico el
goal. En la segunda mitad Mar-
tnez del Ancn subi la ano-
tacin a dos y luego Valds del
Pacfico tambin aument el
score a 3. Pero Martnez al pro-
testar un fallo del arbitro fu
retirado de la cancha, y con
esta ventaja, el Ditrani re-
accion satisfactoriamente lo-
grando De Bello anotar dos tan-
tos y Linares uno para em-
patar el marcador y evitar una
derrota que pareca Inminente.
Salud con
SAL HEPTICA!
Centra1
4df
Julio
Central
_ Por BETO TEJADA
La justa Provincial de Basket-
ball ofrece esta noche en el
Oimnasio Nacional tres impor-
tantes juegos desde las 7:00
en punto.
Bam Jr. va. Carlos Fleta"
7:0* p.m.
Este' primer Juego correspon-
de al circuito menor masculi-
no, en el cual el Eleta defien-
de su Invicto y su posible cla-
sificacin para la serle final,
en tanto que sus contrarios lu-
charn por mejorar su colo-
cacin. Soto y Cardales sern los
arbitros. Glttens y Gfemano ins-
pectores de puerta'en unin de
Luis Zeballos. estando la ano-
tacin a cargo de Sarmiento y
De Sedas; Crelo y Mena como
cronometristas.
Operten vs. Daar
Este desafio corresponde al
circuito mayor femenino, en el
cual el ganador se adjudicar la
primera vuelta de la Justa, mo-
tivo por el cual se espera un
reido juego. La primera vez
que estos dos conjuntos choca-
ron la victoria correspondi a
las Soderas por la ventaja m-
nima de un punto, concedin-
dole esta noche la revancha al
Daar. Pellpe Perdomo y Quin-
tero sern -los arbitros.
Mauricio va. Madurito
En este ltimo encuentro de
la noche, el Madurlto reapare-
ce con refuerzos teniendo hoy
como contrario al Mauricio. Es-
tos equipos dividieron honores
y de ganar el Madurlto mejo-
rar su colocacin, mientras que
el Mauricio tratar de aumen-
tar su puntuacin.
BUEN HABANERO.Marchando de segundo entre los bateadores de la Liga Americana, esta-
fador de bases con 15. Jugando la tercera base y cubriendo la pradera derecha como todo un
buen habanero, Orestes Mloso, ha contribuido poderosamente a la labor sorpresiva rendida
por los Medias Blancas de Chicago que se mantienen en el primer lugar del circuito ameri-
cano.
Muri despus
de una cada el
jinete F. Smith
INGXEWOOD, California. Ju-
nio 30 (UP).El jinete Freddie
Smith veterano jockey, nativo
de Camage y, Coba, mu-
ri aniche despus de haber su-
frido aparatosa cada del. caba-
llo argentino Folletn en la oc-
tava carrera del programa de
Hollywood Park celebrado ayer.
El favoito Folletn tropez
despus de haber recorrido cien
yardas y cay sobre el jinete.
Despus del accidente el caba-
llo fu sacrificado.
Smith considerado en una
ocasin cmo uno de los ms
livianos jinetes de los Esta-
dos Unidos, recuper el conoci-
miento momentneamente y so-
lamente pudo murmurar a la
enfermera "aydeme a vivir
hasta el final."
Comienza maana la serie final del
softball de los bomberos
Entregarn medallas
el 7 a los luchadores
Friedman y Jimnez
En el homenaje que la Aso-
ciacin Nacional de Luchadores
tributara al distinguido y co-
nocido deportista Dr. Carlos
Ral Morales, se aprovechar
la oportunidad para entregar a
los Campeones de Lucha, Luis
Friedman de peso pesado y Ge-
rardo Jimnez titular de las 145
libras, sendas medallas de oro,
donadas por el entusiasta co-
operador deportivo, don Pascual
Ditrani.
Este acto tendr lugar el 7
de Julio en la Terraza de la
Cervecera Atlas,
Maana se inicia la serle fi-
nal por el campeonato de soft-
ball del Cuempo de Bomberos,
la cual se disputarn los equi-
pos que terminaron en los tres
primeros lugares al finalizar el
calendarlo regular de este cir-
cuito.
Se enfrentan en el primer
Juego d^ esta serie los equipos
representativos de la Compa-
a No. 1 contra la Ca No. 5
a las 9:30 de la maana en la
Plaza Amador Guerrero.
Seis valiosos trofeos, medallas
y certificados sern donados a
los equipos y jugadores ms
sobresalientes del campeonato
en un acto especial que tendr
lugar una vez finalice la serlo
decisiva.
tf
lo
NOCTURNAS
atajan frotando el cu
y pecho
vaporizante,
aplicacin al acoi
VlCK
VapoRub
tL HALCN Y LA FLECHA"
EL PALUDISMO
mata mas seres humanos que cualquier
otra enfermedad conocida entre los hombres.'1
300 millones de hombres sufrirn de paludismo
este ao, de lo cuales morirn por lo menos
3 millonee.
LA QUININA
ha sido la base principal en el tratamiento
del paludismo durante los ltimo* 130 abo.
Una dosis diaria de 1 grm. a 1.3 grms. de
QUININA durante 5 a 7 das curar con xito
un ataque de paludismo.
La mejor posibilidad para una curacin radical
en las recadas de paludismo, la ofrece un
tratamiento durante 14 das de QUINIPLEX,
un preparado recientemente recomendado por
la Comisin de Expertos de Paludismo de la
Organizacin Mundial de Salud (1950).
EQUIPOS DE SOLDADURA
Y
ACCESORIOS "LINCOLN"
A. J. ALFARO
Tel. 2-1145
Distribuidor Armco
Avenida Norte No. 17 Apartado lili.
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