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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. F, MONDAY, JULY I, 1951
PTVE CENTS
HOUSE OK'S TAX RELIEF
THAT WEARY ROAD A Korean mother leaves her road-
weary child to rest on the ground as she adjust* the bindings
? that hold her youngest child to the other son's back. This
*?mlly la part of Korea's endless stream of refugees beading
south to. escape war.
" "~*_______(Canadian Army photo by NEA Telephoto)
AP's Prague Correspondent
Admits Espionage At Trial
PRAGUE. July 2. (UP) As-
sociated Press Correspondent
William N. Oatls confessed at the
opening of his trial today that
he had carried out espionage a-
galnst Czechoslovakia.
Oatls, a United States Citizen.
and three Czech employes of the
Associated Press are being tried
on charges of political, military
and economic espionage and
complicity in the murder of a
Czech officer.
First of the defendants to tes-
tify. Oatls spoke firmly and
clearly In English.
He was not asked to plead to
the charges against him. which
carry a maximum penalty gf
death. .
Oatls added that both US Mili-
tary Attache George L. Atwood.
and his predecessor. Colonel P. D.
Glnder, had carried out espion-
age.
He aid he had been elven se-
cret Information by an official in
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Box Score
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the office of the Prime Minister,
also an engineer named Polak
(head of the defunct Pan Ameri-
can World Airways office in
Prague, another PAA employe,
two waitresses In the fashionable
Alcon and a former AP employe
who worked in the Grand Hotel
at Karlsbad.
Oatls said he checked the In-
formation given him by the
Czechs with Ram Goburdhun,
Charge d'Affalres of the Indian
Embassy in Prague. '
7 U.S. Commies
Marched To Jail
NEW YORK, July 2 (UP).
Seven members of the American
Communist Politburo marched
off to Jail today, ending their
three-year legal battle to escape
prison on charges of conspiring
to teach and advocate the over-
throw of the United States gov-
ernment by force.
Four colleagues convicted with
them failed to appear as order-
ed in federal court at 10:30 a.m.,
and U8 Judge Sylvester Ryan
Issued bench warrants for their
arrest.
The seven were remanded to
Jail for two years, 11 months
and 18 days.
Infantry War Virtually Halted;
Reds Wait Ridgway's Answer
TOKYO, July 2 (UP).Allied air power and artillery kept up
a drumfire of death today while the Infantry war came to a
viitusi if unofficial halt.
United Nations and Communist patrols probed and joustled
each other at isolated points along the hundred-mile Korean
front in an effort to take or hold the most advantageous posi-
tions before the cease-fire "freezes'' the battle line.
As of 11 p.m. Tokyo time, however, General Matthew B.
Ridgway had not yet answered the latest Communist truce
proposal made 24 hours ago to meet in the Kaesong area along
the 38th Parallel between July 10 and 15.
While Ridgway referred the
matter to Washington Kid the
machinery of defense an'd diplo-
macy ground out still another
formula to end the year-long war,
men on both sides continued to
die.
Most sources believed that Lt.
General James Van Fleet. Com-
mander of the United Nations
ground forces In Korea, would re-
present General Ridgway in any
ceasefire talks. However. If North
Korean Premier Kim II Sung and
Chinese General Peng Teh Hal
should be designated the Com-
munist representatives, lt Is pos-
sible that Ridgway himself as
supreme commander would take
part.
The Communist acceptance
message on the ceasefire matter
was the first disclosure of the
Identity of the' Chinese com-
mander in Korea.
Peng. 52. ranka just behind
General Chu Teh in the Chinese
Communist military helrarchy,
and has the reputation of being
a tough negotiator. He was a do-
minant military field command-
er during the Chinese Civil War
and one of a three-man team of
Communist leader* who met with
the Chinese Nationalist delega-
tion in 1946 under the auspices
of General George Marshall to
negotiate a temporary ceasefire.
Meanwhile the Communists
showed they were apparently
sincere In their offer to nego-
tiate by playing up the propos-
ed truce as a sign of United
Nations military weakness. Mon-
day evening both the Pelplng
Radio and the North Korean
Pyongyang radio heard In To-
kyo stressed the same theme,
namely that UN soldiers were
jubilant over Soviet delegate Ja-
cob Malik's peace proposal and
that the UN high command was
seeking a ceasefire owing to the
alleged failure of military oper-
ations in Korea.
Observers in Tokyo speculated
that the time-lag before the
Special Ballet-
Showing Tonight
Due to popular demand,, the
Ballet Russe Imperial starring
ballerina Nana Oollner will give
an extra performance at re-
duced prices tonight at the Na-
tional Theater.
The troupe leaves by air early
tomorrow for San Jose. Costa
Rica, where a concert is booked
tomorrow evening.
For this final request at po-
pular prices the program calls
for one act of "Giselle." one act
of "Swan Lake," and the ballet
"Enchanted Nipht," danced to
the music o Chopin.
Tickets are on sale at the box-
office and are priced at $2. $1
and 50 cents for the orchestra,
amphitheater and gallery, ac-
cording to Herbert De Castro,
who brought the company to
the Isthmus.
truce conference was proposed
by the Reds to hammer home
the idea of Communist "Vic-
tory."
Radio Pyongyang told Com-
munist soldiers to "mercelessly
annihilate" UN forces and en-
couraged anti-aircraft personnel
to shoot down as many aircraft
as possible.
*
A high-ranking 8th Army of-
ficer also said there had been
no change in the Army's policy
of killing Communist troops un-
til an actual armistice had been
arranged.
Optimists felt that the Com-
munists' call for delay resulted
from Red unpreparedness. In-
formed sources said that If lt
turned out that.the Communists
are unprepared for the talks lt
may be one of the most en-
couraging developments for the
West, as lt would indicate a lack
of cooperation between Moscow
and the Chinese and North Ko-
rean Reds.
In Washington, meanwhile.
Congressional leaders received
military brie fin' Oh the Korean
ftgh'Uhg, but Sneaker Saul Ray-
burn said the ceasefire was not
discussed. After a conversation
with President Truman Rayburn
told reporters:
"We are In a good position
over there."
White House Secretaries said
there was "nothing new."
On the first dav of trading on
the New York Stock Exchange
since the proposed ceasefire,
stocks declined and trading
turned dull.
In London, the British Cab-
inet met at No. 10 Downing
Street to consider the Commu-
nist reply to Ridgway's pro-
posals for an armistice. Foreign
Secretary Herbert Morrison Is
expected to.make a statement
to Parliament later.
The main British suggestion
is expected to be that the pro-
posed date for the ceasefire
meeting be put forward to avoid
the time lag which would enable
the Red forces In Korea to re-
form In an advantageous mili-
tary position.
Fred Whaler
Dies In Florida
Frederick G. Whaler, former
Canal employe, died Thursday
In St. Petersburg. Florida, where
he had been living since leaving
the Canal Zone. He was 67 years
old.
Mr. Whaler was widely known
throughout the Isthmus as a
fishing and duck hunting ex-
pert and retired in June 1946
from his position as Inspector In
the Personnel Division.
He is survived bv his wife, and
a daughter. Elsbeth Dowler, who
Uves In St. Petersburg, a son.
George, who is in the Army in
Korea, daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Stanley Whaler who Is in Warm
Springs, Georgia, and six grand-
children.
Panam To Become
One Of PAA's Key
Bases For Pilots
Panama will become one of
Pan American World Airways'
key operating bases in Latin Am-
erica August 1 with the transfer
here of IB captains and first of-
ficers.
The pilots will fly PAA's's DC-
3-type Clippers through Central
America between Panam and
Guatemala City. The DC-3s,
smallest aircraft operated by
Pan American, are the only Clip-
pers that can land and take off
at some of the small Central
American airports.
Their flight crews at present
are based at Miami and must be
1 e r r 1 e d to Panama on other
flights to go to work.
iie( pilot of the.new sector
wW'Ae Capt. David" G. Desmond,
whose headquarters will continue
t be at Miami, where he is also
sector chief pilot.
Panam joins Miami, Houston,
New Orleans, New York and Rio
de Janeiro as pilot bases In
PAA's Latin American Division.
Breezy Fellow
HOVE, England, July 2 (UP)
Bases ground to m halt
women screamed. Women
turned away women also
stared.
Men goggled.
But nobody did anything.
So the tall thin man, abso-
lutely naked, strolled for an
hour In the busy shopping
district of the resort town of
Hove today.
Finally someone telephoned
the police who came and took
the stroller away.
'Gran' Probasco,
86, Dies In Gorqas
Mrs. Nancv Probasco, mother
cf Mrs. Harry Bach of Plank
Street. Balboa, died this morn-
ing in Goreas Hospital. She was
86 years old.
Mrs. Frobasco, who had made
her home on the Canal Zone
since 1934, was known to her
wide circle of friends as "Gran."
She had been in poor health for
several years but had not enter-
ed Gorgas Hospital until Satur-
day.
Although she took no active
part in them, Mrs. Probasco was
widely Interested in community
affairs here and In the United
States and maintained her long-
time membership in the Wom-
en's Club of Burllngame, Califor-
nia, where she had made her
home before she came to the
Canal Zone.
Mrs. Probasco was born In Mas-
sachusetts. Jan. 31. 1865.
In addition to her daughter,
she is survived by one grandson,
Timothy Banch.
Funeral services will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Cathedral of St. Luke In Ancon
The family has asked that no
flowers be sent. Instead, friends
who wish may make contribu-
tions to the Bella Vista Chil-
dren's Home or the Canal Zone
Cancer Committee, Ira L. Wright.
Treasurer. The Canal Zone Com-
mittee is affiliated with the Am-
erican Cancer Society.

Senate Gets CZ Bill;
Passage Almost Sure
m
Unions Here
Elated Over
Good News
Word of the good news that
the' Reed Bill has passed the
House was received today by
representatives of. the Metal
Trades Council and Central
Labor Union from Washington.
"It is more than probable now
that the Reed Bill will go
through the Senate with little
opposition because lt origin-
ally agreed to the Jan. 1951 date
last year," a spokesman for
the CLU stated.
Walter Wagner, legislative re-
presentative of the CLU-MTC,
has been In Washington since
last October fighting for the
passage of the Reed Bill.
Rufus Lovelady, president of
the American Federation of Gov-
ernment Employes' Local 14,
who re^ntly returned from
Washington, said today "the
passage of the Bill by the Sen-
ate Is almost a certainty."
Last week when he was in the
Capitol, he said he talked to Sen-
ator Walter F. George, D. Ga.,
Chairman of the Senate Fin-
ance Committee and Senator
Eugene D. Mllllkin, R.Col. rank-
ing minority member, who both
expressed optimism that the
Senate would pass the measure.
George referred to the Sen-
ate's action last year when they
approved the effective date of
the tax as Jan. 1951. He said
'we will not be inconsistent."
WASHINGTON, July 2 (UP) Relief for United
States workers in the Panam Canal Zone from 1950 in-
come tax payments switched to the Senate today follow*
ing the passage in the House on Saturday of Representa-
tive Daniel A. Reed's Bill to abolish retroactive income
tax payments for the year 1950.
The House approved the measure Saturday afternoon
without debate or objection, almost unnoticed in the rush
of other legislation enacted to beat the June 30 deadline
for the fiscal year.
Reed got the Bill through by unanimous consent at
foreseen by Walter Wagner, legislative representative ef
CLU-MTC Unions of the Canal Zone.
Today the author of the bill
told the United Press he had al-
ready started efforts to get Sen-
ate approvals. He wrote letters
this morning to Walter FiGeorge,
Chairman of the Senate Finance
Committee and Eugene D. Mllll-
kin, ranking minority member,
urging them to help approve the
bill. ^
George already Is on record as
favoring such action.
Youthful Rapist Kidnaper Shoots Self
After Biggest Manhunt In NJ History
MT. AIRY, N.J., July 2 (UP)
Warren Lee Irwln. 27-year-old
kidnaper and sex criminal, com-
mitted suicide In a patch of weeds
and poison ivy yesterday to avoid
capture by the largest armed
posse In state history.
State police said Irwln fired
one .36 caliber bullet Into his left
temple after a night of crouch-
ing in the underbrush during
New Jersey's greatest manhunt
since the Lindbergh case.
The body of the ex-convtct.
who left a trail of murder ana
rape from Michigan to the East
Coast, lay face up along a barbed
wire fence. His T-shirt and blue
trousers were sodden from an all-
raln. A dried trickle of
ran from his nose,
s body was found about one-
nlle from the spot where Ir-
wln abandoned his auto and the
17-year-old bride-to-be ha had
forced to be his companion on his
last spree.
Two men In a Piper Cub spot-
ted the body from the air as a
posse of more than 100 armed
law enforcement officers stalked
the countryside. Irwln killed
himself less than 10 miles fr,om
the woods where the body of the
Lindbergh baby was discovered 19
yeais ago.
Carolyn Jane Baker, the teen-
aged girl Irwln kidnaped, held
captive for 42 hours and raped
six times, lay In a Washington
hospital, unaware her abductor
had taken his life. The hospital
said she was highly nervous and
would "not be disturbed under
any circumstances."
Lawrence Gilbert, her 19-year-
old fiance, was not permitted to
see her. but he vowed his love and
aid he hoped they would be
married next June. Only min-
utes after he had slipped an en-
gagement ring on her finger, Gil-
bert was bound and tied and
forced to watch while Irwln rap-
ed his sweetheart.
Irwin was found on the farm
estate of former State Senator
Arthur Foran, father of movie
star Richard Foran. The estate
Is 60 miles from Manhattan.
Hundreds of armed men had
prowled the area throughout the
night, but Irwln kept good his
promise never to be taken alive.
Irwln's suicide ended the most
concentrated, criminal spree
since badman Billy Cook spread
terror through the west, killing
eight persons earlier this year.
Irwin, s convicted "habitual
criminal'* at the age of 20, was
wanted In Michigan for the corn-
field rape-slaying of a housewife,
the murder o a young gas sta-
tion attendant and the kidnaping
of a Detroit stenographer.
Somehow, Irwln made his way
to a quiet road near the Wash-
ington Monument, where young
Gilbert sat In his car with his fi-
ancee. It was Miss Baker's 17th
birthday, and Gilbert had Just
given her an engagement ring.
Irwln jumped in the car, put a
gun in the girl's ribs, and ordered
the youth tq drive him to Virgi-
nia, because "the FBI is after
me."
For the young couple, two days
of hortor began. Irwln forced the
girl to tie up Ollbert, then raped
her, while her fiance watched
helplessly, two feet away.
Irwln left Ollbert at the fork
of a road, and took Miss Baker
with him to a cheap hotel In
Washington, where he attacked
(Continues! on Page 6, Column 4)
Proposed Bill Puts
Nine Army Camps
On Stand-By Basis
WASHINGTON. June 30. (UP)
The House Armed Services
: Committee tentatively approved
I plans today to put nine large
, stand-by armv camps on an
emergency basis for use within
' six weeks if all-out mobilization
is necessary.
The program would cost $50-
000.000 to biiv land Install utili-
ties and build roads. It was part
of a $6 500.000.000 Military Con-
struction Program which would
, be authorized in a bill now being
I considered by the Committee.
It normally takes nine months
to put an armv camp in opera-
tion. The emergency program
still needs the approval of the
House and Senate before lt goes
into effect
The camps which would be af-
fected are Camp Blandlng, Fla :
Camp McCain. Miss.; Camp Ruc-
ker. Ala.: Camp Shelby Miss :
! Camp Bowie. Tex : Camp Gruber,
lOkla.: C*mp Robinson, Ark.;
Camp Swift, Tex., and Camp,
i White, Ore.
Ex-PAD Worker
Among Victims
Of Plane Crash
A former Panam Air Depot
employe, Ira G. Vann, was killed
Saturday when a DC-6 of which
he was a passenger crashed In
the Rocky mountains near Fort
Collins, Colorado, according to
word received on the Isthmus by
a former co-worker of the de-
ceased.
The plane with 49 persons
aboard en route to New York
from San Francisco, had disap-
peared early Saturday in the
foothills of the Rockies as it
headed towards a landing at the
Denver airport. The discovery
was reported by a United Press
dlsDatch Saturday. "There was
nothing but a deep gash, and a
piece of the plane's tall section
at the base of Foot Hague's peak
to show where the United Air
Lines DC-6 crashed."
The pilot had last reported his
position at an altitude of 8.500.
with weather and visibility good
for 10 miles. The plane disap-
peared 12 hours after the United
Airline Company's 900 pilots and
co-pilots had agreed to end an
11 day old strike. .
John Ulrlch. a farmer who lives
near Loveland, Colorado report-
ed hearing a plane that "didn't
sound Just right" at 5:10 a.m.
Saturday. "But then there ws
kind of dull thump." He con-
tacted the State Patrol as soon as
he heard abo'it the missing plane
on an early morning broadcast.
The spot where the plane had
crashed was located several
hours later, but there was no
sign of the craft's fuselage,
wreckage, or of those who were
aboard.
Weslev E. Zorn. of Albrook Air
Force Base received the infor-
mation by telephone 8unday
from Vann's home in Davton.
Ohio. Vann had been emplov<>1
as 8unerlntendent of Supply
from 1946 to 1949. He was work-
in" out of Davton where he re-
sided with his fnmilv at the time
of the creah. He Is survived by
his wife, Clara and two daugh-
ters.
2 Die, 5 Wounded
In Shooting Over
Juke Box Squabble
BRANCHVILLE, S. O, July i
(UP) An argument over a
nickel in a "Juke box" here led
to the fatal shooting of Police
Chief J. W. Ethridge, a young
Negro and the wounding of at
least five other Negroes, police
reported today.
Orangeburg County Sheriff
George L. Reed said he was
holding Caroll Gantt, teen-aged
Negro boy, for killing Ethridge
and 23-year-old Robert Barnes
after the youth shot up a Negro
cafe with a doublebarreled shot-
gun.
Reed said Sammle Scott. Da-
vid Bowman, 20, Sam Lewis, 30,
J. B. Winhal and John Hender-
son, all colored, were admitted
to the Orangeburg Hospital with
buckshot wounds. He said it
was also believed a 12-year-old
Negro girl and a Negro woman
had been hit.
Chief Ethridge was shot down
In the cafe when he went to in-
vestigate the riot Reed said.
Highway patrolman R. O. Cof-
fey mayor D. L. Hutto and She-
riff's deputy broke up the shoot-
ing and arrested Oantt.
Sheriff Reed said that Oantt
had admitted to the shooting
and lt had all started after an
argument over who put a nickel
in the "Juke box."
Scott, who was shot In the
Orangeburg County Jail as a
Orangeburg County Jail as a
leg, was being held in the
material witness.
Senate passage is considered
almost certain because last
year the same group voted for
Canal Zone worker's relief.
Lack of House appreval cause J
the relief measure to fail then.
In asking the House to approval
the measure Saturday, Reed ex-
plained how tax had been lmposl
ed last Sept. 22. but made to ap-4
ply to the entire year of 1950,
most of which had already pass-1
ed. He said the "retmctlve ap-
plication of the new lax has caus-
ed undue hardship In a greet
many cases. This was due primar-'
fly to the fact that no curren
withholding payments of Income
tax had been made during 1950;
and therefore, the effect of mak-
ing the new tax apply to all of
that year's Income has been to
require payment of two year's In-
come taxes In one year."
Reed said "attention of Way
and Means Committee has been,
called to the fact that in many
cases the savings of civilian em-
ployes and military personnel In
the possessions are insufficient
to cover tax due on Income re-
ceived prior to the enactment of
the Revenue Act of 1950 and thesa
Individuals have therefore been
forced to borrow money In order
to pay their income taxes. (Edit-
or's note: For purposes of taxa-
tion the Canal Zone is considered
a "possession.")
In view therefore of undue
hardship created and in order to
make the extension of the income*
tax to personnel in possession
more nearly to conform to other
provisions of the Revenue Act of
1950, your committee urges the
retroactive provisions eliminated
bv the enactment of HR-380*
(Reed's B11H. The result will be
that the extension of Income tax
to United States citizens in pos-
sessions as provided in the Reve-
nue Act of 1950 will be applicable.
Tor the taxable years after De-
cember 31, 1950, instead of De-
cember 31, 1959."
Reed told the House that the
Defense Department favored the
bill and Its favorable report ha
been cleared by the Budget Bu-
reau. No objection was raised, s^
the bill ordered passed.
GIs At Front Sharply Split
On Reaction To Peace Parley
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA. July
2 (UP)American soldiers on the
battle line in Korea were sharp-
ly divided today in their reac-
tions to the proposals for a ne-
gotiated truce In Korea.
Many were anxious to get
home, no matter what the cost to
Korea or to western hopes of sal-
vaging the Far East, but there
were many others who agreed
with the Marine sergeant who
said:
"I am for going through with
the war. We are in the same place
we were one year ago, and we
have too many guys six feet un-
der."
Still others doubted that the
Russian suggestion of a cease-
fire was sincere, or that the Unit-
ed Nations would agree to a set-
tlement that left South Korea
open to a new Communist at-
tack.
Navy HA 1/C Dlxon J. Stoffern,
of Redwood City, Calif., medical
aid man for the Marines, said
that "we all want to see the fight-
ing stop In Korea, because we all
want to get home. It is hard to
say what Is the sight, thing to do.
Somebody, somewhere, surely
knows better than we what
should be done."
Cpl. Flgueroa T. Ramos, of Co-
roal, Puerto Rico, agreed heart-
ily that "we're all tired of this
war. I hope they meet in a hel-
luva hurry."
Marine Sgt. Gray M. Ford, of
Tampa, Fla.. added that "it is
what all the men want and have
been waiting for. A lot of people
have been working for a break
over here so they could talk
peace."
A Marine corporal who asked
that his name not be used said,
however, that "the war will never
be over until China realizes that
she is beaten. That will come
when the people revolt and over-
throw their leaders."
"The truce proposals will have
little effect on the infantry fight-
ing now." added Sgt. 1/CL Ester
Leonard of Columbus, Ga. "They
are pretty cynical guys, who
won't stop until they see the
cease-fire so we can talk peace,
but It is hard to say whether the
Communists are on the level."
"I don't think there will be a
cease-fire, because the United
Nations will not agree to lt," said
Marine Cpl. C. J. Bowen, of Gray-
son, Ga. "I think they've lost too
much to awlt now."


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Cape Verde Volcano
Possible Haze Cause
A volcanic eruption in the
Cape Verde Islands, off the west
coast of Africa, may be the cause
of the haze that has clouded Mi-
ami and the Caribbean for sev-
eral days.
This theory was advanced by
Robert S. Bush, Latin American
Division meteorologist for Pan
American World Airways at Mia-
mi, after receiving reports from
Dbservers in Latin America.
Foro Volcano in the Cape Ver-
des erupted violently June 12.
The eruption was preceded and
acompanied by explosions and
earthquakes.
A vast black cloud of smoke
mushroomed up 26.000 feet and
ashes blanketed Fogo Island,
plane crews flyinR over the area
reported.
The crater itself built up to a
height of about 6,500 feet.
Bush believes this volcanic ash.
borne by the prevaillnR easterly
winds, drifted across the Atlantic
and is responsible for the pro-
longed haze over an area stretch-
ing from Miami to Trinidad.
While the Cape Verdes are a-
bout 4.000 miles from Miami, the
distance is not too far for drift-
ing ash. Dust and ash from some
major eruptions have been
blown around the world.
"It'i the most logical explana-
tion for the haze, which is not
normal in the present rainy sea-
son," Bush pointed out.
Ports Book Available
in Fifth Edition
A handy reference book for the
shipping man, "Ports of the
World" published by The Ship-
ping World Limited. EffinRham
House. Arundel Street, Strand
London, has come out in its fifth
edition. The bok falls into the
classification of "bigger and bet-
lei" not only because of exten-
sive rewriting which brought es-
sential data up to date, but be-
cause of new features which
make information more accessi-
ble. The volume contains a
wealth of operation, traffic and
business intelligence and the
American sale representative is
Edward W. Sweetman, 1 Broad-
way. New York 4. N.Y. The book
Is priced at $12.
The hand shown today was
played by Mr. B. Jay Becker In
an expert game at the Regency
Club.
Becker, holding the South
hand, was a bit stuck for both of
his bids. His first response of one
no-trump was a slight underbid,
but he was unwilling to make a
jump bid without a spade stop-
per. When East bid both red suits,
South properly decided that
North's side strength had to be
In spades. Hence he could safely
Jump to three no-trump.
Weset opened the deuce of
hearts, and East was allowed to
win the first and second tricks
in that suit. East then shifted to
the kinR of diamonds and Becker
won with the ace.
Declarer's next step was to
lead a cluband here Becker
made one of the plays for which
he has become so well known. He
led the queen of clubs.
It was clear from East's bid-
ding that he was long in the red
suits. It was impossible for him
to bid so aggressively if he had
all four of the missing clubs.
However, it was quite possible
that East was void of clubs.
Since a 4-0 club split was the
onlv danger, and since only West
oculd have four clubs, it was vi-
tal to begin the clubs by leading
the queen. The situation showed
up when East had to discard a
spade.
Now Becker could lead a low
club, covering West's nine with
dummy's king. A diamond return
to the Jack out him in a Dositlonl i
to lead another low club In order
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
PAGE THKEB
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US Financial Statement Lists
* Record Receipts, Huge Surplus

IRENE CHAN PACLDINO
Yes Indeed, local talent is popping out once more, now at
the Hotel w Manama. In the Balooa Koom. There Is a collec-
tion of 40 paintings, mostly watercolors and guache, a few oils
and a sculptured piece oy Malcolm DelvaUe. Though born In
km Xi S., Malcolm spent most, ot nls Hie on the Istnmus. He at-
tended Pratt Institute In New York and recently has been study-
ing and working in Paris. With several prominent art critics
lavorable and personal interest, prizes, nonojable mentions and
one man snows under his belt, this young American is on the
thresnold of experience, an important factor to a painter.
The show is very pleasant and appealing for it is realistic,
yet not necessarily at the expense of esthetic Qualities which
makes for serious painting. Many of tne Pictures are impres-
sionistic. To mention a few. there are: F*/^ MAJORCA.
SPAIN; BARCELONA, LEAVING FOR THE BALERIC ISLANDS;
and VENICE, LOOKING AWAY FROM ST. MARKS SQUARE.
In one sense, impressionism means to present a general impres-
sion of an incident, a view, or an object, rather than to record
it in detail. It is "interest"' to paint or model what the eye
sees at a lance and not what the eye knows to be there. This
is accomplished ordinarily with comparative rapidity, suggesting
a sketch of essentials. Hence, the painter is not concerned as
much with structure of form, as in contrast to the cubists, who
sees all forms and objects in nature as essentially geometric
solids. The Impressionist is a colorist. The cubist Is an analy-
tical designer of occupied space and relationships. In the im-
pressionistic watercolors mentioned, note the fluidity of the me-
dium, brevity of statement.
sjaod1?
As a climax, the best watercolor Is CIRCUS, MONTPAR-
NASSE, (No. 46). It has the economy of statement like the im-
pressionist but it goes much farther. It is expresslonlstic in that
It expresses much. Besides the successful and necessary achieve-
ment of composition, color and design, it gives a crisp fresh feel-
ing of a certain kind of a day. He accomplishes this effect by
the bold dark areas, cold blue color of the van, contrast of the
sharp against soft areas, sure lines, well composed angles and
direction of lines. This -is good serious painting above student
quality work.
A handsomely painted Ruache is ST. CLOUD FROM MY
WINDOW. (No. 1). Th# colors are very well related. The de-
sign and composition is dovetailed exquisitely. One may note
the difference in. the related media of guache (pronounced
gwashi and watercolor by examlng No. 1 and No. 46. Guache Is
heavier and opaque, chalkier. Watercolor Is transparent, airy,
linter in texiural quality. GRAND AVENUE, BROOKLYN, (No.
14) is a watercolor in subdued vibrant colors so well related
that it adds to the beauty of the composition. FLORENCE SEEN
FROM THE PLACE MICHELANGELO, (No. 33) Is a good example
of economy of statement and simplicity. Mr. DelvaUe says the
maximum with the minimum in this little picture.
Finally, there is" the STREET SCENE IN BROOKLYN, (No. 5)
A mood and atmosphere Is captured and recorded. It Is really
moist, damp and rainy In feeling. The drawing is loose, free,
absolutely delightful and Just enough to be emphatic in the pic-
ture. It shows the unhesitating draftsmanship of the painter.
So much for the watercolors and guaches. There Is another
picture called INDU8TRY (No. 53) that Is Interesting and im-
portant to note because it gives us an opportunity again to see
the use and technique of a new expression in contemporary art.
The picture is semi-abstract. In contrast to abstract painting,
semi-abstract pictures have recognizable or familiar objects with-
in the composition. In this picture, the painter has not only
used Industrial motifs as a take-off point for design but has
used the technique, of "collage" and texture Interest as well. It
Is most Imaginative. Collage Is a little branch from the cubist
school, who became at one time so Interested in texture that
they began to experiment by pasting onto the canvas surface
bits of paper, fabric or any other material to Integrate it Into
the composition and design. Therefore this little art devoted to
texture became known as collage. There Is no rule that limits
tiie experimentation of painting and who Is to say a new.and
different application to a flat surface Is wrong?
Mr. DelvaUe has applied sand grains, bits of rood and ore
minerals onto his seml-abstractlon. The first picture of textural
nature that I have seen In Panama was one by Mitchell Jamie-
son. Naval combat painter. World War II of Operations Palette
that was exhibited here In October, 1949. Mr. DelvaUe gives us
further opportunity to acquaint ourselves with this new expres-
sion. Aside from texture, the variety of medium Is of Impor-
tance in No. 53. The painter used guache, tempera, pen and Ink
and rendered In painting as well as In drawing.
A word about cpNFLICT the sculptured piece. It Is the
only contemporary sculpture I have seen here. It has the essen-
tial qualities necessary to a free-standing piece and that Is. It
was meant and can be viewed from any direction. There is no
limitation like frontallty such as one finds especially in Egyptian
and Greek pieces. In character and nature. CONFLICT respects
the fundamental sculptural qualities of that form of expression.
It Is aware of planes, tension, and space. It Is somewhat cubls-
tlc.
Mr. Delvalle's forte Is watercolors. guache and drawing abil-
ity. The quantity and quality of his work tells us he Is a hard
and diligent worker. A good sign. His work is not mature as
yet. but there is promise of maturity In his ability. He Is only
In his earlv twenties, and has much time.
The exhibit will be on view daily and in the evenings at
the Hotel El Panama till Julv 6. Another dlsplav will be on Julv
10 at the JWB Balboa and on July 10 at the Washnlgton Hotel.
It Is a pleasure and s>. matter of local pride to see a young Isth-
mian doing so well abroad. Locally, the best thing that one can
do Is not onlv the seeln derstanding the painter through his paintings; thus giving your-
self a broader appreciation for good paintings In future exhibi-
tions.
WASHINGTON. July 2 (UP)
The government Usted 1U 1951
ilnancial year over the weekend
with a whopping surplus on the
balance sheet and a big chunk
of money in the cash box.
But that surplus of about $4.-
G00.u00.000 give or take a few
hundred million either way
and Increased receipts will melt
away under the Impact Of bil-
lion- dollar-a-week defense bills.
The exact Treasury figures of
government expenses, receipts,
surplus, cash on hand, and pub-
lic debt for fiscal year 1951 will
not be known until early next
week.
The latest report on the
Treasury position through
June 27 shows expenses, re-
ceipts, surplus, and cash balance
up considerably from a year ago
and the public debt down by
inore than $2,000.000,000.
Thi surplus as of Wednesday ;
"4.382,332,770.44. A year ago'
as a deficit of $2,113.893.-
658.8a
jund figures, there were
ses of $43.200,050.000 In fis-
cal 1951 against $36.000.000,000 a
year ago: receipts of $47.500,000.-
000 against $36,600,000,000; cash
balance of $7,250.000.000 against
$5,300,000.000. and public debt of
$254,400,000,000 against $256,500,-
000,000.
Higher taxes Imposed last Oc-
tober and the highest corpora-
tion profits in history brought
in considerably more money
than President Truman estimat-
ed in submitting the 1951 budget
in January. 1950. And a surplus
resulte dinstead of the Presi-
dent's estimated deficit. Mr.
Truman' estimate of 1951 ex-
penditures also missed. He said
thev would be $47.210,000,000, or
$4.000.000.000 ahead of what
thev were.
The heavy individual Income
tax payments of March 15 and
June 15 these are sepprate
from the withholding taxes on
nerlodlc paychecks kicked up
the cash balance. And steady re-
tirement of government bonds
reduced the public debt.
The receipts this year are the
largest In history, even exceed-
ing the 1944 war year when they
reached $44.700.000,000.
The surplus Is the third since
1930. All occurred after World'
War II. 81nce the constitution
was adopted in 1789. the govern-
ment ha soperated In the black
97 vears. Federal operations
have shown a deficit in 64 fiscal
vears.
Which category fiscal 1952 will
fall Into is a guess.
Big spending bills for the Ko-
rean War and the defense build-
up against Communism already
are coming in and are expected
j,o show up with Increasing fre-
quency in fiscal 1962.
Defense moblllzer Charles E.
Wilson has said contracts have
been let renresentln" expendit-
ures of $1,000,000.000 a week.
And under present world ten-
sions, this rate undoubtedly will
go up. Only a few persons ex-
pect a decrease despite a trim-
ming of non-defense expenses.
Nobel Winner Sunche Says
"Negro Prejudice Must Go"
ATLANTA, July 2. (UP) Dr.
Ralph Bunche termed segrega-
tion the "Negro's burden and the
nation's shame" here today, and
said "second-class citizenship for
the Negro must go."
Bunche. who won a Nobel
Peave Prize for his successful ar-
bitration of the 1949 Palestine
dispute, spoke to the closing ses-
sion of the annual convention of
the National Association for the
Advancement of colored People.
The Director of the UN Trus-
teeship Committee said he was
fully aware "some white folks
down here will argue that what
I am saying Is 'damn Yankee'
at that."
"I am compelled to talk about
the Negro problem because It.Is
our number one domestic prob-
lem, because I am a Negro, and
of Ft. Kobbe. a son. June 26 at
Gorgas Hospital.
STERLING. Mr. and Mrs. John
of Pueblo Nuevo, a daughter,
June 27 at Gorgas Hospital.
GRANT. Mr. and Mrs. Heze-
klali of La Bora, a son. June 28
at Gorgas Hospital.
Marriage Licenses
THOMAS. Arthur R., 25, of La
Bora, to MALONEY, Carmen. 20,
of Pueblo Nuevo.
VERGARA. Atllano. 33. of
Gamboa to CBDEO. Teodollnda
Medina. 18 of Panama.
CAUELAS. Janiniano, 23. of
Panama to DURAN. Elvira. 22 of
Panama.
Death,
BALL. Luther 48, of Panama,
June 26. at Gorgas Hospital.
CONSUEGRA, Osvaldo P.. 48, of
Colon, June 27 at Colon Hospi-
tal.
Old Church Thrice Moved
WELLFLEET. Mass. (UP)
The First Congregational Church,
long a landmark in this Cape Cod
community has been moved
three times since It was built in
the Chcquesset Neck section back
in 1720.
because It is the business of the
NAACP." Bunche said.
"No section of the nation Is free
of the problem. The fight against
racial prejudice...must be na-
tion-wide and must continue...
until society is completely purged
of this evil." >
"Second-class citizenship con-
tradicts democracy," said
Bunche. "In the name of demo-
cracy, second-class citizenship
for the Negro must go.
"Who can deny that bad racial
relations are a serious devlslve
factor and weaken us when we
must need unity?
"Who can deny that racial pre-
judice prevents one-tenth of the
nation's manpower from being
utilized to Its maximum poten-
tial?
"Can there be any question that
undemocratic racial attitudes
and practices are fully exploited
sources of effective propaganda
for those who are opposed to us
and all we stand for?"
Bunche said segregation Is en-
forced bv "intimidation." He said
this intimidation comes "prim-
arily from those who would reck-
lessly exploit the racial problem
for selfish, political and economic
ends.."
Walter White, executive secre-
tary of .the NAACP. told delegates
the organization's task "Is to aid
America and ourselves by fight-
ing for more, not less, democracy.
"Trying days are ahead for all
... particularly Negro Americans.
On one side stand the racists who
will stop at nothing to maintain
the status quo of second-class ci-
tizenship for colored citizens.
"On the other is the Commun-
ist party which seeks desperate-
ly to find a hiding place among
Negroes and their organizations."
White told delegates to ''spurn
the advances of these merchants
of discord and opportunism who
seek to woo you with their roseate
promises of an Idyllic existence
under the dictatorship of the
Kremlin."
"We must never forget," he
said, "whatever the numerous
and abvsmal failures of demo-
cracy. It is still preferable to any
system of government where one
man or a tlnv group of men have
the power of life or death over
Its people."
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
ATHERLEY. Mr. and Mrs. Vin-
cent of Colon, a son. June 24. at
Colon Hospital.
HAMILTON. Mr. and Mrs. Cy-
ril of Panama, a son. June 25 at
Gorgas Hospital. .
MARTINEZ. Mr. and Mrs. Allle
of Panama, a daughter. June 25
at Gorgas Hospital.
HERNDON. Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Curundu. a son June 25 at Gor-
gas Hnsoit.nl.
CASEY. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. of
Balboa, a daughter. June 25. at
Gorgas Hospital.
OSORIO. Mr. and Mrs Rafael
O. of Sliver City, a son. June 26
at Colon Hospital.
EARTHMAN, Lt. and Mrs. W. F.


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MONDAY. JILT 2, 1K1
ankees Take Over 1st Place In American League
Upset Win Feature
Juvenia Golf Tourney
The Juvenia Watch Handicap
Qolf Tournament at Summit
Hills reached the semi-final stage
Sunday with four upset wins:
"Jovial" Gene Hochstedler sur-
prised all followers by defeating
the "kid with the antique time
piece," Jasper Strlckler, 3 and 2.
"Jovial" Gene shot a 15 with his
7 handicap to take over the spot
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Black Pico To Meet
Baby Green July 8
Al Coln Arena
According to information from
reliable sources, negotiations for
the Black Pico-Juan Diaz II re-
turn match have fallen through
but Promoter Salabarria has ar-
ranged for the Cuban champ to
meet Panama's Bantamweight
Champion Baby Green Sunday
July 8 at the Colon Arena.
The program has not yet been
approved by the Colon Boxing
Commission but will be submit-
ted tonight at the commission's
meeting and is expected to be
unanimously approved.
Pico and Green have signed to
clash at a 118-pound weight lim-
it. The program will be supported
by two six-round semifinals and
a four-round preliminary.
Steven Bennett and Sylvester
Wallace are scheduled to meet
In ane of the semifinals at a 126-
pmind limit.
.he other sub-feature pits
Leslie Thompson against Bat-
tling Escudero at a 120-pound
limit.
The preliminary will be be-
tween hard-hitting up-and-com-
ing Melvln Bourne and Al Stew-
art at 120 pounds.
Admission prices have been set
at $3 'reserved ringside>. $2
(gejieral ringsidei. Si (one dol-
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W fighters and children.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Hank Hartz, the old maestro,
came out of the Margarita Bush
and his semi-retirement from
Trap and Skeet shooting to break
one 22 and three 24's for a total
of 94 out of one hundred to win
the .410 gauge Skeet Champion-
ship of the Balboa Gun Club and
the sterling silver trophy that
goes to the champion.
Bill Cunningham and Ray Nor-
ton were second and third with
83 and 92. respectively. George
Watrus was fourth with 91. Tom
McNeill and Captain Spencer tied
for first in Class B with 84 each.
Lamoine Brown was third in this
class with 83 and Joe "Hot Hat"
Kueter fourth with 82.
Overall scores were higher than
expected: one shooter had 49 out
of 50. while two others broke their
first 25 straights with the sport-
ing little .410 gauge gun.
Scores:
H. Hartz........94
Bill Cunningham 93
Ray Norton......92
George Watrus. .. 91
C. S. Sanders.... 87
Tom Boyd......86
Capt Spencer.... 84
Tom McNeill .. .. 84
L. Brown......83
Joe Kueter......81
Bd Francis......80
Leo Chester.....72
Lee Carr........64
T. Albritton .. .. 62
Wednesday, July 4th. at ten
cCfilock there will be a registered
trap shoot consisting of 50 han-
dicap and 25 pairs of doubles.
This will be a novelty shoot.
All shooters who broke 90 or
over in the State shoot will shoot
their first, 25 targets from 25
yards; all others will shoot from
20 yards. The scores In the first
25 will decide the yardage for the
second 25.
This is a new version of a Phil
Miller shoot.
The other event will be 25 pairs
of doub>s. A trophy will be a-
warded to the winner of each
ivent. Also, the entry fee of two
lollar.s on the overall shoot will
e divided 30 per rent high gun,
JO per cent second, 15, 10. 7'2
ind 7'2 per cents. This will split
ie purse into seven prizes.
Owing to the Increased cost of
Srununitlon. the cost of one
und of Skeet or Trap will be
ncreased to $2.00.
Shooting on July 4th will start
t 10 a.m.
his inability to score well on the
first five holes.
Uuset number two occurred as
Paul "Shanky" Moran took Bill
LeBrun to the cleaners to the
tune of 3 and 2. Paul forged
ahead on the first nine holes, to
everyone's surprise, and won go-
ing away as Bill LeBrun suffered
a reversal of golf-form over the
week end. Paul shot a 77 with a 9
handicap to win.
Upset number three, W. A. Da-
niels, shooting 88 with a 21 han-
dicap, defeated Pres. Trim, Jr.,
shooting a 74 with a 5 handicap,
1 up. Trim, while favored to take
this, apparently underestimated
Daniels, who has been playing
beautiful golf throughout the
tournament.
Upset number fourDick
Thompson defeated Maury Mul-
ler 3 and 2. as Maury's drives
continually placed him in trou-
ble. Thompson shot a 76 with a
6 handicap, while Maury carded
a 78 with a 4 handicap.
Pairings for the Championship
Flight for the semi-final encoun-
ter to be played by July 8th are
as follows:
Gene Hochstedler vs. Paul Mo-
ran: Dick Thompson vs. W. A.
Daniels.
Results of the Consolation
! Flight matches are as follows:
Jim DesLondes defeated Betty
I Coleman. 5 and 3.
Ruth Presley defeated R. H.
, Egolf, 1 up.
Al Saarinen defeated Don Mc-
Nevin, 1 up.
G. H. Pescod defeated J. R. Ol-
son, 1 up.
M. B. Huff defeated Phil Whit-
ney. 4 and 2.
Wilma Lavers defeated G. A.
Reynolds. 2 and 1.
George Riley defeated Bart
Ellch, 6 and 5.
Jim Hinkle defeated Johnny
Hardyman, 4 and 3.
Contestants of the Consolation
Flight are notified that the next
match must be played by evening,
', July 4th. to enable the Consola-
! tlon Flight to catch up with the
Championship Flight. Then the
semi-final rounds of both the
Championship and Consolation
Flights will be played by July 8.
Pairings for the quarter-final
round of the Consolation FllghtJ
are as follows 'to be played by
July 4th >:
Jim DesLondes vs. Ruth Pres-
I lev: Al Saarinen vs. G. H, Pes-
cd; M B. Huff vs. Wilma Lav-
| ers: George Riley vs. Jim Hinkle.
Contestants are urged to con-
tact opponents to arrange match-
es. If the matches hae not been
previously arranged they are
scheduled for 9:00 a.m. July 4th
i for quarter-final rounf of Con-
solation Flight i and 9:00 a.m. of
Julv 8th for semi-final rounds of
both flights.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
won $7.80
5.90
3.90
1.95
6.85
6.85
3.90
1.95
FIRST RACE
1Pesadilla $42.40, $21 60. $37.60.
2Golden Patricia $32.60. $37.60.
3Torcaza $4.80.
SECOND RACE
18ixaola $7.80, $3.60.
2 Tuira $6.80.
First Doubles: (Pesadilla-Slxa-
ola) $447.0.
THIRD RACE
1Golden Babe $8.40, $4.60.
2Don Joaquin $5.20.
One-Two: (Golden Babe-Don
Joaquin) $6.4$.
FOt'RTH RACE
1-Don Catalino $9.60. $4.60, $3.20
2Domino $2 30, $2 80.
Quiniela: (Don (alalino-Dom-
ino $10 20.
FIFTH RACE
1Silver Domino $6, $2.20.
2--Mosqueton $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1High Mount $4.80. $2 80, $2 80.
2Mete Bulla $6.80. $3.
3Jepperin $3.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1 -Beduino $8 40. $5.
2--Prestigio $3.40.
Second Doubles: (High Mount-
Beduino) $25.80.
EIGHTH RACE
1Sandwood $4.60. $3.20. $240.
2- Mimo $6.20. $6 80.
3 Wild Wire %C 40.
Quiniela: (Sandwood-M I m o)
KM*.
NINTH RACE
1Delhi $30.90. $14 60. $4.80.
2-Asombro $4 60. $2.80.
3Gran Dla $3.20.
One-Two: (D e 1 hi-AsombroI
$395.
TENTH RACE
1Sin Fin $2.80, $2.20.
2Jota Jota $2 20.
Little League
LOCAL RATS
TEAMS Won Lost ret.
fill La Bocana . 7 1 .875
Twin City Rookies 5 3 Mi
Fergus Cabs. . *&
Monticello .... 2 C .IM
LITTLE BIO TEN
AB Hit* Ave.
Earl Best (I)......22 14 .836
R. Jimenet ..22 12 .646
Carlo* Brown III .. 16 8 .500
Ivan Lord (I>.....27 13 .4*1
H. Holder tTC. .. 20 9 .460
Leroy Best (I) .... 23 10 .435
Cecil Griffith (F>.. 21 9 .429
Dawson Jolly (F; ..24 10 .417
Robert Pate (Ii.... 25 10 .400
Antonio Brown iF) 25 9 .360
If ill La Bocana copped the first
half-season championship of the
Local Rate Little League by bag-
ging a twin-bill from Monticello
Gamboans at La Boca, Saturday
morning. In the opener, Robert
Pate notched his sixth victory
without a defeat.
At Red Tank, the Twin City
Rookies blanked Fergus Cub, 7
to 0. in the first game, but bowed
to the La Bocans, 6 to 3, in the
nightcap.
The box scores follow:
FIRST GAME
Monticello Gamboans AH It H
M. Grant, is........ 3 0 0
E. Scott, p.......... 0 0 0
C. Baxter, c........ 1 0 0
F. Modelo. 2b........ 2 0 1
A. Jones, c-cf........ 3 0 1
H. Warren, p......... 3 1 2
L. Fardln, cf-lb...... 2 0 0
J. Allen, rf......... 2 1 1
8. Duncan, If........ 3 1 0
J. Urrlola. 3b........ 2 O 1
C. Welsh. 2b......... 2 0 0
P. Malcolm, rf....... 0 0 0
Totals............23 3 6
Iflll La Bocans AB R II
R. Brown, 2b........ 3 1 1
I. Lord. 3b.......... 3 2 1
L. Best, if.......... 2 1 1
R. Pate, c-p........ 3 1 1
R. Innls. lb........ 3 0 0
E. Best, si.......... 3 0 2
O. Payne, cf........ 2 0 0
P. Wellington, rf .. .. 0 0 0
A. Spencer, rf....... 2 0 0
F. Bynoe. p.......... 1 1 0
C. Crown, c......... 0 0 0
Total!............20 6 6
Winning pitcher-Robert Pate.
Losing PitcherH. Warren.
SECOND GAME
Iflll La Bacana AB R H
R Brown, 2b........ 4 0 0
I. Lord, 3b.......... 4 0 3
L. Best, If.......... 3 1 2
R. Pate, cf......... 4 1 1
R. Innis, lb........ 4 0 1
E Best, ss.......... 3 1 2
C. Brown, c......... 3 0 1
C. McLean, rf........ 2 0 0
A. Watson, p........ 3 0 1
Totals............ 30 3 11
Monticello Gamboans AB R H
C. Baxter. ss-3b .... 2 0 0
A. Jones, cf........ 3 0 1
H. Warren, c........ 2 0 0
E.Scott............ 1 0 0
L. Fardln. lb........ 3 0 0
J.Allen, p.......... 1 1 0
M. Grant, as........ 1 0 0
V. Urrlola. 3b........ 1 0 C-
S.Duncan, 3b........ 1 0 0
R. Holness, If........ 1 0 0
C. Welsh. 2b........ 1 0 0
H. Blake. 2b........ 1 0 0
P. Malcolm, rf....... 2 0 1
Totals............ 20 1 2
Winning PitcherA. Watson.
Losing PitcherJ. Allen.
British Open Gets Underway
Today; Locke Is Big Favorite
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
N#w Tork...... 43 24 .14
Chicago........ 44 85 .18
Boston......... 40 2$ .588
Cleveland...... 31 38 389
Detroit........ II 34 .4?)
Philadelphia .. .. 3 41 .4M
Washington..... SS 41 .37
St. Louis........ II 47 .3M
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Philadelphia (N).
Boston at Washington Cleveland at Chicago (N).
(Only Game* Scheduled.)
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
i First Game)
Detroit 000 100 0001 0 0
Cleveland 100 000 Olx2 6 2
Cain >0 8' and Ginsberg; Fel-
ler 111-21 and Hegan.
(Second Game)
Detroit 000 000 0000 4 0
Cleveland COO 002 00k2 7 0
Orav (3-11. Truck! and Robin-
son; Chakales <3-2> and Teb-
betts.
(First Gam*11 Innings)
St. Louil 001 000 000 001 8 0
Chicago 001 000 000 012 8 0
Plllette 13-6 and Lollari'Hol-
oombe 18-4 > and Masl.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 000 201 000 3 7 0
Chicago 010 000 0001 2 0
Garver < 10-4 > and Batts: Kret-
low i2-4i. Aloma and Nlarhos.
(First Game)
Washlng'n O10 211 101 7 15 2
Phllphla 002 020 80x10 8 1
Johnson 13-4 >, Ferrlck. Conaue-
gra and Klutta; Fowler, Kucab
and Murray.
(Second Game)
Washlngt'n 000 000 0202 6 0
Phlledalp'a 201 000 OOx3 6 0
Moreno < 2-5. Consuegra and
Ouerra; Hooper (3-6>,Schelband
Aatroth.
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn....... 43 25 .632
New York....... 39 32 .549
St. I.ouis........ 35 32 .512
Philadelphia .... 88 33 .485
Cincinnati...... 32 38 .41$
Chicago........ 38 33 .478
Bastn......... 31 35 .470
Pittsburgh...... 25 41 .37
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston (N).
Philadelphia at New York (N).
Chicago at Pittsburgh (NK
St. Louis at Cincinnati IN).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
i First Game)
Chicago 012 004 O007 14 1
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 2 2
Mlnner (4-6) and Edwards;
Ramsdell 16-81, Byerly, Peterson
and Pramesa.
Second Game12 Innings) '
Chic'go 201 002 00O 0027 12 0
Cincl. 230 000 000 0005 10 1
Lown, Kelly, Leonard (7-2i and
Burgess; Fox, Raffensberger
(7-91 and Scheffing.
12 Innings)
Pitts. 000 220 000 0004 8 1
St. L. 000 012 100 0015 12 1
Pollet (2-4) and Garaglola:
Munger, Brazle, Staley 10-7 >
and Rice.
Phil'phia 000 000 0CO0 7 0
Brooklyn 002 000 OOx2 1 0
Meyer < 6.-6,1, Konstantv and
Semlnick; Newcombe (11-5) and
Campanella.
New York 030 100 OTO4 9 0
Boston 000 001 0001 7 1
Jansen (9-61 and Westrum;
8pahn (8-7i, Bstock and Muel-
ler, Cooper.
Boston 000 001 0012 6 0
New York 100 011 02x5 9 0
Parnell (-$>, Wight. Kinder
and Rosar; Lopat (11-3) and
Berra.
15 Losses By One Run Drove
Southworth Back To The Farm
IV HARRY ORAYSON
NEA Sports Editor

'
FIRST GAME
Fergus Cubs AB R H
W. Forde, lb......... 3 0 0
G. Wilson. If........ 2 0 1
A. Howell, 2b........ 3 0 0
W.Barnaby. rf....... 3 0 1
D. Jolly, cf......... 3 0 0
C. Griffith, c........ 3 0 2
J. Howard. 3b....... 2 0 0
A. Brown, as........ 2 0 2
A. Bowen, p......... 1 0 0
Totals............22 0 6
Twin City Rookies AB R H
H. Holder, 30-lf...... 2 2 2
R. Molinar. ss-3b..... 3 1 2
R. Jimenez, p........ 4 0 3
L. Blades, c........ 3 0 0
R. Samuels, cf....... 3 0 1
C. Oarnett. cf-rf..... 3 0 1
G. Moreno. 2b........ 3 0 1
T. Titus, lb......... 3 2 1
Paddlfoot. rf........ 0 1 0
H. Gllllngs. ss....... 1 1 0
Totals............25 7 11
Winning Pltoher- R. Jimenez.
Losing.pitcherA. Bowen.
SECOND GAME
Twin Citv Rookies AB R H
H. Holder, lf-3b...... 3 0 0
R. Molinar. c-p...... 4 0 1
R. Jimenez. 3b-c...... 3 0 1
L. Blades, c-lb...... 2 0 0
R. Samuels. 2b-cf .... 2 1 0
C. Oarnett. If........ 2 O 0
A. Titus, lf-rf........ 2 1 0
C. Moreno, p-2b...... 2 1 0
H. Ollllngi, ss........ 1 0 0
Totals............ 21 3 2
Fergus Cubs AB R H
W. Forde. lb........ 3 2 1
O. Wilson. If........ 3 0 0
A. Howell. 2b........ 4 0 2
W.Barnaby, rf....... 2 0 0
D. Jollv. cf.......... 3 0 0
C. Griffith, c........ 2 0 0
J. Howard. 3b....... 3 0 0
A. Brown, sa........ 3 1 0
K. Sinclair, p....... 3 1 1
Totals............ 26 4 4
Winning pitcherKarl Sinclair.
NEW YORK. July 2 (NEA)
Billy Southworth was as good a
manager at the end as he was
1 when pennant! followed htm a*
round.
Nine out of 10 times a manager
la as good as his personnel.
This li not the sixth-place
White Sox leading the American
League, for example. Changes
were made. It cannot be said
that Paul Richards is doing It
with mirror* and Jack Onslow'a
club.
It was the Braves' 15 defeats by
one run that drove Billy the Kid
Southworth back to the farm. A
contending club gets poor per-
formance out of it! system in a
10-0 shellacking. Losing the close
ones discourages the pitcher,
kills the side and lays the man-
ager wide open to second gueu-
ing.
He ihould have plnched-hlt In
the fifth Instead of the seventh.
The batter ihould have sacrificed
instead of hitting away and into
a double play. He should have
walked Stanley Musial instead of
giving him the opportunity to do
exactly what he was expected to
do. etc.
The Bravei' attendance drop-
ped to a greater extent than that
of any other franchise, and that
didn't help. The park Is poorly
situated. Too much night base-
ball has worn off the novelty.
8outhworth managed so suc-
cessfully down through the years
that he believed he could handle
"anyone. The result was that he
aurrounded himself with more
Bolsheviks than can be found at
New York's Union Square on May
Day
There had to be a rebellion, and
then the pleasant little old out-
fielder commenced to wonder.
Had he lost his touch?
Southworth saddled himself
with a lot of high-salaried and
spavined athletes.
Not one deal was made with an
eye to the future, so the Boston
Nationals are stuck with a num-
ber of blokes who will get no bet-
ter or swifter as they wear out.
Sure Hartafleld, Jethroe and
Torgeson can run. but they can't
ron up the backs of Kerr. Mar-
shall. Cooper, Mueller. Gordon
and Elliott, go they might just as
well be heavy-hoofed, too. Three
successive singles by the slow-
pokes and the Beantowners still
haven't got a run.
8ometlmes a manager wins by
playing hunches, but anyone who
has been m baseball any length
Of time will tell you there's no
future in it.
Southworth played the same
percentages that brought pen-
nants In clusters to Rochester and
1 St Louis but that wasn't good
j enough at the finish
Pitching is supposed to be from
75 to 90 per cent of baseball, but
the Braves couldn't win with
three remarkable workmen. I Southworth.
PORTRUSH, No. Ireland. July 2
(UP 1The field for the British
Open Golf Tourney haa been cut
...because five of the 11 United
States golfers entered have fail-
ed to turn up.
British golf officials aay John-
ny Bulla, Skee Rlegel. Jimmy Mc-
Hale. Charley Coe and Jimmy
Demaret have not reported for
the tourney which gets under way
todav at Portrush, Northern Ire-
land".
An official of the Royal and
Ancient Golf Clubwhich spon-
sors this year's British Open
aays the whereabouts of the A-
merlcans are unknown and that
it is unlikely they'll play. That
leaves Defending Champ Bobby
Locke with virtually clear sailing
to bis third straight British Open
title. Should Locke win, he'll be-
come the first golfer In modern
history to win three straight
British Opens.
One of the American! missing
Johnny Bullanever made the
trip across the ocean to Ireland.
Bulla is playing In the Profes-
sional Golfers' Association cham-
pionship at Oakmont, Pennsyl-
vania.
Demaret was listed as the chief
threat to a Locke victory/How-
ever. Jaunty Jimmy, the Ojal.
California, belter, has missed
other tourneys and probably
won't show for this one.
The other six Americans en-
tered are expected to tee off to-
day In the first of two qualifying
rounds. The six are Frank Stran-
ahan of Toledo, Clarence White
of Tulsa, Art Clark of Hunting-
ton, West Virginia, Charles Rotar
of Canton, Ohio. Al Zimmerman
of Portland. Oregon and Harold
Donovan of Baltimore. Maryland.
Of those six. Stranahan Is the
only one given an outside chance
of stopping Locke's march to the
championship. Frank has been
playing some excellent golf the
past few weeks, his most recent
win coming last week In the
Western Amateur Golf Tourney.
Spahn. Bickford and Surkout,
plus occasionally getting a fine
turn from Sain.
That convinced even Billy
Southworth that someone else
could do a better Job. So the
Braves brought In Tommy
Holmes to Join the major league
clubs getting away from the old
managerial clique. That worked
mighty well with Eddie Sawyer
and the Phillies. Red Rolfe made
It close with the Tigers and now
we have Paul Richards out In
front with the White Sox
Managers can be around too
long. too. even when they have
been as hard working, clear
thinking and meticulous as Billy
Feller Hurls No-Hitter;
White Sox Split Twinbill
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 2 The White Sox bubble burst
as they surrendered the American League lead to the
Yankees for the first time since May 28.
The Yankees started the day a
half-game out of the lead and
beat the Boston Red Sox on Ed
Lopafs six-hitter at the Yankee
Stadium.
The shaky White 8ox went ele-
ven Innings against the Browns
In the first game of a double-
header before Orestes Mlftoso's
homer gave them a reprieve at
Comiakey Park in Chicago.
Then came the second game.
Ned Garver choked off the White
Sox with two hits and beat them
8-1 to tumble the Pale Hose to
four percentage points below the
Yankees.
The White 8ox have won 44
and lost 25 for .038 against the
Yankees' 43 won and 24 lost for
.642.
Bobby Feller became the
first pitcher of modern times
to hurl three no-hit games
when he defeated the Detroit
Tigers 2-1 In the first game of
a doubleheader at Cleveland.
Bob Chakales allowed only foar
safeties In whipping the Ben-
gals In the second 3-0.
Elmer Valo's three two-run
homers paced the Athletics to
10-7 and 3-2 wins over the Wash-
ington Senators at Philadelphia
in another American League
twlnbW.
The White Sox got a hit off
Garver In the first Inning of their
fateful nightcap and another in
the second. They were blanked
after that as he scored his tenth
win of the season with two
Brownie runs in the fourth on a
walk, Dale Long's single, a fly
ball and a freak hit In which Nel-
son Fox fielded Fred Marsh's
grounder ably but couldn't throw
because he fell when the cleats
were sheared off his right shoe.
Bobby Doerr got his 3,000th
major league base hit for the Red
Sox in the ninth inning but it
was In vain as, Lopat scored his
llth win. Lopat'i job paled, how-
ever, as Feller hurled a no-hitter
allowing only four men to reach
basethree by walks and one on
an error.
The Tiger run came when
Johnny Lipon was safe on Ray
Boone'a wild throw, then stole
second and went to third on Fel-
lers wild pickoff throw and came
home on George Kell'a fly. The
Indian:, scored single runs In the
first arid eighth innings.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers got only one hit
off Russ Meyer but beat him 2-0
in a single game at Ebbets Field.
Stan Musial scored from sec-
ond on Billy Johnson's fly to give
the Cardinal! a 12-innlng 9-4
win over the Pirates at St. Louis.
Bobby Thomson's three-run
second inning homer gave the
Giants a 4-1 win over the Braves
at Boston.
The Cubs swept the only Na-
tional League doubleheader from
the Reds 7-0 and 7-5 at Cincin-
nati.
The Dodgers won a freak one-
hllter from the Phils on Peewee
Reese's third inning triple with
two men on base. Russ Meyer
went seven innings for the Phils
and Jim Konstanty the last two.
Don Newcombe won his eleventh
game of the season for the Dodg-
ers.
Army Sports
First tennis game of the U. S.
Army Caribbean (Panam Area
championship tournament of 1951
will begin at 4:00 p.m. today on
the Fort Amador courts.
There are 25 entries In the lin-
gles, including Sgt. Joseph Lock,
man of the 65th AAA Group, who
is last year's defending cham-
pion. After completion of all sin-
fies games, except the finals, the
0 doubles entries will begin play.
Weather permitting all game*
will begin at 4:00 p.m. every day,
and continue until dark. The
tournament Is expected to be
completed by July . Special Ser-
vices Section, USARCARIB, Tort
Amador will present trophies to
winners and runners-up in both
the singles and doubles competi-
tion.
Little Leaguers
To Play July 4th
At Fort Kobbe
The Pacific Little Leaguers
will play an exhibition game at
Fort Kobbe at 2:00 p.m. on the
Fourth of July. This game Is th*
first of a series of exhibition
games that the Little Leaguers
will play at the various Army
and Navy insallation in appre-^Bjj
elation for the support that the^er^
Services have given to the Lit-
tle League Baseball Fund.
The fourteen players who will
play in the Little World Series
tournament in the Unite*
States early in August will be
augmented by eight playera
who were chosen as alternate*
in case some of the playera
chosen to make the States trip
are not able to go to the U. S.
tournament.
-V
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1686, Sunday, July 1, 1951.
The whole tickets has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" it "B" of 26 pieces each.
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Second Prize
Third Prize
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$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00
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7IM 7llt 1 SM.M SM.M 7IM 713* SM.M 7IM SM.M : 7141 i SM.M 7141 SM.M SM.M | 7143 SM M t 7144 SM.M 7IM SM.M 1 7147 SM.M 7IM 7IM SM.M 1 71M SM.M 71S1 SM.M 71S2 t | SM.M 7IU SM.M | 71M > SM.M MM
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
7*1 712 7 (3 s 2M.M 13 M 13 M 17*1 7M 7M 1 MtM IM.M IMM 17l KM 7S7 2MM 1 rt 2M M j 4711 SM.M I S791 SM.M J7l 1 2M.M 17*1 17*7 (7M SM.M IMM IM.M 17t 1 2M.M IMM IM.M
IM.M IMM 7SS IMM f7M IM.M 1789 IM.M 1 7M IM.M 73 IM.M S7M IM.M 7M 7M IMM IM.M 7H MM
Approximations Derived From Piird Prize
144 ISM I2M IMM IMM IM.M 22M l7 IZM S IMM IM.M IM.M 32M IM.M 4144 IM.M i SIM IM.M t 244 IM.M 72M IMS ISM I IM.M IM.M IM.M MM IMM MM 1M.M
123 124 IMM IM.M 1141 IM.M 1141 IM.M 1143 IM.M IMS IM.M IMS IM.M 1147 IM.M ISM 1MI IM.M IMM Ml IMS IMM IM.M
Prize-winning numbers of yesterday'! Lottery drawing were sold at: 1st, 2nd and 3rd in Panam.
The Nine Hundred whale tickets ending In 5 and not included in the above Ibt win Fifty-Two Dollars .UM) each.
The whole tickets has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B."
Signed by: HOMBRO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panam.,
MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WITNESSES:
Hernn Isaacs C -Cdula No. 8-1014
Juan J. SalamancaCdula No. 43-101
JOSE GUILLBRMO BATALLA.
Notary Public, Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary
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PRESIDENT AKOStMKNA TO ATTEND nfgJMWMW
or THE AMUIICAN SOCIETY ON INDEPENDENCE DAY
In eoramemoratlon ef the 17Etb nniTersary of tbe Dt-
clsration of Independence at the United States ( America,
The American Society o the Repufclle of rmim will held
III traditional Fourth ef Jaly lUundu on Wednesday an the
reef terrace of Hotel-El Panama. The Frealdent of the Re-
public. Alclkladea Areiemena, tecether with member at Eli
Cabinet, will attend tbe affair.
Other attests will Include tbe Charge d'Affalrei ef the
United Its tea, Marrar M. WUe; the Governor of the Canal
Zone. Franeli K. Newcomer; the Commander-la-Chief of the
Caribbean Command, Lieutenant General William H. If. Mor-
ris. Jr.; tbe Commandant of tbe Fifteenth Naval District.
Hoar Admiral Albert M. Bledaoe; and ether Canal Eon* offi-
ciate and member* ef their staffs.
Beefstsak Dinner
at Strangers' Club
Several high officials of the
Canal Zone government and the
military from Pacific Side com-
munities will visit the Atlantic
Side tomorrow evening to attend
the annual Beefsteak Dinner at
the Strangers' Club held In cele-
bration of Independence Day of
the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Browne Honor
Visiting Cornell Professors
Professor and Mrs. Howard
Olfft and Professor and Mrs. Tay-
lor D. Lewis were guests of hon-
or at a buffet supper given last
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Browne at their residence In Bal-
boa Covers were laid for 24'.
Professor Oift and Professor
Taylor, who are members of the
staff of the Engineering School
at Cornell University, are spend-
ing the summer months here as
consultants on town planning.
and in the eastern part of the
United States.
Union Club to
Stage Gala Ball
The Union Club's traditional
Gala Ball In celebration of Ame-
rican Independence Day will be
held for members and their fami-
lies tomorrow evening.
Miss Anita Campbell Is Wed
to Mr. Russell Hall
Miss Anita Claire Campbell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Campbell of Balboa, became the
bride Of Mr. Russell Coy Hall,
son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hall
of Murphy. North Carolina, at a
candlelight ceremony at the Fort
Amador Chapel at six o'clock on
Saturday evening. Chaplain Ah-
rendt performed the marriage
service against a background of
white lilies at the altar.
The selections "Because" and
"I Love You Truly" were sung by
Sgt. J. McCtinnla. accompanied
at the organ by Mr. Robert Dan-
iels, who also played the tradi-
tional wedding marches.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
gown made with a top of import-
ed French lace and a hoop over-
skirt of nylon net. The dress was
fashioned with scalloped neck-
line with nylon net Insert, long
sleeves which were pointed and
with fitted bodice with a scal-
loped peplum over taffeta. She
wore a scalloped lace crown, from
which fell a floor-length veil of
illusion. Her bouquet of white
roses, baby gardenias and baby's
breath was tied with white sa-
tin ribbons.
. Mrs. Malcolm Davis, the bride's
k sister, was her matron of honor,
dressed In a gown of pale blue
nylon net and lace over taffeta.
She Wore a hat with a short veil
attached and carried pink roses
In an arm bouquet. Her junior
bridesmaids were another sister.
Miss Dawn Campbell, who wore
shell pmk and Msis Elisabeth
Ola vein, dressed In pale green.
Their dresses were similar In
style to the goWn of the matron
jf honor. Their flowers were co-
lonial bouquets of pink, white
and pale green carnations. Llt-
I tie Edwlna Davis was the flower
I girl and wore a dress of yellow
i organdy over taffeta.
Corporal Malcolm Davis was
the best man and the ushers
were Corporal Wilev Hopkins and
Corporal J. C. Collins.
For her daughter's wedding.
Mrs. Campbell chose an aqua
crepe dress with white accessor-
ies an dan orchid corsage.
Following the ceremony a re-
ception was held at the Fort
Kobbe N.C.O. Club. Mrs. Max-
ine Mora assisted with cutting
j the wedding cake and Mrs. Doro-
I thy Miller took charge of the
! bride's book.
Mrs. Hall is a graduate of Bal-
boa High School and Mr. Hall Is
a member of the U.8. Army, sta-
tioned at Fort Kobbe.
Aider the reception Mr. and
Mrs. Hall left on a wedding trip
! during which they will visit Cos-
ta Rica. For going away, the
| bride wore a navy blue faille suit
with red accessories and a gar-
denia corsage. After July 9 Mr.
and Mrs. Hall will be at home at
781 Barnaby St. in Balboa until
quarters are assigned them at
Fort Kobbe.
New Residents
at Herrick Heights
Colonel and Mrs. Merrill C.
Davenport, accompanied by their
son and daughter, arrived on the
Isthmus on Saturday by Army
transport, and will make their
home at Herrick Heights. Colonel
Davenport, formerly assigned to
Fitzsimmons Oeneral Hospital In
Denver. Colorado, will be assist-
ant chief of the Medical Service
at Oorgas Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Grefe
Honored at Farewells
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Grefe
of La Carrasquilla, who left by
plane yesterday for Dallas to va-
cation in the United States and
Hawaii, were honored at several
Sartlea before their departure,
tr. and Mrs. Leigh R. Cramer
entertained a small group of
friends at a luncheon given In
their honor Saturday at their re-
sidence on the Sabanas.
Attache t the United States
Embassy and Mrs. William Cald-
well entertained at a buffet sup-
per given at their home in Bella
Vlst Saturday evening in fare-
well to the Grefes. Covers ere
laid for 18,
Major and Mrs. Stephen K.
Beaudry. accompanied by their
two sons, also arrived on the
transport and will live at Herrick
Heights. Major Beaudry will be
Professional Training Officer at
Gorgas Hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. Oosenfor.
Returns Today
Dr. William Ossenfort. Chief of
the Quarantine and Preventive
Medicine Divisions of trie Health
Bureau and Mrs. Ossenfort. ac-
companied by their son. Bill, re-
turned today on the S.S. Ancon
from New York, after vacation-
ing for several months in Texas
BOYS AGE 4 TO 14
REGISTER NOW YOUR LAST CHANCE
SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE IN TAP 4c TUMBLING
JUST FOR BOYS
Classes Start Friday, July 6. 2:30 p.m.
Call DOROTHY CHASE
For All Information A Interviews 2-1751.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panam No. 58 Justo Arosemeni Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses. Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For information call: 3-2217 Panam.
_________________I12/a.m.: 26 p.m._________________
Today is
HOWES AtOuT %70 '/i THi AVTRAwE PAILV WOP RE0U*?EMENTS
Yoor fomily will really enjoy in POST-TKNS. Thars's a dif-
ch spoonful of any of the 7
different aingle-Mrying cereals
ferent, nourishing cereal fo
each member of the family.
7 vorlstiei-
10 sockofotl
'Post'TEWS
Birthday Dinner
Honors Mrs. Howerth
Mrs. Donald Howerth of Ancon
was surprised at a birthday din-
ner given In her honor on Thurs-
day evening by Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Hutchlnson and Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Dombrowskv at
the Turner residence in Diablo
Heights, other guests were Mr.
Howerth, Mrs. Bertha Wilklson.
Mrs. Robert Miller and'Robbie
and George Turner.
Hostesses Named for
Penwomen's Gallery
Hostesses for this week at the
Little Gallery of the National
League of American Penwomen
at the Hotel Tivoll will be the
following: tomorrow. Arllne Ray-
mond; Thursday. Cornelia Rei-
mer; Friday. Dot Mallon and Sa-
turdav. Mable Shaffar.
The Little Oallerv Is open to
the public dally from 11:30 a.m.
to2:30 p.m. Paintings, articles of
handicraft, and books, all the
work of the women of the Canal
Zone branch, aro on exhibition at
the Uttle Oallery. The public la
cordially invited.
Catholic Daughters
of America to Meet
The monthly meeting of Court
8ancta Maria, the Catholic
Daughters of America, will be
held tomorrow evening at 7-30
p.m. at St. Mary's Hall In Balboa.
The business meeting will be fol-
lowed by a social. Hostesses in
charge will be Mrs. Kmma Bar-
low. Mrs. Helen Clscero and Mrs
Rita Slegel.
Governor Wirren
Still Challenging
Senators To Dbale
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., July 2
(UP).-Gov. Fuller Warren, till
In a challenging mood, today In-
vited a third member of the
Senate crime committee Sen.
Charles W. Tobey, R.Ji.H. to
debate gambling with him In
Miami July 7.
Warren, under subpena to ap-
pear before the committee in
Washington Julv 9, previously
challenged Sen. Herbert O'Conor,
D..Md and Sen. Estse Kefauver.
D.,Tenn. O'Conor, present chair-
man of the committee, ordered
the governor subpenaed. Ke-
fauver was chairman of the
crime group that criticized War-
ren in crime reporta.,
The governor lias prepared a
statement challenging Sen. Les-
ter Hunt. D..Wyo.. another mem-
ber of the committee, to debate.
Warren asked Tohev to dis-
cuss gambling In Florida, In
Washington and in New Hamp-
shire with him. He listed 14
Questions he said he would ask
Tobev In the nrorjosed debate.
He said he wanted to ask To-
bev why the crime committee
"has taken no action against
the open and unconcealed gam-
bling which operates In New
Hampshire" and who contribut-
ed to his campaign for re-elec-
tion last year.
The challenge of. Tobey was
onlv two pages lona- as compar-
ed to 28 pages for the Kefauver
challenge and 12 for the one
against O'Conor.
So far all three senators have
Ignored his invitations.
Warren accented service of the
subpena but has made no an-
nouncement about his plans to
go to Washington. He has been
vacationing for nearly three
weeks.
are Invited to join the session.
which will begin at 8:45 p.m.
Mrs. HOWSO Returns
from Vacation
Mrs. Robert Howze, wife of Bri-
gadier General Howze of Quarry
Heights, accompanied by her
daughter, returned to the Isth-
mus on Saturday by Army trans-
port from a vacation of several
weeks spent in the eastern part
of the United States.
I Mrs. Heurtematto
Returns from U.S.
Mrs. Julio Ernesto Heurte-
matte arrived recently from
Washington. D.C.. accompanied
by her young son. Eduardo, for a
visit with relatives In Panama.
QUARRY HEIGHTS GARDENER GEORGE BIRT who retired
last week after 38 years in US government service will Uve In
Rio Abajo and maintain his cousin's garden and yard. Bin
remembers personally every general who has ever lived in
Quarters One "On the Hill." He was outraged in 1919 when
somebody set off a charge of dynamite nearby. It didn't
hurt the house or the general, but played hob with the
neatly tended yard.
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Round-Trip Half
Of Birt's Ticket
Was Never Used
Duplicate Bridge
Tonight at Diablo
The Monday evening Duplicate
contract bridge tournament will
take place tonight at the Diablo
Heights Clubhouse. New players
Calling All Coeds
BIG RAPIDS. Mich. (UP)
Ferris institute is calling all co-
eds. The college la campaigning
for women students to boisterem
roiiment that has dwindled be-
cause of the draft.
FIRE CRACKERS
Many Types
and
ROMAN CANDLES
AT THE
PANAMA 25c STORE
Opposite R.R. Station
AS A TRIBUTE TO OUR
GOOD NEIGHBORS In the ZONE
ON THEIR INDEPENDENCE DAY
20% OFF in JULY!
Thirty-six years of long and
faithful service with The Pana-
ma Canal and the U.8. Armv and
31 years on the same Job, have
brought George A. Blrt Up to re-
tirement. He last week drew his
last active duty pay check.
George Blrt came to Panama
from Jamaica In 1912 to help Un-
cle Sam construct the "big ditch."
He travelled aboard the U.S.6.
Pastorls. paying 25 shillings for
his round-trip fare.
Blrt said: "I bought a round-
trip ticket, but I have never
wanted to use the remaining
half. 1 have liked living in Pana-
ma and working in the Canal
Zone."
When Blrt arrived In the Zone
he went to work as an electri-
cian's helper and later became a
machinist's helper on the locks of
the newly opened Canal.
Bac in Jamaica, in the parish
of Westmoreland where he was
born George Blrt lived on a
arm. He enjoyed the farm and
he work that 14 common to that
kind of life. Remembering this.
in 1918, he saw a chance to re-
Sm to the work he loved. On
tcember 18 of that year he se-
cured the position of gardener at
Quarters One on Quarry Heights.
He has held that position ever
since.
George Birt remembers well
every general who has lived in
Quarters One. He even remem-
bers Major General Richard M.
Blatchford, the first general he
worked for.
When asked which General he
liked working for best. Blrt stat-
ed diplomatically, that he liked
them all. "All of them were fa-
mous generals." he said, "and all
were very nice to me."
George Blrt possesses an envi-
able service record. He has never
been sick during his long tenure
of service, and consequently has
never taken any sick leave.
He plans to retire in Panama
and to keep busy he will help a
cousin of his, who lives in Rio A-
bajo. to maintain his garden and
yard.
The 60th Army band will pro-
vide appropriate music at Fort,
Gullck, where Atlantic side ob-
servances will take place. Firing
of the salute will be done by the
Interior Guard.
On the Pacific side the 540th
Field Artillery Battalion will fire
a salute to the Union of 48 guns,
at Fort Amador, noon, Wednes-
day.
Farm Acres Go For $690
PAPILLION, Neb. (UP) A
58-acre tract up for auction here
sold for $690 an acre, one of the
highest prices paid for eastern
Nebraska land.
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GALA INDEPENDENCE DAY DINNER
WIDNISDAY. JULY 4-7T0 1I P.M.
--------- MENU ---------
Macedoine of Fresh Fruit a la '76
or
Panamanian Lobster Cocktail, Independence
Chicken Okra Soup, Philadelphia
Or
Consom Royale
Salted Nuts Ripe and Green O'ives
Mixed Relishes
Roast Stuffed Young Vermont Tom Turkey,
Currant Jelly
Baked Smoked Virginia Sugar Cured Ham,
Cumberland
$4.00 per person
children under 12
half pnce
Broiled Spring Lamb Steak a la Angloise
Nbtive Filet Mignon, Soufe a la Cheron
Candied Sweet Potatoes French Fried Potatoes
Carrots Vichy Fresh Garden- String Beans
Pineapple Salad, Patriotic
Tri-Color Ice Creom Porfait Moka Coke Special
Yankee Doodle French Pastries
American Coffee Mints
Phone
Poul 3-1660
For Reservations
ERWIN KENT AND HIS NEW YORK ORCHESTRA
Jeffrey Carlton, vocalist
muaAataKfuAn\i,
icUal jfimJ\&file/
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ounce of Armour Cloverbloom Butter. It's churned
in the fineit U. S. dairy sections... come to you
with every bit of its rich, nourishing goodness and
flavor. Pick this really bettor buttor when you're
a- shopping tomorrow.1
Availableif you like
in tht quarter-pound
wrap ao popular with
Panama housewives.
ANNOUNCEMENT
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unable to supply our usual high grade
Cloverbloom Butter owing to our ship*
ments having been held up due to the;
shipping strike in Xew Zealand. We
wish to announce that a shipment of
our highest grade Sew Zealand Buttei
has just arrived and we are pleased tq
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jR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:1947 Pont.ac sedanett*.
Radio, defrostei, undercooling, oil
filter. Telephone Albrook 2100.
FOR SALE:Leaving, must sell im-
mediately. 3"? Dodge business
ccupe. good transportation, reo-
sonable. Phone Cocoli 4-220.
..FOR SALE:1948 Ponti.c Tudor.
Gretn. Plastic seat covers. Under-
coated. 14,900 miles. Like new.
Tel. 86-3142.
FCR SALE:Pontiac 49 radio. Call
Bolboo 2984.
.-FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 88 Sedan.
1949 Hydrairiwtic. radio, under-
rooted, rocket 8 engine. 4 new
'"tires excellent condition. B.I.-
600.00. Call 83-6117.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Set of dishes, set of
silver, wordrobe trunk, 4 hand
made bedspreads, vases, plants,
household articles. House 1502-A
Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Brand new Easy Spin-
drier, terms orranged. Coll Balboa
2-1231.
MUST SELL:"49 Ford convertible.
51.300 or best offer. Can be
. .financed. EASLY & CHEAPLY.
" Phcne Novy 2315.
FOR SALE: Borgain! Diningroom
set, baby wardrobe and mahogany
wardrobe. All good condition. El
Cangrejo, F Street. House white
with green porch.
POR SALE: Zenith Radio, large
table model. Also small Firestone
radio. Chiffonier, crib. Everything
perfect condition. Second Street
No. 2029-A, Curundu. Tel. 83-
6172.
FOR SALE: Three pieces bamboo.
$60.00. 662-B, Curundu Hgts.
Tel. 83 /'.17.
.FOR, SALE: 1942 Ch.vrolt 1-2
i tan. pick "P Excellent condition.
Hout* 0954. Amador Road.
,','tCR SALE:Packard Six Club Sedoru
-
excellent condition, 1946 model.
New seat covers, good tire-, recent-
ly overhouled. Price $700 Coll
Panama 3-0391 between 7:30 o.
rn. and 4:30 p. m.
/FOR SALE:- 194 Mercury Coupe,
good condition, for informaron coll
3P4-J. Colon.
. FOR SALE:1946 Lincoln, excellent
condition new t res, $700.00. Phone
4-743 (Coco Solo;.___________
Position Offered
-WANTED Mon who speaks onrl
wri.es English and Spanish, with
experience in houdlinn store-hcuse.
Ci. Alforo, S. A. Peru Avenue.
House Group Slashes
$275 Million OK
Army Construction
WASHINGTON. July 1.
The House Armed. Servir-es Com-
mittee tentatively cut more than
$275.000 000 from a propo.'-ed au-
thorization for a $6.561.000 000
military construction program.
Aiming at an eventual reduc-
tion of about S2.000.000.000, the
Committee so far has trimmed
$275,309.259 from tr*e bill, all of it
from the army. It has vet to take
up projects for the navy, marine
corps and air lorce.
The cuts are not necessarily
Iron-clad. They still must be ap-
proved by both the House and
Senate, and the Defense Depart-
ment may ask and net a
compensating amount In a sup-
plemental request next year.
The committee Friday voted to
eliminate $64.583.150 in proposed
construction by the first, second
i>nd tn'rd armies. It followed
through today with another $8-
b94.70 slah In third army pro-
jects and a saving of $74.571 '60
In construction planned by the
fourth, fifth, and sixth armies.
A Third Armv project costing
$3.360.000 at Fort McPherson.Ga..
was eliminated. The committee
lopped $5,334.700 from a $28.667.-
.850 request for Fort McClellaii.
Ala. As the bill now stands, the
third armv would be authorized
to spend $122,747,160 on new con-
struction ,
Other actions by the committee
Included:
Fourth Army A cut from
$35351.830 to $21.709,830 for pro-
jects at Fort Bliss. Tex.: from
811,490.900 to $11.220.900 for Fort
Houston. Tex.: $392.300 elimina-
te* from Camp Polk. La.: and
from $24.285.730 to $19.147,730 for
Fort 8111. Okla.
filth Army $3 332.000 elim-
inated foi Fort Leavenworth.
Kan's., from $2.287.700 to $1.976.-
400 for Fort Leonard Wood. Mo.:
from $412.300 to $284.300 for Fort
Lucas. Mich. from $8540.100 to
$7,398.700 for Fort Riley. Kans.;
$554.500 eliminated for Fort Sher-
idan. 111.: and $440.200 elimina-
ted for Ludington. Mich
. Sixth Army Huachuca. Ariz.,
$665,000 eliminated; Camp Irwin,
Cal"; from $8.492.300 to $7.532 700;
Fort Lewis. Wash., from $47.223.-
90e-to $36,916,200: Fort McAr-
I thur Cal.. $248,600 eliminated:
PortOrd. Cal., from $63.588.900 to
$29.236.400; Presidio of San Fran-
cisco from $343.960 to $70200;
Camp Roberts, Cal., $4.313.300
eliminated.
FCR SALE:-Easy washing machine.
Spin Dry. Westinqhousc electric
oven. Call Tel. 4214, Curundu.
After 5:30 p. m.
T WANTED
Miscellaneous
.WANTED TO RENTModtrn cha-
let, furnished or not furnished in
exclusive residential district, con-
taining 3 to 4 bedrooms; 2 main
bathrooms; living and diningroom;
kitchen, maid's end laundry quar-
ters; paroge with prooer lawn
space. .Call Panama 2-3036 during
office hours.
Wanted Position
Leaving, excellent maid available
Fridoy. cook, laundry, housework,
children. Phone Cocoli 4-220.
MISCELLANEOUS! RESORTS
O* vau h*v* drinking r*l*m?
Writ* Alc*h*lici Anonymaua
* 2031 A neon. C. Z.
I drill woter wells. Coll 3-0931.
Charles J. Hilbert.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:American flags 3x5
$1.50. 4x6 $1.95. Internationol
Bozoar, 76 Central Avenue, Pan-
am.
FOR SALE:Boys bike "Roadmaster"
almost new, Venetian blinds, fits
4 family house, C. Z., book shelf
stand, mahogany cornices fits 2
fomilv house Margorita. House
146-D, 8th St. New Cristobal.
Gfomlich't Santa Cloro booch-
cottogas. Electric Ico boxes., got
stoves, moderate rtes. Phont 6-
541 or 4-567.
Williams Sonta, Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillip*. Beach cottages, Santa Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ponom*
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Honsei
CATERING: All kinds of parties,
cocktail items, sweets, cakes, spe-
cialties Europeon Style. Pollak,
Tel 3-2913.
FOR SALE: Two 25 cycle 1-4
horse motors, other small motors,
coin cutting machines, including
saw. Motorola auto rodio, youth
bed. tricycle, skeeter, 3 suits
clothes, size 39. House 610-A,
Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALEOne Remington Rand,
electric Addina Machine, one Na-
tional Cash Reqlster mechanical.
Balboa. C Z Barber Shop.
FOR RENT:House, two bedrooms,
livingroom. diningroom, service,
kitchen, maid's room, bathroom,
garage. Porros Rood 164. Tel. 3-
1465.
FOR RENTBeautiful house, divided
in two apartments, completely fur-
nished, attractive place. No. 1 14,
llfh St., Portilla. Call Tel. 2-
1456.
FOR RENT
Apartments
Local 900-CIO
Sel For Elections
Nomination and election of
chapter officers and chapter re-
presentatives to the Local's Exe-
cutive Board for the term 1951-52
will be carried out in all chapters
i at meeting especially arransed
for that purpose between July 1
and 15. it was announced today
|by Local 900-CIO
Election of Local Union Offi-
i rers will be held on Saturday. Ju-
ly 28 in the La Boca Clubhouse.
I commencing at 10 a.m.
Only Canal Zone workers who
I had enrolled Into the organiza-
tion prior to Feb. 1.1951 and hnve
continued In good financial
standing up to July. 1951 will be
eligible for nomination and elec-
tion as chapter or local union of-
ficers.
Three members from the gen-
eral membership irrespective of
chapter will be nominated for
each Local Union office, at these
chapter meetings.
Members will be required to
present their latest dues cards.
. indicating good memb e r s h 1 o
standing, hi order to participate
;ln these elections.
Elections will be held on the
following dates in the different
chapters:
Balboa Chapter Thursday.
July 5. Pacific Clubhouse at 7:30
p.m.
Cristobal Chapter Friday.
July 6. Club Tropical at 7:30 p.m.
Red Tank Chapter Wednes-
day, July 11. Red Tank Lodge
Hall. 7:30 p.m.
Paraso Chapter Thursday.
'July 12. Paraiso Clubhouse. 7:30
i p.m.
, Gamboa Chapter Friday,
i July 13. 8anta Cruz Clubhouse.
5:00 p.m.
i
Oat tin Chapter Saturday.
I July 14. Chagres Theater at 7:30
p.m.
FOR SALF: Complete set of Han-
del's Messiah, one of the greatest
works of Sacred music, 2 ond a
half hours of wonderful music. 20
records. Apply to Ancon Clubhouse
Shoe Shop. Telephone 2-2412.
FOR SALE:Male and female deer.
toa?ther, need large yard House
637. Opposite Roosevelt Theater.
Carrasquilla.
FOR SALE:Baby carriage and small
crib. practicoMy new. House 0805
Tel. 2565, Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Baby Grond Piano. Un-
derwood typewriter, Magic Chef gas
stove, four burners. youths bed,
boby stroller, crib. Phone 916. Co-
Icn.________^___________
Army Lists Jobs
On Atlantic Side
New employment opportunities
are open on the Atlantic side,
according to the Civilian Per-
sonnel Building No. 253. Fort
Davis, between the hours of 7:30
a.m. and 4 p.m.. Monday through
Friday.
Temporary work on the Fort
Sherman reactivation project is
available for 1 Electrician. 8
Plumbers. 4 Air Condltlonin-r
and Refrler'tlon Repairmen. 1
Painter. 1 Light Engineering
Equlnment Repairman, and 8
Masons.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished port
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I San An-
tonio oparfments. ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor.
Rent $'03 00 or coll Zubieta 3-
1716
FOR RENT:Aportment 2 bedrooms,
livingroom. diningroom, kitchen, to
small respectable family. Apply
Via Espaa IOC, Apt. 5, cross
police booth
FOR RENT:Nice apartment for
morried couple or bachelor. Apply
Perejil No. 7 "Maria." Tel. 3-
1404.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
have around the honte
and in your car.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sites.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Aye. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mr$. Canal Zone:
or CUSHIONS SI.IP-coVKKS and
aE-UrHOl-STKBIMJ call u, or visit
our how-roon Custom bull! Curnl.
lure our pcctallt? Se uui Deco-
rator-! Fabrics Free Kitlmatrv NA-
TIONAL irPIIOI.8TF.nT (A Hereal J.
r. de la Osa No. JJ (Auto Row)
New Telephone 1-4S2S
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery
Tel 3-1713
#22 E 29th 8t.
FOR RENT:Small furnished opart -
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
Owner Of 1911
Car Finds Woes
'Multiply Fast
PITTSBURGH. July 1 (UP -
; Motorists who think thev hqve
n parkin problem should l'ten
to this tale of woe of Johnnv Tor-
tore, who noints with mixed feel-
ings to "Old Betsy."
The ear is a brassy maroon
Buick off the 1911 production
lines. It Is hard to start and
needs some crankingand looks
a bit awkward being driven from
the right side.
But the big trouble is narking.
the owner says. "Old Betsy" just
draws too menv admiring glances
from the pedestrians.
What Tortore means, is thn*
he has to hide It from souvenir
i hunters. At one time or another
they've snatched everything from
the rubber ball on the horn to
the brass lantern.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportments
on 4th July Ave. Large living-
room, bedroom, kitchen, bathrooms,
outside balconies, large wardrobe,
all screened ond all tile floors.
$60.00. Hopkins oportmentments,
63, 4th of July Ave. Phone Bal-
boa 2-2966.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
Bello Visto, 50 and 70 dollars. Ap-
ply No. 3. Jose Duque Avenue. La
Cresta, top floor, Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Modern, cool, inde-
pendent, and screened oportments,
No. 61. Fourth of July Avenue,
Miguel Hive, phone 2-2446.
FOR RENT
Pnnrtu
LEICA CAMERAS
Model IMP Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.8. PRHE8.
Direct ( ./ Shipments
At Factor Prices.
PORRAS
Plaza S dr Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR RENT:Independent and fur-
nished room. Excellent location,
near Panama American. Dorien St.
No. 5. aportment 4. Tel. 2-3189.


just arrived
Leica lightmeter
Leica tripod
Hector lenses
Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adjolnlnl International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel "F.I Panami")
Security Is Tightened
On India-Tibet Border
NEW DELHI, July 2 (UP).
Security measures all alona the
Tibetan borders have been
tightened according to press re-
ports. A vigilant watch is be-
lfig kept on people coming from
Tibet through the mountain
passes.
Check points have been estab-
lished at various points and Ti-
betans are being treated as for-
eigners. Since last February they
have been reouTed to reeater
"*> Athar Xorelgn nationals.
New Army Slogan:
Return 'Coke' Bottle
"Return your 'Coke' bottle."
was the watch word spreading
like wild fire around the military
posts in the Zone this week, as
an exerted drive to reduce the
loss on Coca Cola bottles, got
under way.
Accordlne to the Central Ex-
change Officer Lt. Col. H. F.
Ross, the loss of coke bottles has
been in excess to what lt should
be. He pointed out that a large
portion of the cost of the bever-
age is in the bottle itself. Under
the present contract, empty cases
are replenished by full ones on a
bottle for bottle basis, with the
loss coming out of unit funds. In
one case sighted, the loss was so
great that the organization ac-
tually lost money on their coke
machine, when It should have
cleared a nominal sum on each
case.
"The loss has been to serious."
Col. Ross said, "that, if lt is not
drastica'lv reduced In a short pe-
riod of lime, we wll' find It ne-
cessary to remove all Coke ma-
jiiines."
Seeds M^ke Campus
Bloom Like Garden
CARBONDALE. 111. July 2 (UP)
Southern Illinois University
has parlayed $8.60 worth of flow-
er seeds into an outstanding col-
lection of hollies.
A campus beautificatlon pro-
grain at the university also has
led the planting of more than
400 types of exotic flowers from
foreign countries and one of the
largest collections of magnolia
species in the United States.
William M. Marberry, assistant
professor of botany, acquired
some of the plants in foreign
travels. Others came as gifts or
exchanges with other schools.
Ecuador's Galo Plaza
Has Full Day In Mexico
MEXICO CITY. July 2 (UP).
President Oalo Plaza of Ecua-
dor, after a comparatively quiet
Sunday, faced a full schedule
of events today on his good will
visit to Mexico.
Last night he was given' a
Told medal of honor by the
lxico City Counol de-lnitlr
,1m as one of Mexico's mo*
listingulshed visitor
rOR RENT: Nicely furnished cool
room, meals ovoi'oble Bella Vi-tn.
46th Street 18-A. upslnir' Call
office hours 2-1693 or 3-1789.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motori
rOR SALE:30 Ft. Aux. Sloop "So-
ralee." Built by Kneass of Cali-
fornia, 1947. Cost $7,500. sa-
crifice $2.250 Sec boatman. Bal-
boa Yacht Club or 2026-C, Cu-
rundu.
YOUTHFUL
RAPJST-V^NAPFR
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her again and taped her wrists
to his so she could not escape
while he slept.
Alter raping the girl again. Ir-
win drove across the Delaware
River into New Jersey. Two state
troopers passed by, turned around
and gave chase.
Irwin jammed down on the ac-
celerator and sped down the road.
When he turned Into a dirt toad,
the car ran off the ditch. He fled
Into the woods, leaving the girl
behind as state troopers fired af-
ter him.
Throughout the night and
morning, the search lor Irwin
went onwith bloodhounds,
planes, police from three states,
FBI agents and state trooper
hot In pursuit. Irwln's body wat
found about 1:S0 p.m.
Irwln's life history was a long
list of crime. He was the son of
a postal clerk who committed sui-
cide in a Nebraska Jail while
awaiting trial on a mail theft
charge.
At the age of 20 Irwin was sent
to jail as an habitual criminal
and sex deviate after being con-
victed of burglary. He was pa-
roled from a Michigan prison 13
month ago.
Since then, he has been charg-
ed with the murder of Mrs. Ade-
llce Shagena. 37-year-old house-
wife, and sought for questioning
In the murder of Ro' rt Hajnke
?4-veir-o!d Wn -n, Mich., gp
j station attendant.
LOU'S BEAUTY SHOP
Trained Operator
Reasonable Prices
Alr-Conditioned
EL PANAMA HOTEL -
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
MARGARET TRUMAN AT VATICAN Margaret Truman, accompanied by Bishop Martin
O'Connor (at her right), head of the North American Pontifical College, and a Papal aide,
nasses the Swiss Guard en route to a private audience with Pope Plus XII In Vatican City.
Miss Truman a Baptist, wears a black gown she brought from home for the occasion. Her
visit was the first by a member of a living American President's family to the Vatican.
Burning 01 Shack
Latest Incident In
Shelton Vendetta
FAIRFIELD, 111.,' July 2 (UP)
A backwoods shack where a man
was murdered burned to the
ground today, and authorities
said lt was another chapter In
the strange vendetta against the
notorious Shelton clan.
For years, death for the Shel-
ton family has lurked behind
every tree and bush In this
otherwise peaceful southern Illi-
nois farming community.
Three of tne Shelton brothers,
who waged a bloody gang war In
the 1920s to gain control of
bootleg liquor, have been shot to
death by unknown assassins In
recent years. Other members of
the clan have been wounded.
The.most recent attack on the
family came last week, when
Mrs. Lulu Pennlngton, 34-year-
old sister of the Sheltons, and
her husband, Guy, also 34, were
machine-gunned and seriously
wounded as they lay In a ditch
begglnlng for mercy.
Shortly afterward, Louis 8ons,
52, a laborer was found murder-
ed In a shack on the property of
Ogle Pennlngton, brother of Guy
and a witness to the shooting of
the Penningtons. '
' Authorities believed the slayer
of Son mistook him for Ogle
Pennlngton, oi believed he might
have witnessed the shooting of
the Pennlngton himself.
The shack was found destroyed
by flames today.
T don't know who set the
fire.'1 said state's attorney Ger-
ald Mayberry. "but it appears to
be another Incident In the Shel-
ton feud."
Check Shows Romans'Windfall Literally
Made Tooth Powder
MORGANTOWN. W. Va.. July
2 (UPTooth powder was used
by the Romans 1,900 years ago,
according to an article in the
West Virginia Dental Journal.
Dr. and Mrs. Armand E. Sing-
er, of the University of West
Virginia, have discovered that:
Octavia, sister of Augustus Cae- |
sar, brushed her teeth with
powder.
Piny, the Roman naturalist
who lived from 23 to 79 A. p.,
recorded formulas for making
tooth powder from the ashes of j
dog teeth, deer antlers, mouse
and rabbit heads, and bones of!
domestic animals.
The professor and his wife
experimented with one of the
old Roman formulas. They found
the powder just about as ef-
fective as modern non-amoniat-
ed preparations, except lt had,
no foaming action.
Neiqhbors Plow
III Farmers Acres
LANCASTER. Pa.. July 2 (UP)
Andrew H. Hackman. farmer,
has a lot of good neighbors.
Hackman was hospitalized for
almost six weeks at the start of
the soring plowing season. He
was released from the hospital
cured of his Ills but concerned
over his plowing.
When Hackman arrived home
he found his plowing all done,
His neighbors brought in 16 trac-
tors during his absence and fin-
ished all the work In one day.
Snatched From Fire
PROVIDENCE. R. I.. Julv 2
(UP)An old mattress being
burned with other trash turned
out to be full of "hot" money.
The mattress was among some
odds and ends of furniture
owned by a livery stable pro-
prietor who died In 1940.
The Providence Boys Club
bought the property recently
and began to burn the rubble.
The mattress was smoldering
when four laborers passed
through the yard.
One kicked the mattress,and
out fell a bundle of old-style
gold notes. They tore apart the
mattress and found other bill
tied in a sock, some In a hand-
kerchief. Tom Tisdell, Boys Club
superintendent, estimated 'he
total might have been $3.00'
But nobody ever will know, for
the laborers left with the mo
ney.
Woman Runs Zoo,
Circus, Museum
HUDSON. N. H. July 2 fUP)
A dlinified woman from Bos-
ton's Back Bay is the head of
Benson's Animal Farm, a combi-
nation zoo. circus, museum and
amusement park here in the
hills of New Hampshire
Cl Fractures Leg
Striking Board In
Balboa Pool Dive
Cpl. Harold Parr, a member
of th U. S. Marine Corp on
duty /. the Naval Station, Rod-
man, suffered a compound frac-
ture of the right leg yesterday
afternoon In a diving accident
at the Balboa swimming pool.
Cpl. Parr was training for the
July 4 swimming meet. He mis-
Judged his distance in doing a
double back flip and struck the
end of the diving board with his
leg. eye witnesses said.
He was treated by Dr. Harold
'C. Deerlng of the Balboa dis-
pensary and then taken to Gor-
gas Hospital from where he was
transferred to the Fort Clay-
ion Hospital.
Fire Chief Chases
Moor But P*>esn't
Ever Catch Up
NEY. v"lLE. Pa. July 2 (UP)
The fire company, including
Chief John Bender, leaped from
bed at 4 a. m. to answer an out-
of-town alarm.
When Bender got to the fire
house the tall-light* of the fire-
truck were disappearing down
the highway. Bender grabbed a
car and saw a brilliant glow In
the distance.
"Must be a lulu," he remarked
to a fellow fireman. "Step on It."
They roared through the night
till the glow became a line of
flame then a semi-circle and the
chief ca'led ? halt.
He had been racing toward the
monr
Iran Again Rejects
New Proposal Made
By US Ambassador
TEHERAN, July 2 (UP).Pre-
m'er Mohammed Mossadegh has
rejected another United States
proposal designed to keep Iran-
ian oil flowing to the West, ac-
cording to US Ambas s a d o r
Henry F. Orady.
The American Ambassador said
that he had presented a com-
promise proposal to Mossadegh
at a half-hour conference early
today.
He added that the compro-
mise would have made lt pos-
sible for British tankers again
to load oil from the world's
largest refinery at Abadan.
(In London, the Iranian Em-
bassy warned that Iran might
appeal to be United Nations and
to the Security Council, owing
to "threats" by British author-
ities and the presence of Brit-
ish forces near the frontier of
Iran.)
Brunei, small but oil-rich Brit-
ish protectorate on the north-
west coast of Borneo, is one of
the few countries In the world to-
day which has a sizable cash sur-
plus after expenditures, notes the
National Geographic 8oclety.
Miss Vera Lovejoy took th
job In 1944 when she was the se
cretarv of a Boston businessman
Her employer was a member Q
the syndicate which took over thi
"Strangest Farm On Earth" and
he gave her the job because of
the wartime manpower short-
age.
!
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The loon, vigilant, diving flsh-
er-blid. has a cry which Sound
like Insane laughter: hence the
expression, "crazy as a loon."

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Uncle?
BROADWAY TORCH SONG
(Titled: Small Loss)
I've lost my Lore but I stUl have the Rose
She gave me that First Night...It's put away
With memories all tied with Silken Bows
And dreams that fade a little more each day.
IV lost my Love but I still have her Sklis,
Her book of Versethat silly New Year's Hat!
The ash-tray that we stole from Billlngsley's,
The card she sent me from the Automat,
The Belmont form Arearo autographed,
(The day we had to borrow taxi fares)
The Item WW paragraphed
About there being Stars within ear Stares.
I've lost my Leveit will not hurt to part
She's taken Nothing from mebat my Heart!
C. J. H.
- Celebs About Town: Jerry (Martin c> Lewis tying up B'way
and 50th traffic with his skill at me yo-yo. He presented It to the
cop who arrived to Break It Up...Doug MacArthur sporting a
snazzy bow-tie in front of The Waldorf.. .Yul ("The King and I") i "District 65," a pro-Communist
Brynner getting a reverent epilog from Tony Martin at the Riviera outfit which is the core of pro-
ringside.. .J. DIMaggio's ex-wlfe (the beautiful Dorothy Arnold! soviet unionism In this nation,
My Victor Kiesel
NEW YORK Here, right Off
the main avenues of the world*
biggest city, and right up to this
very minute, Red roving squads
of left wing unionists, some-
times 100 strong, are smashing
their way into the offices and
shops of small businessmen,
terrorizing widows seeking to
keep alive by operating thelr
late husbands' little plants, and
frightening old shopkeepers who
prefer to earn their daily bread
in little stores rather than live
off charity 'and their Federal
pensions.
And here, this column's
three months-long investi-
gation, proves that New
York's finest all its 19000
cops, apparently are New
York's blindest. Only a probe
such as certain V. S. senat-
ors are now contemplating
can stop this terror, this
smashing of doors, this sei-
zure of telephone lines, this
threatening to "wreck" ma-
chinery, these assaults, in-
sults and epithets.
There Is little or no protection
from the police, as this union,
giving up the Gay Places (with him) during the mourning for his
mom...Al (Flip) Rosen, the Cleveland slugger, debunking the
romantic reports. "I'm still available!" he sighed.. .Papi Campo,
who returns to Bill Miller's exciting Fort Lee spot (with Lena
Home) after his Capri Atlantic Beach booking...Diosa Costello
(hi bride in "South Pacific") hiding her heartache...Dr. Karl
Compton (of Harvard!, the latest to accept membership on The
Runyon Awards Jury, along with B. Baruch, J. E. Hoover, D. Mac-
Arthur & Co.
Sallies in Our Alley: Andrea King was asked: "Are you ever
troubled by impreper thoughts?'.. "Why, no," giggled Andrea. "I
rather enjoy them!".. .In Blair House Oscar Levant reported: "I'm
at the peak of my unpopularity."
Midtown Curve: Jan Murray labored for 44 weeks sustaining
on "Songs for Bale," the tv show...They Just announced that the
program finally got a sponsor.. .Steve Allen will replace Murray...
Allen subbed for Jan on One Show!... .Because Murray was felled
by laryngitis...That was the show the sponsor sawand liked.
Memos of a Midnighter: B. Baruch gave his upcoming Look
thesis to the editors for free. It's In 2 parts.. .Eileen Barton, now
invading Berlevision as a headliner, once was Uncle Miltie's stooge
when she was 10.. .Bill Berus calls it "The Color-umbia B'casting
System"... Jane Hoffman of "The Rose Tattoo" is allergic to roses
.. .The Sid Slates' situation is sad. He has the child.. Oops! The
Shuberts won that slander action against R. Valee.. .Phyllis Hall,
society gel, got a screen test following her appearance on Billinge-
ley's program. His ease before the teevy cameras and mikes Is now
Topic A among his severest critics, meaning this one.....Discjox
who ignore Rosemary Clooney's and Kay Armen's Come on-a to
My House" platter (for any of the male song-spoiler) art daffy.
I.. P.'s version is ungood... Truman Is still upset over the recent
booing at a ball game.
Broadway Cinderella: She was the most beautiful in the Cops
Line.. .So lovely that Life put her on a cover.. .Every wealthy play-
Soy in town angled for a date...Sent posies, candy. Jewelry.. .But
Janice Rule sent them back with a polite "No. thanks"...Too busy
ludying dramatics between showsseldom had time to dash out
for a snack...The other girls used to tease her because she re-
fused to take a "holiday".. .Warners heard of her beauty and
signed her...The other day Janice appeared in her first role
a featured one...In "Goodbye, My Fancy"...The name of the
theater: The Holiday.
Midtown Chop -Chop: The word from Philly is that Bert Lahr
Is hiLahrious in "Two on the Aisle".. ."Flahooley" was a 1160,000
casually.. Allan Nixon's new gee-whis is beauty Marcella Wright
.....Danny Thomas thrilled ever getting the star role In "The Gus
Kahn Story." Wise choice.. .The definite date for the wedding of
Virginia Field and Wlllard Parekr is Oct. 9.. .June Haver and Bob
Wagner are sooo in luff. Hitching a Wagner to a Star.. .Sights to
See: The Gardas of Cugat's staff, showing the other numbi ex-
Eerts how it should Be Done...There are now at least eight
roadway press-agents who glide about town in their own Caddys,
thanks to the populariser of The Broadway Column.. .Life reports
that I.. A. housewives (angered over high meat prices) took as
their slogan: "It's cheaper to eat money!" They read that here
about lx weeks ago...Item: "Eva Peron to Publish La Prensa."
The Old Gal must be getting stale. Now she's putting a paper
to bed.
Sounds in the Night: At Pelham Heath Inn: "I still think. It's
tougher to pick women than horses"...At McCarthy's: Hey. Th -,._._ ,, v..,r9n ihnr
blondie! Wanna break up a home?".. .At The Viennese: "Hot? Its ,e Partner is a veteran labor
sends out its "organisers.
The Federal Investigators fin-
ally are in and they're uncov-
ering such Instances as the
case of the Modern Aljack Den-
tal Lab, over in Brooklyn. There,
during a dispute, one of the
workers, who refused to support
this District 65, section of the
notorious Distributive, Process-
ing and Office Workers' Union,
was caught by the action squad
In a subway and so badly beaten
he was rushed for treatment to
a local emergency hospital ward.
Then, the great big lefties
began persecuting his wife. She
was telephoned and warned that
there "would be more of the
same" If he tried to work in
that lab. ,
Another striker was awaken-
ed by Jangling phone bells at 2
a. m. and told, "You'll get the
same as Marty if you go in."
Then the squads visited dentists,
warning them not to use the
lab.
So the men and their em-
ployer had to hire private
deteitives, meet in desig-
nated spots and be escorted
to work. The employer con-
tacted the AFL and CIO in
the hope that a non-poli-
tical union would be inter-
ested in coming into his
shop.
There are other such cases of
terror. Only a few days ago a
widow and her daughter, run-
ning a little shop, reported that
this local's organizers have
threatened to assault the com-
pany's new production manager
if he didn't Join up and stay
disciplined.
Just this past Saturday, the
Bronx police in the 40th pre-
cinct were telephoned by the
hysterical owner of a small
printing shop which caters to
big department stores. Some 60
men had rsuhed his place, seized
the phones and threatened to
"wreck the Joint" unless he
signed a paper saying he'd sign
up with them later for control
of his 16 workers.
There Is also the case of the
father-in-law of a partner In a
law firm, a member of which
was a New York Supreme Court
Justice until his death recently.
NEW YORK. Mv favorite agony columnist,
a lady whose initials are M. H., is getting hard-
i er in the mouth all the tune as she advises the
I tortured souls who cast themselves at her feet
land beg for counsel.
About a year ago, as I remember, M. H. so
roundly belabored a man who said he liked to
go. duck-hunting that I am sure he went out
Into the blind the next day and begged the
ducks to nibble him to death. Because the fel-
low liked to shOQt ducks, said the oracle, he was
a thwarted throwback to the saber-fanged cave-
man, and one of these days he was a cinch to
come home and scalp his grandma,
The old girl la at It again. Here we have a
poor harried character who 1 being driven into
the cold streets by hi wife's love for the radio.
The man, whose initials are E. J., says:
"This Is about radio and my wife. The two
are pretty- close companion. During the day
she lieard4e oap operas. . Evenings, when I
am home, she tunes in off the slapstick so-
called comedy programs. She loves them: but
they are torture for me.
"To my mind, radio is valuable only for. .
symphony and news. However, my wife doesn't
care for my preference and won't listen to these
programs. . Some evenings I go to the movies
rather than listen to her choice of radio fare.
Once I went to a hotel for the night. Often I
come home late from the office, because I fig-
ure I will encounter less radio racket that way.
, What can be done?"
Waving her witch hazel wand, and calling on
the spook of Slgmund Freud.. M. H. says:
"In my opinion, the foregoing recital is so
much whitewash. You are looking for an ex-
cuse to neglect your wife...
"In all probability, you are a dour. Indifferent,
uncompanionable spouse, and I daresay your
wife feels lonely, misunderstood and rejected
in relation to you a stepchild of fate In her
own experience, Just like those heroines of the
soap operas.
Boy Minces Girl
By BOB RUARK
"What can be done? Face the fact that you
are being dishonest, that you aren't putting
your cards on the table; that you are trying
to show your wife in an unfavorable light and
thus plausibly justify your unstable disloyal be-
havior which has Its origin In your own
vague narcotic discontent with married life."
And M. H., mounting her broom, whisks off,
leaving this poor oaf confronted with the fol-
lowing charges:
All of a sudden he Is accused of being a sour-
faced, selfish boor who mistreats and neglects
his wife. He has been called dishonest, a card
sharp, a'wrecker of his bride's character and a
potential adulterer. If Mrs. E. J. reads It and
wants to go to court, she can stroll home with
a divorce.
And all because her poor old man doesn't
worship Red Skelton or Dr. Klldare's Other Ap-
pendix as a steady relief from a long, hard day
in the ropewalk. He is now standing there
muttering, while he digests M. H.'s palm-read-
ing. A the realization of his bestiality sinks
deeper, he will go out looking for a blonde. He
will come home sobbing drunk, and bash his
every loving in the kisser.
This would never have occurred if he hadn't
dropped his problem into the hands of M. H..
who is plainly down on all men. His wife is
obviously a mean-tempered, selfish, Inconsider-
ate shrew, who never snaps off the radio ex-
cept to complain or hit him up for a new frock.
Why he hasn't sloughed her ere this is hard to
figure.
Granting that anybody who seeks advice from
a psychiatry-bitten soothsayer is a little off bal-
ance, there is still too much dark hinting at
disorders of the brain and soul in a medium
which used to limit Itself to "Shall I kiss him
on the first or second date" kind of harmless
stuff. You plant enough Ideas In the head of
the simple, and vou mavbe wind up with an ax
murderer.
so hot George Jean Nathan can't sleep!".. .At Reuben': "I'd hate
to have her nerve in my tooth"...At the Cub: "He work on a
big TV program. He's an assistant seducer." ________
THIS It TOU f-OKUM TMI MAOIM OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Th* Mail iex n a* pen locum to immii Th* Panama Amanean
unen ara received fltatefullv and ara henda* m a hairy cenMenrie'
Manner.
It * cerrtfihtrte a .letter dent he impatient M H beaut appeal the
eat day. Letters are puhlahe in the order receive.
Pleaie try t kee the letters limited te ene pape length.
Identity at latter writer* te held in strictest cenliaenee '
This newepepei oiiumes ae reiaemiaility far statements ar epinieai
eapiessed in letters from readers.
A DREAM COME TRUEIF
Sir:
There appeared In the Mall
Box on June 21, 1951, a heart-
warming dialogue between a fa-
ther and hi little son. The little
boy was relating his dream of
success in raising sufficient funds
to send the Pacific Little League
All-Stars to the United States o
compete for the Little League
Wond Championship. Because of
the rather slow response to the
appeal for contributions, I think
a part of the lather-son dialogue
tears repeating. It goes like this:
Father: Why son. that would
take about five or six thousand
dollars."
-on: "Yes, 1 know, but it
wouldn't seem like so much if all
of the people would do like the
man In my dream did, would It?"
-atiier: bo son, I guess not,
and i in sure they will. Oh. by the
way, I have a few dollars laying
around some place. Who could I
send it to?"
The little fellow In the dream
story was too young to play Lit-
tle League Baseball this year.
However, there are fourteen Lii-
tle League All-Stars whose
dreams are just as vivid as that of
the youngster in the story. These
fourteen 11 and 12-year-old sons
Of isthmian residents are dream-
ing and hoping and praying that
their fathers and mothers and
friends of Canal Zone Little Lea-
lawyer, as fearless as any man
In this business. But he had a
problem.
The District 05 boys had sent
100 men into his father-in-law's
store, dumping the coivters and
terrorizing the salesgirls. The
lawyer could fight back, all
right. But his wife's dad had a
bad heart. It was either sur-
render or risk hi in-laws life.
So, at the moment, they're con-
templating going out of busi-
ness.
There are hundreds of such
cases. Usuallv the small busi-
nessmen don't fight back. They
sign. Thi has given the District
65 outfit assets of over one mil-
lion dollars In one fund, and al-
most four million In other
funds The "District" has an
operating expenditure for its
gue Baseball will not fall them In headouarters of $817,874.30. Its
this biggest dream of their short W ML?ff?^J2*,5R *
more than half a million dollars
a vear.
The "DMricf is the back-

Near Thing
By Peter Edson
lives.
Transportation to the United
States and return for the team
and managing personnel will
amount to aoout $1,700. It is esti-
mated that their expenses while
in the States will be not less than
$100 a day for hotels, food, trans-
portation, etc. There Is every pos-
sibility that the team will be In
the United States for SO days or
more. Obviously, It would be fi-
nancially unsafe to attempt the
trip with less than $5,000 to gua-
rantee the boys a.-lnst becoming
stranded.
Army, Navy and Air Force offi-
cials have graciously given per-
mission for the placing of con-
tainers at convenient locations
on their stations for the receipt
of voluntary contributions. Con-
tributions may also be sent to
Fred Mead, secretary. Pacific Lit-
tle League, Box 187. Balboa
Height*. C.Z., to Mr R. M. Love-
lady, chairman, Finance Commit-
tee, Pacific Little League. Box
173. Balboa Heights. C.Z.. and to
bone of the entire pro-Com-
mie Distributive Workers'
Union, which covers movie
comnanv people, small ap-
parel stores, lettuce pickers,
department stores, printing
plants, warehouses, tobacco
processers. canneries, white
collar workers, drug stores.
dental labs, specialty and
sport stores, appliance and
electrical parts shops, fust
to mention a few in such
areas as this city. New Jer-
sey, Pennsylvania. New Mex-
ico. Texas, Iowa. Arizona,
California, Connecticut. Mas-
sachusetts and in the South,
too. in the Carolinas and
Kentucky.
Their headquarters ha a
penthouse, a Social Club with
liquor dispensing bar. a night
club and all the social equip-
ment of a big time propaganda
crmrpfion.
This union has no standing in
The Panama American, Box 134. the AFL or CIO. But it "has
Panam. R. P. standing before our law. Yet
Let's not disappoint these little terror breaks these law. Why
guys and ourselves. If each of us;should the lefties, of all people,
will contribute what we can con- ,be immune? The Senate probers
venlently afford, their trip will!should elve us the answer,
be assured. Make your contribu- Aren't little businessmen and
tions NOW! othT unions entitled to oro-
A Little League Booster, "tectlon hnder this same law?
WASHINGTON NEAJ One of the main
causes for high casualties Inflicted on Chinese
and North Korean troops in recent fighting has
been the proximity fuse. This was a World War
II development It was hailed by Gen. George
S. Patton as the most effective weapon of tne
war again'. Germany. But for a variety of rea-
son or excuses, It was not used as extensively
as it might have been In the first half year or
more of the Korean war.
The proximity fuse can be used on either ar-
tillery shell or on bombs dropped by airplanes.
It employs a i-mall radio set built Into the nose
of the shell or bomb.
This radio sends out waves from its tiny
transmitter. When these waves strike some tar-
get 'object, they bounce back. They are then
picked up by the radio receiver in the sheell
nose. And by means of electronic controls, the
shell or bomb is "triggered" to explode at the
split second when shell or bomb reaches closest
to the target.
The proximity fuse replaces the time fuse in
shells and bomb previously employed. By
means of a watch mechanism in the nose of
th time-fused hell or bomb, It can be et to
explode at a given time Interval after firing.
The proxlmlty-fused shell or bomb, on the
other hand, explodes when the shell reaches a
given distance from Its target, or at a given
distance above ground. It measures its own
distance bv means of Its own reflected radio
waves. It Inflicts more casualties by reason of
this greater accuracy. And the proxlmlty-fused
shell or bomb is of course much more deadly
than any explosive which Is triggered only on
Impact with a target.
An exaggerated Impression of Just how much
damage a proxlmlty-fused aviation bomb can do
was given when Air Force Chief of Staff Gen.
Hoyt S. Vandenbern testified before the Senate
MacArthur investigating committees. He said
casualties equal to an enemy regiment and an
enemy battalion had been counted when a
ground party went in to survey damage after a
recent bombing raid.
This was taken to mean 4000 casualties. But
thl count waa made after two raids on two
successive davs bv six B-29 heavy bombers. Each
Diane carried 15 to 18 anti-personnel, 500-pound
bombs.
The proximity fuses In these bombs were set
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to explode them 50 feet above ground. At this
distance they spread their lnch-and-a-half frag-
ments over a maximum area to inflict heaviest
casualties. In all. 800 of these bombs were drop-
ped in the two-day raid. So each bomb ac-
counted for an average of five casualties.
Why proxlmlty-fused shells and bombs were
not more widely used in the first six months of
the Korean war is explained In a variety of
ways. There was no stockpile of such bombs
and shells In the Far East when the fighting
started. Building up the supply line and the
ammunition dumps took time.
In December, the Far Eastern command did '
ask that an ordnance team be sent to Korea
with all technical data and tactical training
programs for use of the proximity fuse. A team
of four Air Force and four Army officers under
Ccl. C. H. M. Roberts, an ordnance officer, was
sent to Korea. All had World War II experience
In use of proximity fuses.
The report of the Roberts mission has been
classified by the Pentagon. But a few of Its
main observations have been disclosed to show
what resistance was encountered in making use
of this weapon.
One objection raised was Korean weather. In
heavy rainstorms or cloudy weather, the radio
impulses transmitted by the hell would* hit
raindrops or thick clouds and bounce back. This
caused the shell or bomb to explode premature- L
l.V.
Artillerymen wanted to use the shells only
when on long range. hi-.h trajectory fire. On
flatter trajectories, it was claimed the shells
skimmed over the tops of the Korean moun-
tains. This exploded them prematurely, often
on friendly troops.
Another reason given was the expressed fear
of hitting any U. S. artillen- observation planes
that might be flying in the vicinity. Artillery-
men like these spotters, and naturally don't
want to shoot down their best friends, even by
accident.
But the main reason seemed to be lack of
familiarity with the proximity fuse. This was a
repetition of World War n experience. Then it
was Dr. Vannever Bush, head of the Office of
Scientific Research and Development, who had
to go to Europe personally to persuade com-
manders to use what was then a new, secret
weapon.
Drew Pearson says: Moscow would like to give us a false
sense of security; Sen. McCarthy demanded GOP re-
ward; Congressmen would like to forget past speeches
on prices.
WASHINGTON.While I was making a survey of Europe last '
winter several top diplomat* expressed to me the following idea
about peace or war with Soviet Russia:
"The worst blunder Moscow ever made was to invade Korea.
It created unity among the United Nations. It aroused the Am-
erican people; and it put your mobilization program in high gear.
"And the smartest thing the Kremlin could do now," these
diplomats continued, "would be to make a dramatic peace bid.
It would throw discord into the United Nations. It would pull
the stops out of your mobilization program. And it would ease
the American people Into a false sense of security.
"The peace bid wouldn't mean anything in the long run,*
these diplomats believed. "For as long as Russia maintains a huge
land army the world cannot be safe. But a false sense of secur-
ity Is Just what Moscow wants."
This may be what 1 happening today. It Is Interesting that
Malik's speech came Just as the price control bill was Hearing
a vote and Just as Congress was about to adopt the biggest tax
bill in peacetime historymost of it to pay the cost of mobili-
zation.
SENATORIAL ADVICE
Senator Warren Magnuson. the handsome young bachelor ]
from Washington state, offered cigar-chewing Senator Bill Langer
of North Dakota a bit of advice the other day.
Magnuson noticed that the cigars chewed by the North'Da- i
Lota senator are the expensive, Havana-made stogies and that,
Langer never took the wrappers off.
"Bill." suggested Magnuson. "why don't you chew nickel
cigars? The cellophane tastes Just the same."
MCCARTHY DEMANDS REWARD
Republican leaders did some fancy, backstage wirepulling to !
keep Senator McCarthy off the important OOP Policy Committee.
Here Is the Inside story of what happened.
McCarthy had demanded the policy committee seat a* his
reward for smearing the Democrats and carrying five states for
Republican senators last NovemberMaryland, Utah. California,
Indiana and Illinois. He was supported in this claim by such
lu-publlcans as Senator Ferguson of Michigan, who argued that
McCarthy's name-calling was worth ten to twenty thousand votes
in each state; but he was opposed by Senator Millikln of Colo- I
rado, the GOP Senate chairman, who flatly refused to appoint
McCarthy to. the policy committee. '
Even McCarthy's close friend, Senator Taft, remarked pri-
vately that he would vote against McCarthy. They feared that,
If McCarthy got on the policy committee, It would look as ir the
Kepublican Party endorsed his tactic.
However, two of McCarthy's more vociferous friends. Senators
Welker of Idaho and Jenner of Indiana, drew up a petition to
force a showdown vote, and secured the signatures of Senators
Wherry of Nebraska. Schoeppel of Kansas and Williams of Dela-
ware. What they proposed was to add another member to the |
policy committee In order to create a vacancy for McCarthy.
Under the rules, this.petition forced Millikln to call a meet-
ing of all Republican senators, which he did.
Meanwhile, however, GOP leaders moved fast. They shifted
committee assignments around to create a vacancy on the .pow- I
erful Senate Rules Committee, then In order to pacify McCarthy, ^
offered the Rules post to him. This was too much of a tempta- i
tion for McCarthy to resist, and he accepted. For it put him in
a position to block the Senate report on the Maryland elections,
where he Is up to his neck in this scandal and anxlous>Jor
a whitewash. ...
For example, the Maryland investigation has already discov-
ered that McCarthy's assistant, Don Surlne. perjured hlmseffije- I
fore a Senate committee and was kicked out of the FBI -for
fraternizing with a white slavery prostitute he was supposed to
be Investigating.
So McCarthy accepted the rules committee post. After attsan-
'.ng this, however, he refused to be satisfied and continued his
ampaign to get on the policy committee.
FORGOTTEN SPEECHES
The last time Congress had a major debate on price controls
was in 1846, at which time a lot of interesting speeches were
made, some of which certain Congressmen would like to forget.,
Significantly, it's some of the same Solons who are promising
reduced prices if ocntrols once again are relaxed. Here is what
they said in 1946after which food prices went up 50 to 100
per cent:
Senator Wherry (Neb. Rep.>"Mr. Bowles has said that if
pr:ce controls were eliminated, the price of meat would go up
50 per cent. Mr. Bowles Is trying to scare us. My prediction is
hat without price control meat will cost less than today." (Meat
Is now up in some cases more than 100 per cent.
Senator Taft (Ohio Rep.)"The President's figures on pos-
sible increases are a wild guess and for the most part dead
wrong."
Congressman Miller (Neb. Rep.)"This agency (OPA) has put
out so much propaganda and false statements that the people
no longer heed their cry of 'Wolf! Wolf!'"
Congressman Schwabe (Okla. Rep. i "What would another
i.icrease hurt? Not even close to the dire predictions of Bowles,
Winchell. Pearson et al...The longer OPA continues to operate,
Hie worse the Inflation is likely to become."
Congressman Hoffman (Mich. Rep.>"OPA and Its operator
Chester Bowles are responsible In part for the fact that the cost
ot living has gone up.'
National Association of Manufacturers"If OPA i perma-
nently'discontinued, the production of goods will mount rapidly
and prices will quickly adjust themselves to levels that consum-
ers are willing to pay...prices will be fair and reasonable to aU."
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate. Ine.)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEfENDENT DAILY NBW8PAPIB
MONDAY, JULY t, 1951
^/llantic S^ocieti
Wn. Wilton Jm fU
Box 195, Qalun OtLphoni (ml** 378
MRS. MILLER HONORED WITH SHOWER
Mrs. W. L. Miller was the guest of honor at a surprise
shower riven recently at the home of Mrs. I. J. Auer of the
Coco Solo Naval Station. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Auer were
Mrs. A. G. Prien, and Mrs. G. F. Rogers.
The gifts were presented In a
baby's crib decorated In pink,
blue and white. The colors were
repeated In the decorations of the
buffet table.
Mrs. L. H. South of Nashville.
Tenn,. mother of the honoree, was
present with Mrs.. O. E. Byrd.
Mrs. J. F. Goodlander. Mrs.
Lowe. Mrs. K. J. Wadden. Mrs.
D. SUnson. Mrs. I. Eveland, Mrs.
W. E. Downing and Mrs. H. Bow-
ers.
The husbands of the ladles
'Joined I hem later in the evening
for refreshments.
Emblem Club Notice
The Cristobal Emblem Club No
62. of Cristobal, will hold Its re-
gular business meeting at the
Elk home. Tuesday. July 3 at
} 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Jeannette
Cain presiding.
The white elephant was won
at the last meeting by Mrs. Eliz-
a beth Bell. Hostesses for the
meeting will be Mrs. Margaret
Larrison and Mrs. Margaret Mc-
Bride.
make their home in Smyrla,
Georgia. Mr. Webber is retiring
from service with the Electrical
Division.
Before their departure*. Mr. and
Mrs. Irl Sanders. Sr entertained
with a bon voyage dinner. The
Webbers were also the guests of
i Mr. and Mrs. Sanders for break-
! fast before their sailing.
I Birthday Luncheon
Sergeant Troy Davis was the
guest of honor at a birthday lun-
cheon given yesterday by his fi-
ance, Miss Marlene Aristlgazal. at
the home of her parents In Colon.
The other guests included: Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Latourneau,
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Agulrre,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tompkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Chavez and
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Arastl-
gazal.
Duplicate Bridge Games
The weekly duplicate bridge
games will be held this evening
at the Margarita Clubhouse, with
a cordial invitation extended to
any" Interested Atlantic Side re-
sidents to join the group.
The winners of last week's
games were: East and West, Col.
HA. Greene and Carter Hous-
ton: 2nd, Mrs. R B. Ward and
Mrs. J. A. Cunningham: 3rd.
Miss Jeanne Dobie and Mr. Harry
Frledland. North and South, Ju-
lius Loeb and W. E Gibson; 2nd.
Mrs. E. W. Mlllspaugh and Mrs.
Irl Sanders. Jr.: Captain Sam
Roe and Herbert Delsjado.
St. Mary's Alumnae Meeting
The Alumnae Association of
St. Mary's Academy will hold Its
regular meeting Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. at the Parish Hall at
4th and G. Street. All members
are urged to attend.
his position. Mrs. Worley has
been well-known as the proprie-
tor of the Cristobal Beauty Shop.
Recent Arrivals
Commander Davis Henderson
arrived during the weekend for
duty at the Coco Solo Naval Hos-
pital Commander Henderson
comes to the Isthmus from the
U.S. Naval Station at Jackson-
ville, Fla. He will assume the du-
ties in the Dental Corps, former-
ly performed by Commander C.
H. Brandt.
Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. E. J. Brooks
and son, arrived Saturday. Lt.
Brooks has been stationed at the
Naval Hospital at Kev West, Fla.
He will be on the staff of the Co-
co Solo Naval Hospital.
Lt. (jg) Robert P. Darrow
comes to the Naval Hospital Staff
from the Naval Hospital at Phil-
adelphia.
CWOHC Donald E. Sabln. from
the Naval Hospital at Beaufort,
South Carolina, is also a hew
member of the Coco Solo Hospi-
tal staff.
C'arnivalito to Honor
College Studeats
A dance Is being planned by
the younger set for their friends
who have recently returned from
various colleges in the Stales, to
spend the vacation with their fa-
milies.
The dance will be in the form
of a "Carnivallto" and will be
held at the Strangers Club Satur-
day evening.
Music will be furnished by the
Troplcana Orchestra and price of
admission will be one dollar for
the gentlemen.
Terry Conley Celebrates
Birthday Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Conley of
New Cristobal entertained for
their son, Terry, on the occasion
of his fifth birthday anniversary
Saturday afternoon.
The refreshment table was
covered with a Hop-A-Long Cas-
i sidy cloth, and centered with a
fancy birthday cake.
The young guests were: Cheryl
Jackson. Ellne Zitzman. Carla
Chambers. Sandy and Cralg Hol-
llday. Skipper and Rlckie Peter-
son. Will Wills an* Billy Atchl-
son.
Mrs. L. V. Helm assisted the
hostess.
Mrs. David D. Wood, the former
Miss Ada Lee Sullivan, arrived
today on the SS Ancon to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Sullivan of New Cristobal. Mrs.
Wood resides In Norman, Okla-
homa.
A Great Comedy With
A Great Comedienne
Departures
Miss Angle Reilly, of the nurs-
ing staff of the Colon Hospital
left Saturday to spend a short
vacation with her family in New
York.
Mr. and Mrs. Webber
Entertained Before Departure
Mr. and Mrs. William Webber
of Gatun, sailed Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wor-
!ev, well-known Atlantic Side re-
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North Carolina, to make their
home. Thev were accompanied bv
their children Virginia, Cathy
and Bobby.
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by the Industrial Bureau for the
past ten years and has resigned
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DON TAYLOR
ALEX NICOL ROBERT DOUGLAS
JOYCE HOLDEN
GIG YOUNG
Columbia Picture1 "Born Yes-
terday," captivating motion pic-
ture version of one of the great-
est successes of the American
stage, will arrive Wednesday ,at
the Lux Theater, Judy Holliday,
William Holden and Broderlck
Crawford are starred In the film.
"Born Yesterday" uproariously
tells of a pretty, blonde, and
pretty dumb ex-chorine girl
friend of a rich and raucous mil-
lionaire Junk dealer, who learns
from a newspaperman that there
is more to Ufe and love than
the acquisition of minie coats. A
highlight of "Born Yesterday" Is
its Washington background.
Albert Mannheimer wrote the
screen play for 'Born Yesterday."
Oeo. Cukor directed the motion
picture version of Broadway's
biggest stage hit and S. Sylvan
Simon produced.
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made him realize what he had
done.
HOLLYWOOD (NKA)-Exclu-
sively Yours: Yvonne de Carlo
Is still scteamlng about her
"play-girl" headlinesthe result
of a weekend In the country
while she was in England star-
ring in "Hotel Sahara." The gal
has a legitimate wall. She told
me:
"/ got back to Hollywood and
heard itoriei about me waking
up in bed with 65 other people.
Ridiculous. I've never teen such
distorting of distortions. It was
a dignified hunt ball. The only
thing wild about it was a few
Scottish reels that reminded me
of barn dancing."
Yvonne's career haa done
nothing but zoom since she left
UI. "Hotel Sahara"her first
comedyis a big hit and she
Just completed a realistic rola
In Paramount's "Silver CKy."

Boy Hope's seething about
he'11-do-anythlng-for publicity
charges flung at him by Lon-
don sports writers for entering
the British Amateur Open
championships. Wailed one Lon-
don sports scribe:
"Maybe it's time to resolve
that vaudeville will be restricted
to the halls, and the greens be
reserved for golfers."
Walled David Nlven, in Bob's
defense: "If I may coin an
American phrase, 'Just how un-
sporting can sportswrlters eet?"
Mae West In a movie, "Lady
Lou and Dan McCrew"? It's a
possibility with Sid Kuller writ-
ing the script.

The Cameron Mitchells have
dated the stork for the third
time.....Jo Carroll Dennlson, one-
time Miss America, heads for
New York and a host of TV
shows after she winds up her
role In "Chicago Calllne". .Pre-
view audiences are hailing the
Joe Cotten starrer, "Peking Ex-
press." as another "Casablanca."
The same kind of suspenseand
Intrigue.

Qinnv Simms' quick comeback,
after the crack-itn of her mar-
riaae, is the talk of the town.
She's landed a big radio show,
n TV hour and. a starrino role
in a movie, "Disc Jockey."
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Clark Gable's pals are blam-
ing one of Lady Sylvia's rela-
tives for the community proper-
ty action that has Clark boil-
ing. They claim Sylvia was
talked Into lt after she had pro-
mised Clark to ask for nothing
beyond a dlvoroe.

Marie Wilson's loss of weight
following her serious Illness has
Hollywoodites doing a double-
take.

Kipper Valez, the girl with
the Petty curves, and Philadel-
phia night cub owner Frank Pa-
lumbo are talking about re-
marriage. They were divorced
last February-
George Raf. may haye signed
up for a radio series as "Rocky
Jordan" but he Isn't leaping in-
to a TV version of the same un-
til video can guarantee him the
same production qualities of
Hollywood movies. He told me:
'It has to be Just right before
I agree to any TV and lt has
to be on film.''
Raft will sidestep radio's trick
of having the hero narrate the
lead Into the scenes. A second-
ary character will do the narra-
tion and Raft will do the scenes.
He winced:
"I never could take those pri-
vate eyes on the air who boast
about themselves in the narra-
tion and then play a scene in
which somebody slugs 'em in
the stomach and then they start
narrating again without miss-
ing a breath.''
Constance Moore's big wall
about New York's live television:
"I was on a show directed by a
movie veteran, Joseph Stantley.
A TV engineer was telling Sant-
ley how to direct the show."

Irving Slndler, the prop -man
with a record of having his
name somewhere In every movie
on which he has worked, has
scored a bullseye on his first
TV film. One of the characters
in the movie picks up a book
and starts reading. The dust
Jacket reveals the book's title
and author:
"How I Betrayed My Wife, By
Irving Sindler."

Short, Takes: John Barry-
more, Jr., just turned 19........A
Denver Army camp officer In-
troduced Tony Curtis and Piper
Laurie to an audience of GI's
asTony Martin and Piper Cub
..Robert Cumming's trek to
New York to star In a stage re-
vival of "Of Thee I Sing." may
find the film rights returning
to Hollywoodwith Bob again
starring.

Latest count of the nation's
TV sets12,489,900. Last year,
same t;me, there were only 5,-
846,000.

Overheard: "What this coun-
try needs Is someone who knows
what this country needs." And
"It takes 40 years for a woman
to be 40 and then she has only
120 years to enjoy lt."
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Jimmy Stewart's
Wife Undergoes
Fourth Operation
HOLLYWOOD. July 2 Actor Jimmy Stewart's wife will
undergo her fourth operation in
less than two months today, the
movie star disclosed today.
Mrs Stewart re-entered Ce-
dars of Lebanon Hospital Satur-
day. Dr. Mark Rabwln will per-
form the operation.
The surgery was described as
"the last step" In clearing up
complications that followed Cae-
sarean delivery of twin daugh-
ters Mav 7.
Dr. Rabwin performed the Cae-
sarean section on the 32-year-old
Mrs. Stewart the former Gloria
Hatrlck McLean, and also per-
formed two later operations.
Mrs. Stewart is reported to be
hospitalized for a week.
Junta Femenina
To Hold Dance
Tomorrow Night
The ladies comprising the
membership of the Junta Feme-
nina de Beneficencia, well known
charity organization on the Pa-
cific 81de. have completed all ar-
rangements for their Aoniversary
Dance which will take place at
the Pacific Clubhouse on July 3.
A large attendance Is anticipa-
ted, as the proceeds will be used
to further the charitable work of
this group.
Armando Boza and his "La
Perfecta" orchestra will dispense
the latest dance music.
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PANAMA, R. P- LUNES, JULIO 2, 1951
CINCO CENTESBHOB
Ridgway aceptar las propuestas coreanas
Clausur labores SSStSSSSiLS diputados frotarn
la Convencin Liberal
Los miembros del
Directorio fueron
electos en ella
Ayer clausur sus labores la
Concentracin del Partido Li-
beral Nacional que se Inaugur
el Abado, con asistencia de ms
de ciento cincuenta delegados.
La nota sobresaliente de la
Convencin la dieron los re-
presentantes de los partidos po-
lticos que no pudieron hacerlo
en la sesin del sbado.
El primero en ocupar la tri-
buna fue el Lie. Eloy Benedettl
y recalc la necesidad de ve-
lar por la pureza del sufragio.
Habl luego el Lie. Heliodoro
Patino, quien sostuvo que los
partidos que luchan por la su-
pervivencia de la democracia
deben alinearse, ya no con pa-
labras sino con hechos, para
garantizar en los prximos co-
micios la supervivencia de esta
doctrina. Las palabras del Lie.
Heliodoro Patino provocaron
una entusiasta reaccin de los
convencionales, quienes se le-
vantaron para abrazarlo, sobre
todo porque ofreci su respaldo
a don Roberto F. Chiari.
Luego hizo uso de la palabra
don Julio Clement en nombre
del PRI, quien saludo en nom-
bre del Ingeniero Norberto Na-
varro a los convencionales y a
"" I Pat 'oi I.
No pagarn impuesto sobre la
renta del ao 1950 empleados
de la Zona del Canal de Pm.
Gran Bretaa se pronunci en
esa forma en el Parlamento
Posiblemente el General Van Fleet participe en las
conversaciones para cese del fuego
WASHINGTON, Julio 2. (UP).
Todo parece indicar que los
empleados de la Zona del Ca-
nal de Panam no tendrn que
fagar Impuestos sobre sus ren-
ts de 1950, pues la Cmara
de Representantes aprob el
sbado sin debate el acuerdo
3ue exime a dichos empleados
el pago retroactivo del im-
puesto sobre la renta.
El acuerdo ha sido enviado
al Senado para su aprobacin y
se espera que ste sea apro-
bado sin dificultad, ya que el
ao pasado este mismo grupo
vot varias leyes beneficiando
a los empleados de la Zona del
Canal.
El proyecto fue presentado
por el Representante Daniel A.
Reed, aboliendo el Impuesto
sobre la renta para todo el
ao 1850.
Al pedir a la Cmara que
aprobara la medida, Reed ex-
plic cmo se haba establecido
el Impuesto el 22 de septiem-
bre del ao pasado, siendo a-
pllcable a todas las entradas
de 1950. Reed dijo que este e-
fecto retroactivo habia causado
muchos dolores de cabeza, pues
nadie estaba preparado para
# El Ex-Su b-Ger ente Brtn dice
que l no compr los 15.000
quintales de Caf a Somoza
Don Teodoro Brln, ex-ubge-1 de compra" por 15,000 qui-
is t (?anco ARropecuarloitales de caf de Nicaragua, pe-
hacer los pagos, y era Imposi-
ble cobrar los impuestos de dos
aos en un slo ao.
El Representante Reed le es-
cribi cartas a Walter F. Geor-
ge, presidente del Comit de
Finanzas y a Eugene D. Mllll-
kln lider de la minora del Se-
nado, pidindoles que aprueben
el proyecto.
Nuevas oportunidades
para obreros hay en
la Costa Atlntica
Nuevas oportunidades de em-
pico se encuentran abiertas i-n
la cosa atlntica, de acuerdo
ion un anuncio del Oficial i>l
Personal Civil en el rea de
Panam.
Se estn necesitando obreros
locales, y debern presentarle
con sus tarjetas de elegibilidad
al edificio del personal civil en
Fort Davis, entre las 7:30 d la
maana y las 4 de la tarde de
Lunes a Viernes.
Se necesitan los siguientes o-
breros para trabajar en el pro-
vecto de Ft. Sherman: 1 elec-
tricista; 8 plomeros; 4 mecni-
cos de refrigeracin y aire t-
ondicionado; un pintor, un
maonio* cara equipo liviano y
ocho alballes.
nos ha trado las siguientes de-
claraciones:
"Me ha sorprendido muchsi-
mo que en las declaraciones
que hace el Licenciado Eduar-
do Vallarlno diga que yo "ha-
bia comprado en Nicaragua
15,000 quintales de caf". Es
cierto que exista una "opcin
Concurso de Ciencias.
Letras y Bellas
Arles se abre
El quince de septiembre se
cierra el trmino para partici-
par en el Certamen Permanen-
te de Ciencias, Letras y Bellas
Artes de Guatemala, en el cual
pueden participar los artistas
e Intelectuales panameos.
El concurso incluye Geogra-
fa de Guatemala, Historia de
Guatemala, Ciencias Pepaggi-
cas, Economa, Sociologa. M-
sica, Pintura, Escultura, Teatro,
Novela y Poesa.
Como recordarn nuestros lec-
tores, el ao pasado dos pana-
meos vencieron en este con-
curso: los seores Pedro Ga-
llndo V. y Joaqun Beleo.
Las bases completas de este
concurso sern publicadas en
nuestra edicin de maana.
ro mientra yo estuve ejercien-
do el cargo de sub-Gerente se
compraron nicamente 2,500
quintales, segn debe constar en
las actas de las sesiones de la
junta directiva del Banco Agro-
pecuario e Industrial celebra-
das el 17 y 29 de mayo de
1951. Esta operacin se Inici
el 17 de mayo de 1951 en vis-
ta de que los precios del caf
en el mercado mundial estaban
subiendo vertiginosamente y era
necesario proteger los intereses
dl Banco, los tostadores y el
consumidor. El Contrato de
Compra fue formulado por el
seor Aniceto Esqulvel, hijo, de
Managua, Nicaragua (y no por
el General Anastasio Somoza)
y fue presentado a la conside-
racin de la Junta Directiva del
Banco el da 29 de mayo de
1951, habindose acordado en
definitiva comprar 2,500 quin-
tales.
"81 el Licenciado Vallarino ha
sido "presionado por persona
Influyente" para que comprara
15,000 quintales de caf en Ni-
caragua, segn manifest en
reciente reunin del Club de
Leones de acuerdo con noticia
aparecida en la prensa, no veo
como pudo haber sido posible
que ya yo hubiese contratado
este mismo caf. Dejo pues cla-
ramente establecido que mi In-
tervencin en la compra a que
(Pasa la Pf. s col. 4)
Celebrar un acto
mesa redonda de
mujeres de Pm.
La Mesa Redonda Panamerica-
na de Mujeres de Panam ha or-
ganizado un brillante acto para
conmemorar la fecha mxima de
la Repblica Argentina, acto que
tendr lugar el prximo Domin-
go, 8 de Julio, a las 8:00 p. m.,
en nuestro Teatro Nacional.
El programa, cuya elaboracin
ha estado a cargo del grupo que
representa a la Repblica Argen-
tina dentro de la institucin an-
tes mencionada, grupo que pre-
side nuestra poetisa laureada,
doa Mara Olimpia de Obaldia,
incluye destacados artistas, ta-
les como doa Blanca K. de Rl-
poll, doa Ruth P. de Fbrega,
don Federico Jlmeno. alumnas
de la Escuela de Ballet de doa
Gladys Heurtematte, el Coro
Universitario y la Banda Repu-
blicana.
Las palabras de apertura es-
tarn a cargo de doa Mara
Olimpia de Obaldia y agradecer
el homenaje, en nombre de la
hermana Repblica surea, S.E.
el Embajador Lpez Muiz.
Al Sr. Juan Galdido
Panam, 2 de Julio de 1951
Sr. don Juan (alindo
Presente.
A a mi regreso del inte-
rior, donde me encontraba
pasando el fin de semana, he
visto en "La Estrella de Pa-
nam" una carta que aparece
como escrita por Ud. y diri-
gida a m, con motivo de cier-
ta informacin publicada en
"El Panam Amrica" y con-
cerniente al Ministerio a su
cargo.
Digo que esa carta apare-
ce como escrita por Ud. por-
que no deberan ser suyas las
expresiones que usa. Se sabe
que en el hogar modelo don-
de Ud. se levant no le en-
searon nunca el irrespeto ni
vio gestos de grotesca incul-
tura. Tales expresiones las
evitan y condenan personas
que tienen una educacin
muy inferior a la de Ud.
Si hubiera de creer que es
suya la carta, le recordara lo
que, en cuento'a fas amena- f"
zas espectaculares, dice un co-
nocido proverbio.
Atentamente,
Htrmodio Arias.
Estatua de Bolvar
llegar pronto a la
ciudad de Coln
Segn noticias que hemos re-
cogido, ha sido ya embarcada,
en el vapor "Marco Polo", la es-
tatua del Libertador que el Go-
bierno de la Repblica de Vene-
zuela regala b la ciudad de Co-
ln y la cual se colocar en el
Parque 5 de Noviembre de la
ciudad atlntica.
LONDRES, Julio 2 (UP) E]
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de Oran Bretaa, Herbeit
Morrison, dijo en la Cmara de
ios Comunes que se espera que
ti General Matthew B Ridgway
'envi una respuesta afirma-
tiva" a los comunistas, respeto
a lax propuestas para las con-
versaciones de paz en el area
ue Keasong entre el 10 y el 15
i.e Julio.
Morrison dijo que seria un c-
rror "especular demasiado sobre
los posibles trminos para un
cese de fuego" pero que espera-
os que stos Incluyeran el In-
tercambio de prisioneros.
Las declaraciones de Morrin
ante la Cmara de los Comui.es,
dndole la bienvenida a la a'cp
tacin de los chinos y norcorea-
i.os para las conversaciones so-
Ure el cese de fuego, indican .y.ip
Gran Bretaa no objeta que las
conversaciones sean en Keaoung
en ver de Wosan.
L:t
TOKIO, Julio 2 mayora de las fuentes de !..-
iormacln creen que el Teniente
General James A. Van Fleet,
Comandante de las fuerzas te-
rrestres de las Naciones Uniar.s
en Corea, representar al Ce-
ntral Matthew B. Ridgway fcn
ias conversaciones para el cese
de fuego.
Sin embargo, de ser nomc;a-
dos el Premier norcoreano Xim
II Sung y el General chino Pcng

Renuncia funcionario
de la Alcalda por
instruccin del PRI
El Gobierno Venezolano envia-
r asimismo el escultor que deba
colocar la estatua, cuya Inaugu-
racin se har en un lucido acto' que en Panama' s se pierde y
en el cual estarn representados si se gana reputacin.
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente renuncia:
Panam, julio 2 de 1951.
Seor doctor
Alberto Navarro,
Alcalde del Distrito,
E. 8. D.
Dr. Navarro:
En virtud de Orden recibida
del 'Directorio Nacional de mi
partido, el Revolucionarlo Inde-
pendiente, (SIC) presento a Ud.
renuncia irrevocable del cargo
de Jefe de la Seccin Admi-
nistrativa que ocupo desde su
retorno a la Alcalda, que fue
el resultado de diferentes fac-
tores que se conjugaron hasta
culminar con la gesta civlca
del 10 de mayo.
Me retiro del puesto con la
ms amplia satisfaccin de ha-
ber cumplido en todo momen-
to con mi deber, siempre pen-
sando en el progreso de la co-
munidad, poniendo en todos mis
actos la ms genulna expresin
de honradez, para demostrar
el Municipio de Coln, la Socie-
dad Bollvarlana y el pas donan-
te con su delegacin de la So-
ciedad Bollvarlana de Venezuela.
Con los sentimientos de mi
ms alta consideracin y res-
peto, muy atentamente.
Toms Francesch E.,
Jefe de la Sec. Administrativa.
hoy sobre unos juicios
"La licitacin de la carne fue
prueba de la cooperacin del
Gobierno de Estados Unidos"
El Ministro de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, ha he-
cho las siguientes declaracio-
nes a "El Panam Amrica":
El resultado de la licitacin
Se prepara decreto
sobre prostitucin
en Gbno. y Justicia
Don Armando Moreno O., Se-
cretarlo del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia inform a El
Panam Amrica" que el Minis-
terio de Gobierno preparar un
Decreto general sobre el con-
trol de la prostitucin clandes-
tina en la Repblica.
El Secretarlo Moreno dijo que
los Gobernadores de la Rep-
blica son los funcionarios que
en el futuro expedirn las au-
torizaciones para el funciona-
miento de las casas de lenoci-
nio, asesorados por los Mdicos
Oficiales y con la cooperacin
de la Polica Nacional y de la
Secreta.
Present renuncia
el Tesorero Mpal.
don Digenes Pino
Publicamos a continuacin la
siguiente carta renuncia del Te-
sorero Municipal, Ing. Digenes
Pino:
Honorable 8r. Presidente del
Consejo Municipal.
Presente.
Seor Presidente:
Vuelvo nuevamente a presen-
tar a usted y por su digno con-
ducto al Honorable Consejo Mu-
nicipal, pero esta vez en carc-
ter irrevocable, renuncia de mi
cargo como Tesorero Municipal,
posicin que acept provisional-
mente, por solicitud deferente y
aue me llena de legitimo orgu-
llo, por parte de la mayora de
los miembros que Integran la
Cmara Edlllcla.
Motiva esta decisin, el lla-
mado reinterado de dos bue-
nos amigos personales mos pa-
ra que labore con ellos en un
ramo en donde por mi prepa-
racin acadmica, estar en po-
sicin de darles una ms am-
plia colaboracin.
Reciban por este medio, los
votos ms fervientes de amis-
tad sincera, que formulo por
la ventura personal de cada
uno de ustedes, a la par que
me suscribo como vuestro ms
atento servidor,
Dixenes Alberto Pino,
Tesorero Municipal.
Panam ser base clave de la
Panamerican World Airways en
Latinoamnca desde Agosto
La Pan American World Air-
ways anunci que Panam se-
ra una de sus bases claves de
peraciones en Latino Amrica
esde el lo. de agosto, cuando
te transferirn 18 capitanes y
primeros oficiales a esta ciudad.
Estos pilotos volarn los avio-
nes de Upo DC-3 que prestan
servicio entre Centro Amrica
y Panam. Los aviones DC-3
son los ms pequeos que tie-
ne en servicio la Pan American
y eon los nicos que pueden
aterrizar y despegar desde pe-
queos aeropuertos.
Hasta el momento los pilo-
tos de estos aviones tienen su
base en Miami y son enviados
por avin a Panam para ha-
cerse cargo de los aviones. Con
la nueva medida, los pilotos
I enciman su base en Panam,
siendo esto mucho ms conve-
nid -.
El Biloto-jefe del nuevo sec-
tor ser el Capitn David G.
Desmond, cuyas oficina* conti-
nuarn en Miami en donde es
tambin piloto-Jefe de ese sec-
tor.
Panam se unir a Miami,
Houston. New Orleans. New
York y Ro de Janeiro como ba-
se de pilotos de la divisin La-
tinoamericana de la Pan Ame-
rican World Airways.
Un corresponsal
confes que era
espa en Praga
PRAGA. Julio 2 (UP)II Co-
rresponsal de la Prensa Asocia-
da, William N. Oatis. confes al
"Nuestra estabilidad econmica impone
menos importaciones y ms produccin"
As dijeron los industriales
"Nuestra estabilidad econ-
mica impone menos importado-'
nes y mas produccin nacional
expresaron los industriales pa-
menos al Excelentsimo Sr. |
SSSSf S?TE al Presidente de la Repblica
resante memorndum que repre- *
sentantes del Sindicato de In-! ~ _
S*t&VBftt\ en Conferencia de esta mna.
Nacin en la maana de hoy. |
Pa es hora de que nos demos a
to parasitaria, que vive solo de
su participacin en la distribu-
cin del producto elaborado.
lMentras tanto las perspectivas
de inversiones y desarrollo de
nuestra produccin agrcola, pe-
cuaria e industrial, son Ilimi-
tadas, y su explotacin nos da-
r una estructura econmica
mucho ms fuerte y progresista.
Dsele a estas actividades el
estimulo y la proteccin ade-
cuadas y se resolver el proble-
llevada a cabo en la Zona del
Canal para el suministro de
ganado, la cual fue otorgada a
ganaderos panameos, a pesar
de existir propuesta ms ba-
ja, la cual fue hecha por co-
merciante de otro pas, fue una
prueba tangible de la coopera-
cin que en este caso ha hecho
el Gobierno de los Estados Uni-
dos a Panam.
Evidentemente, tan pronto el
Gobierno panameo tuvo cono-
cimiento de que para la lici-
tacin de ganado en pie Iban
a proponer ganaderes extran-
jeros, hizo la representacin an-
te las autoridades zoneitas dis-
cutiendo directamente el Mi-
nistro de Agricultura, Comercio
e Industrias, en nombre del
Presidente de la Repblica el
grave problema que se crearla
entre los ganaderos panameos
si se les cerraba el mercado de
la Zona del Canal.
A continuacin publicamos el
memorandum que sobre este
particular fue sometido al Quar-
ter Master por el Ministro Sa-
mudlo.
Memorndum sobre la carne
Presentado por el Ministro
de Agricultura, Comercio e In-
dustrias, Ing. David Samudio A.
al Chief Quarter Master, Ca-
nal Zone.
lo.El Gobierno de Panam
Son el del doctor
Publio A. Vsquez
y el H.D. Zurita
El HD. Csar A. Guillen ma-
nifest en la maana de hoy
que la reunion informal que ten-
dr lugar esta tarde en la
Asamblea Nacional tiene por ob-
jeto consultar la opinin de sua
colegas con respecto a la ffc-
tuacln que deben asumir con
respecto a los procesos que M
adelantan contra el Magistrado
de la Corte Suprema de Justicia,
Dr. Publio A. Vsquez y el HD.
Norberto Zurita.
Nos dijo el Honorable Guillen
que l quiere actuar de acuer-
do con la mayora de la Asam-
blea, de manera que sus deci-
siones tengan el respaldo de loa
diputados.
Con respecto a los expedien--.
tos, nos dijo que el del Dr. Pu-
blio A. Vsquez es encuentra
terminado. Que existe un in-
forme de mayora y otro de mi-
noria, el ltimo de los malee
fu entregado en los ltimos
dias de la semana pasada por
el HD. Quintero Celern.
Gan Concurso
un asilo en esta
El Asilo de Nuestra Seora,
ubicado en El Chorrillo, fue el
ganador del segundo concursa
Lavasol, que consiste en un pre-
mio de B. 500,000, segn in-
form un agente de publicidad
de la Fbrica Nacional de A-
50.000 PARA LA CARRETERA
El Sub-Contralor General de la Repblica, Don Eduardo Mc-
Coullough, entrega un cheque por B/. 50,000 al Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, Ing. Norberto Navarro. Esta cantidad es el
primer aporte que hace la Repblica de Panam para la
construccin de la Carretera nter-Americana.
Sern abiertas la prxima
semana licitaciones para
la Carretera Interamericana
conclusiones
aludido.
El Presidente de la Repblica
despus de recibir la comisin
de industriales que le hizo en-
trega del memorndum expres
que su Gobierno dara represen-
nosotros mismos todo aquello ltica arancelarla, etc, etc. para progreso del pais reclama a gri- ma del desempleo y los millones El Ministro de Obras Pbl.cas
ue podamos producir, siguen di- | arribar a conclusiones concre- to partido una economa ms de Dlares que ahora se nos es- Ingeniero Norberto Navarro ir:-
clendo los Industriales en las' tas sobre el fomento y desarro- estable para avanzar con pasos capan, se mantendrn en la
del memorndum lio de las Industrias nacionales, firmes en la senda de las rea- circulacin panamea, reforzan-
He aquiqetaolnetaoinetaoln llzaclones republicanas y asegu- do nuestra actividad comercial,
memorndum del os Industria- ramos el puesto de respeto que Nuestra estabilidad econmi-
les entregado hoy al Presidente nos corresponde ocupar en el ca Impone menos importaciones
de la Repblica: concierto de las naciones demo- y ms produccin nacional. Ya
crtlcas del Universo. es hora de que comencemos a
Hora es ya de que se hagan En lo econmico y fiscal, no producir todo lo que consuml-
tacin a la industria nacional en, las necesarias rectificaciones en es posible negarlo, confrontamos! mos.
todas las instituciones guber- | nuestra orientacin econmica y; el dilema de tener que resignar- Por eso, concluimos pldlndo-
namentales que necesitaran del se rescate la Economa Naci- nos a una situacin esttica y le al Excelentsimo Seor Pre-
concurso de personas versadas j nal de las fluctuaciones desqui-1 decadente o romper con energa sldente de la Repblica Don Al-
en los problemas econmicos i dadoras de la vida canalera,' y patriotismo viejos moldes que cibades Arosemena que se le d
3ue pudieran fomentar la pro- afianzando el porvenir de la limitan nuestro desenvolvimien- la debida representacin al
uccin nacional. | Naclti en el trabajo, ya que la to. La Repblica, lo estamos Sindicato de Industriales de
Los industriales en el docu-; mano de obra es nuestro verda- palpando, ha llegado al maxi- Panam en la discusin o pla-
mento entregado al Presidente dero y quizs nuestro nico ca- mo de su desarrollo comercial neamlento de cualesquiera me-
de la Repblica hacen un ana-1 pltal disponible y un deber del No se puede esperar ms de dldas de carcter econmico o
lisls cuidadoso de los factores Estado es proveerlo abundante- este campo de actividades si no fiscal que se tengan en prepa- -
iniciarse el juicio en su contra que Influyeron en nuestra re mente mediante una adecuada creamos poder adquisitivo para racin para enfrentarse al pro- cacln de la linea central Ue a
de ser un espa i den pasada prosperidad: los roltlca de Fomento de la Pro- los consumidores locales blema del desempleo y falta de cairetera. ,
Al ser preguntado si l usa- que han contribuido a la actual duccin Nacional. La explotacin del Comercio produccin que debe ser la1 Las declaraciones del MlnU'.ro
un numero de Chepos. In- depresin econmica nacional: Proceder de otra manera se- est saturada y es sabido que el preocupacin mxima de gober-de Obras Pblicas, se prod-n-
problemas que afectan la.ria seguir aplicando paliativos Comercio no crea riqueza: sta nantes v gobernadosL ron minutos despus de bab*i
form en la maana de hoy q ie
en la prxima semana sern a-
biertas varias licitaciones para
diversos trabajos en la Carte-
lera Interamericana los cuales
absorbern varios centenares de
miles de balboas.
Las licitaciones mencionabas
comprenden movimiento de lie-
na. rellenos, construccin de al-
cantarillas, y otros trabajos cu-
yas especificaciones est termi-
nando la Seccin Tcnica dti
Ministerio.
B. 50.GU0 que es el primer a^r-
te del gobierno nacional a su
cuota de B. 300.000 para la o-
bia mencionada
Funcin especial
ofrecer hoy el
"Ballet Imperial"
elusive Infantes, para llevar a los
(Pasa a la rag. s. Cal.
El Ballet Imperial ofrecer
esta noche una funcin espe-
clal a peticin de muchsima*
Agrego el Ministro Navarro personas que no han tenido
oportunidad de ver un espec-
tculo de tan alta calidad como
el que se ha venido ofreciendo.
Se brindar en el programa
de esta noche "La noche en-
cantada". "Giselle" y el "Lago,
de los Cisnes". Los precios tam-
bin han sido reducidos a B.200
que hoy se Iniciaron los traba-
jos preliminares de la Obra, lo?
cuales sonsLsten en la deniu:-
. economia actual del pais; la po-|y continuar engandonos. El es una actividad cien por den-j LA JUNTA DIRECTIVA. ecibido el cheque por valor deiB.1.00 y B.0.5Q,
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n PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INOCTENDIFNTB
LUNES, JTJLIO i. 1951

Panamamttca
MAM* INDtronMEXTB
MAMMOOIO HUAS, omacio
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|,,00 1-074 CtNTIUt r>.VD> A.AUT.DC POiTAl NO. 1S4
CN MM rALLUU IIUAOO IN .! IUO0. CALLi M. NO B?
C*t L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
Pe DREW PEARSON
Jrew Pearson dice: Mosc quisiera darnos un falso senti-
do de seguridad; Los Congresistas quisieran olvidarse
de sus discursos sobre los precios.
UNA INSTITUCIN SOCIAL QUE DEBE
RESPALDAR LA-COMUNIDAD
Desde hace un mes est funcionando en Pa-
nam un sistema de honda significacin social que
tiene por objeto prevenir la delincuencia infantil.
Una Ley de la Repblica le ha dado vida a los Tri-
bunales" de Menores y es de esperarse que en el
futuro estos rindan provecho en beneficio del pue-
blo panameo.
Tratndose de una institucin recin introdu-
cida en nuestro medio no sera lgico pensar que
de inmediato se vieran sus resultados. Ello sera
casi imposible an en otros pases ms adelanta-
dos que el nuestro. Adems, hay que tomar en cuen-
ta que estas cuestiones de ndole social necesitan
de un proceso ms o menos evolutivo para lograr
una realizacin relativamente plena.
Para que la comunidad derive el mayor nme-
ro de ventajas de los organismos aludidos se ne-
cesita que stos dispongan de una serie de facili-
dades bsicas para la positiva cristalizacin de su
elevado cometido social. Es indispensable que el
Estado y todas las fuerzas vivas del pas le den su
respaldo a fin de que. de acuerdo con la tcnica
y los conceptos sociales modernos, se combata la
delincuencia infantil.
Si por cualquier circunstancia los Tribuna-
les de Menores no hallaran el debido estmulo pa-
ra su adecuado funcionamiento es casi seguro que
stos sern un fracaso con lo cual se le hara un
dao muy grande a la comunidad panamea. Si
ello llegase a suceder para desgracia de todos, se-
ra muy difcil, despus, lograr que renazca la fe
en la institucin, sobre todo porque entre nosotros
muy poco se analizan las causas que determinan
los hechos y, por lo tanto, las conclusiones no son,
generalmente, lgicas.
Es de esperarse que no falte nimo suficiente
para darle calor al movimiento social que implica
el sistema al cual estamos haciendo referencia. Se
trata, repetimos, de una cuestin sumamente se-
rla que, de plasmarse en realidad, llenar un gran
vjico en nuestra sociedad. Problemas de esta na- > _
Ipraleza afectan a Iodos por cual, por lo tanto |oc nrnnilP ifcdic debe negarle su respaldo a una institucin ld*
qiic tiene por objeto solucionar estos complicados
asuntos que tanto afectan a la comunidad.
WASHINGTON. Mientras
me encontraba haciendo una
jira por Europa el invierno pa-
sado, varios diplomticos de al-
; o rango me expresaron las si-!
guientes ideas sobre la paz y la!
guerra con la Rusia Sovitica:
"El peor enredo que come-
ti Mosc fue invadir a Ca-
rea. Esto cre la unin en-
tre las naciones. Hizo que
el pueblo norteamericano
levantara, y puso su progra-
ma de movilizacin a traba-
jar aceleradamente.
"Y lo mejor que el Krem-
lin podra hacer ahora", con-
tinuaron diciendo los diplo-
mticos, "seria hacer una
dramtica oferta de paz. Esto
sembrara la discordia entre
las Naciones Unidas. Parara
su programa de movilizacin,
y creara un falso sentido de.
seguridad entr el pueblo nor-
teamericano.
"La oferta de pas no sig-
nificara nada contra el co-
rrer del tiempo", creen estos
diplomticos. "Mientras Rusia
mantenga un enorme Ejrcito
el mundo no podr estar se-
guro .Pero un fabo sentido de
seguridad es justamente lo
que Mosc quiere".
Esto puede ser lo que est
sucediendo hoy. Es interesan-
te que el discurso de Malik
vino justamente cuando la
ley sobre controles iba a sor
votada y justamente cuando
el Congreso se estaba prepa-
rando para adoptar la mayor
ley de impuestos, en tiempos
de paz, de nuestra historia, I
la mayor parte para pagar el
oslo de la movilizacin.
"DISCURSOS OLVIDADOS"
La ltima vez que el Con-
greso tuvo un gran debate so-
ore el control de precios iue en
1946. tiempo durante el cual
muchos discursos interesantes
fueron pronunciados, alguno*
de los cuales ciertos Congre-
sistas quisieran olvidar. Es sig-
nificativo que algunos de es-
tos discursos fueron pronuncia-
dos por los mismos salones que
estn prometiendo precios re-
ducidos si los controles de pre-
cios son aflojados una vez ms.
He aqui lo que decan en 1946,
despus de lo cual los precios
de los alimentos subieron entre
50 y 100 por ciento:
Senador Wherry (Republi-
cano). "El seor Bowles ha
dicho fue si se elimina el
control de precios el precio
de la carne subir en un 50
por ciento. El seor Bowles
est tratando de asustarnos.
MI prediccin es que sin con-
trol de precios la carne cos-
tar menos que hoy". (La
carne ha subido en ciertos
casos ms de 100 por ciento).
Senador Taft (Republicano)
"Los clcalos del Presi-
dente sobre posibles aumen-
tos son conjeturas a- la li-
gera y en su gran parte es-
tn completamente errados".
Representante Miller (Re-
publicano; "Qu dao po-
dra causar otro aumento? Ni
siquiera se acercara a las
horrendas predioc iones de
Bowles, Winchell, Pearson y
Alsop. Entre ms tiempo
contine operando el Con-
trol de Precios, peor ser el
peligro de inflacin".
Representante Hoffman (Re-
publicano) "El Control de
Precios y su operador Ches-
ter Bowles son responsables,
en parte, por el hecho que et
costo de la vida haya subi-
do".
Asociacin de Fabricantes
"SI el Control de Precios se
suspende perm anentemente,
la produccin de artculos su-
bir rpidamente y los pre-
cios se ajustarn rpidamen-
te ellos mismos' a los niveles
que el consumidor est dis-
puesto a pagar... Los precios
sern justos y razonables pa-
ra todos".
CONSEJO SENATORIAL
El 8enador Warren Magnu-
son, el simptico joven soltero
del Estado de Washington, le
dl al Senador Bill Langer de
North Dakota un consejo el
otro da sobre su mania de
masticar los cigarros.
Magnuson advirti que los ci-
garros que mastica el Senador
de North Dakota son de los
caros, hechos en Cuba y que
Langer nunca les quitaba las
envolturas.
"Bill", le dijo Magnuson.
"por qu no masticas cigarros
de a cinco centavos? Despus
de todo, el celofn tiene el
mismo sabor".
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NACIONES UNIDAS, Junio 29.
(UP) En relacin a la pro-1
puesta de Malik han habido las
siguientes reacciones: .
Una fuente bien Informada
dijo que la propuesta Sovitica
significa simplemente que deben
sostenerse negociaciones entre
los comandantes de operaciones
| de Corea del Norte y las Nacio-
nes Unidas.
El Secretarlo General Tryve
Lie lleg a Nueva York de re-
gros de sus Interrumpidas va-
' caclones en su patria, las que
I suspendi para Intervenir per-
| sonalmente en los esfuerzos pa-
cificadores de las Naciones Un-'
oas. Dijo que 'no s si puedo I
hacer mucho, pero creo que ten- ,
go que estar aqu ayudando aJ
Presidente de la asamblea, Se-
or Entezam. y creo lo acerta-
do en consultar con todos los
delegados permanentes tam-
bin."
Los dos ms altos funciona-
rios de las Naciones Unidas con-
ferenciaron y despus llama-
ron al Hind Sir Benegal Rau,
quien fu el cerebro de los es-
fuerzos de la mediacin Arabe-
Asitlca del Invierno pasado,
y al Mexicano Lula Padilla Ner- '
vo, que pertenece junto con En-
tezam a la actual Comisin de
Buenos felos de las Naciones
Unidas.
La conferencia en el despa-
cho de Lie termin poco despus
de la cuatro de la tarde, entran-
do luego r' Embajador de Esta-
dos Unidos. Ernest Gross, quien
es el Jefe Interino de la delega-
cin de Estados Unidos, para
ver al Secretarlo General.
Gross permanaci con Lie al-
rededor de una hora, tras o
cual Sir ladwyn jedd, Jefe de
la delegacin britnica, se en-
cerr con el Secretarlo General.
La Influyente revista rusa
"Nuevos Tiempos de Mosc" di-
jo que "todo el pueblo Soviti-
co" est convencido de que la
paz puede lograrse en Corea a
base de las propuestas de Malik.'
El Departamento de Estado
dijo al Primer Ministro Sovi-
tico. Josef Stalln, en una trans-
misin de la "Voz de Estados
Unidos", que l podra termi-
nar la guerra Inmediatamente
con slo sealar la fecha y ho-
ra para poner fin a la lucha.
Las 18 naciones que luchan
contra el comunismo en Corea
en su primera declaracin co-
Hay ms serenidad en Gran Bretaa
y Francia que en Estados Unidos
Por CARL W. McCARDLE
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, Jallo 2 (EPS). Este corresponsal acaba de
regresar de un rpido viaje por Inglaterra y Francia.
En Londres sostuvimos conversaciones privadas con el pri-
mer ministro Clement Attlee y con el ministro de lo Exterior
Herbert Morrison, con algunos lderes de la oposicin leal y con
funcionarios norteamericanos de la alianza atlntica.
n Pars sostuvimos conversaciones en el cuartel general del
nuevo ejrcito europeo, cuyo jefe es el general Dwight D. Eisen-
hower, y con funcionarios franceses, diplomticos norteamerica-
nos v jefes del Plan Marshall.
Como ellos dicen, no se puede ocultar la situacin. Pero se
obtienen ciertas impresiones, y pueden presentarse stas por lo
qu puedan valer.
La Gran Bretaa y Francia, que estn, cerca de la amenaza
rusa, se muestran serenas y en calma si se las compara con el
estado de nimo que ha estado prevaleciente en Washington. Los
britnicos y los franceses, asi como cierto nmero de funciona-
rios norteamericanos destacados en dichos pases, estn confun-
didos por el histerismo y las tonteras que se han apoderado de
los Estados Unidos.
En la Gran Bretaa y Francia se nos dijo que, con toda sin-
ceridad, a veces no le teman tanto a lo que pudiera hacer Ru-
sia como a lo que pudieran hacer los Estados Unidos.
No queran decir que los Estados Unidos pudieran lanzarse a
una agresin. Lo que queran decir es qne ellos conocan y com-
prendan el peligro ruso y podan habrselas con l; pero teman
que, con la enorme division poltica que existe en los Estados
Unidos, por lo que toca las cuestiones exteriores, los norteameri-
canos pudieran tomar inadvertidamente alguna resolucin ue
causase serias dificultades con los rusos.
Algunos de estos funcionarios extranjeros han llegado la
conclusin de que el nico modo de hacer que el nuevo plan
aliado de seguridad colectiva d buenos resultados es tener unos
Estados Unidos de Europa, pero agregan con humor ms bien
amargo que antes de que eso suceda tiene que haber unos Esta-
dos "Unidos" de la Amrica del Norte.
Los estadistas britnicos, franceses y norteamericanos que
estn en dichos pases no creen que haya guerra pronto, y sus
opiniones fluctuaban desde asegurar que no habra guerra algu-
" nas,a defir " el nico modo en que se romperan las hos-
tilidades sena con algn incidente militar, asi como lleran a
creer que siempre exista la posibilidad de que Rusia sea lanzada
bombas^atoml"^"- "" qUC "'* "Ut d'Spone de '""<*
SI Rusia fuese a tomar una accin semejante entre ahora y
1953, se confia en Londres y en Pars en que la Unin Sovitica
podra ocupar la Europa occidental, pero que no podra ganar la
guerra. Y existe la confianza de que despus de 1952 Rusia ni
siquiera podra apoderarse de Europa occidental.
Las relaciones anglo-norteamerlcanas, que hace tiempo pare-
cieron a punto de deteriorarse, tienen mucho mejor aspecto en
Londres que en Washington. El acuerdo a que han llegado los
britnicos y John Foster Dulles, por lo que toca a los problemas
del Lejano Oriente y sus relaciones con el tratado de paz con el
Japn, ha contribuido Inmensamente a que as sea.
Los britnicos declaran enfticamente que los Estados Un-
dos v la Gran Bretaa tienen que colaborar si es que el mundo
fibre ha de sobrevivir. Y los britnicos estaran de acuerdo con
nosotros los norteamericanos, si slo supieran con seguridad qu
direccin llevan los Estados Unidos. Algunos de los repentinos
brincos y vueltas de este pas, asi como su vocero de barricada,
segn dicen ellos, los tienen confundidos.
En cuanto a Irn, los ms altos funcionarios del gobierno
laborista britnico declaran que la nacionalizacin del petrleo
llevada a cabo por aquel pas, la cual es causa de las dificulta-
des que existen, constituye una "falsa nacionalizacin", y que el
gobierno de Irn no demuestra verdadero inters por el bienes-
tar del pueblo. Se dice que Morrison llam al embajador Iranio
y le dijo: "Si ustedes queran la nacionalizacin, por qu no vi-
no a verme para discutir el asunto primero conmigo? Yo s mu-
cho de eso, como usted sabe".
Destacados funcionarios britnicos nos dijeron que no tenan
el propsito de emprender accin militar alguna en Irn, que las
tropas llevadas a aquella regin eran slo para proteger la vida
de los subditos britnicos residentes en Irn, y que saban tam-
bin que Rusia tiene fuerzas cerca de la frontera irania.
Nuestros funcionarios en Europa se muestran inclinados a
considerar que la continua fuerza comunista en Francia si
bien reducida e Italia significa que queda an la parte ms
difcil, pon hacer, naa bien'que a decir que todos nuestros esfuer-
zos han sido en vano y ms cuenta nos saldra salir de all.
Eisenhower esta teniendo resultados estupendos, si es que esto
constituye alguna noticia, en la organizacin del nuevo ejrcito
europeo, y est fortaleciendo la confianza de la Europa libre. Sir-
ve tanto como la bomba atmica para disuadir a Rusia de agre-
dir.
Pero en la opinin de este observador, podra hacerse algo
ms con la organizacin de la alianza atlntica en Londres, que
est atada de pies y manos por la burocracia y los celos instin-
tivos de los pases europeos. Podran simplificarse ms sus pro-
cedimientos y colocarse una persona ms enrgica y ms inge-
niosa al frente de la misma.
Esta noche se despide Nana Gollner *
Temporada de verdadero arte en el Nacional
La noche del sbado y la de
ayer domingo, ofreci funcio-
nes la Compaa del "Ballet
"Russe Imperial" en nuestro
primer teatro, el Nacional.
Sin duda alguna en estas re-
presentaciones la compaa de
ballet actu con mayor per-
feccin que en el da de su es-
treno. Ms descansados los bai-
larines, ms ensayadas las obras
en el propio escenarlo, "La No-
che encantada", con msica de
Federico Chopln, coreografa de
Paul Petrof, result admirable:
el coro de las seis bailarinas hi-
zo la obra abstracta prodigio-
samente.
Despus se dl el mismo s-
bado, el ballet clsico "Gise-
lle", con msica de Adolphe
Adam y coreografa de Jean
Coralll. Este ballet se ofrece por
toda bailarina de categora: es
piedra de toque para los que
cultivan el arte. Y no hay que
decir que Nana Gollner lo lo-
gra prodigiosamente. En m-
mica, en lo que es baile, pro-
piamente dicho, la genial dan-
zarina alcanza cimas casi et-
reas. Se hizo el ballet comple-
to, en sus dos actos, el pri-
mero con la ancdota inevita-
ble, el segundo ms ballet pro-
piamente dicho. Se aplaudi
muchsimo.
Se termin el sbado en esta
forma el programa.
Ayer domingo el programa
fue variado: comenz con "Les
Sylphides", deliciosamente bal-
lado por toda la compaa, Na-
na Gollner Inclusive, que estuvo
esplndida. Sigui con un acto
de pequeas obras entre ella*
i 'La Farruca' de Manuel de Falla,
1 mpy bien Interpretada por uno
!de los bailarines; la "Taran-
tela" de Tchaikovsky, que gus-
t mucho; para terminar con
"Destino", con msica del se-
gundo movimiento de la Quin-
I ta Sinfona de Tchalkowsky y
'"Chez Maxim's", ya estrenado
;la noche de presentacin, ale-
gre y dicharachero.
! Nuevo triunfo de la Compa-
a de Nana Golmer, con el
teatro lleno: satisfecho ha de
; estar el Maestro Herbert De
: Castro que ha trado a la gran
artista como agente de la So-
ciedad Musical Daniel.
Esta noche la funcin de des-
Sedlda de la compaa, con re-
aja de precios. Ultima ocasin
para saborear el gran arte de
Nana Gollner.
Se representar "El lago de
los clanes" y "Giselle", dos ba-
llets clsicos adems del "Pas
de deux". de "Don Quijote",
con msica de Menkus.
Sin duda alguna en mucho
tiempo no veremos por Pana-
m una bailarina' de la cali-
dad de Nana Gollner. maravi-
lla de lnea, de perfeccin en
su arte. Ni tampoco ese grupo
de seis muchachas que la a-
compaan como coro y, cuya
actuacin se supera cada no-
che.
Hay que agradecer a la So-
ciedad Musical Daniel estas vi-
sitas de grandes artistas al me-
dio. Y a su agente, el maestro
Herbert De Castro.
FELICITACIONES!
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Entre el zagun del Ayunta-
miento y el edificio de la Lo-
tera, en la Plaza de Arango,
un grupo de personas atrajo
mi atencin.
Eran tres las que lo forma-
ban. Una seora de regular
edad, una Joven bastante a-
graclada y un hombre de unos
cuarenta aos.
La actitud de este hombre
fue la que llam mi atencin.
Miraba extraadamente, sus
ojos estaban vidriados y pare-
ca enteramente un autmata,
en todo l haba algo de In-
definido y raro.
La dama de edad deca a la
joven:
'Te aseguro mamita, que el
nmero que te ndica John sal-
dr premiado".
El hombre pronunci con cla-
ridad una cifra de cuatro n-
meros.
Es adivino el seor, pre-
Runt? ,
La dama de edad me con-
sider; primero, con descon-
fianza, pero luego con gran
amabilidad me contest:
No seora es un zombie.
Un zombie?
si mi amor, un zombie au-
tntico, de la secta Vedu de
Hait.
MI asombro Iba en aumento,
y como qued desconcertada,
el grupo penetr en los mbi-
tos de ese templo de azar que
es la Lotera.
La idea de los zombies es
en general vaga. El cine la ha
exDlotado. dando films de fan-
tasias, y recuerdo que una vez
hablando con un abogado an-
tillano sobre este tema me de-
ca "son pobres seres conver-
tidos en cadveres vivientes que
han sido objeto de diablicas
prcticas".
elimina de todo el cuerpo la
sustancia nociva, menos del ce-
rebro, el que queda atrofiado,
sin espritu de entendimiento.
Los seres trabajados en esta
forma, obran a impulsos de r-
denes transmitidas y que solo
a fuerza de rutina, pueden la-
borar.
Este fenmeno, que no aca-
ba de ser comprendido por la
ciencia por el hombre del pue-
blo, debe tener en Haiti algn
fundamento, como se despren-
de del espritu de una ley que
rige en el Cdigo Penal de a-
quella regln, ya que en su
seccin 249 dice textualmente:
"Se calificar como intento de
homicidio si una persona hubie-
ra de emplear contra otra, sus-
tancia que sin causar la muer-
te natural, produzca un coma
letrgico. 81 despus de la ad-
ministracin de la droga, la
Los tcnicos no podrn
abandonar sus labores
petroleras de Irn
persona ha sido enterrada, el
acto ser considerado, no im-
porta los resultados que sigan,
como homicidio".
En este caso que os relato,
lo extraordinario, no est en
que esta mujer para explotar
la buena fe de las personas se
valga en apariencia de este
"muerto vivo", lo realmente a-
sombroso, es que la explota-
cin de tan inverosmil comer-
cio se haga a las puertas de la
Polica Nacional.
Realmente esta seora posee
superior esnirltu de audacia y
asombrosa facultad fantstica.
Per no acepta propuesta de
Colombia para Conferencia
en un pas Latinoamericano
Insiste en que debe terminar el asilo de Haya de
la Torre como dice la Corte
TEHERAN. Junio 30 (UP)
El Gobierno de Irn advirti a
los empleados britnicos de los
pozos petroleros de Kermanshah
que no podrn abandonar sus
labores sin comunicarlo previa-
mente con "tiempo suficiente."
El Gobierno dio sa orden des-
pus que el administrador de la.
"Anglo-Iranian Oil Co." en Ker- i
manshah, Roger Robson, advir-
ti que una veintena de emplea-
dos britnicos renunciarn en'
masa si se intervena en sus ac-!
tivldades ,o si l (Hobson) ern;
separado de su cargo.
En sta capital. Norman Ri-
chard Seridon, principal repre-,
sentante de la compaa petro-l
lera, comunic al Ministro de
Hacienda de Irn, Mohammed
Varasteh, que no podra espe-
rarse que los trabajadores bri-
tnicos continuaran en sus
puestos si se aprueba el proyec-
to de ley "contra el sabotaje."
Por su parte, el Primer Minis-
tro Mohammed Mossadegh, en
un discurso por radio, pidi a
todos los trabajadores extranje-
ros que continen rtabajando
"como si estuvierais en vuestra
propia patria."
Mossadegh prometi a sos
trabajadores los mismos salarlos
y compensaciones que les daoa
la Anglo-Iranlan y dijo que "no
habia justificacin" para las re-
nuncias en masa de los emplea-
dos britnicos.
Mientras tanto, los naclona-!
listas iranias anunciaron que
celebrarn un gran mitin en s-
ta capital el viernes prximo
para protestar contra la explo-
tacin norte-americana de los
recursos petroleros de las Islas
Bahrein en el Golfo Persa,
Los puntos acordados en la
tregua son los mismos que
comparta el Gral. Mac Arthur
TOKIO, Julio 2 i UP). La
''iltima sugestin Rusa para po-
ner fin la guerra de Corea
mediante una conferencia de
comandantes de operaciones de
las fuerzas de las Naciones Un-
das v > is comunistas, es exac-
tamente lo que el General Mac-
Arthur propuso el 24 de marzo,
ltimo.
MacArthur fu criticado por i
Washington por haber dic^o
"estoy dispuesto a conferenciar'
en cualquier momento con el I
Comandante en Jefe de las
fuerzas enemigas" con el pro-
psito de poner fin a las hos-
tilidades.
En esa oportunidad se presu-
mi que de haber aceptado los
comunistas la propuesta de
MacArthur ste hubiese conver-
sado con el Primer Ministro
Norcoreano, rim II Sung, que
desde el punto de vista oficial
es la autoridad mxima mili-
tar y poltica de Corea del Nor-
te.
Si se lleva a la prctica ia
sugestin Sovitica, el Coman-
dante en Jefe de las Nacin s
Unidas, General Matthew B.
Rldgway, o el Comandante (,-1
Octavo Ejrcito, Teniente Ge-
neral James Van Fleet, confe-
rtnciar con Klm 11 Sung en el
campo de batalla.
Aunque se sabe concretamen-
te q e las tropas chinas que
combaten al mando de Genera- .
les chinos, se cree que en con-
sideracin a la sugestin Rusa,
los chinos insistirn en que sus
fuerzas son de voluntarios que -
combaten al mando de Kim il
Sung y el Estado Mayor Nor-
coreano.
LIMA, Julio 2 (UP)La
cancillera dl a conocer el tex-
to d la nueva nota de respues-
ta del ministro de relaciones
colombiano Restrepo Jaramillo
del veintitrs del presente, In-
sistiendo en su punto de vista,
segn el cual, para Per, la
nica forma de finiquitar el
i dlferendo sobre el asilo conce-
Parece en efecto, que la secta i dldo a Haya e la Torre en )a
embajada colombiana es la de
dar cumollmlento a lo resuel-
to por la Corte Internacional
en las resoluciones del 20 de
noviembre de 1050 y de 13 de
junio de 1051 dando trmino al
asilo en Lima.
porque el procedimiento esta-
rla "reido' con el sistema re-
gularmente practicado por los
pases qut guardan relaciones
exteriores Manue' Gallagher a. diplomticas como los ruestros."
la comunicacin del canciller
de los Vedu en Haiti, cuenta
entre ellos con ciertos tipos a
ouienes llaman "bocor", que
significa brujo, los que sumi-
nistran drogas extradas de
plantas qu solo crecen en los
bosques antillanos v en Jamai-
ca y que al ingerirlas producen
un estado letrgico.
Antes de las 24 horas, el In-
dividuo muerto a consecuencia
de este poderoso veneno, es
desenterrado y despus de ha-
cerle la respiracin artificial se
La nota peruana seala que
nada justifica la reunin de
delegados de los .dos paises en
la caoital americana para tra-
tar el asunto como lo ha pro-
le, suministra un antidoto que puesto el canciller colombiano
AVISO IMPORTANTE
AVISAMOS A NUESTRA DISTINGUIDA
CLIENTELA QUE DESDE HOY ESTA
M EVAMENTE EN VENTA LA
MANTEQUILLA ANCHOR
PIDA SIEMPRE EN SU TIENDA FAVORITA

La nota dice al respecto: "Es-
toy convencido de que el trato
directo afianzar la amistad de
nuestros paises y su resultado
constituir una prueba irrefu-
table del espritu de compren-
sin entre las Naciones del Con-
tinente, pero creo que esa prue-
ba ser ms clara y terminan-
te, realizndose entrevistas en
Lima, porque corresponde al'
gobierno del Per or la pro-
puesta que le haga el gobierno
de Colombia para ocuparse de
ella en la forma cordial como
convinimos en llevar la diferen-
cia ante la Corte Internacio-
nal de Justicia."
"Expedida la resolucin por la
Corte sobre el asilo acordado,
en Lima, ciudad donde se en-
cuentra el refugiado, es forzoso
que el asilo encuentre tambin
su fin es esta misma ciudad."
La nota peruam. agrega: "Es-
tas razones hacen concluir que
Lima debe ser el lugar donde
se realicen las conversaciones
que conduzcan a ese resultado.
El mismo clima de serenidad
con que se desarrollaron las se-
siones de a Corte Internacional
de La Haya prevalecer en esta
etapa, en que los dos paises con-
vendrn a forma de ar cum-
plimiento a la sentencia."
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LOS FELICITAMOS!
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Gan con el nmero que regal i la casa el Seor
FULERO BARKER, con residencia en Ro Abajo,
Calle 12, No. 2220:
Un juego de recmara compuesto de: 1 cama doble de
caoba con su colchn y spring dr resortes. 2 multas
de noche, 1 estante de dos cuerpos con espejos In-
ternos, 1 peinadora con su banqueta y 1 mecedora
tapizada.
SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
JUEGOS DE RECAMARA.
JUEGOB DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING.
MUEBLES PARA OFICINA.
MUEBLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradora, Lava-
doras, Mquinas de Coser.
Mquinas de escribir. Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos, Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores. Estufas para gas, Col-
chones, Linleos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las mejores
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes. Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyera y Platera.
Juegos de Cubiertos Vajillas,
Cristalera, Artculos para re-
galos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS DE joyera.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
diez balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios de
oualquier marca. ,
Entregamos la mercadera al momento de suscribirse, eovindola a su casa.
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Adems del nmero que elija RECALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
OPCIN A CAARSE, 1 Juego de Recmara o Comedor completos, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.

Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
Joyera v Platera Objetos para Regalo
(Ave. Central No. 20) prximo a la Lotera (Antigua Ferretera Duque)' "*
a,,
El mrito de nuestro Club es reconocido por miles de hogares en toda la Repblica,
FILIAL: La Industrial Maderera, 8. A Depsitos de maderas, Fbrica de Muebles linos.
Puertas, Ventanas, Marcos y Molduras para construcciones Vitrinas de mostrador para
comercio. Se ejecuta cualquier trabajo dentro del ramo con la tcnica de unoe sesenta obre-
ros especializados v mas de IS aos de experiencia.
Ave. Sur. Relleno de Barrase Fren** al Centro Escolar Amador Guerrero Tel. S-17





ET. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
mu ll

Se incendi un desage en las
plantas de la Esso en Ckiriqu
Con la ayuda de extinguidores
qumicos se evit que llegara
a los depsitos el incendio
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Alga filamentosa.
4Limpiar.
0Alimento fundamental.
12Medida de peso, Abv.
13El comn de los hombres
14Demostrativo.
15Ostiones.
17De Iberia, Pl.
19Escuchar.
BOCinjunto de sacerdotes.
Jl-Ctudad de Mexico.
34Manifestaciones de alegra.
XIDios griego del amor.
38Litigo, para azotar.
80Pronombre personal.
11Caso de pronombre.
32Amarrara.
3Hroe legendario espaol.
: J|4Negacin. Inv.
; jpCampo para pasto de
, I ganado.

; #6Caja de madera.
jpCaer nieve.
BUrnas para huesos.
JORegln de Espaa, Inv.
4BExpendio de bebidas, Inv
HDel verbo manejar.
\ *8Destruye, asla.
4Repeticin de sonido.
, flttDel verbo atorar.
Cdigo de peticin de
" auxilio.
64Batracios.
85En el mar.


VERTICALES:
UJAutillo.
r
2Forma de pronombre.
3Caprichos.
4Avarienta.
5Posesivo, Pl.
6Artculo.
7Ligero.
8Nombre de mujer.
9Defectos, familiarmente.
10Cocino en seco.
11Nosotros.
18Apellido de un patriota
portorriqueo.
la America del
18Lago de
Norte.
20Que se dedica a la caza.
21Cortina principal de los
escenarlos.
22Norribro de mujer.
23Crema que se forma en
algunos lquidos.
25Cueipo de construccin.
28Destilas sudor.
29Palo de la baraja espaola.
32Lanzar con iolencla.
33En forma de criba.
35Criado o lacayo Joven.
38Remover la tierra con el
arado.
38Huecos, vanidosos.
40 Ciudad de Francia.
42Letra griega.
44Espacio de tiempo.
45rbol leguminoso.
46Altar.
47Nota musical.
58Agarradera.
51Igual al 34 horizontal.
DAVID, Julio 2 (Especial)
Poco antes del cierre de nues-
tras piarlas, la sirena del Cuer-
po de Bomberos dio alarma ge-
neral por llamada urgente de
Pedregal donde se encuentran
dos grandes planta distribuido-
ras de petrleo, una de la Esso
Standard y la otra de Unin
Oil Co.
Segn informes recogidos en
el lugar de los hechos, tres tra-
bajadores se encontraban cor-
tando lea al pi del estero
cuando alguien bot al agua una
colilla de cigarrillo en lugar
cercano al desage que viene de
la Planta Esso. Inmediatamen-
te se incendi ese desage por
la gran cantidad de gasolina
que se encontraba en el agua
proveniente de loa lavados de
los tanques: y oue por all se
descargan. El hecho produjo una
conmocin general y uno de los
trBbaiadore.s el Sr. Vicente Ce-
ballos recibi fuertes quemadu-
ras y el pnico cundi por toda
la poblacin que precipitada-
mente comenz a abandonar sus
':* i.s hacia los llano* de la
Primavera. Con la ayuda de ex-
tinguidores qumicos pudo con-
trolarse el incendio antes que
llegan a los depsitos princi-
pales evitando una verdadera
catstrole.
Como de las investigaciones
preliminares se desprende que
constituye grave imprudencia la
descarga de los lavados de tan-
ques con residuos de gasolina
en el desage mencionado, y en
vista de las fatales consecuen-
cias que pudo tener el Incendio,
la Comandancia del Cuerpo de
Bomberos ha pedido que se im-
ponga multa de Cien Balboas
a la Esso Standard Oil Co., pro-.
Sletaria de la planta y se le
a ordenado tomar las medidas
inmediatas para corregir el mal.
El sr. Ceballos ha sido tras-
ladado al Hospital Jos Domin-
So de Obaldia. para su hospl-
Uizacln y tratamiento.
Nos comunica su
nombramiento el
Agente del "BAP"
La Legendaria ciudad d&
Nata, honrar la memoria -Je
don Gervasio Garcia, uno de sus
mas grandes benefactores, con
motivo de cumplirse maana o-
tro aniversario de su falleci-
miento.
Un programa especial ha sio
confeccionado, y en l se Inclu-
ye una misa de requiem, a le
cual asistir el Alumnado, per-
sonal docente de la Escuela Us-
paa y el pueblo en general
Quienes guardan entero agrade-
cimiento por los gestos que el:
beneficio de Nati tuvo durante
su vida el distinguido ciudada-
no, don Gervasio Garcia.

LUNES, tilO t, 1851
Fue muy concurrida la manifestacin
que se llev al Dr. Anbal Grimaldo
PENONOM, Julio 2 (Corres-
ponsal) Unnime en su con-
tenido de complacencia resall
la manifestacin de Penono.::e
evo anoche al doctor Amual
Grimaldo Caries joven mu'.co
penonomeo por su nmada-
miento como superintendence
utl hospital "Aquilino Tejeha"
tie esta ciudad.
En el parque pblico para :jue
el abrazo cordial de sus coterr-
neos se manifestara ancho er.
io apretado de su afecto, recol
C1 doctor Grimaldo las cario, as
demosti aciones de Jbilo que dr
todos ios ngulos de Penonorvu
acudieron a l en caudalosa i..a-
:festacin de agrado.
En el kiosco acompaaban r.!
doctor Grimaldo su seora es-
posa la doctora Rita Cspedes
t Grimaldo, sus padres don J'J-
s Mara Grimaldo F.' (Fulo
Grimaldo) y doa Corina Cor-
les de Grimaldo asi como sus
ieoritas hermanas las simp-
ticas Ruby y Josefa Esther (Sil-
mado Caries. Repleta de entu-
siasmo la plaza subi a la tri-
buna el maestro Daniel Jos
giros George, una de las ms
claras inteligencias de la Juven-
tud coclesana y en nombre del
Nuest
ro
Gran BARATILLO
contina con enorme xito!
Precios verdaderamente locos!
Y sobre todo...
MEJOR CALIDAD!
Toda clase de Artculos para
CABALLEROS DAMAS
LA PARISIN
Ave. Central 113
i-oblo de Penonom ofreci
brillante y atinadamente la ma-
.. .ac.c.i en discurso que tia-
z hermosamente la biograa
del .omenajeado galeno y qje
imprimi en la concurrencia la
grata emocin del momento.
Madres de Penonom obsequia-
ron al doctor Grimaldo con pre-
ciosos ramilletes de flores y la
mujer penonomea por concur}*
to de doa Blanca Caries de
Xravcio rindi tributo de cario
a la esposa del doctor Grlma'do
doctora Rita Cspedes de Gri-
maldo.
Con la emocin del momento
don Carlos George Navas, au-
tntico caballero de Penonom
y viejo politico liberal subi t:.-
lusiasmado a la tribuna y ljii
su mano en el hombro del ice-
tor Grimaldo volc sobre el jo-
ven mdico el cofre de sus e-
mociones y recuerdo que el guar
daba de la niez del apreciado
mdico su vecino de toaa ia vi-
da. Emocionadislmo agradeci
el doctor Grimaldo el homentje
pblico y dijo entre otras cosas
que no saba a quien agradece-
ms entre todos los presentes Y
asi era en efecto, pues fu .a-
cja la slmpatin hacia el ir.c-
dico por parte de sus cote;r-
eos.
Nunca descuide
un rasguo!
Eligi Directiva
en Santiago el
Club de Leones
NORMAL, Julio J (Correspon-
sal) En una sesin cena, con
asistencia de Leonas e invita-
dos de honor tom posesin la
nueva directiva del club de a-
na de esta localidad, el pa de
ayer.
Los nuevos funcionarlos son.
Presidente, Tito del Moral; V;ee
Piesidente, Jos de J. Plafn
Secretarlo. Jorge Alcedo; Teso-
ero, Waldo Arrocha Domadoi,
Luis C. Nieto; Vocales por un
ao Novencido Escobar y ax
Donoso. Vocales por dos aos,
Vicente Bayard y Antonio Hcu-
riquez.
El club de Leones de Sa.u.a-
go se siente muy entusiasta en
ti nuevo ao leonstico para cm
Hender obras de alguna consi-
deracin. A su vez el pueblo ac
Santiago se siente muy optimis-
ta ya que esta institucin ha
dado muestra de efectividad y
amplio espritu pblico.
El progreso de nuestro interior puede observar en la anterior fotografa. Aqu en Arraijn
vemos la construccin de un edificio de concreto al lado de las casas de adobe que estn des-
apareciendo gradualmente en nuestras ciudades interioranas.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO" ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Centra'
4 de
Julio
Central
AM*
m*
"EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA"
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ord nario No. 1686 del Domingo lo. de Jubo de 1951.
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididos en do s series de 26 fracciones cada una denominadas "A" y "B".
Premio Mayor
Segundo Premio
Tercer Premio
7145
6791
1 244
B. 52,000.00
B. 15.600.00
B. 7.800.00
La mi leve taln se puede in-
fecurno te arriesgue I
USE
BANO-ITA
VINDITAS ADHHIVAI
Adamada* por I* profseion antdka
Con cmprelas de Sulfatiazol,
mcrcurocromo o Tiro-Tri-Cina.
Tenga siempre varias a la mano.
dovUtOH *4ovUt4CH
*PC. RMIIT-IDS
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APROXIMACIONES
PREMIO MAYOR
713S
7137
5M.M
520.M
/ / Hi n
7138 5M.M 7IM MM 7142 S2.M 7144 SM.M 7117 S20.r0
7139 520.M 7141 S24.M 7143 52M 71M I24.M 7141 I2.M
8/ i a/.
7149 520.MI 7151 SM.M
7IM (MM 7152 SM.M
SECUNDO PREMIO
7*1 a/. 2M.M 17(1 8/. IM.M 27(1 2MM / 3791 3MM eV. 4791 2M.M 5791 2M.M 7791 a/ 2M.M 8791 BV. 2M.M 791 2M.M
712 7S3 131.0 IM.M 784 785 IM.M IMM 7M 787 130.10 130 M 7M IM.M 7M 130. M 799 IM.M 7*2 IM.M 6713 IM.M 67M IM.M 675 67M I30.M 139.M 7*7 7M I31.M 13*.M 67M 68M IMM 130.M
TERCER PREMIO
244 IM.M 1244 IM.M 32M IM.M 42M 8/ IM.M V 5244 IM.M a/ 6244 IM.M 72M Hi IM.M 8244 1M.M 244 67 1M.N
IMS ISM IM.M IM.M 1237 1238 IM.M IM.M 1709 I2M IMM IM.M 1241 1242 IM.M IM.M 1241 IM.M 1245 IM.M I2M IM.M 1247 IM.M 1248 1249 IM.M 1M.M 12M 1251 IM.M IM.M 1252 1253 IMM IMM
Los premios del 3orteo del domingo fueron vendidos asi: El primero, segundo y tercero en Panam.
Lea novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 5 y no comprendidos en la lista precedente estn nremladoi eon
Cincuenta y Dos Balboas (B/.S2.O0) cada uno. ,
Por billete htero se entienden las cincuenta y dos fracciones que componen las dos serles "A" y "B".
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de Panam. HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda v Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
i-KSTlUOa:
Hernn Isaacs C. Cdula No. 8-1014 El Notarlo Primero del Circuito de Panam PABLO A. PINEL
Juan J. SalamancaCdula No. 43-103 JOS GUILLERMO BATALLA. Secretario
MOTA- ** nUlele arail _
"WIA. etfraa M derivar** nalcameair del Premia aloyar.- El Premia
Mayor loa frailo h I M M cortearan separadamente: la aproximarlo-
ata a Sarlaartla dr lo Premies Morar. Snrnndc. Terrero. > eJ row dr
qae oo billete resulte eirarlado ron distinto* premiar el poseedor de car
(.Mine llene derecho o qae le ran parada* lea premio can our resultar
irarlade
SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO lo. DE JULIO DE 1851
Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Ochenta y Siete
.
Primer Premio. .
Segundo Premio.
Tercer Premio. .
45
91
44
Fraccin
8/
11.00
3.00
2.00
(387)
Billete
8/
220.00
60.00
40.00
l-^is premios se pagaran la par srffjn la Lista Oficial de Panam en la Ofl.
cuas dr la latera Narlnnal dr Beneficencia situada en la Avenida Central
Plan del Sorteo Ordinario No. 1687 que se ha de
celebrar el 8 de Julio de 1951
Gl billete entero comprende 52 fraccione dividido en dos serlas dr M
fraccione* cada una denominada- "A" r "B"
P HEM 10 MAYOH
I Premio Mayor, sertas A v B. de ...B/ Z6.uuu.00 cada serle
1 Segundo Premio, serle A v B. de...
t Tercer Premio, serie A v B. de....
It Aproximacin as. -crie iB di..,
Premios, orle* Ara da..........
n premios, arle* A v B do..........
900 Premio arlar A v B de.........
7.800.00 cada serle
S.9O0.00 cada serla
24000 cada serle
LSOSOO cada serle
7 00 eada serie
2400 cada serle
B/52,000 01
11,000 00
1.800 0
.340.00
23.400 00
14.040 00
44.000 O
SEGUNDO PREMIO
II Aproatmaelonea. serles A r B de .8/ a 00 eada sane
Premio sortea A t B de.
13000 cada serie
1ERCER PREMIO
IS Aproximaciones, serles A v B. de...BA >2.ou cada serta
Premio serie* A v B da.......... 7 00 rada serle
/
B/
2.34U rx
2.S40OT
1.172 ut
1.4*4 Ot
H
'.174 Premia*
B/.174.H.n
Preeiede un billete entera....................B'Z.M
Precio de un quincuagsimo serondo..........
PARA
UNA SONRISA
HECHICERA
CREMA DENTAL
PEPS0DENT
PARA
BELLEZA
CAUTIVADORA



LTJNF.S, JULIO 2, 1951
1a f ANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
I-T-1-T.
m
, Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
ocia
fceda
ccin
Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-311* HORAS: t:M a 1I:M a.m.
Ap.rt.do 1M
Recepcin
La Embalada de los Estados
Unidos de Norte Amrica, recibi-
r a la colonia norteamericana
residente en PanamA, el Mirco-
les, 4 de Julio, de 11 a.m. a 12:30
p.m., en ocasin del 175* aniver-
sario de la Independencia de los
Estados Unidos. A los ciudadanos
de los Estados Unidos, residentes
en PanamA. no les sern envia-
das Invitaciones particulares.
* RESQUEMAS
* TOSTADITAS
* DELICIOSAS
* ALIMENTICIAS
Elaboradas con loi mej'orts
ingredientes.
EXPORT SODAS en la-
fas de 5 libras.
SALTINES en latifas de
una libra
SIEMPRE SE CONSERVAN FRESCAS...
4**
Buffet
El Agregado de la Embajada
de los listados Unidos, seor Ri-
chard Caldwell y seora ofre-
cieron el Sbado un buffet en su
residencia para despedir al se-
or Donald C. rete y seora,
ulenes siguieron hoy para los
stados Unidos.
Del comit Pro Retire
Matas Hernandos
Se cita por este medio a to-
das las damas del Comit pro-
Retiro Matas Hernndez del
Club Interamerlcano de Mujeres,
para una reunin muy impor-
tante que tendr lugar maana
a las 10:30 a.m. en el local del
Club.
.....
Reunin de las Dama*
Gnadalupanas
Se cita por este medio a todas
las Damas OuAdalupanas, para
una reunin que tendr lugar
maana Martes a las 11 a.m. en
el Saln Claret.
Participaciones de
Matrimonio
Circulan las partlcipac Iones
para el matrimonio de la seo-
rita Mara Teresa Healy, hija
del seor James Edward Healy
Jr., y seora Berta Q. de Healy,
y el cebollero Roberto R. Alemn,
hijo del Dr. Julio Alemn y se-
ora Emola Z. de Alemn, acto
3ue se verificar el Sbado 14
e Julio, a las 8:00 p.m. en la
Iglesia de Cristo Rey.
7 v
>/t. '-"'" *
LIQUIDACIN NUNCA VISTA!
CAMAS DE METAL SIMMONS
A MENOS DEL PRECIO DE COSTO!
CAMA SENCILLA
B/. 7.50
CAMA DOBLE
B/.9.95
APROVECHE LA OPORTUNIDAD!
CAMA DOBLE
B/. 19.75
MUCHOS OTROS ESTILOS Y PRECIOS!
Camilas Plegadizas: Slo B/. 12.50
.MilBLERIfl
AVE.CETRAtYCALLE 27 E>7*TELS.. 2-18SO
Cambio de Residencia
La seora Dora 8. de Bennet
ha trasladado su residencia a la
Calle 49 No. 6 Apartamentos
Franconia. en Bella Vista, en
donde se pone a la rdenes de
sus amistades.
Enriqueta de Agulrre. fueron
sus padrinos el Seor Alejan-
dro Remn C. y la Sra. Amln-
ta de Casis. Muchos parabienes
le deseamos "al nuevo cristiano.
CUMPLEAOS
Para los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en PanamA, visitan-
do a su madre, seora Angela B.
de Muoz, regresa hoy "a Flori-
da, lugar de su residencia, la se-
ora Angela Muoz de Lew. La
pespedlmos cordlalmente.
Sigui ayer para Nueva York
en viaje de negocios el seor An-
tonio M. Arias. Lo despedimos.
Despedimos al seor Bellsario
A. Porras de la Guardia, quien si-
ul para los Estados Unidos y.
uropa, con el fin de terminar
sus estudios.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BEKTONC1NI
le 42 Aptdo. 1N4
Felicitacin
El da 30 de Junio celebro su
cumpleaos la seora Dona
Carmen Torres de Jan. Aunque
algo tarde le hacemos llegar
hasta la ciudad de panam nes
tras felicitaciones.
La joven seora Amalia Ben-
dlnburg de Arosemena se vl
muy felicitada el dia 30 de
Junio con motivo de celebrar su
cumpleaos. A las muchas con-
gratulaciones que haya recibido
unimos las nuestras muy since-
ras.
Miles do fieles catlico! se
dieron cita ayer en la Iglesia
de San Francisco, para tomar
parte en la solemne procesin
del Sagrado Cerasn de Jess.
En las anteriores fotografas
podemos ver la Imagen del Sa-
grado Corain de Jess ruando
escoltada por los fieles se pa-
tea por las calles de la ciudad
y a un grupo de nios que
vestidos de angeles y unifor-
mados forman la gnardla^de
honor de la sagrada imagen!"
SENSACIONAL!
Como la dama interesada no ha recogido el DIARIO PERSONAL
que apareci en nuestros Estudios, la RED PANAMERICANA,
ha contratado los servicios le notable novelista radial cabano,
Samuel Caldevllla para que escenifique la verifica historia su-
cedida en Panam y que dicha dama relata en el mencionado
Diarlo. Sustituyendo solamente los nombres de los personajes
reales de esta sorprendente historia, usted escuchar desde
el mircoles 4 de Julio la doloroso vida de esta muchacha ene
protagonlsar la primera actriz panamea, ANITA VILLALAZ.
Desde el prximo mircoles 4 a las ocho en punto de la noche
escache: EL DIARIO DE UNA MUJER.
Para Reyalos
De los Estados Unidos
Orata estada le deseamos al I
seor Alvin Bletterman y seo-
ra, quienes acompaados de su
nietecita, llegan noy de Nueva'
York.
Saludamos cordlalmente al se-
or Alfredo Berguldo Garrido,
quien llega hoy de los Estados
Unidos, con el fin de pasar la
temporada de vacaciones visitan-
do a su seora madre, doa Ber-
ta G. de Berguldo
De Chiriquf
Regreso de David en donde se
encontraba en viaje de negocios
el seor Amilcar Tribaldos. Lo
saludamos.
Abandona el Hospital
Acompaada de su recin na-
cido se encuentra de nuevo en
su residencia la seora Raquel
de Castrelln.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
8ra. Isabel A. de Uribe.
Sra. Lola de la G. de Zubiet.
Sra. Mary G. de de la Guardia.
Srta. Carmen Fbrega Lpez.
Nio Azael de la Lastra Vs-
quez.
Nio Jorge Abad Denls.
(Nia Alicia Ortega
Nia Zonla Zaldlvar.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Victoria L. de Spangler.
Sra. Gladys P. de Heurtematte.
Sra. Silvia D. de Boyd.
Sra. Nlta N. de Lewis.
Srta. Josefa Catalina Guardia.
Srta. Linnette Motta Garca
de Paredes.
Dr. Harmodio Arlas.
Sr. Carlos Alfaro.
Bautizo
El sbado recibi las aguas
bautismales el nio Erie Agul-
rre, hijo r'e los estimados espo-
sos seor Blas Agulrre y seora
o
AL PUBLICO EN GENERAL
Queremos disculparnos por todo el tiempo
que no pudimos suministrarles la mejor
mantequilla, pero debido a la huelga de
estibadores en Nueva Zelandia, nuestros
pedidos no podan ser embarcados.
Ahora tenemos el placer de anunciarles
que acaba de llegar el vapor que nos trae
la mantequilla de la ms alta calidad que
nuestra compama de Nueva Zelandia pue-
de conseguir para que sea empacada la
MANTEQUILLA CLOVERBLOOM.
ARMOUR INCORPORATED
PANAMA, R. de R.
La niita Grtcl Cristina Ca-
ridad Fernndez tambin sum
un ao ms de vida el dia 30
de Junio. Hasta la ciudad de'
anam le extendemos nuestras
felicitaciones y deseos perqu
cumpla muchos ms llenos de
felicidad.
Con una fiesteclta celebr el
sbado 30 de Junio su cumple-
aos el nlfilto Alberto Augusto
Senz, en la la residencia de
sus amorosos padres seor don
Evaristo Senz y seora. For-
mulamos votos porque disfrute
de todo gnero de felicidades.
El nio Pabllto Jr. cumple
dos aos hoy. Pabllto es hijo
de don Pablo Thomas Jr. y doa
Olga de Thomas, quienes le
ofrecern esta tarde ana mag-
nifica piata en sn residencia.
Felicitamos al nio Thomas y
hacemos extensivas nuestras fe-
licitaciones a sus padres.
bS
av\(itt\a
anuncia.
COMIDA DE GALA PARA CELEBRAR
EL DIA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS
ULON "ILLA VISTA
MIIRCOLIS, 4 DI JULIO DI 7 f. M. A II . M
MENU
Macedonia oe Frutas Friscas o la '76
o
Ccctol de Langosta Panameo, "Independencia"
Sopo de Pollo y oj Consom Royel
Nueces Surtidas Aceitunas, Verdes y Maduras
Abre Socas
Psvo de Vermont, Asodo y Relleno
Jalea dt Grosellos
Jamn dt Virginia Aiucarado al Homo
Cumberlind
1.4.00
Nios menores
de 12 aos mitad
de precis
ORQUESTA ERWIN KENT
iftec de Cordero a lo Porrillo, "Anflloise"
Fil Mignon, Saltado- o lo Cheron
Camotes Confitados Popos Fritos
Zoneherios Vichy Habichuelas Frescos del Jardin
Ensalada do Pio, Patriota
Parfait Tri-Color Bizcocho de Moka
Postalaria Francesa a la Yankee Doodle
Cafe Americano Mantos
Poro Reservaciones
Llame a
Paul 3-1660
Jedj/ey Carlton, vocalista
v.
r
Entre Nosotros
Se encuentra pasando unas
cortas vacaciones en esta ciudad
irocedente de Cartagena, Co-
ombla, las meritorias damltas
Carmen Palmet e Isabel Mal-
donado. Para ellas nuestro cor-
dial saludo de bienvenida.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Cumple aos hoy lunes el se-
or don Angelo Guaragna por
lo cual nos es grato enviarle
nuestras sinceras felicitaciones
en este dia.
El nio Luis Ral Fernndez
(Pasa a la Pag. o. col. Si
t de hojas
tiernas
"Tender Leaf quiere de-
cir "Hojas Tiernas". A
esta regia seleccin de
hojas se debe la exquisi-
tes supremo de este t,
su concentracin ideal.
ni muy suave ni muy
fuerte. Simplemente
delicioso!
Pida en las buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAF".
De venta en paquetes o
en bolsitas filtrantes.
*




GRAN CONCURSO

LAVASOL
NMEROS PREMIADOS
EN EL SORTEO DEL DOMINGO 1 DE JULIO DE 1951


PRIMER PREMIO:
71456
SEGUNDO PREMIO:
B. 500.00
06791
16791
26791
36791
4670f
56791
66791
76791
86791
96791
B. 100.00
CADA UNO
TERCER PREMIO:
O0244
01244
02244
03244
04244
05244
06244
07244
08244
09244
10244
11244
12244
13244
14244
15244
16244
17244
18244
19244
20244
21244
22244
23244
24244
25244
26244
27244
28244
29244
30244
31244
32244
33244
34244
35244
36244
37244
38244
39244
40244
41244
42244
43244
44244
45244
46244
47244
48244
49244
50244
51244
52244
53244
54244
55244
56244
57244
58244
59244
60244
61244
62244
63244
64244
65244
66244
67244
68244
69244
70244 80244 90244
71244 81244 91244
72244 82244 92244
73244 83244 93244
74244 84244 94244
75244 85244 95244
76244 86244 96244
77244 87244 97244
78244 88244 98244
79244 89244 99244
B. 10.00 CADA UNO
Rogamos a las personas que poseen boletos ganadores que los presenten para su cobro a las ofi-
cina de PROPAGANDA, S. A., situada en Calle 16 Este No. 2, esquina con Calle Colon.
Se ruega tambin al pblico continuar guarda ndo las envolturas y paquetes vacos de JABN
LAVASOL, JABN LAVASOLITO, MANTECA BLANQUITA. MANTEQUILLA VAQUITA y las tapitas de
las botellas de ACEITE URRACA, para el prximo SEXTO ORAN CONCURSO LAVASOL, que sera anun-
ciado dentro de breve tiempo.





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NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etr
Que la ruta al Departamento dt los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas io atendern:
SERVICIO LEWIS
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Tel. :-ati
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rarqae de Lrmtpt
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NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 fl> JaUa
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BOTICA CARITOS'
Ave. Maleada K.tH
Tel. 255Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Oeste No. U.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Na. 12 Panama
Aie. Ceatral 12-17Cale*.
E VENDE
Miscelneas
Si VENCEN:Co ro. tut na "leer.
cato o co na lo do Fi-Te I cartn
tloalcr ara cielo rowtl irode-
ras, lavamanos excusado*, ate. a
los precios ms bajos an plaxa.
AGNCIA5 GLOBALEb V.o Eiaa-
Aa. ileqondo a Juan Fronco Tal.
3-1503_________________
ESPECIALIDADES: Pon, fiestas, toda
c'ase dulces, bocadillos, cakes, etc.
esti'o -uropeo. Pollok. Tel. 3-
2913.
VENDO llamos usados. Muy buenas.
900 x 20. Tran-portes INTRA,
G:rnimo de lo Ossa.
SE VENDE:Tonque para agua ca-
liente de 45 gcl.. trabaja con acei-
te Die.el. I silla para baby, 1 ba-
o paro baby. 1 piano marco Ra-
cha!'. Llame Tel 3-7320. Colle
12 Aeropuerto. No. I 19.
SE VENDE:Modero u:oda para fr-
matelas a seis centovo- el pie cua-
drado. Plywood de " en tama-
os de 3 x 8 o die: centavos el
pie cuodrade. Ocurra ol Abattoir
Nacicnol en Poitilla.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. DE LEFIVRE Tal. 2-1332
VENDE LOTES
Paao iniciol mnimo 1.100.00
Mensual B. I 5.00
a Lotes con Calles y Acueducto! df
!lo Ciudad desde B. 1.00 el mevro
a Alquilamos equipo pesado pea
movimiento de tierra,
a Alquilamos lotes o largos plazos.
I* Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B. 00
I semanaia?
MNDEZ Y ZUBIET tiene paro la
vento Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE:
Casa nuevo de 2 Apts. de 2 recama-
res, con agua caliente, cuarto de
servicio y garage. Excelente ubica-
cin B 26,000. Hipoteca 4.000.
00.
Cholels de 2 o 4 recmoros en lo
I Exposicin y Bello Visto, a precios
actuales. Oportunidad.
Lotes en "El Congrejo", desde B.6.50
i M2.
I
ROBERTO MIRO 2-1215
2 DE ENERO NO. 1
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Packard 1942, 4 puer-
tas, buenos llantas, $400.00. Tel.
3-2561.
SE VENDE:Pontiac 1948, 2 puei-
tas, color veide, cubre asientos
plsticos, con pintura contra xi-
do. 14,900 millas. Como nuevo.
Tel. 86-3142.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
?E ALQUILA:Apartamento de dos
racimaras, solo comedor y cocina.
A familia pequea y responsable.
Ocurra Via Espaa 106, Apto. 5,
frente garita polica.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE Chevrolet 1942 Pick-
up. 1-2 tonelada, excelentes con-
diciones. Casa 0954. Calla Ama-
star.
SE VENDE:Pontiac 1950 cr-r. Hy-
dramatic, color azul, llantos nue-
vas, ltimo precio B.2.100.00.
Llame Tel. 2-0860 de 7:30 a 121
p. m. y 1 :30 a 5 p. m.
i
SE VENDE: Packard, club sedan, \
excelentes condiciones mecnicos,
modelo 1946. cubreosientos nue-
vos, llantas en buenas condiciones.
Precio B.70000 Llamar Tel. 3-
0391, entre 7:30 a. m. a 4:30 p.
m.. Panam.
SE ALQUILAN:Dos apartamentos
da una recmara, sala-comedor, de
esquina, an calle primera No. 9.
Tel. 2-1602.
SE NECESITA
Domstico i
SE NECESITA:Lavandera-plancha-i
dora poro dos dios de trabejo Ave
Mjico No. 1 I. j
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-j
rhtncia, buenas referencias, 'f jen
sueldo. Via Porros No. 100. i
SE NECESITA:Empleodo para coci-I
nor y lovor. Debe saber cocinar.
y lavar bien y dormir empleo. Ave ;
Per No. 65. bojos. i:quierda
SE ALQUILA:
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA:Uno mezclodora de
10 pies cbicos por dio. Un ca-
min de volquete 4 yds. por hora
o dio. Lime Tel. 3-2320.
SE VENDE:Gran oportunidad. no
le pierdo. Chrysler Sedon de cua-
tro puertas, modelo 1947 con de-
rechos pagos, en perfectas condi-
ciones mecnicas. Smoot y Pare-
des S. A.
ENCONTRADO
SE NECESITA Empleada paro oficios
domsticos. Calle 47 No. 3, apar-
tomento 5.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
referencios para dormir en cosa,
buen sueldo. Avenida Mxico No.
II.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para to-
dos los oficios de casa Debe dor-
" mr en el empleo. Ocurra Carrete-
ra Aeropuerto No. 81.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Relojero con expe-
nencio y buenos referencias. Caso
Fostlich. Ave. Central 161.
SE NECESITA:30 hojas de asbesto
oconalodo de 42" x 48". Llame
Tel. 3-2320.
MISCELNEA
Perforo pozos artesianos. Para mayor
informocin 3-0931. Chorles J.
Hilbert. I
SE NECESITA:Empleado que hable
y escriba espaol e ingls, con ex-
periencia en el maneto de depsi-
tos de mercanca. Co. Alforo, S.
A. Avenida Per No. 28, Panom.
SE NECESITA:Local dt 500 rtVttrtM
pora industrias. preferible una
nove construida expresamente. Se
tomara en alquiler con largo con-
f'otn. Oferto? ol oportodo 238 o
al Tel. 2-1951.
SE LE HA PERDIDO A UD?
Un DIARIO manuscrito de una do-
ma, que fue olvidado en los Estudios
de la Red Panamericano. Se suplica
a lo propietaria del mismo se sirvo
posar por nuestras oficinas, en horas
ioborables. donde le ser devuelto
previo identificacin personal por ser
un documento de ndole privada y
tratar de asuntos ntimos.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por el j Rlflflrwa V arpillar
trimestre vencido el 30 de Juno | UQgWay K^WW
de 1951 debe ser pagado del pri-,
mero al 1 7 de Julio de 1951 F.
H. Lerchen. Municipal Engineer.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUIL\:Local pora oficirva.
arriba del Teotro Centrol
SE ALQUILA: Local comercial O
parte de l. en Avenida Per No. ,
72, para oficinas, agencias u otros
negocios. Lugar cntrico. Llame !
Tel. 3-0624, Brumos.
SE ALQUILA:Local muy amplio de i
400 metros cuadrados, propio pa- !
ra taller, deposito o garage. Para I
informes llame al telfono 3-1 147. t
JE ALQUILA:Local en calle 3o. No.j
15. Ocurra ol mismo lugar o llame)
al telfono 3-1147.
SI ALQUILALocal para almacenan
Avenida del Frente, entre calles!
9 y 10. Tambin local para tian. I
da a dapsito on colla Balboa, en- '
toa 9 y 10, Caln. Tcllane 3141
1044. _______________
AVISO AL PUBLICO
Que de conformidad con el
Articulo No. 777 del Cdigo de
Comercio y por medio de Es-
critura Pblica No. 1212 ex-
tendida en la Notaria Prime-
ra del Circuito de Panam y
de (echa 28 de Junio de 1951
he comprado a la seora Sa-
turnina Bolaos de Garrido
un establecimiento comercial
denominado "LA PRIMAVE-
RA" Ubre de todo gravamen
y compromisos de deudas v
obligaciones v situado en la
Calle "G" No. 9 o> la ciudad
de Panam.
Panam Junio 29 de 1951.
Misa Hernndez de < im.
Teh Hal como representantes
comunistas, es posible que el
mismo Rldgway tenga que, to-
mar parte como Comanda!..e
Supremo.
La aceptacin comunista _a
servido para descubrir la Iden-
tidad del Comandante chino ei
Corea. El General Peng, de 52
aos de edad, es segundo en
jerarqua del General Chu I".'.-,
y tiene reputacin de ser un ne
goclador muy astuto.
Peng era un dominante Cu-
:nandante durante la guerra ci
vil China y uno de los Urea
miembros (ue se entrevista.or.
con la delegacin nacionalista
(li 1946 bajo los auspicios rio!
General Marshall para negoci-T
un cese de fuego temporal.
Por su parte, el Premier him
II Sung es un hombre misterio-
so- Se entren en el Instituir-,
Militar sovitico y ha side or
decorado por el gobierno sovi-
tico, haciendo su aparicin en
Pyongyang en 1945 bajo los a;.-.
pelos de la ocupacin soviet ira
Su verdadero nombre es K'm
Sung Chu. pero adopto el no..i-
Cie del ms famoso gucrriller.'
comunista de Corea. Ktni II
ouiig. quien desapareci en 1!9.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
amplio, entrada independiente, per-
sona responsable. Calle Darin
No. 5, Apto. 4. Telfono 2-3189.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
B.6.00 por semana, paro hombre.
Avenida Lefevre, Parque Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE ALQUILAN:2 cuartos con ali-
mentacin. B.60.00 y B.70.00 por
mes. entrada independiente. Calle
45 No. 34.
SE ALQUILA:Pequeo apartamento
independiente. Via Espaa No.
2021. Telfono 3-0749.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en re-
sidencia concreto, sala, comedor,
cocina, recmara, patio, B.45.00
. mentuoles. Urbanizacin La Pra-
dera, Las Sbanos, Tel 3-2796.
frente Estacn Gasolina Parque Le-
fevre.
Aviso Judicial
AVISO DE REMATE
El/ suscrito Seiretarlo del Tiiif_do
Tercer* el Circuito de Panam, en fun-
ciones de Alguacil Ejecutor, por medio
del presente, al pblico.
HACE SABER:
Que por resolucin de veintisis del
mee en curso en el juicio ejecutivo pro-
puesto por Cuardia y Cia.. fe. A., contra
Eduardo Sarmiento, se ha ffiado el dta
diec r ocho de Julio prximo para que
entre las horas leales, tensa laser, el
remate de los siguientes bienes, propie-
dad del demandado*
I Carro automvil marra "Pon-
tiac", modelo 1989. con placa
2134, con motor -&8&.929, ava-
luado por los peritos en trescien-
tos balboas............B.300.00
1 planta elctrica marca 'White
Engine Works'*, distinguida con el
nmero 63S-9 KVA 8. de 3 kilo-
watt*, da amperio 26-13-60 relos',
de 115 a 230 voltios de 1800 re-
voluciones por minuto, tipo N-831
de III1, con tanque de alimenta-
cin da combustible, con tablero
elctrico y polea tipo B. Diesel,
avaluada por los perllos en la
suma de Trescientos Balboas B.800.00
TOTAL B.600.00
Servir de base para el remate de
loa bienes citados el valor aslsnadn por
lo* peritoa. y aera oferta admisible la
que cubra las dos terceras partea de ese
valor.
Se admiten ofertas hasta las cuatro
de la larde, y de esa hora en adelanta
be oirn las pujas y repujas que se hi-
ceren hasta que sea. cerrada U subasta,
, con la adjudicacin provisional al ane-
' jor postor.
Pura habilitarse eomo poator, se re-
i quiere consignar previamente en el Tri-
j buna I el b% del valor aslsnado por
' los peritos a los bienes en remate.
Panam, junio veintisiete de mil no-
ttaetntofl cincuenta y uno.
El Secretario
(Fdo.l JOS C- PINILLO.
Ea fiel copia.
RINDE MAS. .
ES EL MEJOR!
ACEITE ELDORADO
SE VENDE
EN GALONES Y EN
TAMAOS CHICOS
De venia en
LA BYZKAYNA
SE ALQUILA
Casa
SE ALQUILA:Chalet dos recmaros
solo, comedor, servicio, cocina,
cuarto emplcoda. bao. garage.
Informes Via Porras 164. Tel.
3-1465.
El ex-Sub-Gerente
se refiere el Licenciado Valla-
rino se limit a 2.500 quinta-
les, segn lo acordado en las
sesiones de la Directiva del A-
fzropecrririo el 17 y 29 de mayo
de 1951".
Teodoro Brln,
Ccd. 47-19151.
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el cario.
Tenemos un {ran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel 3-014.0
SE ALQUILA:Mognifica residencia
distribuida en dos departamentos,
completamente amoblados, lugar
atrayente. No. 114. Calle 11 Pai-
tilla. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
PERSONALES
Urgente! Se ruega pasar por El Tr-
bol, Central 70 los que tienen ar-
tculos abonados.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
DESEO vender entre Sbado y Lunes
pot viaie urgente, refrigeradora
Norge 9 pies, en B. 160.00. cost
B 400.00. Informes calle Q No. I.
Apto. 5.
ESPECIAL
STIDEBAKER, Champion
De Luxe 195 con Radio.
Seat-cover* plsticos Co-
lor negro en muy bonitas
condiciones, luce como nue-
va. 1.20o millas corridas so-
lamente. Cmprelo I'd. por
slo B/1.M0.M. Facilidades
4c Pago
CIVA, S. A.
Al tull 4a
Cadillac Pontiac v GMC
Ave. J rraarisre ar la Ona Na II
Tel. ?-at;aPanam
Un corresponsal
cabo el espionaje, Oatis contes-
t que "s"
Oatls. ciudadano norte-ame-
rirano, y otros tres empleados
Checoeslovacos de la Prensa
Asociada se encuentran enjui-
ciados acusados de espionaje
"politico, militar y econmico"
y complicidad en el asesinato de
un oficial Checo.
PICK-UP USADO
Modelo 1949 International,
de una tonelada. En perfec-
tas condiciones mecnicas
no tiene felpes usado en
la ciudad de Panam. Sola-
mente B/950.00. Aproveche
ahora nuestros precios pues
necesitamo* espacio.
FACILIDADES DE PAGO:
CIVA, S. A.
Atentee a>
Cadillac Pontiac y GMC
Ava. Ja** I r.nrl.r. ar la Oasa Na. 14
Tel. J-*gTa Paruan.
SE VENCE:stufa de gas cuatro
quemadores Perfectos condiciones
uvo. Pablo Arosemeno. 4 Apto. 6.
|SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Sfrvel en
buenas condiciones .B. 120.00.
Calle 5a. No. 1 3. Porque Lefevre,
altos. Despus de las 5:00 p. m.
SE VENDE:Uno mquina lavodora
''EASY" Spin Dry, y un horno de
asar elctrico marca Westmghouse.
Llamar ol telfono 4214 en Cu-
rund, despu- de los 5 y 30 p. m.
SE VENDE: Vaiillo. bal, juego ai
biertos de plata, 4 sobrecamas
hechas o mono, mantilla espacVi,
barredora automtica, artculos de
casa. Coso 1502-A, Balboa.
Clausur la' ores
don Roberto F. Chlarl.
Lew miembros del Directorio
del Pertldo fueron electos v a-
Drobada la declaracin del Par-
tido.
jOK miembros d*l directorio
del Partido Liberal Nacional son
los siguientes:
Principales: Victor F. Gnvtia,
frondio Tanla C.. Alberto Poyd.
Tose M. Herrera O Feline Juan
Escobar. Rpmn Mobles. Flo-
rencio Ieaza. luis D. A't>ro.
Catallno Arrneha O., victor Mi-
rones. Gil Blas Te.ielrn. Gui-
llermo Mndc P.. A n t e m o r
Oulnzcdf. Ab'Ho Bellido. Fran-
e'sco J. Morales. Mauricio Da?,
Flavio Velso"e7. Teo A. Gonz-
lez. Luis Morale* H.. A"stin Ce-
de*"n, Antonio An^u'-'oln.
Miembros de la Junta Ase-
sor:
Rlr-nrdo J. A""rn F"rinnp A.
Jimnez.. Aeustn S. Royri. Rl-
<*rdo A. de 1 Gut-rr"-. r-ni,i
Chanls Jr. Pohnrfn F CMp-t,
Tom?* Gah-!#>1 Dunne. Ran! Ji-
mnez p Ar>'hol pfo* r> Pi-'os
I. .Qi'ntprr>. J i fe7 v len,
Yarc'scn *. "Ml.. Oct-'-'o Vo-
llarino. 8. E. Barraza y Juan R.
Morales.
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El valor contra la muerte! [Piden la Hbertad /*)
de dos aviadores
a Checoeslovaquia
WASHINGTON, Julio 2
(USIS) Una nota enviaba
por el Departamento de Estado
reitera en forma vigorosa la so-
licitud para que sean puestos en
libertad "sin demora" dos pilo-
tos han sido mantenidos In-
comunicados desde el 8 de Junio
cuando aterrillaron sin inten-
cin con sus dos aviones de pro
pulsin a chorro en Checoeslo-
vaquia.
El Departamento de Estado
hizo pblica ayer la nota pira
el Gobierno checo, en la i|.:^
repite su solicitud sobre la li-
bertad de los dos aviadores.
La ltima nota lu entrega-
da el 24 de junio por Ellls O.
Briggs, Embajador de Estarles
Unidos en Checoeslovaquia, a
William Sh-oky .Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores de ese pas,
en Praga. /
i
La nota de Estados Unidas u-
cusa recibo de nota anterior o-
bre los pilotos- La nota en rea
indicaba que todava estaba e-
cetundose una investigacin.
La ultima nota dice: "MI Go-
bierno me ordena reiterar en
orina vigorosa la solicitud lin-
cha verbalmente el 16 de junio
y repetida en la nota de Mta
Embajada, de 17 de junio, en el
sentido de que los pilotos men-
cionados sean puestos en Ubci-
Lad sin ms demora.
Expresa la nota que son aitos
los cargos hechos por el gobicr-
: no checo de que los aviones uof
iieamerlcanos cruzan slstematict
!e intencionalmente la frontera
1 checa.
Cerca de la muerte en la tar-
de, pero ms cerca de ella en
la noche. En la pantalla al fin,
el drama intimo de un cle-
bre torero: Toros Bravos" (The
Brave Bulls", estreno latino-
americano en ?0 pases, el Jue-
ves prximo. En Panam, cabe
el honor de su estreno a los
teatros Lux y Cecilia, de la ciu-
dad capital, y al teatro Rex
de Coln. "Toros Bravos", pre-
senta a Mel Ferrer, como el
gran torero Luis Bello, y a Mi-
roslava, en su debut en el cine
norteamericano, como la mu-
jer en su vida. El famoso to-
rero mexicano Pepe Ortiz, do-
jlr, a Mel Ferrer en las faenas
taurinas.
"La licitacin
ha tenido conocimiento de que
ganaderos extranjeros han si-
do invitados a presentar pro-
puestas para la adqukslcin de
Estas propiie?tas se aceptan
hasta el dia 28 del mes de julio
actual.
2o.Ganaderos p a n a m eos i
han estado surtiendo de carnes
a la Zona del Canal durante
los ltimos tres aos, con ani-
males criados en las hacien-
das de nuestro territorio, con
la completa aceotacin de las,
autoridades zoneitas. q u 1 e nes j
han considerado excelente el
producto.
3o.Los ganaderos panameos
han venido bajando sus precios
en las ventas hecras al Canal,
a pesar de que el ganado ha
subido de creci en' la Rep-
blica, sacrificando en esa for-
ma gananc'?s anreclables. solo
con el fin de mantener el mer-
cado de la Zona del Canal.
4o La prdida del mercado
de la Zona del Canal seria la
ruina de la ganadera paname-
a. En los aos de 1930-37,
cuando la Zona del Canal, ad-
quiri ganado- en otros pases,
la ganadera panamea sufri
urr grave colapso hasta el pun-
to oue la Administracin Roo-'
sevelt intervino eficazmente pa-
ra asegurar el mercado zoneta |
para los ganaderos afamenos,
con un margen preferencial de
25 por ciento sobre el precio de
ofertas extranjeras.
5o.El Chase National Bank,
Sucursal de Panam, ha veni-
do prestando cooperacin a los
"anaderos panameos para el
incremento de sus haciendas..
Ante el temor de las importa-;
clones el Chase ha suspendido;
sus prstamo", con grave en la
oonotTia nacional.
6Para nuestros buenos ved- '
nos y aliados tradicionales el
colapso econmico de Panam
no puede ni debe resultar Indi-
ferente, no solo por razones de
equidad, de Justicia y de moral
sino por razones de carcter
prctico Se habla ya de la po-
sibilidad de un conflicto mun-1
dial y a los Estados Unidos no
le conviene que su leal aliado
la Depbllca de Panam en cu-
yo territorio funciona la gran
PLANCHAS
ALEMANAS
"Aetna"
Especial 5.85
|\ Su ALMACN eigSftICf
obra estratgica del Canal, cai-
ga en postracin econmica que
le reste capacidad de coopera-
cin y hasta lo convierta en
verdadera carga en momentos
en que se necesita rendir el m-
ximo de eficiencia nara comba-
tir al enemigo comn. S| se des-
truye la industria ganadera en
la Repblica de Panam, los Es-
tados Unidos tendrn que traer
de algn punto cualquiera fue-
ra de la Repblica, fc carne que
nece-itarian para el abasteci-
miento de la poblacin civil y
militar de la Zpna. Esto signi-
fica distraccin de fuerzas pa-
ra la proteccin de los barcos
en que se transportarla la carne
y el peligro de que el enemigo
impidiera que llegara a su des-
tino.
Panam, Junio 22 de 1951.
El Eiribajc dor Castro
Gmez ofrecer una
recepcin el Jueves
*Con motivo de conmemorarse
el 140o. Aniversario de la Inde-
pendencia de Venezuela el pr-
ximo jueves 5 del presente mes.
ci seor Embajador de Venezue-
la y seora de Castr Gmez ie-
cibirn a la colonia venezolana
de Panam en su residencia de
a Cresta. Avenida Jos Gabriel
Duque No 15, de 11:30 a 12:30
de la maana. ,
Asimismo, el Embajador de
Venezuela y su seora Wreoerafi
una recepcin en la Embajadu
el mismo da 5 de Julio de sis
a ocho de la noche, para lo cu*l
estn ya circulando las invita-
ciones de rigor.
Un moderno "Lord
Godlva" se pasea,
pero no a caballo
HOVE, Inglaterra, Julio 2
tUPi Los buses se detuvieiun
las mujciTs gritaron. Unes
mujeres huyeronotras mira-
ron atnitas.
Los hombres pestaearon
Pero nadie hizo nada.
Asi pues, que un hombre ael-
gado, completamente desudo,
re pase durante una hora por
el centro comercial de la po-
blacin de Hove hoy.
Finalmente alguien telefoi.ee
a la Polica quienes se llevar m
al original peatn a la crcel
SOCIALES DE COLON ....
Jr., hijo del Honorable Diputa-
do Don Luis Ral Fernandez y
seora celebra su onomstico
en esta fecha. Muchos parabie-
nes le deseamos con tal mo
tlvo.
Carnanjtlito en el
Club de Extranjeros
En honor a los estudiantes
panameos que se encuentran
pasando sus vacaciones al lado
de sus familiares el Club Estu-
diantil ofrece el sbado 7 da
Julio en los Salones del Club
de Extranjeros un Carnaval!to
que comenzar a las 8.00 de la
noche. Amenizar este acto bai-
lable la gran orquesta "Tropi-
cana".
--------
Cumpleaos de
Maana Martes
Llega maana a un ao ms ^a.
ele vida el Honorable Dipnlado 10
don Luis Ral Fernndez. A las'^*' "
muchas congratulaciones qua
reciba con tal motivo le hace*
mos llegar las nuestras "muy
cordiales.
La simptica seorita Sarita
Mizrachi celebra ma"ana mar-
tes su cumpleaos. Queremos
se los primeros en felicitarla y
le deseamos muchos aos ms
de vida.
Tambin celebra maana un
ao ms de vida el joven David
Cerko. Es para nosotros un pla-
cer el saludarlo y esperamos qua
celebre su cumpleaos muy
contento.
Celebra maana martes un
ao de venturosa existencia el
nilto Anbal Alejandro Tejeira
Afa7. hijo del seor don Or-
lando Tejeira y seora. Formu
lamos votos porque celebre mu-
chsimos aos con salud y bie-
nestar.
El nio Jos de Jess
hijo del seor Pedro
y seora Thelma van
de Morales, celebra
martes su cumpleaos,
pase muy contento en
sus amorosos padres 1
mos.
Morales,
Morales
Kwartel
maana
Que los
unin de
desea-
leemos en existencia:
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LUNES. JULIO ?. 1*51
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIFTS
los Cigarrilleros Buscan Hoy Ganar
La Primera Etapa Del Basket Mayor
Se miden con el
Mauricio vs. C. Vieja
en el otro partido del
Campeonato Prov.
LANZAN IGUAL PERO EL PARECIDO ENGAA. Clyde Kin*, a la derecha, tiemf el mismo
parecido de Jim Konstanty, lanzando las mismas clases de bolas, la nueva revelacin de los
Maleteros del Brooklyn, se est desempeando bien como relevo, siguiendo los pasos de Kons-
tanty la temporada pasada, lo cual le vall clasificar como el jugador ms valioso de la Liga
Nacional.
1 Hispano perdi ayer con el Ibrico
por 3 tantos a 0 para quedar sin
opcin al Campeonato de Fut mayor
E3 Hispano perdi toda op- jug solamente con siete juga-
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
El equipo Lord Chesterfield
buscar esta noche asegurarse
ia primera vuelta del Campeo-
nato masculino de Basketball
de prln" a categora de la Li-
ga Pi..inclal de Panam en
el encuentro que sostendr con
el Madurito en el Gimnasio
Nacional, v lo lograr si sale
airoso en su compromiso de
hoy. Pero su rival del Maduri-
to est seguro que repetir la
hazaa del Mauricio, ya que
adems necesita la victoria pa-
ra salir de la retaguardia.
En el otro juego del progra-
ma de esta noche. Carta Vieja
y Mauricio se empearn en
alejarse del stano, especial-
mente los licoreros que caern
en ese lugar.
Para dar contestacin a la
carta aparecida en "La Hora'
el da 30 del mes pasado y que
firma el colega Danllo Bloy Lu-
na, voy a manifestarle lo si-
La Ca. No. 3 se
impuso ayer a la
No. 1 por 7 a 3
RITMRA O MAMBO. La tercera base Orestes Mioso y el
torpedero Chico Carrasquel, cubano y venezolano, parecen es-
tar bailando aqu una rumba o un mambo cuando trataban
de atrapar una palomita de foul, cosa que logr siempre el
torpedero veneolano.
Bob Feller impuso
un no hit no run'
a los Tigres
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
El veterano lanzador de los
Indios de Cleveland, Bob Feller
Oriela y Omar chocan
maana en el basket
fern, de Las Tablas
Dragones y Azteca Defienden
Mna. Su Invicto En La Justa
Mayor Del Bisbol De S. Rita
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS otra lograda en buena lid a lo*
Liga Santa Rita de Baseball I Granlllero. Los Indios que ,-c cu
Circuito Mayor renaron Campeones de la pasa-
G. P. Pts. da justa, no tuvieron suene
Oragones ......... 2 1.0M | en su debut al empatar a 5
Asteca ............ 1 l.MM carreras con el Granillo, pero
Granillo ........... 1 1 JIM con el Patritico obtuvieron
Fte. Patritico ----- i .00 una victoria por 9-8 en gran
duelo entre Icaza y Pinzn.
i
El partido que presentar la
Liga de Baseball de Santa Rita
maana Martes en el Estadio
La direccin india escocer
a Mern para lanzar ya que-
cuenta con un repertorio res-

Olmpico a las 4.00 p.m. entre petabie y de l se espera una
los Invictos DRAGONES Y AZ- brillante actuacin; Jos Orte-
TECA, promete resultar lntere- ga que se graduara con huno-
san te y lleno de jugadas espec-
taculares.
Ambos equipos cuentan con
jugadores de grandes recursos
en el arte de recoger y tirar
pelota lo mismo que al bate,
los Dragones
novatos han
res en el pasado Campeonato
Nacional de Baseball en Chitr '
rivalizar con Mern en la ca--
Ja.
Ambos lanzadores deben ren-*
dir una labor excelente, que de'
en su mayofia seguro ser recordada por los
presentado dos asistentes del match.
buenos partidos, debutaron brl i La entrada a este partido co-
Uantemente frente al Patrltt- mo a los otros de la Liga ca
co con una victoria seguida de I completamente gratis.
Sandwood y Silver Domin ganaron
las carreras principales de ayer
Por RDEME-
LOS equipos Ornar y Oriela
se disputarn maana el prl-11400 metros. Esta carrera u!
mcr puesto del Torneo femeni- un verdadero duelo entre t-l
do el tramo demostr gran su-
perioridad. Gorsewood u su
ms encarnizado enemigo, pe-
ro al entrar en la tierra dere-
cha se apag y el ganador pu-
do aumentar ms cuerpo de
ventaja.
. ... i Demostr Welsh Fox que pron
Sandwood bajo una magnill- to ser una de log compeclor
ca monta del jinete K. Flores, de la claSf ..A y Junt0 con su
logr el triunfo en la carrera compaero de cuadra Welsh
para los ejemplares de la clase, Loch comp0ndrn una entrada
D" sobre una distancia de formidable;
Sandwood y Silver Domin
se adjudicaron los eventos cen-
trales d la cartilla hpica ce-
lebrada ayer en el Hipdromo
Nacional.
no de baloncesto del Primer Ci-
clo de Las Tablas.
Una concurrencia record pre-
caballo del pueblo" y Fair
Chance que entraron a la tierra
derecha cabeza a cabeza. Pero
El equipo representativo de 8e CUbri de glorias ayer al pro- -enclar este partido que de- el duelo termin cuando San-
guiente:Estando el Presidente la Compaa No. 3 se adjudi- Djnar a los Tigres de Detroit un te"" resultar reido. i wood demostr superioridad y
clon de legar a obtener el Cam "dores lo que decret su derro-de la Liga de Basketball sen- c su primer triunfo en la se- "no hit no run" en el Juego en A continuacin damos los es- se alej por un cuerpo, mlen-
peonato del Ftbol mayor de
la Liga Provincial de Panam
al allar ayer frente al Ibrico
por 3 tantos a 0. mientras que
en el otro cotejo el Huracn
aprovech la nmina descom-
pleta del Pacfico para triunfar
por 7 a 3.
El partido entre los espaoles
result movido c interesante,
pero el Ibrico jugando con
ms decisin aprovech muy
bien sus oportunidades para
blanquear a su rival y mejorar
ta desde el. comienzo, termi-
nando el primer tiempo 3 a 0
a favor del Huracn. Con to-
tado a mi lado en el palco de re final por el campeonato de
la Liga en el Juego inicial de i Softball del Cuerpo de Bombe-
la serie con los Trotamundos, I ros al derrotar ayer a la Com- Feller estuvo lanzando como en
do, en la segunda mitad, los pedro Zapata jugador del Lord | paia No. 1 por anotacin de I sus ms sobresalientes das de
>n>4fliltii.n plnmnntiMinJn mi r*A ni. *..j ..r!^1J 1 nnMimAn n 3pr_ I '/ ifiii|in que los Indios vencieron por !ados de los equipos en las tres
anotacin de 2 carreras a 0. Bob lustas:
pacifistas demostrando su ca- chesterfield le comunic a Ger- \ y carreras a 3.
ildad, lograron empatar el jue-1 minal Serasqueta que queran El lanzador Williams obtuvo
go, pero 1 esfuerzo no logr; hablar con l, llegando Luna el triunfo y solo concedi dos
sus propsitos, ya que se .minutos ms tarde al mismo; hits a los fuertes toleteros de
cansaron demasiado y sus rl- p^lco, a repetir a Sarasqueta la Compaa No. 1, mientras
vales aprovecharon para ganar
holgadamente. Es una lstima
que fallara ayer el compae-
rismo del Pacfico, al dejar que
las palabras que Zapata le ha-
ba dicho. Le manifest a Sa-
rasqueta que si le requeran di-
nero no se los diera. Minutos
. nican rnte siete jugadores ac-! ms tarde regres Sarasqueta
puntuacin con lo cual podr! tuaran frente a un rival com-de la entrevista con el equipo ta Rita llev a *.. ~~v "<; -nnnee entrad Denortivn
terminar de tercero, si las'clr-' pleto constante y aguerrido,' chesterfield, tratando yo. al gran cantidad de publico y se' r?. en.once en> ivo Goti
que ellos colocaron cinco hits
en los momentos oportunos.
Adames fu el lanzador perde-
dor.
Este choque celebrado en San-
su historia en el baseball, y asi ,
obtuvo su tercer "no hit no run"
.00(1
en toda su carrera pelotera. ,,'*'* ............2
Mientras tanto los Indios co- ~anar .............. 2
nectaron seis hits en el Juego ^Per ........... 2
y cometieron dos errores. ____:___ --------
En los otros Juegos de la Liga; CAMPLONATO MASQUILINO
Americana, los Medias Blancas1 (Circuito Mayor)
de Chicago dividieron honores j Dep. Coronado ___2 1
contra los Carmelitas de San Deportivo Po ..... 1 i
Destacados nadadores
locales competirn el
4 de Julio en Balboa
Conocidos y destacados tri-
tones locales forman el equipo
que Panam inscribi para las
Competencias del mircoles 4
de Jult en la piscina de Bal
1.000 silver Domin 'se "impuso en 1 boa. atendiendo a :entll invi-
000; ia prueba de la clase "D" y de- tacto
tras que Fair Chance tropez
y su jinete J. Contreras rod
, por la cancha, por lo cual tuvo
TORNEO FEMENINO {[ue ser conducido urgentemen-
G. P. pis. te al Hospital. Segundo lleg
000: Mimo y tercero Wild Wire.
este coliseo una i Luls- E1 Chicago gan el prime- >ep. Molculas.
.500
El equipo est bajo la direc-
cin del Profesor Pedro Almi-
lltegul y nuestros nadadores
nstanclas lo favorecen. dando por resultado una derro-
En el otro cotejo, ej Pacifico | ta -a la que no haba derecho.
Si son ciertas las afirmaciones en
contra de los Cigarrilleros la Fede.
debe Imponerle una sancin ejemplar
igual que Mauricio Menasche,. espera que
Too de Jann. Arturo Illueca, midan los
Mximo Ros y otros que est-
bamos presentes, de saber cual
haba sido el resultado d la
reunin, no dndonos Saras-
queta respuesta alguna. Cuan-
do haba transcurrido un rato,
Sarasqueta dijo "eso fu co-
mo ponerme un can de re-
volver en el pecho" sabindose
ic el Jueves cuando se i J?" f1.'
s equipos de la Com- yj J'
. 1 y No. 5 sea la-i?.1^
do 2 carreras a i y perdie-
segundo por 3 carreras
paia No,
yor la concurrencia.
El torneo debe terminar el
prximo Domingo y ser pro-
tagonizado este partido decisi-
vo por el equipo ganador del
Jueves contra la Compaa No.
3.
JUSTA MENOR
Mientras tanto los Yanquis Dep. Daz ......... 2 1
de Wueva York aumentaron su, Dep. Religares .... 1
puntuacin al derrotar a los Dep. Cid..........
Medias Roas de Boston por 5' Dep. Leones'.'.',"
carreras a 2. Los Atltlcos de'
Flladelfia derrotaron dos veces
a los Senadores de Washington
por 10 carreras a 7 y 3 a 2.
En la Liga Nacional los Dod-
gers de Brooklyn vencieron con
un solo incoe I ble a los Phillies
por anotacin de 2 carreras a 0.
Los Phillies conectaron siete
rrot a Mosqueton en uu gran
final. La carrera result inte-
resante en todos sus tramos y
Silver Domin vino de atrs competirn en los tres estilo,
como un blido para imponerse ( Ubres, pecho y jar-aM. en W
clsicamente a Mosqueton. Grl- eventos de 50. 100, 200 y 400
1 1 .500 s ocup la tercera colocacin.! metros asi como en dos i.m-
1 2 333 ras de relevo.
Welsh Fox un crack en ciernes Entre los nadadores seleccin-
Welsh Fox se impuso en ia nad0 *n el *Quipo estn los
.SW principal del Sbado y demos- hermanos Beauregard, A. Ber-
.500 tro este magnfico potrillo su nal. G. Mata. J. Mata, J Pansy
.500 gran clase. Su triunfo fu porlL Calvo, I Escobar, Aedo,
.500 ms de diez cuerpos y en to- etc.
entonces que le haban solicita-; c i r\ ai
do B.30.00. SI el Sr. Germinal j b OCIO I UepOrtlVQ
Por RDEME asunto, pero si hubo siquiera Sarasqueta l entreg al Lord! complacemos en felicitar ' !"T
. : la intencin de imponer los ju-1 Chesterfield el dinero aludido, wf.f.Tv Z i,,ii aS 'ncogibles. pero no pudieron ai-
La Federacin Nacional de ,adores su antojo, es nuestro de sus fondos personales como *' amJ* ,y ^.,1 *, *, _, danzar la victoria a pesar de
Basketball debe sancionar con concepto que deberan ser de- un obsequio son cosas que ig-1 "...'hr hnl S. ii la 8ran actaclon de Jim Kons-
mano fuerte al equipo Chester- ci,rados profesionales. noro; si el Chesterfield d- S."*** "SLSE? ? .im? tanty
field, si resultan ciertas las afir- mand el dinero para cenar es f" s"s isthitas actividades. Los Cachorros de Chicago
maciones dadas a conocer p- No es la primera ocasin, pues cosa que tambin ignoro. S rt.^o *./, em!,m - ve"?leron a los Rojos de Cincl-;
nucamente en la prensa local, nosotros que hemos seguido de que Jams puede pasar por la 25.ii IS / e natti por 7 carreras a 0 y 7 a 5.
con respecto a la demanda de cerca todas las actTidades de-' mente de Kam o Luna deman-1 L""1' "f"*l d {SSflS mlf,ntra Que J08 Gigantes de
dinero solicitada por este quin- porteas, hemos podido compro- dar dinero por jugar, pero a i pn?m* JiJ^n. D.i ueva derrotaron a los
teto para poder celebrar su com- de en PJnam eI ama. de , poicBioneS %n el ^J^^KjL^^l ^ BrfT0S de BSt0n Pr 4 earreras
promise frente a los Trotamun- teursmoq es un, 80,emne mentl [ord chesterfield, veo casi im- Sfe* vb"S,; CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEP. "AZTECA"
Para maana Martes se cita a
lodos los jugadores del equipo
Azteca Jr.. que participa en la ca-
tegora menor de la Liga de Base
de Santa Rita, en el Estadio O-
limpico a las3:30 p.m. para tratar
asuntos de vital Importancia.
o sea que sr
dos en das pasados. ra y que son muchas las Teces posible que puedan ejercer Vnta^t* radial
Ya en numerosas ocasiones se que jufadores de renombre hai* mandato en l. El representan- ,?J,";, lal'.
han suscitado iguales situaciones ^oHciJtado cierta cantidad del di! te legal del Lord Chesterfield ^n^H^^i L?^^
en nuestro deporte amateur
con equipos que
do cierta cantidad de dinero
para celebrar un partido. Sola-
mente el hecho de pedir impo-
tan g^ nero "ar" ""' con un e",- Bteardo Santos, persona s- fi^^S" ,nters en
* f' i" P- E* ** ' *'" verdad y es ta de quin tengo un alto esti-1laa "enas deportivas.______
da fallar, ya que el dinero pa-
VESTIDOS
Je RIVERCOOL y ABARDINA en varios colores y estilos
acabamos de fabricar.
nuestra opinin que de una | mulo y quien es el hombre eje'
vez por todas se debiera dar i del equipo en mencin. La cosa
ne una sancin. No conocemos i " castigo ejemplar si es que
los pormenores de este enojoso hay motivos para ello.
Ked Panamericana
tiene los
nipiores programa?
no puede estar ms clara, el
Chesterfield demand B.30.00
para alimentacin o gasto de
ra "tomar o comer algo des-
pus del juego" fu requerido
minutos antes de comenzar el
entrenamiento...si lo demand! partido y dar una respuesta
porque Luna lo acepta; y nolnegatlya poda acontecer lo que
puede ser un regalo una cosa' sucedi cuando vino el equipo
que u una "PETICIN", pa-' de Puerto Rico i esta ciudad:
labra sU que se explica por d \ algo similar con el mismo equl
sola Por qu Sarasqueta dijo
que "el momento era inoportu-
no" por qu razn el Chester-
field no trat este asunto con
tiempo? Todas estas razones
son las que atribuy para usar
que fu una treta que no po-
po, llamndose en aquel en-
tonces Fuerte 18. Esto es todo
lo que tengo que decir por hoy
sobre este caso.
DEP. SANTO DOMINGO
Informa a todos sus miembros
q\'c el prximo sbado tendr lu-
gar la :-?unln para nombrar a
nueva directiva, la cual tomar
posesin el 4 de Agosto, fecha en
que se celebrar el 13' aniversa-
rio del club.
Centra
4 de
Julio
Central
^^^
"EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA"
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas has-
ta el Viernes 6 de Julio de 1951 a las 9 a.m. en punto
por el suministro de VERDURAS, VEGETALES y FRU-
TAS por el trmino de tres meses a entrega* semanales
para uso del RETIRO DE MATAS HERNANDEZ.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los inte-
resados durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
GABARDINA
RIVERCOOL
GRANITE
SHARSKIN
35.00
35.00
25.00
25.00
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ADEMAS
Recordamos a nuestros favorecedores
que seguimos vendiendo VESTIDOS y
PANTALONES a los mismos precios
de nuestro Gran Baratillo.
Vestidos Pantalones
12.50
21.95
17.50
24.05
3.95
5.95
4.95
6.95
VESTIDOS DE CALIDAD"
COLON
Calle 11 frente al
Comisariato PJt.lt.
PANAMA
Ave. Central 34
Pima Santa Ana
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HI. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDF.PENDIENTB.
''fct r>ccn y ta Hecta" en tecnicolor
es d .Tran estreno que presenta desde
e! cuatro de julio el Teatro Central
Burt Lancaster, acrbata, a-
tleta. aventurero, gran amante
fir teiierario guerrero... dolo de
cu pueblo, buen padre, buen
migo y buen lider. todo eso
cn y la Flecha", grandioso me-
lodrama de accin y aventura
donde hay espectculo, apasio-
namiento... lucha sin tregua...
i pompa palaciega, intrigas cor-
tesanas y una trama con vis-
lumbres histricos que agrada-
r a todos enormemente. Jun-
to con Burt Lancaster aparece
ia genial y bellsima Virginia
Mayo. Esta gran superproduc-
cin se estrenar el 4 de Ju-
lio en el Teatro Central.
RED
Pcnamericana
1.090 Kcs
HOY
3:30
3:45
4:00
4:15
5:45
6:00
6:15
6:30
6:45
7:00
IOY LUNES
Don Quakcro
dramatlzacin, cortesa
Avena Quaker
Cuarteto Mijo
dirige Rene Santos
Noticiero "Pereira"
Dedicatorias
Drcula "El Hombre
Vampiro"
dramatization RPA
Vibraciones del Aire
Nnciio Va Idas
Kerima, la Cancionera
sentimental.
Sucesos V la Humanidad
Dramatisation RPA.
Sus canciones preferidas
Flavio Garca
acompaa Lucho Muoz
cortesa Floristera Valvn
Solos de rgano
PRESnVfNTE
( ON AIRE ACONDICIONADO.
n u V E s T R E N
SIMULTANl-O!
PRESIDENTE
y VARIEDADES
La Pelcula Que Consagra
al Cine Mexicano!
Era blanca, aunque de ra-
z.i negra... pero odi con
ludas sus fuerzas a los
blancos que la humilla-
ran ) despreciaron...!
MARGA LOPEZ
ROBERTO CAEDO
RITA MONTANER
- en
NEGRO ES
MI COLOR
Neddy Nestle dice:
Srvalo con
EVERRKADYde NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Leche
Se prepara al instante
en la taza.
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatlzacin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel.
7:30 Pginas de Amor.
Dramatlzacin. Cortesa
El Ag: lia Imperial
7:45 La Voz emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 Genoveva
Novela dramatizada
Corl. almacenes La Aurora
8:15 in Voz Baja
con Anita Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30 Msica Espaola
8:45 Intermedio de saln
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas.
Drama lizacin.
Cortesa de Cosa Angelini
9:15 Serenata ae las Americas
con" Solis y Gmez
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Conjunto Los
Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Dramatlzacin BBC.
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MARAA MARTES
A.M.
6:00
6:03
6:30
6:45
7:0'.
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:30
10:4",
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
P.M.
Buenos Dias
Almanaque de la
Panamericana
Noticiero RPA
Msica para el desayuno
Sabores de mi tierra
Noticiero RPA
Su meloda predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca internacional
Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
Cantares de Mxico
Clasificados del Dia
Dedicatorias
Noticiero RPA
El mundo de Vals
La Novela Matinal
Marianela
c'.ramati/acin RPA
Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
Serenata espaola
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
12:30 Solos de rgano
1.00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatlzacin cortesa de
Kelvlx
3:00 Momento romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Marianela
dramatlzacin RPA
HOY!
MUJER DE
MEDIANOCHE
con
GLORIA MARN
VICTOR JUNCO
MIRCOLES I
AMOR
PERDIDO
100 x 100 MUSICAL
MAMBO
con
AMALIA AGUILAR
PEREZ PRADO
Car.clones por:-
MARIA VICTORIA
MARIA LUISA LANDIN
EL XITO DEL AO!
Los Mamtos de moda con los
ltimos pasos creados por
AMALIA AGUILAR
LA MUEBLERA EUROPEA PRESENTA A
ANITA VILLALAZ
Todos los lunes, mircoles y viernes, LA MUEBLERA EURO-
PEA, la mejor surtida de Panam y Centroamrica presenta:
EN VOZ BAJA, con la eximia recitadora panamea, ANITA
VILLALAZ. EN VOZ BAJA, se transmite por los micrfonos de
la Red Panamericana a las 8 y cuarto de la noche.
TEATRO NACIONAL
HOY 8:15 FUNCIN DE DESPEDIDA HOY 8:15
PRECIOS POPULARES
BALLET IMPERIAL
DE
NANA GOLLNER PAUL PETROFF
PROGRAMA
LA NOCHE ENCANTADA GISELLE
_____________LAGO DE LOS CISNES_____________
PRECIOS: B. 0.50 B. 1.00 B. 2.00
i '
IAH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MlNUTOS
En iodo el mundo los nios pretieren lis
Hojuelas de Avena J-M muios. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusta su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase utltd tambin un plato
le tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que lano estimulan el apetito.
i Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plaio de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preterido
para el desayuno.
rwBUS*
GRANDES ATRACCIONES ESTA SEMANA EN EL
TEATRO LUX
MIRCOLES
PRE-ESTRENO!
Al fin poda conocer a la
mejor actriz del ao:
JUDY HOLLIDAY
Ganadora del Premio de la
Academia en la pelcula
que le dio el "Osear"!
"NACIDA AYER"
AT LAST ON THE SCHEEN!

ec.*'
Born Yesterday
WUHH
H0LLI0AYHOLOEM CRAWFORD
La historia de una rubia ton-
ta a quien el amor abri los
ojos! Un monumento de hila-
ridad!...
DESDE JUEVES!
(Simultneamente con el
CECILIA)
i MEHCIBLE
ANTE LA BESTIA
EN LA
TARDE...
DOMIHADO
POR LA
PASIN EN
LA NOCHE
CUMPLEAOS
Sr. AMADOR JOS FRAGELA
estudiante en derecho en la Uni-
versidad de Madrid, hijo del co-
nocido comerciante Amador Fra-
gela G., Gerente del Bazar La-
tino y Bazar Cubano. Le desea-
mos al joven estudiante un feliz
da en su natalicio y muchos
xitos en sus estudios, deseando
verlo de regreso a la patria di-
plomado en su carrera profe-
sional.

MI ERCOLES!
PitooucciONta cae*D
n. l. miiihta *
/ RAMON
ARMENGOD
EMILIA GUIU
<~ LORIA
ROS
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
'BATIR I"
Oiga I'd. el nuevo ritmo
TROPICAL
M.ERCLES GRANDIOSO ESTRENO!
vr :
T/ v
HASTA EL
AMOR ES UN
ARMA EN
MANOS DEL
ENEMIGO
-
. "'rt...

' protsiixiiada por
MARK STEVENS ALEX NICQL ROBERT DOUGLAS
DON TAYLOR JOYCE HOLDEN 616 YOUNG
^iuiiEM_uu]auiai_ MfflU uir.'ii.iini mnrnmi nm
MIRCOLES
. 4 DE JULIO!
ESTRENO!
UNA COLOSAL COMEDIA MUSICAL CON UN
REPARTO EXTRAORDINARIO!
"EL
AMOR
VIGILA"
(MR. MUSIC)
CROSBY
0ISQM
j
r
J
STACK
TOM EWELL
CHAILCS KEMPER
Morg and GovM-r
CHAMPION
BHSEZEB
GOOCMOMMtX
vmfnxm
PEGGYLEf
THE Hi MACS
Pletrica
melodiosas
canciones!
ROBERT I WEICH
RICHARD HAYDN
Oiga
Ud.
"Life Is So
Peculiar,"
Accidents Will
Happen,"
y 7 xitos
musicales
ms!
A Poromounf Pictuf
PRONTO!
LA VIBRANTE HISTORIA DE LOS VALIENTES QUE
DESEMBARCANDO EN NORMANDIA Y
"ABRINDOSE PASO"
A SANGRE Y FUEGO ALCANZARON LA VICTORIA FINAL!

' UNES, JULIO , im
-COMIENZA EL.
MIRCOLES 4
EN F.L
Un
Estreno
Elegante!
PRESIENTE
Sensacional
por u
argumento!
QUE ES EL AMOR PARA UNA MUJER?...
DESE? VANIDAD? SATISFACCIN!.-
El de la protagonista de este drama dur toda una vida...
y lo fu pagando poco a poco con lgrimas
y desengaos. ..!
ELSA AGUIRRE
baila el "Mambo No. 8", de PEREZ PRADO...
que es una sensacin!
RAFAEL BALEDON, en
UNA MUJER DECENTE