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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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"let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
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THE ABOVE PHOTOGRAPH shows President Harry 8. Truman .of the United States speak-
ing at th time of.the dedication and unveiling of the 17-foot itatui of George Washlnt-
tau , i-tt or th J&lrth o the Nation! finrt President. .FeXJp.
1650. The statue la located In the Gearge Washington Masonic Memorial. In Alexandria. In
the State of Virginia. The statue Is the work of Bryant Baker, U. 8. sculptor. The memorial
stands on a prominence overlooking Washington, D. C, the Nation' Capital on one side, and
Mount Vernon,1 the first Presidents Virginia state, on the other. ___________________
Canal Zone Entry in Honolulu Race

4
FLYING THE BUtXGEE OF THE BALBOA YACHT CLUB at her,*iaslliead, Tucker McClure'a
sleek 60-foot ketch Chiilqui will be a hlRh-handicap starter casting off from. Santa Barbara,
California, tomorrow in the all-sail international yacht race tojtonolulu. Aboard as owner-
master will be the well-known Isthmian contractor himself. Wljh McClure will sail a crew
of 10 including Cris Wertz chief clerk at Mt. Hope. Onshore to tvieh the Chlrlqul good winds
will be George Bobritt. local representative of the McClure enUnrises. who Is In California
on vacation. The Chlrtqul's hull was built In the Republic o nun ma. Just off the Trans-
Isthmlan Highway. Her keel, stem and sternpost are of nativa, uavacon. ribs and framing
of native amarillo, planking of West Coast fir. Her superstructure was bul'.t In the Canal
Zone, and most of her fittings were made locally. Shown above wider working sails only, the
Chlriqui was designed by the famous marine architect John Aldttn, lineal descendant of the
tarly American who won Prisclua* hand
Battle Blazes For Best
Ceasefire Strongpoints
Missing Reds Fail lo Show In
Court; $80,000 Bail Forfeited
NEW YORK, July 3 (UP)
The four missing members of the
United States Communist Party's
Politburo failed to appear in
the Federal Court for jailing to-
day. Their 180,000 ball was or-
dered forfeited.
These four Communists and
seven of their colleagues were
convicted In 1949 of conspiring
to teach and advocate the over-
throw of the United States gov-
ernment by force.
The other seven appeared in
court yesterday and were re-
manded to jail to begin serving
their five year terms.
The FBI feared the four miss-
Newsman In Prague
'Offers' Evidence
Against Colleagues
PRAGUE, July 3 (UP). As-
sociated Press Correspon dent
William N. Oatls, 37, charged
with espionage In Czecho-
slovakia, today returned to the
witness stand "voluntarily" to
denounce his western newspaper
colleagues and Western di-
plomat* in Prague a* spies.
Out, loiDung more tired than
he did durmg the first day of
hla trial yesterday, and speak-
ing in such a tow voice as to
be hardly audible, took the
stand after the Court had heard
11 prosecution witnesses offer
evidence against him and his
three co-defendants.
The Court seemed to be
hurrying the trial so as to con-
clude it before United States
Independence Day tomorrow.
Three other employes of the
AP, all Czechs, pleaded guilty
to espionage before a five-man
state court In Pankrac prison
yesterday.
The four defendants had all
been held Incommunicado for
more than two months.
Oatls did not enter a formal
plea of Innocence or guilt, but
answered with a simple 'yes"
when asked, "Did you carry out
espionage?"
Later he refused to admit
prosecution allegations that he
knew the alleged murderer of
a Czech army officer, or that
he had spied on army ma-
neuvers.
(In Frankfurt, official Amer-
ican sources released an account
of the trial in which Oatls was
described as "self-possessed, but
pale and strained to a point
almost unrecognlzeable. His an-
swers were apparently memoriz-
ed in advance. Oatls had ap-
parently been denied his glasses,
and was instructed not to look
around at the spectators/')
Seaman Quits On
Ship Jumping Idea;
Pal Beats Him Up
Iaan Rllsalu found out the
hard wav that it's costly to go
back on your word. Even If the
promise means Jumping ship. He
and another shipmate of the SS
Talca, Leslie Watson, had agreed
to Jump ship when the Talca
reached Gatun Locks.
But somewhere between Cris-
tobal and Gatun Locks he got
cold feet. When Watson arrived
to consummate the agreement,
early yesterday morning. Rllsalu
refused to leave. This so Infuria-
ted Watson that he knocked Rll-
salu onto a bunk In their cabin
and beat him up. Rllsalu suffered
severely swollen eyes, a slight
hemorrhage and a 2 Inch cheek
laceration.
Although Rllsalu did not desire
to prosecute, according; to a Cris-
tobal police report, he was ad-
mitted to Colon Hospital where
he will probably be confined for
two or three days.
Rllsalu. 36. Is an Estonian and
Watson, 26. is an Englishman.
Both men were employed by the
English Registry ship Talca as
greasers.
Police Investigation followed a
telephoned request from the
Control House Operator at Gatun
Locks for police assistance.
No further action is being
taken.
lng men might have Joined "lour
other Communists missing since
being Indicted June 20 on similar
charges.
The Justice Department plans
to prosecute any persons harbor-
ing and concealing the missing
eight.
The FBI, which refused to
comment on whether the men
might have "skipped the coun-
try,'' said it was "making its full
facilities available to ascertain
their whereabouts." Communist
sources professed, not to know
where they were.
The seven leaders who were led
off to prison for five-year terms
were defiant at their final hear-
ing yesterday and smiled and
waved to sympathizers as they
walked from thei court room.
About one-third of the court-
room audience stood and wav-
ed back.
Some in the audience were
among the 17 Red leaders ar-
rested two weeks ago on charges
similar to those of which the 11
were convicted.
Trie missing men are Henry
Winston, 40, Mississippi-born ne-
gro and the party's national or-
ganization secretary; Gus Hall,
41, Ohio chairman; Gilbert
Green, 44, Illinois chairman; and
Robert G. Thompson, 36, New
York State chairman. All except
ThotWpson (face five years in
Jail; he received a three year
sentence because of his war re-
cord.
The 11 had been ordered to
stay In the southern district of
New York while free In ball, but
Hall was reported to have vis-
ited Cleveland last week. Green
moved from his former home in
Chicago last year and left no
forwarding address. Winston and
Thompson were not to be found
at their homes here. Their at-
torneys offered no explanation
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)
Little League'
Fund Hits $2,200
Little League contributions
today were up to $2.204 after
donations were received bv The
Panama American from the
VFW Post 727. for $10. the VFW
Post 38G2 for $38.22. Gregory of
Albrook $3 and the 408th Ord-
nance M. M. Co. at Corozal $57
The previously reported total
to send Canal Zone Little Lea-
guers to the States was $1,846.14.
Other donations today were
$181.00 from the 516th Car Co
Hq. and Ho. Co. at Amador;
$38.25 from Booster ticket sales
at Balboa, and $30.50 from
Booster ticket sales at the Pedro
Miguel Boat Club.
Collections from Hq. and Hq.
Co. Special Troops and Hq.
Company. 516th Transportation
Car Company, both of Fort A-
mador are being made. the first
sergeants report. Cordial sup-
port for the Junior diamond
stars Is expected from these two
baseball-conscious Army units.
The campaign, designed to
raise $5.000 necessary to cover
the expenses of the Little Lea-
gue team, is almost at the half-
way mark. The tema will par-
ticipate in a Stateside tourna-
ment In July and August.
Early Action
Promised On
Tax Relief
WASHINGTON, July 3 (UP)
Walter Wagner, representative of
the Panam Canal Zone Metal
Trades Council and Central La-
bor Union, said today that early
action had bean promised on In-
come tax relief for the Zone.
The undertaking came from
Sen. Walter George, chairman of
the Senate Finance Committee,
which now has the bill before It.
Pointing out that the bill now
requires only Senate approval
Wagner said: "Wc are over the
hump, I think."
He said that In talks with Sen-
ator George he had emphasized
that Sept, 15 la the deadline for
action, since this is the limit on
the temporary waiver of tax pay-
ments Ri;nted by the Treasury.
Republican Representative Da-
niel Heed voiced a strong plea
for Canal Zone Income) tax relief
In today s official Congressional
Record.
He said: "The need lbr this re-
TOKYO, July 3 (UP) Savage fighting resumed on
sectors of the Korean front today less than 48 hours be-
fore the possible beginning of peace talks. '
Exhausted infantrymen drove fanatical Chinese Com-
munists from a 3,500-ft peak south of Pyonggang even as
General Matthew B. Ridgway accepted the Red offer to
parley, at Kaesong July 10 to July 15 and suggested that
preliminary talks be held in Kaesong July 5.
Neither Peiping nor Pyonggang radios had made any
specific acknowledgement this afternoon of Ridgway's
acceptance of the Red's offer.
A Peiping .broadcast said Communist China entered
the Korean War largely to protect Manchuria, and
was willing to talk about lasting peace if the American
"threat" to the Manchurian frontier is removed.
Ridgway suggested an earlier meeting would save lives.
medial le
the retro
new tax
ship in
Reed s
sure wh>
He tolC
savings o
and mllli
nal Zone
ertax d
the firs'
against
withheld, j
He ail.ied: "As
dividual* hai
borrow money
their in
V> because
Ion of the
due hard-
cases."
Belief mes-
approved,
that the
employes
in the Ca-
ent to cov-
ecelved for
1950, and
had been
The imminence of peace talks
seemed to have stirred both sides
to last minute efforts to take or
hold commanding ground.
The capture of the peak today
came alter three days of bloody
It these In-
forced to
der to pay
"his unfor-
tunate situation hair had a most
detrimental impact on the mor-
ale of he people of our posses-
sions."
Navy Blimps To
Fly Backwards
A new propeller, designed to
let blimps fly backwards has
been announced by the Navy.
The reverse action will per-
mit blimps to stop and stand
still, regardless of the wind,
the Curtlss-Wrlght Corp. said.
It is believed the Idea will faci-
litate the search for enemy
submarines.
The first blades are ready
for the Navy's newest blimp,
one of the largest yet made.
It Is (Y) feet long, carries a crew
of 14, and has about five times
more helium gas capacity than
previous blimps.
PA Celebrates
The Fourth
Tomorrow is the day of
the American Society party
in Panama, of fireworks and
widespread celebration of the
Fourth of July.
The Panama American
joins in the celebrating by
giving its employes a day
off.
So. there will be no issue
of The Panama American
tomorrow.
See yea again on Thurs-
day!
Ridgway Gives Reds
Suggested Program
For Parley Envoys
TOKYO. July I (UP) The
text of General Matthew.B. Rldg-
way's acceptance of the" Red of-
fer to talk peace read:
"Since an agreement on the
terms of an armistice have lo pre-
cede the .cessation ot hostilities.
any delay in a mectiht< and til'
reaching an agreement, will pro-
long the fighting and Increase
the losses.
"If you concur, my liaison of-
ficers, the senior of whom will
not be above the rank of Colonel,
will depart from the Klmpo air-
field, southwest of Seoul, by heli-
copter at 11 p.m. O.M.T.. on July
4th (9:00 a.m. July 51 Tokyo time,
or (8:00 p.m. EST July 4> or at
the same hour any day agreed
upon for this meeting, and pro-
ceeding direct to Kaesong.
"To Insure the efficient ar-
rangement of many details con-
nected with the first meeting, I
propose that not to exceed three
of my liaison officers have a pre-
liminary meeting with a mem-
ber of yours In Kaesong on July
5th or as soon thereafter as
practicable.
"In the event of bad weather,
these officers will proceed In a
convoy of three unarmed quar-
ter-ton trucks. The trucks, com-
monly known as Jeeps, will pro-
ceed along the main road from
Seoul to Kaesong.
"The convoy will cross the Im-
jlm River on the Seoul-Kaesong
Road, at about 11:00 p.m. GMT
July 4th (9:00 a.m. Tokyo time
or at the same hour on the day
agreed to this meeting.
"The convoy bearing your liai-
son officers will be granted im-
munity from attacks by my forc-
es, providing vou advise me of its
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 6)
Ruth Hussey Interview
Over HOG Tonight
Radio Station HOG will pre-
sent an Interview tonight at 6
p. m with Ruth Hussey. recent-
ly starring in Paramount's "Mr.
Music."
A top-flight actress of the
screen. Miss Hussey was form-
erly a woman commentator on
a radio station in Providence.
Rhode Island.
fighting in the mountain lnslda
the one-time Iron Triangle.
An armored column of 40 tankf
sliced behind the Red position.
and protected sweating Allied
troopers scaling the north slope.'
of the peak. Previous attempt:
made on the east, west and south
slopes had failed.
Bloody hand to hand combat
raged on the surrounding hill- ,
sides. For the most part United,
Nations troops failed to dlslodgf
the Chinese, who fought from.
blinkers apparently impervious tc
Allied artillery fire.
A three-hour artillery duel-
one of the longest of the war
raged between Allied and Red.
guns on the eastern front, with.
the Reds trading 250 rounds oC;
78 mm. shells for twice as many
Allied 105 inni. and 155 mm
shells.
Forward Allied observers ad
mltted: "We had never encoun-
tered anything like this In thr
way of counter battery fire be-
fore."
Shooting 8tars napalmed al-
most 100 rail cars in the Kyoml-
po marshalling yard. Other
Shooting Stars and Mustangn
strafed targets in North Korea
Parking Service
For 44th' Party
At US Embassy
To reduce traffic and parklnp
delay for the large number o
persons expected to attend the
Fourth of July reception from 11
to 12:30 at the United States Em-,
bassy Residence on La Cresta,,
special arrangements have beer^
made, with the cooperation vt
the Chief of the National Polid
of Panam for routing reception,
traffic. .
Also, guests arriving wlthou
chauffeurs may wish to know
that upon arrival at the entrance
to the Residence, their cars will
be taken and parked by experi-
enced drivers who will return cari
to guests at the Residence whe
they are ready to leave.
Grand Opening
Of Legion Home
Set For Tonight
The new Post 1 American Le-
gion home will have Its grand
opening tonight at 8 p.m. la
the former Sailfish Club build-
ing.
The 71st Army Band will pro-
vide the music for the occa-
sion and door prizes will ba
given. Complimentary ticket*
may be obtained at the door.
Canal Zone Fourth Of July Program
PACIFIC SIDE
8-00 a.m.Flag-raising ceremony at the Balboa Prado by the
Boy Scouts of America and the U. S. Air Force Band.
8:15 a.m.Children's parade, led by the U. S. Air Force Band,
starting at College Place. Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts
will participate In uniform. All children entering the
parade should be at College Place not later than 1:00
a.m., at which time distribution of flags, paper hats
and noisemakers will be made.\
8:30 a.m.Tank Display. *_.
9:00 a.m.Junior track meet at the Balboa Stadium. Atn-
letic events in La Boca.
10:00 a.m.Free movies Diablo Heights Theater.
1:00 p.m.At the La Boca Playground the distribution of
paper hats and noisemakers will be made under the
direction of Aston Parchment, Physical Education Dl-
1:30 to 3:00 p.m.Kiddie train and tank display In La Boca.
1:30 pjn^-Free movies at Cocol! Theater.
1:30 p.m.Basketball finals at the Balboa Gymnasium.
1:30 p.m.Swimming meet at the Balboa Clubhouse Pool.
3:30 p.m.Patriotic exercises at Balboa Stadium.
4:00 p.m.Massed band concert at Balboa Stadium. __ >-
4:00 p.m.Free movies at La Boca Theater.
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ATLANTIC SIDE
8 00 amFlag raising at Margarita School bv Boy Scout*.
9:00-12 noonFree rides for kiddies on train and engine.
8couts to keep order.
8:30-9:30 a.m."D" League basketball Margarita vs. Cris-
tobal at Margarita Gym.
9:30-10:30 a.m."C" League basketball Margarita vs. Cris-
tbal at Margarita Gym.
10:30-11:30 a.m."B" League basketball Margarita vs.
Cristobal at Margarita Gym
9:00-11:30 a.m.Band concert 80th Army Band.
11 00-12 noonTrack Meet at Ball Diamond.
1130-1:00 p.m.Refreshments under Margarita School.
130 p.m.Basketball Game: Margarita All Stars vs. Cristo-
bal High i Powells.
2:00 p.m.Swimming Meet Fort Gulick Pool.
8:00 p.m.Sunset colors by Bov Scout troop.
8:00 p.m.FIREWORKS (Aerial and Ground displays) from
Margarita Ball diamond. ________ _
!
6:00 p.m.Free movies at Gamboa Theater and Senior Track
Meet, at Balboa Stadium.
7:30 p.m.Fireworks display from Sosa Hill lasting approx-
imately one hour. The end of the display will be in-
dicated by the shooting of red, green and white flare*. :


AGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

>AX, JULY S, 1*51
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Iriona .....................................July 5
S.S. Telde.......................................July S
S.S. Cbiriqui ...................................July 9
S.8. Chiriqui ....................................July IS
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................July 2S
(Handllnt Refrlferated Chilled and General Cars)
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cod
.S.S. Cape Ann
..July 10
July 14
Weekly Sailing] lu New York, Lot Anjele, San francisco Seattle
Occasional Sailings lo New Orleans and Mobil
(The Steamers In this service ara limited Is twelve oassenien)
Frequent Freight Salllnn Irotn Cristobal Is Waft Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......July 10
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................July 14
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The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BX ROYAL CHARTER 1S4
Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSF.NER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SAMANCO" ................................July 17th
8.S. "CUZCO"....................................July 27th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"..................August 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
8.S. "FLAMENCO"" .............................July 9th
M.V. SANTANDER""................. .. ..July llUl
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
as. "PAMPAS1' ...................................July 17thN
B.S. "DIEMERDYK" ..............................July 17th
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.V. "DURANDO"" ..............................July 5th
B.S. "DUIVENDYK"........................ .....July 10th
Accepting passengers in First, Cabin and Third Claw.
^Superior accommodation arailable for passengers
All Sailings Subject to Chance without Notles.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal Pel. I6S4 ISM
FORM COMPANY INC. Panam Tel. 3-1157/1231: Balboa IMS
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Shipping & Airline News
David and El Volcan
Excursions Announced
Tourist Commluloner Jose M.
Delgado R.. o the Colon Cham-
ber of Commerce, has announced
that the next chartered for plane
trip will be to David on Saturday.
A 26 passenger DCS has been
chartered for the trip which will
leave Tocumen airfield at 8 a.m.,
arriving at David about 10 a.m.
The rest of the day will be spent
visiting in nearby villages.
Early Sunday a bus trip will be
made up to El Volcan and Cerro
Punta, where some fantastically
shaped mountains can be seen,
ideal for camera fiends and ar-
tists.
The group will return to Pana-
ma City about 7 p.m. on Sunday.
The fare for this trip including
plane, bus, meals and room Is
$35.00,
Call Colon Chamber of Com-
merce, Colon phone 807, or Tour-
ist Director Fred Busch, Cristobal
2315.
of Middle American affairs for
the U.S. State Department, Is
visiting Mexico, Panama and five
Central American countries on a
month-long trip to discuss Inter-
American matters with the va-
rious governments.
Leaving Houston, Texas, for
Mexico City by Pan American
World Airways Clipper last Sat-
urday, the U.S. official Is spend-
ing a week In the Mexican capl-
Capltal. He will arrive In Pana-
ma July 24.
State Dept. Official Visiting
Central America
Edward Cale, deputy director
Four US Sailors
Have Same Wife
In Every Port
COBH. IrelarJl, July 3 (UP)
Four United States tailors with
the tame wive In very port
found their brides waiting at the
Sigplank today when their
ps docked.
Three of the wives haven't
missed meeting their husbands
since destroyers Dennis J. Buck-
ley and Samuel B. Roberts got
underway on an Atlantic cruise.
They met the ships at ports In
Italy. France. England. Wales and
Scotland.
"Most officers Join the navy,
leave their wives behind and see
the world," Mrs. Metta King of
Burllngame, Calif., aid. "But we
wanted to see the world too. so we
decided to meet them at every
port of call."
Mrs. King, who married Ens.
Daniel King six months ago. met
Mrs. Phyllis Rudd of Pittsburgh.
Pa when they sailed aboard the
French liner lie de France on the
same mission.
The two others are sirs. Marlon
Butler, wife of Lt. Herbert But-
ler, New Rochelle.N.Y., andMrs.
Elizabeth Lohrey. wife or Ins.
Curt Lohrey. Worcester. Mass.
Mrs, Lohrey. whose wedding
took place three weeks ago In
Oermany, just joined the group.
The "Dan" in Jordan river
o Biblical fame eomes from
the same Dan a- in
Dan to Beersheba." Once these
two settlements marcea me
northern and southern limits of
Palestine, notes the National
Oeographlc Society. Today. Dan
is still on the northern boundary
of Israel, but the acquisition of
the Negeb has made Beersheba
Israel's outpost at the edee of its
southern desert rather than a
marker of land's end.
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Help Problem
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took a loss just
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Probably each of us knows
some bridge player who plays by
hunch, and most of us wish we
didn't. A hunch Is that strange
Instinct that tells a bridge player
he's right whether he is or not.
When today's hand was actual-
ly played. South had a hunch
that the king of trumps would
drop. He took the opening lead In
dummy with the ace of clubs, fin-
essed the queen of spades and
then confidently banged down
the ace of spades.
This brilliant maneuver did de-
clarer no good at all. He had to
lose a trump, a diamond, and two
club*.
Do I hear somebody say that
the contract must be lost any-
way? Look again, for South can
make four spades if he plays the
hand properly.
Correct play is to win the first
trick with the ace of clubs and
finesse the queen of spades to be-
gin with. When the finesse holds.
South should abandon trumns.
The chance that the king will
drop is far too small.
South leads a heart to dum-
my's ace and ruffs a heart with
the eight of spades. He leads a
diamond to the king and ruffs
another heart with the nine of
spades. He then gets to dummy
with the ace of diamonds and
ruffs still another heart with the
ten of spades.
This leaves South with just the
ace-jack of spades and three los-
ing cards In the minor suits. He
leads a club or a diamond to let
the enemy take their three tricks.
When they have done so some-
body else will be In the lead, and
South-must surelv make both his
ace and bis jack of trumps,

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with
saAJUat aWOPLB UUT OUR VVA*
By J. at WILLIAM!
egad.' ins eNcouNTeeeo
OrJLY D6TOUR4 Oti f^OSX
AMeMUBC OF FIMANCIA.U
HeLP~~ BUT I'M A'
DeTERMIrJeD ATUB
ANCIENT SPARTANS
-THAT MERATOtO'
PAPtR GOCKZ IDCA
6WAIL BE REALireD.'
X MOtif X'LL. PAVJM OH* *
Of MY HISTORIC TRSAaaOReSB.'
- THI6 HALTER. FROM THe
ORIGINAL OLD (5RAY MARC _
THAT IM6PIRED THE taOriaS ?
crusoe'6 umbrella?
William tsll*s bow and
ARROvi? or.-me
- 6HO FROM PAUL.
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NIX ON THE BOOKS. (SOlDlELAY
OFF OF 'EM.' IF VOL/RE SEEM TAKIM'
JUSTME BOOK OFFA THEM SHELVES,
I'M SUMK--MYSUMMER IS RUIMED.'
1 FLUNKED ENC5LISH AND MY MOTHER
FUMMY IDEAS AWFUL OUICk..'
COME OM, LET'S C5ET
OUTA HERE.'
.
at
Lunch Taken On Run
Is Family Gsrbage
FLINT. Mich.. July 3 (Wil-
liam Cousins rushed out of his
home. recently on his way to
work and grabbed what he
thought was his lunch.
However, he carried the fa-
mily garbage to work.
Slim Fat Away
If fat ruins yuur nure or aaafcea
rou ehori of breath and enllantara
your health, rou will fln It eaer
U Iom a half pound a day w.ta It.
new Hollywood method called
POIUIODC. No draatlc dleUnf ar
aaarclaa. Absolutely sale. Aakrow
chemist for rORWOOB and MS4t
Uaamiruj Ioomctow.
Damages Mysterious
But City Gets Check
BINOHAMTON. N.Y.. July S
(UP) If their faith In the hon-
esty of man was shaken. It has
been restored to city officials
here.
A Pennsylvania trucking firm
offered the city $105.10 for prop-
erty damage caused by one of Its
trucks.
The city fathers were grateful
but they had no knowledge of the
damage. What's more, they could
find no record of lt In the city
MAKE
Z MINE
MONTEZUMA
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TUMBAY. JULY t, 1W1
- PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAHY NEWEPAPtB
PAOETHRn-

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Bo, 393, &/L, Jk9ku-OoL BaLa 28 72
1NVWATION8 ARE BEING SUTO FOT WHS MARRIAGK
OP MISS MARIA TERESA HEALY AND ROBERTO ALEMN
Invitations re beln IsstMd for the marrlate of Miss Ma-
rte T.ma He\ly. daufhter of Mr. and ^ '?"""*
Healv Jr. to Roberto Ramon Alemn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
"UoAtoman. which will take place Saturday evening, the
fwrtefnth .f Jufy, at tight o'clock at Cristo e, Church
Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mr. Healy Will give a
reception at the Panama Golf Club.
I
American Embassy
Reception Tomorrow
The Embassy of the United
States of America will receive the
American colony in Panama to-
morrow from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
on the occasion of the 175th an-
niversary of the Declaration of
Independence of the united
States of America.
To reduce traffic and parking
delay for the large number of
persona expected to attend the
reception, special arrangements
have been made, with the coop-
eration of the Chief of the Na-
tional Police of Panam, for rout-
ing reception traffic.
Alao, guest, driving their own
cars may wish to know that upon
arrival at the entrance to the
Embassy Residence1, their cars
will be taken and parked by ex-
perienced drivers who Will return
cars to guests at the residence
when they are ready to leave.
Paeifie Side Residenti to Attend
The Annual Beefsteak Dinner
At the Straniers' Club
Members of the Diplomatic
Corps accredited to Panam, of-
ficials of the Panamanian gov-
ernment, and high government
and military officials of the Ca-
Inal Zone will visit the Atlantic
side this evening to attend the
traditional Independence Day
Eve Beefsteak Dinner scheduled
for tonight at the Strangers' Club
in Colon.
9
Announcement of
Appreaehlng Marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hus-
um of Chicago, Illinois, announce
the forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Shirley Anne, to
Mr. Lawrence Barcar Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barca of
Margarita, which will be solemn-
ized on Friday evening at seven
o'clock at St. Mary's Catholic
Church in Balboa. All friends of
the couple are Invited.
Mr*. James Curtis
Honored at Shower
Miss Barbara Fritz and Miss
Jean Horter were hostesses at a
miscellaneous shower in honor of
a recent bride, Mrs. James Cur-
tis, the former Miss Gloria Glaze,
given on Sunday at the residence
of Miss Fritz" parents. Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Fritz in Balboa. Miss
Ginger Coffey served the punch.
Guests Included several college
students who are visiting their
famlUes here for the summer.
Those present, with Mrs. Curtis,
were .Mrs. Frances Horter, Mrs.
W. Ci Fritz. Mrs. Latry Jones. Mrs.
Ronald fleeley, Mrs. Lloyd Kent,
Mrs. Ernest Krueger, and the
Misses Elaine Lombard, Phyllis
Albrltton, Jean Saarinen, Royna
Reece, Ellen Watklns, Eileen
Schneider, Virginia Ryter, Jackie
Smith, Susie Hutchlngs, Jeanine
Dorgan, Beatrice Reyes, Aloha
Holcomb, Joan Bentr, Wilma Hi-
dalgo, Barbara Schnake and Gin-
ger Coffey,
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Open House Tonight ,
At American Legion Home
All members of the American
Legin and the Legion Auxiliary
on the isthmus and their guests
are'invited to attend the Open
House this evening at the new
American Legion Home, the for-
mer Paeifie Sailflsh Club, at Ft.
Amador.
Dr. and Mrs. Pixley
Will Sail on Friday
Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Pixley of
Balboa, accompanied by their
daughters Karen and Barbara,
will sail on Friday, aboard the
SjS. Ancon for New York. They
LADIES OF THE C. Z.
TAKE LIFE E. Z.
USE
"ROYOX"
Washes Clothes
Grocery & Drug Stores
will visit in Attica, New York,
with Dr. Plxle/s family, then
leave for Charlotte, North Caro-
lina, where they will make their
home. Dr. Pixley will be a resi-
dent physician in obstetrics and
gynecology on the staff of the
Charlotte Memorial Hospital. For
the past three years Dr. Pixley
has been a member of the staff
of Gorgas Hospital.
Bridc-To-Be Surprised
At Linen Shower
Miss Shirley Husum of Curun-
du, whose marriage to Mr. Law-
rence Barca of Margarita will
take place on Friday, was the
guest of honor at a surprise Unen
shower at the Fern Room of The
Hotel Tlvoll on Thursday eve-
ning. Miss Patricia Kuller was the
hostess, and guests included
members of Beta Sigma Phi and
co-workers of Miss Husum at the
Inter-American Geodetic Survey
in Balboa.
Those attending were Miss An-
ne Alleyne, Mrs. Eleanor Husum,
Mrs. Alice Myers, Miss Claire
Hermanny, Mrs. Jean Perry, Miss
Stella Gilbert, Miss Nanette
Lynch, Mrs. William Plttenger,
Mrs. Kathleen Fulton, Miss Ge-
nie Williams, Miss Jacqueline
Smith, Mrs. Benjamin Kuller,
Mrs. Patricia Lennevllle, Miss Vi-
vian Madlem, Mrs. John Fon-
taine, Miss Patricia Leach, Mrs.
Paul Romance, Mrs. Clifford
Stearns, Miss Joan Powell, Miss
Marian Karlger, Mrs. Robert Eg-
llnton, Mrs. Patty Baker, Miss
Shirley Walsh, Mrs. Leo Cagley,
Mrs. Theodore Schmidt, Miss Jer-
ry Archer, Mrs. Juan Duran, Mrs.
Fred .Reynolds, Mrs. Lawrence
Barca, Mrs. Francis Lough ran.
Mrs. Joseph Wertz, and Mrs. A. J.
Daniel.
Chante of Residence
Mrs. George 8. Bennett, who
was the guest of her son-in-law.
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don-
A if TIE
SCRATCH?
Don't neglect ill
Guard against infection with
BAND-AID
aid C. Grefe, until their depar-
ture Sunday on vacation, has
changed her residence to the
Franconla Apartments, Calle 49,
number 6, Bella Vista.
Mrs. Bennett plans to sail in
the near future for California en
route to Honolulu for a visit with
her son and daughter-in-law.
Commander and Mrs. George
Bennett.
Mrs. Adams Honored
At Shower On Sunday
Mrs. Rita Adams of Quarry
Heights was the guest of honor at
a shower given on Sunday after-
noon In the Fern Room of the
Hotel Tivoli by Miss Gertrude
Joustra and Miss Dorothy Engle-
brlght.
With Mrs. Adams, guests for
the occasion were Miss Catherine
Joustra, Miss Betty Mulllns, Miss
Mary.Louise Turman, Miss Betty.
Atrlck, Miss Jean Van Evera, Miss
Jeanette McClaren, Miss Frances
Alexaitls. Mrs. Dorma DeVoll,
Mrs. Sylyla Brady, Mrs. Doris
Graham, Mrs. Florence Redman,
Mrs. Jackie Stringer, and Mrs.
Delores Harris.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denlson
of Curundu announce the birth
of a daughter, Linda Gall, on
Jury 1 at Gorgas Hospital. Mrs.
Denlson, the former Miss Barba-
ra Gunn, is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Landon Gunn of Gam-
boa. The new arrival Is the first
great-grandchild of Mr. and Mrs.
William Housel of New Cristobal.
Former Isthmian Residents
Leave After Visit Here
Mr. and Mrs. William Santislere
left today by plane for their home
in New York after a short visit to
the Isthmus during which they
were guests at El Panam. They
visited here with their son and
daughter-in-law, Captain and
Mrs. Howard Buehler of Balboa
and with old friends of theirs
from Canal construction days,
during which they were Canal
Zone residents. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Maene Honored
At Farewell Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Maene of
Diablo Heights, and their son,
Jackie, who will sail on Friday
aboard the S.S. Ancon to make
their home in Atlantic City, New
Jersey, were guests at a farewell
dinner given In their honor last
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Greg-
ory G. Cartotto at their residence
In Ancon.
Mr. Johnson to
Leave Tomorrow
F.R. Johnson of Balboa Heights
will sail tomorrow aboard the
M.S. Trein Maersk for San Fran-
cisco, California, en route to Wis-
consin to join Mrs. Johnson on a
vacation of several months to be
speajin the United States.-
sfritish Consul
Is VUltorHere
The British Consul In Call, Co-
\
Hang Flag over the middle
of a street vertically, the
union facing north on east-
west street and east on a
north-south street.
lombla, and Mrs. Arthur W. Law-
rence and their two sons arrived
Saturday from Colombia and
have been guests at Hotel El Pan-
ama. They will leave today en
route to England, where they will
vacation for several months.
Vacationing in Lima
Mrs. Jose Remon and her sis-
ter-in-law Miss Julieta Remon
departed yesterday via Branlff
for a vacation in Lima, Peru.
Imported '
Canned Hams
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Bathroom Olass Shelves...... 3.25
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Plastic Shower Curtains....... 2.50
Shower Curtain Sets .......... 595
Bath Towels (5-colors) '........ 165
Plastic Salad Sets .............. .60
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Helpful Hints
Dresser drawers that stick In
damn weather can be made
smooth-opening by treating the
Inside surfaces with a thin
coat of shellac. Since dampness
causes unfinished wood to swell,
schedule your paint Job for a
dry day.

For good results In cleaning
and pollshlnn decorative glass-
ware like vases, candlesticks and
bowls, try rubbing them with a
paste made of water-dampened
baking soda. A small brush will
aid you In reaching dirt In
hard-to-net-to areas; It will also
assist you In removing stubborn
spots. When the glassware Is
clean, rinse and dry well with a
non-lint-leavlng cloth.
Fish and rice are the chief sta-
ples in the diet of the peoples of
southeast Asia, says the National
Geographic Society. The inhab-
itants of Malaya, for instance,
eat an average of considerably
more than 90 pounds of fish each
year.
>>>>>>>>
Investment in Luxury Pays Off
The Duty-Free Store sells for
$648.00 what costs in California'
$1300.00.-
Well, Ladles and Gents, this
is a really grand Investment
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DRAGON RUGS that are be-
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now be bought at the Duty-
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for a mere $648.00 (yes, they're
duty-free!)
This Is possible because
CASA FASTLICH ordered
these beautiful rugs a long
time before trouble started In
Korea . >o here Is the an-
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make... wool prices then were
low, low, compared to what
they are now.
Be a "wise guy" for once
and grab this opportunity to
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---------------WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE--------------------------------------

to our distinguished clientele that starting TOMORROW -
JULY 4th a new BETTING SERVICE will be available for
your convenience and enjoyment. We have a direct telephone
line from Juan Franco.
Comfortably seated . enjoying a cold beer . you may
pick your winners, place your bets, and follow the excitement
of each race I
BETS RECEIVED from 10 a.m. for all races as well as all
1 daily doubles, one-twos, and Quinielas.
TOMORROW 4th July-Music by Pablito Acosta's Orchestra from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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fHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
lull I
ESDAT, 7TLY 3, 1951
Large Array Of Stars To Participate In July 4th Track Meet
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Top Three-Year-Olds To Renew' Panama, CZ
Feud In $50,000 Dwyer Stakes Top Athletes
To Take Part
NEW YORK, July 3 (UP)This
week's racing may see a definite
nominee for the three-year-old
championship. This coming Sat-
urday, they'll run the $50,000
'Dwyer Stakes at Aqueduct Park
In New York.
The field will Include Battle-
field, Counterpoint, Count Turf
and Uncle Mlltle. That's Just
tibout the best the'e Is in this
fear's crop of three-year-olds,
and from that group probably
Will come the champion. Count
Turf has won the Kentucky Der-
by, Counterpoint the Belmont
Stakes and Uncle Mlltle and Bat-
tlefield both were pre-season fa-
vorites for three-year-old honors.
Uncle Mlltle broke down after
showing promise In an overnight
sprint, while Battlefield was slow
Toundl;:s Into form. However,
Battlefield owned by George
Wldenercame through with a
thrilling win Saturday in the
Shevlln, and promises to be ready
tor this week's Dwyer.
* When the race was over jockey
Ovie Scurlock said. "I rode a
sweet colt. He wanted to go to the
Hiqh Blood Pressure
If High Blood Pressure make*
you dlzry, have palne around
heart, headaches, ahort breath, In-
alKestlon, palpitation, and swollen-
ankles, you oan get almoat Inatant
relief from thee* geruus armp-
toma with IIYNOX. Ask your
themlatfor HYN'uX today and feal
eare younger in a fes aya.
front at the head of the stretch
and he responded when I shook
hlni up at the end."
Alerted, too, ran a good race
in losing by a nose to Battlefield,
and the Hampton Stable colt
probably has earned a starting
berth In the Dwyer. Alerted has
won five of 19 starts this year,
and has been close up many more
times. i
Jockey Earl Gross said he had
no excuse for the race Alerted
ran. "I couldn'frhave lost by more
than the width of my finger,"
said Gross.
Uncle Mlltle has been on the
shelf for the past six weeks. How-
ever, the big Jack Colando colt
has been training well at his
owner's Jersey farm, There may
be a hitch between now and the
Dwyer which would keep Uncle
Mlltle on the sidelines. However,
there's many a rallblrd who feels
there's no better time than this
Saturday, and no better distance
than the Dwyer's mile and one-
quarter, to bring the Colando
three-year-old back to the racing
wars.
At any rate, the way it shapes
up now, the Dwyer should be one
of the year's top events, with the
three-year-olds battling once
again in an effort to bring some
order to their so far chaotic divi-
sion.
At 5:00 p.m. tomorrow, Balboa
Stadium will be the scene of one
of the Canal Zone's sports high-
lights of the year. The Indepen-
dence Day track and field cham-
pionships meet Is an annual af-
fair, and brings together the fin-
est track and field athletes from
he Canal Zone and Panama.
This year, all of the events are
packed with men of ability and
competitive spirit. Every one of
the entrants Is out to do his very
best to bring home a trophy. It is
very likely that some of the ex-
isting records will fall.
The 440-yard relay should be
very close between the two teams
entered. One team, composed of
Charles McArthur. Bob Young,
Bob Gibson, and Walter Trout, Is
capable of setting a new mark for
this event. Henry Cruz has been
getting in shape and will be hard
to beat In the 880 and the mile.
Bob Gibson, who now holds he
Canal Zone high Jump record at
8'2'" is favored to win this event
and also the broad Jump. Bob Is
capable of sailing past the 22'
mark In the broad jump and set-
ting a record In that event also.
Oliver Swaby and Bob Young
will be pushing each other In the
100. and with a fast track the
time will be 10 seconds or less.
There are 18 events In all. with
plenty of competition In every
one of them. The field events will
start at 5:00 p.m., and the first of
the finals in the track event at
8:00.
High Power Rifle Match
Set For Far Fan Sunday
Al Joyce, the genial rifle man-
ager of the Balboa Gun Club, has
announced that another of his
popular 30-06 rifle matches will
be held next Sunday, July 8, at
the 200-yard range at Far Fan.
Firing will start as early as possi-
ble, and shooter will go on the
line In the order of their arrival
at the range.
Joyce, In making his announce-
ment, seemed somewhat dis-
traught. He sa.i4, "Of couraa, you
know that all shooters are treat-
ed equalJy on the range here dur-
ing competition, However, due to
popular request, thl coming
shoot Is going to be entitled
Knock Off Jaffray Day.' There Is
a unanimous opinion among lo-
cal big bore shooters that this
thing has gone far enough. Until
this club can pass a constitution-
al amendment to get Jaffray out
of first place, somebody is going
to have to outshoot him. He don't
care who does It, especially If it's
me, and don't think I'm not going
to try!"
While your reporter doesn't feel
that this is really and truly a
sportsmanlike attitude, he can see
Al's point. After all, if one man Is
going to win all the hardware,
the other shooters will all quit,
and then where would we be?
We have heard about grudge
matches In football and boxing,
but never before in shooting. For-
tunately target shooters are con-
ditioned to taking out their
grudges by shooting holes In pa-
per targets Instead o pllnking
one another In the head. Bo the
big question seems to be, come
8unday, who is going to nail the
leathery Jaffray hide figura-
tively, of course) to the Club-
house door?
This match, by the way, will be
fired over the regular DCM
course, except that the new Class
"A' 'target will be used all the way
through. This doesn't make
things easier for anybody, as
they all found out the last time
this course was fired.
Among those out to topple Jaf-
fray from his precarious seat of
eminence, besides Al Joyce him-
self, will be Clayton Breckon.
Sturtevant Todhunter Todd (my.
how those sonorous syllables
tumble out df the typewriter), R.
C. Stringer. Archie Turner. Lew
Ryan, Bill Merriman, Lt. Coun-
selman, Paul Anderson, "Dude"
Lucas, and many another medal-
hungry big bore marksman.
Pull 'em and paste 'em boys,
and may the more able competi-
tor emerge victorious!
La Boca Sports
LA BOCA SENIOR SOFTBALL
LEAGUE
In a mad scramble for second
half-season honors, four teams
are bunched at the head of the
standings.
Team Standings
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Alumni........4 1
Reliance Insurance 4 1
Pan'rna Radio Corp 4 1
Spur Cola......8 l
Mueblera Ideal ..2 1
Chesterfield.....3 2
Panam stars .... 1 2
Cervecera...... 1 2
ptica Sosa.....1 3
Elks..........o 8
Leading Batsmen
AB H
W. Holder (PRO . 48
F. Morgan (A) . 34
L. Small (MI).... 30
J. Brathwalte (CN). 87
O. Raveneau (Ch.r 40
C. Nurse 18Ci.... 30
A. Reld (MI) .... 38
P. Malcolm (PRO 43
B. Williams (URO S3
tSTHMA and
RONCHITIS
C couch and couch, strangle, emit
and choke so ball that you caa hardly
breathe or Bleepdon't Buffer another
day from Bronchitis or Aathnia without
trying M.ns.co. Thia great internal
medicine, recently developed by a
scientific American laboratory, work*
Ihroiich the blood, thus reaching your
I.mi. and bronchial tubes. That s why
Mendaco works so fast to help you three
ways. 1. Helps nature dleeolre and re-
move thick atrsngllng mucus. J. Pro-
motes free eaey breathing and sound
sleep so you soon feel O.K. 1. Quickly
alleviates couching, wheeslnc, aneei-
inc. Uet Mendeeo-from your dt ugglsl
toaay. flee how much better you may
aleep tonight and how much belter yog
as feel tomorrow.
Fly to
COSTA RICA
for
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VIA
LACSA
(MA affiliate)
Depart Tocumen
Mon. St Thurs. 11:00 a.m.
PANAMA
DISPATCH SERVICE
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Of sea tour Travel Alent.
J. Leslie (A).....42
H. Daniels (MI) ... 32
G. Sealey (SO ... 41
E. Peusey (Ch.l. . 30
J. Holder (PRO . 42
C. Warner (SO ... 35
E. Holder (PRO . 38
A. Farrell (MI) . 28
T. Peterkln (PRO 48
A. Thomas (Co.) . 34
D. Tudor (SO.... 30
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.750
.687
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.471
.433
.432
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.400
.385
.385
.384
.381
.375
.386
.381
.357
.343
.342
.338
.326
.321
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Post Office needs but one game
to cop the second half-season
championship of the Pacific Divi-
sional Softball League. Army won
the first half-season title.
Standings and averages fol-
low:
Second Half-Beason
TEAMS Won Logt Pet.
Hugh Casey
Kills Self
ATLANTA, 6a,, July 3
(UP) Ex-Major League
baseball pitcher Hugh Casey,
38, shot himself to death in
a hotel room early today
while his estranged wife list-
ened to the shotgun blast by
telephone.
Casey, who won fame in
relief roles with the Brooklyn
Dodgers, was found lying on
his stomach in a third floor
room of the Atientan Hotel
with the telephone receiver
by his hand.
The fatal shot was also heard
by a close friend who had rushed
to Casey's downtown hotel room
hoping to prevent the suicide. He
died of a gunshot wound In the
throat.
The friendGordon McNabb,
an Atlanta realtorsaid he ar-
rived seconds too late.
Mrs. Kathleen Casey, 34, blam-
ed her husband's action on a pa-
ternity suit In New York In which
a girl named Hilda Welssman ac-
cused Casey of being the father
of her child.
Fourth 01 July
Athletic Program
The Independence Day Cele-
bration at Balboa will feature as
part of the program a full sched-
ule of athletic events. Starting; at
9:00 a.m., with a Junior boys' and
girls' track meet at the Balboa
Stadium, the program will con-
clude In the evening with the se-
nior men's track and field meet.
Jm 1:30 p.m. the Junior and se-
nior swimming meet will be held
at the Balboa Podl with a lull
card Of events which will see In
action the outstanding swimmers
and divers of Panama, the Armed
Forces and the Canal Zone.
Also at 1:30 p.m.. will be played
the champlonahip basketball
game at the Balboa Gymnasium.
This game will feature the Pan-
ama All-Stars and the US. Air
Force team from Albrook Field.
These two teams were victorious
Post Office.......4
Navy .. .. ......3
Army..........3
Commissary. .... 3
Building........0
Housing........0
Leading Batsmen
AB H
O. Burrows (C). . 30 18
R. Clarke (PO). . 22 11
A. Ortega (A) ... 22 10
R. Beckles (C) ... 27 12
M. Tulloch (A). . 39 17
A. Angermuller (O.. 24- f
E. Lynch (A) .... 1 7
Van Battenburg (O 30 11
C. Wilson (N) ... 24 S
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.444
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.367
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S. Brown (C). . .30 10 .333
Most Hits: M. Tulloch (Ai17.
Most Doubles: R. Beckles (O
4.
Most Triples: W. Howard (B)
5.
Most Home Runs: F. Bailey (B)
Most Runa Scored: R. Beckles
(O; A. Foster (P)12 each.
Most RBI's: C.Wilson (N)IS.
Most Stolen Bases: A. Ortega
(A); M. Tulloch (A); E. Lynch
(A); G. Duncan (O; R. Beckles
(CJ; D. Lashley (N)3 each.
Leading Pitchers
Won Lost Pet.
Long (PO).....4 300
O. Davis (A) . ..4 2 .687
G. Lawrence (N). 3 2 .800-
Next Game9:30 a.m. Sunday
.333 Post Office vs. Navy.
in the elimination
held last week.
tournament
The men'* track and field meet
wUl be held at the Balboa Sta-
dium starting at 5:00 p.m.Repre-
sentatives of the Armed Forces.
Panama and the Canal Zone will
vie for honors in a 13 event pro-
gram.
Awards will be presented to the
winners of 1st. 2nd and 3rd plac-
el in all individual swimming,
track and field event* with a-
wards also going to the members
of .the first place relay teams.
The ten players of the wlnnln*.
team in the basketball game will
receive awards.
All events on the program ara
free of charge.
July 4th Athletic Program
9:99 a.m. Bovs' and Girls'
Track Meet Balboa Stadium.
1:30 p.m. Jr.and Sr. Swim
Meet Balboa Pool.
1:39 p.m. Basketball (Pana-
ma vs Air Force) Balboa
Gymnasium.
5:90 p.m. Senior Men's Track
and Field Meet Balboa Sta-
dium.
Kool-Atd
, RACES TOMORROW
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DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th
9th. Race-1 Mile
4th of JULY CLASSIC
Purse $ 2.000.00 (added)
PHOEBUS APOLLO.................... C. Alfaro
PINARD.............................O. Chanis
FULL.................................K. Flores
WELSH LOCH.........................B. Pulido
MONTIELITO.......................C. Sanche*
(MAIN ROAD.........................V. Ortega
(CORSEWOOD...........................F. Rose
RATHLIN LIGHT.......................J. Avila
DICTADOR.............................A. Soto

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Yankees-Up Lead To Full Game Over White Sox
Indians Shade Chisox 3-2
While New Yorkers Win
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 3 The White Sox fell bock a
full game behind the American League leading Yankees
when the Indians shaded them 3-2 in Chicago last night
before 47,966 fans.
The Yankees, meanwhile,
smashed the Athletics 14-5 In a
Philadelphia night contest.
The loss was the White Sox
third In five games and their se-
venth in the last eleven. They
have been unable to put togeth-
er three straight victories In two
weeks. ,
The White Sox must also worry
about the threat of the Red Sox
closing in from the rear The
Red Sox beat the Senators 5-2 In
Washington last night In the on-
ly other American League game
and chopped the White Sox1 sec-
ond place lead to only two and
one-half games.
The Indians' pitching, which
has aUowed only five runs in
the last six games, proved too
much for the White Sox even
though an Injury forced start-
er Mike Garcia ont of the line-
"steve Gromek took over but
cave way to Lou Brissie In the se-
venth Inning when the White Sox
had the tying run on third. Brs-
ale pitched out of the jam and
preserved Garcla's eighth victory
by forcing Eddie Robinson to fly
out.
The Indians scored what prov-
ed to be the winning run In the
sixth inning when Jim Hegan
singled -and scored on Garcia s
The Athletics battered AUie
Reynolds for three runs In the
fourth inning to take a tempora-
ry 3-2 ad over the Yankees. But
the New Yorkers routed Bobby
Shantz in an eight-run fifth in-
ning In which Hank Bauer hom-
ered twice and Gene Woodling
once.
Gus Zernlal banged out his
' 19th home run. Ferris Fain hom-
ered for the Athletics.
Rookie Lefty Leo Kiely scat-
tered ten hits to win his first big
it-ague start and Vern Stephens
ilasted a two-run homer off Cu-
ban Connie Marrero to pace the
Red Sox.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers beat the Braves
6-1 In a Boston arc-light contest
as Preacher Roe scored his ele-
venth win. The Dodgers virtually
beat the Braves in the first in-
ning as Gil Hodges' 25th homer
featured a three-run rally at
Johnnv Sains expense.
Roe breezed behind the Dodg-
ers' 14-hit attack to make hi
season's total 11-1.
The Giants shaded the Phil-
lies 4-3 in a Polo Grounds after
dark game- The second place
New Yorkers didn't lose an inch
by the Dodger win after they
grabbed two unearned rana in
the first inning then gained
victory with Bobby Thomson's
homer in the sixth.
Murry Dlckson won his tenth
game 7-2 behind the Pirates' ten-
hit'attack on Frank Hiller and
Bob Schultz. The Pirates routed
Hiller In a five-run second In-
ning. Ransom Jackson's two-run
homer accounted for the runs off
Dlckson.
Max Lanier's seven-hitter and
the Cardinals' eleven-hit attack
proved too much for the Reds
who dropped their fourth conse-
cutive game 8-2.
Along The Fairways
SWEEPTAKES TORUNAMENT
A Sweepstakes Tournament
will be held on July 4th for all
members of Gamboa Golf Club.
Play will consist of 18 holes.
Medal score, with full handicap
allowed. Current handicaps will
govern play. Ladles will use
handicaps as shown on last
posting and will shoot from
Ladles' tees. Fifteen prizes will
be awarded.
Matches may be arranged in
two-somes, three-somes or four-
somes. The first eighteen holes
played on July 4th will be con-
sidered, the entering score. All
players will enter their names
on the tournament score sheet
prior to starting play. All putts
will be holed otu and local rules
will apply as shown on reverse
sid* of icore cards.
All score cards will be signed
ar i turned in for posting. Nine
hole play-off in event of ties.
This is a good opoprtunity for
all members and non-resident
members to start getting their
golf games into shape as the
annual Club Handicap Cham-
pionship will start within the
next two weeks. There will be
no entrv fee charged, so come
out on the 4th and enjoy a day
of golf and win yourself a prize.
RECORD RACING FIELD
Westbury, N. Y. (NBA). A
record 81 two-year-old pacers
have been nominated for the
$10.000 Knight Dream at Roose-
velt Raceway, July 31.
Margarita Sports
Standings of the Margarita
League
TEAMS Won Lost
Coco Solo..........2 0
Caribe............1 0
Powell's............1 0-
Westinghouse.......0 1
D Battery 903rd......0 1
Junior Varsity......0 2
Results of Friday night's games
Caribe 60, Junior Varsity 48.
Coco Solo 50, Westinghouse 40.
On Friday night Caribe showed
some real good basketball by de-
feating the Jnior Varsity by the
easy score of 60 to 48. Peltinovich
was high point man for the Ju-
nior Varsity with 17 points to his
credit. Ray Simons was the high
point man for the winning club
with 14 points.
In the second game of the night
Coco Solo came through for their
second victory by defeating West-
inghouse by the easy score of 50
to 40. Coco Solo looks like a very
hard team to beat In this league.
Hefner was high point man for
Coco Solo with 19 points. For'the
losing team Carlos Ibaez and
Salas were high point men for
the losers with 13 points each.
Tuesday, July 3
Powell's vs. Westinghouse.
Coco Solo vs. Caribe.
Tonight at 7:00 In the Marga-
rita Gym Powell's will meet
Westinghouse. In the nightcap
Caribe will meet the undefeated
Coco Solo outfit. Remember make
it a date every Tuesday, Wednes-
day, and Friday nights to come
to the Margarita Gym to see
some good basketball.
Admission Is free.
Box score of Friday night's
games:
First Game
Caribe FG FT Tot.
Hall........... 3 1 7
Hooper........ 4
Capalbo....... 3 2 8
Highley........3 1 7
Simons, Ray .... 5 4 14
Sweringen...... 1
Pescod........ 0 0 0
Magglnn........ 0 0 0
Olhoeft........ 2 1 5
Welch......... 3 1 7
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
New York......44 24 .647
Chicago. .. .... 44 26 .629
Boston.........41 28 .594
Cleveland......39 3 .565
Detroit........31 34 .477
Philadelphia .... 28 42 .400
Washington.....25 42 .373
SLLouis.........21 47 .309
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TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Chicago.
Boston at Washington.
(Only Games Scheduled.)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Cleveland............ 3
Chicago.............. 2
(Night Game)'
Boston.............. 5
Washington.......... 2
(Night Game)
New York............14
Philadelphia.......... 5
(Only Games Scheduled.)
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn.......44 25 .638
New York......40 Si .555
St. Louis........36 32 .529
Philadelphia .... 33 36 .478
Cincinnati......32 36 .471
Chicago........30 34 .469
Boston.........31 36 .463
Pittsburgh......26 41 .389
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston.
Philadelphia at New York.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Brooklyn............ 6
Boston.............. 1
(Night Game)
New York............ 4
Philadelphia.......... 3
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh......v. .. 7
Chicago............ 2
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ 8
Cincinnati............ 2
Totals........24 12 60
Junior Varsity-
Peltinovlch.. .
Egolf.. .... .
Hatgi.......
Salter, T. ..
FG
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4
2
3
FT Tot,
Salter, B....... 2
Palumbo, L...... 1
Rhinhart...... 1
Edmonds, R..... 1
5
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4
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Totals
..20 8 48
Second Game
Westinghouse FG FT Tot
Tom. R......... 0 0 0
baez........ 4 5 13
Salas......... 6 1 13
Magdaleno. .... 1 0 2
Tom. F......... 5 2 12
Tom, H......... 0 0 0
Totals........ 16 8 40
Coco Solo FG FT Tot
Schultz........ >-. 0 14
Belving........ 2 1 5
Hefner........ 7 5 19
Bryant........ 0 "0 0
Grochowskl..... 0 0 0
Hosfelt........ 3 0 6
Carfrey........ 2 0 4
Haskell........ 0 0 0
Nestle........ 1 0 2
Totals......... 22 6 50
LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS These are the 11 ttle baseball stars of the Canal Zone who will
compete in the "little world series" in New Jersey this month if Isthmians contribute enough
to meet the $5,000 budget calculated for their trip. They are shown above with their adult
mentors. Left to right: (seated) Bruce Bateman, Elwood Phillips. Ronnie Mead, John Ham-
ma. Tommle Jones, Jimmie Lovelady, Billy Hatchett. Pedro Salas and Bobby Best; (standing)
William Hamma. commissioner of the Canal Zone Little League; Danny Winklosky, Alfred
Bruhn, coach Joe Cicero, Richie Hayden, Eddie Klrchmier and Fred Mead, the league's busi-
ness manager. Absent when this picture was taken at Balboa Stadium were Timmy Hotz
and the team's manager, Lou Glud. The team is scheduled to sail July 20.
Charlie Mac Defeats
Hammond At Gamboa
Pacific Local Raters To Hold
Big July 4th Sports Program
Varied and attractive activities
re scheduled on the Fourth of
July for Pacific side local rate
youngsters and adults.
Awards for the track meet and
the basketball champ i o n s h 1 p
game together with noise makers
have been supplied by the Paci-
fic Fourth of July Committee.
The program lollows:
At La Boca
9:30 a.m.Teen-age Track and
Cycle Meet.
NoonDistribution of noise
makers.
1 p.m.Little League Baseball
Summer Recreational
Basketball League
The Summer Recreational Bas-
ketball League opened its sched-
ule at the Diablo Gym Saturday
morning when the Balboa "A"
League defeated their hosts the
Diablo "A" team 30-29 In a hard
fought contest.
Neithefteam was able to main-
tain a iObstantial lead as It
changed hands several times dur-
ing the course of the game and
the half-time score found the Di-
ablo quintet trying to protect a
three-point advantage. 16-13.
For the winning Balboa team
George Holt was high point man
with six field goals and one free
throw for a total of 13 points.
Norm Haydel also netted 13 points
for the losing Diablo five with
most of his points coming in
clutch moments of the game.
The box score:
BAIBOA FG FT Pis.
Holt........ 6 1 13
Bach........ 2 0 4
Ladd......
Lee.......
Degenarr. ..
Dolan.....,
Bright.....
McCon*ell .,
l
3
0
1
1
0
Totals........ 14 2 30
DIABLO FG FT Pts.
Nicklsher, W. .. 1 1 3
Haydel....... 0 1 13
Nicklsher, R. .. 1 1 3
Rathgeber .... 2 0 4
Tribe........ 3 0 6
Totals........13
29
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Stands Supi&fH&
Fergus Cubs vss. Iflll La Bo-
cans.
1:30 p.m Jamaica Prado.
4:00 p.m.Free movies.
4:45 p.m.Senior Softball Lea-
gue gameSpur Cola vs. Alumni.
At Santa Crui
2 p.m.Championship basket-
ball gameLa Boca Junior Col-
lege vs. Chagres Flyers.
Local Rate Independence Day
Track Meet
(La Boca Ball Park)
9:30 a in. July 4. 1951
PROGRAM
9:30 a.m.800 Meters Open
(Boys 17 years and oven; 100
Meters Class "B" (Boys 15 and 16
years); 75 Meters Class "C" (Boys
13 and 14 years); 75 Meters Class
"D" (Boys 12 years and under).
9:45 a.m.50 Meters Class "A"
(Girls 15 years and over); 50 Met-
ers Class "B" (Girls 13 and 14
years); 50 Meters Class "C"
(Girls 12 years and under).
9:i5 1-mlle Cycle Class "A"
boys (American made); 1-mile
Cycle Class "A" boys (British
made); Vs-mlle Cycle Class "B"
boys (American made); Vi-mlle
Cycle Class "B" boys (British
made).
10:15 a.m.400 Meters Class
"A" boys; 200 Meters Class "B"
boys; 200 Meters Class "A" boys.
10:25 a.m.100 Meters Class
"C" boys; 100 Meters Class "D"
boys; 100 Meters Class "A" girls;
70 Meters Class "B" girls.
10:40IVi-mile Cycle Class "A"
boys (American made); l1,'2-mile
Cycle Class "A" boys (British
made); '/2-mile Cycle Open Girls;
1-mlle Cycle Class "B" boys
1 American made),; 1-mlle Cycle
"Class."B" boys (British made).
Referee: Robert Pate; Clerk of
Track Officials
Course: R. Matthews; Starter:
A. M. Parchment; Asst.: F. Davis.
Finish Judges
Rudolph Prince, Roy Best,
C h e s 1 e y Jones, Christopher
Greaves.
Timers
Leon Eastmond, Luther La
Motte, Kellogg Whittlck.
Inspectors
George Caesar, Elbert Belgrave,
George Springer, Arthur Smart,
Cleveland Roberts.
Scorers
Gloria Holness, Ruth Trotman,
Marva Parchment.
Custodian of Prizes
James Howell.
Announcers
Jose French, Wilfred Wason.
Charlie MacMurray defeated
Buddy Hammond 3 and 2 In the
semifinals of the PAA tournament
at Gamboa on Sunday, July 1.
Charlie played a careful, calcu-
lated game ana was only one over
par when the match ended. Bud-
dy had trouble with his long
irons and his putter. His Iron
shots were not hitting the greens
so he was missing his pars. The
match was even at the turn, but
Charlie forged ahead by winning
the 10th and 12th and closed the
match by winning the 16th,
In the second major match of
the day Corsale defeated Anbal
Gallndo 4 and 3. Al continued to
Elay the tight game that many
elieve will carry hi mto the
championship of this tourna-
ment. Gallndo was two down on
the turn .and Corsale won the
10th with a par and the 11th
with a birdie to put him four
down. Thi swas the last hole won
by either playerboth played
par golf for the last five holes.
Corsale's medal score was par and
Gallndo's was three over par
when the match ended on the
15th.
In the First Flight George Rll-
ey continued to play hut usual ex-
pert game and defeated Paul
Richmond 4 and 3. Paul tried
hard, but George's game was ir-
resistible. Bob Spain outlasted
Gene Hochstedler In a see-saw
affair that produced all types of
golf from expert to dub. This
match lasted the limit and when
Bob won the 18th Gene was two
down.
In the Second Flight both
matches produced good golf. G.
Galindo defeated Bill LeBrun on
the 18th green to win. Gallndo
had two pars and a birdie on the
first four holes to go three up.
LeBrun pared this lead to two on
the turn and evened the match
on the 12th. LeBrun took the
15th to go one-up, but Gallndo
came right back and evened the
match by winning the 16th. The
17th was halved with pars and
Gallndo parred the 18th to take
the match. Bubb and Gardner al-
so went all the way before Bubb
won one-up. Gardner shot 38 on
the out nine to be two-up at the
turn and went on to take the lQth
to have a three-up advantage.
"Bulldog" Bubb then started his
home drive and won the 12th,
13th and 15th to even the match.
He lost the 16th, but won the 17th
to even, then sewed up the match
when Gardner overshot the 18th
green.
In the Third Flight Worley de-
faulted to P. Rlley. Eddie Dur-
ham defeated Johnny Wright 3
and "2 when he shot his best game
of the tournamenta 76. Johnny
had putter trouble and carded an
80.
In the Fourth Flight Berry and
Engelke went 20 holes before En-
gelke laid his approach two inch-
es from the cup for a "gimme'
par. Berry putting for a halve
from 20 feet lacked one turn of
the ball from holing out. Boram
defeated Morland 3 and 2. This
was a see-saw match with Boram
having two buzzardo and two
birdies on the first four holes. On
the first nine Morland was never
down, but neither did he manage
to stay up; the first nine ended
all even. On the in nine Boram
gradually went ahead until he
closed out Gil on the 16th green.
The pairings in the finals are:
Championship Flight: C. Mai-
Murray vs. Al Corsale.
First Flight: Spain vs. G.RHey.
Second Flight: G. Gallndo vs.
Bubb.
Third Flight: Durham vs. P.
Riley.
Fourth Flight: Boram vs. B.
Engelke.
Faces In
The Majors
Foot Itch Cause Curbed
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Quickly Eased *+ -* *'
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break and run and cania mora Dilatara
o form? Do your feat fat ao aoaa at
time that they actually bleed? If you
eufr.r from the, foot troualea, you
hould realice that tha raal caua I
a germ or fungue. To rid youraelf of
ineee trouble, you have to kill tha
farm that cauaa tham.
Ov.rcom. th Cawi
Fortunately It la poaalbl to over-
eme the, foot troublea and alio even
9SJ2R lubbo' ringworm Infection
BE .flMSdaVm recently developed
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Importad by landing Drugglfta.
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tlona: 1. It help to kill th. germ, nafra-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE: 1942 Ch.r-ol.t 1-2
ton. pick up. (ctllcnt ceneStien.
Home 0954, Amada- Ro.e
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:Packord Six Club Sedan,
""Kxcellent condition, 1946 model.
fJaw scot covers, good tirat, ractnl-
ly ovirhoultd Prict $700 Coll
I Panamo 3-0391 batwaen 7:30 o.
- m. ond 4:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:1949 Mtrcury Coup.
o.gcod condition, for informotion call
J04-J, Colon.
FOft SALE:1946 Lincoln, oxcollont
condition, new tires, $700.00. Phon
,4-743 (Coco Solo;.
FOR. SAE:Ford 1951 convertible.
2-2392. Ask for Fronk. Leaving
,'tiir States.
FOR SALE:'48 Ford V-8. Super
Oe Luxe Club Coupe, blue. Ex-
cellent condition. Radio. Call Dr.
Fien. 4-378 to 4:30 p. m. 2-3437
evenings.
Position Offered
WANTED:Man who speiks ond
writes English and Spanish, with
experience in houdling store-house.
Cia. Alfaro, S. A. Peru Avenue,
WANTED:Chauffeur, bus-drivers.
Apply to Gill Bus Co. with last
Cleorance. At our office Tlvoli
U.S.O.___________________________
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:30 Ft. Aux. Sloop "So-
rolee." Built by Kneass of Cali-
fornia, 1947. Cost $7,500, sa-
crifice $2,250. See boatman, Bal-
boa Yocht Club or 2026-C, Cu-
rundu,
FOR SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36
x 1 1. Sacrifice at $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
FOR SALE: Bargain! Dlnlngroom
set, baby wardrobe and mahogany
wardrobe. All good condition. El
Congrejo. F Street. House white
with green porch.
FOR SALE: Three pieces bamboo.
$60.00. 662-B, Curundu Hgts.'
Tel. 83-2217.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do eu have a Oinkm, prtklam?
Writ AleokoUet Aon*"*
1011 Ammo. C. Z.
I drill water wells. Call 3-0931.
Chorlei J. Hilbert.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Easy woshing machine.
Spin Dry. Westmghouse electric
oven. Call Tel. 4214, Curundu.
After 5:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:Westmghouse 25 cycle
9 cu. ft. 2 year guarantee le't,
$150.00. 1 set dishes $20.00.
5624-A. Hecker Place, Diablo. Tel.
2-2709.
FO RSALE:Leaving Isthmus. Sim-
mons metal jet, twin beds, maho-
gany bedroom set, mahogany din-
ingroom set, wickex set. 3-pc. up-
holstered set, Philco b RCA ra-
dios miscellaneous. Single chairs,
kitchen utensils, plants, G. E.
washing machine, 2J cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, 7 ft. House
No. I, next to St. Mory't Acade-
my.
FOR SALE:Diningroom suite, Chi-
nese carved chest and desk; coffee
toble. monogany buffet-bookcase
combination; Chinese ond Persian
rugs; paintings. dinner cloth
, objects or art for collect-
ors. Apt. 7. Arboix aportment,
5th. ond Front, Colon. .
Wanted Position
Leoving, excellent maid available
Friday, cook, laundry, housework,
children. Phone Cocoll 4-220.
Civil Government
Sel Up July 1
On Pacific Islands
^TASHINOTON, July 3 (USIS'
'Establishing of Civil Admin-
istration in the Trust Territory
Of tne Pacific Islands and for
American Somoa, "ContQrms
With a long-established Amer-
ican tradition of conducting the
, affairs of Civil populations under
civilian authority." according to
President Truman.
effective Sunday administra-
tion of the Islands was transfer-
red from the United States Navy
Department to the Department
W the Interior.
" "The concern of the Depart-
ment of the Navy for the well-
being of the peoples of these
areas," Truman said in a state-
ment accompanying an executive
order for the transfer, "Waa an
expression of the interest of the
people and Oovernmeni of the
United States In the people and
cultures of these Pacific Islands.
That interest will continue and
W> grow under Civilian Admin-
istration. The experience of the
Department of the Interior In
promoting the political, economic
and social advancement of our
territories will serve as assurance
tt) the people of the United
States and of the Islands con-
oerned that sound policies look-
tQCtoward their welfare will be
Ittrried forward without Inter-
action...'

Help Wanted
WANTED:Mold for general house-
work and take care of child, must
sleep in. Corr street, house 1433-
B. Bolboa C. Z.
FOR SALE:One Remington Rand,
electric Adding Machino, one Na-
tional Cosh Register mechonicol,
Balboa, C Z Berber Shop.
FOR SALE:Baby Grond Piono, Un-
derwood typewriter, Mogie Chef gas
stove, four burners. youths bed,
baby stroller, crib. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
MOTHERS. protect baby's feet tha
best sofest way you con. JUMrMNG-
JACK Shoos are recommended by
specialists. Sold exclusively ot
AiYLANDIA. No. 40, 44th St.,
Bella Vista, Tel. 3-1259
FOR SALE:4 Venetian blinds, 36
in., good news. I Singer sewing
mochine, re. 25 cycle, I Cosh
Register mechonicol, I mohogony
chest, other extra piece furniture,
kitchen clock, etc 25 cycle. 2101
B. Curundu. Call 8 o. m. to 6
p. m. July 4, 1951.
n.,r ..1.1
RESORTS
SHRAPNELS houses ON BEACH
Santo Cera. Reservations unneces-
sary. Inexpensive. See Gonovo
Shrapnel there.
Wi Mioma Sonto Clar Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidolres, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Wiilllas. Beoch cottoges, Sonto Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phono Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Gromlich's Sonta Coro booch-
cottoges. Electric Ico bonos, gos
stoves, moderate ratos. Phono 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:House, two bedrooms,
livingroom, diningroom, service,
kitchen, moid's room, bathroom,
Tsroge. Porras Road 164. Tel. 3-
465.
FOR SALE: Tome deer, mole ond
female. House 637, Carrasquilla.
Phone 3-2737.
FOR SALE:4 used tires and one
tube 7.60 x 15 19 x 121 rug.
Bed spreads single. Troin trons-
formers (25 cycle) toys. 4 wheel
bicycle. Plywood 3-8" thick.
Mr. C, E. Norwig, 610-A, Sago
Ave., Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Ecuadorian straw da-
moc at store Eugenio Chen. 13th
Street East, Ponomo.
WANTED: Maid, excellent refer-
ences, must speak English. 1481-B,
Dohrmon St., Bolboa. Tel. 2-1483.
WANTED:English speaking maid,
who con cook. References required.
Call after 6 p.'m. 155-C, Cola-
bash St., Gaviln Areo, Bolboa.
WANTED; Half doy maid, must
know cooking. Must sleep in, sev-
erol nights a week. No. 5, 51st.
Street, Bello Visto.
Legal Notice
United States of America
Canal Zone
ed Stjtej District Court Far
Tfce DistgctOf The Canal Zene
MaWo Diviiion
1DWARD W. CIFFORD.
Plaintiff.
4SANNETTA E. QIFFCftD.
Defended t,
SUMMONS
Caw No. 3331
Civil Docket If
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the abare-nemed defendant:
Tea ore hereby required lo appear and
(awer the complaint riled in Ihe above.
fettled ac'ion within ninetr daya after
June 1*. JU
In eaee of your failure to to appear
nd aner. -udmneni will be taken
Saint you by default for tha reliaf
OaJnanded In the complaint.
- ITNESS the Honorable Jceeph J
encocle. Judge. Called State. District
Cun for ihe Dlatrict of the Canal Zone,
tfcia 14th day of June 1 S 1
C. T McCaraaick. Jr.
PUL,
y Sara de U Pena
Chief Deputy Clark
t JOaaaetta E. Glfford
The forennn annimoaa la aerred
lJaH,i, you by publication purauani to
9f order of lha Honorable Joae>h J
Mf nco.-l Judge. United Statei Diatrict
art for the Diatrlci of the Canal Zone.
Oated J.,ne i:, i ai: and entered and
Nerd in ikia action In the office of the
ejStrb .,r aald United Stalea Diatrict
art for the Dlrialon of Balboa on
jsa 1. lil.
C. T. McCaraaick. Jr.
Clerk
By Sara de la Pana
Chief Deputy Cleri
US Would Outlaw
Price Fixing.
Production Limits
UNITED NATIONS. NY. Julv
3 The elimination, bv United
Nations action, of such restric-
tive business practices as pre-
fixing and limits on production
and sales areas is sought by the
United SUtos.
The United States has asked
the U N. Economic and Social
Council to place a proposal for
such action on the agenda for its
next meeting.
A U.S. communication circula-
ted at U.N Headquarters, point-
ed out that such restrictions can
reduce trade between countries,
prevent effective utilization of
resources and technology and in-
terfere with standards of living
The next EC080C session will
open July 30 in Geneva.
Despite the importance of this
problem In world trade, the ques-
tion has never been considered
by the United Nations..the U.S.
statement said It added that the
elimination of such practices
provides and important stimulus
to greater efficiency of produc-
tion, higher productivity, lower
costs, lower prices and improved
living standards.
Army Ambulance
Turns Over On
Caillard Highway
There were no serious iniurles
last night when an Armv am-
bulance got out of control and
turned over on its side In a
ravine on Gaillard Highway.
The driver. Private 1st Class
Ernesto Negron Santiago. 21-
year-old Puerto Rican. lost con-
trol of the vehicle about a mile
south of Mile Post Nine. His on-
ly passenger. Clifford W. Ar-
d.inger 19, American soldier sta-
tioned with Company "D". 33rd
Infantry. Fort Kobbe was in Ft
Clayton Hospital today after re-
ceiving lacerations on the face,
and a possible head injury. He
was admitted last night.
Santiago, who is also stationed
at Ft. Kobbe with the Medical
Company of the 33rd Infantrv.
was not injured.
The Armv ambulance .a 3-4 ton
Dodge, had been travelling at a
normal rate of speed south on
Galllard Highway at the time
of the accident, according to a
Balboa police report.
Ordinary firefly light has a
usual strength of one-400th can
dlepower.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:1949 Cushmon motor-
scooter, model 62, excellent con-
dition. Must sacrifice. $150.00.
Phone 3-2643.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern, ebon, self-
service orocory store. 5 cm. living
quarters. On main thoroughfore
in Bitteroot Valley. Hot-Springs,
fishing. hunting, mild cllmote
Writ, A. J. Ingersoll, Homil-
ton, Montana.
FOR SALE: 44 ocr ofjand ot
Cerro Punto, Chiriqui, bound with
Rio Chiriqui on the north. For in-
formation write Mrs M. H. Smith
Box 1806. Bolboa or telephone
B-alboo 2-3055.
FOR RENTBeautiful house, divided
In,-two- aportments, completely fur-
nished, attractive ploce. No. 114,
llth St., Poitilla. Coll Tel. 2-
1456.
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
At Timtt Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Van be mighty bandy to
have around the house
ano la your car.
Wf h?T.* ]"* AMO'tnwnt
of Kindt and Sisos.
6E0. F. N0VEY. Inc.
171 Central ao. Tel. 3-0140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zont:
...r .how-reem CmS Omh" fur?i-
{ e to One No. 17 (Auto Raw)
New Telephone I-4S2J.
FOR RENT
Aportment
ALHAMIRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished Sport
ment. Contoct office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Oborrio Avenue No. I. Son An-
tonio apartments, ask for keys,
new house oportment. upper floor.
Rent $10300. or co'l Zubieta 3
1716.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Inmediato
DeHrery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
Bella Vista, 50 and 70 dollort.
Also 2 bedroom oportment. Ap-
ply No. 3. Jose Duque AvenuO'.Lo
Cresta, top floor, Tel. 3-164,
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment,
with nice spacious living and din-
ingrooms. Dorien St. No. 8, next
street from 4th of July Ave.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished cool
room, meals availoble. Bello Visto,
46th Street 18-A, upstairs. Cell
office hours 2-1693 or 3-1789.
Transport Strike Brings
Traffic Jams To Capital
WASHINGTON. July 3 The espitara half-million
business people and bureaucrats
straggled to work through an
epic traffic jam yesterday as a
two-day transit strike brought
125.000 extra autos pouring Into
downtown Washington.
Key federal agencies reported
that thousands of their em-
ployes were late. But most of
them showed up eventually and
there was no noticeable slow-
down in Government business.
Tourists, who usually get
around in chartered sightseeing
buses or cabs, were not seriously
inconvenienced. But thev were
treated to the rare spectacle of
endless row of cars parked on
the idle trolley tracks alon
Pennsylvania and other historic
thoroughfares.
Police waived parking regula-
tions wherever possible and were
considering throwing open the
world-famed Mall and the
grounds of the Washintr-i
Seabees Called
To Attend Reunion
A call is being issued to all for-
mer Seabees to attend a dinner
and reunion July 6 at 7:30 pmv
In the CPO Club at the 15th Naval
District. Fort Amador.
The Board of Directors has an-
nounced that new membership
cards win be given those who at-
tend. The dinner is free. Bx-Sea-
bees who are at present in the
Armed Forces are also urged to
attend.
Mindi Railroad Spur
Construction Approved
WASHINGTON. July 3 (UP)
The House Armed Services Com-
mittee today tentatively approv-
ed an administration request for
authority to construct an access
road and railroad spur at Mlndl
Docks In t'.ie Canal Zone.
The Drojoct i, estimated to cost
11130.000.
Monument to serve as stop-gap
parking lots. **P
Federal mediators held day-
long conferences woth repre-
sentatives of the privately-own-
ed Capital Transit Co. and its
3.400 striking AFL employe.
But thev reported no progrew
toward a settlement of the dead-
locked dispute over union de-
mands for a seniority clause.
President Truman kept in
touch with developments, but
the White House said he had no
present Intention of sei7lnB tht
transit system to restore ser-
vice. The last, capital transit
strike, in 1945. was ended by
govi'rnment seizure after two
days.
Congress, which serves as a
city council for the District of
Columbia, responded immediate-
ly to the tie-up.
House Democratic Leader
John W. McCormack. Mass.. de-
manded an Investigation. He
said it seemed to him that the
striking employs had a good
point'' in their demand, for as-
surances that workers'will be
laid off and rehired on the basis
of seniority.
Some bus lines, not owned bv
Capital Transit Co.. continued to
provide service between down-
town Washington and suburban
areas of Virginia and Maryland.
But thev are not allow-ed to
pick up intra-city riders and the
vast majority of the federal
city's commuters had to hitch-
hike, hail a cab. hoof It or drive
downtown in a private car and
hope to find a parking place.
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LENSES a* ACCESSORIES
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At Factor* Prices.
Porras
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just arrived
Leica lightmeter
o Leica tripod
e Hector lenses
e Leica carrying casas
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adtaiaina International Hotel)
or Camera store
(Lobby Hotel "El Panam")
LOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP
Trained Operators
Reasonable Prices
Air-Conditioned
EL PANAMA HOTEL
MISSING REDS
FAIL TO SHOW
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of why they aid not appear in
court today.
The hearing where the Com-
munist leaders came to the end
of their party line was reminis-
cent of their nine-month trial
two years ago, which was mark-
ed over and over again by verbal
fireworks.
Benjamin J. Davis, Jr., 47, a
former New York City council-
man, yelled at the court:
"I'm a negro, and I'm about
to have my freedom taken
away!"
"Not because you're a negro,"
Judge Ryan replied. /
"But l am a negro," Davis said.
"I've never had my freedom In
this country and neither have my
people."
When Judge Ryan warned he
might be held In contempt, Davis
shouted: This court will not in-
timidate or terrorise me. The
enemies of the people will be put
In Jail sometime."
Two deputy marshals escorted
Davis to his seat.
Carl Winter, Michigan party
chairman, also was warned that
his remarks "bordered on con-
tempt" when he shouted heated-
ly that the court apparently was
afraid to listen to why he
thought he should not go to Jail.
Judge Ryan denied all the de-
fense applications for suspend-
ing or reducing sentences.
VS. Attorney Irving H. Saypol
told the court that $110.000 In
fines was ready "to be turned
over to the Treasurer of the
United States." The 11 were fln-
d |10,0O0 each.
'Goodbye, My Fancy'
Tryouts Listed For
July 9 And 10
"Goodbye, My Fancy." one of
the most successful comedies on
Broadway in several seasons, has
been chosen as the next play to
be presented by the Theater
Guild In late August. Written by
Fay Kanin, the play ran for near-
ly thrirtesn months in New York
and also scored Important suc-
cesses In almost every other ma-
jor city.
Mrs. Kanln's comedy has some
important things to say on the
problems that face colleges and
universities of today the un-
happy status of frightened liber-
als, freedom of speech, and spir-
itual courage In the modern
world. But despite the serious-
ness of this subject, the play's
approach tfl it Is orre of great hu-
mor and understanding, inter-
woven with romance and the
nostalgia that overtakes old
grads on a visit to their Alma
Mater.
In the events that occur,dur-
ing a Commencement week-end
at a girls' college when a brilliant
alumna who has become a Con-
gresswornan returns to receive an
honorary degree, high school
students will get an entertaining
picture of college life; college
students will smile at the resem-
blance to their own campus ca-
reers; adults will turn back In
happy remembrance to their un-
der-graduate days and, while
laughing heartily, will be led to
give a serious thought to the pro-
blems that face our educational
institutions in a world struggling
to find a sure foundation in a
maelstrom of ideologies.
"Goodbye, My Fncy" will be
directed by Gene Simpson and
tryouts will be held at 7:30. July 9
and 10. at the Ancon Theater.
There are 20 very diversified
roles to be filled including that
of the liberal Congresswoman,
played on Broadway by Mad-
eleine Carroll.
RIDGWAY
GIVES REDS
(Continned from Page 1))
route and Its schedule and man-
ner by which my forces may iden-
tify it.
"Your reply Is requested.
<8gd.) Matthew B. Ridgwav,
"General of the United States
Armies. Commander in Chief of
the- United Nations Command."
The Allied reply was made
more than 39 hours after the
Reds agreed to talk for a cease-
fire, but specified July 10th to
15th and the place as Kaesong,
Just inside South Korea.
Pelplng" Radio has already
Quoted an editorial, In the of-
ficial People's Dally News de-
claring tne Rea offer to start,
talks on July 10 was "a verv
quick measure."
Kaesong, the ancient capital
of Korea, was already an open
city to all intents and purposes
today.
It lies one and a half miles
south of the 38th parallel and
35 miles northwest of Seoul.
Allied planes no longer flew
overhead. Allied patrols stayed
clear of It, and Communist
troops remained in their posi-
tions In the hills to the north-
west.
On orders from general head-
quarters even an unarmed tran-
sport plane was forbidden to
fly over Kaesong with a load
of correspondents who wanted
a closeup of the historio city.
THE FIRST UNOFFICIAL FLAG OF AMERICA, called tht
"Grand Union" is being cairled by these Americans in early
Colonal costumes participating in the "Prelude to Indepen-
dence" program at Willlamsburg, Virginia. This early col-
onial capital of Virginia staged a 53-day commemoration of
the State's role in the development of self-government and
human rights which led to Independence Day. July 4. 177.
The flag has 13-red-and-whlte stripes with the British Union
Jack in the place where on the present flag of the United
States there Is a blue field with white stars.
* *
'Prelude To Independence'
Program In WilHamsburg
Held On Human Rights Day
Youngsters Asked
To Meet At 7 A.M.
On College Place
It is requested that all
children In the Pacific side
Communities who expect to
participate In the Canal
Zone Summer Recreational
Program, assemble at Col-
lege Place, Balboa at 7:30
a. m. in the morning of the
Fourth of Julv to march in
the Children Parade In a
group. Bicycle owners are
urged to decorate their
bicycles with flags and
streamers and bring them
along also.
WIIXIAMSBURG, Virginia. Ju-
ly 3. America's belief hi the
freedom of man was reaffirmed
with colorful ceremony during,
the observance of Human Rights
Day early this month, on June
12. Commemorating the 175th
anniversary of the adoption of
the Virginia Bill of Rights, basis
of the first ten amendments to
the Constitution of the United
States known as the American
Bill of Rights, the occasion was a
highlight in a series of historical
events called the "Prelude to In-
dependence."
During the fifty-three day pro-
gram of commemoration which
reviews the Virginia colony's role
In the development of self gov-
ernment and human rights
which led to America's Declara-
tion of Independence on July 4,
1778. more than usual the num-
ber of visitors have been coming
to this historic community.
Many of the community'sjbuild-
ings have been restored In recent
years to their appearance in 1699
when Willlamsburg was the capi-
tal of Virginia, largest of the ori-
ginal American colonies.
Reenacted in pageant on Hu-
man Rights Day w. re ihe pro-
ceedings of the early American
colony's convention of clele-
fates which met here June It,
77S, to proclaim the Declara-
tion of Rights. These rights, in-
cluding provisions for freedom
of religion, of speech, of the
press, and of the right to trial
by jury, were "made by repre-
sentatives of the good people of
Virginia, assembled li (nil and
free convention: which rights
do pertain to them and their
' posterity, as the basis and
foundation of government."
The "Prelude to Independence"
series started with religious serv-
ices on nearby Jamestown Island,
site first permanent English set-
tlement In North America. Jleld
Mav 13. the services marked the
344th anniversary of the found-
ing of the settlement, nearly 14
years before the first Pilgrims
from England landed on New
England's Plymouth Rock. The
Jamestown services were held In
the brick church, the tower of
which dates back to 1639. and
which is the only remaining rem-
nant o the seventeenth-century
settlement.
"How appropriate it is that the
only physical link we have with
the first permanent English set-
tlement in North America should
be a Church tower." said Episco-
pal Bishop Gtortre Purnell Gunn,
who oonducted the ceremonies.
"I cannot but feel that it was
In the plan and purpose of God
Himself that there should be be-
gun in a new land, here, a great
democracy, the champion of tha
freedom of man, a nation dedica-
ted to giving every man the right
to freedom, liberty and theohoic'
to worship and serve Almighty.
God as his training and convic-
tions direct." l
Priceless works of art assem-'
bled from all parts of the United
States and many other nations
have been put on public display
In the restored Wren Building at
the College of William and Mary,
which dates from 1693. Including
paintings, sculpture and rare do*
cuments depleting persons and
scenes in the formative years of
the American Republic, the ex-
hibit's title is "They Gave U*
Freedom." It features portraits of
such outstanding Americans as<
George Washington. Thomas Jef-i
ferson. James Madison, and'
James Monroe of Virginia, all of1
whom served as early Presidenta'
of the United States. A draft of'
the Declaration of Independence1
is shown in Thomas Jefferson's
own handwriting.
The exhibit was opened Mav 15.
the date in 1778 when resolutions
were passed In the early colonial'
capital proposing that the Conti-
nental Congress should proclaim
the American colonies free and
independent. A reenactment of
the scene was staged during tha
memorial exercises which include
ed the raising of the rat, nof*
ficlal flag of America over the re*
stored colonial captol. Called tha
"Grand Union" flag, it had 13
red and white stripes, with the
British Union Jack In place of.
the present blue field and whitei
stars. |
Dr. Samuel Eliot Morlson. well-1
known historian of Harvard Uni-1
versity. spoke at the exhibit1
opening. Reminding American'
youth of today's challenge an*
emparing it with that facing th
Nation's founders 175 years ago,
he said: "We are called on to
make sacrifices, great sacrifices,
for what we have and hold: they-)
were oalled upon to make even
greater sacrifices for an untried
thing of doubtful outcome, our
American Republic. Theirs. I be-
lieve, was the reater agony and
the more difficult choice; for
while we only are faced bv the
choice of defending the proved
liberties that our forefathers have
won. or letting them go by de*
fault, through neglect or coward*
ice, they had to embark on th#
unexplored sea of independence."*
Dr. Morison was introduced by>
John D. Rockefeller III. son ol
John D. Rockefeller. Jr., who la
1928 provided funds to begin re-
storing Willlamsburg to Its 189
appearance. More than 200 of th
buildings have been reconstruct-
ed on their original
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JUNK BRIDE
Here on the threshold of new life the stands:
Blushing and bresthless, rapt with happiness;
Eager to listes to her lord's cammands,
To all the world, her true lore to confeso.
Her troth she gires, for better or for worse,
Entering holy wedlock's blessed State;
Hers Is the world and all the universe:
This day she takes unto herself a mate!
Symbol of Summer loveliness in bloom:
A living symbol throbbing with delight:
Upon the ana of her beloved (room.
She walks in beauty like Lord Byron's night.
Throughout the years to come, June after June,
May life for her be one long honeymoon!
- Avery Giles.
DeBussy's "Clare de Lune" will
be Freddy. Martin's next big re-
cording click. Its release may
bring a big lawsuit. The pub-
lisher objects to the classic in
dance tempo...Big Cain Jc Acbl
aaga upcoming to the page ones.
The atar of a lamed quartet (re-
cently indicted for attacking a
woman) will produce evidence so
fantastic it could only happen
In truth. He will blame the crime
on his twin brother.. .The Jolson
estate will take care of "Eppy"
(his manager all his life), omit-
ted from his will. Ho wUl get
"back salary."
Headline: "12 Bookies Walt for
Sentencing."
Okay. Right after the Daily
Double.
Sarah Vaughan wasn't sur-
prised to hear the way the Nazis
resented Sugar Ray for "slug-
ging their pugilist in the kid-
ney."
In Nazlland. reminds Sarah.
It's alwR"* been a crime to hit
Above the belt.
"Dear Walter." writes W. W.
Dlehl. "Looks like Sugar Ray
went to Europe for the Runyon
Fund to fight cancer and dis-
covered the disease (Nazism)
was still unconqueredl"
Love Letter Dept.: "One thine
la sure from the headlines,"
memos J. J. O'Rourke. "The guys
who called you alarmist for your
"r-nings couldn't have meant
false-alarmist." i
Al Moore quit Esquire last
Dec. His famed girl drawings
will appear until us*d up.. .Cafe
Society beauty Dobby Dl Steph-
' has flown to IIbana to
rendeswoo with Gonaalo Nues,
Cuba's youngest Senator.. .One
' tv's biggest howls: When
Dlizy Dean pronounces the
name of Detroit's catcher Gins-
berg. Dis calls him Jinsberg...
Add sad short-shorts: Roy Sie-
vers. voted American League
P-n'-ie of the Vear (for bis slug-
ging), shipped to the minors. Big
.cague hurling too rough for
him...A former police official
(resigned under fire) is being
thrown out of bars like a Bow-
ery bum.
target for a kick in the pants
than an ostrich.
The entire cast, stage hands,
management of "Seventeen"
sent personal telegrams to Guess
WWho?...The major cigarette
firms pay at least one million
dollars in taxes dailv to the gov't
.....Anne Jeffreys leaves "Kiss
Me, Kate" to work for her Greek
suitor on the Coast soon. But
Bob Sterling of "Gramercy
Ghost" is her local No. 1 Bay-
bee-Baybee-Baybee . Billy
Wilkerson and Tom Seward,
m.e. at The H'wood Reportar,
have split out after 15 years...
The baby soon due may recon-
cile the Broderlck Crawfords.. .
A Park Ave. bidg. is where oops
suspect a foreign millionaire is
throwing parties for The Nose-
Candy set.
Labor New*
And
Comment
Bi Victor Riesel
Have you sent me your Safety
81ogan (plus SI to fight cancer)
in the Runyon Fund Contest
which ends midnight. Dec. 10?
The prize is a $15,000 Bulck. plus
$1,000 toward taxes. Have a
sample: Drive Slow. Watch Your
Stop!
The Daily Worker accuses the
FBI of subverting freedom of the
press with Is prosecution of Red
leaders.
Aw, take it up with the War-
den.
"As Soon as Moscow Invents Peace, We'll Declare It"
Why Colyumists Yawn: "Aus-
tin. Tex. Dear Mr. W.: Uo 'til
tonight I had somewhat of a re-
spect for you but tonight on
your broadcast you aid 94?ff of
Texas Democrats ar for Mac-
Arthur.
(has. E. Delaney."
"Houston: Houstonlans are
curious over reports of some
commentators insinuating that
w did not receive Mac Arthur
with enthusiasm expected be-
cause It is not true. Thousands
lined streets to see him. Thous-
I ands were at teevy parties to
see and hear him. Business
houses closed early. We love and
respect him. This telegram re-
presents the svnonyms of a large
poll.Faye Eitinger."
In Llndy's the fight between
--> r-fpi-'i'i w- TodIc A. "I
dunno who's right or wrong."
said Frankie Carle. "But I do
know the Reds are doing better
in Washington than In Korea"
A Renuh Congressm-n, dlnln"
gt Monte's was grumbling about
*" "wven't you
heard?" whispered a New Deal-
er. "It's-one of those commit-
ments Roosevelt made to Stalin
at Yalta!"
Judge Fecora was reviving
Jimmy Walker quips. One dealt
with a committee of Indignant
o'Mzers who oomDlalned about
the number of sexy books.
inDPri h Mayor: "I never
heard of anybody belne raped
by a book."
The Show-Oafs: How to kill a
turkev in The New Yorker: "In-
sert the knife in the ares of the
medulla, ob'"""-? ir "V'"e)
...Emory Lewis in Cue: "...
these two necromanc-irs." (He
means magicians. . Bosley
rnwther in the N. Y. Times:
"A plaster night club, yclept the
Moi'll" Roubr." Could've said
named)... Same movie critic:
"Bogan handlles himself within
that nimbus" icioud). O.
Guernsey's film review in the
Herald Trib: "This FBI film
may wake up the few soporifics."
Sleepyheads).. .From L. Sobol's
book. "Along the Broadway
Boat": "The familiar parade
passes by. Bookies, clergymen,
nymphs du pave." (He means
ProctltootshMi.
Nelson Case's memo to isola-
tionists: Nobody makes a better
JJIiTiiTiilHI
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CENTER
"Be My Love" has established
some sort of record on The Hit
[ Parade. Been up there more
than 8 months.. .Newest gim-
mick soop due on jukes: A tape
recording which reprimands
nitrons who shake, the machine.
| Drunx will shako It now Just fer
laffs!, "Come On-a Mr House-
is getting the biggest whirl In
the Platter places since "Look-
ing Over a 4-Loaf Clover"...14
months ago free lancer Allen
Churchill did a fully documented
yarn on the current narcotics
scandal in schools. It revealed
everything now in the headlines.
But every top mag editor reject-
ed it. Said: "Too fantastic and
impossible."
Overheard: "I love vou!"
"You took the words right out
of my heart."
The Sutar Ray Robinson inci-
dent at Berlin, where Oerman
snorts fans flung bottles at Our
Chamo (claiming foul) after
Sugar belted their man to his
knees, remind us of this
one: Charles the Vth used to say:
"I speak Spanish to mv eods.
Italian to mv ladles. French to
my diplomats. English to mv
.ervants and Oerman to my
dogs."
| Dan's Dilemma !
Dan's pockets had no silver
lining.
For some money ha was pining!
Then a P. A Want Ad he
sighted.
Got a Job now he's delighted!
At dinner the other night one
of the Chinese newsmen, pa-
tiently trying to make gourmet*
out of ui, (aid casually and
wistfully, in the course of table
talk, that while his countrymen
were no Joe Dlmagglos, they sure
could whip that ball around an
infield, and that what pastes
for the Formosan pennant will
go to the union baseball teams
of either the Eectric Power Co.
of Taipei or the workers' club
at the Sugar Co.
At this most of us did a
double take, for we had vi-
sions of Oen. Chiang Kai-
shek's people living oehind
trenches, froten to the trig-
gers of guns along beach
emplacements. The picture
of baseball and other work-
erf sports on Formosa was
hard to envision. So I got
the transcontinental com-
munications whipped up and
contacted my friend, Lu
Ching-shih, whose chair-
manship of the Free China
Labor League on the for-
tress island makes him the
Phil Murray-Bill Oreen of
the Chinese Nationalists.
I put some questions to him
and back came the answer that
there should be. no surprise.
Furthermore, batting averages
were good, and the ace basket-
ball team of the Railway Unions
shouldn't be overlooked.
And he added, "Enlightened
employers in Formosa now con-
sider welfare expenses (such as
sports) as part of the initial
capital outlay" of going Into
business.
"In Taoyuan, SO miles to the
Southwest of Taipei, there is a
new cotton mill set up In the
latter part of last year, Mr. Lu
told me. "In this factory, about
one fifth of the space is devot-
ed to industrial welfare services
such as dormitories, mess hall,
! workers' recreation rooms, read-
jing rooms, subsidiary training
i classes, athletic fields, coopera-
tive stores, clinics, etc. As a re-
sult, our workers there are hap-
py and content and more effi-
cient than those In other cot-
ton mills."
"What sort of labor move-
ment can there be on a besieged
island expecting enemy land-
ing craft any hour?" I asked.
"Free and democratic labor
unionization is entirely new in
Formosa," was Lu Chlng-shlh's
answer.
"When the Japs were here,
labor unions were strictly taboo.
After V-J day, no time was lost
in laying out the ground work.
Now we have 178 locals, mostly
for such craft worker as long-
shoremen, chauffeurs, carpen-
ters, masons, and pedlcab driv-
ers.
"There are about 80,000 union
members in 21 district general
unions. The salt-workers In six
important salt fields are union-
ized.
Postal workers have a strong
labor union. All these workers
railway men, postmen and
saltworkers have formed pro-
vincial affiliations. Now we are
seriously concerned with the
unionization of Formosa's quar-
ter million Industrial workers.
Before the year's end, they will
set up hundreds of locals, of
their own free will."
The concept of union
campaians on Generalis-
simo Chiang's island tras
also strange for it is vir-
tually a front line trench.
Were there strikes and wage
rounds such at we have?
The wage problem of Formo-
san workers is acute, Lu said,
for the average monthly take-
home oy of a factory man Is
some 250 Formosan dollars:
"It we take 60 dollars as the
basic minimum required for
supporting the livelihood of one
r->~ <^->r month, the monthly al-
lowance of a Formosan worker,
wit1) rn average family of six
nersons ln"lualve. should not fall
beow 380, "he advised.
"We are pressing those con-
cerned for an all-around In-
crease of wages from 40 to 50
per cent. Since March 1950. 'he
Provincial government of For-
mosa has initiated a system of
labor Insurance for industrial
workers covering such hazards
ps accidents, disability, matern-
ity, old age and death... The
authorities have recently de-
cided that before the year Is
out. health insurance will be
added to the present scheme."
7 inquired into the fields
in which a Nationalist Ch-
nete, living on the remain-
inn free Chnete territory,
could earn a llvlna for his
r-'rnn family group of five
dependents.
"We have. In great abundance,
such natural endowments as
hvtro el?tric power oil, natural
gas, coal, lumber and salt.* Lu
said. "We have large-scale pro-
duction of sugar, camphor, plne-
apnle. cernen aluminum, naoer
and alkali, which we export. We
have sn extensive manufactur-
ing industry of wine, tobe ceo,
te-nies and chemical fertilizer,
mainly for domestic use."
And a free Chinese labor
movement, on the letterheads of
which Is the slogan. "PollU<-al
Democracy, Economic Equality
and Human Rights." And they'll
fight anybody to keep It, too.
Mother Kraft
By BOB RUARK
^mily WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO- ROUND
8y DKIW MARSON
Drew Pearson sayi: Mild Senator Aiken defend womcH
and children; U.N. members differ on truce tactic;
Congressmen learn ABC's of beef.
Senator George Alken was once Gov-
of only
NEW YORK. We have finally run full cycle
on the psychiatric approach to parenthood: it
says here the babv knows more about his care
and feeding than his ma does, and the old lady
had better watch her step or else.
A Dr. Benjamin Spock, writing for the Amer-
ican Medical Assn.'s Journal, warns us directly
that too rigid a diet and toilet schedule can do
all sorts of things to the tot's emotional devel-
opment. He says that after the first year mo-
ther better start adjusting her maternal ap-
proach to junior's personality, and that, over
all. baby is a better judge than either mama or
medico of how much he needs to eat.
This Is news to me. I've spent the last 3ft
years or so under the impression that mothers
were created for the purpose of keeping an eye
on Buster bov until he got big enough to smoko
cornsllk and pull pigtails. < I remember I had
some definite ideas about diet at three, which
that heartless, cruel, monster, Mama, rudely
trampled down, making me thereby a hopeless
neurotic.
I used to think that you could swallow and
receive nutriment from nails, sewing scissors.
screws, nuts, bolts, coins, cigarette butts and
lipsticks. I was especially fond of chewing lip-
sticks, because they were colored so nicely and
went down so easy. But thtt fiend in skirts
wouldn't pamper me. She was In there holding
out for milk and spinach.
We went to the mat again, later, when I was
an elderly statesman of six. I had found, after
some tedious research, the perfect diet for lit-
tle boys.
This was simple fare, consisting of Ice cream
three times a day, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wed-
nesdays. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. On
Sundays It was to be served six time* a day. as
payment for my sacrifice in attending Sunday
School. For a variant there were other staples,
such as pie, cake, cookies, candy, unripe peach-
es, pears and apples.
That benighted relic of the dark ages, Mother,
kept on practicing her medieval tortures on me.
Every time I turned up with the bellyache due
to scientific miscalculations In the laboratory,
she got out a bottle of castor oil as big as a

fire extinguisher. She pured out a neat half-
tumbler, and sat there until I tossed it ofi. No
chaser either.
It was along about this time that I began to
bust out with complexes. I began to associate
cause with effect. For Instance, I learned that
If I didn't eat the spinacn and the peas and the
chicken and the potatoes, I didn't get to eat
the ice cream, either. I learned that if I con-
sumed a mess of green plums, I was dead sure
to have a slug of castor oil as a demi-tasse.
Oh, I waa a psychic wreck. I can tell you.
I sensed, automatically that If I brought the
billy-goat Into parlor when the preacher came
to call, a certain little boy was a cinch to have
his pants peeled and a long, lean, lithe lady's
hair comb applied to his bare bottom. This was
a frightful indignity to practice on a mature
dletlcian-and-tree-cllmber, but that horrid wo-
man was heartless. I still have fine-tooth marks
on my caboose.
By the time I was 10 I was a seething
cauldron of complexes, a mass of tangled emo-
tions, a phenomenon of frustration. If I told
a he I knew It meant two afternoons In bed,
while the other kids played baseball. Shy, tor-
tured as I was, I said "Sir" and "ma'am" to
my elders.
I learned that kicking schoolteachers was ta-
boo; playing hooky was frowned on; that little
boys who made bad grades often were not al-
lowed to go hunting on Saturdays.
At last my diet was so completely hedged by
discipline and wicked regimentation that I had
excellent teeth, stood close to six-foot tall,
weighed 150 pounds and could lick any kid in
the class. I forgot to mention that I enjoyed
fighting, because of Ma's cruelty. She caught
me running away from a kid smaller than I
was once and laid a lath on my seat until I
went back and whipped him in a sheer, panicky
effort to avoid a worse licking from Mr. Demon.
You can sen how Mother's callous, sadistic In-
fluence has wrecked my life. I have never been
in Jail for anything serious and have never con-
sulted a psychiatrist. I eat everything except
eggplant, hold my liquor reasonably well, pay
most of my bills and have been married 10
years to the game woman, i in a psychic scare-
crow, and I blame It all on Mama.
South Pacific
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) Sunday the United
Nations Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
passed from U. 8. Naval government to civil ad-
ministration, under the Department of Interior.
The transfer of authority will mean little
abrupt change. The shift from military-type
administration to civilian government has been
progressing gradually since the end of the war.
Ex-Sen. Elbert Thomas of Utah, U. S. high
commissioner of the Trust Territory, took over
authority from Adm. Arthur W. Radford last
February. Naval governing personnel have been
replaced by civilians, though many of them are
Navy reservists who have had experience in the
Pacific.
Trust Territory government headquarters has
been moved from Pearl Harbor to an unused,
former Army post headquarters at Fort Ruger.
also on Oahu. Hawaii. Eventually the seat of
government may be moved to Salpan, 100 miles
north of Guam. But that may be a long way
off.
Ceremonies at the turnover of authority in
Hawaii and in the five districts which make up
the Trust Territory do serve to call attention
to this vast new responsibility of the United
States. It is vast in one respect only. It covers
three million square miles of South Pacific
Ocean. It's an area equal to the continental
United States.
Yet the land mass of the 96 inhabited islands
in all this ocean amounts to only 087 square
miles.
There are only 52.000 people on these Islands.
But even this small number Is divided Into eight
different cultural grouos. Populations vary from
10,000 on Palau. to 14 on Merir I., near Yap.
Thev vary all the wav from a fairly high clvll-
l7atlon and standard of living on Guam, down
to the G-strine and stone monev level on Yap.
High Commissioner Thomas has not yet visit-
ed the 86 islands of the territory over which
he is to govern. When he does make his first
inspection. It will take him two to three months
to cover the area.
He will travel on a new civilian-operated
Trans-Ocean airline connecting the Principal is-
lands by a fleet of five converted Navy amphi-
bian patrol bombers and bv a new Pacific Ml-
croneslan shipping line, with one large and six
smaller freight and passenger vessels. These
transport facilities have just been taken over
from Navy transport. Of possible interest to the
U. 8. taxpayer, these new private transportation
Unes are expected to save the government some
$2 million a year.
Even so, the Trust Territory will be an item
of expense to the United States for as long as
It holds the trusteeship. For the coming year,
$6 million were budgeted to run the islands. Of
this. SI.5 million were Intended to start a 10-
year program for permanent construction of
power plants, docks, housing, schools and med-
ical centers. Action is not yet final. Congres-
sional economizers are threatening to cut costs
to some $4 million. Congress has yet to pass
organic legislation giving the Trust Territory
official status under U. 8. government.
Though Mary Martin, washing that man right
out of her hair in "South Pacific," and the
Kon-Tlki" voyage have glamorized this whole
ocean for a post-war world, it still remains an
economic liability. Survivors of the bloody Is-
land-hopping war learned to hate each atoll de-
voutly. The island paradise stuff Is overrated.
White people who stav on the Islands too long
go "rock happy."
The Islands were a busy place under the Jap-
anese between World Wars I and II. There were
half a dozen shipping lines operating, a big fish
trade, sugar mills and pineapple canneries.
There were 100,000 people In the Marianas. But
when all the Japanese were shipped back home
at the end of the war, only 6000 natives were
left. At Palau. which was the Jap capital for
the Islands, the Americans are now unfavorably
compared because business Is dead.
Whv does this country hang onto the islands?
Principally to keep anybody else from holding
them. The original attack on Pearl Harbor was
launched from Jap naval bases in this area.
So the United States accepted the United Na-
tion? trusteeship over the territory and with it
accented responsibility for economic and cul-
tural advancement of the people, and the pro-
motion of their freedoms. The program calls
(or schools, medical care, a system of police and
courts, and gradually, a degree of self-govern-
ment
WABHINOTON.-
ernor of the rockrlbbed Republican state of Vermont, one
two states voting for Alf Landon in 18S6. Aiken U a frugal gentle-
man as are most Vermonters, but he writhed as he sat listening
to Senator Byrd of Virginia lead a drive to cut appropriations
for school lunches, Juvenile delinquency, the women's bureau and
the children's bureau.
Finally Alken could stand it no more.
"An $00,000,000 ship Is being built at Newport News. Virginia,"
he told Senator Byrd, who used to be Oovernor of Virginia. "Ik
will be turned over to one of the shipping lines for 138,000,000
or a gift by Uncle Sam of $50,000,000. That gift is 50 per cent
more money than we plan to appropriate for maternal and child
welfare work In this country under the budget outs.
"Does a five-year-old child have any cash value?" continued
the usually mild-mannered Vermont senator. "What is it worth
i S^'iSi" crlPP,ed person to a place where he Is self support-
uig? what is the cash value of a healthy mother, as compared
to a nek one? Are we to determine this in terms of dollars and
ce.?,ts and declded tne *w*r the cents the better off the country
will be?"
"To hear the talk this afternoon." Alken added bitterly. "
might assume that we ought to drown all our children and
mothers and get them out of the way. Then they couldn't cost
us anything."
^ WASHINGTON PIPELINE
The subpoena which the Senate Crime Committee is issuing
for Governor Fuller Warren of Florida will set a precedent which
some Senators think should be applied to Governor Dewey. They
want to question Dewey as to why he released Lucky Luciano
v hen Luciano had a 30-50 year Jail sentence yet to serve... David
Lilienthal, ex-head of the Atomic Energy Commission, made a
iptclal call at the White House to warn Truman that the new
AEC Is giving out entirely too much secret information in its
press releases. A gold mine for the Russians is in the AEC press
announcements, Lilienthal told Truman... The belated announce-
ment of Tennessee's aged Senator McKellar that he will run
again has left young, energetic Congressman Albert Gore oul
on a limb.
Previously, McKellar had made a gentleman's agreement that
he would retire, leaving the way open for Gore. As a result, Gore
nad made a gentleman's agreement with the other Tennessee
congrssmen that he would give up his seat, and his congressional
district pould be split among them. This solved the problem of
who would lose a seat, when Tennessee gets cut down ono
congressman next year. However, Gore Is now out In the cold,
unless he decides to tackle the veteran McKellar...
Wyoming's Democratic Senator Lester Hunt has the most
bipartisan record In the Senate since the death of Michigan's
great Senator Vandenberg. the champion of the bipartisan for-
eign policy. The latest tabulation of Senate votes shows that
Hunt's record Is 93 per cent bipartisan.
PEACE OVERTURES
It is no longer a secret that U.B. delegates to the United
Nations were working with other U.N. members for some time on
a Korean truce proposal and that Comrade Malik Jumped the /
gun on them. /
The most Important issue in these discussions, however, did
not leak out namely, the differences of opinion regarding
two highly controversial points: 1. Disposition of Formosa; and
2. Seating the Chinese Reds in the United Nations.
The MB. proposal, discussed with 15 other U.N. nations by
U.S. Ambassador Ernest Gross, was to postpone any consideration
of Formosa or seating the Reds until after all other conditions
had been Ironed out. The State Department was completely
.clamant on this, and maintained that we would not discuss
these two points even until: 1. The whole Korean question hjn}
been settled, and 2. All troops had been withdrawn.
This was the chief stumbling block between ourselves an4
some other U.N. members. ]
Other points- In the propaganda truce agreement were fa&ky
simple namely, a 20-mlle demilitarized zone north of the 38tn
parallel, and an agreement that there would be no more bomblags
no more guerrilla warfare, and no more troops or equipment
moved in Korea by either side during the truce.
The above terms were somewhat similar to those which
President Truman sent to General MacArthur for his perusal
just before Easter and Which MacArthur subsequently issued as
ni* own. MacArthur's Jumping the gun was one fact which con-
tributed to his ouster. The President, however, Is in no position
to oust Comrade Malik for likewise jumping the gun he heard
'hat the U.N. and the U.S.A. were working oa a true*.

BEEF ABC
Here are some ABC facts on beef which Mike DiSalle is sup >
Plying Congressmen in his desperate fight to retain price con-
trols:
1) Since January 1950 cattle prices have gone up 53 per cent
while the prices paid by farmers have gone up only 13 per cent,'
2) If Congress permits DiSalie's proposed rollbacks, beef
even after all rollbacks will still be seling higher than In any
year prior to Korea. Previous all-time high was $22.40 per hundred
pounds. After rollbacks It would be $25.
3) While cattle prices went up 53 per cent, wages of manu-
facturing workers rose only 10.6 per cent since January '50. The
level or consumer prices In the same period went up only "9.7
per cent.
The price of cattle In the last eighteen months has risen
three times more than the price of food items, four times as
much as the price paid by farmers and more than five times as
much as the wages of manufacturing workers.
4) The middlemen who feed cattle for the packer and thus
produce a higher grade of meat also claim they don't have enough
"incentive" under the proposed rollbacks. Real fact is, however,
that even after the rollbacks the cattle feeders will make oa
uverage profit of about $40 per animal. And for the past tea-
years the feeders have been quite content with an average profit
of $22.91 per head.
NOTE: Mike DiSalle la now asking: How much "Incentive*
do the cattlemen need? ,
(Copyright. 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
TO THE HOLDERS OF
SCHLUMBERGER OVERSEAS, S. A.
Serial Bonds First Scries
Payable on or before April I, 1957
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the
provisions of the Serial Bonds First Series of SCHLUM-
BERGER OVERSEAS, S. A., payable on or before April
1, 1957, the following numbered Bond* have been
drawn by lot and will be redeemed on October 1, 1951:
Nos. MX 3, MX 8, MX 15, MX 26, MX 56.
On October 1, 1951 aid bonds will become due
and payable at the principal amount thereof, together
with accrued interest to October 1, 1951, upon pre-
sentation and surrender thereof at the office of tha
Company, 33 Central Avenue, Panam City, Republic
of Panam. From and after October 1, 1951, interest
on said bonds will ceaae to accrue.
SCHLUMBERGER OVERSEAS, S. A.
By A. J. StoJI. Treasurer.


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AND MBS. ARTHUR E. SUTTON at the reception in the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoli. following their wedding in
St. Luke's Cathedral on Friday evening. June 29. Mrs. Sut-
ton. the former Miss Betty F. Y. Chan, is a member of the
nursing staff of Gorgas Hospital. Mr. Sutton is a member
t)f the Canal Zone Police Department and is stationed at
Cristobal.
GILLETTE COMPANY REPRESENTATIVES
INTRODUCED AT COCKTAIL PARTY
Climaxing a three day convention at the Hotel Washing-
ton, of the Latin American representatives of the Gillette
Export Corporation, Mr. Bernard Eibner, local manager of the
company, entertained with a cocktail party and buffet lun-
cheon at the Hotel Washington, Saturday.
At this time the officials from
Boston. Mass.. and Latin Ameri-
can Sales representatives were
Introduced to local officials, di-
rectors of the Free Trade Zone
Committee, Latin consuls, bank-
ing officials and business men
from Colon and Cristobal.
The company's officers who
were present from Boston includ-
ed: Messrs Irving Sandbank.
A.W.K. Billings. Renous Russell
and the advertising manager. Jo-
seph Novas.
Bed Cross Card Party
Very Successful
The benefit card party -which
was given Saturday afternoon at j Sidney Lew. Miss Melba Chong
the Strangers Club by the Colon and Mrs. Victoria Wong, with
Sunday. Co-hostesses with Miss
Kam were: Mrs. Rosa Young and
Mrs. Henry Sanchez.
A large box decorated with
hearts and wedding bells con-
tained the shower gifts. After the
gifts had been opened, games
were played and the prizes were
won by Miss Jessica Seixas. Miss
Mable Lyew. Miss Hermlna Kam.
Mrs. Owen Delgado, Mrs. Caro-
line Stuart. Mrs. Francisco Wong.
Mrs. Rosa Young and Mrs. Hen-
ry Sanchez.
The guests included the mother
of the honoree. Mrs. Samuel
Limchin and other relatives. Mrs.
Red Cross was a very successful
affair. Mrs. Agustn Cedeo.
president of the Colon Red Cross,
wishes to thank all who partici-
pated in the affair, or contribu-i Dora DelRaoV)
ted of their services or money to
assist this worthy cause.
Tea was served following the
afternoon of games. The ladies
who poured at the two tea tables
were: Mrs. Julia Emillanl. vice-
president of the Colon Red Cross,
and Mrs. Humberto Lelgnadler.
director, with Mrs. Antonio Ta-
garopul(K and Mrs. Luis Eduar-
do Castillo.
Mrs. Enrique Serventi won the
door prize, which was donated by
Pohoonml Brothers. Mrs. Jorge
Patino Linares won a cake don-
ated by the Hotel Washington:
Mrs. Isaac Sasso received a mar-
ble ashtray given by the Flor de
Bombay and Mrs Julia Emiliani
wo na handpainted plate from
Motta's.
Mrs. Santiago Kam. Mrs. Fred-
erick Haseloff. Mrs. Henry Lyew.
Mrs. Louis Wong. Mrs. Adina
Chont Mrs. Qpgina .Kam. Miss
lia Gutie-
ifc Mrs BfRlTia 1
i t>elga/io *Ms Li
Miss Limchin Complimented
with Shower
rrez. Miss JeaiiKm^Miss Fran-
ces Wong, Ms Angele Kam.
Miss Gloria, and- Miss Sophie
Yliap
The hostesses were assisted by
Mrs. Francisco Wong. Mrs. Dora
Seixas. Mrs. Catallno Porras.
Miss Mable Lyew and Miss Her-
minia Kam.
Miss Limchin is a graduate of
SI. Mary's Academy and for the
past four years has been secretary
to the assistant manager of the
Panama Agencies Company. She
recently resigned her position
and is leaving by plane Sunday
for Venezuela.
Dr. Lee is a prominent business
man and scientist in Caracas. He
is a graduate of Cornell Univer-
Islty.
Birthdav Supper Party
Miss Patricia Casswell was
Casswell on her birthday anni-
versary.
The guests included Miss Ann
Newhard, Miss Lellia Letena^ler.
Miss Margaret McKenzle. Miss
Nancy Gilder and Messrs Frank
Suljivan. Reed Mcllvalne. Tom
Stewart and Jack Rellly.
Mr. and Mrs. Bell
Receiving Congratulation*
Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. Bell, of
the Coco Solo Naval Station are
receiving the congratulations of
their friends this evening on the
occasion of their ninth wedding
anniversary.
Mrs, Bell's son. Edward A.Ste-
venson is also celebrating his
20th birthday anniversary.
Friends are invited to call dur-
ing the evening.
Attending Reception
at Army-Navy Club
Among the Atlantic Side guests
who attended the reception given
by Lt. General and Mrs. William
H. H. Morris, Jr., at the Army-
Navy Club Saturday evening
were: Colonel and Mrs. James E.
Bowen, Jr., Colonel and Mrs.
James W. Pumpelly, Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Adams. Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. Thomas M. Lamer and
Major and Mrs. Byron King.
Independence Day
To Be Observed at Consulate
The United States Consul at
Colon and Mrs. Charles H. Whlt-
aker will receive the members of
the American Colony in Colon
from 11:00 to 1:00 p.m. Wednes-
day, July 4. ,
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON '
NEA Staff Correspondent
Informal Breakfast
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix enter-
tained with another o fa series
of Sunday morning breakfasts at
their home. Their guests were:
Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Qulnn and
their'son Bill Qulnn.
Bon Voyage Dinner Party
Captain and Mrs. A. S. Baker,
of the Coco Solo Naval Station
had an informal dinner party at
their quarters last evening, to
honor Lt. and Mrs. S. A. Peder-
son who sailed today for the
States en route to Bremerton,
Washington, for duty.
The other guests were: Lieu-
tenant Commander and Mrs. F.
C. Roepke and Lt. and Mrs. E.
J. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey
Return from Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bailey, of
Brazos Heights, arrived Monday
on the "Cldoa" of the United
Fruit Line from Mobile. Ala. They
have spent a vacation hi Los An-
geles and New Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold White
had the Baileys as their lunch-
eon guests upon their arrival.
Miss Juliette Limchin, who j honored with a buffet supper par-
leaves next week for Caracas.
Venezuela, to wed Dr. Cecil S.
Lee, was honored with a miscel-
laneous gift shower given at the
residence of Miss Dorothy Kam,
ty given by her brother. Bill, at
the home of their parents. Cap-
tain and Mrs W. H. Casswell of
Margarita. Saturday evening. The
occasion complime n 1 e d Miss
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Alumnae Meeting Cancelled
The meeting of the St. Mary's
Alumnae Association, which was
to have been held Wednesday
evening has been postponed be-
cause of the holiday.
Annual 4th Celebration in Gatun
The town's annual 4tfi of July
celebration will be held In Gatun
starting at 8:00 a.m. with flag
(Continued on Page 16)
20th MP Company
Sends 6th Man
To OCS Training
FORTGULICK.cz. July 3
Corporal Harry J. Durriell of the
20th Military Police Company at
Fort Gulick left the Isthmus yes-
terday, en route to Fort Jackson,
South Carolina, where he will en-
roll in the Officers Candidate
School, he will spend a 21-day
leave with his, family In Chicora
Pennsylvania.
A native of Titusville, Penn-
sylvania, he worked as a wolder
for Struthers Weils Company of
that city before Joining the Army
on September 1, 1948.
Corporal Durnell is. the sixth
man from the 20th Military Po- -
lice Company to be selected to first bullfight dram, "Time Will
attend Officers Candidate School. I Tell," will direct a hush-hush
HOLLYWOOD < NEA) Exclu-
sively Yours: If Richard Widmark
can overcome the stamp of a
dyed-ln-the-wood heel, so can
Dan Duryea. Dan, slapper-down-
er, sneerer, and a woman-cuffer
for 10 years In Hollywood, plays
his first sympathetic role In
"Chicago Calling."
Says Dan: "I'm out to prove
that I can do straight parts and
character leads. This Is the kind
of part I could never get. Nobody
would think of. giving It to me."
'i
Trade paper headline: "Pic-
tures Too Talkative, Opines Pro-
ducer."
Now the man make* the dis-
covery. % .

Bob Taylor and Barbara Stan-
wyck are mighty unhappy about
those "inside" stories to the fan
mags about their marital crack-
up. In one yarn Bob Is hailed as
the heavy, In another Barbara is
pictured as the heart-buster.
They've talked to no one on the
subject. Barbara's divorce won't
be legal for another 10 months,
but the reconciliation talk has
faded. One of their pals told me:
"They're not getting anywhere."

Dan Dailey's refusal to let'Hol-
lywood lensers snap him at the
glitter spots with very, very
young Barbara Whiting has the
beys steaming.

Wedding bells are ahead for
Joan Davis and Hollywood fur-
rier Abe Llpsey, who's telling
pals that he has popped the ques-
tion and received a yes answer.

There's a surprise ending to
Paramount's "R h u b a r b." Jan
Sterling and Ray Mllland are
seen walking through a park. The
man on a bench who peeks from
behind a newspaper is Paul
Douglas, Jan's real-life hubby,
who didn't get one penny for the
gag.

Loyce Whlteman is on the
comeback trail with a warbling
trio. 8he's the ex-w!fe of Harry
Barrls, one of the original
Rhythm Boys.

With "Reunion in Reno" and
"The Las Vegas Story" soon to be
released, Harry Cimring predicts
a Nevada cycle of films. Featur-
ing "I Lost All My Jack in Canon
"City," starring, of course, Jack
Carson.
The publicity guns are boom-
ing for Mona Freeman as a logic-
al bet for a big-time personality..
Second the motion.
-
Susan Cabot, the glamor pee-
wee at UI, will be launched to
stardom as Jeff Chandler's lead-
ing lady in "The Battle of Apa-
che Pass." Beverly Tyler also
draws a top role.
.
A film writer has ground out
an original about a famous mo-
vie star now waiting for her di-
vorce from a young man about
town. The climax comes when the
estranged groom kidnaps the
bride in her nightgown. The bride
gets word to her new flame, a
young director, and there Is a
wild slugfest in which the direc-
tor gets knocked out. As Jack
Benny would sav, "Hmmm!"

An agent notified a blonde
starlet to rush out to UI for a role
in the film version of Robert
Louis Stevenson's "The Treasure
of Franchard."
"Gosh," said the lame brain,
"are they making Franchard
Tone's life story already?"

Hazel Brooks. ."The Body" In
"Body and Soul," turns up as
"The Laugh" In "The Basketball
Fix." She's whispering: "I'm a
comedienne, kid. It may be a
whole big new career."

..Now Hollywood's drawing di-
rectors from TV ranks. Robert
Angus, who turned, oat video's
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Our salute to the heroes of
The United States of America
who gave life to their country
that it might stand a a work-
ing example of the principle
that "Liberty and Justice for
All" can build m great and
prosperous Nation, ,
Our friends in the Canal
Zone.. . the Armed Forces
and U. S. Government person-
nel. . con fed proud*that
their Constitution has with'
stood the test of time and re-
mains an inspiring example to
other peoples of the world on
this, its 175th Anniversary I -
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Saludamos sinceramente m
nuestros buenos vecinos de la
Noble y Democrtica Nacin
de los Estados Unidos de Am-
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su Independencia.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1M1
Frogmen Brave Slimy Hell
Training For Combat Jobs
By WILLIAM A. SHIRES
' LITTLE CREEK, Va., July 3
{UP The stench of ooze and
dhoked salt-water slough hits you
in the iace. The humid, loul-
melllng air wraps you In smo-
thering blankets of cold sweat.
I More than 100 mud and sllme-
wered men wade, crawl and
umble through this sickening
rfoo. Snaking Into the weeds a-
l&ng the banks, they look like
ugly, slimy snails.
lCovered with mud. the men
cfawl on throueh the watery
marshes. A barbed-wire barricade
fkces them and they make un-
der on their backs. Then hell
breaks loose.
! Explosion* turn the marsh
Into quaking jelly, sending up
bowers of mud, pads and
reed-choked water.
' The men crouch low, then run
With explosive charges bursting
oil every side. 8ome sink walst-
detp Into the green slime.
.The noise becomes deafening.
The explosions go on. Hour after
hour the men slog ahead.
When they break out "iron ra-
Sons," the exploding charges
ow mud and grit Into the food.
. They go on.
This is hell, the men think. Af-
tr this, those who come through
without breaking can take it.
Firemen Find Flaw
In High Education
', CHAMPAION. HI.. July 3 (UP)
-*-A student Joke nearly resulted
in the burning of a University of
Illinois fraternity house.
Students filled a fraternity bro-
ther's room with a mass of paper
newspapers, napkins and other
handy paper. The room's occu-
pant dumped It out a window.
Somehow the paper caught fire.
Firemen put the blaze out af-
ter it corched a window frame
and broke several panes of glass.
Firemen said they weren't cer-
tain higher education could do
much for the sense of humor.
Prof's Boredom
Matches Students'
iLINCOLN. Neb., July 3 (UP)
Aweary student preparing a long
report for a University of Nebras-
ka economics class stopped about
two-thirds through h& report
and wrote: "Areyou still with me,
Professor?"
Any hope that professors don't
wade through their assignments
disappeared when the student re-
cjjMl ih.ninny.hick. _
The professor noted: "I'm still
with you but fm not happy a-
o4ut It."

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BRAVE
WORDS
Their reward after this
nerve-wracking day. climaxing
"Hell Week," is a pair of rubber-
flippers and designation as Na-
vy frogmen.
Many don't make It. Some have
to be carried out of this sea
of weeds', mud. slime and waves
of shimmering, humid heat. Am-
bulance teams wait on the edge
of the swamp to take glassy-eyed
fatigue victims to hospitals.
The Navy amphibious forces,
which train the frogmen, esti-
mate that only 50 per cent of the
volunteers.for this type of work
can take it the way a frogman
has to.
During "Hell Week." which cli-
maxes weeks of arduous training
at the naval amphibious base
here, the men are taken out Into
Chesapeake Bay before dawn.
From hundreds of yards out. they
swim silently, sometimes under-
water, to the beaches, then push
Into the swampy marshes. Late
in the afternoon, they reach
their objective.
The frogmen are the Navy's
underwater demolition experts.
In an Invasion, they go In on un-
known enemy beaches In ad-
vance of landing forces to locate
the enemy's defenses and knock
them out. .
It Isn't easy work.
Newsstand Owner
Taxes Readers
Who Just Browse
MILWAUKEE. July 3 (UP)
Browsing readers who don't buy
have become more and more of a
problem to a Milwaukee maga-
zine stand operator.
First he posted a sign that
read: "No loitering." Then:
"Please do not handle the maga-
zines." Finally: "A charge of 95
cents an hour Is required If more
magazines are handled than are
bought."
Crop Duster Gets
New Magnetic Grip
BANSINO. Mich. July 3 (UP)
Agricultural engineer Henry Bo-
wen has developed a "magnetic"
crop duster which promises bet-
ter coverage and less waste In
control of ptent diseases and, in-
sects.
Bowen's device charges the
spray particles electrically as
they emerge from a regular
spraying machine. The charge
lasts long enough for the parti-
cle* to be attracted-to plant
leaves carrying an opposite
charge.
500,000 Have Died In Fires
In US, Canada In 50 Years
By WILLIAM GILL
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BOSTON. July 3 (UP) Fire
claimed some 500,000 Uves in the
United States and Canada during
the first half of this century.
Improved construction tech-
niques and new flre-fightlng
equipment apparently have failed
to cut fatalities. The annual toll
In the United States alone has
averaged 10.000 deaths for a con-
siderable period, according to the
national Fire Protection Associa-
tion of Boston.
Strangely enough, some of the
biggest fires resulted in little or
no loss of Hie. Blazes confined to
one building often have taken
more lives than sweeping fires
that leveled entire cilios.
A total of 60S persons., mostly
women and children, perished in
Chicago's Iroquols Theater holo-
caust In 1903, and 492 died In the
Coconut Grove night club fire at
Boston In 1942.
In neither of those fires did
the flames spread beyond the
buildings where they started.
On the other hand, not a per-
son was killed to fires that with-
in three days of each other vir-
tually destroyed the cities of Rl-
mouskl and Cabano. Que., in
May. 1950.
However, not all communities
ravaged by what the Fire Protec-
tion Association classifies a
"conflagrations'' havt been as
lucky as the two Quebec cities.
An estimated 500 lives were
lost in the fire that followed the
San Francisco earthquake of 1906
and which bumed unchecked
for two days. More than 28,000
buildings were destroyed. Damage
was placed at $350.000.000. It was
the worst conflagration in North
American history.
Two cargo ships, both carrying
highly explosive ammonium ni-
trate, blew up on successive days
at Texas City. Tex., in 1947 to
touch off the worst conflgratlon
Of recent years. The toll was 468
dead. 100 missing and about 3,000
Injured. Property loss ran to more
than $67,000,000.
Forest fires have been respon-
sible for some of the most devas-
tating conflagrations since the
turn of the century. October
seems to be the fatal month for
such blazes.
Fed by tlnder-dry trees, a
mammoth wall of flame swept 15
townships In Minnesota In Octo-
ber, 1918. leaving 559 dead. Dam-
age was estimated at $25,000,000.
During the same month in
1922, forest fires burned through
19 northern Ontario townships,
killing 44 persons and causing
more than $6.000,000 damage. An-
other series of forest fires swept
Maine in October. 1947. More
than 1,200 buildings were razed
When displayed from a win
dow horizontally or at an
angle, the union of the Flag
goes to peak of the staff
(uniese at half-staff).
as 16 died In the $80,000,000 con-
flag rat Ion.
On Easter 8unday, 1908. Chel-
sea Mass., was reduced to a
charred ruin In a $12,000.000 blaze
that destroyed 3,900 buildings.
Five months later another fire
burned through Chelsea, destroy-
ing 33 structures valued at fl,-
300,000.
Salem. Mass.. scene of the co-
lonial witchcraft trials, must
have seemed like a devil's own In-
ferno on June 25. 1914. Six per-
sons died that day in a $14.000,000
fire that wrecked 1,600 buildings.
A SALUTE TO FREEDOM!
If the heroes of yesterday could be
here now, how pleased they would
be of the tremendous strides forward
their heirs have taken to make the
country they fought and sacrificed
for, the greatest stronghold of the
democratic way of tiring in the
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ctssful canning of whole fresh
milk In history Is In progress
htre under direction of the In-
ventor of a revolutionary pro-
cess.
Dr. Roy R. Grave, 64-yar-
iJd agricultural research scient-
ist from Valparaiso, Ind., reveal-
ed the secret of his process that
already la producing 2,000 gal-
lons of canned freah. milk per
day at a local dairy.
. The successful method of milk
preservation was developed after
92 years of experimenta for the
ST. 8. Department of Agricul-
ture.
Industry leaders hailed the
development as the answer to
a problem of marketing: the u.
U. milk surplus to areas through-
out the world where fresh
milk Is critically needed.
The process replace* con-
ventional pasteurization with
sterilization. The milk never Is
exposed to air from the time It
Is taken from the cow until It's
sealed in the can. Canning is
done in an "aseptic" atmosphere
of superheated '. steam under
electronic temperature control.
Dr. Graves' process de-
fiats ths three major ob-
stacks to fresh milk pre-
servation. It destroys rest
dual bacteria by steriliza-
tion, stops entymes and
prevents oxidation.
Sterilization replaces pasteu-
rization, the standard method
of milk treatment since Louis
Pasteur. Pasteurization raises
milk temperature to between
161 and 162 degrees Fahrenheit
for 17 or, 18 seconds.
The Grave* sterilizing; process
"" milk f> *. minimum
temperature of 278 degrees for
r ---ida. That destroys dl-
r- -\ spoilage organisms
"es which cause milk
to sour.
. aves said his process
\1 rsrve milk In cans wtlh-
out condensation. evaporation
or heavy refrigeration for six
months to a year. Plans call for
expansion of production here to
1.000 gallons an hour, although
ther Hhs been rio domestic
marketing so far.
"There's tremendous void
to fill abroad where peopla don't
have a good safe milk suDply."
Dr. Graves said. "We don't ex-
pect to make a dent In the do-
mestic market, however."
'We Hold These Truths to Be Self-Evident'
Short Short Movie
Sent Out To Curb
Forest Fires
LANSING. Mich.. July 3 (UP)
The Michigan Conservation De-
partment has come up with an
Idea it hopes will Impress people
with the urgent need of prevent-
ing the destructive forest fires
which plague Michigan every
summer.
It is putting out a one minute
film to be shown In movie houses
throughout the state. The "trail-
-r" will show the high rolls of
smoke and belching flames of
some of the most thought provok-
ing forest fires ever filmed.
Detroit Relaxes
On Tree Licenses
DETROIT. July 3 (UP) De-
troit will have more shade trees
than any other city in the na-
tion if the Parks and Recreation
Department can clear away some
of the municipal red tape.
Department superintendent J.
J. Consldlne says anv citizen can
get a free permit for planting
crees, plus some practical Infor-
mation on how to care for them
if he desires.
Previously, it had been diffi-
cult for homeowners to plant
trees or shrubs in their yards be-
cause of the city's requirement
that they obtain a "tree license."
Veteran Bargeman
Finds No Romance
On Ohio River
LOUI8VILLE, Ky. July I, (UP)
Walt Garland, who beached
himself after 20 years of Ohio
River life, says he will miss no
"river romance' by living on
land.
Garland, a native of Virginia,
looks the part of a legendary ri-
verman, with a wooden peg-leg
and a weatherbeaten face.
His home ahd been a cabin a-
top a 47-foot barge that he has
pushed up and down the river
from Ashland. Ky., to Evansvllle.
Ind.. with a motor boat. Now both
the barge and boat are on land
and Garland says "here I'm go-
ing to stay ... at least until I can
get into an old solditr's home."
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Marching for freedom from fear,
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Freedom of religion
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In this trying period between
the war that is just over and the
peace that is not yet secure,
when liberty and life and demo-
cracy are threatened on every
side, we must be as alert as
were the forefathers to defend
those same inalienable rights
and join our efforts in the pur-
suit of happiness for all man-
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On this great Independ-
ence Day, let us pray for
everlasting freedom in
the Americas.
ALMACN DE LIMA
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Tel. 2-2413
New Yorker Says Parents Can
Halt Juvenile Drug Menace
By
GAY PAULEY
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et as loin our efforts in
the pursuit of happiner-
'or all mankind I .
GATENO'S
104 Central Avenue
Tal. 2-3405
NEW YORK. July S (UP)
Bertha Schwartz. New York's on-
ly councilwojnan, says It's up to
parents more than anyone else to
halt the spread of narcotic addic-
tion among juveniles.
Miss Schwartz, a leader In a
city, state and national legisla-
tive campaign against narcotics
traffic, said addiction among
teenagers has spread alarmingly
in the last three or four years.
No one knows the number of
cases nationally, she said, but she
estimated "around 15,000 In this
city alone."
"We can legislate against this
curse," she said, "but that is only
a small part of stopping: It.
"In the final analysis, par-
ents will be the ones responsi-
ble. They're the ones closest to
the children, or should be, at
least. If enough of them get a -
larmed, we'll get action."
Miss Schwartz, a lawyer turned
lawmaker, gave this advice to
parents:
"Know where your children
are, who their friends are. what
they are doing at all times. I don't
mean that children should be de-
prived of their freedom. But it's
up to parents to guide them In the
right channels and be on such
good terms with them they'll tell
you what goes on in their dally
lives."
"That," she said, "Is a preven-
tive and the most important, of
course."
For a cure, if a child is addict-
ed, Miss Schwartz said a parent
should forget false pride and go
Immediately to the family physi-
cian, the minister, school officials
or the police department.
Checking in with authorities
gives them a chance perhaps to
oatch the seller, she said. She
Pilgrim Windmill
ins At Museum
Built By Ford
DEARBORN. Mich., July 3 (UP)
The oldest windmill In America,
built in 1633, Is turning again. It
was built by early settlers on
Cape Cod, Mass.. 13 years' after
the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth
and recently brought to Ford's
rambling outdoor museum,
Greenfield Village.
The Dutch-type gristmill has
been restored with sails 64 feet
across. Early records show that
its power originally was equal to
"forty yoke of oxen."
added,. "Dope addiction Is not a
crime... there will be no penalty
for the child."
"It's the illegal peddler who la
punishable," she said.
Miss Schwartz said most medi-
cal authorities recommend six
months to one year hospital isa -
tion for an addict.
"Unfortunately." she added,
"this nation doesn't have nearly
enough facilities. There's only
one federal hospital at Lexing-
ton, Ky. Although It takes volun-
tary patients, they're not segre-
Sated from those committed by
le government."
Councllwoman Schwartz is try-
ing to do something about that,
too. She has offered legislation
for increasing hospital facilities,
multiplying the number of city
and federal narcotics squads, and
for a wide program of education
for parents and children.
She also advocates severe pen-
alties for peddlers, especially
those who cater to young people.
"The crime they commit is as
bad as murder," she said empha-
tically. "I think it should be pun-
ished as such."
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA) A full-
sized movie empress of the "Came
the Dawn" era said pooh-pooh
to the expanse of chest that some
television dolls are showing.
Dad, she winked, got more of
an eyeful watching silent movie
sirens.
Leatrice Joy rolled the blue-
green orbs that paralyzed the
boys back In the days of the pia-
no in the pit and the "Ladies Will
Please Remove Their Hats" slide,
"We did it better in the movies
than they're doing it on TV." Lea-
trice said in a mink-rich voice.
"Did we have plunging neck-
lines? Oh, Brother!"
Leatrice drew a finger across
her midriff.
"Some of my gowns were cut
down to here and the backs were
even lower. We just didn't push
up the bosom In the old days the
way they're doing it now. Cecil
B. DeMllle used to dress me in
chiffon gowns. Yon could see right
through them.
Leatrice. whose hair is gray
now. threw back her head and
laughed.
Just the way she did It when
Rod La Rocque asked her to come
up and see the new Toulouse-
Lautrec in his bachelor apart-
ment or when Thomas Meighan
asked her to give up her wicked
ways and live the good, clean life.
Chest colds?
Leatrice couldn't remember get-
ting one or worrying about them
In those slit-way-down duds.

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right to LIFE, LIBERTY and the
PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS was pro-
claimed 175 years ago . but let
us ramember that FREEDOM must
be zealously guarded to be forever
maintained!
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"It was the eyelashes that gave
us Influenza," she howled. "False
ones hadn't been Invented. We'd
snip off long lengths of our own
hair and fasten them to our eye-
lids with tweezers and spirit gum.
You never saw such long eyelash-
es. I'd bat them and they'd stir
up a breeze. They were pneumo-
nia things, brother."
I muttered that publicity men
must have had a picnic dreaming
up cepy about Leatrice's low-cut
gowns witli all the white open
spaces.
Her eyelashes, too. of course.
Leatrice frowned:
"No, publicity was different in
those days, brother. I pick up
movie magazines and read all
those Inside stories. 'The Truth
About Betty Button." 'The Real
Dan Dailey.' There was more of
a secretive feeling about stars
when the movie Industry- was
young. Nobody knew or cared
what we ate for breakfast. We
didn't do ad tie-ups.
"Our big publicity was about
the trips we took. We'd go up to
Big Bear Lake for a weekend.
Wow. The public went wild. Or
what we'd do to Chicago. Zowie.
A star's makeup secrets were hot
copy. And people were always
naming their babies after me. I
used to send out gold medals to
all the little Leatrices in the na-
tion.
"People weren't let in on our
romanees. John Gilbert and I
were the first two big stars to
marry. I didn't make the head-
lines. We were together and se-
parated, together and separated.
Our marriage was hectic. But no-
body dreamed of putting or
rights on the front page. Nobody
telephoned us for ezclusives or
broke down our doors for scoops.
It was a different kind of Holly-
wood."
Leatrice retired from movies to
devote her time to her small
daughter. Leatrice Joy Gilbert,
but returned briefly in 1929 to
prove that she could plav in talk-
ies with the best of them in "The
Bellamy Trial" and "A Most Im-
moral Lady."
Twenty years passed and she
stayed away from the sound
stages until she was lured back
for "Red Stallion in the Rockies."
"A Wac in His Life" Is her first
picture since "Red Stallion" be-
came a TV classic.
The GLORIOUS FOURTH OF
JULY marks a new milestone
In the march of democracy
. . and Is a symbol of
freedom for mankind!
1776 1951

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It is tho glory, of the United States . .
that show what the, power of personal
liberty is . what self-reliance, energy,
enterprise, and hard-sense men can dev-
elop when they have liberty!
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taken by our Founding Fathers
on that unforgettable Fourth of
July, when the Declaration of
Independence proclaimed the
birth of our nation. That was
175 years ago. Today we cele-
brate July Fourth as Independ-
ence Day, not only to honor
those who so courageously
fought that we might be free,
but also to proudly proclaim
our determination to keep our
banner of freedom flying for-
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Hitler Birth Rate Bill
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BERLIN. July 3 (DP) Ame-
rican taxpayers are paying ofi
today on the promises Adolf
Hitler made to German women
that children born in and out
of wedlock would be supported
by the state. .. ,
The sons and. daughters or
the ilrst Oerman mothers to
win Hitler's thanks during his
babv-breedlng program are now
graduating from nigh school.
They are the children who
were born In 1934-36. the years
Hitler was handing out the
"Mutterkreuz" (Motherscross) to
women for fulfilling his de-
mand for more children.
A bleak future faces most o
these teenagers. Of the 25,000
who are graduating this year
from West Berlin's high schools,
more than half will go on the
jobless rolls. ., ,, .
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States taxpayer comes in. It
U American aid to West Ber-
lin that enables the citv
government to give the chil-
dren the necessary relief to
ezist. "' _,
What's more, the problem will
Increase next year and the
years thereafter, according to
Allied officials, until the peak
period in 1955 and '56 Is reached.
The birth rate climbed stea-
dily during the reign of the
"Fuehrer," rising from less than
1000,000 births yearly to 1,-
413,000 in 1939. In 1934 It was
1 198.000, in 1935 1,263,000 and
In 1936 1.278,000.
In terms of births per thou-
sand In population, it went
from a rate of below 16 to 20.4
In 1939. (Today It Is back around
the 16 mark.)
Whan not on a staff, Flag
I should bo displayed Hot.)
1 indoor* or out. Union al-';
1 way goes uppermost and
on it own Hgh^r
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What to do with these young-
sters about to graduate Is a
problem occupying the minds
of many West German leaders.
The West Berlin house of de-
puties still has not decided
when graduation should take
place this year.
Many of the members hope to
delay the date so that the new
army of Job-hunters will not
loin the already high (2*5,000)
number of unemployed here too
soon.
Competent authorities esti-
mate that there will be 28,000
youths under 18 unemployed in
Berlin after graduation. They
are particularly worried that
this growing unemployment will
increase the high figure of Ju-
venile delinquency.
US'Wild West'
Ranching Methods
Tried In Scotland
INVBRLOCHY. Scotland. July
3 (UP) Far from the rolling
prairies of America's west and
southwest and the ranges of
Argentina, an experiment in
cattle ranching is taking place
near this little town in the
western Highlands of Scotland.
The Great Glen cattle ranch
near Inverlochy, owned by J. W.
Hobbs, Scotland's leading ran-
cher, covers only 5,500 acres but
it is proving successful,
At the Lanark auction mark-
et last month Hobbs sold 200 of
his last year's crop of calves for
6,710 pounds ($18.788) and they
went from as far north as Tyn-
drum, Scotland, to Ipswich, Eng-
land, in the south. In two years,
those calves will provide more
than 300,000 meat rations on the
present British scale!
What has Hobbs don at In-
verlochy? Four years ago the
Great Glen cattle ranch was a
tumbleodwn sheep farm. Hobbs,
an Englishman by birth, a
Scotsman by adoption, and a
Canadian In ranching experi-
ence, decided to apply the ranch
principle to wild Scottish hills.
From Connemara, western
Ireland, he chose Irish heifers
as the foundation of his stock.
That was because rainfall, cli-
mate, and herbage conditions
there were identical to those in
west Scotland.
The cattle were left to roam
the hills 800 feet above sea level,
with silage as their oply suppe-
mentary feeding. Even at calv-
ing, they were never inside all
the year round.
Hobbs had losses but the cat-
tle that survived wire of the
hardiest. That was in the first
years. This year, despite the
severity and length of the win-
ter, losses were almost nothing.
Roaming at will over the
hills, the herds require watch-
ing, and Hobbs employs four
Gaelic-speaking cattle hands.
From dawn to dusk they range
this Scottish ranch on horse-
back and carry 12-foot whips.
Hobb's 200 cattle at Lanark
auction market fetched an aver-
age of about $93 a head. Scot-
tish farmers see In his work at
Inverlochy a practical economic
proposition which is going to
mean much to the Highlands
and to the national larder.
More Important Is that the
Scottish secretary of state, Hec-
tor McNeil, Is Impressed. He Is
convinced of the possibilities of
applying stock rearing on the
same lines In many parts of the
now Impoverished west High-
lands.
A similar experiment Is being
carried out by Lord Lovat In
Strathfarrar, formerly a deer
forest.
Lprd Lovat founded his herd
at Strathfarrar three years ago
as a contribution to Britain's
beef supplies. Today It numbers
650 head and Lord Lovat plans
to develop It to 1,000 head.
He has studied at first hand
cattle-raising conditions In Bra-
zil, Argentina, Texas, Mexico
and Canada. He said the natural
difficulties In the Scottish High-
Gog And Magog Will Sfand
Anew In Guildhall Niche
LONDON. July 3 (UP)
Gog and Magog, legendary
giants of early British history
whose 14-foot effigies were de-
stroyed when German bombs
wrecked the facade of the Lon-
don Guildhall during the blitz,
are going to be restored to their
place in the capital.
The court of the common
council of the City of London
commercial section of the ca-
pitalhas approved plans to re-
carve the figures and set them
up In the rebuilt lower gallery
of the Guildhall.
Agreement was reached over
objections to proposals that the
size of the figures should he
reduced. When Council Chair-
man J. E. Stinson pointed out
that the effigies "would look
enormous" If they were Instal-
led In their former size, some
members shouted: "that's how
they should look."
It was the second time In the
checkered history of the City of
London that Gog and Magog
have had to be restored* Last
lands are less than the normal
experiences on these overseas
sources of beef.
time was in 1706 after the great
fire of 1688 had destroyed the
giants along with most of the
city's wooden buildings.
The original figures had been
around since the reign of Hen-
ry V, in the 11th century. Ac-
counts of their origin have be-
come conflicting with the' pas-
sage pf the centuries, but the
best story current Is the real
life Gog and Magog were the
last survivors of a race of giants
descended from the 13 wlcksd
daughters of the Roman Emper-
or Diocletian.
Diocletian, a despot, was em-
peror from the year 284 AD. to
305 A.D. At that time Roman
colonization of Britain was at
Its height and Gog and Magog
and the other giants were glTtng
the native Britons a bad time.
Finally, the story goes, all the
lants but Gog and Magog were
Uled. These two were brought
to London and compelled to
stand as porters at the gate of
the royal palace.
Later, effigies of them were
taken to the Oulldball. where
most visiting dignitaries are en-
tertained by civic London.
On this glorious day, we Join the chorus
of congratulations to the Unittd States
of America "Ona Nation . with liberty
and justice for all!"
I. L. MADURO, JR.
Panam... Cotn.. New York
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In a simple spire-topped meeting house in Philadelphia in 1776,
liberty was born on papis! Bold in design was the action taken on
that unforgottable Fourth of July, when the Declaration of Inde-
pendence proclaimed the birth of a great Nation!

We congratulate the Americans
for the constancy in which they
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have guarded and are guarding
these honours . not only for
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When the Americans had gloriously accomplished their freedom,
Thomas Paine wrote: "The times that tried men's souls are over...
to see it in our power to make a world happy to teach mankind
the art of being so to exhibit, on the theatre of the universe, a
character hitherto unknown and to have, as it were, a new crea-
tion intrusted to our hands, are honours that command reflection,
and can neither be too highly estimated, nor too gratefully
received. >. *,**..* **-* ___- __ ,
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TUESDAY, JULY S, lwn
Florida's Subpoenaed Gov.
Won't Testify For Probers
BY JAMES RUSSELL
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.. July 3.
(UP) Florida Gov. Fuller War-
ren returned a subpoena to the
U.S. 8enate Crime Committee
esterday with a statement that
t lacked the power to command
hid appearance.
Warren wrote committee chair-
man Herbert O'Conor. D Md.. a
flye-paue letter that said:
*'I have accepted service of this
subpoena, but return the same
herewith to you because. In my
opinion, neither you nor the Sen-
atf committee has the power to
compel me to obey its com-
mands."
The Florida governor told the
committee he would not testify
before It In Washington on Jnlv
B "or on any other date during
my term as Governor of the I
Stte of Florida."
'I think state sovereignty as
adtictlved by the founders of our
Government Is something more
than a fadlne memory to rest In
ttft nation's archives." he said.
(Senator O'Conor Issued a sub-
poena for Warren at the close of
trie crime committee's hearing in ;
Maml June 22. Prior to that
tl(ne. the committee had sent
three "urgent invitations" for
httn to testify in Miami. He had
refused all of them.
4The committee's action was
wtthout precedent. Warren told
""To admit the power of your
coinmlttee to summon me from
the State of Florida at such time
ax it elects, and for such period
o time as It decides is proper, is
tcjadmlt that the committee has
the power to remove me from
this State, deprive me of freedom
oft action In the performance of
n* duties and restrain me from
the discharge of my responsibili-
ties as the chief executive of a
sovereign state and establish a
precedent for such action on the
part of congressional committees
In the future," the governor said.
"Such an encroachment mieht
well mark the beginning of the
end of the dual system of sover-
eignty, federal and state, under
which this nation was establish-
ed."
The fact that he was subpoe-
naed as an individual rather than
as Governor of Florida, made no
difference. Warren declared.
Florida's chief executive re-
peated his denials that he knew
anything about big time racket-
eers Invading Florida or any con-
tributions they might have made
to his 1948 campaign.
Earlier In the day. Warren
added Sen. Lester C. Hunt. D.,
Wyo.. to the list of crime com-
mittee members he wants to de-
bate with on the subject of gam-
bling.
On church platform, U. S.
Flag goes on clergyman's
right. If displayed in the
body of the church, staff
is on congregation's right.
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All US-Rale Canal
Employes To Receive
Payments By Check
Salary payments by check will
be adoptea ior all Panama Canal
Company and Canal Zone Gov-
ernment employes on U.S.-rate
rolls after the payday this week,
W. H. Dunlop, Acting Finance
Director, announced yesterday.
Approximately helf of these
employes are aireatiy being paid
by check and the adoption of
tne system uniformly Is a con-
tinuation of the change from
cash payments on receipt forma
which began about a year ago.
Practically all of the Canal
Zone Government employes are
now being paid by checK and sev-
eral of tne major units of the
Canal Company are also pre-
sently incluued in the plan. The
latter include the Railroad and
Terminals Bureau, Finance Bu-
reau, Commissary Division, and
several of the Supply and Ser-
vices Bureau units.
The payment of employe sala-
ries by check is generally a
standard procedure throughout
the United States Government
service.
Payments by check has been
generally well received among
those units already a part of the
system, and It is expected that
the adoption of .the check-pay-
ment system wrbe found more
satisfactory than pay receipts
since the la i lei can only be cash-
ed at pay windows or pay cars.
United States Gove r n m e n t
checks are easily negotiable upon
proper identification and endor-
sement by holders. The same
general policies in effect else-
where with respect to cashing
checks will oe adopted by Pan-
ama Canal Company whenever
feasible and cashiers in the
larger establishments will be
authorized to cash Company or
Government checks providing
they have sufficient cash on
hand and follow standard proce-
dures as to Identifications and
endorsements.
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21 Japanese
outcast
23 Volume
24 Ha If-em
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Answer to Previous Puzzle
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25 Negative reply,,
27 Hawaiian
precipice
29 Snare
32 Type of cheese r
33Girls name
34 Caterpillar
hair
33 Dissect
36 The dill
37 Angers
38 Symbol for
selenium
39 Bone
40 Down
42 Her
45 Pronoun
47 Mountain
(ab.)
49 Sick
81 Reglete
5.3 Rocky
pinnacle
4 It is
distinguished
by its much
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86 Irregular in
contour
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Mental
abilities
Son of Seth
Pigpen
Symbol for
tellurium
Mimic
Unfettered
Pause
Symbol for
illinium
is able
Type of bomb
Roman
emperor
Wand
Proceed
Quickens
Antecedent
SJUBJU r.
24 Puffs up
26 Commands
27 East African
coin
28 Arabian gulf
30 English
princess
31 Cushions
40 Circular plate
41 Masculine
appellation
43 Robust
44 Paradise
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quantity
48 Woody plant
30 Beat soundly
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32 Skill
33 Unit of weight
85'Long meter
(ab.)
57 Sun god
/yuiy 4th.
The men and women responsible for the
design and completion of the first flag of the
United States of America, had seen the very life-
blood of their contemporaries flow that such a
flag might be possible for a free people! Long
may it wave as a symbol of true democracy!
Zig-Zag
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Telephone 2-3418
We are happy to extend our greetings
to the United States of America
on her 175th Anniversary
of Independence!
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We are happy to extend
our greetings to the
United States of America
on her 175th Anniversary
of Independence!


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Central Ave.
PANAMA
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THE GLORIOUS FOURTH of JULY

Forty-eight stars . one flag.
Forty-eight states . -. one na-
tion This July 4th, we proudly
pay tribute to this glorious
symbol of unity ... a symbol
of freedom for one and all! J
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This great task, laid before the
people of a struggling nation by
their President Abraham Lincoln,
was gloriously accomplished. It
has been undertaken again and
again by their liberty-loving heirs
as a sacred trust in the cause of
Freedom for all!


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by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, that among
these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happineaa." That
whenever these rights are threatened in any way by the forces
of tyranny, we will spring to their defense, aware of the
blessings that only such a form of government can bring us.
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City Of Washington
Took Name In Hoik
Of 1st US President
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 3
This capital of the United btates.
is named in honor of George
Washington, first President oi
the United States.
George Washington chose the
site, located on the Potomac
River, and the first plan for the
city was drawn by Major Char-
les L'Snfant, a French engineer,
under Washington's direction.
The city, which follows closely
the original plans of Its founders,
has many public parks, and
broad avenues radiate from the
National Capitol building.
Today, 151 years after found-
ing, Washington is a city of
about 1,000,000 population. It is
occupies an area ot 69 square
miles and Is administered by the
Federal Government.
The Capitol Is partially sur-
rounded by other Government
buildings including the House of
Representatives and Senate Of-
fice Buildings, the Library of
Congress and its annex, and the
Supreme Court Building. Be-
tween the Capitol and the Wash-
ington Monument. Is the Mall,
one of the city's oldest parks.
Atlantic Society.-
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raising at the Fire Station. A
swimming meet will be held at
the pool from 9:00 to 12:00 m..
with dinner being served at the
Block House starting at 12:30
p.m.
A free movie "Yankee Doodle
Dandy" will be shown at the club-
house at 3:00 p.m. and the adults
will hold a dance at the Gym at
8:00 p.m. _
A free movie "Yankee Doodle
Dandv" will be shown at the
clubhouse at 3:00 p.m. and the
adults will hold a dance at the
Gvm at 8:00 p.m.
All residents who have paid
their 1951 Civic Council dues are
invited to attend. Guests and
out-of-town residents will be
charged 50 cents for their dinner.
Open Demolav Installation
The Cristobal Chapter of the
Order of the Demolay for Boys
will hold an open Installation at
the Cristobal Masonic Temple
this evening at 7:30 p.m.
Victor Mlzraohl. retiring. Mas-
ter councillor, will be the lnstall-
Ung officer. The incoming Mas-
ter Councillor Is Paul Engelke.
John Townshend Is the senior
Councillor and Carlton Croft. Ju-
nior Councillor.
Rev. M. A. Cookson will give
the address of the evening. The
guest soloist Is Mrs. M. A. Cook*
sou, -
Refreshments will be served
following the meeting.
The line of greatest frequency
of the aurora borealls. or "north-
ern lights." runs through north-
ern Norway, across central Hud-
son Bay. around to Point Barrow.
Alaska, and through northern
Siberia. One may see as many as
243 auroras In a year along this
line, says the National Geogra-
phic Society, but only 25 In Maine
and only one in Florida.
Swords And Pistols Might
Tidy Up Congress Debates
WASHINGTON. July 3. (UP) communities know their candi-
dates better and get a higher de-
gree of responsibility from them.
Sen. Paul H. Douglas. D.. 111., a
Chlcagoan who is heading the
Inquiry. Insisted there Is as much
corruption In proportion to pop-
ulation in small towns as there Is
in big cities.
Committee counsel Philip Wlll-
kle. whose late father Wendell
Wlllkie was a OOP Presidential
candidate, then entered the argu-
ment to say rural communities
sent better people to Congress "In
proportion to their talent."
He said the New York delega-
tion in Congress should by rights
have a "fantastic" level of com-
petency but added that with a
few exceptions the New York
congressmen are 'a.group of me-
diocrities."
Voice Of America
English Programs
For July 4, 5 .
Special programming in VOA
English-Language schedule for
Wednesday, July 4. and Thurs-
day, July 5: iUSISi
Wednesday, July 4
8:158::0 p.m. Special Inde-
pendence Day documentary pro-
gram.
8:309:00 p.m. Address by Pre-
sident Harry S Truman, speak-
ing at an Independence Day Ce-
remony at the Washington Mo-
nument In Washington. D.C.
9:159:45 'The Patrite': Ra-
dio adaptation of Sidney Kings-
ley's play, starring Ralph Del-
la my.
Thursday, Julv S
9:4510:00 p.m. Salute to Ve-
n e z u e 1 a. commemorating the
104th Anniversary of the signing
of the Charter of Independence
said votera In small in Caracas.
3en. J. William Fulbrlght. D..
*rk. one of the mildest-looking
men in Washington, said yester-
day It might be a good idea to re-
vive the ancient custom of fight-
ing duels to settle disputes be-
tween prominent people.
While he didn't mention any
names, he said persons given to
making "irresponsible" charges
might soften their remarks a bit
if thev knew they would have to
answer for their words at sword
or gun-point.
The subject was first brought
up by equaBy mild mannered
Sen. George D. Alken. R.. Vt.,
during a Senate Labor Subcom-
mittee hearing on government
morals.
Fulbrlght had been lamenting
the "violence" and bitterness, now
marking arguments over high
policy. Aiken cut In to remark
that duels were the method used
to settle such bitter feuds in- the
"good old days."
Did Fulbrlght favor a return to
that system? Aiken asked.
"I wouldn't be surprised If It
had a lot of merit." Fulbrlght
said after a moment's pause. He
aid It might be a "great ad--
vancement" over the present
method of fighting verbally with
"irresponsible charges and coun-
ter-charges."
The Arkansas democrat did not
say whether he would like to
challenge anyone himself.
It was recalled, however, that
he has had some pretty sharp
verbal fencing matches with per-
sons in high places, up to and
Including President Truman.
Apart from duelling;., the sub-
committee had an argument over
who Is most responsible for al-
leged immortalltv in govern-
ment, the city slicker or his coun-
try cousin.
Rural spokesmen Alken and
Fulbrlght
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Freedom's tone ring
clear in the hearts of
liberty-loving people
around the world!
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Dapper Physician In Trouble;
Death Benefited Him W.Gs
DANBURY, Conn.. Julv 3
(UP) A dapper physician
"caused or precipitated" th^
death of an elderly spinster so
he could Inherit her $100.000
estate and marry his reception-
ist, a coroner's report charged
today.
Dr. Donald P. Gibson, 48, was
charged with the "criminal act"
in a report by Theodore Stelber.
who investigated the death ot
Miss Elizabeth M. Ayres, 71. be-
fore resigning June 15. Stelber
also charged that Dr. Frank T.
Oenovese, who signed Miss Ayres
death certificate, with compli-
city in the woman's death.
Gibson, who lived with Miss
Ayres during her two month Ill-
ness before she died, was charg-
ed with failing to give her an
Injection the day he died, last
July 26. that would have pro-
longed her life. Stelber said tha.
Genovese. the type of person
who "could readily be misled
by a positive character like Gib-
son." 'had advised Gibson on
whether to give Miss Ayres the
injection.
Stelber handed his report to
Lauren Willis, state's attorney,
who said that if the coroner's
report were correct the doctors
could be charged with man-
slaughter. However. Willis said
it would be "some time" before
he completed a study of the 11 ^
page report.
Both doctors said they were
Innocent.
Stelber said that Gibson was!
the man most to blame and had.
the most to gain from Miss'
Ayres' death. He aald that
Genovese was talked into his
part of the plot and had cooper-
ated with police since the wo-1
man's death.
The coroner recommended a
homicide charge against Gib-
son, who was the sole beneficiary
from Miss Ayres' estate. He was
married 10 days after her death
to his nurse-secretary Mrs. Anna
S. Wetmore. 42. Mrs. Wetmore's i
husband died three years ago
after Gibson performed an
operation on him.
Postal Money Order
Of Simpler Type
Now Used In States
A new type of Postal Money
Order, which went into use Mon-
day in the United States, proba-
bly will be received by individ-
uals in the Canal Zone starting
this week, according to Informa-
tion from the Postal. Customs
and Immigration Division.
The new money order is a card
form with perforations for ma-
chine accounting. It can be
cashed at any Canal Zone post-
office or bank.
Because of the perfora ted
markings for machine account-
ing, the new forms must not Be
folded or mutilated in any way
It was explained.
It Is expected that the same
form for money orders will be a-
dopted for use in the Canal Zone
within about a year.
Canal Zone residents who re-
ceive postal money orders from
the States are asked to cash
them as soon as possible.
The cause of Miss Avres' death
never was established. On the
death certificate signed by
Oenovese, cause of death was
listed as several diseases Includ-
ing cancer. An autopsy perform-
ed after the body had been em-
balmed failed to show the cause
of death.
Gibson told a probate iudge
that Miss Ayres had a mother's
concern for his welfare and ha
denied that he ever asked her
for anything In her will.
'At no time did I ever do any-
her mind and never suggested
anything for her to include in
her will." he said.
Stelber's report was based on
a series of hearings he conduct-
ed as coroner, during which time
Gibson said that Miss Ayres'
was "like a mother to me."
Gibson has been involved in
other probate court proceedings.
Shortly after the Investigation
into Miss Ayres' death opened,
he wat dismissed as conservator
of his aunt's estate for "too
hasty and unnecessary expendi-
tures." He was ordered to refund
thing to dominate or control $9,000 to the estate.
With flafa of other nations. .
on separate stafft, all flags
ara of near equal tiie and
t same height; U. 8. Flag]
on tha right. A
Night Watchman
Shoots Guard Who
Checked On Him
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 3
(UP.) A youthful telephone
alarm system.guard was shot to
death early today when he went
to a dry cleaning plant to find
why a night watchman failed
to punch the automatic signal.
Robert D. Bolllnger, 27, was
shot in the heart by a .45 caliber
pistol in a hallway near the
plant offices. George E. Ryman,
63 night watchman, was arrested
on a technical murder charge.
Bolllnger, recently employed
guard for the ADT Alarm Co.,
was sent to the plant to inves-
tigate when Ryman failed to
punch a time clock connected
with the alarm circuit and could j
not be reached by telephone. '
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CINCO CENTESIMOS
El diez de Julio se iniciarn las
gestiones para el cese del fuego
Se consultar a diez Juristas
la convocatoria de la Cmara
As resolvi ayer
el Presidente H.D.
Csar A. Guillen
Resistiremos todo ataque a la libertad
b. _ | _ //via ae. st ha "presentado el in-
mismo que resistimos a la tirana isaafc-";HD-
El Presidente de la Asamblea
Inform en la maana de hoy
que se consultar a diez de
los ms destacados juristas pa-
nameos, a fin de establecer si
la Asamblea Nacional puede se-
guir constituida en Tribunal de
Justicia, despus de haber ter-
minado el periodo de sesiones
extraordinarias a que fue con-
vocada por el rgano Ejecu-
tivo.
En la reunin de ayer diez
y nueve diputado* se pronun-
ciaron a favor de que la con-
vocatoria de la Asamblea para
que considerara los expedientes
que se levantan contra el Ma-
gistrado Publio A. Vsque* y
el H.D. Norberto Zurita.
Sin embargo, como ellos no
constituyen la mayora de la
Asamblea y el presidente de la
misma, HD. Csar Guillen, de-
sea actuar dentro de la ley, se
ha decidido consultar a diez de
nuestros mejores Juristas para
[que emitan su conoepto sobre
este asunto.
Segn se nos Inform, toda-
Hungra pide a los EE.UU.
el retiro de tres miembros de
la Legacin en Budapest
Publicamos a- continuacin el siguiente menssaje del pueblo n'ortesjerlasjri lo amante
Maana se cumplen ciento setenta -y cinco aos que el Congreso Continental declar la in-
dependencia de los tstados Unidos de Amrica.
La Nueva nacin, segn las palabras de uno de sus ms ilustres presidente, "fu concebida en
la libertad y consagrada al principio de que todos los hombres nacen con iguales derechos."
En los tiempos actuales, los norteamericanos nos consagramos de nuevo a aquellos mismos
ideales e*n los cuales se fund nuestra patria. Und vez ms confirmamos nuestra fe en los derechos
que el Creador ha concedido al hombre.
Estos derechos han sido proclamados muchas veces en diferentes lenguas y de modos diversos.
In cuanto a nosotros, fueron proclamados el ao 1776 con la Declaracin de Independencia:
"Sistenemos cc-o verdad evidente que todos los hombres nacen con Iguales derechosrque
a. todos ha concedido el Creador ciertos derechos Inalienables, entre los cuales estn la Vida, la Li-
bertad y la consecucin de la Felicidad".
Durante todo el curso de nuestra historia nacional nos hemos esforzado por que cada ciuda-
dano pueda disfrutar plenamente de los mismos derechos. Hemos realizado y continuamos reali-
zando gran progreso, en este respecto, como lo atestiguan el creciente grado de bienestar econ-
mico y social de nuestros ciudadanos.
Creemos que todo ser humano, en todas partes del mundo, debe disfrutar de idnticos
derechos.
Hay regiones del mundo en que el hombre se encuentra en condiciones de pobreza, de inse-
guridad, de temor. En otras el disfrute de los derechos Individuales se ve amenazado por una de las
pobres Uranias que jams haya conocido la historia. Nos une un profundo sentimiento de camara-
dera a estos seres que luchan por franquear los obstculos que se oponen al logro de su libertad.
Nos hemos empeado en cooperar con ellos para librar al mundo de miserias y opresiones.
Muy lejos de nosotros el deseo de imponer nuestro tipo de vida a otros pueblos o de acrecen-
tar nuestros bienes materiales con perjuicio de otros.
Nos hemos comprometido en colaborar con otras naciones libres e independientes a fin de
establecer y mantener, dentro de los preceptos de la ley y mediante la accin cooperativa tnterna-
Aonal. una paz duradera en el mundo. Confiamos en que los esfuerzos conjuntos de todas las nacio-
nes Ubres conducirn al establecimiento de la paz.
Resistiremos todo ataque a la libertad con el mismo denuedo que en el pasado resistimos la
*irania.
. He aqu la labor que corresponde a todos los hombres libres de la Tierra.
BUDAPEST, Julio 3 (UP)-
Hungra pidi a Estados Uni-
dos que retire tres miembros
de su Legacin en esta capital.
La nota Hngara entregada
la Legacin tambin pide el
cierre de la biblioteca del Ser-
vicio de informacin de Esta-
do* Unidos y 1st suspensin de
funciones de cine, y conciertos
musicales auspiciados por la
Legacin.
Dice la nota que el reciente
Juicio del Arzobispo Groes* de-
mostr que algunos fund-
nos de la Legacin llevado a
cabo 'actividades de espionaje".
Aade que las oficinas del Ser-
vicio de Informacin de Esta-
dos Unidos fueron utilizadas
con esos fines.
La nota no menciona a nin-
gn diplomtico norte-america-
no pero dice que el juicio del
Arzobispo Groes* prob que
Presidente de los Estados unidos
de Amrica.
Actu coi honestidad
el ex-Tesorero Inf.
Digenes A. Pino
Publicamos las *ltnientes car-
tas que se cnuaron el ex-Teso-
rero Municipal, In*. Digenes
Pino y el Andltor de esa mis-
ma dependencia, don Rosendo
Lassn, en la cual este ltimo
certifica que la labor del pri-
mero ha sido honesta. Be aqu
lo* documentos:
Panam, Julio 2 de 1951.
Sr. don Rosendo Lasso,
Auditor Provincial.
E. S. D.
Estimado seor Auditor:
Por este medio, muy respe-
tuosamente solicito a usted se
sirva extenderme un certificado
donde conste que mi actuacin
como Tesorero Municipal, se ha
ceido estrictamente a lo sea-
lado por la Ley y los Acuerdos
y Ordenanzas Municipales
Motiva esta solicitud mia, el
hecho de que he tomado la
firme resolucin de renunciar
a mi cargo y deseo abandonar-
lo con las manos tan limpias
como cuando lo acept en mayo
ltimo.
Deseo asimismo, que dicho
certificado exprese claramente
que durante mi actuacin no
he tolerado ni apadrinado las
llamadas "botellas" a fin de
terminar una vez por todas los
rumores que con el nico ob-
jeto de que puede la duda, se
(Pasa a i nclna <* rolumn S>
r

Inglaterra decide paralizar todas las
instalaciones petroleras en el Irn
Crearn departamento
de Bibliotecas y de
Cultura en Educacin
Hemos sido Informados que
el Ministerio de Educacin est
preparando un decreto creando
un "Departamento de Cultura
y Bibliotecas".
Segn hemos podido averi-
guar, el nueto departamento
tendr a su cargo las bibliote-
cas pblicas de toda la Rep-
blica y las fundones del atual
Departamento de Cultura del
Ministerio de Educacin.
En el decreto que se est
preparando se contempla la
reorganizacin del actual per-
dnal del Departamento de Cul-
tura y habrn verlos cambios
de Importancia,
Toma esa medida a pesar del
peligro que implica para la
vida y propiedades inglesas
LONDRES, Julio 3 (UP)Los
funcionarios britnicos infor-
maron que el Gabinete del Pri-
mer Ministro Clement Attiee,
en una reunin celebrada esta
maana, a la que asistieron
Eric Drake, Administrador Ge-
neral de la Anglo-Iranian OH
Co., decidi paralizar las acti-
vidades petroleras en Irn.
Aunque Drake esboz las difi-
cultades ,- peligros para las
vidas y propiedades britnicas
que podran provocar el cierre
de la refinera de Abadn, y
aunque se dijo que el Embaja-
dor Britnico en Tehern, Sir
Francis Shepherd advirti que
la completa evacuacin del per-
sonal britnico podra crear
una situacin muy grave, un
funcionarlo dijo:
"Ya hemos tomado una de-
cisin. No tenemos otro camino
a menos que Irn modifique
su poltica. Paralizaremos gra-
dualmente las actividades en
Irn y la refinera suspender
sus labores dentro de poco
tiempo. Estamos evacuando to-
do el personal no esencial de
los campos petroleros y esta-
mos concentrando a los otros
en Abadn.
Deseamos dejar a nuestros
peritos e ingenieros all mien-
tras sea fsicamente posible pa-
ra proteger la refinera y evi-
tar daos irreparables a las va-
liosas Instalaciones'"
Sociedad de Padres
de Familia elige
junta directiva
Segn noticia dada a este
diarlo, se acaba de constituir el
Club de Padres de Familia de
la "Escuela de Enfermera". Di-
cho club ha sido formado con
el propsito de cooperar con
la direccin y el profesorado
para el mejoramiento de dicha
escuela. La directiva designada
es la siguiente:
Presidenta, Isabel de Calvo;
secretarla, Otilia de Cajar; te-
sorero, Jos Mara Madrid; vo-
cales: Delia Maria de Silva y
Alfredo Consuegra.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,800
Diez y nueve obreros
resultan heridos en
refriega comunista
SANTIAGO, Julio S (UP)
19 obrero* resultaron heridos en
Incidentes provocados por mul-
tantes comunistas durante la e-
leccin del directorio de un sin-
dicato en la Mina Schwager, zo-
na carbonfera de Coronel.
De acuerdo con la nueva le-
gislacin del trabajo se ha pro-
hibido a los comunistas llevar
representantes en la eleccin de
un directorio. Los comunista".
en represalia, se abstuvieron de
votar en nmero superior de
tres mil.
Posteriormente, mientras se
daba cuenta del resultado de la
eleccin, lanzaron petardos al
local del sindicato producindo-
se una lucha cuerpo a cuerpo
resultando 18 hombre* heridos
con cuchillo.
"nueve empleados norte-ameri-
canos en la Legacin de Bu-
dapest, Ignorando los principios
fundamentales de las leyes In-
ternacionales y abusando de
los derechos diplomticos, han
Intervenido en los asuntos in-
ternos de Hungra."
A Nuestros Lectores
Con motivo de la celebra-
cin del 175o. aniversario de
la Independencia de Estados
Unidos de Amrica, y en cum-
plimiento con el Decreto del
rgano Ejecutivo declarando
esa fecha Dia de Fiesta Na-
cional, informamos a nuestros
lectores qae "El Panam A-
mrlea" no aparecer maana
mircoles 4 tie julio.
Sin embargo, el dia jueves 5
de Julio, este peridico volve-
r a aparecer como de ees-
tambre.
"Cualquier demor en llegar
a un acuerdo prolongar la
lucha y aumentar prdidas'
As manifiesta el General Ridgway al aceptar la
propuesta comunista ayer
NACIONES UNIDA8, Julio 3
(UP) El llamado del General
Ridgway a los comunistas para
comenzar las conversaslonea pre-
liminares sobre el cese de fue^o
en Corea trajeron el entusiasmo
a los diplomticos de las Na-
ciones Unidas.
Un portavoz de las Naciones
Unidas dijo que la respuesta de
Ridgway denota "buen progrew'
hacia la paz.
Los Jefes d delegaciones se
muestran contentos de qte
Ridgway est tratando de cji -
seguir que las conversaciones se
Inicien antes del 10 d Julio pa-
ra poner fin a la matanza en
Corea tan pronto como sea po-
sible.
El texto de la contestacin de
Ridgway a la propuesta comu-
nista para el cese de fuego es
el siguiente:
"General Klm II Sung; Gene-
ral Peng Ten Hal:
"He recibido su contestacin
a mi mensaje del SO de Junio-
Estoy preparado para que mis
representantes se encuentren
con los suyos en Keasong el 10
de Julio e en una fecha ms
cercana al sus representantas
Entidad de color
reanuda campaa
anticomunista
ATLANTA, Georgia, Julio 3.
(U8I8). La 42a. Convencin
Anual de la Asociacin Nacio-
nal para el Adelanto de la
Gente de Color, en sesin cele-
brada en esta ciudad, ha dado
otro paso en su lugar contra
los intentos comunistas por in-
filtrarse en las organizaciones
americanas de gente de color.
Por abrumadora mayora, la
Convencin adopt una resolu-
cin que fortalece los captulos
locales de la institucin en su
determinacin por impedir la
Infiltracin comunista y la con-
siguiente desviacin de los ob-
jetivos de esta.entidad de me-
jorar la vida de los negros por
medios democrticos.
do sobre las condiciones del ar-
misticio debe preceder al caae
ci hostilidades, cualquier demo-
ra en el inicio de las convetw-
clones y en llegar a un acuerdo
prolongarn la lucha y aumen-
tarn las prdidas.
"Con el fin de asegurar el en-
ciente arreglo de los muchos de-
talles relacionados con la pri-
mera reunin, propongo que un
nmero que no exceda a tres de
mis oficiales tengan una reu-
nin preliminar con un nmero
igual de los suyos en Keasonx
el 5 de Julio o tan pronto como
sea prctico.
"En caso que ustedes estn da
acuerdo, mis oficiales, cuy>s
tangos no sern mayores que el
de Coronel, saldrn del aero-
puerto de Kimpo, al noroeste de
Sel, por helicptero, el cuatro
de Julio a les 9 de la manai.a
(3 de Julio hora de Tokio), o a
la misma hora en el dia ach-
ilado para ata reunin, dirigen
dose directamente a Keasong.
"En caso de mal tiempo, esi^s
oficiales procedern en un con-
voy de tres camiones de un cuar
to de tonelada, conocidos curco
"Jeeps' desarmados, a lo largo
del camino principal desde Sul
a Keasong. Cada vehculo lleva-
termlnan sus preparativos antes
de sta fecha Ya que un acuer- r una bandera blanca.
Conferencia con funcionarios
del "Export & Import Bank" la
misin financiera de Panam
Tiene reunin esla
noche el Coro de
la Universidad
Con motivo de la presenta-
cin que har el Coro Univer-
sitario en el Teatro* Nacional
el 8 de lo* corrientes, se cele-
brar esta tarde una Importan-
te reunin de todos los miem-
bros de esta agrupacin. Dicha
reunin se llevar a efecto en
el aula de msica durante la
3uinta hora de clases. Adems
e discutir los detalles de la
prxima presentacin, se trata-
rn en esta reunin otros asun-
tos de sumir importancia para
el grupo, tales como los esta-
tutos de la Sociedad del Coro
Universitario, el informe del Co-
ro y los preparativos para una
fiesta que celebraran en el
trancuro de este mes. Se su-
plica pues, por estos motivos,
puntual asistencia a todo* los
Integrantes del Coro Universita-
rio.
Panam, Julio 3 de 1991
WASHINGTON, Julio 3. (UP)
Los miembros de la misin
financiera de Panam confe-
renciaron con los funcionarios
del "Export and Import Bank"
hoy.
La misin est compuesta
por J. J. Vallarlno. ex-Embaja-
dor de Panam en Estados U-
nldos, Henrique de Obarrlo,
Contralor General,* el Diputado
Marcos Robles y don Roberto
Elsenman. Se dice que la misin
ha venido a Estados Unidos pa-
ra conferenolar con los expertos
financieros y otros sobre la deu-
da interna de Panam.
Don Roberto Heurtematte,
quien ha sido designado Emba-
jador de Panam en Estados U-
nldos, se encuentra tambin
aqui con la misin para fami-
liarizarse con varios asuntos
con los que deber entenderse
cuando asuma su puesto, aun-
que no forma parte de la misin
financiera. Heurtematte proba-
blemente regresar a Panam
a fines de esta semana y vol-
ver a Estados Unidos ms tar-
de para presentarle sus creden-
ciales al Presidente Truman.
Un portavoz del banco ae ne-
g a revelar los temas espec-
ficos que discuti la misin con,
los funcionarlos de dicha ins-
titucin, diciendo solamente que
stos se relacionan con lo* pro-
blemas financieros de Panam.
Nombrado en Buenos
Aires A. de Mena
La Cancillera hizo los si-
guientes nombramientos en el
ramo diplomtico y consular:
Don Agustn de Mena, Segun-
do Secretarlo de la Embajada
e Panam en Argentina.
Don Antonio de Len, Secre-
tarlo de la Embajada de Pana-
m en Mxico, se le adscriben
las funcione* consulares.
Don Roberto Stanzlola, cn-
sul Ad-Honorem en Montreal
Canad.
Don Pedro Moreno Jr. Adjun-
to ad-Honorem a la Embajada
e Panam en Chile.
Don Rodolfo Endara, Adjuato
ad-Honorem a la Legacin de
Panam en Francia
Nueve heridos en un accident
En el lugar denominado El
Espino, jurisdiccin del Distri-
to de La Chorrera, tuvo lagar
un aparatoso accidente de tran-
sito, en el cual resultaron he-
rida* nueve personas.
Segn se desprende de la in-
vestigacin adela n t a d a par
nuestras autoridades de tran-
sito, el seor Luis Mara Gon-
zlez manejaba un automvil
de pasajeros hacia la dudad
de Panam desde el interior de
la Repblica. El soldado norte-
americano Billy J. Charla ma-
nejaba ra carro particular en
direccin contraria, y al llegar
al lugar Indicado anteriormen-
te, trat de pasarle un "pick-up1
a una velocidad excesiva, te-
niendo lugar la colisin de loe
dos automviles, ya que el otro
vena en direccin contraria.
Afortunadamente, el senos
Luis M. Gomales pudo ***
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EL CUATRO DE JULIO
Con U celebracin del aniversario e la jlo-
nota independencia de los Estados Unidos de Am-
dcalo. pueblos Ubres del mundo renuevan su fe
democrticas y reiteran
las instituciones
su
C*i (^arruec
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
adhesin a los principios ideolgicos que consagran
fofderechot polticos del individuo y que enaltecen
m dL estructuracin del movimiento Ubertador
de loa Estados Unidos de Amrica es tan solida
iue en da encuentran las naciones democrticas
m magnfico respaldo que estimula, en el campo
eneroso d la idea, todo anhelo de libertad que
pueda concebir la mente humana. La extraordina-
ria pujania de los propsitos que animaron la his-
trica Revolucin Americana se ha hecho sentir
en la historia universal porque aquel gran movi-
miento popular se inspir en una filosofa que se
nutre con la sabia de un pensamiento noble. l\a-
die podra negar, sin faltar a la verdad, la pon-
tiva influencia que en los destinos del mundo tu-
vo esa gesta que se plasm en una tangible reali-
dad el Cuatro de Julio de 1776. .
La vida republicana de los Estados Unidos de
Amrica representa un ejemplo claro de lo que
Significa una democracia funcional. El pueblo de
gran Nacin del Norte disfruta de una existen-
cia poltica vaciada en moldes de libertad. Ojala
ese ejemplo sirviera para alentar un movimiento
rectificador en algunos pases latinoamericanos en
donde el sistema de gobierno, eminentemente auto-
critico, se disfraia con aparentes caractersticas
democrticas. .
Todos los pueblos del mundo, especialmente ios
de nuestro hemisferio, deben analizar el desenvol-
amiento de las actividades polticas de los Estados
E nidos para encontrar en ellas la inspiracin es-
plndida de grandes estadistas que, como Washing-
ton, Jefferson, Lincoln y Roosevelt, supieron tra-
tirle rumbos de honradez y de acierto a la vida
jurdica, poltica y social de esa Repblica.
Con motivo del aniversario de maana 'El
Panam-Amrica" rinde tributo a los pensadores y
proceres que hicieron posible el advenimiento del
Cuatro de Julio y se complace en felicitar a todos
los ciudadanos de los Estados Unidos que residen
en el istmo y de manera Recial al Honorable.Mu-
rray M. Wise, quien en l actualidad est al frente
de la Embajada de su pas en Panam.
WASHINGTON. Y no es
ms ningn secreto que los
delegados de Estados Unidos
en las Naciones Unidas tra-
bajaron junto con otros miem-
bros de las Naciones Unidas
dorante algn tiempo para
una propuesta de tregua en
Corea y que el cantarada Ma-
lik se les adelant.
Lo ms importante de estas
discusiones, sin embargo, no
Sudo filtrarse, es decir, laa dl-
erenclas de opinin en lo re-
lativo a dos puntos de gran
controversia: 1Disposicin de
Formosa; y 2Admisin de los
rojos chinos en las Naciones U-
nldas.
La propuesta norteamericana,
discutida con otras 15 naciones
Bor el Embajador de Estados
nidos Ernest Gross, era pos-
poner cualquier consideracin
sobre Formosa o la admisin
de los rojos hasta despus que
todas las dems condiciones ha-
blan sido aprobadas. El Depar-
tamento de Estado se mostr
bastante duro acerca esto, y
mp.ntuvo que no discutiramos
estos dos puntos aun cuando:
1Todo el asunto coreano que-
de arreglado, y, 2Todas las
tropas hayan sido retiradas.
Este ha sido el punto prin-
cipal de discordia entre nosotros
y los miembros de las Nacio-
nes Unidas.
Otros puntos del acuerdo de
tregua son bastante sencillos,
una zona demllltarlzada de 20
millas al Norte del Paralelo 38,
y un acuerdo de que no ha-
brn ms bombardeos, guerra
de guerrillas, y que no se He-
ve ms equipo ni tropas a Co-
rea por ninguno de los dos
bandos durante la tregua.
Estas condiciones son bas-
tante parecidas a las que el
Presidente Truman le envi
al General MacArthur para
que las estudiara poco antes
de Pascua de Resurreccin y
las cuales MacArthur hizo p-
blicas como si fueran tuyas.
Este fue uno de los factores
que contribuy a la destitu-
cin de MacArthur. El Pre-
sidente, sin embargo, no est
en posicin de destituir a Ma-
lik por haberse adelantado
tambin cuando oy que las
Naciones Unidas y Estados I-
nidos estaban trabajando en
una tregua.
NOTICIAS DE WASHINGTON
. La citacin, que el Comit
del Crimen expedir contra el
Gobernador Fuller Warren de
Florida sentar un preceden-
te que muchos Senadores
piensan deber ser aplicado
I i' i .i.i.
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Bases para el certamen de Ciencias,
Letras y Bellas Artes de Guatemala
.... --- .1.111.a. i'Airn ft tlattihr*". r.npt1itant at.
t)|
Drew Pearson dice: Los miembros de las Naciones Unidas
difieren sobre las tcticas de una tregua; Noticias de
Washington.
al Gobernador Dewey. Ellos
quieren preguntarle a Dewey
Cor qu puso en libertad a
ucky Luciano cuando Lu-
ciano deba purgar una con-
dena de 30 50 aos de cr-
cel... David i.ilienthal, ex-
jefe de la Comisin de Ener-
ga Atmica, hizo una visi-
ta especial a la Casa Blan-
ca para advertir a Truman
que la nueva Comisin de E-
nergia Atmica est haciendo
pblicos muchos secretos en
sus comunicados de prensa.
Lllienthal le dijo a Traman
que los comunicados de pren-
sa de la Comisin son pna
mina de oro para los rusos...
El tardo anuncio del Tete-
rano Senador McKellar de
Tennessee de que correr nue-
vamente para esa posicin, ha
dejado al joven y enrgico
Congresista Albert Gore en
las ramas. Anteriormente, Me
Reliar haba llenado a un
acuerdo de caballeros de que
se retirara, dejndole el pa-
so libre a Gore. Como resul-
tado, Gore haba llegado a
un acuerdo de caballeros con
otros Congresistas de Ten-
nessee de que l cederla su
escao, y que su distrito se-
ria repartido entre ellos. Este
acuerdo resolvi el problema
de quin perdera su puesto,
cuando el Estado de Tennes-
see sea rebajado a un Repre-
sentante el prximo ao. Sin
embargo, Gore se encuentra
en la calle, a menos que de-
cida enfrentrsele al vetera-
no McRellar... El Senador
Demcrata de Wyoming, Les-
ter Hunt, tiene el mayor "re-
cord" bipartita en el Senado
desde la muerte del gran Se-
nador de Michigan Vanden-
berg, el campen de la po-
ltica exterior bipartita. Los
ltimos cmputos de los vo-
tos del Senado demuestran
que Hunt es M por ciento bi-
partita. ^^^^^
Se reunirn los
graduandos del
Inst. de Verano
"Se ruega a los maestros sra-
duandos del Instituto de Vera-
no asistir a una reunin de
gran importancia para sus In-
tereses que tendr lugar el sA1-
bado 1 del presente mes* a M
3 p.m. en la calle 16 Oe*e N,
19. Familia Vlllarue.
CLUB DE 50 SEMANAS
OLLA de PRESIN
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accin hoy mis-
mo!
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Lsi srteos ditecraitniet Kftalin iu primen seeforsacts
pan el "BLACK & WHITE" porque nene el ubor
vwdsdsro y i carcter, calidades que no te puedes
producir en ningn otro psii a el mundo excepto Escocia.
Destilado y Embotellado en Escocia
BLACK&WHITE
WHISKY ESCOCS
Durante los dias Lunes 2 y Martes 3 de Julio, de 3:00
a 5:00 p.m. estar abierta la matricula de los siguientes cur-
sos para adultos:
Bordado a Mquina (Preliminar).
Bordado a Mquina (Avanzado).
Ropa de Infantes.
Ropa de Nios.
Ropa de Familia (Preliminar).
Ropa de Familia (Avanzado).
Artes y rajes Tipleo Nacionales (Preliminar).
Artes y Trajes Tpicos Nacionales 'Avanzado).
Administracin de Talleres de Modistera.
Manejo de Mquinas Industriales de Coser.
Bomberos y Accesorios.
Repostera (Preliminar).
Repostera (Avanzado).
Comidas para Familia.
. Encuademacin y Repujado en Cuero.
Panam. 29 de Junio de 1951.
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El Ministerio de Educacin
Pblica ha emitido un acuerdo
mediante el cual se aprueban
las bases correspondientes a l
celebracin del Certamen Nacio-
nal de Cienciu, Letras v Bellas
Artes, 1051. y que fue institui-
do por medio del acuerdo guber-
nativo de fecha 14 de septiembre
de 1946. Estas bases han sido
elaboradas, considerando aue "es
conveniente alternar cada ao
los tpicos del Certamen, a fin
de darle oportunidad al des-
arrollo de las distinta* activi-
dades cientficas y artsticas del
pas".
Las bases mencionadas son:
Del Certamen
lo.El certamen por este afio,
se efectuar.en las siguientes
ramas:
Geografa de Guatemala,
Historia de Guatemala,
Ciencias pedaggicas,
Economa,
Sociologa,
Msica.
Pintura,
Escultura.
Teatro.
Novela,
Poesa.
2o.Pueden participar en el
certamen todos los centroame-
ricanos, inclusive panameos,
cualquiera aue sea tu residen-
cia.
3oPara las ramas cientfi-
co-literarias y artsticas, cada
autor podr enviar una o varias
obras, independientemente v se-
paradas unas de otras, y con
pseudnimos distintos. Un mis-
mo trabajo podr ser obra de
un solo autor o colaboracin de
dos o ms.
4o.La recepcin de los tra-
bajos se abre el 18 de seotlem-
bre y se cierra el 31 de octubre,
a las 18 horas. Los trabajos de-
bern enviarse al Ministerio de
educacin pblica, ciudad de
Guatemala, Repblica de Gua-
temala, en sobre o paquete ce-
rrado v lacrado con destino al
Consejo tcnico de educacin
nacional, a excepcin de los l-
balos de pintura.
En lo sobres o en las cubier-
tas de los paauetes, no debe ex-
presarse nombre o direccin del
autor, asi como ningn dato que
conduzca a su identificacin.
De los trabajos
5o.Los trabajos cientfico-li-
terarios debern llenar las con-
diciones siguientes:
a) Ser escritos a mquina, a
doble espacio, en papel tamao
carta y en tres ejemplares del
mismo tenor, firmados cada uno
con el mismo neeudnlmo.
b) Ser, Inditos. La publica-
cin de uno de loa captulos o
elementos, o elecucln en pbll-
co de una parte de la obra, con
carcter Informativo o para pro-
psito de critica, rjp le luce per-
der su carcter -de indita.
c) Llevar en la-portada y en
la primera pgina:
1.La rama del certamen a
que se refiere:
,2.El nombre de la obra:
3 El pseudnimo empleado.
d) Deber enviarse, adems.
Junto con el trabajo, pero en
sobre separado, cerrado y la-
crado, una hoja escrita a m-
oulna que contenga los mismos
datos anteriores, ms una nota
biogrfica del autor, su direc-
cin, una fotografa, su nombre
y apellidos completos y su fir-
ma.
8o.Las obras que no se ajus-
ten a las presentes bases, queda-
rn fuera de certamen. Y tanto
stas, como los trabajos no pre-
miados, se conservarn hasta
por tres meses a disposicin del
autor, ouien nrevla identifica-
cin, nodr solicitar los suvos al
Ministerio de Educacin Pbli-
ca. Pasado ese trmino, de no
reclamarse, los trabajos sern
incinerados con sus correspon-
dientes pilcas.
CONDICIONES ESPECIALES
PARA CADA RAMA
Geografa de Guatemala:
7o.La obra deber reunir las
condiciones de un tratado didc-
tico, presentando los hechos
geogrficos en forma razonada.
8o.Debe contener el traba-
Jo. el material ilustrativo Indis-
pensable: cartas geogrficas, fo-
tografas, esquemas v croquis,
con la debida Informacin esta-
dstica, produccin agrcola-In-
dustrial y potencialidad econ-
mica,
9o.El trbalo contendr una
extensin mnima de 150 cuar-
tillas de veinticinco lneas, fue-
ra de ilustraciones .
Historia de Guatemala:
10.La obra que se presente
a este certamen, deber ajustar-
se a un plan ordenado de des-
arrollo que abarque la vida cul-
tural, poltica, econmica y so-
cial de Guatemala.
11.El trabajo deber ser. en
lo posible, el resultado de un
nuevo estudio documental en
nuestros archivos v dems fuen-
tes de informacin histrica, a
fin de superar los moldes tradi-
cionales de nuestra historiogra-
fa, dems, deber contener el
material cartogrfico v las ilus-
traciones indispensables que el
gnero didctico exige.
12.La extensin minima del
trabajo, ser de 150 cuartillas de
veinticinco lineas, fuera de ilus-
traciones.
Ciencias pedaggicas
13.Los trabajos en esta ra-
ma, consistirn en estudios de
carcter real y objetivo, acerca
de problemas netamente educa-
tivos; debern partir del estado
actual de la educacin y propo-
ner soluciones o planes de accin
para el mejoramiento en la em-
presa educativa y sus resulta-
dos.
14.Los temas deben referir-
se a situaciones propias de la
realidad guatemalteca v centro-
americana, la extensin minima
del trabajo ser de 150 cuartillas
d veinticinco lineas cada un-
is.Podrn versar los traba-
jos sobre alguno de los temas si-
guientes:
a) Historia de la educacin en
Guatemala.
b Fine y plan de actividad
de la educacin parvularla.
O Nuevas orientaciones de la
educacin primarla en Guate-
mala.
d) Fundamentos cientficos de
la nueva didctica.
e) Orientacin y organizacin
de la escuela secundarla en
Guatemala.
f) Propsitos y desenvolvi-
miento de Its escuelas vocaclo-
nales en Guatemala.
g) Plan para el mejoramien-
to profesional del maestro de
educacin.
h) Formacin profesional del
maestro de educacin post-pri-
marla.
1) El problema de, la alfabetl-
zacln y la esfera de la educa'
clon fundamental.
Ensayo sobre economa
16.El trabajo en esta rama
presentar un estudio econmi-
co e actualidad, relacionado
fundamentalmente con proble-
mas de Guatemala o de las re-
laciones econmica de Centro
Amrica.
17.Deber contener conclu-
siones concretas y las citas pre-
cisas de la fuente bibliogrfica
v de los datos estadsticos co-
rrespondientes.
13.La extensin mnima de
la obra ser de cien cuartillas
de veinticinco lineas, fuera de
Ilustraciones.
Ensayo sobre sociologa
19.Los trabajos de esta ra-
ma tendrn como contenido doc-
trinas sociolgicas con referen-
cia a hechos de nuestra evolu-
cin social, y se ajustarn a un
plan'completo en tu desenvol-
vimiento.
20.Siendo la Sociologa una
ciencia, se tendr sumo cuidado
en presentar de preferencia, con-
clusiones basadas en hechos ex-
perimentales y evitar la influen-
cia total o el predominio de la
especulacin sociolgica.
21.La extensin minima de-
ber ser de cien cuartillas de
veinticinco lineas cada una.
MSICA
22.Los trabajos podrn con-
sistir en composiciones para
conjuntos corales, instrumenta-
les o para solistas.
La extensin v la forma son
libres.- Sin- embargo, tendrn
preferencia las obras que dis-
tingue a las grandes formas
musicales.
23.Las obras musicales
drn ser presentadas en un
ejemplar en el oaso de ejpe
trate de obras sinfnicas.
', 24.El gobierno se reserva 11
facultad de estrenar las obras
premiadas dentro de un trml
no de seis fneses. .Podr, ade-
ms, utilizarlas en su labor de
divulgacin cultural sin pago de
derechos a su autor.
PINTURA
NOVELA
34.Las obras debern refle-
jar el ambiente nacional cen-
troamericano. El tema y la ex-
tensin son Ubres.
FOE8IA
35.El tema, la forma y la
extensin son libres: aln embar-
go, en Igualdad di circunstan-
cias, en lo que a calidad se re-
fiere, el Jurado dar preferencia
a un poemario de tendencia y
propsitos unificados.
DE LOS JURADOS
36.Para calificar los traba-
jos de cada una de las ramas
del certamen, habr un jurado
compuesto de tres personas, que
el Ministerio de educacin p-
blica designar con la debida
anclpacln. Los nombres de las
personas que Integren los Jura-
dos, no se publicarn, sino
despus de haberse otorgado los
premios respectivos.
37.Tan pronto como hayan
sido Integrados los jurados, ca-
da tema designar de entre sus
miembros, las personas que de-
ban asumir la presidencia y la
secretaria, a Quienes el ministe-
rio entregar, por medio del
Consejo tcnico de educacin
nacional, los trabajos corres-
pondientes a- su ramo.
38.Cada miembro del jura-
do percibir la cantidad de cin-
cuenta quetzales (Q50.00) como
honorarios, que se pagarn al
devolverse todo el material re-
cibido con el acta debidamente
firmada.
39.Los Jurados no darn va-
lidez al criterio de relatividad
en los mritos de las obras pre-
sentadas, sino a las calidades
Intrnsecas de su valor como o-
bras literarias, cientficas o ar-
tsticas, segn la rama de que
se trate.
40.En virtud de no presen-
tarse trabajos de positivo mri-
to, los jurados podrn:
a) Declarar desierto el certa-
men en la rama respectiva.
b) Declarar desierto cualquie-
ra de los premios.
41.Los jurados debern su-
jetarse estrictamente, para los
efectos del otorgamiento de pre-
mios, a las presentes bases y no
podrn hacer ninguna modifi-
cacin ni sugestin que tienda
a cambiar lo va Indicado.
42.Las plicas que acompa-
en a los trabajos presentados
debern permanecer a cargo y
bajo la estricta responsabilidad
del Consejo tcnico de educa-
cin nacional, hasta que los Ju-
rados presenten las actas con
los fallos, respectivos. La aper-
tura de las pilcas correspondien-
tes a los trabajos premiados, se
efectuarn en sesin especial
del consejo y el subsecretario del
ramo, presidida por el ministro
de educacin, fungiendo icomq
secretario 41 secretario deBEoni
sejo tcnico de educacin, guien
levantar el aeta correspond
diente.
43.Para los efectos del se-
creto de la discusin de los ju-
rados, stos no debern nermt-
tir la presencia de extraos en
las juntas en que deban discu-
tirse los mritos de los trabajos.
25.Para el certamen de pin-
tura, cada concursante podr
enviar, por su cuenta, sea cual
fuere el lugar de su. residencia,
de una a tres obras, debidamen-
te firmadas, con su correspon-
diente marco y embaladas para
garantizar su transporte sin de-
terioros. En el respaldo de la
obra deber aparecer el nom-
bre completo del autor, su domi-
cilio v el precio en que lo esti-
me, si desea se ofrezca en venta
durante la exposicin de los tra-
bajos. Adems, el autor envia-
r, en sobr aparte, una foto-
grafa v sus datos biogrficos.
26El tema es libre, pero
ningn cuadro deber tener ma-
yor dimensin de 2 x 2 metro.v
27.La Inauguracin oficial
de la exposicin se har el 15
de noviembre del corriente ano
v permanecer abierta hasta el
15 de diciembre, fecha de la
premiacin general del certa-
men. Ninguna obra expueatajjo-
dr ser retirada antes de la
clausura oficial de la exposicin.
28.Las obras debern ser en-
viadas a la Escuela Nacional de
Artes plsticas (8a. avenida sur
No. 28, Guatemala. C. A.). V con-
signadas al Certamen nacional
permanente de ciencias, letras v
bellas artes. Dichas obras esta-
rn bajo la supervigllancia del
Departamento de educacin es-
ttica del Ministerio de educa-
cin pblica, su calificacin s*
har en los primeros dle cuas
del mes de noviembre (vase el
Art. 4o. de las Bases generales):
ESCULTURA
29.Cada concursante podr
enviar de 1 a 3 obras. El trans-
portede Ida y vueltaser por
su cuenta y riesgo.
30.El tema es libre y las di-
mensiones, materiales v tcnica
empleados quedan a discrecin
del autor. ,
31.El jurado adjudicar los
premios correspondientes sin
discriminaciones alguna entre
escultura exenta, alto o c
relieve.
32.Cada obra debe ser rotu-
lada convenientemente: y el au-
tor adjuntar, en sobre apart*,
los datos siguientes: titulo de la
obra, material empleado, di-
mensiones generales, su nombre
y direccin, valor en que eati-
ma la obra si desea se ofrezca
en venta durante la expedicin
de los trabajos, datos biogrfi-
cos y fotografa del autor.
TEATRO
S3.El tema, la forma dra-
mtica y la extensin son li-
bres, sin embargo, en Igualdad
de circunstancias en lo que a
calidad se refiere, el jurado da-
r pfeferencla a aqirellaa obras
que aborden asuntos enmarca-
dos en los problemas deearcter
universal que poseen vigencia.
DE LOS PREMIOS
44.El gobierno de la rep-
blica, por medio del Ministerio
de educacin, otorgar los si-
guientes premios:
1'Para geografa de Guatemala
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q800.00) en
efectivo, medalla de oro v per-
gamino:
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
ZPara historia de Guatemala
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en mil
quetzales (Ql ,000.00) en efecti-
vo, medalla de oro y pergamino;
b) Segundo v tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
3Para ciencias pedaggicas
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en mn
quetzales (Ql.000.00) en efecti-
vo, medalla de oro y pergamino;.
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
4Fara ensayo sobre economa
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en seis-
cientos quetzales (Q600.00) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
5Para ensayo sobre sociologa
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en seis-
cientos quetzales (Q600.00) en
efectivo, medalla de or y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
6Para msica
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q80O.OO) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistente en medalla de oro
y diploma.
7Para pintara
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q800.00) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistente en medalla de' oro
V diploma, para cada una de las
ramas siguientes: Paisaje, figu-
ra y composicin.
8Para escultura
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q800.00) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segunda y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
9Para teatro
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q800.00) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de oro
y diploma.
16Para novela
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre", consistente en ocho-
cientos quetzales (Q800.O0) en
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino;
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla de ose)
,y Uploma.
IMTii J| iif
a) Primer premio "15 de Sep-
tiembre'*, consistente en cuatro-
cientos quetzales (Q400.00) er
efectivo, medalla de oro y per-
gamino: *
b) Segundo y tercer premios,
consistentes en medalla.de oro
y diploma.
45.La entrega de los premios
se har el da 15 de diciembre,
en^acto especial; las Dersonas
premiadas que -no puedan con-
currir, podrn nombrar su re-
presentante, y las que residan
fuera del pals y no puedan asis-
tir, recibirn los premios por In-
termedio de nuestros represen-
tantes diplomticos.
46.El Estado se reserva el
derecho de editar las obras pre-
miadas oue estime conveniente,
v al hacerlo ser en un mnimo
de mil ejemplares, el mximo
quedar al criterio del Minis-
terio de educacin pblica de-
terminarlo. En todo caso se es-
tablece que corresponder al mi-
nisterio 75 por ciento y un 25
por ciento para el autor, quien
reserva sus derechos como tal
para los efectos de posteriores
publicaciones.
Comuniqese,
(fdo.) Lie .Hctor Morgan Gar-
cia.El Subsecretario de E-
dncacin Pblica, (fdo) Car-
los Gonzlez Orellana.
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1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de salti
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imoerlal ,
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Kelvix
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez^
S:15 Marian ra
dramatlzacln RPA ,
Modess
Porque e 1 m. *gura, snare J
cmoda de la toallas aanitariaa.
No hay nada como Modeaa.
rrod-dodo jou*m*0fwit de ios cJeatros
LUX, CECILIA y REX
o? enorgullecen
en que sus leatros sean unos
de (os 58 teatros en 33 ciudades .. *
a travs de la ,/lmnca JLattna
,. que esta fiema na
estn presentando a tus
pueblos la pelcula sin precedentes
rAGINA TRES
SEGUNDO PISO
AVENIDA
estamos desempacando
-
Lmpara de pe madera........ 11.95
Lmparas de pie con meslta .. 15.95
Lmparas de mesa...... 5.25 a 10.50
Pantallltas para lmpara de
recmara ............., 0.80 a
Lmpara para colgar en la cama
Toalleros Plsticos de Aro ....
Tablillas de vidrio para bao..
Zapatera de Closet para 0 pares
calzado ........................ 2.9S
1.5
350
vm
3.25

Uw hUftk noun MM
Uno SHtuto Ctamela
Toallas de bao, 5 colores .... 1.05
Ensaladeras Plsticas ......i..., 0.00
Jarras para agua, colores ....r. 1.25
Juego 4 piezas cajas plsticas
cafe, azcar, arroz ............ 3.95
Cajas Grandes Plstico
Transparente ........... 2.25 y 3.50
Relojes de Cocina.............. 8.95
Cubierta para tabla planchar .. 1.25
Cubierta con colchoneta
... 2.10
Moldes de Aluminio pequeos
y grandes, desde .............. 0.751
Moldes para pescado .......... i.jo
Sbanas 72 x 108, colores ...... 4.95'
.. 5 50*
.. 1.15
Sbanas 51 x 108. colores
Fundas en colores ......
Juego Sbanas Bordadas
a mano en Madeira......
COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5' AVENIDA
ABIERTO da 8 a 12:31 y de a 8.
37.50
' '
J
Jardn BALBOA
Por Cuarta Vez Consecutiva Ganador Del
PREMIO CERVECERA NACIONAL, S. A.
AL MAYOR EXPENDEDOR DE CERVEZA EN LA REPBLICA
fcfimo l
POR QUE SOMOS LOS VENCEDORES?

* La Cerveza Has Fra de Panam.
* El Tralo Ms Corts a nuestros clientes.
* La mejor Orquesta (Pablilo Acosla, cantando
, Migueto Garca).
* El ambiente ms alegre y divertido.
* El Jardn Panameo por Excelencia.
EL JARDN BALBOA

r Se complace en invitar a su distinguida clientela a la inauguracin,
MAANA MIRCOLES 4 DE JULIO, de eu nuevo servicio de apuestas
con telefono directo al Hipdromo de Juan Franco.
Paladeando un sabroso vaso de Cerveza, cmodamente sentado,
podr usted seguir todas las incidenoias ds las earrsras de caballos,
al mismo tiempo que hace sus apuestas.
SE RECIBEN APUESTAS DESDE US DIEZ DE LA MAANA PARA
TODAS US CARRERAS, Y TODAS US DUPLETAS,
ONE-TWOS Y QUINIELAS
Maana 4 de Julio: Orquesta de PABLITO ACOSTA
de II a.m. a 2 p.m.
:

La Compaa Panamea
: fj
de Fuerza y Luz se
complace en felicitar
al pueblo de los
Estados Unidos
en el glorioso da
de su Independencia

compaa panamea
de fuerza y luz
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PAGINA CUATRO
O. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDONTl
MARTES. JTI.IO S. 1S5I
- CRUCIGRAMA -
Nombrados los Censores para
el interior d e la Repblica
HORIZONTALES:
1Nota musical.
4 Del verbo calar.
8Buey sagrado de los egipcios
12Ave corredora de Australia.
1Naipes.
14Saludable.
15Dignatario eclesistico.
17Extremidades de las aves.
18Trampa o embuste.
19Guarida de los osos.-
21Repetido, provincia de las
Filipinas.
28Asir, coger.
28Quiebra comercial o
bancarla.
29Piedra muy dura.
32Baile tipleo canario.
33Suave, dulce..
34Nombre de mujer.
35Semilla oleaginosa, Inv.
38Anterior, Abv.
37Nombre de mujer.
38 Elemento qumico.
89Oasis del Sahara.
41Metal precioso.
43Hija de Tntalo. -
46rbol sallcineo.
50Prximo, contiguo.
52Planta herbcea, Pl.
54Acierto.
56Signo aritmtico.
58rbol de Venezuela.
57Articulo indeterminado. Pl.
5aV-Te atreves.
69\Peticln de auxilio.
VERTICALES:
1Del verbo secar.
2 Califa conquistador de Siria
3Satlite de la Tierra.
4Conduelo acutico.
5Tdverblo de modo.
6Seglar, que no tiene rdenes
religiosas.
7Plantigrados.
8Planta de flores rojas.
9Pollo de paloma.
10Terminacin de diminutivo.
11Igual al 59 horizontal.
16Piedras sempreciosas.
20Letra griega.
22Rezan.
24Agarrar.
25Claro, descarado.
26"".specie de sombrero de
hombre.
27Nombre de varn.
28Emperador romano.
30Uno, en ingles.
31Suceso, ocasin.
35Moneda antigua de plata.
37Terminacin de diminutivo.
40Indios nativos de Cuba.
42Ramilletes.
44Dios de los licores.
45Letra castellana, Pl.
47Medida antigua de longitud,
Pl.
46Sapo, en Cuba.
49Plantigrados.
50Isla del Pacfico.
51Terminacin.
53poca._________________
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(Ida y vuelta)
VIA
LACSA!
Sale Lunes v Jueves
a las 11:00 a.m.
PANAMA
DISPATCH SERVICE
Tel. -1M5 Ave. Tivoll &
' Call* Ito.'hrt No. 10
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Las designaciones
fueron hechas por
Gbno. y Justicia
De acuerdo con nombramien-
tos enviados al Ministro de
Gobierno y Justicia Dr. Miguel
ngel Ordez, para su apro-
bacin, han sido designados
los Censores de Espectculos
Pblicos en diferentes provin-
cias.
En, estas Juntas de Censura
han sido incluidos representan-
tes del Ministerio de Educacin.
Coln:
Luis Hernndez R., E. Jara-
millo Aviles, Daro Gonzlez,
Roberto Puello, Luis E. Casti-
llo, Arturo del Valle.
Penonom
Luis Lombardo (Alcalde El-
ba Qurs Grimaldo, Efrajn
Caries, Ral E. Jan P., Simen
Cecilio Cont.
Santiago
Eduardo E. Reyes. Eiisondo
Tejada, Carlos Alcedo, Hctor
Plnilla. '
San Francisco
Jos Santos Puga, Mximo
Romero, Serviliano Guevara.
Jos de Jess Gonzlez. Marce-
lo A. Prez.
II Tarin
El Gobernador Campagnanl.
l Jefe dla Polica, Director
del Primer Ciclo, Alealde de
Chepigana.
Se recuerdan puntos fundamentales
expuestos por la fenecida Joven
Veraguas" sobre nuestro interior
Hemoo recibido la slguic.ie
carta:
Santiago, 30 de junio de 195i
eor:
Al leer la conferencia dicta-
cia por el seor J E. Healy Jr
en el club de Leones de Pana-
m, es bueno recordar que hace
ms o menos un ao "La Jov.n
Veraguas", sociedad que dejo de
existir porque' hubo en ella un
grupo que no quiso saber de -
mos, organiz una Concentra
clon de Agricultores en el Aula
Mxima de la Escuela Normal,
a la cual asistieron ms de 50'i
hombres de los caseros vecinos
a Santiago, el Ministro Arras
Espinosa y su Secretario' liaza
En dicha concentracin "La Jo-
ven Veraguas" present los dl-
juientea puntos fundamentare.
1. Conseguir que el Bam<.'
Agropecuario destine una pai-
lida para la creacin de Socie-
dades Agrcolas en Veraguas
2 El Fomento Agrcola oi-
ganizar y orientar la labor rt
dichas Sociedades.
3. El dinero ser usado para
ia compra de Implementos y no
ser entregado en efectivo, ir.o
en Implementos agrcolas, ma-
teriales y dems necesidades
m'.ic tenga que satisfacer a So-
ciedad.
4. El Agente del Banco A-
ropecuario vigilar el uso y
funcionamiento de los materia-
les que se compren para las So-
ciedades, reservndose el Banco
I ia propiedad de los mismos nas-
;ta tanto sea cancelado el valer
total de ellos.
5. El Banco har efectivo el
cobro de esos materiales me-
diante arreglo directo con la So
cicdad Agrcola, ayudado por el
Fomento Agrcola.
6. La Joven Veraguas consi-
ciera que en esta forma s lo-
grara establecer Sociedades A-
bricolas que iran habiUtr.uuct
poco a poco hasta hacerse inde-
pendientes- Esa seria la nica
manera de conseguir que uuey.-
iiu Agricultura rinda todo lo
nue, en verdad, puede rendir,
aparte del mejoramiento gei.e-
al que se llevara al agricultor,
cosa que, al final de cuenta:.,
es lo esencial, pues en esta for
ma se elevara el nivel cultural
oocial y econmico de ellos
Como puede vene, se .sol. -
ia'pa aqu la coordinacin del
trabaja a realizar por el Banco
Agropecuario y el Fomento A-
:.i h na. Por ese motivo, se invi-
t tambin al Gerente EnrUue
Linares, del Agropecuario quien
en compaa d Arlas e Is;a
se concretaron a hacer declara-
ciones demogogas, que fueron
icpilcadas duramente por ios
miembros de la "J. V.", los cua-
jes sealaron la falta de ia.a
poltica serla y planificada de
c.-.a.s dos instituciones y su ir i
caso en el Interior de la Rcpu-
oca.
La misma situacin, con ef-
icientes gobernantes, que si
llenen un criterio formado e
Piden que se quede
el Dr. Mendiela en
una Unidad Sanitaria
oeor Ministro de Previsin So-
cial y Salud Pblica.
Panam.
Quienes abajo firmamos, ciu-
dadanos residentes todos en '.'.-
te Distrito de Penonom, rtc-
petuosamente nos dirigimos a
usted, a efecto de suplicarle en-
carecidamente se digne Interce-
der, por medio de las providen-
cias pertinentes; a fin de con-
seguir que el doctor Ednvra.to
Mendleta G, Mdico Director de
ia Unidad Sanitaria que func'.o-
r.a en esta localidad contine
prestando en sta sus servirlos
piofeslonales, por cuanto dicho
i acultalivo, por su probado esp-
ritu filantrpico, por su com-
probada consagracin y acucio-
sidad en el ejercicio de su pro-
fesin, por su acendrado y ev-
En Chiriqu muchos alumnos
tienen que sentarse en l
suelo por falta de bancas
No slo por la ruinosa condi-
cin del local escolar es urgente
la intervencin del gobierno en
Santo Domingo, porque tampoco
la escuela dispone de bancas sufi-
cientes para acomodar los esco-
lares. En un saln no solo hay re*
cargo de matricula sino que los
nios se sientan en el suelo, so-
bre peridicos.
Ojal se atienda pronto a esta
necesidad que tiene carcter de
Inaplazable.
dente alecto a esta tierra, lio
logrado ganarse el aprecio y h<
confianza de todos los penono-
meos;, en consecuencia, Sr. Mi-
nistro, de verificarse el traslado
del mencionado mdico a otro
lugar de la repblica, nos en-
gendrar un hondo vacio en la
salud de esta regln, ya que c
doctor Mendleta inspira fe, u-
trlbuto Indispensable para la
adquisicin del mejoramiento de
a salud en los quebrantos de
sta.
Es justicia que impetramos
eor Ministro, en la ciudad (le
Penonom, a los veinticuatro
das del tnes de Julio de mil no-
vecientos cincuenta y uno.
Eplfanio Moreno, Amrica de
Moreno, Margarita A. de Jan,
Prspero P. Palma, Sixta Rodri-
gues, Hermelinda G de Rodri-
gues, Isabel Martines, Manuel
Rodriguez O., AJna Juila S. de
Salaiar, Julio Pascual, Juan I!.
Palma.
(Siguen.cientos de firmas)-
lo que es gobernar, est vigente.
En la revista del Ministerio de
Agricultura y Comercio de Jutl
de 1950 y en la Memoria cid
Ministro del mismo ao est el
plan concreto de trabajo pie-
sentado por "La Joven Vei-
guas" y confeccionado por r.Iax
Donoso, Director del Fomei.to
Agrcola. Que se lleve a la prac
tica la recomendacin del seor
Healy Jr., es lo que pide el pau
Con el plan de "La Joven Vera-
guas" amplificado, si es que sir-
ve Con planes mejores, si es
i que esc no cumple su cometido.
De Ud., atentamente,
Eustolio D. Him M.

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[\9
11,1*'
(zema. Picazn
con un
Fcil Mtodo
Bu piel tiene cul 60 millones donde se esconden los carmenes que
ciuian terrible Plcain. Rajaduras ds
la Ftel, Kcieina. Ardor, Ueepelleja-
mlentos, Acn, erupciones >le la piel.
Barros, etc. la medicinas ordinarias
dan alivio nicamente momentneo
porque no matan la causa del mal qua
son los fermente. Nmoderm, 1 nuevo
descubrimiento, mata los grmenes
en pocos minutos y dar una piel
ciara, suave y terciopelada n
una semana. Pida Nixoderm an su
farmacia hoy mismo y acabe con
la causa Yerdadars. de los trastor-
Nixoderm *-.
tara DMenfMM* da u, pw
LUCKY STRIKE PRESENTA:


ESTA NOCHE A LAS 8:30
EN LA RED PANAMERICANA
ALTLA MSICA!

Uno radiante sonrisa
da confianza a la mujor..
... y para descubrir a sus
dientes ese esplendor ...
para ayudar a conservarlos
sanos ... y dar frescura
a la boca ...

I pana
puts limpia
mucho mejor!
Y por su sabor diferente,
mis grito ... m* refrescante ...
usted preferir siempre la
Pasta Dental Ipana. sela hoy!
Recuerde: En la pfavancion
de l*k canas ningn dant-
trico ha padido probar aar
mil aliciania qua laar.a.


GAESE EL MONUMENTAL JACK POT
LUCKY STRIKE


REGALOS! PREMIOS! OBSEQUIOS!


SEA FELIZ Y TENGA SUERTE CON
LUCKY STRIKE
EN LOS 1090 KILOCYCLOS
de la RED PANAMERICANA
H. O. A.
PANAMA

H. O. W
COLON
Harn un homenaje
en Penonom al Dr. I
Rodrguez EmHiani
En reconocimiento a la labor
realizada por el doctor Rodr-
guez EmHiani al trente de la
direccin del Hospital de Peno-
nom, se le brindar en la no-
che del sbado 7 en los salones
de la Gobernacin.
Conjuntamente con el agasa-
jo se le llevar una manifesta-
cin con la que la comunidad
coclesana sin distincin de ban-'
derlas polticas quiere, expresar1'
al joven profesional que su la-'
bor ha sido apreciada y agr*
decida. Asistirn al agasajo io-
dos los elementos representati-
vos de la provincia coclesana
para dar al doctor Rodrigue*
Emilianl la firme Impresin da
que la gratitud no es ave ex-
traa en esta provincia.
A NUESTROS LECTORES j
Con motivo de la celebracin,
del 175o. Aniversario de la In-
dependencia de Estados Unido*
de Amrica, nuestro peridico
no aparecer maana mircoles*
4 de Julio.
Avisamos a nuestros lectoicat
que nuestra columna semanal1
El Mercado del Arroz en E--!
dos Unidos" que aparece locin
los mircoles, por ste movu
aparecer en nuestra edicin etj
Jueves 5 de Julio.
Paro postres relmpagos;.
ins los PUDINES JELL-0
de TAPIOCA
Son riqusimos:! Al de Vainilla atregala
cubito de pltano, al de Naranja-Coco,
padacitoa de naranja eacurridoa, y al de
Chocla t, nueces picada*.
rCamara tila aaaiHtoi Puainti Jtll-0 a Taplaca y pru.a.l.i hay mltmal
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MARTES. JULIO 3, 19K1
t. PANAMA AMKFICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAOINA CINCO


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Informes para esta seccin ge reciben en la
/?/.
accin
Social
Telfono 3-3112
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: 1:00 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartado 134
Comida en el Club Unin
S.E, el Ministro de Hondu-
ras, seor Marco A. Raudales
Planas y seora /Hela de Rau-
dales, o/reclarofi una comida
en el Club Unin, para despe-
dir a la seora Anrellta Mu-
oz de Lew, quien despus
de haber pasado una tempora-
da en Panam, regres anoche
a Florida, lugar de su residen-
cia.
, de Raudales, esposa de S.E. el
; Ministro dt Honduras, ofreci
ayer un Juego de cartas y t en
! su residencia.
Decano del Cuerpo Diplomti-
co, seor Emilio Ortiz de Ze-
vallos, quien se encuentra de-
licada de salud en el hospital
Gorgas.
Juego de Cartas
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, la seora Alicia
->
[*
i-
I
i
MARQUES DE RISCAL
RI0JA ESPASA
VINO TINTO SUPERIOR
DE VENTA:
LA BODEGA DURAN
Agente: JAIME VENTURA ESCUDE
Atasajo
La seora Amlnta E. de Obal-
I da ofrece hoy un t para des-
I pedir de su vida de soltera a la
, seorita Mara Teresa Healy
Quelquejeu, quien contraer ma
trimonlo la semana entrante.
T en El Panam
Un numeroso grupo de amigas
de la seorita la Newmann,
la agasajaron ayer, con un t
en el Hotel El Panam, con
motivo de su prximo matri-
monio con el seor Toms Te-
rraflne.
Guarda cama en el Hospital
Panam la seora Blanca de
Escalante. Que mejore pronto
son nuestros deseos.
Se encuentra en el Hospital
Panam por motivos de salud
el seor George Novey. Ojal
mejore pronto.
La Estatua de La Libertad
es un smbolo universal
Abandonan el Hospital
La seora Aj.a de Galimany
se encuentra de nuevo en su
residencia, acompaar de su
recin nacida.
H

-'
\bl sbmbajador de Venezuela
u la seora de Lastro (mez
se complacen en participar que, el prximo jueves, 5
del corriente mes, con motiv de conmemorarse el
140 Aniversario de la Independencia de Venezuela,
de 11 1/2 a.m. a 12 1/2 p.m. recibirn la Colonia Ve-
nezolana de Panam en su residencia de la Cresta,
Avenida Jos Gabriel Duque No. 15.
Panam, 2 de Julio de 1951.
Agasajo
La Doctora Georgina J. de
Lpez, Presidenta de la Mesa
Redonda Panamericana de Mu-
jeres de Panam, obsequiar
con un t, maana mircoles a
las 4.30 p.m. en su residencia
en la calle 47 Este No. 26, a >a
seora Elida de Crespo, segun-
da vice-presldenta de esta ins-
titucin, con motivo de su re-
ciente regreso de Mxico y su
prximo nombramiento como
embajador en dicho pas.
En el Club Unin
Son muchsimas las personas
que han reservado mesas para
el Baile le Oala qUe en cele-
bracin de la Independencia de
los Estados Unidos de Norte
Amrica, ofrece esta noche el
Club Unin.
Piata
Con motivo del cumpleaos
de su hija Gloria Margarita, el
seor Augusto Gamboa y seo-
ra Margarita M. de Gamboa
ofrecieron ayer una animada
fiesta Infantil en su residen-
cia.
I*k
r
perfeecio
ruuJfl'
AHORA-
{stos Matices "UPS
Duron An Ufe!
n
llio I nu.v. Mpll labial Pond's
d< rwftcnt.i y durod.'Oi moli.
Ms IndolaMo quo nunca I |Qu encantado quedar Ud.
al ver qu I nuevo lpiz lobial de Pond' m ocMiiere ^ ,
a ui lobioi on m quo antes I El nuevo Pond' "lips
dura fresco y radian! por mueheu mis horoi.
I Ms uniforma-ms sedoso! Debido a
un ingrediente nuovo Pond's "tip" queda
n tus labioi atinado, in orillo borroa. No
i grasoso ... no se empasta ... ni te reieca.
Conserva sus labios suaves . | hechiceros I
| Coleras suntuosas! Malices ms naturales,
vibrantes . tonos de moda que concuerdan
con su tipo y su vestido. | El nuovo Pond's
"Lips" es su perfecto acento de elegancia I
POND'S "UPS
//
Para Colombia
Grato paseo le deseamos a
la seorita Teresita Puertag-
mez, quien sigui para Mecte-
llin en donde pasar una tem-
porada.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Victoria L. de Spangler
Sra. Sildla D. de Boyd.
Sra. Nlta N. de Lewis.
Srta. Josefa catalina Guar-
dia.
Srta. Linette Motta Garca de
Paredes.
Dr. Harmodio Arlas.
Sr. Carlos Alfaro.
Nia Vlcky Novey Morrlce.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Julia de R. de Quelque-
jeu.
era. Micaela P. de Mndez
Sra. Jacinta G. de Barrera
Sr. Carlos Navarro.

Al entrar los buques de to
das las nacionalidades en e.
puerto de Nueva York, los ame-
ricanos que regresan, los visi-
tantes de otras tierras y lo
Inmigrantes que llegan a los Es-
tadas Unidos para establecerse
all, reciben la emocin de le
Sr. Gaspar Garca de Pare
des.
Sr. Jaime Ortega,
Nia VUma Cecilia Villalaz
Moreno.
Nio J. J. Vallarlno III.
Nio Jeffrey Kline Elsen-
mann.
Restablecida
Nos complacemos en felicitar
a la Sra. Margarita Font de
Luclanl, quien desde ayer aban-
don la Clnica San Fernando
acompaada de su precioso nl-
lto.
El matrimonio Font Lucan i
se encuentra a la disposicin
de sus amistades en su residen-
cia.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
seor Max Heurtematte y seo-
ra Genarina A. de Heurtematte
quienes cumplen hoy catorce
aos de casados.
Enfermos
Completo restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Mary T.
de Ortiz de evallos, esposa de
S.E. el Bnbajador del Per y
SUFRE DE TOS?
PRUEBE TANCRO-
Jarabe eficaz recetado
por mucho* mdicos!
Tancsocs una preparacin cientfica que
da pronto alivio a una garganta irritada,
inflamada o reseca, o a irritaciones me-
nores de los bronquios, provenientes
de un resfriado Tancro ayuda a aflojar
la flema y descongestiona los bronquios
Es agradable al paladar y bueno tam-
bin para los nios. Compre Tancho
hov mismo. A la venta en las farmacias.
Z------ JARABE
I |SllePl*A Dl CONFIANZA
10111)1 V PARA LA TOS
oreo eooucro NOKWICH
El domingo a las seis de la maana tuvo lugar en la parro-
quia de Las Sabanas el matrimonio de la seorita Maria del Car-
men Migues y el Joven Mximo Martn Gonzlez, en acto sencillo
e impresionante.
Fueron los padrinos de la boda don Casimiro Martin Blanco,
doa Gernima Snchez de Migues, don Francisco Migues y doa
Felisa Gonzlez.
Lm foto capta el Instante en que los novios, pictricos de fe-
licidad, hacan el tradicional brindis de champaa. Les desea-
mos una eterna luna de miel.
estatua de la Libertad, que a
Iravs de los aos Se ha cons-
tituido en un smbolo de sig-
nificacin mundial.
Este ao la gigantesca esta-
ua llega a sus 65 aos. La
figura de una mujer atablada
con las togas clsicas de la an-
tigedad, sosteniendo en una
mano la antorcha de la Ll-
:ertad, fue obsequiada por el
pueblo de Francia al pueblo de
os Estados Unidos al celebrar-
se el 100o. aniversario de la
independencia de los Estados
Unidos y ha sealado ella la
histrica, amistad existente en
tre las dos naciones democ
| ticas. La mano derecha de I
I Estatua que sostiene la antoi
cha fue exhibida en la Expi
sicin del Centenario celebrad.
| en Filadelfia en el'ado de 187(
, La estatua fue terminada ei
1883 y la Inauguracin forma,
fue efectuada por el President!
Grover Cleveland, el 28 de oc-
. tubre de 1886.
Los nios y adultos franceses
aportaron $250,000 para la gi-
gantesca estatua de bronce. Los
ciudadanos de los Estados Uni-
El resultado de las elecciones
Francesas afectar la labor de
Eisenhower en Europa por ahora
Por Lionel Shapiro
(NANA)
PARIS, julio 3. (EP8I. El
cuartel general de la Organi-
zacin del Pacto del Atlnti-
co, comandada por el General
Dwlght Eisenhower, ha mante-
nido un discreto silencio acerca
del resultado de. las elecciones
francesas.
El General Alfred Gruenther,
jefe del estado mayor de la
Organizacin, explic este silen-
cio en trminos diplomticos,
diciendo que "serla impertinen-
te para un funcionario de la
misma expresarse acerca de la
voluntad poltica del pueblo
francs".
Pero no es nlngUn secreto que
los cimientos de la Organiza-
cin han sido debilitados como
resultado de las elecciones. Los
partidos centristas, que son los
nicos que apoyan con entu-
siasmo a Elsenhower en Fran-
cia, han retenido el control del
gobierno, pero en una forma
tan incierta que es poco pro-
bable que el general adopte pla-
nes a largo plazo para la de-
fensa de Euroaa occidental.
La clave de sta es, por su-
puesto, el territorio francs. Las
fuerzas militares y la capacidad
industrial de Francia son im-
portantes, naturalmente: pero
ms an lo es la situacin geo-
grfica del pas, que es- el co-
razn de la Europa occidental.
Elsenhower necesita la plena
cooperacin del gobierno fran-
cs para desarrollar sus planes.
M
DURADERO?
No hay esmalto para uas a ningn
precio quo duro ms quo C'JTEX
Slo Cute, contiene "enamelon",
nuevo y maravilllo ingrerHenle
que conserva la belleza en las uas
por lias y dies sin agrietarte,
desprenderse o descolorurie.
GRAN NOTICIA SOBRE BF.I.LEZA-
AHORA-Lpii labial Culex-en
malices de ltima moda, que rombinan
armoniosamente con el esmulte
CMOS para tu uas. In lpiz labial
fino, suave, perdurable.
El esmalte para uas ms popular del mumlo.
"El Halcn y La Flecha" es el
espectacular film que mna.
estrena el "Teatro Central"
os aportaron $225,000 para e
'destal en forma de estrelle
cual se levanta sobre la isl:
e Bedloe en la baha de Nue
a York.
El escultor alsaciano Frederli
Uiguste Brtholdi dise y su
ervigil la ereccin de la es
atua. El peso de ella es d-
mas 225 toneladas. Desde 1;
)ase del pedestal hasta la an
corcha tiene una altura de 91.
metros o sean 305 pies. La fl
de- 151 pies (45.3 metros). E
brazo derecho tiene un lar*
tie 42 pies (12.6 metros), y 1.
mano ms de 16 pies (4.8 me
tros). Una escalera circula
dentro de la estatua permi'u
a los visitantes llegar hasti
la cabeza de la misma, des*
donde se contempla una mag
niflca vista de Nueva York
la baha. De noche la estatu
es alumbrada por un slstenn
de iluminacin elctrica.
r #
La receta
es infalible,
si interviene
ROYAL
u.
El Teatro Central ofrece desde maana 4 de Julio el estreno
de una de las ms espectaculares pelculas de aventuras y
accin. El pblico grita, aplaude, se asombra y se llena de
emocin viendo la actuacin de Burt Lancaster en el formi-
dable drama de aventuras "EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA",
grandioso v sorprendente film en technicolor. La bellsima
Virginia Mayo, comparte honores estelares con Burt Lancaster
en este formidable drama.

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2021. Telfono 3-0749.
_ I
SE ALQUILA: Aportimanto Inda-
pendiente, planta boja, cinco divi-
siones, cerca escuelo Puerto Rico,
Corrosquilla. Telfono 3-4406.
VENDE;Madero usado para lor-
"rrojetas o sus centavos el pi* cua-
drado. Plywood de H" en tma-
nos da 3 x 8 a diez centavos el
pa cuodrado. Ocurra ol Abottoir
Nacional en Poitilla.
He
lin SE NECESITA
Domsticos
"t NECESITA:Cocinara con expe-
riencia, buenos referencias, lijen
sueldo. Vio Porros No. 100.
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colla 13 Oeste No. 26. Informa-
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Una recmaro. servicios, cocina,
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SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
cuartos, ventilado, en Pueblo Nue-
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I 00. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
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Automviles
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Llama Tel. 2-0860 de 7:30 a 12
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buenas condiciones, B.350.00. Te-
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SE NECESITA :Empleoda paro oficios
domsticos. Calle 47 No. 3, opar-
'*" tomento 5.
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colla P No. 3.__________________
("Si NECESITA:Cocinero que duer-
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13.
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",, duerma en el trabojo. Colla Carr,
.*. 1433-B, Bolboo, Zono del Conol.
4'JE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
refereneios paro dormir en cosa,
* buen sueldo. Avenida Mxico No.
II.____________________
* SE NECESITA:Empleodo para to-
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Sr en el empleo. Ocurro Carrete-
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fresco, servicios independientes,
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I Lime Tel. 2-1456.
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SE ALQUILA:Apartamento inde-
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B.80.00.
SE ALQUILA:Apartdmento en re-
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cocino, recmara, patio, B.45.00
mensuales. Urbanizacin La Pra-
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frente Estacin Gasolina Porque Le-
fe'vre.
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Alojamiento- poro solteros a precios
mdicos en Ave. Per No. 24.
,fcrforo pozos orteslanos. Par mayor |
informocin 3-0931, Chorles J.
Hilbert.
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xemo, carache, picazn, etc. A-
gencio "Cubo". Tel. 2-1611. A-
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Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado
B.6.00 por semono, para hombre.
Avenida Lefevre, Parqu* Lefevre,
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Quinar. Quinar destruye la cospo,
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nar se vende en todos los buenas I
SE ALQUILAN:2 cuartos con ali-
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mes, entrada Independiente. Calle
45 No. 34.
farmacias.
AVISO:La renta del agua por el
trimestre vencido el 30 de Junio
de 1951 debe ser pagoda del pr-
' mero ol 17 de Julio de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
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Casas
SE VENDE: Packard, club sedan,
excelentes condiciones mecnicas,
modelo 1946. cubreasientos nue-
vos, llantas en buenos condiciones.
Precio B.700.00. Llamar Tel. 3-
0391, entre 7:30 o. m. o 4:30 p.
m., Panam.
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M LE HA MRDIDO A UD7
Un DIARIO monuscrito de una do-
ma, que fue olvidodo en los Estudios
de la Red Panamericano. Se suplica
a la propietaria del mismo se sirvo
posar por nuestras oficlnos, en horas
laborables, donde le ser! devuelto
previa Identificacin personal por ser
un documento de ndole privada y
tratar de asuntos ntimos.
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CA. DI LMIVRI Tel. 1-lii
VINDI LOTtS
Pata iniciol minima 1.100.00
Maniuol S. 15.00
a Lotes con Calles y Acueductos da
lo Ciudad desde B. 1.00 I mevro.
Alquilarnos quipe pasado ptia
movimiento da fierro.
a Alquilarnos lotes o lorejos plazos.
a Club da Iotas, B.3.00 y .4.00
semonoiee
Botes y Motores
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1 1 -2 K. W. 60 ciclos, casi nuevo.
Precio fuego, B. 150.00. Telfono
2-3792 desde los 10 a. m.
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General
SE NECESITA:Radio-Tcnico de
experiencia y con licencia para ma-
nejar. Avenida Central No. 68.
SE NECESITA:Opernos que ten-
gan experiencia manufactura ropo
de hombre. Colla 13 E No. 14-8.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet dos recamaras
sola, comedor, servicio, cocina,
cuorto empleodo, bao, garoge.
Informas Vio Porras 164. Tel.
3-1465.
Miscelneas
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Fbrica Hielo Estripeaut. Colla H
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Artculos de Casa
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B.25.00. Calle 40 No. 13, Tel. 3-
. 1574.
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', barato, motivo viaje. Barriada
Visto Hermosa No. 200 X D.
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completamente amoblada, lugar
atrayente, con cuatro recmaras,
dos salas, 2 garages, cuarto em-
pleadas, jardines, etc. en Poitilla.
Facilidades de pago. Precio muy
reducido. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE NECESITA:Trabajador en cur-
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De 6 a 8 p. m. en Ave. Centrol
151, entrado Contino Dovid.
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A. Avenida Per No. 28. Ponom.
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nejar bicicleta, trabajador, honra-
do. Ave. 4 de Julio No. 19 bajos.
Afnelas Themet-lienes Ralees, '
Ave. Central Na. 259, apart. S404
Tal. 3-1069.
Atendemos al 4 da Jalla
CASA DE MADERA DE 48 CUAR- '
TOS EN CALLE 26 OESTE No. 21
vala y hogo oferta.
Se vende casa en Rio Ablo. Paio
inicial, B.2,500.00. Volor 6.5.500.1
Chalet Grqnde de tres recmaras, so- {
lo, comedor espacioso, 2 servicios
sanitarios completos, garage, te-|
rraza de hobby en barrio exclusivo, |
valor B. 13,000.00 Pago Inicial;
B.5.000,00, el soldo a 20 oos"
plazo.
Cholet de dos recmaras, sala, co-
medor, cocina, servicio moderno,
garage, fordn, valor '1.6,500.00
pago nidal B.3,000.00. Saldo en
pequeas mensualidades.
Casa chico con bastante terreno en
I Club X, en esquina, valor B.3.- ,
500.00.
Chalet de una recmora, solo, come-1
dor, servicios, garage, amplio te-1
rreno, en Avenida 5o. Son Fron-
cisco 635 Mts. Valor B.6,500.00.
Pogo inicial, B.2,100.00 saldo en
hipoteca.
Chalet de dos recmaras, salo, co-
medor, cocino, garage, en esquino
Avenido 5a. Son Francisco. Va-
lor B. 10,000.00, pago iniciol B.
4,000.00.
Casa de concreto, esquino Avenida
A y calle noveno frente plozo de
Herrera, buena rento, volor S. 17,-
000.00.
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El Carmen, Vista Hermoso, El In-
genio, Club X, Pueblo Nuevo, Ca-
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Prstamos hipotecarios.
Seguros de todos closes.
Se venden occlones de lo Cerve-
cera.
Agencias Themas-Bienea Raises.
Are. Central Ne. 25. eeo*. M04
Tel. I-lO.
MNDEZ Y UBIETA tiene poro lo
venta Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE NECESITA:Local de 500 metros
para industrias. preferible uno
nave construida expresomente. Se
tomarlo en alquiler con largo con-
trato. Ofertas al apartado 238 o
al Tel. 2-1951.
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c' SE VENDE:Oportunidad. Por mo-
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Cltimo modelo 4 quemodores v
Orno automtico, juego solo, re-
Trigerodora Philco 7 pies, 2 sillo-
nes bamb, 2 comas gemelos de
caoba, un escritorio. 2 libretos, C-
mara Cine-Kodak 8 mm. con su
proyector. 2 ^bicicletas inglesas
para nios de 8 y 10 oos. Calle
51 No. 38, altos, o llomor tele-
fono 3-2233.
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al
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currlr eon levantada* noeturnae. ntr-
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lumbeao, dolor 4* I eoyuaturae.
{Mea e- ardor on loa conducto. ..
ZfJLi* e,d*d do estimulante
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moderno, sobre ms de TOO M2
de lote. Posicin cntrica, colle 4o.
Con mportonte hipoteco asumible,
precio interesante.
Lote 877 M2 de esquina, Poitilla, con
facilidades de pago.
CENTRAL DI IIINIS RAICES
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Locales
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orriea del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILA: Locol comercial o
parte de l, en Avenida Per No.
72, paro oficinas, ogencias u otros
negocios. Lugar cntrico. Llama
Tel. 3-0624, trum*.
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50 calle 13 Oeste,' ltimamente
ocupados por Contino Potio Pa-
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cantina, tambin opropiado para
rafresquria. tienda. almacn, o
depsito. Miguel Hive, telfono 3-
2145.
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recogerlo, radiaremos la interesante historia verdica que so
relata en sus pginas y que ocurri en Panam. El novelista
cubano Samuel Cldevilla realizar la versin radial que pro-
tagonizar la prlmerisima actris Anita VIHalas, a las en
punto de la noche desde maana mircoles 4 de Julio.
A travs del amor que esta
mujer le inspir, el clebre to-
rero Lula Bello conoci por pri-
mera vez el miedo. Miedo que
no sabia si era de vivir o de
morir.
Mel Ferrer y Miroslava. figu-
ras centrales del punzante dra-
ma de ]a fiesta brava y las in-
timas pasiones de un torero:
Toros Bravos" (The Brave
Bulls), eme se estrena el Jue-
ves prximo en los teatros Lux
y Cecilia.
Vallarino y Crespo
chocan boy en el
baseball de Barraza
Los equipos Crespo y Vallari-
no se miden esta tarde en la
continuacin del campeonato c!c
Baseball de la Liga de Baria/.,.
Este juego anunciado primu-
i ament para el domingo, &e
pospuso para ayer, pero se sus-
pendi con motivo de duelo, de-
bido al fallecimiento de la espo-
sa del deportista Bartolo Ar-
guelles, uno de los fundadores
de la Liga, y director de equi-
po durante varios aos-
Dos excelentes
juegos brind el
base de Barraza
La jornada de baseball de la
Liga de Barraza brind el do-
mingo dos duelos formidables
que resultaron del agrado de la
gran concurrencia que se dio
cita en el diamante de base-
ball de Barraza.
Al efecto el equipo Deportivo
Guillermo Miranda se Impuso
al Dep. Mendoza en 14 entra-
das por anotacin de 4 carre-
ras a 1. Oran rivalidad sostu-
vieron desde la lomita los lan-
zadores Toms McKay que re-
sult ganador y Tuno Garca
que carg con la derrota.
.a ?
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1 1 Vi
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Nueve heridos en
brar rpidamente su carro, lo-
grando evitar el golpe de fren-
te, lo cual hubiera sido de de-
sastrosas consecuencias.
Los heridos son los sisuen-'
tes: Luis Maria Gonzlez. Billy
J. Chavis, Josefina de Ovalles,
Mara Rosario Gonzlez. Juan
Bautista Brandao, Ana Gonz-
lei de Gordon, Jos Mara Gon-
zlez, Juan Diaz y Rower) Mi-
chael. Este ltimo se encuentra
en el hospital de Clayton.
El Personere Municipal. Lie.
Carlos Rodrguez Lpez, est a
cargo do la Investigacin para
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pagar ciertas personas sin vin-
culacin alguna con esta ofi-
cina.
Del seor Auditor atento ser-
vidor y amigo sincero,
Digenes A. Pino,
Tesorero Municipal.
Rosendo Lasso, Auditor Mu-
nicipal de Panam, a peticin
de parte interesada.
HACE CONSTAR:
Que el seor Ing. Digenes A.
Pino, ha venido desempeando
el cargo de Tesorero Municipal
del Distrito de Panam, en cu-
yas actuaciones como tal, en las
que este despacho Interviene
segn las atribuciones que le
confiero la Ley, en relacin con
los fondos municipales del Dis-
trito, en todo momento ha de-
mostrado un estricto cumpli-
miento de la Ley, los Acuerdos
y Ordenanzas Municipales.
Que en lo que se refiere a
la designacin de los emplea-
dos en las distintas dependen-
cias a su cargo, ha actuado con-
forme lo establece el Acuerdo
No. l. expedido el 5 de enero
de 1051 por el Honorable Con-
selo Municipal de Panam, "por
el cual se establece el Personal
de la Administracin Municipal,
durante el periodo fiscal cois-
prendido entre el lo. de enero
al 31 de diciembre de 1951 y
se dictan otras disposiciones":
Que las designaciones para
ocupar cargos do su dependen-
cia, han sido debidamente co-
municadas a este Despacho con
las fechas de toma de posesin,
constatndose asimismo que las
oersonas nombradas se encuen-
tran en el desempeo de sus
funciones: y
Que diariamente, la Tesore-
ra Municipal a su cargo, remi-
te a esta Auditoria un Informe
detallado del movimiento habi-
do en los Ingresos y Egresos en
los fondos encomendados a su
cuidado, los cuales en todo
tiempo se han encontrado con-
forme.
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Auditor Municipal.
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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Nuestros Atletas
Participarn en los eventos de
Basketball Natacin y Atletismo
A las 5 p.m. ser el
Compiten Maana En Balboa
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lomeo de P. y Campo
Nuestros mejore atletai a.*
Pista y Campo forman ei ejui-
po que defender los color*
nacionales en el torneo de Atle-
tismo que e ofrecer maana
en la zona comenzando a las 5
de la tarde en el Estadio de
Balboa-
En doce eventos participa, un
nuestros muchachos y exista
fcian conflania en las actuacio-
nes que rendirn. El equipo o
escogi la Comisin Nacional uc
Pista y Campo y estar dirigido
por Paucho Hurtado y Car.os
liellzarlo, y los atletas y eventos
tn flue participarn son:
leo metros
Oliver Swaby, Alfredo R'-
chards, Reginaldo Mattews y
Alfredo Orenion.
ZOO metros
Marcos Wilson, Alfredo Ore-
nion, Lester Sobers, Oliver 3wa-
ty y Rodman Nfiez.
400 metros
Marcos Wilson. Eric Ferguson,
Itodman Nez y Reginaldo Mat
lews.
800 metros
Uonaldo Prince, Eric, WaiiUon
Leonardo, Parker y Walter A-
niadee.
1500 metros
Simn Pealoza, Gumersindo
; Glll, Jos Salas y Juan Philip.
Helero 4 x 10*
Marcos Wilson, Jenning Bia-
ckett, A. Richards, Altver swaby
Alfredo Qrenlon y Lester Sooe s.
ReleTo 4 x 400
Eric Fergunson. Donaldo Prln
ce, Rodman Nunez. Reginaldo
Mattews, Marcos Wilson y Leo-
nardo Parker.
Satto Alto
Miguel Clovis, Silvestre Brcwa
ler y George Hemmlnson.
Salto Largo
Jennings Blackett, Lester Sj
. bers y Hctor Sinclair.
110 metros con Vallas
Victor Gonzlez y Hctor Sin-
clair,
Lanzamientos de Disco y Bal
Osvaldo Deliser. Ricaurte de

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la Amada, Alfredo Reid y Wai-
ter A
Uigne.
ucn
Darn la gran batalla i Jugarn con el "5
los nadadores locales
Un selecto grupo de conoci-
dos y destacados tritones loca-
les forman el equipo que reprt-
tntar maana a Panam ou
el Concurso de Natacin que se
desarrollar en la Piscina de
Balboa, comenzando a la una y
treinta de la tarde, v como pr
te del programa de festejos pa-
ra celebrar el Aniversario de la
Independencia de los Estauos
Unidos.
El director del conjunto, ?'-
[esor Pedro Almilltegui, confia
que nuestros nadadores rendi-
rn todos sus esfuerzos para sa-
lir bien librados a la vez t,uc
sus actuacin? resultarn sa-
tisfactorias.
Competirn en los tres estilos
y los tritones que participaian
en los siete eventos son:
100 metros Ubres
1 Ricardo Beauregard
100 metros estilo pecho
1 Jorge A. Panay
3 Lindbergh Calvo
3 BeUsarlo Escobar
200 metros estilo Ubre
1 Jorge Barcenas
2 Norman Arosemena
50 metros estilo Obra
1 Ouillermo Mata
2 Alcldes Bernal
8 Hugo Aedo
100 metros estilo apaMa
1 Delary Kthn
100 metros estilo Ubre
l->- Alcidss Bernal
2 Carlos Beauregard
3 Hugo Aedo -,
Suplente: Norman Arosemena
100 metros revelo estilo Ubre
1 Ouillermo Mata
2 Hugo Aedo
3 Ricardo Beauregard
4 Alcldes Bernal
Suplentes: Carlos Beauregard
Norman Arosemena.
de Albrook Field
El Seleccionado Nacional de
Basketball Jugar maana en
Balboa contra el equipo de la
Fuerza Aerea del Canal, en el
partido decisivo del torneo eli-
ir.lnatcrlo con motivo del Ani-
versario de la Independencia
de los Estados Unidos de Nor-
teamrica que se celebra ma-
ana.
El partido est anunciado pa-
ra comenzar i la 1 y 31 de la
tarde en el Gimnasio de Bal-
boa, situado al costado derecho
del Estadio de dicho lugar. ,
Ambos conjuntos han demos-
trado gran pujanza y calidad
y se pronostica un encuentro
reidsimo.
Esta serle relmpagos para
escoger los equi;x>s que Juga-
ran maana, comene el pa-
sado mircoles, y el selecciona-
do nacional se impuso al equi-
po de la Armada por 70 a 40;
en tu segunda presentacin
nuestros muchachos le ganaron
al Seleccionado del Ejrcito
por 84 a 50.
El equip de Albrook Field
'aviadores) gan el derecho de
jugar en el encuentro de ma-
ana con su victoria sobre ei
Seleccionado Civil del Pacifico
por 73 a 50.
Es marcado el entusiasmo
que se ha levantado por este
partido del Seleccionado Nacio-
nal frente al equipo de la Fuer
za Area en Balboa, y nume-
rosos aficionado? acompaa-
rn maana a nuestros mucha-
chos pare alentarlos y ver el
atractivo encuentro.
Gran
"4
Duelo Se Espera En
De Julio" Maana
El Clsico
En El Hipdromo1
Escogidas las Estrellas de
la Liga Americana de bas
Protestan por la
campaa contra el
Sr. Adn Gordon
NUEVA YORK, Julio 3. (UP)
Eddie Sawyer escogi a Don
Newcombe y Preacher Roe de
los Dodgers. Sal Mage y Larry
Jansen de los Gigantes, Warren
Spahn de los Bravos. Robin Ro-
berts de los Phillies. Ewell
Blackwell de los Rolos y Dutch
Leonar de los Cachorros para
que Integren el cuerpo de lan-
zadores del equipo de las Estre-
llas de la Liga Nacional que el
dia 10 de Julio Jugar en De-
troit contra las estrellas de la
Americana.
El piloto de los Phillies y de
las Estrellas de la Liga Nacio-
nal seleccion ademas a Pee
Wee Reese y Duke Snider de
los Dodgers, Enos Slaughter,
Wally Westleke y Red Schoen-
diest de los Cardenales. Willie
Jones de los Phillies. Pohnny
Wyrostek y Ralph Kiner de
los Piratas y Bruce Edwards de
los Cachorros para que con-
juntamente con los peloteros se-
leccionados por los fanticos in-
tegren el equipo.
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno"
Peritos tu automotores concurren...
Se obtiene mas kilometraje r\ por litro
con
CHAMPION
Numerosas protestas ha le-
vantado la campaa contra
Adn Gordon, Administrador
de la Piscina Olmpica, qne
cierto sector de la prensa ha
emprendido en una forma ma-
lvola.
Conocidos deportistas se han
manifestado en desacuerdo con
esas malintencionadas campa-
as, ya que Adn Gordon, una
de las glorias ms grande de
nuestra natacin, en todo mo-
mento ha cooperado por el en-
grandecimiento del deporte de
las brazada en una forma de-
sinteresada.
81 se toma en cuenta la la-
bor realizada a favor de nues-
tra natacin por Adn Gordon
nunca se atentarla contra di-
cho deportista que hoy por hoy
es uno de los ma celosos y
destacados entrenadores con
que cuenta el deporte de las
brazadas.
Welsh Loch y
Main Road se
destacan aqu
Por RDEME
Maana se corre en el viejo
valo sabanero el tradicional
clsico '< de Julio" con el cual
f Hipdromo Nacional celeo*a
ia fecha clsica de la Indepen-
dencia de los Estados Unidos
dt Norteamrica.
Asistiendo como Invltac'os de
honor a este clsico \ t'"i?ur':s
autoridades de los Estados Uni-
dos acredltedei en Panam, ijuO
stin agasajadas por el erci.te
del Hipdromo.
Competirn en esta prueba
los campeones de la pista sobte
una distancia de 1600 metros y
por un premio de B. 2.000.
Se destaca en dlc'.ia carrera
el caballo Welsh Loch que ea
atravesando magnficas formas
por lo cual los fanticos lo t*-
cogerp como favorito. Tambin
e presenta con mucha opcl'-.i
el caballo Main Road, que de en
contrar una cancha a su antojo
con seguridad que ganar fa-
El Sr. Enriquo do la Torrionto, Jr., do la
Habana, Cusa, concurro: "Arranque* instantne-
os... vertiginosa aceleracin... etto os lo quo m*
fascina de la motocicleta. Por eto insisto tn las
Champion, ya qua ion las bujas mejores y ms
seguras que he encontrado. Adems, las nuevas
Champion proporcionan mayor kilometraje."
Predilectas del mundo ontoro por mee de vn cuarto do tifio
1
cilmente. Adems debemos
mar en cuenta a Dictador
en los trabajos diarlos que '.%,
efectuado se le ha notado O^H
magnificas condiciones, lo ni^H
mo podemos decir de Pinaru f<
Ratling Light-
Completan ^ollo. Full. Gor-.ev.cod y :.:.-
tielito que tienen a su carfcj 111
papel de sorpresa.
Ll programa hpico que se t# I
Lbrpi- maam es bastanto WM
Usc'Jvo y re espera una s
cor vu n en -.ia en el Hlpdroteo
de Juan Franco.
Ayuda a conservar
ese aspecto juvenil
uno nueva y maravillosa
croma da afeitar que refresca
y "entona" la piel
Ahora usted puede "entonar" su
piel a la vez que se afeita. Pfede
obtener afeitadas a ras de pM
ma ntidas, que lucen mejory al
mismo tiempo hacer que su piefOJ.
ciba el efecto benfico de una nuett
y maravillosa substancia que ayuda
a coqaervar el aspecto sano y juvenil
del rostro.
Esto lo consigue usted con la -
Nueva Crema do Afanar Williams
que contiene Extracto de Lanolina
reciente descubrimiento mdico con
mayorea propiedades "benficas**
para la piel que la lanolina corriente.
El Extracto de Lanolina le refresca
el rostro a la vez que se afeita. Con-
forta la piel... la deja ma suave.
Sole ea WILLIAMS
Despus que haya probado la Nueva
Crema Williams con Extracto da
Lanolina, jam quedar satisfecha
con cremas de afeitar corrientes.
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L/elebremos el
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de Julio

PRIMERA CARRERA
COMIENZA
A LAS 12:45 P. M.
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
s
9a. Carrera / Milla
CLASICO 4 de JULIO
Premio B. 2.000.00 (agregado)
PHOEBUS APOLLO....................C. Alfaro 128
PINARD.............................O. Chanis 117
FULL.................................K. Flores 110
WELSH LOCH.........................B. Pulido 117
MONTIELITO.......................C. Snchez 110
(MAIN ROAD......................... V. Ortega 127
(CORSEWOOD...........................F. Rose 106
RATHLIN LIGHT.......................J. Avila 114
DICTADOR.............................A. Soto 119
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PAGINA OCHO

El- PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rVOEPEVOIENTR
MARTES, JULIO 3, 1951
El Basket De 2a Presenta
Hoy Interesantes Partidos
rMSKKTB.AJ.I DE SEGUNDA
CATEGORA
Circuito Masculino
{ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Grupo "Gringo de la Guardia"
G. P. Pts.
Faena y Lu ...... 4 o 1.000
Oftica Sosa .......3 0 1.000
Trfcnsistmica ......'..3 0 1.00(1
Fetimex .......... z I .667
Cikla Gonzalez .... Z Z .500
Rebeldes .......... 1 2 .333
De, pern.......... 0 2 .000
Orjn ............. 0 3 .000
Fafcrte 15 .......... 0 4 .000
"Che Villalobos"
Grupo
Eleu .--...... 4 1 .875
A.(Barcelona ....... 3 1 .750
Bah Jr............ 2 1 .667
Centenario.......... 2 1 .687
Pefcsicol* .......... 2 2 .5?R
iLeferre ...... 1 2 .33'.
durito.......... 1 3 .35
Pelag ........... 0 2 .0M
^americana ....... 0 2 .MC
-Por BETO TEJADA
ll Campeonato masculino 'Je
Jwetbn de Segunda catego-
ra de la Liea Provincial do
Paiam prosigue e.sla noche en
e! jpimnasio Nacional eon tres
palldos a cargo de los equipo.-::
" Orion vs Dep. Pern
6.45 p.m.
Rodela* vs Panamericana
8 pm.
y
ptica Sosa vs Transstmica
9 p.m.
En el primer cotejo, los .com-
petidores luchar! por entrar
en la columna de ganadores,
encontrndose- lavoriio el Orion
para salir airoso en este com-
promiso.
fc.n el siguiente partido, tanto
el Rodelag como Panamericana
ae empearn en obtener su
primera victoria y dejar el s-
tano, luciendo como posible
sanador el quinteto de Aquilino
de la Guardia.
La velada canastera de hoy
cerrara con el lance entre p-
tica y Transsnicos, donde'
ambos, quintetos jugarn por
continuar invictos en el coman-
do.
Como podr apreciarse exis-
ten suficientes motivos para
esperar tres encuentros reid-
simos y movidos.
Papito Soto y Pariente Car-
dales, sern los arbitros como
de costumbre; Rivera llevar
el tiempo y Velarde ser ti
anotador.
Se Efectuarn Maana Campeonatos Nles.
De Levantamiento De Peso En La Cat. Junior
if*
Atletas de 6 provincias se disputarn
los ttulos de 123,132,148 y 165 libras
Maana se efectuarn .os
campeonatos nacionales de' Le-
vantamientos de Pesas de la
Categora Junior en el local de'
Jardn Tropical a las 10 a.m.
cin de este deporte.
Se disputarn los campeona-
tos de la 123 libras, 132. 143 y
:S5 libras, y participarn atle-
tas de Chirlqui, Herrera, Co. l.
Bocas del Toro, Coln y Pa-
nam.
La Academia de Cultura Fill-
oa, El Instituto de Gimnasia y
deportes y el Gimnasio Len ts-
laian representados por aoi.0-
aiastas y prometedores atletas.
lodos los atletas inscritos pu-
ra estos campeonatos manifies-
tan encontrarse en excelente';
condiciones, y se esperan Inte-
resantes y satisfactorias coa*
petencias.
El gran levantador nacional,
Jarlos Chvez, ofrecer, demos-
Uaciones de estilo, fuerza y ce-
laje, adems que tratar una
vez ms de levantar el doble
e su peso, hazaa que ha ica-
Uzado ya en tres ocasiones.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Elsa Asniirre triunfa definitivamente
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LA PRECIOSA SUPERPRODUCCIN MUSICAL
BUENAS NOCHES, MI AMOR
BASADA EN LA CANCIN DEL MISMO NOMBRE!
PRE ESTRE.NO MAANA!
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JUDY HOLLIDAY
...en el papel que la ha
ni:t dduxiT" hecno 'a ms aplaudida
DLL PREMIO^ aclrz Qel momentoii__
ACADEMIA!
NACIDA AYER
Una mala mujer le
hizo conocer el amor
y el miedo!...
DESDE JUEVES
SIMULTNEAMENTE CON EL
TEATRO CECILIA
Jy el REX de Coln)
TOROS BRAVOS Y
HOMBRES VALIENTES!
i JAMAS SE U VISTO Oil PELFCUU SEMEME!
Un estreno de alto valor dra-
mtico es el que ofrece a su
pblico el Teatro Presidente
comenzando maana, con la ex-
traordinaria cinta: "Una Mujer
Decente" que es la historia de
miles de mujeres que pasan to-
da su vida soando en un gran
amor, y cuando lo tienen cerca
se ofuscan y no saben qu ha-
cer con l... Pero, "Una Mujer
Decente" que protagonizan la
bellsima Elsa Aguirre y Rafael
Baledn, es. adems, el drama
de una mujer que a cambio de
su nico pecado, el de amar
apasionadamente al hombre que
llen su vida, sta fue ejem-
plo de resignacin, sufrimiento
y decencia...
No solo hay en "Una Mujer
Decente" la fuerza de lo dra-
mtico > el encanto de lo ro-
mntico, hay tambin la reve-
lacin de Elsa Aguirre como
bailarina de los extimos rit-
mos de moda, cuando baila de.
manera sorprendente un calien-
te mambo original de Prez
Prado, el "Mambo No. 8" cau-
sando gran sensacin, tambin
tiene Elsa la oportunidad en
rsta gran pelcula de dejar or
su cadenciosa voz al interpre-
tar varias canciones que Indu-
dablemente sern del agrado del
pblico.
gO Y i TE^OS
KlbJ PRESENTANI
CENTRAL
BARRY si I I IV \ \ BETTE DAVIS, ni
"EGOSTA"
Culpable del nico pecado que jams
mujer alguna perdona! _
TEATRO LUX
Alrr Ac lidelo nudo
1JT Rollos de Cmicas
-? en Colores!...
PRESENTANDO
Las Mejores Comedias de '
us caracteres favoritos
TOM y JERRY
Precios:......0:60 y 0.30
BELLA VISTA
UN ESTUPENDO DRAMA DEL
OESTE I...
|2JS' Alexis SMITH
a, Stephen
/ McNALLY
' Howard
DE SILVA
'EL CORREO DE LA
MUERTE"
I EN TECNICOLOR i
TEATRO CECILIA U ms luJo"' '""'la y seniaclonal
___________________________ e" musical en Colores I
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
ALAS *? P M WAHOO!-
B. 115.00 en Premios!
Robert Rockwell, en
"JORGE EL MAGNIFICO"
"MUJERES POLICAS"
TEATRO TIVOL
Bobby Driscoll. en ~~
"LA ISLA DEL TESORO"
EN TECNICOLOR!
Harold Llovd. en
'SEMANA sin MIRCOLES'
TEATRO IRIS
FRED ASTAIRE
y su nueva pareja
JANE POWELL
"BODA REAL"
ti numero de baile en el rielo raso
lo ns asombroso del Clnel
TEATRO TROPICAL
TYRONE POWER
"LA PATRULLA
INDMITA"
m
VARIEDADES
DA POPULAR s .35 .20 l
Un Gran Doble Programa I
Amparilo Rivelles
Fernando Rey, en
"SI TE HUBIESES
CASADO CONMIGO"
- Adems: -
Ricardo Montalban
Susana Caro, en
"DOS PASIONES"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO^
NOCHE DE BANCO I
B 200 00 para el Pblico!
A LAS 6:00 y 9:00 P.M.
Richard Denning, en
"LA MUJER que ESPERO"
y -
"TIGRES VOLADORES"
Tin-Tan, en
"Ay! Qu Bonitas Piernas"
Ana Mariscal, en
"VIDAS ENCADENADAS"
HISPANO
3 PELCULAS PRECIO 0.15
DA POPULAR I
"EL GATO CHINO"
"EL CARADURA" y
La Aparicin del Muerto"
TEATRO EDISON
DA DE BANCO B. 125.00
"LA CAPTURA" y
"SAN QUINTN"
con Lawrence Tierney
TEATRO VICTORIA
Dana Andrews, en
"CRIMEN SIN CASTIGO
- y -
'CORAZONES DE ACERO
con Randolph Scott
VS TERMOSA_
Cantnflas, en
LOS 3 MOSQUETEROS"
- y -
"SI TE HUBIESES
CASADO CONMIGO"
QtSlaM^tu
9 Melodiosas Canciones
Un romance sentimental
salpicado de situaciones
imprevistas de comicidad
efectiva y un reparto extra-
ordinario, en la ms alegre
comedia musical del ano
MAANA
REGIO ESTRENO!
EL AMOR
VIGILA"
-- con -
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BjngCrosw
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*ith ROBERT STACK
TomEwell Charles Kemper and
> MARGE and GOWER CHAMPION
Pmrfiwi fc, ROBERT I. WELOf'- DncM by RICHAR
Suggested by i Play by Samm Ripbaebta
Written tor the Screen by Artftor SMbm
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PRONTO!
Una Obra Maestra
de Realismo!
"ABRINDOSE PASO"
PRESIDKTE
CON AIRE ACONDICIONADO
HOY ULTIMAS EXHIBICIONES!
De Una Pelcula Extraordinaria
Marga LOPEZ Roberto CAEDO, en
"NEGRO ES MI COLOR"
ESTRENO!
COMIENZA
MAANA
DRAMTICO!
Esperanza y desesperanza unidas en un mismo
corazn de mujer, que late con la violencia del
huracn por el amor de un hombre.....
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TAL VEZ USTED CALIFIQUE
La vida de esta mujer como despreciable y
deshonesta, pero.....
Estar seguro de no Haberse Equivocado?
i-
Cantnflas. en
"EL CIRCO"
BOTN DE
ANCLAS"
IDEAL
EL PUERTO de LOS
FANTASMAS''
H-15 y
"Habla el Corarn"
"LA VENGANZA
ES DULCE"
APOLO
ZORINA y
Arturo de Cordova
- en -
"PASAPORTE A
________BIO"'_______
ROOSFyilT '*' ORlil'LLO DE LAS AFUERAS)
"EL GRAN VALS" "PAGINA DE MI VIDA"

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