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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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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INDEPENDE^
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country 1$ safe** Abraham Lincoln.
SccmramsV.O. ffl
CANADIAN WHISKY
TWBNTT-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. F., THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1951
Hague Court
Grants Britain
'Injunction'
THE HAGUE, July 5 (UP) The International Court
of Justice here today granted Britain an "injunction" in
the Iranian oil dispute.
The Court ruled that the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
should continue temporarily to act as before Iran decided
to nationalize it.
However the Court recommended the appointment of
a five-man Board of Supervisors composed of two Brit-
ons, two Iranians and a neutral representative who
would help evolve a formula for the future management
of the company.
But in the House of Commons Britain's Foreign Se-
cretary Herbert Morrison said the situation in the oilfields
wos becoming intolerable, and that Iran seemed bent on
closing the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company even if it meant
economic ruin.
FIVE CENTS
Truman Flays
Czech Trial
As 'Travesty'
Morrison aid Britain was
leaving nothing to chance so far
es the protection of British
Uves In Iran U concerned.
He said he welcomed Iran's
suspension of a proposed antl^
GulickMPs
Wish CZ Kids
'Best Of Luck'
"5ile PftclfIc Little League yes-
tejQSy received the folio win let-
ter from the 20th MiliCarv Police
Co. of Ft. Gulick. enclosing a 192.-
60 money order.
"The officers and men of this
unit would like to show their part
In contributing; to your current
drive for the Canal Zone Little
League. We all wish you the very
best of luck.
"Goodbye Oood luck and we
hope you return victoriously."
The fund box score:
Previously reported: . $2.204.14
Jim Gulick
Edward Maduro.....
Victor de la Guardia .
E F. de la Guardia .
Lionel R. Stempel . .
A. E. B. Remington . .
Navy Disbursing Office
Naval Supply Facility .
Chas Ramirez......
Ancon Liquor Store . .
Other "Booster Ticket"
Sales..........
Balboa Pay Office and
Pay Car Sales of
"Booster Tickets" .
SOth Military Police Co.
Ft. Gullck. CZ. . .
Fldanque Hermanos e
Hijos........
Total ....
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
10.00
.5.00
19.00
13.50
10.00
15.00
5.00
485.13
92.60
10.00
$2.889.37 days
sabotage bill which, had It be-
come law. would have meant
penalties up to death for sabo-
tage in the "Iranian national
oilfields."
Officials in charge of Installa-
tions could have been held
liable for sabotage or mere ac-
cidents rising from the actions
of employes. Most officials In
charge are presently British.
Morrison said the suspension
of this bill indicated the Iran-
ian Government was becoming
aware of the need for restraint.
At the International Court the
two Iranian observers who had
attended the hearing as specta-
tors walked out shortly after the
ruling, was read.
Iran had charged that Britain
had no right to submit the dis-
pute to the court on the grounds
that it Involved the Iran and the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company, not
the two countries.
The Polish and Egyptian Justi-
ces on the court dissented from
the majority decision, holding
that the court should have decid-
ed whether It had jurisdiction on
the entire issue before authoriz-
ing any Interim measures.
The British nave apparently
decided not to evacuate with a
report that an amended receipt
form for captains to sign before
taking their loaded tankers out
of Abadan might bridge the dif-
ference between Iran's demand
for a receipt made out to the new
nationalized company and Brit-
ain's refusal to admit the new
company's ownership of the oil.
The withdrawal of British
tankers threatened to close the
vast Iranian refinery In a few
Socialite Faces Contempt
Charges On Red Bail -Fund
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP) ganizatlon chairman: Robert
Socialite Frederick Vanderbllt Thompson. New York State
Field, "angel" of left wing chairman; Gilbert Green, 1111-
causes. refused In a Federal nols chairman and Gus Hall.
Court here today to disclose the national secretary,
names of persons who had con- Thev said that they saw the
tributed ball money for the four four men at Communist Party
fugitive Communist leaders. headquarters "sometime last
Federal Judge Sylvester Ryan Friday." Field said he saw them
told Field he would he held In when he went to consult with
contempt unless he decided to Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. one of
produce the names. the 17 Communists arrested two
He directed Field to bring in- weeks ago. about bringing all 11
to Court this afternoon all the convicted Communists to court
records and books of the ball Monday,
fund of the Civil Rights Con- Abne'r Green said he saw
fress. labelled a Communist Winston In the Federal Court
ront by the Justice Depart- building here between 11 and
ment. 11:30 a. m. Friday. That is the
Ryan ordered $80.000 in bond last time the four missing men
forfeited when the four did not have been reported seen,
svrender to the court Tuesday. In Washington Sen. Pat Mc-
Abner Green. Dashlell Ham- Carran, D Nev.. said the dis-
mett. author of the "Thin Man" aDpearance of the four con-
novels and other best-selling vlcted Communist leaders un-
mysteries. and Dr. W. Alpheus derscores the need for Con-
Hunton are Field's co-trustees gressional action to, require
of the ball fund. higher ballor no ball at all-
Field and Green previously re- for conviped Reds,
fused to give the names of bail He made the statement as
contributors on grounds thev Attorney General J. Howard
might tend to incriminate them- McGrath warned that the Jus-
WASHINGTON, July 5. (UP).
President Truman told a
news conference today that he
approved in advance the State
Department statement of yes-
terday which assailed as a
"travesty" the trial of US- cor-
respondent William N. Oatis In
Czechoslovakia.
The US Embassy in Prague
is expected to protest the con-
viction of Oatis on 37 charges
of espionage and to demand
his immediate release. '
Oatis was sentenced yesterday
to 10 years in prison after being
found guilty of spying on the
Communist Czech regime.
Three Czech co-defendants
all former employes of the As-
sociated Press were given 16
to 20-year terns.
Yesterday in Washington the
State Department denounced
the trial of Oatis as "purely
intimidation" and propaganda,
and termed Oatis' '"confession"
as "prefabricated".
Republican Senator Karl
Mundt demanded that the State
Department take "immediate
reciprocal action" against Cze-
choslovakia for imprisoning the
American newsman.
'Each Day Finds Us
Stronger' Bledsoe
Says At 4th Fefe
Admiral A. M. Bledsoe, Com-
mandant of the 15th Naval Dis-
trict, said during a speech he
delivered at the Independence
Day exercises yesterday after-
noon at the Balboa Stadium
that "each day finds us strong-
er in relation to possible ene-
mies with greater realization
that through the United Na-
tions, the Organization of Am-
erican States, and (be North
Atlantic Treaty, we are In a
better position to convince the
Communists that If they attack
us, thev will have the united
resources of a free world against
them in a war they cannot
win."
He went on to say that:
"One year ago Korea was at-
tacked. We said to the Commu-
nists, 'This has gone far enough.'
Our over-all success there you
all know.
"As Pearl Harbor united all
elements in the United States
and proved the undoing of the
Japanese, so Korea has unified
the United Nations and started
us all on re-armament. It show-
ed us all that force was the
only thing the Communists
understand, and, that the weak
nations will be picked off indi-
vidually like the stragglers in
a Turkey shoot.
Today finds us strengthening
our armed forces at a rate
never previously done in peace
time and it finds us building
our economy and mending our
international fences.
"I believe that our illustrious
national heroes, in looking down
on us would say that we are
doing a good Job, but would
counsel us to continue, for
though victory is in sight, -it
Is not yet won."
Ridgway Selects Team To

Conduct Ceasefire Talks
4 Minor Accidents Mark
CZ '4th'; 132 Die In US
Four minor traffic accidents
and one superficial injury from
fireworks made up the bulk ot
mishaps reported to the Balboa
Police following a fairly quiet
Fourth of July celebration.
Except for minor delays caus-
ed by rain In the forenoon, the
program at .the Balboa Stadium
followed its original schedule.
President Alcibiades Arose-
mena arrived in the Canal Zone
at 3:40 with a Canal Zone po-
lice escort and he attended
part of the Band concert offer-
ed by the Republic of Panama
and United States Armed Forces
bands at the Stadium.
Gov. Francis K. Newcomer, Lt.
Oov. Herbert Vogel, Lt. Gen.
W. H. H. Morris. Jr. and many
other high ranking officials of
the Army, Navy and Air Force
attended the Independence Day
celebration.
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP)
At least 132 persons died in the
United States during the 31-
hour Indepndence Day July 4
holiday.
This total included 72 in traf-
fic accidents far fewer than
the 130 predicted by the Nation-
al Safety Council32 by drown-
ing, six In plane crashes, two
by fireworks and 20 in miscel-
laneous accidents.
Freak weather added to the
in. a streamlined Chicago and
Northwestern passenger train
smashed head-on into a loaded
ore train, injuring 34 persons.
A powerful aerial bomb veer-
ed off Its track and shot into
a crowd watching a fireworks
display in a Cincinnati suburb.
Ten persons were injured.
Two picnicking couples watch-
ed in horror as their four chil-
dren, who had gone wading in
the 8cloto River near Colum-
bus. Ohio, were pulled from
their feet and drowned.
Officials counted 202,226 fans
at major league baseball parks,
while 2,000,000 people crowded
beaches in the New York area.
Payment Of
Differential
OKd-Maybe
'Croquet Sets' For
Colombia Turn Out
To Be Arms Cache
MIAMI, Fla., July 5 (UP)
Customs Inspectors making a
routine inspection of a big box
of "croquet sets" bound for Bo-
gota, Colombia, by air today
found lt contained six .22 calib-
er rifles and 10,050 rounds of
ammunition.
The federal officers seized the
holiday damage. A .torna*, cut ^^&W?f^ **:
through Webb city. MUsouft .*? ^5*? **""" cw em,7
but no one was seriously injur-
ed.
Freak weather added to the
holiday damage. A tornado cut
through Webb City, Missouri,
but no one was seriously Injur-
ed.
A storm swept Lake Michigan,
disabling the 72 ft. yacht Buc-
caneer which was reached by
Coast Guard vessels.
Near Rhinelander, Wlscon
CIO Local 900 Holds
Elections Tonight
For Chapter Officers
The Balboa Chapter
900 GCEOC-CIO,
selves and asked for a long per-
iod In which to support their
clim that thev should not re-
veal the names.
"It is not known where these
fugitives will go or how far they
will travel." Ryan told them.
VEach dav these men are fugi-
4wes they may be
I rther and* farther
tice Department will prosecute
anyone who is found to have
helped the four evade arrest.
Conviction on such charges
carries a maximum penalty of
$1.000 fine and six months Im-
prisonment.
8en. Homer E. Ferfuson. R..
traveling Mich., called on McGrath to
from the start an immediate investiga-
cin to determine whether
jurisdiction of this court."
BeJd snd Green were ques- there was any conspiracy be-
tioBM about when they last tween the four missing men and
Local-
will hold
nomination and election of
Chapter Officers and Represen-
tative to the Local's Executive
Board, tonight, at the Pacific
Clubhouse, beginning at 7:30.
Eligibility for nomination to
Chapter or Local Union Offices,
will be open to any member
who enrolled Into the Organi-
zation prior-to Feb. 1, and has
contlnuosly maintained good you
membership. standing and is I beautiful city and peninsula.
2? ,""&? J:e fyine?l take vou fWline n" entertain
inST i/ was^fnteS^ut1 by * our club meetings. Write
Eric Oakley Secretary of the
Chapter.
Members will be required to
present their latest dues card
Indicating good membership
standing In order to participate
In the elections.
'51. Pete' Woods
Retiring Zonians
With Siren Song
St. PETERSBURG, Fla. July 5
--Seven hundred former Ca-
nal Zone employes of the u. 8.
Government, now retired and
living in St. Petersburg, read
with interest the article in
a resntt issue ot the Panama
American relative to the pro-
posed evacuation of federal
housing in the Canal Zone by
those retired for more, than
one year.
To the 130 now living In the
Canal Zone who will be seeking
new homes between now and
July 1, 1952, the members cf
the St. Petersburg.Chapter, Pa-
nama Canal Society are send-
ing an urgent invitation to
visit St. Petersburg before de-
ciding on a futur home.
William Butler, 110 Sixty
Third Avenue South, 8t. Pe-
tersburg, president of the so-
ciety, will- gladly answer any
Inquiries from those now living
in the Canal Zone, as will also
F A. Mqrton, 195 Ninth 8treet
North.
"You'll neither freeze nor fry
in St. Petersburg," promises
Butler. "There are 700 of us
here who can talk shop with
show you around our
bets for questioning. The illegal
weapons were part of cargo
destined for Bogota aboard an
airliner of the Lineas nter-
Americanas Aereas S. A., a Co-
lombian line.
Crewman Luis O. Medina ad-
mitted owning all the guns and
most of the ammunition. He
said he was taking them back
to Bogota for his "shooting
club."
"I dont know what kind of
shooting club lt was." said Cus-
toms Agent P. J. Gelvln. *It
might be for birds or squirrels
or vice presidents.. I know a
.22 can kill you as quickly as a
.38."
Under State Department re-
gulations, the crewmen were
made to forfeit the illegal car-
go, but Gelvln said there will
be no prosecution.
Gelvln said the seizure was
not an "isolated instance," but
that gun-running to South
America Is not being done on a
scale large enough to worry cus-
toms officials.
In reply to an inquiry from
The Panama American this
morning, a 13th Naval District
source stated authority had
been received to pay the 25
percent foreign differential to
Navy employes for the next
30 days.
The Secretary of the Navy
Informed District headquarters
that Public Law No. 70, which
was passed on July l, gave
authority to pay the differen-
tial as well as regular salaries.
Personnel officials of the
Army and Air Force have re-
ceived no definite word on the
differential.
Both services, Indicated, how-
ever, that to the best of their
advance knowledge Public Law
70 would carry authority for the
payment of their salaries.
Outside observers put these
statements together and came
up with the belief that the
differential was probably app-
roved for all three services at
the same time.
Thus far the annual epidemic
of "differential deficiency"
and the fear thereof^ seems
to be running in a well-worn
groove.
Whether this will be followed
by authorization to pay the dif-
ferential for another year when
the 30-day interim legislation
expires, remains to be seen.
TOKYO, July 5 (UP) General Matthew B. Ridgway
selected a five-man team today to conduct preliminary
ceasefire talks with the Communists on the Korea battle-
field Sunday.
Meanwhile reports from Hong Kong said the Com-
munists would help speed an armistice by avoiding politic-
al issues in Sunday's meeting at Kaesong. This meeting it
to arrange details for a formal ceasefire conference
Tuesday.
Usually reliable sources said Ridgway's party for Sun-
day's negotiations will include one United States Army
colonel, one United States Marine Corps colonel/one South
Korean Army colonel, a major from the staff of the
supreme United Nations command, and an interpreter.
Allied patrols and some 60
Communist soldiers sparred
around Kaesong today- while
United States Army engineers
cleared the Seoul-Kaesong high-
way.
United States Nations moni-
tors kept tuned to the wave-
Peace Still Remote
To Fighting Men
In Korean Foxholes
Iron Horse Fails
In Rabbit Trick
Wizard Gets $4Cs
LONDON, July 5 (UP) A
London magician expec V d
others to be as proficient at
leight of hand as he...and a
court agreed with him.
He won a suit in which he
harged that over four-thousand
uollars worfii of his stage p.op-s
had vanished from a depot...
us for information, or better
still come up and look us over.
We know you'll decide to stay."
Associates To Act
While F. R. Johnson
In On Vacation
Theft Of Crystal
Ball Leaves Gazer
Pondering Future
NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 5
(UP)Destrl. the fortune-
teller, could give police no
cines today to the thieves who
looted the club where he
works. They stole his crystal
ball.
Lonely Owner
Hopes Lost Dog
Well Cared For
"In losing him I lost a piece
of my heart" said an appeal
received "this morning by the
Panama-American from a dog-
lover who had lost her pet. Ans-
wering to the names of "Pal",
"Tatito" or 'Palito", he was last
seen Tuesday in Curundu where
he lives with the owner. Miss
Laura Orta, a civilian employe of
the Army Public Information
Office at Ft. Amador.
She said: "He left me very
lonely. If someone took him away
from me, I nope he went Into a
home that gives him care and
love, for he certainly was the
king in my house.
"If it so happens that he was
stolen from mei here are some
pointers for h' benefit and well-
being: he ate only once a day,
turtle stew meat or kidneys or
fried liver. There Is still some
meat for him in the ice-box, and
also his bottle of cod-liver oil
which he got every other day.
"I only hope that this word of
advice gets to his new owner
and that he provides a nice at-
mosDhere for my pet."
"Pal", Is a 35 lb. 2 ft. high Po-
lice dog (part German shepherd).
If found, contact Miss Orta at
82-3139.
SOM EWHERE IN KOREA,
July 5 (UP)The brass talks
peace, but peace is a million
miles frorn the youngster
crouched In his foxhole on some
nameless Korean hillside today.
The youngster checks his rifle
and ammunition, arranges his
grenades on the little parapet
he has scooped out. and waits
and thinks.
But he isn't thinking of peace.
He thinks of the day lust past,
and of the days aheadof
clinging to the side of a steep
ridge and cursing the hidden
machine gun that searched for
him with groping fingers of
steel from some impregnable
communist bunker.
He chalks up a mark on the
luckv side of his ledger. The
machine gun didn't find him.
Not all his buddies were lucky.
They picked up some of the guys
on a blood-splotched litter for
a bone-jolting ride back to the
aid station. And some of the
others they didn't pick up until
last, because it was no use hury-
rylng.
The youngster thlnp of the
artillery barrage laid down on
the enemv hill, and the sudden
death which rocketed down
from the sky, obscuring his tar-
get in choking clouds of smoke,
fire and dust.
He remembers swearing at the
machine guns, and watching
the litters go by.
Peace may be a few days
awayor lt may not. But for
now it is no so late to the young-
ster who writhes In pain or
bleeds to death on the Korean
front.
Peace Is a million miles from
the youngster brooding in the
foxhole, and Will be until the
machine guns no longer ham-
mer out their death battle and
the footsloggers climb no more
hills.
lengths of Pyongyang and
Pelplng radios, but there was
no reply from the Communist
capitals to Ridgway's last mes-
sage demanding that "positiva
assurance of safe conduct for
the Allied delegation be received
by midnight."
The delegation is due to go
to Kaesong by helicopter or
Jeep.
From Pelplng radio Red Chi-
na's peace committee was heard
calling today for continued aid
to North, Korea, warning that
"American aggressors" stillioc-
cupy Formosa and are retim-
ing Japan.
"The Chinese people's task of
resisting America and aiding
Korea haa not yet been com-
pleted."
The committee urged members
to speed up their "planes to
Korea" drive, which haa netted
donations.for nearly 2.000 plane
for the Red air force.
This propaganda is believed
designed to save face in the
light of the failure of the Red's
Korean adventure.
Both Pelplng and Pyongyang
radios have claimed a Commun-
ist victory in Korea, and art>
declaring it is the United Na-
tions which are seeking the ar-
mistice.
ExCommy Manager
E. B. Pearson
Will Remain Here
Edward B. Pearson, who re-
tired trom Canal service at ths
end of June plans to remain
on the Isthmus and possibly
will enter private business in
Panama, has announced.
Pearson, shown above, waa
acting as Manager of the Pa-
raso Commissary store at tho
time of his retirement.
A native of Jersey City. New
Jersey, he entered Canal service
In 1915, being employed In Sep
tember of that year as Commis*
sary Assistant. He was tran
sferred to the Mechanical Div-
ision in 1918 and was rerated
as helper but returned to the
Commissary Division a month
later.
He was employed for moss
of his remaining service as As-
sistant Manager in various ret-
ail stores, although he was
employed from September 1940
until August 1941 as Manager
of the Ancon Market and later
at the Tivoll Commissary.
Editor-Flyer Learns Intricacies Of
International Diplomacy After Crackup
BY REECE 8MITH
eW the fugitives, who" are: their bondsmpn i>- civil Rights | and the railroad company co.-id
Henry Winston, national or- Congress bail fund. _>.,uo1 maie them re-appeax.
F. R. Johnson, Assistant Sup-
ply and Service Director, mil
leave this week for a vacate!
in the United States. He pUns
to visit on the West Coast and
i'c.e Midwest and will return to
the.Isthmus about Sept 25.
In his absence, R. L. Sullh ,n.
General Manager of the Cor.:-
liilssary Division, will act as As-
sistant Supply and Service Di-
rector.
G. N. Sngelke will act as U
neral Manager of the Commis-
sary Division.
the World Court decision on Ha- Saavedra safe and headed back Colombia could do nothing,
ya de la Torre's right of sanctu- to Paltilla with the news. because the Colom b 1 a n Air
One way to get that you-too- ary. direct to Alice In Wonder- Saavedra meanwhile was get- Force reportedly had no plans
can-have-a-body-llke-mine glow land. ting good service from the na- capable of landing at Mutis to
is to crash a light plane a couple It happened, to Saavedra this tlves. who were early to the bring Saavedra out.
of hundred miles from any cantl- way. crash scene. Explaining their A commercial Catalina at Me-
na, and to be tended by a crash June 28 he and fellow Chilean grasp of the situation thev said: dellln mav have been able to do
squad of Indian villagers for a pilot Julio Cattan J. set out in a "An Argentine plane crashed here something, on a strictly cash
week. couple of Piper Pacers from Pal- a year ago." basis.
Chilean editor and pilot Jose tilla to Guayaquil. They may have been too mo- There seemed all the diplo-
Saavedra R.. has Just tried the dest about their technical train- matic reasons in the world why
treatment, and looks fine. Mous- They had already flown these lng. The Chilean fliers have since no one else could help. Admit-
tache sleek with vitamins. He re- planes down through Central been told that at least 20 light tedlv there might have been
turned to Panama Tuesday from America from the United States. planes are believed to have been more action had Saavedra been
Mutis, Colombia. 120 miles down Saavedra had flown light planes forced down by weather between known to be In danger for his
the coast from Jaque. from the United States to Chile Jaque and Tumaco.
Additional to the health aspect, three times before. Cattan and The recommended good-wea-
edltor 8aavedra had opportunity he are experienced pilots In alL ther route south Is down the At-
to bone up on international di- respects. lantlc side and up the Atrato Val-
plomacy. Several davs of nego- They were told the weather on ley through Medellln to Call,
nations involving Chile, Colom- their route was only so-so. Cattan's efforts back In Pana-
bia. Panama and in some meas- After refuelling at Jaque the ma to get something moving to in the surviving Pacer for
ure the United States Air Force's pair, flying in formation, ran Into 8aavedra's rescue bore much the crash scene.
air rescue outfit at Albrook Field sticky weather. Rain, mist and same stunted fruit as recent dl- Locating the wreck they flew
came to the diplomatic conclu- no visibility. plomatlc efforts to organize a Big low over nearby villages looking
slon that no one with the neces- Five miles north of Mutis Saa- Four conference. for their man.
sarv equipment had the right to vedra decided to land on the The United States Air Force's Saavedra soon showed hlm-
rescue Saavsdra. while no one beach. There was a log he had rescue outfit at Albrook Field self. He had been improving the
with that right had any equip- not seen. His plane struck it. could not take on the ]ob because idle hours, and the cause of
ment turned over and smashed fairly lt was hi Colombian territory, flying generally, by leading hui
Students of precedent hold that badly. They had no treaty rights to fly new-found Mutis friends in
ltfe.
So Tuesday Cattan broke oft
the diplomatic negotiations and
with long-time local light Diane
sage Col. J. C. L. Adams set off
the
I
this decision traces back through Cattan circled the wreck, saw there.
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Colombia Eates
Travel Rettrictiont
Bogot, Colombia, has Just put
into effect a system of tourist
cards for visitors, eliminating the
necessity for visas, according to
information received from Pana-
gra.
The decree Issued by the Co-
lombian government provides
that any citizen of a country
having diplomatic relations with
Colombia may enter the country
at a tourltt by obtaining a tour-
ist card from any duly author-
ized consul. This tourist card will
be valid for a 90-day stay In Co-
lombia, and is issued at-no cost
to the traveler. .
This Important step taken by
Colombia now makes it possible
for tourists to visit Colombia,
Panam, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile
and Argentina either with tour-
ist cards or without the necessity
of Obtaining any vitas Whatever.
Bogot, the progressive capital
of Colombia, Is fast becoming a
crossroads for air traveler!, with
direct flights to Panam, New
York and other North American
cities.
PAA Completes Year
Of Korean Airlift
Completing a year of national
defense duty In the Korean air-
lift. Pan American World Airways
and its subcontractors reported
that approximately 30,000 pas-
sengers and 11.000,000 pounds of
cargo had been transported on
988 round-trips across the Pac-
ific.
Pan American has actually
completed slightly more than a
year on the Korea run, for the
company jumped into the airlift
business within a few hours oi
the first call and without Wait-
ing for a formal contract.
The first airlift plane, a Pan
American Clipper flown for the
Army, left the United States for
Tokyo on June 29, 1960. A few
days later the PAA airlift opera-
tions were made a part of the
Reneral United States Air Force-
Military Air Transport Service
effort. This partnership has con-
tinued around the clock ever
since.
Passenger List for 8S AnrOn
The 85. Ancon is scheduled to
leave the Isthmus tomorrow with
a load of 166 passengers, accord-
ing to the advance passenger list
from the Panam Line offices at
Balboa Heights, as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton J. Atkin-
son, Miss Anna Baptiste, Mr. and
Mrs. Jean O. MacLean and ton,
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Maene and
son, Mr. and Mrs. William B.
Mallory and two children. Miss
Claire Marshall, Sgt. and Mrs.
Eric M. Marvin and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Flelden W. McCloud and two
children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
McConnell and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel J. McKeown, Mrs. Agnes
McLees, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln F.
Millard, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D.
Mundt and daughter and Mr. and
Mrs. Otis C. Myers.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Neal.
Miss Florence Parker, Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Pearson. Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas W. Peterson, Miss
Katherlne Phillips, Dr. and Mrs.
Roland S. Plxley and two chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Golden O.
Plumley and daughter, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. William H. Price and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs.,
Charles A. Prudhom.
EMFN Paul K, Rollins, Jr., Miss
Jean Soarlto, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
F. Smith, Robert Smolln and Miss
Ella Vincent.
Mrs. Irene S. Walling and
daughter. Miss Florence E. Ward,
Mrs. Ruth B. Welch, Mrs. Felicity
D. Whlttaker and three children.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Wlllard, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph E. Williams and
two children, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-,
11am C. Wllllford and four chil-
dren, Miss Minna Witkoff, Sgt.
and Mrs. Michael T. Wolchlck
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice C. Wyatt and Wesley E. Zorn,
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Hector of Ft Kobbe, a son, June
21 at Ft. Clayton Hospital.
PROFETA. W/O and Mrs. Ni-
cholas John of Fort Clayton, a
daughter. June 22 at Ft. Clayton
Hospital.
HARMAN. Pfc. and Mrs. Bllley
D. of Ft. Kobbe. a son, June 22. at
Ft. Clayton Hospital.
GUZMAN. Sfc. and Mrs. Tomas
of Fort Kobbe. a son. June 23 at
Ft. Clayton Hospital.
DAVIS. Sgt. and Mrs. Gerald
F. of Ft. Amador, a daughter,
June 23 at Ft. Clayton Hospital.
DOOLEY, Sic. and Mrs. Max
Lewis of Ft. Clayton, a son, June
24 at Ft. Clayton Hospital.
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ter, and James B. Crane.
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THE PANANA ASflCRICArT AW WOtFtWPKWI DAILY NIWSPATER
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* Administration Presses Drive
For High Taxes, More Controls
By ROBERT FJ.OFTUS
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP) Defense Mobilizer
Charles E. Wilson has warned Congress that the Admin-
istration Will continue its drive for sharply higher taxes
and strong economic controls even if the Korean War ends.
He joined other Administration leaders in warning
against any let-down in the defense program as Price Sta-
bilizer Michael V. DiSalle said the control program will
be largely on a standby basis this month although ceilings
may be imposed on pork.
Simultaneously, the White House revealed that Pre-
sident Truman is weighing a suggestion thai he appear be-
fore a joint session of Congress in an effort to rescue his
battered controls program. It was emphasized no final de-
cision has been reached.
Congressional sources said, however, that Mr. Truman
already has sent his legislative lieutenants a new appeal
for stronger controls which will be made public just before
the House opens debate on the issue today. The Senate
has passed a watered-down eight months extension.
DiSalle told a news conference
that the controls legislation now
before Congress would result In
higher and higher prices. Asked
if he could "live with" the Senate
bill, he said "you can live with
anything It all depends on how
you live."
Wilson, appearing before the
Senate Finance Committee In
support of the President's request
for $10,000,000,000 In new taxes,
said it would be "a horrible mis-
take for us to ease up" If the
Communists agree to a Korean
cease-fire.
He said a truce would have
no effect on the mobilization
program and Its consequent
need for higher taxes and
strong controls. The Senate, he
added, would be "unwise" to
follow the lead of the House
which voted only 17,200.000.000
in new taxes.
"Our defense mobilization must
be based not on the Korean
fighting but upon what we know
to be the ultimate aims and pres-
ent tactics of the Soviet Union,"
Wilson said. "Until we know that
there Is a genuine change in the
long-term aims of world Commu-
nism, we cannot afford to slow
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"When is a misfit not a mis-
fit ?" asks a reader. "Here's a
hand that is practically cold for
six hearts, but I don't see how It
can be bid without Just stabbing
blindly at it.
"North's diamond bidding is
certainly not encouraging to
South, and South's club bid Is not
encouraging to North but the
hands really fit in spite of the
apparent misfit. How does this
gc shown ?"
The beautiful fit can be shown
if North makes a very thought-
ful bid after West doubles three
clubs. See if you can dream up
North's best bid before you read
on.
North has made a decided un-
derbid when he raises to two
hearts. He is therefore ready to
make an aggressive bid if he gets
another chance. Surely three dia-
monds cannot be called aggress-
ive.
The million-dollar bid Is four
clubs. This certainly cannot show
a club suit, for North, would re-
double three clubs with strong
club support. The bid must show
a singleton ace or a voidcom-
plete control of the suit in any
case. ,
Now if South Is Just trying to
get to game, he will bid four
hearts and North can pass. If
South needs information about
clubs and general strength for
slam purposes, he will get It from
the bid of four clubs. There is no
doubt that South should Jump
all the way from four clubs to six
hearts.
The play is, of course very easy.
If West leads the queen of clubs
(as good a choice as any), dum-
my wins, and declarer immedi-
ately cashes the ace and king of
diamonds. discarding spades
from his hand. His next step is
to ruff a diamond to test the
break in that suit.
When it becomes evident that
the diamonds are 4-3. South lays
down the ace of trumps, leads a
trump to dummy's nine and ruffs
another diamond. Then dummy
is entered with the king of
trumps and two good diamonds
are cashed, assuring the success
op-the slam contract.
the pace of our own defense
buildup and our aid to other
countries."
The Defense Mobllizer was
echoed before the House Foreign
Affairs Committee by Presiden-
tial Adviser W. Averell Harriman
who predicted the United 8tates
and its allies can force a change
In Soviet policy if they remain
strong.
On the other hand, he said, any
relaxation In the any-Commun-
ist program "can only lead to dis-
aster."
Wilson was asked whether a
Korean cease-fire would mean a
downward revision in the mili-
tary budget. He replied '
"The enemy Is known to be too
tricky for us to be lulled. It would
be a horrible mistake for us to
ease up."
Assistant Defense Secretary W.
J. McNeil, who also testified be-
fore the Senate group, said peace
in Korea would have little effect
on the rate of defense spending
in the current fiscal year which
began Sunday.
He said military spending will
run about $44,000.000,000 during
the current fiscal year and then
Jump to between $48,000.000,000
and $50,000,000.000 in fiscal 1953.
The rate should drop to about
$40,000,000,000 in 1954 and then
level off at $35.000.000,000.
McNeil conceded under ques-
tioning, however, that the armed
forces probably will have* to ask
for an additional $2,000,000,000 to
$3,000,000,000 this year if the. war
continues.
Wilson said $42,000.000,000 In
military orders have been placed
since the start of the Korean war
and added that contracts now are
being'warded at a rate of $3,-
500.000,000 to $4,000,000,000 a
month.
He said he still Is not satisfied,
however, and that steps are being
taken which are- expected to re-
sult In a rapid Increase in output.
Taft Charges
Truman With
Shifting Blame
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Sen. Robert A. Taft has accused
President Truman of "misre-
presentation" and said the
President is trying to shift the
blame for high living costs onto
the shoulders of Congress.
The Ohioan. a strong con-
tender for the 1952 OOP Presi-
dential nomination, said he is
in favor of continuing wage and
price controls even if peace
comes In Korea. But he blamed
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ado Warren Lee Irwin during 42 hours of captivity, leaves
New Jersey State Police barracks at Flemlngton, with her
father, William Barker. Later she entered a Washington,
D.C., hospital where news that Irwln was found dead in the
southern New Jersey woods, a suicide, was kept from her.
the Administration's "Inflation-
ary" policies for making them
necessary.
In a broadcast speech Taft
defended the Senate version of
the new Defense Production
Law, which was sidetracked
temporarily by extension of the
present act.
He said Mr. Truman Is "shout-
ing to high heaven" about the
bill not giving him "every ar-
bitrary power he has requested."
To comply, he added, would be
to deed the nation over to
"straight socialism."
"The Senate bill is a good,
strong price and wage control
bill," Taft said, "and all the
talk about It being watered-
down or crippled d* pure pro-
paganda to try to- shift' the
blame to Congress for the in-
flation which was occurred and
probably will occur because of
the President's policies and fail-
ures to act." '
Taft said controls are made
necessary by the high level of
defense spending brought about
by rearmament. The real pinch
will not come until November,
he explained, when civilian
goods get In relatively short
supply.
Taft recalled Mr. Truman's
recent speech In which the
President attacked the National
Association of Manufacturers,
cattle lobbyists and other "spe-
cial interest groups" for boost-
ing prices. It Was here that he
accused the Chief Executive of
"complete misrepresentation."
Actually, Taft said, many con-
scientious people are sincerely
opposed to controls and he list-
ed more than a half-dozen other
organizations ranging from the
United Mine Workers to the
National Grange.
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Stabilizer Johnston
Bab For Tax Bill
To HH Little Man
WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Economic Stabilizer Eric Johns-
ton said this week the Adminis-
tration's $10.700.000.000 tax bill
is a better inflation cure than
the House-approved $7.200,000.-
000 tax hike proposal because It
would hit the little fellow har-
der.
He told the Senate Finance
Committee that to fight infla-
tion, the government must dig
deep into the lower tax brackets
because much of the income
available for spending Is located
there.
Johnston told the Senators
that weakened wage-price con-
trols would make his stabiliza-
tion job much tougher, but
"failure to provide adequate
taxation would make the lab al-
most impossible."
He. said if inflation controls
work but taxes are not hiked
enough, there will be an "in-
flationary gap" a year from now
of $10.000,000,000 to $20,000,000.-
000the difference between in-
come available for spending and
goods available to buy.
"The inflatonary gap can be
made up only by Increased taxes
and Increased savings." he said.
"Otherwise the gap will sooner
or later explode In Inflated
prices. Unless temporarily re-
strained bv drastic price and
wage controls, this could set off
a new spiral of inflation."
The committee is considering
both the Administration's pro-
posed tax bill and the House
measure.
Chairman Walter P. George.
D., Ga., already has Indicated
he favors a tax bill of ,n5 more
than $6,000.000,000 combined
with a $6.000.000,000 cut In gov-
ernment spending.
Both he and Sen. Robert A.
Taft. R.. o.. voiced the opinion
that too high taxes themselves
can be Inflationary.
But Johnston stuck to his
support for the Administration
tax program. This calla for an
Increase of about $4.00.000.000 in
personal income taxes with a
heavier Increase on lower-
bracket incomes than the House
bill.
For instance a married man
with two children earning $5.000
a year and now paying $520 In
taxes would pay $585 under the
House proposal, and $624 under
the Administration measure.
Free Europe's Armies
Will Be 5,000,000
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WASHINGTON, July 5 (UP)
Defense Secretary George Mar-
shall revealed this week that
this country's North Atlantic
pact partners expect by 1054, to
have 5,000,000 men on guard
against possible Communist ag-
gression.
He made the disclosure In
testimony before the House Ar-
med Services Committee In
which he reemphasized that the
United States presently plans
to send no more than six U.S.
divisions to Europe unless gen-
eral war should break out.
Marshall, who testified In be-
half of the Administration's
combined $8,500,000,000 foreign
arms-eco n o m i c aid pfogram,
said the free nations of Europe
have tripled their defense bud-
gets since the start of the Ko-
rean War. i
The defense,chief also:
1) Warned against any let-
down If there is a cease-fire in
Korea. He said the pressures to
"bring the boys home" may be
exceedingly hard to resist" but
we must do so. The aid pro-
gram should be approved,, he
said, as a symbol of U.S. de-
termination to resist aggression.
2) Repeated he would like to
see Spain brought into .the
North Atlantic security alliance
but not at the expense of "up-
setting the other governments."
He noted that some of the
Allies oppose admitting Spain
for "political reasons." ,
Marshall's statement about
Western Europe's manpower
goals was brought out under
questioning by Rep. Walter H.
Judd, R.. Minn. Judd demanded
to know why this country's goal
of 3,500,000 men under arms is
twice that of our Allies com-
bined.
The Secretary replied that
Judd must be misinformed be-
cause our allies are shooting
for 5,000,000 men In uniform. He
indicated this figure would in-
clude all Europeans under arms
not just those assigned to
Eisenhower's new army.
Marshall said the United States
la "attempting to get each na-
tion In Europe to make as large
a contribution of manpower as
possible" to the new Inter-
national army headed by Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
He agreed with Rep. Brooks
Hays, D Ark., that Europe's
sacrifices "still are in excess of
ours even it the full amount
of the program la approved."
Marshall said earlier that Euro-
pe is matching America's dollars
with manpower.
The United States now has
three divisions in Europe and
is in the process of sending
three more. While there are
fewer than 120,000 fighting men
in six divisions, supply and
other supporting personnel will
push the total well above that.
The six ground divisions and
their supporting forces are in
addition to Air foroe and Navy
personnel assigned to the Euro-
pe theater.
"There Is no plan at present
I to Increase that number," Mar-
shall asuured the Congressmen.
"If we become involved In a
conflict, issues at the moment
would have to decide our plans."
Marshall also repeated that
the United States should avoid
becoming involved In war on
the Chinese mainland.
In reply to questions by Rep.
Walter H. Judd, R., Mln.. Mar-
shall said the fall of Asia to
Communism would not neces-
sarily "be fatal to the defense
of Europe" although It would
be a sharp blow to the West
and would "release much Rus-
sian tension."
Amplifying on Europe's sacri-
fices in the current rearma-
ment drive, the Secretary point-
ed out the reductions in living
standards hit other free nations
harder than the United States
because their living standards
were lower to begin with.
UNESCO Priority
Puts Technical
Education First
PARIS,July5. iUSIS) Tech-
nical assistance on fundamental
education in under-developed
areas and youth work will be giv-
en primary emphasis by the Uni-
ted Nations Education, Scientific^
and Cultural Organization next:
year, under a resolution approval
by UNESCO'S General ConferJ
ence here.
At a recent meeting, the corsg
ference approved a resolutl
proposed bv the United Stat
urging first consideration
those ltmes.
It also states that advanced!
long-term projects should not be>"
disrupted nor cooperative ar-
rangements between UNESCC
and the United Nations or itsj
specialized agencies upset.
UNESCO has previously given
indication that It considers ,
work in fundamental education"
of prime importance. Strong sup- |
port for the educational program |
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THURSDAY, JULY $, 1951
White Sox Regain First Place In American League^
^"^^^
Chisox Split As Yankees
Lose 2; Red Sox Cop Two
i y Unifd Prw
NEW YORK, July 5 The White Sox jumped bock
to O one half game lead in the American League when
rhty divided a doubleheader with the Tiger at Detroit
with the White Sox winning the nightcap 5-1 after losing
rh# opener 6-3.
Meantime the Yankees were losing a trying twin bill
to the Senators at the Yankee Stadium 9 6 and 6-5.
The Boston Red Sox climbed to
within two and one-half games
of the league leading White Sox
and two behind the second place
Yankees by talcing a doublehead-
" er from the Athletics at Philadel-
phia. 9-0 and 9-5.
The Cleveland Indians downed
' the St. LouU Browns. S-6 and 4-8,
to keep in the now hot American
League pennant chase.
If tradition means anything.
the White Sox and Dodgers
hould meet in the World Series.
The major league myth main-
tains that the teams in the lead
In their respective leagues by the
Fourth of July (Independence
Day) win the pennants.
- Three singles, an error and Al
Zarllla's homer gave the White
Box their four-run first inning
which chased Diaiy Trout ana
-eron the nightcap after the Tig-
*rs got 12 hits, including Joe
Qinsberg's and Hoot Ever's hom-
ers to win the first game for Hal
ITewhouser.
Oil Com was the man who
manled the Yankees by hit-
ting two three-run homers, erne
In she five-ran ninth Inning in
the first game, ant ky driving
In the winning ran with a sin-
gle in the sixth Inning of the
aesend game.
Mexican Bob Avila performed
-similar heroics for the Indians.
Ha climaxed a four-run eighth
inning rally with a two-run sin-
gle to win the first game then
jingled Harry Simpson home
from second base with the win-
ning run in the lBth inning of
the four hour 19 minutes night-
cau.
Simpson started the decisive
first game rally In addition to
tingling In the 15th of the second
It. T
Mickey McDermott gave up
four hits and allowed no Athletic
past second base for the first Red
outburst In the third Inning
brought the Red Sox from behind
to win the second.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers again took a six
and one-half game lead In the
senior circuit as they twice whip-
ped the second plat* Giants at
EbbeU Field. C-6. In eleven In-
nings In the first game and 4-2
in the nightcap.
Blwtn "Preacher" Bee bunt-
ed successfully in a eeueexe
play to bring heme Jackie Rob-
inson with the winning run in
the first game and help himself
te his leth victory of the ses-
een. Bee had entered the game
In the ninth Inning in a relief
reto.
OH Hodges' single drove in a
run in the ninth to tie the score.
In the eleventh Bobby Thomson's
homer put the Olants ahead
gain hut the Dodgers' Duke Sni-
der doubled and Robinson singled
him home to tie it up again. Then
after Olant catcher Noble tossed
wildly to second base in an at-
tempt to trap Robinson off the
bag, Jackie went to third from
where he scored on Roe's bunt to
give the Brooklyn* the triumph.
Hodges' 28th homer featured
the nightcap win. Ralph Branca
went tne route for his sixth suc-
osas against two loases.
Two six-hitters gave the Phil-
adelphia Phillies 4-1 and S-l vic-
tories over the Bravea at Boston.
Ralph Klner's two homers in
the nightcap featured the Pi-
ratee' 4-1 and 11-4 sweep ever
the Beds at Plttebargb.
Three Cardinal homers gave
the Redbirds a 10-5 win over the
Cubs at Chicago. The second
game was rained out.
Robin Roberta and Emory
"Bubba" Church each pitched a
Box triumph while a three-run : six-hitter for the Phils. Oranny
National League
Won Loet Pet.
M .M
M .Ml
m .see
31 .m
M .4*5
31 4S7
M 455
41 .414
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Brooklyn (N).
Philadelphia at Boston.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Chicago.
TEAMS Wo
Brooklyn..... .. 46
New York .. .. .. 41
St. Louis..... .. 37
Philadelphia .. .. U
Cincinnati .. .. .. 33
Boston....... .. St
Chicago...... .. *39
Pittsburgh.. .. .. 29
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
iladelpia 001 020 1004 9 0
Boston 001 000 0001 I 0
*. Roberta (10-6) and Semlnlck:
Nichols 13-3', Wilson '< and
Z Cooper.
(Second Game
Philadelp'ta 020 000 0103 9 1
Boston 000 100 0001 I 1
Church (9-4) andWllber; Cole
(0-21, Estock (8>, Chipman (9>
and St. Claire.
4j> (First Game 11 Innings)
*.. N. York 000 300 010 015 7 2
jfslrklyn oon 000 031 026 12 0
Y Mage,Jones i2-6> (9>. Spen-
'. cer (Hi and Noble; Pallca. King
#<>. Podbielan 9 Roe (13-11
,M1' ar>d Walker. Campanula (9>.
I H. RMueller. Mays, Campan-
kj ella, Reese, Thomson.
* --------
'Second Game)
.New York 010 000 0012
' Brooklyn 100 002 Olx4
Koelo (2-41. Spencer (8>
Westrum: Branca <0-2
., Campanella. H. R.-Snider,
Hodges.
American League
TEAMS
Chicago .. ..
New York ..
Boston.....
Cleveland ..
Detroit .. ..
Washington.
Philadelphia
St. Lewis.. ..
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at St. Louis (N).
Washington at New York (N).
Chicago at Detroit.
(Only Games Scheduled.)
YESTERDAY SRESULTS
(First Game)
Washingt'n 001 030 0059 10 1
New York 002 012 0015 11 2
Banford. Consuegra,(3-31 <8>,
Moreno (9' and Grasao, Guerra
(I); Raachl U2-5>, Ostrowskl i9>
and Silvers H.R.- Coan 2, Mize,
Sllvera. Noren, Collins.
Sammy Snead
Cops Third
P.G.A. Title
BY UfitAB FBALEY
OAKMONT, Pa July 5 (UP)
Playing the perfection golf which
made him famous, Slammin'
Sammy Snead of White Sulphur
Springs, W. Va.. rolled roughshod
over war hero Walt Burkemo of
Franklin, Mich., Tuesday with a
7 and 6 victory which gave him
the P.O-A. golf championship for
the third time.
Snead, golf's master mauler
from the Blue Ridge Mountains,
was In command from the mo-
ment he fired an eagle three on
the opening hole at Oakmont
Country Club as he flattened the
willing but outclassed Burkemo
to recapture the title he held In
1942 and 1949.
Burkemo, a two-tune Purple
Heart winner as an infantry-
man In the Battle of the Bulge,
gave it a gallant try. Five down
at one warty stage he battled
back to trail by only three holes
at the halfway mark. But then
Slammin' Sammy turned it on.
He had played the front nine at
awesome Oakmont as If he own-
ed It throughout the tournament
and in the chips down finale he
made no exception. In the morn-
ing It was a 34 out with a 36 back
for a 70 over Burkemo'* 41-3475.
In the afternoon Sam went out
over that par 27 front nine In 31
putting him 24 srokes under par
on that nine holes during the
tournamentfor a six up lead at
27 holes.
Snead made It seven up on the
28th and then halved two straight
holes with pars to close out the
match and take the $3,500 flrat
money. That boosted his earn-
ings this year, in which he was
hampered by a broken hand bone
last winter, to 97,702.
Burkemo, the 32-year-old dark
horse making his first POA start
who had beaten former tennis
champion Ellsworth Vines of Los
Angeles In the semi-finals, had
won only 3400 In four tourna-
ments this year. So the $1.500
second money was quite a con-
solation.
For Snead it was one of his eas-
iest triumphs for Burkemo could
not match the tournament tested
game of the slugger from the Vlr-
Flnla hills. In marching to the
Itle. Snead was 22 under par for
162 match play holes It required
to defeat Fred Haas, Jr.. of New
Orleans 1 up; Marty Furgol of Le-
moyne. III., of the 21st hole; Lloyd
Mangrum of Chicago, 3 and 2;
Jackie Burke, Jr., of Houston,
Tex 2 and 1 and, finally Burke-
mo.
Ex-Champ Pinard In Brilliant
Fourth Of July Classic Win
Several Records Broken
In July 4th Swim Meet
Hamner drove in three of the
Phils' tallies In he first game
with two singles.
Kiner's first homer, his 18th,
also was hi* ninth grand slam
roundtrlpper of his career.
The Cards' Wally Westlake. Del
Rice and Billy Johnson also hom-
ered at Chicago.
7 0
0
and
and
(first Game)
Bt. Louis 010 220 21210 12 1
Chicago 000 030 200 5 8 1
Poholsky. Staley < 11-7 i5> and
Rice. McLish ,
Kelly i8'. Schultz '9i and Bur-
3' ess. H. RRice, Westlake,
ohnson.
(Second Game)
Washington 003 021 0006 9 1
New York 010 400 0005 13 1
Haynes. Harris >3-5i <5i and
Guerra; Morgan. Kramer (0-11
(5>, Overmlre (7), Shea (9) and
Sllvera. HR-Mlae, Vernon.
(First Game)
Chicago 100 100 100-3 8 1
Detroit 300 130 00x-6 12 1
Oumpert <7-2>, Judson (> and
Masl; Newhouser <6-5> and Gins-
berg. H.R.Oinsberg, Ever*.
(Second Game)
ST. LOUIS at CHICAGO
(Cancelled, Ram
(Seewnd Game)
Chicago 400 000 1005 9 0
Detroit O0 000 1001 9 1
Dobson (6-2'. Rotblatt i7> and
Niarhos: Trout (3-11), Stuart (9)
and Swift, Robinson <8i. H.R.
Zarllla.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 001 000 0001 8 0
Pittsburgh 000 200 20x4 6 1
Black well (7-7'. Wehmeler i6-,
Byerly i8< and Howell, Scheffing
(8 Friend >2-8i. Wllk* <9> and
Oaraglola H R.-Stallcup, Cas-
tiglione
(First Game)
Boston 000 020 2419 14 0
Phlladelp'a 000 000 0000 4 0
McDermott (5-5' and Rosar:
Zoldak 12-3'. Coleman '5'. Mar-
tin '8' and Murray. H.R.Voll-
mer.
fBecond Game, Called at end of
Fifth, Bain.)
Cincinnati 200 11 4 10 3
wPlttsburRh 007 7216 17 0
Ramsdell <6-9'. Byerly '3',
Irautt '4'. Peterson 14) arid Pra-
mesa: Werle '5-1' and McCu'-
touth H. R.Kinar 2, McCul-
lougb.
(Second Game)
Boston............
Philadelphia........
(First Game;
Cleveland 000" 001 1406 11 1
8t Louis 003 000 2005 10 1
Wynn '7-9'.Brlasle '8' and Ha-
gan; Widmar. Hogue (1-H <).
Suchecki. '8'. Mahoney ifl> and
Lollar H.R.-Dobv.
Second Game 15 Inning*'
Cleveland............ 4
St. Louis............ 3
Table Ttnnis 7th
Round Scheduled
Tomorrow Night
The sixth round eliminations
in the Panam section of the Cia.
AI faro's Inthmlan Table Tennis
Tournament found Arthur Jos-
eph still in command of the lead
as he hoisted his seventh conse-
cutive win last Monday night at
the Pacific Clubhouse.
The seventh round elimina-
tions will be hel dtomorrow eve-
ning and will continue Saturday
at the Pacific Clubhouse.
Moving up to fourth place was
Sgt. Joe Lockman who eked out
a double victory during the eve-
ning at the expense of William
Stephenson and Ramn Ramrez,
winning easily both times via
throe straight sets.
Ana Teresa Rios. the only fe-
male contestant in the tourney,
fought a strong defensive match
against schoolboy champion Wes-
ley Jones who managed to win
the struggle by coming back with
a powerful offensive play In the
fourth and fifth sets.
The complete results: Arthur
Joseph conquered Alfonso Mc-
Cormack, 21-13. 21-16, 21-14. Sgt.
Joe Lockman defeated Wm. Ste-
phenson, 21-10. 21-12. 21-13. Car-
los Wong beat Alfonso McCor-
mack 19-21. 21-18, 31-14. 21-19.
Sgt. Joe Lockman downed Ramn
Ramiret. 21-13. 21-15. 21-12. Wes-
ley Jones offset Ana Teresa Rios,
21-19. 17-31. 14-21. 31-18. 21-13.
Weslev Jones ed?ed Lt. O. L. Mor-
row. 18-21. 21-17. 22-20, 21-18.
A capacity crowd witnessed the
annual July 4th swimming meet
gt the Balboa Pool. The number
of entries In the meet was some-
what smaller than anticipated
due to the rain which fell during
the forenoon. Borne excellent
times were recorded as the swim-
mers from Panam, the Zone and
the Armed Forces vied for hon-
ored positions in each event.
The opening event aaw Ken
Dtlth cop the 1-meter event with
a total of 120 points closely fol-
lowed by Bagley and Ray.
In the 400 meter free style tor
men, Ricardo Beauregard of Pan-
ama outsprlnted Don Connor In
the last two laps to win the event
in the very good time of 6 minutes
t.S seconds.
Bernal of Panam nosed out
Sogandares of the Zone In the 50
meter free style when he went the
distance In 26.9 seconds.
Marilyn Ford set a new Canal
Zone record of 1 minute 29 3 sec-
onds as she "butterflied" the 100
meters breast stroke for women
to better her own record of 1:30.4
set on May 30. 1950.
Don Connor returned to the
winners circle to take the honors
for the men's 100 meter breast
stroke as he touched out Jorge
Panay of Panam.
Arline Schmidt made it a dou-
ble win for her as she copped
both the 50 and 100 meters free
style In the fast time of 33.1 sec-
onds and l minute 13,5 seconds,
respectively.
In the 100 meters back stroke
for women Helen Edwards of the
Zone was unopposed as she turn-
ed in a l minute 28.8 seconds for
the distance.
Carlos Beauregard, twin broth-
er of Ricardo, copped the 300-
meter men's free style.
The 130 meter women's medley
relay team of Edwards, Ford and
Schmidt put a new record on the
board when they turned in a 1
minute 39.9 seconds for this
event. The 120 meter medley re-
lay for men featured a battle be-
tween the Panam and the Zone
team. The lead In this event
changed handa several times
with Sogandares the anchor man
for the Zone Just nosing out the
Panam swimmer. Leley. Connor
and Sogandares composed the
winning team.
The Canal Zone women's 160
free style relay team came back
strong to erase the old record of
1 minuto 00 seconds from the
board aa Edwards, Ford, Mallan
and Schmidt turned in a l min-
ute 47.1 seconds for the event.
In the same event for men lt
was the Panam team of Beau-
regard, Aroaemena, Mata, and
Bernal who walked off with the
honors aa they outdistanced the
Zone swimmers to take the event
In 1 minute 25.7 seconds.
The meet concluded with a one
meter board diving exhibition by
Merry Mallan. U. 8 National Ju-
nior Champion.
Senior events:
Diving
1Deith.
2 -Bagley.
3Ray.
4M Mts. Free StyleMen
Time: 3:5.8
1R. Beauregard.
2 D. Connor.
3-D. Mcllhenny.
lee Mts. Back StrokeWomen
Time: 1:28.5
1Helen Edwards.
IN Mts. Back StrokeMen
Time: 1:11.4
1-D. Kahn.
IB, Leley.
Se Mts. Free Style-
Time: 3:31.3
1C Beauregard.
3p. Connor.
-Men
3-H. Oru.
M Mts. Free ttjrle-JMen
Time: Si9
lO. Bernal.
3F. Sogandares.
3J. Mata.
SO MU. Free StyleWomen
ThHe: SS.l
IA. Schmidt.
2- H. Barr.
IN Mts. Breast itreke Women
Time: 1:N.$ (New C. I. Beeorl)
1M. Ford.
2C. Costello.
IN Mts. Breast StrokeMen
Time: 1:11.7
1D. Connor.
2J. Panay.
3---L Calvo.
IN Mts. Free StyleWomen
Time. 1:18.5
1A. Schmidt,
t I. Strauss.
IN Mts. Free StyleMen
Time: 09.5
1-Berngl.
2Mcllhenny.
3-Veles
IN Mts. Medley BelayWomen
Time: 1.-M.9 (New C. X, Record)
1Edwards. Ford. Schmidt.
1M Mts. Medie, RelayMen
Time: 1:35.7
1Lelsy, Connor, Sogandares.
IN Mts. Free Style RelayWorn n
Time: 1:47.1 (New C. Z. Record)
1Edwarda, Mallan, Ford,
Schmidt.
IN Mts, Free Style RelayMen
Time: 1:31.7
1Beauregard, Aroaemena,
Mata, Bernal..
Junior events:
4 Mts. Breast StrokeBoys
line: S9 S
lBundquiat.
3Otten.
3Ooodln.
n Mts. Free StyleBoya
Time: 19.9 (New Retard >
_lBiegel.
^as-Ryter.
3Henderson.
X N Mts. Free StyleOrle
* Time: li.5
1Anderson
2 Bngelke.
3Apel.
N 'MU Free StyleBoy If yean
Tine: 13.S
1John Morris.
2Mosher.
3F. Levos.
39 MU. Free StyleGirls 14 yean
Tine: 16.S
1Barlow.
2Olblin.
3WaUon.
46 Mts. Back StrokeBoys
Tine: 31.6
1B. Connor.
2Otten.
S-^denderson,
49 MU. Baek StrokeGirls
Tine: 3S.7
1-Walston.
2 -Bngelke.
49 MU. Free StyleBoys
Tine: S3.3
1Sundqulst.
2Otten.
3B. Connor.
49 MU. Free StyleGirls
Tine: 37.3
1 Straus*.
2Walston.
Savitt, McGregor To Clash In
Wimbledon Finals Tomorrow
Here's how they stand as of
Julv 5
Won La*
Jowph..... .. 7 0
Stephenson .. 4 1
Morrow ... .. 5 2
Lockman.. .. .. 6 3
Hall..... .. 4 3
Jones .. 4 3
Webster..... .. 4 3
4
ftios..... .. 3 4
McCormavk .. .. .. .. 3 1 7
and Mrs. Margaret Osborne Du-
Pont of Bellevue. Delaware, eli-
minating Mrs. Joy Mottram and
Jean Walker Smith of Britain,
6-1, -4.
DorU Hart of Jacksonville, Flo-
rida, and Shirley Fry of Akron.
Ohio, topped Jean Quertter ana
Kay Tuckey of Britain, 9-3, 9-1.
"Mrs. Barbara Scofleld Davidson
of San Francisco and Betty Ros-
enquast of South Orange, New
Jersey, eliminated the British
team of Mr. Peggy-Dawson Scott
and Betty Wllford. 1-6. 6-1. To
complete the rout, Beverly Baker
of Santa Monica. California, and
Nancy Chaffee of Ventura, Cali-
fornia, whipped Miss M. Evre and
Mrs. Violet White of Britain, 6-2,
LONDON, July 5 (UP) Two
outsiders renew an old rivalry
Friday when they meet In the
finals of the Wimbledon Tennis
Championships.
American Dick Savitt of Or-
ange. New Jersey, and Ken Mc-
Gregor of Australia won semi-
final matches yesterday at Wim-
bledon to make the final round of
the men's singles. When the tour-
ney started last Monday, Savitt
was seeded sixth, and McGregor
seventh.
Savitt beat fellow American
Herble Flam 1-6. 15-13, 6-3, 6-2 in
one semi-final. The Beverly Hills,
California net starranked num-
ber two nationallycouldn't keep
pace with Savitt after that sec-
ond set. The six-foot-three-inch
Savitt forced Flam into error af-
ter error.
McGregor moved up with a 6-4,
3-6, 6-3, 7-5 win over Eric 8tur-
gess of South Africa.
McGregor and Savitt met ear-
lier this year in the finals of the
Australian singles champion-
ships. In that one. Savitt won
easily to boost American hopes
for a Davis Cup victory. A win
over McGregor in thl* Wimble-
don tourney, would virtually as-
sure Savitt a berth on this year's
American DavU Cup squad
against the defending champ-
Australia.
In the women's matches at the
Wimbledon Tennis Club. Its an
ail-American semi-Mnal In the j
doubles. Four matches were play-1
td yesterday, with top-seeded BUMswtse Little League Tour-
Louise Brough of Beverly Hills nament to be held July-August.
Paclfk Little
League All-Stars
Play Tomorrow
The Pacific Little League All-
Stars (Canal /owe 1951 Cham-
Uns) will pUy an exhibition
game at Fort Amador tomorrow
at 4 p.m. In appreciation for the
help being given by the per
senael at Amador.
Two tosan will be picked
Iron the 14 layer, and eight
altrnale! selected to make the
trip to the United SUtes tote
this month to compete In the
Gallant old Pinard. one of the
most consistent and stout-heart-
ed horses ever to perform at the
local oval, yesterday afternoon
raced to a brilliant one-length
victory over Welsh Loch In the
82,000 added one mile Fourth of
July Classic In muddy going at
the Juan Franco Traok.
The former track champ was a
betting ouUlder with the Angul-
ada enry of Main Road and
Gorsewood the betting favorites.
Welsh Loch was a heavily bet
second choice. Dictador and
Rathlin Light were next In the
mutuels.
At the break It was Phoebus
Apollo, Welsh Loch and Oorse-
wood. These horses continued, or-
der unchanged, to the back-
stretch where Welsh Loch took
command and Phoebus Apollo
and Gorsewood remaining In
close pursuit.
At the mile pole Phoebus Apol-
lo and Gorsewood started to fade
as Rathlin Light, Main Road and
Pinard hit their best stride and
moved Into contention.
Entering the homestretch,
Main Road stumbled and lost hU
footing Just when it appeared
that ne would overtake the lead-
ers. He toppled on top of hU rid-
er, Vicente Ortega, and the two
remained motionless even after
the others crossed the finish line.
However, neither hone nor
rider was seriously injured. Or-
tega was being kept in the hos-
pital under observation. 'Main
Road's trainer disclosed that
the horse will be aa good aa
ew after a few months rest.
On the turn for home half the
field swung wide and Jockey Os-
valdo Chanls took fullest advan-
tage of thU break. He skimmed
the Inner rail and was up with
the leaders when they straight-
ened out for the drive home.
Pinard gained with every stride
in the run to the wire and drew
away from the faltering Welsh
Loch, who bung on gamely after
his great pacesetting effort, to
score going away by a full length.
Rathlin Light was third three
lengths behind Welsh Loch and
Dictador got up to take fourth
place and the short end of the
purse.
The winning horse, his jockey
and owner Oscar Ghitla were
roundly applauded and congrat-
ulated when Pinard was taken
into the winner's enclosure where
memberg of the American Society
witnessed the race as special
guests of the track management.
Pepsi Cola returned from a long
layoff in wlnnlnc form and scor-
ed to the tune of 329 per ducat
the day's biggest sralght payoff.
The dividends:
FIBST BACB
1-Bln Fin SS.SO. If.30. SMO.
2Mo Mar $8.60, 88.20. ,
3Tap Girl $3.20.
SECOND RACE
lPajarito $10.20, $4.40.
2Cacique 14.
Pint Doubles: (Sin Flu-Patarl-
to) $45.94.
THIRD RACE
1Bien Hecho $4.30, $4.60, $8-
2Flamenco $9, $3.40.
3Gold Cylle $320.
One-Two: (Bien Hecho-Flam-
enco) $49.99.
FOURTH BACE
1Domino $760, $4.20. $3.40.
2Juan Hulncho $7.60, $5.30.
3Annie N. $5.20.
Quiniela: (Domino-Juan Huln-
cho) $23.49.
FIFTH RACE
1Paragon $15. $4.60, $3.20.
2Moequeton $3, $2.60.
3Galante II $3.
SIXTH RACE
1Pepsi Cola $29. $7.40, $3.80.
2Uncle James $3.80. $2.80.
3Alabarda 16.40.
SEVENTH RACE
1The Dauber (e> $4.80. $2.60.
2Troplcana $3.80.
Second Doubles: (Pepsi Cola-
The Dauber) $90.30.
EIGHTH RACE
1Fright SS. $4.20, $2.30.
2Beduino $5.40, $220.
3In Time $2.20.
Quiniela: (F r i g h (Beduino)
$31.69.
NINTH RACE
1Pinard' $13.90, $5.20, $4.
2Welsh Loch $4.40, $3.60.
3Rathlin Light $3.90.
One-Two: (Anard-WeUhLsch)
S4S.89.
TENTH RACK
1-TamesU ll 14.20. $2 90, $2.40.
2Cobrador-$4 90, $3.
3-Silver Fbx $4.80.
tra.iT. iLJiu ,,K tfj^^J'WBa out ef Saw DUgo. whs
i*k.f Kitac?*n,W M. "Sf ""swy. 'g attraction as/ re-
t-V^i* ,,r,,n" * Ms fenatlcUm ferflgstlng. I dew't Enow
lit. Xll TE V*0 W? V* ""v '*' '* ' throwing;
lU than the 39-ysar-eM Navv fugitive who was christened
Edw n Lee O'Cwsrsy. Old C*ak Wljgin. would J tte hurtsech
u,..Ju ?' *UD')0,e It exactly normal to like to hit and be hit.
Pure boxing is something else. A clever boxer doesn't get hit often,
f.nSfcif ? P"n shed- The mny art of self-defen.ee. Murphy1
is about as scientific as a water buifalo. From the purist point of
l .H.awW, *nT how Ht'tM. He would confuse a feint with
.T?U- H* d?S?n t inn. havt un Jal>- Combinations? ThaSj
would be something Frank Costello Is tied up with
en ulh/flv.1?? !e"^",e*turwl ?-?# *n-eyed and kewn-mlnd.
ri:..;.. J'B. ,n Mt i",n arurd. His way Is the direct approach.
Cut out the fooling, dispense with the trimmings, get down ts lh
ft^'wi/t"- T htm flst Ehtins; ig a primitive, elementa"
nit n.^*i wther.yw put-punch your man or he out-punobes yoiui
boy whit^un ,W*y' th*r tuy'' ln out ^
Against a bloated, over-the-htll, surfeited Jake LaMotta thin
approach, as was gorily demonstrated, can't mUs. But, paradeall!
f.'.inrrt?^^'!,10 "!,h,Ung, ^n 3u,t fating. Perhaps science,
is a word too loosely used in ring language but a fellow who hasn't!
mastered the basic moves and Is unknowing in their Ucticsl pur.'
poses must operate against a harsh handicap, it takes more than'
^arrW..bod m"""* .he,rt *nd " *"usla*m %r bSttle wi
reach chai^.onship levels.
* "
THEY ARE DELICATESSEN MEN.
j4f ro.*t.Ur ,f truth' Murphy glaringly illustrates the dete-
rioration of the ring aa a demanding challenge and points up
the primary reason was never taught or has never learned the A!
fS1l,b0,inB,A, "suit,he can fight with effect only one wayi
and that* In close. He can't knock your hat off with a straight!
punch. Against a LaMotta thU deficiency will go unnotlcedH
" nu h "& y?r.rX Macaws It will be exploited Tas it was last!
March) with painful and embarrassing consequence*.
...* J,on, * m?nv, .nn* youn* proapecU come up these days sol
uuerly ignorant of fundamentals t is shocking. That's because w
nave so few capable managersmanagers who know what it's all
about and aren't dollar-hungry. You can name on the fingers of
yiiur right hand the manager* who know flghU and fighters. Mora
of them are no more than parasites, drew salesmen, delicate*":*)
men Broadway characters who somehow latched onto a fights-.
An outstanding exception Is Jack Hurley who will always ai
known as the man who brought out and developed Billy Petrolle.l
tne ramed Fargo Express, a boy of limited natural equipment who!
at his peak was nevertheless as good as any, all thanks to Hurley
patience, knowledge and indiference to the quick selfish buck.
Hurley is thw best manager-teacher in the game and It's au
r?;sure . with Matthewsthe same Matthews who beat Murphy so de-i
cisivaly and as a reward was ostracized by the boxing trust Be-
cause Hurley, ridiculously old-fashioned, believes a
should have some say as to opponenU and contract*.
MATTHEWS NBHT HEAVY CHAMP?
Matthews had been fighting for 10 years before Hurley took!
him over. It I* revealing that the fighter came to Hurley, Hurleyl
tilo not go to the fighter. Hurley Is thu type: If he doesn't thin*
he can he p a fighter he wanto no part of him. Certain business1
consideration, of courew, enter into this. Hurley wants no fighters!
who oan't help him. !
, to several respects Matthews was another Murphy. He like*
i fif?t..and wa ambitious-but he couldn't fight. Unlike Murphy]
he dldn t even have a specialty; he couldn't tear your insidws out'
not even-if he were facing a faded LaMotta. Hurley changed hlrri)
over completely, started him from the bottom, taught him the!
first two basic things a fighter must know and master, balnco
and leverage.
Once Matthews got theseand realised their meaning and!
""Pp/tanceHurley schooled him ln punching and tactics.
Sigh.U,n "jonths later Hurley had him in the Garden beating
the likes of Murphy. A perfectionist, Hurley says the 28-year-old
father of two 'still has a lot to learn, but he's the learning
fcing and one day I think he will be champion"
So do I. It was a contrived miscarriage of justice that La-
Motta was matched with Murphy instead of Matthews. Matthews
vould have knocked LaMotta out In quiek and stylist order, and
such Is the emotionalism of thw Big Town today he would be ths
.ion of Broadway. All Matthews needs to be the -.text lighi-
heavywelght champion 1* to be matched with Joey Maxim. And
LnAin ?lZ i ,top 0n 'L* way ^ tn# heavyweight cham-
pionship. I think hw can make that, too.
manager;
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Local Rate Teen-Age
July 4th Track Meet
o -
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Today the program features
semi-finals lnthe women* sin-
gles. That also Is an ail-Ameri-
can affair. Miss Baker will go
against Miss Hart, and Defend-
ing Champ Louise Brough takes
on Miss Fry. Its the fourth
straight year the semi-final
round has been dominated by
America women.
( MORE BREEZE AND
( LESS MUZZ WITH
La Boca was Kiddie Town yes-
terday for hundreds of Pacific
side local rate youngsters who
engaged In an extremely funful
but orderly celebration of Fourth
of July.
Physical Director Aston Parch-
ment received Invaluable assist-
ance from the thirty-five mem-
bers of the La Boca Fourth of July
Committee which was headed by
Herman Bayne. The following
chairmen and their sub-commit-
tee functioned smoothly: Irvin
Moore, Tank Inspection; Chesley
Jones, DUtribution of Noise-
makers: Karl Harris, Free Mo-
vies; and Christopher Greaves,
Kiddie Train and Jeep Rides.
Miss Juana Montoute served as
secretary of the general commit-
tee.
The XX. 8. rate Pacific Side
Fourth of July Committee made
arrangements for the kiddle
trains, Jeep rides, and tank in-
spection, and supplied noise-
makers, hats, and track meet
prises. Local $00, O.CE.O.C.-CIO
made available a mobile public
address system in charge of Er-
nest Hay and Frank Thompson,
announcers.
The midget athletes ploughed
through a sloppy track In the
Teen-age Track Meet, the re-
sults of which follow:
800 Meters, Boys 1. B. Salas
(LBi; 2R. Robinson (LB) 3
H. Joseph (LBi.2:46. sees.
100 Motors, Boys "A". 1W.
Jordan iLS> 2P. Myrle (Oam)
3Jaime Balas . 12 sees.
190 Meters, Boys "B 1K. Jo-
seph TLB) s-C.BdghlH (LB> 3
Fred Bostlck . 123 sees.
75 Meters, Boys "C." 1C. Lind-
say iHTi 3R. Xldd (LB) 3-D.
Atherley (LB'. 9.1 sees.
78 Meters, Boys "D." 1W. Bt.
Louis iLBi S-. Vassall . Proverbs (LB>. 10.3 sees.
80 Meters, Oirls "A." 1Enid
Pollard 'LB' 3Dolores Robert*
(LB i. 9.0 sees.
50 Meters, Oirls "B."-lGloria
Tait i LB 2Olgn Joseph (Oam.)
3V.Reld (Oam.'. 9.sees.
60 Meters. OirU C." 1Teresa
Malcolm 'Oam.i >D. Peterkln
(Oam.' 3C. Joseph iQtmi, 7.4
(LBV
blnson (LB) 2A. Clarke
3R. innlss (LBi. 576 sec.
200 Meters. Boys "B." 1C.
Edghiii .LB 2_K. Joseph 5J- Everiley iRTi. 29.4 sees.
200 Meters. Boys "A." 1W
Jordan (LB) 3F. Myrle (Oam.)
3C. Betty (LB). 36.0 sees.
100 Meters, Boys "C." 1CU
Lindsay (RTi 3R. Xldd (LBM
3-D. Atherley (LBl 13.8 *ecs. '
100 Meter*, Boys "D." lW. 8tV
Louis (LB) 2S.Vaaaall (LB) $-.
H. Warren (Oam.>.' 13.7 sec*.
100 Meters, Girls "A 1BnJ4|
Pollard 14.0 sec*. ^^
7$ Meters. Oirls "B." 1Olori
Tait (LBi 3Olga Joseph (Oam.)
3A. Blake i Oam. i. 102 gees
Relay, 4x100, Boy "A." 1Ls
Boca; 2 Gamboa.
Relay. 4x100, Oirls "A" U "B.-
lLa Boca; 3Gamboa.
Pancho Sesura
Retains Pro
Ttnnis Title
FORBST HILL*, N. Y.. July S
(UP) Little Pancho Segura Of
Ecuador held hU pro tennis
championship yesterday with a
straight set win over big Pancho
Oonsales, 6-3, 6-4. 6-2. ThU was
the final singles match of a long
drawn out round-robin tourney
promoted at Forest H1U*. New
York to Bobby Biggs.
Victory in the singles was worth
$2.900 to Begura while the run-
ner-up spot meant $1.800 for
Oonsales. However, the picture
was pretty dismal for Promoter
Rlggs Despite 4.000 fans who
braved intermittent showers.
Kiggs and hU fellow Investors
stand to lose some $7.000.
Begurarated one of the most
improved netmen since turning-
pro in 1947was in command all
ths way over hU towering fos >-
from Los Angeles. All told. Beg' 4
ur- T
ura picked up $3.900 in the tour-
ney, also splitting top money
with Oonasle* in the sowWas
400 Meters. Boys "A." 1R. Ro-event


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iliini'
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pacific ^ocUtif
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KICCPTION TONIGHT AT VsTlfBKJBLAN MBAIIY
TO CILEMATE INDEPENDENCE DY
On the eeeaalon of the lMth MlMW"7 ef the Inde-
* of VwMHtl, thi Amtawdtr t. Pmmi d Mr..
tan Cwtit qbm ^>MifiAmlificta>b ih
a* Canal o. wetrters el the DlpUwnatlc Oorfs aa
MiMMl friens, at th Esabaasy on La Crest tMlffkt
Entertained at
ram Heights
Mr*, Francis X. Newcomer,
MM. William H H. Morrt, Jr..
Mrs. Murray M. Wist. Mn. Al-
bert M. Bledsoe, Mr. H. D. Vo-
1*1. Mm. Harry D. Bchelbla. Mr.
Robert M. Poacher. Mr. Edward
N. toko, Mr. Low! B. Moore.
Mr. Eugene c. Lombard, and
Mm. Marvin J. Wet went to
Enm Height Tuedav evening
lor a dinner given by Mn. Will-
iam E. Adam at her rtaldence
than.
Adaairal and Mr. Lackwood
la London
mend of Vloe Admiral Chas.
A. Lockwood. Jr. TJ.E.N. ret. and
Mrs. Lockwood of Los Gato*. Ca-
lifornia, will bo Interested to
know that they are spending this
wttk In London, where they are
the guests of the British Govern-
ment on the occasion of the de-
dication of the new American
Chapel in 8t. Paul's Cathedral.
Mm. Lockwood. the former Phyl-
lis Irwln. resided hero for sev-
eral year when her father, the
late Raar Admiral Noble E. Ir-
wln, commanded the Special
Service Squadron and later was
commandant of the 15th Naval
District.
Mr. Raadalet-Planas -
Entertain at Tea
Entertaining at the Honduran
Legation In Panama Monday af-
ternon, Mrs. Marco A. Raudales-
Planas, wife of the Minister, gave
a card party and tea for a group
of her friends.
Dinner Party at
Union Club
Mr. and Mn. Juan de la Guar-
dia gave a mail dinner at the
Union Club Tuesday evening be-
fore the Gala Ball which celebra-
ted United States Independence
Day. The dinner honored Mrs.
Albert B. Goodonow, a former re-
sident of An con. who la leaving
tomorrow for her home In Miami,
Florida, after a visit with friends
in the Canal Zone.
Visitors Leave
?or Colon >
After a stav of several days at
XI Panama Hotel, the British
Consul at Call. Colombia and Mrs.
Arthur A. E. Laurence and their
sons. Michael and Peter, are go-
ing to the Hotel Washington in
Colon, where thev plan to spend a
week. Thoy will sail next week
m a vacation trip to England.
inner Party Honor*
Miss Groy
Mr. and Mrs. E. Harrington
Gardner gave a farewell dinner
Kgrty Tuesday evening at their
ome in Ancon for Miss Minnie
Grey of Gamboa, who Is sailing
Fridiy on the SS Ancon to make
her bom* with her brother In
Ohio. Other guests at the din-
ner were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J.
Sullivan. Danny Sullivan, and
Mrs. Marie Mulvehlll.
MUM Obarrto Returning
t* PsaHABls T Misa Marttsa de Ob a r rilo.
daughter of Mm. Carman Lucia
vda. do Obarrlo of Baila Vista, is
returning to Panama today by
airplane from th* United States.
Miss Obarrlo was graduated last
month from Queens College at
Charlotte. North Carolina and
sine* her graduation has b*en
visiting classmates, Miss Betty
Ntal of Richmond, Virginia, Miss
Mary Hlrste of Buchanan. Virgi-
nia, and Mi&s Nancy Irwin of Eu-
reka. North Carolina.
Leaving en
Vacation Trip
Mr. and mrs. William B. Mal-
lory and their children of Bal-
boa are sailing Friday to spend
two months vacation In the Uni-
ted States. They plan to motor
through the East and to Minne-
sota and North Dakota, where
they will visit Mrs. Mallory's
aunt, Mrs. D. G. Sampson, a for-
mer resident of Pedro Miguel.
Former Canal Employe* ferae.
Northwest'Arkansas Club
A group of former Panama Ca-
nal employes now residing in
Northwest Arkansas met recently
at the home of Captain and Mrs.
Jack Phillips. 321 East Lafayette
Street in Fayetteville, Arkansas,
and at that time formed a Pana-
ma Canal Society of Northwest
Arkansas.
Captain Phillips, for many
years with th* Canal Zone Police
Division, was elected president of
the newly organized club. Mrs.
Newell N. Shaw, until recently a
resident of Pedro Miguel and now
in Fayetteville, was elected sec-
retary-treasurer. The group plans
to meet twice a year, once during
the spring and again in the fall.
Movies of the Panama Canal were
shown at the organisation meet-
tag.
Those present were Capt. and
Mrs. Jack Phillips. Fayetteville,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Booth,
Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. James
B. Coman, Bentonvllle; Mr. and
Mrs. Lynn R. Cooke. Rogers.
Lynn R. Cook Jr., Rogers and
Venezuela; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
L. Fessjer. Oklahoma. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry E. Hallin. Fayette-
ville. Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Mat hues, Sprlngdale. Norman A.
Reppe. Sprlngdale, Mr. and Mrs.
Newell N. Shaw, Fayetteville, Mr.
and Mrs. Earnest Williams, Ben-
tonvllle. Mrs. W. W. Bearden,
California and Mrs. George Par-
sons, Fayetteville.
BOYS AGE 4 TO 14
REGISTER NOW YOUR LAST CHANCE
SPECIAL SUMMER COURSE IN TAP TUMBLING
JUST FOR BOYS
, Classes Start Friday, July , :St p.m.
Call DOROTHY CHASE
, For All Information Interviews 1-1751.
CLEARANCE SALE!
Beautiful Floor and Table Lamps
Selling at COST PRICES!
TURN
NTRAL AVE.at 21 ,TE.ST.
PHONES = 2-133C
V 2-1833
Mrs. Sapp and Mr. Ingel
Honored at Dinner
Mr. and Mm. Martin Berger
entertained at a cocktail dinner
in their home last night in honor
of Mm. Natalie Zapp and Mr.
Manfred Engel who will be mar-
ried July 15. Besides the guests
of honor, those present wom Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Siegel. Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Pontis and Mr. and
MM. Walter Diamond.
Bastille Day Ball
July 13
In celebration of the Inde-
Bendence Day of France, the
nlon Club will hold Its tradi-
tional Bastille Day Ball on the
night of July 13. '
Teen-Age Swimming Party
at El Panama Tomorrow
Hotel SI Panama has announc-
ed a Teen-age Swimming Party
Friday evening from 7 to 10:30
for students who returned re-
cently from the United States and
for other young people. There
will be ping-pong game, and
light refreshments will be served.
Miss Shirley Smith is the teen-
age consultant at the hotel.
Op*n Houae Saturday
at Balboa Elks Club
There will be an open house
starting at 8 p.m. Saturday at the
Balboa Elks club, for Elks and
their guests. Th* evening's enter-
tainment will Include music,
dancing and games.
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge tournament play-
ed Monday night at Diablo Club-
house were: Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Robinson, 1st; a tie for 2nd and
3rd between Mr, and Mrs. Fred
Brady and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Getman; Mrs. L. D. Boney and
Mrs. John E. Davis. 4th; and Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Norria, 6th.
fffr. Vlewland
mLlA Worlt
After a month's vacation, Mn.
Kenneth Newland resumes her
work today as Pacific Side socie-
ty editor for The Panama Amer-
ican. Mrs. Newland's telephone
number is Balboa 133. her mail-
ing addreas. Box 36, Balboa
Heights. Both appear daily at the
head of her column.
Contributors are reminded that
all society items and photographs
for Mrs. Newland's column should
go to her for Handling. Items
which come direct to the news-
paper office are apt to be delay-
ed by tbe time required to re-
route them to the.Society Editor.
El Panam
TEEN-TIME
, Swimming Party
FRIDAY, JULY 6thi
$1.00 per person
REFRESHMENTS
WATER SPORTS
PING-PONG
FUN!
7-10:30 p.m.
For information
Phone Shirlita Smith
Panam 3-1660
Extension 218.
NEWZCAXANOFROPUCT
INTERESTED LISTENERS while US Charge d'Affalres ad Interim Murray M. Wise spoke yes-
terday afternoon at the American Society's 4th of July annual roundup atop Hotel El Pana-
ma were, left to right: Cesar Guillen, president of the Panama National Assembly, Presi-
dent of Panama Alolbiades Arosemena, and George L. Capwell.
>>>>**>>>>>>>
Carpet Scoop at Casa FastlicL.Now!
You won't believe your eyes
Yet you will "believe your
eyes" when you see the
SDrgeous IMPERIAL DRAGON
UGS priced at $048.00 down
at CASA FASTLICH. the
Duty-Free Store... 8ure. wool
has gone up... but carpets
worth 31,300.00 in California
can now be bought at CASA
FASTLICH for half that
much...
This is Just the chance
practical housewives have
been patiently waiting for...
and here it Is at last...
You see... CASA FASTLICH
ordered a complete line of
IMPERIAL DRAGON RUGS
before the outbreak of the
war In Korea... thus making
It possible for the Duty-Free
Store to offer real values at
real down to earth prices...
About ten years ago. the
same situation developed and
CASA FASTLICH was then
able to sell S x 12 carpets at
half the market price. Today
Canal Zone residents that
made that opportunity good
.. .are highhattlng those that
did not... 8o here's your op-
portunity to be the happy
owner of one of these beauti-
ful carpets... Make it a point
to get yours now. Budget
terms gladly extended, if you j
so desire.
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AMONG THE THOUSANDS OF WELL-WISHERS who called at the US Embassy yesterday
morning were Panamanian Foreign Minister and Mrs. Ignacio F. Molino. As the Molinos ar-
rived. Charge d Affaires ad interim Murray M. Wise called a brief pause in the hour-long re-
ceiving line. Left to right are Economic Attache Louis C. Nolan, Mrs. Molino, Mr. Wise, Mrs.
Wise and Mr. Molino.
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Rapist's Victim
Will Sue Commies
For $1,000,000
JACKSON. Miss., July S (UP)
The white victim of Negro
rapist Willie McOee has said
here that she will file a $1,000.-
000 defamation of character suit
against the Communist Party
which had allegedly financed
McOee's defense.
McOee, 38-year-old Laurel,
Miss., Negro, was electrocuted
last May 8 for raping a white
Laurel housewife in 1945. His
case attracted world-wide atten-
tion during the six years of
litigation and drew letters and
telegrams of protest from all
over the world, Including sev-
eral from Russia.
In announcing the suit the
victim of the Negro rapist said:
"Ever since the demonstration
by Communists in Jackson,
along with their charges against
me in a hearing before Oov.
Fielding Wright, and their
ceaseless persecution of me in
the Communist Dally Worker, I
nave woundered how I could in
some legal manner strike a blow
at this vicious force.
"I believe I have found a way.
1 am going to enter a defama-
tion of character suit for $1 -
000.000 against the Communist
Party and Mrs. Bella Abzug
New York attorney who repre-
sented the Civil Rights Congress
here la-t July.
"I have endured endless
mental torture from these per-
sons. They have defamed by
character and honors. I feel
that they should be called on
the carpet of Justice for their
lies and Insults against me and
all southern women.
"They began the fight. I am
going to finish it."
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NOTICE
To ovoid en-barrossment, please be advised that
only members of the Cabana Club and guests of
El Panami may use the swimming pool. Member-
ship list for the Cabana Club will be closed August
1st.
for further informotion about membersh.p. kindly
telephone Manoger's office. El Ponami 3-1660.


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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1942 Oiarralat 1-2
tan, pick up. Sicellcnt canJirion.
Nwil 0954, Amcitr Road.
fin.
SALE Packard Six Club Sedon,
excellent condition, 1946 model.
New seot covers, good tires, recent-
ly'overhauled. Price $7Q0 Call
Panama 3-0391 between 7:30 a.
m. and 4:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:1949 Mercury Coupe.
good Condition, for information call
" 304-J. Color^________
fOR SALE:1946 Lincoln, excellent
condition, new tires, $700.00. Phone
4-743 (Coco Solo ).
FOR SAE:Ford 1951 convertible.
2-239?. Ask for Frank. Leaving
for States.
FOR SALE:'48 Ford V-8, Super
De Luxe Club Coupe; blue. Ex-
cellent condition. Radio. Call Dr.
Fien, 4-378 to 4:30 p. m. 2-3437
evenings.
FOR SALE:Pontioc 49, radio. Phone
3-2507 Margarita 8187-B.
WILL TRADE $1,327.00 equity in
.."51" Mercury Sport Sedan, far
earlier model car of like value.
All accesiones, 8,000 miles. Call
Ft. Kobbe 4211. after. 5 p. m
FOR SALE: Chevrolet convertible
950. Excellent condition may be
seen 597-A. Bohio Place, Ancon
OV call 2-3269, $1,850.00.
WANTED
Automobile*
WANTED TO BUY: 1948 Chev-
rolet Convertible, or 4-door, or
coupe. Top price. House 620-B.
Cocoli. 5 to 8 p. m.
Position Offered
WANTED:Chauffeur, bus-drivers.
Apply to Gill Bus Co. with last
clearance. At our office Tivoli
U.S.O.
WANTED:Retired couple to serve
as caretakers and salesmen at Co-
ronado Boch. Chance to own
home. Commission and small ia-
lory. For-information Kline Bol-
.boo 2819 evenings or apply of
Coronodo Beach only 49 miles
owoy, weekends.
FOR SALE
Boat* & Motors
FOR 'SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36
x II. Socrifice a $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
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RESORTS
Willioms Sonta Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frloldoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beoch cottoges. Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Pbone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673,.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Three pieces bamboo.
$60.00. 662-B, Curundu Hgts.
Tel. 83-2217.
FOR SALE:Easy washing machine,
Spirf Dry, Westinghousa electric
oven. Coll Tel. 4214, Curundu.
After 5:30 p. m.
FO RSALE:\eoving Isthmus. Sim-
mons metal set, twin beds, maho-
gany bedroom set, mahogany din-
ingroom set, wicker set, 3-pc. up-
holstered set, Philco & RCA ra-
dios miscelloneous. Single chairs,
kitchen utensils, plants, G." E.
washing mochine, 25 cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, 7 ft. House
No. I, next to St. Mary's Acade-
my.
FOR SALE:Small kerosene 'Refri-
gerator, Electrolux, 2 cu. ft. Used
less than one year $125.00. At
home 811-A, Empire street, Bal-
boa.
MISCELLANEOUS
Oo you heve a drinkina problem?
Writ* Alcoholici Anonym out
ax 2031 Ancon. C Z.
I drill water wells. Call 3-0931.
Charles J. Hubert.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:4 used tires and one
tube 7.60 x 15 (9 x 12) rug.
Bed spreads single. Troin trans-
formers (25 cycle) toys. 4 wheel
bicycle. Plywood 3-8-' thick.
Mr. C. E. Norwig, 610-A, Sago
Ave., Cocoli.
Gramlich't Sonta Cloro beoch-
cottoges. Electric lea boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
SHRAPNEL'S houses ON BEACH
Santa Clara. Reservations unneces-
sary. Inexpensive. See Genevo
Shrapnel there.
FOR RENT
_______Houses
FOR RENTBeoutiful house, divided
in two oportments, completely fur-
nished, attractive place. No. I 14,
11th St., Paitilla. Call Tel. 2-
1456.
BARGAIN for four months Spa-
cious, well situated house In Bello
Visto," three bedrooms, hot woter,
linen, China, etc., fully funished,
good garden. For further informa-
tion call Panomo 2-2766 irt busi-
ness hours.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished port
ment. Contoct office No. 806'. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom
apartment, ground floor. Nicanor
de Obarrio Avenue No. I. San An-
tonio oportments. ask for keys,
new house apartment, upper floor
Rent $103.00. or call Zubieta 3-
1/1 o.
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent locotion.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
Bello Vista. 50 and 70 dollars.
Also 2 bedroorp apartment. Ap-
! Ply No. 3. Jose Duque Avenue. Lo
Cresta, top floor, Tel. 3-1648.
FOR SALE: Ecuadorian strow da-
moc at store Eugenio Chen. 13th
Street East, Ponoma
FOR SALE:Johnson Seahorse mo-
tor 10 H- P. Phone 3-0427.
SOR SALE; A 22 H. P. Johnson
outboard motor, model PO-15, for
$250. Phoni, 3-2506.
EDITOR-FLYER
LEARNS
(Continued from Pace 1))
Jiackine out a light Diane itrio
. .near their town.
They In turn had given him
the best of everything.
When Cattan arrived over-
head Saavedra lined up his Sea-
bees along each edge of the
Tunway. and himself strode
.down the center line to show
Cattan the landing path.
"Cattan out down as though
'the home made field was an ln-
, ternatlorral alroort. checked his
naners with local officials, and
..soon enough the oartv was on
tJu wav back to Paitilla.
v>..
*"8aavedra felt much relieved
about Cattan. When there had
neen no sign of helo for six
"lavs after he had seen his
-friend start back for Paitilla he
" had presumed Cattan too had
-bien forced down.
"'"The Chileans are thinking of
frying down to have another
look at the wrecked Pacer, and
landing to salvage personal be-
Jfjpjrines The plane Itself, well
" Insured, is believed a total loss.
Saavedra and Cattan will
probablv flv home together in
Cattan's plane. Saavedra mav
not itav more than a month or
twa. He wants to get back to
the* United States to buv an-
other lieht Diane.
In this, he will Immediately
set off to flv to Chile.
FOR SALE:Baby Grand Piano, Un-
derwood typewriter, Magic Gas
Stove, four burners. youths bed,
baby stroller, crib. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
FOR SALE- 1 PHilco refrigerator,
25 cycle, 8 cu. ft., with upper
freeze chest. 2 1-2 years more on
guarontee. Excellent condition.
Price $200.00. I Fiber rug. 9 x
12. Excellent condition. $10.00.
1 Floor lamp, $5.00. 2 Bed-lamp
tables, $2.00 each. Tel. Balboa 2-
6380.
FOR SALE:Bargain, liyingroom set,
diningroom set, bedroom set, per-
fect condition. No. 19, 46th St..
aportment 1.
Help Wanted
WANTED:English speaking moid,
who can cook. References required.
Call otter 6 p. m. 1558-C. Cala-
bash St., Gaviln Area, Bolboa.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Responsible American couple desire
modern furnished house or duplex
in residential section on Atlantic
Side. Coco Solo, 344.
2 US Diplomats
pr To Hungarian Reds
BUDAPEST, July S 'UP)
Two United States diplomats
have been declared "persor.a
ion grata" by the Hungarian
Government, and ordered to
have the country within 24
hours.
They are legation secretary
Albert Sherer Jr. and attache
Ruth Tryon. -
This is an echo of the trull
of Archbls'.ion Josef Oroesz. at
which defendants declared ility
had spied for the United SUu Cristobal KofC
Plans Retreat
Next Sunday
Retreat for all the members of
the Knights of Columbus Cris-
tobal Council 1689 will be con-
ducted next Sunday. The retreat
will begin with Corporate Com-
munion at the 7:30 Mass in the
Holy Family Church. Margarita,
followed by breakfast In the So-
cial Hall provided by the women
of the parish.
Benediction of the Most Bless-
ed Sacrament at 1:00 will con-
clude the exercises of the retreat.
Every Knight of the Cristobal
Council Is expected to be present,
according to an announcement.
FOR SALE:B.oby corriage. Thoyer
De Luxe, excellent condition. $15.-
00. Phone Ponoma 3-2242.
Mothen, JUMPING-JACK Children
shoes give young feet the right
start, from cradle to 4 years, sold
exclusively at kUBYLANDIA. No.
40, 44th Street. Bella Vista. Tel.
__3-1259.
FOR SALE:Nash car. $200r_good
condition. low mileage. potted
houseplonfs. Call 2-2793 or house
0422-B. Venado St.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportments
on 4th July Ave. Large living-
room, bedroom, kitchen, bathrooms,
j outside balconies, large wardrobe,
all screened and all tile floors,
S60.00. Hopkins apartmentments.
63. 4th of July Ave. Phone Bal-
boa 2-2966.
FOR RENT:In privte home, excel-
lent location, one large ond one
smoll new furnished or unfurnish-
ed oportments. 89 Peru Ave.
j FOR RENT:For $85.00. opartment
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, to small respectoble
family. Apply Apt. 5, Via Espaa
106 across police booth.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: For lote
model motorcycle, o speedboat
with yeor old, 22 H. P. Johnson
outboard. Phone 3-2506.
FOR SALE
Mntorovrle
FOR SALE:1949 Cushman motor-
scooter, model 62, excellent con-
dition. Must sacrifice, $150.00.
Phone 3-2643.
FOR RENT
Room*
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished cool
room, meals available. Bella Vista.
46th Street 18-A. upstairs. Call
office hours 2-1693 or 3-1789.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modem, clean, self-
service grocery store. 5 rm. living
quarters. On main thoroughfare
in Bitteroot Valley. Hot-Springs,
fishing, hunting, mild climote.
Write A J. Ingersoll, Homil-
ton, Montana.
FOR SALE: 44 ocres of land ot
Cerro Punta. Chiriqui, bound with
Rio Chiriqui on the north. For In-
formation write Mrs M. H. Smith.'
Box 1806, Bolboa or telephone
Balboa 2-3055.
Group Meetings
Justice Lodge No. 832, IBPOE
of W, La Boca, C.Z. will hold 1U
first bimonthly meeting tomor-
row, July 6, at the usual meet-
ing place. ,
Installation of Officers for
the July-December term will be
the main feature of the evening
and all. members are asked to
attend.
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HEADACHES
while they're slight'
THE awSKIN CREAM
ruDuliiCoimtm Can
Skin demands daily correc-
tion at well at care. Amarine.
I new Mcxtana Skin Cream
\ fivet thit important double-
j duty. For daily car-a per.
feet make-up bateprotects
---------- against roughnett. chap.
. trrecfa dry tkin at rich lanolin oil tinlti
n> to tooth*, smooth with natural-tebum
*ke toftenini action, Oently medicated.
Jreatelata, enow-white. For daily corree-
> car*. Mart mint M enana Skin Cr
FOR SALE:Lot in El Coco 1072
Squore Meter. $3.00 per meter.
Phone 3-0427.
Dr. Meridian To
Attend Tuberculosis
Congress in Ecuador
Dr. Amadeo Vicente Mastellarl.
Chief of the Tuberculosis Sec-
tion at Gorgas Hosoital, will re-
Dresert the Health Bureau at
the Ninth Pan American Tu-
berculosis Congress in Guaya-
quil. Ecuador. July 14 to 22.
Three representatives of the
National Tuberculosis Associa-
tion In New York will visit In
the Canal Zone en route to the
conference, and have announced
dans to spend two davs In in-
formal conferences with mem-
bers of the Canal Health Bu-
reau.
The visitors, who will be here
Juy n to 13. will be F. D.
Hopkins, former executive sec-
retary of the national organiza-
tion and' now consultant: Dr.
Floyd M. Feldman. assistant to
the Managing Director; and Dr.
Esmond R. Long, director of me-
dical research.
When headaches start
due to worry, overwork, over in-
dulgencebe smart, take Alka-
Seltxer right away. Sparkling
effervescence makes Alka-Seltier
pleasant-tatting, help* its pain-
killing analgetic go to work
fatt. Keep it handy.
Alka-Seltzer
10 prevent lineo ruming
yellowco keep u white m
snow, you need to use oojy
s little . .
COMMERCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
nave around the house
and In your ear.
We h?T,"J*r*e A*oment
- of Kinds and Sises.
SEO. F. NOVEY. Inc.
879 Central Aye. Tel. 3-140
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
For CUSHIONS. SLIP-COVERS .rut
Si^'KbeTS'V'S, eSfinSU0-
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 2flth 8t.
LCICA CAMERAS
Model IMF Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plaza 6 d? Mayo
Panam. R. P.
ICA
just arrived -
Leica lightmeter
Leica tripod
Hector lenses
Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC
(adjoining International Hotel)
or Camera tor*
(Lobby Hotel "El Ptntm")
LOU'S BEAUTY SHOP
Trained Operators
Reasonable Prices
a Air-Conditioned
EL PANAMA HOTEL
Just Right for
RUM & COKE
DESTILERA
CENTRAL SA
"Vacation Daze"
Is Curundu Council
Show Due July 13
The Curundu Civic Council will
present "Vacation Daze" at the
Curundu Theater July 13. Hugh
Howard, local producer will write,
produce and direct the show.
Taking part will be school chil-
dren, the Hugh Howard Orches-
tra and members of the Beta Sig-
ma Phi Society, who will present
a style show Including bathing
beauties.
A new series from the radio
skit. "The McOarvina of Curun-
du Plaza" has been written and
will star Miss Nanette Lynch,
whose handling of the comedy at
Its first reading won her the
post.
Howard says she Is a natural
and should cause quite an uproar
In the audience.
Another feature will be a short
dramatization of Curundu young-
sters of "The Adventures of Tom
Sawyer."
The 12-plece band will feature
top tunes of the day, including a
new seleotlon' entitled "Dawn "
music by Avellno Mufloz by Hugh
Howard. The orchestra will be
directed by Rudy Gentle.
Music from the heart of Ameri-
ca will be presented by the Cu-
rundu Children's Chorus.
Other outstanding entertain-
ment surprises are planned for
the two-hour musical review.
Tickets will be on sale at the
Curundu Clubhouse and by mem-
bers of the council.
Funds received will be for Cu-
rundu Civic Council welfare acti-
vities.
C\ Fined $90
For Interfering
In R.P. Arrest
Pfc. John D. Padilla yester-
day was fined $90 in the Call-
donia Court for Interfering with
the arrest of a known prosti-
tute in Panama.
Padilla, who Is with the 37th
Combat Engineers at Port Clay-
ton, was arrested by a Panama
National policeman in the Shan-
gri-La Bar. The policeman had
been apprehending a prostitute
who was Intoxicated and disor-
derly when Padilla Interfered
on, her behalf. ,
while in court. Padilla Is
reported to have used abusive,
profane and obscene language
towards the Judge and court
secretary. Both Padilla and the
prostitute were sentenced to pay
a fine of $90 each.
Padilla was released to the
Military Police interpreters with
the understanding that the fine
was to be paid within 24 hours.
Wall Faulkner Wins
Darlington Big Car
250-Mile Classic
darlington; s. c, Juiy s
(UP) Walt Faulkner of Lonf
Beach California, yesterday won
the Darlinrton, South Carolina.
International Big- Car Race after
the lead after laps. Faulkner
hours, 23 minutes, and 14.04 sec-
onds.
Tony Bettenhausen of Tinley
Park, Illinois, was second in the
Darlington races with his Be-
langcr Special which had been
driven by Lee Wallard to win the
Indianapolis Memorial Day Race.
Paulkner's first prise money
will be either five-thousand dol-
lars or 25 per cent of the gate,
whichever is the larger. He also
will get lap money for the 157
times he circled the track at the
head of the pack.
About 20,000 persons saw the
race, although an attendance of
40,000 bad been predicted.
Princess Elizabeth
May Visit Iji U.S.
Later This Year
LONDON. July 5. (UP).
Court sources said here today
that Princess Elizabeth and the
Duke of Edinburgh may very
well go to the United States for
a week at,the end of October
at the wlndup of their Can-
adian tour.
Bucklnghan Palace said, the
decision on the American visit
would have to await an Invita-
tion.
President Truman told his
Washington press conference
that the royal couple would be
welcome If they wish to come
CPL. DONALD S. YOUNG, center fielder on the Fort'Amador
baseball team, also a member of the Army All-Stars, makes
his contribution to help send the Little League team to the
8tates for national competition.' In charge of the eolleetion
at the 516th Car Company on payday Is the Little League's
pitcher and third baseman, Ronnie Mead. Personnel of the
516th and of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, U.S.
Army Caribbean, donated a total of $181 to the community
. project, while the Amador non-commslsioned officers' club Is
making a separate collection which will last until about
July 15. (U.S. Army Photo)
Summer Recreation Program
Starts This Week On C.Z.
The Summer Recreation Pro-
gram will start soon In all com-
munities .
The arts and crafts program at
Cocoli will start Friday.
The Balboa program will open
July 9.
The Ancon and Pedro Miguel
programs will begin July 10.
The Curundu program will
start July 11.
Cristobal and Margarita have
already started their summer re-
creation programs.
The locations at which chil-
dren from each community
should attend the summer pro-
gram follows:
Margarita Summer Recreation
Program will Include children
who attend Margarita School and
those from Fort Sherman and
Fort Davis.
Cristobal children who at-
tend the Cristobal School. Includ-
ing those in Colon who go- to
school in the Canal Zone.
Cocoli children from West
Bank communities.
Pedro Miguel those who at-
tend school at Pedro Miguel and
children from Fort Clayton.
Balboa those who attend
school at Balboa and children
from Corozal. Albrook, Diablo.
15th Naval District. Fort Amador
and Quarry Heights.
Ancon children who attend
school at Ancon and those from
Panama who attend Canal Zone
schools.
Curundu residents of Curun-
du and Curundu Heights.
The summer programs will be
held In the elementary schools In
all communities except Curun-
du, where it will be In the Com-
munity Building.
Transportation will be furnish-
ed by the Army in Army com-
munities, with schol busses mak-
ing stops at regular school stops
while the summer programs are
In progress. Busses will also stop
In Diablo Heights to bring chil-
dren to the arts and crafts classes
at Balboa.
The' following schedule has
been arranged for arts and crafts
classes in each community.
Cocoli 9 to 11:30 o'clock, on
Thursday and Friday mornings,
Ancon 9 to 11:30 o'clock,
Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Pedro Miguel 9 to 11:30 o'-
clock Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday mornings.
Balboa9 to 11:30 o'clock
Monday and Tuesday mornings.
Curundu 1 to 3 o'clock. Wed-
nesday and Thursday afternoons.
Margarita 9 to 11:30 o'clock'
on weekday mo>nings.
Cristobal 9 to 11:30 o'clock;
on weekday mornings.
The Summer Recreation Pro-;
gram will include trips, free mov-.
les and skating, dances and other
entertainment.
Teen-age nights at the Red
Door at the Diablo Clubhouse will
be held on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The arts and crafts programs
will include textile painting, tia
dying, embossed copper and tin
work, puppet making, clay mold-
ing, raffia weaving, sewing and
woodwork.
The following volunteer work-
ers are chairmen of the summer
arts and crafts programs in these
communities: Ancon. Mrs. John
Heme; Balboa, Mrs. W. Pence;
Curundu. Mrs. L. Roache: Coco-
li, Mrs. G. Davis and Pedro Mi-
guel. Mrs. R. Abell.
Newcomer Receives^
Award For Work w
On Cancer Drive
The 1951 Award for Dlstin-l
gulshed Service from the Ame-
rican Cancer Society, Inc., has
been presented to Governor
Newcomer In token of the suc-
cessful campaign conducted this
year by the Canal Zone Cancer
Committee, for which the Gov-
ernor serves as Chairman.
The award commends the)
Governor for continuing assist-
ance and cooperation repre-
senting an outstanding contri-
bution in the fight to conquer
cancer.
An accompanying letter from
Edward J. Bartelt. National
Chairman for Federal Employes,
states:
"Your report showing contri-
butions of $11,132,09 by Feder-
al employes in the Canal Zone
is most gratifying.
"Because of your fine work t
am pleased to present you here-
with the American Cancer So-
ciety's Distinguished Servic
Award. Will you also please ex-
tend to all those who had a
part in making the 1951 Crus-
ade such a success the sincere
thanks of the Society, as well
ss my own personal apprecia-
tion?
"Only with the help of such
public-spirited citizens as your-
self can we hope to conquer
the vicious disease cancer."
f A NAD I.

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Walter Winchell
In New York
MAN PLATING THE- TYPEWRITER
George Jem Nathan, the critic (now on a holiday), returned
to his alll to pen a sugary report on Seventeen," so delighted
was he by its youthful magic and charm. An earful-eyeful-heart-
ful...Martha Raye is on the highways (bound for a Vegas Joy-
Pot) and on the mend after a Bad Scare. An overdose of sleeping
potion...Reports from the De.Mille sets (making "The Greatest
Show on Earth") hare Dorothy Lamour and Betty Button leading
the score of feuds among the cast...Show biz is big bis: Variety
reveals Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" must gross $5 million to
break even..."It Happened One Night" is revived at the Museum
of Art. This gay Guy-Gal film has had many imitators and no
competitors. ..A new ditty-dandy that beguiles this tune-hunter
is "These Things I Offer You"...From the July Silver Screen:
"Ton* Curtis and Janet Leigh are terribly in love, but have no
marriage plans." Theirs was the merger of the month.
McCail's discloses If you're hurt and do not shed tearsyou
Invite ulcers. So see a Bette Davis movie and stay well. nal.. .The
picture "M" la a deft horrlfler that calls for encores In your night-
mares. Don't bring the tots..."Two on the Aisle." which waa
snubbed in New Haven, was embraced In Phllly..."Oklahoma!"
attracted a so-so reaction when it prepped in the suburbs...
Broadway hat only one serious play: "The Rose Tattoo".. .When'
we first spotlighted the many peculiar "charity" hustlers (clog-
ging the Broadway pavements), the complaint were heavy. Dls't
Atvy McDonald finally confirmed It on the front pagesrevealing
less than 30c of your dollar (to these so-and-sos) goes to the
"causes" they represent. And there's no law against them. Then
make one!
Directors, scenarists and others named bv the House Un-
American Activities group are having, their dirtv names deleted
from film adverts. S'boat time... You can see a photo of Durante
when his nose wat bul ton-size in Collier's. At the age of 3...
Martha Steward takes over Vivian Elaine's role in "Guys and
Dolls" while La Blaine recesses to Hollywood to do "Skirts Ahoy"
for MGM...A fresh slice of MovlevUle cutle-ple is named Sallv
Forrest. She co-stars in two pictures due this week.. .The reprise
of Benchley shorts in neighborohod bijous indicates thev haven't
lost their funshlny quality. Most howlsome is the one auaintlv
tagged: "Sex Life of a Polyp".. The movie. "He Ran All the Way."
manages to be exciting despite a plot concerning a killer who
threatens to slay Shelley Winter's mothe rand brother. So she
falls in love with him.
Tmara Bayos is the name of a new caressing canary. She will-
be close to your ears. Reminds you of Lena.. .The dullble-features
unreeled on CB8 (after midnight i are suitable for that hour.
Sleeping pllms.. Rex Harrison's whodunit radio series shows how
a talented performer can be betrayed by a feeble script.. Money -
to-Burn Dept.: Elsa Maxwell announced the party she tossed for
the Dook and Dookess was not elaborate since "It had lust two
orchestras." But you have to work for a living.. .Hollywood Is
Like This: Some stars (who own ranches) have a special tailor
make their overalls. At $200 each. Who are they trying to Impress
the cattle?...Pageant has a piece telling vqu how to remember
names. The author's eludes us.
*** AngeL' the cinema, is one of those frothy bedroomances
mat has Loretta Young affectionately calling Joe Cot ten "Frog"
and he call* her "Jughead," Onowlook!.. .Gossip colyumista have
often been aoelded for publishing chit-chat (like this) about show
t /?w.rfuB^^.H0Pe.('0crI *? mlM '''anee because
it a bellyake) landed on local front pages...If you haven't had
t-* ,/ ., n'S lce-cram tlaverite (cherry-cocoanut). you
navent Mved...Pew ean match Dinah's way with a ballad. But
sne wastes her talented larynx yodeling a hillbilly lilt,...Those
noary Valentino epics on teevy are great giggle-getters. Offer the
neavy breathing type of love-making that wowed grandma..
The Dean Martin-Helen O'Connell platter of "We Never Talk
Much" is fine romansing.. Tony Farrar knows a Southern ham.
Keeps saying Mc-All.
Moas Hart's double-talk: "Although critics are shrewd and
accurate judges of a good play, they know very little about acting
and almost nothing at all about direction." What kind of paddlng-
an-article is that? If a play Is good, then it obvlouslv means the
critics appreciated the direction and playing We assume that
Look knows the word "aquabat" (used in a title of an article i
came From Here. Not Scoldin'. Just Braggln'... Fad at some
parties when the conversation limps: Breaking pretzels into the
shake of any and every letter in the alphabet. Scads of Boredom
.. .Jack Brlggs has a bit role in the new picture. "The Prince Who
Was a Thief." He used to have plush offices the studio that filmed it...Over at Toots' thev were saving an-
other reason Rita's in Nevada Is that she wearied of Aly'j limo-
wristed chums.
The AP and TJP follow-up stories on the Sugar Rav matter In
Berlin contradicted each other on almost every ouote .T^ev sav
VdV TKn"Tn conumf? h height in lipstick ever,> years
...Add Things You Never Knew: Hansom kebs aren't reaiiv
S,h7.r:B*lbr,0!'t,.K Hu,Ym* "e 2-wherieV chariot?" MosVf
.ttMMfc J***5S '_ '? mr._old.:.K now costs
tip 15c. thatse bits...There's a campaign en to plant trees on
J.'fiL!'*!," rs,,b,e V New York' B* clt> Jltects
If o! --' ?.th,,i* Uke one * ,d> *r*ce * an edifice.. Rodger*
* Hammersteln (the gold-dust twins) now gross more than I IN Ml
KLS*J*-W St alone...Watch for I new device to reVolT
tionlze telecasting of hoss-raclng. To be tried out (he means
experimented) late in July at Aqueduct. ""***
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Labor Supply
WiUBeAbleTo
Meet Demand
By PETER SDSON
WASH1NOTON (NA) Re-
ports that the United States
would soon be funning Into a
great labor shortage are rated
as premature and exaggerated
by Washington manpower offi-
cials.
Temporary shortages and spe-
cific area shortages there will
be. Also shortages in specific
trades, like tool makers and
highly skilled mechanics. But
no nation-wide labor scarcity is
anticipated for the immediate
future.
First tight period in em-
ployment is eipecfed during
the peak of the fall harvest
season, late August to mid'
October. But the shortages
are expected to be principal-
ly in the middle west farm
belt, where there it sharp
competition with industry
)or available labor supplies.
Wichita. Kans., for instance,
Is in the very heart of the farm
belt. It Is als oa big aircraft
production center. Reports from
areas like this are what make
it appear that there Is a na-
tional labor shortage. But re-
ports from such areas will not
accurately reflect conditions
over the whole country.
After the fall harvest Is In,
the usual drop in farm employ-
ment is expected. That will make
several million workers avail-
able for other employment, if
they can be located where the
defense jobs are.
Third quarter cutbacks in ci-
vilian goods production, .due to
materials allocation for defense
production, may also cause
some apparent lncreasee In un-
employment In the July-Sep-
tember period.
Dr. Arthur Flemmlng, man-
power adviser to Boss Mobllizer
Charles E. Wilson, is of the
opinion that national employ-
ment total are apt to be mil-
leading in this defense mobili-
zation period. The important
thing is to have accurate figures
for each area, or labor market.
That enables defense production
nnd n'-oenrement officials to
know where to plaoe contracts.
To build up regional man-
power statistics of this kind,
Department of Labor's Bu-
reau of Employment Security
is now changing its system
of job reporting. Instead of
gatherinti data on the 125
largest labor markets. 175
defeje production centers'
are to be covered. Instead Of
reporting on total employ-
ment and unemployment
percentages, statistics will
be built around defense pro-
duction employment a fid
unemployment. Shortages on
particular crafts, need for
labor in-migratlon. adt-
ouac.y of housing and other
factors important for de-
fense production planning
ivlll also be reported.'
Labor market areas will be
divided into four groups. Oroup
1 will be areas of labor shortage.
Group-11 will be areas of balan-
ced labor supnly. Oroup III,
areas of mode/'te labor excess.
Oroup IV. areas of substantial
labor surplus.
Yeah, but Can They Make It Stick?
Bull Fighter
By BOB RUARK
Reports on employment con-
ditions under the new system
NEW YORK. In some years of this busi-
ness I have been asked to right wrongs and
give publicity to tap dancers and exploit croon-
ers and procure mailboxes and help get people
in and out of Jail. But this Is the first time.
I ever found myself with a bullfighter on my
hands.
Especially a bullfighter who was born and
raised in Brooklyn. It seems to me that If you
have to get mixed up with bullfighters, at all,
the least they can do Is come from Spain Or
Mexico. Flat bush forsooth!
My bullfighter Is named Julian Farla. His
papa is Portuguese: his mother Is English. He
spent three and a half years In the Navy. He
is the protege of Senor Franklin, another Brook-
lyn bov who assassinates male cows for a living.
There seems to be some sort of law which de-
mar ds that American matadors be schooled on
Hie banks of the Oowanus.
My bullfighter is a good bullfighter. Except-
u the time he spent in the Navy, he has been
under Franklin's tutelage since 1939. Even In
the company of the late great ones Josellto.
Cagancho. Oaona, Belmonte and Manolete
the Yanqui Franklin was regarded as no bum
with the cape. The fact that Sydney Is still
alive, at 40-some. attests his talent, for there
are very few old, bad bullfighters.
Young Matador Farla started.to practice on
calves, worked up to cows, and recently has
graduated to bulls. In Mexico, he was allowed
by popular acclaim to cut three ears In his
first four fights. In Brooklyn parlance, this is
like a rookie hitting three home runs In his
first four shots, with the bases loaded and the
Dodgers behind, -0.
Our boy Is already being talked about In
Mexico as the successor to the fading Franklin,
but the problem here Is that he has Just fin-
ished his apprenticeship. Rookie matadors work
for their board and clothes, and, like a rookie
Ditcher, they may be long oa skill but they are
always short on dough. Which is where I come
In. Somebody sent him around to see if I want-
ed a piece of a bullfighter.
It is obvious that If our young man wishes to
kill bulls, he must go where there are bulls to
kill. This Is not true of Brooklyn, but does ap-
ply to Spain. Having somewhat less scratch
than an apprentice churchmouse at the mo-
ment. Julian decided with gringo practicality
to go out and float his own bond issue, to pro-
vide passage money.
We were doing pretty well with the guy who
sells me insurance, until he suddenly discover-
ed that bullfighters are such bad risks to reach
maturity that they aren't allowed to buy any
Insurance. Nevertheless, our lad is a good bet
to be chopping ears off vanquished bulls In Ma-
drid before he's much older.
Viva Flatbush. and viva 8enor Farla!
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
HEAVY, HEAVY
BELGRADE There used to be a children's
game akin to twenty questions, in which "it,"
will be collected during' the', th* possessor of the secret, employed the
first week of July. They are ominous formula. "Heavy, heavy, what hangs
now expected to show only j over?" Guessing the Kremlins luture purposes
about a dozen Oroup 1 areas. M a bit like playing this game. But it is at
in contrast to the present 58 A 'least possible to discern the heavy and In-
Slr:
LOTTERY SUGGESTION
I have been buying the Nation-
al Lottery for over five years. In
my opinion, the management Is
making no effort to maintain or
Improve the morale and Interest
of the public. This lottery is sup-
ported by practically every race
and nationality residing on the
Isthmus. Yet. out of every four
drawings, three are made by na-
tive.
I would suggest that In order
to keep the Interest of the buying
populace the method of drawing .
be rotated, between boys and' the basket
girls. Example:
July g: An American Boy1st
Prise.
A Panamanian Girl
2nd Prize. ^
A Colored Boy3rd
Prise.
15: A Panamanian Boy
1st Prise.
A Colored Girl 2nd
( Prize.
An American Olrl3rd
After all, as I said before, peo-
Ele of many races residing here
uy the lottery. This will not only
maintain the interest and morale
of the public but will be more
satisfactory to the buyer and the
Lottery Management.
Another thing that is notice-
able, from the onlooker's side, is
that when the lottery is started
too many persons crowd around
the basket, thereby blocking the
view of, the onlooker. If I am
.n?Hhtwl?neLesh^,Mdh0,!ern0/' vYrf^The'v w^tTratoTuie to-"
fC? *i?l?M' shouJd ckwe to t| labor force to 88.5 million.
Remember? It was only five
areas.
Meeting the demands for de-
fense production manpower will
require some management. Or.
Flemmlnsr still does not feel
that defense agencies have
enough Information on each
area to be able to project accur-
ately what Its manpower re-
Quirements will be. for any given
oerlod. Defense "production still
has not been scheduled carefully
enough to know what any given
area will be producing at any
given time.
TVamfno and up-grading
of emvlopes will have to be
started by manv holders ofi
defense production con-
tracts. Too many cases have
been found in which tool
makers were employed on
jobs that could be done by
machinists, too many ma-
chinists emnloyed on jobs
that could be done by ma-
chine operators.
Over the long haul of the
next two years and beyond, to-
tal U. 8. employment is expect-
ed to Increas steadily. The pre-
sent labnr force numberi 62.8
million. By the fall of 1953 it
li exDected to reach 65 million.
Of these, 8.5 million will be de-
fense Jobs, or about 13 per cent.
The figures do not Include
35 million in the armed ser-
creaslng threat that hangs over Europe as a
whole and this country in particular. .
The rearmament of the Soviet Union's East-
ern European satellites Is what has convinc-
ed the Yugoslav leaders that war within
twelve months Is at best decidedly possible, If
not downright probable or unavoidable.
As stated In a previous report in this
6pace. the chief men here believe that tht
Masters of the Kremlin, Instead of planning
any immediate attack, are now seeking to
open the way for easy conquests by splitting
the Western alliance. This Is of course the ex-
planation of the strange Parisian comedy con-
cerning the proposed Big Four Foreign Minist-
ers meeting. The facts about satellite rear-
mament are enough to show why the Yugos-
lav leaders are also convinced that a period
of the most acute danger will begin before
another twelve months have passed, even If
the Western alliance remains firm and united
In the meanwhile.
In brief, the serious build-up of satellite
strength was signlllcantly started shortly aftei
the American response to the challenge in
Korea. At the same time, the Soviets also
launched their program to put their own
armies in Eastern Germany. Poland and the
Carpatho-Ukralne on a tooting of immediate
offensive readiness. Of these two efforts, the
satellite build-up. at first too inconspicuous
to cause alarm, has now emerged as the more
Important.
What has happened already, is the trans-
formation of ill-armed, Ill-led and lll-tralned
satellite armies, which formerly served essen-
tially as local police, into combat-ready forces.
What Is still going on. is the strengthening of
these satellites armies both bv provision of
great quantities of additional heavy equipment,
and by increasing the number of divisions
available.
This whole vast process, which Is going
forward all over Eastern Europe. Is unlform-
The basket is soun at a need .- L ,, ^,T., ilv directed bv high Russian officers assisted
that at ttaes only", 'Sory 1% .'bc^k c^lleTsixfv mi!^,V RX*M SiS missions. To provide this
balls can be seen spinning. When I ii *,! ^V^lv^^i^,^ i dlr.ec.tion * " .*" >3UrP0-se.,0. the #1
the Governor glv^KrdTr^to ^waS **^*&"\^ch^ SC^^'SSJFW
no was crasy Field Marshal Rokossovsky. lathe other satel-
. i/' wil. M'6 mllon loos ltea, the Soviet commanders are more careful-
Ithln a year and a jy disguised as military attaches.
stop, it is obvious that only the
balls at the top will be drawn.
A Lottery Fan is wUllng to
spend his money, but at the same
time, he deserves a fighting
chance.
Lattery Fan.
half, there is no reason for any-
one being unemployed If he'
willing and able to work. And
a fuU scale shooting war would
nf course- create a tremendous
labor shortage.
But the true function of these "attaches" Is
revealed by their rankCol. Gen. Ousev is in
command In Czechoslovakia. Lt. Gen. Bolko in
Hungary and Lt. Gen. KalRanov In Romania.
And the true purview of their work Is shown
I by the mere size of their staffsIn Chechos-
lovakia alone, Col. Gen. Gusev has over 2,000
Russian officers and neos serving under him.
Bulgaria, relatively the most rully prepared
of all the satellites, is now1 credited with ten
divisions, including at least two armored, and
there is evidence that two more Bulgarian
divisions are being added. Romania is given
rourteen divisions, probably Including three
armored. Hungary and Czechoslovakia, where
the training program Is most retarded, are be-
lieved to have today five and eleven divisions
respectively, but Hungary Is creating five more
divisions, while Czechoslovakia Is preparing at
least two additional. Finally. Poland is credit-
ed with a minimum of sixteen divisions, of
which two are armored already and two more
are being converted.
This gives forty-six existing satellite divis-
ions, including a substantial number of armor-
ed divisions, without counting either the Be-
reltschaften In East Germany or any forces
In Albania. The expansion of satellite armies
already detected will provide a total of fifty-
five divisions bv next spring, and no one will
be surprised if sixty divisions actually appear
in the efild. Of these armies, thirty-six divis-
ions In Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria will
stand upon Yugoslavia's borders. And these
are cautious Western estimates. The Yugoslavs
think their neighbors alone already have more
than 800.000 men under arms.
Intensive training programs, with heavy
emphasis on the replacement of older and less
reliable officers and neos with Russian-school-
ed Communist activists, are being carried on
In all the satellites. Among Yugoslavia's neigh-
bors, air force candidates are also being sent
back to Russia for Jet pilot training and bord-
er fortifications and airfield nets are being
constructed. Other striking signs are the re-
ported program to expel the gigantic total of
250,000 "non military'' citizens from Budapest,
and the building of a great highwav for mili-
tary transport from the forbidden Black sea
ports of Burgas and Varna across Bulgaria to
the Yugoslav border.
All this activity further appears to be keyed
to a time schedule calling for the satellite
armies to be fully organized and trained, with
all their heavy and other equipment and re-
serves in hand and their supporting facilities
completed, by April or Mav of 1952. Earlier
aggression is not excluded, particularly if the
Western powers show signs of disagreement or
are weakened bv a disaster on their flan>.s
such as threatens In Iran. But the worst dang-
er period is expected to begin when and if
the satellite armies achieve full preparedness
next spring. Anyone who rejects the Yugoslav
view that the danger will then be very grave
Indeed, must be very wishful or very foolish
or verv frivolous or combine aU three qualities
((Copyright. 1951. New York Herald
Tribune Inc.)
^nhy WASHINGTON
MERRY- GO- ROUND
ly DRIW PIARSON
Drtw Pcanon soyi: Nsw Ssnator Blair Moody challenges
Senator Capehart on his price vott; Jacob Malik was
not "so sick"; Republicans bolted GOP on tax bill.
WASHINGTON Senators are finding it novel and refresh-
ing io have a .newspaperman as a colleague. However, the new
senator, Blalr Moody of Michigan doesn't always follow the
club rules, and some senators don't like It.
For Instance, it's against the unwritten Senate code for one
serator to expose another in a bald-faced He. Yet that's what
happened when Senator Homer Capehart, Indiana Republican,
tried to vote with the meatpackers In secret, and pretend he was
on the side of the housewives in public.
Under the "club rules," Capehart's colleagues would have
excused this deception as politics and let him get away with it.
However, Michigan's Moody was still too much of a newspaper-
man.
, JYha, h*PPne to kin all price controls. Yet posing as the housewives' friend,
,1 delivered a poUtlcal speech on the Senate floor blaming Pres-
ident Truman for not freezing prices sooner.
"A situation has developed through an almost unpardonable
sun on the part of the Administration, because the Administra-
tion did not frees prices as of September 8 last year." pro-
claimed the Hoosier Senator.
However, Moody had sat In the Banking and Currency Com.
mtttee when Capehart battled secretly against price controh. So
he stood up and challenged:
#-... nould like to ask the Senator from Indiana whether he
feels now that lt Is advisable or feasible to remove all price and
wage controls."
''Ihave never advocated it," blurted Capehart.
Then why did the Senator from Indiana vote to do so in
committee a few days ago?" Moody shot back.
ON THE SPOT .
"That Is not correct," Capehart denied angrily.
'The senator from Illinois, Mr. Dlrksen, made the motion
to strike title IV (price and wage controls) from the bill. The
record shows that four votes were cast In favor of the motion.
The senator from Indiana and three other senators voted in
fn favor of the motion," reported the ex-newsman.
"Let 4s say for the sake of the argument that I did vote as
'he senator says," sputtered Capehart. ;
"Let us say the senator did, period," snapped Moody.
Then, in keeping with his newspaper training to double-
check the facts, the Michigan Senator phoned the committee
clerk, and a minute later reported back to the Senate: "I have
Just consulted the clerk, and he says the vote was 8 to i^SM
I remember very clearly that the Senator from Indiana dl or that motion... the Senator from Indiana help up his hand,
and I think that was an Indication of a rote."
"The Senator from Michigan says that I help up my hand. I
do not know why the Senator brings up that matter on the
floor, and whether lt Is necessary to have persons snooping to
see whether a Senator holds up his hand," fumed Capehart,
I wish to say that I do not like such tactics, and I do not think
the Senator should make such statements. I think lt Is out of
order for him to do so."
"I do not believe lt Is out of order," retorted Moody. "Why
should a Senator's position on a matter of this Importance be
secret?"
DIPLOMATIC PIPELINE
Behind the Peace Talks Reason Jacob Malik was so "sick"
alter his truce proposal that he could not see U.N. diplomats
was because he hadn't received Instructions from Moscow on
what to do next. Moscow had okayed his peace feeler but hadn't
told him what the next move should be. So Malik was "very sick.*
(He would have beeh sicker lt he'd made the wrong move)...
Keason for President Truman's coolness toward the Malik pro-
rial was a secret report he'd received that Communist China
training 1,000,000 for a new Korean drive. The report told
of conferences between Mao Tse-tung and the RusUns at Muk-
den at which Mao argued that his troops were too lightly equlp-
fied, demanded heavy equipment, more planes and better train-
ing. As a result lt was agreed to send 2.000 Russian planes to
China... The leak to Malik of the U.N. truce talks has now
been traced to the Egyptian foreign office In Cairo. This as how
Malik was able to scoop the U.S.A. and the U.N. with his truce
proposal. US. diplomats had been talking with U.N. diplomats
for ten days about a truce plea to be made June 25, and word
of the talks leaked to the Russians through Cairo.
MARSHALL'S NEW PUP
Norwegian school children who want to thank the United
States for Marshall plan aid, have been saving up their pennies
to buy a gift for the author of the Marshall Plan. After some
debate, they finally decided to send blm a Norwegian elkhound
pup.
At first they weren't quite sure whether the Secretary of Defense
wanted a dog, but after the Norwegian embassy conferred with
him and after he conferred with Mrs. Marshall, the answer
came back In the affirmative.
So now 19-year-old Arnt Natland of Bergen will arrive in
Washington July 10 to make the presentation. Natland won an
essay contest part of the money-raising plan on the sub-
ject of "Why does Norway participate in economic and military
cooperation?" The grand prize is a trip to Paris, New York
and Washington.
This Norwegian gesture of people-to-people friendship-la
similar to the American Legion's tide of toys which sent several
million toys to the children of Europe this year and last.
Note Secretary Marshall's favorite horse was named "Pie-
pare." He has not yet decided what to name the pup. except
that he isn't going to name lt "McCarthy."
THEY BOLTED THE GOP
Story behind the Republican drive to recommit or pigeon-
hole the tax bill In the house Is that GOP leaders were all set
to proposed a national sales tax If they were successful in.re-
committing the bill. ..
This would mean saddling a large part of the tax burden
on lower-bracket taxpayers for the benefit of those best able.
to pay, including big corporations now bulging with an estimated
$48,000.000,000 of excess profits from defense contracts. -
One reason the Republican strategy failed, and the motion
to recommit the tax bill was defeated by a narrow margin, was
because 15 GOP congressmen refused to go along with their party
leaders. Here are the names of the 15 courageous Republicans
who voted against recommitting the tax bill:
Claude Bakewell of Missouri, John Byrnes of Wisconsin.
Clifford Case of New Jersey, Olenn Davis of Wisconsin, Hal
Holmes of Washington, Clifford Hope of Kansas, Jacob Javhs
of New York, Leroy Johnson of California, Thurston Morton..Pf
Kentucky, Walter Norblad of Oregon. Winston Prouty of Ver-
mont, John Saylor of Pennsylvania, Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania,
Lowell Stockman of Oregon and Thor Tollefson of Washington.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
-ArtlantLc J^ocieti
Voi 195, Cjalun Zliltphont C/alm
THURSDAY, JIT 5, 1951
378
TRADITIONAL DINNER
HERALDS INDEPENDENCE DAY
The traditional beefsteak dinner was fiven at the Stranr-
ers Club on the eve ot July 4th to celebrate the 175th an-
niversary of the Independence of the United States.
Over three hundred members and guests attended the
annual affair. The head table stood before an arrangement
of the 21 flats of the American Republics. Two large floral
flags of the United States and Panama flanked the distin-
guished representatives of these nations.
Seated at the head table were Bailey, Dr. Prank Raymond and
His Excellency, the president of i Oscar Bejarano.
the Republic of Panama. Alclbla- Mr. James J. Plaia had In his
des Arosemena with Mr. Walter
Hunnicutt. the president of the
Club; Murray M. Wise of the
United States Embassy, the Min-
ister of Government and Justice.
' Miguel Ordonez, the Governor
of the Panama Canal. Brigadier-
General Francis G. Newcomer;
the Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Ignacio Molino: Lt. General W.
H. H. Morris. Commanding Gen-
eral USAR Caribbean; the Mlnls-
; ter of Education, Ricardo Bermu-
dez; vice-president of the Su-
' preme Court. Enriflue Abrahams;
Commandant 15tft Naval District.
,Rear Admiral A. M. Bledsoe;
i Commanding Officer Air Force.
I Brigadier-General E. C. Kiel;
Secretary-General of the Presi-
dencia. Jose Maria Vrela; Min-
later of Public Works. Roberto Na-
Ivarro; Pacific Sector Command-
ting Officer. Brigadier General
Francis A. March; Lt. Governor
H. D. Vogel; Attorney General.
.Victor M. de Leon; Minister of
Treasury. Victor Navas; Com-
i mandtag Officer Coco Solo Naval
Station. Captain L. L. Koepke.
Commanding Officer Atlantic
Sector. Colonel James E. Brown,
Jr.; Governor Agustn Cedeo:
Mayor Jose D. Bazan; United
States Consul. Charles H. Whit-
aker; and Colonel James W.
Pumpelly. master of ceremonies.
Sitting at the Director's tables
were: James Roberts'E. S. Mac-
iVlttie. Major Joseph Konatanl-
lus. F. R. Johnson. Dr. Eduardo
Ritter, Lt. Colonel Rudolfo Cas-
trellon, Camilo Salcedo. Major
Pastor Ramos. Dr. Alclblades A-
rosemena. Rodrigo Arosemena,
Jose Ramos. Marcos Gelabrt.
Moiss Mndez Mier, Carlas Har-
ris. Joel Benjamin, Mario Pelras,
Octavio R. Duran; Carlos Blebe-
rach, Eugene Lombard. Colonel
Richardson Selee, Colonel George
Withers. Colonel R. J. McBrlde.
Colonel John Williams. Ernesto
Estlnoz and Marcos Morales.
In another party were three
former presidents of Panama:
Enrique Jimenez. Ricardo Adolfo
de la Guardia and Roberto F.
Chlari, with James W. Salterio,
Camilo de la Guardia. Alexis Vila
Lindo. Enrique Toares, Roberto
Cuevas, Darlo Gonzales, Judge
Orlando Tejeira. Gil Blas Tejeira.
Jacinto Lopez y Leon.
Mr. William E. Adams. Gener-
al Agent of the United Fruit Com-
pany, had a large group of
friends in his party. They inclu-
ded: Captain Robert M. Peach-
er. Captain Marvin J. Webb, Cap-
tain Robert S. Fahle. Captain 8.
L. Brown, Mr. L. B. Moore' Col.
Oliver S. Wood. Eugene Lom-
bard. Colonel Harry Schelbla. An-
thony Raymond. Lt. Col. Thomas
Lamer. E. S. MacSparran. A. E.
Beck. E. N. Stokes. H. S, White.;
J. G. Kemick, S. B. Puller, W. |
B. Middlemas. C. F. Will. D. C.
Sasso, Laurence Breece. H. A.
party Howard Finnegan. W. S.
Sturgill. Roger Rice, Joseph P.
McCarthy. Thomas C. Barnes,
David R. Dieffenbacher. James
Fernandez and Anthony Fernan-
dez.
In the Lions Club group were
Dr. L. C. Reyna. Dr. Ruben Ar-
ela. Robert Von Tress. Raul He-
rrera, Carlos Ricardo and Joel
Benjamin.
Beefsteak Dinner for Ladies
Mrs. William E. Adams was
hostess for a 'beefsteak" dinner
fo ra group of ladies whose hus-
bands were attending the party
at the Strangers Club.
Her guests were: Mrs. Francis
G. Newcomer. Mrs. Murray Wise,
Mrs. William H. H. Morris. Mrs.
A. M. Bledsoe. Mrs. H. D. Vogel,
Mrs. Robert M. Peacher. Mrs.
Eugene Lombard, Mrs. Edward
Stokes, Mrs. James E. Bowen,
Jr., Mrs. Marvin J. West. Mrs.
Robert Fahle, Mrs. Thomas M.
Lamer, Mrs. Charles H. Whlta-
ker. Mrs. L. B. Moore and Mrs.
Harry D. Scheibla.
A circular centerpiece of blue
hydrangeas, white corsage and
red exorla carried out the sym-
bolic colors of "The Glorious 4th,"
for the dinner table.
picked up if any of the following
ladies are contacted: Mrs. Carl
Maedl, Mrs. Lesleigh Davis Mrs.
Philip Havener. Mrs. H. C. An-
derson, Mrs. Luke Palumbo, Mrs.
Anton Holgerson, Mrs. Frieda
Boydstcn and Mrs. Chester Llnd-
gren.
Bon Voyage Dinner
Lt. and Mrs. D. L. Andrus
were the dinner guests of Com-
mander and Mrs. Mason Morris
on the eve of their departure
from the Isthmus.
Lt. and Mrs. Andrus are en
route to Quantlco, Va., for duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Small at Home
Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Small.
Jr., returned early this week from
their wedding trip to Costa Rica.
They are at home at Fort Davis.
Mrs. Small Is the former Miss
Louise Zimmerman of Gatun.
Recent Arrivals
Bill Badders arrived Tuesday
from Miami to spend his vacation
with his parents Mr. and Mrs.
William Badders of Gatun.
Cadet Charles McGinn return-
ed by plane Tuesday for a vaca
tion with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas McGinn of Gatun.
Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell
Residing in Margarita
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Treadwell,
the former Miss Zelma Campbell,
whose wedding took place on
June 11 In Rosevllle. Georgia, re-
turned to the Isthmus recently.
They are now occupying quarters
8034-D Margarita.
Sergeant Treadwell is with the
detective force of the Canal Zone
Police Department, stationed In
Cristobal.
Detective Charged
With Beating
Wife (Not His)
NEW YORK, July 5 (UP).
A handsome six-foot waterfront
detective was charged today
with beating the wife of a gov-
ernment official In the bedroom
of her apartment on New York's
fashionable upper east side.
Mrs. Ellsse Boyd, 41, wife Of
Col. William Boyd, III, was
treated at a hospital for two
dislocated elbows and bruises
on her face and hands while
city detective Robert Hinds, 36,
was booked at a police station.
He denied the charge. High po-
lice officials suspended him and
took away his service revolver.
Hinds had been a guest at
Mrs. Boyd's apartment with an-
other woman at a drinking
party.
The detective said he was
sleeping on a livlngroom couch
when he heard Mrs. Boyd
scream in her bedroom at 8
a.m. the other woman, Mrs.
Elizabeth Coy, was in another
room. Mrs. Boyd's husband was
away fishing.
Hinds and Mrs. Coy had gone
to the apartment with Mrs.
Boyd after eating in a restaur-
ant. Hinds said he fell asleep
on the couch and coul remem-
ber nothing until Mrs. Boyd be-
gan screaming.
IN HOLLYWOOD

HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Hol-
lywood vs television:
A theater In west Los Angeles
has put up this permanent mar-
quee sign:
"Escape From Television."
Don't be surprised If Paul
Douglas plays Mack Sennett and
Jan Sterling dons a black wig as
Mabel Normand In Paramount's
"The Keystone Girl." Douglas
turned down the role last year
when the script came through
the hopper strictly as a Betty
Hutton vehicle. Now there's a
new rewrite.
Ruth Roman on reports that she
and her groom Mortimer Hall are
snapping and tiffing: "We're ve-
ry happy."
Akim Tamiroff, who has been
undergoing treatment at Mennin-
ger clinic for months, is about to
resume his movie career. Pals
say that his new-found talent as
a sculptor even has art critics
gasping.
Pat Neal and Gary Cooper
planning a Lunt-Fontanne ex-
cursion to the Broadway stage?
Well, they showed up with other
stage-struck movie stars at Ar-
thur Kennedy's Theater work-
shop meeting.
The Marie Wilson-Bob Falln
wedding will be sooner than any-
body suspects. They're shopping
for a honeymoon cottage in Hol-
lywood's outpost sector.... Da-
vid Brian, under suspension at
Warners. Is burning at the stu-
dio's decision to bill Steve Coch-
ran over him In billboards for
"The Story of Folsom."
Rebekah Club Meeting
The Cristobal Rebekah Club
will hoi dits regular meeting at
8:00 p.m. this evening at the Cris-
tobal Masonic Temple. Mrs. Em-
ma Estes and Mrs. Adelle Heath
are hostesses for the evening.
The Odd Fellows will Join the
group for the social hour.
Ladies Aide Society Notice
The Ladies Aide Society of the
Cristobal Unlo-.i Church will con-
duct a rhummage sale July 13
and 14 on Front Street. Any con-
tributions may be left at the
Church basement. They wilt be
V ItV a delicious beverage
V it contains no stimulant
V it helps you enjoy a restful sleep
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G.l POSTUM today
and try ill
A stripper who calls herself
Sherry Winters has opened at a
Los Angeles peel palace and the
Winters named Shelley Isn't hap-
py about it.
Paramount's cooking up a new
movie for Blng Crosby with a
Paris background.
Steve Flagg asked Alan Wilson
If he had seen a recent brawl
between an actor and a producer
at Clro's and Wilson answered:
"No. Give me a miss by miss ac-
count of the fight."

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Hildegarde Neff and Producer
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Bill Shif/rln, Lawrence Tier-
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Diplomticos i/e EE. UU. deben sat de Hungra en 24 horas
BUDAPEST, Julio 5 (UP) Us dos diplomticos
norte-americanos considerados "personas non-gratas"
por ti Gobierno Hngaro han sido ordenados a salir
del pas dentro de 24 horas.
La nota fu entregada a la Legacin de Estados
Unidos a la una de la tarde y dice que Hungra "ha
v considerado al Secretario de la Legacin Albert Sher-
er Jr. y la Adjunta Ruth Tryon personas non gratas y
exige que salgan del territorio del pas dentro de 24
horas despus de recibida esta nota".
La nota tambin agregaba que el Gobierno Hn-
garo "tambin consideraba indeseable a Mary Eight,
funcionario de la Legacin que se encuentra en Viena
y que no concedera permiso para que volviera a en-
trar a Hungra'
Este ltimo paso del choque diplomtico entre los
dos pases comenz durante el reciente juicio del Ar-
zobispo Josef Groesz, cuando los acusados dijeron que
haban llevado a cabo actos de espionaje bajo rdenes
de los norte-americanos.
Hungra primero pidi que los funcionarios fue-
ran retirados por Estados Unidos. La Legacin con-
test que ellos slo saldran de Hungra si eran decla-
rados personas non-gratas por el Gobierno Hngaro,-
lo cual sucedi slo 24 horas despus.
El Secretario Sherer saldr de Hungra con su
esposa y dos nios.
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PANAMA, R. P.. JUEVES. JULIO 5, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS

Las negociaciones se inician el ocho en Kaesong
El General Ridgway escogi
la delegacin aliada que ha
de participar en la reunin
Estar compuesta por tres corresponsales de las
fuerzas norteamericanas y uno de la ONU
boletn
TOKIO, Julio 5 (UP).Fuentes bien informadas dije-
ron que el General Matthew B. Ridgway lia escocido una
delegacin de cinco hombrea para llerar a cabo las con-
versaciones preliminares sobre el cese de fuego.
Se dice que la delegacin estar compuesta por un
Coronel del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos, un Coronel del
Cuerpo de Infantes de Marina de Estados Unidos, un Co-
ronel del Ejrcito de Corea del Sur, un Mayor del Estado
Mayor de las Naciones Unidas y un intrprete.
TOKIO, Julio 5 (UP) La
uerra de Corea lleg a un alto
virtual en medio de las torren-
ciales lluvias, mientras amos
bandos esperan las conversa-
clones para un cese de fuego.
Los aviones, artillera y bar-
cos de guerra aliados continua-
ron bombardeando las posicio-
nes comunistas, pero solo pert-
tcamente. Las patrullas aiia-
tias salieron para observar a los
rojos pero slo encontraron niiy
poca actividad comunista o re-
mitencia.
El quinto y ltimo Intercam-
bio de mensajes entre los co-
mandantes comunistas y alia-
dos fu transmitido por radio
ayer a las 8:30 de la maana
El mensaje estaba dirigido j-jr
el General Ridgway al Premin
Kim II Sung y al General Pei.g
Teh Huay, comandante de jos
"voluntarios" chinos.
El mensaje era en respuesta
a uno enviado 15 horas antes
por los comunistas, aceptando
a propuesta de Ridgway pura
una conferencia preliminar en
Kaesong, pero pedia que uc
ti Domingo 8 de Julio en ver de
hoy como lo haba pedido e Co-
(Pasa a la Pgina 6. Columna )
Leche para quince mil nios
panameos lleg esta maana
El embarque es de
230.000 libras y
ser para un ao


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omenaie a
y
Venezuela
Con motivo de celebrarse hoy el aniversario de la in-
dependencia de Venezuela "El Panam Amrica" rinde tri-
buto de simpata a la gloriosa Patria del Gran Libertador
y formula sus mejores votos por el bienestar del pueblo
venezolano, ese pueblo que escribi pginas brillantes en
la historia de Amrica con su gesta que se conmemora hoy.
Valga la oportunidad para felicitar en este da a los
ciudadanos venezolanos residentes en nuestro pas y muy
especialmente a S.E. Enrique Castro Gmez, Embajador de
la Repblica de Venezuela en Panam.
El Ministerio de Previsin So-
cial y Salud Pblica inform
en a maana de hoy que el
barco "Dividees" lleg a Cris-
tbal con 1152 tambores de le-
che en polvo, que contienen
230,400 libras correspondiente a
la cuota para alimentar a quin-
ce mil nios por un trmino de
un ao, en la Repblica de Pa-
nam.
Segn convenio a que se ha.
llegado entre los Ministerios de
Previsin Social y Educacin,
ste se encargar de la distri-
bucin de la leche para esco-
lares y aquel para preescolares.
Esta cuota corresponde a Pa-
nam en virtud de la firma del
Convenio mediante el cual Pa-
nam entra a formar parte del
Instituto Centroamericano d
Nutricin.
El Cuatro de Julio fue conmemorado ayer
El Gobierno Norteamericano
denuncia como una farsa l
condena de un Corresponsal
Es calificada como "intimidacin y propaganda'"
contra los Estados Unidos
La Corte de La Haya dice que
la "Anglo Iranian" debe seguir
operando temporalmente
VL,a
LA HAYA, Julio 5. (UP).
La Corte Internacional de Jus-
ticia concedi a Gran Bretaa
una orden provisional de sus-
pensin en la disputa de la
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company y
dijo que la compaia de-
ber continuar operando tem-
poralmente tal como lo haba
hecho antes de que Irn deci-
diera nacionalizar la industria
Los empleados de la
Fuerza y luz crean
comit de defensa
Se nos ha trado la siguiente
arta para su publicacin:
Panam, julio 5 de 1951
8r. Director de
"El Panam Amrica",
Presente:
Sr. Director:
Como es del dominio pblico,
los empleados de la Compaia
Panamea de Fuerza y Luz
hemos venido soportando con
exagerada paciencia, la violenta
campaa de insultos, de cahim-
nias y de injurias que ha des-
atado contra nosotros y con-
tra la Empresa a la cual pres-
tamos nuestros servicios, dos p
H" *^.tM de caractersticas
bien definidas, pero la situa-
cin ha llegado ya a tal ex-
tremo Que es Imposible tolerar-
la ms.
Obligados pues por las cir-
cunstancias antes expresadas y,
en ejercicio del legitimo de-
recho de defensa con que na-
cen todos los hombres libres,
hemos decidido orgmnlxarnos. no
solamente para defendemos si-
no tambin para repeler esos
ataques que nosotros nunca he-
-os provocado, y para lnfor-
arte al pueblo panameo el
gen. el verdadero origen de
toda esta campaa; de los me-

petrolera.
La Corte, sin embargo, reco-
mend que se nombrara una
"Junta de Supervisores'' de cin-
co miembros compuesta por
dos britnicos, dos Iranios y
un representante neutral
quienes debern ayudar a bus-
car una frmula para la fu-
tura administracin de la com-
paia.
Los dos observadores iranios
que se encontraban en la sala
de sesiones como espectadores
salieron poco despus que fue
leida la sentencia.
Irn ha alegado que Oran
Bretaa no tiene derecho le-
gal para someter a la Corte
la disputa entre el Gobierno de
Irn y la Anglo-Iranian Oil Co.
La Corte tambin dijo que
"el estado de cosas existente
justifica medidas interinas de
proteccin", pero dos Jueces
G. Wlniarskl de Polonia y Ba-
gawl Pasha de Egipto no es-
tuvieron de acuerdo, alegando
que la Corte no debe autori-
zar ninguna medida interina
hasta que se decida si sta tie-
ne Jurisdiccin para fallar el
arreglo de toda la disputa.
No har poltica
el Srio. Gral. de
la Presidencia
El Secretario General de la
Presidencia, don J. M. Vrela
nos ha enviado la siguiente
carta:
Panam. 3 de Julio de 1951.
Seor Jos Ramn Gulzado,
Presidente del- Directorio Na-
cional del Partido Revoluciona-
rlo Autntico.
Presente.
Estimado seor Presidente;
Es una cosa sabida de todo
el pas, que el Excmo. Seor
Presidente de la Repblica est
empeado en que el proceso
tt-aaa a la padna K columna b)
Piden sangre para
un joven enfermo
El conocido Joven Adolfo (Bu-
oy) Berrios ser sometido na-
ana a una delicada operacin
en el Hospital Santo Toms, por
io que necesitar varias trans-
fusiones de sangre-
Por ste medio se solicita s
lodos los amigos del Joven 3'-
riio a que concurran al Banco
de Sangre del Hospital Santo
lomas a contribuir con su un-
g e a que ste salga con bies
de dicha operacin.
WASHINGTOK. Julio 5 (UP)
El Gobierno de Estados Uni-
dos denunci como una "farsa"
la condena por espionaje en
Checoeslovaquia del correspon-
sa de la Prensa Asocala Wi-
lliam Oatls, y dijo que estudia
las gestiones para hacerlo po-
ner en libertad.
El Derrrtamento ed Estado
declar que el propsito de la
"parodia de Juicio" a que fu
sometido Oatls en Praga fu
"puramente de intimidacin y
propaganda dirigidas contra Es-
tados Unidos, las agencias de
noticias norte-amerieanas y la
prensa libre del mundo."
Aadi que la admisin por
Oatls de algunos de los cargos
fu impuesta y "prefabricada*'
de acuerdo con las practical
habituales de la Policia comu-
nista. Dijo que las pruebas
aprobadas eran an ms ende-
bles que las habituales en los
"juicios fraguados de este ti-
po".
Oatls fu condenado en Pra-
ga por un tribunal comunista
a diez aos de prisin como es-
pa.
Ser discutido esta tarde en
Consejo de Gabinete decreto
sobre Control de Precios

Con motivo del 175o. Aniversario de la Independencia de Estados Unidos, se llevaron a cabo
varios actos en conmemoracin de esa gloriosa fecha. La primera fotografa nos muestra un
aspecto de la recepcin ofrecida por la Embajada de Estados Unidos, y podemos ver de li-
quierda a derecha al Agregado Econmico de la Embajada, Sr. Lois C. Nolan, la Sra. de Mo-
lina, el Encargado de Negocios de Estados Unidos, Sr. Murray M. Wise, la Sra. de Wise y el
Lie. Ignacio Molino. Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores de Panam. En la foto Inferior vemos
de izquierda a derecha al H.D. Csar Guillen, el Presidente de la Repblica, Don Alclbades
Arosemena y el Sr. George L. Capwell, Gerente de la Cia. Panamea de Fuerza y Lux, mien-
tras escuchan las palabras prenunciadas por el Sr. Murrav M. Wise ante la Sociedad Ame-
ricana en la reunin celebrada en la tarde de ayer en el Hotel "El Panam'*.
El sbado se reunir
el Frente Patritico
Con el fin de dar los pasos
preparatorios para la conven-
cin del partido Frente Patri-
tico, que se efectuar en la
ciudad de Chitr. los dirigen-
tes del partido en laa provin-
cias centrales (Cocl, Herrera,
Los Santos y Veraguas), han
invitado a los miembros del
Directorio Nacional, a ua reu-
nin que tendr lugar en la
ciudad de Aguadulce el sba-
do 7 de los corrientes.
La disputa petrolera por las instalaciones
de Irn amenaza extenderse a otros estados
Por GAULT MACGOWAN
(N. A. N. A.)
LONDRES, Julio 5, (EPS). La estrate-
gia de la alianza atlntica en Europa occi-
dental est pasando a segundo plano en el
inters general, ante la creciente gravedad
de la disputa anglo-irania, que amenaza
extenderse a los yacimientos petroleros de
Arabia, Iraq y Kuwait.
En los circuios militares de esta capital
se expresa el temor de que esto afecte la
solidaridad poltica anglo americana, de
que se pierda una excelente avanzada para
la propaganda occidental y se establezca
un vasto estado satlite sovitico, rico en
petrleo, que se extenderla desde las fron-
teras de Afganistn hasta Turqua.
El ministro de relaciones exteriores Her-
bert Morrison ha declarado oficialmente
que "las empresas petroleras norteameri-
canas estn dndonos gran ayuda," pero
otros importantes socialistas, encabriados
por Stanley Evans, miembro del Parlamen-
to, dicen que "si el pueblo norteamerica-
no supiera lo que les empresarios petrole-
ros de su pas han hecho individualmente
v tras de bastidores para destruir a sus
competidores britnicos, se levantaran en
masa para demostrar su indignacin, des-
de Maine hasta la rosta del Pacifico".
La principal empresa norteamericana in-
teresada en el Cercano Oriente es la Ara-
bian-American Oil Company, que negocia
a medias con el rev Ibn Saud, dictador del
desierto, y cuya produccin puede subir a
veinticinco millones de toneladas anuales.
En la costa noroeste del golfo Prsico, el
Jeque de la isla de Kuwait tiene un ingre-
so de tres mil dlares por hora, y ahora
desea que sea aumentada a ciento cin-
cuenta dlares por minuto.
El gobierno de Iraq, que obtiene una ga-
nancia de dos dlares por tonelada de pe-
trleo en una produccin que puede ascen-
der a veinticinco millones de toneladas al
ao, tiene una frontera comn con Persia
y es muy vulnerable a una revolucin co-
munista. Es muy probable que tambin
demande un aumento de Jas regalias.
Todos esos territorios han despertado a
las ventajas de la civilizacin como conse-
cuencia de los planes de seguridad social
puestos en prctica por las empresas pe-
troleras.
En dos visitas que el que esto escribe ha
hecho a Abadn, vio que la Anglo-Iranian
Oil Companv destinaba una parte de sus
ganancias a la construccin de escuelas,
hospitales, asilos para leprosos, construc-
cin de casas para empleados y transfor-
mando loa nmadas rabes en guardias y
auxiliares.
Las empresas norteamericanas han he-
cho lo mismo, o ms. Pero los gobernan-
tes rabes no han sido generosos y se han
guardado mucho de seguir tal ejemplo.
Esto ha dado oportunidad a los comu-
nistas para demandar una distribucin
Igual de los beneficios, en inters del pue-
blo. La actual etapa-es la lucha contra los
"imperialistas extranjeros", pero no hay
duda de que la siguiente ser contra los
gobernantes locales, Ineficientes y corrom-
pidos.
Los dirigentes rusos creen que si logran
excluir la influencia occidental del Cerca-
no Oriente, podrn formar una cadena de
estados satlites desde el Mar Caspio al
Golfo Prsico, lo cual dara a Rusia un
puerto siempre abierto y la salida al mar
que no ha logrado obtener por los Darda-
nelos, colocndose asi a corta distancia de
la linea vital de comunicaciones con Aus-
tralia, la India y Nueva Zelandia.
El vacio que esta zona ha representado
en los planes estratgicos occidentales ha
hecho que se demande una poltica comn
anglo-americana para el Cercano Oriente:
es muy posible que este tema merezca la
atencin especial de la conferencia de mi-
nistros de defensa de las naciones britni-
cas que se lleva a cabo actualmente en
Londres.
La Secretaria General de la
Presidencia anunci la convo-
catoria de un Consejo de Ga-
binete extraordinario, que debe
de celebrarse esta tsrde para
discutir el proyecto de Decreto
sobre el Control de los Precios,
preparado por la Junta recin
nombrada.
Al preguntrsele esta maa-
na al seor Presidente de la
Repblica sobre las medidas
que tomar el Gobierno en re-
lacin con la caresta del arroz,
el Presidente dijo que tena in-
formes d la existencia de es-
peculadores, agregando que den
tro de las normas constitucio-
nales y legales el Gobierno to-
mar todas las medidas que
permitan la intervencin del
Estado para prevenir la especu-
lacin.
Al solicitrsele declaraciones
al Licenciado Eduardo Vallari-
no, Gerente del Banco, sobre la
caresta de este grano, dijo que
no poda referirse a los espe-
culadores porque no tenia prue-
ba concretas. Afirm que el
Banco espera un embarque de
No se ha ordenado
libertad de ningn
detenido poltico
El Fiscal del Tribunal Supe-i
.lor, Licenciado J. M. Vsiu*
Daz inform en la maana d*>
hoy que an no ha evacuaoo
ninguna diligencia e% relacici
ton los sucesos del dies de .na-
jo, debido a que el expediente
unsta de cuatro tomos, y hoota
ahora slo ha podido leerse ano
de ellos, debido a la cantidad
del trabajo cotidiano que ti?n*
cu su oficina.
Estas declaraciones las lor-
iiul el Licenciado VsquezDsj
en relacin con los rumores g'-e
haban estado circulando en el
sentido de que prominentes po-
ticos que se encuentran dele-
nidos en relacin con los suce-
sos del diez de mayo, serian
arroz alrededor, del da 15 de | puestos en libertad en el curso
este mes. de la presente semana.
Un colombiano se mata de una
pualada en el pecho luego
de haber herido a su mujer
El martes tres de los corrlen- .hecho de sangre que se supon*
tes tuvo lugar un hecho de san- tuvo orgenes pasionales.
gre en calle 22 Este bis, cuan-
do el seor Carlos Perugachl,
colombiano de 26 aos de edad,
se suicid, despus de haber he-
rido a su mujer, Silvia Potes
de Perugachl con un pual.
En la maana de hoy el Fis-
cal del Segundo Distrito Judi-
cial se encontraba trabajando
activamente por resolver este
Instlase Club de
Padres de Familia
Esc. Rep. de Chile
Cinco divisiones de "Scouts"
sern creadas en la escuela Re-
pblica de Chile, de acuerdo
con los planes de la direccin
del plantel y del Club de Pa-
dres de Familia, segn Informo
a este diarlo un miembro del
comit de propaganda del club
recin fundado.
Dicho club instal su directi-
va el martes en las horas de
la tarde, que qued constituida
asi: presidente. Amlcar Tribui-
dos; primer vicepresidente, Pe-
dro Ortiz Orsinl; segundo vice-
presidente, Nelly E. Richard,
secretarla. Debo r a Gonzlez,
sub-secretarla. Lolita de Gonz-
lez: tesorero. Carlos A. Sayave-
dra; fiscal. Rosarlo Oller de 8a-
rasqueta.
El muerto era dueo de la
sastrera Figurina, sitio donde
ocurri el crimen. La muerta
sobrevino como consecuencia da
una pualada que se propin
en el corazn.
La fiscala est tomando in-
dagatoria a las personas qua
se encontraban en las inme-
diaciones del lugar del suceso,
meintras se recibe el protocolo
de autopsia que ha de enviar el
mdico forense Dr. Casco Diaz.
Todo pareoe indicar que Pe-
rugachl adopto la fatal deter-
minacin de quitarse la vida
cuando, al herir a su esposa,
pens que la habia ultimado.
Las universitarias
celebrarn con un
t un aniversario
eres -
el ani-
i el s-
La Asociacin de Mujeres TJ
niversitarias celebraran
versarlo de su fundacin
bado 7 de los corrientes ezt
el hotel El Panam, con un ti,
al que asistirn como invitado*,
el Ministro de Educacin, Inf.
Ricardo J. Benndez y el Rec-
tor de la Universidad Nacional,
doctor Octavio Mndez Perelra.
H comit organizador ruega
a todas las soclas una puntual
asistencia. Hora, S d* la taro.


VAINA DOS
BL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIKNT
JUEVES, JULIO 5, 1951
JPatiamamrtca
U INDIPCmMKHm
HAHMODIO >* omfCTO
COITOKA NAMA AMCHICA. A.
HIT t-OTtO .CNT..L PK.V.O.. A,OC -O.TAl NO tS4
CN MM MUSMCS BITUOOa t '.T UIUO0. CA1.L1 M. NO '
Ct L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
DUDAS SOBRE LA PAZ EN COREA
El mundo est pendiente de las negociaciones
de paz que han de comenzar en breve en el Lejano
Oriente. Hasta el momento, como es natural, no
)C conocen las bases sobre las cuales se discutir
le armisticio.
La opinin pblica internacional, mejor dicho
lOK observadores serenos de estos problemas, tie-
nen grandes dudas sobre el legtimo beneficio de
, la paz en Corea. Y esas dudas se fundan en el he-
cho de que Rusia est envuelta en una sene de
operaciones militares y maniobras polticas las cua-
I les se asocian, lgicamente, al caso del Lejano Orien-
jte. Es decir, no se tiene seguridad de que estas
I propuestas de paz no tengan por objeto una esp-
jele de tregua para realizar de inmediato, o des-
pus de un trmino conveniente, otra ofensiva en
| cualquier parte.
Como, es sabido, la grave situacin del Irn,
provocada tambin por Mosc, est determinando
una crisis internacional sumamente peligrosa. Bien
podra estar dentro de los planes del comunismo
[sovitico combinar el caso de Irn con la paz en
I Corea utilizando a sta como una especie de cor-
tina de humo para distraer la atencin de los es-
tadistas, de los militares y de los pueblos en ge-
| itera 1 de las naciones democrticas.
Sera gravsimo que las naciones occidentales
se dejaran sorprender. Es innegable que Mosc
provoc la guerra coreana y todos los trastornos
que ella implica, y tambin es cierto que ahora es-
i^ patrocinando una negociacin de paz. Ser
que Mosc pretende hacer en el mundo lo que so-
lamente conviene a los intereses soviticos? Entre
las conjeturas que se hacen sobre la paz en Co-
rea est la de que Rusia, ante el fracaso militar
de los comunistas, est confrontando un serio pro-
blema de desmoralizacin y descontento en China
que podra tener consecuencias perjudiciales para
. el rgimen sovitico. En tal caso quiz podra in-
currirse en un error al salvar a Rusia de este con-
flicto dentro de sus propios dominios que, de pro-
[ ducirse, seguramente beneficiara la posicin de
las naciones democrticas.
Si las negociaciones continan, en la prxima
semtrna se podrn aclarar en parte esas dudas que
\ surgen en torno a la propuesta comunista sobre la
paz de Corea.
---------------------------------------------,-------------------,-------------------------
llama n El Panam Amrica?
rew Pearson dice: El nuevo Senador Blair Moody desafa
al Senador Capehart a que diga su voto sobre el con-
trol de precios; Jacob Malik no estaba "tan enfermo".
WASHINGTON. Los Sena-fue de 8 4, y recuerdo per-
2-0740
dores estn descubriendo que
es algo nuevo y refrescante te-
ner a un periodista como co-
lega. Sin embargo, el nuevo Se-
nador. Blair Moody de Michi-
gan no siempre acata las re-
glas del Club", y algunos Se-
nadores no estn muy conten-
tos.
Por ejemplo, es contra el
cdigo no escrito del Senado
el que un Senador denuncie
a otro cuando diga una gran
mettra. Sin embargo, eso fue
lo que sucedi cuando el Se-
nador Homer Capehart, Re-
publicano de Indiana, trat
de votar con los empacado-
res secretamente, y preten-
dan estar del lado del con-
sumidor en pblico.
Bajo las "reglas del club',
los colegas de Capehart debe-
ran haber excusado esta men-
tira como poltica y dejar que
se saliera con la suya. Sin em-
bargo, Moody sigue siendo pe-
riodista an.
Lo que sucedi es que Ca-
pehart vot a puertas cerradas
para acabar con el control de
precios. Sin embargo, tratando
de aparecer como el amigo de
los consumidores, pronunci un
discurso politico en el Senado
culpando al Presidente Truman
por no haber congelado los pre-
cios con anterioridad.
"Ha surgido una situacin
por un imperdonable pecado
de la administracin, ya que
la administracin no congel
los precios el S de septiem-
bre pasado", proclam el Se-
nador Capehart.
Pero Moody haba presen-
ciado la reunin secreta del
Comit Bancario y Monetario
cuando Capehart combati se-
cretamente contra el control de
precios. As que se levant y
lanz el reto:
"Me gastara preguntarle al
Senador de Indiana si l con-
sidera ahora aconsejable o
factible que se eliminen to-
dos los controles de precios y
salarios".
"Nanea he abogado por
eso", gru Capehart.
"Entonces, por qu el Se-
nador de Indiana vot en esa j
forma en el Comit hace unos '
das?", respondi Moody al
tiro.
"Eso no es correcto", neg ,
Capehart furioso.
"El Senador de Illinois, se-
fior Dirksen, present la mo-
cin para eliminar el Ttulo IV
(control de precios y salarlos) j
de la ley. Los anales demues-
tran que cuatro, votos fueron [
depositados en favor de esa
mocin. El Senador de Indiana
y otros tres Senadores votaron
en favor de la mocin", Informo
el ex-perlodlsta.
"Digamos, en vista de la
discusin, que yo vot como
dice el Senador", balbuce
Capehart.
"Digamos que el Senador
vot as, panto", respondi
Moody.
Entonces, para mantener tu
entrenamiento de periodista, el
Senador Moody telefone al se-
cretario del Comit, y un mi-
nuto ms tarde inform al Se-
nado: "He consultado al se-
cretarlo, y dice que la votacin
rectamente que el Senador de
Indiana voto en favor de la
mocin. El Senador de Indiana
levant su mano,' y creo que
eso Indicaba su voto".
"Br-Senador de Michigan di-
ce que yo levant mi mano. Yo
no s por qu el Senador trae
este asunto al Senado, y si es
necesario que la gente est fis-
goneando para ver si un Sena-
dor levanta la mano o no",
gru Capehart. "Quiero dedi-
que no me gustan esas tcticas,
y no creo que el Senador de-
bera hacer esas declaraciones.
Me parece que est fuera de
orden el que lo haga".
"Yo no creo que est fuera
de orden" inform Moody.
"Por qu la posicin de un
Senador, en un asunto tan
importante como ste, debe
ser secreta?"
NOTICIAS DIPLOMTICAS
La razn por la cual 'Ja-
cob Malik estaba Un "enfer-
mo" despus de su propues-
ta que no pudo ver a los di-
plomticos de las Naciones
Unidas fue que no haba re-
cibido instrucciones de Mos-
c sobre qu hacer. Mosc
le haba dado el visto bue-
no a su tanteo de paz pero
no le haba dicho el prximo
movimiento. Asi que Malik es-
tuvo "muy enfermo". (Hubie-
ra estado an ms enfermo
si hubiese hecho el movi-
miento errado)... La rasn
por la cual el Presidente Tru-
man se mostr fro hacia la
propuesta de Malik fue un
informe secreto que recibi
diciendo que la China comu-
nista est entrenando un mi-
lln de hombres para un nue-
vo ataque a Corea. El infor-
me hablaba de conferencias
entre Mao Tse Tung y los ru-
sos en Mukden, en laa que
Mao dijo que sus tropas es-
taban mal equipadas, exigi
equino pesado, ms aviones
est elaborado
LECHE
aero soso
KLIM
La Preferida tn Todo ti Mundo
r. ii.i. b>n. am. mu <'
PERSPECTIVAS ECONMICAS
Por DEMOSTENES VERGARA
VII
Hemos conferido gran preponderancia a la intensificacin
y racionalizacin de nuestra agricultura como fundamento de
una slida economa propia nacional. Estimamos, asimismo, que
el desarrollo de nuestra avicultura y nuestra ganadera debe fluir
paralelamente al agrcola. No se infiere con esto que cada fami-
lia campesina deba dedicarse dentro de su parcela al conjunto
de estas actividades simultneamente. Las extensiones de pas-
tos necesarios para la cra de ganado vacuno, por ejemplo, exce-
deran con mucho el promedio de las tierras a sa normal dispo-
nibilidad. Los tcnicos agro-pecuarios habrn de determinar, a
base del estudio de loa (actores referentes a composicin bio-
qumica del suelo, vegetacin actual, orografa, hidrologa, geo-
loga, etc., una clasificacin "regional" de laa tierras en cuanto
a sus usos potenciales Ideales.
Con todo y ser lego en estas materias, no podemos menos
que considerar por dems brbaros y mmtl-econoinUw ^ laurirni-
simos transportes terrestres de ganado vacuno v,iT0>.e?Pfl,ln,'n:
t durante los caniculares das del esto. Cuatrocientos y ms
kilmetros de rugosas y polvorientas "carreteras" recorren las su-
pllciantes caravanas muglentes. bajo la calcinante sonrisa dt Fe-
bo quien se cobra antes que nosotros su usurero tributo, para
llegar desde las vastas llanuras chiricanas hasta la Capital para
su inmolacin final. No sera ms humanitario, lgico y econ-
mico consumar el sacrificio all mismo y efectuar el transporte
de Us lonjas mediante vehculos refrigerados?? No seria lgico
por esto, y consecuente con un principio descentralizador Indus-
trial, crear "abbattoirs" en las provincias chirlcana, santena o
veragense??
Compartimos los conceptos Prdos, S?r 'l/^lub de
Chase Bank en su admirable conferencia, *; "te
Leones, acerca de la primordial labor e fomento, con clusi
de la mercantilista, que debe realizar el Banco Af'O-PMuario,
mediante la prestacin del crdito agrcola y pecuario, previo el
aforamiento de los tcnicos en la materia, y el strode
semHIas. sementales y maquinarias que ontrftutainil mejora-
miento de la calidad y rend miento de las crias y cultivos, i*
omp a\reclo7pr7l,dos de las cosechas por te fan0 ob
decena slo a su funcin normallzadora y protectora del valor
till producto para su distribucin a los "m"tan^':
rios o minoritarios a un precio que no comportase, otrotenoHeio
que el estrictamente justo para asegurar su funcin admlnlstra-
t,V"puede Panam desarrollarse en un Jt^
prnias puedan extraerse econmicamente en nuestro ^ He-
mos expresado anteriormente la conveniencia P'opn!"' *?
dustrias madereras integrales, cuy. ma la prim.oilte en
abundancia, es renovable como la "hulla blancai si se acopian
las medidas que la ciencia forestal seala. Debemos.^en esta
vil "itarel imponer requisitos draconianos a los nioDtotM
nacionales o extranjeros que soliciten concesiones del wdo para
implantacin de dicha, empresas. Debemoa>"**
cualquier intento industrial en vasta escala s"p' ''"5"rias
clon de grandes y costosas instalaciones, la construccin vas
Se penetracin ''extraccin" a las difciles montanos. Que no-
es posible predecir todas y cada una de las (,nc"en,0' *cc'
denles que puedan sobrevenir a Us exp """ c_,^n1er?
que un horario de accin frreo y un ritmo /e '"gentes inver
sionei rgidas para esas empresa* podran ser ms bien griUetes
que garanta P*ra su buen xito.
La. industria, minera, o de W*1**** "fcS*
son susceptible, de desarrollarse, a nuestro humilde MR,
ventrosamente en las cercanas de *""' oln' ' "
las fuentes de energa actuales. La hoy del Chagre. cuenta
con rrandes depsitos calcreos, de slice pura, de mrmol, de
"wano" de murcilago en su. labernticas cuevas, etc., y su ac-
eMlbid.d e.Ideal,"como bien lo ha.dicho un lustre colega ha
oco, dUs, no debemos pensar tan slo en explotac.ones mil lo-
riarlas como la fbrica de cemento. Deben promoverse las In-
dustrias moderadas y pequeas al iual. i..,i,.
Consideramos conveniente el establecimiento de industrias
medianas para los fines de: envase, re-envase, embalaje, trans-
formacin y ensamble de materias primas o de partes manufac-
I turadas provenientes de otras regiones. Estas actividades se re-
, lacionarian ntimamente con la patrocinada existencia de la Zona
I Libre de Coln, y las zonas o puertos libres que se proyectaren
i para la ciudad Capital. ___ ^
i i .i,
y mejor entrenamiento. Como
resultado, se acord envUr
2,eM aviones roaos a China...
La filtracin hacia Malik so-
bre las conversaciones de tre-
gua ea la. Naciones L'nida.
.ele atribuye al MinUterio de
Relacione. Exteriores en el
Cairo. A.I fue como Malik
Sudo adelntame a Estados
nidos y las Naciones Unidas
en su propuesta de paz. Los
diplomticos de Estado. Uni-
do, haban estado hablando
con los diplomticos de Us
Naciones Unida, durante unos
die. das .obre una posible
tregua el 25 de junio, y esta
informacin fue recibida por
lo, rosos a travs del Cairo.
4 de Julio 1776 4 de Julio 1951
El CUATRO DE JULIO de 1"S e. una de la. ms transcen-
1 entele, efemrides de U Humanidad. Representa une de los
alones ms .aliente, que sealan el avance de esa Democracia,
iue recibi su divino bautizo en el humilde portal de Beln, y que
.u confirmada en la ciudad de FiUdelfla, hace on siglo y tres
cuartos. La fecha que conmemoramos hoy, aunque tiene en Ili-
mitado alcance universal, ea esencialmente americana, en el sen-
tido .ms amplio de la palabra, (el cual comprende a teda la
Amrica), porque ese dio fu la aurora de la libertad ea el Nae
vo Mundo.
Parece que muchos desconocieran, por ignorancia o por in-
comprensin, la importancia decisiva que tiene la Inspirada De-
claracin, que aparece en el Acta de Independencia de los trece
colonias, las cuales constituyeron el ncleo original de la Gran
Repblica del Norte. De esto DECLARACIN sargia la de lo.
DERECHOS DEL HOMBRE, que fu proclamada en Francia,
quince aos despus, cuando ya era una hermosa realidad esa
nacin, que haba sido fundada sobre las bases inconmovibles de
estos redentores principios: que todo, los hombres hemos sido
creados iguales y que el poder legitimo de todo gobierno, se de-
riva del consentimiento de sus gobernados.
El admirable documento, redactado por Jefferson y FranfcUn,
Adams, Sherman y Livingston, es un Imperecedero reconocimien-
to de los ideales democrticos, y con l- se inicia su aplicacin
definitiva a un sUtema republicano de Gobierno, que en la prac-
tica constante ha producido fructuosos resultados, cuya eviden-
cia nadie puede negar. El Acta de Independencia de V.16 di*
vida libre a la noble repblica que, en estos momentos, empana
en sus vigorosas manos, la antorcha luminosa de la Democracia,
de la cual es su ms esforzado paladn. Los hijos de esa biza-
rra nacin luchan actualmente, en Corea, centra U agresin de
quienes pretenden encadenar a los hombres libres. Combaten a
la sombra del pabelln de las estrella, y de las barras, que fla-
mea victorioso, al lado de las banderas de quince otros pases,
junto con la de los Naciones Unidas, vine se presento por pri-
mera ve. de manera semejante al de aquel smbolo redentor,
que dio el triunfo a Constantino en los campos de batalla, como
ste ha de darlo ahora a los cruzados de la Democracia, que es-
tn empeados en alcanzar la pas, tal cmo fu anunciada, hoco
cerca de dos mil aos, para todo, los hombres de buena voluntad.
Los panameos, que estamos vinculados por sentimientos
Intereses comunes, con U hermana mayor de las repblicas ame-
ricanas, le enviamos un cordUl abrazo en esto fecha glorioso.
Nos encontramos, una ves ms, a su lado, como lo estuvimos en
la primera y en U segunda guerra mundial, y como siempre lo
estaremos, no slo para defender la magna obra que fu cons-
truida en las entraas de nuestro territorio, por U accin con-
junta de nuestros pueblos hermanos, sino tambin en defensa
de la Solidaridad Continental, como estamos obligado, por so-
lemne tratado y adems porque tenemos un compromiso moral
mayor, como legtimos legatarios de los que firmaren, hace cien-
to veinticinco aos en esta Capital, los tratado, suscrito, en el
histrico Congreso Anfictlnlco de 1826, que son la fuente origi-
nal de todos los dems.
En esta fecha inmarcesible felicitamos mu cordUImente a
todos los hijos de los Estados Unidos de Amrica, especialmente
a los qne comparten el pan y la sal con nosotros. Hacemos, tam-
bin, votos sinceros porque la Providencia, come antes lo ha he-
cho. Ilumine a los Gobernantes de la Oran Repblica, a fin do
que la Democracia, en su verdadero sentido, y la Libertad, su
compaera inseparable, hagan sentir, su benfica influencia so-
bre todo el orbe civilizado, a la ves que sus luminosos destellos
iluminen hasta el ltimo rincn del mundo, para que, en un fu-
turo no muy lejano, la pa. y la fraternidad humana sean ana
positiva realidad.
Panam. Julio 4 de 1951.
J. E. LEFEVRE,
Presidente de la Sociedad Bolivarian
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JBVES, JULIO 5. 1S51
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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PAGINA TRI
J
Suiza est lista para defenderse
pero desea mantener su neutralidad
En caso de que haya
guerra entre Rusia y
los Estados Unidos
Por Gault McGwn
(N. A. N- A.)
ZURICH, Julio 5 (EPS)
Buiza, que tiene un magnifico
ejrcito, est siempre llsU para
defender su territorios pero la
opinin general aqu es que
puede servir mejor los Interesen
de la civilizacin occidental
u.antnlendo su neutralidad si
llegara a estallar una guerra
entre los Estados Unidos y la
Unin Sovitica.
Al ver el 1 brillando sobre
loi nevados picos alpinos y ios
vates que cruzan los hermosos
lagos suizos, es fcil comprende-:
por qu nadie desea pensar en
la guerra aqu. Pero no es igual-
mente fcil comprender por qu
la neutralidad suiza pueda ser-
vir al occidente o siquiera, ser
una realidad en una tremenda
guerra global.
Hablando de esto con una
persona bien informada, nos ex-
puso el punto de vista suizo asi:
Los rusos no tendran que
enviar un solo soldado para es
trul nuestra capital nacional.
Berna, ni nuestras hermosas
ciudades de Zurlctt, Basliea,
l.ausana, Ginebra, Lugano ..
Nuestras defensas son los Alpes.
Los aviones podran bombardear
nuestras ciudades y los rusos
las ocuparan cuando slo fue-
, an montones de escombros. ,
"Creo que debiramos enviar
nuestro oro a Amrica y man-
tenernos neutrales. Dos, granaos
guerras han probado ya el va-
lor de nuestra neutralidad para
el occidente: como centro de
arbitraje, como centro de comu-
nicaciones, como refugio para
los prisioneros de guerra que
logran huir, etc.
"Y an cuando Suiza fuera o-
cupada por los rusos, hay mu
chos otros medios de servir, y
cuando liegara la hora de la re-
tribucin, nuestro pas, situado
en el corazn del continente,
seria vi centro indispensable
para reconstruir a Europa.
"Los pases arruinados por la
guerra tendran que ser recons-
truidos. Si nuestra neutralidad
ayudara a aliviar la carga de
ios vencidos, esto serla excelsn-
(wt. Paia ello es que debemos
conservar nuestro oro El mari-
do entero sabe que nuestra mo-
neda es hoy da le ms solida
"Tuvimos una gran suerte al
escapar las intrigas que Inten-
taron arrastrarnos a las dos g..e
iras mundiales. Pero muchts
gentes creen que no tendramos
ja misma suerte st estallara li-
na tercera. Por lo tanto, esta-
mos dispuestos a pelear y cas-
tamos en armamentos ms que
cualquiera otra nacin europea,
proporclonalmente.
"Pero las gentes comienzan a
preguntarse si nuestra resisten-
CARNOL
ee un tnico Boas
para porgnos
DELGADAS
Se calcula que dentro de dos
semanas podr lograrse que
cese el fuego en toda Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS, Julio 3
'UP). Las altas esferas de
las Naciones Unidas tienen es-
peranzas de que el cese de fue-
go en Corea pueda lograrse
dentro de dos semanas si el
Presidente Truman da instruc-
ciones de que se Inicien las con-
ferencias en el campo de bata-
lla.
El delegado Sovitico a las
cia puede ser de verdadero valor
para los aliados occidentals
Creo que slo podra serlo si a-
uerzas areas de stos pudiei >n
defender a Suiza de los aviones
rusos y si su tcnica evitara
gue furamos destruidos por m
dio de proyectiles dirigidos. Es-
tamos ya prximo a la Corth.a
de Hierro que stos pueden pro-
vocar otra Hiroshima aqu.
"Sabemos, por supuesto, que
nuestra posicin montaosa .o
ofrece facilidades a la aviacin:
tenemos aeroplanos, pero estn
acondicionados para la gteira
ce montaas, en tanto que ios
de la alianza atlntica necesi-
tan bases en zonas planas o el
mar.
"En Suiza no hay quinta co-
lumna- Los pocos comunista;
que existen viven principalmen-
te en Ginebra; es indudable que
nuestro pas no seria una p:w
lcll para ellos. Nosotros reois-
Llriamos hasta el fin.
"Y cada da es ms fuerte la
conviccin de que en vez de. se-
guir gastando el dinero en ar-
mas, deberamos enviarlo a la,
Amrica, tanto como reserva
como para eliminar la tentacin
ove ahora ofrece a los ruso."
Kirk. _/^___________
MEJORE su
AMHENCM
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a GUATEMALA y SAN SALVADOR
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San Salvador: Ida 38.00
Ida y Vuelta* 75.00
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Sale el 12 de Julio y Regresa el 23 de Julio
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Cntre Ifujeres. .-
^Tocias prefieren
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> ! ClIUrM HU HIIIU .... A
rhM U p^Ium. NESCAFE es I
ajelaste par* Ja cele.
Naciones Unidas, Jacob A. Ma-
lik quien transmiti por ra-
dio su original propuesta de ce-
se de fuego el sbado, habl a-
noche por primera vez desde
entonces con los delegados de
Estados Unidos, Francia y Gran
Bretaa, en una conferencia de
20 minutos durante una cena
que se le ofreca.
Se tiene entendido que Ma-
lik habl con los delegados oc-
cidentales slo sobre los aspec-
tos generales de su propuesta,
Implicando que los detalles de-
bern ser arreglados en Mosc
entre el Vice-Ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores de Rusia, An-
drei Gromyko y el Embajador
de Estados Unidos, Allen G.
Iis deportaciones en Hungra
violan el Tratado de Paz, ha
manifestado la Sra. Roosevelt
NUEVA YORK, Julio 5 (USISi
Al deportar el gobierno co-
munista hngaro a "granas
cantidades" de personas que no
simpatizan con ese rgimen, fi-
ta violando nuevamente el tra-
tado de paz segn ha declarado
la Sra. Eleanor Roosevelt, re-
presentante de los Estados Uni-
dos en a Comisin de Derec'.ios
Humanos.
Estas violaciones son nueva
prueba de violaciones de las es-
tipulaciones de los tratados, ios
cuales garantizan el disfrute de
los derechos humanos y las li-
bertades fundamentales, dijo la
seora Roosevelt a un grupo de
representantes de organizacio-
nes privadas aqu.
Dijo la seora Roosevelt que
el Departamento de Estado uta
reuniendo "de manera urgente",
la informacin disponible son
estas deportaciones que puca
obtener de fuentes extraoficia-
les. Esta informacin, dijo, es
recopilada "con la mira de pie-
sentar los hechos sobre la si-
tuacin anle la opinin mundial
y antes de que se den los pasos
endientes a evitar la repeticin
de esta clase de actos".

GACETILLAS
Universitarias
Por & 2X m
Nuestras rdenes son de
matar al enemigo en donde lo
hallemos" dicen los Aliados
TOKIO, Julio S (UP)Un o- cuerde el armisticio.
icial de alto rango del Octavo
Ejrcito dijo que no habr cam-
bio alguno en la poltica del c-
jicito de matar a los soldados
comunistas mientras no se a-
Unlversltaria.
Tambin debemos estar agra-
Dljo: "Nuestras rdenes son
de matar al enemigo.en donde
io encontremos. A pesar de la
posibilidad de un armisticio *-
tas rdenes no han sido cam-
biadas y no anticipamos cauoio
alguno".
Agreg que sera demasiado
tonto suspender las operaciones
decido;r de nueltVo querido pro- *h- "Tenemos superlolruad
fesor y educador de renombre t armas V continuaremos usun
La Universidad ha aumenta-
do este ao su matricula en
una forma extraordinaria. In-
dica esto un aumento en el ni-
vel cultural y educacional de
nuestro pais. En todas las fa-
cultades se han inscrito nume-
reos estudiantes, con ansias de
alimentarse de sabidura en las
aulas de clases. Es un motivo
de orgullo para nosotros contar
ahora mismo con ms de mil
alumnos si tomamos en cuen-
ta que al iniciarte los cursos
universitarios, se objet que
nunca habra suficiente canti-
dad de estudiantes para que se
fundara una Universidad en
Panam. Pero la historia se ha
encargado de establecer la rea-
lidad. Este ao en nuestro ma-
yor centro de estudios se han
Iniciado dos cursos nuevos y
son ellos el de Diplomacia y
el de Medicina. En ambos cur-
sos se ha notado una matricu-
la alentadora, lo cual indica
que con el transcurrir de los
aos tendrn mayor acogida
entre los estudiantes.
El Rector Octavio Mndez Pe-
relra. ha sido uno de los prin-
cipales gestores de la Inicia-
cin de los cursos arriba men-
cionados, principalmente el de
Medicina con el cul ha soa-
do durante toda su vida. Su sa-
tisfaccin por la Iniciacin de
esta disciplina se la vimos re-
flejada el da que se dirigi a
los- estudiantes en el primer
da de clases. Era muy gran-
de su alegra al ver que se ha-
ba cumplido uno de sus ma-
yores anhelos. Todos los estu-
diantes de la Universidad de-
ben mostrar su agradecimiento
hacia el Rector Mndez Perei-
ra quien ha hecho posible mu-
chas cosas a favor de la edu-
cacin nacional, principalmente
la construccin de la Ciudad
don Alejandro Mndez P., a
quien nos complacemos' presen-
tar aqu a nuestros, lectores.
cilas en toda su ventaja. Las
conversaciones del armisticio
estn todava en una etapa ne-
bulosa y seriamos tontos si de-
jramos de disparar, antes ce
que haya una evidencia concre-
ta de que los chinos comunistas
quieren la paz"
TOKIO, Julio 5 (UP)La
fuerza area y artillera aiiaUas
mantuvieron su fuego de mueite
contra las fuerzas comunistas,
mientras que la accin de la in-
Los ex-alumnos del
IPA darn premios
el once de Julio
La Sociedad de Ex-AJumnos
del Instituto Pan-Americano
entregar el da u del corrien-
te mes de Julio varios premias
a los distintos .ganadores de
los concursos de Declamacin.
Literatura Ingls y Composicin
que se llevarn a cabo en estos
das como parte de la Celebra-
cin del da del I.P.A. El It de
este mes celebra este colegio su
aniversario y con tal motivo ha
preparado un exlenso progra-
ma que abarca programa de-
anteria qued vlrtualmente sus
pendida.
. Las patrullas de las Naciones
Unidas as como las comuniot:.s
estuvieron lanzando ataques de
prueba sin Importancia en pan-
tos aislados a todo lo largo del
nente de cien millas sin htter
esfuerzo alguno para conseguir
posiciones ms ventajosos an-
tes que el cese de fuego "con-
gele" la linea de batalla.
Todava el General Matthew
B. Rldgway no ha contestado !a
propuesta hecha por los comu-
nistas hace 24 horas de reunir-
se en Kaesong.
No DUERME Bien?
Pa* tmese una Uza de POSTUM
preparada con agua o leche calien-
ta antea de acoetarse, y dormir
como un lirn! POSTUM no con-
ttene cafena. Compre
i>08TUM hoy mismo y
disfruta da un sueno
tranquilo!
Con un supervit de tres mil
millones de dlares cierran
los EE. UU. este ao fiscal
portlvo, musical y literario.
Como parte importante del
programa de ese da est a
colocacin de la primera piedra
del nuevo y moderno Gimnasio
que construir el Instituto Pan
Americano a un costo de ms
de (50,000) Cincuenta mil-bal-
boas.
Tambin como parte* muy
Importante del da 11 de Julio
est la velada literaria que se
llevar cabo en la noche y en
la cual har uso de la palabra
su Excelencia el Seor Minis-
tro de Educacin Arq. Ricardo
J. Bermdez Jr.
WASHINGTON. Julio 3 El Gobierno Federal cerro si i
libros para el ao fiscal de 19tj|
con un sdperavit de 3.510 m^"-
Hones de dlares.
El supervit es el seguneai
ms grande que s ha register!
do en Ta historia de la naci^__
y slo ha sido excedido por H
de 1948 que fu de 8,000 milk
nes de dlares.
El Secretarlo de Hacienda
John V. Sydney, dijo que IrO
ingresos netos en el ao i
termin el sbado fueron rl
48.14\604.532.62. Los egres.1
fueron de 44,832,821,903.37.
El profesor Mndez, quien ha
consagrado la mayor parte de
su vida a la educacin nacio-
nal, ha sido tambin uno de
los zapadores para que se fun-
dara la Escuela de Medicina.
Siempre vislumbr que esta es-
cuela seria de positivos bene-
ficios para nuestro pais. El co-
mo profesor de Ciencias y De-
cano de la Facultad de Cien-
cias Mdicas se ha destacado
dentro de su campo y hoy por
hoy constituye un pilar fuerte
dentro del profesorado de la
Universidad de Panam.
Cuando loa dolor** producido* par
al reumatismo, artritis, neurltla.
lumbago, citica, msculos adolori-
dos, coyuntura! hinchada, le ator-
mentan, obtena Romlnd en la
botica en seguida. Remind le alivi-
ara rpidamente, permitindola
dormir y trabajar cmodamente. No
sufre Innecesariamente. Obtena
teminal hoy mismo.
SIH-n
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDETENDIENTB
JUEVES, JCT.IO I, un
Denuncian desde Chiriqu la
presencia de dentistas sin
credenciales en la Provincia
I PTO. ARMUELLES, Julio 5
Corresponsal Viajero)En un
tiempo se justific que empri-
cos practicaran la profesin de
dentista, pero actualmente e-
Jtsten en el pas gran nmero
de jvenes con titulo, llegados
de Universidades extranjeras
(jve se encuentran con la com-
petencia desleal y ruinosa de
'ftrsonas que no tienen, ni cre-
denciales ni mritos para ejer-
{eer esa noble profesin,
f En Po. Armuelles han apa-
'iecldo ltimamente individuos
ifcue se dedican en forma teme-
jfarla a practicar diversas ope-
jraclone.s dentales arriesgando
la salnd y si es posible, la vida
le personas que no saben el
liesgo n que se exponen. No
-furemos dar nombres propios
"pues no es el objeto de esta in-
Jtormacln denunciar personas
*lno Informar hechas. Conside-
ramos que el Cdigo Sanitario
es suficientemente claro y es-
|peclflca en forma terminante
i r
a quienes corresponde el ejerci-
cio de las profesiones. A los In-
trusos debera aplicrsele el pe-
so de la Ley, no por el deseo
de perjudicar a terceros sino
para salvaguardar la salud de
los asociados a quienes dicho
Cdigo se supone protege y pa-
-ra dar garantas a los profesio-
nales que han ganado un titu-
lo despus de muchos aos de
estudios con sacrificios econ-
micos que muchas veces los
han privado a ellos y a sus fa-
miliares de llevar una vida
holgada.
Esto no es un problema de
Pto. Armuelles, pues hay Indi-
viduos que sin credenciales
acadmicas se dedican a des-
prestigiar la profesin Dental
en David. B quete, Concepcin,
etc. Que busquen medios lci-
tos de vida o que el Director
de Salud Pblica tome las me-
didas del caso. A l denuncia-
mos esta situacin que necesi-
ta una solucin rpida.
!,;- C R U CIGR AMA i
r 2 3 4 5 6 7 r 9 10 11
' 12 13 r
,15 16 17
j 19 20
21 28 23
1 24 1 25 29 27 28 29 30 31
1 35 34 35
36 4 ________ 37 38 39
1 40 41 42 43
45 46 47 48 49 50
1 53
p. 1 56
157 58 59
HORIZONTALES:
1Agujero que se hace en la
' tierra para obtener agua,
i 5Ave domstica.
IAmarrar.
11Palo de la baraja espaola
J3Tejido muy tenue.
14Anotacin,
15Provincia del Canad.
17Crculos o redondeles.
1Hornillo porttil.
1|Conducto del apararto
i digestivo,
tElevar, alzar.
IRey, en latn.
Hiio de Can.
Alimento provincial.
Elemento electroltico.
Precipitacin de nieve.
Nombre de mujer.
Adverbio de modo.
Igual al 17 horizontal.
Metal precioso, Pl. Inv.
*4JOnomatopeya del ruido.
41Costado.
44Pompa, ostentacin.
4TDrama musical.
8*Nombre de mujer.
8Que contienen arena.
84 Dios de los egipcios.
6Cabeza de ganado.
56Domestiqu,
itPiedra llana.
Agarradera.
-Te atreves.
VERTICALES:
tManzana.
1 Rezan.
3Regln.
4Del verbo osificar.
8 Autillo.
8Clase de pez del Caribe.
7Extremidad Ue las aves, Pl.
8Igual al 16 horizontal.
DfS/lRftEGLO
ESTOMACAL?
iO,.
* K
Tme ei calmante
B/smof
y vuelva a sentirse bien!
PErrOBISMOL ES DE ACCIN MODE.
V.AOA, Cubre lai irritadas membranas
1 IHiiuco inietiinot coa una ts>
la clmame y protectora, ayuda as,
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los lquidos. Inv.
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16 Piel de la cara.
20Dicho d palabra.
22Querer con amor.
24Escuela Nacional Argentina,
Inic.
25Hoja purgante, Inv.
26Que se reproducen por
medio de huevos.
28Aparato de pesca.
30Escuchar.
31Embarcacin, nave.
33Mujer de calidad.
35De patas iguales.
3P,Emanaciones que afectan el
olfato.
41Embuste o trampa.
43Tratamiento espaol.
44Canoa mexicana.
45 Frasco de vidrio.
46Antigua capital de Irlanda.
48Demostrativo, Pl.
49Capital europea.
50Demostrativo.
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El Primer Ciclo de Aguadulce
puede declararse en huelga
Fue develado en Ro Hato el
retrato de Dn. Manuel Patino
RIO HATO, Julio 6 (Por el
Corresponsal) En un .ctu
imponente, pleno de sinceridad
y de reconocimiento de sus ir.-
:itos fu develado hoy en el au-
la mxima de la Escuela de tilo
Hato, por su hijo Lollto el re-
t ato del doctor Manuel Patino,
retrato obsequiado por la fami-
lia Patino, al Centro de Cola-
boracin que lleva su nombre.
Al recibir este cuadro, la seo-
rita Natividad Medina, en nom-
bre del Centro' manifest a Do-
a Dbora Vda. de Patine '. a
sus hijos don Lollto y don Ben-
jamn aqu presentes que el
Centro mantendra con orgullo
este retrato, porque el docti;
Patino fu, ante todo, educador
> como tal le toc plasmar, mo-
delar el carcter y la conciencia
de varias generaciones, que >n
se puede decir con seguri-
dad las mismas que hoy lu-
chan y se retuercen por conse-
guir un Panam de hombres
ignos y honrados.
Algunas ancdotas fueron re-
cordadas por sus exalumiiTs-
Don Marcelino Qulrs y Q., de
la graduacin del 13 del Institu-
to Nacional y exalumno del doc-
tor Patino hizo recuerdos ca-
los y conmovedores de la vla
del colegio pasados al lado del
querido profesor.
Fu muy grata tambin para
este Centro de Colaboracin
reunido hoy en la Escuela de
Rio Halo recibir la honrosa vi-
sita de su Excelencia el seor
Ministro de Educacin. Ingene-
lo Don Ricardo J. Bermof.:-.
quien haciendo tiempo en ios
muchas ocupaciones diarlas ne-
jo hasta este Centro para po^
nerse en contacto directo con
os maestros de las zonas ruia-
ks y urbanas del sector de An-
ton y poder or entre otras c>-
sas todas las sugestiones que se
le hicieran.
Ene asi como el seor Mh.lo-
tio. quien cuenta con una gran
simpata entre las maestros de
la Repblica, se dirigi a los
maestros antoneros manifestar1-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
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Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
doles coo Ja franqueza y seui-
.iez que .le son caracterstica
^ue el Ministerio a su cargo es-
t empeadb en resolver vien-
do siempre los altos intereses
de la Patria loe problemas de
a Educacin Nacional Con una
economa dijo en pkna
Lancarrota no puedo sino en-
tume con luto en el cosaron
pensando en que, a pesar de que
ia Constitucin y las Leyes asig-
nan prioridad en los asuntos
econmicos de educacin, stos
no se pueden resolver como se-
ria de desear por no contarse
con fondos suficientes.
Esto no implica que he de
ci usarme de brazos y que he d
dejar de luchar hasta conse-
guir mejores tiempos para la
educacin Nacional.
El interior continu dicien-
do abarca lo dos tercios e
ia poblacin de la Repblica y
por tal razn la escuela pana-
mea debe actuar en tal oiuia
que se haga clara y real la si-
tuacin de los panameos y no
estar como se est pensando
siempre en una economa mi-
lagrera.
Debo s sigui diciendo el
Ministro Bermdez contar CAO
el concurso honrado d- tocias-
maestros, alumnos, profesores y
padres de familia porque el -
que yo sospeche siquiera que no
cuento con este respaldo dejara
la alta posicin que actualmo..-
ic ocupo para que sea servida for
otra persona que cuente con el
resoaldo de Uds.
Despus de almorzar con ios
maestros el seor Ministro e-
gres a a capital para atender
oros asuntos que requeran, en
;a tarde, su atencin.
Pasados estos actos las labo-
ies del centro de Colaboracin
continuaron hasta escoger la
Directiva que debe actuar Ju -
rante este primer semestre es-
colar- ,
Se hace sugerencia
al Jefe del Trnsito
desde La Chorrera
Hemos recibido la siguiente
carta:
La Chorrera 28 de Junio de
1551.
eor Don:
Marcos. A. 8olis
Jefe de la Seccin de Trniito.
L. S. D.
Eslimado seor:
El Comit Pro Mejoras de La
Chorrera, ha sido informaoc
por algunos padres de familia
ce Nuevo Arraljan y Nuevo Una
tar donde sus hijos distan de
as Escuelas, que los buses de
la ruta 12 de La Chorrera las
prestan su cooperacin condu-
cindoles a los nios a sus res-
pectivas escuelas gratuitamente.
Pero resulta que esta bom-atl
de los conductores les trae per-
juicios de perder pasajeros. p.. ios vehculos de San Canos,
Chame y Caplra en la msflana
y la tarde, se adelantan cogien-
do todos los pasajeros que n
Existe gran descontento por
la carencia de aulas donde
los profesores den sus clases
AGUADULCE, 5 de Julio (Co-
responsal) Imponente mani-
festacin realiz Primer Ciclo
Aguadulce en protesta por la
falta de Aulas donde poder re-
cibir clases. Hoy llegaron pro-
fesores que faltaban y encuen-
trnse estupefactos ante lo an-
gustioso del oroblema de la
carencia de Aulas.
El pueblo aguadulcefio tiene
terreno, piedras y arena listos
para iniciar la construccin de
la escuela secundaria de aqu.
Ojal se le d a este esforzado
pueblo las mismas garantas
iB.50.oOOi que el Gobierno Na-
cional le dio a Penonom, para
con esta suma mas el aporte
voluntarlo empezar esta obra
Inmediatamente. Los alumnos,
ante la gravedad de la sita
clon, estn considerando llevar
a efecto un paro general, se-
guiremos informando.
Reporte Semanal
El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
Complace la rehabilitacin
de aeropuertos en campos del
Interior de la Repblica
DIVALA. Julio 5 (Correspon-
sal) Oran complacencia ha
causado a los moradores de es-
te Corregimiento, la noticia de
la habilitacin de los aeropuer-
tos de todo el pas. En Dlval
tenemos uno de ochocientos
cincuenta metros de largo,
construido con el esfuerzo co-
munal donde pueden aterrizar
todo el tiempo aviones. Esta
mejora ha permitido salvar
muchas vidas ya que no hay
transporte rpido por otros
medios por falta de caminos.
Esta comunidad siempre ha
brindado aporte decidido para
mejoras de servicio comunal,
pero el Gobierno nunca ha que-
rido ayudarla. Ahora estamos
esperando prometida ayuda pa-
ra caminos, puentes y otras
obras de urgente necesidad.
Ojal ahora no s nos deje
otra ves olvidados.
ese trayecto encuentran y que
resulta de esta prctica antiso-
cial, que los bondadosos conduc-
tores de la ruta 12 con frecuen-
cia se dan los casos de llegar a
Panam nicamente con 2 o 3
-pasajeros, y asi ni la gasolina
se costean.
Creemos que ellos como pa-
nameos estn en el deber pa-
tritico de cooperar con la E-
eula. Esos nios, hijos de pa-
dres pobres sin recursos para pa
f,ar todos los das el transporte
son merecedores a recibir ets
beneficio- Esas chivas conforme
cogen los pasajeros tambin de-
ben recoger los nios y asi se
dividen el negocio, y no sc:r.
los pasajeros para ellos y, nios
para la ruta 12.
Esperamos, que Ud. se intere-
se a ver al puede solucionar to-
te problema de tanto inteis
para los trabajadores de la rita
12..
De Ud. sus attos. y 8. S.
Por el Comit Pro Mejoras de
La Chorrera.
Jallo Prudencio Avals
Cdula 49-3571
Jos Santas Afollar
Cdula 18-17836
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PENETRO
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BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
AVISO DE CONCURSO DE PRECIOS Y DE
CANCELACIN DE UNA LICITACIN
Se avisa a los interesados que se ha cancelado la lici-
tacin proyectada para el dia 28 de los corrientes para el
suministro al Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial de 5.000
quintales de papas americanas.
A la vez se anuncia que hasta las 10 de la maana del
da 15 de los corrientes se recibirn propuestas para el su-
ministro de dos mil (2.0O0) quintales de papas importadas
tipo A-l en sacos nuevos.
Los interesados pueden concurrir a las oficinas del Ban-
co durante las horas de trabajo con el fin de obtener el
correspondiente pliego de cargos y especificaciones.
Panam. Julio 2 de 1961.
EDUAKDO VALLARINO,
Gerente.
MORS Afma/MMS?
Ya no me me /estaw
Si le atormentan
dolores articulares,
entorpeciendo cada
movimiento que usted
hace, es posible que 1
exceso de cido rico
sea la causa.
Usted debe ayudar a su
Organismo a librarlo de
los venenos j desechos,
como l exceso de cido
rico, que conspiran
contra su salud.
Par* tilo, recurra a lat
Pildoras D Witt para lea
Rones y la Vejiga, cono-
cidsimo diurtico.
Las Pildoras De Witt,
por su accin diurtica,
activan los riftenes, ayu-
dndolos eliminar loa
desechos y venenos que s
forman constantemente
en el Organismo.
Se hallan en venta en
todas las farmacias del
pas, en frascos d 40 y
100 pildoras.
msmrsia ssivAnica
Pildoras Di WITT
para los RinonC'
Se crear en Caplra
el "Da del Botiqun"
CAPIRA, Julio S de 1951.
Con el fin de aumentar el
' Botiqun Escolar" y prestar
efectiva ayuda en casos de pri-
meros auxilios, la Escuela Fe-
derico Boyd de Caplra, ha te-
nido la iniciativa de fijar el 9
de Julio como "Dia del Boti-
qun". Para la feliz realizacin
de esta idea se llevar a cabo
un acto cultural, la noche de
ese dia, con puntos alusivos.
Tomar posesin la Directiva
de la Cruz Roja Juvenil ante ia
presencia de los padres de Fa-
milia y dems Invitados.
Para dar ms realce al acto,
la Direccin de la Escuela est
haciendo gestiones para conse-
guir que empleados del Depar-
tamento de Salubridad dicten
conferencias sobre Higiene esa
noche, realizndose asi una
verdadera labor educativa d
positivos beneficios para esta
comunidad.
El Personal Docente espera
la cooperacin de todos aque-
llos que tengan la buena volun-
tad de contribuir al buen xito
de esta Iniciativa, principal-
mente al Departamento de Sa-
lud Pblica, al comercio y los
amigos de esta Escuela.
Comit a Prensa.
LAS RESERVAS SON MENORES
QUE HACE UN ASO
Los mercados de arroz se
mantuvieron casi estables du-
rante la semana pasada, pero
los precios continuaron mayo-
res que el ao pasado entre
$1.02.00 el quintal, segn In-
formes del Departamento de
Agricultura de Estados Unidos.
Los altos precios reflejan la
esc ases de las reservas, las
cuales son menores que las del
ao pasado en 1,200,000 quin-
tales. La nueva cosecha con-
tina progresando tanto en Ca-
lifornia como en el cinturn a-
rrocero del Sur, excepto Loui-
siana. Ligeros chubascos ayu-
daron mucho la cosecha en
este sector pero se necesita ms
lluvia con urgencia.
ARROZ EN CASCARA
Las transacciones de arroz
en cascara estuvieron bastan-
te flojas y los recibos bajaron
notablemente. Los molinos del
Sur recibieron solo un poco ms
de 199,000 quintales de arroz en
cascara durante mayo, lo q' ha-
ce un gran total de 28,28,000 qq.
desde agosto del ao pasado.
Las posibilidades de una bue-
na cosecha son favorables en
Tejas y otros sectores del Sur,
excepto en las reas de New
Iberia en Tejas Ligeros chu-
bascos han ayudado bastante la
cosecha en estos sectores pero
le ha caldo la lluvia necesa-
ria para eliminar la amenaza
del agua salada. La cosecha de
Arkansas ha sido reportada co-
mo de condiciones favorables y
las posibilidades son buenas en
la mayora de los sectores.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
Hubo muy poco cambio en
el mercado de arroz descasca-
rado. Las demandas del mer-
cado interno y d los expor-
tadores continuaron siendo flo-
jas y las transacciones con los
territorios estuvieron restring*
das por las dificultades obreras
en Puerto Rico y Hawaii. Las
reservas de arroz descascarado
disponibles para su distribucin
eran de 5.3 millones de quin*
tales, comparadas con .4 millo*
nes de quintales hace ua ao.
Las transacciones de arros
descascarado continuaron fio*
Jas en los principales centros
de molienda y distribucin. Loa
precios se mantuvieron casi al
mismo nivel que la semana pa-
sada y continuaron siendo ua
dlar mayores que el ao pa-
sado para los granos grandes
y dos dlares para los granos
pequeos. Al finalizar la sema-
na el Rexoro No. 2 y el Blue-
bormet estaban cotizados ea
Nueva Orleans a $11.25, el Nlr
a $10.85 y el Zenith a $10.25-
10.50.
En Nueva York los precios
continuaron sin cambio alguno
y los granas grandes estaban
cotizados a $13.00 el quintal; el
Zenith a $11.75-12.00, el For-
tuna a $12.00-12.25; el Cali-
fornia Pearl a $10.25-10.75.
La cosecha del Brasil para
1651 est calculada en 66 mi-
llones de quintales de arroz en
cascara, comparados con 70 mi-
llones en 1950. La reduccin en
la produccin se debe en parte
a que se ha sembrado un seis
por ciento menos, lo que deja
un saldo de 2,500,000 de hec-
treas sembradas este ao.
La cosecha de arroz en Rio
Grande do Sul est calculada
en 13,230,000 quintales de arros
en cascara o saa un poco ma-
yor que la produccin de 1950.
El Instituto de Arroz de R
Grande do Sul anunci que el
precio del arroz ser de $163
por quintal de Agulba, $8.32 por
quintal de Bluerose y $7.47 tior
quintal de arroz Japons. Los
nuevos precios representan un
aumento de casi 15 por ciento
sobre los precios mximos fi-
jados el ao pasado.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
ADMINISTRACIN GENERAL
DE RENTAS INTERNAS
AVISO
Por este medio se informa a las perso-
nas residentes en las afueras de la ciu-
dad (San Francisco de la Caleta, Saba-
nas y Juan Daz) que los recibos de co-
bro del Acueducto Nacional estarn lis-
to! para ser distribuidos a partir del da
dieciseis (16) del ao en curso.
S pagar con descuento hasta el 31
de Julio, a la par hasta el 15 de Agosto
y de esa fecha en adelante con recargo.
La Red Panamericana
anuncia un
"primerazo"
La direccin de la Red Panamericana con-
sidera haber logrado otro xito ms para el
pblico panameo en presentar esta noche a
las 8 p.m. "El Diario de Una Mujer."
"El Diario de Una Mujer" es una dramatiza-
cin radial obra del insigne escritor cubano,
Samuel Caldevilla quien descubri el tema de
su obra por medio del Aviso Oportuno del Pa-
nam Amrica. Cmo? Un da del mes pasado
l direccin de la Red Panamericana avis a
los concurrentes de sus estudios que haban en-
contrado un diario abandonado... Samuel Cal-
devilla ley el auncio, le intrig-el desarrollo y
accin contenido en l... y la Panamericana tie-
ne hoy un primerazo!
"El Diario de Una Mujer" ser, desde esta
noche a las 8 en los labios de Anita Villalaz una
realidad que captar lo corazones de todo Pa-
nam.
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JUEVES. JUMO 3, 151
t- PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
--
PAGINA CINCO
>
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
^ocia
r\eda
ccin
Social
Telfono I-S1U
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: S:00 a 10:00 a.m.
Apartad 184
Recepcin
SE. el Rmbajador de Vene-
zuela, seor Enrique Castro Go-
mes y seora Consuelo def Cas-
tro Gmez ofrecen hoy una re-
cepcin en su residencia de 0
P-m. a 8 p.m. en conmemora-
cin del 140o. aniversario de 'a
Independencia de Venezuela,
para la cual han circulado In-
vitaciones. BJE. el Embajador y
la 8ra. de Castro Gmez, reci-
bieron durante la maana de
hoy. a todos los miembros de
la colonia venezolana residen-
tes en Panam.
Cocktail
Para agasajar al seor Ga-
briel Tudela y seora quienes
pasaron varios das en Panam,
la seora 8aTlta M. de David-
son ofreci un cocktail en su
residencia.

Comodidad
para su nene...
con el Talco special qua ali-
via irritaciones y salpullido
...Talco Johnson! Puro,
suave, refrescante, es tam-
bin insuperable part adul-
tos. selo!
Despedida de Soltera
Las seoras Brunhllde M. de
Posse y Bonla M. de De Corral
ofrecen hoy un t en la resi-
dencia de la seora de Del Co-
rreal, para agasajar a la seo-
rita Mara Teresa Healy, quien
contraer matrimonio prxima-
mente.
Almuerzo
Para agasajar a su hijo Jef-
frey con motivo de su cumple-
aos, el seor Charles F. Kline
y seora Audrey E. de Kllne
ofrecieron ayer un almuerzo en
su residencia.
Se renen el Domingo
los Farmacutico
La Asociacin Nacional de
Farmacuticos, se reunir 1
Domingo ocho de Julio, en el
Instituto Nacional a las diez
7 media de la maana, para
escoger la Nueva Directiva que
regir los destinos de la Aso-
ciacin durante el ao en cur-
so. Tambin se dar a conocer
para su debida consideracin
y aprobacin, el Proyecto de
Decreto de Reglamentacin de
la Farmacia que ha elabora-
do la comisin integrada por
farmacuticos que design la
Direccin de Salud Pblica.
JESS EDUARDO, esta noche a las nueve
y media en la Red Panamericana
all de Palacios. Nos alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora de la seorita Carmen
Mndez, quien abandon el
hospital Santo Toms.
Festival en el Club Unin
Estn ya terminndose los
preparativos para el gran festi-
val que tendr lugar maana
viernes en el Club Unin, aus-
piciado por las Damas Guada-
lupanas, para recoger fondos
para fines benficos. La entra-
da costar solamente SO cen-
tavos y se presentirn n-
meros musicales y de varieda-
des, cuyos intrpretes sern
distinguidas damas y caballeros
de nuestra sociedad.
De los Estados Unidos
Saludamos cordlalmente a la
seorita Maritza de Obafrio
Ehrman, quien regres hoy de
los Estados Unidos.
Est nerviosa, nfranqui/a,
das antes de/a MISFOSICION
MENSUAL PERIDICA?
Los trastornos femeninos
mensuales la debilitan, la po-
nen nerviosa e intranquila unos
das antes de la indisposicin?
Tome el Compuesto Vegetal de
Lydia X. Finkbsm para ali-
viarse. Produce un efecto se-
dante, antlespasmdico, en uno
i* ios rgano jtmenno de
mayor importando. Ejerce su
benfica accin en el sistema
nervioso simptico.
Aun haea ms que aliviar los
dolores mensuales el Com-
puesto de Pinlcbam. Alivia la
nerviosidad e irritabilidad que
los precede. Tomando con re-
gularidad esta admirable medi-
cina se orea resistencia a estos
m lestarts femeninos. Pruebe
COMPUESTO VEGETAL de Lydia E. Pinkham
i
Para Sur Amrica
Despus oe haber pasado va-
rios das en nuestra capital,
continuaron ayer su viaje ha-
cia Lima el seor Gabriel Tu-
dela y seora. Los despedimos.
Despedimos cordlalmente a la
Arta. Florence Bonhard, quien
sigui hoy para Ecuador y Pe-
r, despus de haba pasado
varios das en Panam, hus-
ped del Dr. Octavio Mndez Pe-
relra y ara. Luz G. de Mndez.
Para Europa
Despus ue haber pasado va-
rios alas entre nosotros, hospe-
dados en el Hotel l Panam
continuaron hoy su viaje hacia
Londres el Cnsul de Gran Bre-
taa en Call, Colombia, seor
Arthur w. Lawrence y seora
Muy feliz viaje les deseamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos cordlalmente al
seor Alfredo I. Arango y seo-
ra Mercedes c. de Arango, quie-
nes cumplieron ayer el octavo
aniversario de su matrimonio.
Bautizo
Con el nombre de Mara de
las Mercedes fu bautizada
ayer, en la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey. la primognita del seor
Fernando Eleta y seora Mer-
cedes c. de Eleta. Fueron sus
padrinos la seora Dora B. de
Boyd y d seor Ignacio Fie-
rro. Formulamos votos por la
felicidad de la nueva cristiana.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento le de-
seamos al seor Jos Antonio
Zubteta. quien sufre quebran-
tos de sa'ud en la Clnica San
Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
ora. Manuellta V. de Morrice
Sra. Teodolinda A. de* lesea.
Sra. Mayra N. de Eatrlpeaut.
Sra. Stella S. de Rula Vernac-
cl.
Nio Demetrio Tercero Korsl
Nio Adolfo P. Tinker.
Carmen M. Cedeo.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Enriqueta R. de Acua.
Hacia Estados Unidos
Anoche parti en El nter-
Americano hacia Miami y La
Habana la seora Aura S. de
Ramrez en 7iaje de descanso.
Le deseamos feliz viaje.
Mejora
Complacidos anotamos la me-
jora de la nia Laura Ernes-
tina Quintero que sufra que-
brantos de salud.
Nueva Residencia
El Sr. Guillermo J. Romero
y Sra. Carmen G. de Romero
han trasladado su residencia a
San Francisco de la Caleta Ave.
la. No. 4 donde se ponen a la
orden de sus amistadas.
Matrimonio
En una ceremonia privada
llevada a cabo en la Iglesia de
St. Mary's en Balboa, Zona del
Canal, se Juraron amor eterno
el culto caballero Sr. Warren
Clifton Um y la Srta. Cecilia
Aizpura. El Joven matrimonio
aprovecha la oportunidad para
darle participacin a todas sus
amistades, mientras que noso-
tros hacemos votos por su eter-
na felicidad.
RELIGIOSAS
Apostolado de la Oracin
Iglesia de San Francisco ciudad
Hoy Jueves, como vspera de
Primer viernes la Hora Santa
ser de 5 a 6 p.m.
Esta tarde habr confesores
en el templo.
El da 8 Primer Viernes. Las
misas comenzarn a las 8, 5.80.
8.30, 7.30, 8.30; quedando el
Santsimo expuesto hasta el
medio dia comenzando desde la
misa de 6.30.
Por la noche a las 7.30 Expo-
sicin del 8antislmo-Rosario-
Sermn y Bendicin final.
Jess Eduardo, llamado eon justicia "El actor del verso" y artista
multiple, uno de los valiosos puntales de la Red Panamericana,
recitara esta noche a las 9:38 como cortesa de "Las 3 amigas del
Pueblo: "Blskayna, El Baturro y Mercado Biikavna, la Farmacia
Nacional, en Avenida Central No. 81 y la Sastrera "Basar Fran-
ces". Jess Eduardo ha escogido un ameno y variado programa
ue seguramente ser del agrado de todos los oyentes de la Red
. Panamericana.
Bosquejan objetivos
militares de E. U.
en Alemania
WASHIGTON, Julio (USIS)
El desenvolvimiento de la
Repblica Federal Alemana pa-
nana viernes la grata fecha de
su cumpleaos. Hasta la ciu-
dad de Panam en donde re-
side, le hacemos llegar nuestras
felicitaciones.
Tambin festeja maana sus
natales la nllta Ida Mara He-
rrera, hija del seor Indalecio
Herrera y seora Digna de He-
rrera. Formulamos votos por su
creciente dicha y ventura per-
sonal.
Abandonan el Hospital
En vas de franca convale-
cencia abandon ayer el hospi-
tal Santo Tomas la seora Abt-
EL MEJOR SISTEMA DE CLUB
Sociales di Coln
Pe JUDITB BERTONCLNi
Tai iftf Aptdo lM
Cumpleaos de* hoy
. La seora doa Sofa Estenos
de Ferrari cumple aos hoy
Jueyes. Por tal motivo, nos es
grato enviarle nuestras sinceras
felicitaciones en este dia.
De los Estados Unidos
Se encuentra de nuevo en-
tre nosotros, despus d* haber
pasado unas vacaciones en las
Estados Unidos la seora doa
Petra de Vsquez. Por ste me-
dio le hacemos llegar nuestro
carioso saludo de bienvenida.
Cumpleaos do maana
El Jovencito Arturlto Vlez
Valdes, hijo del seor don Car-
los Arturo Vlez y seora Rosa
Valds de Vlez, festeja en el
dia de maana un ao ms
de vida. Lo felicitamos y es-
Sramos que les pase muy ton-
tito..
La graciosa nia Sohaila Hal-
wany, hija del seor Pemmy
Halwany y seora, celebra ma
Ds Bogot, Colombia
Despus de haber pasado unas
merecidas vacaciones en la her-
mana Repblica de Colombia,
se encuentra de nuevo entre
nosotros la seora Lilla de Vs-
quez. Para ella nuestro saludo.
tamavalito en el Club
do Extranjeros
Continan los preparativos
para el carnavallto que el Club
Estudiantil ofrece el sbado en
los salones del Club de Extran-
jeros, en honor a los estudiantes
que vienen a pasar sus vaca-
clones al lado de sus familiares.
La entrada costar solamente
un balboa para caballeros. Es-
te acto bailable ser amenizado
por la orquesta "Troplcana".
ra convertirse en miembro co-
operativo de las naciones libres
es "el objetivo bsico" de la
poltica de los Estados Unidos
en Alemania, segn declara
John J. McCloy, alto comisio-
nado de Estados Unidos en A-
lemanla.
En discurso pronunciado por
radio, McCloy dijo que se ha
hechu un significativo comlen-
ao hacia la realizacin de esa
meta.
"Creo" agreg "que estos co-
mienzos son lo suficientemente
slidos para justificar la con-
fianza en Alemania Occidental
como Integrante de la defensa
del Oeste".
Una lgica consecuencia de
la participacin de Alemania en
el sistema de defensa seria el
reintegro a ella de gran par-
te de la soberana segn lo de-
cidieron los Ministros de Rela-
ciones Exteriores de los Estados
Unidos, Gran Bretaa y Fran-
cia en la conferencia que se ce-
lebr en Bruselas en diciembre
pasado.
"Hay. desde luego, riesgos en
nuestras decisiones sobre Ale-
mania", agreg, "pero es sen-
sato y necesario que corramos
estos riesgos. En el mundo oc-
cidental las naciones deben ser
Ubres. La necesidad mas desta-
cada de hoy es la alineacin de
las naciones Ubres en una de-
terminanda unin de defensa
de un orden civilizado que per-
mite la libertad individual.
"La magnitud de las cuestio-
nes que estn en Juego justifica
los mayores esfuerzos y sacri-
ficios de parte de las naciones
/^/o fe gustaran mejor
los thmos pollos BIRDS EYE?
Mo Mar perWkio.
B?a
cwanta
Club Cabana
NO SE EQUIVOQUE: ANTES DE COMPRAR SU CLUB
VISTENOS COMPARE PRECIOS Y CALIDAD
APARADOR ...............B/.2.00 VITRINA .................. .2.00
MESA COMEDOR ..........1/.T.2S SILLAS................./.0.75
CAMAS DOBLES...........B/.1.00 222.'..............,A2*
PEINADORAS
CMODAS ................B .1.25 ESPEJO. 36 x AS..........B/.2.50
"L*.C? As* I-*1* FACILIDADES DE PAOO
y los Linloe*." SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
________ AVE. CENTRAL No. 88 ------ Tel.: S-2484
. r
4
anuncia
SU INAUGURACIN OFICIAL
SAIAOO POR LA MAANA. 7 DE JULIO
EXHIBICIONES ACUTICAS 3 P.M.
ATENCIN
aro evitar dificultades, le sdvurre I uftMce
Su partir d sto fecho solo los socios del Club
Cabo** y hutspSees d El ttnami pueden hacer
uso de le platino. Lo inscripcin por* socios del Club
Cobo* se correr* l 1 do Agosto.
Per m|s informes sobre i Club CabOno srvate
llomor l Gerente. Telfono 3-1660.
Falleci en esta
ciudad prominente
ciudadano liberal
El seor don Pedro Lpez.,
quien ocup prominentes posi-
ciones dentro del Gobierno Li-
beral, falleci en esta ciudad.
El seor Lpez, fu Adminis-
trador dr- la Renta de Licores.
Jefe de la Seccin de Ingresos,
en las Administraciones del Dr.
Bellsarlo Porras v don Rodolfo
Chiari.
Hacemos llegar nuestra sen-
tida condolencia a sus hijos.
Julio, Josefina, Adelaida y
Eduardo Alberto Lpez, y de-
ms deudos.
democrticas del mundo. En es-
ta tarea los Estados unidos tie-
nen una tremenda responsabi-
lidad directriz. El aporte ms
grande que podemos hacer hoy
dia es dar al mundo un clara
prueba de que estamos en ca-
pacidad para llevar esta, res-
ponsabilidad".
El Panam
Noche Estudiantil
FIESTA ACUTICA
Viernes, 6 de Julio
B/ 1.00 por persona
. REFRESCOS
NATACIN
PING-PONG
DIVIRTASE!
7-10:30 p.m.
Para informes
Llame a Shirlita Smith
Tel. 3-1660
Extensin 218.
legria
de vivir!
Qu fresco y cmodo se siente su
nene cuando lo lava con Jabn
Johnson y le una un poquito de
Aceite Johnson! El aceite evita irri-
tacin de la piel .. El jabn re-
fresca y suaviza. Ambos favorecen
la piel ... proporcionan bienestar.
ACEITE
Y
JABN
JOHNSON
U awfar sor* l >* ...
U mfr para alt
jovWoHH-jjorvmov
PANQUEQUES AUNT JEMIMA
M.nl.q.lll. Stop S.lhlch..
CaM
Los nansimos Panqueques Aunt
Jemim se preparan en un dos por
tres, porque tienen ya listos. Todo
lo que usted tiene qu hacer ea
asresar ijual pane d* leche o asna
a la receta Bsica, batir y a la aar-
ten. La sartn debe estar resillr-
seme calieott y untada con grata.
Se dora el panqueque primero por
un lado y luego por el otro ...ya
comer. Son exquisitos!
NO U1W1I MMMtMOON... TAN FACtl M HM
LA LEV AMIR A MTsai OR A S4.I M ANTA O
|S Uona le I y aaldi santa y p*ellloi! Compre aa U **
le Monea aea vos apa and enri* de Lvd Soca da Flalscbnuno, en.
Snrl La Mera Levadora Sota te ootioa iosMs,
FUtscboMM M casiom (rato on lo
JUpiail aarnanm. Si oanol tornea
a cans, teo a I mano a >
y vori con immwIs
levan, mil IS,
i. I
i.
.. |lo WHdotnt ojo snioa m
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fagina sen
tea.
UBim
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN?*
JUEVES, JULIO 5,-WfJf
Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc yV
Que la ruta al Departamento efe los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nutstros Agtntes Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
72 palabras.
3( por caia
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ara. Ttrall No. 4
tii. :-wi
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
raiqne Ce l.tf
Parnaai
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ait. I d> Jalla
Til. I-M4I
BOTICA CARLTON
Ara. Mflndr lt.ee*
ItL 2i5-Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA.AMERICANO
C.ll 12 Oaatt N*. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Salle "H" No. *7 Panana
v*. CBlrml 11-17-Caite.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
.1 VINOIN:Clare*, tueane irar..
cara acanalaos. Fia-Tai (eaHn
a aladar aa' cala i ratee) maa'e-
<, lavaminaa, excuieCa, te.
toa arctlcc mil bajoi n plata.
AOINCIAS GLOBALES. Via etea-
Aa. Iltaande lira Fraata. Tai.
1-1503.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendente, planta baja, cinco divi-
siones, cerca escuela Puerto Rico,
Carrasquilla. Telfono 3-4406.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
cuartos, ventilado, en Pueblo Nue-
vo, frente Transstmico, por B.30.
00. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
VENDEMOS Tinacos reglamentarios, -~
bebederos, pollos, cales, cual- 5E ALQUILA; Aportamento dos
. qu.er trabojo hojoiotero. Buenos' /tos, servicios, cocino, Porque
tefevre. Infrmese Firmocia L-
melo, Tel. 2-0539. Calle P No. I.
i SE VENDE:Coche pora baby, mar- rr .,.,.,. ,------r------m
ca 'Thayer De Luxe", excelentes SE ALQUILA:Por B 5.00,
condiciones, B. 15.00. Telfono 3-1
2242, Ponomi. I
SE VENDE:Modera usado para for-
rnaletas a seis centavos el pie cua-
drado. Plywood de H" en tama- 5
os de 3 x 8 a diez
pie cuadrado. Ocurra
Nacional en Poitilla.
apar-
tamento de dos racimaros, sala co-
medor y cocina. A familia peque-
o. Ocurra Apto. 5. Via Espaa
IC6, frente garita policio.
centavos el'
ol Abattoir
ALQUILA:Apartamento amplio,
fresco, servicios independientes,
Avenida 7o., Sar> Francisco No. 92.
Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, buenos referencias. B>jen
} sueldo. Via Porras No. 100.
i "
fSE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo. Calle la. No.
* 13.
SE NECESITA:Un cocinera. Ave-
nida Tivoli No. 406-B.
SE NECESITA: Empleada, oficios
domsticos. B. 10.00 mensuales.
Edificio Penonom, Depto. 130.
SE NECESITAN:Dos empleodas se-
rias para trabajo general de caso.
Dormir en trobojo. Calle 15, Poi-
tilla 117.
SE NECESITA;Emplead paro trt-'
bajo domstico. Plaza de Francio
No. 2. alto*. |
5E NECESITA: Buenp lovndera- '
p'anchadora. pora dos dios de fra-
baio. Ave. Mxico No. II.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
recamaros, sola-comedor, dos ser-
vicios sanitarios, esquina casa
56. Avenida Norte altos. Ocurr
oficina rriendos Plaz 2 de Ene-
/ ro, frente Hotel San Jos.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en re-
sidencia concreto, solo, comedor,
cocina, recmara, patio. B.45.00
mensuales. Urbanizacin La Pra-
dero. Los Sobnos. Tel 3-2796,
frente Estacin Gasolina Porque Le-
fevre.
SE VENDE:Residencia confortable,
completamente amoblada, lugar
atrayente, con cuatro recmaras.
dos solos, 2 garages, cuarto em-
pleados, jardines, etc. en Paitilla.
Facilidades de pago. Precia muy
reducido. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
4
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ti
S
r-
*
s.
I
1
i-
1907 ms 1907 mis 1907 ms
. 1 Las Cifras i
hablan por s mismas
El mes pasado EL PANAMA
AMERICA vendi 3830 avi-
so* clasificados, cifra no
igualada por los dems
. diarios de la ciudad que,
combinados, vendieron so-
lamente 1923.

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8
3
I
1907 ms
1907 ms
1907 ms
ACEITE
ELDORADO
RINDE MAS...
ES MAS ECONMICO.'.'.
USE SIEMPRE
Aceite ELDORADO
De Venta en
COMISARIATO
BELLA VISTA
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos

SE NECESITA:Emplead paro ser-
vicio de casa, deber saber plan-
char y tener referencias. Calle 32
Este No. 27.
JE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te con referencias y que duerma en
el: trabajo. Magnifico sueldo. Con-
sulado General del Uruguoy. Colle
32 No. 6. _________
SE NECESITA:Empleada par coci- !
nar y lavar. Cebe saber cecinar
y lavor bien y dormir empleo. Ave.
Per No. 65, bojos, izquierdo.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto claro, venti-
lado. Persona responsable. Vista
Hermosa. Tel. 3-2837.
SE VINDE:Chevrolet 1942 Pfek-
uo, 1-2 tonelada, excelentes con-
dicional. Coto 0954. Coll. Ami-
SE VENDE:Pontioc 1950 con Hy-
dromatic. color azul, llantas nue-
vos, ltimo precio B.2,100.00.
Llame Tel. 2-0860 de 7:30 a 12
p. m. y 1 :30 o 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:1-2 ton Pick-up 1941,
buenas condiciones, B.350.00. Te-
lfono 3-3424.
GANGA! Packard 1947, modelo Su-
per-Clipper. Motor y Carrocerip
perfecto estado. Llantas y tapicera
nuevas. Derechos pagados. Precio
especial de 8.1.000.00. Valo en
No. 17 Calle 25 Oeste. Pregunte
por el Sr. Sucre.
K NECESITA:Empleod poro ofi-
cios domsticos. Dormir en el em-
pleo. Buenas referencias. Barriada
Miroflores 44 o Escuela Salvador
2.________________________
SE COMPRA
SH COMPRAPlancha vapor "Silex"
y Refrigeradora Servel kerosene 4
pies. Llamar Sra. Beatriz, Tel. 3-
0733.
SE ALQUILAN:2 cuartos con ali-
I mentocin. B.60.00 y B.70.00 por
mes, entrada independiente. Calle
I 45 No. 34.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado
B 6.00 por semana, para hombre,
Avenida Lefevre, Porque Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para personas
de buenos costumbres. Calle 5a.
No. 34 (altos).
___________i_____________________________ i_____;____________
,,_,, SE VENDE: Packard, club sedan,
bE ALQUILA:Cuarto omoblado con excelentes condiciones
cocina y balcn completamente
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. DI LEFEVRE Tel. 2-4332
VENDE LOTIS
P|0 inicio I mmi.no 1.100.00
Menteel i. 15.00
e Lotes con Collas y Acuuductor de
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 I mr.ro.
e Alquilamos equipo pesado paia
movimiento de tierra,
e Alquilarnos lotes o largos plazos,
e Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
SCmanoies ,
A veces una
SOGA e CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un eran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-048
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene poro la
venta Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE
Botes ? Motores
SE VENDE> 2 Dump Trucks Chevro-
let 1942. 4 yordas cada uno, ba-
ratsimo, perfectas condiciones, de-
rechos y placas pagos. Garage
Zappi, colle 17 Oeste No. 78.
SE VENDE:Planta elctrico "Onan"
1 1 -2 K. W. 60 ciclos, casi nueva.
Precio fuego, B. 150.00. Telfono
2-3792 desde las 10 . m.
independiente. Colle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto gronde. bien
amoblado, con entrado indepen-
diente, a persona o pareja serio,
sin nios. Avenido B No. 29, se-
gundo alto.
MISCELNEA
PERDIDA
mecnicas,
modelo 1946, cubreasientos nue-
vos, llantas en buenas condiciones.
Precio B.700.CO. Llamar Tel. 3-
0391. entre 7:30 o. m. a 4:30 p.
m., Panam.
"encontrado"
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUIL*:Local para oficina
arriba del Teatro Cenital
'alojamiento pora solteros a
mdicos en Ave. Per. No.
oreaos
24.
rforo pozos artesianos,
informocin 3-0931,
Hilbert.
Pora mayor
Charles J.)
PERDIDA carterito con licencio y c-
dula, del Sr. Alfredo Toblate Gar-
ca, B.5.00 de recompensa al que
lo devuelva a I oficina de este
peridico.
P.ncelodos Sanativas: Dr. Prez Fuen-
, tes, Cuba. Monchas, hongos, ec- i
* zimo, carache, picazn, etc. A-
gencia "Cubo", Tel. 2-I6M. A-1
portado 1072.
r.'o necesita ser calvo, la eoda del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hoce crecer el cabello. Qui-
er se vende en todos los buenas
formados.
AVISO:Lo renta del gu por el
trimestre vencido el 30 de Jumo
de 1951 debe ser pagada del pri-
mero el 17 de Julio de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municip! Engineer.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE: Coma de matrimonio,
B.25.00. Calle 40 No. 13, Tel. 3-
1574.___________________________
SE VENDE: Motivo viaje, estonte
cmodo con espejo octogonal, jue-
go de sala; perfectas condiciones,
barato, motivo viaje. Barrildo
Visto Hermos No. 200 X D.
SE LE HA PERDIDO A UD.?
Un DIARIO manuscrito de uno da-
ma, que fue olvidado en los Estudios' SE
de la Red Panamericana. Se suplico
a lo propietaria del mismo se sirvo
posar por nuestras oflcinos, en horas
laborables, donde lo ser devuelto
previo identificacin personal por ser
un documento de ndole privada y
tratar de asuntos ntimos.
SE ALQUILA: Local comercial o
porte de l. en Avenido Per No.
72, poro oficinas, agencias u otros
negocios. Lugar cntrico. Llame
Tel. 3-0624. Brumos.
TUBERAS:
NEGRAS y
GALVANIZADAS
en todos los tamaos
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
ALQUILA:Los bojos casa No.
50 calle 13 Oeste, ltimamente
ocupodos por Contina Patio Pa-
nomeo, todo liste poro obrir otra
cantina, tambin apropiado paro
refresquerio, tienda, almacn, o
depsito. Miguel Hive, telfono 3-
2145.
TROPICAL
HOY!
Tandas: 12:00 3:20 5. JO 7.00 5.55
Cuerpos y Almas sangran... Pero no Hablan!...
Usted no est compran-
do man cuando constru-
ye su casa. Usted est
haciendo una inversin
substancial y permanen-
te. Asegrese de la cali-
dad de sos materiales
comprndolos en
jTTfc
pr
SE VENDE:Una mquina lavadora
"EASY" Spin Dry, y un horno de
asar elctrico morca Westinghouse.
Llamar al telfono 4214 en Cu-
rund, despus de los 5 y 30 p. m. ;
SE VENDE:Barato, juego de sala,
comedor, recmara en perfeetss
condiciones. Colle 46 No. 19.
Apto. I.
SE NECESITA
General -
.SE NECESITA:Radio-Tcnico de
experiencia y con licencia par ma- <
nejar. Avenida Central No. 68. 11
SE NECESITA: Trabajador en cur-
I tiembre que sepo bien su oficio. !
De 6 a 8 p. m. en Ave. Central
151. entrado Cantina David.
i------------------------------- .
SE NECESITA:Dependiente compe-
tente, que sepa bien su oficio. Ave. I
B 61.
ISE NECESITA:Cuotro jvenes, am-
bos sexos. Bien representodos y ex-
periencia en ventas. Avenida Ctn-
trol 47 Apto. 23.
SE NECESITA:Operarios que ten-
gan experiencia manufacturo ropo
de hombre. Calle 13 E No. 14-5.
Ave. Norte S3 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Marlin Sota No. 3
Tel. 3-1424.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca d.- labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar cosa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendocin del
lugor donde troboj ontes. Ci.
Dul-idio Gonzlez N S. A. Fbri-
ca de Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8. .
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO queUd. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
BATERAS
"Eveready"
CLAVOS
Galvanizados para xinc
PICOS
y ZAPAPICOS
"Collins"
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Adems: Un Nuevo Canon en Colores con
"WOODY WOODPECKER' (El FJro Carpintero)
Lmparas
Modernas
de Casa
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 C 322
Tel 3-1713
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Tienen reunin hoy
ios miembros del
Club Lasalllsla
Hoy Jueves 5 de julio, a las
8 p.m., se llevar a cabo en
el colegio de La Salle de esta
ciudad, una Importante reunin
del Club Lasalllsla de Panam;
esta reunin es de gran Inters
para todos y los asuntos a tra-
tar son sumamente delicados,
por lo cual se pide la asisten-
cia de todos los socios para con-
tribuir a la mejor solucin de
todos los asuntos y problemas
que se han de debatir. Se so-
licita puntualidad en la asis-
tencia.
Los empleados
dios reprobables de que se va-
len para llevarla a cabo, la
corrupcin y el soborno, y para
que el Ministerio Pblico prac-
tique las investigaciones corres-
pondientes con los datos que
publicaremos prximamente.
Un Comit de Defensa desig-
nado por nosotros nos repre-
sentar en esta campaa..
Somos de usted con toda con-
sideracin, atentos servidores,
Comit de Defensa de Emplea-
dos de la Cia. Panamea de
Fuerza y Luz
Hoy se estrena "Amor Perdido*^
Las negociaciones
mandante de las Naciones l-
melas.
A sa reunin se enviarn
ties oficiales y dos interpreter,
y se ha pedido la seguridad de
ios miembros de sta misin
El mensaje de Ridgway deoln
asi:
'Bajo el presente plan, tres
oficiales de las Naciones Unis
cuyos rangos no sern maycics
que el de Coronel y dos intt-
piets uno chino y el otro >.o-
eano saldrn del aeropuerto
de Kimpo en Sel a las 9 de la
maana del domingo (7 de la
noche del sbadp hora local) en
un helicptero hacia Keasong.
En caso que el mal tiempo im-
pida el vuelo, la delegacin via-
jata en tres "Jeeps", los cualos
llevarn banderas blancas. Es-
Ios cruzarn el Rio Imjln al
noroeste de Sel a las S de la
maana'.
"A los periodistas se les per-
mitir estar presentes durante
la salida de la delegacin p-ro
:i podrn hacer preguntas a ios
representantes. Se permitir",
tomar pelculas y fotgrafos.
j Ningn periodista acompaar
a la delegacin ni podr entre r
j La reunin preliminar tratar
del arreglo de los detalles para
una conferencia formal de cese
de fuego.
No har poltica
electoral prximo sea absoluta-
mente puro y que es su deseo
que ningn funcionarlo pbli-
co Intervenga activamente en
la poltica partidarista.
La Convencin Nacional del
Partido que usted dignamente
dirige, me hizo el honor de
nombrarme miembro de su Di-
rectorio Nacional. Siguiendo la
poltica realada por el seor
Presidente sin que esto quiera
decir que me ser indiferente
la suerte del Partido y de sus
adherentes, por este medio le
comunico que desde esta fecha
me separe temporalmente dei
Directorio y nombro en mi
reemplazo, en calidad de su-
plente personal, al amigo y co-
partldario don Nicanor M. *Vi-
llalaz.
Con toda consideracin soy
de usted atento y seguro servi-
dor,
______________J. M. Vrela.
CITACIONES^
El Club de Padres de FamUla
del Instituto Nacional celebrar
una importantsima reunin en
dicho plantel maana viernes 6
de Julio a las 7 de la nocho.
Debido a la importancia de
los asuntos que se han de La-
lar en dicha reunin, se rusga
a todos los miembros puntual
asistencia.
El Secretario
Una pelcula genuinamente
musical es "AMOR PERDIDO"
que estrena hoy el Teatro El-
dorado. En ella, Amalia Aguilar,
brinda los ltimos pasos de
Mambo, rivalizando con el crea
dor del ritmo Dmaso Prez
Prado, y las cancioneras Mara
Victoria y Maria Luisa Landn,
ofrecen las canciones de moda.T
Msica moderna, mujeres hex*i
mosas, canciones y mambos,
muchos mambos, hay en AMOR!
PERDIDO, la pelcula que bat-1
r el record de entrada del fa'
de semana.
Perdieron la vida
en accidentes 130
personasen EE.UU.
NUEVA YORK, Julio 5 (UP)
Por lo menos 130 personas
perdieron la vida durante la
celebracin del 4 de Julio, in-
cluyendo 71 accidentes de trn-
sito-menos que los 130 que es-
peraba el Consejo Nacional de
Seguridad-31 ahogados, seis en
accidentes areos, dos por fue-
gos artificiales y 20 en acciden-
tes miscelneos.
Funcionarios del
Soviet asisten a
una recepcin
MOSC,*Julio 5 (UP)Altos
funcionarlos Soviticos asistie-
ron a la recepcin ofrecida por
el Embajador de Estados Uni-
dos. Kirie, con motivo del da
de la independencia de su pais,
en contraste con el ao pasado
en que no asisti ninguno a
una recepcin similar.
En representacin del Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriores
concurrieron el 8rio. General,
I. Podserob, Jefe del Proto-
colo. V. G. Kulazhenkov; el Je-
fe de la Divisin Norte-Ameri-
cana. V. i. Bazikin y el Jefe
del Departamento de Prensa,
Yuri Frantzev. Tambin estu-
vieron presentes seis jefes en
representacin del Ejrcito, Ar-
mada y Fuerza Area Soviti-
cas.
Entre los miembros del Cuer-
po piplomtlcos que aceptaron
la invitacin estaban el Emba-
jador Checoeslovaco. Karl Krei-
blch y el Embajador de Polonia,
Kazimlr Yaslnsky.
Tenemos eo existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
TxtyY %W
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Va Rspaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Cuatro accidentes
menores hubo ayer
Cuatro accidentes menores de
transito y un caso de heri-
das superficiales fueron el re-
sultado de las celebraciones del
4 de julio en la Zona der Canal,
segn nos inform la Polica de
Balboa.
Con excepcin de pequeas
demoras causadas por la lluvia
antes del medioda, el progra-
ma que se tena preparado en
el estadio de Balboa fue lle-
vado a cabo segn itinerario.
El Presidente don Alcibiades
Arosemena lleg a la Zona del
Canal a las 3:40 de la tarde,
escoltado por la polica de la
Zona del Canal y escuch par-
te del concierto ofrecido por
las bandas de msica de Pana-
m, y las Fuerzas Armadas de
Estados Unidos en el estadio.
El Gobernador Francis K.
Newcomer, el Teniente General
W. H. H. Morris Jr. y otros
altos funcionarlos de la Zona
del Canal, y de Panam par-
ticiparon en la celebracin de
la clsica fecha de Estados Uni-
dos.
Programa en honor
de Venezuela hay
en la Panamericana
La Seccin Venezuela de Isa
Mesa Redonda Panamericana de?,
las Mujeres de Panam, coiai '
entusiasmo y fervor patritico,
ha organizado una audicin ra-
dial a travs de la Radio Pan-1
americana hoy jueves 5 del pre-
sente mes, a las P, y 30p.m.1
en conmemoracin de la inde-
pendencia del hermano pais
El programa es el siguiente: ,
lo.Palabras alusivas al ac-i
to por doa Celia de Arose',
mena, directora nacional de la
Mesa de Venezuela.
2o Fantasa Impromptu. .,
Chopln. (Leo Cardona al plano).'
3o.Mi delirio sobre el Chim-i
borazo Simn Bolvar (Euni-
ce Correa, declamadora).
4o.Un bel di vedre mo (<:
la pera Madama Butterfly) ~-<"
Puccini (Nidia Benacerraf, so-'
prano, al plano Humberto Vac-'
caro).
5o.Mensaje de la mujer pa-""
namea, por la profesora Emi-'.
lia Gutirrez, sub-directora d'
la Mesa de Venezuela.
6o.Sueo de una noche da> .
Reyes Leo Cardona. (Le,
Cardona al piano i.
7oPalabras por el Agrega-!
do Naval, teniente Antonio El*
juri, de la Embajada de Ve- Z
nezuela.
8o.Himno nacional de Vene- :
zuela.
Himno Nacional de Panam.
Profesor Humberto Vaccaro.
Radio Panamericana, jueves S -
de julio. Hora: 8.30 p.m.

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F1-"'
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Varios actos habr
hoy con motivo del
Da de Venezuela
Publicamos a continuacin loa
actos que se efectuarn en la>-
tarde y noche de hoy en ho-
nor de la Repblica de Ve-
nezuela:
Da S
6 p.m.Recepcin en la Em-
bajada de Venezuela.
Arriada de la bandera coa
los mismos honores.
8 p.m.Concierto de gala etl
la plaza Santa Ana. patroci-
nado por el Departamento do
Cultura, del Ministerio de Edu-
cacin Nacional, y ejecutad
por el orfen Ricardo Zozaye,
del Instituto Nacional. Asistir
en representacin de la Era-
bajada de Venezuela el seof
primer secretarlo.
8 y 30 p.m. Programa ra-
dial difundido por la Radio Mi-
ramar en honor de Venezuela;
Abrir el acto ha seora doc-
tora Dora de Arosemena. sub*
directora de la Biblioteca Na*
cional y presidenta de la Mesa
Redonda Pan Americana. Sec-
cin Venezuela. El acto ser
clausurado por el seor Agre-
gado Naval a la Embajada de
Venezuela.
CENTRAL
JAW Tandas: 1:15, S:l, 5:05, 7:M II A U
Estrene de Fin de Semana!
"EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA" jj
ucuf s rNMEM -Si-j'-r
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RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
HOY JUEVES
3:M Dan Quakern
cortesa Avena Quaker
3:*| Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:H Noticiero Fereira
:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacin RPA
C:00 Vibraciones de Airo
por Nacho Valdcs
K:1S Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
: Suceso* de la Humanidad
dramatizacin RPA
0:45 Sbs Canciones Preferidas
con Flavio Garca, acom-
paa L. Muoz. Cortesa
FlorUteria Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
t:lS Lasos de Odio
dramatizacin, corteiia de
Cigarrillo Camel
7:M Pfinaa de Amor
dramatizacin, cortesa de
PRESENTE
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HOY
UN ESTRENO QUE
LLEGA DIRECTAMEN-
E A SU CORAZN .. !
Esperanza y desesperanza unidas en un mismo
.araz it mujer, que late con la violencia del
huracn por el amor de un hombre.....
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UNA MUJER
DECENTE
TEATROS LUX y CECILIA
Un drama intimo de un torero y una
mujer que le ense lo que es la
Gloria... y el Miedo!...
TOROS
BRAVOS"
con MEL FERRER
MIROSLAVA
Y loa Mejores Toreros
Mexicanos!
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BELLA VISTA
MARAVILLOSA COMEDIA MUSICAL I...
Ulnf 0RO8BY -Nancy OLSON R.brl STACK
Gtoucho MARX, en
"EL AMOR VIGI LA"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Mari SUveai Alex Nleol
Rabcrt UouIav en
'Prisionero de Guerra*
W1
SI HABLAN... MATAN...
SI CALLAN MUEREN!
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Aonaiclana
~A LAB S.OO P.M. WAHOO'
8.115.00 en Premios:
Richard Toad, n
"EL TRANSGRESOR''
re Yiik, er.
"LA VOZ del ESPRITU'
TEATRO TIVOU
Fernando Fernndez, en
"ARRABALERA" y
Libertad Lamarquc. er.
"ULELLAS DEL PASADO'
TEATRO IRIS
Bl-nquita Amaro, en
"A LA HABANA ME VOY"
y Cario* Gardtl
- en -
"CLESTA ABAJO
HISPANO
" "LAS 4 PLUMAS"
- y -
"LA HIJA DEL GITANO1
tatrada^^^ .15
VARIEDADES
GRANDIOSO XITO MUSICALI
7 C "iones y por primera vez en
en la pantalla: el nuevo
ritmo. EL BATIRI1
Ramon ARMENGOD

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(loria ROS
- en -
"BUENAS
NLrtES, MI AMOR"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO I
B 206.00 para el Pblico!
A LAS 6:00 Y 9:00 P.M.
Johnny Weissmuller. an
"La MUJER LEOPARDO"
William Parker, en
"RASTRO SINIESTRO"
TEATRO EDISON_
"ANCO B. 125.00 en Efectivo I
- Ademn:
'EL TERCER HOMBRE"
"SPELLBOUND"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Lionel Barrymore Richard
WMntrk. en
"DEMONIOS DEL MAR"
v Rex Harrison, en
"DBIL ES LA CARNE"
V/STRMOSA_
Harold Lloyd, en
"Semana Sin Mircoles"
y Robert Mltchum. en
TKAIOOR^^IORTALJ
PACl HCO
Jame* Whitmore. en
*A VOZ QUE
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IDEAL
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GRAN
DOBLE
PROOBAMAI
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APOLO
"HISTORIA DE UNA
MALA MUJER"
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"CHARRO A LA
FUERZA"______
rtflCfl/FI T NOTICIERO DE LA JORNADA CVICA I
\J U O C V t L I _eL JUICIO DEL DR. ARIAS
______^^^^____^__ Adema. Dos Buerua Peliculaal
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vox Emocional
de Betty Williamson
8:0* El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
1:15 Dos canciones y un poema
con Carlos. Cortesa de
Max Factor
8:30 Mesa Redonda
Panamericana
:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Casa Angelinl
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
do Solis y Gmez
9:30 Recital
con Jess Eduardo
10:00 Conjunto
Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA VIERNES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos das
6: OS Almanaque de la
Panamericana
8:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:0 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La Discoteca
Internacional
1:30 Hablan los astros
con Antinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
IRRITACIN
DE LOS PIES?
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
Marlanela
dramatizacin RPA
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Orandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Sernala espaola
12:15 Noticiero "Casa Sparton'
12:30 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica .
Alivio ms rpido con
Talco Antisptico AMMEN
Por contener tres notables ingre-
dientes medicinales. Animen, ade-
ms de aliviar con mayor rapidez,
de proteger y traer bienestar,
ofrece mltiples beneficios.
Suave y calmante, Arrimen ini-
cia en seguida la mejora evitando
rozamientos y molestias. selo
hoy!
Slo un talco antisptico
JBh como Ammen. puede dar
/"^"V los resultados de Arrimen.
TALCO
AMMEN
EL XITO
MUSICAL DE 1951
"AMOR
PERDIDO''
MAMBO
AMALIA AGULAR
LA REINA DEL RITMO!
PEREZ PRADO
EL CREADOR DE LA MSICA DE MODA I
MUJERES HERMOSAS!
MAMBOS! MSICA!
CON LAS CANCIONES Y MAMBOS:
Amor Perdido o Soy Tuya El Papelero Mara Cristina o Mambo Universitario La Chula Linda Que Siga el Mambo.
Las Cancioneras:
MARIA VICTORIA
Mtf. LUISA LANDIN
SENSACIONAL!
100 x 100 MUSICAL!!
Y LOS LTIMOS PASOS DEL MAMBO!
2:00 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas .Musicales,
on Anoland
Cort. El guila Imperlr'
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa de Kelvlx
:::UU Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Marlanela
dramatizacin RPA
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PAGINXOCHO
Bt PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPCNDIENTI
JUEVES, JULIO 5, itn
Interesante Cartilla De Boxeo Amateur
Se Celebrar Hoy En El Gimnasio Nal.
Los Medias Blancas Pasaron
Al Comando De La Americana
Servicio de la Trensa Unida
Los Medias Blancas de Chica-
go dividieron con los Tigres de
Detroit pero pasaron al primer
puesto de la Liga Americana
con medio juego de ventaja so-
bre los Yanquis que perdieron
los dos juegos contra los Sena-
dores de Washington.
Los Tigres secundaron en el
primero a Hal Newhouser lan-
zador ganador con 12 hits en-
tre ellos dos jonrones, dos tri-
Eles y adems a la defensiva
lcleron seis dobleplays, para
ganar por anotacin de 6 ca-
rreras a 3.
Pero los Medias Blancas ga-
naron el segundo por 5 a 1
notando cuatro carreras en la
primera entrada.
Mientras tanto los Senadores
al derrotar a los Yanquis por
S a 8 y 6 a S los hicieron caer
del primer lugar de la Liga. El
lanzador cubano Sandalio Con-
suegra gan el Juego ms f-
cil de su carrera al entrar de
tapn en la octava entrada pa-
ra enfrentarse a 4os bateadores
y terminar la entrada para ser
sustituido por un bateador
emergente Vlc Raschl fu el
perdedor. En el segundo Coan
empuj la decisiva con un sen-
cillo en la sexta entrada.
En los otros Juegos de la Li-
ga Americana los Medias Rojas
vencieron a los Atlticos dos
veces por 9 carreras a 0 y 9 a
5 Los Indios de Cleveland ven-
cieron a los Carmelitas por 9
a 5.
En la Liga Nacional los Dod-
gers derrotaron dos veces a los
Gigantes de Nueva York por 6
carreras a 5 en el primero y
4 a 2 en ti segundo, para au-
mentar as su ventaja en el pri
mer lugar de este circuito.
En los otros juegos los Filis
vencieron a los Bravos de Bos-
ton dos veces por 4 carreras a
1 y 3 a 1, mientras que los Pi-
ratas tambin apalearon a los
Rojos en el primero por 4 a 1
y en el segundo por 16 a 4 con
una artillera de 17 lncoglbles.
Los Cardenales de San Luis
mientras tanto derrotaron a los
Cachorros por 10 carreras a 5.
El Seleccionado Se Impuso
Al Quinteto De Albrook Field
Por 65-62 y Se Anex La Serie
El Seleccionado de Panam ?e
Impuso ayer al equipo de AV-
U'ook Pleld por 65 a 62 en el
Gimnasio de Balboa y se an=xo
la Serie que se organizo en la
Zona del Canal con motivo !!
Aniversario de la Independencia
de los Estados Unidos de Norte-
amrica.
El encuentro result reido y
los aviadores tuvieron casi Loao
el juego una ventaja de vanos
puntos, pero faltando escasos
seis minutos, el Seleccionado a-
pur el Juego y obtuvo el triar. -
lo final.
El partido fu duro para los
muchachos locales y el arbiuft-
jt result satisfactorio; nume-
iosos aficionados de Panama a-
.sistieron al encuentro y alent-
ion a nuestros Jugadores.
Tom y Williams sobresalieron
por el seleccionado y completa-
ron la nmina Santos, Curr.ber-
batcn, Arosemena, Jan, Frease,
Guerrero, M- Agullar, Sonc'.l,
Blade, Cells y Castorina. Des-
pus del partido cada uno de
los jugadores del equipo gana-
cor recibi un trofeo.
Deportes a Granel
Por KM) EME
Del Turf Peruano hemos to-
mado la siguiente informncicn:
"The Pimpernel, el hijo de
Pavot, que el 17 de mayo en .el
Hipdromo e Belmont pusie-
ra una nueva marca mundial
para los 900 mu* tros al cubrir el
recorrido en el fantstico tiem-
po de-49 4-5, acabl de aadir
una nueva liazai a su cam-
paa que lo UMlcaa como el
posible campen juvenil de ios
Estados Unidos. En efecto se
impuso con gran facilidad en
los 5 Fg.s. del Christian Stakes
de Delaware Park. The Pimper-
nel, gan a 10 coetneos de 2
ao y Pinter que lleg segun-
do 1 escolt a 7 cuerpos".
1 jep. Feris obtuvo
su la. victoria en el
ftbol mayor de Coln
COLON, ( B. Q.) El Depor-
tivo Feris entr en la colu..ina
de ganadores al imponerse am-
pliamente al Deportivo Roque
>or 5 a 0 en el Juego que oos-
luvieron ltimamente y cor.e*:-
pondiente al campeonato de tt-
bol de .primera categora do la
Liga Provincial de Coln.
Este fu el segundo encuentro
del torneo y marchan empata-
dos en ei primer lugar Dosm&n
y Feris.
En el partido de la division
menor, el Deportivo Arguelles
logr imponerse en un reido
encuentro al Panam Sporting
por 3 tantos a 2.
El otro juego de 2a- alumna-
do entre Amazona y Abel Bravo
te suspendi debido a un a<-to
cvico que celebraron en el Es-
tadio dos escuelas de la zona.
Se suspendi al Jinete Jos
Rodrguez por 8 reuniones por
monta deficiente en Tap Girl,
tambin se suspendi a J. Phi-
llips por 8 reuniones por mon-
ta deficiente en Hoy Es el
Dia.
2 reuniones al jinete A. En-
rique por cerrar a Monteverde
con Cosa Linda.
Suspendidos los Jinetes G.
Snchez, D'Andrea y B. Agul-
rre oor 8 reuniones por mon-
ta sospechosa en los ejempla-
res Don Sizzle (B. Aguirre,
Hoy es el Dia (D'Andrea) y
Riomar (G. Snchez) por ia
presentacin de la semana pa-
sada.
Deben resultar
reidos todos
los encuentros
Esta noche celebrar su pro-
grama semanal de boxeo la co-
misin de Boxeo Amateur de
Panam, con una selecta carti-
..a que Incluye cinco Interesan-
tes encuentros.
La Comisin que regula este
deporte, est tratando de co-
car el boxeo para aficionados a
la altura de hace varios aos y
por tal motivo sus programas
ahora son escogidos y dignos de
pi esencia r.
En esta cartilla se presentan
destacados pgiles entre los
cuales tenemos nada menos que
a Carlos Russell quien se me-
uii contra Gregorio Vlllarrcal
en un encuentro que ha llarna-
Jo poderosamente la atencin
de los fanticos.
El programa completo deoe
resultar muy lucido y lo damos
a conocer a continuacin:
Alberto Lawrence
vs.
Stevens Perry
118 libras
Gregorio Villarreal
TS.
Carlos Russell
126 libras
Charles Mclntosb
vs.
Luis Hart
135 libras
Bienvenido Ramos
vs.
Horacio Ottis
135 libras
Rubn Andrade
vs.
Clirton Innis
105 libras
Exhibicin de Luis Thompson
Como es de notar los seores
Comisarios han considerado
que en la prueba por la cual
: se mantuvo hasta segunda or-
I den al trio de jinetes compues-
I tos por Agulrre, D'Andrea y
Snchez, hubo algo raro y por
tal mfti'o fi eror suspendidos.
Pero es el caso que la pena
en si no entraa la responsa-
bilidad de una falta tan grave,
que es castigada por las leyes
penales. Esta prueba se supone
que fu arreglada segn se ha
comentado y los seores Co-
misarios har. debido hacer una
investigacin, muy minuciosa
y establecer las responsabilida-
des, pues nt es la primera vez
que esto sucede. En casi todas
las pruebas se pueden notar
carreras muy sospechosas y
Of-ho reuniones no es un castigo
ejemplar para Jinetes encon-
trados culpables. Este mal debe
ser cortado de raiz, sea cual
sea el jinete o las personas
que entran en estos chanchu-
llos que van en detrimento de
nustra hpica.
No fe efectu ayer
el torneo de pista y
campo en el Balboa
El Torneo de Pista y Can.po
anunciado para ayer en el Es-
tadio de Balboa se cancel de-
bido a las malas condiciones oe
ia Pista con motivo del agua-
cero que cay durante toda !a
maana.
Para esas competencias se ha-
ba inscrito el equipo de Pana-
m formado por los mejores a-
Uctas en los diferentes eventis,
y exista visible entusiasmo e
inters por ver las actuaciones
de nuestros deportistas frente
a los zoneitas.
El concurso formaba parte Jcl
Programa de Festejos con mo-
ve de la Celebracin del Aniver-
sario del la Independencia de
los Estados Unidos de Nortea-
mrica.
El Levantamiento
pospuso los torneos
Jr. para nueva fecha
Los Campeonatos Nacionales
de Levantamiento de Peso de la
Categora Juniors anunciados
para ayer, se suspendieron de-
bido a la lluvia que cay du-
rante toda la maana, y se
pospusieron para nueva fecha
que ser anunciada oportuna-
mente.
Con este motivo la Federa-
cin tendr una reunin para
escoger la fecha de dichos Cam
peonatos y tratar otros asuntos
de inters general.
MEXSANA !.... j.
da pronto alivio
las escaldaduras
del beb
'Irritacin causad*
por I paal mojado
MEXSANA
^POl VO CAL v
r REFRESCANTE
Mejoraron puntuacin
en el Oratorio Tauros,
S. Marta y Cerveceros
Los equipos Santa Marta, Tan
ios y Cerveceros triunfaron en
.us compromisos de la compelen
cas de ftbol que ofreci Alta*
mmente el Oratorio Festivo.
En el printer encuentro e San
U Marta se impuso al Patria en
un rei&o encuentro por 2 a 1,
marcando L Muoz los dos Can-
tos de los ganadores y M. Raxi-
icz anot el de los perdedort:,.
En el segundo lance, los Tau-
ros le ganaron a los Legionario*
con dos goles pateados por el
chinito I. Lee, mientras que A.
Tuon salv a su equipo del
cero.
En el otro cotejo los cervece-
ros en un partido cansado ven-
cieron al Huracn por 1 a 0
marcando D'Anes el nico oai
del encuento.
Los dos ltimos partidos que-
daron anulados, de acuerdo con
ia Reglamentacin de la Lito-.
Taller Sousa y Mueca
ganaron en el Basket
de la Liga de Catedral
En e mejor Juego cele-
brado en la Liga de Basket-
ball de la Liga de Catedral en
el Gimnasio del Maran, el
Dep Mueca se impuso al Don
eco por 44 a 43 en el segundo
'cotejo. En le primer partido de
la noche, el Taller Sousa supe-
r fcilmente al Morris por 34
a 24, sufriendo los fumadores
su quinta derrota sin victoria
en el torneo.
Pinard se cubri de glorias
al ganar el Cl. 4 de Julio
El jinete Osvaldo Chanis lo condujo muy bien
Por RDEME
El veterano ex-campen Je la
pista Pinard se cubri de glo-
rias ayer en la vieja canena
sabanera al ganar el clsico
"4 de Julio", prueba central de
la funcin hpica celebrada
ayer con motivo de la gloriosa
efemrides de los Estados Uni-
dos de Norteamrica.
Esta prueba celebrada sobre
una distancia de 1600 metros
fu presenciada por una con-
currencia extraordinaria, que
aplaudi dellrantemente el
triunfo de este veterano caba-
llo que a pesar de su edad per-
manece todava compitiendo
contra los mejores caballos de
Juan Franco.
Asisti como Invitado de ho-
nor de la Gerencia del Hip-
dromo Nacional, ,el Encargado
de Negocios de los Estados
Unidos en Panam, quien en-
treg el emblemtico trofeo al
Sr. Osear Qhltls, propietario
del caballo ganador.
El veterano del stud Blue &
White, fu conducido por el Ji-
nete Osvaldo Chanis, quien lo
condujo serenamente y sin mu-
cho apuro. Mientras los punte-
ros se disputaban la carrera,
Pinard galopaba a su antojo
reservando energas para los
finales. Welsh Loch, Phoebus
Apollo y Mr in Road fueron los
mas destacados en los prime-
ros tramos hasta llegar a la
El levantamiento '
de pesas necesita
total reorganizacin
Por O. R~
No hay ningn derecho pava
que en Panam exista una Fe-
deracin Nacional de Levanta-
miento de Pesas, si no cumple
su compromiso y si no cumple
con el Decret nmero 250 de
1942 (del 14 de Febrero) por
n.edio. del cual se reglamenta
el deporte en la Repblica.
En efecto, el aludido Decre-
to en cuanto a la organiza-
cin de las Federaciones se re-
fiere, estipula en su Artculo
Sexto: el conjunto de todas las
Ligas de un mismo deporte,
formar la Federacin Nacio-
nal. En Panam no tenemos
ni Ligas ni Clubes debidamen-
te organizados y Dodemos com-
probar esta aseveracin en es-
ta actividad.
Articulo Sptimo: Cada Fc-
aeraclcn ser una institucin
con Personera Jurdica y es-
tar constituida de la manera
siguiente: Un Presidente; an
Vlce-Presldente; un Secretario,
un Sub-Secretarlo; Un Tesore-
ro y Fiscal. La Federacin
Nacional no cuenta con Perso-
nera Jurdica, tampoco cuenta
en su directiva con un Sub-
secretario, y 'lene dos Vocales.
Artculo Octavo: Para ser
miembro Hel Cuerpo Directivo
de una Federacin se necesita :
a)Tener ms de 21 aos;
b)Honorabilidad y conduc-
ta Intachables;
c)Conocimiento de la re-
glamentacin deportiva y de
las reglas del deporte respec-
tivo. Nuestra Federacin no so-
licita ni exige las Cdulas de
Identidad Personal ni el re-
cord pollclvo de sus 'ntegran-
tes (el cual le vamos a exigir
nosotros que los solicite en es-
ta ocasin, para demostrarles
su Injustificada existencia) de
no hacerlo asi lo solicitaremos
por conducto del Departamen-
to de Educacin Fsica. En
cuanto al punto c) mal pue-
den conocer la reglamentacin
deportiva, cuando andan tan
desorgani-ados.
Articulo Dcimo: Las Fede-
raciones dirlgirr. y fomenta-
rn el Deporte a su cargo en
todo el pals. Esta parte de este
artculo tampoco se cumple: y
hasta donde nosotros sabemos
nuestra seuda-federacln no
sesiona reglamentariamente; no
ha aprobado totalmente sus
Estatutos, ni cumple en ningu-
na de sus parte; con los pre-
ceptos que estipula el Decre-
to del cual nos venimos refi-
riendo.
Continuar
tierra derecha cuando se not
el avance decisivo de Pinard,
Ratling Light, Dictador, mien-
tras que Main Road rod Junto
con su Jinete en la recta final
y perdi su opcin. Phoebus
Apollo se apag faltando pocos
metros y Welsh Loch tom el
comando, pero cuando lleg el
momento de luchar contra Pi-
nard no pudo y el veterano de
Don Osear Ghltls sac la su-
ficiente ventaja en toda la ra-
ya para obtener el ansiado
triunfo.
Welsh Loch ocup el segundo
puesto, Rathllng Light tercero
y Dictador cuarto. Ha sido s-
te uno de los clsicos ms dis-
putados de ios ltimos aos, el
triunfo de Pinard llen de re-
gocijo a sus simpatizadores que
cosecharon B.12.60 por cada
boleto de a dos balboas.
La Comisin de
Boxeo colonense
aprueba un pgma.
COLON, Julio 5 (Por Nando
Quintero)En la sesin que ce-
lebr la Comisin de Boxeo
Profesional de Coln le dl su
debida aprobacin al programa
presentado por la Empresa Sa-
labarra-Beresford y que tiene
como pelea principal l mach
internacional entre el campen
nacional de las 1)8 Horas Baby
Greene y el visitants cubano
Black Pico.
Nos inform el empresario
Beresford que la idea de la
empresa es la de medir en pe-
lea de revancha a Juan Diaz
II y el cubano Pico, rjero que
el pgil local se habla' negado
a medirse con el cubiche que
fu despojado de una legtima
victoria en su pelea pasada con
el mismo Juan Daz y que por
tal motivo se habia recurrido
al campen Greene pero que el
titulo no estarla en Juego en
este programa, el cual recibi
su aprobacin para celebrarse
en el Gimnasio Arena de Coln,
en la noche del prximo do-
mingo 8 de Julio.
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Calle "H" No. 34
Panam R. P.

Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alzamori
Es muy poco el esfuerzo que
se est haciendo en Panam
para que sea una realidad el
sueo de todos los hpicos te-
ner un buen hipdromo. A tal
objeto se estudian diversos pro
yectes presentados por (Irmas
constructoras, ya que no exis-
ten problemas de terrenos por-
que ya lo tienen; ni de espacio
porque stos son bastantes ex-
tensos como para edifiear un
valo de carreras que sea or-
gullo de P nam.
Las duales instalaciones
an cuando han cumplido un
objetivo primordial como es el
haber probado que si es econ-
micamente posible el funciona-
miento de un hipdromo, no lie
nan en absoluto las aspiracio-
nes y las necesidades que re-
quiere el creciente pblico asis-
tente a las pruebas que sema-
nalmente se programan.
Esperan.os pues que se con-
vierta en realidad este viejo
sueo hpico para la buena
marcha del Deporte de los Re-
yes.
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BF- r
> j
. -1
El caballo Que Te Cuesta que
tan buena campaa rindiera
en nuestro viejo valo Sabane-
ro fu regalado por su dueo
O. Berr.al, al Escuadrn de Ca-
ballera de la Polica Nacional.
ltimamente estaba sufriendo
de sus remos delanteros.
Asi quedaron las carreras en-
tre los jinetes este fin de sama-
na; Jos Rodrguez, K. Flores
3 para ser los mximos gana-
dores, V. Rodriguez. R. Gmez
C. Rui? 2. O. Chanis, G. Alfaro,
J. Avila, C. Icaza, A. Mena, A.
Vsquez P. Vsquez y V. Ortega
con una cada uno.
El potrillo Ingls Welsh Fox
fu vendido esta maana por
su dueo Daniel Clniglio al
conocido Sporman panameo
Don Nent Arias. La suma pa-
gada por este ejemplar fu de
H.5.000 balboas, y es muy posi-
ble que se lo lleven a correr a
Venezuela.
El Dep. Chin y Unin
siguen triunfando en
el base chorrerano
Por S. H. iVAl.ni J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de La Chorrera
G. P. PU.
Dep. Chin .........8 1 .835
Unin ............... 6 3 .667
Balboa, .............. 3 5 .37
El Puerto.......... .060
El Unin mantuvo su opcin
de empatar el comando de Ja
Liga al vencer por 5-3 al Puer-
to y el Dep. Chin vapule de los
lindo al Balboa por 13-2 para
mantenerse en el comando de
la Liga a un paso del Cetro.
A. Urea que relev a R. Ma-
tamoros en el 5a. acto, junta-
ron sus labores en la Caja li-
mitando al Puerto a un solita-
rio incogible, para guiar a su
team a la victoria.
Mendleta lanz toda la dis-
tancia por los porteos, pero
fu muy castigado por los ba-
teadores contrarios.
Los lderes del campeonato
Invernal de Baseball de La Cho
riera, el Dep. Chin, se coloca-
ron a un paso del ttulo al ven-
cer D. (Gatlto) Salinas desde
el morrillo central al Balboa.
EL VETERANO SE CUBRE
DE GLORIAS.Muestran estas
vistas dos momentos sobresa-
lientes del Clsico 4 de Julio,
prueba principal de la funcin
hpica celebrada ayer en Juan
Franco.
Arriba el momento en que el
ex-campern de la pista, Pinard
se impona con nna magnifies)
monta del jinete Osvaldo Cha-
nis, sobre Welsh l.och.
En la otra fotografa el cabax
lio Pinard, el jinete Osvaldo
"Bayo" Chanis y sus prepara
dores, despus del triunfo, esf
el cuadro de honor del Hip-
dromo.
Ruidoso Triunfo Obtuvieron
Ayer Nuestros
Ganar En 6 De
Nadadores Al
Los 8 Evento?
Un ruidoso triunfo obtuvo
ayer el equipo de Panam en
las competencias de Natacin
realizadas en la Piscina de Bal-
boa, al triunfar en forma am-
plia en seis "e los ocho eventos
para varonc, y los resultados
fueron:
400 metros estilo libr
Ricardo Beauregard, con un
tiempo de 5m. 5. 8-10, mejoran-
do nuestra marca nacional por
ms de 25 segundos.
1M metros estilo espalda
Delary A. Khant, con un tiem
po de.lm. 18 que mejor nues-
tra marca nacional en ms de
1 segundo.
Las Compaas No. 1
y No. 5 se juegan hoy
su opcin en softball
Esta tarde se miden los equi-
pos de Its Compaas No. 1 y
No. 5 en el segundo partido de
la Serie Final del Campeonato
de Softball del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros de Panam.
El partido se desarrollar en
el cuadro de Santa Rita y se
espera un reido cotejo.
El ganador de este partido se
enfrentar el prximo domingo
al conjunto de la Compaa No.
3. que triunf el pasado domin-
go sobre el equipo de la No. 1
por 7 a 3.
260 metros estilo Ubre
Carlos Beauregard.
56 metroj estilo libre
Alcides Bernal con un tiempo
de 26 seg. 4-10.
100 metros estilo pecho
D. O. Connor de la Zona del*
Canal. i
100 metros estilo libre
Alcides Bernal de Panam*
con un tiempo de lm. 5-10 qua
mejora nuestra marca nacional
en dos segundos.
ISO metros relevo combinado
Ganado por el equipo de la
Zona del Canal.
160 metros relevo libr
Ganado por el equipo de
nam, integrado por Ricardo
Bearegard, Norman ArosOmena,
Guillermo Mata y Alcides Ber-
nal.
Dirigi el equipo de Panam,
el Instructor de Natacin Pedro
A. Almtlltegul.
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I
Social Deportiva
Celebr ayer su eumpleafioi
el conocido basketbolero Ricar-
do Santos, figura central del
equipo de la. Loro Chesterfield
y Jugador capitn y Represen-
tante del mencionado conjunto,
Santos ha representado a Pa-
nam en torneos Internaciona-
les de Basketball en varios pa-
ses, lugares donde ha tenido
una destacada actuacin. Aun-
que tarde unimos nuestras feli-
citaciones a las muchas que re-
cibi con ese motivo.
^Rw el tWfctfi/
dAnii/iadO:'
La locin para despus de afeitarse
que ms se vende en el mundo
El hombre cuyo rostro luce sano, fresco, lleno de vida ...
conquisto y se merece la admiracin del bello sexo. Y lo
hombre que uan Aqua Velva ton objeto natural de tal
odmirocion. Una gotita aplicada despu de
afeitarte entonan el cutis, avivan la circulacin ...
imparten eso fragancia que ditingue al hombre
elegante. Por eso Aqua Velva e
la locin para despus de afeitar
que m se vende en el mundo.
I Pruebe Aqua Velva maana
, mismo para que ellas lo admiren!
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