The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDEN^
D1LY!NEWSPAP*
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"Let the people knoic the truth and the country it tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P.. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1951
FIVE CENTt
Reds, UN Prepare For Peace Or More War
t>
Iranian Troops
Goosestep In
* Show Of Might
ABADAN, July 6 (UP) Mora than 2,500 Iranian
troops goosestepped through sunbaked Abadan today amid
a wildly cheering crowd.
It was the greatest show of Iran's armed might that
the city had seen since the oil crisis began.
The parade ostensibly was a celebration to end the
month-long Moslem religious fast of Ramadhan, but some
observers interpreted it as Iran's answer to yesterday's In-
ternational Court decision.
r

A crowd o. 10,000 gave a tu-
multuous welcome to Hussein
Makky of the Iranian Oil Com-
mission whose firebrand anti-
British speeches hav* caused
concern amongst British embassy
officials.
The troops in Afrika Corps
style caps and armed with Uni-
ted States mortars, machineguns,
armored cars, howitzers and light
tanks, brought the crowd to fever
pitch as they goosestepped past
the saluting base.
Special cheers were given Com-
modore Mprteaa Dafteri. Iranian
naval commander, whose gun-
boat Leopard, Is moored offshore
from Abadan only 100 yards dis-
tant from the British cruiser
Mauritius.
The crowd was orderly.
An Iranian official said: "This
Is only a small part 01 our force.
The whole pgpulatlon is our ar-
my ." ,
Yesterday's rulmg of the Inter-
national Court at the Hague, that
neither side should take action to
disrupt the oil Industry, and sug-
gesting the appointment of a
five-man Board of Supervisors,
was dismissed briefly by Iran's
newly-appointed Oil Commission.
One member aid: "It was just
what the British wanted." An-
other said: "We don't recognize
the Court's Jurisdiction."
Iran's Interior Ministry has
banned Eric Drake, general man-
ager of the Anglo-Iranian Oil
Company, from re-entering Iran
L and cancelled his residence per-
mlt. .
Drake left London last night
ior Basra in Iraq, not far from
Abadan. .
He had previously made a hur-
ried exit from Iran under orders
from his London headquarters,
and it was not expected he would
return.
Special frontier passes which
had permitted Britons to make
frequent trips back and forth be-
tween Iran and Iraq have been
invalidated also. This may bring
the traffic of Anglo-Iranian OH
Company staff from one country
to the other to a standstill.
Little League
Fund Drive
Hits $3,185
The drive for funds to send the
Canal Zone's futare baseball
greats to the U. S.-wlde Little
League tournament was still on
the upswing today.
With $5,000 set as the goal for
the 14 little diamond stars the
total today stood at *3.,185.07
Coco Slo, carnTaTKImonWof-
der enclosed in the following let-
ter:
"In behalf of the Staff Person-
nel, Naval Hospital, Coco Solo, I
take pleasure in sending along
this little donation for the "Little
Leaguers" and its worthy cause.
Sorry It couldn't have been more.
Anxiously awaiting all good news
about the Little League, their
sponsors and victories.
(Sgd.) Member, Staff
Personnel."
The box scoreto date:
Previously reported....
National Distillers.. ..
H. W. Mitten.. ..'.. ..
I.'L. Maduro, Jr......
Trott the Cleaner ....
Mr. Wallace, American
Supply Co.........
Roy Mosher........
Zig-Zag..........
Motta's, Panama. ., ..
Housing Division, Cris-
tobal ............
.S. Naval Hospital, Co-
co Solo......-..
US8 PC-486........
La Mascota........
Balboa Gun Club.....
Balboa Gun Club Exec-
utive Board.......
"Booster Ticket" Sales.
$2,889.37
25.00
3.50
25.00
10.00
5.00
10.00
10.00
15.00
8.00
41.00
56.70
5.00
25.00
. 15.00
41.50
Total............$3,185.07
Egyptian Writer On US Tour
Gets 'Bums Rush' In Texas
Shaver
dent for
* L pers hea(
' Miette at
"protest U
' eral that
MEMPHIS, Term., July 6 (UP)
I ?* _An Egyptian newsman seeking
to "explain" America to the Mid-
dle East claimed today he receiv-
ed "gestapo" treatment in Texas
but Houston police said their cri-
tic" was "disorderly."
Shaverah Benllan. correspon-
dent for 15 Middle East newspa-
i headed by the Egyptian Ga-
it Cairo, said he plans to
t to the U43. Attorney-Gen-
__that he was shadowed, ar-
rested and "advised" to leave
Texas.
But Capt. M. McGlll of the
k Houston Police said Benllan was
arrested for becoming "abusive"
at a drive-In and the record does
not support hie claim of being
pushed around by "conspiring"
officials.
a
> Benllan arrived here on his
tour of the South collecting ma-
l a terlal to "make America under-
stood In the Middle East" and
9- claimed he was "run out of Tex-
as" after being arrested, beaten
. and held Incommunicado last
' Tuesday.
He said he thinks there was a
"conspiracy" against him.
First, he said, two "unsavory
characters" followed him from
? the Shamrock Hotel In Houston
Tuesday morning, and he ducked
into a filling station to call the
v police.
"Thev arrested me on charges
mi of disorderly conduct while I was
dialing the number,' Benlian
said. "I was taken to the police
station, badly beaten, and thrown
Into a three-foot three-Inch clo-
set with another man for an
hour.
"After three hours in another
cell I asked to be allowed to make
a telephone callwhich I think
is a right granted by lawbut I
was refused. After I Was released
on $15 bond and 'strongly advis-
ed' to get out of the state I wrote
telegrams to the governor of Tex-
as and the police commissioner.
"These telegrams I took to the
desk of the Shamrock, but they
sent neither of them, and after
leaving the hotel, I was again
picked up for 'illegal driving.'"
Benlian said he was taken to a
police lieutenant who told him to
"stop sending smart-guy tele-
grams to governors and police
commissioners and get out of
Texas Immediately II you know
what's good for you."
The police captain denied Ben-
lian was beaten or otherwise mis-
treated and said he knew noth-
ing about the telegrams or warn-
ings to leave the state.
McGill said Benllan was book-
ed at 12:09 a.m. Tuesday on the
complaint of George Vallan, own-
er of a drive-in, that Benllan be-
came "abusive." He was held un-
til 3:45 a.m. when Benllan posted
bond.
He got into a fight with a drunk
in the main cell, and that is
where he got his bruises," McGlll
said.
Wagner Sees
Early Senate
Tax Bill OK
Word was received today
from Walter Wagner, legis-
lative representative of the
Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council that
he "expected early passage
of the tax bill." The Keed
Bill, eliminating retroactive
Income tax for Canal Zone
employes Was approved by
the Senate Finance Commit-
tee yesterday without
amendment, and was placed
on the calendar for final
action.
From all Indication, the
Senate, which approved a
similar proposal last year,
will readily pass on the Reed
bill.
Meanwhile confirmation on
Senate action concerning
the Bill was received at Bal-
boa Heights this morning.
A message from the Wash-
ington office of The Pan-
ama Canal Company, sent
late Tfaarsday said:
"Senate Finance Commit-
tee today reported II. R. 3804
regarding retroactive income
tax and bill now pending on
Senate calendar."
New Ambassador
John Wiley Sails
From NY July 12
WASHINGTON, July 6 (8IS)
John C. Wiley, who has been
designated Ambasaadoe-to Pana-
mal will sail from New-York for
hit new post on July 12. be said
yesterday.
The former U.S. Ambassador to
Colombia spoke to reporters after
calling on President Truman. He
described his visit as a courtesy
call.
Within the last seven years,
Wllev has been successively U.S.
Ambassador to Colombia. Portu-
gal and Iran. His Foreign Service
posts of earlier years have in-
cluded Santiago, Buenos Aires
and Caracas.
OKASK-FIRE ROUTES These are the two routes proposed
by Gen. Mat!hew Ridgway for U. S. liaison officers to lake
on a trip to Kaesong Sunday for preliminary talks with Chi-
nese Communists on the ceaserfire. Ridgway proposed the
negotiators should fly by helicopter from Klmpo, or travel by
jrep from Seoul. The Reds ruled out the helicopter alterna-
tive "fpr their more certain safety and to cut down the pos-
sibility of misunderstanding." So the team will travel In
three jeeps, under white flags of truce.
MP Sentry Nabs
Panamanian For
Curundu Cable Theft'
Angelo Moreno Morales, 36-
year-old Panamanian was ar-
rested on a charge of petit lar-
ceny yesterday and the trial is
t for Monday morning in the
lboa Magistrate's Court.
Morales was apprehended last
night by an Army sentry on the
back road of Curundu with an
18-inch of lead In his possession.
A cable had been dug up earlier
r the week and the sentries
Id been warned to watch the
Ka carefully to see who came
ere The value of the lead was
7f cents.
Economic, Social
Council To Meet
In Panama Aug. 20
WASHINGTON. July 6 (UP)
TJhe Inter-American Economic
and Social Council today agreed
b| convene its second extraor-
dinary session In Panama Aug.
\ The council's action must be
ttbpmved by the OAS council
Which will meet tomorrow morn-
ing.
The Economic and Social
council accepted an Invitation
from the Panamanian Govern-
men to hold a special session
Were
*The first extraordinary ses-:
tor of the organization was
held here March 1950. and was
attended bv delegates of cabinet
rank from several American re-
publics.
Buckingham Palace
Intruder Caught
LONDON, July 6 (UP)
Buckingham Palace, one of the
msst heavily guarded buildings
In the world whs broken into
Jftlt night.
A man was found crouched in
a corridor one floor below the
suite In which Princess Mar-
garet was asleep.
The King and Queen were not
In he palace.
The Intruder was questioned
for hours at Cannon Street po-
lice station.
Puerto Rican Faces
Rape Charge Filed
By 13-Yr.-0Id Girl
Eaequiel Labiosa, 49-year-old
Puerto Rican posted $1,000 bail
yesterday and preliminary hear-
ing on a charge of rape was
set for Monday afternoon In the
Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Labiosa, a civilian Guard with
the Army Transportation Corps,
was arrested yesterday when a
13-year-old Panamanian girl
charged that he overpowered
her on a street located across
from the Navy Supply Depot
No. 1 in Balboa. (Previously
known as Navy 300 area, this
section was officially turned
over to the Panama Canal last
year.)
The girl claimed that she had
been approached about 11 p.m.
in Panama City by a middle-
aged man who offered her
employment as a baby-sitter.
She entered the automobile, a
light-colored late model sedan,
and Was driven to the above
location where she was assault-
ed. Two witnesses have been
located who saw the vehicle
enter the area. They gave a
detailed description of the car
and operator.
Dr. Joel Shrager verified the
girl's complaint but stated she
was otherwise unharmed.
Police said Labiosa has denied
the girl's charges. He was re-
presented in court yesterday by
attorney W. J. Sheridan.
SENTENCED BT REDS to 10
years imprisonment for espion-
age. William N. Oatls. 37. Asso-
ciated Press correspondent in
Prague. Czechoslovakia, joined
the lengthening list of prison-
ers who, after a period of Iron
Curtain Imprisonment have
"confessed" to all the Red at
cusations against them and
Implicated friends and fellow
countrymen In espionage
charges.
President Truman agreed
with the State Department de-
nunciation of the trial as an at-
tempt to Intimidate the free
presa o the world.
Field Gets 90
Days As FBI;
Hunts 8 Reds
NEW YORK, July 6 (UP).
Frederick Vanderbllt Field, who
supports Red causes with part
of the fortune established by his
great great grandfather, was
sentenced to 90 days In Jail yes-
terday for refusing to reveal the
source of bail for four fugitive
Communist plotters.
Field, 4<5-year-old descendant
of Commodore Cornelius Vander-
bllt, who built a huge railroad
and shipping fortune, was held
In contempt by Federal Judge
Sylvester J. Ryan.
Field is expected to appeal
the sentence.
Only a few hours after Ryan
paroled Field to the overnight
custody of attorney Victor Ra-
blnowltz, FBI Director J. Edgar
Hoover from Washington ap-
pealed to "alert citizens and
law enforcement officers" for
assistance In finding eight
missing Red leaders.
These are the four members
of the convicted first-string
Communist team who did not
surrender to Ryan's court Mon-
day and four members of the
Communist second-string team
who evaded arrest June 20 when
this team was picked up.
Hoover also asked United
States newspaper and radio and
television stations to assist in
the search for the missing eight
by "widely disseminating their
pictures and description."
Ryan ordered two of Field's
fellow trustees of the Civil
Rights Congress's ball commit-
tee Abner Green anc Dr. W.
Alpheus Hunton to appear
with Field today with the names
of the bail fund depositors, or
face similar contempt citations.
Muriel Patterson, bookkeeper
(Continued on Page Column 7)
Local 900-CIO
Elects Officers
A clean sweep was made last
night at the meeting of the Bal-
boa Chapter. Local 900. GCEOC-
CIO when the members elected
the following officer: Frank E.
C. Thompson Chairman; Tho-
mas Forbes. Vice Chairman;
Edith Harper, Secretary; George
Martin. Treasurer; Reginald Cal-
tender. Chapter Steward: Verney
Caesar. Asst. Chapter Steward
and Rank and File representa-
tive to the Executive Board: Re-
ginald Callender.
Also elected were delegates to
the annual meeting which will
be held July 28 in La Boca: Will-
iam McMlllington. Hiram Hunter.
Eric Greene. H. Bellzaire and M.
Alcides.
In addition, nominations were
made bv the chapter for officers
of the Local which will be elected
at the annual meeting. Unoppos-
ed nominations of Edward A.
Uaskki for President and R. T.
Ellis for Financial Secretary and
Treasurer were proposed.
World Awaits
Face-To-Face
Peace Talks
TOKYO, July 6. (UP) United
Nations and Communist leaders
today completed long distance
negotiations for a ceasefire meet-
ing, and prepared to start Sun-
day on face to face talks which
could end the Korean War or sig-
nal the start of World War in.
At 9 a.m. Sunday, protected by
a white flag of truce, representa-
tives of General Matthew B.
Ridgway will cross the Imjin riv-
er and move on Into wrecked
Kaesong. the ancient Korean cap-
ital two miles south of the 38th
parallel.
Waiting to meet them will be
the Communist delegates of Kim
II Sung, supreme commander of
the North Korean army, and
Peng Chual. commander of the
Chinese "volunteers."
The first meeting, at which
there will be no one above the
rank of colonel, will simply be to
clear the decks for the top-level
negotiators who will meet Tues-
day or shortly thereafter to ar-
range a ceasefire.
Who the actual negotiators will
be Is a closelv guarded secret.
They will be named by Ridg-
way, but obviously with State De-
partment advice and consent.
The problems faced by the ne-
gotiators will make Solomon's
classic problem In division seem
easy by comparison.
Here are orne:
1) Unlike the conferences at
Yalta and Potsdam where the
victors already were beginning to
divide the spoils, this meeting
will deal with two basically un-
defeated armies. Amis-step eas-
ily could trigger off World War
III;
2) The decision will be a mili-
tary one. but political considera-
tions are bound to color it. Among
these is the validity of the 38th
parallel as a boundary between
North and South Korea;
3) Any ceasefire and establish-
ment of a demilitarized zone au-
tomatically must mean a neutral
strip at least 20 miles wide, and
perhaps 50 or more. Heavy artil-
lery can cover anything short of
20 miles, and 50 miles Is hardly
more than the tick of a clock for
Jet fighters;
4) Will the demilitarized zone
be based on a military line or on
a political line? Korea has about
five natural defense lines, rang-
ing from the Yalu frontier to the
Pusan box.
The commander of the Far
East Air Force. Lt. Gen. O. P.
Weyland. today guaranteed the
Pyongyang Kaesong highway
down which the Communist em-
issaries will travel to the peace
talks Immune from air attack ef-
fective 4 a.m. Saturday.
Allied aircraft have also been
instructed to refrain from com-
bat strikes within five miles of
Kaesong. '
Normal air operations will con-
tinue outside the immunity
areas.
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, July 6 (UP) The Commun-
ists, like the United Nations command, appear to be pre-
paring for any eventuality in the event of the failure of the
ceasefire talks at Kaesong next week.
Failure of these negotiations would mean a fullscalt
resumption of the war, and the certainty of a new Red
attempt to throw the Allies out of Korea.
Last night Allied planes spotted hundreds of Red
trucks loaded with fresh supplies and perhaps troops mov-
ing towards the Korean front, despite the imminent cease-
fire talks.
By dawn B 26 light bombers and Marine Corps fight-
er-bombers had destroyed or damaged at least 75 of these
trucks.
Heaviest traffic was spotted
along the road running from
Slnaju, in northwest Korea.
south of Pyongyang, the north
Korean capital, and thence
southeast to Wonsan on the east
coast.
This Is the main lateral high-
way behind the Communist
lines.
Heavy traffic was also ob-
served near Namchonjon on the
highway running from Pyong-
yang south to Keasong.
Near Keasong Itself opposslng
patrols fought briefly before
breaking contact and returning
to their own lines.
A reinforced Communist bat-
talion hit United Nations troops'
forward of the main Allied line
north of Hwachon and forced
them to withdraw after a 43
minute battle. This was the
heaviest Red attack since the
Allies offered to discuss a :eaae-
flre.
Only light patrol skirmishes
and occasional artillery duela
were reported along the re-
mainder of the 100-mile front.
At sea the Allied naval bom-
bardment of Wonsan want Intn
it* 141st straight day.
' Communist shore batteries
fired back at the United State*
destroyers Blue and Evans but
failed to hit them.
A mass flight of Shooting
Stars blasted Slnanju airfield,
while 24 Thundertets hit a Red
airfield west of Sariwon.
KEEPS IN TOUCH Lt. Gen.
James A. Van Fleet, command-
er of the US. 8th Army In Ko-
rea, telephones from his head-
quarters, where he is in cons-
tant touch with Gen. Matthew
Ridgway in Tokyo. (Photo by
NEA'-Acme staff photographer
Walter Lea.)
Korean Combat Veis
Now Al Amador Will
Train New Troops
Three former members of the
65th Infantry Regiment, sea-
soned in Korean combat, have
been transferred to the 516th
Transportation Car Company
at Fort Amador, US Army Carib-
bean Headquarters announced
today. Y-
They are Sgt. Fruto Cotto and
CpU. William Agosto and Ber-
nardino Gracia.
All were members of Isthmus
units before going to the Far
East. Sergeant Cotto belonged
to the 507th Truck Company,
and previously to the 52nd
Truck Company: Corporal Agos-
to to the Interpreters' section of
the 549th MP Company, and
Corporal Gracia to the 3rd Bat-
talion, 33rd Infantry.
It was reported that they
probably will be assigned duties
connected with the training of
troops in the 516th and Its sister
company, Hq & Hq. Special
Troops, where they are expected
to be able to benefit the troops
greatly through their first-hand
knowledge of current combat
conditions. At the moment, they
are enjoying well-earned local
leave accrued during their ser-
vice overseas with the famed
Puerto Rican unit.
Reds Refuse Third
Demand For Return
Of 672 US Ships
WASHINGTON. July 8 (UP)
The United States today de-
manded for the third time that
Russia return "immediately" 612
lend-lease ships.
The United States also asked
for the second time that Russia
submit to arbitration the dispute
with the United States over cash
payment for other goods worth
$800,000.000 which the Soviet
Union received under wartime
lend-lease.
In answer to a previous re-
quest Russia told the United
States that lt "refuses to con-
sider the return of the ships."
The lend-lease agreement
pledges Russia to return lend-
lease Item if thev survived the
war. and if In President Tru-
man's opinion they are needed
for United States defense.
Mr. Truman says the United
8tates needs the vessels.
Russia says the United State*
does not.
Eerie Living-Room Cremation
Of Widow Stumps Fla. Cops
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla July 6
(UP) Dozens of amateur detec-
tives throughout the nation to-
day offered local authorities
their solutions to the eerie mys-
tery of how St, Petersburg's "cin-
der woman" was cremated while
sitting in a comfortable living
room chair.
Firemen and police detectives
frankly studied the volunteered
theories after admitting they
were "completely stumped" for
an explanation of 67-year-old
Mrs. Mary Hardy Reeser's bizarre
death.
A shrunken skull, a fragment
of backbone, and part of one foot
in a black satin slipper were
found beside a charred over-
stuffed chair in the prosperous
widow's living room. The rest of
her body apparently was consum-
ed by heat as Intense as that used
in a crematorium.
But that was the only damage
In the apartment, and the origin
and nature of the furnace-like
heat have not been discovered.
Letters and long distance call*
poured onto the desks of authori-
ties here suggested everything
from lightning to "a fiend with a
blowtorch" or "spontaneous In-
ternal combustion" as possible
ways In which Mrs. Reeser met
death.
A former missionary to Africa
wrote that he had seen the arm
of a native woman shriveled by a
bolt of lightning while a child In
her arms remained unhurt. An
amateur physiologist said his
studies indicated that "spontane-
ous internal combustion" was
possible through a sudden rare
cross-mixture of chemicals In the
body.
Detective Lt. Cass Burgess said
authorities are looking into Mrs.
Reeser's "comfortably well-to-
do" background hi Pennsylvania
to Investigate any possibilities of
foul play. So far, be said, there
has been nothing to Indicate
whether lt was murder, suicide,
accident, or "the work qf God.
"There seem to be no motive*
and no real clues of any kind to
explain lt." said Burgess. "We'r*
up against a blank wall. We're
stumped."
Detectives here were waiting
for a report from the FBI In
Washington on whether there
was some sort of chemical agent
in the chair that might produce
a fire of Intense heat. Mortician*
said a constant heat of at least
2,500 degrees for three or four
hours would be necessary to cre-
mate a human body.
Coroner Ed Silk filled out Mrs.
Reeser's death certificate today
with the statement: "Death was
by firefrom undtermlned
cause."
Meanwhile, the victim's son, Dr.
Richard Reeser, took the burned
foot to Columbia, Pa. for burial.
Police said it may have to be ex-
humed later.


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.at a mild laxative, gently stimulating the
-eliminatory procrteal of the intestine. It
^facovkdes, in the intestine, the liquid needed
to soften tod lubrica the stubborn watte)
nil, and sat this wayallowt gaarje, eat
evacuation of the bowel.
Nearly everyone, tt tome time at other,
overindulges in drink or food; But there'!
no need to suffer unnecessarily or "sweat it
out." Keep Boo handy for pleasant, speedy
relief. At all druggists.
TAKE GOOD-TASTING ENO
Shipping & AirLine News
Balboa Cattet-Midahipman
Assigned to S.S. Santa Olivia
Donald Wills, a Cadet-Midship-
man in the United States Mer-
chant Marine Cadet Corps, was
assigned to the 3. S. Santa Olivia
last month. Cadet-Midshipman
Wills Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wills of Balboa.
The 8.8. Santa Olivia, a vessel
operated by the Grace Lines, is
in the South American trade,
calling at such ports as Cristobal,
Guayaquil. Balboa and Talara.
The vessel to which he was as-
signed Is one several types of mo-
dern American merchant ships
on which he will spend his Third
Class year of practical training
afloat as a part of the four year
program at the United States
Merchant Marine Academy,
Kings Point, Long Island, New
York. During this year of officer-
apprenticeship, he will continue
with his academic subjects lead-
ing to a Bachelor of Science de-
gree.
Upon his graduation In 1953,
he will receive his license as Third
Assistant Engineer and concur-
rent commissions as Ensign. Uni-
ted States Naval Reserve and
United States Maritime Service.
BOAC Service FUes
To Festival of Britain
The attractions of the Festival
of Britain are not confined to
London, and visitors flying to the
U.K. by B.OA.C. services from
Panama will find much of inter-
est in the surrounding country
districts.
Stoke D'Abernon. true English
parkland, has a peaceful charm
which makes it difficult to be-
lieve that the hustle and bustle
of Piccadilly Circus are only 17
miles away. The village is only
half an hour's train ride from
Waterloo Station (which adjoins
the Soath Bank site, where the
main Festival exhibition is stag-
ed.)
St. Mary's Church and the
Georgian Manor House of Stoke
D'Abernon stand close together
beside the River Mole. The
church dates from the year 000
and, among other attractions, it
possesses the oldest brasses in
Europe.
SS Panama Advance Passenger
List
Judge Joseph J. Hancock, Uni-
ted States District Judge for the
Canal Zone, Is one of the 141
passengers scheduled to arrive on
the Isthmus Monday on the S.S.
Panama, according; to the ad-
vance passenger list from the Pa-
nama Line offices at Balboa
Heights.
Miss Catherine L. An
Marlon Baah; Mrs. Fre
ehr; MrsajaCatherine '
and son;W. M. Beall; ]
Bontecou; Stewart W.
Mrs. Clara. B. Brantley; Miss
Ramona Brcnahan; Miss Olga
M. Brunlng; Dr. E. Lewis Can-
non; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chris-
tie and chit!; Miss Mary Clark;
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur F. Clarke;
Mrs. Dolores M. Coffv: Mrs. EVe-
lyn F. Colby and daughter; Mr.
Id; Miss
H. Se-
BaOey
a. Jane
Bo wen;
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to Drive the World's
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% 1951 (hmoMj
One of tbe world', greatest road per-
former*. Recently a .Nash Ambassa-
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712 miles in official competition.
Compare it, drive it. Here's your
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and Mrs. John W. D. Collins
and daughter; Mrs. Elizabeth
Conn and Richard M. Conover.
Mr and Mrs. Robert B. Dal-
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Theodorla Distefano, Mrs. Olen-
dora A. Dorsey; Miss Louise Dur-
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Mrs. Mary F. Fields; Mrs. Ger-
aldlne F. Freeman and Miss Ber-
tha I ..Frensley.
Mrs. Lea M. Garfield; Miss
Mary D. Glider; Mr. and Jerry
Golden; Maurice Grill; Judge and
Mrs. Joseph J. Hancock; Mr.
and Mrs. Howard R. Harris; Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony H. Hopiak
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ka-
plan; Miss Violet M. Klein and
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knight
and 2 children.
Mrs. Annaberta Leap; Mrs.
Carolyn E. LeClaire and daugh-
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Miss Ellen M. McCorkle; Miss
Annie F. McDade; WOJG and
Mrs. Francis M. McGulre and 2
children; Mrs. Barbara Mclnnls;
Mrs. Violet M. Mclntosh; Miss
Alleen -McKenney; Mrs. lone
McLavy; Mr. and Mrs. Osbome
H. MacLeod and Miss Mary Jo.
MacSparran.
Cecil J. Mathlas; Miss Emma
R. Menzel; Ludwlg Meyer; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Miller; Mrs. Ver-
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Mlrabella and son; Miss Ann
Montgomery; Mr. and Mrs. Da-
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Miss Bessie Nelkln; Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Pe tersen and 2 children;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Plckel
and Miss Betty Poole.
Mrs. Margaret Randolph and 2
children; Mr .and Mrs. H. Res-
trepo; Mrs. Jane C. Rogavin and
2 children; James M. Redmond;
Mrs. Auguste Renz; Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver L. Riesch and daughter;
Mrs. Kathleen F. Rippert and
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Jeanne Rosasco and James Rua-
so.
Samuel Schwartz; Mr. and
Mrs. Mary V. Shapiro and 2 chil-
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Marjorle A. Stockton; Mr. and
Mrs. James E. Stockton; Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Stohrer and 3 chil-
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and Miss Louise Takvorlan.
Miss Suzanne Unkle; Frank R.
Warner; Mrs. Martha J. Warner;
Mrs. Laura C. White; George K.
Withers, Jr.; William B. Wray and
daughter; Mrs. Eva E. Yegge and
2 children and Miss Ivy May
Young.
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SAME OLD SNAPPER
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
How About a Loan?
BY MERRILL BLOSSIR
IT VHAT PtCIUHE 1 1 loulie SMOvv-/ING FOR THtT LAST TIME Tt>JIHT-GOUU3rJT tOU HOLD IT OVER ^LLYA0ROW?
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Tee, It Was
BY V. T. HAMLIN
Narcotics Cops
Make Near-Biggest
Marijuana Haul
WASHINGTON, July 8 (UP)
Police reported the seizure to-
day of nearly $600.000 worth of
marihuana one of the largest
hauls ever made from a cache
beneath the bulging stream-
lined fenders o a 1947 Bulck.
The processed weed, ready for
smoking, was secreted In spe-
cial steel compartments In the
automobile owned by John Ray-
mond Weatherbee, 28, an alleged
New York "contact man." He
and two Washingtonlans were
arrested 10 days ago on their
arrival from Mexico.
U.8. Narcotics Commissioner
Harry J. Ansllnger said the 193-
pound haul was a "perfectly
enormous seizure one of the
largest we've ever had of the
refined weed." Narcotics agent
Boyd M. Martin said It was the
biggest of Its kind he ever heard
of.
Anslinger said the marihuana
was destined for New York. An-
nouncement of the seizure was
upheld, he said, because agents
had word "some New York
gangsters planned to hijack the
car from district police."
"Too bad they didn't try," he
remarked. "Then we would have
been shipping some wooden
boxes to New York."
Police and Treasury agents al-
most dismantled Weatherbee's
Bulck to locate the drug. It was
found behind the fat fenders
wrapped in waterproof plnk-
and-green plastic bags. Another
eight pounds was uncovered
earlier when Weatherbee was
arrested.
Police said the total load was
enough to spike some 443.000
"reefer" clgarets, described in
recent hearings as the type of
narcotic used Initially by most
addicts.
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
What to Do?
BY EDGAR MARTIN
CAPTAIN EASY
Reprimanded
BY LESLIE TURNEB
1 WAS AFRAID T AFTER ALL OUR
HE'D GOTTEN / SACRIFICES TO MAKE
BORED HERE, I THAT BOY HAPPY, THI*
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VIC FLINT
Faro Refuses
BY MICHAEL O'MALLEY
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THE PANAMA AfifKKICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEW8FATE*
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Stabilizer Says Rollback Ban
Can Cost Housewives $1 Daily
US Consumers Are
Showing Sales
Resistance Now
By VINCBNT J. BURKE
WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP) Economic Stabilizer
Eric Jphnston warned Congress yesterday that a threaten-
ed ban on price rollbacks would be an "economic Pearl
Harbor" that wbuld add a dollar a day to every house-
wife's budget. ;
Opening a last-ditch Administration bid for a strong
controls law with President Truman's personal blessings,
Johnston said the provision would cost the nation $15,000,-
000,000 to $19,000,000,000 over the next 12 critical
months. ., ,. .
He made the statement as a hostile House began
debate on an amendment-riddled controls bill which is bit-
terly opposed by Mr. Truman and his economic high com-
mand. The Senate already has passed a weakened eight-
month extension.
The President told his news conference he still hopes
Congress will agree to his request for a strict law to fight
inflation as the rearmament program gains speed. But he
said he has written all the letters and made all the speech-
es he means to. ^
Johnston told tab own news
conference that failure of Con-
gress to restore the Govern-
ment', authority to roU back
meat and manufacturing prices
would coit every American fa-
mily 1360 a year In added ItTlng
costs or about a dollar day.
He added that the President
with whom he met earlier had
authorized him to "do ev"*1,"'1^
we can to get a strong contro bin
out of Congress." It will be a give
em hell" campaign and he will
hei-\ It himself, he said. .
Johnston said the Senate bill
which prohibits price rollbacks
and requires cost Increases to be
reflected In higher priceswould
add $12.000.000.000 to $14,000.000 -
000 annually to consumer costs
and $3.000,000.000 to $5,000.000.000
to defense outlays.
As it now stands, the House
measure merely would forbid two
future beef price rollbacks plan-
ned bv Price Administrator Mi-
chael V. DISalle. But a Republi-
can-Southern Democratic coali-
tion is confident it can extend
the ban'to cover all rollbacks and
even cancel a 10 per cent rollback
In cattle prices already in effect.
Chairman Brent Spence. D.,
K-. of the House Banking Com-
m /.ee opened the House debate
with a warning that Russia may
have bid for peace in Korea at
this time to "lull us to sleep in
hopes the nation will relax its de-
fense effort.
"If she succeeds," he saM,
"she will obtain a greater *-
rv than she could win on the
field of battle. It only means
she will strike at another saot
more advantageous In the fu-
ture.
"It takes a Pearl Harbor to a-
rouse the people. But It takes a
very little to lull them asleep.
Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott. Mich.,
ranking committee Republican,
retorted that Administration
spokesmen have "exaggerated
the need" for price and wage
curbs. He said much could be
done toward controlling inflation
through more "orthodox meth-
"Consumer goods are literally
running out our ears," Wolcott
said. "The pipelines are full. And
still we hear these pleas for more
direr-t controls."
Johnston said he plans to see
as many members of Congress as
possible, both individually and in
groups, in the next week in an
effort to convince them that
stronger controls are needed.
"I am willing to debate infla-
tion with any member of Con-
gre-s any time, any place," he
said.
Johnston said he is not trying
to stli up a letters-to-Congress
campaign in favor of stronger
controls but added that "I expect
the voters will communicate with
Congress."
He said he believes the law-
makers "Just didn't understand"
the Impact of their proposed ac-
tion On the pocketbooks of con-
sumers .
Tba Chief Executive said he
nas no iaea of compromising in
his demand for firm rollback au-
thority, particularly on beef. But
he said he has done Just about
everything he can do to convert
Congress to his way of thinking.
He recalled that he stressed the
need for strong ontrols legisla-
tion in his Independence Day
speech to the nation. In that
speech. Mr. Truman said the bat-
tle for freedom may be lost If in-
flation gets out of hand in this
country.
50 Orphans Die As
Excursion Steamer
Bursts Into Flames
BERLIN, July 6 (UP) The
- Bast German excursion steam-
er Heimatland. its decks Jam-
med with approximately ISO
orphans on a vacation outing,
burst into flames on the Spree
River yesterday.
West German Police said at
least 50 persons were either
burned to death or drowned.
East German police officials
refused to release an official
casualty figure, but Commu-
nist "People's Police" at the
scene said at least 25 died and
the total was expected to go
much higher.
The State-owned vessel was
virtually destroyed by flames,
but did not sink.
WASHINGTON,, July 6 (UP)
American consumers began
the second half of 1951 with
much more sales resistance
than they had at the start of
the year. .
Six months ago the nation
was on a buying spree, fearful
that the defense program would
lead to shortages. Department
stores sales soared to 25 per
cent above pre-Korea levels, and
officials warned against panic-
buying and hoarding.
Today the only one who seem
to be alarmed about shortages
are the merchants. They are
suffering from shortages of
customers, even when they slash
prices in bargain sales. Depart-
ment store sales are back at
pre-war levels, and economists
are warning of Inventory gluts.
The contrast .is all the more
remarkable because the actual
pinch of the defense program
Is Just beginning. There were
no real shortages during the
first half of the year, but there
mav he some during the last
half.
There are a number of ex-
planations for the paradoxical
situation.
Secretary of the Treasury
John W. Snyder provided one
by pointing out that the de-
fense program so far "has been
devoted largely to tooling up
for military production."
The second phase, which will
come this fall and winter, will
Involve heavy diversions of raw
materials from civilian to mil-
itary production. Defense spend-
ing, which is now running at
an annual rate of about $30.-
000,000.000 will be almost doub-
led soon.
Another factor In the buying
slow-down, many economists be-
lieve, is that consumers are run-
ning short of both cash and
credit. They are still paying off
debts for washing machines, ra-
dios, and other items they
bought on the installment plan
during the big rush last winter.
Moreover, the Govern m e n t
has clamped strict regulations
on new consumer credit. An
automobile buyer, has to pay
onethlrd down and the balance
In 15 months. Many business-
men blame these rules for the
sales slump.
Ex-British Ambassador
To US Dies in Scotland
GRENOCK. Scotland. July 6
(UP) Lord Inverchapef of
Loch Esk died here yesterday.
As Archibald Clark Kerr, he
war a former British ambassador
to the United States and Rawla,
and from 192S to 1928 w-iS
ritish Minister to several Cen-
tral American countries.
FBI Promotes Con
Man Who Passed
Check As FDR
WASHINGTON. July 6 (UP)
A glib confidence man, who
ileeced his parents by faking
his own death, was "promoted"
today to the FBI's list of the
10 most hunted" fugitives.
The new nominee for early
arrest Is Frederick Emerson Pe-
ters, 05, who has been passing
bad checks for 50 years but
he probably is not using that
name wherever he is hiding out.
The FBI has a list of at least
130 aliases which he has used
at various times.
Peter's is so good at imperso-
nations that he once cashed a
check signed "Franklin D.
Roosevelt." That was in 1923,
when the late Mr. Roosevelt was
an overseer of Harvard Univer-
sity.
On another occasion, Peters,
using an alias, telegraphed his
parents that their son was dead
and asked that they wire money
to have his body brought home.
The heartbroken father and
mother did wire the money
and Peters walked off with ft.
Peters has served three terms
in federal prisons for practicing
his bogus check art. His last
term ended in 1941, and he soon
resumed his old "trade." The
FBI, which has been looking for
him diligently since 1947, knows
o fat least 150 bad checks he
has cashed during that period.
He Is a mild mannered,
smooth-talkln man who has
successfully assumed the roles
of Government official, physic-
ian, college professor and
clergyman. He particularly likes
to prey on charitable and bene-
volent Institutions, as well as
kind-hearted Individuals.
Born in West Salem, O., Pe-
ters in five feet, eight inches
tall, weight 160 pounds, has
bluish-gray eyes, and wears
shell-rlmmed glasses.
The Americas Mark
Year Of Progress
In Point 4 Work
rASHINGTON. July 6 (USIS)
echnlcal cooperation In agri-
culture between the United States
and Latin American countries
showed significant advancement
during the first year of the Point
four program, a spokesman for
the Technical Cooperation Ad-
ministration said here.
He referred to the 1950-51 fis-
cal year, which ended June 30,
1951.
The TCA spokesman pointed
out that President Truman ap-
proved the Act for International
Development, authorizing the
Point 4 program on June 5; 1950,
and that the first annual appro-
priation of $38,500,000 became a-
vailable on September 6, 1850.
Because technical cooperation
between the United States and
Latin America is not new. some
projects having been in operation
shice 1940. the Point Four Pro-
gram has shown greater results
In those countries than in parts
of the world where It was not so
well understood, the spokesman
said.
Of the 31 Point Four General
Agreements signed at the present
time, half have been with Latin
American countries.
They are Panam. Bolivia. Bra-
zil. Costa Rica. Chile. Colombia.
Dominican Republic Ecuador,
Haiti. Honduras. Mexico. Nicara-
gua. Paraguay. Peru and Uru-
guay.
By last month projects were
MCOiY ON BRIDGE
Florida's WarrenyBack
On Job, Defies Probers
By JAMES RUSSELL
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The player who held the North
cards in the hand shown today
Is the sort of man who likes to
call a spade two spades. His slam
try of five hearts was sheer mad-
ness. (He calls it optimism.)
South's decision to accept the In-
vitation may have been question-
able also. The final contract was
certainly a diuv.
West should have opened the
ace of trumps, continuing with a
low trump. North's bidding indi-
cated acute shortage of diamonds,
and West should have acted to
reduce dummy's ruffing power.
Instead West opened his single-
ton spade, giving South a chance
to make the contract.
Now South Is not one- of thf
experta who can spot all the dif-
ficult plays 10 moves ahead of
time. He Just plays by ear and
does the best he can. His best
was very good Indeed In this case.
He won the opening lead with
the king of spades, took the ace
of diamonds and ruffed a dia-
mond In dummy. Then he led the
ace followed bv the king of clubs,
intending to discard a diamond.
When East ruffed the king of
lubs. South's moan was really pi-
tiful to hear.
Making the best of a messy sit-
uation. South ovef-ruffed, mffed
another diamond fa dummy, and
ruffed a low club in his own
hand. Then he led the king of
hearts and waited despairingly
for the enemy to take a trump
and a diamond.
Much to South's amazement.
West took the ace of trumps and
returned a trump. Poor West had
no diamonds and no spades, so
the trump return was his only
safe exit.
Now South led his remaining
two trumps, discarding clubs
from the dummy. This left him
with one diamond and one spade,
while dummy had (he spade ace
and a low spade.
At this point East showed every
sign of acute distress. He had
two spades and the top diamond
but had to find a discard. If he
threw the diamond. South's seven
would be good. When he actually
threw a spade, dummy's two
spades won the last two tricks.
"A beautiful squeeze said East
with grudging admiration. South
decided it wasn't necessary to
confess that he had Just stumbled
into the winning Une of play.
Even a blind pig sometimes gets
an acorn.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida, July 6
(UP)Gov. Fuller Warren has
returned to his duties in the
State Capitol with no plans to
see any members of the U. S.
Senate Crime Investigating
Committee unless they want to
accept his challenges to a de-
bate in Miami.
It was learned today that the
open-air banJwell arena in Mia-
mi's Bayfront Park has been re-
served for tomorrow night in
case any of the four Senators
on the crime committee chal-
lenged by Warren accept the
governor's "Invitation."
That will be the only way
they can talk to him. Warren
returned the Crime Commit-
tee's subpoena to Washington
with a five-page statement that
the summons was a violation
of "State sovereignty."
Miami attorney Clarence L.
Theed admitted today that his
reservation of Bayfront Park
for a "political gathering" ac-
tually was for Warren's debate
with crime committee members
If It comes off. Theed said the
Governor's aides told him War-
ren would come to Miami "right
up to the last minute" if any
one of the four Senators ap-
pears.
So far, Warren has challeng-
ed all members of the crime
committee except Sen. Alexand-
er WUey, R.. Wls., to debate
gambling with him in Miami.
None has accepted.
Warren refused to answer any
questions about the challenges
or the subpoena as he attended
his first SUte cabinet meeting
in more than two months today.
He returned from a 20-day sea-
side vacation Sunday night.
Committee chairman Herbert
R. O'Conor, D., Md.. said the
crime group would not make
any indication what it intends
to do until the committee meets
MoAday. The full committee Is
required to approve a recom-
mendation for a contempt of
Congress citation.
But Sen. Charles W. Tobey, R.,
N. H.. said he considered the
Governor was "hiding behind a
technicality" by refusing to
obev the subpoena.
"No man Is above the la win
this country," Tobey said.
"The very fact that he (War-
ren) doesn't come, makes me
feel more and more convinced
that he has got something to
conceal," Tobey added.
under way In these countries and
also In Cuba. El Salvador. Guate-
mala and Venezuela where they
were Instituted pending the sign-
ing of General Agreements.
With the exception of Vene-
zuela, the Point Four Program
in each of these countries in-
cludes projects in food supply
and agriculture.
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SHORTS SLACKS
HATS BELTS
SKIRTS HOSIERY
COSTUME JEWELRY
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No. 8 Tivoli Avenue
; from Ancn Postoffice
J|jk FELIX h i**f
New ALL-LEATHER HANDBAGS
White, Black
and Colon
From
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WHITING & DAVIS METAL BEADED BAGS
in White.
. AT BOTH STORM
MAIN STORK BRANCH STORE
No. SI Central Avtnue No. f Tlvoll Avenue
Tel. 2-23l Tel. 2-212S
Store Houn: 8:30 m. to 12:30 p.m. Stort Hour; S:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and from 2 p.m. to S p.m. Open during noon hour.
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
BECAUSE THEY ARE DUTY-FREE.-
Well they claim that "Katie
did it"... but what she real-
ly did... was purchase one of
the famous IMPERIAL DRA-
GON RUGS... down at CASA
FASTLICH. the DUTY-FREE
STORE... for as little as
$648.00... and Katie was wise
in doing so becaMse... these
rugs are now being sold In
California for as much as
$1.300.00... So you see she
was wise... she made the
buy of her life.
You see... Katie got on to
a little gossip that CASA
FASTLICH had ordered these
rugs long before the outbreak
of the war In Korea... so be-
ing a smart girl... she de-
cided to call on CASA
FASTLICH... and make a
sure buy...
So take a hint from Katie
...make sure you get your
IMPERIAL DRAGON RUG.
now... at CASA FASTLICH
the Duty-Free Store, which
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Dodgers Whip Giants 8-4 To Widen N.L
Yanks Regain Half-Game
Lead In American League
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 6 The Giants, still reeling from
the twin July 4th losses, were humiliated again last night
8-4 at Ebbets Field behind Don Newcombe's seven-hitter.
The victory put the Brooklyns
seven and one-half games ahead
in the National League.
The Dodgers took a 1-0 lint
inning lead from the Giants then
let loose with a four-run sixth
barrage which Included Andy
Pafko's nth homer and Oil
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
New York .. .. 45 26 .634
Chicago....., Boston...../ .. 46 n .622
.. 44 M .6*3
Cleveland .. .. 41 :i .5BH
.. 33 IS .485
Washington. .. 28 a .394
Philadelphia .. 28 45 .385
6t. 1.mi is..... .. 22 i'l .311
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St. Louis (T-N).
Cleveland at Detroit (N).
Philadelp'a at Washington (N).
New York at Boston (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 000 <)0 0000 6 1
Detroit 107 000 OOx8 0 1
Kretlow (3-3 >. Dorlsh and Niar-
Mos; Hutchinson (7-3> and Gins-
berg.
ST. LOUIS at CLEVELAND
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
(Night Game)
-New York............ 8
Washington.......... 2
(Night Game)
Boston.............. 8
Philadelphia.......... 3
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn.......47 26 .844
New York......41 35 .538
St. Louis........38 33 .535
Philadelphia .... 35 38 .43a
.Cincinnati......34 38 .412
Boston......... 33 38 .465
Chicago........3 '37 .448
Pittsburgh .....3S 42 .488
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at New York.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Broiiklvn at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N).
Hodges' 27th. The rally finished
Larry Jansen.
Newcombe held the Giants to
four hits until the eighth when
they got four runs off two walks
and three singles but the Dodg-
ers got three more in the same
inning on two walks plus dou-
bles bv Peewee Keese and Duke
Snider.
Howie Fox's seven-hitter beat
the Pirates 4-0 for the Reds at
Pittsburgh. Lloyd Merriman and
Dixie Howell both homered as the
Buccaneers suffered their first
loss In five games.
The Cardinals exploded 14 hlU
for a 10-2 victory over the Cubs
at Chicago. Cliff Chambers hurl-
ed a three-hitter for the Red-
birds.
Sid Oordon's bases loaded sin-
gle in the eleventh inning gave
the Braves a 7-6 win over the
Phillies at Boston. Jim Konstan-
ty suffered Ins sixth defeat In
nine decisions this season for the
Phils even though he retired the
firat eleven batters to face him
when he took over in the sixth.
Earl Torgeson bit a three-run
homer for the Braves In the third.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Yankees retained a half-
game lead in the junior circuit
when Bob Kuzava's four-hitter
beat the Senators 8-2 in a Yankee
Stadium night game after Fred-
die Hutchinson s five-h i 11 e r
whipped the White Sox for the
Tigers 8-0 at Detroit.
The Red Sox took their third
straight from the Athletics 8-3
in a Philadelphia night contest.
The Indians-Browns game was
rained out.
dene Woodling and Hank Bau-
er homered for the Yanks in their
lead gaining assault, but Just as
Important was Jerry Coleman
who drove hi four runs with a
single and double.
Gil Coan of the Senators
slashed the longest homer of
the night, however, against
the facade of the upper right
field deck in huge Yankee Sta-
dium.
A seven-run third inning fin-
ished the White Sox and dumped
them Into second place after less
than 24 hours back on top. Ex-
Tiger Lou Kretlow was the victim
of the assault in which ten men
batted.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race "P-2" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: 8275.00Pool Closes 1:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Bfalo J. Avila 120
r-Tapsy J. Baeza. Jr. 112%
-8 Eclipse O. ChanU 120
4Politico M. Hurley 120
5Golden Faith A. Valdivia 114
0Jullto J. Chuna llOx
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(11 Innings)
Phila. 100 200 300 006 11 1
Boston 003 012 000 01-7 12 0
Miller. Candini. Heintzelman,
{Constanty 3-6 and Semlnlck;
Bickford. Estock. Chlpman. Sain,
Nichols (4-2 and St Claire.
Faces In
The Majors
2nd Race "F-2" Natives4'j Fga.
Purse: 8275.00 -
Second Rare
1Carilimpio
2Norma
3Sixaola
4Callejera
6Cafetal
ftPeggy
Pool Closes 1:15
of the Doubles
C. Ycaza 120
O. ChanU 112
R. Gomez 115
M. Hurley 115
G. Grael 120
G. Cruz 120
3rd Race "I" Imported 44 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Close 1:45
One-Two
1Antecede C.Ruiz 112
2-Armeno A. Phillips 120
3Apprise K. Flores 120
,_Celaie w j. Avila 117
5 Alfonsito C Ycaza 120
6Miss Cristina F. Rose 112
7Arabe II G. Alfaro 122
4th Race "1" Imported 4" a Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:28
Quiniela
1 -Rossoning R. Vasquez 113
2Beach Sun A. Mena 11 lx
3Manhattan J. Cadogen 116
4Islero F. Rose 119
5Hanna J- Avila 116
ftEl Puma A. Paredes 117x
7Tartufo P. Ordonez 117-
5th Race "C" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Curaca B. Pulido 112
2Silver Domino B. Aguirre 112
3Cheriberlbin C. Ycaza 112
4Mimo J. Avila 120
5Will Wire R. Vergara 112
6Polvorazo F. Rose 108
6th Race "I" Im
Purse: $375.00
First Race of
1Sun Cheer
2Poleckaa
3Gay Ariel
4Charles S.
5Klldare
ftNavajo Trail
7Fulanito
ported 7 Fgs.
Pool Closes 3:35
the Doubles
C. Ruiz 120
B. Aguirre 110
J. Chuna 105x
A. Enrique 103x
G. Cruz 107
A. Mena. 104x
V.Castillo 120
7th Race "H" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $44)0.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Prestigio C. Ruiz 120
2Fanglo R. Gomez 120
3-D. D. T. O. Chanls 106
4Danescourt M. Hurley 120
5Apretador K Flores 105
ftScotch Chum F.Rose 106
8th Race "B" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $350.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1 Mufteco J. Chuna 106x
2Mandinga C. Ruiz 122
3Filigrana A. Mena 106x
4Grito y Plata) M. Hurley 116
5Mr. Espinosa) C.Chavez 104x
ft-Eloina G. Cruz 122
7Proton B. Aguirre 110
8Amazona R. Gomez 118
Cincinnati 000 020 2004 7 0
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 7 1
Fox (4-41 and Howell; Pollet
(2-5 i, Queen and Garaglola.
St. Louis 032 102 00210 14 0
Chicago 002 000 000 2 5 1
Chambers (5-8) and Rice;
Kllppsteln (4-4). Lown, Kelly,
Schultz and Edwards.
(Night Game)
New York............ 4
Brooklyn............ 8
9th Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
Paul Lehner
Jlmmv Dyke
Athletics
1Rose Hip
2Lacnico
3In Time
4Coragglo
5 High Mount
6Beduino
F. Rose 120
A. Soto 114
B. Moreno 110
C. Lino 115
K. Flores 112
A. Valdivia 114
10th Race "A" Natives6> Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Fulminante O. Chong 104x
2 Tully Saba A. Bazan 115
3Batan A. Mena 103x
4Baby Rol O. Chanis 106
5Don Pltln M. Arosetnena 108
Manager Ed Sawyer Completes
Powerful N. L All-Star Squad
BY FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, July 6 (UP)
Manager Eddie Sawyer complet-
ed one of the most powerful Na-
tional League All-Star squads in
years Tuesday when ht added se-
venteen players. Including eight
pitchers, to the eight starters
chosen by the nation-wide poll
of the fan.
Sawyer named four more
Dodgers, Including pitchers Dun
Newcombe and Preacher Roe. to
give Brooklyn a total of seven
players on the squad. The Phil-
lies and Cardinals have four
players each, the Giants three,
the Braves, Cubs and Red* two
each and the Pirates, one.
The Phillies' manager came up
with two surprise selections41-
year-old knuckle ball pitcher
Dutch Leonard of the Cubs and
veteran outfielder Enos Slaugh-
ter of the Cardinals. Sawyer
passed over 10-game winner Ger-
ry Staley of the Cardinals and
Murry Dlckson of the Pirates and
Vern Bickford of the Braves to
give Leonard his first crack at
All-Star competition.
The Giants' Sal Maglie and
Alvin Dark and the Cardinals'
ally Weatlake are the only
other All-star game "rookies"
on the squad. Slaughter and
'Musial, who will be playing in
their eighth dream game, are
the squad's veterans.
In addition to Newcombe, Roe,
Leonard and Maglie, Sawyer
named Warren Spahn, Robin
Roberts. Larry Jansen and Ewell
Blackwell to his staff The eight-
man staff shows a combined rec-
ord of 74-36 and a total of 13
shutouts. In addition, Blackwell,
Maglie and Newcombe have
pitched one-hitters this season.
Sawyer's choice of Blackwell,
despite a mediocre 7-7 record and
a recent battle with a lame arm,
is in accordance with the gen-
eral National League feeling that
the Reds' tall side-armer is its
best bet against the American
League. Blackwell has pitched a
total of 12 2-3 Innings In four
firevlous games and allowed a to-
il of only seven hits and two
runs. He Is virtually a cinch to
draw a three-inning assignment
and a good bet to start.
Sawyer backed up his impres-
sive staff with just about all the
power he could summon. To the
"fans' outfield" of Stan Musial.
Richie Ashburn, and Del Ennis. he
added Slaughter, Duke Snider,
Ralph Klner, Wally Westlake and
Johnny Wyrostek. Four outfield-
ersKiner, Westlake. Snider and
Musialhave hit 15 or more homr
ers and their averages scale from
Musais .372 to Slaughter's .263.
Gil Hodges, the majors' lpadin"
homer hitter with 27 and named
by the fans to play first base, and
the Phillies' WilUe Jones are the
only infielders with batting av-
erages of less than .300. Sawyer's
selections. were Peewee Reese
.308), Red Schoendienst (.305)
and Jones (.294 and 14 homers).
Named by the fans were Jackie
Robinson (.380), Dark (.337) and
Bob Elliott (.33).
Sawyer named only one
cateher Bruce Edwards to
go with Roy Campanriia. That
gave the soaad even more of a
Brooklyn ting* because Ed-
wards had played second string
to Campaneua before he was
traded to the Cubs in the big
eight-player deal that shocked
the league.
Sawyer's seventeen players, not
counting pitchers, showed a total
of 158 homers for the seasonan
average of slightly more than
nine per man.
Notable absentees from the
squad are Andy Pafko of the
Dodgers, Jim Konstanty, the re-
lief star of 1950, and pitchers
Staley, Dlckson and Bickford. But
Sawyer's seelctions were not ex-
pected to blossom into any such
controversy as occurred when
A.L. Manager Casey Stengel left
Bob Feller off his squad.
Fourteen Ping Pong Panama Quintet Captures
?aiS?e^.SI!led *' Juy 4 H<>op Tournament
Pacific Clubhouse
GUN CLUB
NOTES
The Balboa Gun Club held
a .46 caliber pistol shoot Sun-
day, July l at their Far Fan
Range. Sgt Stringer of the
Marines was high with a 282.
This Is excellent shooting with
a .45 pistol. Jake Bernson was
winner of Class B, Archie Tur-
ner of Class C, and Sturtevant
Todd of Class D. The complete
scores are as follows:
Sgt Stringer 282
Capt Crumpacker 271
Capt Gorder 265
Sgt Wolchlck 252
Jake Bernson 247
Sgt Breckon 238
Cpl Tucker 238
Lt. Pratt 281
Archie Turner 228
Lt Haynes 22?
'Rifle'" Jaffray 220
George Hall 219
Sturtevant Todd 208
Sgt Peterson- 202
Cpl Richer 177
Cpl Counselman '110
Juan Franco Tips
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4Manhattan Islero
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Fulanito Navajo Trail
7Fanglo Apretador
8 Mandinga Amazona
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With a 14-match schedule on
tap this evening at the Pacific
Clubhouse the Panama section
round robin of the Cla. Alfaro's
Isthmian Table Tennis cham-
pionship tournament, now In its
third week, is expected to be
completed. In case of ties, all
playoffs will be scheduled for to-
morrow night.
Announcement regarding the
date of the semi-final to include
the winners and runners-up of
the other sections, will be made
shortly, a tournament committee
spokesman said today.
The players to enter the semi-
finals will be notified sufficient-
ly In advance of the date on
which the event will be held, the
spokesman added.
This evening's schedule: Lt. O.
L. Morrow vs. James Webster,
Stanley Hall vs. Ana Teresa Ros,
Wesley Jones vs. Wm. Stephen-
son, Arthur Joseph vs. Ana Tere-
sa Ros, Lt. O. L. Morrow vs. Car-
los Wong^ Alfonso McCormack vs.
Ramn Remires, Arthur Joseph
vs. Wm. Stephenson, James Web-
ster vs. Carlos Wong, Wesley
Jones vs. Sgt. Joe Lockman, Lt.
G. L. Morrow vs. Wm, Stephenson,
Sgt. Joe Lockman vs. James Web-
ster, Alfonso McCormack vs. Ana
Teresa Rios, Wesley Jones vs. Ar-
thur Joseph and Wm. Stephenson
vs. James Webster.
Following is a corrected stand-
ing Including matches of July 2:
Won Lost
Joseph............ 9 0
Stephenson........ 8 1
Morrow.......... 7 3
Lockman.......... 7 S
Jones............ 8 3
Webster.......... 5 3
Hall.............. 7 4
Wong............. 7 4
McCormack........ 6 6
Rios i............. 3 6
Ramirez.......... 2 9
An overflow crowd was on hand
Wednesday when the Panama
basketball team nipped the Al-
brook quintet to cop the Fourth
of July Basketball Tournament
at Balboa Stadium.
Bombers Tike lead
In Government
Basketball League
8TANDINGS
Government League -
TEAMS Wen Lost
Bombers.......... S 1
Eagle*.. ........ t %
Paquete ....,..'... 8
Rsncheros........ 2
Curandu.......... t 8
Balboa Gym........ 1 3
Charles Brown's Bombers took
the undisputed lead this week In
the Government Basketball Lea-
gue, when they defeated Bill Car-
lln's Rancheros 88-54 in a hard,
fought, well played game at Bal-
boa Gymnasium. The Bombers
came into the league the least
feared of the six teams partici-
pating, but have proved their
worth and are well on their way
to winning the first half with only
four games left to plky.
Things are really tight as far
as second place goes, There Is a
four-way tie between Larry Jones'
Paquetes, Jack Baldwin's Eagles,
Carlln's Rancheros, and the Cu-
rundu team under Mr. Piala.
The Balboa Gym team is at
resent In the cellar, but hoping
> get out next week, or at least
to have company.
It was one of the most exciting
and well played games held in
the Canal Zone this year. From
the beginning of the contest un-
til half-time Albrook held a slight
lead. At half-time the score stood
33-50 in favor o fAlbrook.
In the third quarter, Panam
tied it up then spurted ahead but
allowed the Air Force to tie it un
again.
The fourth quarter was Pana-
m all the Way until the closing
minutes when the determined
Albrook squad tried to draw even
again. However, it was too late
and Panam came out on top.
PANAMA
FGPT Pf TP
Cells........ 1 0 I 2
Arosemena ..' 2 8 3 7
Jaen........ 2 2 0
Sonell...... 1 0 1 3
Herrera...... 2 1. % 5
Santos...... 4 1 8 9 "*
Frazer...... 0 0 1 0
Cumberbatch .10 4 2
Williams. .. .. I 7 4 17
Aguilai...... 1 0 0 2
Blades.......0 0 1 0
Tom........ 4 S I 13
Totals.......28 1 34 85
10 free throws missed.
ALBROOK FG PT PP TP
Lee......... 2 2 4 8
Coycault..... 4 1 8 9
Parsell...... 8 4 20
Chambers .. .. S 0 0
Sclafanl...... 2 2 4 S
Ingram...... 2 1 4 5
Mulo........ 4 0 1 A
Bea.
0 8
Totals.......24 14 28 82
15 free throws missed.
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SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
5th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: 650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. CARACA.................b. Pulido 112
2. SILVER DOMINO......... B. Aguirre 112
3. CHERIBERIB1N......'.....c. Yean* 112
4- -W^O.....................j AviJa i20
5. WILD WIRE.............R. Vergara 112
6. POLVORAZO...............F. Rose 108
CHILDRE1S ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACES
8th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: #450.00 Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
1. (ASOMBRO................K. Flores 114
2. (ROADMASTER ............E. Alfaro llOx
3. HIT...................... A. Solo 114
4. GRAN DIA.........____J. Rodrigue 113
5. PORTERS STAR............C. Rui* 112
6- PICON ................... C. Yca*a 110
7. PEPS1COLA ................A. Mena 107x
8. TAMES1S H..............B. Aguirre 110
9th Race
Purse: 550.00
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E" Importeds 654 Fgs.
Pool Closet: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TWO
1. DELHI................. O. ChanU
2. BETVN...................A. Basan
3. TROPICANA.............'. *. Pulido
4. OWN POWER............B. Moreno
5. (FRIGHT...................F. Rose
6. (GAYWOOD...............A. Enrique
7. ESPARTANO............P. Ordonez
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN A IRDfPENOENT OAiXY JflWSPAPE
rAQi rm
a Invitational Finals Slated For Sunday
v
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PAA Windup Between
Charlie Mac^Corsale
Stoh ofthi d" v wm be ketween Charlie MacMurray and AI
Cmli who meet in the Ctaampien.blp Flight. Both, men have
played excellent golf -urine the past few weeks and by ellmlna-
tion their itubborn opponent hat* earned this rifht to compete
in the final match.

The expert are'about evenly
divided in their choice of winner.
The Coraale faru state that in
each match Al haa acored par;
that Gamboa being hi home
courae ahould give Al Jut the slim
advantage required to win. The
MacMurray follower believe Cor-
aale'* paat acore will not Influ-
ence this match: that Charlies
gama i* improving while Al haa
reached his peak and is due for a
lump. Take your choice. Interest
la lntenee and regardlesa of who
win, the match ahould produce
aome interesting golf.
In the First Flight Bob Spain
meet Oeorg Rlley. At first
f glance it looks like Rlley all the
waybut let' conBlder this:
While Spain has won two maton-
ea by defaut he gave Hammond
trouble for 18 hole and Buddy
had to shoot 74 to beat him. Gene
Hochtedler had Spain 2 down
only to have Bob even the core,
then go on to win 2 up. Spain Is
definitely the underdog In this
match, but many an underdog
haa finiahed on top.
Th* Second Flight bring to-
gether O. OaUndo and Bubb
which may prove to be the most
Interesting match. OaUndo de-
feated Euper 1-up and the fol-
lowing week held off BUI Le-
Brun's strong finish to win again
by 1-up. This how stamina and
a will to win. Bubb aUo won dif-
ficult matches when he defeated
Hunslcker 1-up and came from
behind to defeat Gardner on the
18th. These are stubborn oppo-
nent and the breaks will deter-
mine the winner. ^ _jja _
In the Third Flight Eddie Dur-
ham and Pete Rlley will have an
interesting match. Pete won by
default last week while Eddie was
playing hi beat game of the tour-
nament to defeat Johnny Wright-
Pete' game has been, ragged In
apot but has Improved with each
match and tight competition may-
bring out his Dest. It will be close.
The Fourth Flight match: Bo-
ram v. Bob Engelke ahould also
be lntereating. Boram haa had
little trouble with hla opponents
while Engelke ha had to atrug-
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ele to win. The experts are pick-
ing Boram in this one. but En-
{elke probably won't pay any at-
entlon to the experta.
The Gamboa Club Tournament
Committee has announced that
the trophies will be presented Im-
mediately after the last match Is
completed. Mr. Elton Todd, Senior
Representative for Pan American
World Airways will make the pre-
aentatlons. After the trophies are
presented a buffet luncheon will
be served to all present and a
cordial Invitation is extended to
those who participated in the
tournament and their guests.
Awards To Be Made
To Balboa T Loop
Winners Tonight
Tonight at the Armed Services
YMCA awards will be made to the
winners of the "A" and "B" Lea-
gue Champions of the Balboa
YMCA Warm-Up Basketball Lea-
gue. The presentation will be
made between the first and sec-
ond games of the All-Service
Basketball League now in pro-
greas.
5700th M. ft 8. will receive tro-
phies for winning the "A" Divi-
sion, while Rodman will receive
similar trophies for winning the
"B" Division.
First game on tonight's sched-
ule Is between Corozal and U. S.
Army Hospital at 7 o'clock. The
second contest will be Albrook Air
Force Base against Rodman
(Navy of West Bank.
The public is cordially invited
to attend and there is no admis-
sion charge.
Little League
Billy Beeson In One-Boy Show
Of Juniors Golf Championship
Playground
Sports
GAMBOA
Opening the season. In the in-
ter-Playground Basketball Lea-
gue, the Gamboa E and B teams
split with their rivals from Pedro
Miguel.
Gamboa's strong E League team
found the going very hard in the
second half, but with some good
teamwork, they finally came out
on the top end of a 33 to 25 score.
This victory continues their un-
beaten record of last year, and
with some strong teams to face
this year, these games ahould
provide some thrilling moment*.
Peterson, Gamboa's center, was
high man for the game with 12
points, while E. Phillips, of Pedro
Miguel, contributed 10 points to
the losing cause.
In the B League games, a good
Pedro Miguel team swamped the
Gamboa team by a tune of 35 to
It. The Gamboa team never could
get started, and at the half, they
only scored on field goal. Pedro
Miguel proved too much for the
Tigers by coring at will through-
out the entire game. Otero and
Rieldy accounted for 12 and 10
points for the winning cause..
Goodln wa high for the losers
with five points.
Next Saturday the D and B
Leagues of Gamboa play at home
and the E League travels to Coc-
oll.
Box scores:
"E" LEAGUE
Pedro Miguel EG FL Ft.
Costelman, f .#. 0 0 0
W. Phillips, f. 1 0 3
E. Phillips, c. S 0 10
Dunning, g .... 2 0 4
Orlando, g .... 0 0 0
Cragrif, g.....0 1
Hutchee, g .... 4 0 8
Good hews for baseball fans, is
the scheduled Little League ben-
efit game to be played at Fort
Amador, 4:00 this afternoon.
The exhibition match will be
between the first and second
team of th Little League, in ap-
preciation for the many substan-
tlal contributions from units of
U. S. Army Caribbean, Panama
area. The Fort Amador NCO Club
will donate all proceeds from the
sale of refreshments, to the Lit-
tle League Travel Fund.
Fred Mead, business manager
of the Little Leaguers, arranged
for the Fort Amador exhibition,
through Capt. Wayne Douglas of
Headquarters Company, and Ma-
jor Paul L. Peterson, HQ Com-
mandant of Fort Amador, USAR-
CARIB.
Totals....... 10
Gamboa FG
Morris, f..... 2
G. Crawford, f. 0
J. Crawford, f. 4
Peterson, c 8
Slese. g...... 4
8pector, g 0
Totals.......18
25
FL Fta.
4
G
8
12
9
6)
0
0
0
n
i
o
'Y' Hoop League
The Balboa Armed Service
YMCA started Its All-Service
Basketball League Monday night
with two games played. For the
opener Hdq. 15th Naval District
defeated Rodman with a score
as follow: _,
Bdq. 15th Naval FG FP Ft.
Barnes, f...... 0 0 0
Smith, f........ 1 0 2
Pulllam, c...... 5 1 11
Ryan.g........ 8 0 18
Hutson, g...... 6 i 13
Welsh, g........ 2 1 6
Hamillon, g..... 1 2 4
The semi-final matches of the
Juvenia Watch Club Handicap
Tournament at Summit Hills will
be played the week end of July 8.
Matches for the Championship
Flight hate already been an-
nounced. .
Results of the Consolation
Flight matches played on July
4th were as follows:
Al Saarinen defeated George
Pescod. ,.
Jim DesLondes defeated Ruth
Presley 6 and 5.
Maenner Hull defeated Wilma
Lavers 5 and 4.
George Rlley defeated Jim Hln-
kle 5 and 3.
Matches for the semi-finals
July 8 will be:
Al Saarinen vs. Jim DesLondes.
Maenner Huff vs. George Rlley.
The finals of this tournament
will be held on June 15, and there
will be the usual celebration after
presentation of prizes. A repre-
sentative from Mercurio Jewel-
ers will be on hand with a selec-
tion of men's watches lall the
women have been defeated! for
the lucky winners and runners-
up. ______________
Officials Rule Death
Of 17-Yr.-0ld Boxer
Due To Heart Attack
CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 8 (UP>
Ring official* agreed today
that the death of a 17-year-old
boxer during the last round of
his first bout apparently resulted
from a heart attack.
They said M. L. Chandler, Jr.,
Of Durham, N. C, was not struck
by his opponent, Ray Therrell, 18.
of Mount Airy, N. C. Wednesday
night just before hs eyes went
"glassy" and he slumped to the
canvas.
Referee George Dlehl said the
113-pound youth "had a strange
look on his face and fell, his head
hitting the rope and then the
floor. It was not the result of any
blow.'* v
Fight Judge Marlon Dlehl said
Chandler's eyes were "glassy
looking" when he fell. Charlotte
Boxing Commissioner Orady Cole
said Information he gathered
from persons at ringside agreed
with the judge and referee.
One of Chandler's handlers said
the fighter told him he was "feel-
ing fine" between rounds, and
was watching for Instructions
when his face went blank and he
slid to the floor.
The fight was a part of a ben-
efit card sponsored by the Dis-
abled American Veterans. DAV
Matchmaker Lou Kemp said he
did not think any of the fighters
had been given physical exami-
nations.
Billy Beeson, a 15-year-older
with a veteran's swing and tem-
perament, today ruled the Isth-
mus as the No. 1 junior golfer In
the land.
Billy turned In a brilliant 74 to
walk off with the championship
In the Juniors' Tourney sponsor-
ed by the Balboa Elks Lodge 1414.
Beeson was out In par figures
and faltered only slightly on the
back nine to finish nine strokes
ipetttor,
16-year-old Freddy Vogel, who
bai
ah
ead of his nearest competitor,
stayed within striking distance on
the front nine but lost his con-
trol on the back side. Vogel had
3-4483.
Third was Donald Francey with
88 and fourth was Joaqun de la
Guardia with 00.
In the aecond flight, of young-
er youngsters. Jeff Goodln won
with 104. Jorge Rodrigues was
second with 107. Cesar Campag-
nani, Jr.. playing hi first 18-hole
round, finished third with 120.
The only young lady entered,
Madeline Garret!, turned In a
121.
Raul de Mena, with a medal of
201. high for the day. will receive
six golf lessons from Charlie
MacMurray for his brave effort.
The kids picked up numerous
prizes, donated by the Elks, the
various Isthmian golf profession-
al, and some of the more ardent
local amateurs.
Margarita Sports
Ye*terday morning at S o'clock
the Atlantic Side Junior Basket-
ball season started in the Mar-
garita Gym.
The first game was a walk away
for the Margarita E League as
they defeated the Oatun E Lea-
gue by the score of 19 to 0. The
Margarita boys held Oatun score-
less for the whole game.
Joe White was high point man
for the winners with eight points
to his credit. Tom Cunningham
was close behind him with six
points.
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No. 16 Tivoli Ave.
(Across from Ancon Plavshed)
Box scores:
MARGARITA FG
J. White........ 4
T. Cunningham .. 3
R. Ferklns...... 0
W. French...... 0
B. Rathgaber.. .. 0
Bob Brown......
E. Cunningham .. 2
Smith ...... 0
B-Lust......,. 0
Totals
FT Fts.
THE BIG THREE (L. tolt.) Donald Francey, third, Fred
Vogel, second, and Billv Beeon, first, led the parade In the
Juniors' golf tournament at the Panama Golf Club- Little
Billy, son of weU-known automobile man Charles Beeson,
of Panama and TOlami, easily copped top honors with a
sparkling 74.
o
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
GATUN FG FT Ft.
C. Slaughter .... 0
M. Cunningham .. 0
E. McNamee .... 0
E. Daniel...... 0
E. Harrison..... 0
G. Cotton...... 0
Totals........22
Rodman (Navy) FG
Prettyman, f .. .. 0
Cyr, f.......... 1
Hefner, f....... 4
Conrad, f. .... .. 0
8chlagetter, c. .. 1
Memec, c........ 0
Saylor, g...... 2
Tutko. g........ 1
Jorgenson. g .. .. 4
FF
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
8
4
91
Ft.
0
2
9
1
2
0
6
6
12
"" LEAGUE
Pedro Mlgael FG
Tinker, f..... 2
Rlely, f...... 5
Hail, f....... 1
Knight, c..... 3
Otero, g...... 8
Dolack. g..... 0
TubervilTe..... 0
33
FL Pts.
1
|
I
0
0
0
0
5
10
2
6
12
0
0
Totals....... 17 1 35
Gamboa FG FL Ft.
Morris, f..... 1 1 3
Connors, f .'. 0 0 0
Goodln, f .". 2 1 5
Henderson, c O 0 0
Shoble. g : 0 0 0
Gunn, g...... 2 0 4
Hope, g...... 0 0 0
Totals........14 9 37
The second game ended with
Special Troops taking, the lead
with a score of 42 to 25. The score
Is as follows:
Special Troops FG FF Ft.
Bergeson, f...... 3 0 8
Penaleton, f .... 0 4 4
Bartholomen.f. ..3 0 6
Andrade, f...... 1 1 3
Keen, I........ 0 0 0
Lufts. c. ....... 8 4 20
Runnel, g .. .7 .. 1 1 3
Raines, g...... 0 0 0
McQuade, g .... 0 0 0
Bush, g........ 0 0 0
Totals........16 10 42
Signal FG
Kennedy, f...... 2
Robbin, f...... 0
Maher, f....... 2
Harvey, .. .. .. 2
Kelly.c........ 2
Pratt, g........ 0
Mohn. g........ 0
Anderson, g .. .. 1
Regal, g........ 1
Johnson, g..... 1
Watanaby. g .. .. 0
Hennlng, g..... 0
Ft
5
0
4
5
5
0
0
2
2
2
0
0
Totals........11
25
Totals
2 12
OCCASIONAL VISITOR
Kingsvllle. Ont. (NBA) -*
The Jack Miner Foundation this
?ear handed a Canada Goose
hat Miner, himself, banded 24
years ago.
high point man with five points.
Close behind him was h's team-
mates S. Newhard and B. Rankln
with four points each.
Box score:
MARGARITA FG
B. Willlford .... 1
g. Newhard..... 2
C. French...... 1
R. Perkins...... 2
B. Rankln .. .... 2
J. Prelss....... 0
B. Gibson...... 0
FT
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
PI.
2
4
3
5
4
0
GATUN
J. Hannigan ..
J. Cunningham
J. Slaughter ..
R. Croft.....
B. Smith.....
Harrison
FG FT Pts
5 0 10
0
0
0
D
0
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 II" StreetPanam
No. 12.17 Central Ave.Coloa.
50
t
Mlnlmnn for
12 words
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
FOR SALE:Pontioc 49, radio. Phono
3-2507 Moroonto 8187-B.
WILL TRADE $1.327.00 equity in
"51" Mercury Sport Sedan, for
orlier model car ol like value.
All accessories, 8,000 miles. Call
Ft. Kobbe 421 1. fter 5 p. m.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet convertible
1950. Excellent condition moy be
seen 597-A. Boho Place. Ancon
or call 2-3269, $1,850.00.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford convertible
(lime Green) 14.000. In excellent
condition, first $1,650 takes it.
Leaving for States. Albrook. House
109-A. Phone Albrook 2130.
FOR SALE:'41 Pontiac Coupe. Tel.
Balboa 6338. Miss Schuldt.
FOR SALE
Household
FO RSALE:Leaving 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 choirs,
kitchen utensils, plants, G. E.
washing machine, 25 cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator. 7 ft. Mouse
No. I, next to St. Mary's Acade-
my.
MISCELLANEOUS
0o ou have drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic* AnenymeiM
a 2031 Ancon, C Z.
I drill water wells.
Charles J. Hilbert.
Call 3-0931.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Baby Grand Piono, Un-
derwood typewriter, Magic Gas
Stove, four burners. youths bed,
baby stroller, crib. Phone 916, Co-
lon.
FOR SALE: Ecuadorian straw da-
mac at store Eugenio Chen. 13th
Street Host, Panama
FOR SALE:Bargain, livingroom set,
diningroom set. bedroom set, per-
fect condition. No. 19, 46th St.,
apartment 1.
FOR SALERottan bar with 4 stools.
4 piece Rattan L. R. set, 2 grass
rugs Guatemala L. R. set. bleach-
ed mahoqany end toble and coffee
toble. Albrook. House 109-A.
Phone 2130.
FOR SALE OR TRADE: For late
model motorcycle, a speedboat
with year old, 22 H. P. Johnson
outboard. Phone 3-2506.
MUST SELL:'49 Ford convertible,
$1,300 or best offer. Con be
finonced. EASLY & CHEAPLY.
Phono Navy 2315.
BARGAIN! Dodge Convertible Coupe
4JC t!SL2nl,tSJiA$8|2::!:OR SALE:6 piec< wicker living- cared at Cristobal Storehouse, tele-
TH PANAMA CANAL OFFERS
FOR SALE
The Panamo Conol offers for sale
under sealed bids to be opened 10:30
A. M July 10, 1951, 3 Chevrolet
Sedans ond 15 Cash Registers, lo-
cated ot Section I, Balboa Store-
house, telephone 2-2720, 89 Elec-
tric Water Heaters, located ot Sec-
tion K. Balboa Storehouse, telephone
2-1465. ond 1 Chevrolet Truck, lo-
00 Cash. Telephone 3-3044, Pan-
ama.
POR SALE: 1942 Chevrolet 1-2
ton, pick-up. Excellent condition.
House 0954, Amador Rood.
room set. Chest of drawers. Radio- pbone 3-1256. Bid forms may be
phone automotic record changer, obtained from the above sources, or
Tel. 916. Colon. |from the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses. Balboo, telephone 2-
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
nave around the home
and in your car.
We .have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sizes.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
7 Central Are. Tel. 3-0140
Mr & Mrs Canal Zone:
|fejafl||]B M.1P-COVU .
IE-UPHOLSTERING call w or visit
our how-room Cu.tom bull rural-
SE*Koe,kJ5> See ooi Oeco-
K. ''"> Free Kallmalc* NA-
TIONAL IIPHOI.STFRY (A Here.) J
f Pjai No. 77 (Anlo Row)
New Telephone 3-4828
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonto Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phont Panama
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673,
dromlleh' Sonta Cloro beoch-
cortoges. Electric Ico boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
SHRAPNEL'S houses ON BEACH
Santo Claro. Reservations unneces-
sary. Inexpensive. See Geneva
Shrapnel there.
Willioms Sonta Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frlgldoires, Rock-
gas ronges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: Buick 41 Special. 4
door. Very aood tires, runs like a
sewing machine. 551 -B, Curundu
Hgts. Call 83-3118.
FOR SALE:Knee hole desk, 5' x'2777.
30"; 4 dining and 4 kitchen chairs; '-------
wooden dresser; Ironing board and ^O" SALE: Two 26" Columbia-
bosket; 25 cycle motor; Misc.
items, reasonable prices, 0592-D,
Mindi Street, Ancon.
Position Offered
* ?omohilps
WANTED TO BUY: 1948 Chev-
rolet Convertible, or 4-door, or
* coupe. Top price. House 620-B.
Cocol i, 5 to 8 p. m.
''ANTED
Miecellaneou
Responsible America'- couple desire FOR SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36!
WANTED:Retired couple to serve
as caretakers and salesmen at Co-
ronado Beach. Chance to own
home Commission and small sa-
lary. For information Kline Bal-
boa 2819 evenings or apply ot
Coronodo Beach only 49 miles
oway. weekends.
built, boys bicycles, excellent con-
dition, two-speed gears, many ex-
tras. $30 and $25. 510-D, Cu-
rundu Hgts.. 8^-4232.
FOR SALE:Famous iron roce horse
Cramelo 34 pedigree. Informa-
tion Juan Franco office. B.75.00.
FOR SALE:1951 Radios for Dodge-
DeSoto and Plymouth. Colon Mo-
tors Inc. Tivoli Crossing. Tel. 2-
1704.
FOR SALE
Boat & Motor*
modern furnished house or duplex
In residential section on Atlantic
Side Coco Solo, 344.
MnievWcnted
WANTED:Cook, including house-
keeping for 3 odulK References
II. Sacrifice at $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
. FOR SALE:One boby corrioge, $ 10.
00 in good condition. I Teeters
boby $4.00. Excellent condition,
1 bathinette $10.00. 1 crib mat-
tress, $7.00. Excellent condition,
I Mercury four door 1940. $375.
00. I aquarium, 40 gal ond
stond $20.00. Phone 2-3569.
House 5453, Diablo. Call after 4
4 p. m.
LEICA CAMERAS
Model tllf- Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct <'./ Shipments
At Factors Prices
Porras
Plata A ? Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished port
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St New Cristobal. Phont 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR SALE:Johnson Seohorse mo- ;
tor 10 H. P. Phone 3-0427.
| FOR SALE: A 22 h7p7 Johnson
outboard motor, model PO- I 5, for
S250. Phon; 3-2506.
FOR SALE
Motorrvi'le
required. Coll iBalborl 7-1506 or,F0R. SALE:_2I. Ft- Soil Boot. ""-
apply at houe 0955 t\ Iboo Ireor
street at end of Amador Rood.)
Good solory.
for SALE
F-ftp
FOR SALE: Modern, clean, self-
service grocery store. 5 rm. living
Quarters. On moin thoroughfare
In Bltteroct Valley. Hot-Springs,
fishing, hunting, mild climate.
Write A J. Ingersoll, Hamil-
ton, Montana
FOR SALE.Lot in Fl Coco 1072
Square Metr. $3 00 per, meter.
Phone 3-0427.
Agencies Thomes-Bienet Raicei
Central Avenue No. 259. Apart. 3404
Tel. 3-1069.
Nice house in Rio Abaio for $5,500.
First payment $2,500.
Lots in any section of the city ot
bargain prices.
Houses in Son Francisco and Vista
Hermoso, reo) bargain.
Money for loans.
Afencias Thomas Bienes Rakes
nfrel Aye. No 259. Apart. 3404
?el. 3-1069.
plete with all equipment, powered
with Gray Morme Engine. Coll
Panama 3-2977 after 7:00. Price
reasonable.
FOR SALE:1949 Cushmon motor-
scooter, model 62, excellent con-
dition. Must sacrifice, $150.00.
Phone 3-2643
I "*'
1 f- FO"ND
FOR RENT:^Upper floor of The
Panama Trust Co. with or with-
out furniture. Area 4.000 square
feet, with air conditioning and te-
lephone switchboord. Apply Pan-
ama Trust Co. for Information.
LOST:Stolen or Strayed: Large dark__________________________________
German police dog. Wearing neck FOR RENT:Arcos Solon, for dances
LOST:-Tuesday morning, darkrim-
med reading-glosses, Balboa Com-
my or Postoffice, reward. Phone
1884, Balboo.
FOR RENT
l\1>opl|nPnn
chain Hos wound right forepow,
Reword offered. Call Panama 3-
2579.
and parties.
Panam.
Coll Tel. 2-2522.
LESSONS
Cooching for odvonced piono stud-
Navy Relief Society
Raised $3,308.08
The Commandant of the 15th
ents. Glossies, popular; Fundo- ; Naval District has expressed his
mentals for beginners streamlined. | gratification to all hands for
Beneft s Piano Studio
just arrived
o LeJca lightmeter
o Leica tripod
Hector lenses
o Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adjoining International Hotel)
or (amera tore
(lobby Hotel "O ranam")
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT:For $85.00. apartment
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining-
room, kitchen, to small respectoble
family. Apply Apt. 5. Via Espaa
106 ocross police booth.
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Today. Friday. July
PJML
3:30Music for Friday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15VOA STAMP CLUB
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Evening 8alon (request)
7:00Come Into the Parlor.
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7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00Commentary Raym ond
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8:15 Platter Parade
8:45Facts on Parade
9:00The Jazz Club (VOA)
9:15Radio Amateurs Program
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9:45Sports World and Tune of
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10:00Piano Playhouse (VOA)
10:30Time for Music (BBC)
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FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
Bello Vista, 50 and 70 dollors.
Also 2 bedroom apartment. Ap-
ply No. 3. Jose Duque Avenue, Lo
Cresta, top floor, Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: Modem, cool, inde-
pendent, and screened opartments.
No. 61. Fourth of July Avenue,
Miguel Hive, phone 2-2446.
FOR RENT:Furnished one bedroom
apartment, excellent for couple,
screened. Federico Boyd Na I,
telephone 3-1516.
LOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP
o Trained Operators
e Reasonable Prices
a Air-Conditioned
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FOR RENTComfortable apartment,
15 Street, No. 32, Son Francis-
co de la Caleta.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
nice spacious living diningroom,
Dorien St. No.,8. .next street from
4th of July Ate.
Tomorrow, Saturday, July 7
AJVt.
6:00SiRn On
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties '
8:45The Duke Steps Out
9:00NEWS
9:15Women's World (VOA)
9:30As I See It
10:00r-NEWS
10:05Off the Record
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11:05Off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
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12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
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1:15Personality Parade
1:45Glad to Meet You (BBC)
2:00 Latin American Serenade
' 2:15Date For Dancing
2:30 Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Band Concert
3:15The Little Show
3:30The Bebop Show
4:00Music For Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Quest S.tar*(TD)
6:15Masterworks from France
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6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Oay Paris Music Hall
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7:30Sports Review
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FIELD GETS
90 DAYS AS FBI
(Continued from Page 1)) ,
of the fund, was also told to
come.to court wHb the bail
committee records.
' Another trustee mystery
writer Dashiell Hammett, could
not be found.
The judge delayed sending
Field to Jail at least until to-
day, and possibly until Monday,
at the request of Rablnowitz.
Ryan said the suave millionaire
would not be locked up until
he has a chance to carry his
case to a higher court.
The financial "angel" of left-
ist causes refused Ryan's re-
peated demands to reveal the
source of< $80,000 In bail posted
by the left-wing Civil Rights
Congress for the four Commun-
ists who vanished Monday, when
they were to have gone to pri-
son for three-to-five years for
conspiring against the Govern-
ment.
Field revealed, however, that
more than 1700,000 had been
raised at one time to finance
bail for arrested Reds.
He was ordered, as secretan'
of the Civil Rights Congress be I
fund, to produce the checkbook,
receipt book, and list of depo-
sitors In the ball fund.
But he did turn over to the
Court the minutes kept by the
bail fund trustees and a fin-
ancial report dated Dec 31, 1950.
The report, covering the period
from Sept. 16, 1946 to June 28,
1951, disclosed that $762,219.28
had been loaned to the ball
funds at one time.
Field refused to reveal the
names of the persons who had
made the loans, despite Ryan's
repeated order: "I direct you to
answer."
Field refused to answer after
each direction on the ground
that "to answer might tend to
incriminate me."
The Judge had ordered Field
to bring into court all the rec-
ords and books of the Congress'
ball fund. Field, who won ac-
quittal on Congressional con-
tempt charges earlier this year
refused to do so.
Ryan had sought to aid In
the search for the four mem-
bers of the convicted U.S. Com-
munist Party National Commit-
tee who Jumped their $80.000
ball Tuesday, when they were
to have gone to Jail with their
seven "American polltburo" co-
members.
Field, tall, scholarly graduate
of Harvard University, long has
White Rose Club
Holds Second Count
Of Popularity Votes
The White Rose Dancing and
Sporting Club recently held ltij
second count of votes m its Pop?
ularity Contest. Mildred Elllnge
ton of Panama City led with 185
votes. Mrs. E. Yard of La Boca
was second with 1650 and D Coi
third with 1525. 6
Complete results were:
M. Ellington .......... 1850
Mrs. E. Yard...........1650
Mrs. D. Cox .......... 1525
C. Irwin ............. 1375
Mrs. E. James......... 805
Mrs. Hurdle ......... 555
Mrs. M. Blythe........ 375
Gladys Ramage ...... $00
Mrs. C. Thompson..... 210
Mrs. I. Medrick....... 200
The third vote count will b
held July 13.
Girl Of The Month!
IHighlightOfYMCA
"Spirit 76" Donee
Spirit of "76" Dance will Defea-
tured at the Cristobal Armed Ser-
vices YMCA Saturday, July 7 at
8:00 p.m. This will be the night
In which the "Girl of.the Month"
for July will be announced.
A special program has been
planned by the Social Activities
Committee and will include such
novelties as Paul Jones and
Lady's Choice. 1
Gardner's Band will provide
the music and a score of the "Y's"
Junior hostesses will be on hand
as partners for servicemen at-
tending the dance. This is an-
other popular Cristobal YMCA no>
charge activity.
9:30Battle Report (VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune
of Day (VOA)
10:00HOG Hit Parade
10:30Your Hit Parade (VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
Explanation ot Symbols:
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
RDFRadlodiffuslon Francalse
been regarded as the "angel"
j>f left-wing causes. The Justice
Department revealed last Oc'
that he had registered as a for-'
elgn agent representing Com-1
munlst China. He also holds'
stock in 38 corporations in-:
vestments made with the for-
tune built by the New YorU
Central railroad.
The court action came as the!
FBI widened its already inten-
sive search for the four missing
Commun sLs Gilbert Greei .
Robert Thompson, Gus Hall and
Henry Minston, They were con-'
victed with the seven others inl
1949 by Judge Harold S. Medina,
for conspiring to teach and ad-
vocate the overthrow of tha|
U.S. government by force and
violence. \
FBI agents feared the four,
either have left the country on
formed an underground head-l
quarters with the four indicted 1
Communist fugitives who eludedi
G-men when 17 second-string 1
Red leaders, were arrested Julyi
20.
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Juan B.
Navy Expansion
To Continue
For US Security
The Commandant of the 15th
Naval District on July 4 received
the following Information from
the Chief of Naval Operations,
Department of the Navy:
"It is Important at this time
that all hands understand that
the current expansion program
for the Navy was agreed upon be-
fore the Korean conflict began as
essential to our national security
on a global basis and Is intended
to be completed without regard
to the continuation or termina-
tion of combat operations in Ko-
rea ."
their excellent response to the'
1951 call for contributions to the
Navy Relief Society.
A grand total of $3.308.08 was
contributed to this worthy cause
In the 15th Naval District during
the period which closed July 2.
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Reassigned
To Bremerton
Commander Irwin J. Frankel.
who has served as Assistant to
the Industrial Director, has been
reassigned to the Navy Yard at
Bremerton. Washington, and will
leave the Isthmus todav.
He has been lp, the Industrial
Bureau since April 1949.
He came to the Isthmus from
Long Beach. California, where he
had been on duty with the Navy
Yard.
Commander Frankel Is a native
of Cushlng. Oklahoma. He was
graduated from the Naval Aca-
demy In 1938 and Massachusetts
Institute of Technology in 1943.
He has served in the New York
Navy Yard and was aa<-l"ned to
he Pacific war theater during
World War U
Former Normalite
To Lecture Tonight
At SI. Therese
Brother Mathlas Newell, a
member of the Society of Mary
more popularly known as M?r!n-
ists, will lecture on vocations at
the St. Therese Parish Hall at
7:30 tonight. The general public
is invited to attend.
Brother Mathias was born in
Colon. He attended the La Boca
Normal School for 1 year (1943-
44). Then, he went to the States
where he attended St. Francis
Xavier preparatory school. Later
he continued his High. School
studies at St. John's College pre-
paratory in Collegeville. Minne-
sota from which he graduated in
1948.
He then Joined the Society of
Mary, entering the novitiate of
Mary Nook In Galesvllle. Ohio.
After completing his novitiate,
he attended Mary Hurst Normal
School in Ohio. Later he entered
the University of Dayton from
which he graduated this year
with a Bache'or of Science In Ed-
ucation degree.
The Mai mists are a religious
community of Priests and Bro-
thers. The purpose of their foun-
dation is to help their church
wherever they are needed.
Their present work is chiefly
In Education. Some of the Fa-
thers are doing parish work. The
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aAECA-MUSlJM WEDDING TO BE SOLEMNIZED
I Tmi ETWrnro at it. mary s church, balboa
The Buriui f Mtoi Shirley Ann. Hwurn, .f Curumdji,
aagbt.r .f Mr. and Mr.. Edward J. M'*?"'.**?
Bell, U Lawrene. Bar Jr.. mh T;****^:.1??"
Barca f Margarita, wUl hi wlimBtaid tntaJ""*V *>.
'clack at St. Marv's Church In Bal***. Fallowing We wea-
StaT mfuilr^l baTild at the Elk. Club In Balboa
Affrth. rehaarsal if thi wedding.Tuesday.v.jun, Mk.
Huium entertained members if the bridal party at a buffet
rapper at hr apartment In Curundu. ______
[ Reception Monday
at Argentine Embaaijr
The Ambasador o Argentina
and Mrs. Julio A. Lopez Munli
have issued Invitations for a re-
i cepllon to be held at the Embassy
Monday from 0 to 8 p.m. In cele-
bration of the Argentine Nation-
al holiday.
i The Ambassador and his sons
returned to Panama recently
irom a short vacation trip to
iexico'.
U.8. Ambassador
Arriving Soon
Thi recently appointed United
States Ambassador to Panama.
John C. Wiley, is expected to sail
irom New York on July 12 for
Cristobal. He will be acompanled
by Mrs. Wiley.
' Judge and Mrs. Hancock
Returning from Leave
Judge and Mrs. Joseph J. Han-
cock of Ancon are expected to re-
turn to the Isthmus Monday on
the SS Panama from a short va-
cation trip to New York and their
, former home in Louisville. Ken-
tucky.
Mr. and Mr. Riddlck
,Lavi Panama
r Idr. and Mrs. Junlus R. Rid-
dlck Jr., who have been at Hotel
1>B1 Panama for the past two
weeks, left today for their home
In Caracas, Venezuela. They
were married In Caracas on June
30. Mr. Riddlck's parents. Mr.
end Mrs. J. R. Rlddlck also of
Caracas, aro former residents of
Panama and have many friends
here.
Birthday Party -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Kline
gave a luncheon Wednesday at
their home In Ancon for their
son. Jeffrey, on his birthday anni-
versary i
Retarn. from Visit
In Argentina
Mrs. Fen ton Whelan of Ancon
returned Wednesday by airplane
from a visit of six months with
her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dault. In Bue-
nos Aires.
leave by airplane today for San-
tiago. Chile.
Birth Announcement
Announcements have been re-
ceived from T-Sgt. and Mrs. A.
F. Diaz of Washington, D.C. of
the birth of a son. Arthur Philip
Diaz, on June 27. Mrs. Diaz, the
former Edith Sanders, is a daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G.
Sanders of Gamboa.
Stamp Club Meeting
Monday Evening
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
hold Its regular monthly meet-
ing Monday at 7:30 p.m. In the
Library of theJ.W.B. In Balboa.
Visitors are always welcome at
the club meetings. After the
business meeting an auction of
stamps will be held.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Visitor. Leaving
1 For tho United States
John Abbatemarco of Pelham.
New York, left Thursday morn-
ing by airplane for New York af-
ter a visit of 10 days with Mr. and
Mrs. Harry J. Slnnott at Cable
Heights. Mrs. Abbatemarco and
their young daughter, will remain
with the Slnnotts for a longer
visit. 8he and Mrs. Slnnott are
sisters.
4. Miss Virginia Linthicum. who
has been the house guest of Mr.
amd Mrs. Slnnott for the past
three weeks, plans to leave by
airplane early next week for her
i home In Arlington. Virginia. She
Is Mrs. Slnnott's niece.
Departure, on
SS Ancon
Mrs. John E. Davis of Balboa
left this morning on the SS An-
con to visit friends In New York
City and her sister in Boston. Mr.
Davis plans to jol nher In Sep-
tember and they will return here
In October.
Mrs. L. D. Boney of Curundu,
accompanied by her son. Larry,
also sailed on the Ancon. They
will visit for a few weeks in North
Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. McKeown
left on the same ship, following
Mr. McKeovra's resignation from
the Navigation Division and plan aor*as Hospital,
to make their home near Wash-
ington, D.C.
Russell Keyes, who has been
with the Clubhouse Division, has
resigned and left on the 88 An-
con with his wife and son, Ran-
dy. They plan to reside in Ohio.
Births
SALVATIERRA, Mr. and Mrs.
Agustn of Arraijan, a son. July 2
at Gorgas Hospital.
ARBOLEDA, Mr. and Mrs. An-
bal of Parque Lofevre. a daugh-
ter. Jury 2 at Gorgas Hospital.
GUZMAN. Mr. and Mrs. R. of
Red Tank, a daughter. July 4 at
Gorgas Hospital.
BRUCE, Mr. and Mrs. SO. of
Panama a son, July 4 at Gorgas
Hospital.
PEDDRICK. Mr. and Mrs. El-
mer of Curundu. a son. July 4 at
Gorgas Hospital.
ZARZECKI. Dr. and Mrs. C.
A. of Ancon. a daughter, July 4 at
Benefit Tonight
at the Union Club
The Damas Guadalupanas are
sponsoring a festival at the Un-
ion Club tonight at 8 as a benefit
for their orphanage. Tickets at 50
cents per person may be bought
at the door of the club.
A fashion show modelled by 28
young college Iris, will be one of
the features of the evening's en-
tertainment.
University Women
Holding Tea Tomorrow
The Association of University-
Women of Panama will celebrate
its 11th anniversary with a tea to
be given tomorrow from 4 to 8
p.m. at Hotel El Panama.
Aviators Leave
for Santiago. Chile
Julio Cattan and Jose Saave-
dra Rodriguez. Chilean aviators
who have spent the past several
weeks in 'Panama, planned to
Marriage Licenses
BARCA, Jr. Laurence. 26. of
Margarita to HUSUM. Shirley
Anne. 22 of Curundu.
ROBERTS, Clarence Theo. 23,
of Ft. Amador, formerly of Mely,
Miss, to SINGLETON, Lempie
Bell. 24 of Newvllle. Ala.
DUDLEY. Gerald Joseph. 21, of
Paraso to EDWARDS. Vnese
Conchasta, 18 of Paraso.
DANZINE. George. 21. of Pa-
raso to LAWSON, Zelda Agatha.
21 of Paraso.
CALTHURST. Percy H., 64 of
Arraijan, to HERRERA. Nativi-
dad. 10. of Arraijan.
ANDERSON. Kenneth William.
40, of Balboa, formerly of Aleme-
da. Calif, to POTTER. Angela A-
rosemena. 28 of Balboa.
ALVAREZ. Dionisio, 21. of Pa-
raso, to JOHNSON, Gwendolyn
Theodora, 17, of Panama.
? Dr. and Mrs. Reeder
Return from U.S.
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Reeder ;
of Bella vista have returned
from a short vacation trip to the
L,United States. They visited their
n-in-law and daughter. Dr.
d Mrs. John Gens, in New Ca-
, an, i Connecticut, and their
jghter. Mrs. Kathleen Reeder
Li nchlerl. in Miami, Florida.
f Vbit in Florid.
,.# Irs. Clifford G. Blltch and
(daughter, Miss Libby Blitch,
Ancon sailed today on the SS
icon for a vacation of two
..onths which they will spend In
Tallahassee. Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Byrno
Entertaining Visitors
' 'Miss Mary Jo demons of Fort
S'orth. Texas and Miss Patty
uth Cassetty of Nashville. Ten-
nessee, arrived today by airplane
i groin New Orleans to visit for sev-
eral weeks with their uncle and in-Charge of the Center,
aunt. Mr. and Mrs, J. M.Byrne -
of Curundu Heights. Miss dem-
ons, who visited here during her
^Christmas holidays, attends St.
Tfcary of .the Woods in Terre
' Haute. Indiana. Miss Cassetty
Was graduated last month from
" frV'ard-Belmont m Nashville. They
iave been visiting in New Orleans
ith another uncle and aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Reynolds, former
I.residents of Panama.
Navy's Courses
By Mail Now Open
To All Reservists
Enlisted correspondence cours-
es, previously available only to
members of the Volunteer Re-
serve on inactive duty, are now
offered to members of all com-
ponents of the Naval Reserve,
Headquarters 15th Naval District
announced.
Application for enrollment in
any of the 40 odd courses now of-
fered by the U.S. Naval Corres-
pondence Center. Brooklyn, N.Y.,
must be made on NavPers form
977, copies of which may be ob-
tained from the Naval Reserve
Section. Headquarters 15th Naval
District. The completed applica-
tion must be forwarded to the
Correspondence Course Center
via the District Commandant.
LCDR Hugh S. Brown. Officer-
points
out that successful-completion of
correspondence courses enables
the Reservist to earn added re-
tirement points and thus help
qualify nun for retirement bene-
fits under Public Law 810. In ad-
dition, completion of the courses
helps qualify the enlisted Reser-
vist for advancement in rating
examinations, and. in many cas-
es, proves valuable to the fur-*
therance of his civilian career.
Deaths
EMANUEL. Christian. 85 of Rio
Abajo, July 2 at Gorgas Hospital.
PROBASCO. Nancy. 86. of Bal-
boa. July 2 at Oorgas Hospital.
McQUHAE. Millo. 66. of Pueblo
Nuevo, July 4 at. Gorgas Hospital.
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US Industry Seeks
Wide Open Spaces
WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP)
The Government said today
there Is a definite shift of in-
dustry to the more wide open
spaces at least as far as Gov-
ernment-backed defense plants
are concerned.
The Defense Production Ad-
ministration reported that ma-
nufacturers expanding or build-
ing under tire tax-concession
program "are turning more and
more to such states as Arkansas,
Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado."
Under the program, new facil-
ities considered essential for de-
fense may be written off for
tax purposes in five years
which means a smaller tax bill
fot the concerns Involved.
Defense officials long have
been urging industry to disperse
to more remote parts of the
country to lessen destruction in
event of enemy atom-bomb at-
tacks.
The DPA figured the shift to
the central portions of the
country by showing the distri-
bution of Investments under the
tax concessions in comparison
with the overall investment pat-
tern in 1947.
The study showed that pro-
posed Investments under the tax
grants In the mountain states
Arizona, Colorado. Idaho, Mon-
tana, Nevada. New Mexico and
Wyoming totaled 5.8 per cent
of the value of all such grants
as of last May.
This was a big Jump from
the 1947 figures which showed
capital Investments in that re-
gion amounting to only rilne-
tenths of one per cent of total
national manufacturing volume.
In the Mississippi, Alabama.
Tennessee and Kentucky there
was an increase from 3.7 per
cent to 7 per cent.
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Canine Breed
HORIZONTAL
1,7 Depicted
dog, the St
12 Click beetles
14 Byway
15 Legal point
16 Pry
11 Mine shaft hut
1 Tracts
21 French city
2S Preposition
24 Physician
(ab.)
25 Horse's gait
27 Eskors
30 Eterniiy
31 District
attorney (ab.)
32 Symbol for
sodium
53 Feline
34 Genuine
37 Minute skin
opening
38 Near (ab.)
39 Mystic
syllsbli
46 Moves
stealthily
44 Handsomer
48 Make a lace
edging
4 Type of
architecture
91 Fourth
Arabian caliph
52 Supreme
54 Iroquoian
Indians
56 Fortification
57 Hebrew
ascetic
VERTICAL
1 At this place
2 Rubber trees
3 Musical
Instrument
4 And (Fr.)
5 Depend
Very (Fr.)
7 Injury
8 Chemical
suffix
9 Open sores
10 Gaseous
element
11 Stains
13 Under the
word (ab.)
17 Babylonian
deity
20 Social insect
22 Artificial
language
25 Canvas shelter
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New Books
"Introduction to Poetry," an
anthology by Mark Van Doren,
is one of the new books placed
in circulation during the past
week by the Panama Canal Lib-
rary.
The book contains 400 Brit-
ish and American poems ex-
tending from the loth to the
20th centuries and from Chau-
cer to W. H. Auden and T. S.
Eliot. Thirty of the poems are
analyzed by Mr. Van Doren.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Psychoanalysis Psychoana-
llsls and religion, Fromm.
Bibles The Dartmouth Bi-
ble, Chamberlln.
Dogs The complete dog
book, American kennel club.
English poetry Introduction
to poetry, Van Doren.
Biography and travelFrance;
Paris and the provinces. Ogri-
zek; in person-Lena Home, Ars-
teln.
Fiction The devil in velvet,
Car; Mr. Byculla, Llnklater; The
Golden lie, Phillips; Madame
Serpent, Plaldy; The origin of
evil, Queen; The burned bamble,
Sperber; Rebel run Zara.
Added to the Reference Col-
lection during the past week
Funk Si Wagnalls standard dic-
tionary of folklore, mythology
and legend. Vol. 2, Leach; Na-
tional buyers guide of the Unit-
ed States; for purchasing agents
and buying executives. National
buyers guide, 1949; Leach; The
nil-sports record book, Menke;
The official encyclopedia of
baseball, Jubilee ed Turkln.
Children's booksSleigh bells
for Windy Foot, Frost; The man
who didn't wash his dishes,
Krasilovsky; Angelina Amelia,
a doll, Moon; Sophie and her
puppies. Sterling: America's
transportation. Hall; Up above
and down below, Webber; and
Mark Twain, boy of old Missou-
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JULY C, 1951

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ANNUAL RECEPTION AT CONSULATE
The United States Consul and Mr. Charles H. Whitaker
received at the consulate from 10:80 to 1:00 p.m. on Inde-
Thelr guests included the member of the American Col-
ony in the Republic with members of the consular corps, re-
presentatives from the Army and Navy and officials of the
Republic and Canal Zone.
The residence was decorated
with Baskets ol flowers, the gifts
or friends and representatives of
other countries. A centerpiece of
fed. white and blue gladioli car-
ried out the national colors on
the birffet table.
The hostess was assisted by
Mrs. Edmund MacVlttle, Mrs.
Eustace Lee. Mrs. Fritz Hum-
phrey Mrs. Milton Cookson. Mrs.
John Kernlck and Mrs. Albert
Motta. .
Over two hundred guests called
during the morning.
Mrs. Lamer Honored
with Bon Voyage Party
Mrs. Thomas M. Lamer of Fort
Davis, who is leaving In the near
future with Lt. Colonel Larner
for dutv In Pennsylvania, was
honored with a dessert card par-
ty and handkerchief shower elv-
en Tuesday bv Mrs. Robert Car-
roll and Mrs. Walter Skeislallls.
The handkerchiefs were at-
tached by miniature rowboats to
a folder, which had a large ship
as the frontispiece. The names of
the donors were Included as the
passenger list. An original, hu-
morous poem accompanied the
(tin.
The guests were seated at Indi-
vidual tables centered with flags
and carnations and gladioli. The
buffet table held a large center-
piece of pink carnations.
Mrs. George Poole. 8r.. won the
high scoring prize at bridge. Mrs.
James E. Bowen. Jr.. was>e^-)nd
and Mrs. Fred G. Stelner won
the traveling prize.
The other guests were: Mrs
Maurice E. Webb. Mrs. H. W.
Hankie, Mrs. John H. Wlggs.
Mrs. M. E. Hutchlnson. Mrs.
James D. Storie. Mrs. Mllo S.
Gardner. Mrs. B. K. Ogan. Mrs.
Walter D. Bailey, Mrs. James
Jess, Mrs. David R. Kuhn. Mrs.
A. F. Raymond. Mrs. John C.
Kernlck. Mrs. George 8. Cough-
lin, Mrs. ElbertE. Hill and Mrs.
George Kennedy.
Abel Bravo Honors
Mr. Cummlngs
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cum-
mlngs, who are well-known In
Colon, where he was formally sta-
tioned with the United States
Consulate were honored by the
Abel Bravo School at the exercis-
es they held the afternoon of July
3 to commemorate the Indepen-
dence Day of the United States.
Mr. Cummlngs was instrumen-
tal in setting up the program of
studies In the school. In appre-
ciation of his Interest and work
with the school, he was present-
ed a gift from each department.
Mrs. Cummlngs received a large
bouquet of flowers.
Mr. Victor Dosman. principal
was in charge of the program.
Those present included Mr. Er-
nest Jepson. Mrs. Rufus Smith,
and Mr. Paul Pina from the
American Embassy In Panama
and Mr. and MrS. Charles H.
Whlttaker of the Colon Consul-
ate. Mrs. L. L. KoepkeandMrs.
Samuel Puller representative of
the Inler-Amerlcan Woman's
Club.
DeMolays Hold
Open Installation
In the presence of a large ga-
thering of friends, the Cristobal
Chapter of the Order of DeMolay
Installed their new corps of offi-
cers at an open Installation Tues-
day evening at 8:00 p.m. at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple.
Victor Mizrachl. the retiring
Master Councilor Installed Paul
Engelke In the highest office of
the organization.
.. Thanks to delicious Clapp's Pears
Clapp's Foods are so templing
b.ilm-.i enjoy en ting them SO
nutritious, they grow up strong
and healthy.
Yee. Clapp's makes only baby
foods. That's why Clapp's knows
what babies like -ind what's
good for them, too! Mothers de-
pend on Clapp's, and doctors
everywhere recommend it. Re-
member, your doctor it the final
authority m fettling your baby.-
Clapp's Pears are only one of
the 19 delicious varieties of
chopped and strained fruits and
vegetables prepared by Clapp's
for vour baby. All are tasty, nu-
tritious, and economical.
The other Installing officers
were: senior councillor*. Ralph E.
Malcolm. Junior Councilor, Rich-
ard de Castro, senior deacon,
Philip R. Sanders, marshal,
Charles P. Harrison, Jr., organist,
Arthur A. Albright.
Mrs. Milton A. Cookson was
the guest soloist for the evening.
The officers who were installed
with Mr Engelke were: senior
councilor John H. Townshend,
junior councilor". Carlton Croft;
senior deacon, Keith Moumblow,
Junior deacon, Jack Wllkerson;
senior steward, John Fahnestock.
Jr.; Junior steward. Vernn Bry-
ant; scribe Jack Pearson. Jr.;
marshal. Richard Reed; Chap-
lain, Carl Pinto. Standard bearer.
Robert Orvls, sentinel, Thomas
Hughes, and orator. David A. Ru-
belll.
Rev. Milton A. Cookson gave
the address of the evening and
Philip R. Sanders. P. M. C. con-
ducted the flower ceremony.
Following the Installation serv-
ice a reception was held in the
banquet hall.
May-Gilder Wedding
Receives Papal Blessing
The following Is quoted In part
from the "Butler (Pa.) Eagle":
"When Margaret Mary May,
daughter of Mrs. Joseph B. May,
Sr.. of East Brady, Pa., became
the bride of John Wayne Gilder
of Pittsburgh on June 16 in St.
Euseblus Catholic Church of East
Brady the bridal couple received
a special blessing from His Holi-
ness Pope Plus XII. which was
forwarded to the officiating
Driest, the Rev Thomas F. Eus-
tace, via the Papal delegate in
Washington, D.C.
"The scroll signed by Pope Plus
XII was given the newlyweds af-
ter receiving the Papal blessing,
In which all those attending the
ceremony participated.
"Bouquets of white gladioli and
blue delphinium decorated the
church altar for the nuptial high
mass of the Sacred Heart. Mrs.
Joseph B. May. Sr.. mother of the
bride, the church organist, played
"Love's Confiding," as the pro-
cessional and "Chapel March," as
the recessional.
"The bride was escorted and
ulven In marriage by her brother,
Joseph B. May. Jr. Her wedding
gown of white silk organza was
designed with a lace vestee ef-
fect with tiny shirt-waist collar.
Her fingertip length veil cascaded
from a Juliet cap of lace, and she
carried a white prayerbook top-
ped with a bouquet of white ste-
ph a nolis and ivy.
"Miss Mary Therese May was
her sister's maid of honor and
only attendant. She wore a gown
of blue silk organza, having a
brief cape effect and carried blue
and white daisies with matching
ribbon streamers. She wore a Ju-
liette cap of net and mitts edged
with blue.
"John Murphy of Holyoke,
Mass., served as best man-for Mr.
Gilder, and the ushers were Roc-
kne May. brother of the bride and
Bernard Rocks, her cousin of
Wilklnsburg.
"The blue and white theme of
the wedding was continued in the
decorations for the reception
held at the Rldgeview Country
Club. The table was laid with a
handsome hand-embroidered lin-
en cloth, sent by the bridegroom's
mother from Panama and held
the traditional tiered wedding
cake, encircled bv sliver candle
holders holding tall blue tapers.
"For traveling the bride wore a
summer suit of Ice pink, with
which she used white accessories
and wore a matching corsage.
They spent their honeymoon on
a motor trip through the Poconos
and are now residing at Lehlgh
Drive. Thornburg. Pa.
"The new Mrs. Gilder Is a grad-
uate of the East Brady High
School and of the Mercy School
of Nursing. Pittsburgh. She Is
also a graduate of Catholic Unl-
versltv. Washington, D.C, and
served In the U.S. Army Nurses
Corps during World War II. She
NOW PLAYING
V'8 Has Lively Bavor w
Wholesome Goodness
no '"sina/e"juice can maM/
In V-8 there are 8 delicious juices
of garden-fresh vegetablesnot just
on. That's why V-8 has lively flavor
and wholesome goodness no single
juice can match. Each juice adds its
own tempting flavor plus vitamins
A, B, Ccalcium and iron. Your
Jamily will love V-8. Serve it often.
T3
y ftpst .1 V-I i. delioeui Une' of:
le Celery Issti Corren Parsley
lettuce Watercress Soinoeh
Mod by the ratal Compbell't leapt Vlln
.I In'-----* owned b Campbell leap Company.
Canal Company's
NY Office to Handle
Southbound Bookings
Arrangements by employes and
dependents of the Panama Canal
Company and Canal Zone Gov-
ernment for southbound trans-
portation on the Panama Line
will be made through the New
York office of the Panama Canal
Company effective August 1. lt
has been announced at Balboa
Heights.
These arrangements are cur-
rently made through the Wash-
ington Office, to which employes
and dependents send their copies
of authorization for transporta-
tion to obtain tickets for south-
bound trips.
After August 1, such correspon-
dence regarding southb o u n d
transportation should be address-
ed to the Passenger Agent, Pan-
ama Line, 24 State Street. New
York. N.Y.
The Washington Office will
continue to arrange transporta-
tion on the Panama Line for new
employes.
is the former Nursing Arts in-
structor at the Butler County
Memorial Hospital.
"Mr. Glider's parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Wayne Gilder of Cris-
tobal, Canal Zone. A veteran of
the United States navy, he was
graduated from Cristobal High
School and from Catholic Uni-
versity. Washington. D.C. and Is
associated with Kuhn and New-
comer Co., Mt. Lebanon, as an ar-
chitectural draftsman."
Navy Announces
New Process Cuts
Titanium Cost
A new process for the produc-
tion of titanium metal which is
expected to reduce costs by more
than 80 per cent, ha been an-
nounced by the Navy.
Titanium, a light, strong, cor-
rosion-resistant metal. Is being
used In jet and gas turbine air-
craft and for component parts in
ship construction. Present post of
i production of titanium Is $5.00
I per pound of sponge metal. Pilot-
plant stages in the new produc-
tlon method for titanium have
been reached by Horizons. Inc.,
of Cleveland. Ohio, under con-
i tract to the Office of Naval Re-
search The new proceas was de-
veloped by Horizons; Inc.
Successful commercial produc-
tion of titanium and titanium al-
loys at the predicted low cost Is
I expected to help fulfill military
i demands for a light, strong, cor-
1 roslon-resistant metal. The low-
e- cost would normally lead to
extensive usage In the production
of civilian goods.
Titanium, at present, Is placed
in the metallic category between
aluminum and steel. It is 70 per
cent heavier and six times strong-
er than aluminum* approximate-
ly 50 per cent lighter and nearly
equal In tensll strength to steel.
In resistance to corrosion, lt Is
superior t% both aluminum and
steel in marine atmospheres. It
maintains strength at high tem-
peratures and la particularly suit-
ed for aircraft usage.
Teen-Age Notices
The Teen-Age Club will be
open this evening at 7:00 All
teen-agers are invited to enjoy
an evening of dancing.
The club will hold a Food Sale
Saturday, from 8:00 to 12:30 on
the ground floor of the Cristobal
Masonic Temple. Nellie Holger-
son Is In charge of donations. The
food will be collected if anv of
the following people are contact-
ed: Margarita. Nancy Ramsey;
Cristobal. Virginia Fahle; Gatun,
Martha Graham.
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John PAYNE e Rhonda FLEMING
"THE EAGLE AND THE HAWK'
Saturday "FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND"
HOLLYWOOD
BY EKSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
HOLLYWOOD, Dark-
haired, black eyed Charlita. the
fiery Portuguese doll of "The
Brave Bulls," now playing a
night-club singer (who collects
men) with Jimmy Cagney In
"Come Fill the Cup," displayed a
wide expanse of tummy and
cooed:
"Hone-, I guess I'm Just a mid-
riff actress."
Charlita. who once led a rum-
ba band on Broadway and In local
night spots, has played four big
rolesall in bare mid-riff gowns.
Her off-screen clothes follow the
same pattern.
"Honey," she said. "It's a prob-
lem. I'm looking my leading man
straight in the face but he keeps
taking peeks at, my stomach."
Exclusively Yours: The Holly-
wood lens gang has been given
the "No pictures, please" edict by
Mrs. Oary Cooper and Peter Law-
ford___A giant-sized picture of
Liz Taylor and Nlek Hilton is still
hung over the entrance of De-
Wan's Beverly Hills photographic
studio and he has refused re-
quests of both to take lt down.
Bruce Cabot's serious skin ail-
menthe now wears bandages on
his facehas his friends worried.
Cat-out-of-the-bag dept.:
I asked Oar Moore if fiery An-
na Magnani had been the big
flame In Roberto Rossellinl's life
during the making of "Palsan"ln
Rome.
"Oh, no," said Oar. "It was
Marlene Dietrich then."
Now that Martha Vlckers has
recited lt to the divorce court,
Mickey Rooney and Gwen Cald-
well. the Varga model, are talking
about marriage. They've been a
s t|e|a d y hush-hush duo for
months.
The story Is going the rounds
about the big crisis in the home
of the cat-loving James Masons
during their absence on a week-
end. One of their cats disappear-
ed and their frantic English maid
told a neighbor:
"I missed him before dinner
last night. He didn't show up for
breakfast this morning. He didn't
show up for lunch, either. But
when he didn't come in for tea
I was really worried.
Preston Foster on reports that
he's switched to character roles
by playing John Barrymore, Jr.'s
father In "The Big Night":
"I've always been a character
actor. But producers have tried
to make a leading man out of me
for years." Well, it's a big switch
in a business where leading men
want to play romantic leads as
long as they're able to walk.
Fred Cavens, the fencing mas-
ter who has taught Hollywood
stars from the silent days of Doug
Fairbanks to Errol Flynn and Jo-
se Ferrer, slipped me the secret
of how he can make almost any
actor look like a regular D'Artag-
nan In six easy lessons.
"A film duel," he said, has to
be routined and rehearsed like a
dance number, and the actor has
to learn the facial expression that
goes with every beat. When I can
see the routine on an actor's face,
I'm happy."
Cavens, a Frenchman born in
BelRlum. was a master fencer at
18 and a fencing professor at 21.
With his son. Albert, who played
Valvare In "Cyrano," he "com-
poses" 90 per cent of movie fenc-
ing routines, then teaches them
to the stars. Of the other five per
cent on the screen he says:
"Most of lt looks like people
sharpening knives. In one in-
stance, the hero looked like an
old woman with an umbrella."
Hollywood's confused plots no
longer worry Stan Laurel and
Oliver Hardy, back In town after
a year In Europe filming "Atoll
K." A Laurel and Hardy "fea-
ture" film three two-reelers
hooked together make a for-
tune in Europe.
Grins Stan: "In each of the
three comedies Ollle and I were
married but In each one we had
different wives. So they Just call-
ed the picture, 'Three Marriag-
es.* *
8hort Takes: Rita Hayworth's
return to the screen will be In a
film musical. She's been rehears-
ing routines with Peggy Carroll
at her Lake Tahoe lodge___The
fan magazines are on the industry
grill again, with editors fighting
plans to combat Hollywood's ef-
forts to curb "unauthorized" co-
py-----Ida Cantor is begging Ed-
die to retire from show business.
C. B. DeMllle's retirement talk
may have been premature. Para-
mount says he's close to signing
a new deal to produce two films
annually. Now it's another "Vir-
ginia Hill type role." The part
goes to I.ins Andrews in Fox's
"Bloodhounds of Broadway."
Kitty Kallen ls testing for the
next Martin and Lewis riot, "At
Seat With the Navy."
Handsome Mortician Chargei
With Slaying, Burying, Widow*
BARTOW, Fla., July 8 (UP)
A "handsome and very gentle-
manly" undertaker charged with
strangling his ex-partner's
widow to death and directing a
quiet burial for her was re-
leased under $10,000 bond here
today.
State attorney Walter Wool-
folk said A. Elwood North, 35.
will be charged before the next
grand jury with fatally strang-
ling Mrs. Betty Albritton, 57,
after treating her and her son
to soft drinks and candy In
nearby Fort Meade.
Perry Murray, attorney for
the prosperous widow's relatives.
Indicated he would file papers
contesting the will naming the
neat, dark-haired mortician as
her sole beneficiary. He said
he would attempt to break her
will on grounds that lt was
written under "undue Influence"
by the friendly undertaker.
Mrs. Albrltton's body was ex-
humed from the family ceme-
tery where lt had been taken
for burial after preparation In
North's embalming establish-
ment in Fort Meade. Relatives
had requested an autopsy after
growing suspicious over bruises
on trie widow's throat.
Authorities in Hlllsboro ugh
County meanwhile, stepped up
their new investigation on tha
death of North's wife, who was
killed by a single shotgun blast
In 1943 while preparing sup-
per for the undertaker, who waa
then working for a funeral
home in Tampa.
At the time, North Readily
admitted holding the ,20-guage
shotgun that killed his wife.
But he claimed he was clean-
ing the gun when it fired, and
police dismissed the case as an
accident.
State attorney Rex Farrlor of
Tampa said special investigator
Neil Keen has been ordered to
make a full investigation into
circumstances surrounding Mrs. I
North's death.
Nurses at Polk County hospi-
tals agreed today that the
neatly-dressed mortician was
"handsome and always very
gentlemanly." North's funeral
home has directed burials in
this area since 1948. He was a
partner of Mrs. Albrltton's lata
husband in the cattle business
for several months.
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In New York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
_' .Soe'e*y'" Prettiest Glamour Girl and her husband are The
7bV5 of..The,r 8et. A Czarist Russian girl is involved... Anne
(Kiss Me, Kate") Jeffreys has decided definitely that Robert
i i>ramcrcy Ghost") Sterling- is The One. Her coast suitor of 4
aj* herewith informed.. When The New Yorker's Charles
aaoama gets his divorce Mrs. A. will wed o enof his "best friends."
also unwinding. His initials are J. K....Equity black-balled a
producer for alleged free-handed auditioning "technique" with
actresses, showgels. and anything in skirts.. .John Reed Williams
Io', th.e .W*U Street Journal) married "Jerry" Adams. ex-Herald
u sla;,fer When Evelyn Knight (the recording star) sails foi
Hawaii holiday a Decca exec, will take the same boat. Big
Hung .Magazine people "rumor" that Vogeler's memoirs will
go to the Satevepost for $200,000 A newspaper suddenly lost its
society colyumlst after last Monday's copy...They say Bob Mur-
*u ,et hls fury ont on Jake LaMotta (at Yankee Stadium the
other bloody night) because Mrs. Murphy made her Big Decision
just before the fight.
Personal Memo to Tito of Yugoslavia. Nehru of India and
other chiefs of foreign nations: When a "Bill Douglas" (of Oregon
and Washington, D. C.) calls on you soonall courtesies extend-
ed will be appreciated by this column. Mr. Douglas will file copy I
exclusively to us...It will be relayed to all INS clients under the
byline: "By Bill Douglas, Special Corerspondent of The Dally
Wlnchell."
Labor Mews
And
(Comment
Til Co to the FrontYou^Take the Back*
United Press hasn't submitted any nominations to the Pulit-
zer Prize committee for the last 13 years. "It Is strictly an ex-
clusive Associated Press club," hmfd a UP chief.. Arthur God-
frey s ex-Girl Friday (with him 16 years) starts her own program
JJ'B'ton". ..Th divorce of the Roney-Plaza's house physician, Dr.
K. Bobbins (and his wife Betty), is due any matinee.. .Whv is
ex-Mayor of New York J. J. Walker* grave neglected?.. .The
communists in France are planning to publish Lowenthal's at-
tack on G-Mena book discredited by many critics.. Mickey
Ivooneys latest is starlet Gwen Caldwell.. Laurence Rockefeller
is the latest to accept membership on the Runvon Awards jury
Mrs. FDR's Teevy program fades July 15.. Churchmen cut short
tripper Lili St. Cyr's Montreal booking.
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This is to thank the American Cancer Society for carrying the
Runyon Cancer Fund's expenses. In recognition of this support
the Runyon Fund allocated over two million dollars to that cancer
society (and Its divisions) from coast to coast. The N Y Cltv
*?.?," Commlttee received $1,180.000 of that sum...To date
34,271,966 has been paid out (by the Runyon Committee) In 191
grants (plus 147 fellowships) to 137 lnstltulons In 45 States, the
Dtst of Columbia and 11 foreign countries.. .Beginning today the
expenses of the Runyon Cancer Fund will be paid bv the W
Wincheii Foundation. The Runyon Fund founder and treasurer
presented an initial contribution of $50.000 To Mr. and Mrs
America: Thanks again for your contributions of $5,148 217 70
dJJctlon3 (irm the contribtitor's dollar) for expenses of
___The Communist Party in the future will register only those
comrsts who have publicly been known as Communists since the
arrest of Red leaders.. .A wife photographer has perfected a
uiwT. of ,takln" infra-red pictures (In the pitch-black darki,
which he will peddle to divorce-seekers. The first divorce is his
HkT .... st>0" as Jack Oempsey gets out of the hospital, his
d.u?ht.0ain0 ""i f. r". VJ. the Coamt wiln him meet bi
daughters Boris Lilly sent 500 copies of her new book (on how
to marry a millionaire) to an old beau in Texas. He sent them
back and she was stuck for the postage.. .George Ross, estranged
v1.m..Ar"n.e Jud:e. I"ve Reconciliation Partv in her honor at
Southampton. 250 nipple were invited. Only 249 showed up.
Ariine didn't.
Bi Victor Riesel
The husky police sergeant
who unexpectedly pushed in the
door of the crowded little meet-
ing room tucked away in the'
upper reaches of New York City,
frightened the white-faced Red
comrades here the other night, i
He pushed to the front. This,
they thought, was another In
the series of arrests, and many
of them with vital Party papers
in their pockets glanced grimly
at the doors and windows. But
the sergeant had other business
In mind.
"To the lady-comrade In charge
he handed a summons for fire
violation too many people
jammed into a small room,
therefore a hazard. And the cop
departed.
Apparently the Police
Dept.'a special submrsive
squad had not told the lo-
cal constabulary that this
mis a special Communist
Party conference to discuss
tactics and bail-raising for
the 17 Party chiefs arrest-
ed by the FBI two tveeks ago.
So the sergeant innocently
disrupted a strategy session
which tlie intelligence of-
ficers prefer leaving un-
molested but. of course,
completely overheard.
And. as the sergeant walked
out. those who overhear these
things overheard Communist |
Party veteran bralntruster, Ja:k
"Pop' Mlndel, one of those re-
cently arrested but already
bailed out. say drily:
'Revolutions are expensive
In capitalist countries."
Mindel's quip., coming from a
man who himself had taught
the theory of revolutionary tac-
tic- In Moscow's Lenin Institute,
was half wise crack, half phi-
losophical. For. just prior to the
arrival of the flre-consclous cop,
a Communist leader by name of
Harry Winston, one of the 11
folltburo members on their way
o the Federal pen this week,
was outlining tactics for going
underground.
All this, and years In Jail,
they had said bitterly, was due
to the Smith Act. which they
now hate so much. Jaok Mln-
del, now an old man. had the
feeling that he'd never live
throuKh a tough, riotous trial
and five years imprisonment!
^eDAiLY WASHINGTON
. T.E* trios.
MERRY- GO- ROUND
ly DmW PfAtSON
POT
Off Suit
By BOB RUARK


The Washington Wire: Mr. Justice Tom Clark's dghtr Miml
nas an ardent wooer over at the Dept. of State. She's abroad
Natalie Thompson's attractive companion at the Penthouse Club
was Baron Hubert Pantz...The FBI expects Kansas City police
to release a bombshell on the Blnaggio murder...The Atomic
Energy Commission press conferences always include Jean Mont-
gomery of Tass. the Moscow outfit!.. ."On the Fence" gov't em-
ployes in loyalty cases are getting another close squint. The oil
lobby is working strenuously to keep the industry's 27% depletion
tax allowance on the statute books.. Oov't agents are checking
bank accounts with "microscopes." Looking for mob-dough
Gen. Omar Bradley has engaged a Broadwav theatrical agency to
handle his affairs outside the Pentagon. Books, papers etc
Ambassador Bill O'Dwyer has lost much tonnage.
Doris Dalotn, who shines in "Seventeen" at the Broadhurst
and actor David Orrick have pals expecting a merger invite
U. Stewart of "The Rose Tattoo" and Halene Verva (non-pr-
lesMonal French girl) were knotted on the 29th at City Hall
Mrs Robert Lehman has decided to give the philanthropist his
freedom. Shes the grandgbir of Wm. Jennings Bryan Bit ex-
plosion between Horace Dodge and Greg* Sherwood. Frank
Conniff, the Journal-American's 2nd handsomest staffer and
lovely Lit- Murray of the Long Island Murray* (all beautiful) plan
i,fi*ii .eiMJinf-..--The C0"ten,Pt cse against F. Costellos pal.
Phil Rastel (for defying the Crime tonim.l, was dismissed in New
Orleans. It was one of the Gov't's strongest.
The International Ticker: Mrs. Wayne Morrison of Baltimore
who was seen so often with Arabia's Sheik of Kuwait (when he
SL.here. 2 yea>"s, aBo'.will visit him. She's a widder.. .Michael
WlMing is arranging a London abrogation.. .Marguerite Hleirins
the Trlb's Koreaspondent. will fill the space occupied bv Walter,
Llppmann. now in self-imposed exile.. .Magda Luuescu the wife a1"*"18 t(? nbtaln data rilsclos-
of ex-King Carol, just spent $10.000 to burv her pt poodle
Every time Hedy Lamarr marries, her .first groom (Fritz Mandil
sends her the same gift (a bottle of champagne i. once their
favorite...Erdal Inonu, son of the Pres. of Turkey, may shortly
announce his troth to Ella Korman. a Chicago beauty Klrsten
Flagstad has a wrenched back.. .Garbo Is wearing Eric Loveland's
And there will be many Ame-
ricans who. though they loathe
the Communists, will say that
they should not be ialled, for
this violates our basic concept
of civil liberties.
And it Is a debate worth hear-
ing! But nowhere In it should
the Communists be permitted to
participate.
It was the Communists them-
selves who first supported the
Smith Act. the verv law under
which they Rre being Jailed.
It was they who urged that it
be used to arrest their political
enemies In these United States.
It was they who cheered when
the law was first used some 10
years ago to jail 18 unionists
belonging to a minor Socialist
Workers Pnrtv (followers of the
late I eon Trotskv).
There are today, in the
filen of the V. S. Dept. of
Justice, letters proving thiil
Thff notes should be made
public .so that our d'bate
over civil liberties lor Com-
munists isn't affected by the
almost biolor/icl svmpathv
of decent people for those
then believe to be the un-
derdogs.
Those let tors were written by
a man callpd Louis Welnstcck.
operator of Communist May Day
narades, nnrl Ion one of the
Communist Pnrtv's Internal po-
Hce chiefs and disciplinarians.
Comrade Weinstock wrote one
if those letters on Mav 11. 1044.
to the then Attorney General of
the U. S Francis Blridle. The
Communist leader said he was
NEW YORK. Three bellhops and the house-
keeper were trying to wedge me into a full-
dress suit the other day. down in Washington,
and I got to thinking that no man alive has
the right to lowrate a woman's fashion foibles
so long as he submits to claw hammer coat and
the boiled shirt.
The tailcoat and the cast-Iron shirt front are
outmoded as armor, as nonfunctional as the
vermiform appendix, and about as comfortable
as a hair tunic. Not one man in a thousand
looks like anything but a strayed headwaiter In
one ol the things, and I don't care to look like
one. After I had paid off the three bellboys
and the housekeepr, I looked at me In the mir-
ror. I was scrubbed and slicked and, between
the bear's grease and shaving lotion, I smelled
real high. I looked some more and thought
seme more. This is a tirade on tails.
I am tied into a shirt with a round razor for
a collar-band, literally trussed into the thing
fvom behind, as^you secure 'ifJpSbv to- a chair
or a lunatic into strait jacKet. I am wearing
a stand-up collar made of toinpered steel, with
the edges carefullv filed, saw-fashion, the better
to behead you. There Is a cute little wedge
chopped out of the front, for mv chins to fall
through. The general Impression Is that of a
newly manufactured sausage, with the excess
stuffing still hanging out of the tied end.
I looked at the coat. It's got one pocket in
it. If you don't count the handkerchief pocket,
and that's cut on the bias. You can't keep
anything valuable In It. like a wallet or a fold-
ed newspaper or a Racing Form.
Two tails hang down to vour knee-hollows,
making yuo look like a recently subdivided mon-
ktv. or one of those big. split-tailed birds.
If you sit on the tails, they crush. If you
part them with vour hands and spread them
on the seat alongside, you look like some
nervous old lady about to park herself at a
picnic. Tails get snaeeed in car doors and gen-
erally tangled In anything with a hook on it.
And thev don't add to vour beauty, because they
swin* e'epp of vour caboose. A man with a wide
rear deludes nobody as to the firmness of his
foundation, while a thin guv looks like a heron
caught In a fresh gale.
If you are beginning to sprout a small melon,
as I am, the sawed off jacket spotlights It. At-
tention is focused on the bulge, because it Is
topped by a white vest that never quite estab-
lishes a working agreement with the pants.
With no coat front to balance the torso, a thin
gent looks even worse. He looks like a man
who has been playing horsle on a buzz-saw, and
didn't get off in time.
Not the least of the hazards of wearing a
formal floor-polisher is the general air of awk-
ward unease which automatically accompanies
It. A man sweats more in a tall coat. He fid-
gets more. He plays with his tie more. He
wiggles around In his shirt more. The only peo-
ple I ever saw who seemed thoroughly at home
in a monkeysult were orchestra leaders and the
shiny-haired men who dance with old ladles In
night clubs, for money. With them, the tall-
coat is a- uniform, like convicts' stripes, and
serves to separate them from the rest of hu-
mankind.
As a normally vain he-critter, given to preen-
ing In the mirror when I am dressed up in a
new suit, 1 buv the dinner jacket all the way.
It Is as comfortable as 'any other suit, since
thev have banned the fried shirt and the guil-
lotine collar In favor of soft shirts that button
down the front and roll-over collars that give
bobblng-space to vour Adam's apple.
It look good, has the normal amount of pock-
ets, cuts pounds off the fat fellas and lends
bulk to the beanpoles. Also It makes you feel
wickedly festive, as if vou were apt to pinch
the prettv blonde the second her escort heads
back to the punchbowl.
I sneer no longer at the functlonless fripperies
that the coutourieres saw off on our women
folk, at Lord knows how deep an annual ditch
in the budget. At least they changed their
stupidities from year to year while we, the lords
and masters, have been clinging to the same old
hand-sewn torture chamber for the last hun-
dred years. I don't put it down to vanity; 1
think we're Just dumb.
Ing that the 18 Trotskylsts were
"uiltv of sedition under the
Smith Act so he could use this
Information to prevent labor
from contributing to the de-
fense of the men who were in-
dicted earlv in 1941.
Back came a letter from the
Lex Thompson tells chums If his wife Judv Sinclair demands | Assistant Attorney General, now
a settlement or yellimony, it'll be an all-out brawl etc White iSupreme Court Justice Tom
Sox pitcher Marv Rotblatt (who drives batters daffy) gets hislclal*' saving. In effect, that the
Inspiration from New York model Buff Michals Price-cutti
book sales is nationwide.. It's a boy for the Wm. Murphv. Jrs. at
55 1, ,osp HtI f0!ks are the Dick Nsjbltti of Grenwleh..
Ellen McCowan. 2nd lead in "17,'N and Robert Webber, leadine
toan at Cape Playhouse, Dennis Mass., keep in practice between
,huws.....Sampson. N. Y. air police (on patrol in nearby Geneav)
carry gats like all MPs but without ammunition. The Air Force
fears they'll shoot each other.. Midtowners gaspinr over the
romance between a hotel exce and the wife of a city official
'Mr, P.A. Want Ad' attracts
a following
Of prospects mighty fine!
What's more ... he signs
them quickly
On the dotted line!
Your classified ad will at*
tract a parade of good pros-
-pects because everyone in
Panam and the Canal
Zone reads P.A. Want Ads
regularly. Try them now
... the results will surprise
you!
.
8 Trotskylsts were indicted for
seditious activity and not for
being militant labor leaders.
Still not content, Weinstock
I hen wrote to the prosecuting
attornev. Victor E. Anderson,
asking for helo "to satisfy some-
of these doubting Thomases we
have around here "
In other words, this man
! Louis Weinstock, who has been
so imv'tant in the hlnher re-
gions of world Communist con-
trol actlvitv that he personally
went to Hungary last vear
for consultations, energetically
fought American labor leaders
who believed then that the
Smith Act was uniust In prin-
ciple and that the jailing of the
18 Trotskylsts was Illegal and
undemocrr.Mc. The Communist
Party press Itself fJune 12,
1944. Dally Worker), said edi-
torially that-
-Ann labor leader ivho
defends them (the 18) ought
to be made to ansvier to his
membership. By defending
Trotskylsts. such a labor
leader abuses and misrevre-
sents his membership. It is
time to vut a swiff stop to
that sort of thina."
And /rner'cn iiy*-. (cte^t-
-11 v. Is behind the Smith Act
today'
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
WILSON, JOHNSTON, AND DISALLE
WASHINGTON.Already, an odd dimness sur-
rounds the three men Mobilizer Charles Wil-
son, Stabilizer Eric Johnston and Price Control-
ler Michael DiSalle who should be towering
figures on the Washington scene. If the fight-
ing ends In Korea, moreover. It will be surpris-
ing indeed if these three men do not simply
fade away, and the whole national mobilization
piogvarr. with them.
A plaintive rhetorical ouestion asked by one
of the endless stream of business men who dally
track Wilson to his lair in the old State Depart-
ment building, to complain about "government
Interference." is worth repeating. For it tells
a good deal about the blind complacency which
accounts for the dimness which surrounds Wil-
son. Jdhnston and DISalle. For his pains, this
businessman had received from Wilson an Im-
passioned lecture on ttie need for high taxes
and strong controls. "What gets Into a man
like Charlie Wilson." he asked afterward, "when
he conies to Washington?"
The same Question could be asked about Eric
Johnston, who has been lambasting "the selfish
interests'' in a manner unhiual for a former
chief of the Chamber of Commerce. What gets
into men like Wilson and Johnston is rather
obvious. They are able and IjlRhlv Intelligent
men, and they can recognize a hard fact when
thev see one. And the hard fact they how see
is that, unless painful measures are taken soon
to prevent it. the national economy Is quite like-
ly ouite to soon to blow up in all our faces.
The reasons for this conviction are rather
simply explained. Inflation is caused, of course,
by the gap between the amount of goods the
country makes, and the amount of money the
country spends for these goods. If there is
more money than goods, money progressively
loses value.
Since the Korean war started, national pro-
duction has eone up a remarkable 8 per cent.
But at the same time spending has Increased
about 15 per cent. This difference accounts es-
sentially for the loss in value which the dollar
has already suffered. But without effective
controls, much worse is certainly coming.
One reliable official forecast Is that, without
effective stabilization, spending may increase as
much as 25 Der cent in the next year, against
a production increase of another 8 per cent.
This means sudden, sickening inflation. An of-
ficial guess is that, if Congress achieves Its ap-
parent intention of cutting the liver and lights
out of the defense production program, "we
shaH have a thirty cent dollar by the end of
VD.
The consequences are of course predictable
industrial unrest, loss of confidence In the
dollar, tremendous Increases In political tension,
and above all a disastrous gutting of the de-
fense effort. It is when one examines what
those best qualified to judge believe Is needed
to get the national conomy under effective con-
trol that the herculean nature of the problem
confronting Wilson. Johnston and DISalle be-
comes clear.
What is needed, In effect, Is a whole series
Of measures which In other circumstances would
mean a sort of artificially Induced depression.
Bv definition, each one of these measures con-
tains political dynamite. One requirement is a
tax Increase of at least $10,000,000,000 this year,
with further increases to come, to take money
out of the spending stream.
Another requirement Is a doubling of the rate
of personal savings, to .more than $20,000,000,000,
to take a lot more money out of the spending
stream. But people are not going to save dol-
lars which are constantly losing value. To pre-
vent the dollar from slipping, really tough price
and wage controls are needed. So are a tight-
ening of the credit restrictions which are the
special object of hatred of everv retail mer-
chant in the land, an Increase in bank reserve
requirements to tighten bank credit, and a
sharp cutback in non-defense business spend-
ing.
It Is enough to compare this partial 'list of
necessary measures with what Congress has
voted or is at all likelv to vote, now while the
fighting in Korea continues. When mobilization
officials are asked what Congress will probably
do if the fighting ends, they are apt to throw
up their hands In despair.
There is not much danger that Congress
would then heavily cut defense appropriations
no politician likes to risk responsibility for
defeat. The danger is. instead, that Conirress.
obedient as usual to the lobbies and pressure
groups, will simply destrov the totally inade-
quate existing measures designed to make it
possible for the national economv to bear the
rearmament strain without disaster. This is one
reason whv it Is no exaeeeratlon at all to say
that a truce In Korea will be a greater test of
American stamina than the Korean war itself.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune tac.)
Drew Pearson Says: U. E. officials fear gat rationing if
Iranian Oil is cut off; Justice Douglas warned months
ago of trouble brewing in Iran; Georgia marina base,
may be booby trap for Congressman Vinson.
WASHINGTON.U. S. official* have mad* some alarming
statements about the Iranian oil crisis. But tht real fact U
that privately they are even more alarmed than they indicate
in their public statements. There are three reasons for this
(v- Lff*^? .oU S cu.t oif' u ^ mMkn fMOlu rationing iai
tr.e United States. For Iranian oil now supplies Bngland, Franca,.
Western Burope, Is vital for North Atlantic Pact rearmament;
Tt ,s "PP'y tP. the U.S.A. will have to take up part of
if!,!81"^ &n million barrels a day.
.. W*11 Moscow wants most la revolution and unrest In Iran,
tnereby giving the Communists an opportunity to take over.
With Brljhjh oil royalties cut off, this Is more likely to happen.
# ,k ou, ?. if1 U countries is contagious. The Iranian shutout
or the British could result in an Iraquian shutout, then one In
Arabia. Already trouble is brewing In these areas. The great oil I
country of Venezuela could get the nationalization urge too.
inside fact about the banian dispute Is that the State De-
partment was warned of the situation months ago and in turn
warned the British. Justice William O. Douglas, who during two
summers rode all over Iran on horseback, reported to the Whit*
House that a disastrous storm was brewing. Douglas also mad
public speeches urging action before it was too late.
-ihe biate Department in turn called in British Ambassador
* ranks and assistant secretary George McOhee gave him about
as tough a dressing-down as it is possible to give a friendly
diplomat. This took place last winter when there was still timi
to act.
THBEE TROUBLES
One trouble was that Britain was slow in Increasing It*
royalty payments to Iran. Whereas American oil companies la
Arabia paid 50 per cent, Britain paid around 25 per cent.
Another trouble was that the $25,000,000 Export-Import
Bank loan which we offered Iran was aimed to improve standard*
oi living, thus heading off Communism. But the feudal lords of
Iran, who really run the country, were flatly opposed to building'
schools or dividing up the landed estates even with American
money.
Third trouble is that it's difficult in diplomatic relations U,i
force an ally such as England to Increase oil royalties, even
though the trouble resulting from its failure may result in ga-
sollne rationing in the U.S.A. Likewise it's difficult to get the
rulers of Iran to reform their land system even though Tack of
reform may bring on Communism.
INLAND MARINE BASE -.--
A slap at putting regional politics ahead of national inte-
ust is hidden in a House report not yet off the press. A ion*
paragraph burled in the report, sharply criticizes the location
of the marine Corps depot at inland Albany, Georgia.
This is aimed at Georgia's Congressman Carl Vinson, who
not only brought the depot to' Georgia but has used his in-
fluence as chairman of the House Armed Services Committee to
put other military installations in Georgia. In faot, Vinson ha*
now gone so far as to slip an amendment Into the new def
production bill, compelling the armed services to consult
him "prior to the acquisition of any real property."
Vinson has already pushed this amendment through
House. If he can also ram It down the Senate's throat, tn*
Georglan will actually be backed by law in pushing for
and better military bases in Georgia.
However, a House subcommittee, headed by Co'ngrei
Herbert Bonner of North Carolina, doesn't approve of Vlu
bringing the Marine Corps depot all the way inland to AI
Georgia.
Bonner's state has two Marine Corps bases at Cherry
N. c, and Camp Lejeune, N. C, on the Atlantic seaboard, m
lore, Bonner's report, so far unpublished, has this to say a
V'inson's pet project:
"The subcommittee learned about the proposed construe
of a Marine Corps depot at Albany, Ga. This Installation wisa
be many miles from the center of Marine training and admlrrta
trative control. The sub-committee understands that thi -1
ect was not favored by the Department of Defense nor
Bureau of the Budget. No extensive, hearings by the Approi
tion Committee of the House or Senate were held on the
cessity for Its construction," the report sternly declares.
"Projects of this nature militate against the principle of
supply integration, perpetuate the rivalries among the three de-
partments, and are to be especially deplored In a period of
emergency when the taxpayers' dollars could be more usefully
employed for our common defense, the report criticizes.
NOTEThe report illustrates the manner In which sectio-
nal politics are being placed ahead of national welfare not only
In the location of military bases but in the voting of cattle con-
gressmen against big city congressmen on price controls.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Secretary of Defense Marshall brought a collection of G. I.
signs back with him from Korea. One read: "Drive carefully.
You might kill your replacement."... The day after the 70-year-
old Marshall's return, he had lunch with his staff and looked
as chipper as if he had not just spent 36 hours on a rough plane
crossing the Pacific. In contrast, Maj. Gen. Anthony McAuliffe,
the famed paratrooper who replied "NuU" to the German sur-
render demand at Bastoghe during the Battle of the Bulge, wa*
looking pea-green with fatigue. He had flowii the Pacific with
Marshall General Omar Bradley did not see his old rival.
Field Marshall Montgomery on his recent trip to Europe. Bradley
was available, but Monty didn't show up. Perhaps he had read
Bradley's new book, one of the most human documents to corns
out of the war, but which takes some good cracks at Montgo-
mery----- Connecticut's courageous Senator Bill Benton has a
whip-cracking defense of Secretary of State Acheson all written
and ready to be delivered on the Senate floor. It wa* timed
to counteract a GOP broadside at Acheson, expected after hi "
testimony on the MacArthur controversy. But Acheson defended
himself so skillfully and left the Republican* so little to criti-
cize, that they backed off. As a result. Benton never delivered
his speech but filed It away for possible future use.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)

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Ahorros por cien mil
balboas en el Seguro
Se asignan funciones a todos
los empleados y se reduce en
muchas unidades el personal
Cerca' de cien mil balboas
aeran ahorrado*" anualmente por
la Cala del Seguro Social al
entrar en vigencia hoy, el nue-
vo plan de organizacin pre-
sentado a la Junta Directiva
pdr el Gerente, Licenciado Ma-
nuel Solis P. y que fue apro-
bado en una sesin efectuada
el 3 de Julio.
El nuevo plan, dijo el Geren-
te Solis, fue adoptado como una
medida de ajuste, pues los gas-
tos administrativos de la Caja
del Seguro Social haban lle-
gado a un punto en que se
rompa totalmente el equilibrio
financiero de la institucin,
Causa revuelo en Francia una
proposicin para celebrar un
nuevo juicio a Henri Petain
La Resolucin dictada por el
Gerente de la Caja del Seguro
Social, est fundada en las fa-
cultades que confiere el apar-
te d) del articulo 17 del De-
creto Ley nmero 21 de 25 de
septiembre de 1950 y en ella
se designan a doscientos sesen-
ta y cinco empleados de la Ca-
ja, incluyendo los Jefes de los I
departamentos de Archivos, Ta-1 WASHINGTON, Julio (LP)
bulacin, Estadstica. Control, E> Consejo nter-Americano
Patronal, Departamento Jurdl- txonomico y Social acord e-i-
co, Departamento de Afiliados,! librar su segunda sesin en Pa-
Seccln de Identificacin, Sc- am el 20 de Agosto,
clon de Cuentas Individuales,
La accin del Consejo de'oir
Importante reunin
internacional habr
en Panam en Agto.
Seccin de Informe de Cuota,
, Seccin de cuentas Individuales j-er aprobada por el Consejo de
pues dentro de los gastos ad- de Empleados Pblicos por Pa- -a Organizacin de Estados A-
mtnistratlvos la mayor eroga-
cin la representaba en loa suel-
dos pagados a los empleados.
El Gerente Solis manifest que
nilla, Departamento de Pensio-
nes y Subsidios, Departamen-
to de Recaudacin y Tesorera,
Departamento de Materiales y
a la mayora de los empleados i Compras, Contraloria, Cqntabl-
no se les habia asignado car- lldad. Departamento Actuarial,
gos, que exista .cierta anarqua Departamento de Divulgacin y
en los sueldos y funciones, y
duollcidad de servicios.
El nuevo plan de economas,
puesto desde hoy en vigencia,
reportar economas sustancia-
les para la Caja y contempla
Publicidad, Departamento de In-
versiones y Prstamos Hipote-
carios, Departamento de Bie-
nes Races. 8ervlclo Social, De-
partamento de Tramitacin de
Prestaciones Mdicas, Clnica
una mejor clasificacin de los' Dental, Farmacia, Rayos X, La-
departamentos, de las scelo- I boratorio. Clnica Mdica y 8ec-
nes y de las funciones de loa I clon de Planos del Hospital de
mismos. I la Caja de Seguro Social.
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Comunistas y Aliados
completan arreglos
TOKIO, Julio 8. fUPK Los ja capital de Corea a dos nl-
mericanos,
maana.
el. cual se reunir
dirigentes comunistas y aliados
completaron las negociaciones a
larga distancia para la reunin
sobre el cese de fuego y estn
preparados para iniciar el do-
mingo las conversaciones fren-
te a -frente que podrn termi-
nar la guerra de Corea o dar
la seal para el comienzo de
lii tercera guerra mundial.
A las nueve de la maana
del domingo,- protegidos por la
bandera blanca de tregua, los
representantes del General Mat-
thew B. Rldgway cruzarn el rio
Imjin para dirigirse a la des-
truida ciudad de Kaesong, vle-
Nom bra mien tos en
Hacienda y Tesoro
Se han hecho los siguientes
nombramientos en el Ministe-
rio de Hacienda y Tesoro:
Jos M. Abello, sub-dlrector
de la direccin Consular y de
Naves, en reemplazo de Julio
Quintero, quien no acept el
cargo.
Ernesto B. Fbrega Jr., Ins-
pector de Aduana de la. cate-
goric.
Elisa Olivares, asistente del
Administrador de Sellos Fis-
cales.
Ada Burgos, oficial de ter-
cera categora en la seccin se-
gunda.
Maria Salcedo, Inspectora de
Aduana de la. categora.
Victor Gonzlez, asistente del
Jefe del almacn del Gobierno.
Chacn Plata, asistente al-
macenista en el Almacn del
Gobierno.
Ral Diaz, Inspector de Adua-
na de segunda categora.
Luis Alberto Fuentes, mozo en
la Administracin de Aduana
de Panam.
Josefa Castillero. Inspector de
Aduana de 2a. categora.
Edda de Icaza, inspector de
Aduana de 2a. categora.
Temstoclea Chanis. Inspector
de Aduana de primera catego-
ra.
Miguel ngel Tejada Jr.. Ins-
pector de Aduana de primera
categora.
Gustavo Rodrguez, Inspector
de Aduana de segunda catego-
ra.
Florencio Arosemena Jr., Ins-
pector de Aduana de 2a. ca-
tegora.
Comuniqese y Publiquese.
Has al Sur del Paralelo 38. Los
delegados comunistas de Kim II
Sung, Comandante Supremo del
Ejrcito de Corea del Norte y
de Peng Teh Huai, Comandante
de los Voluntarlos chinos, esta-
rn esperndolos.
La primera reunin, a la que
no asistir ningn militar con
un rango mayor que el de Co-
ronel, ser simplemente para
preparar el camino de los ne-
gociadores de alto rango, quie-
nes se reunirn el martes o
poco despus para acordar el
cese de fuego.
TOKIO, Julio 6. (UP). El
Comandante de la Fuerza A-
rea del Lejano Oriente garan-
tiz anoche que la carretera
Pyongyang-Kaesong, por la cual
viajarn los emisarios comunis-
tas para las conferencias so-
bre el cese de fuego, estar li-
bre de ataques areos desde las
cuatro de la maana del s-
bado para que puedan viajar
con seguridad.
El Teniente General O. P.
Weyland tambin orden a to-
dos los aviones de la Fuerza
Area que se abstengan de com-
batir dentro de un radio de
cinco millas alrededor de Kae-
song.
El Consejo Econmico acept
la invitacin del Gobierno de
Panam para celebrar una se-
sin en se pais- La primera se-
slqn extraordinaria de ese or-
ganismo fu celebrada en Wash-
ington en Marzo de 1950 y acic-
lieron a la misma delegados con
tango de Ministros de Estado de
l&s> diferentes repblicas anie-
lesnas.
Presidente del P.L.N.
PARIS, Julio 8 (UP)Loa di-
putados omunlstas y anti-co-
munlstas se insultaron en la
Asamblea Nacional cuando un
anciano jardinero de 85 aos
de edad, a quien le ha tocado
presidir la primera sesin de
la Cmara Baja Francesa pidi
que se le celebrara un nuevo
Juicio al ex-Marlscal Henrl Pe-
tain.
Inmediatamente despus que
el anciano diputado hizo su
propuesta, los comunistas co-
menzaron a gritar "abajo Pe-
tain. Abajo Vichy. Viva Fran-
cia", y los derechistas les con-
testaron con gritos de "ustedes
no son franceses. Ustedes son
Rusos".
La peticin de que se celebre
un nuevo Juicio al hroe de
Verdn Ir hizo Eugene pebe-
111er, del Departamento de Alta
Lorena, quien presidio la pri-
mera sesin por ser el diputa-
do de mayor edad.
Pebellier, quien nunca en su
vida haba pronunciado un
discurso pblico, fu elegido di-
putado en lugar de su hijo que
est incapacitado legalmente
para ocupar el cargo pblico
debido a que fu uno de los di-
putados que en Junio de 1M0
vot en favor de que se conce-
dieran poderes extraordinarios
a Petain.
El nuevo Embajador
saldr de Wahington
hacia Panam el 12
WASHINGTON, Julio
(U SIS) John C. Wiley,
quien ha sido nombrado Em- j
bajador de loa Estados Unidos |
en Panam, saldr hacia vi
nuevo puesto el II de julio,
segn inform l ayer.
El seor Wiley, ex-Embaja-
dor en Colombia, habl con
los periodistas despus de ha-
ber hrcho al Presidente Tru-
man una visita de cortesa
Durante los ltimos siete a-
oi Wiley ha sido Embajador
en Colombia, Portugal e Iran
Anteriormente prest servicio
en puestos diplomticos en
Santiago, Buenos Aires y Ca-
racas.
Accin en EE.UU.
contra los rojos
A
anciano Pebellier presid-
No dar ayuda a
Espaa por ahora
la Gran Bretaa
LONDRES, Julio 8 (UP) E!
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res, Herbert Morrison, declar
que Gran Bretaa no proyecta
prestar ayuda econmica a Es-
paa.
Mirrison hizo esas declaracio-
nes en la Cmara de los Comu-
nes despus de haber revelado
que el Gobierno haba aprobado
as recomendaciones de los fun-
cionarlos norteamericanos, bri-
tnicos y franceses para la a-
yiida econmica a corto plazo a
Vugoeslavla.
El Diputado conservador Ni-
gel Davis le pregunto a Mu.'r-
son si el gobierno pensaba pro-
porcionar ayuda similar a Es-
paa y Morrison contest: "No*
Desmiente EE. UU.
acusaciones de los
comunistas en Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS. Juo 6
(UP) Estados Unidos declar
que las. acusaciones comunista',
de supuestos crmenes cometi-
dos por las fuerzas de las Na-
Imponen 90 das a Vanderbilt
por negarse a revelar quin
pag fianza a los comunistas
La escasez de arroz
sigue agravndose
en toda la ciudad
Informes llegados a nuestra
redaccin indican que la esca-
sez de arroz ha oontinuado a-
gravndose en las ltimas ho-
ras, a la vez que el precio del
arroz por libra contina su-
biendo.
En la maana de hoy la ma-
yora de las tiendas carecan
de este grano, mientras en las
3ue an tenan alguna cantl-
ad lo estaban vendiendo "ca-
sado" a los centenares" de clien-
tes que hacan filas para com-
prar. /
En la Presidencia el Gabi-
nete se hallaba7 en sesin ex-
traordinaria considerando el
decreto ley sobre control de
precios, el cual, segn fuentes
extraoficiales,, trae las medidas
que se consideran necesarias
para evitar/ la especulacin que
se est provocando por la es-
casez de. este grano.
Se tiene entendido que esta
tarde ser aprobado por el Ga-
binete el mencionado proyecto
de decreto Ley.
Nombrado en Francia
r-t
Doctor Vctor Florencio Goy-
tta, quien fue electo anoche
Presidente del Directorio del
Partido Liberal Nacional.
El doctor Goytia es figura
prominente del Foro Nacional y
ha desempeado las funciones
de Magistrado a la Corte Supre-
ma de Justicia. Adems es autor
Asamblea Nacional hasta clones Uidas en Corea haban
que sta elija Presidente perma' felo "inventadas con fines de
nante, probablemente el prxi-^propaganda para desacreditar
mo martes. i esfuerzo de las Naciones U-
nldas".
El delegado norteamericano,
Warren Austin, hizo esas decla-
raciones fiti una carta al Se-
cretario General de las Naciones
y'nldas, Trygve Lie. y desafi de
nuevo a Corea del Norte y a la
China Comunista a que pemil
tan cruzar a la Cruz Roja In-
ternacional para investigar esas
acusaciones.
Las acusaciones estaban con-
tenidas en un documento de 40
paginas que el delegado sovi-
tico Jacob Malik distribuy en-
tre los miembros del Consajo
de Seguridad en nombre de la
"Federacin Internacional De-
mocrtica Femenina" organi-
zacin respaldada por Mallk
^uien ocupo la presidency ael
consejo durante Junio y orden
en se carcter la distribucin
de! documento.
Puede producirse
un "Pearl Harbor"
econmico en E. U.
WASHINGTON, Julio g (P)
- El Jere de la Oficina de Ls-
abllizacln E c o n m ica, 2rc
Johnston, advirti al Congress
iue la prohibicin de rebajar
los precios seria "un Pearl Har-
bor econmico' que costara al
consumidor norteamericano un
dolar ms al da.
Johnston, al iniciar la luha
cu favor de una ley que permi-
ta al Gobierno imponer contro-
les econmicos mas riguroso:-
dijo que la clusula que algunas
parlamentarlos desean Insertar
Un portorriqueo
viola una nia
de trece aos
El puertorriqueo de 49 Itfteg
de edad, Ezequlel Labiosa, se ei -
cuentra actuado en la Corte de
balboa de haber violado a una
nia panamea de 13 aas de
edad.
Segn la declaracin de la
nia, un norteamericano que
frisaba en los 50 aos de edad
>e le acerc en la ciudad de Tz-
nam a so de las 11 de la no-
che del 4 de Julio para ofrec-.r-
e un empleo de aya. Ella I*
monto en un automvil mane-
jado por el mismo sujeto nor-
teamericano y al llegar al Depo-
sito Naval No. i de Balboa fi
donlmada en una calle frente a
ste depsito, ocurriendo el hc-
ci.o arriba apuntado.
Dos testigos identificaron el
'Pasa a la pagina columna I)
de varias obras Jurdicas y per- c" e' .&%*** ** Pr>"ucn-
.. do al Gobierno que ordene la
sonaje destacado dentro de las rebaja de precios, costara a la
actividades de la poltica na- nacin entre 15,000 y 19,000 mi-
sional. Ilones de dlares durante los
prximos doce meses.
NUEVA YORK. Julio 6 (UP)
Frederick: Vanderbilt Field,
quien apoya la causa roja con
parte de la fortuna acumula-
da por su tatarabuelo, fu sen-
tenciado a 90 das de prisin
por negarse a revelar el origen
de la fianza de cuatro conspi-
radores comunistas fugitivos.
Field, descendiente de 40 aos
del Comodoro Cornelius Van-
derbilt quien hizo una enorme
fortuna con ferrocarriles e in-
tereses martimos, fu declara-
do reo de desacato.por el Juez
Federal Sylvester Ryan.
El patrono financiara de las
causas izquierdistas se neg a
acceder i las repetidas deman-
das de Ryan de que revelara
el origen de los 80.000 dlares
de fianza prestados por el "Con
greso de Dereqhos Civiles Iz-
quierdistas" en favor de cuatro
comunistas que desaparecieron
el lunes, dia en que deban In-
gresar en la prisin para cum-
plir penas de tres a cinco
aos por conspirar contra el
Gobierno.
Field revel, sin embargo, que
de una vez se reunieron mas de
700 mil dlares para prestar
fianza a los rojos detenidos.
Como secretarlo del fondo de
fianza del "Congreso de Dere-
chos Civiles" se le orden pre-
sentar los libros de cheques y
de recibos y la lista de deposi-
tantes en el fondo de fianza.
Lo que entreg al Juez Fede-
ral fueron las minutas del ar-
chivo d sndicos del fondo de
fianzas y una memoria finan-
ciera fechada el 31 de Diciem-
bre de 1950.
La memoria, que cubre el pe-
rodo del 18 de Septiembre de
1940 al 28 de Junio de 1951. re-
vela que de una vez se presta-
ron al fondo de fianzas 782,-
219.28 dlares.
El F.B.I. hace
llamamiento para
capturar a ocho
WASHINGTON, Julio 8 (UP)
El jefe de la Oficina Fede-
ral de Investigaciones (FBI)
hizo un llamamiento a "los ciu-
dadanos conscientes de sus de-
beres y a los organismos en-
cargados de hacer cumplir la
ley" para que ayuden a encon-
trar ocho dirigentes del Parti-
do Comunista que se han ocul-
tado para evadir la accin dt
los tribunales de justicia.
Al mismo tiempo. Hoover di-
jo que su oficina est cumplien
do rdenes del Secretario de
Justicia, J. Howard McGrath,
respecto a las personas que
ayuden o brinden refugio a los
ocho fugitivos.
Cuatro de esos dirigentes co-
munistas "desaparecieron" cuan
do debieron presentarse ante el
Tribunal Federal de Nueva
York para comenzar a cumplir
las penas de prisin que se les
impusieron por conspirar para
ensee? y abogar por el derro-
camiento del Gobierno de Esta-
dos Unidos por la fuerza. Los
otros cuatro se encontraban
entre los 21 dirigentes de "se-
gunda clase" procesados bajo
la misma acusacin el 20 d*
Junio.
Los dirigentes comunistas
buscados por las autoridades
son Gus Hall, Presidente del
partido en Illinois; Henry
partido en el Estado de Ohio;
Gilbert Green, Presidente del
Winston, Secretarlo de organi-
zacin del partido; Robert
Thompson, Presidente del par-
tido en el Estado de Nueva
York; Fred Morris, Secretario
de asunto.-, pblicos; James Ed-
ward Jackson, Director regional
del sur de Estados Unidos; Wi-
lliam Norman Marrn, Secreta-
rlo Ejecutivo en el Estado de
Nueva York y Sidney Steinberg,
Secretarlo Auxiliar a cargo de
las cuestiones obreras.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,100
Don Roque Javier Laurenza,
quien durante muchos aos fne
Secretario de la Legacin de
Panam en Brasil, ha sido de-
signado en Pars, como primer
secretario de nuestra represen-
tacin diplomtica.
Laurenza es una persona de
vasta cultura, quien ha puesto
muy en alto el nombre de nues-
tra Repblica en el exterior.
Intelectual de gran sensibilidad
potica, tiene en Panam nu-
merosos amitos que han sen-
tido eran satisfaccin por este
atinado nombramiento.
Cientos de camiones
abastecen a los rojos
Con desfile de 2.500 soldados responde
Irn a la Corte Internacional de La Haya
BOLETN
ABADAN. Julio 6 (IIP)
Ms de 2400 soldados iranios
marcharon a paso de ganso
por las calles de A badn hoy,
mientras que la multitud los
aclamaba delirantemente. Es-
ta es la mayor demostracin
de fuerza que ha hecho Irn
desde que coment la crisis
petrolera.
Aunque se dice que el desfile
militar fu en ocasin de la
terminacin de las festivida-
des religiosas, algunos obsei-
Xadores han interpretado ste
como la respuesta de Irn a
la decisin de la Corte de La
Haya.
Una multitud que pasaba de
diez mil personas le dl una
tumultosa bienvenida a Hus-
sein Makkv, miembro de la
Comisin del Petrleo, cuyos
encendidos discursea anti-bri-
tnicos han causado preocu-
pacin entre los funcionarios
de la Embajada britnica.
TEHERAN, Julio 6 (UP) Ei
Ministerio de lo Interior pro-
hibi la entrada de Eric Drake,
Gerente General de la Angiu i-
lanlan Oil Co., a Irn y cane-
lo su permiso de residencia.
Drake sall de Londres ano-
che hacia Basrah, Iraq. Ant--
nrmente, Drake haba sa;ido
apresuradamente de Irn por
ordenes de Londres y no se es-
peraba que Intentara el regre-j
La orden prohibiendo la ex-
ilada de Drake en Irn e.-l
contenidas en unas rdenes ge-
nerales enviadas a todas las au-
toridades provinciales en el a-
ita petrolera. Tambin se en-
viaron ordenes Invalidando lc
pases especiales que permit.an
a los britnicos trasladarse a
Iraq y regresar a voluntad.
Mientras tanto el Gabinete y
la Comisin Mixta del Petrl.o
cchazaron categricamente el
l a lio de la Corte Internacin? 1
de Justicia de La Haya por el
cual se pidi al Gobierno de T-
ln que no Impida que los bil
tnicos sigan dirigiendo la An-
glo-Iranlan Oil Co. hasta que -
-e alto tribunal dicte su fallo
definitivo.
Un portavoz oficial calific de
"ridiculo" ese fallo, anadien Jo
que Irn no le har caso j se-
guir adelante con la Incauta-
cin de las instalaciones peru-
leras y la nacionalizacin J.'i
Ktrleo. Aadieron que "nunca
mos reconocido la Jurisdiccin
de la Corte Internacional de
Justicia".
Uno de los miembros de a
v-omi.iln Mixta del Petrleo ai-
Jo que la decisin de la Corte
no fu inesperada y la calific
de. "ignominiosa". Afirm que
dicho tribunal haba violado Lis
derechos de una nacin peque-
a e infringido ios derecho.* Ji
una nacin soberana.
La conferencia entre el Gab1
nete y la Comisin celebrada ni
"** n la Ps a Cal. >
CUARTEL DEL OCTAVO E-
JERCITO EN COREA. Julio 6
(UP) Los comunistas estn
enviando cientos de camiones
cargados con abastecimientos, y
quizs tropas, hacia el frente
coreano a pesar de que se a-
proxlman las conversaciones pu-
la Un cese de fuego.
A todo lo largo del frente de
batalla slo ocurren duelos o-
caslonales de artillera y ejea-
amuzas de patrullas, pero los
aviones de la 5a. Fuerza Airea
han reportado el mayor trafico
comunista en las ltimas sema-
nas en las retaguardias con.u-
niitas.
Los bombarderos livianos ti-
llados atacaron a mas de WMi
camiones comunistas anoche y
hoy. Al amanecer, haban des-
truido o averiado por lo menos
75.
No existe una explicacin o-
licial Inmediata sobre el repen-
tino aumento en los convoyes
comunistas, pero se cree que e-
Uos traen abastecimientos decir
(Pasa a la Pa;na 6. Col. I)
Por la visita de
Arvalo el F. P.
pospone reunin
En vista de la prxima visi-
ta del ex-Presldente de Guate-
mala, profesor Juan Jos Ar-
valo, el Frente Patritico ha
pospuesto la concentracin de
dicho partido que habia sido
anunciada para maana sbado
y que tendra lugar en la ciudad
Racionamiento de
gasolina en Pm.?
Qu opina usted sobre la cri-
sis petrolera de Irn? En caso
que se suspendan los envos
de petrleo iranio al occidente
tendra que implantarse el ra-
cionamiento de gasolina en Es-
tados Unidos y, por lo tanto,
en Panam.
Lea usted la interesante co-
lumna "Carrusel de Washing-
ton" escrita por el conocido
columnlsta y comentarista ra-
dial norteamericano Drew Pear-
son, que ofrecemos a nuestros
lectores todos los das en nues-
tra pgina editorial.
Temas internacionales de ac-
tualidad escritos con la agili-
dad que ha hecho famoso al
autor del "The Washington
Merry-Go-Round", y que son
otro servicio exclusivo de "El
Panam Amrica" para bene-
ficio de sus miles de lectores.
Esta noche se rene
la Unin de Mujeres
Istmeas en el Inst.
El Comit Directivo Provisio-
nal de la Unin de Mujerea
Istmeas hace un llamado cor-
dial a las socias que desean
formar parte de la unin per-
manentemente, para que acu-
dan a la reunin de esta no-
che en el Instituto Nacional,
aula de la seorita Luisa Agui-
lera Patino, a las 8 p.m., para
que participen en la aprobacin
final de los estatutos y la elec-
da Aguadulce. El Frente Pa- cin del comit ejecutivo, y se
tritico celebrar varios actos, integren a algn comit del
en su honor. trabajo.
EE.UU. exige a Rusia devolucin inmediata de sus barcos
WASHINGTON, Julio 6.(UP)Estados Uni-
dos exigi por tercera vez que Rusia devuelva "in-
mediatamente" 672 barcos prestados a esa nacin
bajo el programa de prstamos y arriendos de la
pasada guerra mundial.
Estados Unidos tambin pidi, por segunda
vez, que'Rusia someta a arbitraje la disputa con
este pa sobre el pago en efectivo por otros bie-
nes por la suma de 800 millones de dlares que la
Unin Sovitica recibi durante la guerra.
El Departamento de Estado anunci que el Se-
cretario Acheson le envi el lunes dos notas al En-
cargado de Negocios Sovitico, Boris I. Karavev.
Las notas decan que "en vista de la clara e
indeclinable obligacin del Gobierno Sovitico, ba-
jo el acuerdo de prstamos y arriendos, de regre-
sar estos barcos, se pide la inmediata notificacin
sobre las intenciones del Gobierno Sovitico al res-
pecto."
Rusia contest a Estados Unidos el 21 de Mar-
zo que "rehusa considerar la devolucin de los bar-
cos." El acuerdo de prstamos y arriendos estipu-
la que Rusia debe devolver los artculos concedi-
dos por medio del plan de prstamos y arriendos
si stos sobrevivan a la guerra, y si en opinin
del Presidente de Estados Unidos se necesitaban
para la defensa de este pas.
El Presidente Truman dice que Estados Uni-
dos necesita los barcos. Rusia dice que Estados
Unidos no los necesita. ~ .




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irregularidades en determinados municipios, espe-
cialmente en el interior de la Repblica. Parecie-
ra como que no se ha entendido bien que la Consti-
tucin, al lijar para los jefes de la administracin
municipal un periodo de cuatro aos, ha preten-
dido establecer cierta estabilidad en el manejo de
los asuntos del distrito.
El hecho de que los Alcaldes sean elegidos di-
rectamente por votacin popular no implica que por
razn de que surja un incidente que desagrade
a u sector de la poblacin hay base suficiente pa-
ra promover' disturbios contra el jefe de la Ad-
ministracin local o para que ste y sus amigos
polticos irrespeten a los vecinos y a las autoridades
nacionales.
El caso ms reciente que se ha presentado ha
sido en el Distrito de San Francisco, donde un
grupo de ciudadanos que se titula "Fuerza Cvica
San Franciscana" ha pretendido por s y ante s
arreglar los asuntos municipales de acuerdo con
su criterio. Y para tratar de llegar a esa conclu-
sin se cometen desafueros contra otros ciudada-
nos meritorios.
No cabe duda que si continan en el interior
incidentes de esta naturaleza, que desvirtan los
ganos propsitos que consagra la Constitucin con
respecto a la ms amplia autonoma municipal,
pronto llegar el da en que los legisladores se vean
forzados a disponer que los Alcaldes de determi-
nados distritos sean nombrados por el rgano Eje-
cutivo.
\Debe tenerse presente que por el prestigio de
Nacin es preciso que impere el orden y que ha-
ya un mnimo de respeto y consideracin para los
asociados todos. Si no se satisfacen por lo menos
esos requisitos elementales los municipios no cum-
plirn con el deber que tienen de "cooperar con el
Gobierno Nacional a la realizacin del bienestar so-
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mejor concepto de las garantas constitucionales,
cesen cuanto antes las desorbitadas pretensiones
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Expusimos Inicio de esta serio que Panam no deba vivir
slo para el comercio y el turismo, como ana Tieja escuela de
pensamiento postulaba, ni tampoco olvidar el hecho de la exis-
tencia del Canal ni nueatra posletn geogrfica excepcional e
imaginarse que el fomento de nueatra agricultura y nuestra ga-
nadera debera concentrar nicamente nuestroa esfuersos. que
las doa tendencias extremistas Ua considerbamos absurdas y
RACIONAL tan slo la doctrina ECLCTICA.
Nueatra f en la posibilidad y conveniencia de desarrollar las
industrias pequeas y medianas a la par que nuestra agricultu-
ra y ganadera trasluce de nuestros comentarios anteriores. Da-
tas ltimas las consideramos como el pilar olido e inconmovible
del edificio de nuestra emancipacin econmica nacional. Su
fomento debe absorber en alto grado las energas encauadorms
de nuestros gobernantes.
Debe esto equivaler a que cerremos los ojos al Canal, a nues-
tra posicin geogrfica, a nuestras posibilidades portuarias espe-
ciales, a nuestro comercio y a todas bu industrias?
Existe un dilema fatdico que nos impide, en la senda de
nueatra prosperidad y del despliegue airoso de nuestra naciona-
lidad, recorrer ambos rumbos??
El "proteccionismo" que seria menester implantar Pr *'
logro y consolidacin de nuestra economa agropecuaria nos obli-
ga inequvocamente a descartar nuestras posibilidades comer-
ciales o portuarias??
Se arguye que la rebaja o supresin de aranceles, que aba-
ratara de inmediato y en forma limitada los precios de los
artculos importados, o sea la enorme mayora de los que con-
sumimos, arruinara a los incipientes productores nacionales y
desalentara con consecuencias desastrosamente perdurables las
futuras inversiones agropecuarias. La confusin reinante en
ciertos espritus estriba, a mi parecer, en qne el problema no se
ha planteado en todas sus facetas y complejidades reales. Las
angustias del presente ban nublado la visin del futuro.
Podremos con un INRI acusador tildar las actividades urba-
nas, comerciales e industriales, como causantes inexorables de
nuestras miserias sociales?? Debemos erigir el Canal en el cul-
to absurdo de una CORTINA ACUTICA para aislarnos del res-
to del mundo??
Deberemos achacar el epteto de PARASITARIO a todo desen-
volvimiento comercial? Porque ciertos aspectos de la actividad
comercial remedan el gnero de vida de estos especmenes que
se nutren a expensas de la savia vital de otros podramos negarle
una funcin digna de remuneracin a todo comercio? Podran
los Estados Unidos y los grandes emporios industriales universa-
les haberse desarrollado brontoauricamente con prescindencla
absoluta del Intercambio comercial mundial? V ese paso FOR-
ZADO comercial no puede aspirar Jams a la categora de una
autntica dignidad?
No podremos sino olrecer una rotunda negacin a estos in-
terrogantes. Cuando en aos atrs los diarlos locales publicaron
a grandes titulares alarmantes noticias sobre el alto costo de la
vida, el gerente de cierto Banco local propuso, con innegable bue-
na f, lo siguiente, fundamentalmente:
lo. La supresin de las tasas arancelarias para los artculos
de primera necesidad.
Jo. El aumento del impuesto de la gasolina para contrarres-
tar la merma producida al fisco por la adopcin de la
primera medida. I
Nos opusimos publicamente a ese concepto puramente FISCAL
de abordar el asunto y concluamos mi crnica de entonces afir-
manilo la necesidad de impulsar todas las actividades econmicas,
tanto agropecuarias como comerciales e industriales, obedecien-
do a un planeamiento orgnico v abarcador nacional, con los n-
fasis temporales que las circunstancias del futuro aconsejasen.
qu repercusiones debera tener sobre nuestra poltica aran-
celaria y sobre la tesis PROTECCIONISTA la necesidad de im-
pulsar nuestro desarrollo agropecuario?? Cules la promocin
de las industrias y el comercio??
La respuesta debera, en nuestra modesta opinion, darla un
organismo cuya necesidad se hace cada da ms patente e ina-
plazable. El organismo semi-autnomo que proponemos: COR-
PORACIN PANAMEA DE PLANEACION Y FOMENTO ECON-
MICO. Imaginemos su existencia momentnea y veamos cmo
podra resolver estos signos sibilinos de nuestro porvenir econ-
mico.
Se empesaria por efectuar los siguientes estudios:
1.Estudio de los.productos agropecuarios que sean suscepti-
bles de producirse con facilidad en nuestro suelo, e In-
dustrias derivadas.
?.Materias primas econmicamente extraibles o explotables
en nuestra Repblica, e industrias derivable.
.Estudio de Industrias que. pudiesen desarrollarse Con ma-
teria prima o productos extranjeros, talos las de enrase,
re-envase, embalaje, ensdmble, transformacin o manu-
factura propiamente dicha, etc.
I.Estudio de industrias viables con el aporte mixto de ar-
tculos nacionales y extranjeros, cuando el producto na-
cional fuese bsico.
5.Estudio de las fuentes de energa hidroelctricas, combus-
tibles, etc., susceptibles de desarrollarse provechosamente.
Nos parece lgica la adopcin de una poltica arancelaria con
base propiamente ECONMICA, que no ajustada a los absurdos
FISCALES temporales. No creemos que los criterios rectores de
orientacin arancelaria que este organismo implantare fuesen
muy diferentes de los siguientes:
AGravamen "proteccionista" a los artculos Importados co-
rrespondientes al primer grupo, por los siguientes motivos
v con las siguientes provisiones:
1. MOTIVOS:
a) suprimira un rengln de FUGA de nuestros capi-
tales, contribuyendo, por ende, al robustecimiento
de nuestra economa propia;
b) brindara incentivo a los que no se dedicaren en la
actualidad a esas producciones para hacerlo ahora;
c) el aumento de precio consiguiente de los artculos
sujetos a dicho gravamen afectara moderadamente
a los consumidores TEMPORALMENTE y beneficia-
da na con tendencias PERMANENTES al campesi-
nado productor.
2. PROVISIONES:
a) disminucin progresiva del impuesto protector a
medida que ei producto nacional pudiere abastecer
el mercado nacional con creciente ventaja;
b) establecimiento de CUOTAS flexibles para la entra-
da al pas de productos extranjeros, de los cuales
slo una fraccin del consumo total se produjere en
la Repblica. El producto extranjero de esta cate-
gora sufrira un alto "gravamen de excedente" de
su cuota temporal normal. Sera injusto gravar en
demasa todos los artculos extranjeros de esta se-
rie.
La generalisacin de estas medidas entraara el fortaleci-
miento de nuestra economa "rural", aumentara su poder adqui-
sitivo, lo que a su vez redundara en el incremento de las activi-
dades "comerciales" entre la ciudad y el campo en mutuo benefi-
cio.
REl mismo criterio "proteccionista" favorecera la impulsion
de los procesos extractivos e industriales de las materias
envueltas en el segundo grupo.
CRebaja casi total de los gravmenes arancelarios para los
productos que no pudiesen producirse en nuestro pas,
con las siguientes excepciones sobre ciertos artculos:
a) Necesidad de derivar "renta" para el Estado, porque el
articulo de costo generalmente cuantioso, no afectare
sino a una minora pudiente o simplemente insignifi-
cante (automviles y artculos de lujo);
b) Como arbitrios rentsticos y por sus efectos general-
mente dainos o txicos sobre la salud o la moral de
los ciudadanos:
c) para evitar competencia con productos similares ex-
tranjeros que podran provocar el desuso de los nacio-
nales. En este caso podra gravarse el exceso de cier-
ta cuota estudiada de los artculos forneos.
Hasta aqu este organismo habra cometido su funcin PI.A-
NIFICADORA en su etapa primaria v analtica. La segunda eta-
pa a realizar seria la labor planificado sinttica; la de estu-
diar los medios materiales y financieros requeridos para el desa-
rrollo de varios proyectos de empresas agropecuarias o Industria-
ls; la de ordenar estos proyectos en un vasto pian econmico
nacional abarcador con nfasis a la prelacin y viabilidad de los
mismos y con el fin de evitar contradicciones momentneas entre
algunos de estos proyectos.
La funcin de FOMENTO de este organismo semi-autnomo
encontrara as trazados los cauces de accin prctica que enu-
meramos:
1.impulso a las industrias y empresas productivas relativas
al primer grupo de artculos estudiados anteriormente.
2.Impulso a las empresas susceptibles de originarse a base
del segundo grupo de artculos.
3.Impulso a bis actividades industriales derivadas del ter-
cer grupo. Es de observar que stas son precisamente las
propias para ZONAS LIBRES. Debemos esclarecer que
los nacionales pueden y DEBEN pensar en el estableci-
miento de empresas dentro de estas sonas de comercio
internacional Ubre, para lo cual el organismo que propo-
nemos pondra a su servicio proyectos elaborados con so-
brada sensatez. Asi cobrara mxima eficacia y sentido
cualquier proyecto de "zona libre". Las sociedades qne
operasen dentro de su seno, que contasen panameos
romo los mayores accionistas, seran las ms benficas
desde un punto de vista nacional. El beneficio realisado
por estos connacionales seria invertido casi en su totali-
dad dentro de nuestro pas; na asi el realizado por los
extranjeros. No demostraramos asi, de paso, la posibi-
lidad de extraer mediante la industria ligera o de aisns-
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Los funcionarios de Estados Unidos
temen un racionamiento de gasolina si se cortan los
envos de petrleo de Irn; El Juez Douglas advirti
hace meses que se estaban preparando disturbios en
Irn.
WASHINGTON. Los fun-
cionarlas norteamericanos han
hecho varias declaraciones alar-
mantes sobre la crisis petrolera
de Irn. Pero el hecho real es
que, privadamente, estn mu-
cho ms alarmados de lo que
aparentan en sus declaraciones
publicas. He aqu tres razones,
causas de la preocupacin:
1) SI se cortan los envos
de petrleo de Irn, esto sig-
nificara el racionamiento de
gasolina en Estados Unidos.
El petrleo iranio qne se en-
va abora a Inglaterra, Fran-
cia y Europa Occidental es
vital para el rearme del Pac-
to del Atlntico. Si estos en-
vos cesaran, Estados Unidos
tendra que soportar parte de
la carga, y resulta que ac-
tualmente estamos importan-
do para nuestras necesidades
a razn de un milln de ba-
rriles diarios.
2) Lo que Mosc quiere es
revolu c i o n e Inquietud en
Irn, por lo tanto, dndole
a los comunistas una opor-
tunidad de tomarse el po-
der. Si Irn dejara de per-
cibir las regalas del petrleo,
se precipitara este estado de
cosas.
3) Los disturbios son con-
tagiosos en los pases petro-
leros. El cierre iranio de Us
instalaciones britnicas con-
ducira a un cierre en Iraq,
luego uno en Arabia. Actual-
mente ya se estn organizan-
do disturbios en esas reas.
El gran pas petrolero de Ve-
nezuela podra contagiarse de
la fiebre de nacionalizacin
tambin.
La verdad sobre la disputa
irania es que el Departamen-
to de Estado fue advertido des-
de hace meses sobre tal situa-
cin, y ste a su vez advirti
a Gran Bretaa. El juez Wi-
lliam O. Douglas, quien duran-
te dos veranos viaj a caballo
por todo Irn, inform a la
Casa Blanca que una desas-
trosa tormenta se cerna so-
bre Irn. Douglas tambin pro-
nunci discursos en pblico exi-
giendo una accin antes de que
fuera demasiado tarde.
El Departamento de Estado,
a su vez, llam al Embajador
Franks de Gran Bretaa y le
dl un sermn tan fuerte como
puede drsele a un diplomtico
amigo. Todo esto sucedi el In-
vierno pasado cuando todava
haba tiempo para actuar.
TRES DIFICULTADES
Una dificultad fue que Gran
Bretaa no aumentaba las
regalas que deba pagarle a
irn. Mientras laa petrole-
ras norteamericanas h Ara-
bia pagaban el 50 por cien-
to, Gran Bretaa pagaba al-
rededor de 23 por ciento.
Otra dificultad fue que el
emprstito de 25 millones de
dolares que el "Export and
Import Bank" le haba ofre-
cido a Irn estaba destinado
para mejorar las condiciones
de vida, alejando asi al co-
munismo. Pero los seores
feudales de Irn, quienes son
los qne mandan en el pas,
se opusieron abiertamente a
la construccin de escuelas y
a la reparticin equitativa de
la tierra, an con dinero nor-
teamericano.
La tercera dificultad es que
es difcil, en las relaciones di-
plomticas, obligar a un alia-
do como Inglaterra aumen-
tar sus regalas por el, petr-
leo, an cuando esto d por
resultado el racionamiento de
gasolina en Estados Unidos.
Asimismo, es difcil hacer que
los gobernantes de Irn re-
formen su sistema agrario.
cenaje, en asocio del comercio Internacional fruto de
nuestra posicin geogrfica excepcional grandes bene-
ficios que engrosaran la corriente de circulante dentro
de nuestro propio territorio, el cual buscara luego los
rumbos productivos?
4.Impulso a las industrias referentes al cuarto grupo de
artculos. Como el precio de los artculos comprende los
de costo de la materia prima, que do por s envuelve el
de la mano de obra y el capital necesario para su extrac-
cin, estaramos evitando un rengln de fuga de nuestros
capitales al producir los efectos manufacturados cuy
material bsico se tatravese de nuestro suelo. .
5.Inpulso a los proyectos de instalaciones hidroelctr:
fabricacin de combustibles nacionales susceptibles de
contribuir rpidamente al desarrollo de reglones produc-
tivas.
aun cuando la falta de estas
reformas traigan consigo el
comunismo.
CARRUSEL DE WASHINGTON
El Secretario de Defensa,
George Marshall, trajo con-
sigo una coleccin de letre-
ra* hechos por los soldados
norteamericanos en Corea. Un
letrero deca: "Manejo con
cuidado. Podra matar a su
reemplazo"... El da despus
de su llegada, el Secretario
de 70 aos almorz eon su
Kstado Mayor y lucia tan
fresco como si no acabara de
pasar 38 horas en un avin
atravesando l Pacfico. En
contraste, el Mayor General
Anthony McAullff, el famoso
paracaidista que le contest
"nones" a la peiicin de ren-
dicin alemana en Bastogne
durante la batalla del Bulge,
estaba verde con fatiga. Tam-
bin haba volado con Mar-
shall... El General Omar
Bradley no pudo ver a su vie-
jo rival, el Mariseal Montgo-
mery, en su reciente viaje a
Europa Bradley estaba dis-
ponible, pero Monty no apa-
reci. Quizs haba ledo el
nuevo libro de Bradley, uno
de los documentos ms hu-
manos sobre la guerra, pero
que le gast unas bromas pe-
fc.iuas a Montgomery.,. El co-
"." Senador Bill Beaton
de Connecticut tena prepa-
. ... una instigante defensa
del Secretario de Estado A-
cheson lista para *er pre-
sentada en el Senado. Esta
defensa fue preparada para
contradecir un ataque Repu-
blicano contra Acheson, el
cual se esperaba una ves que
terminara su testimonio en.
la controversia sobre MacAr-
thur. Pero Acheson se defen-
di con tanta habilidad y I*
dej a los Republicanos tan
poco que criticar, que, estos
se echaron para atrs. Como
resultado de esto, Beaton
punca pronunci su discurso
pero lo archiv pam en caso
que lo necesite en el futuro.
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La Conferencia de Londres trata
de la defensa del Cercano Oriente
*
Seis pafses estarn
representados en la
importante reunin
Por H. J. Sargint
(NANA)
LONDRES, Julio (EPS)
La conferencia dt ministros de
defensa de los paises britni-
cos, que se lleva a cabo aqui,
se encuentra obscurecida en el
inters pblico por los even-
tos ms teatrales, de Irn.
Sin embargo, esta reunin es
de la mayor importancia no
solamente para la comunidad
de naciones britnicas sino pa-
ra el mundo en general. Cual-
quier divisin entre ellas, o la
apariencia siquiera de una di-
visin, podria Inducir a nacio-
nes mal dispuestas contra la
Gran Bretaa a arriesgar una
guerra cuyos 'resultados no po-
dran ciertamente calcularse.
En la conferencia estn re-
presentadas las fuerzas arma-
das de la Gran Bretaa, Aus-
tralia, Nueva Zelandia, Sur A-
rlca. Rhodesia y Canad, aun-
que esta ltima solo tiene en
ena un observador.
Estas naciones componen la
mitad del mundo de habla In-
glesa y, a travs del Canada,
estn en relaciones vitales con
la otra mitad, los Estados Uni-
dos,
Debido al hecho de que las
deliberaciones son privadas, po-
co es lo que trasluce acerca de
ellas. Be sabe, empero, que las
principales decisiones se refe-
rirn a la distribucin ms e-
fectiva de las fuerzas britnicas
en el Cercano Oriente y a la
contribucin que puedan dar
para ellas las otras naciones.
Igualmente se considerar la
probable posicin de Grecia y
Turqua en caso de una gue-
rra en el Cercano Oriente. Am-
bos paises estn ahora en me-
jor condicin que antes para
representar el papel de aliados
vigorosos del occidente. Los Es- j
lados Unidos y la Gran Bre-
laa les han estado suminls>-,
trando armas, municiones y
otros materiales de guerra. Y,
es bien sabido que los turcos:
y los griegos, que son soldados
valerosos, estn dispuestos a
pelear duramente en caso de
una agresin comunista.
La conferencia tendr que a-
doptar algn plan de coordina-
cin, ms grant* y ccwpleto
que el que pudiera preparar el
minlterio de defensa britnico
solo. ^____________
Se har en Buenos
aires monumento
a Juan D. Pern
BUENOS AIRES. Julio 5 <'JP,"
La Cmara de Diputados a-
prob una ley para la ereccin
at un monumento a Pern, con
vertir el edificio del Ministerio
de Trabajo en un museo nac -
nal y estableciendo la semana
del )4 al 20 de Octube como se-
mana del justlclalismo".
La ley ha sido enviada al Se-
nado para su aprobacin. Mien-
tras tanto, el Senado aprobc u-
na resolucin quitndole al Pro-
fesor Walter Beveraggi su ciu-
dadana argentina.
Lo ms tierno de
la mata para el
te ms delicioso
Tender
leaf
TEA i
Personas que han dedi-
cado su vida a esta in-
dustria, escogen para us-
ted Jas hojas ms tier-
nas de cada mata. Por
eso se llama "Tender
Leaf": "Hojas Tiernas".
A la regia seleccin se
debe la exquisitez de es-
te t.
Pida en las buenas tien-
das "TENDER LEAP".
De venta en paquetes o
en bolsitas filtrantes.
twtidosrpjuhb..
Altos funcionarios
coreanos en EE. UU.
expresan su opinin
Por Steffan Andrews
(NANA)
El Capitolio de Washington es asiento del Con
del gobierno nacional. Situado en la cima de
capitolio es visitado anualmente por millones
los Estados Unidos y otros pases. La piedra
Septiembre de 1793 por Jorfe Washington, Pri
el Congreso autoriz la construccin de dos ex
cans las lneas principales que ofrece hoy.
Este edificio de mrmol y granito tiene
una extensin de 3> acres. La cpula de hie
un dimetro de 135'i; pies, y su altura es de
de la "Libertad" que encabeza la cpula, tiene
Esta fotografa muestra el Capitolio con
iiquierda. A la derecha est el ala ocupada
nlstraciones presidenciales se ha efectuado en
m posesin el Presidente James Monroe.
greso de los Estados Unidos, rgano legislativo
una colina en ans extensin de 120 acres, el
de personas procedentes de todos los puntos de
angular de la estructura fu colocada el 18 de
mer Presidente de los Estados Unidos. En 1851,
tensiones, y tres aos despus el Capitolio al-
751 pies de frente por 350 de fondo, y abareis
rro fundido pintada de blanco tiene en su base
285 pies sobre la plaza. La estatua de bronce
una altura de 19 pies.
el ala de la Cmara de Representantes a la
por el Senado. La Inauguracin de las admi-
tas gradas del capitolio desde 1817, cuando to-
El Nuevo Modelo delgado TM es
el prototipo que formar el juicio sobre cualquier
pluma. Por comparacin, las dems
resultan pasadas de moda.
SHEAFFER5
DE VENTA EN:
PANAMA: COLON:
Cau Zaldo Joyera Porral.
Librera Preciada Nove- John Surany
dade* MorrKon La Oficina
Moderna Snrlie/ y Herre-
ra Servicio Lervli.
DAVID:
Julio C. Contrrra
I! Gonilez Revllla y Cia.
Librera Regional
ArUtidei Romero
WASHINGTON, Julio 8 (EPS)
Los representantes diplom-
ticos y otros funcionarlos co-
reanos residentes aqu conside-
ran que la gestin de paz he-
cha por Rusia, en relacin con
la guerra de Corea, simplemen-
te como otra "Jugarreta" o ma-
niobra sovitica, que de seguro
trata de disfrazar una nueva
agresin.
El embajador coreano You
Chan Yang, seal que la ex-
periencia de los ltimos aos
pone en evidencia que Rusia
viola todos sus compromisos In-
ternacionales. Esto es lo que ha
hecho una y otra vez, espe-
cialmente desde la terminacin
de la guerra mundial.
"No hay duda de que ahora
se trata de otra cortina de
humo para ocultar la agresin",
dice el Embajador. "No pode-
mos confiar nunca en la Unin
Sovitica'.
Sus puntos de vista son com-
partidos por los altos funcio-
narlos de la embajada, quienes
califican las maniobras rusas
como "un engao destinado a
crear un falso sentido de segu-
ridad".
El embajador y sus auxilia-
res han estado en constantes
conferencias con el Departa-
mento de Estado, y aunque los
voceros de ste no quieren ha-
cer comentarlos pblicos, pri-
vadamente expresan su creen-
cia de que. efectivamente, lo
que los comunistas se propo-
nen es simplemente ganar tiem-
po.
Un periodo de negociaciones
acerca de los trminos de paz
dara a los comunistas chinos v
coreanos la oportunidad de pre-
parar una nueva ofensiva.
Sin embargo, a pesar de su
pesimismo, los funcionarios del
Departamento de Estado dis-
cutirn la paz con los comu-
Se pide a la UNESCO
iyuda para Corea en
:uanto firmen la paz
PARIS. Julio 6 (USISi L"s
.Tstados Un os han pedido a la
Conferencia de la UNESCO que
efecte preparativos para pres-
tar ayuda especializada en Co-
rea tan pronto el cese de las
hostilidades lo haga posible.
En la sesin celebrada aqu I
>ei viernes, el Dr. George D.
Stoddard. Vicepresidente de la
Delegacin de EE. UU.. expres!
los puntos de vista de EE. UU.
en el curso de la discusin del
nistas. siempre que se cumplan
los siguientes requisitos:
Primero, los comunistas chi-
nos y coreanos debern firmar
un acuerdo para no atacar nue-
vamente a los coreanos del Sur;
Segundo, los comunistas chi-
nos se retirarn de todo el te-
rritorio de Corea:
Tercero, los comunistas chi-
nos y coreanos aceptarn que'
funcionarios de las Naciones
Unidas penetren en el Norte
de Corea para ver que los dos
reauisltos anteriores sean cum-
plidos.
Veinticinco millones
de dlares cosi un
conato de revolucin
TAHILANDIA. julio 6. (UP).
La ley marcial contina en v-
Oor en Bangkok y Thonluni co-
mo consecuencia del frustrado
movimiento revolucionarlo que
uur tres das y que caus a-
nos por valor de ms de 25 uii-
.lones de dlares.
Resulta imposible determinar
el nmero de bajas habidas o> i
mo consecuencia del movimicn
to revolucionarlo encabezado
por un grupo de la Armada con
tra el Gobierno del Primer !-
.nstro Phbun Songgram.
Cuatro hospitales civiles lo-
cales informaron que haban a-
Undido 25S heridos de los cua-
les 10 murieron. Los hospiUles
programa de la Unesco para
1952.
La posicin de EE. UU.. fu
apoyada por las delegaciones;
britnicas, francesas y braslle-1
ra, lo mismo que por el Conde,
8tefan Jaclnl. de Italia. Presi- [
dente de la Junta Ejecutiva. Noi
se expres oposicin.
militares recusaron dar public-
dad a las cifras sobre el nm?-
VO de heridos y muertos.
La lucha comenz cuando un'
rupo de miembros de la Ar.".iai
da apres al Primer Ministro
onggram en una ceremonia de-
cntrega de una draga nortea-
mericana, termin el dom.iso
por la tarde al capitular los
marinos que se hablan at:in-
cherrdo en el arsenal naval al,
otro lado del desembarcadero
Junto al Palacio Real.
Jamones
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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES. nJlIO I, 1951
A rdenes del Fiscal Lpez
un individuo que hiri a
otro en La Chorrera
CHORRERA. Julio 6. (Corres-
ponsal). Marcelino Barrios,
quien hace pocos das trat
Se ultimar con un cuchillo a
ncarnacin Castillo, propinan -
" dole una herida mortal en el
i cuello, ha sido puesto a rde-
nes del seor Fiscal Segundo
dei Tribunal Superior, don Car-
los Augusto Lope?, por consi-
derar m delito como homici-
dio frustrado. El seor Perso-
nero Municipal de La Chorre-
ra, funcionario este a quien le
correspondi levantar la inves-
tigacin, practic todas las di-
ligencias del caso y agotada co-
mo se encuentran las suma-
rias, le ha enviado estas al
mencionado fiscal para los fi-
nes de Ley.
Por
B/.t,900.00 al contado y la diferencia
a plazos se Vende FARMACIA nueva.
Merme en Avenida Justo Arose me na No. 91
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-
tos para ser distribuidos a partir del da
dieciseis (16) del ao en curso.
Se pagar con descuento hasta el 31
de Julio, a la par hasta el 15 de Agosto
y de esa fecha en adelante con recargo.
Se publica lista
de Mayordomos
para unas fiestas
PARITA, julio 6 (Especial)
Ya se acercan las tradiciona-
les fiestas del glorioso Patrono
danto Domingo de Guzmn, i'-n
dador del Santsimo Rosario,
Parita vestir de gala desde el
J al 8 de Agosto, para acoger tn
ou seno a los centenares de visi
tantes que en ocasin a estas
tiestas lodos los aos se dan cl-
a alli, para presenciar sus la-
mosas corridas de toros.
La junta de mayordomos cuyo
Presidente es el entusiasta jo-
ven Santiago Pinilla Jr., est
laborando intensamente en ti
programa respectivo para q' este
ao como en aos anterior ;s
resulte todo un xito, para cilo
publicamos la lista de los .ma-
yordomos residentes en esta ca-
ntal cuyas cuotas es de. B
j.GO) cinco balboas por persona.
Lista de los mayordomos re-
sidentes en la capital;
Valentin Tejada, Antonio Ce-
reo, Rubn D. Paulett, Olmedo
Gil Correa, Jos ngel Gall.irco.
Fabio Ros, Luis Mola, Agustn
Mela, Jos Alberto Ordonez,
Jos ngel Arrocha, Pablo j.o
pez, Manuel Salvador Quinzada
Leonel Crdenas, Miguel Anto-
nio Porcell, Ofrecino Florez, Ce-
ledonio Rodriguez, Roberto Cal-
dern, Alfonso Girn, Gusla/o
A. Porcell y Elias Girn.
El dinero puede entregarse a
Roberto Caldern L.
BUENO
8>a Ud. bueno con tu rones. S catan
enfermos, si no funcionan como ante* ay-
delos tomando alxunos frascos de Pildorio
da ilecker. Ardor en la uretra; dolores da
lomo j cintura! Incontinencia de la orina
us ? B3sr-"**
ojete,
Pildora..
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sern criados en la finca dt
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Chlriqui-
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mansos, como podemos apre-
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seor Manuel R. Arias E. con
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1Exclamacin.
4De sabor acre.
9Planta hortense.
12Preposicin.
13Hogares, patrimonios.
14Altar.
15Inundar.
17Cerros en medio de llanos.
19Plores.
21Letra castellana.
22Caldo muy espeso.
24Roca rojiza, Pl.
29Poner tieso un cabo.
30Medida de peso, Abv., Inv.
31En el mar, Inv.
32 reposicin.
33Hijo de No.
35Cloruro de sodio.
37Teatro Nacional, Inic.
38-:-ConstelacIn.
40Dios romano del hogar.
42Paletas para remar.
44Lista o relacin de santos
47Rito catlico.
48Teatro Obrero Juvenil, Inlc
49Fibra para hacer sogas.
51Ajustarse a alguna cosa.
54Cinturn para portar
balas.
57Conforme a su original
58Para medir el tiempo.
60Nosotros.
61rbol leguminoso.
82Drama musical.
63Afresis de ahora.
Hasta debajo de los rboles
dan clases los profesores en
el Primer Ciclo de Aguadulce "Z
AGUADULCE, Julio 6 (Corres-
ponsal) Con el arribo de
nuevos profesores se hace r.-
iia vez ms tensa la precaria
oituacln del primer ciclo de A-
guadulce, con motivo de la es-
casez de aulas. Los alumnos con
dan locos por los pasillos y al-
gunos profesores se ven precisa-
dos a dar clases debajo de \M
al boles.
Si fuera verano no Importara
Unto, pero ya se comprender
ti cuadro de crudo dramatisn.o
cuando sorprende a la mucha-
chada uno de esos aguaceros
ijje caen por ac.
Profesores, maestros y pueolo
en general han constituido un
solo bloque de accin tendiente
a conseguir del actual gobierno
ci comienzo inmediato de la ca-
sa escuela para alojar a los es-
tudiantes secundarlos. Ya estn
apilados el cascajo, la piedra y
la arena para hacer esta obia.
solo falta ahora la buena inten-
cin del gobierno. De la cual
estamos seguios. Seguiremos
informado.
VERTICALES:
1Manantial, ciudad de Suiza.
2Elemento electroltico.
3Guaridas de los osos.
4Extremidad de las aves, Pl.
5Rostros.
6Terminacin verbal.
7Dios en Latin.
8Hacer ostentacin.
9Antifaz.
10Metal precioso.
11Articulo, Pl.
16Gorjales.
18Marchar, Inv.
20Preposicin.
22Que no creen en nada.
23Tirante.
25Diosa de la Aurora.
26Pisos superiores.
27Tonta, argentinismo.
29Que compone relojes. ,
34Ocano.
36Lago de Europa.
39Habitante de la tierra
respecto a otros.
41Igualdad de nivel
43Ave de rapia.
45Tonelada, Abv.
46 Bebida dulc
50Del verbo sajar.
51Aaarradera.
52Movimiento nervioso.
53Reportero. Abv.
55Apcope de Norte.
56Del verbo asar.
59Caso de pronombre.
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ti. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!*
PACUNA UNCO
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Con Varios Actos se Conmemor el Da de Venezuela

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La efemrides de Venezuela fu celebrada ayer con varios actos, dos de los cuales recocen las
grficas que reproducimos. En la parte superior, un instante de la recepcin que el Embaja-
dor de Venezuela, S.E. Enrique Castro Gmez, ofreci en la Embajada. Aparecen all adems
del Embajador, el Encargado de Negocios de los Estados l'nidos, Don Murray Wise, y el Te-
niente General H. H. Morris Jr., Comandante en Jefe del Comando del Caribe. En la foto
inferior, una escena de la Telada con la cual la Escuela Repblica de Venezuela celebr la
efemrides de la hermana Repblica del Sur.
Comida la la seorita Maria Teresa I Baffet
El seo? Alberto Alemn Jr. Healy y al Lie. Roberto Alemn, Para despedir a la seora
y seora Peggy. Z. deAlemn. quluie* contraer matrimonio | Louisa de 8chelbla con motivo
ofrecieron anoche una comida la semana entrante. de su prximo viaje, el seor
U su residencia, para agasajar I I Jack MacGrath y seora Julie
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Universitarias de Panam cele-
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fundacin, con un t que ten-
dr lugar maana sbado a las
4 pm. en el Hotel El Panam.
dables cooperar a
obras benficas.
numerosas
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Saludai.ios atentamente a la
seora Mercedes L. de Gerbaud,
quien lleg en das pasados de
Buenos Aires.
Despus de haber, terminado
sus estudios, regres ayer ae
Chicago le seorita Aurora Ma-
ra Corro. La saludamos.
Del Comit Pro Retiro
Matias Hernndez
Se pide por nuestro medio a
todas las personas que puedan
regalar artculos de vestir pa-
ra mujeres u hombrea, para
ser usa'os por los pacientes del
Retiro de Matas Hernndez,
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a la seora Luz G. de Mndez,
a la calle 48 No. 14, o llamar
al telfono No. 3-178 para en-
viar a recogerlos.
Esta noche es el Gran Festival
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Gran entusiasmo reina en
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do Festival de caridad que ofre
cen esta noche las Damas Gua-
dalupanas de Panam en el
Club Unin, j.os boletos para
dicho festival, pueden ser com-
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le las 8 D.m., en adelante dan-
do derecho a un lindo premio
de entrada. Entre las grandes
atracciones preparadas, habr
un magnifico desfile de modas
en donde numerosas distingui-
das damltas de nuestra socie-
dad lucirn elegantes creacio-
nes de los siguientes almacenes
Casa Flix B. Maduro, Modas
Marcela, Rhoda. Motta, I. L.
Maduro Jr., Jannette y Tita.
Los hermanos Arosemena-La-
cayo cantarn escogidas pie-
zas acompandose con sus
guitarras, al Igual de las seo-
ritas Adellta Caldern e Ida
Vallarlno. La seorita Sherlev
pan der Dijs, deleitar a la
concurrencia con nmeros de
baile. Una magnfica orquesta
amenizar las horas con piezas
de baile, adems habrn a la
venta deliciosos refrescos y go-
locinas. Se avisa que no ha-
brn rifas. No deje usted de
asistir a esta gran fiesta de
caridad en donde adems de
pasar horas sumamente agra-
Anlversario de Matrimonio
Saludamos atentamente al
seor Juan Francisco Arlas y
seora Anita V. de Arias quie-
nes cumplen hoy aos de ca-
sados.
Celebran hoy el aniversario
de su matrimonio el seor Car-
los Lindo y seora Susana G.
de Lindo. Los felicitamos.
Bautizo
Recibi hoy las aguas Lustra-
es en la iglesia de Cristo
Rey, el nio Fernando Pablo
Valds, hijo del Lie. Manuel
Mara Valds y seora Manue-
lita P. de Valds. Fueron sus
padrinos la seora Marcela M.
de Arrocha Graell y el serfor
Ramn Valds. Huchas felici-
dades le deseamos al nuevo
cristiano.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Miguel Capriles y seora
Carmen de Capriles por el feliz
arribo d un varoncito, llegado
ayer al Hospital Santo Toms.
Enfrmo
Pronto restablecimiento le
deseamos a la seora Isabel N.
de de la Guardia quien sufre
quebrantos de salud en la Cl-
nica San Fernando. ,
Ouarda cama en la Clnica
San Fernando el seor Juan
Navarro. Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Enriqueta R. de Acuna
Srta. Chabela de Fex
Sr. Romulo Antonio Vtllami'
8r. Eduardo Botillo
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Klta P. de Typaldos
Sra. Manuellta V. de Pinc
Sra. Josefa H- de Cedeo
Srta. Xenia de Jann
Srta. Judith Elvira Angulzula
Herrera
doctor Gabriel Sosa
seor Rene Estrlpeaut
Sr. Rogelio Garca de Paredes
nia Marlsabel Vives.
Campleaos de ayer
Sra. Dora Bonilla de Pinel
Despedida
ralo viaje y grandes xitos
le deseamos a la gentil seorita
elma Alvarado quien part r.a-
cia Estados Unidos a continuar
i.us estudio universitarios.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Para IRegulo*

Ave. Tvoli No. 16
JUEGO de CUBIERTOS
puede ser suyo por medio de
nuestro sistema de
CLUB
de 50 SEMANAS
Con una pequea cuota
semanal. Escoja su nmero
hoy mismo!
Avt. Central 91
CONVOCATORIA
La Sociedad Espaola de Beneficencia,
convoca a todos sus asociados, a la JUNTA
GENERAL ORDINARIA, que se celebrar
el da viernes, 13 de los corrientes, en el
local social.
Hora: 9 p.m.
Avelino Rodrigues,
Secretario.
GRAN LIQUIDACIN
DE ALFOMBRAS DE LANA Y ALGODN
A PRECIOS DE COSTO!
ALGUNAS
Con 25%
DE DESCUENTO
MUEB
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 E.1*TIS.2-180
Y 2-1635
i----------------------------------------------l
EL MEJOR SISTEMA DE CLUB
NO SE EQUIVOQUE: ANTES DE COMPRAR SU CLUB
VISTENOS COMPARE PRECIOS Y CALIDAD
APARADOR ...............B/.2.00
MESA COMEDOR ..........B .1.25
CAMAS DOBLES...........B .1.00
CMODAS ................B .1.25*

"La Casa de lot Vidrios
y los Linleos."
AVE. CENTRAL No. M
VITRINA..................B .2.00
y SILLAS .................B/.0.75
ESTANTES................B/.2.25
PEINADORAS
ESPEJO, 36 x 48 ..........B/.2.50
El Diablo
FACILIDADES DE PAGO
SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Tal.: 2-2404
B

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SALON BELLA VISTA
COMIDA Y SAILI
Lunas a Snodo
dasda los 7 p. m.
(Comidos desde B.2.75>

EN EL PATIO
COMIDA-IUMIT Y SAILI
Domingos dtsdt los 6 p. m.
(D.3.00 por persona Niflos
manores de 12 oos mitod de precio)
Bebidas con Roes Nacionales B.0.3S
ERWIN KENT Y SU ORQUESTA
Jeffrey Carlton, vocalista
HORA DI COCKTAIL: | p. m. t f> m.
'De a su Zez
Sse Mgido Encanto...
...DE LA TEZ
/
TAHA UN CUTIS QUE INVITA LAS CARICIAS
Comience usted hoy mismo a uaar el fcil
y agradabilsimo tratamiento de belleta
Woodbury. Frteae Jabn Woodbury con
una toallit mojada en agua tibia, hasta
formar cremosa espuma. Enjuagese pri-
mero con agua caliente y luego fra. La
piel queda fresca y limpia Suave ce-
mo la seda. Practique diariamente este
tratamiento embellecedor Woodbury.
WbodburyJ
Qu su tez reluzca con vivida belleza, usando
a diario el Jabn Woodbury! Hecho por es-
pecialistas en el cuidado de la piel, Wood-
bury contiene un ingrediente especial de cre-
ma de belleza que lo hace aun ms suave. Ni
quema ni irrita la tez ms delicada. La abun-
dosa espuma del Jabn Woodbury deja la tez
limpia y rozagante.,. y qu buena noticia!
Woodbury est
ahora de venta a
precio reducido.
selo desde hoy
para la tez y el
bao.
EL EXTRA FINO JABN WOODBURY NO QUEMA LA TEZ
AGENCIAS W. H. DOtL. A. Apartad* 322 Paaaaa


PAGINA SOB
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!M
VIERNES, JULIO I51
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etr
Que la ruta al Departamento ck- los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo poi
72 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. TiveH Ne
i'ei, 2-rai
KIOSKO DE LESSEPS
riqir tt Vmttpt
rnm
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 *' Jeito
Tel. t-*44l
BOTICA CARI,TON
Ave MeleMa II Mf
Tel. SS-CelB.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Caite II Oe.lt Na. H.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "II" Ka. 17 Panana
va. Ceetral ll-lt*Celta.
Miroslava,
un xito en
"Toros Bravos"
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE VENDE
Miscelneas_____
VENDEMOS Tinocos reglamentnos, : SE ALQUILA: Apartamento Inda-
bebederos, pollos, conales, cual- pendiente, plonta baja cinco divi-
quier trabajo hojaloteria. Buenos siones, cerca escuela Puerto Rico,
precios. Acuda Calle Coln 46.
Carrasquilla. Telfono 3-4406.
SE VENCE- ___ Radios pora modelos SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
1951 Dodge DeSoto Ply-1 o. Calle Corlos Mendoza No. 52.
mouth. Motores de Coln S. A. Llamar 3-0826.
Cruce del Tvoli. Tel. 2-1704.
___ SE ALQUILA:
at Nicionql en gro-! cimeras, garage, balcones.
SE VENDE:
no al por moyor. Producios Na-
cionales S. A. Telfono 2-0023.
Apartado 1984. Panama
Apartamento dos re-
Calle
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:1-2 ton Pick-up 1941.
buenas condicionas, B.350.00. Te-
lfono 3-3424.
GANGA Convertible Dodge Coupe
1948 en perfectas condiciones.
Bien cuidado. $850.00 al conta-
do. Telfono 3-3044.
SE ALQUILA.Apartamento en Cq-
, lie Q No. 25. B.30.00. Informes
SE VENDEN:Miquinos de escribir1 Julio Quijano, calle 8o.
nuevas, tipo oficina, a B. 120.00.
"Porras" Plaza 5 de Moyo.
SE VENDEN:Mquinas calculado-
ras olemonos nuevas, marca
"BRUNSVIGA" B. 145.00. "Porros"
Plaza 5 de Mayo.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamento tres
cuartos, ventilado, en Pueblo Nue-
vo, frente Transistmicd, por B.30.
00. Lime Tel. 2-1456.
SE VENDE: Carro. Studaboker,
Chompion, 1947, buenas condicio-
nes. Aceptamos ofertas arriba Bi
350.00 tal como est en la Em-
bajada, de Nicaragua. Via Espaa
y Colle 51 No. I, Panam.
SE VENDECorro 41, Pontiac Coupe.
Tel. Bolboa 6338. Miss Schuldt.
SE ALQUILA:Por B.85.00. apar-
tamento de dos recamoros. sola co
GANGA! Aprovchela. Corro Ply-
mouth Coupe 41. buenos condicio-
nes. $250.00 cosh Valo colle 47
No. 5. Lime telfono 3-3362.
medor v cocino. A familia ptqut- GANG* PckardJ?47' T^ S""
P'. o. Ocurra Apto. 5. Via Espaa Pr-Cl.pper. Moor y Carrocera
P'e lf.6 frente oarita oolicio perfecto estado. L.ontos y tapicera
IC6. frente garita policio.
SE VENDE: Modero usada
formoletos, o seis centavos
cuadrado. Plywood de 5-8" en
tmanos de 3 x 8 a diez cenia- .._,, .
vo, el pie cuadrado. Ocurra al SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
Abattoir Nocional en Paitillo. cortos servicio cocina, B.35.00.
. --------' Colle 6a. Club X No. 9. Ocurra
Farmacia Lmela Tel. 2-0539.
nuevas. Derechos pagados. Precio
especial de B.I.OOO.OO. Valo en
No. 17 Colle 25 Oeste. Pregunte
por el Sr. Sucre.
SE VENDE:Aparato de aire ocon-
diConcdo "Philco". paro oncina.
3-4 HP B 285 00 en perfectos SE ALQUILA :_Apartomento amplio,
condiciones. Maquino de cine "Ko- | fresco servicios independientes,'
dak" 16 m.m.. B.300.00, como, Aven
nueva. Lavo palos elctrico en
Co-
LECCIONES
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE:Refresquera del Teo-
tro Tropical. Gron oportunidad.
, Facilidades de pago. Pida infor-
mes en el Restaurante del Hotel
Internacional.
SE VENDE: Chalet en colle 10.
Nuevo Cristbal. Informes Fran-
cisco Fragomeni. Tel. 1145-L,
Coln.
Lime Tel. 2-14'.-6.
perfectas condiciones. $250.
lentodor de aouo. 25 galones, ca- ALQUILA:
l| nuevo, B.75.00. Dirjase Cosa
del Pantaln. Avenida Central No. ,
87. Ponami.
._L--------------
Aportamento tres
recmaras, spla-comedor, dos ser-
vicios sanitarios, esquina cosa
56. Avenida Norte altos. Ocurra
oficina arriendos Plaza 2 de Ene-
ro, frente Hotel Son Jos.
Instruccin para estudiontes avonza-
dos de piano. Clsicos, msica po-
pular y msica fundamental,' pora
estudiantes de poca experiencia.
Studio de piano Bennett's, Juon
B. Soso ,Tel. 2-1282. .
IL CANAL DE PANAMA OFMCI
EN VINTA
El Canal de Pinam ofrece en ven- cr; VENDE:Residencio confortoble.
completamente amoblada, lugor |
otrayente, con cuatro recmaros,
dos solas, 2 garages, cuorto em-
pleados, jardines, etc. en Paitillo.
Facilidades de pogo. Precio muy
reducido. Llame Tel. 2-1456.
ta. tojo propuestas en- pliegos cerra-
dos," lua se hon de abrir o las 10 y;
30 de lo moona del 10 de Julio de
1951, 3 sedanese Chevrolet y 1 5 co-
las registnodoras que se encuentran
en lo Seccin I. Almocn de Balboa,
.telefono 2-2720. 89 calentadores de
agua elctricos, que se encuentran en
la Seccin K, Almacn de Bolboa.
telefono 2-1465 v 1 camin Che-
vrolet que se encuentra en 'Almo- LE HA mmoo A Wf CwMo ^
RED
Panamericana
7.090 Kcs
HOY
3:3* Don Quakero
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Maya
Aaenciei Tkamei-Bienat Raices,
A.. Central N*. 259. eeert. 1404
Tal. 1-1069. |
LAS GANGAS DE HOY
Cosa manipostera, 3 pisos, 4 apar-
tamentos, en la Avenida B. Por B.
16.000.00.
Chalet en Calle, 39 Este. Por B.22,-
000. Hipoteco de B.6,000.00. |
Lotes n Rio Abojo y San Francisco,
Boratos.
Dos casas, brodcen B.600.00 men-
suales. B.26.000. |
CASA DE MADERA DE 48 CUARt j
TOS EN CALLE 26 OESTE No. 21*;
vala y haga oferta. |
Se vende cosa en Rio Abajo. Pago
inicial, B.2,500.00. Valor B.5.500.1
Chalet Grande de tres recmaras, sa-,
la. cernedor espaciosa,, 2 servicios!
sanitorlos completas, garage, te-
rroza de hobby er. barrio exclusive, '
valor B. 13,000.00. Pago inicial i
B.5.000,00, el saldo a 20 oos,
plazo.
Casa chica con bastante terreno en
el C|ub X, en esquina, valor B.3.-I
50O.00. '
Chalet de uno recmara, sala, come- i
dor; servicios, garage, amplio fe- i
rreno, en Avenida 5a. San Fran-1
cisco 635 Mts. Valor B.6,500.00.1
Pogo inicial, B.-2,100.00 saldo en i
hipoteca,
Cholet de dos recmaras, sala, co-
medor, cocina, garage, en esquina
Avenido 5a. San Francisco. Va-
ler 1.10.000.00,' pago inicial B.
4,000.00.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Acaban de Llegar
Para Entrega Inmediata
UN CARRO
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
UN CARRO
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
UN CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
UN PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
REMITIDO
paro las propuestas, en los lucres, ponlmerlcano. s. supCQ
nd.eadai arnb. o en lo oficina del, ,ori, de| mjsm0 se sirv0
Superintendente de Almacenes. Bol- p Pnuesfras of|Cnos en hofas
boa, telefono 2-2777._______________'laborables, donde le ser devuelto
[previa identificacin personal por ser
j un documento de ndole privada y
I tratar de asuntos ntimos.
SE NECESITA
Domstico
SE NFCESITA:Cocinera con expe-,
riencia, buenos referencias. Bfjen ,
sueldo. Vio Porros No. 100.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, buenas referencios. Buen
sueldo. Colle 37 No. 22.__________
S NECESITAN:Dos empleadas se-
rlos para trabajo general de cosa.
Dormir en trabajo. Calle 15. Pai-
tillo 117.______________________|
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te con referencias v que duerma en
el traboio. Mognifico sueldo. Con-
sulodo General del Uruguay. Colle
32 No. 6.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartn
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para personas
de buenas costumbres. Calle 5a.
No. 34 (altos).
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto grande, bien
amoblado, con entrada indepen-
diente, a persona o pareja seria.
sin nios. Avenida B No. 29, se-
gundo alto.
PERDIDA
SE NECESITA:Empleoda con ex-
pariendo y recomendociones para
oficios domsticos, para dos per-
sonas, que sepo cocinar, lavar,
planchar. No duermo en el em-
pleo. Ave. Central 47 Apto. 34.
MISCELNEA
PERDIDA crtenlo con licencio y c-
dulo, de( Sr. Alfredo Toblate Gor-^
co. B.5.00 de recompensa al que
lo devuelva o la oficina de este
peridico.
PERDIDO: Robado o descarriado:
Perro polica alemn, grande. Tie-
ne una herido en la pato delontero
derecha. Gratificacin, llame Pa-
nam 3-2579.
Perforo pozos ortesionos. Pora mayor! PERDIDO:El martes por la moa-
informacin
Hubert.
3-0931. Charles J.
No necesito ser calvo, lo cada del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspo.
Quinar hace crecer el cobello. Qui-
tter se vende en todos los buenas
farmacias.
AVISO:La renta del aqua por e1
trimestre vencido el 30 de Junio
de- 1951 debe ser pofodo del pri-
mero al 17 da Julio de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
na en el Comisariato de Balboa o
el Correo, anteojos para leer con
borde oscuros. Grortticacin, llame
a Bolboa 2-1884.
Cientos de
Manchuria, y quisas refuerzos
de tropas
El Comando de las Nacioi.es
L'nldaa presume que los comu-
nistas se estn preparando jMia
cualquier eventualidad en los
conversaciones sobre el cese :.e
fuego. Si las negociaciones :n-
tasan. sto significar la rea-
nudacin de una guerra en gian
escala, con los rolos tratanco
de aacar a los alisaos de Go.es
El trfico ms pesado ha sko
obaevado en el camino que con-
uc# de Snaju en el nooesU o*
Corea hacia Pyongyang, capual
comunista y desde all al suic->-
g hacia Wonsan en la costa e-
fiental. Este es fl principal c-
jnino lateral detras de las lineas
comunistas. '
Tambin se ha observado tr-
pesndo cerca de Narruhcii-
en la carretera que coiiuuce
Je Pyongyang al *ur iwia
Bii, sede de las converja-
preliminares para el cese
KO.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Barato, juego de sala,
comedor, recmara en perfectas
condiciones. Calle 46 No. 19.
Apto. I.
SE VENDE:Hermosa mesa plega-
ble de caoba, hecha por "Cowes".
alfombra chino. Silla alta poro
babv. Cosa 0552-A. Calle Chogres.
Bolboa.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Radio-Tcnico de
experiencia y con licencio pora ma-
nejar. Avenida Central No. 68.
SE NECESITA:Barbero en calle 21
Central. Barbera Panamericano.
SE NECESITA:Cajera y varios em-
pleadas paro el Club Zomby. Tel.
2-0135.
SE NECESITA:Trabajador en cur-
tiembre que sepa bien su oficio.
De 6 a 8 p. m. en Ave. Central
151. entrada Cantina David.
SE NECESITA:Cuotro jvenes, am-
bos sexos. Bien representados y ex-
periencia en ventos. Avenida Cen-
tral 47 Apto. 23.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca d. labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar casa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendocin del
lugar donde trabaj antes. Ca.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbri-
ca de Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. I.
Notltet Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:04 Carnaval de Ritmes
cop la orquesta de
Armando Boza
5:30 Dedicatorias
5:45 Dreala, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatlzcln RPA
:H Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental .
6:3* Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacin RPA
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
Flavio Garcia, cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:M Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
7:15 Lazos de Odio
rlramatl: acin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:36 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacin, cortesa de
almacenes La Aurora
t:15 En Voz Baja
con Anita Villalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30. Msica espaola
8:45 Canta Bing Crosby
9:14) Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Casa Angelfi
1:15 Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
9:30 El Hit Musical de Bey
10:00 Conjunto
Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 El Trovador
dramatizacin de BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MASANA SBADO
A.M.
R:nn Buenos Dlis
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 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 loa Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:15 Mambolandia
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
PJM:
12:15 Noticiero "Snarton"
12:30 Intermedio Popular
Variado
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Roy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:16 Carrera
1:30 Aires colombianos
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
A veces ana
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til al la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. S-6140
Lo que se publica a continuacin es para la Informacin da
los inversionistas Panameos en el nerocio de aviacin y ato loa
participantes o colaboradores en loa trabajos relacionados con la
aviacin nacional:
EL/ NOMBRAMIENTO DE GELABERT COMO
DIRECTOR DE AVIACIN ES CONSIDERADO
COMO DELIBERADO DESAIRE A LOS INVER-
SIONISTAS AMERICANOS Y PANAMEOS EN
LA AVIACIN PANAMEA
Los inversionistas locales y el personal de aviacin deben
prepararse ahora a proteger sus propios intereses al
retirarse el capital extranjero a causa
de las amenazas.
El Coronel John C. L. Adams (Oficial Retirado del Ejrcito de
los Estados Unidos). Representante en la America Latina de va-
rios tupos inversionistas de Wall Street y de firmas tan impor-
tantes como la Piper Aircraft Corporation, Frank Sheridan Jonas,
inc., Soundscriber Corporation, Aeromatic Propellers Corp., San-
son & Rowland Inc. (Metal-Fasteners), y la Adams Enterprises,
New York Exporting and Investment Corporation, anuncio hoy quo
^ l v todos sus asociados y empresas por l i epresentadas en la
A V <*2 Ainrtca Latina lamentan tener que retirar todo nuevo apoyo fl-
B nanciero, crditos, prstamos y ayuda general a las empresas da
Panam y proyectos relacionados con ellas debido a las amenazas
contra Us Compaas locales ms grandes y el personal Panameo
om i de aviacin, no han sido eliminadas por ciertos funcionarlos.
Como resultado de la situacin creada por el nombramiento
Estupendamente trajeada y del seor Marcos Gelabert, pese a las protestas de la empresa en.
fotografiada. Con un papel pro-'su mayora de propiedad de Panameos y en su mayora manejada
fundo y emocionante. Dirigida por Panameos tambin, la compaa Panamea aviacin ut-
NERAL, S. A., a la cual el seor Gelabert con frecuencia ha ame-
nazado con hostigar y arruinar mediante el ejercicio de irrestric-
tos poderes oficiales, los socios extranjeros de la AGSA conside-
ran que cualquier Inversin adicional, crditos, prestamos, etc., por
las diversas firmas que anteriormente nos han ayudado aqu, sen
hoy un "Mal Riesgo". Esa opinin se robustece aun mas por el
hecho de que fueron los funcionarios y el personal de trabajo da
otras compaas los que desde el principio solicitaron que la AGSA
se asociara a ellos en las protestas contra el funcionario que haba
prometido pblicamente impedir que elertas compaas y emplea-
dos Panameos tuvieran mas participacin en la aviacin.
El Coronel Adama declar que la aviacin Panamea ha lucha-
Asegrase asi la estrella nue- flo por muchos aos bajo malas condiciones econmicas, abusos
vos roles en Hollywood. I polticos y negligencia oficial, pero que sin embargo ha logrado
Tan profunda Impresin cau- subsistir para alcanzar ahora la expansion que debi haber logra-
sa la actriz en "Toros Bravos", do varios aos ya. Ahora, precisamente cuando el capital extran-
que la nica queja contra la jero para nuevo equipo y los fondos para la inversion local nos
pelcula de parte del pblico, es haban sido una ves ms prometidos, en vex de ser enviados a Co-
que Miroslava no sale en todas lombia, Costa Riea y otros pases como sucedi en los ultimo*
aos, se le ha dado golpe de muerte a toda probabilidad de obte-
nerlos por la escogencia de un funcionario cuvos antecedentes y
pasada actuacin ahuyentan toda posibilidad de inversion de ca-
pital extranjero, as como de capital local. Como resultado de ello,
el Coronel Adams saldr pronto hacia Nueva York ,para recibir
autorizaciones para desviar hacia otros pases ios proyectos e in-
versiones que se haban conseguido para Panam. Ya se han sus-
pendido las Investigaciones que se venan haciendo sobre un pro-
vecto para una plaa auxiliar de montaje en Colon (Usando el
Puerto Libre) y para un Centro de Venta de Aviones en Panama
toda la Amrica Latina, pues los fondos prometi-
por Robert Rossen (premiado
por la Academia); la elegante
y sugestiva Miroslava (favori-
ta del cine mexicano), hace su
debut en la pantalla hollywoo-
dense en el sensacional drama
taurino "Toros Bravos". (The
Brave Bulls, que exhiben hoy
con gran xito, los teatros Lux
y Cecilia.
Y como era natural, Mirosla-
va- triunfa en toda l linea.
las escenas.
Se rene esta noche
Coro Universitario
Esta noche a la cuarta hora
de clases se llevar a, efecto,,
una importantsima reunion del dol Mtog otros proyectos han sido ya retirados.
Coro Universitario, en el aula Los rtiros ya efectuados y los que se

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tro Moharaed Mossadegh e
interrumpida por los periodistas
que informaron al Gobierno so-
bre el fallo de la Corte Inter-
nacional de Justicia de La Haya.
Los miembros de la Cornisn.
al referirse al fallo declararoi.:
"Es Justamente lo que queran
los britnicos. La Corte accedi
a todos sus pedidos"
Todos los presentes en la con-
ferencia se manifestaron non. -
placidos de que Irn no hubiere
enviado representante oficial a
La Haya y dijeron que espera-
rn a recibir un Informe deta-
llado de sus observadores en La
Haya antes de hacer una decla-
racin oficial.
Un portorriqueo
automvil, pues lo vieron enuw
en el lugar aludido v dieron u-
na descripcin detallada de su
conductor- Como resultado d'
esto. Labiosa fu arrestado y se
encuentra en libertad bajo fian
a de mil dlares hasta su apa-
icin en la Corte el prximo
lunes.
El doctor Joel Schraeger con-
firm la violacin de la nia,
pero declar que sta no haoia
sufrido otros daos.
Por su parte. Labiosa ha ne-
gado los cargos y ser defeiid'-
o por el abobado W. J. She-
ridan. Labiosa trabaja como re-
gador con el Cuerpo de Trans-
portes del Ejrcito norteameri-
cano.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Tenemos eo existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
proyectan para el future)
se basan en la creencia de todos los capitalistas tanto extranjeros
como locales de que no pueden esperar seguridad en las inTersio-
nes desde luego que se permite a un funcionario pregonar su mala
voluntad, gratuita intencin de destruir un negocio y en seguida
se le nombra a un puesto desde la cual en el pasado ya l ha
ejercido poderes de vida y muerte sobre una industria bsica como
es^ia de TRANSPORTE, al permitrsele ser acusador, testigo, juea
v earutor sin restricciones y sin ingerencia de parte de sus supe-
riores. SI se permiten abusos semejantes contra EL TRANSPORTh,
que es un accesorio tan vital para todas las operaciones comercia-
les, entonces los inversionistas extranjeros podrn lgicamente es-
perar que prevalezcan situaciones similares en otras actividades
mercantiles. El capital extranjero simplemente esquivar esas con-
diciones, pero los inversionistas locales no podran librarse tan
fcilmente. Ks-por estas razones que el Coronr-l Adams estima quo
los actuales retiros de capital deben explicarse a los inversionistas
locales y asociados que anteriormente han recibido esa ayuda do
SUS AVIACIN GENERAL, S. A., es de propiedad en so 65"t, de 35 accionistas Panameos, y en un 35* de una docena de residentes
de la Zona del Canal t de los Estados Unidos. Esta Compaa con
sus diez aviones proporciona la niea oportunidad de amaestra-
miento en aviacin actualmente en Panam; utiliza mas del 90
de los campos y reas de aterrlssje y sirve a ms del 90" de todos
ios ciudadanos Panameos que hacen uso'actualmente de servicios
areos. Esta es precisamente la compaa que fue condenada a
muerte hace dos aos, pero que sobrevivi debido a su fe en un
servicio eficiente y econmico a todos los ciudadanos Panameos,
tan slo para verse de nuevo condenada a muerte por el mismo
individuo que ha proseguido su campaa durante varios aos. Hay
testigos que han declarado sobre sus manifestaciones de intencio-
nes torcidas hechas en las ltimas semanas contra determinada
compaas, sus aviones y personal, y fue esta clase de amenazas lo
que diera lugar a que Coln perdiera su derecho a tener una gran
planta de montaje y pista aerea hace dos aos.
Los inversionistas extranjeros tienen que alejarse de estas con-
diciones para proteger sus intereses. Ya han comenzado a hacerlo
asi en Panama. Al retirarse esta ayuda externa se hace ms y mas
necesario para los 509 o ms inversionistas Panameos en la avia-
cin buscar la seguridad de sus propias inversiones y dar los pasos
que estimen necesarios para proteger sus intereses y los de los
pilotos y mecnicos Panameos que dependen de la aviacin como
medio de vida. La amenaza es mayor contra los que tienen empleo
en la aviacin Panamea que contra las diversas compaas.
El Coronel Adams destac con orgullo el hecho de que es cues-
tin de historia que desde 1935 sus asociados en los centros finan-
cieros de los Estados Unidos y los numerosos asociados que tuvo
en la Zona del Canal, sus especialistas en aviacin y l mismo han
ayudado a toda compaa Panamea, grupo o club de aviacin, as
como a todo Panameo Dueo de avin, y a todo piloto, con repe-
tidos prstamos, inversiones, crditos, descuentos y servicios valio-
sos. Como estn bien enterados del lamentable estado porque lia
venido atravesando la aviacin Panamea en los ltimos aos
decisivos, los grupos de la Zona del Canal retiraron todo el tre-
mendo apoyo y ayuda financiera que le brindaron antes y que
l-.lcieron que la aviacin local floreciera alrededor de 1939 y 1940,
pero los grupos de Nueva York y los expertos tcnicos del Coronel
Adams continuaron tratando de mantener con vida la aviacin
Panamea y tratando que ella se mantuviera a flote durante va-
rios aos de malas condiciones econmicas y polticas. En lo que
a l concierne personalmente y por sus asociados extranjeros, el
Coronel Adams siente profunda pena por el hecho de que no se
quiera esta ayuda y por consiguiente tenga que ser retirada, pero
abriga la esperanza de que a los inversionista?, entusiastas, pilo-
tos y mecnicos y otros profesionales Panameos les ser dable
encontrar proteccin para sus Intereses contra esas nuevas ame-
nazas de ataque de esos funcionarios que tanto los han hostiliza-
do en el pasado, y que sus asociados y todos los otros Intereses
Americanos podrn contribuir de nuevo al robustecimiento de la
Aviacin Panamea, cuando esa ayudi. sea bien acogida, y no dea-
preciada al antojo de un funcionario arbitrario.
JOHN C. L. ADAMS.
Reunin de padres
de las enfermeras
Esta.noche a las siete y me-
dia tendr lugar la reunion del
Club de Padres de Familia de
la Escuela de Enfermeras, con
objeto de tratar asuntos de vi-
tal Importancia.
8e suDlica a todos los padres
de familia de las estudiantes de
enfermera, puntual asistencia
a esta reunin.
Enjuiciado un jete
anticomunista en
la Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. Julio 5 (LP>
El Juez Sadl Massue ha en-
juiciado al jefe de la seccin de
:epreslon del comunismo de la
Polica Federal. Cipriano Loir-
ollla; al segundo Jefe, Jose A-
nioreaano y al empleado Fian-
Habr reunin de
padres de familia
en Pueblo Nuevo
El Presidente del Club d
Padres de Familia y el Perso-
nal Docente de la Escuela Re-
pblica de Guatemala, en Pue-
blo Nuevo de Las Sabanas, se
complace en invitar a todos los
padres de familia y acudientes,
a la reunin extraordinaria que
tendr lugar, hoy viernes 6 de
los corrientes a las 7 p.m. en
el saln de actos, donde se
nombrar la nueva directiva y
se exhibirn las siguientes pe-
lculas educativas.
1El petrleo.
2Cooperativa de un pueblo.
3La Escuela.
juu:o Di Leo, acusados de hater
airastado llegalmente y hemo
al estudiante Ernesto Bravo.
Los tres funcionarios est:, a-
nestados y pueden ser senten-
ciados a una pena de tresna l4
anos de presidio.
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Informe* para esta seccin c reciban la
REDACCIN SOCIAL
de EL PANAMA AMERICA
Herma:............. 1:31 o.m. a 4 pas
felfono Na. J-B74S Apartado No 1M
(amaranto en Colon
Se est organizando en Coln
por un grupo de estudiante!,
un Carnavalito maana sba-
do de las 9 p.m. en adelante
en el Club de Extranjeros, en
honor de los estudiantes que
se encuentran de vacaciones
en Panam. Dicho Oarnavallto
ser amenizado por la Orques-
ta "Troplcana".
De loa Estados l nidos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al Dr. Dennis
F. Reeder y seora quienes re-
gresaron de una temporada
pasada en Connecticut y Mia-
mi.
Saludamos cordlalmente al
Sr. Roberto Garca de Paredes
y seora Mercedes Maria Tarte
Ser presentada
"Las Islas Maras"
Usted puede confiar en la
HARINA SWkHS DOWN
... para obtener bizcocho de textura
aterciopelada y riqusimo sabor! Compre
un paquete hoy y pruebe las magnificas
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JAH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. tambin1.
Deliciosas y fortifkantis
HOJUEIAS PE AVENA 3-M1NUT0S
En todo el mundo los nio prefieren las
Hojuelas de Arena 3- Min utos. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que i ellos les gusta su
sabor. MrUs y vari.
Luego srvase mitd tambin un plato
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al ser! y de' rico sabor
a nuex, que tanto estimulan el apedto.
Sirva usted maana a toda la lamilla un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
lia ^^^
La Junta de Censura ha vis-
to ya la pelcula "Las Islas Ma-
rias" y no ha encontrado en
ella nada que merezca la san-
cin de ser eliminado. Por lo
tanto ser exhibida integra-
mente, sin que (alte ninguna
escena, sin el ms insignifi-
cante recorte. El film ser pre-
sentado completo, ofreciendo el
dramtico conjunto realista, de
la vida de los penados, reclui-
dos en la isla de donde nadie
puede escapar, y conocida en
el mundo como "el cementerio
de los hombres vivos" .
"Las Islas Maras" represen-
ta un esfuerzo de superacin
de la Industria mexicana, ya
que se ha logrado una pelcu-
la que nada desmerece a las
de su clase presentadas por
Hollywood.
"Las Islas Maras" ser estre-
nada prximamente en el Tea-
tro Eldorado, y hay que espe-
rar que ser un nuevo triunfo
para el gran director Emilio
Fernndez, y para su Intrpre-
te, Pedro Infante.
de Oarcia de Paredes quienes
acompaados de sus hijas, se-
oritas Raquel y Chela Oarcia
de Paredes, llegaron ayer de
California.
Para Los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada entre nosotros
visitando a sus padres, S.E. el
Embajador de Espaa seor
Rafael de los Casares y Molla,
Conde de Rbago y seora, re-
gres a Nueva York por la via
area el seor Jaime de los Ca-
sares. Lo despedimos.
Siguieron hoy hacia Miami
en donde pasarn una tempo-
rada de descanso el seor Luis
Carlos Salerno y seora Julia
A. de Salerno. Grata estada les
deseamos.
Grato paseo le deseamos al
seor Jaime Quintero y seora
Carmen S. de Quintero quienes
siguieron hoy para Mxico y
los Estados Unidos.
GUIA de HOTELES en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
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HOTEL PICCADILLY, m w. s si.
Ti** *.,usrt. Ce dei RockitUar Can-
ta, t* tro* 7 tlBa\S principal*. Cem-
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XeUl amaten. teO cuartos, lodos con ba-
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hop para deaayuDar. para almuario. co-
at id*, cama y Cocktail Hour, al famoao
PICCADILLY CtRCUS LOUNOS cea an
tria te artista* xeapclonataai,
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Haeloaaa Unidas, Cuartos coa bao, una par-
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ata aaciaa. Caaia "Brttoaal Ntw Tack".
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON.
irania a Ptnasyivanla ttatlaB, an al at-
raan da las ttccioaat taatralaa y compras.
13M habitacin** eon bant privado, radio.
MU corrante halada. SUtVIDOR. Precios
daadt M.W ... 7 HO extrae! Bapleadoi de
k*aia espaola le atendern personal mente
HOTEL BOBERTFULT, sss w.
TI St.. linar tranquilo ds amblante familiar.
Centralmente ubicado Caartoa amples, ba-
a privad*, kltckanittaa. I< OS una parioaa.
ti.et por oa. Apta, ti 1 r 1 ciarte.
Prselos ssan anales y mtnsualaa para fami-
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a tarn Sr. Uanaae Pertoul. C.kltsrrsllsr
PI.TOrlOTJ_ Tal. TP. S-ISSS. Aaoa. toa
haulaa Caaaaron. Par* .lasa, r asuma.
BIO AFT. HOTEL, iss st. Broed-av
tarea al taXDicAL cairrET! aa al cen-
tre da la colonia hlapana. Aptoa. a .1, S
auartaa ooa eoelallle y baft* prlfaaV Una
parlona. |I. Dof. |5. Bromea aaananalaa
eepeetaleo. So habla r.panol
HOTEL COLUMBIA, i* was at anal
corarn Sa Tunee Sauart. Radio Clip, aa.
ATO. .entllleo SI. Beba, eon beflo por se-
mana mJPSCIAL 151. QraUa. eeerlbe por
Oaia de Mueve Tort. Se habla epato!.
HOTFX KNICK-JvBOCJUCR, iss w.
aa si. aalre At. a lea Amaneas y Broed-
wiy. Kn el corazn de Times Sanare.
Bockofelrer Center, tienda. 7 teetrea prln-
elpa:ea. 40 euartoa toa radio y befte.
prirade. Te.evi.lon opcional, aencllloa US
tl.M. Deblaa US 15 ao Permanent*, pre-
cie eepectal. Cafetera. Reatauranta y Cock-
tail Loante a eu aerrlcle Se habla eepafiol.
HOTELVANDUtBILT, Parkintu
St. Localliade aa al antro la ciudad.
Cuatro eecaederee famosos. Cuartoa ooa bo-
to r radie: aeneiUoa deade It. Dotaos dcade
ST.U. Tambin apartalento, para laaalhaa.
lacaos eon aira acondicionad.
HOTEL KUMBEKLY. Bread-a? o> 1
St. Peraooal latino. Caartoa eran bailo y
ducha. Daa persona, aoda US Tambln
aptos, on cocina. ReaUurente. Television.
THE SUTTON HOTEL, si.
Carea da lea Naetaoaa aldaa. Tranquilo.
moderno. Cocina sedala, radio, telerlalon,
aira aeoadiclonado. Pselos rstlS. acillas
Seada O.S3.SS. Aptos, daade DSII.O*. Pre-
cio, aasaanalcc 7 ecrualea. apaclalaa. Sa
habla eepafiol. Cakla "SuUonoicl".
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St.. arca de Tinte Saniare. Conranlanta
par toda* terminales, transportes, dim-
slouM, tiendas, la. Ave. 1300 cuartoa eon
baflo. Sencillos desda \K 00. doble* dttdt
17.00. Tt.nU.6n. 8a habla aapaSel.
HOTEL DIXIE, iM w. i H. he-
tal mas mr-demo an al dUartU te Tamaa
Seuar*. Todo* cuartos con baflo. ducha,
radia. Sencilloe desde 11.1*0. Debite da-
te 11.00. sTaortaa para rtaatTtilaiitt
folalo. Spanish American Dapt.
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aroawar' a T minutos de las prlnclpalce
tundea. Satrae. Oanlbua a la puerta. Habi-
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4 M Dea til Apsrtssasotos para S .
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una eusdra del Parana central, cerca a
la Quinto Avenida j antro da eoanpra..
Kesntfleoa hablucloass amuebladas. Osa-
da II te con halo.
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, as w.
7 at. Cacea del Paramo Central, teatro..
ele, Aa comunicacin j o^aerelo a te-
neral. Cuartoa moderno, con baflo prteade.
Apartamientos aso kltohaevattss, a prseos
moderados por dlss. imilis o mansas.
Isa. AtrscUr tomador a Cocktail Launas.
colecte eeelr.a y personal de hakla ee-
pafiol. Para reaervaetostse Cabla: "NORTSf-
HOTKL" Hsw Tork.
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, a street *
war., an al coraron do Times Square SI
Pisos: ISM huespedes; ambiente atracti-
vo. Cuarto, moderno, r alavraa, eon ba-
lo j sena particular, radio rstls f
saua helado clrculsnts ty tslccislon
lamWaal A seru anuncia o pie a toa-
tros y tiendes principales, asi come sub-
terrneo y mnibus Pede dsl "Dlsmend
Horiesnoo" Ac Billy Ros*. Haktaeioneo
aenclUae ama* U8ISJS; dob:ss deide
usil.ao Raatoursntss con aire aooawleto-
nado. Cabla: "Paratel Kew Tork".
MIAMI. HOSIDA
BBLaFORTliOTEL, sss .. > at. c
trslmante eitjaee Todos los rusrtos son
bafie, telefono, radie y aira aceodlclea.de.
Teleelaion. Escribo para rsssrraclenoe.
VILLA DISTE HOTEL,aiaaarmo Bird.
y Callo S. Cestrlae. IdosTalflea etemeiea al
tajare. Ambiente latlno-aatmlaaata.
RITZ HOTEL, Piular St. Sm si eeraatn
a Ml.rel. Carca de las Uemdaa prlnclpa-
ee Se hoela aepaflel_________________
HOTEL DALLAS PARK, m s. a. srd
St. A dos euastras de tiendas y teatros. Sea-
ailloe US SI, oble* II. Apartamientos aa
cecine y aerrlcle OS ti a DI SM.
EL NUEVO COBTEZ, tr.nt.ai
Habitaciones con aira condicionado. SI T
SS, a.fio privado. Se hable apanol.
HOTrXfVEAMTNGTON, mina
SI., centro Ae Ulsml Frente ofldnaa Li-
nees Airea, y mnibus. Ss habla sspanel
MIAMI COLONIAL HOTEL,aiK.ms
Bird. A NI. S St.. adlunto al termlaal ae-
reo central. Aire acondicionado epelonal.
STRAND HOTEL, us n. i. mi st can-
cro da Miami. Carca reetaurantaa latinee,
eflolnss lineas aerees, malbna. PrecJoe rs-
tarsonal latn*.
AIsHAMBRAHOTEL, m a. a. and. st
KB al centro de Miami. Moderno y Cmo-
do. Terlfe aapcelal para latino ameTisanea.
HOTEL ROBERTS, ss w. n*ur tu. aa
el eorexn 4 Mlsml. Precios raaonabl Ae
verene. 1M cuartee ana bafie.
TUTTLE HOTEL, lid a. tk St. Mo-
derno Apta, da S y I cuartos en el cora-
a da Miami. Coros A. las Usadas,
HOTSL SANATORIO. MIAMI. FIA.
MIAMI BATTLE CREEK, ** curts
Parkers;, Miami apriesa. B Sanatorio mis
trente en Miami para repose y mejora-
miento a BU eelud. Todo servirlo bajo eu-
perrlaln medica. Escriba pidiendo tBforrncc.
MIAMI SIACH. FLORIDA
LA NUEVA JOHNINA Frente al mar.
11 .t. A Colima. Aire acondicionado playa
prlrade. Pselos. Cocktail Lounge Restau-
rant*. II a mi. por persona, cuarto para I.
HOTEL CADHXAC, ans coilia* Are.
Frente al mar, playa prlrade. Aire aeondl-
eloasdo. Precio, reducidos an varara*.
SOVEREIGN HOTEL. I SI. framu al
seseas Piscina F playa privado Aa. aeea-
dlclenede Dobles deas). OS S*.
TWIN MOUNTAIN, H. N.
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTEL, x*ia
Mountain, KM. Bet al esotro do fee Men-
tafiee Blancas. BaeeleaU aocina. Flsn Fu.
rope*. Prsclas modlees Toda. facUlAadee
para unaa lnclrldablaa vacaclonoa dsa-
eenae y reera*. Piscina, Oolf. Tenia. Pea-
en. Vlaltaa diarias por antobs a .ltloe do
katoree Felleedaa y otra. racTSoclanaa. Pe-
ra Informadla y retareaelona* tacrlba a:
oaoROI N1CHOLA, Dlrector-aereata
OBSEQUIOS: Mapa da N T. Directo-
rio le Miami. Beerlbe Jeehua B. Peoere
lav... Its Madlaon Ass.. M. T. IT, H. T. *
Chsmber el Cocaaneree Bldf.. Miami.. Bis.
reapirtlvamento. ss
Construirn camin
de penetracin y
ramal ferroviario
WASHINGTON, Julio 6 (U).
El Comit de Servido* Arma-
dos de la Cmara de Represen-
tantes aprob provisionalmen-
te la peticin de la adminis-
tracin para construir un ca-
mino d: penetracin y un ra-
mal en los muelles de Mlndl en
la Zona del Canal de Panam.
El costo de esta construccin
se calcula en 120,000 dla.es.
Este proyecto forma parte de
un plan general de construc-
cin, naval y militar que est
siendo considerado por el Co-
mit. Hasta el momento no se
ha llegado a un acuerdo final,
aunque la seccin en que est
Incluida el proyecto da Mindl
fu aprobada ayer.
Se firma programa
para mejoramiento
de carreteras
WASHINGTON, Julio U*)
El Departamento de Estado
anunci que se ha firmado un
contrato con la Federacin In-
ternacional de Carreteras paia
lievar a cabo un programa de
mejoramiento de c a r r eters
"tendiente a abarcar eventusl-
nente a Latino Amrica, el cer-
cano Oriente y el Asia meridio-
nal".
Aadi que Estados Unidos ha
aportado 85.000 dlares al pro-
grama inicial y que la Federa-
cin organizacin p r i vada
cicada bajo los auspicios de !:
hombres de negocio de ms de
0 pases aportar una idnti-
ca suma en equipo y servicios
En el programa Inicial se ha
incluido la craecln de dos es-
cuelas en Latino Amrica paca
adiestrar conductores y mec-
nicos de maquinaria agrcola y
de carreteras, becas a ingonle-
ros de carreteras de otros pa-
ses para que estudien la tecnia
avanzada en las universidades
de Estados Unidos y el estudio
para determinar la clase y cl-
cance de asistencia tcnica ne-
cesaria para trazar un progra-
ma a largo plazo para el me-
joramiento de carreteras.
Actuarn Hoy en el Encanto
El "Aviso Oportuno"
Es Barato y Efectivo i


Maruja (Catlta) Vlez y Olindo Guaragua, pareja cmica bien
conocida de nuestro pblico radio-teatral, ae presenta esta noche
en la segunda eliminacin del Gran Concurso de Mama* y Boleros
que m est efectuando en el Teatro ENCANTO. Adems, hace su de-
but el nuevo cmico interiorano Pime (sarcia (a) "El Buch Arls-
lonuio". un hallasgo cmico que har las delicias del pblico con
sus ocurrencias.
DEPURE SU SANGRE
con
Elixir Depurativo Cazanave
de Grimault
DE VENTA EN TODAS LAS FARMACIAS
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tirantes
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Sa Us agrsga lacha, st cocinan
unos 5 minutos. .Eso as led*I
En todas paites usted observar marcado inters en 1a elegancia dd
homliio descubierto, cada dia ms de moda. Flezee responda a
este inters femenil ron una serie completa de primorosos brassiere*
sin tirantes de todo estilo ... y ejecutados en materiales
exclusivos para cada modelo especial. Ingeniosamente alambrados
y emballenados para cada tipo particular de silueta Fiexees, estos
elegantes brassieres dan mayor realce a Iss bellas lneas del busto. .os '
ofrecen confort incomparable seguridsd y ajuste jams vistos.
En cuanto a brassieres sin tirantee nada mejor que Fiexees.
Do Venta en:
ralis B. Maduro S, A. INTERIOR: Ofelia a* Navarre (Da va])
Caes Mari Mcrmelinda Cnlva (AfuaAuU.)
La V1IU a. Parla Catoan S. A. (La* T.ble.)
Malla'a (Panama Colon) Variadaelea (Chitr*)
Atente.: Irving Zapp C*. S. A. T*l. 2-2S3S Pneme

Asustada!
1.
Sueo Feliz
Qu barbaridad! El dentista me dijo que hay millones
de bacterias en la boca que producen cidos que atacan
el esmalte y son causa de las caries. Cmo acabar con
las causas de esas caries tan doloroaas y que producen
tambin un fatal mal aliento?
------_________
Feliz con Kolynos!

Duerme el nene en Is runs blanca como sobre.flores de almendro, y su
(asila rotada es un rayo de aurora descansando sobre slmohads de
nieve Semblante sumido en dulzura, de alnita dichoss que en sueos
vaga por lo siul entre bandadas de pajarilios que van a trinar por los
pinares > roban en sus picos gotas de luz en los arroyos cristalinos
;Con que embeleso lo contemplan sus padre' Gozo de dos corszones
sntc el sosegado sueo de su hijito. sano y fuerte como ellos mismos lo
imaginaron Resultado feliz logrado coa el LACTOCENO. que por tu
sito valor nutritivo y la facilidad con que se digiere, s causs de los
diminutos copos de albmina y finsimos glbulos de grass de tu
composicin, procura un sueo tranquilo y reparador

LA LECHE MAS SSMEIANTX A LA LICHE MATEJ.NA
Pues, lo rhs seguro ea usar la Crema Dental Kolvnoa
que destruye las bacterias dainas productoras de esos
cidos, causa de las caries! Adems, Kolynos da brillo a
los dientes y convierte la sonrisa en un arma enesntado-
ramente romntica e irresistible. Por supuesto, Kolynos
refresca la boca y el aliento y su sabor es delicioso.
-f
f_gi ft? ImJ Sabe me|or
SamvH linde mas
r.
EL TIEMPO LO AFIRMA...! LA CALIDAD LOS IMPONE!
PANTALONES PARA NIOS ......... 1.75 1.99 2*49 3.75
GUAYABERAS MAMBO PARA NIOS ....,........................1.49 1.65
GUAYABERAS MAMBO PARA CABALLEROS ; ........... 2.99 325 3.39

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(Central 87)
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TAGINA OCHO
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES. JULIO 1951
*
Se Inaugura Maana El Torneo Colegial De Volibol
"MULETAZO POR LA CARA
El muleU/o por la rara data
de mucho tiempo y est consi- |
riendo como uno de los de ms
maesL'ru en la "Suerte de .Cu-
chares'*, ya cin se doblega al animal para
que embista de frente a la mu-
leta, y, ti el "bicho'' derrota por
los altos, con este mule tazo se
l"r. que el toro se humille
para que asi el matador logrr
la faena que desee con el mayor
desenTO'Timienlo posible.
Comnmente se vi' que en e!
turno de la muleta, el lidiador
en suerte tema que recurrir a
dicho pae, que resulta harto I
montono parar la aficin, pert
loa entendidos saben perfecta-
mente que su uso e* parte in-
dispensable para dominar I to-
ro y sacar el mayor provecho
posible del "burel."
"El Cicln", Carlos Arruta, co-
nocido asi por la aficin de to-
dos loa ruedos taurinos, y Fer-
mn Espinosa, "Armillita", son
los ios toreros que con m:
frecuencia hacen nao de est<
muletaxo, y se ejecuta Igual-
mente por la derecha que por el
lado izquierdo, con una rodilla
en tierra, o sir. plemente flesio-
nando alguna de stas.
picador:
La Comisin Nacional De Boxeo
De Los E. U. Hace Clasificacin
vkc. ?u: al cuu&no Kid Gaviln como campen
\ welter. Joe'Louis contendiente lgico y
\ Black Pico como destacado mosca
WASHINGTON, Julio 8 (UP) fea, Charley Rlley. Percy Ba-
La Comisin Nacional de I sett. Eddie Burgln, Gene Smith,
Boxeo de\los Estados Unidos Manuel Ortiz, Lauro Salas,
en su claUlcacin trimestral Gallas, campen: Vlc Toweel
reconoce el cubano Klo Gav i-' Contendientes el espaol Luis
ln como campen mundial de | Romero. Peter-Keenan. Desta-
los pesos welters y sita i Joe cados: Ely Bennett, -Tommy
LouM como contendiente lgl- Profflt, el cubano Luis Galya-
co m los pesos pesador, rrt, Bobby Boland, Alvaro ***u-
Sh clasificacin como sigue: ; voloni, Gianni Zuddas.
Pesos Pesados, campen Ea- i Moscas, campen: Dado Marl-
ssard Charles. Contendiente no. Contendientes Jean Sneyers
lRko: Joe Louis. Destacados Terry Allen, Teddy Gardner.
Rex Layne, Joe Walcott. I Destacados Luis Skena, Vlc Her
Semipesados. Campen: Joe man y el cubano Black Pico.
Maxim. Contendiente: Archie
Moore, Harry Wathews. Bb
Murphy, Din Cockell, Boo Sat-
Los campeonatos del
basketball mayor se
reanudarn maana
Los campeonatos masculino y
femenino de basketball provln-
1 clal de primera categora se
reanudarn maana en la no-
vlln. Contendientes Bllly Ora- i che en el Gimnasio Nacional
ham. Charles Humez. Johnny eon atractivos partidos a cargo
Bratton. Eddie Thomas. Desta-!de los equipos:
terfield, Harold Johnson. Des-
tacrdos Dan BucaronL Jimmy
Slace.
Medianos, campen Ray Ro-
binson. Contendientes ninguno
Destacados Randolph Turpln,
Dave Bands, Laurente Dauthul-
lle, Robert Villemalo. Rocky
Graziano, Waiter Cartler.
Welters campen: Kid Ga-
El levantamiento
de pesas necesita
total reorganizacin
(Continuacin)
Con relacin al Articulo 12:
podemos decir que esta Fede-
racin lo ignora o no quiere
cumplirlo. El ao pasado el De-
partamento de Educacin Fsi-
ca pas una nota a los dife-
rentes clubes solicitndoles exi-
gieran de sus miembros sus re-
cords y certificados de buena
salud. Estamos convencidos de
que esta solicitud no ha sido
siquiera tomada en considera-
cin por los llamados a organi-
zar el deporte de los hierros,
a pesar de lo saludable de la
medida.
En cuanto a algunos otros
puntos del citado Artculo 12,
como: llevar estadstica com-
peta de sus actividades; Pre-
sentar anualmente una me-
moria de la labor realizada con
el movimiento de fondos, y lle-
var libros de Contabilidad, de
actas de sesiones y de registro
de socios, podemos asegurar que
eso ni siquiera se ha pensado.
Articulo 13: Cada Federacin
formar una escuela de arbitros
0 Jueces, los cuales desempe-
arn cucha.-, funciones en las
competencias deportivas. Tam-
poco se ha cumplido con este
precepto, aunque una vez se nos
cometi a examen para que pu-
diramos actuar en una de las
competencias.
Articulo 14: Las federaciones
acordarn y organizarn los
campeonatos nacionales en se-
sin de Asamblea General. Es-
te precepto tampoco se cumple.
Hemos tenido la mala costum-
bre de organizar siempre las
competencias en sesiones de la
junta directiva.
Como podrn' apreciar nues-
tros lectores, la federacin no
cumple con ninguno de los ar-
tculos estipulados en el De-
creto nmero 250 de 1942, que
es el que reglamenta los de-
portes en la Repblica. Como
enormemente perjudicial se con-
sidera su existencia, el Depar-
tamento de Educacin Fsica
concepta que, si el deporte no
est organizado, por lo menos
en cinco de las nueve provin-
cias, tampoco tiene justifica-
cin la existencia de una fe-
deracin. En consecuencia, lo
que realmente debe existir por
el bienestar del mismo depor-
te, es una comisin de levan-
tamiento de pesas, que se en-
cargue por el momento de or-
ganizar el deporte en todo el
pas hasta tanto sea posible
formar la federacin.
El Instituto de Gimnasia y
Deportes luchar con todas sus
fuerais para evitar que la fe-
deracin siga subsistiendo y en-
caando al Departamento de
Educacin Fsica, al Comit Na-
cional Olmpico, a los deportls-
1 tas que practican el deporte* de
los hierros y engandose en
final de cuentas ellos mismos.
Jugarn Profesional-IPA y Liceo vs.
Instituto en las damas y Artes-IPA y
Profesional Instituto en los varones
Maana a las 8 de la maana
en el Gimnasio Nacional se
inauguraran los Campeonatos
Intercoleglales de Volley ban de
los Circuitos femeninos y mas-
culino.
Cuatro partidos se desarro-
llarn y participarn todos los
equipos Inscritos, tocndoles
medir fuerzas en la apertura a
los conjuntos:
Profesional vs IPA
y
Liceo vs Instituto Nacional
del Circuito Femenino
Instituto Nal. ts Profesional
y
Artes vs IPA
del Circuito Masculino
Los partidos se efectuarn
los sbados comenzando a las
8 de la maana v los martes
principiando a las 5 de la tarde
y la justa finalizar el 31 de
Julio.
Visible entusiasmo se ha le-
vantado por la Inauguracin de
maano y por estas competen-
cias, a la vez que los equipos
se presentarn bien acoplados
y entrenados, esperndose re-
idos partidos y una funcin
lucida y satisfactoria.
No Habr Jonrones En Softball
IOWA, Julio (UP).Percy Lainson, como la mayor
autoridad sobre una novena de softball, determin que
en los juegos en que sta participe no habr jonrones y
los jardineros tendrn que mantenerse dentro de ciertos
limites prefijados.
Todo batazo que pase a woi limite* sera considerado
un doble. Los jardineros no podrn Ir a bascar la pelo-
ta. Lalnson dijo que temia que algunos de sus jugado-
res que fueran en busca de la pelota no regresara.
Lainson es alcalde de la prisin del estado en esta
localidad y la novena del penal tomar parte en algu-
nos desafios contra otras del exterior.
Los Medias Blancas Perdieron
Ayer y Bajaron Al 2o. Puesto
Servicio de la Prensa Unida tazo en 1> mano derecha.
cados. Charles Fusarl. Ike Wi-
lliams, Joe Mlcell, Gil Turner
Frltzle Pruden.
Livianos, campen Jimmy
Carter. Contendientes: Fredie
Dawson, Art Aragn, Joe Brown
Destacados: Eddie Chvez, Vir-
gil Akins, Tommy Campbell Del
Flannagan, L. Rawlings, Calvin
Smith.
Madurito vs. Carta Vieja
7 pjn. Masculino
Arbitros: F. Perdomo-Cardales
Crdenas vs. Malta Vigor
8:15 p.m. Femenino
Arbitros: Zachrisaon-Roy
Y
Bam vs. Chester
9:15 p.m. Masculino
Arbitros: Bula y Roa
Con estos partidos se Inicia-
Plumas, campen: Sandy r ]a segunda vuelta de cada
lusta. Los anotadores sern De
Sedas y Gordon y cronometrls-
Saddler. Contendientes: Willie
Pep, Ray Famechon, Destaca
dos: Ray Ankahara (de Alrl tas Mena y Rivera.
Kid Gaviln se
enfrentar con
Graham en Agosto
NUEVA YORK, Julio 6 (UP>
El cubano Kld Gaviln, cam-
pen mundial peso welter, de-
fender su corona en agosto
frente a BlUy Graham en el
Madlspn Square Garden si se
realizan los planes del pro-
motor Jim Norris.
Este discuti el asunto ayer
con Irving Cohen, apoderado de
Graham, pero no continu las
gestiones al efecto al Infor-
mrsele que Femando Balido
coapoderado de Gaviln, no lle-
gar a Nueva York hasta ma-
ana mircoles.
Freddie Hutchinson de los
Tigres dej en blanco a los Me-
dias Blancas del Chicago ven-
ciendo pe- 8 a 0 para despla-
zarlos del primer lugar ,de la
liga. En la tercera entrada
diez Tigres desfilaron al bale
anotando siete vece3. Previa-
mente los Tigres haban ano-
tado en la primera entrada por
dos sencillos. Alfonso Cartas-
quel fu sustituido en los fina-
les del Juego cuando ya no ha-
bla esperanzas de ganar para
dar oportunidad de adquirir
experiencia a De Maestri que lo
sustituy en el campo corto. El
cubano Orestes Mtoso defen-
di el Jardn'izquierdo'y al ba-
te no hizo nada en cuatro
oportunidades.
En la LigH Nacional
Un sencillo de Sid Gordon en
la undclna entrada con las
bases llenas dl a los Bravos el
triunfo por 7 a 6 sobre los Phi-
llies. Durante el curso de este
Juego que dur 2 h. 49 minutos,
dos lanzadores salieron del Jue-
go lesionados. Vern Blckford
sufri una distencin muscular
y Johnny San recibi un pelo-
Cuatro lanzadores de los Ca-
chorros fueron Insuficientes pa
ra contener a los Cardenales
que les batearon 14 hits para
triunfar por 10 carreras a 2. En
tanto Cliff Chambers dejaba a
sus contrarios en cinco hits y
no tuvo que esforzarse ya que
sus compaeros le dieron una
ventaja de seis carreras en las
primeras cuatro entradas.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
Varias son las personas que
nos han preguntado acerca de
nuestra actuacin en el caso
del quinteto Lord Chesterfield.
Como creo que es un deber res-
ponder a las preguntas le dire-
mos a los fanticos lo siguien-
te: "Los cargos que formul a
dicho equipo por esta misma
columna los sostengo aqu y en
cualquier lugar, pero no podra
acatar rdenes de la Federacin
Nacional de Basketball, que di-
cho sea dt paso me cit ni-
camente por medio de la pren-
sa no habiendo formal cita-
cin en ningn momento. Creo
que la Federacin es una agru-
pacin serla, que tiene sufi-
cientes fondos para comprar
papel y enviarme una nota en
la cual se requera m' presen-
ola en una reunin para formu
lar los cargos del Chesterfield.
SI el Presidente de la Liga de
Basketball, 8r. Germinal Saras-
quetat no quiso formular car-
gos a los Clgarrllleros y per-
der B.30.00 fu una cosa com-
pletamente personalpero de
que el Chesterfield exigi B.
30.00 para Jugar frente a los
Trotamundos de Harlem, lo sigo
sosteniendo.
Ofrecemos nuestros pronsti-
cos hpicos para r.anana: la.
Bfalo, por lnea debe. Gol -
del Falth...enemiga de cuida-
do; 2a. Carilimpio. ..muy cari-
limpio si no gana. .Cafetal...
para place esta bien; 3a. Appri-
se, tiene fibras para ganar...
Mis Cristina...tiene opcin por
el tiro; 4a. Manhattan.. debe
asesinarlos... Beach Sun.. ene
migo de nuestro escogido; 5a.
Silver Do min... probar su
clase......Mimo...la carta bra
va de la prueba; 6a. Poleckas..
por Jinete se impondr.. .Nava-
Jo Trail... tiene opcin para
place; 7a. Danescourt.. se le
vio en su anterior que puede...
Prestigio. ..es un desprestigio;
8a. Mandinga.. .ganar fcil...
Grito y Plata (e) por la (e)
llevan opcin; 9a. Rose Hip...
esta semana si gana...In Time
duro de vencer; 10a. Baby Rol
se impondr estrecho...Tully
Saba...adquiere nuevas condi-
ciones.
Dos jonrones, un triple se-
guido de un fly, dieron a los
Rojos la victoria por 4 a 0 so-
bre los Piratas a los que Ho-
wie Fox dej en siete lncogl-
bles. Lloyd Merrlman dio un
Jonrn con uno en bases en la
quinta entrada. Ralph Klner
no jug debido a que cumple
una suspensin de tres dias.
Con los resultados de los en-
cuentros nocturnos, .los Yan-
kees del Nueva York pasaron
nuevamente al comando de la
Liga Americana al imponerse a
los Senadores del Washington
por- 8 a 2, y en la Liga Nacio-
nal, el Brooklyn aument su
ventaja en el primer puesto al
derrotar al Nueva York por 8
a 4.
Silver Domin Debe Ganar La
Estelar De Maana En J. Franco
Por RDEME-
LOS ejemplares de la clase
"C" tendrn a su targo el
evento estelar que presenta
el programa hpico sabatino en
el Hipdromo Nacional sobre
una distancia de 1400 metros y
por un premio de B.8S0.0O.
Silver Domin, el magnifico
potro de Prudencio Pinlllo se
destaca en esta prueba, la cual
segn nuestra opinin debe
resultar un galope para este
caballo.
Reaparece en esta prueba el
rpido c a b a 1 l,o Cherlberlbin,
aespus de varios meses de
descanso. Tambin competirn
Curaca, Mimo, Wild Wire y
Polvorazo. Entre stos conside-
ramos a Mimo y Wild Wire co-
mo los ms serios contendores
de nuestro escogido.
En otra de las pruebas cen-
trales del programa de maa-
na se presentan los nacionales
de la clase "A" sobre una dis-
tancia de 1300 metros. Competi-
rn aqu: Fulminante, Tully
Saba, Batn, Babi Roy y Don
Pltn.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
En la primera carrera, Bfa-
lo es nuestro dato. Tapsy para
^-
Descubrimiento Glandular
Que Restaura El Vigor
i. .... afana a ntrdlda Sal vi- dulare y emplee a producir nuevo
Loa qua pa*en da prdida dal v-
tor, narrloaldad. ouerpo d*bll y qua
antas prematuramente enrejecidoe y
rU.e-aatanoa, raelblrn con alearla la
noticia da on nuavo deacabrlmlento
Sundular, hacho por an medico amar-
uno.
Coa asta nuavo deecubrlmlmto *
poelble reetaurar rpida y fcil menta
el vtor da aua tlndulae y da au cuer-
po y hacer qua an corto tiempo ae
alanta ueted como un hombre nuavo.
n afecto, eeta nuevo deecubrlmlento
Iue ea una medicina eaaera w. forma
a tabletee agradablee y fcllee de to-
eear- nona fia a lea atraclonaa alaa-
dulare y ampia
vtor y enertla r|
era natural.
produ
rpidamente, do me-
t xlto de aate deacubrlmlaoto aor-
prndente llamado Varko ha Ido tan
Knde an loa Estado Unldoa, que,
' ae vende aqu en todaa lea far-
macia y boticas. Bn otra* palabras,
Varke har que uated ee llanta llano
da vtor y enertla. y aftoe ma joven.
Un fraseo de ti Varko eapeclalea, ato
vi- fuena dobla, cue.-
Varko -
Dtver.1V. Vafor r TUmOim
La Ca 5 clasific
para el juego final
al triunfar ayer
El equipo de la Compaa No.
S clasiflc para el Juego final
del Campeonato le Softball de
los Bomberos de Panam, al
lmponers ayer al conjunto de
la Compaa No. 1 por 4 ca-
rreras a 2 en un reido en-
cuentro.
Desde e primer episodio par-
tieron por delante los de la
Ca No. 5 al marcar dos carre-
ras, mientras que los de la Ca.
1 contestaron con una entrada;
en el cuarto acto, ambos equi-
pos anotaron una carrera, pero
en el quinto inning la Cia. 5
asegur la victoria con la cuar-
ta carrera.
Tres Imparables pegaron los
ganadores por seis de sus con-
trarios. El lanzador ganador
fue J. Ar<. y carg con la de-
rrota A. Adames.
El prximo domingo se medi-
rn los conjuntos de las Com-
paas No. 3 y No. 5 a las 9 y
30 de la maana en el cuadro
de Santa Rita en disputa del
titulo.
Arreglados todos los
detalles del homenaje
al Dr. Carlos Morales
Maana tendr lugar el ho-
menaje que la Asociacin Na-
cional de Luchadores le ofrece-
r al destacado y conocido de-
portista Doctor Carlos Ral
Morales, a las 7 y 30 p.m. en el
Saln de Recreo de la Planta
de la Cervecera Balboa.
Un atractivo programa ha
elaborado la Asociacin para
este acto y prcticamente todos
los detalles para el Homenaje
han sido consultados y estn
arreglados.
La asistencia a este acto se-
r estrictamente con invitacin
y los interesados pueden verse
esta noche con el Secretario de
Organizacin, Ansberto Cedeo
en/el Gimnasio de Lucha (Ba-
rr*aa, final de Calle 14 Oeste)
o con Friedman o Aldrete.
el segunlo puesto.
En la segunda carrera, Nor-
ma debe imponerse. Peggy es
de cuidado.
En la tercera carrera, Misa
Cristina se destaca. Apprise tie-
ne mucha opcin.
En la cuarta carrera, Beach
Sun debe galoparlos. Hanna es
peligrosa.
En la quinta carrera, Silver
Domin. Mimo para el segun-
do lugar.
En la exta carrera, Fulanlto
es nuestro pronstico. Gay Ariel
es el enemigo.
En la sptima carrera, Presti-
gio se destaca. Apretador es pe-
ligroso.
En la octava carrera, Protn
debe ganar otra ves. Grito y
Plata es de cuidado.
En la ovena carrera, Rose
Hip por su ltima presentacin
debe imponerse. Lacnico es el
ejemplar a batir.
En la dcima carrera, Tully
S.ba es nuestra escogida. Baby
Ro pa-a el segundo lugar.
El Santander volvi
a pasar al comando
del ftbol menor
El equipo Santander maich*
hora en el comando del Ca.u-
pronato de Ftbol de Segur.u
Categora de la Liga Provincial
ue Panam con los resultados
de fin de semana, donde el An-
cn Jr., derrot al Amrica por
3 a 0, el Santander se impuro
ai Hispano Jr., tambin poi "
tantos a 0, y el Ambato le gii'.
al Pacifico de 2a- por 5 a 1.
A pesar de las anotacin**
todos los partidos resultaron
movidos e interesantes.
Con estos resultados, el San-
.ander sigue Invicto con 10 pus.-
tos en el segundo lugar se en-
cuentra el Ambato con 9 punios
y en el tercer puesto est el A-
iemn con 8 puntos, luego con-
tinan el Ancn Jr. Hispano Jr.
Amrica y Pacfico Jr.
En el Juego Santander vs.
Hispano, el Jugador Sabino G-
mez del primer equipo rea alt
con una pierna fracturada como
consecuencia de un choque coa
otro Jugador.
M. lo pagan par ti miimai"dice Sir William
Appleton, Alcalde de Wellington, Nueva Zelandia.
"Cada 15.000 kilom.tros reinstalo .n mi auto nu.vo*
Champion, y consid.ro qu. no m. cues-
tan nadapues las nu.vas Champion s.
pagan por st mismas con .I combuslibl.
qu. horran. Y hay qu. v*r lo dil.r.nt.
qu. con .lias funciona el motor. En mi
opinin, a ningn precio puede uno
obt.n.r una buja d. encendido mejor
ni de mal confianza.
rV.dil.ctoe de/ mund .ida** par mas d. M cuarto de ligfo
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CHAMPION
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y a.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
moa ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
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V A*-
EN EL
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QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
r
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
5a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. CURACA .................B. Pulido 112
2. SILVER DOMINO.........B. Aguirre 112
. CHERIBERIBIN............C. Ycema 112
. 4. MIMO.....................J. Apila 120
5. WILD WIRE.............R. Vergara 112
6. POLVORAZO...............F. Rose 108
*?kod%oma de Cuan -fiaaca
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES
8a. Carrera "G" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 450.00 Pool Gerra: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
J. (ASOMBRO____............K. Flore 114
2. (ROADMASTER............E. Alfaro HOx
3. HIT......................A. Soto 114
4. GRAN DA.............J. Rodrigues) 113
5. PORTERS STAR........------C. RuU 112
6. PICON.......'............C. Ycaaa 110
7. PEPSICOLA................A. Mena 107x
8. TAMESIS II..............B. Aguirre 110
PARA EL DOMINGO
9a. Carrera "E" Importados 6Vi Fgs.
Premio: B/ 550.00 Pool Gerra: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TfO
1. DELHI.................. O. Chanis 108
2. BETN...................A. Batn 115
3. TROPICANA..............B. Pulido 120
4. OWN POWER............B. Moreno 108
5. (FRIGHT...................F. Rose 110
6. (GAYWOOD..............A. Enrique 117x
7. ESPARTANO............P. Orde* 120




VIERNES. JULIO 6. 1951'
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Los Oncenos Ibrico y Huracn Se Miden En
Comentado Juego Esta Noche En Santa Rita
FAGOT NUEV1.
1
Gran Programa Deportivo Se
Celebrar En El Instituto Nal.
Los Das 13, 14, 16 y 17
Gran programa deportivo ce-
lebrar el Instituto Nacional
durante los das 13", 14, 16 y 17
de este mes, con motivo de las
festividades en conmemoracin
tlel 40o. aniversario de funda-
cin de este plantel.
El programa es bastante Inte-
resante y lo damos a conocer a
continuacin: ,
VIERNES 13
300 Gran desfile deportivo
(Instituto Catedral Instituto)
portando canelones alusivas a
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1JULITO
28IXAOLA
3RABE II
4MANHATTAN
5S. DOMINO
6POLECKAS
7APRETADOR
8MANDINGA
BHIGH MOUNT
10TULLY SABA
Bfalo
Callejera
Aprlse
Beach Sun
Curaca
Kildare
Fangio
Protn
In Time
Baby Roi
HOT
EN EL
TEATRO LUX
2:M, 4:30. :. S:M
Y EN EL TEATBO
CECILIA
as festividades del 40o. aniver-
sario.
1:30 p.m. Sensacional partido
de balompi en la cancha de
Santa Rita Instituto Nacional
vs. Universidad Nacional.
SBADO 14
3:30 a.m. Emocionantes parti-
dos de Volley Ball en la cancha
del Instituto Nacional.
Profesores del Instituto va.
Profesores del Liceo-
Profesional vs. Instituto (Fe-
menino).
LUNES 16 *
9.00 a.m. Juego de baloncesto
en la cancha del Instituto Na-
cional.
MARTES 17
6.00 ajn. Marathn pedestre
(Pasadena Santa Ana Instituto).
Habr tres categoras
8 00 a.m. Competencias de Pis-
ta y Campo en el campo del
colegio.
11.00 a.m. Entrega de los pre-
mios a los;atletas triunfadores.
7:30 p.m. Competencia de Na-
tacin en la Piscina Olmpica
con la participacin de la Pro-
fesional IPA, Artes y Oficios e
Instituto Nacional.
Las distintas competencias
que se- llevarn a cabo el da 17
son los siguientes:
50 metros menor
100 metros mayor
100 metros mediana
200 metros mayor
200 metros mediana
400 metros mayor
800 metros mayor
800 metros mediana
1500 metros mayor.
Adems, se competir en Bala
Es a beneficio del
jugador de segunda
Sabino Gonzlez
Esta noche tendr lugar un
atractivo partido de beneficio
entre los equipos Ibrico y Hu-
racn comenzando a las 7 y 30
en el cuadro de Santa Rita.
Este partido entre oncenos
aguerridos y conocidos de la
aficin ser a beneficio del Ju-
gador de segunda categora Sa-
bino Gonzlez, del equipo His-
pano Jr., quien se encuentra
recluido en el Hospital Santo
Toms debido a una fractura
de la pierna en el Juego del
pasado domingo de su equipo
contra el Santander.
Ibrico y Huracn han reali-
zado ltimamente excelentes
actuaciones, y Justamente el
domingo pasado obtuvieron rui-
dosos triunfos en los compro-
misos del Campeonato de pri-
mera divisin.
Para au encuentro de esta
noche en Santa Rita, ambos
equipos se presentarn con sus
mejores lneas para ofrecer un
magnifico encuentro y obtener
de paso una victoria.
En el base juvenil
chocan hoy Gringo de
la Guardia y Chester
Esta tarde a laa 4 se miden
en el diamante de Santa Rita
los equipos de Baseball Juve-
nil Chesterfield y Gringo de la
rf,la.- de la U*a Intermedia
que dirige Eduardo Martiz.
3 Salto Largo para mayor, me-
diana y menor, y la marathn,
con i* participacin de tres ca-
tegoras.
Nota: Las inscripciones que-
daron abiertas desde el Juevej 5
de julio a las 4 p.m. en el gim-
nasio del plantel. Solo partid-
narn alumnos del Instituto
'acional. Los maratonlstas de-
ben presentar certificado m-
dico antes del mircoles 10 de
julio, en que se cerrarn las
inscripciones.
Fuerza y Luz y Sosa Defienden
Esta Noche Su Invicto En Los
Juegos Del Basketball Menor
Por Beto Tejada
L Justa menor de basketball
contln.. esta noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional, con tres Impor-
tantes Juegos entre los equipos:
( Pelimex ts ptica Sosa
6.45 p.m.
Fuerza y Lu vs Rebeldes
8.00 p.m.
Bam. Jr. vs Lefevre
0.00 p.m.
En el primer encuentro da la
noche los muchachos del pti-
ca Sosa ponen en Juego su ca-
lidad de Invictos, teniendo co--
mo oponentes al.Pellmex, fuer-
te conjunto que luchar por
mantener su opcin a la serie
final por el ttulo.
El segundo Juego correr
cargo de Fuerza y Luz frente
a ios Rebeldes, estando los pri-
meros Invictos en cuatro pre-
sentaciones y sus contrarios se
empear n desesperadamente
por no quedar eliminados.
El ltimo choque de la noche
estar a cargo del Bam 'Jr.
frente al Lefevre, defendiendo
ambos su opcin a la serle fi-
nal.
Cardales y Soto sern los ar-
bitros, Velarde el anotador y
Alzpuru el cronometrista.
CENTRAL
HOY
Tandas:
1:15, 3:10, 5:5, 7:00, 9:00
Estreno de Fin de Semanal
HOY
"EL HALCN Y LA FLECHA"
74e
lACwTik!
SSJr.Sff1 l'MIft-UMNi UiMK^ItlN BBOS
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alza mor a
La Sociedad Nacional de Ji-
netes, la Gerencia del Hipdro-
mo y esta columna felicitan a
don Alfredo "Guatn" Gonz-
lez, quien el da martes cumpli
77 aos de vida y 25 de estar
laborando cerno preparador en
nuestro hipdromo.
Esta columna solicita a las
autoridades hpicas que para
mejorar los programas y dar
facilidades al gremio' de jinetes,
debe reglamentarse o reorgani-
zarse el actual Status de jine-
tes aprendices, en lo que res-
pecta a loa profesionales. Debi-
do a nuestra experiencia en
esta materia, estamos seguros
que un arreglo de lo que suge-
rimos se un buen remedio
para aeabar con muchos males
de nuestra hpica.
El jinete chileno J. Contre-
ras quien sufri calda el do-
mingo en la octava carrera con
el caballo Fair Chance, sall ya.
de la Clnica de San Fernando.
Luis Lpez, dueo de Cara-
melo, compr la yegua nacio-
nal Omillosa hija de Iquique
con una hija de Huasco, es 3-4
de sangre y fu criada en el
criadero de Don J. J. Vallarl-
no. La suma pagada por esta
potrilla es de B.1.200 balboas.
La carrera de los ejemplares,
Riomar, Hoy Es El Da y Don
Sizzle, fu hasta cierto punto
peor que la anterior en donde
se suspendi a los Jinetes B.
Agulrre, D. D'Andrea y G. Sn-
chez por monta sospechosa.

El norteamericano dueo de
Galante II, *A. Nackol, compr
el caballo .peruano Lujoso por
la suma de B.2.800 balboas y
ser preperado por E. Phillips.
PANCHO SEGURA RETUVO
EL CAMPEONATO PROF.
FOREST HILLS, Julio 6 (UP).El ecuatoriano Pan-
cho Segura retuvo el campeonato profesional de tennis
al vencer al callforniano Pancho Gonzlea por anotacin
de 63, 6 4, 62.
j EJrllin0 en ,0* Individuales represent una bolsa
de 2,400 dlares para Segura. Gonilex obtuvo 1,500 d-
lares.
Segura, al que se considera el tenista ms mejorado
desde que entr al profesionalismo, obtuvo una merecida
victoria la que tom la ofensiva en cuenta oportunidad
se le present y no dio a su robusto contrario tiempo
Sesarr U ** ^ po8,c,on d6*"*'* * el rpido juego
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