The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01163

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TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Reds' Ceasefire Negotiators At Kaesong

Truman Issues Order
Extending Enlistments
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP) President Truman
issued an order yesterday extending for one year the en-
listments of all members of the armed forces who other-
wise would be released between July 8, 1951, and July 1,
1952.
RED HOTThree Marinet light their smokes off a 50-cliber machine-gun barrel that got red
hot while firing at Red troops in central Korea. They are, left to right: Cpl. Charles E. Fritchman of
China Lake, Calif., Pfc. James E. Hickman of Fort Worth, Tex., Sgt. Donald MacGillivray, Chicago.
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Iran Turns Down Hague Court
Ruling On British Oil Dispute
i TEHERAN, July 7 (UP)Iran
J today rejected the oil dispute de-
. cisin of the International Court
' of Justice at-the Ague.
The court hadauggested a five-
man Board of Supervisors two
British, two Iranian and one
neutralrun the Iranian oil in-
dustry pending a settlement of
the dispute between Iran and
Britain.
But Premier Mohamed Mossa-
degh today telegraphed Iranian
National Oil Company officials in
Abadan to continue taking over
the property of the Anglo-Iran-
ian Oil Company.
Iran's statement of its case
came from the Ministry of For-
eign Affairs here as British Am-
bassador Sir Francis Shepherd
, presented a note expressing Brit-
ain's acceptance of the Interna-
tional Court decision, and Brit-
ain's intention of announcing Its
two interim representatives as
loon as Iran also accepts the ver-
The Iranian view was that the
' International Court did not have
Jurisdiction in the case, and Iran
could not regard the verdict as
binding. ,
But Iran has appointed a com-
, mission "to look Into the ques-
' tion This commission is now
awaiting the full text of the
jourt's decision by airmail.
'Meanwhile the Public Prosecu-
tor In Teheran announced that
Philip Stockll, former chief of the
Information office at the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company, had been

, Little League
Fund Drive
' Hits $ 3,434
The fund to send the Canal
Cone Little League all-stars to
the nationwide competition in
he U.S. continued on the up-
grade today.
With S5.eoo as the goal, the
total already accounted for was
$3.434.01.
This morning representa-
tives of the Naval Radio Sta-
tion at Summit and the Coro-
la I Ordnance Section civilian
employes brought Jars of col-
lections into the offices of The
Panama American. The Jars in-
cluded donations of hand.sful
of pennies to $2* kills. for
any and aU of which the little
baseball guys will surely be
thankful.
The box score to date:
Previously reported:
-.>
Indicted for damaging govern-
ment propertypresumably the
destruction ol .ell company docu-
ments. i
In announcing the lndlctmem
the prosecutor made public the
texts of some documents, one of
which read! "Because of the vig-
ilance of the National Front it is
Impossible to remove or destroy
documents from the informatiorf
office."
These documents had been
seized in Stockil's home.
A Ministry of Justice spokes-
man annqunced that Richard
Seddon, chief representative of
the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
In Teheran, had been placed un-
der surveillance, and that the
same might shortly happen to
other Anglo-Iranian officials.
Iranian police seized the luxu-
rious riverside home of A. E. C.
Mason, chief representative of
the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
In Southern Iran.
They posted guards at all doors
and refused to let Mason enter
the building. Michael Keeley,
Sersonal assistant to Mason, and
ugh Seymour, son of a former
Jap Treaty Signing
Set For September
In San Francisco
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
A Japanese peace treaty design-
ed to turn the defeated enemy
into a Western ally will be signed
formally at San Francisco dur-
ing the first week in September.
' All 53 nations which were tech-
nically at war with Japan in
World War II will be eligible to
take part.
These would include Russia,
but State Department officials
doubt the Russians will join In
signing a treaty they have con-
sistently opposed.
The forthcoming meeting
should entail no a>gura*nt over
exact peace terms. The spade-
work for the treaty has been done
by Ambassador John Foster
Dulles over the past six months.
With the terms virtually
agreed on beforehand the cere-
mony would be largely a formal
acceptance by the signatory pow-
ers.
Well, Your Honor,
It Was Like This
British Minister to Tehettn, were
in the house when it was seized
and were ordered *tb remain
there, virtually as prisoners.
Mason had slipped out of his
house earlier when he learned
that police had seized the swim-
ming pool of an adjoining Eng-
lish club. When he tried to re-
turn, the police barred him.
Brazil Uncovers
Red Propaganda
In Polish Pouch
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil July
7 (UPi Brazilian officials today
opened a newly-arrived Polish di-
plomatic mall pouch and confis-
cated a quantity of Communist
propaganda material, it was re-
ported here.
The mail pouchtraditionally
an untouchable means of com-
municationswas taken off the
liner General Bern and forced
open by officials at the docks.
Informed sources said the ac-
tion was ordered In retaliation
for repeated Communist viola-
tions of official mall addressed
to the Brazilian embassy in War-
saw.
French Ammo Dump
Explodes; 10 Killed
HAINES LES LA
Ecuador. Zone Rice
Relieving Acute
Shortage In Panam
Large shipments of rice from
Ecuador are expected in Panam
early next week to halt the un-
expected shortage of that grain,
the Manager of the Farm and
Livestock Bank of the Panam
government announced today.
Yesterday by way of emer-
gency aid the Panam Canal
delivered 200 sacks containing
100 pounds each of first quality
"Fortuna" rice to the Panam
Ewernment from the Mount
ope warehouse.
Canal officials stated that
they prepared to furnish 300
sacks more, should the shortage
go unrelieved. However, they
stressed the fact that enough
was left for Zone usage, and
"normal allotments of rice would
continue to all retail commissary
stores."
Thursday, jwhen the price of
the .popular gnrrn soared to SO
cents- a pdund, Panam house-
wives formed long Hoes In front
of their local grocers ana found
themselves forced to bay other
products with the rice.
Meanwhile it has been report-
ed that prompt action to curb
the high cost of living will be-
ing taken shortly by the Arose-
mena administration in view of
the results of the acute rice
shortage. Reliable sources have
said that speculators and black
market operators would be sev-
erely dealt with.
An investigation to determine
the cause of the shortage is be-
ing conducted. It had been pre-
viously reported that a rice-des-
troying worm had laid waste a
65-acre plantation In the Paco-
ra area, perhaps contributing to
the shortage.
Two Are Cleared
Of Theft Charges
In SAS Shortage
Cleared of a charge of stealing
goods In the amount of $36.000
from SAS Commissary in San
Francisco de la Caleta, two
young Panamanians, Ernest
Monroe and Maurice Ferdinand
Taylor, were released this week.
The order, issued under the
authority of the new draft law
passed by Congress last month,
does not extend the service of
men whose normal enlistments
expired during the past year and
were extended by a previous or-
der.
Ik means that men now In uni-
form whose terms of service nor-
mally would expire at any time
during the next year will be re-
quired to remain In service an
additional 12 months.
The draft bill provision was an
extension of the authority grant-
ed the President shortly after
the United States and Its United
Nations allies intervened in Ko-
rea against the Communist in-
vaders.
The order does not apply to
draftees who are required to
serve 24 months under the new
selective service law.
It does apply to all other en-
listed men, Including reservists.
Under the law, however, any re-
servists who served a year or
more in World War n is enlisted
to a transfer to Inactive duty af-
ter serving a total of 17 months
since Korea.
As a result, a reservist y even
though his enlistment ls^xtend<-
fed can apply arter 17 months
duty to serve the remainder of
his extended duty on inactive
status.
France, July 7 (DP) At least
10 persons were killed and sev-
eral wounded today by an ex-
plosion in an ammunition dump
in this small town about 40
miles southwest of Lille.
The final decision by the
Superior Court of Panama was .
BASSEE. based on the failure to unearth months to one year and fined
Brazil Rules Jail,
Fines, For Racial
Discrimination
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 7
(UP)President Getullo Vargas
todav signed a new anti-dis-
crimination law. maning it a
crime for hotels, restaurants or
schools to refuse admitance to
any person because of race or
color.
Brazil has a large Negro popu-
lation, and the Constitution
provides that there shall be
"equllitv for all" in this coun-
try. Until todav, however, there
was no law to back up the Con-
stitutional provision.
The new law was Introduced
In Congress as the result of a
number of complaints of alleged
discrimination In various parts
of the countrynotably the in-
stance In which a hotel In Sao
Paulo refused to register Amer-
ican Negro dancer Katherlne
Dunham.
The keeper of anv hotel,
rooming house or similar Institu-
tion who violates the new law
mav be Imprisoned for three
sufficient evidence of criminal
responsibility on the part of the
accused.
Although charges against
the pair had been preferred by
SAS' assistant manager. John
According to first reports the; J. Gustln. the Judgment held
entire dump and an adjoining that the ?/s of this sum should
plant was destroyed by the ex-|be attrlbutod to censurable me-
ploslon. (hods of accounting.
$275 to $1.100.
Owners of restaurants, coffee
shops, bars or barber shops who
refuse to serve any person be-
cause of his race may be im-
prisoned from 15 davs to three
months and fined $27.50 to $275.
Any school director found
guilty of discrimination mav be
jailed from three months to one
year or fined $27.50 to $275.
Finletter
Sets New
AF Goal
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
Secretary of Air Thomas K. Fin-
letter cautioned today that there
Is no concrete assurance of a
cease-fire in Korea and urged
Congress to step up the mobili-
zation program even If It does
come.
He also hinted strongly that
the Air Force soon will raise Its
mobilization sights above the
present 95 groups.
Finletter testified behind clos-
ed doors before the House Armed
Services Committee on a bill to
authorize a $8,500,000,000 military
construction program, including
$3,580,000,000 for the Air Force.
Finletter reportedly told com-
mittee members he will recom-
mend the Air Force increase soon
and that he thinks It will be ap-
proved. While he did not suggest
any new figure, It has been ru-
mored at the Pentagon that the
new goal might be 140 to 150 air
groups.
Finletter was the latest In a
host of officials who have
warned Congress against any
relaxation.
Defense Moblllzer Charles E.
Wilson said Wednesday that de-
liveries of military weapons to
the Armed Forces is running
about 20 per cent behind sched-
ule.
He said the Air Force Is -in
"reasonably" good condition as
far as men and planes are con-
cerned but that it is "sadly" be-
hind In the number of bases.
Finletter said he had "two
reasons'' for asking for all the
money sought by the Air Force.
"The first U that In view of the
prospect that there may be an
armistice in Koreaeven though
there is no assurance at all that
this will prove to be the casewe
should avoid anything which can
be Interpreted, rightly or wrong-
ly, as a move toward a reduction
In the military establishment.
"In the event of an armistice
In Korea, our efforts should be to
Increase the striking power of our
defense establishment."
The funds would be used for a
vast expansion of airfields In this
country and for construction of
an undisclosed number of new
bases abroad.
TOKYO, July 7 (UP) The Communist ceasefire
negotiators have reached the Kaesong area.
Their convoy of 10 white-flagged vehicles five jeeps
and five trucks travelled down the bomb-cratered 100
mile road from Pyongyang.
The United Nations high command has announced
that this road granted immunity during the time of the
negotiators' journey will be subject to attack again
after midnight tonight.
This means that the Communist delegation or its
couriers will not have safe access to the road during the
negotiations. '
To be safe from attack they must stay within a five
mile rad'us of Kaesong, which has been declared a neutral
zone by United Nations commander General Matthew B.|
Ridgway.
Meanwhile the United Nations negotiators have mov-l
ed up to an advanced camp from which they will start for!
Kaesong either by helicopter or jeep at 7 p.m. Panama!
time.
The talks are expected to begin about 10 p.m. Pan-
am time.
Peron Now Sees
International Plot
Against Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. July 7 (UP)
President Juan Peron, speak-
ing at the annual banquet for
the armed forces at the open-
ing of Argentina's Independ-
ence Day program celebra-
tions, said today that Argenti-
na had been at peace 80 years,
but now must prepare for na-
tional defense against forcea
seeking to destroy it.
"International plotters are
forming a fifth column in the
hope of formine people Inte
bands to serve their ends here.
"They use the news agencies,
newspapers, magazines, radios
and movies to organise a
putsch and blackmail inside
and outside Argentina."
The United Nations team,
whose Identities are a top secret,
has been held Incommunicado at
Seoul since July 4.
Each team Is believed to con-
sist of three officers and two in-
terpreters. None rank higher
than colonel.
It Is reported that the United
Nations team comprises one re-
presentative each of the South
Korean army, the United States
Marines and the United States
Air Force.
These teams do not have au-
thority to arrange any ceasefire.
They will only arrange such
details as time, place, communi-
cations and transportation for
the main ceasefire meeting to be
held probably early next week.
GOP Senators Push Report MacArthur
Firing Lacked 'Military Justification
1st Guard Detachment
Marine Barracks, Red-
man .....
Ordnance Section Civil-
ian employes. Corsjhml
Naval Radio Station,
Summit.....
Pacific Softball League
Paul Duran.....
American Legion, Dept.
of Panama......
Gamboa Civic Council .
Felix Maduro, S. A. .
MEMPHIS, Tenn July 7 (UP)
Motorist N M. Eckert, Jr., had
a lenghty story to tell the Judge.
i He was taking a young lady
$3,lt5.07,home when his automobile fall-
60.00
0.00
S6.27
57.S7
25.00
10.0*
25.00
25.ee
ia.ee
ed to negotiate a curve.
The automobile crashed into
a pole.
The girl appeared dazed, so
he walked her home about a
block away.
He fell Into some rain water
and decided to go home first for
dry clothes.
While at home, his house
caught fire.
Judge Carl Stokes dismissed
BY JOHN L. STEELE It also contends MacArthur
' was dismissed without military
WASHINGTON. July 7. (UP justification and at least partly
Some Republican members of the because of pressure on President
Senate MacArthur Investigating Truman by Britain and other UN
Committee are circulating a re- nations which favored strict 11m-
port contending there was no
"military justification'' for the
recall o Gen. Douglas MacAr-
thur .
The report, still In tentative
form, was prepared by Sen. Harry
P. Cain, R.. Wash., who predict-
ed It will be signed by about six
Republican members of the In-
vestigating group and perhaps a
Democrat or two. Some members
are suggesting changes.
As it now stands, the report
bitterly criticises other United
Nations for not providing more
troops for the Korean war and
attacks the Administration for
not bombing the Communist sup-
ls on the war in Korea.
The report may not be made
public for some time and may be
altered considerably as a result
of suggestions now being made.
Conflicting reports also may be
Issued and there Ls considerable
GOP sentiment against issuing
any report at all on the eight-
week Inquiry at least until the
current peace talks end one way
or another.
The document rejects argu-
ments by Mr. Truman and his
top military chiefs that MacAr-
thur had to go because there was
doubt whether he could five
whole-hearted support to admin-
It also rebuffs the suggestion
of Gen. J. Lav.ton Collins, Army
Chief of Staff, that the military
chiefs eventually might have had
to recommend MacArthur's recall
If the President had not acted.
Collins testified that MacArthur
at least stretched orders from
Washington.
Cain's report stems from a se-
ries of meetings by such GOP
senators as Styles Bridges. N.H.;
Owen Brewster. Me.; H. Alexan-
der Smith. N. J.; Bourke B. Hlck-
enlooper. a.; William F. Know-
land. Cal., and Alexander Wiley,
Wis.
The tentative report asserts
that failure of other UN allies to
provide more than 10 per cent of
the combat forces In Korea bodes
ill for future UN military actions
It labels inadequate the Ad-
Administratlon's expan a 11 o n
that countries such as Britain
and France are heavily commit-
ted elsewhere in the global strug-
gle against Communism. And It
scores the lack of effectiveness
of Administration efforts to bring
more Allied troops into the fight.
While the report does not en-
tirely underwrite MacArthur's
war recommendations. It does
maintain that the general's plan
represents "the only positive pro-
gram" for ending the Korean war
on original UN terms a unified,
free and democratic Korea.
Reds Polish Up
Kaesong Town Hall
For Truce Talks
SOMEWHERE IN KOREA, July
7 'UP)Allied patrols scouting
near Kaesong reported todav
that Communist soldiers were
cleaning out and dressing up the
Red brick two-stpry city hall,
presumalby for tomorrow's truce
talks.
The city hall is near the cen-
ter of Kaesong. next to the pol-
ice station and behind the city
hospital
MaJ. Lew Byong Hlon said re-
ports from Allied patrols In-
dicated the Reds were giving the
building a thorough going over
In obvious expectation of Its use
In some way by the truce nego-
tiators.
Hard hit bv the war sweeping
back l and forth through its
streets Kaesong was estimated
to be 60 per cent destroyed, the
officer said.
Earlier this week scouts en-
tered the town after It had been
selected In preliminary mes-
sages for the peace talks, and
found It deserted.
Major Hlon reported evidence
that the Communists now were
directing traffic in Kaesong.
But nothing was seen to suggest
that barricades or military bul-
warks were being thrown un.
The patrols reported that
there were np booby traps
within Kaesong. Hlon reported.
Two weeks ago. he said, en-
gineers removed 37 mines along
the road leading from allied
positions to the approaches of
Kaesong. But thev have found
no mines since the truce dick-
ering began.
Once a city of 100.000 popula-
tion, Kaesong Is rimmed with
mountain's which the Commun-
ists occupy in force, except for
the gap in the approaches to
the southwest.
No one knows what the au-
thority of the main negotiators
will be to arrange a ceasefire or
how long It will take to bring th
war to a halt.
Ridgway is empowered to bring
about a ceasefire on the military!
terms he belleevs best.
If the Communist representa-!
tlves have the same power, somo
agreement could be reached
within a few days. If each step
must be debated between Peip-
mg and Moscow, the conference
could drag on for weeks.
The Communists already havwj
hinted they believe a demilitar-
ized zone should be set up along?!
the 38th parallel. This would en-'
tail a United Nations withdrawal!
of up to 30 miles.
The United Nations -negotiator
are likely to demand that the op-i
poslns: armies be froeen in thelfl
present positions till a perman-i
ent peace can be negotiated. i
A South Korean spokesman
said the line should run from'
Wonsan on the east coast to Sin-1
anju or Pyongyang on the west. .1
Though this Is far north of
any line envisioned by the Un-'
ted Nations command It repre-'
o .td* cession from tha1
South Koreans. They have pre-'
viously demanded that the Com-'
munist armies be forced out of
Korea altogether.
Atlantic City
Bookie Racket
Termed 'Perfect'
2 Top Men Resign
From Britain's
Atomic Energy Body
LONDON, July 7 (UP) Thsj,
boss of Britain's atomic energy
program and his chief assistant
have resigned, the government
dlscosed last night.
The Conservative opposition
charged that the resignation*
were in protest against red tap
and security breaches which,
"threaten the atomic progranv
with collapse and disintegration
Marshal of the Royal Alt*
Force Viscount Portal will leavs
his post next month as control-1
ler of atomic energy for the 8up-i
ply Ministry. M. Perry, deputy
controller of technical policy,
quit June 30.
The resignations came to light
during a debate In the House of
Lords and were confirmed by th>
Supply Ministry.
Conservative party peers bit-'
terly criticized the government
for allegedly "hamstringing" tha
atomic energy program and foro
ced a motion of.censure through'
the upper house by a vote of 5T""
to 31.
The motion criticized the gov-j
ernment's "slow progress" In ato-,
mlc research and urged It ttj~-
transfer the program from thi
Supply Ministry to a special
"more flexible" organization.
fj
V
ATLANTIC Crr*. N J.. July
7 (UP) A spokesman for the
U. S. Senate Crime Investigat-
ing Committee said todav that
a "very perfect organization"
appears to operate In the num-
bers and bookmaklng racket
here.
Committee Counsel 8amuel
M. Lane. New York, said he be-
lieved the operations of the or-
ganization can be traced on a
ward, city, cnuntv and up to
an Interstate level."
Lane made the statement as
th* committee questioned a
number of witnesses at a one-
day hearing behind locked doors
MacArthur urged that Amerl- at a swank Boardwalk Hotel,
cah air power be unleashed a- "From what we have learn-
galnst the Chinese Communist ed so far," he added, "there ap-
supply centers In Manchuria: Dears to us reason to believe
that Chinese Nationalist troops that In the numbers and book-
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charges or leaving tne scene o ply center of Rashin and for peo- istration policy in AH nnc" he- and for collective security gener- be used with U.S. "logistical sup- makin racket in Atlantic City
|hibitir.g U S_ pursuit of Red cause he publicly aired his opln- allv unless there Isa change in port." and that an airtight block-(there Is a very pexiect orgaril-
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'planes into Manchuria,
ioi
attitude.
ade be imposed against China. zatlon."
A defeat in the heredltarr
House of Lords does not affect
the government's tenure. It most
resign only If defeated in the-
elective House of Commons on'a-
major issue.
Lord Cherwell. ohvsicist nd
oersonal assistant to then Primo
Minister Winston Churchill dur-
ing World War u, blamed sov-
ernment red taoe and security
breaches for Portal's reslenatlon.
He retected the oovernme"'j
contention that Portal was retir-
ing slmDlv because he hart com-
pleted five years In a Inn ho
originally had taken only for
three.
British Vessel Jareoon
Sinlro Aft* rViHion
LONDON. July 7 (UP) The
681-ton British steamer Jareoon
sank In the English Channel to-
dav after colliding In dense foo;
with the 1.339-ton Spanish
steamer Tormes.
All the Jargoon's crew took
safely to tht boats.'


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Ambition Is a wonderlul thing,
no doubt, but it did in Julius Cae-
sar and it often acts the same
way on bridge players. If you
have tears to shed, prepare to
shed them now for poor ambi-
tious South. .
South ruffed the second heart
and led the king of spades. When
this held. South led the queen of
spades. This was the right play
for 10 or 11 tricks, but a very poor
plav for nine tricks. j
East took the second round oi
spades and returned another
heart forcing South to tuff for a
second time. This left South with
just one trump, while East had
iwo trumps. ,
South led ls last trump out.
hoping that the two missing
trumps would fallbut of course
they didn't. Now East was bound
to get the lead with his last
trump in time to cash two heart
tricks. The defense thus made
two trumps and three hearts, set-
ting the contract.
Correct play is to abandon
trumps when the king of spades
*ii ftVFR FIFTY" Flyiag a million miles is nothing to the four top pilots of Pan Amer-
iran wnrl Alrwvi This quartet has flown a total of 13,800.000 miles, or the equivalent of
wttaNimSdfti world All are based in Miami. Fla.. flying the Latin American Dlvi-
JL imite"and alTare over 50-years of age. But it's experience that counts. Left to right.
RW E Keler nS 3 Pot in seniority; Basil L. Rowe. No. 1; John T. Rogerson. No. 4, and
Robert H. Fatt. Jr.. No. 2. f ____
Old Pileta Keep Flying
Old pilots, unlike old soldiers,
don't fade away. They keep right
on flyingand pllm* up records
little short of the unbelievable
Best composite proof of tms
u provided by a quartet of past-
tne-half-oentury-mark veterans
flying Paa American World Air-
Is"1* wfn'K begins ^m American routes out
on the diamonds and leads them of Miami.
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until East" "ruffs. East's best
course is to lead another heart,
and South ruffs again.
Once again South must resist
the temptation to lead trumps.
He must begin on the clubs, cash-
ing high cards until East ruffs
again.
At this point East has only the
ace of trumps and two hearts. If
he leads out the trump. South
easily wins the rest with the last
trump and a diamond. If East
leads a fourth heart, dummy can
ruff with the eight of spades, af-
ter which South must make one
of his two trumps for his ninth
The whole point of the hand is
that South must leave one trump
in dummy as an eventual barrier
against the hearts.
All told. Capt. Basil L. Rowe.
55 Capt. Robert H. Fatt, 57 Capt
KV E. Keeler. 52 and Capt. John
T Rogerson. 55, have been pilot-
ing planes a total of 135 years
without a single Injury to the
thousands of passengers they ve
CB?Sccupanta of the first four
niches on the seniority list.of
PA As 1,300 pilots, they have their
pick of assignments anywhere in
the airlines world-wide system.
All prefer to Uve In Miami and
fly four-engine Clippers to South
and Central America and the Ca-
ribbean. They like the climate
and the petole and they have
a genuine affection for the area
they helped pioneer more than
20 years ago. _
Dean of the Big Four, is Rowe.
a small, wiry man with a wea-
ther-beaten countenance and
eyes deeply crinkled from peering
Into the sun. Flying since 1914,
he has racked up 30,500 hours a-
lof t more than any other pilot
has ever logged.
Asked his age, he's apt to re-
ply; "I've been on the earth 51
and a half years^and In the air
another three and a half."
Ironically. It was an accident
that launched Rowe's amazing
no-accident flying career. While
still a youngster In the Catskill
mountains of New York, he saw
an early barnstormer crack up.
Young Rowe offered to help him
repair the plane In exchange for
flying lessons and became a
barnstormer himself.
US Student Group in Pern
Engaged in Program of Study
and Good Will
Twelve students from the Unl-
' verslty of Minnesota are now In
Peru engaged In a unique pro-
gram to promote good will among
nations, on the theory that the
better the peoples of different
countries know each other, the
better friends they will be.
Each one has mapped out
certain feature of Peruvian econ-
omic, cultural and social Ufe for
detailed study. Projects chosen
range from research into pre-
: Incale civilizations of Peru to th*
extent of industrialization in the-
country.
The group is headed by Dr. '
Asher Chrlstensen, Professor of
Political Science at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota, who has lived
in Latin America for several
years.
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Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2*U Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortagea
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
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The students plan to return to
Minneapolis- via Pananra about
September 10. and-wlU then star
to write the reports which are re-
quired of each participant.
Tun ewery tal into*
a rial ilemre by j
serving KELLOM'S
Rice Krispies!
Ftt. also a native New Yorker
from Niagara Falls, won his
wings at Kelly Field. Texas, dur-
ing World War I and later became
one of the first airmail pilots.
Then, after a stint of piloting
newspaper reporters and photo-
graphers arovmd the U.S. Mid-
west, he joined PAA In 1928. He
has logged about 20,000 hours.
Keeler, the No. 3 ranking pilot
with 20,700 hours, began his. a-
vlatlon career via the correspon-
dence school route. He dldnt ac-
tually learn to fly by mail-, but he
studied the rudiments while
driving a truck in his home town
of Detroit.
Rogerson. the No. 4 man kn se-
niority, has Hown more than 22,-
000 hours. By a one-ln-a-mllllon
coincidence, he was born on the
same day as RoweFebruary 10.
1896.
Despite their nearness to the
three-score mark, all four are
still In excellent condition and
have no difficulty passing the
stiff physicals pilots are given at
six-month Intervals. As first pi-
lots, each earns more than $12,-
000 a year for flying 80 to 85
hours a month.
Hope Victory Pots In
at Golflto, Costa Rica
Headquarters. 15th Naval Dis-
trict yesterday gave authoriza-
tion to the U8 MSTS Hope Vlo-
tory to lay oVer for six hours in
Goiflto. Costa Rica to permit a
violently sick seaman to receive
medical attention. He was pre-
sently admitted to the United
Fruit Company Hospital there for
treatment. The Hope Victory
cleared Balboa early Thursday
morning, but when 320 miles
from Balboa, she radioed that
one of the crew had developed f#r brt.kfait. // ivvaar na)
stomach convulsions. 15th Naval
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Box 96 Ba&oa JJufkU-Vl. BatLa 1336
tam entertained 20 children at a
luncheon Riven July 4 at their
home on Balboa Heights for their
daughter. Joan, on her third
birthday anniversary.
Departures
Mrs. Elmlta Hayes of Curundu
Is sailing Sunday lor Oalveston,
Texas, to spend leave In Texas
and California.
Also sailing for Oalveston Sun-
day Is Mrs. Joan Smedlty of Cu-
rundu.
Return from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Garcia
de Paredes and their daughters,
the Misses Chela and Raquel
Garcia de Paredes, returned this
week from New York.
LAWRENCE BARCA JR. AND MISS SHOttEY HSUM
MARRIED LAST EVENING AT ST. MARY'S CHURCH
In the presence of a lane w>np of relative and friends
Miss Shirley Anne Husum was married last evening at:seven
o'clock to-Lawrence Rarest, Jr. The m^arrUge was solemnlaed
at St. Mary's Church in Balboa with the Reverend Father
Michael Wye. CM., officiating. The bride is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Husum of Chicago. Illinois, former
residents of Diablo. Mr. Barca Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Barca of Margarita.
Madonna lilies, ferns" and
alms decorated the church and
lie pews were marked with nose-
gays of gardenias tied with satin
ribbons. John Ridge, organist,
played the traditional wedding
marches for the processional and
recessional and accompanied
Garland Dowllng, who sang "Pa-
is Angeltcus" and "On This Day.
O Beautiful Mother."
The bride was escorted and
given In marriage by her brother,
Edward J. Husum Jr. She wore a
beautiful bridal gown of white
satin and lace. It was made on
princess lines with three godeu
of accordlan pleated Chantilly
lace in the wide skirt which had
a short round train. Lace out-
lined the boat neckline and form-
ed short caps sleeves. She wore
long mitts of matching lace and
a full length veil of illusion held
in place with a tiny cap of satin.
Her bouquet was of brldfs roses.
Mrs. Edward J. Husum. Jr..
matron of honor, was gowned In
peach-colored brocaded satin and
carried green roses. Her Juliet
cap of satin matched her gown.
Miss Eleanor Kuller. bridesmaid,
woie pale blue brocaded satin
with a matching cap and carried
pink roses.
Charles Husum, a brother of
the bride, was best man and the
ushers were George Colesnan,
Jr., John Alexander and Thomas
Barnes.
Immediately after the service
a reception for 200 guests was
held at the Elks Club In Balboa.
Receiving with the bridal party,
In place of the bride's mother,
was Miss Anne Alleyne. She wore
a gown of green brocaded satin
with a corsage of white orchids.
Mrs. Barca, mother of the bride-
groom, was gowned in blue chif-
fon and lace and her corsage was
also of white orchids. The club
was attractively decorated with
a profusion of palms and white
flowers.
Mrs. Barca was educated In
the Canal Zone schools. Balboa
High School, the Canal Zone Ju-
nior College and at the Universi-
ty of Illinois. She Is a member of
Alpha Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi
sorority. Mr. Barca also attend-
ed Canal Zone schools and was
graduated last month from Rens-
selaer Polytechnic Institute at
Troy, New York where he affilia-
ted with Phi Kappa Tau frater-
nity.
The young couple have gone to
Costa Rica for a few days and
will return here to sail July 13
for New York where they plan to
reside.
Cocktail Party
at Balboa Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Dono-
van entertained a group of their
friends at a cocktail party last
evening at their residence on
Balboa Heights.
Visitors at
Fort Amador
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McKenzle.
former residents of Cable Heights
and now of Cristobal, were the
house gue8tsof Lt. Col. and Mrs.
M. A. Burset at Fort Amador this
week.
Misa Elkins Leaves
for El Paso
Miss Gladys Elkins of Pedro
Miguel left today by airplane for
El Paso. Texas and New Mexico,
where she will ipend a summer
vacation.
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Birthday Luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. Luther B. Sar-
Open House Tonight
at Elks Club
Elks and their guests are Invit-
ed to an open house tonight at 8
at the Balboa Elks Club. There
will be music for dancing and,
games during the evening.
Pen Women Meeting
Tuesday Evening
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Branch. Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women, will be held Tuesday ar
7:30 p.m. In the Little Gallery
at the Hotel Tlvoll.
Sorority to Meet
Tuesday Night
Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma
Phi sorority will meet Tuesday at
7:30 p.m. in the chapter house at
Curundu. Members unable to be
present are asked to notify Mrs.
Charlotte Cagley. 2-3419.
Mr. Cox Returns
to Boston
Danny Cox left recently for
Boston. Massachusetts, after a
visit with his wife's parents, Mr.
anil Mrs. D. E. Dickson. at Pedro
Miguel. Mrs. Cox and their
daughter will remain for a longer
visit with her parents before
Joining him In Boston.
Make Trip to
El Volcan
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. M. Mon-
santo of Diablo Heights have
spent the past several days on a
motor trip to El Volcan.
Tryonts Monday arft Tuesday
for Theater Guild Play
Tryouts will be held Monday
and Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the
Ancon Theater for "Goodbye,
My Fancy" which Is to be the next
production of the Theater Guild.
Mrs. Gene Simpson will direct
the play. Members and prospec-
tive members of the Guild are
urged to try out for the 20 roles
In this new production.
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WORLD OVER
CAA Transfers
Jack Meehan
To Washington
Jack Meehan, Aviation Safety
Advisor for the Civil Aeronautics
Administration and president of
the Theater Guild, has been
transferred to the Civil Aeronau-
tics headquarters In Washington,
D.C. Meehan, his wife and two
children, are leaving today.
During Meehan's stay here he
was active in the Air Force Re-
serve program. He held the rank
of major In the Air Force Re-
serves with the duty assignment
of Aircraft Maintenance Officer
at Alb rook Air Force Base.
His duties as an Aviation Safe-
ty Advisor here were the promo-
tion of United States aircraft
safety standards within the geo-
graphical area of the Balboa of-
fice. This Includes all countries
of Central America up to and
Including Guatemala City, south
to Luna and across to Trinidad.
Meehan Is deeply Interested In
dramatics. He has worked with
the Hampton Players of Long Is-
land. Ruby Reed's House of the
Theater In New York and the
American. Players In Shanghai.
China, his last post before com-
ing to the Zone.
Meehan was an organizer on
the local Theater Guild. He was
vice-president last year and pres-
ident this year. He played Dr.
Henry McGlll in the recent pro-
duction of "Two Blind Mice."
Bob Johnson as vice-president
will take over the duties of the
president when he returns from
leave in September. Until then,
Jimmy Roberts, will be acting
president.
The Theater Guild Board of
Governors had a small party
Thursday evening at the Shack
in Diablo for the Meehans at
which time they presented them
with mementoes of Panama a
tile-picture Panamanian fishing
scene and a bated made in the
El Valle section.
Poker Loser Pays
With Lead Nickels
In New Orleans
GRETNA, La., July 7 (UP)
Herbert Fink, 61, a Jefferson Pa-
rish gambler reported "on the
skids," lost $2,000 at poker today
and paid off, police said, with
bullets, shooting three men.
None of the three wounded
EJayers was seriously hurt, but
wo were hospitalized with shoul-
der wounds. The third man, who
wrested the gun from Fink's
hand, was shot in the hand.
Police said the shooting occur-
red at "Da Wabbit." a club In
Jefferson Parish, where wide-
open gambling was closed down
by Sheriff Frank Clancy after the
rtefauver Committee hearings:
The shooting occurred about 4
a.m., police said, after Fink, a
former owner of the lush Billion-
aire Club, a gambling casino, lost
$2,000 and was asked to pay up.
Witnesses said Fink left the
room, saying he would get the
money but returned in a few mi-
nutes and said. "I've got it for
you but I ain't going to give you
any money."
He then pulled a gun and be-
gan shooting, witnesses said.
Wounded were Curtis Thomas-
ale, 43; Frank Llcelardl, 37, and
Joseph Bruno, 34.
Bruno was shot in the hand
when he grabbed the gun and
then knocked lt from Fink's
hand. Fink was overpowered and
police booked him for assault.
Sheriff Clancy put the lid on
gambling In his "kingdom," as
the parish is called, after a re-
buke by the Senate Crime Com-
mittee for condoning gambling
in the parish .
Since the shutdown, police
said, Fink has lost considerable
money and now holds only a very
small interest In the Billionaire
Club.
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NAM Sales Tax Plan Sftikes
Bipartisan Senate Crossfire
WASHINGTON, July 7 (UP)
The Senate Finance Committee
gave a cold reception yesterday
to a Federal sales tax plan pro-
posed by the National Associa-
tion of Manufacturers.
The NAM plan calls for a "con-
sumption tax"ranging perhaps
as high as 19 per centon all
Items except food. It would be
collected at the manufacturing
level, and would take the place
of sharp Increases In personal
and corporation Income taxes
voted by the House.
Charles R. Sllgh, Jr., Holland,
Michigan, chairman of the NAM
taxation committee, outlined the
proposal to the Senators, who are
considering a House bill to In-
crease taxes by $7,200,000.000 a
year, and an Administration re-
quest for an even-steeper $10,-
700,000,000 a year boost.
Sllgh said the NAM favors
sharp cuts in "non-essential"
Federal spending, but agrees
with President Truman that
higher taxes are needed to fi-
nance essential defense spending
on a "pay-as-you-go" basis.
Sllgh said personal Income tax
Increases should be held to a
"moderate level" and that the
only change In corporation taxes
should be a cut In the excess pro-
fits levy.
Republican and Democratic
leaders of the committee prompt-
ly attacked the whole NAM plan.
Sen. Robert A. Taft, R., O., said
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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1S1
Red Sox Join In Three-Cornered A.L. Dogfight
Bostonians Whip Yankees
While White Sox Split
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 7 The American League pen-
nant race, which had been a "private war" between the
Yankees and White Sox, became a three-cornered fight
as the Red Sox came charging up.
By swatting the league leading
New York Yankees, 6-2, in Boston
last night, the Red Sox moved to
within one game of the top. The
Yankees, hbwever. kept their lead
by seven percentage points over
the Chicago White Sox who split
a twinblll with the St. Louis
Browns, losing the second game.
4-1, to New Garver's nine-hit
pitching after winning the first,
4-3.
The Yankees were leading, 2-1,
after four innings as four double-
plays wiped out Red Sox rallies.
But Dom DIMagglo hit a two-run
homer for the Bosox In the fifth
lor a lead the Red Sox never wave
p and in the next inning Clyde
.TOIlmer whacked a two-run tri-
"le to clinch matters.
Mel Parnell went the route
for the Red Sox although he
allowed nine hlU and five free
passes to get credit for his tenth
"win. Eddie Lopat, who hasn't
pitched a complete game in
Boston since 1949. was tagged
with his fourth loss against ele-
f*n v. ins.
The White Sox won the first
On The Alleys...
'BOWLING TOURNAMENT
The Balboa Recreation depart-
BJent announces a bowling tour-
nament for all those who have
jjfrtlclpated in the bowling pro-
gram this year, and any others
who would be eligible for recrea-
tion participation. The tourna-
ment will consist of the following
Vet ions:
"singles" tournament -
12 years old and under boys
and girls.
14 years old and underboys.
14 years old and undergirls.
18 years old and underboys.
18 years old and undergirls.
A "double*" tournament
14 years old and underboys.
14 years old and undergirls.
18 years old and underboys.
18 yeara old and undergirla.
A 'mixed doubles" tourna-
meft *.,
12 years old and under.
14 years old and under.
18 years old and under.
There will be a charge of 10
cents for each entry so that small
prizes maybe given. All entries
will be accepted at the bowling
alley from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on
Monday through Friday. July
9-13. The singles tournament will
start on Monday. July 16. with
the others following as soon as
the singles are over.
game from the Browns with a
three-run rally in the second in-
ning and Jim Busby's bases emp-
ty homer in the seventh. Cuban
Lou Aloma, a relief'pltcher. was
the winner despite Ken Wood's
homer for the Browns.
In the second game of the twi-
night twinbill it was the Browns
who had a three-run inning in
the sixth. For Oarver it was his
eleventh winhalf of the
Browns' total and it was the first
for the Browns under the new
ownership of Bill Veeck.
Bobby Feller, who pitched a no-
hitter in his last game against
the Detroit Tigers, started
against them again and won, 7-4.
But this time Feller was given
eighth inning relief by Lou Brls-
sle.
The Washington Senators, held
to four hits for seven frames by
Bobby Shantz, rallied for five
runs in the eighth inning to win,
6-3. Don Johnson was credited
with his fourth win.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
While the American League
race tightened up, the Brooklyn
Dodgers maintained their seven
and one-half game margin In the
National League by beating the
Phillies, 6-2, in Philadelphia last
night.
In other National League con-
tests, the New York Giants out-
slugged the Braves, 12-10, at the
Polo Grounds, the Cincinnati
Reds edged the Chicago Cubs,
4-2, at Chicago and the St. Louis
Cards nipped the Pirates, 3-2, in
a Pittsburgh arc-light game.
The' Dodgers pounced on
Russ Meyer, who held them to
one hit in his last game, and
knocked him out in the first
inning as Gil Hodges blasted
his 28th homer to lead a four-
run rally. Carl Erskine's five
and one-third innings of relief
filching clinched the Dodgers'
nurth straight victory.
The Giants came from behind
thrice to beat the Braves the last
time with four runs in the eighth
Inning. The Braves' Willard Mar-
shall. Roy Hartsfleld, Walker
Cooper and the Giants' Bobby
Thomson, Don Mueller, and Wes
Westrum^all homered.
Harry Perkouski was credited
with his third win for the Reds
although Frank Smith and Ken
Raff ensberger were both called to
quell a Cub rally in the ninth.
Little League
The Pacific Little League AI1-
ttars, C. Z. champions, will play
an inter-squad game under the
lights at Fort Kobbe at 7:39 to-
night.
Yesterday the Little Leaguers
played to a 3-3 tie at Fort Ama-
dor. .
NO PAMPERED JOCKS
Chicago (NEA). Part of
the starter's equipment at the
1893 American Derby was a bull
whipto be used on unruly
Jockeys.
Doris Hart Cops
Wimbledon Title
WIMBLEDON, July 7
Frail Doris Hart stroked her way
to the all-England singles Lawn
Tennis title today with a quick
6-1, 6-0, 6-0 victory over Shirley
Fry.
The match took 36 minutes as
Miss Hart raced through her jit-
tery opponent in near record time
and her first Wimbledon title on
her third final round attempt.
The last set took only 12 minutes.
The 26-year-old Miss Hart, who
is ranked second in the United
States, had entered the all-Eng-
land championship five times
previously. She was beaten in the
finals of the tournament in 1947
and 1948.
A crowd of more than 15,000
jammed every available vantage
point of the .center court ol the
stadium to watch the match.
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Stands Supi4KC
Faces In
The Majors
Dixie Walker Gets Suspended
For Rest Of So. Assn. Season
Major League News
Joe Coleman
Prank House
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet
New York...... 45 27 .625
Chicago........ 47 29 .611
Boston......... 45 29 .608
Cleveland...... 42. 31 .575
Detroit........ 33 36 .478
Washington..... 29 43 .403
Philadelphia .... 28 46 .379
St. Louis........ 23 50 .315
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
New York at Boston.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Philadeh**a at Washingt'n (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
New York............ 2
Boston.............. 8
(Night Game!
Cleveland............ 7
Detroit ............ 4
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 3
Washington.......... 6
First Game, Twilight)
Chicago 030 000 1004 7 0
St. Louts 010 000 020-^3 4 0
Holcombe (7-4, Aloma, Rot-
blatt and Niarhos; Starr U-4),
Mahoney and Lollar.
(Second Game, Night)
Chicago,............ k
St. Luul\.. .. .....
National Leaque
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn ...... 48 26 .649
New York...... 42 35 .545
St. Louis........ 39 33 .542
Cincinnati...... 35 38 .479
Philadelphia .... 35 39 .473
Boston......... 33 39 .458
Chicago........ 30 38 .441
Pittsburgh...... 29 43 .403
TODAYS GAMES
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis at Pittsburgh.
Boston at New York.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
Brooklyn............ 6
Philadelphia.......... 2
Cincinnati 000 002 1104 8 1
Chicago 000 010 0012 10 1
Perkowski (3-3), Smith. Raf-
fensberger and Howell; Mlnner
(4-7i and Edwards.
Boston 052 102 00010 10 0
New York 025 100 04x12 15 2
Spahn, Wilson (1-1), Chlpman
and Cooper; Hearn, Spencer, Get-
tel. Koslo (3-3) and Westrum,
Ivars.
A
THE NEW
Promoter Bill Veeck has wast-
ed no time getting the baseball
world to talk about his latest
baby, the St. Louis Browns.
He lists a few changes which
may or may not be made.
Veeck says Manager Zack Tay-
lor will remain with the Browns
for the time being anyway...
that Lou Boudreau may, wind up
as Brownie pilotbut that this
move la strictly in the thinking
stage.. .that outfielder Ted Sau-
cierwho refused to report to
the Browns may be lured back
with more money... that one of
his new partners Is the promoter
of the Harlem Globe Trotters-
Abe Saperstein... and finally,
that the Browns' penny-pinching
days are over.
Then, after taking a quick
breath, Veeck revealed he had
made his old pal-Hudle Schaffer
general manager of the Brownies.
A couple of side notes on fu-
ture Brownie fortunes.. .Joe Gor-
donnow player-manager of the
Sacramento Solons says he has
turned down an offer to manage
the Browns. Gordon says his two-
year contract at Sacramento pro-
vides him with all the security he
needs$22,500 per year plus at-
tendance bonuses.
Although Veeck says he might
try Boudreau as manager, he
doesn't seem to be trying very
hard. Boudreau now plays for the
Boston Red Sox and, under base-
ball law. Veeck must clear any
negotiations with Lou through
the Boston front office. General
Manager Joe Cronln of the Sox
says Veeck has failed to contact
him thus far.
The other Boston clubthe
Bravesalso has a negative an-
swer to another report. General
Manager Lou Perini says reports
that the Braves will be moved to
Milwaukee are false.
the pitcherslose their confi-
dence, I'll be afraid myself."
It looks like a one-time mem-
ber of the Dodgers may ride the
bench for the rest Of this season
and for 18 days of the 1952 cam-
paign. Manager Dixie Walker of
the Atlanta Crackers drew a 90-
day suspension from Southern
Association President Charles
Hurth as the result of a June 29
squabble In Mobile.
Hurth says his action against
Walker Is based on a report from
Umpire Paul Roy who said the
Atlanta team charged him en
masse over a disputed baseline
decision. Roy says Walker lost
"all sense of reasoning" and re-
fused to get his team to play ball.
The game was forfeited to Mo-
bile.
Atlanta fans are said to be
beating the tom-toms for the
ouster of league boss Hurth be-
cause of the tough ban on Dixie.
...Other sources hint Walker
may dump the whole affair in
the lap of Minor League Presi-
dent George Trautman.
One St. Louis Card pitcher has
tossed his troubles Into the lap of
a St. Louis doctor. Right-hand
rookie moundster Joe Presko has
been troubled with a sore arm
lately. The doctor believes Infect-
ed tonsils may be the answer.
He'll yank 'em today.
The word, "false" also is get-
ting a going-over In Chicago.
Manager Paul Richards of the
White Sox says any fears his
pitchers may have whipped up
about their ability are false fears.
Richards Singles out Lou Kret-
low as an example. Says Richards
"There's nothing wrong with Lou
that a little confidence wouldn't
Ctire.. Xoii has worlds of st
and h plenty fast." Richard!
discouraged about losing the lea-
gue lead to the Yankeessays
"confidence can mean the dif-
ference between a championship
and an also-ran team...If they
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ATLANTA, Ga., July 7 (UP)
Southern Association President
Charlie Hurth threw the book at
Manager Dixie Walker of the At-
lanta Crackers yesterday., .and
officials of the Atlanta club
bounced back with a burning at-
tack on the league president.
Hurth, in New Orleans, has or-
dered Walker suspended for 90
playing days. That covers the rest
of the 1951 season, and the first
18 days of the 1952 season.
The order is based on an argu-
ment during an Atlanta-Mobile
game at Mobile on June 29. Um-
pire Paul Roy ruled that Atlan-
ta's catcher had blocked a Little
Rock runner.
Walker and his players thought
Roy had given a safe sign, and
then changed it. They protested.
And when Walker failed to get
his men in playing position im-
mediately at the umpire's de-
mand, Roy forfeited the game.
Baseball rules provide a 90-day
suspension for the manager In
such cases.
In addition, Hurth ordered a
$100 fine for Walker, and a $300
fine for the Atlanta club. But
the decision is expected to be ap-
pealed to George Trautman, Com-
missioner of Minor League base-
ball.
Walker was stunned. But other
Cracker executives are boiling.
Executive VIce-President Robert
Troutman says Hurth has been
Solng too far.. He's been taking
he.position that his umpires can
never be wrong, and that man-
agers and club owners can never
be right In disputes.
' Atlanta pitching coach Whit-
low Wyatt was appointed acting
manager when Walker was tem-
porarily suspended on June 30.
And he'll continue In that post.
Britons Pin Hopes
On Hex For Turpin
To Beat Robinson
ABERGELE. Wales. July 7, (UP)
Take one part of hopping ran-
dom. mix well with one part of
popping phantom... and you've
got the formula for giving Sugar
his lumps...
At least the British hope so.
That's the recipe title-hungry
Britons are shipping up in an
effort to jjftjx the middleweight
crown aw^jnrom 8ugar Ray Ro-
binson via their own Randy Tur-
pin. Robinson and Turpin fight
Tuesday night In London.
A sell-out crowd is in the
works... Some 18,000 persons are
expected to pay their wav In. But
one fight fan won't shell out a
cent to view the proceedings
she's expected to flit right
through the gate and slap the
hex on Robinson during the bout.
The hex-maker is the ghost of
the White Lady of Grwych
(Grooch. And the word is out
that she's been sighted on the
ramparts of the castle where
challenger Randv Turpin is work-
ing out According to tradition,
the White Lady is supposed to
bring good fortune when she ap-
pears.
The last time the White Lady
popped up was during heavy-
weight Bruce Woodcock's train-
ing at Grwych Castle. Result
Woodcock beat American Lee 8a-
vold when Lee tapped him below
the belt.
Whether Turpin can do it has
aroused so much British hysteria
that Promoter Jack Solomons llt-
trally is fearing for his life.
Solomons has told Scotland
Yard that his life had been
threatened by people demanding
seats for the fight.
This sounds like pre-flght bal-
lyhoo except that the fight has
been soldout almost from the day
tickets went on sale.
English boxing fans criticize
Solomons for holding the fight
Indoors at Earls Court Arena.
They argue It should have been
staged in one of the big football
parks
Had that been done. It's quite
possible Robinson and Turpin
would have drawn the first mil-
lion-dollar gate of the television
age.
Yesterday, Sugar Ray gave the
Britishers a look at his form and
It drew cries of "Jolly good show"
from spectators. Robinson ran
through a tap dance version of
rope skipping and battered a
sparring mate. Don Ellis, with
short hooks to the heart. Once
Ellis stumbled and Robinson
apologized for hitting so hard.
Bob Feller Seeks
Change In Ruling
On Winter Loops
ST. LOUIS, July 7 (UP)Bob
Feller, player representative of
the Cleveland Indiana, called
for a change in the major lea-
f:ue ruling which permits Lat-
n American ball players to play
In the winter leagues but bars
other major leaguers.
He said he and the represen-
tatives from other teams will
bring up a discussion of the
rule at a meeting In Detroit
Monday, Re said it la "grossly
unfair'' to allow Latins to play
while major leaguers of United.
States citisenship are "refused
this privilege."
He stated that everybody In
the majors should be allowed to
play, "of none of them should."
by
JOE WILLIAMS
When a prise fight Is stopped there ought to be no confusion
as to the round. There was considerable the other night when Jako
LaMotta decided he had a surfeit of Bob (Spuds) Murphy's rib
cracking:. This at the end of round seven.
Acting on official precedent the ring announcer Informed the
match should be recorded as having terminated In round eight. Two
hours later, Eddie Eagan, chairman of the Boxing Commission, con-
tacted at his home by boxing writers, said, no, that was a mistake,
it should be round seven.
There wouldn't have been any confusion in the first place
and this is something more than an academic matter because of the
urgency of ringside reportingif Eagan had foresightedly made
clear what action such circumstances would call for.
Eagan has been the salaried chairman of the commission sine
1946. It is astonishing that he hasneglected to draw up a regula-
tion covering this point. There Is nothing new or even rare about
it. Yet every time It comes up there Is confusion. Eagan has been
more than delinquent. His self-contradictions have embarrassed
and handicapped his subordinates.
In almost Identical circumstances last fall when Willie Pep was
unable to come out for round eight m his match with Sandy Sadd-
ler and the announcer proclaimed It a seven-round finish. Eagan
overruled him and it went into the books as an eight-round TKO.
Isn't It time the gentleman made ud his mind?
Just Plain Common Sense
Back In the days before we had salaried chairmen, or commis-
sloners of any kind, and the ring was free of political free loaders,
there was no confusion about these things. Any time a fighter
couldn't come out for.the next round it was declared he had been
stopped In the previous round.
It always seemed to me that was the common-sense view. How
can a fighter be stopped in a round In which he has not appeared?
It is sophistry to argue that because LaMotta wasn't actually stop-
ped In the seventh he therefore should be credited with having
reached the eighth? Because o the punishment he had taken in
the seventh.
Aside from the fact that It has been demonstrated Eagan does
not know which way to turn In a situation of this sort. I Imagine
one reason he has been so long In getting around to formulating a
rule Is that he might be accused of encouraging gambling on fights.
Quite a few people do bet on the round, you know.
This Is a Ma Grundy attitude which should not concern Eagan
In the least. He is not being paid to regulate our morals. He has
enough to do to regulate boxing, and off his record I cfannot say
that he has done an outstanding job of it. either. Besides, how is
gambling discouraged by designating one round over another? Ev-
erybody doesn't bet on the same round.
At that. Eagan's do-nothing policy Is less ridiculous than that,
of the National Boxing Assn. which prescribes that In the event
a fighter is unable to answer the bell he shall be formally counted;
out in his corner. To make it ultra, ultra official the bell for the;
succeeding round shall be rung. How technical can you get? or.
how silly? ,
This Is a Dangerous Setup
The LaMotta fight was not stopped by the referee. It was de-
clared over by Dr. Vincent Nardiello. representing the commission
at the ringside. It was a sensible decision. LaMotta was well
beaten. And he had admitted to the doctor he didn't care tor any
more of Murphy. To put It bluntly, he had quit In his corner.
Nevertheless, I agree with Harry Grayson, a member of ouf i
journalistic family, that It Is unwise to place so much authority in'
the hands of one man. even in Dr. Nardiello. who is as experienced
in ring matters as he Is in medicine, and a most honorable gentle-
man to boot.
Under existing customs the referee, who should be In complete'
charge of the ring. Is, as Mr. Grayson says, reduoed to the status of'
nonentity. There should be a consultation between the doctor and'
the referee before a fight is stopped. No comptent rferee Is going!
to expose a fighter to needless danger. And there are some doctors
who are inclined to forget that prize fighting la a rugged business
and that a black eye or cut lip doesn't necessarily call for hospl-
*As1onR as Jon have the like of Dr. NardleWfffround the gam,
Is In good hands. But I know of at least one heavyweight cham-,
plonship where the fix was In. The referee hadn't been reached,!
neither had the judges. The commission doctor was to intervene and
rule that the fighter whom the mob was betting against had de-
llvered a crippling foul. Just one man the commission doctor j
could have determined the result of that fight and the payoff of
an Immense sum of money. As it happened his sordid services,
weren't needed.
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CLUB all of whom have been eliminated from
the current JUVENIA W#tch Tournament!
We know how much the girls wanted to collect a
couple of those beautiful timepieces BUT, cheer
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is. rASANA AMERICAN AM INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPER
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LADIES' DAT Two of the 17 "second echelon" Communist
leaders, Elizabeth Gorley Flynn (left) and Betty Gannett,
arrlre at Federal Court In New York where the entire croup
pleaded not ruilty. They were charted with conspiring to
to teach and advocate the forceful overthrow of the U. 8.
fovernment.
6 Drown Screaming
In Mississippi Tug
NEW ORLEANS, Jury 7 (UP)-The tanker Morris Hess crash-
ed head-on into a tur in the Mississippi River yesterday and six
men presumably were drowned, trapped In the hall of the sunk-
en tat?.
An eyewitness said, "We heard them knocking, hollering, and
screaming inside."
The tug was the Dan Quinn, out of Memphis, Tenn. Four
crew members. Including tile 40-year-old woman cook, were
dumped into the swift-flowing river and were saved.
Witnesses said six other crew members, working in the steel
hull of the tugboat when the crash occurred, were trapped and
died hammering frantically against the metal.
The tug, which turned turtle
when the big ship hit it, sank in
30 feet of water while rescuers
were trying to cut an escape hole
through the thick; steel plate.
The collision, the third on the
Mississippi River In the New Or-
leans area within the last seven
months, occurred near the Huey
P. Long bridge.
River folk living in shacks on
the levers on both sides of the
river and state policemen C. R.
Delaney and Merlin Fayard,
standing on the bridge, witnessed
the crash.
Delaney and another man, Jes-
se Hoover, aboard one of the res-
cue boats, watched as tugboat
crewmen cut a hole into the bot-
tom of the overturned Dan
Quinn.
As soon as the hole was cut
water flooded the hull In which
the men apparently were trap-
ped, and the tug began sinking.
The rescuers scrambled off as It
sank.
The tanker put off a lifeboat
Immediately to give aid and then
Eroceeded to nearby Destrehan,
a., to give rescuers more room
In which to work at the crash
scene.
State police summoned the
harbor police boat Deluge and
the tugs Muskegon and Leo put
lines on the overturned and sink-
ing tug and crew members went
to work on the hull.
Mrs. Edwards and Glasscock
were standing In the tug's stern
when the Die ship hit. They were
tossed Into the water and scram-
bled back on the overturned tug.
The other two crew members
warn to shore.
Officials said It would be two
days before efforts could be made
to raise the Dan Quinn and re-
cover the bodies of the missing
crew members.
Carl A. Posey
Named Ecuadorian
Aviation Consultant
WASHINGTON, July 7 (USIS)
The United States is sending
three aviation consultants to
Ecuador and Venezuela under
the Point Four Program. The
Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tion announced today that Carl
A. Posey, an airport engineer,
and Raymond M. Dudley, a com-
munications engineer, have been
assigned to cooperate with the
Ecuadorian Government.
Posey will head the U. S.
Aviation Mission there. Royce O.
Junze, Air Carrier Safety Agent,
will head the Civil Aviation Mis-
sion in Venezuela. All three have
served In Latin America as U. S.
Aviation Advisers.
The Civil Aeronautics Admin-
istration now has missions in
Panam. Bolivia. Colombia, and
Greece as well as Ecuador and
Venezuela.
(Posey formerly was chief
Inspector at Tocumen Airport
for the Panamanian Govern-
ment.)
Mayor Of Moscow
Attends Paris
Gty Celebration
PARIS, July 7 (UP) The
mayor of Moscow came out
from behind the Iron Curtain
to attend, alone with 100 ma-
yors from other countries, the
2000th anniversary of Paris' es-
tablishment as a city.
Mayor A. Yasnov was given
the freedom of Paris and of-
fered a limousine, a hotel room
and a pretty society girl to show
him around.
He accepted the freedom of
the city, but announced that
he would stay at the Soviet
Embassy and turned down the
car, the room and the girl.
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Pontioc 49, rodio. Phone
3-2507 Morgarito 8187-B.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford convertible
(lime Green) 14.000. In excellent
condition, first $1,650 takes it.
Leaving tor States. Albrook. House
109-A. Phone Albrook 2130.
FOR SALE.'41 Pontioc Coupe. Tel.
Bolboo 6338. Miss Schuldt.
i FOR SALE: Buick 41 Special, 2
door. Very good tires, runs like o
. sewing machine. 551-B. Cumndu
Hgts. Coll 83-3118.
RNt' SAL: 1942 Chevrolet 1-2
*). a-iek-up. excellent condition
rttoiie 0954. Amador Rood.
7~H
/Oft: SALE:1949 Ford Custom Se-
dan, maroon, WSW, radio, heot-
I t'\ extros. 10.000 miles. Coll
Clayton, 27-5291 3217.
-FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury Coupe
with rodio, good condition. Call
304-J. Colon.
~FOJL SALE:1936 Chrysler 4 Door
Sedan, good condition, $100.00.
U Boca rood, 902 Apt. C. Tel. 2-
3B42._____________________
FOR- SALE:Packord 1948 convert-
ible. New fires, excellent condi-
| tion. $1.400. Coll 2-1035 or 2-
# -----------------------------------------------------
FOR SALE:Buick Special De Luxe
1950, six months use. 5.000 miles.
many extras. Call Ft. Gulick 88-
220.
FOR SALE
Household
FO RSALE:*Leaving Isthmus. Sim-
mons metal set. twin beds, maho-
gany bedroom set, mahogany din-
mgroom set, wicker set, 3-pc. up-
holstered set, Philco Or RCA ra-
dios miscellaneous. Single chairs,
kitchen utensils, plants, G. E.
washing machine, 25 cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator, 7 ft. House
No. I, next to St. Mory's Acade-
my.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do ye tteve aVinkma arealem?
Write Alcoholici Awyea
o 2031 Arm. C. Z.
FOR SALE:Bargain, livingroom set,
diningroom set, bedroom set, per-
fect condition. No. 19, 46th St.,
apartment 1.
FOR SALERotten bor with 4 stools.
4 piece Rattan L. R. set, 2 gross
rugs Guatemala L. R. set. bleach-
ed mohogany end table and coffee
table. Albrook. House 109-A.
Phone 2130.
FOR SALE:Knee hole desk, 5' x
30"; 4 dining and 4 kitchen chairs;
wooden dresser; ironing board and
basket; 25 cycle motor; Misc.
items, reasonable prices, 0592-D,
Mindi Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE:Colonial style dining-
room set and other household ar-
ticles. Reasonably priced, apart-
ment 6, La Joya Building. Jer-
nimo de la Ossa Street No. 25.
A
2fOR SALE:Buick49 Super. 2 Door
sedan, Dynoflow, radio, new tires,
undercoated. etc. Excellent condi-
tion. Phone 4-474, house 128, Pe-
dro Miguel.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
I Responsible American couple desire
modern furnished house or duplex
in residential section on Atlantic
We. Coco Solo, 344.
: Help Wanted
1 "
WANTED:Cook, including house-
keeping for i odults References
required. Call (Balboa' 2-1506 or
apply at house 0955 Rilboo Ireor
street ot end of Amador Road )
Good solory.
WANTED -Maid with good refer-
ences, house work, care for chil-
> dren. 1433 Carr Street, Apt. "B"
Balboa.
VVANTED:Good cook, must wash,
iron, for two. good salary. 52nd
Street. House 18, apartment 10.
apply Saturday ond Sunday 3-6
p. m.
Wanted Position
* POSITION WANTED: Reliable
Maid needs position. July 16th.
With adult family. Excellent loun-
dress and housekeeping. Can do
' plain cooking. Coll 2-3577 af-
ter 5:0O p. m.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern, cleon, self-
service grocery store. 5 rm. living
quarters. On mom thoroughfare
In Bitteroot Valley. Hot-Springs,
tithing, hunting, mild climate.
4 write A. J. Ingersoll, Hamil-
' ton, Montana.
M0NTEZUMA
Delicious...
r for Kuffl & Coke!
FOR SALE:Rattan vanity and night
table. Almos; new. Good prick. Call
3-2336. Ramiro Sosa.
FOR SALE: Livingroom suite con-
sisting of gray brocaded Damask,
2-seated divan, Turquoise topes-
try platform rocker, Rose Faille
wing-bock choir, mohogany oblong
coffee table with gloss top, oil
newly upholstered. House 338-B,
Margarita Street, 7th. New Cris-
tobal.
FOR SALE:Rotton furniture, stu-
dio couch, lamps, aluminum Ve-
netian blinds to fit 3 bedroom
cottoge including porch, youth
bed. couch, poker table, rugs,
mirrors, kitchen set, Frigidoire.
door chimes, electric clocks, Gar-
den Swing, Picnic table and chairs,
washing machine, old tires and
tubes 7:60 x 15, 2-wheel 3-4
ton trailer, Photographer's troy,
trom table, children's wheel toys,
3 wheel bike, ond other miscallo-
neous tern's. Come see what I've
got! Phone 4-474, house 128,
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:One baby corrioge, $10.
00 in good condition. 1 Teeters
baby $4.00. Excellent condition,
1 bathinette $10.00, I crib mot-
tress. $7.00. Excellent condition.
I Mercury four door 1940. $375.
00. 1 oquoriurn, *40 gal ond
stond $20.00. Phone 2-3569.
House 5453, Diablo. Coll offer 4
4 p. m.
RESORTS
Gramlich'i Santa Clora beach-
cottages. Electric lea boxes, gat
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Willloms Santa Claro Beach Cottoget.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Ciar.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Crlstobol 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR SALE:21 Ft. Coyuco with 8
horse outboard, procticolly new,
fully equipped and licensed in
Conol Zone. 6 ft. 4 thread linen
casting net, new. olso high choir
with plostic troy. Call 3-2408 or
house 1701-B Old Cristobal.
FOR SALE: "Lester" Betsy Ross
Spinet piano. good condition.
House 8045, Apt. 1, 9th Street.
New Cristobal, Colon.
FOR SALE:Miniature Speed Gra-
phic 2 1-4 by 3 1-4 sunshade
filters, kalort range finder, flosh
gun. Deur enlarger 2 1-2 by 3
1-4 with lens. Sel1 both for $220.
Supreme Andolyzer 25 or 60 cycle
$75. Supreme Audio ond radio
frequency oscillator 25 or 60 cycle
$75. Cristobsl 3-1932.
FOR RENT:Furnished oportments
on 4tb July Ave. Large living-
room, bedroom, kitchen, bathrooms,
outside balconies, large wardrobe,
all screened and all tile floors,
$60.00. Hopkins aportmentments,
63, 4th of July Ave. Phone Bal-
boa 2-2966. I
FOR RENT
Apartment.
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR SALE 6 weeks old puppies,
good breed. 9th Street "Barriada
Ponoma Amrica," Parque Lefevre,
Vilar family.
FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:1949 Cushmon motor-
scooter, model 62, excellent con-
dition. Must sacrifice, $150.00
Phone 3-2643.
LESSONS
College boy will tutor gradeschool or
hignschool Math. Call 2-1334
between 5:00 10:00ip. m.
I Coaching for. advanced piano stud-
ents. Clgjsics. pOfular. Funda-
mentals for beginners streomlined.
Bennett's Piano Studio. Juon B.
Soso No. 9. Phone 2-1282.
Position Offered
WANTED:Retired couple to serve
as caretakers and solesmen at Co-
ronado Beacrj. Chance to own
home. Commission and small sa-
lary. For information Kline Bol-
boo 2819 evenings or apply at
Coronado Beach only 49 miles
away, weekends.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:21 Ft. Soil Boot, com-
plete with oil equipment, powered
with Gray Morine Engine. Call
Panama 3-2977 offer 7:00. Price
reasonable.
FOR SALE:3 H. P. 25 cycle motor
$45.00; 7.5 H. P. 60 cycle motor
$50.00. 1445-A, Balboo, 2-3630.
FOR SALE: Evinrude 3.3 H. P.
outboard motor with stand. Good
condition, $50. For details coll
Balboo 2-2590.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Stolen or Strayed: Large dark
German police dog. Wearing neck
chain. Has wound right fdrepow.
Reward offered. Call Panama 3-
2579.
LOST:Strayed in Bolboa Thursday
morning small black dog, white on
neck, terrier mixture, smooth hair.
Reword offered. Call 2-3681.
$500 REWARD. June 28th left
a Silver ring ond bracelet in Room
201, Balboa Junior College.
Finder, please contact Mrs. O'-
Toole. 2-1561 or 2-3509. No
questions asked.
Speed Limit Set
On Empire Street
After 2 Accidents
A speed limit of 15 miles an
hour has been placed temoorari-
ly on Empire Street in Balboa, it
was announced Friday at Balboa
Heights.
Empire Street Is at present be-
ing used as a main thoroughfare
to detour around that section of
Amador Road where work is un-
der way on a large sewer.
Two children have been injur-
ed slightly within the past few
weeks when they ran into Em-
pire Street, according to Canal
Zone police. The speed limit has
been put into effect to prevent
additional and possibly more se-
rious accidents.
A sign announcing the tempo-
rary speed limit has been erected
on Empire Street. A stop sign has
also been placed on Amador Road
at the Empire Street Intersec-
tion
Canal Company's
Transfer Bulletin
Lists 92 Vacancies
There are 92 positions vacant
in the Panama Canal Company
to which qualified eligible em-
ployes may transfer, according to
the latest transfer-vacancy bul-
letin from the Personnel Bureau.
*> There are 33 vacant classified
and related positions and 59 are
in the craft group.
The classified and related
group includes: clerk, supply
clerk, clerk-typist, clerk-steno-
grapher, electrical designer ci-
vil engineer idesitm), mechani-
cal engineer, estimator, budget
examiner, fireman, optical tech-
nician, policeman, postal clerk
and storekeeper.
The craft positions are: boiler-
maker, cablespllcer, wood and
steel carman, carpenter foreman
or temporary leader, yard and
road conductor, battery and ig-
nition electrician, floating crane
steam engineer, construction and
maintenance foreman with con-
crete experience, stevedore fore-
man, machinist, laundry main-
tenance mechanic, construction
equipment operator, lock opera-
tor, (cablespllcer unqualified: re-
frigerator machinist, unqualified
wlreman. qualified and unquali-
fied; steam locomotive, unquali-
fied, qualified), body repairman
painter, pipe-fitter, plumber,
shlpfitter. electric welder and
wireman.
FOR RENT:Small furnished oport-
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, Vi Espaa
106 across police booth.
BARGAIN for four months Spa-
cious, well situated house in Bella
Visto, three bedrooms, hot woter,
linen, China, etc., fully funished,
good garden. For further informa-
tion call Panama 2-2766 in busi-
ness hours.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
I and 2 bedrooms. Mo. 2, 47th St
very cool. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:Arcos Salon, for dances
and parties. Call Tel. 2-25224
Panama.
6 Civilian Jobs
Open At Albrook
Six opportunities for civilian
employment are now open at Al-
brook Air Force Base, according
to a recent announcement from
the Civilian Personnel Office.
The position vacancies are:
Civil Engineer. OS-11; Budget
Officer, 08-10; Clerk-Stenogra-
pher, GS-4; Electroplater. Gr.13;
Steam Cleaner, Or.5 and Radio
and Electronic Equipment Re-
pairer and Installer. WB-17.
Application may be made on
Standard from 57 and further
information may be obtained by
calling at the Civilian Personnel
Office. Albrook Air Force Base.
11 Die As USAF Tanker
Crashes In Scotland
CARSPHAIRN, Scotland. Julyj
7 (UP) A United States Air
Force Superfort aerial tanker |
spun into sheep-country hills |
near this village today.
The crashed plane bumed. All
eleven of the crew perished.
The tanker, based at Laken-
heath. Suffolk, was on s regular
training flight
Red China To Bar
American Buying
Of Tibetan Wool
KALIMPONO. July 7. (UP)
With the Chinese Communist
take-over of the Roof of the
World. Tibet, an important wool
source has been lost to the United
States, It is feared.
The United States market Is
just about closed for Tibetan wool
In the future because Pelplng un-
doubtedly will Insist that the
bulk be supplied to Red China.
The entire clip of the current
season, however, has reached this
Ind o- Tibetan frontier town,
clearing statio nfor Tibetan pro-
duce, and about 80 per cent al-
ready has been sold. There is no
ban on the export of the remain-
der but the market has hit vir-
tual stagnancy.
The United States, long the big-
gest buyer of Tibetan wool, last
yeor offered the peak price of 50/
52 cents per pound for raw white
wool known to the trade as "car-
pet wool."
More than 280,000,000 pounds
of wool reaches Kalimpong an-
nually by mule caravan. The
United States in recent years has
been the biggest buyer.
Up to the time of the Commun-
ist Chinese Invasion of Tibet. Ka-
limpong handled 40 per cent of
Tibet's total wool export.
The price of Tibetan wool. 11
rupees per maund (28 pounds) in
1911. rose to 65 rupees per maund
in 1938 and. at this writing. Is at
the record high of around 180
rupees per maund here i about
$37.80.
Tibet, mysterious land of the
Lamas, is dependent mainly on
the export of wool for its econo-
mic stability. Hitherto. Tibetan
*'ool reached India, from where it
was exported, through Leh
(Kashmir) and Kalimpong. The
bulk of it passed through Kalim-
pong.
Sturdy Tibetan shepherds
known as Dokpas care for their
flocks. The chief grazing centers
are situated In eastern Tibet.
Shearing, carried out annually
in July-August, is done indiffer-
ently and twisted strands of wool
which reach Kalimpong have to
be cleaned, handpicked and
sorted into grades. The wool is al-
so pressed and packed into bales,
each weighing 280 lbs., for export.
INVADING WESTERNER
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A mountain lion was sighted by
a West Virginia fisherman.
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meeting on Monday. July 9, at
the residence of Mr. Louis Undo,
-tartlng at 7:3* p.m.
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9:30London Studio Concerts
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10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
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COMMANDER R. W. CARTER. USN. above, is the new com-
manding officer of the Naval Supply Facility. Rodman. A
graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, class of 1938, Com*
jnander Carter comes to the Canal Zone from the Field Sys-
tems and Control Branch of the Office of the Comptroller of
the Navy. He Is accompanied by his wife and three children,
Bobby, 10, Ellie, 9, and Nonny. 3.
From March, 1941, until 1945, Commander Carter had sea
duty in the Pacific. After a course in Industrial accounting
at Harvard University, he served as fiscal officer of the San
Diego Naval Air Station until 1948. He then attended the
Armed Forces Industrial College in Washington. D.C.. and the
Air Forcea Comptroller's School, Selma. Ala. In 1949 he waa
director of Accounting Administration at the Bureau of Sup-
plies and Accounts.
Floridas Gov. Warren Seeks
Help In Repelling Probers
New Port Captain
For Cristbal Is
Cap. W. S. Parsons
Captain William S. Parsons,
U.S.N., will replace Captain Rob-
ert S. Fahle aa Port Captain at
Cristobal and will arrive Monday
on the S.S. Cnlrlqui from New
Orleans.
Captain Fahle will go to Seat-
tle as District Intelligence Offi-
cer for the 13th Naval District
after a short period of temporary
duty In the office of the Chief of
Naval Operations in Washington.
The new Port Captain has serv-
ed as Director of Naval Reserves
and Director of Training for the
Eighth Naval District In New Or-
leans since March 1049.
Captain Parsons was graduat-
ed from the Naval Academy In
1928 and, snent about five years
In submarines. He took post grad-
uate courses in radio engineering
at the Naval Academy and the
University of California and serv-
ed as radio communications of-
ficer on the staff of a cruiser di-
vision scouting force and in the
Radio Division of the Bureau of
Ships.
During World War II, he was
in command of a division of aux-
iliary high speed transporte and
served in the Bureau of Naval
Personnel. He was in command
of the USS Mercury before his
assignment to the Eighth Naval
District in New Orleans.
Balboa YMCA Dance
To Feature Panama
Dancers Tomorrow
Military personnel of the area
and Junior Hostesses will have
a Post Holiday celebration next
a Post Holiday celebration
this evening at the "Fire
Y^i.C.A. Decoration and en-
tertainment will be in keeping
with the Independence Day
theme. Dancing will be from 8
to 11 p. m. with music bv the
Orchestra of the 71st Army
Band.
During the Intermission re-
freshment period, special Span-
ish dances will be demonstrated
by a dance group from Panama.
Senior Hostesses will preside at
the refreshment table.
An invitation Is extended to
wives of Service men to accom-
pany their husbands to the
dance. A special guest pass may
be secured bv contacting Mrs.
Abble de linares, program di-
rector of the local Y.M.C.A
These semi-monthly dances are
a part of the program ot the
Y.M.C.A which is one ot the
service agencies receiving sup-
port from the Canal Zone Com-
munity Chest. There is no charge
for these dances, which are
open to all military personneL
TALLAHASSEE. Fla., July 7
(UP)Gov. Fuller Warren of
Florida appealed to South Caro-
lina's Oov. James F. Byrnes In
the name of States' Rights yes-
terday to help him fend off an
"assault" by the U. S. Senate
Crime Investigating Committee.
Warren declared In a letter to
the former Secretary of State
that when he was subpoenaed
last week to testify before the
committee in Washington, "the
sovereignty of Florida waa as-
saulted by a U. S. Senate commit-
tee attempting to take personal
Jurisdiction over Its governor.
"Your aid Is requested," wrote
Warren.
In a pleasant, reminiscing
mood, Warren reminded Byrnes
that when South Carolina seced-
ed from the Federal union in 1860
because of "abuses to its sover-
eignty," Florida joined its sister
southern state in secession.
Warren was subpoenaed by
Maryland Sen. Herbert O'Conor's
Crime Committee after the gov-
ernor had turned down three In-
vitations to testify on the com-
mittee's charge that he allowed
the power of his office to be used
by Capone gangsters In their in-
vasion of Miami Beach gambling
circle*.
Warren vigorously refused to
honor the Senate subpoena on
grounds that it is a blow to "state
sovereignty." The committee is
still undecided about what to do
in the face of Warren's refusal
to appear in Washington.
1
Gen. Groves Feeis
He's Not To Blame
For Atomic Leaks
NORWALK, Conn.. July 7\
(UP)Gen. Leslie R. Groves,
wartime head of the Manhattan
Project, said today that he
should not be blamed for World
War II leaks of atomic secrets
to the Russians.
Groves replied to charges by
Sen. Brlen McMahon, D.. Conn,
that Groves was responsible for
thefts by British scientist Dr.
Karl Fuchs and other Soviet
agents.
"To me It appears that Sen-
ator McMahon takes the posi-
tion that everything that .went
well with the development and
production of the atomic bomb
waa the responsibility of some-
one else and the very few things
that went wrong were mv sole
responsibility." Groves said.
C. R. Vosburgh
Speaks Tomorrow
At Balboa Church
During the absence on vaca-
tion leave of its regular pastor,
The Balboa Union Church pulpit
is being filled by guest speakers.
On Sunday morning, July 8th,
at 10:30 a.m. the guest speaker
will be C. R. Vosburgh, an ins-
tructor in the Canal Zone
Schools.
Vosburgh's talk will be espe-
cially Interesting to the young
people, the subject being "Is El-
dorado in the Tropics?"
South Carolina's
Byrnes Offers
Encouragement
COLUMBIA, 6.C., July 7 (UP>
Gov. James F. Byrnes said he>
"feels confident" that the United,
States Senate will not approve an
effort to force Gov. Fuller War-
ren of Florida to come to Wash-
ington to testify before the Crime)
Investigating Committee.
In answering a letter from
Warren calling on South Caro-
lina to help Warren in his "state'
rights" fight with the commit-
tee, Byrnes said he knows noth-
ing about Warren's acts that
would urge "this unusual action."
He said he believes the com-
mittee action in issuing a sub-
poena to the Florida governor is
due to "over-zealous" counsel.
And the committee will "make no
attempt" to make Warreij-testify.
"If a Congressional committee
could force you tejo to matifiiK-
ton for one day, the committee
could force you to remain Indef-
initely and thus effectively de-
8rive Florida of a chief execu-
ve," Byrnes said.
The South Carolina governor
said the chief executive* o States
should cooperate with the fed-
eral government, but at the same
time, the federal government
should "show respect" for the so-
vereignty of the states.
"I do not know how I can help
you," Byrnes told Wrren. But
he said he would send a copy of.
his letter to Olin D. Johnston and
Burnett R. Maybank, the two1
South Carolina senators.
"They will not approve a courso
of action that threatens the exis-
tence of our form of govern-
ment," Byrnes said.
Colored Groups
To Honor Governor
For Stamp Tribute
Governor Francis K. Newcomei
will be honored by the colored
communities of the Canal Zona
and Panam at a public tributa
to those.responsible for the lssut
by the United States government
of a postage stamp commemorat-
ing the contribution of West In-
dian labor to the building of th
Panama Canal.
The testimonial ceremony la
slated to take place at Mount
Hope Stadium on Wednesdav,
August 15, the day on which tho
stamp goes on sale at Canal Zona
post offices, and the 37th anni-
versary of the opening of the ca-
nal.
Tribute will also be paid to I
George W. Westerman. Associate
Editor of The Panam Tribune,
who conceived the idea that th
Issue of a postage stamp would
be an admirable way of giving
public recognition before all the
world of the integral association
of West Indians with the reali-
zation of the world's greatest
waterway.
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FAREWELL PARTY FOR MR. AND MRS. DARLING
Colonel and Mrs. James W. Bumpelly and Major M;
Byron Kinr were joint hosts for an elaborate cocktail party
?!. at the Kinr's residence at Fort Click last evening.to
honor Mr. and Mrs. Dashwood Darlinf who are leaving this
month to realde in San Francisco.
Buffet tables were arranged on
the main floor and (round floor
ui the residence. A red and white
floral centerpiece with white ta-
pers was used on the table In the
residence and a profusion of pink
and white flowers centered the
other table.
The Ruests included: Lt. Gen.
ancTMrs. W. H. H. Morris. Briga-
dier General and Mrs. Francis A.
March. Colonel and Mrs. James
E. Bowen. Jr.. Cadet James E.
Bowen. Jr., Colonel and Mrs. Ro-
bert McBride. Captain and Mrs.
L. L. Koepke. Mayor and Mrs.
Jose D. Bazan, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank L. Scott.'Mr. Frank W.
Scott Mr. Daulton Mann, Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Adams. Mr.
and Mrs. Anthony Raymond. Dr.
and Mrs- Wayne Glider. Mr.
James Glider, Miss Nancy Gli-
der, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ta-
garopulos. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hunnlcutt. Col. and Mrs. L. V.
Hunnlcutt. Mrs. Ray Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Whlt-
aker. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mot-
ta, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Breece. Mr. and Mrs. Marcelle
Gringolre. Mr. and Mrs. Hum-
berto Lelgnadier. Mr. and Mrs.
Julio Salas. Mrs. John Fisher,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlas perrett,
Miss Thelma Godwin, Captain
and Mrs. Floyd W. Forrest. Cap-
tain and Mrs. S. L. Brown, Cap-
tain and Mrs. John Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Qulnn. Mr.
and Mrs. Gunther Hlrschfeld,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Toledano,
Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Lee. Mr.
and Mrs. Rafael de Boyrle, Mr.
and Mrs. Fritz Humphrey. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Canavaggio. Mr.
Silvio Salazar. Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. MacVlttie. Mrs. Virginia
Christian. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ziemetz. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sa-
carus. Mr. John Hedges. Mr. and
Mrs, James Dorow. Dr. and Mrs.
Paul H. Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. S.
L. Puller. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
White. Mrs. Brlttaln MacLane,
Mrs. J. E. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs.
MONTEZUMA
is tops !
P, J. Van Dam. Captain and Mrs.
Robert Fahle. Colonel and Mrs.
John W. Bowen. Colonel and
Mrs. David Schorr, Colonel and
Mrs. John D. Wallace, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Paul Deems, Lt. Col.
and Mrs. Wllford B. Newman.
Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Myron
Smith, Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Lee
Montgomery. Lt. Colonel Robert
Humphries. Lt. Colonel and Mrs.
Maurice Webb. Lt. Colonel and
-Mrs. Robert Stump. Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. Gordon Patton, Major
and Mrs. H. W. Hankie. Major
and Mrs. Hollis Preiss, Major and
Mrs. Roy Hayden, Major and
Mrs. Jolin McCarthy, Major and
Mrs. Fred Steiner. Major and
Mrs. Joseph Katallnas. Major
Weldon Lalsh, Captain and Mrs.
Pascal Adamo, Commander Will-
iam Meagher, Mrs. Joseph Mea-
Rher. Captain and Mrs. Raymond
Patricio, Captain and Mrs. Har-
ry Gardner, Captain and Mrs.
Vincent Oberg. Captain and Mrs.
Gay Doerr. Captain and Mrs. J
se Torres, Captain and Mrs. Jose
Nieves. Captain and Mrs. Hi y
Labacz, Captain and Mrs. Den-
ver Heath. Captain and Mrs. J.
D. Oakley, Captain and Mrs.
John Hlpson, Captain and Mrs.
J. Hemann. Lt. Stanley Lewis
and Lt. and Mrs. Victor Mr-
quez.
Informal Graduation
at USAR Carib School
An informal graduation was
held at 9:30 a.m. Friday at the
USAR CARIB School at Fort Gu-
lick. Chaplain (Captain) J. H.
Donovan opened and closed the
exercises with the Invocation and
benediction.
Major Hollis-Preiss. Chief of
the Unit Supply Division of the
school, made the introductory re-
marks and Colonel James W.
Pumpelly, commandant of the
USAR CARIB School gave the
main address and distributed the
diplomas.
The students in the class re-
presented Cuba, Nicaragua. El
Salvador and the United States
of America. The consuls of the
countries represented were invit-
ed to the exercises. These includ-
ed : The consul of Nicaragua, Luis
Ducruet: the Cuban Consul. Car-
los Gonzalez Perarza. the Consul
jf El Salvador. Isaac Osorio. and
the Consul of the United States,
Charles H. Whltaker.
Music for the occasion was fur-
nished by the 60th Army Band,
under the baton of CWO Daniel
Miller.
Chaplain of the Atlantic Sector.
He has been a member of i e
Chaplain's Corps for the past
eight years and served with the
27th Infantry Division In the
South Pacific.
Farewell Party for Jeff Krause
Miss Roberta Williams was hos-
tess fo ra party at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Williams ol Gatun. in honor of
Jeff Krause who has been vlsitlne
his father Mr. J. F. Krause of
Gatun.
The party guests were: Misses
Ann Thomas. Diane Dare, Arline
Vandergrlft. Joan Hoteerson,
Barbara Egolf. Martha Graham,
Mary An nHannigan and Messrs
Leslie Croft, Danny Kissam. Bob
Maloney. Keith Moumblow.Duke
Le Franklo and George Harris.
Jeff sailed yesterday to return
to his home in Pitman New Jer-
sey.
Camivallto This Evening.......
The younger social Set of the
Atlantic Side. Is sponsoring a
"rpriMvnllto" dance this evening
at the Strangers Club. The affair
will honor the College students
from the Canal Zon<> and the Re-
oublic who are spending the holi-
days with their parents.
Delicious...
for Rum & Coke!
DESTILERA
CENTRAL SA
NCO Wives Club Meeting
At the recent NCO. Wives
Club business meeting, the new
president, Mrs. George March
presided. The committee chair-
men for the new year were elect-
ed. Mrs. William Godwin will
head the Social Committee; Mrs.
Ralph Johnson, the Hospital
Committee; Mrs. J. C. Bremer
and Mrs. William Ellingsworth.
the Hospitality Committee and
Mrs. Harry Copare will handle
the publicity.
It was decided to give a cash
donation to the new Sunday
School nursery. At each meeting
In the future the members are
requested to bring canned goods
for the St. Vincent de Paul Or-
phanage.
Mrs. George Carlson, of Coco
Slito, was a visitor for the even-
ing.
A social hour with refresh-
ments closed the meeting.
Rotarians Have
Patriotic Program
At their regular lun c h e o n
meeting Thursday at the Btrang-
ers Club the Colon Rotary Club
commemorated the 175th Anni-
versary of the Independence of
the U.S.A.
Chaplain J. E. Hemann spoke
on '175 Years of Freedom." Chap-
lain Hemann Is a newcomer to
the Isthmus and Is the Senior
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/// Informal Bridge Party
Mrs. J. W. Schwartz was the
hostess for the meeting of her
weekly bridge club Thursday.
The ladles who played cards
Included: Mrs. L. L. Koepke,
Mrs. C. M. Dumbauld. Mrs. V.
A. Schweitzer. Mrs. W. E. Sands.
Mrs. H. J- Thornton, Mrs. Geo.
Ellis and Mrs. M., A. Loy. Jr.
Mrs. Koepke and Mrs. Thorn-
ton were the high scorers.
New Lieutenants
Feted By Rodman
Petty Officers
Two newly commissioned Mar-
ine second lieutenants were re-
cent guests of honor at a party
held bv the Second Guard De-
tachment at the Chief Petty Of-
ficers Club in Rodman. They are
Lt. Herschel Jones of Mlllvllle,
New Jersey and Lt. John Wallace
of Baltimore. Maryland, both for-
mer enlisted men with thirteen
years of service In the Marine
Corps.
Both men saw action in the
Pacific theater durlne World War
II. Lt. Wallace at Bougainville
and Lt. Jones at Okinawa, dur-
ing which action he was wound-
ed, subsequently receiving the
Purple Heart.
Colonel Howard J. Turton,
USMC. Marine Commanding Of-
ficer., also present at the party,
remarked "these men were out-
standing nim-coniinissioned oi-
fIceWselected fot- commissions in
accordance with directives of fhe
commandant of the Ma rlni
Corps."
(U. S. Navy Photo)
'Goodbye My Fance*
Issues Actor Call
For Guild Tryouts
"Don't forget, all you would-
be actors," the Theater Guild re-
minds, "Gene Simpson wants you
to try out Monday and Tuesday
nights at 7:30 at the Ancon The-
ater for the Guild's new comedy,
Goodbye, My Fancy.'
"The roles are interesting and
will probably fit your need for
self-expression.
"They Include Agatha Reed,
the glamorous Congresswoman;
James Merrill, the college presi-
dent; Matt Cole, thcLlfe photo-
grapher; Woody, the secretary;
Ginnv Merrill, the president's
daughter; Ellen Grlswold, Aga-
tha's old friend; Claude Grls-
wold, college trustee; seven girl
students; four faculty members;
two janitors, and a telephone
man.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
WAS I SURPRISED!
My wife certainly knows what
to do when unexpected com-
pany arrives at mealtime. The
gueats we had for dinner last
night will tell you that
When they came I wondered
what Mary could possibly serve
them on such short notice. Then
I heard her tell the maid to pre-
pare some Campbell's Tomato
Soup.
To my aurpriae it was ready in
nunute. But then I remembered
how easy it is to fix Just add
an equal amount of water, heat
and serve.
That was a delicious soup," I
said, after our guests departed.
"It should be," answered Mary.
"Campbell's make lt with spe-
cially grown tomatoes, blended
with creamery butter and sea-
soned according to an exclusive
recipe."
HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Once
star-minded Darryl Zanuck's new
box-office theory"I would ra-
ther have subject matter than all
the stars together"plus the Fox
economy wavehas both Tyrone
Power and Betty Grable trem-
bling. Their $8000-i-week sala-
ries are at stake and they know
u-
Their recent suspensions, I
hear, were slapped on to help con-
vince them that times have
changed and that they're not es-
sential.
Zanuck's "no name" policy for
his films, with other studios al-
ready on the same track, Is a
break for television. Bte name
film stars are standing in line be-
hind the springboard labeled "TV
Plunge."

Ellen Drew, whose new groom
Is In the big money bracket, is
denying that she's quitting the
screen.

Untold angle in the casting of
Lois Andrews In a Virginia K1H
type of role In "Bloodhounds of
Broadway" is that Lois has
known Virginia for years. Lois
will play Virginia with Dixie ac-
cent, big picture hat, long tresses
and all. And If Virginia doesn't
want to speak to her after the
picture is released, It's OK with
LO8.

Mel Ferrer, one of Hollywood's
big new bets as a result of "The
Brave Bulls," Is miffed because
his home studio, RKO, has no
films slated for him to make for
the next six months.
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A big hush-hush project at
MOM is a musical remake of
"Goodbye Mr. Chips." Titled
"Hello, Mr. Chips"?

Kid actress Glgi Perreau. after
reading constant references to
herself as a "moppet." asked her
mother what lt meant. After the
explanation. Glgi said. "Oh, I
thought it meant a female pup-
pet,"

Preview note: The beating
John Garfleld gives Shelley Win-
ters In "He Ran All the Way"
makes you think he really was
trying to put her away.

Typical Hollywood public "re-
lations": Hedy Lamarr tossing
four wedding rings into the pile
of personal belongings she gath-
ered for auction.

Success story: The man behind
the scenes of the TV hit, "Wild
BUI Hlckok." Is young Ira Dowd,
who quit his Job two years ftgo
as manager of the boys' clothing
department In a L. A. department
store to package the show.
The big sale of clothes tied to
big-name western stars gave lajni
the idea that there could be an
other bonanza.
He went to 15 makers of kid
clothes who put up the money for
the pilot reel, but it took a year
to get the show on the air. Now
every deparment store in Amer-
ica will carry a line of Hickok
clothes and gadgetswith Ira
and co-stars Guy Madison and
Andy Devine sharing the moola.

Quotes we could do without: All
of Joan Fontaine's statements
about her dates with Aly Khan.

Three more bullfight stories
are in the hoppers since "The
Brave Bulls" and "The Bullfight-
er and the Lady" proved boxof-
flce. Yes, movies are bulller than
ever.

Sign outside the office door of
Harry Brown, who's writing the
film play of "The Sniper" for
Stanley Kramer:
"Harry Brownscripts written
cheap. (Author of 'Portia Faces
Shvlock,' 'One Year's Family,'
'Othello Meets Lassie,' 'Young
Widder 'MacBeth,' and the Faye
Waldo Emerson Show. Also 'The
Intelligent Woman's Guide to the
Chaise Longue.' Price $3.58."

Jeanette MacDonald and Gene
Raymond are trying to bow out
of a November New York engage-
ment of "The Guardsman," al-
though lt grossed $333.000 on the
road. They claim the production
Is not up to New York par.
.
Short Takes: Goodman Ace's
description of Hollywood: "The
land of remake-believe." It's
Jack Buetel and Mala Powers for
the leads In "Rose of Cimarrn."
... Dan Dailey and his San Fer-
nando valley night club have
parted companywith Dan also
parting company with a big wad
of dough. Too many friends and
not enough paying customers.
Jimmy Gleason may revive
"Shannons of B r o a d w a y" on
on Broadway this fall...Jack
Benny hops to the Illinois State
Fair, Aug. 18. immediately after
his return from Korea.

There's talk of J. Carrol Nalsh
as Gandhi in a film to be made
in Bombay by Kamarah Dehu..,
Doctor's sage advice to an execu-
tive with a basket-sized ulcer:
"Stop combining business with
pressure."
Senators Kept Ike
From Embroilmenl
In M'Arthur Row
WASHINGT.ON, July 7 (UP)
A desire of some Senators to
avoid getting Gen. Dwlght D.
'Elsenhower Involved In the Mac-
Arthur controversy was partly
responsible for not bringing him
home to testify on thee new $8,-
500,000,000 foreign aid program.
This disclosure was made by
Sen. H. Alexander Smith. R., N.
J., a member ol a Senate For-
eign Relations Subcommittee
which leaves today on a two-
i weeks European tour to deter-
mine the need for the new eco-
'nomic and arms aid plan.
Without identifying them,
Smith said some senators feared
'Elsenhower would be embroll-
'ed in the angry controversy over
I the recall of Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur If he were brought home
I to testify on the aid program.
Instead, the subcommittee de-
'/-lded to go to Europe.
He denied under questioning
.that the senatow were spurred
by political considerations.
There is considerable sentiment
In some quarters of both the
i Republican and Democratic
parties to grab Eisenhower as
their 1952 Presidential nominee.
Smith said the sole aim was
I to aid Eisenhower in the diffi-
cult tusk of mobilizing his new
Western European defense force
by keeping him out of the Mac-
Arthur squabble.
I The senator also said:
1.) He believes Elsenhower
will agree to spreading the aid
program over two years Instead
of one because lt will "streng-
then his hand" In getting
Western Europe to contribute
'more men and arms to his new
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Soldiers Jailed
For Membership
Of Narcotics Gang
COLUMBIA, S.C., July ,7 (UP>
Police here smashed a narco-
tics gang today. Jailing four Ne-
gro soldiers from Fort Jackson,
and three Negro girls. Another
soldier and two civilians were
Jailed on charges of selling fake
reefers."
The arrests climaxed six weeks
of Investigation by local police, a
Federal narcotics agent, and cri-
minal Investigation agents from
Fort Jackson.
Police Chief L. J. Campbell said
the our soldiers and three girls
have been booked on a charge of
illegal possession of narcotics, il-
legal sale of marijuana and con-
spiracy to sell illegal drugs.
The second group is charged
with obtaining money under false
pretenses. They reportedly were
engaged In the profitable busi-
ness of selling cfgarets made of
oak leaves and catnip for $1
apiece, telling their clients the
"sticks" contained marijuana.
Campbell said two of the sol-
diers organized the gang to ob-
tain money to buy heroin and
cocaine to which they were them-
selves addicted.
One man transported the drugs
Into Columbia, another was In
charge of distribution, apd the
other two were salesmen, while
the girls provided outlets, Camp-
bell said.
The traffic has been entirely
among Negroes and there is no
indication of white adolescents In
Columbia u'ng marijuana,
Campbell said.
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2. He will "explore the p slblllty" of sending arms to
Spain under the North Atlantic
Treaty. Smith said he particu-
larly wants to find out why cer-
tain American allies object to
bringing Spain Into the security;
alliance.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
eTATtfRDAY, JULY 7, 1M1
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERRYA
\
OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCitNCr. CHURCHES
First Church ol Christ. Scientist Ancor
SCO Ancor Boulevard
Sunday 11.00. Wednesday H IX om
Sunday School S 31) a.m
firm Church ol ChrUI. Sciential. Cristobal
11th Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7 M om
Sunday School (:30 a.m
Christian Science Society, Uamboa
Civic Ce.-i.er Building
Sunday 11:30 am Fir! A Third Wed-
oesday 7:30 p.m.
Sundav School 10:1
Episcopal
AM UN 1 /
THt CATIIKUKAL Or SI LUKa
The Rt. Re A R. Hebei- Uuuden. alishup
The Very Riv Raymond 1 Ferris Dear
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
(40 a m. Cathedral School
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon
(First Sunday ol the month Holy Com
munlon and Sermon.)
7:00 om. Evening Prayer nd Sermon
CRISTOBAL. H.r
CHURCH OK OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St. near U. Navy
Rtv. Milton A Cookson. Pssloi
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 9.30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am
4H.C. first Sunday In the month i
'oun* People Vespei Service 4:30
gun
Wednesday. Holy Communion 8:30 p.m
Choir Rehear! 7:30 a.m.
A Hnue of Prayer (or all people
COCOU
Church ot St. Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev M. A. Cookson, Chap USNR
. Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School *:30 am
Public Worship 10:43 a.m
(HC first Sunday in the month I
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wednesday eveninef
t 6.30 p.m _
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th rhurs-
days al 7:30 p.m.
IHouse of Pravei and Fellowship loi all
people
COKOZAL
Deed Shepherd
The Ven. A F Nightengale
7:30 am. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
. *
(HC lt Friday, i
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church: Bev DA. Osaarne
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4lh Sundays Hnlv
Communion & Sermon.
10.30 a.ro 1st. and 3rd Sunday Morn
Ing Prayer & address
3:00 p m Sunday School
(40 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
3:00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Every
4th Sunday _
7:30 om Tuesday Girls Friendly So-
7:30 p.m. 2nd. and 4th. Thursday
Woman's Auxiliary
Oanibe* Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:0" o-n
LA BOCA
Bl. Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
a.m Holy Communion.
7 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 .m--Morhlng Prayer and Church
School
S pm -Holy Baptism
7 30 pm"vespers and Sermon
Communion Tueadaya and Thursdays.
7 am.. Wednesdays and Fridays ( a.m.;
Girls Friendly 8 and 7 p.m. Monday, 6
p.m. Tuesday; Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept S:iturdnv Compline 7'30 nm
MAKt.AKI'l A
St. Mu ruareis Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
I Sunday School ( a.m Evening Prayei
1:00 om
PALO SECO
Church af The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F. Nightengale
very Mondap 30 a.m Holy Cora-
mi......
PARASO
Rev D A Osborne
8:110 ajn. Holy Communion 'nd Sundav
(:30 am Sunday School
5:30 p.m Evening Prayer no and 4th
Sunday*
Monday: J4U p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday 6:30 om Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev D.A OsBornt 4k Rev CA Cragwrl
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
gaon 1st and 3rd Sundays
11:00 a.m Morning Pravei no do-
rec 2nd nd 4th Sundays
J:00 p.m Sunday School ana Baptism
7:30 pm Evening Prever and address
tod and 4th Sundays
PANAMA CITY
T. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F. Nightengale. BD B.I.
and The Rev Rit Reginald Atwgfl
Venerable Archdeacon
40 a.m Holy Communion 9:00 a.m
740 o.tn Evensong and Sermon
CIIRI81 CHURCH Hi lllr-SIA
Coln, R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington i
The Rev Mainerl J Peterson
S T.B Rector
SUNDAYS
6 am Holy Communion
a m. Choral Eucharist ana Sermon
10:3 a m Church School
I'M D m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
am Holy Communion
7:30 pm. Evensong and Sermon.
630 o m Adult Confirmation Claa
THURSDAYS
S p.m. Prayer Guild
FRIDAYS
t Children s Eucharist
m. Choir Practice
ATS:
Children Confirmation Claa*
m. Compline and Meditation
GATUN
St. Gsvaa-ge" Church
Getun. C.Z.
Rev Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays.
6:45 a an Church School
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer
76:00 a.m Holv Fucila i ;-i nd Sermon
1'ueaday:
7 40 cm Holy Communion Also Hoi)
Days and Saint. Days i
Wednesdays.
7:00 p.m Evening Prayer
(40 om St. Vincent Guild
Thursdays:
(40 p-ro Choir Rehearsal
Chore ef SI. Mar The Virgin
atev. Solomon N Jacob
Sundays.
6:46 .m Morning Prayer
T4> am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
340 p.m Church School
:66 p m_ Evening Song. Thursdays
7 4( a.oi Holy Communion (Also Hol\
Days and Saint Days i
ISM pm Evening Prayer Fridays
(:(*KflO p.m. Prayer Guild
imt p.m Choir Rehearsal
:30 p.m. St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10 45 a m on the
'46 n.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
St. Christepker s
nig Sev Antonio Ocho
7:36 a m Choral Eucharist
IsUM am Church School
M p.m Solemn Evensong
arsdavs and Holy Day HC I4B
. i.v and Holy Days 6 30 a a>
Communion
Sunday of every atola.)
Churches ol the many faith* in the Canal Zana, an* the
isrminol cirie* ai Panama and Calan. Republic at Panamo, ax-
tend a welcome at all tima* ta men ml women at the armad
services, and ta civilian neighbor!, friends and frangen.
A* public service, the Panama American lilt* below, by
danaminatlem, notices af haiin ef worship and thai regular ac-
hvities.
Lutings ef larger denominations ara In alphabetical order
which it rototed from time to time. Oeneminatien* having only
en* or two congregations ere lilted under "Other Churche* And
Servkei." A speciol lilting is included far sarvices et Army post*,
Air Force bases end Novel *te*ien*.
Ministers, church lacreterie* and chaplain* are asked te in-
form the new* desk by Wednesday neon at the Utett ef any
chontes fot the coming Saturday'! church page.
Jewish
Jewish Venara kVjard. uidg 2-x. La
Boca Road, Balboa C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkln director
Sei vices on Friday. 1:36 p;mj
(See also listings of Jewish sen vice*
under Posts Bases and Stations i
Congregation Kol Shearilh Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Services on Friday, a om
Lutheran
rU.DLtMtK LCTHLKAN CHURCH
"The Church ol the Lutheran Hour'
II. T Bernthal. Pastor
831) Balboa Road. Balboa
Sunday School end Bible Class dam
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
Irlendly welcome awaits all visitors Pol
tuck sDper second Sundav each montr
6:30 p.m., game night, fourth Sunday
1:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome tc ill mflllsrv nersonnel
Methodist
till Ml I 111111IM 1 ill 111 II
(British Conference)
Mlnisici Hev. G. Heroert Moon
(:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3.00 pm Sunday School
4.00 Men's Meeting.
7-15 D.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY MLTHODIS1 CHURCH
7th Street and Melender Avenue.
Colon. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Mlnlstei
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m and 7:lfc
p.m.: Sunday School for all ages al 3
o m
Monday 1:30 om Weekly Prayer
Meeting
F.BF.NEZKH METHOD1S1 CHURCH
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt. Mlnlstei
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:13 p.m.
Sunday School (or all ages at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting
Salvation Army
Panama City Cant 15 de reprcro
Services al 11 a.m and 7 JO p.m 1 Mai
or Wilson 1, Sunday School al 3 p.m
La Boca: Services at 11 am and 7:31
a.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 p.m Sunday
chool at 3:00 P.m.
Colon, nili Streel
Services at........ 11 am at 1:30 p.m
Sunday School at...........3:00 pm
, Coln. 3rd Street
Services at ...... 11 a.m. A 1:30 pjn
Silver City
Service at ................. 730 p.m
Sunday School at...........3:30 pm
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No. 1 J. A
Maynard. Panama.City ro. 2 Jamaica
Society Hall I Sabbath Services only 1.
Adolphua Lawes. Chorrillo. P A. Henry.
Rio Abalo, C- D. Abrahams; Gamboa, A
A. Brlzzfe, and Spanish City Church. I-
-luardo Ruiloba
Atlantic Side
Coln Third Streel. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tbal Lnglish New Church. E. A. Crock
hank. Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
M.ixon. 1 No Sundav night service 1
oresent. 1
SabDath chool each church Saturda>
J:30 am. Divine worship 11 a.m Sunday
night service at all churches exoept
otherwise Indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Protciunts cooperate nib
unity In essentials, liberty In non-
essentials and charity In all things
I'Hk ATLANTIC SID
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener Pastoi
Phone 3-1463.
10:43 Worship service and Church-time
itirserv
6 00 Young People's sleeting
Gatun
The Rev. J William L, Graham. Pastor
Phone 5-355
t:00 (30 Broadcast on HOK: HP5K
ind HON
(:43 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
5.00 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henry Sell Paator
Phone 3-14(8.
( 30 Bible School
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
uirseiy
6.30 Youth Fellowship
sib
THE PACIFIC SIDI
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-14M. Ofc. Phone 2-323*
(:3U Cnurch School Free ous service
10:30 Worship service nd Church-time
lursery
10:30 Youth Congregations
1 5 00 Chi Rho Senior HI Fellowship
6 00 Post HI Fellowship
7.30 Service "Centered On Song'
Caeos
Bruja Roaa na St Thomas Ave.
(00 a.m. Sunday School Free bus. Ir
Rousseau and Cocoll.
smlioa
All services in Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev Ra>mond A Gray. Minister
Phone 6-130
(00 Sunday School.
7 30 Worship service
Pedro Miguel
(.30 Church School
l.43 Divine Worship .
7.30 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
Ha.
UNITARIAN
six 11 11
10:30 a m
JWB Armeo
r'orce Service
'eniei Library
Balboa. C.Z
"our invitation
to liberal
religin
Baptist
NATIONAL BAKU! CHl/RCHKb
Panama Baptist. Prayes Meeting S:3(.
in Divine Service. (-.30 a.m Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m and Serving ol The Lord
Supper al both Service" Sundav School
1:00 sag
Hoyo Baptist La Boca. L i Umni
Services II 00 a m and 7 30 p.m "Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Services Sun-
day School at 3.00 pjn.
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, C.Z., Divine
Service* 1100 m Sundav School at
1:00 nm
Rev. 8. N. Brawn, Mlnlsler
Gaiiiuua. C.Z. Ulvtne Services al 11.4b
i.m. and 7:30 u tu with Sundav School
.1 3:0" nm.
Rev. A. W. Crook, Mlnlsler
Rio Abajo K P. Sundav Scnooi al
1:00 i> in
COCOLI BAFTIS1 CHURCH
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pastor
Services Every Sunday
Sunday School ............. (:45am
Preaching Services ........ 10:44 a.m.
Training Union ............ 40 p.m
Preaching Services ......... 7 40 p.m.
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service .. 7 00 every
vlonday evening
V
HHS1 HAIMIM CHURCH
Balboa Heights. C.Z
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away from home
with a welcome lust as friendly"
William H. Beeby Pastos
Sunday School............. (:30 a.m
Morning Worship .......... 16:44 a.m
Baptist Training Union .... 6:30 pm
Evangelistic Service........ 7:30 p.m
W.M S Bible Study
(Every Wednesday)........ 1:30 oxn
Men's Brotherhood
(Last Monday In month) .. 7:30 om
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Streel
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Pastor
"Your Imitation To Worship
Bible School ............... (:45 a.m
Worship ................... 11:00 am
Training Union ............ 4:30 p.m.
Worship .................... 6:30 p.m.
Prayer Meeting (Thurs.) ... 7:30 p.m.
Catholic
(Listed below aie the catholic Churche*
111 the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon wbosc
congregations are primarily English -
peaking Besides these, the Cathedral hi
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num.
emu pariah churches in both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, (hough
their congregations are primarily Span-
ish-speaking.)
ST. MART'S
Balboa
Sunday Masses: 5:44, 8:00, 10:00. 11:60,
13:00 a.m.
Heneuictiun: 5.00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: i:J4. 8:00, 11:10. 11:54
a.m.
Con.essiims: Saturday3:30, 5:00 p.m
7:00. 8:00 p.m. Thursdays for First
Friday7:00. 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday at
7:00 p.m. .
Rosary every evening at 7:00.
SACRED HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:44. 7:30, (30 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:44, 7:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:30, 4:00 p.m
7:00. 8:06 p.m. Thursday for First
Friday7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart DevotionsFriday at 7:00
p.m.
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoll
Sunday Man: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Bays: 6:00 a in.
CURUNDU CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am.
Holy Days: 4:45 a.m.
Confessions: 3:30. 5:00 p.m. Saturdays.
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:30 am.
Confessions: Saturday7:15. 7:44 p.m.
Rosary: Monday. Wednesday and Sstur
day al 7:00 p m.
Catechism Classes: Sunday10:30, 11:30
a.ni.
ST. JOSEPH S
Paraso
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:45 am.
Confessions: Satuiday3:30. 4:00 p.m.
Kd.sjiv. Tuesday7:00 p.m.
Catechism Classes: Sunday 10:30, 11:30
a.m.
ST. VINCENT
Panam
Sunday Masses: 6 00, 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days. 6:60. 8.36 am.
Confessions: Saturday3.00, 4:00. 7:00,
8:00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8:00.
Rosary every evening: 7:60 p.m.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo
Sunday Masses: 6:30. 8.30 am.
Benediction: 4:00 p in.
Holy Day Masses: 3:44 am.
Confessions: Saturday3:30, 4:30 p.m.
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena, si
Miraculous Medal NovenaFriday 7:00
p.m.
Rosary: Monday and Wednesday7:00
p.m.
ST. THERESE'S
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Mass:
6:44 a.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7:00
p.m.
Conlesslons: Saturday3:36. 4:00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening except Tuesday at
7:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th and G St.
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masse*: 7. and 10 JO a.m
Weekday Mas*: 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Mas-
Miraculous Medal Novena services.
Holiday Masses: 6 and 8 am.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 om
Monday 4 and 7pm
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun
Pastor Rev John Tumelty C M
Miraculous Medal Novena service
First Fridays Confessions. Communion
Sundsy Mas (40 am
Weekday Musses Thursday and Satur-
day 7:00 im.
Holiday Mass 140 a.m
Monday 7:00 pm
Sunday Mass 7 40 a.m.
Confessions Saturday (40 to 1:00 p.m
COCO SOUTO FLA Y SHED
Pastor. Rev W01 J Finn. CM.
Sunday Maes ............... I .-46 a m
Holy Day Mass ............ 640 am
Sunday School ............. 8:44 a.m
Services Thursday nights .. 7-44 o m
Confessions hefnre Mass
CHIIRCM Ot THE Mill I FAMILY
Margarita CZ
Rev William J Finn. C M.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon, 10th and Broadway
Paator. Rev. J. Raymon Mchate. CM
Assistant, Rev George Brosvne. CM
Sunday Masses ..... 5:45 (:00 a m
Weekly Masses ...... 5:44 4 6:30>a.m
First Friday Masses .. 5:44 as 8:00 a.m
Baptisms Sunday ........... 440 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena services every
Wednesday at 6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart, Fridays
7:14 p.m.
Confession* Saturday: 4 to (1 7 to 1
om
Sunday School. 340 pa.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, every Mon-
day and Thursday at 7:13 pm.
Sunday, S:30 a.m.Church School with
classes for all Age*.
J0:44 *.m.-Regular Morning Worship
Sermon Topic "You Cant Live With-
pul It,' Special Music by the Junior
Choir
8.00 pmYouth Fellowship Subject
for consideration: "The Captain of The
Game.1' Installation of Newly Selected
Officers
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Sliver City. C.Z.
Paator. Rev Raymond Lewi. CM.
Sunday Masses ... 4:44 nd 8:00 am
Weekday Mass ............. 40 am.
Holy Day Masses .. 5:30 and 640 a.m.
Sunday School ........... 11:00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novan service
Tueeday 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sunday ........... 40 pm.
Confession Saturday 3 40 to 5:00; 7 40
xi 8:00 p.m
Instructions 101 adult* Tuesday. Fri-
day t 740 om.
OUR LADY Or GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charlea Jacob*. CM
Sunday Mssses ... 7.00 and 840 am
Weekday Masse*, Wednesday, ate. 6:00
s.m.
Holy Day Mane* ... 5:44 as *40 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p-ra.
Secret Heart Novena service. Friday
J:00 p.m.
Confessions Saturday ...... 6:00 pm
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun (near Locks)
Pastor. Rev. John Tumelty. CM.
Sundav Mass C:44 a.m.
Weekday Masse*. Tuesdsy and Friday
6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maaa 6:00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novas* service Fti-
day 7:13 p.rri.
Confessions Saturday 7 to ( o m
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACiriC RIDS
rrolestsnt
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. (:u
Morning Worship................ 10 00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 144 ...... (40
Morning Worship......,,....... 10:15
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship............... 11:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship............... 10:44
Youth Group ................... 4:60
Servicemen'! Hour............... 7:00
US NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ..........,.., 10:44
HQTRS. 14th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship................. (15
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mas*..................... 740
Sunday Mas* ................. g:0Q
ITH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mas* ................... 7:44
COKOZAL CHAPEL
roWosr..............um
Dally Mass ..................... 7:90
Sunday Masses ..........COO a (40
I5TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass .....,............. 7:66
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundav Mass ......,............ (:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass ..................... 6:30
Sunday Mass**..........7:44 8:44
' Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Saturday ....................... 140
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ...................... 4:00
FORT KOBBE
Thursday.......'............... 140
JWB, Balboa, C.Z.
Friday ......................... 140
ATLANTIC SIDE
Preiestant
FORT DAVIS *
Episcopal Holy Communion .... (00
Sunday School .......,......... (:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................. (:1S
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School................. (:30
slornmg Worship............... 11:00
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass .......,,,,........ 10:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass ................... (40
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mass.................... (:00
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ................ 7:00
:14
Other Churches
And Services
It MIA I CENTER
Aparlment I Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 om.
Church ol Jesus Christ ot Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 am
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0841 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland "Dilbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Oases tor all age* .... 1040 a.m.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:44 am
Pleach Ins and Communion .... 7 40 pm
MIDWEEK SERVICES
Bible Study ...... Wednesday TOO pm
Ladles' Bible Claa* Thursday 1:44 pro
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hal
In front of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:44 s.m
Visitors welcome
ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 41* or Ft Gullck 30*
CURUNDU PHOTtSTANI
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaolaln William H Blah
Sunday School................ 1:41
Morning Worship................ 1140
Young People's Service ......... 4 45
Evening! Worship ............... 7:00
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesdsy at
7:00 om and Saturday (40 am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundav it 1:30 em.
Tuesdays. Wednesdays nd Thursdays
6:30 a.m.
Sacrament ol Unction (Heeling Ser-
vice! First Sundav of each month el
7:30 o.m
Meaal Hallbeth Christian Chare*
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D D Bishop
otficisnting.
Morning Worship at ....... 640 a.m
Holy Communion at........ 640 am
Fellowship Worship at...... 1140 am
Bible Reading at .......... (40 p.m
Dlvipe Service eg ......... 740 pm
Sermon at .............. (:00 pm
Holv Communion at ...... (00 om
Balbaa-Aasadei Reea USO Chab
Naa-Deaaaslnattan
Vespes Service at 6:14 p.m. Sunday*.
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By Victor Rietel
TBE8E CHARMING PEOPLE
Frank Costello. the recent star of the Kefauver Crime Com-
mittee show, never revealed how he started his career In this
country...He began as doorman lor a Harlem dice-house...
When he was a bootlegger (sometime later) he made the following
deal, which up'd him into Tall Money. He tells it with great re-
lish.. .One of his associates came in with a Big Lead of the finest
"McCoy" tuff from St. Pierre...The tiny Newfoundland island
served' as the man distribution center for the U. 8. rum-running
rings.
"I did a crazy thing this time." said the fellow. "I met a guy
there who had 500 cases of some funny Chinese hooch in his
warehouse. Had it stored for years. Offered me the whole batch
lor only a Big One <$ 1,000). It was too cheap to refuse$2 a
casefor any kind of stuffso I told him to put it on the boat"
.. .Brother Costello gave him a mild bawling out and reminded
htm that a "Q" was still $1,000 and there was no sense throwing
It away on Chinese Whisky nobody wanted. "Maybe we'll give a
party," said Costello.
Two weeks later, the boss of Chinatown came to Costello s
midtown office. .."Frank," he almost wept, "ain't we friends'
Didden I do you a favor or two?".. .Costello said:
matta?"
-Well, then," said Chinatown Cholly. "what's the Idea of
bringln' in that big lead of llkker and not lettin" me know? I
heard about It, anyway. I've got to get that whole load. I'll Rive
jou $100 a case. If anyone else gets that stuff downtown, Im
lulned with my people!" '
"Now, wait a minute." exclaimed Costello (seeing a Oreat
Light). "I was going to let you have some but not all of It. I've
got other pals down your way and around the. nation. I gotta
be fair! But this stuff Is so hard to get I'm asking $150 a case,
not a penny less."
After an hour of haggling, F. C. made a lifetime pal of the
Chinatown boss by letting him have the entire shipment (500
cases) at $150 each. Next day Costello dispatched Frank Orsattl
(later to become a top figure in Hollywood) to the Orient in a
chartered freighterto buy up all the Orlentol-style booze he
could get.. .Costello sold that load to every Chinatown In the
48 States and was On His Way to Rlchvllle.
Gamblers who think they are being treated unfairly
in the I'. S. should clip and save this story of what hap-
pened to a crew sent by Willie Moore (Moretti) to operate
a (ambling ship last year.....The scene was a small. Latin
country where gaming is legal...This little nation was
running a fair...They invited some of the better known
American gambling figures to come down.
Willie' ship anchored in the harbor and began busi-
ness. The first 4 nights everything was honky-dooly...
Because the local folks won.. .On the 5th night their luck
curdled and several (including an Army General) lost a
Bundle...The next afternoon, while The Boys were buy-
ing aronnd the deck, they saw a large government craft
(crowded with troops) approaching.
"Get dressed quick!" yelled the Head Man. "This
probably Is some big shot pay in' us a visit!".. .It sure was
It was the General and few hundred of his armed
men.. They locked up the whole crew for larceny...It
took the U. S. Consul a fortnight to aprime them...And
that was the last of That Boat.
Irving Sherman, the dress mfr. who finally accepted a sub-
pena from the Senate Crime group after a long absence (In and
around familiar Broadway places >. once earned the undying
gratitude of the movie Industry.. .One dav all the coast bigwigs
assembled to honor a renowned political figure.. .This luncheon
was more like a state occasion.. .As they sat down an awful thing
hoppen...The waiters went on strike.. .They Just walked out...
There had been a labor dispute (where the event was held), and
the walkout had been timed for the most effective moment.
Sherman (who has "good labor connections") happened to be
thereas a guest of a famed producer... He ran to a phone
called a paland In 5 minutes the waiters were backand the
day saved...L. B. Mayer later offered Sherman a lucrative job
as labor relations boss at MOMhut he snubbed it to "make
dresses".. .The Senate probers contend, however, they are bored
with That One.
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AVIATION rORWARD
Sir:
Since 1939 I have given finan-
cial assistance in the form of In-
vestments, credits, loans and
technical assistance from United
States Civil Aviation groups and
manufacturers, to every Aviation
Company, Aviation Club Group,
Aviation Commercial Enterprise,
and even to Individual personal
plane owners In Panam. Natur-
ally, as a result, I have kept In
close touch with the development
and progress of Panamanian
aviation.
With that background, permit
me to say that the Ten Point Pro-
gram For Aviation Development
In Panam, submitted by Doctor
Alejandro Prez Venero, and pub-
lished In your Spanish Section
recently, Is the most concise, yet
most outstandingly complete
program for aiding Civil Avia-
tion Development in Panama,
that I have seen during all of the
22 year that I have watched Pa-
namanian Aviation struggle to
survive and grow.
I have seldom seen a plan of
such tremendous potentialities
presented in so few points and
words and In such complete de-
tail as to application.
The removal of all possible un-
necessary restrictions or handi-
caps upon Panamanian Civil
Aviation, and the putting of re-
sponsibility for its development
upon the Individual Initiative of
enthusiasts and aviation compa-
nies or entrepreneurs, making
t'-- flevelopment dependent up-
on these instead of upon goverrt-
Ii em officials or bureaus, would
Immediately initiate a tremen-
dous development that should
have happened ten years or more
ago.
The suggested lowering of han-
gar rents and the removal of all
possible landing lees, import
charges, red tape procedures, etc.
would encourage a great increase
in Civil Aviation flying In Pana-
m.
The establishment of strict li-
mitations and controls over the
powers of Inspectors, Directors,
and other Aviation Officials
would eliminate the uncertainty
and instability that Panamanian
Aviation Employes have felt for
years.
The suggested campaign and
methods of again enticing resi-
dents of the Canal Zone to par-
ticipate, as they once did, in Pan-
amanian Aviation would give
many opportunities for training
additional Panamanian pilots
and mechanics would greatly In-
crease civil aviation flying, par-
ticularly by Increasing personal
plane owners.
The suggested campaign to
have all governors and officials
and all small communities try to
create all small natural fields
possible throughout the republic,
would give Panam a net-work
of aerial transportation facilities
that would be unequalled In any
of the nearby countries.
The establishment of an "aer-
ial corridor into Colon," similar
to that on the Pacific side, would
connect Colon with the San Bias
Islands direct and with the lower
coast and the central provinces
around Santiago.
The knowledge that Panam Is
giving consideration to such for-
ward-looking steps toward pro-
moting civil aviation, should cer-
tainly assist in creating renewed
interest among Canal Zone resi-
dents and result In more inclina-
tion upon the part of the Ameri-
can colony to come and fly in
Panam for both business and
pleasure purposes.
Respectfully yours.
Colonel John ('. L. Adams,
U. S. Army Retired.
- From out of the sleazy sha-
dows of the Detroit underworld,
; home territory' of the toughest
i mobs of all, spawning-ground of
the brutal Purple Oang and le-
thal Black Legion, there slipped
a Police Dept. informer the
other day. Unseen by any mob
finger man, the Informer made
his way to the cops.
A few hours later, two hea-
vily-armed Detroit policemen be-
gan guarding the home of the
second in command of the
world's largest union. Now,
nightly, from 8 p. m. to 8 a. m.,
they patrol the modest home of
Walter Reuther's top lieutenant,
Emil Mazey, secretary treasur-
er of the CIO's internationally
famous Auto Union.
And they wait for a murderer.
They await an attempt on Ma-
zey's life shotgun blasts out
of the darkness, such as those
which virtually paralyzed Wal-
ter Reuther's right arm and
which blinded one eye and cut
the jaw of his brother Victor.
They wait because that In-
formant reported he had over-
heard a conversation deep in
the underworld during which
, plans were made to get up a
Sure wottza- i"war chest" for the mob Killing
of Emil Mazey.
The first Mazey knew of the
threats was when his office
made lone distance telephone
calls to a YMCA camp In Farn-
ham. New- York (some 25 miles
out of Buffalo), on the bucolic
grounds of which he was teach-
ing at the Auto Union summer
school. Then, the police spoke
to him and now Inspector Jo-
seph Krug's men are trying to
crack the case and find any
possible links to the Reuther
shootings on which the FBI
still has some of its scarce
agents.
Today four of that union's of-
ficers live under the ghastly
tension of home guards, special
fencing, hidden lights and wor-
ry about their kin folk. What
must it take more shotgun
blasts? more blood? to move
the Federal government Into a
real lid-ripping probe of the
mob's move into the unions?
In the past months, two Ne-
gro union men have been found,
faces down, In the Everglade
swamps outside Miami. Another
was pumped through with five
bullets and his head cracked
with a heavy rock. There has
been a series of waterfront
dynamltihgs and fillings, and
everybody who knonv anything
believes there'll be more-as soon
as the heat Is off. In Chicago
there's been a series of dyna-
mltlngs of union leaders pro-
perty and homes, at times when
their families have been asleep.
Only recently, BUI Lee, lead-
er of Chicago's AFL unions,
again warned the Syndicate
gamblers that union treasuries
won't be easy pickings, and that
labor Is not going to be the new
hunting or burial grounds for
the mobs now that the gambling
crowd's being sweated.
All this follows the pattern of
mob Infiltration into unions of
which U. S. Secretary of Labor
Maurice Tobln privately warned
the Teamster's leader. Dan To-
bln, last year. Labor leader To-
bln passed the special Federal
warning on to his people with
a special rush letter. But in
many a city the squeeze Is
getting tighter and the terror
more pressing.
Labor men seeking help in
Washington have found a friend
in Wisconsin's 8enator Alex-
ander Wiley. Twice he's tried to
get the Federals In on this
probe, to save lives, or at least
to save men like Mazey from
the horror that springs from
constant, nerve-breaking vigi-
lance in the dark.
Once he wrote a long memo
to Crime Committee chief. Sen.
O'Conor. but got no satisfaction
from those Investigators. They
have Just about enough money
to pry slightly Into the dope
racket until Sept. 1st. Now he
has written to Labor Secretary
Tobln urging that his depart-
ment take the daring step of In-
vestigating the gangs.
r.od Is Not a Comrade
,
Joe Tremble
By BOB RUARK

"It Is obvious," Wiley said,"
that the Senate Crime Com-
mittee, because of its approach-
ing termination on Sept. 1,
cannot attempt to go into the
greatest detail on this, or for
that matter, on any other Issue.
"Yet those criminal Influences
which do exist within the Ame-
rican labor movement are not
going to be met within a mat-
ter of a few months, any more
than criminal infiltration into
American business is going to
be so met. What we need, there-
fore, is a continued look-see In-
to this problem by trained ob-
servers who would fearlessly
expose this situation..
"It seems to me that if the
Dept. of Labor can and does
investigate violation of the
wage-hour laws, for example,
surely It can find within its ba-
sic statutory authorization the
full legal light to make some
preliminary fact-finding probe
of violation of rights that are
infinitely more significant, I.e.
violation of the very health and
well-being of honest workers
and officers.
That says it. Somebody ought
to do It. One of these days, a
oolice informant Is Just not go-
ing to overhear a conversation.
And somebody will get hurt.
Time to move Is now!
{Copyright 1951 Post-Hall
Syndicate, nc.)
NEW YORK. When they soaked me a buck-
20 the other day for a pat of hamburg, I got
to thinking it would be a fine, neighborly thing
if the government would subsidize the white-
collar man a little bit. Make a good campaign
program for a smart politician government
support for old Joe Tremble, clerk, married, two
kids, take-home pay $59.60 a week.
This is entirely legal, for they support the
farmers' already, with the government buying
in competition with the customer, In order to
drive the prices for food higher. Farm support
was conceived originally to keep the haysnakers
out of bankruptcy; to keenjhem from letting
the crops Wither. unharveeflFd, and to prevent
them from plowing under little piggies as not
worth the effort of raising.
Well, a farmer Is a man. and a white-collar
guy is a man. and the white-collar guy pays
more taxes than the farmer, because Uncle
grabs Joe Tremble's check and amputates it at
the source. There are all sorts of tax-dodging
gimmicks connected with farming and ranching,
which is one of the reasons It Is an insult to
ask a cow-grower how many head he Is running
on the land. He don't want to get pinned down.
The tax collector might get nosy.
So If Joe Tremble qualifies as a man and a
citizen and a taxpayer, then I do not see why
the government cannot underwrite him some.
Say the hamburg costs $1.20. due to the fact
that the government has subsidized the farmer.
Well, then, seems to me the government ought
to get up at least a dollar per mound, leaving
Joe to pay 20 cents. This would apply to po-
tatoes, milk, sDinach, pork chops, bread and all
the other precious gems we are supposed to buy
from the local Cartler with the heavy thumb.
For a long time, the government has been
giving handouts to all kinds of people, in the
forms of subsidy, tax loopholes, and Federal
projects.
They kick into the kitty of the shipping peo-
ple, who are sure enough private business. They
build great big expensive projects like the TV A
for the especial benefit of the farmer. The old
WP and A used to underwrite the fumblous ef-
forts of untalented poets, cunnythumbed paint-
ers and left-footed folk dancers. They compete
today with the purchasing power of the people
to buy up commodities, forcing exports to the
starving Scoweglans. and then tax-billing the
citizens for the prlvelege of being overbid on
the home front for gratis disposal abroad. Every
time the cost of living Jumps the unions go out
for another buck an hour, and Washington
sighs and says you better give it to 'em.
1 he oil people can make a million a year, and
then write off the profit on one cheap dry hole,
ducklnc astronomical taxes.' You buy a farm,
run a few head of cattle and plant a couple
acres of carrots, and Uncle Sam will let you
spend thousands of deductible dollars making
an old Chic Sale Into a summer house. He will
fence you off with free evergreens, nourish your
soil with free, high-octane fertilizer, and guar-
antee you such a flexible floor on crop prices
that the more you raise, the higher the fee.
rather than reducing It according to supply and
demand. '
If I am a politician I would come out four-
stniare for relief for our own displaced person,
white-collared Joe Tremble. He Is Just as de-
serving as the rest, maybe more, and he Is get-
ting sick and tired of playing Forgotten Man In
the great gravy train.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
CLOUDY DAWN
BELGRADE It is somehow characteristic of
our dreary era. that the wprst danger should be-
gin to threaten this country Just when a better
day has come for the Yugoslav people. Even the
transient visitor can see the signs of recent change
herein the peasants sturdily trudging to market
with their produce, no longer furtively fearful of
the police; in the townspeople happily parading
the leafv streets the young men and girls flirting,
the old people volubly gossiping; in the sudden
lightening of the once heavy and oppressive at-
mosphere.
The danger to Yugoslavia, the massive satellite
rearmament, has already been examined in this
space. Since peace nowadays Is unitary, the threat
of a new aggression here Is, In the last analysis,
a threat to the whole free world. But although
this single fact should be enough to decide Amer-)
lean policy, the internal change that is going on
here ought certainly to be weighed In the balance
as well.
The origins of this change can be rather briefly
summarized. The remarkable group of men who
lead this country, having dared to commit the
original heresy of defying Moscow, were tempted
onwards to a thorough re-examlnatlon of all the
tenets of their Communist faith. In this they were
encouraged by their sense of unity with their own
people, born of bitter years together In the forests
and mountains, which provided an experience in
all ways different from the icy. seven-walled iso- .
lation of the Kremlin.
At first the old indoctrination repressed these
Impulses. But the threat of Soviet aggression was
a practical spur, making it vital for the Yugoslav
leaders to command a better sort of loyalty from
their people than the dumb acquiescence achiev-
ed by a ruthless police. Thus eighteen months ago
Marshal Tito. Edvard KardelJ the subtle Moshe
Pljade. Mllovan DJilas Vladimir Dedljer, even the
dread police chief. Rahkovlc. began to take a new
look at their own faith and words and deeds.
What they looked at so critically was their pre-
vious Slavish tendency to imitate Soviet methods
of Industrialization, land use and general plan-
ning. Not all they saw displeased them Certainly
they are not sorry that they shattered the pat-
tern of the old Yugoslavia in the first brutal years
after the war; nor do they regret the forced in-
dustrialization, which may have been wasteful,
but also made the country able to bear its present
disproportionate defense burden. What they found
wrong may be judged by the changes they have
lately instituted.
As a first step, the swollen power of Belgrade,
the planning center, where every decision on every
subject formerly had to be taken, was decen-
tralized to tlie provinces, the municipalities and
the Individual national enterprises. Then for the
peasants, forced land collectivization was halted,
and sales on the free market of all produce except
bread grains were authorized. For the workers, a
share in the management of their factories,
through workers' councils, was granted. And for
the whole country, the heavy hand of the State
was lightened.
Thus the judicial procedure has been reformed,
to introduce a larger tincture of Western-style
Justice. The lower ranks of the Communist hier-
archy, where petty tyranny luxuriantly flourish-
ed, have been and are still being sharply disci-
plined. The political police, the grim UDBA. have
been rebuked and restrained by no less a person
than Rankovic himself.
For these reasons hardened observers, who fear-
ed last year that the Yugoslav masses might wel-
come an Invader in the manner of the Russian
peasants in 1941, now assert that these people will
greet the enemy in their customary tigerish fash-
Ion. If this is so. the Yugoslav leaders have al-
ready attained one of their main alms. Yet they
are far from satisfied.
They have nothing less in mind. In fact, than
to transform their totalitarianism into a relative-
ly free societyto combine their extreme and all-
embracing socialism with popular democracy. It
Is a little hard to see how they are to achieve
serious elections, a working, authoritative par-
liament limitation of their Communist party to
a purely educative role, and reduction of the poli-
tical police from the sole weapon of state power
to a simple Instrument of national security.
These are tasks foreign to their Communist
training; and the inevitable early difficulties and
disappointments are all too likely to make the
Yugoslav leaders revert to the old "ways. Yet when
they talked about these thingseven when they
talked of the eventual emergence of a political
oppositionthey seemed fervently sincere to this
reporter.
Perhaps one tends to be too hopeful about Yu-
goslavia, since it is downright stirring nowadays
to find any spot on the face of the globe where
courage has no rarity value and the situation is
improving. Yet with Intelligent American aid. It
Is hard to believe that this curious experiment
here may not succeed.
Ironically, if it does succeed the Yugoslavs will
not merely grow valuable as allies; thev will also
set up a beacon for all the satellites, and for all
the Western Europe left, they will offer a way out
from the dead end of drilled, dead Stalinism. And
so they will increaseIndeed they are increasing
the danger to themselves.
Copyright. 1151, New York Herald Tribune, Inc.
cUeDAiLY WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
ly D'lW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Ex-Secretary of Defense Johnson's law
partners shipped tin to Communist China; Chiang Koi
shek's relatives also shipped tin to Communists; Ship-
ments to Communists occurred in 1949 when Johnson
was urging aid to Chiang.
c~ WASHINGTON.The law partners of Louis Johnson, former
Secretary of Defense, and the relatives of Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-shek have just been caught shipping strategic tin to Com-
munist china despite the fact that both Johnson and the
Chianii family have been urging all-out American aid to Na-
tionalist China on the Island of Formosa.
The tin shipments totalled 123 tons, which Is a tremendous
amount of this strategic metal. This quantity definitely went
to the Communists in Tientsin in 1949 under an Invalid license.
An additional BO tons of tin was sent- to Shanghai through a
phony license In the spring of 1949 and probably went to the
Communists also -r- though this is not definite.
The shipments were so carefully camouflaged by false re-
presentations and certifications that It took some time for Sec- I
retary of Commerce Sawyer to discover the tin shipments. How- '
ever, he has now taken vigorous action and has suspended tho '
dummy trading corporation, set up by his former cabinet col- '
league, from getting further export licenses for a total of three '
years.
It Is significant that Louis Johnson, when Secretary of De-
fense, was the most ardent advocate of sending American aid
to the Chiang Kai-shek group on Formosa. In various debates
inside the Cabinet and with the State Department, he con-
sistently hammered home the importance of Formosa. The State
Department disagreed and the Joint Chiefs of Staff partially
disagreed with him.
At no time during these discussions, so far as can be as-
certained, did Johnson disclose that he or his law firm acted
as the attorney for Chiang Kai-shek's relatives. Nor was It ever
disclosed that, at the very same time Johnson proposed aid to
Chiang, both Chiang's relatives and Johnson's own partners
were shipping strategic tin to Chiang's enemies, the Commu-
nists.
JOHNSON DIDN'T KNOW i
Johnson has the excuse that he did not know what the
dummy corporation set up by his law firm was doing, since in
1949 he had become Secretary of Defense. However, there ap-
pears to be no excuse for Johnson having failed to acquaint the
public or his Cabinet colleagues with his firm's legal fees from
the Chiang family during the occasions when he vigorously urged
aid to Chiang.
The corporation which shipped the tin to Communist China
is the Yangtze Trading Corporation, and Its setup is extremely
Interesting. It was incorporated by the Johnson firm In 1943,
long before Johnson entered the Cabinet and appears to be one
of the screens for the financial operations of Chiang's brothers-
in-law, reported to be among the wealthiest men in this coun-
try.
The firm's manager is E. Y. Soong. nephew of T. V. Soong,
the former foreign minister of China and brother-in-law of
Chiang Kai-shek. Its largest stockholder is L.-K. Kung, son
of Dr. H. H. Kung, another Chiang brother-in-law. Soong is
the brother of Madame Chiang, while Dr. Kung married Madame
Chiang's sister. Both Soong and Kung have, lived in the Unit-
ed States in recent years and occupy palatial estates In West-
chester County outside New York City.
E. Y; Soong, nephew of the former foreign minister, and
manager of the Yangtze Corporation, has been officially charged
by the Commerce Department with switching shipments of tin-
plate to consignees in China not authorized to receive them.
He Is also charged with permitting another company to shl
tin to Communist China under an export license Issued by the
Yangtze Corporation.
SOONG ADMITS GUILT
Soong admitted the charges and waived all rights to a hear-
ing, Tantamount to an admission of guilt.
In addition to Soong and Kung, the other officers In the
Yangtze Trading Corporation are law partners of ex-secretary
Johnson. Chairman of the board Is Chesney M. Carney, a part-
ner in Steptoe and Johnson. President and secretary of the
firm are George W. McQuain and Klngsley R. Smith, also John-
son's law partners.
\
Together they own 555 shares of stock, part of which was
in payment for legal services. Largest stockholder is L. K. Kung,
son of Chiang's brother-in-law, who owns 925 shares, while C.
H. Chao owns 870 shares.
A fourth Johnson partner, Donald Lincoln, Is also a director
in three subsidiaries of the Yangtze Trading Corporation, the
Cosmopolitan Supply Co., the Metropolitan*Trading Corporation,
and the Pan-Continental Trading Corporation.
The Yangtze Corporation Is listed with the New York Secre-
tary of State in Albany as being a West Virginia corporation
with offices in the Union Bank building at Clarksburg. W. Va.,
and the Kanawha Valley building at Charleston, W. Va. These
two buildings are also where the Louev Johnson law firm has
its offices.
The 123-ton shipments of tin to China arrived In Tientsin
in August and September 1949. eight months after Tientsin fell
into the hands of the Communists so there could be no possible
plea of Ignorance In making the shipment. Furthermore the
ileense was invalid.
Jt was In November and December 1949. that Johnson first
began battling inside the Cabinet for aid to Formosa.
The additional 90 tons which went to Shanghai through a
trick license deal, left New York In March and April 1949. And
since It takes about two months for the delivery of such cargo,
and since Shanghai fell to the Communists on May 24, 1949, this
90 tons also probably fell into Communist hands. Johnson had
become Secretary of Defense in March 1949.
Secretary Sawyer's Office of International Trade, comment-
ing on the transaction, said:
"...Respondents In effectuating the exportatlons herelnabove
described, made false representations and certifications on each
of th shipper's export declarations filed with and authenticated
by the collector of customs at New York, New York, as to the
Identity of the purchaser and ultimate consignee and that the
specified license named therein authorized such exportation.
"In addition, It is alleged that said respondents using and
permitting the use of validated export licenses, shipper's export
declarations and bills of lading to effect exportatlons pursuant
to collusive agreement with another company, without the au-
thorization of the office of international trade, constituted ille-
gal trafficking In such export control documents."
NOTE Tin Is now so scarce in the United States that
brewers are asked to use beer bottles instead of cans.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
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AGENCIAS GLOBALES
Via Espaa No. 121
CINCO CENTESIMO
Los negociadores comunistas abogarn por
una zona desmilitarizada en el Paralelo 38
_________ .____________________________________;_____________ -
Tos recursos del Seguro sern ^^
usados para fines sociales"
Esto equivaldra a que las
fuerzas aliadas hicieran una
retirada de treinta millas
Los comunistas estn en el rea de Kaesong para
iniciar maana las negociaciones
TOKIO, Julio 7 (L'P).Los negociadores comunista*
para el cese de fuego llegaron al rea de Kaesong hoy
desde Pyongyang, y 'el Comando de las Naciones Unidas
dijo que el camino por el cual ylajaron comentar a ser
objeto de ataques nuevamente a partir de la media no-
che.
Las conversaciones prelimi-
lares para el cese de fuegu se
iniciarn en Kaesong, a unas
cus millas al sur del Paralo
38 maana, se cree que antes
del medio dia.
El Comando de las Naciones
Unidas le prometi a los comu-
nistas que las cien millas de ca-
mino que separan a Pyongyang
ce Kaesong estaran Inmunes de
ataques areos desde las cuatro
de la maana de hoy, una hora
antes de la salida de la comi-
sin. El Comando anunci que
la inmunidad cesar hoy a me-
dia noche.
Los comunistas han dado a
entender que ellos creen que se
debe establecer una zona desmi-
litarizada a lo largo del Para-
lelo 38. Esto obligarla a las Na-
ciones Unidas a efectuar ana
retirada de 30 millas. Los nego-
ciadores aliados tambin pe-
dirn que los ejrcitos enemi-
gos se queden en sus presentes
posiciones desde el Paralelo 38
en el oeste a 27 millas al norte
del Paralelo en el este hasta
que se negocie una paz perma-
nente.
La Zona del Canal entreg a
Panam 200qq. de arroz para
contrarrestar la escasez
8e espera un gran embarque
de arroz del Ecuador para me-
diados de la prxima semana,
a fin de hacerle frente a la
aguda escasez de este grano que
est sufriendo el pas.
El Canal *e Panam entreg
ayer 200 quintales de arroz
'Fortuna" <* primera calidad al
Oobjerno de Panam para a-
yudar a aliviar la escasez.
Los funcionarlos del Canal de
Panam manifestaron esta ma-
ana que estn dispuestos a
suministrar 30o quintales ms,
en caso que sea necesario. Sin
embargo, hicieron nfasis en

que hay suficiente arroz para el
consumo de la Zona del Canal
y que los comisariatos tendrn
sus reservas normales de este
grano.
Una de Jas posibles causas de
lia_jhetiMl' Wcaana. fu* la des-
)&%&& "aril
de Paeor ocasionada por los
gusanos. .
El precio del arroz ha subido
a 20 Centavos la libra y las
amas de casa forman largas
filas en las tiendas tratando de
conseguir el precioso grano que
forma parte principal de nues-
tra dieta alimenticia.
o o o
La firma del Tratado de Paz
con el Japn se efectuar
en la primera semana de Sept.
Sern mejoradas las
prestaciones a los
asegurados ahora
El ahorro de cerca de cien
mil balboas anuales proyectados
por el nuevo plan de organi-
zacin de la Caja del Seguro
Social, ser destinado exclusi-
vamente a mejorar y ampliar
los servicios de prestaciones
mdicas de la institucin, para
poner los mayores recursos del
Seguro al servicio de los ver-
daderos fines sociales que debe
cumplir", dijo esta maana a
"El Panam Amrica", su Ge-
rente el Licenciado Manuel So-
la P.
La Caja de Seguro Social pa-
g por concepto de gastos de
administracin B. 23,001.69, du-
rante el mes de marzo ltimo.
En el mes siguiente abril, los
gastos por este concepto, se ele-
varon a la suma de B. 24,793.50
y en el mes de mayo se reg
tro una planilla de B. 23,439.03.
Al Iniciarse, en junio el plan
de economas, la nueva Admi-
nistracin de la Caja logr dis-
I minuir los gastos a la suma de
B. 19,832.42 y ahora al entrar
en vigencia la reorganizacin,
los gastos mensuales juedaron
lijados en B 17,115.00. El
Gerente Solis dijo que rebajara
esta planilla an ms, pues a-
hora misino se pagan B. 1.310.00
a empleados eventuales que es-
tn poniendo al dia trabajos a-
trasados. La Gerencia espera fi-
jar definitivamente los gastos
de administracin en B. 16,-
805.00. Esta cifra comparada con
el promedio de los meses de
marzo, abril y mayo. Indica eco-
nomas mensuales de B. 7,939.74,
que arroja al ao ahorros por
cerca da cien mil balboas, como
Informamos ayer.
WASHINGTON, Julio 7 (UP)
Los funcionarlos del Depar-
tamento de Estado confirmaron
que la ceremonia de la firma
del tratado de paz con el Japn
se celebrar en San Francisco
en la primera semana de sep-
tiembre.
Esos funcionarios confirma-
ron la noticia dada por ios au-
xiliares del Alcalde de San Fran
cisco, ElrrWr Robinson, de que
John Foster Dulles, principal ne
goclador norteamericano en el
tratado de paz, haba informe-
do a Robinson que el Gobierno
haba seleccionado aquella ciu-
dad para la firma del convenio.
Los funcionarlos dijeron ^ue
la Cancillera haba decidido no
hacer el anuncio oficial sobra
esa cuestin en sos momentrs
debido a que se est informando
a los Gobiernos interesados so-
bre la decisin tomada.
Importante reunin
de los Miuras maana
Maana a las once de la ma-
ana se verificar una Impor-
tante reunin del Club Miuru
en los salones del Club Unin
para tratar asuntos de rutia
para los cuales se requiere la
asistencia puntual de todos les
miembros del club. El Presiden-
te, Seor Juan Ignacio Alemn,
solicita encarecidamente la a-
sistencla de todos ya que los *c-
tos que se van a efectuar coin-
ciden con el objetivo primordial
para el cual fu fundada al ins-
titucin.
"La paz de Corea slo ser el primer
paso hacia la solucin del problema
en Asia/ dicen los comunistas
Fndase una nueva
sociedad docente
en esia ciudad
Un numeroso grupo de edu-
cadores panameos de buena
voluntad y con el deseo de lu-
char por un Panam mejor, ha
sentado las bases para formar
una nueva sociedad que se de-
nominar "Pro-Educacin Na-
cional". El fin primordial que
persigue la nueva sociedad, es
el de defender la educacin na-
cional velando celosa y patri-
ticamente por los Intereses del
educador, alumno y escuela pa-
nameas; valindose para tan
noble fin de los medios y recur-
sos que la Constitucin, la ley
y la moral hagan viable.
TOKIO, Julio 7 (UP)Las
radio-emisoras comunistas de
Pekn y Pyongyang continua-
ron Insistiendo, en-vsperas del
comienzo de las negociaciones
preliminares para la suspen-
sin de hostilidades en Corea,
en que la solucin pacfica de
este conflicto era simplemente
el "prime paso-' hacia la solu-
cin del problema general del
Extremo Oriente.
Ambas radio-emisoras tam-
bin previnieron contra el ex-
cesivo optimismo, diciendo que
los norteamericanos podran a-
provecharse de la tregua pro-
puesta para continuar su 'agre-
sin".
Se pudo notar que la radio
de Pekn continu atacando al
Japn, ataques que se han re-
petido frecuentemente en lus
ltimos tiempos. Los ataques
de la radio-emisora comunista
(Pasa a la Pa I. Coi i>
Gran festival ofrece
esta noche La Masa
en el Jardn Balboa
Hoy a las ocho de la noche
se dar comienzo en el Jardn
Balboa al gran festival, orga-
nizado por La Masa, a bene-
ficio de la Cruz Roja Nacional,
que se espera alcanzar gran-
des proporciones por el enorme
entusiasmo que existe por ese
interesante acto.
Una gran cantidad de bole-
tos para la entrada a este fes-
tival ha sido vendida, lo que
denota el Inters que existe y
aquellas personas que hasta a-
hora no han podido adquirir-
los, pueden cmpralos a la en-
trada del Balboa, donde se ven-
den tambin al precio de un
balboa.
La concurrencia que se espe-
ra atrada por los diversos n-
meros que se presentarn y por
la tmbola, asi como por las
muchas sorpresas que ha pre-
parado La Masa, llenar to-
das las localidades del Balboa
y sentar precedente en asis-
tencia a festival alguno.
En pocas horas se vendi el
arroz del Agropecuario hoy
la Corte de La Haya y orden
proseguir la expropiacin
Centenares de personas invadieron esta maana la tienda-del Banco Agropecuario en el
Mercado Pblico, para comprar el arroz que haba cedido a Panam la Zona del Canal con
objete de aliviar la escasez que se ha venido acentuando en los ltimos das. En las fotos
se ve parte de la larga fila de personas que pacientemente esperan so turno para comprar
el codiciado grano. En la otra, una de las empleadas del Banco informa que se haba acaba-
do el arroz.
Aprobada por la OEA la reunin del
Congreso Infer americano en Panam
BOLETN
WASHINGTON, Julio 7 (UF)
El Consejo de la Organiza-
cin de Estados Americano*
aprob la celebracin en Pa-
nam del segundo periodo de
sesiones extraordinarias del
Consejo Inter-Americano E-
conomico y Social el 2C de A-
gosto.
WASHINGTON, julio 7. (UP)
El Consejo nter-Americano
Econmico y Social recibi in-
formes de so secretaria sobre
el progreso realizado en cuan-
to a la preparacin del temario
para el segundo periodo extra-
ordinario de sesiones de ese or-
ganism.
El Consejo iniciar su segun-
do perodo extraordinario de
sesiones en Panam 1 Zf de a-
gosto si la decisin tomada al
efecto es aprobada por el Con-
sejo de Organizacin de Esta-
dos Americanos que se reunir
el mircoles para estudiar aque-
lla propuesta.
So revel que el temario del
periodo extraordinario de sesio-
nes ser:
L-*reclos y reservas mone-
tarias.
a) Efectos de la regulacin de
Kicios en la economa de las
pblicas americanas y medi-
das para su mejor funciona-
miento.
b) Mantenimiento del poder
adquisitivo de las monedas y
reservas monetarias,.
IMaterias primas y produc-
tos escasos.
a) Estudio sobre las medidas
adoptadas para el aumento de
produccin y distribucin de
materias primas y productos es-
casos; y especficamente, de la
poltica de los pases america-
nos ante la conferencia inter-
nacional de materias primas.
3Transportes.
a; Evaluacin de la actual
capacidad de transporte; inves-
tigacin del mnimo requerido
para cumplir el programa de
defensa y satisfacer los reque-
rimientos civiles esenciales de
las repblicas americanas; es-
tudio de las medidas de coope-
racin tendientes a este obje-
tivo.
b) Rgimen de fletes y segu-
ros en el comercio inter-amerl-
cano. .
4 Cooperacin tcnica.
a; Examen del programa de
cooperacin tcnica de la Orga-
nizacin de Estados Americanos
para 1951 y bases para la for-
mulacin de un programa para
195.
5Cooperacin Social.
El Consejo aplaz hasta la
sesin extraordinaria que cele-
brar el mircoles proximo la
decisin sobre el proyecto de
resolucin creando grupos n-
ter-americanos para estudiar la
situacin de snaterias primas
escasas.
Se acord el aplazamiento pa-
ra que loa miembros del Con-
sejo tengan tiempo de estudiar
el proyecto de resolucin pre-
sentado por el delegado argen-
tino doctor Osidio Schiopetto
y el delegado norteamericano
Mervin Bohau
TEHERAN, Julio 7. (UP).
Irn rechaz la decisin de la
Corte Internacional de Justicia
de La Haya que sugera una
comisin mixta para adminis-
trar la industria petrolera de
Irn mientras se llegaba a un
arreglo de la disputa. El Minis-
terio de Relaciones Exteriores
de Irn hizo el anuncio al tiem-
po que el Embajador de Oran
Bretaa present una nota ex-
presando que Gran Bretaa es-
taba de acuerdo con el fallo.
Mientras se llevaban a cabo
las conversaciones diplomticas
el procurador anunci que Phi-
lip Stockil, ex-jefe de Informa-
cin de la Anglo-Iranian OH
Co., ha sido enjuiciado por ha-
ber destruido la propiedad del
Gobierno, se cree que documen-
tos de la Anglo-Iranlan. Stockil
Sall de Irn el mircoles pa-
sado por sugestin de la Em-
bajada britnica.
Un portavoz del Ministerio da
Justicia agreg que Richard
Seddon. representante de la An-
glo-Iranlan en Tehern, se en-
cuentra bajo vigilancia y qu*
otros funcionarios de la compa-
a tambin sern puestos bajo
vigilancia.
Mientras tanto, fuentes lnfor-i
madas dijeron que el Premier'
Mohamed Mossadegh telegrafo I
a los funcionarlos de la "Ira-;
nlan National Oil Company" que
prosigan con la expropiacin da
la compaa petrolera a pesar
del fallo de la Corte.
Irn ha declarado que con-,
sldera que la Corte Internado-,
nal de Justicia no tiene Juris-,
diccin en el caso y por lo tan-,
to no puede aceptar el ver-,
dicto como mandatario, pero a-,
greg que haba nombrado una.
comisin para que "estudiara lat
cuestin".
En la tarde de hoy lleg a
esta ciudad el Ex-presidente
de Guatemala, Dr. Arvalc
Esta tarde lleg a Panam
el ex-Presldente de la Repbli-
ca de Guatemala, doctor Juan
Jos Arvalo, distinguido inte-
lectual latinoamericano, quien
se dirige a la Repblica Ar-
.gaatna acompaado del Em-
bajador en se.
El doctor Arvalo fue recibido
por el Ministro de Guatemala
en Panam, doctor Osear Benl-
tez Bone, altos funcionarios del
Ministerio de Educacin, nume-
rosos intelectuales y miembros
de la colonia de Guatemala re-
sidentes en Panam.
Adems, en la maana da,
hoy hubo una reunin en el i
Ministerio de Gobierno y Jus-'
ticla a la cuaA aslstleronel Mfr>'
nlstro, Ing. Ricardo-"*: Bbiiu'M"*
dez, el secretarlo, Lie. Ivn Z-'
lga, y un nutrido grupo dai
intelectuales y representantes da
la prensa, con objeto de cru-
zar Ideas sobre la llegada del
Dr. Arvalo. .
'I
Se harn esfuerzos para intensificar
la produccin de petrleo crudo
en Estados Unidos y en el Caribe
NUEVA YORK, Julio 7 (UP)
Se harn esluerzos para in-
tensificar la produccin de pe-
trleo crudo en Estados Unidos
y lx zona del Caribe, de acuerdo
con un plan conjunto de 19 Im-
portantes compaas de Estados
Unidos reunidas aqu-
El plan esbozado en la reu-
nin y luego en rueda de peilo-
distas persigue tambin la reor-
ganizacin de las fuentes nor-
males de abastecimiento de lodo
el mundo para contrarrestar 2a
prdida de la produccin de
lian.
El Secretarlo de lo Interior,
Oscar Chapman, en funciones
de Administrador del Petrleo
para la Defensa, convoc a una
reunin para hacer frente a la
escasez petrolera de todo el
mundo como consecuencia del
temido cierre de la cuenca pe-
li olera de Irn y la refinera
ms grande del mundo en A-
badn.
El Departamento de Just;'.?
dar sil plan Inmunidad frente
a la ley contra monopolios y
cuando se tenga ste se darn a
conocer los detalles, lo que re
espera que ocurra la semar.a
prxima.
El plan requiere, como primer
Tendr que suspender
actividades aqu la
'American Protection'
La "American Protection", ha
s.do multada con B. 250.00 y a
U ves se le ha ordenado sus-
pender sus actividades, segn
resuelto No. 5 de 27 de Junio de
1951, dictado por el Director del
Departamento de Comercio y
Turismo.
La resolucin mencionada in-
dica que la "American Protec-
tion", ha venido operando ne-
gocio de Seguros, sin llenar los
requisitos exigidos por la ley.
Para fallar, el Director del De-
partamento se ha basado en un
precedente mediante el cual se
oblig a otra sociedad similar
depositar en el Ministerio de
Hacienda la fianza de rigor.
El resuelto ha sido oficiado
por conducto regular al Mi.ils-
tio de Gobierno y Justicia a fin
de que este funcionario proceda
en consecuencia.
paso, la formacin de una co-
misin especial de abasteci-
miento y distribucin para coor
dinar la Informacin sobre Uta
existencias e instalaciones ea
todo el mundo.. La comisin aa
compondr de 12 compaas.
Elige Directiva
la Asociacin de
Farmaceutas
Maana, domingo ocho de loa"-
corrientes, a las diez y mela I
de la maana se reunir en el
Instituto Nacional la Asociacin
Nacional de Farmacuticos para
elegir su nueva Directiva que ha
de regir durante el presente a-
o, y para discutir el proyecto
de Reglamentacin de la Far-
macia. Se espera la asistencia
de todos los farmacuticos-
Interesada en la rifa
de un chalet Doa
A. M. de Arias
Hemos sido informados pot
los organizadores de la gran
rifa del chalet a beneficio del
Santuario a la Virgen de Gua-
dalupe, Patrona de Amrica, qua
loa tiquetes estn circulando en
toda la Repblica, al precio de
cinco balboas, lo que da laa
facilidades a todos para que
cooperen con esta benfica obra>
que est llevando a cabo doa,
Ana Matilde Linares de Arlas. ,
Las personas interesadas eni
obtener sus tiquetes, pueden di-'
rlgirse a la seora de Arlas.
*lfono 3-0709, a quien le pue-
den hacer abonos y quien dar
las facilidades del caso a loa
interesados. Cada tiquete, le da
a los poseedores cuatro opcio-
nes que es una garanta al ba-
jo costo de tinco balboas.
El chalet est u bisado en la'
urbanizacin Campo Alegre, en'
la Via Espaa, donde todos pue-'
den ir a verlo.
Todas las personas que ten-
gan libretas, deben rendir cuen-
ta semanalmente a la seora
de Arias, quien espera de todos
amplia cooperacin para qua
cristalice muy pronto esta ini-
ciativa que redundar en gran-
des beneficios para al pas,
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REDUCCIN DE GASTOS EN EL
SEGURO SOCIAL
En nuestra edicin de ayer apareci la noticia
de que, desde ese da, entr en vigencia un plan
de reorganizacin en la Caja de Seguro Social, el
cual implicasegn se ha dichoun ahorro que
se calcula en cien mil balboas anuales. El plan pro-
puesto por la Gerencia fue aprobado por la Junta
Directiva en sesin efectuada el tres de Julio.
Es lgico pensar que la noticia aludida tiene
que ser recibida con simpata por parte de los con-
tribuyentes y los asegurados, quienes hacen po-
sible la existencia y el funcionamiento de esta ins-
titucin. Porque hay que tener presente que tanto
los patronos como los empleados tienen derecho a
saber lo que ocurre en la Caja y tienen, asimis-
mo, el derecho de exigir una adecuada administra-
cin para beneficio de todos.
Lo que ha sucedido en la Caja de Seguro Social
bien podra servir como elocuente prueba de que
en ot ros ramos del organismo estatal pueden hacer-
se reorganizaciones que tengan por objeto reducir
los gastos y, al mismo tiempo, establecer sistemas
ms sencilios y apropiados para la tramitacin
y solucin de los asuntos que tienen que pasar por
las oficinas pblicas.
En repetidas ocasiones, cuando se ha hablado
de la necesidad de ajustar nuestro presupuesto a
la realidad nacional, nosotros hemos puesto nfa-
sis en la conveniencia de hacer reducciones en la
Administracin del Estado a fin de que solamente
quede, en cada una de sus dependencias, un perso-
nal adecuado sin que se rebaje su sueldo, porque
ello implicara una injusticia. Como es sabido, exis-
te un nmero crecido, alarmante, de cargos pbli-
cos innecesarios llamados en lenguaje popular "bo-
tellas" que constituyen una carga para el pueblo
panameo.
Es de esperarse que con la nueva organizacin
administrativa de ,a Caja de Seguro Social comien-
cen a normalizarse las actividades de sta, espe-
cialmente en lo que se refiere a los Prstamos Hi-
potecarios que, como se sabe, estn suspendidos des-
de hace varios meses.
Con la reapertura de los Prstamos Hipoteca-
rios se cumplir uno de los propsitos de la ins-
titucin referida y se beneficiar no slo a los
asegurados que proyectan construir sus casas de
acuerdo con este sistema, sino que tambin se lo-
grara aliviar un poco el problema del desempleo y
se aumentara el movimiento comercial relaciona-
do con las construcciones.
Ojal la Caja de Seguro Social loirre el mayor
beneficio posible del plan que ha sido puesto en
prctica el cual, repetimos, segn lo ha informado
la Gerencia, representa una economa para la ins-
titucin de cien mil balboas anuales aproximada-
mente.
6t L^arruel
de WASHINGTON
DREW FEAftSON
Drtw Pearson dice: Los socios del x-Secrerario dt Defen-
sa Johnson enviaron estao q la China Comunista; Los
parientes de Chiang Kai-shek tambin enviaron esta-
o a los Comunistas.
WASHINGTON. I.os so-
cio* de la firma de abofados
de Louis Johnson, ex-Secreta -
rio de Defensa, y los parien-
te* del Generalsimo Chiang
Kai Shrk han sido sorpren-
didos envindole estratgico
estao a la China Comunista
pesar del hecho que tanto
Johnson como la familia de
Chiang han estado exigiendo
que los norteamericanos le
den completa ayuda a la Chi-
na Nacionalista en la la de
Formosa.
Los embarques de estao as-
cienden a 133 toneladas, lo que
representa una tremenda can-
tidad de este estratgico metal.
Esta cantidad fue enviada a
los comunistas en Tientsin en
1949 protegida por una licen-
cia invlida. Una cantidad adi-
cional de 90 toneladas de esta-
o fue enviada a Shanghai por
medio de una licencia falsa en
la primavera de 1949 y pro-
bablemente enviada a los co-
munistas tambin, aunque esto
no es definitivo.
Los embarques fueron dis-
frazados tan cuidadosamente
con falsas representaciones y
certificados que pas algn
tiempo antes de que el Se-
cretario de Comercio Sawyer
los descubriera. Sin embargo,
el Secretario de Comercio ha
tomado una accin vigorosa y
ha Impedido que la falsa
compaa de exportacin ins-
talada por su ex-colega en el
Gabinete siga obteniendo li-
cencias durante un periodo de
tres aos.
Es significativo que Louis
Johnson, cuando era Secreta-
rlo de Defensa, era el mis ar-
diente defensor de la ayuda
norteamericana al grupo de
Chiang Kai Shek en Formosa.
En varias debates en el Con-
sejo de Gabinete y con el De-
partamento de Estado, John-
son continuamente martilleaba
la importancia de Formosa. El
Departamento de Estado estaba
en desacuerdo y el Estado Ma-
yor del Ejrcito tambin esta-
ba en desacuerdo, parcialmente.
En ningn momento, du-
rante estas disensiones, John-
son re?el que l o sn firma
de abogados eran los repre-
sentantes legales de los pa-
rientes de Chiang Kai Shek.
Ni tampoco se revel que, en
el mismo momento en que
Johnson propona la ayuda a
Chiang, tanto los parientes
do Chiang como los socios de
Johnson estaban enviando es-
tae a los onomigos de
Chiang, los comunistas.
JOHNSON NO SABIA
Johnson tiene la excusa de
que no sabia lo que la falsa
compaa establecida por su
firma de abogados estaba ha-
ciendo, ya que en 1949 haba
sido nombrado Secretario de
Defensa. Sin embargo, parece
me no hay excusa para aue
Johnson hubiera dejado de fa-
miliarizar al pblico o a sus
colegas del Gabinete con los
pagos que su firma de aboga-
dos reciba de la familia de
Chiang.
La compaa que enriaba el
estao a la China comunista
es la "Yangtie Trading Cor-
poration", y su organizacin
es sumamente interesante. Es-
ta fue registrada por la fir-
ma de Johnson en 1943, mu-
cho antes de qne ste entra-
ra al Gabinete, y parece que
sta era una de las panta-
llas para las operaciones fi-
nancieras de los cuados de
Chiang, quienes dicho sea de
paso, son uno de los ms ri-
cos en Estados Unidos.
El gerente de la firma es E.
Y. S o o n g, sobrino de T. V.
Soong, el ex-Ministro de Re-
laciones Exteriores de China y
amadsimo de Chiang Kai Shek.
Su mayor accionista es L. K.
Kung, hijo del doctor H. H.
Kung, otro cuado de Chiang.
Soong es hermano de la seo-
ra de Chiang, mientras qua el
Dr. Kung est casado qon la
hermana de Madame Chiang
Kai Shek. Tanto Soong como
Kung han vivido en Estados
Unidos durante los ltimos aos
y ocupan mansiones palaciegas
en las afueras de la ciudad
de Nueva York.
E. Y. Soong, sobrino del ex-
Ministro y gerente de la
"Yangtze Corporation", ha si-
do acusado oficialmente por
el Departamento de Comer-
cio de haber desviado los em-
barques de estao a personas
en la China que no estaban
autorizadas a recibirlos. Tam-
bin se le acusa de permitir
qne otra compaa enriara
estao a la China Comunis-
ta bala una licencia de ex-
norlacin expedida por la
"Yangtze Corporation".
SOONG ADMITE SU CULPA
Soong admiti los cargos
y renunci a todos los dere-
chos de Juicio, lo que signi-
fica una admisin de su cul-
pabilidad.
Adems de Soong y Kunr.
Im otros miembros de la
"Yangtze Corporation", son los
socios del ex-Secretario John-
son. El residente de la Di-
rectiva es Chesney M. Carney,
socio de Johnson en la fir-
ma de abogados. El presiden-
te v secretario de la com-
oaa son George W. Me
Owain y Ktagsley R. Smith,
tambin socios de Johnson.
La "Yangtze Corporation"
est registrada en Nueva York
como una comoaia de Vir-
ginia Occidental con oficinas
en el edUiclo del "U n I o n
Bank" en Clarksburg. Vircinia
Occidental, v en el edificio
"Kanawha Vallev" en Char-
leston, Virginia Oceidental. Da
la casualidad que en estos
dos edificios tambin tiene
su oficinas la firma de abo-
gados de Johnson.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hasta las diez de la maana del da 23 de Julio del
presente ao. se recibirn propuestas en el Despacho del
Gerente del Banco Agro-Pecuario e Industrial para el sumi-
nistro de:
3.000 (tres mil) quintales de caf corriente de
buena calidad.
El Pliego de Cargos y Especificaciones podr obtenerse
cualquier da hbil en la Secretara del Banco Agro-Pecua-
rio e Industrial.
EDUARDO VALLARINO
Panam, Julio 6 de 1951.
Gerente.
Avenida Central 91
con una ptquea cuota
semanal de
50< 75< B/.1.25
puede ser Ud. la duea de
una preciosa
VAJILLA
de Porcelana.
OFRECE LOS MEJORES
CLUBES
de MERCANCAS
en plaza
AVISO IMPORTANTE
Para hacer ciertos cambios que mejo-
rarn el servicio, la corriente elctrica
era suspendida el prximo Domingo,
da 8, de 7:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m., as:
Lado Sur de Calle 9a. desde Ave. Me-
lndez hasta la playa y ambos lados de
las Calles 10a., lia. y 12a. desde Ave.
Mr lender, hasta la playa.
Compaa Panamea de Fuerza y Luz

COLON
Crese que la proposicin de Malik es
motivada por l bloqueo econmico
Por JAY O. HAYDEN
(N. A. N. A.)
WASHINGTON, J, .Jacob Malik, one present
rl sbado la Inesperada proposicin de pas sobre Corea, fu el
arquitecto de la nica concesin anterior hecha por la Unin So-
Titica en inters de la pas: el levantamiento del bloqueo de Ber-
ln el 12 de Mayo de 1949.
Y una cronologa de los eventos anteriores y posteriores a
tal accin quiz pueda suministrar la clave de lo que ocurre
ahora.
El propio Stalin ech la bola a rodar el 27 de Enero, en sus
respuestas a preguntas Indudablemente planeadas por l pero
hechas por Kingsbary Smith, un corresponsal norteamericano.
Stslin dijo entonces que "no vea obstculos" a la suspensin de
las restricciones impuestas por Rusia para el acceso a Berln,
siempre que las potencias occidentales estuvieran de acuerdo en
"posponer el establecimiento de un gobierno occidental alemn,
mientras se realizaba una reunin para considerar los problemas
alemanes en conjunto."
El detalle Importante en esta declaracin, que despert en loe
Estados Unidos la esperanza de llegar a un acuerdo, fu que Sta-
lin omiti completamente una anterior demanda rusa sobre un
convenio monetario alemn como condicin para suspender el
bloqueo de Berlin.
El 15 de Febrero, en el saln de delegados en las Naciones
Unidas, en Lake Success, Philip C. Jessnp, un consejero del De-
partamento de Estado norteamericano, le pregunt a Malik si
este detalle tenia alguna significacin. Este inici una gran se-
rie de conversaciones detrs de bastidores entre Jeesup y Malik
v entre ambos y sus gobiernos, que duraren un mes.
El 15 d Marco Malik dijo a Jessup categricamente que la
omisin de la cuestin monetaria en las declaraciones de Stalin
no haba sido ciertamente "accidental" y qne Rusia estaba dis-
puesta a dejar esa cuestin a la consideracin de los ministros
de relaciones exteriores de los Cuatro Grandes, cuando stos se
reunieran.
Seis das ms tarde Rusia ofreci levantar el bloqueo, sin
exigir otra cosa qne la suspensin de las restricciones comercia-
les que los aliados occidentales haban dictado como represalia,
y la fijacin de una fecha para iniciar his negociaciones gene-
rales sobre Alemania.
El bloqueo fu levantado tal como se plane. Pero la espe-
ranza de que esto marcara el principio de una verdadera colabo-
racin rusa con el occidente result vana. Andrei Vishinsky,
quien represent a Rusia en la conferencia de cancilleres, se
mostr tan intransigente como de costumbre. El nico acuerdo
a que pareca haberse llegado, para restablecer la independencia
de Austria, fu echado a rodar por Vishinsky en el ltimo mo-
mento.
La nica conclusin a que puede llegarse en relacin con el
levantamiento del Moqueo de Berlin es que Rusia decidi que
ella y sus satlites especialmente Polonia y Checoeslovaquia,
estaban sufriendo considerables perjuicios con la suspensin del
comercio entre el este y el oeste. V una razn similar, en rea-
ion con Corea, China y otras regiones del Lejano Oriente, pue- I
de ser la que baya impulsado al Soviet a buscar la pas en Corea.'
Se afirma que Polonia y Checoeslovaquia han renovado sus'
quejas por la forma en que son tratadas por Mosc, y al mismo
tiempo, las relaciones entre Rusia y China parecen no ser todo
lo cordiales que se quiere aparentar.
Hay, por supuesto, una marcada diferencia en la iniciativa
de paz sobre Corea, en el sentido de que en este punto Rusia slo
es un tercero, sin participacin directa en la lucha, que se lleva
a cabo oficialmente en nombre del gobierno del norte de Corea.
Aunque en la guerra participan cerca de nn milln de soldados
comunistas chinos, son calificados de "voluntarlos", y aunque es
notorio que la mayor parte de las armas, tanques, aeroplanos,
etc., con que cuentan los comunistas chinos y coreanos provienen
de Rusia, ni un solo soldado ni oficial ruso ha sido capturado en
Corea.
Lo primero que las Naciones Unidas tienen qne averiguar,
por lo tanto, es hasta dnde estn hablando los rusos en nom-
bre de los chinos o los comunistas coreanos al proponer la cesa-
cin de hostilidades en el paralelo SS.
Puede ser que el seor Malik slo haya querido aprovechar-
se de las ventajas de la red de estaciones de radio de que dispo-
nen las Naciones Unidas para iniciar un movimiento de paz cal-
culado para beneficiar la causa comunista. "La Voz de Amrica"
ha estado indicando en las ltimas semanas que los Estados Uni-
dos estn dispuestos a suspender las hostilidades en el paralelo
3S i* ha pedido a sus oyentes extranjeros que le escriban a Sta-
lin pidindole que haga una manifestacin Igual. "Deseamos la
pai". dije la citada estacin, "y no nos avergonzamos de decla-
rarlo. Sabemos quin puede poner fin al conflicto: Stalin. Si
cada uno de los oyentes escribe a ste una carta ahora mismo,
Mosc ser inundado por nn diluvio de correspondencia que lo
afectar hasta en sus cimientos. La direccin es muy simple:
Al Generalsimo Stalin, en el Kremlin, Mosc".
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En eat* seccin daremos eabida a tetes asneJisu
qne es nea dirijan, sebee Untes te inters -
que no sean demasiado
EL CIERRE A LAS SEIS
Panam, junio 30 de 1951
Sr. Director de
El Panam Amrica"
E. 8. D.
Seor Director]
Suplicle nuevamente la hos-
pitalidad de ese prestigioso ro-
tativo. Esta ocasin ser para
referirme, dado el clima propi-
cio que existe para ello, ai "cie-
rre a las seis". Medida que yo
considero muy conveniente y de
positivo beneficio social, tal co-i
mo la llamara el inteligente y
dinmico ex-Alcalde Vega Mn-
dez, pero creo que se comete
una injusticia al excluir de la
obligacin de dicho cierre a
las farmacias o boticas.
Resultan sorprendentes y has-
ta sospechosos, para cualquier
observador imparclal, los in-
justificables privilegios de que
son objeto las farmacias o bo-
ticas. Digo injustificables, por-
que las razones que en senti-
do contrario se aducen no coe-
nestan en absoluto la injusticia
que se comete con los emplea-
dos de estos establecimientos,
quienes forman un grupo signi-
ficativo del comercio.
Parece que los "dueos de bo-
ticas pretenden esconderse' tras
la cortina de humo que expele
sus redomas para soslayar el
cumplimiento de las disposicio-
nes y leyes que obligan a to-
dos los comerciantes. Para ellos
no cuenta eso de dar a sus
empleados un da libre por ser
mana, ni las ocho horas do-
trabajo, ni atienden los cierres
por orden del Ejecutivo, a.cau-
sa de duelo o de fiestas do
la Patria; y \ti importa un Co-
mino con las disposiciones que
en Wen del obrero trae el c-
digo respectivo. He aqui un
buen dato para el Inspector
General del Trabajo.
No cabe el buscar como ra-
zn de tales anomalas el que
las boticas presten un servicio
pblico y que por lo tanto han
de permanecer abiertas; porque
ahi estn las llamadas "boticas
de turno" con una subvencin
municipal de ms de. doscien-
tos balboas por mes, precisa-
mente para que presten esef
servicio pblico permanente. Si
las boticas de turno no llenan
su cometido, culpa es de las
autoridades que les disimulan
sus irregularidades y no de loo
trabajadores de farmacia. Mo-
dernos esclavos que hipotecan
su salud y sus vidas desde las-
seis de. la maana, hasta las
diez y ms horas de la noche
por una misera paga.
Ojal que las autoridades a
quienes competa este asunto no>
pongan "odos de mercader" y
hagan que este grito de deses-
peracin de los trabajadores de
farmacia no se pierda en la
noche de la injusticia.
Max Miranda.
Cd. 472130.
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 ano en curso.
Se pagar con descuento hasta el 31
de Julio, a la par hasta el 15 de Agosto
y de esa fecha enmaderante eon recargo.
f :
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Sale el 12 de Julio y Regresa el 23 de Julio
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BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
Se hace saber al pblico que el Banco est tomando las
medidas necesarias para solucionar la escasez temporal de
arroz que se ha presentado en estos das.
Al mismo tiempo, se informa que el Banco tiene a la
venta papas nacionales al precio de cuatro balboas (B/.4.00)
el quintal.
Finalmente, hacemos saber que el Dr. Humberto Ugo-
lottl. est poniendo a la venta a bajo precio* una cosecha de
camote dulce de semilla americana, cosecha que asciende a
ms de sesenta mil 160.000) libras. Este producto es muy
nutritivo y ms barato que el arroz.
Panam. Julio 6 de 1951.
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin (Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
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Efectuamos operacin** de prstamo eon saraatiai de
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La tregua ser negociada a base de la
actual linea de operaciones en Corea
Revelan las nuevas
Instrucciones que
dieron a Ridgway
Por Steffan Andrews
(NANA)
Las declaraciones de Acheson
impresionan a los Ingleses
Por H. J. Sargint
(NANA)
WASHINGTON, Julio 7 (EPS)
El General Rtdgwa>, coman-
dante de las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas en el Lejano O-
rlente, ha recibido instruccio-
nes de negociar una tregua en
la presente linea de operacio-
nes en Corea, y no con base
en el paralelo 38, segn se ha
sabido de buena uente.
Este lnorrhe fue suministra-
do por un alto funcionario que
colabor en la redaccin de
las instrucciones enviadas ai
general Ridgway.
La tregua, si se negocia con
base en ellos, pondra a las
fuerzas de las Naciones Uni-
das casi en el paralelo 39, en
lo que al frente oriental se
refiere. La linea actual se ba-
sa en el paralelo 3& en la par-
te occidental de Corea, pero en
el Este sube haqla el 39.
Aunque el texto oficial de
las Instrucciones no ha sido
publicado, se sabe que incluy
el nombre del comandante co-
munista con quien Ridgway ten-
dr que negociar.
Este nombre se obtuvo de
los delegados rusos en las Na-
tDnes Unidas que han parti-
pado en las' conversaciones
preliminare de paz. Las otras
instrucciones incluyen:
1El retiro de las fuerzas
combatientes a posiciones diez
millas al Norte y diez al Sur
de las que ahora ocupan, res-
pectivamente.' .
2 -El canje de prisioneros,
".uno por uno", con los comu-
nistas coreanos y chinos.
*3El retorno de los guerri-
ros comunistas y de las fuer-
zas del Sur de Corea a sus
respectivos territorios.
Al hacer estas recomendacio-
nes como bas de las negocia-
Otones de tregua, el Departa-
Sento de Defensa norteame-
cano insiste en que deben to-
barse todas las medidas nece-
sarias para impedir que los co-
munistas se aprovechen de Ja
suspensin de las hostilidades
para preparar una nueva ofen-
siva
Cas instrucciones difieren bas-
tante de las redactada en di-
ciembre pasado por las Nacio-
nes Unidai .especialmente en
fanto omiten toda referencia
asuntos polticos tales como
Wtm"g'WBMW *' m*'
aresode la Chirm- Comunista en
las Naciones TJhldas.
Voceros del Departamento de
Defensa dicen que Ridgway ha
recibido instrucciones acerca 'de
corno debe, .proceder. para ob-
tener la. tregua sobre una base
puramente militar, qu prote-
ja los avances realizados por
(lis fuerzas en Corea.
'Estas ocupan ahora posicio-
nes bien al Norte del paralelo
en la costa oriental, inclu-
yendo algunas Islas de gran
wnportancia. estratgica frente
?! puerto de Wonsn. Los ofl-
ales norteamericanos desean
conservar estas islas como ba-
les para los abastecimientos.
$ Ademas,- ke supone quo de
LONDRES, Julio 7 (EPS
La situacin en Abadn, que el
pblico britnico no ha- toma-
do muy en serlo hasta ahora,
ha sido en cambio tratada con
gran gravedad por el Secreta-
rlo de Estado norteamericano,
Acheson, quien ha declarado
que "se aproxima rpidamen-
te al desastre".
Esta es la primera vez que
la palabra "desastre" ha sido
usada en conexin con esta
crisis por un estac ta de alto
rango, y como cor.*.'Cuencia de
ello el pblico britnico est
prestando ya mayor atencin
3ue antes a todo lo relaciona-
o con el caso.
Excepto por los polticos de
extrema Izquierda y sus segui-
dores, el pueblo britnico est
unido en su apoyo a cualquier
clase de medidas que sean a-
doptadas para proteger las vi-
das y las propiedades de sb-
.dltos britnicos. En efecto, la
queja que ms oye es la de
que el gobierno ha procedido
con demasiada lentitud en las
medidas que ha adoptado y que
desde hace tiempo se deba ha-
ber enviado un barco de gue-
rra britnico al golfo Prsico.
En este sentido, ha causa-
do muy buena impresin el
anuncio de que una flotilla de
destructores norte americanos
est visitando la regln de
Shatt-el-Arab. en dicho -gol-
fo. Es una feliz coincidencia
que el Departamento de Marina
de Washington decidiera mos-
trar la bandera de las barras y
sean conservarlas porque ellas
constituyen tambin una base
para un desembarco en gran
escala, si los comunistas violan
la tregua.
PntorMfef/
"'Ihnph.""
estrellas, all en estos momen-
tos.
La visita del Embajador nor-
teamericano Walter Gilford al
ministerio de relaciones exte-
riores britnicos, precisamente
cuando el ministro Herbert Mo-
rrison Iba a anunciar el des-
pacho del crucero Mauritius a
"las vecindades de Abadn",
ha tenido tambin muy buen
efecto en la opinin pblica, ya
que recalca la Identidad de la
poltica de Gran Bretaa y Es-
1 tados Unidos en la disputa.
En relacin con el debate so-
bre Irn ocurrido la semana
pasada en la Cmara de los
Comunes, es significativo com-
parar la forma en que el dis-
curso de Morrison fue escucha-
do y luego comentado. La opo-
sicin, que estaba enfurecida
por la actitud de Morrison al
principio, aprob la resolucin
del gobierno de enviar un cru-
cero a Abadn, con una una-
nimidad mayor que la de los
propios laborLstas.
La oposicin estuvo conforme
con la poltica oficial; un ter-
cio de los laboristas tambin
la aprob, en tanto que otro
tercio no lo hizo y los dems
simplemente se abstuvieron de
manifestar su opinin.
Lo que oblig al gobierno a
adoptar medidas que pueden a-
traerle el calificativo de "im-
perialista" es la posibilidad de
que subditos britnicos se vean
envueltos en serias dificultades
personales.
El capitn del Mauritius se
enfrenta ahora a una situacin
que ha sido familiar para la
marina de guerra britnica du-
rante siglos, o sea. la discusin
de un serio problema diploma-
tico con un pas atrasado, que
comprende las cosas mejor
cuando desde las ventanas del
sitio en que se discute pueden
verse los caones de un buque
de guerra.
El capitn Edward Price, que
es el oficial en cuestin, ocu-
pa-a su vez un sitio especial en
la armada britnica. Es el ni-
co oficial de aviacin que co-
manda un gran barco de gue-
rra. Esto no se debe a que
el almirantazgo haga caso omi-
so de los derechos de los pi-
lotos navales a ascensos, sino a
que la mayora de ellos son de-
masiado jvenes para tener los
derechos de antigedad necesa-
rios para obtener el mando de
un buque.
El "Mauritius tfene tina tripu-
lacin de 980 hombres y est
armado con doce caones de
seis pulgadas de calibre, ocho
caones antiareos y otros le
de diferentes clases. Tiene una
velocidad oficial de treinta y
tres nudos, que puede ser au-
mentada a treinta y cinco, al es
necesario.
Aha Presin Sangunea
M te AJ Prel. BtngulnM l.
emuM m*ro, dolor** *n #>i coraron,
do.nre i cabeza. dIScultad para
rouplrar, 1ndit*mlo, palpitacin! y
tobillo Inflamado, Ud. puedo lorrar
alivio casi Imtantnoo do toa ln-
toroa pellgrooo cob HYNOX. Pida
HTNOX a xi armarla favorita hov
limo y M aonlira ao ** Jo
It 4a poco alaa.
Colombia elimina
requisitos para
los turistas
BOGOTA, (Especial). Co-
lombia acaba de poner en vi-
gencia un sistema de tarjetas
de turismo para los visitantes
de este pais, eliminando la ne-
cesidad de visas, segn la In-
formacin que ha sido propor-
cionada por Panagra.
El decreto emitido por el Go-
bierno colombiano dispone que
cualquier ciudadano de un pais
que mantiene relaciones diplo-
mticas con Colombia, puede
entrar al pais como turista me-
diante la obtencin de una tar-
jeta de turista de cualquier cn-
sul debidamente autorizado. Es-
ta tarjeta de turista ser v-
lida por 90 das de permanen-
cia en Colombia y se emite sin
costo alguno para el viajero.
La medida tan Importante
que ha sido tomada por Co-
lombia hace ahora factible pa-
ra los turistas que utilizan la
ruta Panagra, visitar Colombia,
Panam, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chi-
le y Argentina, ya sea con tar-
jetas de turista o sin nece-
sidad de obtener visas de cual-
quier ndole.
Anticipan unas
elecciones en la
Rep. Argentina
BUENOS AIRES. Julio 7 (UP)
Las elecciones argentinas pa-
ra cubrir ms de diez mil car-
gos pblicos de eleccin popu-
lar, desde la Presidencia de la
Repblica hasta concejalas
municipales, se celebrarn tres
meses antes de lo sealado,
cuando se aprui be en el Con-
creto un proyecto de ley pre-
sentado hoy po/ los peror.l-.tas.
Ei proyecto constituye una
prouuesta de reforma electoral
y estipula la c..->.rraclon o e-
ltvc iones el domV.g) -1 de no-
viembre de cs'.e ao, en vez
del 24 de febrero de 1952.
El proyecto de ley, que tiene
189 clusulas, propone entre
otras novedades, reemplazar la
actual representacin de la C-
maia de Diputados establecien-
do un sistema He circunscrip-
ciones, cada una de las cuales
eie.Jr un oiputndo
Ahora cada provincia elige un
RED
Panamericana
7.090 Kcs
HOY
BOX SBADO
Ritmos del Norte
Carrera
Msica tiplea
Carrera
Bobby Cap
Carrera
Msica variada
Carrera
Bailables populares
Carrusel musical
Grandes organistas
del mundo
El Plano Mgico
Nuestros artistas
Acordes porteos
El Hit Parade
Serenata d*e las Americas
Soils y Gmez
Msica tiplea
Zarzuelas de Hoy
Intermedio escogido
A bailar
Canciones favoritas
En el mundo de los
Clsicos
Buenas noches
P.M.
3:30
3:4p
4:00
4.15
4:30
4:45
5:00
5:15
5:30
6:30
7:00
7:15
7:30
7:45
8:00
8:30
8:45
M:uu
9:30
1(1:00
10:45
U:U(|
12:00
INSTITUCIN DE CARIDAD GANADORA DEL ter. PREMIO
DEL Vo GRAN CONCURSO LAVASOL
MAANA DOMINGO
8:00 Buenos das
8:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
1:30 Vladimir Sellnsky
y su orquesta
8:45 Ritmos del Norte
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 El Concierto Matutino
10:00 Msica brasilea
10:15 Espaoleras
10:30 Cancionero de la Maana
11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
11:15 Msica tiplea
11:30 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de salon
PM.
12:30 Ritmos bailables
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
1:00 Salvador Muoz
y su ritmo
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Estampas mexicanas
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Cancionero de la larde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera_________________
diputado por cada 49,000 ha-
bitantes y se asignan dos ter-
cies de las diputaciones asi dis-
ponibles a las coaliciones ina-
yorltarlas y un tercio a los ml-
rorltarlos. El iiuevo sistema es
algo parecido el ingls
El Asilo de Nuestra Seora situado en Calle 27 Oeste No. 41, fu el favorecido do]'
la suerte con B .500.00 en efectivo.
En la foto arriba aparece la Srta. Rosa Fajardo directora del plantel, recibiendo el
cheque de manos de la Sra. lisa de Pick, en representacin de la Ca. Panamea de
Aceites, S. A.
Vemos tambin a las niitas de dicha Institucin presenciando este acto, quienes
expresaron su agradecimiento cantando en coro la conocida tonada "LAVASOL CON
BLANCOSIL, LAVA LA ROPA MEJOR.
DOMINGO Io DE JULIO
Y TODOS LOS DOMINGOS B. 100,00
REUNION DE BACHILLERES
DEL 42 DEL INSTITUTO
El sbado pasado a la 1 de
la tarde se llev a cabo en el
jardn El Rancho, una reunin
de los bachilleres del 42 del
Instituto Nacional, con asisten-
cia de numerosos graduados de
ese ao. Se discuti problemas
de vital Inters para sus miem-
bros y se acord nombrar una
directiva Interina para la rea-
lizacin de las ideas que se
expusieron, quedando Integrada
por Jos B. Martnez Haradou,
presidente: Ral Aponte, vl-
ce-presWente: Armando Daz
Wong, secretarlo; Vctor Char-
les, tesorero y Leonel Ferguson
y Ramn Mendlzbal como vo-
cales.
Los Bachilleres del 42 pro-
yectan reunirse nuevamente e!
da 14 de Julio en el Jardn El
Rancho.
New York Times comenta el
juicio seguido en Yugoeslavia
al periodista William Oatis
NUEVA YORK, julio 7. (USIS)
La condena del periodista
William Oatls por un tribunal
comunista en Checoeslovaquia I
es una hiriente tragedla, segn
declara el New York Times, el
cual expresa que el procesa-
miento del periodista como el
de los dignatarios religiosos en
Europa Oriental, es una Ilus-
tracin del uso del terror co-
mo Instrumento de poltica.
Dice el Times en un edito-
rial Intitulado "Tcticas de Te-
rror":' '
El horrible monstruo de la
"justicia" comunista ha recla-
mado otra Inocente vctima,
William Oatls. Corresponsal de
la Prensa Asociada en Praga,
va ahora a la prisin despus
de un simulacro de Juicio en
el cual l fue un smbolo, el
smbolo de un mundo libre y
decente incrustado en las men-
tes criminales de sus victima-
rlos, quienes quisieron hacer de
l una imagen del "imperialis-
mo occidental". Para ellos Oatls
era un rehn, para nosotros se-
un mrtir.
Al descender el teln de esta
hiriente tragedla, debemos pofi
nuestra propia salud y clari-,
dad mental, tratar de enten**
derla. Jams podremos vencej^
al comunismo a menos que se-i
pamos qu es lo que le dT
vida y cmo funciona esa mu
quina de Moloch. Es claro quw
los soviticos no haran pur-|
ga y proceso tras proceso si es-i
te sistema no les diera resulrf
tados por lo menos los ayudarai
a mantener en el poder.
Pueden estar equivocados er
sus clculos,'y no seria la pri**
mera vez. pero el. hecho lmrf
portante es que ellos creen qua
estn haciendo algo que vale la
pena a hacer. De otra manera
no se habra repetido el cas
del Cardenal Mlndszenty es ti .
ao el arzobispo de Hurtara,
Monseor Oroesz. ni se haDril .
repetido el caso de Robert Vo
geler en el periodista Oatls.
Lo que vemos es un ataqui
a la Iglesia y a las democrat
cas occidentales, no con la)
esperanza de destruirlas o da-
arlas, sino de socavar su ln|
fluencia dentro del bloque co
munista. Y el mtodo emplea-i
do para ello es el terror.
En la Bodega Central situada en Ave. Central No. 202, su
propietario Sr. Laudelino Garea entrega un cheque por
B/. 100.00 al Sr. Francisco Fidel Alvarez el feliz cliente
MONTEZUMA de esta semana cuyo boleto No. 7145 sali
en el primer premio de la Lotera el 1 de Julio. Presencian
el acto las acuciosas empleadas de la Bodega, Berlda M.
de Zayas y Bsilia Andrade.
RON MONTEZUMA
SUPERA LA CALIDAD DE LOS ROES
IMPORTADOS Y ES PANAMEO
La Red Panamericana
anuncia un "primerazo

confe
en llantas
ATLAS
Quiere usted viajar con SEGURIDAD,...
COMODIDAD y ECONOMA? Las llantas
ATLAS le ofrecen todo sto... y algo mst
las llantas ATLAS dwin ms! Deseche las
llantas viejas y adquiera la llanta que le
da ms por su dinero: ATLAS*

DC VENTA N U HTWIW SCIVHMQ !*
7 La direccin de la Red Panamericana con-
sidera haber logrado otro xito ms para el
pblico panameo en presentar esta noche a
las 8 p.m. "El Diario de Una Mujer."
"El Diario de Una Mujer" es una dramatiza-
cin radial obra del insigne escritor cubano.
Samuel Caldevilla quien descubri el tema de
su obra por medio del Aviso Oportuno del Pa-
nam Amrica. Cmo? Un da del mes pasado
la direccin de la Red Panamericana avis ?*
los concurrentes de sus estudios que haban en-
contrado un diario abandonado... Samuel Cal-
devilla ley el anuncio, le intrig el desarrollo
y accin contenida en l... y la Panamericana
tiene hoy un primerazo!
"El Diario de Una Mujer" ser, desde esta
noche a las 8 en los labios de Anita Villalaz una
realidad que captar los corazones de todo
Panam.

_____to.


FAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMEKICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, JULIO 7, ltSl
- CRUCIGRAMA -
HORIZONTALES:
1Una pareja, Inv.
ASbalo, pez.
9Bebida alcohlica.
12Escuchar.
HRelativo a la senectud.
HRepeticin de sonido.
15Relativo a la profilaxis, Pl.
18Gua de los navegantes.
$9Ninfa que fue cambiada en
roca.
20Palma de adorno.
22Atrasos, retrasos.
26Del verbo rasar.
Jr7 Nombre de mujer.
-Clera, enfado.
-Adverbio de. modo.
DSucesos, ocasiones.
1Tratamiento espaol.
pEmbarcacin, nave.
J3Extremidad de las aves, Pl.
54Residencia, habitacin.
35Ouarniciones de las
caballeras.
87Apellido de un famoso
poeta espaol.
88Amarr.
IBInfusin argentina.
HO De forma relativa.
46Se atreva.
(17Alimento de caballeras.
4fiApcope de tanto.
'49Articulo, Pl.
SOSaludables.
51Demostrativo.
VERTICALES:
. 1Preposicin. Inv.
2Desembocadura de un rio
en el mar, Inv.
3Que tienen profesin
. determinada.
?Agarradera.
.5Alelado.
CITACIN
Se cita por este medio a to-
los miembros de la socie-
ad Jaqu Unido, a la reunin
el dmlnao nueve en la es-
ela Nicols Pacheco, frente a
14 plaza de Herjr.
Se pide puntual asistencia .
ftdos los miembros.
CENTRAL
MAANA-
GRAN MATINAL
Con Lindos .Regalos!
*
MAYORES y NIOS
Precio nico: 0.25
juna romntica y suave
meloda silvestre ...
avalorada por
estrellas de
primera
magnitudl
IfUCCIONH le rile
IMKH SO
milln*! 4% Itftortt
en tee I myneV

WALT DISNEY
^DENTRO DE
MI CORAZN'
l Um ti Un Heart)
i*r.ih,. wa im kuuh iomi
HMtTUHT-iumptmii
'IOIITDIM0U
injido pat
UIOLD SCHUSTEI
I glorioso / ^**rt*'J
RHdlCOlOR W r*o*;j.- *
Lo magia de DISNEY en
una pelcula inolvidable
para Chicos y Grandes!
6Organizacin de Naciones
Americanas, Inlc.
tConforme a su original.
Tratamiento real, Pl.
9De modo recogido.
10Ave domstica.
11Nosotros.
16 Especie de cuchillo.
17Departamento del Per.
20Embuste o trampa.
21Medir con el rasero.
22Flores.
23Dios griego del amor.
24Volcn de Costa Rica.
25Igual al 50 horizontal.
27Entrgale, reglale.
30 Casillas.
34Pruebe un vino o licor.
36Letra griega.
37Lechos.
39Alimento providencial.
40Lista o catlogo.
41Demostrativo.
42Instituto Vocacional
Argentino, Inic.
43Del verbo venir.
44Yunque de plateros.
45Letra castellana.
SOI.UCTOX DE AYER
rara nranrara Pirara
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Levantadas de Noche)
Ayude a sus Rones
re ensrpo humano m dMhac* dl
xcmo de cidos y desperdicio vene-
nosos ds la sangre, por medio ds los
nusvs milln*, ds diminutos tubos o
flltroe ds los rlflonsi. 81 estos veneno
de los rlflonea o la vJI.P- lo hacen
sufrir con levantadas nocturnas, ner-
viosidad, dolores de piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolores ds las coyunturss,
srldts o ardor en los conductos, de-
bido a la necesidad ds estimulante
diurtico, pruebe Cystsx.
Ushfss dsl cido rico v los
venenos coa la receta mdica llamada
Cyatex, qus es un diurtico stimu-
lants ds tos rlfonss y paliativo pars
la Irritacin funcional de la vejlaa v
vas urinarias sn sitado de acides.
Cystsx aatlsracsr a usted completa-
viente y ser la medicina que usted
ecesUa. Pida Cystex hoy mlsmc
en au lar-
macla fa-
vorita.
ecna. riaa wyiitx n
..Cystex
La Junta de Educacin revisar
todos los nombramientos hechos
As declararon funcionarios
de Educacin en David en una
Mesa Redonda celebrada all
DAVID, Julio 7 (Corresponsal)
Grata impresin causaron las
declaraciones formuladas por el
Ministro de Educacin Berm-
dtz y el Secretario Zlga en
mesa redonda que se llev ji-
bo en la emisora local "La Vo
del Bar" al responder con lu-
jo de razonamientos y sinceridad
las preguntas iormuladas p..r
periodistas radiales.
Los caciques no tienen lnfluen
cias polticas en nombramientos
de maestros declar el Secreta-
rio Zlga, respondiendo a pre-
gunta que le fu ormadada: 'es
tamos convencidos que el pas
ntceslta maestros y no caciques
y le estamos dando maestros
Por otra parte la Junta de
Educacin har una revisin to
todos los nombramientos hechos
hasta ahora y ello demostrar
que hemos actuado con todr.
pulcritud; finaliz el secreUilo
lga. Adems del MinUtro
Bermdez, concurrieron a osla
reunin el Inspector de educa-
cin Manuel J. Hurtado coodi-
rector del peridico radial "El
Mundio", don Manuel Roy Direc
tor de Educacin Filca, Direc-
tores de colegios secundarios r
escuelas primarias y otros fun-
cionarios del ramo de aducaclon.
Se considera de provechos in-
calculables para la educacin
provincial la visita de estos fun-
cionarlos, ya que han podido
enterarse de diversos proble-
mas pendientes de solucin c.u
a no dudar sern resueltos con
prontitud.
Se pedir a la Escuela Normal
que los maestros practiquen
en sus comunidades este ao
AGUADULCE, julio 7. (Co-
rresponsal). Padres de fa-
milla de este Distrito se han
acercado a este corresponsal
con el propsito de inlelar ges-
tiones que seguramente respal-
darn los padres de familia de
los maestros graduandos de la
edificacin de esta obra que so-
le aspira a formar de la adoles-
cencia de esta comarca Indl/l-
duos aptos para los embates de
la vida merced al Influjo de ti-
na educacin adecuada-para el
efecto.
Normal de Santiago, tendientes
a conseguir que las prcticas
docentes del prximo semestre
sean dadas en los lugares resi-
denciales de los Interesados.
Huelgan consideraciones al
respecto ya que solo el factor
econmico seria punto sobra-
do para optar por lo que se
solicita. Fundada* esperanzas
existen en los padres de re-
solver satisfactoriamente este
incidente ya que el director
Bayand siempre ha gozado del
suficiente tino en cuestiones de
administracin escolar.
Reporte Semanal

El Mercado de Arroz
en los Estados Unidos
Sigue la agitacin en Aguadulce
para solucionar el problema de
la escasez de aulas secundaras
AGUADULCE, Julio 7 (Corres-
ponsal) Ayer qued consti-
tuido el comit de accin pro
eocuela secundarla de Aguad ul-
ce todas las Instituciones cvi-
cas de la localidad forman par-
te de este organismo, entre Us
que mencionaremos la Alcaldi?.,
El Concejo del Distrito, el Ciub
de Leones, el Gremio de Saline-
ros, el Hospital Marcos Robles,
cen su distinguido galeno al
frente del movimiento, el pres-
btero Jos Villar Allende como
Jefe espiritual de la Orey agui-
clulcea, etc. realmente resuita
indescriptible el desborde el
ms puro esfuerzo y de la ms
avasalladora f en el xito de
esta cruzada en aras de Miner-
va, la olmpica diosa de la cui-
tara.
El domingo 8 de los corrientes
N celebrar un grandioso mi-
tin en el parque central de la
poblacin. El lunes 9 se llevar
a cabo otra reunin en la pla-
a de Pocri.
Los Ministros de Educacin y
de obras pblicas fueron invita-
dos por el pueblo aguadulcco
para que asistan el doce de los
XITO
DE LA MSICA DE 1951
AMOR
PERDIDO

MAMBO
y
Canciones
*
AMALIA AGUILAR
LA REINA DEL BAILE MODERNO
PEREZ PRADO
EL CREADOR DEL RITMO
**
MARIA VICTORIA
MARIA LUISA LANDIN
LOS LTIMOS MAMBOS CAL1ENTITOS. ..
LAS CANCIONES MAS MODERNAS. ..
LAS MUJERES MAS HERMOSAS...
-
MUY PRONTO

corrientes a una reunin que
habr de celebrarse en el aula
mxima de la escuela Alejandro
Tapia E. para exponer, conside-
rar y resolver todos los proble-
mas ataen a la construccin
ael edificio donde deben funcio-
nar el ciclo secundario de eta
ciudad. Por este medio rogamos
a la prensa istmea colaborad
con los aguadulceos, exhur-
tando al gobierno Nacional para
que emprenda cuanto antes la
CANAS
I iatei.i con at* remedio cajero, fcil }
barato: Un cuarto litro da asua, una cu-
charada de (licerlna. 8 cucharada da tU>
Ruis (o agua de Colonia) ana eajita d<
Compueato dt Barbo. Compra ealoa in-
grediente en la botica, uatcleloa an
batalla j "**!* para reir ana rana
ron laa Indcaclonaa la e* MI Coa
puaato de Barbo.
g&jeoQ
EL MERCADO DE ARROZ
MEJORA
Los mercados del arroz me-
joraron durante la semana que
acaba de terminar con un au-
mento de exportaciones, segn
Informes del Departamento de
Agricultura de Estados Unidos.
La demanda domstica conti-
nuaba floja con las cotizacio-
nes sin cambio alguno, cantida-
des moderadas de arroz conti-
nuaron envlndose a los terri-
torios. La nueva cosecha con-
tina progresando en Califor-
nia y Tejas aunque la ame-
naza de una sequa contina
siendo serla en los sectores del
Sur de Louisiana.
ARROZ EN CASCARA
En Tejas prevalece un tiem-
po ideal para la cosecha, la cual
ser excelente. En Louisiana la
cosecha sigue en condiciones
excelentes, pero se necesitan las
lluvias para limpiar los canales
en donde el agua salada est
aumentando. Se esperar que la
recoleccin del arroz Zenith co-
mience en algunos sectores en
la' ltima semana de Julio.
Los mercados de arroz en cas-
cara de California permanecie-
ron inactivos, ya que la cose-
cha de 1990 est casi comple-
tamente vendida. Unos cuantos
lotes dispersos fueron vendidos
en las semanas anteriores.
ESCASEZ DE SACOS
Loa agricultores estn Ten-
diendo el arros en bruto sin
empacar, ya ue existe una
gran escasea de sacos.
ARROZ DESCASCARADO
El mercado de arroz descas-
carado tuvo bastante movimien-
to como resultado de ventas
de ms de un milln de quin-
tales para la exportacin al Le-
jano Oriente. Los Informes so-
IfBORATORIOS
ZOILO RUIZ A. & CA.
HOY
TEATRO LUX
1:30, (, 6:25, 8:50 p.m.
CECILIA
En el Corasn de la Ciudad!
ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
TEATRO
REX
COLON
LA APASIONANTE HISTORIA DE UN TORERO VALIENTE Y COBARDE A LA VEZ!
OS BRAVOS
imtsiitwAs
rr
(THE BRAVE BULLS)
UNA PELCULA SUPERIOR ... Y SIN
PRECEDENTES!
A nada le tema... mientras Ella estuviera
a su lado., ni siquiera... a lo$ TOROS
BRAVOS...!
COR Alt!...
SANGRE!...
GLORIA!...
bre exportaciones demuestran
que 525,000 quintales de arros
Zenith fueron vendidos a In-
donesia durante la presente se*
mana a $0.05 el quintal, entre-
gados en los puertos del Sur.
La "Commodity Credit Corpo-
ration" compr 330,680 quinta-
les de arroz California Pearl pa-
ra ser exportado durante el pre-
sente mea a $8.25-8.38 el quin-
tal, entregados en San Fran-
cisco.
L distribucin de arros du-
rante la presente temporada,
incluyendo arros de primera,
secunda y residuos, sama a un
total de 18,778,tOt quintales. Du-
rante el mismo periodo de la
temporada pasada se distribu-
yeron 18,477,000 quintales.
A comienzos de Junio los mo-
linos tenan un equivalente ds
3,155,000 quintales de arroz des-
cascarado. De esta cantidad
2,256,000 quintales eran de Re-
xoro, Patna y Bluebonnet; 526,-
000 de Zenith; 29.000 de For-
tuna, 59,000 de Nlra, 86,000 de
Roses, 66,000 de Magnolia, 47.000
de Souther Pearl, 39,000 de Rex
Nlra y 47,000 de otras varieda-
des.
En el mercado de Houston los
comerciantes cubanos hicieron:
varias compras. Las compras
cubanas consistieron en grana
xrande, por el cual pagaron.
$11.30 el quintal con 30 por
ciento de quiebre y $11.00 por
aui"<'-l con 5 por cient* d**'
quiebre.
Los molinos estaban ofreclen*
do muy poco arroz y los corn*
pradores no podan obtener a*
rroz de segunda a precios jus-
tos. El mercado de Nueva Yor
continuaba firme con las export
(Pasa a la Pgina 6. Columna >
^' "wESEMAN
HST
CENTRAL ,
1:15 :!> l:S l.H :
Burt LancwUr Virginia Mayo
an
'EL HALCN y la FLECHA'
^t Tecnicolor!
CUC
TEATROS LUX y CELIA
Un drama intimo de un torero y una
mujer que le enseft lo que es la
Gloria... y el Miedo!...
[
TOROS
BRAVOS"
con MEL FERRER
MIROSLAVA
Y los Mejores Toreros
Mexicanos! __
BFLLA VISTA
MARAVILLOSA COMEDIA MUSICAL!...
Blot CROSBY Naary OLSON Robert STACK
Graaetao MARX en
"EL AMOR VIGILA"
TEATRO TROPICAL
Marie Steven* Alex Nlcol
Reberl Douglai. en
'Prisionero de Guerra'
tu HABLAN... MATAN...
^S^ALLAfOjUtBEN^^
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aira Acondicionado
~Paul Kelly Bonita
Oranvllle, en
"ACUSADO DE ALTA
TRAICIN"
- y -
"LA LLAMARADA"
con PEDRO IINFANTE
con MEL FERRER MIROSLAVA
INVENCIBLE ante la bestia en la tarde... DOMINADO
por la pasin en la noche...
Un Hombre con SED de Conquista...
Una Mujer con HAMBRE de ser Conquistada...
OLE!... OLE!...
Moona LUX
(Matinal 11:00 a.m.)
Otros dos Captulos de la
Interesante Serle:
"CAPITN AMERICA"
Episodios 13-13
- Adems: -
"MALHECHORES del VALLE'
_TEATRO TIVOU__
John Oarfield, en
"SU ULTIMO RECURSO"
- y -
"TRES SECRETOS"
____TEATRO IRIS___
Nin Sevilla Tila
Junco, an
"VICTIMAS DEL PECADO"
___HJSPANO___
Pedro Infante, en
"EL GAVILN POLLEROA
- y -
CASA DE VECINDAD"
VARIEDADES
GRANDIOSO RXTTO MUSICAL'
7 C^-"lon y por primera vai en
* an la pantalla: al nuevo
ritmo. EL BATIRI!
Ramon ABMENGOD

Emilia GUIU
'
_Glorio ROS
- en -
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Soberbio Doble en Espaol!
Prez Prado Dolly Bisters
Mulatas de Fuego, en
"ESCUELA DE MODELOS"
- y -
"LA CORONA de HIERRO"
La mejor pelic
u^taUana'
TEATRO EDISON
""LA" ISLA" DEL' TESORO"
(En Colores)
- y -
"HERENCIA MORTAL"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"ENIGMA de las TORRES"
(Capts. 1-2) Ademas:
"VICTIMA DEL TERROR"
"COMPROMISO MORTAL"
VISTERMOSA
'"O. REY DE LOS HOMBRES
COHETES"
< Episodios 9 y 101
"EL ESPECTRO DEL VAMPIRO"
PRIMA VI
I A Mr
PACIFICO
"Nueva Arralara* at I
Jatee Jaatet" (11-13) |
"La Daga Sangrienta"
y
La_Aaaaj IlMLta"
IDEA L
"LA ESCUELA DE
LA VIDA''
- y -
"ALAS EN LA
^JULA^^
APOLO
"SERENATA EN
ACAPVLCO"
DQQ^FVELT "c*plU" Ar**rl" <' **>) Aeevaaa:
_______________ "Saasre Hpica" y "El Hermane Infame"
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SBADO. JULIO 7. 1931
..AMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
PAGINA CINCO
r
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKedd
ccin
Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono J-J1I2 HORAS: 1:61 a 16:60 a.m.
Apartado 134
.<
Recepcin
8.E. el Embajador de Argen-
IIoh, Coronel Julio Lpez Mu-
iz y seora Marta 8. de Lpez
Muftlz han enviado invitacio-
nes para una recepcin, que
en ocasin de la Fiesta Patria
Argentina, ofrecern el lunes,
en la sede de la Embajada de
7 p.m. a 8 p.m.
6>
( o
.1
l
.
'
Atasajo
El seor Alfredo Fonseca y
seora Maria Eugenia M. de
Fonseca, ofrecieron anoche una
comida en su residencia, para
agasajar a la seorita Maria
Teresa Healy y al Lie. Roberto
R. Alemn, quienes contraern
matrimonio prximamente. La
seorita Healy y el seor Ale-
mn fueron agasajados tam-
NOOYEBIEN!
atilea m hombro j mujart qua
o podan or blan f qua talaban
eaal ardua Sabido a catarro an I
lo. ahora atan hadando la afor-
tunada dmoubUr'a da tPAKTEX.
Murhoa dicto qua ahora puadan or
I tic tac d un reloj a uaa dlalanta
da 10 matroa. Compra SPANTBX a a
an farm..-! hoy mlamo. Va lo
caro que ailmu'.a or blaau
r

Vea Nuestras
Vidrieras
ACABAMOS DE RECIBIR
un nuevo embarque de
Novedades Chinas
(Jarros para Cerveza, Band-
Jitas para Alfileres, Adornos
de Pared, ele.)
De la famosa casa
NEWHALL POTTERIES,
ENGLAND
Decorados con Ilustraciones
de escenas de
CHARLES DICKENS.
Los bien conocidos caracteres,
como, Pecksniff, Bill Sykes,
Sairey Gamp, Bumble,
Cuttle, Qiiilp, etc.
fzclusivos donde
Ave. Tivoll 14 Calle del Frente
Panam Coln
bien por el seor Jorge Ramn
Paredes y seora Alda A. de
Paredes y por el seor Antonio
Paredes y seora Nena V. de
Paredes quienes ofrecieron hoy
un almueizo en su honor.
Banquete en el Club Unin
El Club de Leones ofreqe es-
ta noche un banquete de Gala
en el Club Unin durante el
cual tomar posesin la nueva
Directiva para el ao 1951.
En El Panam
Esta tarde a las 3 p.m. se
Inaugurar con una exhibicin
acutica, el Club Cabana de el
hotel El Panam.
Cambio de Residencia
El seoi Carlos Ctarcia de Pa-
redes y seora Marta G. de
Garcia de Paredes, han trasla-
dado su residencia a Juan Fraa
co, en donde se ponen a las r-
denes de sus amistades.
Despedimos cordialmente a la
seora Louise de Scheibla.
quien sigue hoy para Nueva
York por la via area.
De los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Nueva York vi-
sitando a sus familiares regre-
s hoy a Panam la seora
Nlta N. de Lewis, acompaada
de su hijo Jos Guillermo. La
saludamos.
Procedente de Canad regre-
s hoy a Panam en donde pa-
sara la temporada de vacacio-
nes la seorita Berta Isabel
Arias Chiari. Grata estada le
deseamos.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
seor Enrique L Boyd y seora
Fania O. de Boyd, quienes cum
pen en esta fecha t-elnta aos
de casados.
Enfermos
Pronta meiora le deseamos
a la nia Edna de la Guardia
Alemn quien, sufre quebrantos
de salud en su residencia.
Restablecidos
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das recluida en su resi-
dencia, se encuentra completa-
mente restablecida la seora
Marina P. de Mndez. Nos ale-
gramos.
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del seor Ral de la Guar
da Jr. quien abandon la' Cl-
nica San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Manuellta P. de Valds
Sra. Klta P. de Tribaldos
Sra. Marta Z. de Brid.
Srta. Xenla de Jann
Srta. Judld .Elvira Angulzola
Herrera.
Dr. Gabriel Sosa
Sr. Rogelio Garca de Paredes
Pr. Ernesto Mndez Jr.
Sr. Rene Estripeaut
o. Juvenal Hernandez
Nia Marlsabel Vives
Minerva Obdulir Villavlcencio
Sra. Is? bel Ruiz
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Carlota Isabel V. de Aro-
semena.
Sra. Isabel D. de Kodat
Sra. Carmen I. de Jimnez
Srta. Isabel Brid
Ing. Rodrigo Porras
Lie. Vctor Mirones
Sr. Pau. Kowalchlk
Nia Lia Maria Alvarez Quel
quejeu
Nia Arleen Thayer Strunz
Nio Carlos Miguel de Roux
Lpez.
Nio Ral Estripeaut Barrios
Nia Maria Luz Monz.
Advenimiento
Nuestras felicitaciones a los
esposos don Blas Agulrre y se-
ora Enriqueta de Agulrre por
el feliz advenimiento de una
preciosa niita llegada con to-
da felicidad ayer en el Hospital
Santo Toms. Llevar por nom-
bre Elsa Isabel Agulrre.
Velada en Honor a la
Repblica Argentina.
La Mesa Redonda Paname-
rclana de Mujeres de Pa-
nam ofrecer una velada
lirlco-muslcal maana domingo
8 de Julio a las 8.30 en el Tea-
tro Nacional con la participa-
cin de elementos destacados
en el arte y la asistencia de
amigos y simpatizadores del
pals hermano y de la Mesa
Redonda Panamericana de Mu-
jeres de Panam, la velada ha
de tener el xito esperado.
CASPA
Para limpiar la eaaaa y calmar la aicaton
lave tu cabaaa y la de aua niftoi coa la ao
mad* champ Piojina. Picaionea an la caber-
y el cuerpo; erupciones leyee en U aid, an
folla y rajadura! en loa piee, Piojina la
'ra. Deatruie paratitot en la rabera
rtci vclloaaa. Compre PIOJINA en bo-

Abundant* y tierno pollo.'
Ricos y clorados talla rias.
SOPA DE POLLO CON TALLARINES
COHUfNSADA RlriDC OBll IXIJA lo ITIO'l'r hu'. Y III ANCA
WDUSTRIAS -
TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
Ave. Feo. Boyd No. 4041
Coln. R. P.
Telfonos:
1002*1003
LECHE FRESCA
MANTEQUILLA FRESCA
RICO HELADO
Todo Inspeccionado
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCIN1
I'el. 431 Aptdo ItM
Felicitaciones
La seorita Lucia Plzarro ce-
lebr ayer viernes su onoms-
tico. Aunque algo tarde le na-
cemos' llegar nuestras felicita-
ciones.
Aniversario de matrimonio
El seor james J. Evans y
seora Rosa Mizrachl de Evans,
celebran en esta fecha un ao
ms de unin matrimonial. Pa-
ra ellos nuestros saludos con
tal motivo.
Cumpleaos de maana
En el dia de maana se ve-
r muy felicitada la seora do
a Alba Guaragua de Mouynes,
esposa de don Ramn Mouynes,
por celebrar sus natales. Que-
remos ser los primeros en fe-
licitarla.
Llega maana a su primer
ao de vida el nllto Alberto
de Abate, hijo del Joven hogar
de Alberto de Abate y seora
Elsa Morales de Abate. Le de-
seamos al pequeo Albertlto
muchas felicidades en su dia.
Maana cumple aos Isabel
Guerrero. Nuestros votos para
que goce mucho y viva muchos
aos ms.
El nllto Rafael Vsquez, hi-
jo del hogar del Dr. Rafael
Vsquez Prez y seora Dallla
de Vsquez, celebra maana su
primer a de venturosa exis-
tencia. Hasta la ciudad de Pa-
nam hacemos llegar nuestras
felicitaciones al pequeo Ra-
faellto y formulamos votos por-
que goce de salud y bienestar.
filara la., f\eina ra
if la., ruerna ranamemana
*
Imparta Fulgor y Lozana
A Sus Labios
ala
tiaW
MARMA
[MARAA
HABLEMOS
del HOGAR u
de la MODA'
TANNUI
U'LlaUlr)
KSiVO
noy
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Novena a la Virgen
del Carmen
Desde hoy sbado se dar co-
mienzo a la tradicional novena
de la Virgen Santsima del Car-
men. Se invita cordialmente a
los numerosos devotos de la Vir-
gen Carmelita a que tomen par-
te en los solemnes cultos de
nuestra Catedral. Durante la
novena se Impondr el Santo y
milagroso Escapulario a cuan-
tas personas lo deseen.
Toma de posesin del
Club de Leones
La nueva directiva del Club
de Leones tomar posesin el
martes 10 de ls corrientes en
los salones del Club de Extran-
jeros. Con tal motivo los Leo-
nes preparan para ese dia un
suculento banquete seguido de
un baile que ser amenizado por
la orquesta Ases del Caribe. Se
nos Informa que habr grandes
sorpresas.
Juventud, gracia, belleza, dulzura, espiritualidad, alegra, ta-
lento y bondad, tal es la sntesis de su graciosa Majestad Mary
I, "Cielo y Mar".
Espigando sonrisas por todos sus dominios y en un sublime
acorde de alegra y grandea, har entrada triunfal a su Palacio
Real, El Instituto Pan-Americano, a las 8:00 p.m. hoy 7 de Julio,
la encantadora soberana de la simpata y la gracia.
Como se forman en las manos blancas los ramo* de rosas
cundo se las pasa cortando por entre los canteros floridos de un
huerto primaveral, asi se aunaron corazones e Inquietudes juve-
niles para llevar al ms alto pedestal del triunfo a su Majestad
Mary I y que reine hoy en sos dominios la raave fragancia de
delicados manojos de flores y se escuchen lea arpegios ms sono-
ros del encanto y la alegra caricias de ensueo vertir la
vos candorosa de la linda soberana.
Y con la gracia que es lus y que es vida en su Palacio Real,
rendirn sus ms caros tributos a la atractiva soberana, las prin-
cesas y embajadoras de los mayores encantos: Raquel de la Igle-
sia, Leyda Jan, Esther Lemm, Mara Elena Castillo, Prances von
Lindemann y Amalla Latorraca. Como protectores de los encan-
tos y virtudes de la Reina y sus princesas, acompaan los ede-
canes ngel Sierra Goyta y Carlos Mazo Romero, y los caballe-
ros Rodrigo Ramirez, Victoriano Rodrigues, Rogelio Dias, Benja-
mn Paredes, Alfredo Cadet y Jos Barcia.
Como nn canto de f y armona, y con una sonrisa de bon-
dad y dulzura, Su Majestad Mary I regar a manos llenas flores
de idealidad, de virtud y cario. Oh la Grandeza que se prosiga
con la Sencillez de su Alma!......
3 -
Carnavalito en el
Club de Extranjeros
Esta noche el Club Estudian-
til ofrece un carnavalito en los
salones del Club de Extranje-
ros en honor a ls estudian-
tes que se encuentran pasando
sus vacaciones ar lado de sus
familiares. La entrada costar
so>mente un balboa para ca-
balleros, damas cortesa. Este
festlv l bailable ser ameniza-
do por la conocida orquesta
TroDicana. Todos estn cordial-
mente Invitados.
EMPEINES
.,"" Loa empeines,
* la tina y otras in-
fecciones se eliminan
pronto con al
JABN Y UNOINTO
BLANCO t NEGRO
Significativo progreso realiza
en un ao el programa del
Punto Cuatro en varios pases
WASHINGTON, Julio 7 (USIS)
La cooperacin tcnica en la
agricultura entre los Estados
Unidos y los paisas latinoame-
ricanos ha sealado significa-
tivo progreso durante el pri-
mer ao del Programa Punto
Cuatro, declar el lunes un vo-
cero de la Administracin de
la Cooperacin Tcnica.
Se refiri el Informante al
ao fiscal da 1060-51 que fi-
naliz el 30 de junio ltimo.
El vocero dijo que al Presi-
dente Truman aprob la ley
sobre fomento internacional, la
cual autoriza el Programa Pun-
to Cuatro, el S de junio de
1850 y que la primera partida
anual estuvo disponible el 6 de
septiembre de 1950.
Debido a que la cooperacin
tcnica entre Jos Estados Uni-
dos y la Amrica no es nueva,
va que algunos proyectos ha-
blan venido funcionando des-
de 1940, el Programa del Punto
Cuatro ha registrado en esos
Leu "El Aviso Onortuno"
insecticidas
en uno. con el
El nuevo Insecticida P LIT, de accin
instantnea j efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque condenar.
(T3s!
D. b. T. j CLORDANO, para efec-
tos duraderos; I S O B O R N I L j
PIRETIUNAS, para matar insec-
tos instantneamente.
OTRO PRODUCTO (*S*o)
i lata no tiene el soldidito. no es E l I T
pases resultados mayores que
en las partes del mundo donde
no era bien comprendido, dijo
el vocero.
De los 31 acuerdos generales
del Programa del Punto Cua-
tro actualmente firmados, la
mitad lo han sido con los pa-
ses latinoamericanos. Son stos
Panam. Bolivia, Brasil. Costa
Rica, Chile, Colombia, Repbli-
ca Dominicana, Ecuador, Haiti.
Honduras, Mxico, Nicaragua,
araguay y Uruguay. El mea pa-
sado estaban llevndose a cabo
proyectos en esos pases asi co-
mo en Cuba, El Salvador, Gua-
temala y Venezuela, donde se
han Instituido esas labores, pen-
dientes de la firma de acuer-
dos generales.
Con excepcin de Venezuela,
el Programa Punto Cuatro en
cada uno de estos pases com-
prende proyectos sobre abaste-
cimiento de alimento* y agri-
cultura.
La Cmara de Comercio de
EE.UU. pide cooperacin m
estrecha con Amrica Latina!.
WASHINGTON, Julio 7 (USiS>
Tanto los Estados Unidos co-
mo las naciones de la America
Latina deben hacer concesiones
comerciales si es que deben a-
provecharse de la creciente in-
terdependencia econmica, se-
gn expresa un estudio de la
Cmara de Comercio de ete
pas.
El estudio ha sido publica-Jo
bajo el titulo de "La Inlerue-
.endencla de las Economas de
Ettados Unidos y la Amrica
Latina". Cita las cifras del co-
mercio y la Inversin para de-
mostrar que las dos zonas cid
Hemisferio occidental se han
hecho cada vez ms lnterdepcn-
cilentes planteando la cuestin
de una potiea futura para el
fomento de una Interdependen-
cia provechosa.
El futuro dice, la Cmara oe
Comercio presenta tres pro-
blemas: asignaciones controls
comerciales y precios.
"En el primero df. ellos es cii-
ro la responsabilidad de los Es-
tados Unidos. En el segundo c-
so la responsabilidad es de ul
dos partes En el tercero, la res
ponsabllidad es en au major
parte, aunque no exclusiva de
ios pases latinoamericanos", di-
ce el estudio.
Los Estados Unidos deben a-
gnar una cantidad suflclen'.e
de sus productos a los pases
latinoamericanos a fin de ate-
Uer sus necesidades, o hacerle
frente a la prdida de ese mer-
cado ante una Europa que ic-
surge. informa la Cmara de
Comercio. El estudio se refine
adems a la situacin de la se-
gunda guerra mundial cuando
los pases latinoamericanos acu-
mularon dlares y balances de
oro y despus tuvieron que a
torios en un mercado Infla

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NOVEDADES MORRISON
t. 4* Jalla
2 l-441
BOTICA CARLTON i
At*. Mtlantf II.Mt
Tal. CCala.
SALON DE RELI.EKA AMERICANO
Cant II ata Na. H.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
CaUa "H" Na. II Paaun
Ava. Cotral iz-i:aCala.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
^E V!?NDcN>Mquinas dt escribir SE ALQUILA:Apartamento dos re-
nuevos, tipo oficina, a B. 120.00. i
"Porras" Plore 5 de Mo\o.
cmaras, garage, balcones.
39 No. 2.
Calle
SE VENDE:Vilelo Africana 0.50 SE ALQUILA:Apattamento moder-
Cts,, pepo blanca, 8.1 00, rseles no, independiente. Uno solo reci-
bientes y muchas plantos mis. mora, garoge. Via Belisario Porras
Vio Porras, Calle 10 No. 1. 168.
SE VENDEN:Mquinas calculado-
ros almonos nuevas, morco
"BRUNSVIGA" B. 145.00. "Porros"
Plaza 5 de Moyo.
SE VENDE:Caf Nacional en gra-
no al por mayor. Productos Na-
cionales S. A. Telfono 2-0028
Aportado 1984. Pona mi
SE VENDE: Madera usada para
formaietas, a seis centavos el pie
cuadrado. Ptywood de 5-8" en
tomnos de 3 x 8 a diez centa-
vos el pie cuadrado. Ocurra al
Abattoir Nacional en Paitilla.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo apartamento
en Avenida Norte No 41. Para in-
formes ocurro o Ingeniera Ame-
i do, S. A. Ave. Mxico y Calle 27
Este. Tel. 3-0050.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE; Carro Studboker,
Champion, 1947, buenas condicio-
nes. Aceptamos ofertos arriba Bt
350.00 tal como est en la Em-
bajada, de Nicaragua. Via Espaa
. y Calle 51 No.. 1, Ponam.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDECorro 41, Pontiec Coupe.
Tel. Balboa 6338. Miss Schuldt.
SE ALQUILA:Aportmentos limpios
y cmodos en Calle la. Perejil No.
12. Informes en lo misma coso,
cuflrto No. 1. atrs.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento con dos
recimoros, sala-comedor, garoge,
etc., cosa 135, Va Belisario Porras.
Llame Tel. 2-1456.
SE VENDETocadisco morco "Webs-
ter" portable. 3 velocidades, tie-!
ne propia alta voz sin usar. Barato. '
Tel. 2-2359. Joyera Hawaii, Cen-
tro 56.
SE VENDEN:Cachorros finos. 6'
semanas, calle 9a. final, barriada
Panam-Amrica, Parque Lefevre,
Flis. Vilor. ^^^ l
SE VENDE;Aporeto de aire acon-
dicionada "Philco", para oficina,
3-4'W.P., B.285.00, en perfectos
cdndiciones. Mquina de cine "Ko-
dak" 16 m.m.. B.300.00, como
nuevo. Lava platos elctrico en
perfectas condiciones, $250. Ca-
lentodor de' agua. 25 galones, ca-
I si nuevo, 6.75.00. Dirjase Casa
del Pantaln. Avenida Central No.
S7,' Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Por B.8500, opor-
tamento de dos recmaras, sala co-
medor y cocina. A familia peque-
a. Ocurra Apto. 5, Via Espaa
IC6, frente garita policio.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado con
cocino y balcn completamente
independiente. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblodo a
caballero solo, de buenas costum-
bres. Estudiante. No. 92, Apto. A.
SE ALQUILAN: Cuartos en Colla
la. El Carmen. No. 91. Informes
1 en la misma cosa.
SE VENDE:Por solo $250.00 cash
puede comprar corro Plymouth
coupe 41. Valo calle 47 No. 5
o llame Tel. 3-3362.
SE VENDE:Buick Special De Luxe
1950, seis meses uso, 5.000 mi-
llos, muchas extras. Llame Fort
Gulick 88-220.
GANGA! Packord 1947, modelo Su-
per-Clipper. Motor y Carrocera
perfecto estado. Llantos y tapicera
nuevas. Derechos pagados. Precio
especial de B.1.000.00. Violo en
No. 17 Calle 25 Oeste. Pregunte
por el Sr. Sucre.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
Sb ALQUIU>:Local para oficina,
arribe del Teatro Central
CA. DI LI'IVRE T.l. 2-32
VKNDI L0TIS
Pete Inicial minlme B. 100.00
Memital 1.15.00
a Lotes can Callas y Acuductot de
la Ciudad desda B.1.00 al marro.
.. Alquilamos equipo pesado pata
movimiento de tierra,
a Alquilarnos lote* o largos plazos,
a Club da Ions, B.3.00 y B.4.0
semanales
GUIA
COMERCIAL
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene para la
vento Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE:Refresqueria del Tea-
tro. Tropical. Gron oportunidad.
Facilidades de pogo. Pida infor- I
mes en el Restaurante del Hotel '
Internacional.
SE VENDEAbarrotera, precio gon- i
ga, por motivo enfermedad. Calle j
12 No. 16, Sen Francisco. I
SE VENDE: Chalet en calle 10,
Nuevo Cristbal. Informes Fran-
cisco Frofomenl. Tel. 1145-L,
Coln.
SE ALQUILA: Soln Arcos pare
fiestas o bailes. Lime Tel. 2-2522.
SE COMPRA
ISE COMPRAPlancho vapor "Slex"
y Refrigeradora Servel kerosene 4
< pies. Llamar Sra. Beatriz, Tel. 3-
- ,.0733. _____________________
IMPRENTA!! Tiene Ud. una impren-
to para trawios comerciles que
no te produce, desea olquilarla,
asociarse o venderlo? Comuniqese
con Lv, Tel. 3-0471, apartado
1045, Pbnam.
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SE NECESITA
General
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto paro personas
de buenas costumbres. Calle 5a.
No. 36.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado
B.6.00 por semona, pora hombre.
Avenida Lefevre, Parque Lefevre.
I No. 32.
,'SE NECESITA:Barbero en calle 21
*Centrol. Barbera Panamericana.
SE* NECESITA:Cajera y varios em-
-pleadas para e Club Zomby. Tel.
-0I35._________________________
SE NECESITA:Cuatro jvenes, am-
bos sexos. Bien representados y ex-
periencia en ventos. Avenida Cen-
tral 47 Apto. 23.
SE NECESITA: Dependenta que
I- >le ingls y castellano. Indispen-
sable que tengo experiencia. La
Moda Americana, Ave. Central
No. 102.
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto grande, bien
amoblado, con entrada indepen-
diente, e persona o pareja seria,
sin nios. Avenida B No. 29, se-
gundo alto.
SE ALQUILA: Magnifico cuarto
omoblado, frente ol mor, servicio
independiente. en:elente vecinda-
rio. No. 5. primera escalera. Plaza
2 de Enero.
LECCIONES
i----------------------------------------
'nstruccin para estudiantes avanza-
dos de piano. Clsicos, msica po-
pular y msica fundamental, para
1 estudiantes de poca experiencia.
Studio de piano Bennett's, Juan
B. Sosa No. 9, Tel. 2-1282.
SE ALQUILA;-Local paro deposita,
aproximadamente 600 pies cuadra-
dos, con telfono, cntrico; $50.00
mensuales, infrmese telfono 2-
2643, Sr. Luis Boutin.
SE ALQUILA:Los bajos case Na
50 calla 13 Oeste, ltimamente
ocupados por Contina' Patio Pa-
nameo, todo list< paro abrir otra
contina, tambin opropiado para
refresqueria, tienda, almacn, o
depsito.- Miguel Hive, telfono 3-
2145.
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MOCUM INVERTIR SU DINERO
SIN DEMORA EN:
Casas de Apartamentos. Chalets, en
i los diferentes sectores de la ciudad y
'sus afueras. Lotes en El Cangrejo, Al-
'tos del Golf,. El Coco y Las Cumbres,
a precios de actualidad. Infrmese,
Rehart MM. 2-1215
2 ele Inoro Na. 1.
SE ALQUILA
Acaban do 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 6 2-1619
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet tres recima-
ras y amplios comodidades. Colle
43 No. 25.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, buenas referencios. Buen
sueldo. Colle 37 No. 22.
SE NECESITA:Bueno cocinera que
sepa disponer. Intil presentarse
sin buenas referencias. Avenido
Son Martin 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepa
cocinar bien y hacer oficios doms-
ticos. Calle 52 con calle Ricardo
Arias No. 22, Campo Alegre.
PERDIDA
SE NECESITA: Sereno con refe-
rencios. Mercado Modelo, Calle
29 Este y Avenida Justo Aroseme-
no.
PERDIDA carterita con licencia y c-
dula, del Sr. Alfredo Toblate Gor-
cia, B.5.00 de recompensa al que
la devuelva a la oficina de este
peridico.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera competen-
te con referencias y que duerma en
el traboio. Magnifico sueldo. Con-
sulado General del Uruguay. Coll
32 No. 6.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera, de-
be lavar y planchar para dos. buen
fueldo. Calle 52 No. 18. Apto. 10.
Ocurra sbado y domingo. 3-6
p. m.
SE ALQUILA: -- Bonito cholet en
Club X, Vista Hermoso, de tres
recamaros, sala, comedor, jardn
y porch. Teel. 2-1851.
SE ALQUILA:Moderna residencia
Dplex,. dos recimaras, alcoba,
.porch, sala comedor, terraza,
porch, jardn completamente in-
dependiente, lugor exclusivo, lindo
parque, telfono 3-1484.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet en Via Porras
No. 64. Sola, comedor, porch, 2
recimaras, 2 servicios .sanitarios,
Cuarto empleada, cocina, cortinas
venecianas, limporas, terraza y
garage. Tel. 3-1863.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet paro vaco-
clones en El Volcin, gas paro co-
cinar, chimenea francesa, acomo-
da 6 se alquila por semana, mes
o mis Cristbal, 3-2324 de 4:30
6:30 p. m.
MISCELNEA
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til al la tiene
a nano en su casa
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140

SE NECESITA: Persona que sepa
cocinar, no tiene que dormir en
al empleo. Informes en Avenida
Manuel Icoza No. 26, Campo Ale-
gre.
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca d. labores de campo pa-
ro cuidar caso en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj antes. Ca.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fabri-
ca de Mosoicos, Ave. Cubo No. 8.
SE NECESITA:Secretoria compe-
tente, correspondencia ingls-es-
paol y rebajo general de ofici-
na. Posicin permanente. Expe-
riencia indispensable. Escriba: Co-
rresponsal, Apartado 49*, con
detallas.
Materiales de Construe-
. don de alti calidad es
nuestra especialidad
Consltenos para
presupuestos.
J a CALIDAD SUPERIOR
ja SER VICIO ESMERADO
a ENTREGA PUNTUr
-j A\t. Nene S3 Tel. 2-ecM
Calle Martin So.. N. j
Tel. 3-I4.
PERDIDO: Robado o descarriado.
Perro policio alemin, grande. Tie-
ne una herido en la pato delantera
derecha. Gratificacin, llame Pa-
nami 3-2579.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Borato, luego de sola,
comedor, recimorq en perfectas
1 condiciones. Colle 46 No. 19,
j Apto. 1.
SE VENDE:Hermosa mesa plega-
| ble de caoba, hecha por "Cowes",
alfombra chino. Silla alta poro
boby. Cosa 0552-A, Calle ChOgres.
Ancn.
SE VENDE:Motivo vioje ortes del
lunes: juego solo, escritorio, ca-
mas gemelos, juego recimaro. 2
sillones bamb, colchn nuevo Sim-
mer; coma doble, 2 bicicletos ni-
nes, estufa "Magic Chef" nuevo,
2 colchones sencillos. Calle 51 No.
38.
SE NECESITA:Lavandera con ex-
periencia, que planche tombin.
Informes Dulcera Astoria, colle P
No. 3.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con refe-
rencias qua duerma en el empleo
y lave. Tel. 3-0717, oltos del Golf.
Carretera Panomi Viejo, familia
Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Empleada con bue-
nas referencias, para oficios do-
msticos, cuidar nios. Carr Street,
No. 1433. Apt. "B", Balboa.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora ofi-
cios domsticos. Calle 52 casa 18
Apto. 12.
SE NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena pre&encia ron expe-
riencia en Tentas. Ave. Cen-
tral 39 de I a 9 a.m. sola-
mente.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios domsticos, es algo Indispen-
sable que sepa cocinar. Presentar-
se a la Lavandera Pesontez. Cen-
tral 247.
SE NECESITA: Empleodo paro el
servicia Debe sacar planchar y
tenar referencias. Calle 32 Este
No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ofi-
cios generalas da casa, que sepa
p'onchar pora dos personas, hoy
que dormir en al emoleo. buen
sueldo. Calla 46 No. 22, altos.
No necesita ser calvo, lo cada del
. pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quiner. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todas las buenas
formados.
AVISO:Lo renta del agua por el
trimestre vencido el 30 de Junio
'de 1951 debe ser pagado del pri-
mero al 17 de Julio de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
Pincelodas Sanativas: Dr. Prez Fuen-
tes. Cubo. Monchas, hongos, ec-
zema, caroche, picazn, etc. A-
gencia "Cubo". Tel. 2-1611. A-
portado 1072.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo en colle
26 Este case nmero 10, aparta-
mento 1. Se exigen recomenda-
ciones.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
La CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL recibir hasta las
10 a.m. an punto, del da 20 da Agosto da 1951, pro-
puestas en sobra cerrado para la adquisicin da pro*
doctos medicinales y frascos vacos.
Loa REQUISITOS y pliegos da ESPECIFICACIO-
NES podrn aar obtenidos dal departamento da MATE-
RIALES Y COMPRAS da la CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL,
todos los das, durante las horas habile-
El Jefe de Materiales y Compras
de la Caja de Seguro Social.
Panam, 7 da Julio da 1951.
Carrasquel sufri
una herida en el
partido de anoche
SAN LUIS, Julio 1 (UP)El
torpedero venezolano de los
Median Blancas. Alfonso Ca-
rrasquel, sufri una leve lesin
anoche al tropezar con el Jar-
dinero izquierdo da su novena
restes 'Uoso mientras corra
para atrapar nna palomita en
la quinta entrada del primer
partido con los Carmelitas.
Carrasquel sufri una leve
herida en el meique del pie
derecho y tuyo que dejar de Ju-
rar. El pUoto de los Medas
Blancas Paul Richards dijo
"no es nada serlo" pero o,ue no
quera correrse riesfos con su
brillante torpedero.
"La paz de Corea
al Japn van desde la "remili-
tarizacin" huta la administra
clon econmica del Gobierno
Japons.
Levantadas
Nocturnas
I utre 1 d. de levantadaa n--
(urnao, delor de palda, dolor de
piernas, B4rdia. de vigor, nerUoal-
dd o Ubllld.d. debo (.yudar Innie-
"MltJi. "Undula Proitat
ro ROOKNA. K.t. maravillla
m.dirina I* har a.ntlr ms Joven,
aya ruarte y dormir ain lnterrup-
eta. Coaipr. RCKIF.NA ,. botica.
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tal. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-260
TAXI
RADIO
20 MAS PUEDEN VIAJAR -
TAN BARATO COMO 7
24 Horas
de Sarvicio
S 3-3344
BATERAS
"Eveready"
CLAVOS
Galvanizado para zinc
PICOS
y ZAPAPICOS
"Collins"
Almacenes Romero
Ava. Norte No. 48
_____. SABAPO. JULIO 1, im
ii ir
Saln De Belleza Lola
a Expertas Operarlas
a Precios Razonables
Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Vuelve a los Estados Unidos Sebastian Tapia
La trafica capta, un aspecto del homenaje de despedida que el Instituto Nacional ofreci al
joven Sebastian Tapia, herido por la Polica Ni cional el 12 de Diciembre de 1947, quien re-
torna a los Estados Unidos para ver si logra mejorar de sus dolencias.
Gaviln pelear
con F. Pruden
l 16 de Julio
NUEVA YORK, Julio 7 El campen mundial de los
welters Kid Gaviln se en-
frentar a diez asaltos el 16
de este mes contra el welter
Fritite Prulden en una pelea
en dond no estar en discu-
sin el ttulo.
Prudden est clasificado co-
mo "destacado" en la ltima
clasificacin le la Comisin
Nacional de Boxeo de los Es-
lados Unidos.
Calendario de juegos de
la vuelta de clasificacin
del basket menor
Temporada de Campeonato
BASKETBALL
1951-52
Secunda Divisin
Circuito Masculino
Calendario de Juegos
JULIO:
10:
Rebeldes vs. Eva Pern.
Pellmex vs Elisa Barrera.
O. Sosa vs. Cela Gonzlez.
13:
Madurlto vs. Panamericana.
Rodelag vs. Parque Lefevre.
Orion vs. Rebeldes.
14:-
E. Pern vs. Cela Gonzlez
17:
Bam Jr. vs. Centenario.
Fuerte 15 vs. Eva. Pern.
Rodelag vs. Barcelona.
20:
Taboga vs. E. Barrera.
.L.Eleta vs- Panamericana.
NOTA: Los tres primeros equi-
pos' de cada grupo, juegan una
serie entrr si por el Campeona-
to. El primer Juego de cada fe-
cha comenzar a las 7 en pun-
to de ie noche.
EL MECARDO _____
taoiones.
Eoa precios en Nueva Yor.'.
eran de S13.00-13.25 los granos
grandes: 12.00-12.25 el Fortuna;
$11.75-12.00 el Zenith; J.
o'S o'?* *r"nos de segunda:
S3.00-9.50 los granos cortos y loa
residuos y arroz para cerveza
a S8.25-8.75 el quintal.
El Rexoro No. 1 se ofreca a
W2.25 el quintal puesto en San
Francisco.
CUBA COMPRO 5,536,0A
QUINTALES
El total de arros comprado
por Cuba durante la presente
temporada asciende a 5,536,000
Siiintalrs, comparado con los
,733,000 quintales comprados
durante la temporada pasada.
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
Tenemos en 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
"Amor Perdido" una pelcula de xito
,
Por qu ha gustado tanto la
pelcula "Amor Perdido"? Ha
gustado porque es una pelcula
esencialmente .musical. Una pe-
lcula con canciones' Inolvida-
bles, Interpretadas por las me-
jores cancioneras del momento:
Mara Victoria y Mara Luisa
Landn, y con bailes modernos,
con muchos bailes, por la reina
del mambo, la escultural Ama-
lia Aguilar.
Entre las canciones lguram
Amor Perdido, La Chula Linda.
Soy tuya y los ms modernos y
exitosos mambos: Mara Cris*
tina. El Papelero, Que siga el
Mambo, y Mambo Universlta^
rio. 1
1
Por eso ha sido un xito Amo*
Perdido, la pelcula que est
presentando este fin de semanal
el Teatro Eldorado.
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Consejeros de aviacin de los
Estados Unidos irn a Ecuadoi4
y Venezuela a realizar obras
WASHINGTON, julio 7
(USI81. Los Estados Unidos
enviarn tres consejeros de a-
viacln a Ecuador^ y Venezuela,
de conformidad con el progra-
ma del Punto Cuatro.
La administracin de Aero-
nutica Civil anunci ayer que
Cari A. Posey. Ingeniero de Ae-
ropuertos, y Raymond M. Did-
ley, Ingeniero de Comunicacio-
nes, han sido asignados para
cooperar con el gobierno ecua-
toriano. Posey encabezar la
1
.misin de aviacin de Ef. U'
1 all.
Royce f. Junze, agente d
; seguridad en Transportes 2
reos, encabezar la misin dei,
aviacin cjvil en Venezuela. LoaL
tres han prestado servicios eoj.
la Amrica Latina como aseso-
res de aviacin. '
La administracin d- Aero-'
; nutica Civil tiene actualmente^
: misiones en Panam, Bolivia^
, Colombia y Grecia, asi como en
Ecuador y Venezuela. ,
____________._______________________^a
La United Fruit Company y la
Carretera a Bocas del Toro
Por: Aurelio A. Lpez W.
Los ciudadanos bocatoreos
. lguen con Inters los comenta-
rlos que en una u otra form?
afecten la via terrestre "Bocas
del Toro-Chlriqu y han vlitu
con beneplcito las diligencias
que se adelantan con el propo-
sito de establecer si la carrete-
ra "Bocas del Toro-Chlriqul"
resulta ms econmica y prac
tica su iniciacin por Bocas o*l
loro Almirante, el termina del
ferocarrll de la United Frult
Company) donde segn infor-ia
el seor Gobernador de la Pro-
vincia Licenciado Bacillo Duf,
esta compaia estara dispuesta.
e iniciarse la carretera por
Bocas del Toro, a cooperar con
ti Gobierno en su construccin.
Los bocatrefios residentes er>
la ciudad de Coln estamos de
acuerdo con las declaraciones
del Gobernador Duff, e Invita-
mos por este medio a la United
Frult Company a declarar la
forma cmo cooperara con el
Gobierno en tan Importante fl-
ua. Esta aclaracin, confiamos,
bastara para determinar defi-
nitivamente el lugar de inicia-
cin de dicha carretera la cual
ur.a vez concluida le rendira
de Inmediato grandes beneficios
a la United Fruit Company ms
que a cualquier otra empresa o
Individuo en el pas por las ra-
zones que se pueden resumir asi:
Primero: Porque atravezaria de
un extremo a otro sus inmtn-
sas. fincas.
Segundo: Porque le dara co-
municacin continua y pernia
nente con la Chlrlqui Land!
Company en Puerto Armuelles.!
Tercero: Poique sus barco tic*
tendran que atravezar forzo-
mente el Canal para transport)
lar sus cargas de la costa alian-'
tica de Costa Rica (puerto LV
mn) y de la costa atlntica ddl ',
I'anam (Bocas del Toro, Coln]
etc.) hasta Puerto Armuelles enl'
ei Pacfico y viceversa. [ f
Cuarto: Porque esta carrelcra!
e dara fcil y rpido accssc*
a los ricos y frtiles valles d|
Cricamola y Chlriqu Grande. 1
ae los cuales es ella duea tw
vna gran extensin-
Quinto: Porque impulsarla la I
Industria ganadera que ll je-1
iarrolla en la actualidad en esa'
legin. .
Sexto: Por que estimulan*'
fuertemente su comercio al por';
niayor y menor de artculos da1"
primera necesidad y enseres c)a
cuya venta se ocuparan los en-,
niisariatos que establecera en|
las nuevas fincas a lo largo d*V
Qicha carretera.
Sptimo: Porque Todos los trt
tereses de la United Frult Com-
pany en el pas quedaran con*
solidados con la terminacin da
la carretera "Bocas del Toro
Chiriqui".
El pueblo bocatoreo espeta'
con ansiedad la confirmacin,!
por parte de la United Frult
Company, de la declaracin riel,
Gobernador Duff. '
Cdula: 47-7M0 < '
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loma n El Panam Amrica?
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
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Tres Partidos De Primera Presenta
Esta Noche El Basketball Provincial

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Crdenas y H. Vigor
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ESTAD ODE LA JLLSTA
(Basketball Femenino)
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Ufttr'lt ..........* i
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if. Vigor ..........1 4 JtM
Crttnai .......... 1 4 .2M
Juego de esta Noche
M. Tfer Ti Cardenal
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ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
BaskataaB 4* la la. Categora
Circuito Masculino
O. P. Pte.
Lord Chesterfield -.9 1 .tIS
Dea. Bam ......... 4 .
Mauricio .......... 6 S .CM
Cuta Vieja .......> 7 .27
Madirito............ 2 .24
Jueio de Hoy
Madurito vs C. Vl|a
Chesterfield ts Ernas.
Por BETO TEJADA
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball de Panama presenta esta
noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
tres partidos de primera cate-
gora, dos del circuito masculi-
no y uno del femenino, entre
los equipos:
Madarite ts C. Vieja
7.90 p.m. (masculino)
Crtaaaa ts Malta Vigor
1.30 p.m. (femenino)
Chesterfield ts Bam
9.30 pm. (masculino
En el primer encuentro los
competidores lucharn por me-
jorar su colocacin, pronosti-
cndose un lance reido dada
la calidad de los competido-
res. Cardales y P. Perdomo se-
rn los arbitros.
En el segundo juego reapare-
cen las muchachas del Mar-
ta Vigor de la ciudad de Coln
frente al Crdenas de Panam,
partido ste en el cual las com-
petidoras cumplirn su ltimo
compromiso de la primera eta-
pa del torneo.'
El ltimo juego correr a
cargo del Lord Chesterfield y el
Bam, defendiendo los "cervece-
ros" su opcin a la segunda
posicin del estado de los equi-
pos Zachrisson y Roy arbi-
tran el Juego de la dama* y
Roa y Bula el ltimo de los
hombres.
Pro-Deportes tiene
boy un festival
en S. Francisco
Un gran festival bailable
ofrece esta noche en el venti-
lado y espacioso saln "El Re-
creo", de San Francisco de la
Caleta, la Agrupacin Cvica
Pro-Deporte, amenizado por la
Super Orquesta de Angelo Has-
pel. Pro-Deportes es una de las
pocas entidades deportivas que
funcionan en Panam y con el
firme propsito de velar por el
mejoramiento deportivo en to-
das sus manifestaciones.
El festival de hoy es con el
fin de colectar fondos y co-
menzar a las ocho de la no-
che hasta las cuatro de la ma-
ana.
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l
Animadas resultaron
las cinco peleas
Amateurs del 5
Por Darkins
Completamente atractivo y
satisfactorio result el Progra-
ma de Boxeo Amateur que
ofreci antenoche la Comisin
en el Gimnasio Nacional, regis-
trndose dos sensacionales nu-
caus tcnicos.
En una de las mejores peleas
de la funcin, los debutantes
Luis Hart de 130 libras y Ma-
nuel Mndez ofrecieron un re-
fill o combate, triunfando el
primero por decisin. Mndez
demostr coraje y decisin, a
pesar de que solo fu a presen-
ciar el programa, pero se entu-
siasmo y se decidi a actuar
como sustituto, realizando, una
satisfactoria actuacin.
En los otros encuentros, Al-
berto Lawrence derrot por K.
O.T. a Stepehn Berry en el ter-
cer asalto.
Roy Lanford, peleando de
sustituto se impuso tambin
por K.O.T. en el tercer acto a
Gregorio Villarreal, despus de
derribarlo cuatro veces.
Clifton Innis obtuvo la de-
cisin ''e 2 jueces para Impo-
nerse a Rubn Andrade, y Ho-
racio Otti. Te gan ampliamen-
te por decisin a Bienvenido
Ramos.
La exhibicin de Luis Thomp-
son frente a James Multon y
Ernesto Red, result tambin
satisfactoria.
Reorganiza tos lneas
el Madurito para la
2a. vuelta del basket
Total reorganizacin sufrir
41 equipo "Madorlte-" que toma
parte en la Justa Provincial de
Basketball de la categora ma-
yor.
Una direccin que imponga
la disciplina y qde coordine con
acierto sus unidades se har
cargo a partir de la segunda
vuelta, asi como tambin se ha
fijado un horario de prcticas
para el mencionado equipo
Todas sus unidades actuarn
en la segunda vuelta en forma
decidida y entusiasta para co-
locar al conjunto en el sitio que
merece. Castorina, Blades y G-
mez, tres magnficos jugadores
que ltimamente sufrieron que-
brantos dr salud tomarn par-
te completamente restablecidos
que sumados a Julio Aroseme-
na. Wally Troutt. Aguilar, Ml-
colta. Osorio. Gonzlez, y dos
nuevas unidades adquiridas en
la Zona del Canal, lucharn
palmo n palmo por una luci-
da actuacin del conjunto.
Social Deportiva
Nos complace-
mos en felici-
tas' al entu-
siasta depor-
tista Domingo
Hernndez por
su cumpleaos
que celebra
hoy.
'Mingo" es ar-
bitro de la Li-
ga Saata Rita
de Baseball y
uno de loe ms decididos coo-
peradores de dicha justa, asi
coaio tambin es oficial en la
Liga Interna de la Faena y
Le.
Como motive de su cumple-
aos y reconocimiento a su la-
bor, el Dep. Dragones le dedi-
ca el juego que sostiene frente
al Dep. Eleta.
Termina mna el Bisbol
invernal de la Chorrera
Per S. H. IVALDI J
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de La Chorrera
G. P. Pts.
Dep. Chin -------... > 1 JS*
Unin............... S 3 .7
Balboa ............S 5 .315
El Puerta........... S .440
La Liga invernal de Baseball
de La Chorrera presentar ma-
ana su acostumbrado Doble
Dominical con los partidos el
Puerto vs Balboa y Unin vs
Dep. Chin, para terminar el
calendario regular de la con-
tienda. ,
Los porteos que en la pre-
sente Campaa Invernal no
han podido ingresar en el
circulo de los gaandores, Invaoi
rn el Cuadro de Matuna, dis-
puestos a luchar por conse-
guir su primera victoria, mien-
tras que el Balboa tambin
buscar el triunfo para finali-
zar con mejor puntuacin.
Los chinltos del Chin, que
tienen asegurada la justa In-
vernal salen a demostrar e
por qu s coronaron monarcas
Los unionistas en cambio
confiarn en el brazo derecho
de J. Ortiz para infligir una
nueva derrota a los chinltos, y
D. Salinas defender su posi-
cin de Campen Lanzador.
Por otra parte los que acu-
dan a presenciar el segundo
juego, podrn ver la guerra sin
cuartel que ofrecern los Juga-
dores Che Urea actual lder
de los bateadores, D. Alvendas,
J. Urea y D. Salinas los dos
primeros del Unin y los otros
del Chin, para finalizar como
Campen Bate del actual Tor-
neo Invernal. Desde el inicio
de la 'zmporada estos jugado-
res ran venido ofreciendo una
dura batalla para lograr el an-
helado Campeonato.
Como marchan loi 4 jugadores
VB. H. Pje.
Che. Urea ......... 28 IS .484
D. Alvendas ......22 44 .409
J. Urea.........22 .409
D. Salinas .......... 26 10 .385
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
El torneo de tenis
tiene para mna. 2
atractivos partidos
Perdieron Los Yanquis Frente
a Los Medias Rojas Por 6 a 2
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Medias Blancas vencie-
ron a los Carmelitas por ano-
tacin de 4 carreras a 3 en el
primer partido del doble juego
celebrado anoche bajo una gran
actuacin del lanzador cubano
Luis Aloma quien entr como
relevo cuando se haba desa-
tado la artillera de los Car-
melitas. Tras contener a los
Carmelitas en dos incomibles en
siete entradas Holcombe per-
miti una carrera por pase
gratis un doble y un sencillo.
Marv Pottblati lo sustituy en
el montculo pero al dar pase
gratis a Jim Delslng Uenndo-
El Tor >eo Abierto de Tenis se. las ba! Aloma se encar-
se reanudar maana en la d*la situacin Aloma hizo
cancha de la Piscina Olimpica, sherman ^ar bateara
con dos partidos a cargo de los
jugadores:
G. Madure vs Fisher
8 p.m.
i. Pinilla vt B. Hele
pm.
Estos dos encuentros han lla-
mado 1. atencin de los aficio-
nados, especialmente el segun-
do, donde se enfrentarn nue-
vamente dos rivales aguerridos
y buenos que debern rendir
una gran actuacin y un jue-
go lucido.
La Compaa No. 4
se enfrenta a los
Electricistas mna.
El equipo de la Compaa
No. 4 se enfrentar maana al
de la Seleccin de Electricidad,
en uno de los partidos que pre-
senta maana la Liga interna
de softball del Cuerpo de Bom-
beros.
En el primer juego se miden
los equipos de la Compaa No.
5 y No. 3 por el campeonato
de este circuito.
par aun doble play y despach
fcilmente a Ray Coleman..
En el segundo juego los Car-
melitas se desquitaron al ganar
Mientras tanto los Yanquis
perdieron frente a los Medias
Rojas de Boston por anotacin
de 6 carreras a 2, pero an
conservan el primer lugar, al
dividir honores con los Carme-
litas los Medias Blancas.
En los otros juegos de la Li-
ga Americana los Senadores
vencieron a los Atltlcos por 6
carreras a 3 y los Indios de
Cleveland derrotaron a los Ti-
gres per 7 a 4. Bob Feller con-
quisto aqu su duodcimo triun-
fo.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers aumentaron su
puntuacin al derrotar a los
Phillies por anotacin de t ca-
rreras a 2.
Los Rojos lograron imponer-
se a los Cachorros por 4 a 2,
los Gigantes a los Bravos por
12 carreras a 10 y lo Cardena-
les de San-Luis a los Piratas
por anotacin de 4 carreras a 1.' por 3 carreras a 2. \
Significativo homenaje se rinde hoy al
gran deportista Dr. Carlos R. Morales
Varios canasteros estn des-
contentos por la manera como
se distribuyeron los premios el
4 de Julio en la Zona dei Ca-
nal. Atribuyen a falta de res-
ponsabilidad de quienes estu-
vieron al frente de la Selec-
cin, ya que a la hora de en-
tregar los trofeos, se form un
enredo y quienes nunca tuvie-
ron en el Seleccionado salieron
con trofeo. Es una verdadera
lstima que las cosas no hayan
resultado como se esperaba.
Hemos odo a vario canaste-
ros que orinaron parte de la
Seleccin que nos represent en
los Juegos Panamericanos y
que tambin Jugaron el 4 de
Julio en Balboa mostrarse en
desacuerdo para tomar parte
nuevamente en partidos de es-
ta ndole, ya que sto lo tie-
nen como leccin. Nadie, si no
la Federacin Nacional de Bas-
ketball tiene la culpa, porque
no se tom la molestia de or-
ganizar comp es debido a la
Seleccin para evitar casos co-
mo el que sucedi.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
para el domingo en Juan Fran-
co: la.Juan Huincho.. .por su
anterior nos gusta...Jota Jota
correr duro esta vez; 2oAn-
nie Neste anlmalito es ma-
lsimo.. .Resorte...se estirar
en sta; 3oDon Arcello...di-
cen que ganar de salida...
Little Lul... parece pariente de
Tureau; 4oTap Girl...demos-
trar que la suspensin de Ro-
drguez es justa... Domin...
puede repetir el maoso; 8a
Romn tico... por el tiro nos
gusta... Don Joaqun... enemigo
de cuidado; 6a.Glory's Ace.,
lista para ganar...Flamenco.,
pngale mucha atencin; 7a.
Lituana (e) por Uncle James
nos vamos con sta...Alabarda
le) enemigo a batir; 8a.Asom
bro Delhi... Tmesis II... gan su
anterior fcil; 9aTropicana..
esta vez no fallar...Own Po-
wer... puede ser el enemigo; 10
Singapore el mejor montado
del lote... Miranda.. .ya esta
cada.
LOS CUATRO GRANDES. Gil Hodges, Andy Pafko. Duke Snider y Jackie Robinson, son .
cuatro de las excelentes razones que mantienen a los Dodgers en el primer lugar de la Liga
Nacional. Todos ellos mantienen un alto porcentaje de bateo, especialmente Jackie Kobin- .
son, quien mantiene un duelo con Stan Muslal por este honor.
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alxamora
Social Deportiva
Reciba nuestras felicitaciones
el deportista Alberto Ramrez
que ajusta hoy un ao ms de
vida.
"Teto" Ramrez es socio fun-
dador del Club Deportivo Azte-
ca, jugador de baseball del mis
mo equipe y futbolista de se-
gunda divisin.
Fuerza y Luz y Sota
continan invictos en
el basket menor
Los equipos ptica Sosa y
Fuerza y Luz mantuvieron su
invicto y continuaron empata-
dos en el comando del Grupo
"Gringo de la Guardia" al
triunr anoche en sus respec-
tivos compromisos del Campeo-
nato de Basketbal' Menor de la
Liga Provincial de Panam.
En el primer encuentro los
pticos se Impusieron al Pell-
mex por 42 a 31. Los elctricos
le ganaron en reido encuen-
tro a lo- Rebeldes por 35 a 33.
quedando prcticamente elimi-
nados '.os ltimos de la Justa.
En el tercer partido el Bam Jr.
venci al Parque Lefevre del
grupo "Che Villalobos" por 43
a 38 en cinco movidos tiempos.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Esta noche tendr lugar el
homenaje al destacado y cono-
cido deportista Dr. Carlos R.
Morales con un acto que co-
menzar a las 7 y 30 en el sa-
ln de Recreo de la Cervecera
Balboa.
Este merecido reconocimien-
to a la provechosa labor del Dr.
C. R. Morales en positivo bene-
ficio al Deporte nacional ha
sido preparado por la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Luchadores y
por los arreglos tendr que re-
sultar lucido y satisfactorio.
La Asociacin premiar la
ejemplar accin del Dr. Morales
hacindole entrega de un sig-
nificativo trofeo.
Como parte del Programa,
los campeones de Lucha, Luis
raido Jimnez titular de las 145
libras, recibirn sendas meda-
llas de oro donadas por el en-
tusiasta deportista Pascual DI
trani.
Adems los destacados y co-
nocidos Levantadores de Peso
que nos representaron en 103
Juegos Panamericanos, I.ecDoi
do de Len, ngel Famlgllettl
y Lorenzo Holder, sern pre-
miados por su actuacin con
sendas medallas de oro, dona-
das por el popular deportista
Francisco Ditrani.
Palabras por un Director de
la Asociacin, presentacin de
los atletas, palabras por el Dr.
Carlos R. Morales, nmeros de
cantos, recitaciones, etc., for-
man el programa que termina-
Friedman de peso pesado y Ce- r con un agasajo.
El Boxeo amateur inicia temporada
para seleccionar sus pgiles para
los prximos Juegos Bolivarianos
Por DARKINS
El jueves prximo la Comi-
sin de Boxeo Amateur dar
comienzo a la temporada pro-
speccin bolivariana que dura-
r tres meses, para luego esco-
ger en programa eliminatorlos
a los campeones de cada divi-
sin que participarn en los
prximos Tuegos Bolivarianos.
En e' programa del jueves
tendremos lucha libre contra
boxeo. Gerardo Jimnez, cam-
pen nacional y Bollvarlano se
enfrentar contra el profesio-
nal Ruperto Brown en un en-
cuentro a trej asaltos.
He aqu( el programa de bo-
xeo:
Toti Elias vs Beau Jack II
105 libras
Manuel Portillo vs P. Howard
114 libras
Juan Moreno vs E. Torre glosa
120 libras
Es muy posible que Agustn
Dinolis y Luis Hooper, dos ele-
mentos basketboleros de Coln,
entren a formar parte del equi-
po Madurito de la Liga Provin-
cial de Basketball de Panam.
Los dirigentes de ese club de-
portivo estn ya encaminando
las gestiones para traer a esos
dos valiosos canasteros, que a
no dudar ayudaran muchsi-
mo al Madurito en la segunda
vuelta. '
Cambio en las
disposiciones
de las G. Ligas
SAN LUIS, Julio 7 Bob Feller representante de
los peloteros indios solicit
un cambio en la disposicin
vigente en las ligas mayores
que permite a los peloteros
latinoamericanos que tomen
parte en los campeonatos In-
vernales en tanto se prohibe
hacerlo a otros Jugadores.
Feller dijo que con los re-
presentantes de las otras no-
venas presentar el caso a
debate en la reunin que ten-
dr el prximo lunes en De-
troit. Dijo que era "completa-
mente injusto" permitir que
loa latinoamericanos que jue-
gan r los Estados Unidos
pueden hacerlo en tanto que
a los ciudadanos norteameri-
canos se les rehuse este pri-
vilegio. "Agregando que debe
permitrsele a todos "o no se
le permite a ninguno".
Esta columna felicita de ma-
nera muy especial a Don Osear
Ghltls, dueo del Stud Blue &
White, autor de la carta que
ley Yoni Bony el Jueves, donde
menciona muchas de las defi-
ciencias de nuestro Hipdromo
y en especial a la defensa del
Jinete nacional.
Est en construccin el nue-
vo hipdromo de Pimllco Meri-
lan, Estados Unidos, y tendr
capacidad para 20.000 personas.
La yegua nacional "Fomen-
to" de propiedad de don Luis
Rodrguez, muri esta semana
en una de las pesebreras del
Hipdromo, segn averiguacio-
nes muri de un fuerte clico
y estaba embasada.
Orestes Mioso y Stan Musial
a La Cabeza De Los Bateadores
De La Americana y La Nacional
NUEVA YORK, Julio 7 (UP)
El cubano Orestes Mioso
de los Medias Blancas y Stan
Musial de los Cardenales enca-
bezan los bateadores de sus res-
pectivas ligas llevando ambos
por rara coincidencia una ven-
taja de dos puntos sobre sus
ms cercanos rivales.
Mioso es el lder al bate de i
la Liga Americana por la cuar-
ta semana consecutiva con un
[ promedio de .348. dos puntos
ms que Ferris Fain de los
Atlticos. En el tercer lugar es-
t Nelson Fox de los Medias
El ejemplar "Welsh Fox" ser
preparado mientras este aqu,
por el maestro Gustlnes, ya que
luego ser enviado a los Esta-
dos Unidos de Norte Amrica
a la cuadra de Don Ral Espi-
nosa como un regalo de su so-
brino Manuel (Nene) Arias.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
fot K L n
En el Hipdromo de Caracas.
Venezuela, acaba de salir un
nuevo decreto hpico que dice:
Todo ejemplar que vaya mon-
tado por Jinetes nacionales ten-
dr preferencia en los sorteos
de carreras.
La Gerencia del Hipdromo
Nacional de Panam es la que
menos debe contratar jinetes
extranjeros, porque su misin
es la de darle proteccin a los
jinetes nacionales. Como es del
dominio pblico hpico, en Pa-
nam s tenemos muy bueno;
jinetes profesionales y apren-
dices, pero de lo que carecemos
es de la debida proteccin de
las autoridades encargadas de
este ramo. Por qu en otros
pases del Sur y del Norte don-
de la hpica est ms avanza-
da que en nuestra patria oh
jinete profesional le dispensa
hasta doce libras a un Jinete
aprendiz y aqu en nuestra tie-
rra solamente tre> libras. Las
autoridades mximas de nues-
tra hpica tienen la palabra.
Tony Shaw vs Joselito Graffin
118 libras
K. Callender vs Dito Alguero
147 libras
Sustituto: Jess Ramos.
Ditrani vs. Pacfico y Ancn Hispano
los juegos del fut de la. para maana tyosma
Se Reparten
Premios En El
Boxeo Amateur
Por DARKINS
Numerosos premios sern re-
partidos entre los boxeadores
amateurs y los fanticos que
asistan a los encuentros que se
celebran todas"las semanas en
el Gimnasio Nacional.
Por gestiones llevadas a ca-
bo por el Vice-Presldente de la
Comisin Nacional de Boxeo
Amateurs, Sr. Guillermo Garcia
de Paredes en nombre de esta
entidad, varias casas comer-
ciales de la localidad han pro-
metido premios para los asis-
tentes y boxeadores.
En la ltim?. sesin boxistica
se repartieron varios premios
del Ron Montezuma. de la Li-
brera Mndez, la Librera Es-
tudiantil, Central 81, Radio
Atlas, El Corte Ingls. Agencia
internacional de Publicaciones.
Destilera Nacional y Malea el
muchacho de las telas.
Dos comentados1 partidos que con buscar pasar al comando
prometen resultar reidos e in-
teresantes ofrecer maana
el Campeonato local del ftbol
mayor en el Estadio Olmpico
con la participacin de los on-
cenos:
Ditrani ts Pacifico
2.15 pm,
Ancn vs Hispano
4.00 pm.
El Ditrani expondr su Invic-
to en el primer puesto; el An-
el Pacifico luchar por obtener
un ruidoso triunfo y mantener
su opcin al tercer lugar y el
Hispano tambin jugar para
continuar con oportunidad al
Stbeampeonato, adems todos
estos oncenos cumplirn su pe-
nltimo compromiso del torneo,
motivos todos stos suficientes
para esperar dos cotejos movi-
dos y satisfactorios.
Sobre los juegos de 2a., la Li-
ga no ha informado los parti-
dos
En2
Aos
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Universitario: La Unin hace
la Fuerza: Inscrbete en la
Asociacin Deportiva. Hai
algo por tu Alma Mater.
En la sesin ordinaria del da
28 de Junio se resolvieron va-
nos desempates que se produ-
jeron en las elecciones anterio-
res. Para el puesto de Adminis-
tracin Pblica y Comercio con
un total de 22 votos, y para
el puesto de Vocal fu elegido
Rodrigo L. Baruco, el' mismo
que estas lineas escribe y per-
teneciente a la Facultad de fi-
losofa, Letras y Educacin, con
un, total de 20 votos. Gracias
les damos a todos los compae-
ros Universitarios que han que-
rido estimularnos con sus vo-
tos. Lo nico que prometemos
es mantener esta columna al
servicio de la Asociacin y de
la Universidad como hemos ve-
nido haciendo desde el perodo
escolar de 1050 y por la causa
deportiva, que para nosotros
data desde el ao 33.
El Secretarlo General, Lie.
Gilberto Valds B. y el que es-
cribe estas lneas fueron en co-
misin donde el Ministro Ber-
mdez para tratar asuntos del
Curso de Educacin Fsica, pe-
ro como estaba en Consejo de
Gabinete no se pudo efectuar
la mencionada entrevista. Esta
misma comisin recibi del
compaero Francisco Hurtado
Sub-Director de Educacin F-
sica, once reglamentos de di-
ferentes deportes, libros para
anotar Volley y Basketball y
dos mallas para el juego de Vo-
lley Ball. Anteriormente se ha-
bla recibido de manos del mis-
mo Director una pelota de bas-
ket y otros Implementos obse-
quiados a la Asociacin Depor-
tiva Universitaria.
Estamos en capacidad de a-
nunclar que hay inscritos 5
equipos de basketball y 4 de
Volley Ball. Solamente se est
esperando la inscripcin del
equipo de Derecho y resolver
algunos problemas que se han
suscitado para dar comienzo a
la Liga.
De la funcin teatral se co-
munica que hay una entrada
liquida de B 65.40. Todava fal-
tan alg"nos compaeros que no
han entregado cuentas y se es-
pera que lo hagan sin que se le
haga presin de ninguna ndo-
le.\
Blancas con un promedio di
.330, en el cuarto Vem Ste-'
phens de los Medias Rojas, con'
329 y empatados en el quinto,
lugar Dom Dimagglo y Tecl,
Williams de los Medias Rojas
tambin y Gil Coan de los Se-
nadores con un promedio co
327.
Musial encabeza la Liga Na*
eional con un promedio de .379
seguido por Jackie Robinson
con .384., Ritchie Ashburn d-
los Phillies con .359, Bob Elllo't'
de ios Bravos con .333 y Alvir
Dark de los Gigantes con .325. ,
ARTES Y OFICIOS
DEPORTIVO
Por Miguel A. Jurez
Con marcado entusiasmo
estn desarrollando este ao las
actividades deportivas en el
Artes y Oficios, ms cuando atv
cuenta ahora con espacio pars'
realizar el programa prepara,
do.
ltimamente se inaugur, eL
Justa de Volleyball, con un ac-
to animado y satisfactorio.
El director del plantel; Pro-,
fesor Ernesto R. Argote lanzi
la primera bola del Campeona-:
to.
En los juego; de apertura, el
equipo de los MotoresDiesel M
gan al lo. L por 15-7 y 15-10.
En el segundo encuentro el:
conjunto Lasso de la Vega,
aplast a Los Gatos por 15-0 *"
15-4.
Los otros equipos que parti-
cipan en la contienda son Tria',
pie A, Dep. Olga Yanls, lo N
Dep. Corea, Los Pumas y Ju-,
ventud.
La Justa proseguir el lunel
con cinco partidos. i
Se sigue debatiendo
la administracin
del Gim anlonero
ANTON. Julio 7 'Correspon- '
sal Chong)En un mar em-
bravecido se est debatiendo
el asunto de la administracin'
del Gimnasio de esta poblacin.'
Al efecto varios miembros del
Club Social y Deportivo Anto-
nero. fueron llamados a la Al-,,
caldia del Distrito, por denun-;*
ca del Director de la Escueai
Repblica Dominicana" para'
que por medio de la Ley el club
modificara la resolucin que ss1
dict en das pasados con res-1
pecto a la solicitud para adras,
nlstrar el referido gimnasio.
La cuestin se sigue fleba^l
tiendo y ha causado mucha ex*
traeza entre los deportistas
locales la.actitud del seor di-
rector de la escuela, ya que el '
ha podido arreglar el asunto
en otra forma.
JUEVES
12
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ESTRENO SIMULTANEO!
EN LOS TEATROS
BELLA VISTA y TROPICAL
UN INOLVIDABLE HECHO HISTRICO!
barita
mm- -HDOSE
LOVGSOY SUZAE RASO" *
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