<%BANNER%>

PCANAL



AN INDEPBNDEr^
DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
Servaros V.O. 8
CANADIAN WHISKY )
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Uncoln.
pro cbnts
PANAMA. B. P., MONDAY, JULY 9, 1951
Hope For Korean Ceasefire By Wednesday
Britain, Italy End War
With Germany; US Next
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UP)(European war ended the United
President Truman has asked the States, Britain and France have
United States Congress to end worked together on a policy ol a charge of conspiracy in con-
Second Undertaker
At Gorgas Booked
In Caskets Dealing
Wayne Detamore, undertaker
at Qorgas Morgue was booked on
the country's state o war with
Germany.
Britain and several British
countries, Including Canada,
establishing a new free and In- j nectlon with the handling ol
dependent Germany. Government funds In this morn-
It was unfortunate that Russia lng session's of the Balboa Magls-
"has actively prevented the trate's Court.
New Zealand and growth of a representative de- i He was released on $500 ball.
South Africa, and Italy, ended mocratlc government In a un-1 William J. Sheridan counsel
their state of war with Germany i fled Germany, and has thus for the defendant, waived
bv proclamation today. made Impossible for the time preliminary hearing.
In the United States a cor- being the arrangement
ot
responding resolution by Con-
gress would become effective on
the Issuance of a Presidential
proclamation. \
Mr. Truman said Congress s
final peace settlement."
The United States state of
war with Germany dates from
Dec. 11, 1941 and the British

the
Ait.
He said termination of the
state of war with Germany
would not affect the status of
United States occupation troops
Iv Germany. I
But the move "will give the
German people a new demons-
tration of our desire to help i
bring them back to membership
among the free nations of the
free world." ..
He saW that ever since the
(NEATelephoto)
SILENCE ISNT GOLDEN Escorted by a U.S. marshal mil-
lionaire Frederick Vanderbtlt Field (left) leaves New Yorks
Federal Court In handeuffs. He was held'* contempt be-
cause he refused to name the persons who put up *MW
In ball for the lour missing Communist leader.
90-dav jail sentence.
He drew a
Hobby-Sox Shoplifter Found
Miami Shops Easy Pickings
Allied Planes
In Clock-Round
3-Day Combat
Mrs. Emma Braswell
Dies At Gorgas;
funeral Tomorrow
MIAMI, Ma.. July 9 .(UP)^
0 (UP)r-A
15-year-old girl arrested as
leader of a bobby-sox shoplift-
ing gang explained tearfully to-
day that she thought they had
found an "easy" way to have
"nice clothes."
Five girls aged 15 to 17 said
she taulht them the "tissue pa-
per" trick and other methods
they allegedly used to steal $700
worth Of clothes and accessories
Irom Miami stores In six
months. .... ,,. .
T did it because I didn't have
enough nice clothes and It seem-
ed real easy." she told Juvenile about $200
lng In 1949 but was released on
her promise never to do It again.
He said some of the other girls
had previous criminal records.
During hours of questioning
she said no one taught her the
"tissue-paper" trick or other
methods; I Just picked It up as
I went along."
Sometimes, the girls said, uhey
hastily donned the stolen gar-
.. ments and wore them out of
six I the store. The ring was discover-
ed when a department store
fitting room clerk found dis-
carded price tags amounting to
officer Kay Owens at detention
home, where she was held lor a
hearing before juvenile judge.
Two policemen and two wo-
men juvenile officers arrested
the attractive youngster at her
comfortable Miami Beach home
last night as she returned with
her parents from a vacation
trip to New York.
The other five, all from mo-
derately well-to-do families,
were arrested last week and re-
leased In their parents' custody.
They said she taught these how
to shppllf t and encouraged them
when they became afraid.
They said they "liked pretty
things" and "it seemed so easy."
but one 15-year-old girl guessed
she did It "Just for the kicks
because "my mother gives me
all the money I want."
They Claimed their "ringlead-
er" taught them to deceive store
detectives by entering with
shopping bags packed loosely
with tissue paper appearine as
bulky as the merchandise they
were to carry away later.
Capt. Louis A. Allen of the
juvenile Bureau said they stole
dresses, fancy underclothes, per-
lume. costume Jewelry and other
accessories worth more than
$700. He said about $300 worth
was recovered.
Allen said the accused ring
A woman detective said they
would afterward compare notes
on their forays by telephone or
secret meetings, but when mo-
thers became suspicious about
the new wardrobes they claimed
they got them by swapping with
their friends.
Chain Singh y Cia.
High Bidder For
Old C.Z. Building
Chain Singh y Cia. submitted
the highest of two bids offered
for the old Balboa Police Station,
Building 708, on which bids were
opened this morning in the office
of the Superintendent of Store-
houses.
The other bid was submitted
by Republic Construction and
Maintenance Company, Inc.
Contracts for the sale and re-
moval of the structure will be
? warded following an analysis of
the bids.
The building has been used
since 1938 as a girl's dormitory
for the Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege and was also occupied re-
cently by the Sliver Personnel
Bureau and the License Bureau.
Mrs. Emma Grace Wltmer
Braswell, 47. of Curundu, the
wife of Joseph B. Braswell, Sr., a
civilian employe of the Air Force
at Albrook Aim died at 10: JO
p.m. Friday In Gorgas Hospital.
She had been hospitalized since
May 6.
Funeral services for Mrs. Bras-
well will be conducted tomorrow
at 4 p.m. at Corozal Chapel.
Evangelist W. H. Dllbeck will of,-
flclate.
Mrs. Braswell was born in Ro-
chester. N.Y. on Jan. 31. 1904.
She had been the mother of 11
children of whom four are Uv-
lilK
Besides Mr. Braswell. she Is
survived by a daughter, and
three sons: Mrs. Allcepearl Bras-
well Morton, of Mercedes AFB,
California; William Samuel Bras-
well. who is stationed at Albrook;
Joseph B. Braswell. Jr.. and Al-
bert H. Braswell, both of Curun-
du.
She is also survived by two
grandchildren, and by two bro-
thers and three sisters: William
H Wltmer, a retired Panama Ca-
nal employe who lives at Arral-
jn R.P., Wren Wltmer. who re-
sides in the States; Mrs. Zeda
Heinzman, of Rochester, pa.,
Mrs Robert Voorhes, of Horse-
head. N.Y., and Mrs. Robert
Cleghorn, of Hammonton, NJtf
Land-Lease Holders
CZ Told To Vacate
Gel Year's Reprieve
The holders of non-lndemnlty
agricultural land leases In the
Canal Zone who were notified
in March that their licenses
would be terminated at the end
of June will not be required to
vacate the land leases as pre-
viously notified. It was an-
nounced today at Balboa
Heights.
The original order was can-
celled bv the Governor In view
of the fact that there will be no
funds available In the 1952 fis-
cal year with which to terminate
Indemnity licensesthose for
which licenses must be repaid
for Improvements.
It was explained that the can-
cellation of non.-lndernnlty 11-
and the
judge ordered Detamore to ap-
pear in District Court In Ancon
for trial.
The charge was an outgrowth
of the "caskets case" prosecution
of Orover F. Bohan In April.
Detamore was Bohan's assist-
ant. Bohan had been charged
with failure to account for pub-
lic funds and was sentenced to
one year In the penitentiary.
However his sentence was sus-
pended upon the condition of
good behavior and the payment
of $1.500 to the Treasury, and
$210 to Mary Lee Stoffel for her
husband's casket. On another
count. Bohan was fined $1,000.
This morning's charge against
Detamore was related to the
handling of the Stoffel casket.
Detamore allegedly conspired
with Bohan In splitting the
money received for it.
2 Chilean Fliers'
Killed In Crackup
On Flight From RP
SEOUL, July 9 (UP) Vice Admiral C. Turner Jof,
the United Nations' top delegate to the Korean armistice
talks opening tonight, said today that he hoped tor a
ceasefire by Wednesday. ,
General Matthew B. Ridgway, United Nations suprema
commander, warned however than "an agreement on an
armistice must procede any cessation of hostilities.
He said he had no idea how long it might take to
arrange a ceasefire. ,
He held secret last-minute talks in Seoul last night
8TH army HQ.. Korea, July | wjrh the five men he chose to sit at the conference table
(UP)-umted states sabres in Kaesong witn four Communist delegates to work out
the delicate problems involved in ending the conflict that
has lasted one year and 14 days.
Heading the UN delegation win
be Admiral Joy. commander of
naval forces In the Far East.
The two Chilean filis Jos
Saavedra R., and Julio Cattan J.
were killed at 2 p.m. Saturday
trying to fly through a storm-
. bound Colombia mountain, pass.
oenses would b* Inequitable ana Tn hafl left Panama about
HUcrimlnntnrv when holders of ,n.nv in t.hir remaining
discriminatory when holders
a far greater number of Indem-
nity licenses would be permitted
to occupy their land leases in-
definitely.
There are 453 indemnity li-
censes now In effect and 103 of
the non-indemnity type.
The Governor's action repre-
sents no change In the fixed
policy of the Canal Zone Gov-
ernment of gradually depopu-
lating the Canal Zone of all
agricultural licenses.
All license holders will be ad-
vised that their licenses are
non-transferable and that upon
the death of the present li-
censes, the licenses will be ter-
10:30"a.m. In their remaining
Piper Clipper, bound for Guaya-
auil, and on home to Chile.
A week previously Saavedra
had crashed his Clipper in mak-
ing a bad weather landing near
Mutis, Colombia.
Warned off the stormy Pacific
coast route by this, the flyers
apparently elected to fly the
clearer inland route via Medellln.
But instead of approaching Me-
dellln from the Atlantic side
they flew for a time down the
Pacific coast before turning in-
UThe same Pacific storms which
forced Saavedra down previously
9 .
shot down another Mlg today In
the third straight day of aerial
combat over Korea.
Allied planes were In the air
around the clock.
The Russlan-bullt Mlgs, three
of which fell to United States
fighters yesterday, came back
for more today.
Thev tried to hit Superforts
bombing the Communist airfield
at Slnanju, but were too late to
intercept the bombers or escape
the escorting 8abres.
There was no report of loss
or damage to United States
fighters.
Other Superforts hit Com-
munist barracks near Hungnam
on the east coast.
Mustangs hit Red supply con-
centrations 32 miles northwest
of the truce-talk town of Kea-
song. on the main supply route
from Pyongyang.
South of Pyongyang and
north of Sariwon dive bombing
Mustangs cut railroad lines,
while United States and 8outh
African Mustangs hit Pyongnl
airlield, north of Pyongyang.
United Nations night fliers
said nearly 3.000 Communist
vehicles were "moving In all di-
rections" on North Korean roads
last night. Bad weather hamp-
ered attacks on these vehicles
A Communist force of 350,000
men Is reported building up
its strength just behind the
front line.
Ground fighting went on all
across the front except In the
west, where the ceasefire talks
are talking place.
"SeeSt. will also be notified hi^Ttd thepass they
^^hS^lfcTand ffltn???-1"A^fncomp.ete main road from
Q
Reds Lost 2 Men
A Minute In 1st
Year Of Korea War
WASHINGTON. July 9 (UP)
The Communist invaders lost a
staggering 1,191,422 casualties
more than two a minute in
the first full year of the Korean
war, the Army reported today.
It Issued an estimate of North
Korean and Chinese Communist
casualties from the beginning of
the war through June 25 a
year to the day after the North
Koreans struck across the 38th
Parallel. It showed the enemy
had 5,958 casualties in the five-
day period ending June 25.
But the war, which began as
a United Nations "police action,"
also has taken its toll from the
United States and has become
the fourth most bloody and ex-
pensive conflict In U.8. history.
In slightly more than a year
of savage fighting on the fara-
way peninsula, the United States
has expended more men and dol-
lars than in the Revolutionary
War, the War of 1812 and the
Mexican and Spanish wars com-
bined.
The nation suffered heavier
losses only In World War II. the
Civil War and World War I in
that order. ,,
The Army estimated that Com-
munist casualties Include 883.949
battle casualties, 164,343 non-
battle casualties and 163.130 pris-
oners It placed Chinese battle
Angelo Moreno M.. a 36-year- casualties at 402,640 and.North
old Panamanian, was fined Korean battle casualties at 371,-
$25 on a petit larceny charge 309.
and to $10 on a trespassing
Cable Thief Fined
$35 In Balboa Court
Flanking him will be MaJ. Oen.
L C. Craigle. U.S. Air Force;
Ma], Gen. H. I. Hodes. U.S 8th
Army; Rear Admiral Arlelgrt
Burke U.S. Navy; and MaJ. Gen.
Palk Sun Yup. South Korean Ar-
fhe Communist delegation will
be made up of Gen. Nam II ol
the North Korean Army; MaJ.
Gen Lee Sang Cho. North Korean
Army. Gen. Tung Hua. Chines
Communist forces; and Gen
Hsleh Fang, Chinese Communist
No time for the start of the
meeting has been announced, but
8 p.m. today (Panama time) la
considered a good estimate.
After the conference with DM
negotiators last night Ridgway,
who has established a temporary
headquarters In Seoul for the du-
ration of the ceasefire talks, said:
"This is a very critical period
when the question of the success
or failure of the objectives which
the Governments concerned have
In mind are very much at Issue.
"Whether ther Is good faith or
not can only be Judged by per-
formance, and we have not com
to the performance stage.
"In this speculative period, un-
(Continued on Page 6, Column 4)
charge In this morning's session
of the Balboa Magistrate's Court.
While the Chinese have suffer-
ed more battle casualties than
the North Koreans, the North
arrested Friday Koreans have more total casual-
o una poney au u> i-.T >- i.."jn,_ t the Pacific coast
,uet for leniency In hardship MedelUr.to ^ p 7D0ut 40
cases or for other reasons will 1,^.,, , SSSrtHn. cents.
Moreno was
when an Army sentry on the
back road of Curundu found an
18-inch piece of lead in his pos-
sesion. A cable that had been
dug up earlier in the week led
to careful watch of the area to t Reds,
see who came there.
The lead was valued at iu(
ties because a far larger number
of their men have been captur-
ed. Some 146,091 North Koreans
have been taken prisoner as a-
gainst only 17,039 for the Chinese
be disapproved.
' miles northeast of Medellln.
Total North Korean casualties
70were estimated at 606.219: Chin-
ese Communist at 585,203.
Where There's Smoke There's Chow
It was close to quitting time Friday afternoon I 1st
Air Rescue Sq. headquarters. *eP]f ""* ''"/,,} '
clock, gathering up their gear for fishing trio. nd a
lone auiet weekend. ._ .... ...
Then suddenly the alarm sounded. A C 47 pilot call-
ed In thst he had seen a little sailboat In Panam* Bay,
off Kobbe beach on fire. Black smoke was curling ove
the helpless craft, he reported.
Rescue personnel were immediately aierxea.
was the quitting-time inertia. ... .
In a matter of minutes a B-17 and a helicopter took
off for Hie rescue. The sailboat with a trail of smoke
was soon spotted by the helicopter as the pilot crossed
the shoreline east of Kobbe Beach. The B-17, eirciea
overhead while the original message-sender, the C-i,
continued talking about the ship with its helpless crew.
As the helicopter swooped down lower over the craft
to determine the condition of the "survivors he spotted
five native fishermen calmly frying plantain In weft
' over a stone fireplace that gave off clouds of alack
'""They waved a friendly "hello." unaware that this
little meal of theirs had caused any anxiety _
L___Rescuers decided they were "too alert. ^
Gone
RP Government
Clamps Down On
Foodstuff Hoarders
The Panam government today
The Battle After the Cease Fire: 2
Defense Leaders Fear Demand for Arms Cut
.ense George -
other military and civilian lead-
moved to clamp down on hoard- j ;,KJl|ngt Communist aggression
%Vrce^contr'or decree was Will Americans have the pa-
drawn up this morning which in- tience and foresight to suppo" a
eluded expropriation of articles Urge Army, Navy and Air Forte
ot prime necessity such as rice, i without the stimulus of war cas-
onions, and other foods. nalties?
* j *. m. 1.;., That Is the question which has
^WariP^^hy1r'een haunting Secretary of De-
would be approved today by trje Oeorge Marshall and all
Government Cabinet.
The decree wilt give the. gov-
ernment the power not only to
buv hoarded goods at a price.de-
termined bv the Price Control
Board but also to resell these ar-
ticles in order to prevent a'short-
age.
The new post of General Price
Commissioner will also be creat-
ed by the decree. It names the
different groups that will enforce
other price control measures as
well.
The main purpose of the de-
cree, according to well-informed
sources. Is to put an end to the
Increases on articles of utmost
necessity noticed in the rise of
prices during the past few weeks.
Special mention was made of the
case of the rice shortage which
forced the Minister of Agricul-
ture and Commerce, David 8am-
udlo. to put in an emergency re-
quest for 200 sacks of rice to te
EDITOR'S NOTE: Here; the second of ^ dispatchlesthat
round up the battle on the home front America faces after
the cease-fire negotiations in Korea.
By DOUGLAS LARSEN
NBA Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON July (NEA).America now enters the most
rucU^Uge oT tne bund-up of it, armed strength a. a defense
ers in Washington ever since the u t buiiding up the number of men in uniform.
Korean War insplred,a major ex- THE G0AL3.500.W0 MEN: Since the Korean War started, we ve made a gooo an nHKniatl
panslon of the services.
If history repeats
worst fears will come
peace will come increasing
mt-.
budget, until the whittling pro
ciss reduces America's strength
a.SsTo^utsTnamgirmmtary of putting 3,500,000 men in unl- ion,most lmportant of all, .11 on Its way to --- The Voven~faCrthat the three
- ,orm- o it has erased any doubts about 95-groupgoal and 1, in the pla^ i P^ ^ ^ ^^ {
this poin? the. Pentagon the^ willingness of America to |n|^ stage for ^ub.e^t rg ^ ^ defense oI tne
sEBSSStztiz ^^t5SES sSs M* **
n.
maybe cuttln that figure down This has stiiienea ne w. . .^
next year and then lowering It other democratic allies In the goal.
fcoan lesson Is dismissed >s kent lntac
Is meiely replac-
a heavy '""^^^^^'has been tothe announced jjl c
loal in keening America strong. tftJeJ_.!?,"5r the fi"ht- 000 men. with 3.250.000
however This veer's mlHtarv for An _. _.._..-----r,. *
'budget Is $60,000,000,000.
Murderer Escapes
Penal Colony
On Coiba Island
The Panam Police today re-
ported that an escaped convict,
from the Colba Penal Colony waa ,
still at large.
The convict Anastasio Pinto,,
51, had been sentenced to 20,
years imprisonment In June,,
1936, for the murder of his in-
fant son and Injuries inflicted i
upon his wife.
In April of 1938 Pinto attempt i
ed his first escape and was ap- I
prehended by the authorities. I
It Is believed that Pinto took i
refuge In the mountains of Col- I
ba Island unless- he was able to
secure a raft which would take
him to land.
The Korean War put on the
s lsts since It will take the pres-
the sure off the need to keep men
involuntarily In service.
The number and slie of futura
em Europe. _
American forces -very^ gHgy^u JJ-fg g %&% S-T.
lanamacanalfordlstribuuon, ho^ --*!; BiSKS re^dym uniform The A^ h from the tempting theor, that number of volunteers.



'"
->
1EI Dominical
every Sunday &
The Sunday American

SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1951
Sunday Amcikm ^upptemea'
PAGE ELEV1...


PRIVATE ITEM
Digitization of this item is currently in progress.
The Panama American
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01165
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01165
 Related Items
Related Items: Panama America

Full Text
TO \
GUAYAQUIL
AN INDEPENDENT^
tifflttb
DAILY NEWSPAPER
PanamaAmmcmi
rUt the people knau> the truth and the country is safe*' Abraham Lincoln.
Seagrams V.O. |
CANADIAN WHISKY )
'/fan ()fo MleM fat

PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY, JULY 9, 1951
FIVE CENTS
I
Hope For Korean Ceasefire By We
JL __________:________________:------------------------------------1 I
<
Britain, Italy End War
With Germany; US Next
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UP)
President Truman has asked the
United States Congress to end
the country's state o war with
Germany.
Britain and several British
countries, Including Canada,
Australia, New Zealand and
European war ended the United
States, Britain and France have
worked together on a policy of
establishing a new free and in-
dependent Germany.
It was unfortunate that Russia
"has actively prevented
growth of a representative
Second Undertaker
At Gorgas Booked
In Caskets Dealing
Wayne Detamore, undertaker
at Gorgas Morgue was booked on
a charge of conspiracy in con-
nection with the handling of
Government funds in this morn-
ing session's of the Balboa Magls-
the' trtte's Court.
de-1 He was released on $500 bail.
sVnith*"iifricaw"and"uaiy" ended mocrailc government In a unl-l William J. Sheridan, counsel
their state of war with Germany i fled Germany, and has thus for the defendant, waived the
by proclamation today.
In the United States a cor-
responding resolution by Con-
gress would become effective on
the Issuance of a Presidential
proclamation. \
Mr. Truman said Congress s
resolution should include safe-
guards for continued authority
to seize German property under
the Trading with the Enemy
A".t.
He said termination of the
state of war with Germany
would not affect the status of
United States occupation troops
iv Germany.
But the move "will give the
German people a new demons-
tration of our desire to help
bring them back to membership
among the free nations of the
free world." ,.
He saW that ever since the
made Impossible for the time preliminary hearing, and the
being the arrangement of, a'judge ordered Detamore to ap-
final peace settlement." ] pear In District Court In Ancon
The United States state of fot rla'
(NEATelephoto)
SILENCE ISNT GOLDEN Escorted by a U.S. marshal, mU-
ltonaire Frederick Vandferbilt Field (left) leaves New York's
Federal Court in handcuffs He was held to contempt be-
cause he refused To name the persons who put up $80^000
in ball for the four missing Communist leaders. He drew a
90-dav jail sentence.
_--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
Bobby-Sox Shoplifter Found
Miami Shops Easy Pickings
. 9
MIAMI, Fla.. July 0 (UP)^-A
15-year-old girl arrested as the
leader of a bobby-sox shoplift-
ing gang explained tearfully to-
day that she thought they had
found an "easy" way to have
"nice clothes."
Five girls aged 15 to 17 said
she taught them the "tissue pa-
per" trick and other methods
they allegedly used to steal $700
worth of clothes and accessories
from Miami stores In six
months.
"I did It because I didn't have
enough nice clothes and It seem-
ed real easy," she told Juvenile
officer Kay Owens at detention
home, where she was held for a
hearing before Juvenile Judge.
Two policemen and two wo-
men Juvenile officers arrested
the attractive youngster at her
comfortable Miami Beach home
last night as she returned with
her parents from a vacation
trio to New York.
The other five, all from mo-
derately well-to-do families,
were arrested last week and re-
leased In their parents' custody.
They said she taught these ho*
to shoplift and encouraged them
when they became afraid.
They said they "liked pretty
things" and "it seemed so easy."
but one 15-year-old girl guessed
she did It "Just for the kicks
because "my mother gives me
all the money I want."
They claimed their "ringlead-
er" taught them to deceive store
detectives by entering with
shopping bags packed loosely
with tissue paper appearing as
bulky as the merchandise they
were to carry away later.
Mrs. Emma Braswell
Dies At Gorgas;
Funeral Tomorrow
war with Germany dates from
Dec. 11, 1941 and the British
Empire's from Sept. 1939.
Some 50 nations are expected
to terminate their state of war
with Germany in due course.
Land-Lease Holders
(Z Told To Vacate
Gel Year's Reprieve
The holders of non-lndemnlty
agricultural land leases In the
Canal Zone who were notified
in March that their licenses
would be terminated at the end
of June will not be required to
vacate the land leases as pre-
viously notified. It was an-
nounced today at Balboa
Heights.
The original order was can-
celled by the Governor In view
of the fact that there will be no
funds available in the 1952 fis-
cal year with which to terminate
Indemnity licensesthose for
which licenses must be repaid
-o
tag In 1949 but was released on
her promise never to do It again.
He said some of the other girls
had previous criminal records.
During hours of questioning
she sld no one taught her the
"tissue-paper" trick or other
methods: I Just picked It up as
I went along."
Sometimes, the girls said, they
hastily donned the stolen gar-
ments and wore them out of
the store. The ring was discover-
ed when a department store
fitting room clerk found dis-
carded price tags amounting to
about $200.
A woman detective said they
would afterward compare notes
on their forays by telephone or
secret meetings, but when mo-
thers became suspicious about
the new wardrobes they claimed
they got them by swapping with
their friends.
Mrs. Emma Grace Witmer
Braswell, 47, of Curundu, the
wife of Joseph B. Braswell, Sr., a
civilian employe of the Air Force for improvements
at Albrook A died at 10:30
p.m. Friday in Gorgas Hospital.
She had been hospitalized since
May 6.
Chain Singh y Cia.
High Bidder For
Old C.Z. Building
Chain Singh y Cia. submitted
the highest of two bids offered
for the old Balboa Police Station,
Building 708, on which bids were
opened this morning In the office
of the Superintendent of Store-
houses.
The other bid was submitted
by Republic Construction and
Maintenance Company, Inc.
Contracts for the sale and re-
moval of the structure will be
awarded following an analysis of
Alter, of the %d,b-uUdln ha8 been used
since 1938 as a girl's dormitory
juvenile Bureau said they stole
dresses, fancy underclothes, per-
fume, costume jewelry and other
accessories worth more than
$700. He said about $300 worth
was recovered.
Allen said the accused ring
for the Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege and was also occupied re-
cently by the Silver Personnel
Bureau and the License Bureau.
It is scheduled for removal 45
lurchase.
;
leader was arrested for shoplift- days from the date offf
Where There's Smoke There's Chow
It was close to quinine time Friday afternoon In 1st
Air Rescue Sq. headquarters. People were Vf.ng the
clock, gathering up their gear for fishing tr.ps nd a
tone quiet weekend. #>* ,Oai -an-
ien suddenly the alarm sounded. A C-47 pilot call-
ed in that he had seen a little sailboat in Panama Bay,
off Kobbe beach on fire. Black smoke was curling over
the helpless craft, he reported.
Rescue personnel were immediately alerted. ;Gone
was the qultting-time inertia. ? .
Ic a matter of minutes a B-17 and a helicopter took
ff for the rescue. The sailboat with a trail of smoae
was soon potted by the helicopter as the pilot crossed
the shoreline east of Kobbe Beach. The B-17. circled
overhead while the original message-sender, the C-47,
continued talking about the ship with Its helpless cTew.
As Ihe helicopter swooped down lower over the craft
to determine the condition of the "survivors he spotted
five native fishermen calmly frying plantain In two pots
ver a stone fireplace that gave off clouds of Hack
,m*They waved a frlendlv "hello." unaware that this
little meal of theirs had caused anv anxiety. _
____ Rescuers decided they were "too alert. -.^
Funeral services for Mrs. Bras-
well will be conducted tomorrow
at 4 p.m. at Coroxal Chapel.
Evangelist W. H. Dllbeck will of,-
flclate.
Mrs. Braswell was born in Ro-
chester, N.Y. on Jan. 31. 1904
She had been the mother of 11
children of whom four are 11-
ill If
Besides Mr. Braswell, she Is
survived by a daughter, and
three sons: Mrs. Alicepearl Bras-
well Morton, of Mercedes AFB,
California: William Samuel Bras-
well who is stationed at Albrook;
Joseph B. Braswell, Jr.. and Al-
bert H. Braswell, both of Curun-
du.
She is also survived by two
grandchildren, and by two bro-
thers and three sisters: William
H Witmer, a retired Panam Ca-
nal employe who lives at Arral-
Jn R.P., Wren Witmer. who re-
sides in the States; Mrs. Zada
Helnzman, of Rochester, Pa.,
Mrs Robert Voorhes, of Horse -
head, N.Y., and Mrs. Robert
Cleghorn, of Hammonton, NJ^
RP Government I
Clamps Down On
Foodstuff Hoarders
The Panam government today
moved to clamp down on hoard-
ers of foodstuffs.
A "price control" decree was
drawn up this morning which in-
cluded expropriation of articles
of prime necessity such as rice,
onions, and other foods.
It was expected that the decree
would be approved today by try
Government Cabinet.
The decree will give the. gov-
ernment the power not only to
buy hoarded goods at a price de-
termined by the Price Control
Board but also to resell these ar-
ticles in order to prevent a'short-
age.
The new post of General Price
Commissioner will also be creat- j
ed by the decree. It names the
different groups that will enforce
other price control measures as
well.
The main purpose of the de-
cree, according to well-informed
sources, is to put an end to the
Increases on articles of utmost
necessity noticed In the rise of
prices during the past few weeks.
Special mention was made of the
case of the rice shortage which
It was explained that the can-
cellation of nonrln<*ernnlty ""
senses would be Inequitable and
discriminatory when holders of
a far greater number of Indem-
nity licenses would be permitted
to occupy their land leases In-
definitely.
There are 453 indemnity li-
censes now In effect and 103 of
the non-Indemnity type.
The Governor's action repre-
sents no change In the fixed
policy of the Canal Zone Gov-
ernment of gradually depopu-
lating the Canal Zone of all
agricultural licenses.
All license holders will be ad-
vised that their licenses are
non-transferable and that upon
the death of the present li-
censes, the licenses will be ter-
minated.
Licenses will also be notified
that no exception will be made
to this policy and that any re
The charge was an outgrowth
of the "caskets case" prosecution
of Grover F. Bohan in April.
Detamore was Bohan's assist-
ant. Bohan had been charged
with failure to account for pub-
lic funds and was sentenced to
one year in the penitentiary.
However his sentence was sus-
pended upon the condition of
good behavior and the payment
of $1.500 to the Treasury, and
$210 to Mary Lee Stoffel for her
husband's casket. On another
count. Bohan was fined $1.000.
This morning's charge against
Detamore was related to the
handling of the Stoffel casket.
Detamore allegedly conspired
with Bohan in splitting the
money received for It.
2 ChlieailerT
Killed In Crackup
On Flight From RP
-The two Chilean fliers Jos
Saavedra R-, and Julio Cattan J.
were killed at 2 p.m. Saturday
taring to fly through a storm-
bound Colombia mountain pass.
They had left Panama about
10 30 a.m. In their remaining
Piper Clipper, bound for Guaya-
quil, and on home to Chile.
A week previously Saavedra
had crashed his Clipper In mak-
ing a bad weather landing near
Mutis, Colombia.
Warned off the stormy Pacific
coast route by this, the "yens
apparently elected to fly the
clearer inland route via Medellin.
But instead of approaching Me-
dellin from the Atlantic side,
they flew for a time down the
Pacific coast before turning in-
The same Pacific storms which
forced Saavedra down previously
had by then closed the pass they
An incomplete main road from
coast
Allied Planes
In Clock-Round
3-Day Combat
8TH ARMY HQ.. Korea, July
9 (UP)United States Sabres
shot down another Mlg today in
the third straight day of aerial
combat over Korea.
Allied planes were In the air
around the clock.
The Russlan-bullt Mlgs. three
of which fell to United States
fighters yesterday, came back
lor more today.
Thev tried to hit Superforts
bombing the Communist airfield
at Sinanju. but were too late to
Intercept the bombers or escape
the escorting Sabres.
There was no report of loss
or damage to United States
fighters.
SEOUL, July 9 (UP) Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy,
the United Nations' top delegate to the Korean armistica
talks opening tonight, said today that he hoped tor a
ceasefire by Wednesday. ,
General Matthew B. Ridgway, United Nations suprema
commander, warned however than "an agreement on an
armistice must procede any cessation of hostilities.
He said he had no idea how long it might take to
arrange a ceasefire. ,
He held secret last-minute talks in Seoul last night
with the five men he chose to sit at the conference table
in Kaesong with four Communist delegates to work out
the delicate problems involved in ending the conflict that
has lasted one year and 14 days.
Heading the UN delegation will
be Admiral Joy, commander of
naval forces In the Far East.
Flanking him will be MaJ. Gen
Reds Lost 2 Men
A Minute In 1st
Year Of Korea War
WASHINGTON. July 9 (UP)
The Communist Invaders lost a
.staggering 1,191.422 casualties
Other Superforts hit Com- more than two a minute in
munlst barracks near Hungnam the first full year of the K.
on the east coast.
Mustangs hit Red supply con-
centrations 32 miles northwest
of the truce-talk town of Kea-
song, on the main supply route
from Pyongyang.
South of Pyongyang and
north of Sariwon dive bombing
Mustangs cut railroad lines,
while United States and South
African Mustangs hit Pyongnl
airlleld. north of Pyongyang.
United Nations night fliers
said nearly 3.000 Communist
vehicles were "moving In all di-
rections" on North Korean roads
last night. Bad weather hamp-
ered attacks on these vehicles.
A Communist force of 350,000
men is reported building up
Its strength Just behind the
front line.
Ground fighting went on all
across the front except In the
west, where the ceasefire talks
are talking place._________
Cable Thief Fined
$35 In Balboa Court
war, the Army reported today.
It Issued an estimate of North
Korean and Chinese Communist
casualties from the beginning of
the war through June 25 a
year to the day after the North
Koreans struck across the 38th
Parallel. It showed the enemy
had 5,958 casualties In the five-
day period ending June 25.
But the war, which began as
a United Nations "police action,
also has taken its toll from the
United States and has become
Ihe fourth most bloody and ex-
pensive conflict In U.S. history.
In slightly more than a year
of savage fighting on the fara-
way peninsula, the United States
has expended more men and dol-
lars than in the Revolutionary
War the War of 1812 and the
Mexican and Spanish wars com-
bined.
The nation suffered heavier
losses only in World War II. the
Civil War and World War I in
that order.
The Army estimated that Com-
munist casualties Include 883,949
battle casualties, 164.343 non-
battle casualties and 163,130 pris-
oners It placed Chinese battle
Angelo Moreno M.. a 36-year- casualties at . "* N.'th
old Panamanian, was fined Korean battle casualties at 371,-
$25 on a petit larceny charge 309.
and to $10 on a trespassing
to tnts poncv ana msmny - ",",,,- t(T the Pacific coast
quest for leniency in hardship MedelHn to * ab0ut 40
?<"*. ***&" re"0n8 WUII rnTs northeast" Medellin.
be disapproved.
charge in this morning's session
of the Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Moreno was arrested Friday
when an Army sentry on the
back road of Curundu found an
18-lnch piece of lead in his pos-
seslon. A cable that had been
dug up earlier In the week led
to careful watch of the area to
see who came there.
The lead was valued at 70
cents. _____.
While the Chinese have suffer-
ed more battle casualties than
the North Koreans, the North
Koreans have more total casual-
ties because a far larger number
of their men have been captur-
ed. Some 146,091 North Koreans
have been taken prisoner as a-
gainst only 17,039 for the Chinese
Reds. ...
Total North Korean casualties
were estimated at 606.219: Chin-
ese Communist at 585,203.
L. C. Cralgle. U.S. Air Force;
MaJ. Gen. H. I. Hodes. U.8 8th
Army; Rear Admiral Arlelgh
Burke U.S. Navy; and MaJ.Gen.
Paik Sun Yup. South Korean Ar-
The Communist delegation will
be made up of Gen. Nam II or
the North Korean Army: MaJ.
Gen. Lee Sang Cho, North Korean
Army: Gen. Tung Hua, Chines
Communist forces; and Gen
Hsleh Fang. Chinese Communlsff
forces. m
No time for the start of tno
meeting has been announced, but
8 p.m. today (Panama time) is
considered a good estimate
After the conference with hi*
negotiators last night Ridgway,
who has established a temporary
headquarters in Seoul for the du*
ration of the ceasefire talks, said:
"This Is a very critical period
when the question of the success
or failure of the objectives which
the Governments concerned have
in mind are very much at issue.
"Whether there Is good faith or
not can only be Judged by per-
formance, and we have not comt
to the performance stage.
"In this speculative period, un-
(Continued on Page S, Column 4)
Murderer Escapes
Penal Colony
On Coiba Island
The Panam Police today re-
ported that an escaped convict,
from the Colba Penal Colony wa,
still at large. ,
The convict Anastasio Pinto,,
51, had been sentenced to 20,
years Imprisonment In June,,
1938, for the murder of his In-
fant son and Injuries Inflicted >
upon his wife.
In April of 1938 Pinto attempt i
ed his first escape and was ap- I
prehended by the authorities. I
It Is believed that Pinto took i
refuge In the mountains of Col- I
ba Island unless- he was able to '
secure a raft which would take
him to land.
The Battle After the Cease Fire: 2
Defense Leaders Fear Demand for Arms Cut

EDITORS NOTE: Here's the second of two patches that
round up the battle on the home front America faces after
the cease-fire negotiations in Korea.
By DOUGLAS LARSEN
NA Staff Correspondent
WASHINGTON July (NKA).America now enters the most
.rucUl ftage of the bufld-up of it. armed strength a. a defenae
against Communist aggression.
Will Americans have the pa-
tience and foresight to support a
large Army, Navy and Air Force
without the stimulus of war cas-
ualties?
That is the question which has
been haunting Secretary of De-
lense George Marshall and all
other military and civilian lead- ,
era in Washington ever since the bulldlnr p the number of men In uniform.
Korean War Inspired a major ex- HE GOAL_3,5oO,iQ MEN: Since the Korean War started, we ve made a goon stari on .
pansion of the servies. ...........M ------nt onnA rt,vUions. compared to air power alone was an adequate
,**, m* mm "sfflfflBftftfrTK =r' WSJ?-? 8gSS?!E Jgtt3g
s55;=-'-"SP-k:S
The Korean War put on the
sss&ssbx ^$i$iw. rr^nT fids of K&Tsas sesj^s
t^J^Z^ & onlv onooryooW Sfa starting point America that Americans an be be J t^^'lM It creates a board to make U*
id"and"'strong America, Military ^X"^len^eMO ihTe'nd oT'the'laifwaiTlt has wonderful proving g^nd .g ---^ wlI1 uke the pre:
leaiets believe that there will building^up'"**"t "'efv "rtalnly speeded the terribly the weapons i^* armsA"' the sure off the need to keep men
^K!?d.^^onn^m2nb?l slow lob of strengthening West- has ^^^'"f 8lnCC UM involuntarily In service.
!r"merlcan forces are very close *,^,7tion oulckly The number and siae of future
the announced eoal of 3 500- The Korean action ^ q n ^ J calls "wlU depend on t
case of the rice shortage wnicn hVe Men a lot OI,w"'lent'"^: ,' that if the 3.500.000 man goal sl<
forced the Minister of Agrlcul-, planted In Korea In vain if the '"'ft^. ,s meiely replac. er
ture and Commerce. David Sam- Ko-ean lesson sed. ftJ'XoWcAneot.
''d'SSSlH! s SSHH SSggewft sr,wss b- *******
quest
Panam
Panam.

Mtim-.


page rwo
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY , 1851
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
-
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. TeWlf .......................................JB|y g
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Ju|v 9
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................July 23
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................July 23
(Hanrtllrrc Rcfrlr.rralril ChUIrd and flrneral Cana)
HORIZONTAL
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Julv 1#.
. .S.S. Cape Ann ..................................July 14
Weekly Sailings io New York. I.na Angeles. San Francisco. Seattle
Occasional Sailings lo New Orleans and Mobile
(The Sleamcrs In this service are limited lo Iwelve passenger!)
Frequent Frelghl Sailings (rom Cristobal lo West Ceasl Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Onlv)......July 16
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................July 24
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 20
1 Depicted
actress,
Barbara
8 She performs
on the------
13 European
kingdom
14 Disgorges
15 High
mountain
18 Graver
18 Footlike part
19 Hebrew letter
20 Belongs to it
21 Bustle
113 Rough lava
24 Thoroughfare i "Pets
22 Runs
3 Little demon
4 Symbol tor
tantalum
5 The present
month (ab.)
6 Insect eggs
7 Jovial
8 Bamboolike
grass
9 Forenoon
(ab.)
10 Immerse
11 Genus of
willows
12 Larissan
mountain
17 Musical note
Answer to Previous Puzzle
'jmiiuuuwirj m-:i iu
1112 CHICK II 4.1-J <;!
l II 11 1121
MM
Ull'Jlis 'I
I.TI1I.-1I 4 'I
uiMi-jMi:iani7.iE-iK"iu
nWKlIIflU(2!Hr_'< -si m1I2J
MI^WW BlUsJ! 1UI2JI 41 Iki
UCJMMI CIMUMULJLJbJ

SWEDISH TRANS-ATLANTIC LINE
Accepting passengers for
SAN DIEGO (Cal.)
by
M.S. "BOOGABILLA"
SAILING JULY 17th
(Every room with private bathroom
Two luxurious suites available )
C. B. FENTON and Co., Inc.
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
(ab.)
: 25 Italian river
27 Poker stake
29 God of love
32 Gunlock catch
33 Congealed
dew
34 Tocantins
river estuary
35 Bewildered
36 Let it stand
37 Civil wrong
38 From
39 Half-em
40 Correlative of
either
42 Utter
45 Affirmative
47 Symbol for
iron
49 Pigeon pea
51 Distributes
53 Sea eagle
54 Violin maker
56 Changed
58 Rate of motion
59 Gratines
VERTICAL
1 Infold
2 Cavity
24 Looked
fixedly
26 Prayer
27 Snakes
28 Tidy
30 Sheaf
31 Chair
40 Harem rooms
41 Sloping way
43 Among
44 Biblical
pronoun
45 Shout
48 Italian city
47 Unfettered
48 Termini
50 New Guinea
port
52 Light touch
53 Bitter vetch
55 Symbol for
tellurium
57 Babylonian
deity
TERRYA
THE HUMAN SACRIFICES
rj
( ill Wfi -'OTIC V^nrs m 1 / T^J^tT*"*1- iBfMMi WITU 6 PCL*Wi AHpJt.LBB AHD C.CWARL*, TO T CHUMMY WITH THE
V
ROvTK...
-pc you.
3

FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS
Tote That Bale
BEtU9c-
BV MERRILL BI.OSSER
HEADACHE?
caused by acid indigestion or temporary sluggishness
I


Get sparkling Eno ... today! Let it.
relieve your sick headache two
ways: Eno quickly helps neutralize
excess stomach acid ... and Eno
also acts as a speedy, gentle laxa-
tive when needed!
1. PLEASANT-as a glass of spar-
kling, bubbly soda water!
2. LAXATIVErelieves temporary
sluggishness quickly, (Take be
fore breakfast when needed.)
3. ANTACIDrelieves sourness, gas
and heartburn promptly.
Used by millions. Effervescent Eno
is alto good for constipation,
DULLNESS, OVERINDULGENCE and'
SOUR STOMACH.
At all druggistsGet Eno today.
TAKE GOOD-TASTING
San Bias Island Trips
Scheduled
Due to the ralnv season, the
Colon Chamber of Commerce has
announced that July will mark
the end of its San Bias tourist
trips. Four more trips, on July 14
15, 28 and 29 are being sponsored
this month with Fred J. Busch as
Director.
More than 500 persons have al-
ready visited the colorful Island
this season.
In the future, trips will be
made to Cartagena. Colombia and
San Jose. Costa Rica. For fur-
ther Information Jose Manuel
Delgado, Tourist Chamber of
Commerce Commissioner in Co-
lon may be contacted, as well as
Fred Busch. at Cristobal 2315;
"Rangltaae" Brings
Royal Highland Regiment Band
Word has been received from
the local agent. Norton Lilly and
Co., that the Rangltane. owned
by the New Zealand Shipping
Company is due in Balboa Satur-
day. Aboard the Rangltane are
46 members of His Majesty's 1st
Batalion Black Watch Military
Band. Royal Highland Regiment
who may present a concert in
Panama. Further announce-
ments will be made.
Shipping & Airline News
C, . Dl._ Y.i._ji rw_i__ __________
JACOBY ON BRIPfll
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
WIST
4
VQJ1043
? AQS32
*4
NORTH (D)
A853
VK5
? J94
+ AK983
EAST
North
)*
Pass
Pass
SOUTH
4AK872
TA95
? 1087
? 75
N.S vul.
t South
Pass 1 a
Pass 3*
Double Pass
AQJ109
V872
? K
+ QJ102
i &NpMKk&
+
West
J
?
Pass
CAPTAIN EASY
Ready to Sacrifice
BX LESLIE TURNI
"Two and two make four.' said
my friend Alfred Sheinwold. "so
two and three should makehow
many?"
"Three," I answered, wonder-
ing what the catch was.
"Right," he told me. display-
ing the hand shown today. "De-
clarer must lose two trump tricks
and three diamond tricks. Two
plus three equals three, so South
makes his contract. Right?"
The arithmetic may be a bit
sketchy, but the bridge Is cer-
tainly accurate enough. Sheln-
wald knew what he was talking
about, since he played the hand
and made lour spades without
any. 1 rouble at all.
He wen the opening lead In his
own hand with the ace of hearts
and laid down the ace and king
of spades. When West failed to
follow on the second trump.
Sheinwold gulped and went after
the clubs.
Dummy took two top clubs, and
Sheinwold lulled a club in his
own hand. Hi- got back to dum-
my with the king of hearts to ruff
another club. Then he ruffed his
last heart in dummy, crossing his
fingers as he did BO.
When East had to follow suit,
the contract was home. Declarer
merely returned dummy's last
club and ruffed for the tenth
trick.
Now he gave up the three dia-
monds and the two trump tricks
but they all got crammed toge-
ther Into only three tricks. East
had to wa.sie his good trumps on
two of his partner's high dia-
monds.
How You Too May Regain
PEP VIGOR
New Strength
and Enrich the Blood
WIN $100.oo WEEKLY
If you art run down-low spirited
have sleepless nights no energy
nerve' no appetite you need
rarrtXMI and you need It right away
Often in 3 day' lime 5011 feel the
difference your friend notice It. Back
come the appetite you actually feel
the urge lo eat. Nrvea grow .trailer
work comes easieryou aleep soundly.
omen and men. loo. who how aigm
k '.l y .bl000 ni nerve exhaustion
should get a bottle of thia splendid to-
?i7i ,n!w rated form of Iran
that build! you up-give you frtaft pep
and vigor and makes you feel good as
new. Fern/an la obtainable at II good
drug atores Get a package today.
6ad/ uovi did That *i 12 set ,
INTO THE 606LB ? WHOSE 15 IT ?
WOULDN'T ANY COURT BULE
IT 15 MIME 2 -~~ HAk-KAFF.'
I HAM6 THE SAME
VALID CLAIM A4. CAPTAIN
COOKi DISCOVERING THE,
.-. -SANDWICH, '
' '^r
4 \f*.-V V
*sS
SLAkJDS.'
(The old panther. _
v BlCTKACT IS SPINNING
HIM AGAIN.'NOWl
I HE'S CARRYINS A
' HORN" -~- MUST THlrOK
r HE'S GALLOPlNS
AFTER TH6
HOOMDS/
-"\ GrXRV
lM0lr\N'
DOJT 6IT AMY
(DEARS ABOUT
ANV O' THEM OEARS,
MY FRIEND.' 1 TELL.
PEOPLE IN A NICE
WAV TH' FIRST
TIME "-THEN
LOOKOUT/
yeh,it
GIVES US
A KICK
TO MAKE
OL'DJuMFEE
IMFORTANT-
FUN NV WAT
TO SHOW
-OVERgl
_ JNYWAV. IT
:!;, rMASNT hi AILED DOWM T^-


1
WONDAT. JULY 9. MSI
IHB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW8PAPED
PAGE
im**m
Rollback-Seeking Congressman
Played Game For Small Steaks
FOR BRONCHITIS
COUGHS, COLDS
It's Triple Strength
Loosens Things Up
It' differentlt'$ tastei In octlon
H' compounded on superior, medical
fact find.ngs never before heard of
in this country.
-luck ley's Conadiol Mixture triple
strength i is the nome of this omoi-
Ing cough and cold prescription thai
"ocfs like o floih" yet Is so pure and
free from harmful drug? 'hat o child
con take It..and stop coughing.
One little sip and the ordinary
cough Is gone o few doses and
that tough old hong on cough Is
heora no more It's really won-
derful to watch how speedily bod.
lingering colds ore put out of busi-
ness.
Right away that tightness loosen
up. the bronchial passages clear. .
ou're on you toes ogoin. happy and
reothing rosier Get o bottle of
Buckley's Conod'Ol Mixture tcdov.
--------------------------------**-
Rep. Peter W. Rodino,
Jr., D., N. J-, accepted a
challenge the Kings super-
markets of New Jersey is-
sued to Congressmen to
"step behind the counter"
and find out how house-
wives feel about meat
prices. An advocate of
price rollbacks, Rep. Rodi-
no donned butcher's smock,
grabbed meat cleaver- and
faced the women over the
rump roasts. Here is his
story.
By Rep. PETER W. RODINO, Jr.
NEWARK, July 9 (UP) I tried for almost-tyo hours
to sell a steak.
I finally sold one to a young newlywed who said she
never bought a steak before and admitted she didn't know
a T-bone from a porterhouse.
It was a heart-rending experience, and I only wish
400 other Congressmen would go behind meat counters to
learn how people feel. There'd be no question of a real
price control bill's being voted this week.
I tried to sell steak to every customer, and the outrage
my suggestion provoked convicted me that if they had
known my identity, they'd have voted on the spot for my
recall
"May I help you?" I asked a
young woman who later was
Identified as Mrs. Lome Stocker
of East Orange.
"I want a steak." she said. Her
fellow customers turned to look
at her as If she were Mrs. Fort
Knox.
"A steak?" I asked Incredu-
lously.
"But I don't know what kind
I want," she said.
I showed her a T-bone
"What Is It. $1.15 a pound?"
she said, noting the tag on the
meat. "Well. 1 need enough for
two people to eat off."
"The second slice there looks
better," 1 said, pointing to an-
other steak. "This one's got too
much fat on it. Mavbe you'd like
a nice porterhouse. This one looks
like the right size for two per-
sons.
"I don't know anything about
them," she said. "I never bought
a steak. I Just got married and
don't know what anythlng's
about."
The store manager whispered
to her that I was a Congressman.
She wouldn't believe him.
"Oh. you butchers." she said.
"Always kidding."
M. E. Buck, sales manager of
the Kings Suppermarkets, outfit-
ted me Saturday with a white
butcher's coat and Identification
pin bearing the penciled name of
"Pete."
I went behind the meat count-
er at the Kings market m North
Newark where I met Bill Julius,
meat department manager.
He greeted me with a grin, say-
ing. "The kind of help they're
sending me these days. It's a pi-
ty."
Brashly, I approached my first
customer, saying.' "How about a
nice steak today?"
"Steak!" she said, horrified.
"Are yon out of your mind? No
(ld-plated steak today," said
Mrs. Ann Keshenefr, a police-
man's wife.
"Why don't you write your Con-
gressman about meat prices?" I
said.
"You can write your Congress-
men until you're blue in the face
and you don't get anywhere," she
said.
She asked for lamb chops,
"middle loin cut."
They were 89 cents a pound.
"Oh, good God," she said when
she heard the price. "But we've
KOt to eat somethingcompany's
coming."
I asked If she knew that her
Congressman favored a price
rollback and If she tried to find
out his position on controls.
"You find out what they're
paving a policeman," she said.
Another woman, noting my
difficulty reading the meat scales
calibrated with both weight and
corresponding prices, said, "You
don't know how to use the scales,
do you?"
"i'm new here." I said.
The most heart-tugging story
of the day came from a tiny wom-
an who I learned later was Mrs.
Beatrice Flaherty.
"We almost can't eat meat,"
she said. "I have seven children,
the oldest eight. My husband
makes S65 a week, and we live
practically on chopped meat.
And even that's high S1.5 a
pound. And it isn't just food.
We're being evicted because
We have seven children. That's
not right, but what are you go-
ing to do."
Mrs. Catherine Featherstone
Who has three children asked the
price of rib roast.
"Eighty-four cents a pound," I
aid.
"I'll take a chicken," she re-
plied. '!
"How about a nice big cut of
sirloin?"
"I forgot what steak tastes
like." she said.
"How long has it been since you
last had steak," I asked.
"I don't remember," she said.
"You sure get sick of eating
chicken."
A man came In who said he
earned $110 a week "but I still
don't eat steak; not with four
kids you don't."
My last customer of the day
asked for 1 Vi pounds of pressed
ham.
"I'm a steak expert." I Mid.
He eyed the steaks in tne case
and said:
"You haven't had a big day,
have you?"
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Where 100.000 People Meet
Presents
Monday. July 9
US May Demand Tighter
Belts In Bolstered Lands
BY LEE NICHOLS
P.M.
3:30Music for Monday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back And Listen
6:15Evening Salon
7:00To Be Announced
7:30Sports Review
8:00News and Commentary,
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Platter Parade (VOA)
8:45Fun With Music (VOA)
9:00Story U.S.A. (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Di g e s t
(VOA)
9:45Sports. Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00The World At Your Win-
dow (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
MidnightSign Off.
Tomorrow. Tuesday, July 10
A.M.
6:00Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15News (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00News
9:15Sacred Heart Program
9:30As I See It
10:00News
10:05Off the Record
11:00News
11:05Off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Rhythm and Reason
2:00A Call From Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Spirit of the Vikings
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Music for Tuesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00 PANAMUSICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Master of Ballantrae
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00NEWS (VOA) .
8:15What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45Time for Business
9:00Symphony Hall
9:30 Commentator's Digest
(VOA),
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00Variety Bandbox (BBC)
10:30Cavalcade of America
(VOA)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols:
VOAVoice oi America
BBCBritish Broadcas ting
Corp.
RDFRadlodtffusion Francalse
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UP)
The United States put pressure
on Western European nations to-
day to do some belt-tightening if
they want their share of future
American military and economic
aid.
U. S. officials said this country
will not demand strict "austeri-
ty" as a .condition of financial
aid, but will be Influenced strong-
ly by Western Europe's "perform-
ance" on that score during the
rearmament period.
"We can't afford to give eco-
nomic assistance to other coun-
tries without consideration of
their Internal controls system,"
one highly-placed official said.
One reason for the Adminis-
tration pressure is the stiff bat-
tle under way in Congress over
the proposed $8,500,000,000 for-
eign aid budget for the 12 months
starting this July 1.
Chairman Waiter F. George, D.,
Ga., of the Senate Finance Com-
mittee, an economy advocate, has
proposed a $2,000,iKa),000 cut. He
has Democratic as well as Repub-
lican support.
The opposition was bolstered
today by the American Farm Bu-
reau Federation, which said it
will urge a cut if countries get-
ting assistance are not required
to help "themselves and each
other." In an article In its cur-
rent news letter, the federation
called for "teeth and coopera-
tion" In the aid program.
Officials here pointed to a
speech last week In Germany by
Jean Cattler, central European
chief for the Marshall Aid Plan,
warning that U.S. aid to West
Germany might drop if German
officials continue reluctant to put
brakes on their expanding peace-
time economy.
The officials said the success
of the Western defense effort de-
pends upon mutual sacrifice by
all cooperating nations. If the
German civilian economy, for ex-
ample, is favored at the expense
of defense production compared
with the relative austerity of
Britain and France, the morale
of the entire Atlantic community
might be undermlnded, they ex-
plained.
The House Foreign Affairs
Committee Is now studying the
$8,500,000,000 aid request, and the
Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee will begin consideration
when a group of its members re-
turn from an on-the-spot look at
the European situation.
Navy Electronics Unit Offers
Reserve Technician Training
Recog-zing the fact that mo-
dern warfare Is a scientific and
technical operation, the Naval
Reserve Electronics Program has
been designed to meet the need
for trained technicians to build,
repair and operate the vital ra-
dar, sonar and communications
equipment without which a mo-
dern operating force would lack
much of Its effectiveness.
The Naval Reserve Electronics
Unit In the Canal Zone is an ex-
cellent Illustration of how the
foresight and zealous interest of
"electronics pioneers" have pro-
vided a solid ground work in
electronics for reservists which
will assist them in civilian life
and prepare them to serve their
country.
In many respects Volunteer
Electronics Warfare Unit 15-1,
which meets at the Naval Sup-
ply Building in Balboa every
Wednesday evening, has been
fortunate since it was founded a
year ago. In command Is Captain
John W. Young. USNR, whose
thirty-four years of experience in
the various fields of communica-
tions, electronics and electricity
has prepared him uniquely for
this responsible position. Other
officers include Lt. Louis W.
Prince, who acts as Executive Of-
ficer of the Unit. LCDR Winthrop
G. Garvn. Lt. Robert W. Lawler.
Lt. Roy 8. Phillips and Lt. Leo W.
Cagley who are devoting their
time and knowledge to the train-
ing program of 15-1.
The available equipment con-
sists of High Frequency trans-
mitters. Radio Receivers. Fre-
quency Measuring devices and
Radar Equipment as well as oth-
er types of electronics gear.
Upon Joining the Unit, the new
recruit is given a complete indoc-
trination In the basic facts per-
taining to the Navy in general,
including such topics as seaman-
ship, discipline and Naval tradi-
tions. This course Is followed by
a complete review of high-school
mathematics and physics to pre-
pare the recruit for his introduc-
tion Into electronics theory. Com-
pleting his course In theory, the
recruit is afforded the opportun-
ity to actually work with the
equipment itself, starting with
the simple "crystal radio set" and
progressing to the more Intricate
types of equipment.
Then too. the Unit is conduct-
ing classes In Morse Code to help
members obtfrtn an Amateur Op-
erator's license. The unit oper-
ates a "ham" radio station under
the call letters of KZ5NC and has
excellent sending and receiving
equipment which is at the dispos-
al of all members of the Unit
when they become qualified to
use it.
The theme which Is kept fore-
most in the training program is
"Learn by Doing" and each mem-
ber Is given ample opportunity to
develop practical experience as
well as fundamental knowledge
in the electronics field.
Captain Young has urged all
persons, both men and women,
interested in the field of com-
munications and electronics, to
apply for membership In this re-
serve training unit. This is an
opportunity for all U.8. citizens
regardless of their civilian pro-
fession to take a part in the Na-
val Reserve Electronics Program
and by so doing to benefit them-
selves and their country.
Defense Department
Will Keep On Asking
BY FRANK ELEAZER
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UP)-,
Karl R. Bendetsen, assistant Sec-
retary of the Army, said yester-'
day the Defense Department's
request for $6,500,000 000 to build .
new military facilities Is but "one .
installment" of a huge program '
He said the sum asked for tin
coming 24 months would not sup-1
ply the armed forces "with what'
would be required In the event ol j
all-out war."
"We need not mislead ourselves
that lt Is," he said. "We will comr
back Iwlth further installments
and re-evaluate the program
from time to time."
Bendetsen said the requested
sum is part of a building program
designed to create "a mobiliza-
tion base which ought to be cap-
able of dynamic expansion in the (
event an all-out war is forced up-
on us."
"This is a program designed to
avoid such an all-out war," he
added.
The construction plans call for
expansion of existing military
bases and erection of new ones in
this country and In many places;
throughout the world. The Air
Force alone will open 77 extra
bases, some of them "reportedly i
in Europe, the Mediterranean and
North Africa.
Much of the proposed work Is
so secret lt ]ls not specifically
mentioned in the legislation. A
total of $1,500,000,000 Is for un-
listed projects.
The $6,500,000,000 Installment
already has passed its first Con-
gressional hurdle with little ac-
tual money chopped out, al-
though there will be a paper sav-
n this year of $2,000.000,OCA.
The House Armed Services
Committee, which is considering
the request, claims it has reduc-
ed global Army and Navy build-
ing plans by close to $1,000,000-
000. It says lt intends to knock
out another $1,000,000.000 or
more from Air Force protects on
which it starts work today.
Actually, members conceded
privately, real cuts made so far
total a mere $25,000,000 and
slashes proposed for the Air
Force are nothing but bookkeep-
ing reductions.
Four real cuts have been made
by the committee In considering
the construction program so far,
two for the Army and two for the
Navy. They are as follows:
ARMY: Boston, Mass., staging
area, for land, utilities, general
construction, cut from '$4,281,-
000 to $4,181,000; Fort Eustis, Va.,
troop housing, land, facilities, cut
from $45.903.000 to $45,440,500.
NAVY: Jacksonville, Fla., sup-
ply depot, $17,919,800, deleted;
unlisted secret work, cut from
$126.362,800 to $119,392,780.
All other projects proposed by
Army and Navy have been ap-
proved, in effect, in full, although
on paper most of them have been
cut substantially.
OFFICIAL LISI OF HE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1687, Sunday, July 8, 1951.
The whole tickets has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" U "B" of 26 pieces each.
First Prize
Second Prize
4 6 7 7
97 6 1
$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
Third Prize 4 4 5 9 $ 7,800.00
Not Print \m Ml No* PflM) No Prlw No* Hum NM rru* No. rrlut Nn Friu> Nm. rrij NOS. Prisa
1 I > 1 1
M77 154.00 1(77 IMM 2*77 IMM 3*77 156.00 4*77 IM.M M77 IM.M M77 IMM 7077 IM.M M17 IM.M M77 IM.M
177 IM.M 1177 IM.M 2177 IM.M 3177 IM.M 4177 IM.M 5177 IM.M 177 IM.M 7177 1M.M (177 IM.M 177 IM.M
277 156.00 1277 IM.M HII 1M.M 3277 IM.M 4277 IM.M 5277 IM.M 277 IM.M 7277 IMM 8277 IM.M 277 IM.M
0377 IM.M 1377 IM.M 2377 IMM 3377 IMM 4377 IM.M 5377 IM.M 377 IM.M 7377 IM.M H77 IM.M 377 IM.M
177 IM.M 1477 i:,i; (Mi 2477 IM.M 3477 1M,00 IM.M 4477 IM.M M77 IM.M 477 IM.M 7477 IM.M M77 IM.M M77 IM.M
0577 IM.M 1577 IM.M HIT IM.M 3577 4577 IM.M 5577 IM.M 577 IM.M 7577 IM.M 1577 IMM 577 IM.M
M77 2.SM.M 1477 2.4M.M M77 2.SM.M M77 2.CMM 4(77 52.0O0O0 5677 2.6O0.M M77 2.CM.M 777 2.SM.M 8477 2.600 M M77 2.6M.M
777 IM.M nn 156.04 2777 IM.M 3777 1M.M 4777 IMM 5777 IM.M 777 IM.M 7777 IM.M 8777 IM.M WT7 1M.M
M77 IM.M 1877 154.M JS77 IM.M 3S77 IM.M 4877 156.00 H77 IM.M 877 IM.M 7877 IM.M 8877 IMM 877 IM.M
0S77 IM.M 1977 154.M 2*77 IM.M i 3*77 IM.M 4*77 IM.M 3*77 IM.M 077 IM.M 7(77 IM.M 8877 IM.M M77 IM.M
Approximations Derived From First Prize

4448
4649
t 1 I 1
.-.20 nn 4670 520M 4(72 5M.M M74 524.M 476 520.M
520 00 4671 520.M 473 520.M M75 524.M 4678 520.M
4S79 52* M 4(81
4680 520 00 4(82
526.00
520 00
4683 520.M 4485
4M4 520.M 448*
I
SM.M
524.M
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
7(1 752 753 1 260 00 13000 130.M 17(1 9754 9755 > 2M.M I30.M 130.M 27(1 2M.M 7M IM.M 9757 13.M 3761 MOM 7M I30.M 75* 13000 47(1 260.M > 57(1 ZSt.t 741 260 M 77*1 1 2M.M (7(1 2M.N
7M 130.0* 972 13000 97*3 130.M 7M 130.00 7*5 7M KM 00 1.10.00 77 7M I30.M IM.M 171 77* IMM IM.M
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
0459
156 00
44M
4451
104 00
10400
1459 4452 4453 I.M.M 1114 11(1 IM.M 245* ( IM.M 3459 IM.M 5459 4458 44M 156 00 1114 IWi lili nil 6459 IMM IM.M IMM 7459 IM.M 84M IM.M
44M 4455 IM.M 1M.M 44M 4457 IM.M IM.M 44SI 4M2 4463 44M IM.M IM.M 4M5 MM 104.M IM.M
M 9<5*

1M.I
44(7
1M.I
1M.I
Prize-winning numbers of yesterday's Lotterv drawing were sold at: 1st In Panam, 2nd in Code, 3rd in Coln.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 7 ana not included In the above list win Fifty-Two Dollars (5J.M) each.
The whole tickets have 52 pieces which comprise the two series "A" and "B."
81gned by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of Panama..
MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.
WITNPsTCPC. Ramn Mndez G.Cdula No. 20-1255 JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA,
Ti-1 incaica. Felipe CastrellnCdula No. 19-5685 Notary Public. Panam
PABLO A. PINEL
Secretary
_
Everybody Reads Classifieds
BUY NOW
^POHTIAC
(A GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT)

IMMEDIATE OFF FLOOR DELIVERY
AT
NEW PRICES

i
I
.
I
Duty Free
Off Floor
4 DOOR SEDAN $ 2299
CATALINA COUPE 2470
Canal Zone
Direct
$2234
2395
These Pontiacs are DeLUXE Models. They have SPARE TIRE
CHROME TRIM and FOAMTEX CUSHIONS.

Finance Available Liberal Trade-In Allowances
COME IN TODAY SEE WHAT YOU'RE BVY11SG f
CIVA, S. A.
YOUR PONTIAC CADILLAC DEALER
PANAMA TEL. 24)870
11 J1 II
II '
II '

f II II H II ii -



page rom
THE rANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY 9, 19Si
by
JOE WILLIAMS
II appears to be against the rules to serve the All-Star fame
to Ous H. Fan without bitter rhubarb. This year Casey Stengel,
who it to master mind the Americans, finds himself apologizing
for the menu. There is no Bob Feller a la mode.
"How was I to know the guy was going to pitch a no hitter?"
asks Mr. Stengel. Don't blame the manager. Blame the pitcher.
H< should have told him.
Under the rules in his league the manager is restricted to
one pitcher from each club. Mr. Stengel had previously Indicated
Bob Lemon was the Cleveland pitcher he wanted. At the time
of selection Lemon was only 8-6, Feller 10-2. Both are right-
handers. Lemon's coming, Feller's going. (Lemon won 20 in 48,
. 22 in '49 and 23 in 50. For the long pull any manager would pre-
- ier Lemon. But right now Fellers cooking with uranium, the
biggest comeback since the ukulele.
An All-Star game without the only pitcher to win three no
hitters In this century Is manifestly an incomplete show case
.nd Ous H. Fan has a valid squawk. If Ous'll make room I'll do
. a little soft sobbing on his shoulder to keep him company. As
for Feller himself my emotions are less easily aroused. I have
to wonder If the omission makes any difference to him.
I remember in '48, Feller, still the strikeout king and highest
salaried pitcher in baseball, told old Ous to go fly his kite. tA
considerable suggestion, at that. Look what it did for B. Frank-
lin'. Feller wanted no part of the game and ducked it. Bill Veeck,
the Odd Character, Cleveland owner at the time, backed him. In
'.effect, he said: "We aren't interested. All that matter to us is
the pennant." P. S.They won It.
MR. MILLER SCORNED IT TOO.
The game was played for the players pension fund which
neted $93,477. The participants did not share directly, as In the
world series. If Feller's attitude wasn't typical neither was It
unique. From the first many of the players have been allergic
*'tc playing a game which is not Immediately rewarding. Several
Ignored It consistently. Conspicuously, Eddie Miller, the shortstop.
For some time the club owners were suspect, too. Their
" apathy Indicated a desire to abandon it altogether. Originally
thev sanctioned the game as part of a Chicago civic enterprise.
I believe at no time did they recognize its publicity values, its
tonic effect when in mid-season the sport more often not can
stand a booster shot. By now the game Is firmly entrenched and
Arch Ward, the Imaginative Chicago sports writer who conceived
the idea, need have no further qualms. It is here to stay..
The 18th renewal will be played in Detroit tomorrow, oddly,
as a leature of another civic celebration, the city's 250th birth-
day, the game having been transferred from Philadelphia, the
original locale. As a matter of custom, the Americans will be
favored In this space. They usually win. Their record is 12 out
of 17. Last year was an exception. They lost in extra Innings
It marked Mr. Stengel's first appearance as an All-Star
master mind. He didn't come out of it so good. The second
guessers had him on a whirling spit for days after. Why had he
made this move? Why hadn't he made that move? Mr. Stengel's
rebuttal was succinct and shattering. "I've yet to meet a second
guesser that ever made a mistake."
WHEN DIZZY DEAN BROKE HIS TOE.
The Americans had gone into the ninth leading 3-2. Mr.
Stengel set out to protect the narrow lead by tightening his de-
lense He benched big hitters for more dependable glove men.
'this was playing it according to the esteemed Mr. Hoyle. Only
trouble was It didn't work. When Ralph Kiner tied it up with a
homer in the ninth the need for hitters was more pressing than
In the' extra innings Mr. Stengel's hitters were impotent
gainst the right hand offerings of Larry Jansen and Ewell
Blackwell. As a matter of fact, the hitting was restricted to two
hits for the eight Innings these young men manned the pits.
So It was a question whether the result would have been dif-
ferent even if Mr. Stengel hadn't sacrificed power.
On one point Mr. Stengel might have been faulted. When
he called on Ted Grav. a lefthander, the Nationals had seven
righthanders In the lineup and both Ray Scarborough and Feller
vere available. It was off Gray that Red Schoendienst, swinging
tight hit the tie-breaking homer in the 14th. But in the case
of Schoendienst Mr. Stengel could plead extenuating circum-
stances, for he hits from either side.
The interesting feature of the Nationals' win was that they
*Tb*at the Americans with their own weapon, the long ball, A
Home run by Kiner can never be a surprise, but Schoendienst. a
-336 hitter, surprises himself when he gets one. especially from
,ih(- right .side This one was a solid smash, too, landing In almost
-the exact spoi where Kiner's came to rest.
~ It was in this game that Ted Williams crashed Into the out-
"THfld barrier, fracturing his elbow, and was lost to the Red Sox
^lor a large part of the season. Thirteen years earlier Dizzy Dean
had suffered a broken toe, the result of a line drive from Earl
Averlll's bat and was never the same pitcher thereafter. This
"is another reason why the club owners griped. Running such
*-+isks in a game that means nothing to them at the box office.
'But by now they are resigned to the common philosophy that
accidents can happen anywhere. like the ball players, though,
-iljty'll never get completely used to playing it for free.
Caribe Takes Atlantic Hoop
Twilight League First Place
LEAGUE STANDINGS
-"TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Eaxibe......
-**i-(i Solo
Swell's......
"jRfestinf house ..
Junior Varsity. .
Mtrd D. Battery
3
t
1
1
1
0 1.000
1 .667
1 .300
2 .333
2 .333
2 .000
Hesults of Friday night's games
Caribe 61. Westing house 59.
903rd 37. JVs 50.
; Friday night the strong Caribe
team defeated Westinghouse in
% great bat tie. Both teams were
using fast breaks. The score
changed hands in the last quar-
ter very often. Bucky Hall led his
team to victory being high point
man with 18 points to his credit.
Is teammate -Ed Capalbo, was
next best with 12 points. For
Westinghouse (,'eli.s was again
high point man with 24 points.
Celis has scored in his last two
g-ames a total i>; 49 points.
The box score:
Westinghouse FG FT TP
Cells.......... 11 2 24
Ibaez........ 6 6 18
Tom.L,........ i 0 2
Chafhtors...... 2 2 6
Magdaleno. C.. .. 0 Tom.N......... 4 ii 8
Bios ........ 0 0 0
Magdaleno B.. .. 0 1 1
Totals........24 11 5
The box score:
Junior Varsity FG FT TP
, Rhinehart...... 1
iSalter. R....... 2
Hatgl.......... 0
Roberts........ 0
iPeltvnovlch..... 10
;EgoIf.......... 3
ISalter, T....... 4
, Palumbo........ 1
7
(I
0
21
7
y
3
1 IS
2 8
1 1
1 1
2 4
0 1
0 (1
1) (1
0 0
FT TP
1 B
II 2
II 8
8 18
(i 4
2 8
0 ii
11 4
II 0
Caribe FG
Hooper........ 4
Capalbo........ 6
Simons, R...... 3
Ball......... '>
JMfhlev........ 2
Gibson......... '
Ftscod....... i
Bweringen...... 2
Olhoelt........ '
Totals........25 11 61
Hal the second game of the muht
the JVs defeated the StWrd D
Battery by the score of 50 to 37.
The youngsters under the man-
agement of Coach Palumbo were
really playing a (reat (ame Pel-
tlnovich was high point man for
a JVs with 21 points For the
d It was Kraft who scored
B^BJof the points with 1 points
fc his credit
Totals........ 21 8 50
43rd D Battery FG FT TP
Kraft.......... 9
Tischulc........ 3
Woods......... 0
Zrybruegg...... 0
Trueblood...... 1
Oonzalez...... 2
Lambert........ 0
Myers......... 0
Dietrich........ 0
Totals........15 7 37
Referees: Wheeler and Sand-
ers; Timer: Lust: Score Keeper.
G. Smith.
Tuesday, July 10
Powell's vs. JVs, 7:00 p.m.;
D Btry 803 vs. Coco Solo, 8:30 pm.
Tuesday night Palumbo's JVs
will be out to win their second
game of the season. If the JVs
play the way they did on Friday
night, they have a very nood op-
portunity of beating the Powell's
learn.
In the second game of the eve-
ning we find the D Battery 903rd
trying to win their first game of
the season against the strong Co-
co Solo outfit Both these games
j will be good games. So be up at
i the Margarita Gym at 7 o'clock to
see these two fine contests.
Faces In
The Majors
ITLiS
ST/
i \ t t
Bob Hooppr Joe Tipton
Luis Thompson,
Leonel Peralta
In Return Bout
Luis Thompson and Leonel Pe-
ralta, two of the leading local
lightweights, will battle Sunday
night, July 15, for the right to get
a crack at Wllfredo Brown's 135-
pound crown.
Thompson, unbeaten as a pro,
scored a stunning three-round
knockout over the previously un-
beaten Peralta the first time
these boys met. The latter was a
topheavy favorite to whip
Thompson and add another vlc-
tim to his impressive string of
kayo victories.
According to matchmaker Louis
Craig, arrangements are being
completed for Brown to defend
his title against Sunday night's
winner some time in September,
so the fans can be assured that a
real battle is In store for them.
The six-round semifinal brings
together Beto Scantlebury and
Carlos Watson, two promising
135-pound lads who started out
as though to set the division afire
but who have cooled off some-
what. They appear to be evenly
matched and should provide an
Interesting bout.
A six-round special between
up-and-coming Vicente Worrel
and hard-hitting James Milton
will be an added attraction. These
boys will meet at 126 pounds.
Even the four-round prelimin-
ary on this Carlos Derralle pro-
moted program is of top caliber.
Hard-hitting San Bias Indisn
Fidel Morris tackles Victor Ar-
dines at a 126-pound limit.
Admission prices are worth S3
(special ringside), S2 (general
ringside). $1 general admission
and S0.50 for boxers and children.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
1Fonseca $4.80. $3,60, $3.40.
2 La Suerte $7.80, $5.
3Cacique $4.80.
SECOND RACE
1Annie N. $4.80. $3 80. $2.20
2Bagaleo $3.80. $2.60.
3-Opex $3.
First Doubles: (Fonseca-Annie
N.) $10.
THIRD RACE
1Little Lulu $3.60, $2.80. $2.20.
2Conde $7. $5.60.
3- Tuira $340.
One-Two: (Little Lulu-Conde)
$28.60.
Red Sox Take Over 2nd Place
As Yanks Drop To 3rd In A.L.
American League
TEAMS
Chicago........49
Boston.........47
New York......45
Cleveland......44
Detroit........34
Washington.....SI
Philadelphia .. ..
St. Louis........22
Won Lost Pet.
29
2
St
ss
ss
44
41
52
.628
.18
.608
.579
.472
i.413
.377
National League
TEAMS
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn. .. ,. .. 58
New York......43
St. Louis........44
Cincinnati .. .. .. 3(
Philadelphia .. ..35
Boston.........34
Chicago........38
297 Pittsburgh......31
26
36
35
SS
41
44
39
44
.658
.544
.533
.(86
.461
.459
.435
.413
TODAY'S GAMES
OPEN DATE.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 011 100 0003 6 0
Boston 000 022 20x6 9 2
Raschi (12-61. Reynolds, Kuza-
va and Berra; Scarborough (6-4)
and Rosar.
(First Gams)
Philadelpa 000 000 0011 7 0
Washington 300 000 OOx3 8 0
Kellner (5-6), Coleman and
Tipton; Marrero (8-5) and Guer-
ra.
(Second Game)
Philadelpa 000 010 0102 7 2
Washlngt'n 200 030 30x8 8 1
Schelb (1-10', Hooper, Kucab,
Coleman and Astroth; Hudson
(3-51 and Klutts.
(First Gams)
Cleveland 102 000 5CO 8 11 0
Detroit 000 003 0003 9 1
Wynn (J)-9> and Hegan: Bear-
den, Trucks (2-2i, Trout, Boro-
wy and Ginsberg.
(Second Game, Called at end of
eighth, Darkness.)
Cleveland 200 410 30x10 15 1
Detroit 000 000 200 2 7 0
Garcia (10-6' and Tebbetts.
White (0-11. Newhouser, Stuart,
Borowy, Trout and Robinson.
Chicago 100 200 110-5 12 4
St. Louis 003 100 0004 7 0
Pierce (9-61, Dooson, Rotblatt.
Aloma and Nlarhos; Byrne, Ma-
honey (0-11 and Batts.
TODAY'S GAMES
OPEN DATE.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 110 0002 10 2
Pittsburgh 013 100 Olx6 14 1
Staley dl-8), Brecheen' and
Rice; Friend (3-5),WllksandGa-
raglola.
(Second Gama)
St. Louis 000 313 2009 17 1
Pittsburgh 000 040 1308 12 1
Poholsky, Chambers (6-8), Stal-
ey and Sarnl, Rice; Warle (5-2).
Queen, Wllks, Dlckson, Walsh and
McC'ullough.
(Ten Innings)
Brooklyn 000 011 101 28 12 1
Phila. COO 021 100 04 11 2
Roe, Newcombe. Pallca |(2-3>,
King and Campanell; Church,
Konstanty (3-7), Meyer and Wll-
ber.
(Ten Innings)
Boston 000 020 300 16 10 0
N. York 000 302 000 05 9 1
Cole. Nichols, Chlpman (1-0'
and St. Claire, Cooper; Mage,
Spencer, Koslo (3-51 and Wes-
trum.
HAS 5 BABIES IN YEAR
ATLANTA (UP)Mrs. John
Glbbs gave birth to triplets and
twins In the same year.
Juvenia Watch Tournament
All 'Sweater-Girl' Finals
D
FOURTH RACE
1 Golden Patricia $4.20. $3 60,
$2.80.
2- Domino $4.20. $3.40.
3-Tap Olrl $3.40.
Quiniela: (Golden Patricia-
Domino ) $18.
FIFTH RACE
1Black Sambo $3. $2 60. $2.20.
2Romntico $2.80, $2.20.
3Duque $2.60.
SIXTH RACE
1Choice Brand $9.20, $5.20, $5.60
2Flamenco $4.80. $3 60.
3Sandarin $15.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1 -Uncle James $2.20 $2.20.
2Babv Betty ie> $2 20.
Second Doubles: (Choice Brand-
I'ncle Jamas) S12.
EIGHTH RACE
1Pepsi Cola $18.00. $11.20. $6.80.
2Gran Dla $21.20. $6 80.
3 -Porter's 8tar $8.40.
Quiniela: (Pepsi Cola-Gran
Dial $91.86.
NINTH RACE
1Tropicana $4.40, $3.20.
2 Delhi $4.80.
One-Two: (Tropicana Delhi)
$11.44.
TENTH RACE
1Aqu Estoy $3.80, $2 60.
2 Miranda $3.60.
Yesterday the finalists of the
Juvenia Watch Handicap Golf
tournament at Summit Hills
were determined when Gene
Hochstedler defeated Paul Mo-
ran 6 and 5. and Dick Thompson,
shooting a 77. defeated W. A. Da-
niels 5 and 3. Both Hochstedler
and Thompson were members o
the original "Sweater Girl" In-
ter-Club Championship team
this year.
The finalists in the Consola-
tion Flight also iconsls of two
"Sweater Girls"Al Saarlnen
and George Rlley. George, shoot-
ing a 75, defeated M. B. Huff 3
and 2 to claim the honor of play-
ing in the finals. Al Saarlnen,
shooting a 78. defeated Jim Des-
Londes one up when he sank a
six-foot putt on the 18th green
and Jim missed a six-footer, to
close the closest match of the
day.
The finals will be played the
morning of Sunday, July 15, with
Gene Hochstedler pitted against
Dick Thompson. Gene, who fin-
ished up two over par against
Paul Moran, is the favorite in the
final match because of his sterl-
ing play in the past three weeks.
However. Thompson, who seems
to thrive on lack of practice and
one game of golf a week, might
come through to be the victor. In
anv event, the match will prob-
ably wind up with both contes-
Army Sports
FORT KOBBE, C.Z.The 504th
' Field Artillery basketball squad
(.succumbed to the sharpshooting
i Panam Royal Crown hoopsters,
| in a recent game at Fort Kobbe
!Oym. Final score, 80-59.
Brlndle and Campos netted
baskets to open the scoring for
the home team, before the Roy-
al's Castorina connected lor two
points. The 504th led 13-10 at the
end of the first period.
However, In the second quar-
ter, Royal Crown be;an to show
power." and scored 26 points
against 17 for the Army, making
a final half-time score of 36-30.
Held at bay for three periods,
the Royals scored two points in
the fourth period for every one
the 504th could make. This ex-
tended a fourth quarter lead that
had not been clinched during the
earlier part of the game.
Slbauste (Royals' led both
teams by scoring eight field goals
and four fouls. His teammate,
Jaen. had one point less, with five
baskets and nine fouls. High
scorer for the 504th was Brindle
with 19 points from eight baskets
and three fouls.
Score by quarters:
Royal Crown 10 26 17 .2780
504th 13 17 16 1359
tants shooting dice on the 19th
hole for drinks or watches.
Finals of the Consolation Flight
will pit the sensational playing
George Rlley against the steady
veteran Al Saarlnen. George, who
won the first flight of the Pan
American Airways Tournament
at Oamboa and is the proud pos-
sessor of an Ice bucket and four
tumblers, has been touring the
Summit course in par and under
par scores, and if he continues to
play that kind of golf should beat
Al Saarlnen In a close match.
However, Al has been playing
his brand of steady golf year in
and year out and has always won
his share of tournaments. He will
be waiting for George on the first
tee.
A representative of Mercurlo's,
who are the sole agents for Juv-
enia watches In Panam, will be
on hand to distribute the prizes,
and to present the medalist, Jim
Rlley, with a beautiful Juvenia
product.
Immediately after the match-
es there will be a free lunch, fol-
lowed by presentation of prizes,
after which Jim Rlley. Chairman
of Activities Wr the day, will be
In charge of pitching, putting,
and driving contests and other
extra-curricular games of chance
and skill, for which there will be
adequate prizes. Summit mem-
bers. Isthmian golfers and their
guests are invited to attend.
NEW YORK, July 9 (UP) The
Red Sot shot into second place
In the American League by beat-
ing the New York Yankees 8-3 at
Boston while the Chicago White
Sox remained In the lead by one
game by edging the St. Louis
Browns 5-4 with the help of three
pitchers in the ninth Inning yes-
terday.
The Yankees slipped down to
third place. The Red Sox have
now won six straight and ele-
ven in their last 15 games.
The Cleveland Indians, mean-
while, kept only four games out of
first place with 8-3 and 10-2 wins
over the Tigers at Detroit on Lar-
ry Doby's extra bases barrage
while seven-hitters by Cuban
Conrado Marrero and Sid Hudson
gave the Senators a 3-1 and 8-2
speed over the Philadelphia Ath-
letics at Washington.
The Yankee collapse was the
big news, however. Vic Raschi was
nursing a 3-0 lead with two out
in the fifth when Lou Boudreau
homered after Ted Williams' sin-
gle and in the sixth the Red Sox
went ahead for their ninth win
over the Yanks In 13 games when
Clyde Vollmer blasted a circuit
blow after Billy Goodman's sin-
gle.
Chico Carrasquel and Eddie
Stewart singled and Bob Dillin-
ger hit a long fly for the White
Sox' winning run In the eighth
but It took a tense ninth inning
to down the Browns.
Jim Delsing opened It with a
double off reliever Joe Dobson,
then Cuban Luis Aloma came in
for the Chlsox. Fred Marsh bunt-
ed out on a third strike and Sher-
man Lollar hit into a doubleplay.
Do by hit his. 12th and 13th
homers, a triple and a double to
drive In six runs as the Indians
beat the Tigers for their 12th
and 13th times In 14 games this
season. Early Wynn scored his
eighth victory in the opener
and Mike Garcia got bis tenth
in the nightcap.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers stepped
out eight and one-half games in
front of the other National Lea-
gue teams when Jackie Robin-
son's tenth Inning two-run hom-
er beat the Philadelphia Phillies
6-4 while Sid Gordon's tenth in-
ning round tripper beat the New
York Giants for the Boston
Braves t-5 at the Polo Grounds.
The Pirates beat the St. Louis
Cardinals 6-2 then lost to them
9-8 at Pittsburgh. The Chicago
Cubs and Cincinnati Reds were
rained out.
The Dodgers won a battle of
homers. Roy Campanella's tenth
four-bagger put the Brooklyns
ahead 1-0 in the fifth. Pitcher
Bubba Church's first with a man
on made it 2-1 In the Phillies'
Peewee Reese's fourth Homer
tied it at 2-2 In the sixth but
Tommy Brown hit his fourth In
("the Phils' sixth to make 3-2. The
Dodgers again tied up the game
at 3-3 In the seventh on two sin-
gles, a walk and Carl Furlllo's fly.
The Phils forged ahead again
4-3 In their half of the seventh
but the Dodgers came back with
a tally in the ninth then won it
in the tenth when Robinson hit
his 11th homer with Furillo on
base.
The Giants had a 5-2 lead In
the seventh when the Braves
tied the score on Willard Mar-
Little League
LOCAL RATE
(Second Half Standings)
TEAMS W L Pet.
Fergus Cubs......1 1.444
TwinCitv Rookies. 1 1.444
If ill La Bocans.....4 1 .944
Monticello Gamboans 9 1 .444
First half winner: If ill La Bocans
Twin City Rookies shaded Ifill
La Bocans in a 8-4 spine-tingler
at La Boca, Saturday The teams
battled on even terms for eight
innings before a homer by Ra-
mn Jimnez with a mate aboard
settled the Issue In favor of Twin
City.
Jimenez went the distance for
the victors. Robert Pate, who re-
lieved F. Bynoe in the fifth, went
down to his first defeat of the
season for a 5-1 record Twin City
slashed out eight hits while I rill
La Bocans settled for seven safe-
ties.
The box scores follow:
Twin Citv Rookies AB R H
R. Samuels, 2b-rf .... 4 0 2
R. Mollnar, 3b...... 3 1 0
L. Blades, c........ 5 1 1
R. Jimnez, p........ 5 1 1
H. Holder. If........ 3 1 2
C. Garrett. cf....... 2 1 1
A. Titus, lb........ 4 1 1
C. Moreno. 2b........ 3 0 0
0. Maynard,2b......-. 0 0 0
H. Glllings. ss....... 4 0 9
R. BladeS, rf........ 0 0 0
Totals............33 6 8
Ifill La Bocans AB R H
R. Brown. 2b........ 3 1 0
1. Lord. 3b.......... 4 0 1
L. Best. If.......... 4 0 1
R. Pate, lb-p........ 4 1 2
I. Best, ss.......... 3 0 0
C. Brown, c......... 4 0 1
G. Payne, cf........ 4 0 1
F. Bynoe, p......... 2 1 0
R. Innlss. lb........ 2 0 0
A. Spencer, rf....... 3 1 1
P. Wellington........ 1 0 0
Totals............34 4 7
Fergus La Boca Cubs made
their first effort of the second
half a success by halting Monti-
cello Gamboans. 5 to 2. behind
the four-hit pitching of Karl
Sinclair.
J. Allen, the losing hurler. toll-
ed for five innings and was re-
lieved by M. Grant. W. Barnaby
homered for the Fergus Cubs who
were limited to five hits.
The box scores follow :
Fergus Cubs AB R H
A, Brown, ss........ 3 1 1
W. Forde, lb........ 2 1 0
A. Howell. 2b........ 3 2 0
W. Barnaby, rf...... 3 1 1
D. Jolly, cf........ 3 0 0
W. St. Louis, c...... 4 0 2
E. Wilson. If........ 4 0 1
J. Howard. 3b........ 1 0 0
K. Sinclair, p........ 3 0 a
Totals............26 5 I
Monticello Gamboans AB R H
C. Baxter, 3b........ 3 0 0
Blake. 3b.......... 1 0 0
R. Grant, ss........ 3 0 0
A. Jones, cf........ 2 1 1
H. Warren, c-ss...... 2 1 0
J. Allen, p-lf........ 1 0 0
L. Fardin, lb........ 3 0 2
M. Grant, lf-p........ 3 0 0
S. Duncan, lf-rf...... 3 0 1
C. Welch. 2b .;...... 0 0 0
E. Scott. 2b........ 1 0 0
Holness. rf.......... 1 0 0
Totals............23 2 4
CZSA Small Bore Match
Set For Far Fan Sunday;
'Big Bore' Rained Out
The monthly Canal Zone Shoot-
ing Association team match for
July will be held at the Balboa
Gun Club's Far Fan range on
Sunday. July 15. July's match Is
to be with the .22 caliber rifle for
the "Rlngo" trophy and will be
fired at fifty yards. Each compe-
titor will fire 40 shots, 20 stand-
ing, and 20 prone, and any sights
may be used. The "Rlngo" trophy
is now in the possession of the
Albrook-Curundu Club, who have
the first leg on It.
While this is primarily a team
championship, there will also be
Individual awards, and individual
entries will be accepted. Entry
fees will be one dollar per man
whether he shoots as an Indivi-
dual or as a team member.
The Balboa Gun Club will have
at least two teams In this, or pos-
sibly three. They must be con-
ceded to be favorites for this
match, with a roster made up of
the two Dlllman boys, Al Joyce,
Archie Turner, Fred Wells, Stur-
tevant Todd, Lew Ryan, Clayton
Breckon, and many other fine
small bore shooters.
The Marine Barracks Gun Club
will have one or two teams, and
they must be considered the dark
horses of this match. They are
tops with the pistol and the big
rifle, and capable with all wea-
pons. However, they are an un-
known quantity with the .22 rifle,
and they are up against tough
competition. Pompura, Schrunk,
Zembroski, Donaleski, Weeks,
Stringer, Pratt and others make
up an excellent aggregation.
The Cristobal Juniors are bound
to be dangerous In this one. Like
the Balboa Juniors In recent
years, all of their firing In posi-
tion shooting with the small bore
rifle, and this type of competi-
tion is their meat. Jim Schrelber-
er, Ray Pinto, and Leo Constan-
tlne. who this year rates among
the top Junior shooters national-
ly, form the nucleus of a fine
team.
Another team which must be
conceded a fair chance is the al-
ways dangerous Albrook-Curun-
du aggregation. With Gil Kemm,
Bill Merriman, Bob Deming, Earl
Mitchell. Bill Jaffray, and Bob
Gorder, among others, and cap-
tained by Cliff Brewster, this
team can take It all on one of
their good days. They have risen
to the necessary heights to win
both big bore team matches this
year, and were champions of the
Gallery League.
Sunday's big bore match was
rained out and declared no con-
test, when the target carriers
were so flooded that the targets
wouldn't stick to the carriers. At
the time the match was called off
Andy Pompura of the Marines
shah's homer, Ebba St. Claire's
triple. Manager Tommy Holm-
es' pinch double and Walker
Cooper's double. Then Came
Gordon's winning homer In the
tenth.
Red Schoendienst's first two
homers of the year paced the 17-
hlt Cardinal attack that won the
second game of their doublehead-
er with the Pirates.
was In the lead with 186 and BUI
Merriman of Albrook-Curundu
with 182 was In second place. Bill
Jaffray. also of Albrook-Curundu
was back In third place with 181,
so It looked like a successful day
all around, until the rain came.
The match was postponed Indef-
initely, due to next week's CZSA
match and the advent of the out-
door pistol league.
Time and date of retiring this
match will be announced In this
paper at a later date. In tha
meantime, all shooting eyes ara
focused on the "Rlngo" trophy
match next Sunday.
Antonio Cerda
Slated To Play
In French Open
PARIS, July 9 (UP) Ths
French Golf Association today
announced that Antonio Cerda,
the Argentine champion who fin-
ished second last week In the
British Open golf championships,
will compete In the French Open
at Saint Cloud July 17-18.
The Argentine will be one ol
the favorites with French ama-
teur champion Henry Lamaze
and French professional cham-
pion Jean Baptlste.
...WITH THESE WORLD-FAMOUS
"PAR BUSTERS"''
GRAND SLAM
CLUBS
DESIGNED FOR BEATING P/
A y Of/ofcU lliading iparf 11quipmtTifo*
POWERBUT
CLUBS
...FOR THAT EXTRA
DISTANCE AND ACCURACY
Used and endorsed by
Joe Brbaro
Anbal Macarrn H.
leading Isthmian pros.
"Tommy Armour"
"Sweet Shot"
GOLF BALLS
Sold t trading pro lhopa on Ibt IMhmu
Representativo |
MARTIN B. GLASGALL
P.O. Box 3117 ranam City
Tou can stop your smooth-worn
tires from slipping and spinning
by using Goodyear's tire repair
and retread service. This world-
famous tire treatment gives old
tires tough new treads that grip, gives you
many extra miles of safe riding. It's done by
skilled specialists factory-trained in Goodyear
methods, and it saves you time, money and
worry. So see your Goodyear dealer
now. Rely on him for regular tire-inspection
service and for expert repair and retread work.
EXTRA-MILEAGE RECAPPING
moans now life for old tiros,
new safety for you!
GOODYEAR DE PANAMA, S. A.
TELEPHONE 2-1221 PANAMA, R. P.

J
Distributors:


AUTO SERVICE, INC
TELEPHONE 2-1881 PANAMA. R. P.
TO REDUCE TOOTH DKAT RrKTIVaT-
No other tooth paste, ammoniated
or regular, has been proved batter
than ipana/
A Prtdmt / W*)W:***)
IPANA TOOTH PASTE


MONDAYK JULY S, 1951
PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
page mi

l~^acific ^ocie
L
v
ff/rs. ^Xinnilh f/twianJ
&x 96 8aLa JJeifLU- V*L Ratio* 1336
INDEPENDENCE DAY RECEPTION THIS EVENING
AT THE ARGENTINE EMBASSY IN PANAMA
The Ambassador of Argentina to Panama and Mrs. Julio
A. Lope Muix have issued Invitations for a reception to be
given at the Embassy on La Cresta this evening from I to I
on the occasion of Argentina's Independence Day.
Governor Newcomer
Leaves for Washington
The Governor of The Panama
Canal, General Francis K. New-
comer, left by airplane Sunday on
a short trip to Washington. DC.
Luncheon to Honor
Minister and Mrs. Peres
The Minister of Italy to Pana-
ma and Mrs. Antonio Roset De-
sandre are Riving a luncheon
Wednesday at Hotel El Panama
In honor of Panama's Minister to
Italy and Mrs. Felipe O. Perez,
who are leaving soon for Rome.
Receptions at French Legation
on Bastille Day
The Minister of France and
Mrs. Guy Menant will hold a re-
ception at the Legation Saturday
morning, following a Bastille Day
ceremony In the French Plaza,
for members of the French colo-
ny in Panama, the French-Ame-
rican Committee and L'Alllance
Francalse.
The Minister and Mrs..Menant
are Issuing Invitations for a re-
ception to be given at the Lega-
tion from 6 to 8 that evening in
celebration of Bastille Day.
Admiral and Mrs. Ageton
at Hotel Tlvoli
Rear Admiral A. A. Ageton,
U.S.N. ret., Mrs. Ageton and their
three children arrived recently
from Coronado, California, and
are at the Hotel Tlvoli In Ancon
for two or three weeks. They
plan to leave the latter part of
July for their home at Annapolis.
Maryland.
Mrs. Turner Leaving
for Almirante
After a visit in Ancon with Bis-
hop and Mrs. Reginald Heber
Gooden, Mrs. Robert W. Turner
in Is leaving tomorrow for her
home in Almirante.
University Women
Entertain at Tea
The Minister of Education and
Mrs. Bermudez, the Rector of the
National University and Mrs.
Mndez Perelra and several offi-
cers of the Canal Zone College
Club were guest* of the Associa-
tion of University Women of Pa-
nama at a tea held Saturday af-
ternoon at Hotel El Panama. The
tea celebrated the assocltlon's
11th anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Quinn
Entertain at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Quinn gave
a dinner of eight covers Saturday
evening at their home in Balboa.
Arriving Tomorrow
on SS Panama
Judge and Mrs. Joseph J. Han-
cock are returning Tuesday on
the SS Panama after spending a
short leave at their former home
tn Louisville, Kentucky.
Mrs. John Robert McLavy of
Balboa Heights arrives on the
same ship from a vacation trip to
Pennsylvania, where she visited
her son-in-law and daughter. Dr.
and Mrs. John Clark and their
Infant daughter.
Kenneth Withers, son of Col-
onel and Mrs. George K. Withers
of Balboa Heights, la returning
today from Washington. D.C.,
where he has been attending
school this summer.
Miss Theodora Dlstefano,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
dore Dlstefano of Pedro Miguel,
is arriving on the Panama to vis-
it her parents. She was gradua-
ted In June from the Nurses
Training School at Johns Hop-
kins in Baltimore. Miss Dlstefa-
no attended Louisiana State
University before entering nurs-
es training.
Donovans Leaving
on Vacation Trip
Sailing on the SS Panama Fri-
day will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry
L. Donovan and their daughter.
Miss Peggy Ann Donovan. They
will spend several weeks vacation
In Boston and Chicago.
Visitors Honored
by Mr. and Mrs. Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Byrne.enr
tertalned a large group of young
people at a barbecue supper giv-
en last evening at their home in
the Contractors' Area at Curun-
du Heights. The party honored
their nieces, Miss Mary Jo dem-
ons of Fort Worth. Texas, and
Miss Patty Ruth Cassetty of
Nashville. Tennessee, who arriv-
ed Friday for a summer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Arias
Hosts at Dinner
Miss Maria Teresa Healy and
her flanee, Roberto Alemn, were
the guests of honor at a dinner
which Mr. and Mrs. Raul Arias
gave Saturday evening at their
residence In Panama City.
Daughter Born to
Dr. and Mrs. Garry y
A daughter, Susan Cerldwyn,
their first child, was born to Dr.
and Mrs. John Garry of Hanover,
New Hampshire. June 29 in Han-
over. Mrs. Garry, nee Dorothy
Fritz. Is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Clifford Fritz of Balboa.
Change of Residence
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto de Oba-
rrio have moved from Bella Vis-
ta to their new home at Oolf
Heights.
Tryouts Tonight
And Tomorrow
Members and prospective mem-
bers of the Theater Guild are
urged to try out tonight or to-
morrow night at 7:30 at the An-
con Theater for the Oulld's next
production, "Goodbye. My Fan-
cy." which will be directed by
Gene Simpson.
Duplicate Bridge
Tonight
All bridge players are Invited to
take part In the duplicate bridge
tournament to be played at 6:45
tonight at the Diablo Heights
Clubhouse.
Isthmian Nurses
Meet Wedensday
The Isthmian Nurses Associa-
tion will meet on Wednesday at
the Coco Solo Naval Hospital Of-
ficers Club at 7:30 p.m.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panam No. 58. Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Too Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For Information call: 3-2217 Panam.
^^^^^^^^^^=^{^^^Myn^^^^^^^^^^^


VOO CArsi AAAKE YOURSELF OPENLY
PROUD OF YOUR BEDROOM with
FIRST-CLASS MAHOGANY FURNITURE
O im l^t t23a *~o~TM
CASH CREDIT CLUB PLAN
2 BEAUTIFUL NIGHT TABLE LAMPS WILL BE
(ilVEN WITH EACH BEDROOM SET
ImituRE STORE
This will be a dinner meeting
and dues wUl be collected.
Cardenas River Club
Meets Tomorrow
The Cardenas River Garden
Club will meet tomorrow at 5:30
p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles P. Morgan.
Each member has been re-
quested to bring a plant and a
pot. as after the dinner there will
be a lesson on the methods of pot-
ting plants.
IAWC Directors Mee.
The Inter-American Woman's
Club board of directors will meet
Wednesday at 9 a.m. In the Club
Headquarters on Shaler Road.
Mrs. MeManus Entertains
for Mrs. Zapp
Mrs. Helen MeManus enter-
tained recently In the Fern Room
of the Hotel Tlvoli. for Mrs. Na-
talie Zapp. whose marriage to
Mr. Manfred Engel will take place
on July 15.
The guest list Included:
Mrs. Ignacio Molino, Mrs. Edith
Nason, Mrs. Fred Weade, Mrs.
James Adams en, Mrs. Leon
Greene, Mrs. Edward Tremblay,
Mrs. 8. Nelson, Mrs. Nathan
Sharp*. Mrs. Arthur Wynne,
Mrs. Norman Scadron, Mrs. Jo-
seph Scadron, Mrs. Frank Scur-
lock. Mrs. Robert Van Wagner.
Mrs. Martin Berger. Mrs. Paul
Wlr. Mrs. Betty Goldstein. Mrs.
Fanny Engel. Mrs. Adele Major,
Mrs. Patrick Bouchard, Mrs. Sam
Friedman and Mrs. Gene Pontls.
Crime Committee
Makes Florida's
Warren New Offer
WASHINGTON, July 0 (UP)
The Senate Crime Committee
marked time yesterday while Gov.
Fuller Warren of Florida ponder-
ed a compromise offer In the run-
ning dispute over the group's
power to subpoena a state's chief
executive.
Warren had not received the
committee letter offering to let
him testify in Florida instead of
Washington and extending the
deadline to a week from today.
He learned of the offer through
news stories but did not comment
Immediately.
The Florida governor defied the
committee by declaring his In-
tention to ignore a subpoena
summoning him to a hearing
here today. He denied that Con-
gressional committees have pow-
er to force him to leave the state
to testify.
The committee sidestepped this
States' Rights question Saturday
by extending the subpoena dead-
line for another 10 days and of-
fering to have the committee
convene In Florida at a mutually
satisfactory time and place on or
before that date.
In a letter to Warren, Chair-
man Herbert R. O'Conor, D., Md.,
of the Senate Crime Committee,
wrote that the committee be-
lieves It has the constitutional
power "to summon a governor to
testify before it on interstate
matters."
But, O'Conor added, the com-
mittee does not Intend to argue
the point.
"Your claim of immunity must
not divert attention from the
main Issue, namely, the opera-
tions of organized gangster syn-
dicates in interstate commerce
and use of illegal gains to cor-
rupt .public officials," O'Conor
wrote.
Besides denying the commit-
tee's right to subpoena him, War-
ren challenged O'Conor to "clean
up crime" in his own state of
Maryland before continuing his
Investigation In Florida.
In his letter, O'Conor appar-
ently took note of this challenge
by telling Warren the committee
wants information which you
profess to have or are alleged to
have" about crime in Florida and
other states.
Mrs. Esthel Mayers
Dies; Funeral Set
For Tomorrow A.M.
Mrs. Esthel Mayers, a resident
of Red Tank, died last Saturday.
Funeral services have been set
for tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the
Bethel Mission Church in Red
Tank.
Mrs. Mayers is survived by her
husband. Joseph, four daughters
Ernestine, Enid. Rita and Dor-
cine and five sons Brulon,
Garfleld, Charles. Ralph and
Crispin.
^Attlantic S5c
Clothes white;
t),,g: this blue
nse
ENTRALAVE.at21stE.ST. PHONES 2-1830
8. 21833
BRIG. GEN. FRANCIS A. MARCH (left) reviews a parade at
Fort Amador Saturday morning which was held in honor of
two U.S. Army Caribbean officers decorated by General
March, Chief of Staff, USARCARIB. Lt. Jack E. D. Fockler
(center) received a Bronze Star Medal, while Capt. William
S. McArtor night) was awarded the Army Commendation
Ribbon. (U.S. Army photo)
(NEA Telephoto)
EVERYTHING'S JAKE In an amiable mood, Jacob Malik
waves good-bye as he sails for home aboard the Grlpsholm
from New York. The chief Soviet delegate to the UN said,
"Best wishes to those who fight for peace and friendship
between our countries," as he left on his first home leave
in three years.
mm wmisur
h" rir t-italtfirti-f #i-iiii^iii! iViiiwiiVi i.
Today is
PROVIPK ABOUT TO THf AVBM6 PAHy FOOP REQUIREMENTS
Dolici.ut, n.uri.hing GRAPE- NUTS is only one of th 7 dif.
NUTS makes a hit with the ferent varieties of aingle-aerv-
whole family! And cKAI'K- ing packages in POST-TENS!
ietu
& i95, (mi* DtLpl,i
fU
37$
COMMANDER AND MRS. FRANKEL
LEAVE FOR DUTY AT BREMERTON
Commander I. J. Frankel, who has been connected with
the Industrial Burean, with Mrs. Frankel and their children,
sailed yesterday for Texas, en route to Bremerton, Washing-
ton, where he will be stationed at the Navy Yard.
Captain and Mrs. John J.
Schelbler entertained with a bon
voyage supper party Saturday
evening for the Frankels and
Captain and Mrs. Robert Fahle,
who will be leaving In the near
future for duty at Seattle, Wash-
ington .
The Frankel family were also
the breakfast guests of the Schel-
blers before sailing yesterday.
They will visit with Commander
Farnkel's family In Odessa, Tex-
as, and with Mrs. Frankel's fam-
ily in Long Beach, California,
before going to Bremerton.
Brunner-Dlas Wedding
of Local Interest
A recent society Item in the
"Baltimore 8un" read In part:
"The wedding of Miss Louise
Helene Diaz, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis E. Diaz and Mr.
John James Brunner, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George J. Brunner,
took place on June 16 at St. Jo-
seph's Monastery, Baltimore, Md.
The bride wore a gown of white
lace and satin, with a fingertip-
length veil which fell from a sa-
tin Juliet cap. She carried a cas-
cade bouquet of white gardenias.
"Miss Mary Bach, the maid of
honor, wore aqua nylon marqui-
sette and a matching stole. The
bridesmaids. Miss Cath e r i n e
Brunner. Mrs. Carmen Cosara-
quis and Miss Mary Thuman were
attired in frocks of shell pink and
also carried gardenias.
"Mr. George Brunner was his
brother's best man. The ushers
were Mr. Peter Cavanaugh. Mr.
Albert Bach, Mr. Cral Manger
and Mr. Edward Brunner.
"A wedding breakfast was held I
at the Park Plaza Hotel following ;
the ceremony.
"Mr and Mrs. Brunner spent,
their honeymoon at Atlantic Cl-
ty, New Jersey."
Miss Diaz was well-known on
the Atlantic Side of the Isthmus |
where she resided with her faml- |
ly for several years. A number of
former Canal Zone residents
were present at the wedding.
These Included: Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest E. Brown and their
daughter. Mrs. Beverly Brown
Pitt, of Havre de Grace. Mary-
land and Miss Joan Handshaw of
Arlington, Va.
Visitor from North Carolina
Miss Pat Stadler. of Burlington.
North Carolina, arrived Friday
evening by plane from Miami to
spend the summer vacation with
Miss Lee Van Slclen. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Van
Slclen. Jr., of Gatun. Miss Stad-
ler and Miss Van Slclen are
roommates at R.P.I.. College of
William and Mary, Richmond,
v*. ____
Departures and Arrival*
Miss Gwendolyn Karlger,
daughter of Captain and Mrs.
Gordon Karlger, of the De Les-
sens Area, sailed Friday for a va-
cation to be spent with her
grandmother in Norfolk, Virgi-
nia.
Mr. George W. Evans son of Mr.
and Mrs. James J. Evans, of Co-
lon, left by plane Saturday
morning to spend the summer
months with his grandmother,
Mrs. Lena Evans and his uncle
and aunt.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dai-
gle of Baton Rouge. La.
CWO and Mrs. R. A. Flndley
of the Coco Solo Naval Hospital
sailed Sunday for Galveston,
Texas. Mr. Flndley has completed
a two year tour of duty at the
Coco Solo Naval Hospital and Is
bern* assigned to the Naval Hos-
pital at Newport. Rhode Island.
They will vacation in Temple,
Texas, visiting his family and In
Andalusia. Alabama with her fa-
mily, before going to their new
station.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Dl-
dler. of Brazos Heights, with their
sons. Eugene. Jr.. and Larry, re-
turned today on the 8.8. Chlrl-
qul from a vacation with rela-
tives In New Orleans.
Mrs. Bitjelow Complimented
with Shower
The members of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the American Epis-
copal Church of Our Saviour en-
tertained with a morning coffee
and shower at the home of Mrs.
Milton A. Cookson of New Cris-
tobal. Saturday, honoring Mrs.
Henry Blgelow.
A color scheme of pink, blue
and white was carried out on th
coffee table by using coral vine,
white coffee roses and blue moon
blossoms encircling the base of
a triple silver candelabra holding
tapers in the three colors. Mrs.
Dash wood P. Darling president
of the Auxiliary, presided at the
coffee service.
The ladles In charge of ar
rangements were: Mrs. Frank H.
Wol f, Mrs. Robert J. Neeley, Mrs.
C. J. O'Sulllvan. Mrs. Milton A.
Cookson and Mrs. Robert P.
Thomas.
The gifts were presented the)
guest of honor in a mall bag tag -
ged with her name.
Coral Chapter to
Celebrate Anniversary .
Coral Chapter No. 3. Order of
the Eastern Star of Oatun. will
celebrate the 32nd anniversary of '
Its founding tomorrow evening
at the monthly stated meeting.
A dinner will be held at 6:1
p.m. preceding the meeting.
Mrs. John Fahnestock, Worthy
Matron, will preside at the meet-
ing, at which the past officers}
will be the honored guests.
All Eastern Stars are invited
to the dinner and meeting.
Duplicate Bridge
The weekly duplicate bridge
games will be played this even-
ing at the Margarita Clubhouse.
All interested residents will be
welcomed by the group.
The winner s of last week's
games were: East and West: tied,
for first place: Mrs. E. W. Mills-
paugh with Mrs. Irl Sanders, Jr.
and Miss Jeanne Doble with Mr.
Harry Friedland. Mrs. Porter Mc-
Han and Mrs. C. T. Swearlngen
were third.
North and South: Sam Roe and
Herbert Delgado; 2nd. Colonel H.
A. Greene with W. E. Gibson:
3rd. Mrs. Garland A. Orr and
Mr. John M. Fahneatock
Change of Address
Dan and James Nellis. sons of
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nellis. of
Gatun. have accepted positions
with the Electrical Division on
the Pacific Side of the Isthmus
and moved today to quarters at
Diablo.
National Sojourners Meeting
The Caribbean Chapter No. 21,
National Sojourners will meet to-
morrow at the Fort Davis Officers
Club.
Never neglect
a blister!
The tiniest injury can become in-
fected. Never take a chance 1
USE
BAND-AID'
ADHESIVE BANDAGES
SKooimcndni br more doctor* than
any olhw brand.
They come 10 you sterile help
keep out din and germs. Mercuro-
chrome or tyro-lhri-cin pad.
Have some always near at hand.
(JptmtWl <*A>vVWK
0 araunoui 0 N H.-r.K. a. I, $ .
Sweetheart Rm 6-Pc. Sitting 24.8'
Convenient Direct Mailing Plan Available to Canal Zone Resident
MERCURIO
141 Central Avenue.
%T*%a
DRESSES From 350 4nd "P
LINGERIE
SHORTS
HATS
SKIRTS
BLOUSES
SLACKS
BELTS
HOSIERY
COSTUME JEWELRY
CASA GRANT
No. 8 Tivoli Avenue Across from Ancn Postoffice
i -


FAOB SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, JULY 9, 1951
&*SSjm!Z ISlMiCK *ftV7X*

Ltave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWIS SERVICE
Jta. 4 TU.II A.t
rh... t-srn.
KIOSKO DE I.ESSEPS
Parejur *e LWII|W
Panam.
MORRISON'S i
Ma. 4 Pnuth at July Ara.
Peana Z-M41
BOTICA CARI TON
M.tM Malauhn Ata.
Phoae 255Calia.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Na. SS Waal 12th Slrrti.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
Na. S7 H StreetPanam
Na. 12.171 Central Ave.Caln.
Minimum for
12 words
3e each addition*)
word.
FOR SALE
Automobile
0* SAL!: 1946 Chrysler New
Yerker 4 doer aadan. tan, 4 naw
tirai, radia. At. excellent bay.
Onl, S35 dawn. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC, y.ur FORD deoler an
enraaweeile raw.
fC* SALE:Buick Speciol De Luxe
. 1950, six months use. 5.000 miles,
mony extras. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
27.0.
FOR SALE
Household
OR SAH:1950 For*1 2 doer De
Line Si Sedan, black, radio, teat
cavan, ood tirai. Only $445
dawn. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
year FORD dealer on automobile
row.
FOR SALE:_8 1-2 cu. ft. Coldspot
Vith innerjpfing mattresses, $25
ei Crib with mattress, $22.50;
Refrigerator, $65. 2 single beds
small corner table $3; Kenmore
washing mochine, $30; Skirted
vanity with bench, $8; Single
Drawer Oak. Desk $8; Singer
Treadle Sewing Machine, $45;
Play Pen, $2; Baby Car Bed. $3;
3 Calcutto cone fishing pole, $3
ea.. Misc. articles, 3 wide green
window shades. $5. House 605-A,
Cocoli.
MISCELLANEOUS
Da yaa have a drinkina pieeletn?
Write Alcobelici Anaoyniana
ea 2031 Aaaaa. C. 2.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Ecuodorion strow Ham-
mock at store Eugenio Chen. 13th
Street East, Panama.
RESORTS
Paulina. Beach cottages, Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Sramiich'e Sanie Cloro beach-
cottage. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stove, moderate rete. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
FOR SALE:1940 Plymouth 2 Door
Sedon B.375. Apply NAB Box
3090 Ancon.
FOR SALS:1950 Mercery 6 ne-
eaeer coupe, light gray, radio.
aeat caver, goad) tiro. Only $600
dawn and drive it eway. COLPAN
MOTORS INC. year FORD dealer
aa automobile raw.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Stotion
Wagon, low mileoge, like new,
new tires. Call Colon 13M.
FOR SALI: 1950 Ponriec Sis De
Laxe 4 Dear Sedan, black, eet
caver, feed tire. A clean cor.
Only $595 dawn. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. your FORD Dealer en
automobile row.
FOR SALE: Last offer reposessed
1947 Hudson Super Six, Brough-
ham 84-D, Coco Slito.
FOR SALI:1949 Neih 2 doer an-
den, light green, 4 new tirea end
seat coven. Only $195 dawn.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer on eutomobilo row.
FOR SALE:'47 Nash Ambassador,
black 4 Dr. Sedon. single owner,
hos hid excellent core. Leather up-
holstery. 23,000 miles, perfect con-
dition, beautiful appearance. You'll
save dollars with its gas mileage
and low mechanical upkeep. A bar-
gain. Can be financed. Phone Bal-
boa 2-2885.
FOR SALI:1950 Mercury 4 Deer
Seden, dark green, white ide well
tire, overdrive, leather upheltterv,
tender shields, low mileoge. An
Outttending buv. Only S6?0 dawn.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer on autamobile row.
Britain Threatens
Taking Iran Dispute
To Security Council
FOR SALE:Sewing machine, New
Home, treadle type, $60. 20th 5th
Street, New Cristobol.
Clek
FOR SALE:Cheap, tables. Folding-
dining, porceloin top, plain, coffee.
Telephone Balboa 2870. House
598 Ancon.
FOR SALE:A.K.C. registered Cock-
er Spaniel Puppies, 9 weeks old,
black. Call Albrook 86-2226.
LOST b FOUND
$5.00 REWARD. June 28th left
a Silver ring and brocelet in Room
201, Balboa Junior College.
Finder, please contact Mrs. O'-
Toole. 2-1561 or 2-3509. No
questions asked.
Wanted Position
FOR SALE:Baby Grand Piano, 6-
Pc. wicker livingroom set, portoble
typewriter. Magic Chef gas stove,
youths bed, baby stroller. Phone
916. Colon.
TIGtR cub, very tome. Call Shrapnel
Balboa 2820.
William Sonta Cloro Beech Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidalres, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR SALE: House plonts, cheop.
Many beautiful kinds. Owner leov-
mg for States, Friday. 0422-B,
Venado Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Tudor
Streamline. Green. Undercooted.
Plastic seot covers. 15,000 miles
1948 Cushman motor scooter. Gear
shift. Perfect tires and engine.
Floor model B-endix console radio-
phonograph, dark mahogany finish.
Tel. 86-3142.
ATTINTION ALL CLAIMANTS
All persons holding legal claims
against "The Zorn Brothers" ore
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. For steno- u.r.u ,,
graphic, typing and translation I '?V r '^'11 *1!? ES '''iT
work by experienced bilingual So.;' , "T Vfor? J"'y
stenographer on hourly or daily 7? .'oJ,95!' I US'. !5
basis. Call M,ss Garita Sano a; 's* 951 .the above mentioned troupe
3.0334 Wl11 be known as "Zorn Brothers
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Modern, cleon. self-
service grocery store. 5 rm. living
quarters. On main thoroughfore
m Bitteroot Valley. Hot-Springs,
fishing, hunting, mild climate.
Write A. J. Ingersoll, Hamil-
ton. Montona.
FOR SALEA beoutiful lot. elevated
and plain, 1. 100 sq. meters, si-
tuated at 10th Street, Paitilla. o
stone's throw from 50th Street.
Cnll at Cosa Foslich, Control Ave
161.
Production," all rights reserved.
Signed, L. T. Fortner.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36
x II. Sacrifice at $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
- LONDON. Julv 9 (UP)For-
eign Secretary Herbert Morrison
In the House of Commons today
accused Iran of new interference
with the Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany and said Britain Is con-
sidering taking the oil dispute
to the United Nations Security
Council.
Morrison's statement was
made before news reached Lon-
don that Iran had rejected the
proposals of the International
Court of Justice at The Hague,
and was itself threatening to
bring Britain before the United
Nations.
A letter from President Tru-
man, asking Iranian Prime Min-
ister Mohamed Mossadegh to
accept the International Court's
recommendations for the in-
terim operation of the oilfields
arrived too late to affect Iran's
derision.
The Interantional Court re-
commended that both sides
should avoid any action which
would Impede production in the
oilfields, and suggested a five
man (two Iranian, two British.
ore neutral) commLssion run the
fields till a settlement was
reached.
Iran declared the Interna-
tional Court to have no juris-
diction In the matter.
In what Is described as a
routine move Britain is replac-
ing the 8.000 ton cruiser Mauri-
tius, presently standing off
Abadan refinerv. with the 5,770
ton cruiser Burylus.
^ -------------------------
6 Injured As
Car Overturns
She passengers were injured
Sunday night when a station wa-
{gon driven by Edmundo Manza-
narez overturned on Thatcher
Highway near Mile Post fl'2. The
driver will be tried for reckless
driving, according to a report
from the Balboa Police station.
"unless serious injury to the pas-
sengers result.
The vehicle was being driven
long Thatcher Hjghwav when
Miinzanarez lost control and
swerved from the side of the
fclgtiwsy a distance of 310 feet
^^re It struck a bank on the
Tight side of the road and over-
turned.
The following, all Panama-
s, were hurt: Nibrado Silva,
danuel Ros. 26; Juan Vega,
Ingellno Valdez. 18: Benja-
, Murillo. 38. and Benjamin
os. 28. The operator of the
lie, Manzanarez, 34, was un-
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT CF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division | Balboa
DONALD HII.I.ARD HATT.
Plaintiff.
V1BKKE HATT.
Defendant.
SUMMONS
Case No. 33(2
Civil Docket ]|
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the above.nam^J defendant:
Tea. are hereby required to
and answer the complaint filed
above-entitled action wiihin
day after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judsmeni. will be tak
aeamst you by default for the relief
demsniled in the complaint.
WITNKSS the Honorable Joseph J.
Hancock. Judge, Untied Slates District
Court for the Dl.trict of the Canal
Zone, th.s 2nd day of July. 1951
C. T McCarmick ,Jr.
appear
in the
ninety
Aerial Acrobatics.
By 'Mikoyan Jets'
Top Red Air Show
MOSCOW, Julv 9 (UPiRus-
sia's post-war air show above
suburban Tushiho Airfield as a
sun-tanned Marshal Josef Sta-
lin and 550 government officials,
Pollt bureau members and re-
presentatives of the foreign
diplomatic corps looked on.
(A radio Moscow commenta-
tor, heard In London, said the
display of Soviet air power fea-
tured jets performing, at terrific
speeds, aerial acrobatics "never
before attempted."
(Several new Russian planes
were believed to have been
shown publicly for the first time
as they streaked at super-sonic
speeds in a massive display of
air might.
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished eport
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Furnished oportments,
large livingroom. bedroom, kitchen,
both, garage, No. 27. 46 Street.
$75.00. Also bachelor apartment.
Tel. 3-1648.
HOPE FOR
KOREAN
I SEAL)
By Lais E. Harriaoa
x <. I>Put> Clerk
to V ibeke Halt
The foreaoing- summons is served
''Pun you by publication pursuant to
(he order of the Honorable Joseph J.
Hancock. Jj.lie. United States District
Court for Ibe Diatri,-; of (he Canal Zone,
dated July 2. Hit ,d entered and
filed in this action In the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division ,.t Balboa on
July 2. If.].
C. T McCarmick ,Jr
Clerk
By Lois E. Harrison
Deputy Clerk
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT S-F THE
CANAL ZONE
Division .( Balkoa
JOSEPH V,. r.ODI.KMAN,
Plaintiff,
HAZEL If. EDDLCMAN.
SUMMONS D"""U'"-
ase No. a;si
Civil Docket II
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
To the above-named de'endant:
You ate hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed in I lie abo.e-
entiled action within ninety days after
the first publication.
In case of your failure to s
ami answer, juJfment will be a...
enainst you by default for the relief
demanded in t ne complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Jo.eth J.
Hancock, Judie, United Sutes District
I'oirt for l*e Diatriel of the Canal
Zone. _nd day of July, lv&l.
C. T. McCarmick. Jr.
( el
(KALI
By Sara de la Pena
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Hasel M. F.ddleman
The loreeoine, summons la served
upoo you by publication pursuant lo
he order of the Honorable Jueuh J
Hancock, Judge, United States Ilisli-t
Court for tke Distri' of the Canal
Zone, deed July 2. ltd and entered
and filed It this action In the office
of 'he Clerk of eald United State. Hu-
ir In Court for the Ditlalon of Balboa
on Jjly 2, lil.
C. T McCarmick ,Jr
Clerk
Be Sara de la Pana
Chief Deputy Clerk
'The Moscow commentator,
describing the "Mikoyan Jets-
presumed to be the famed MIG-
15 which the Communists have
been using in Korea, said:
"Suddenly, like a whirlwind,
two Mikoyan Jet planes flv over.
Everything takes place in split
seconds. The two planes, ap-
proaching each other at terrific
speeds, show what has never
been done before.. .corkscrews
and the famous Nesterov loop-
the-loop. The tortured air still
vibrates, but the jet planes are
far off.")
Western military attaches, in-
cluding United States Airforce
Colonel Frank James, agreed to-
day's air show was the best and
most Interesting staged bv the
Soviet Union since the war.
Admiral Alan Kirk. U. S. Am-
bassador, and British Ambas-
sador Sir David Kellv were not,
present. But army, airforce and
navy officers representing both
j nations and all other diplomatic
missions witnessed the display.
From a special reviewing
stand, representatives of the
Soviet Foreign Ministry, headed
by Acting Foreign Minister An-
drei Oromyko. watched the
maneuvering planes.
Stalin, dressed in a cream
colored summer marshal's uni-
form, gave the air force his
salute.
7 Jailed Reds Separated
.ppe.r!To Prevel,t Conspiracy
WASHINGTON. Julv 9 (UP
The seven Jailed United States
Communist leaders will be se-
parated soon and sent to differ-
ent Federal prisons to prevent
further conspiracy while they
serve out their five-year sen-
tences. Presently thV are being
classified at the Lewisberg,
Penn., Federal Penitentiary.
Tornadoes Lash U. S.
(Continued from PAGE TWO)
til there is concrete evidence that
this thing is on the tracks and
concrete evidence that it will
stay on the tracks, the issues are
too great to prejudice or break
up."
Because of steady rain it is
doubtful whether the negotiators
will fly to Kaesong by helicopter
as the preliminary negotiators
did yesterday.
Jeeps, sandbagged against road
mines, are standing by near the
helicopter base.
The helicopter run Sunday took
22 minutes. The jeeps are expect-
ed to be able to reach Kaesong in
an hour, barring accidents.
United Nations and Commun-
ists negotiators agreed at a six-
hour meeting in Kaesong yester-
day to open formal Korean truce
talks In the ancient walled city
today.
Two five man negotiating
teams met face to face in a once
palatial private mansion on the
north side of "neutral" Kaesong
while heavily armed red guards
patroled the grounds. A member
of the Allied Mission said Kae-
song was "in the hands of the
enemy."
But neither side carried weap-
ons inside, and the envoys ham-
mered out their preliminary a-
greement under the stiff rules of
icy military politeness. Neither
handshakes nor salutes were ex-
changed.
Col. Andrew J. Klnney, Air
Force officer from Atlanta Ga.,
who headed the Allied team, re-
ported later that he considered
his mission a "100 per cent suc-
cess." There were "plenty of dis-
agreements," he conceded later.
But they were surmounted.
At a press conference at 8th
Army headquarters after his mis-
sion, Klnney dropped the word
that he regarded Kaesong as be-
ing "in enemy hands," with the
Communists "playing host" to
the meeting but nevertheless not
undertaking to "run the show," as
he put it.
Asked how long It would take
to negotiate a true ceasefire In
Korea, Kinney grinned and re-
plied:
"I have no idea. I wish I knew."
Several Communist p h o to-
raphers attended the meeting,
he said, and he heard whirring
which he took to be from a mo-
tion picture camera.
The five Allied negotiators sat
on one side of the table and the
five Red representatives on the
other. The general atmosphere
he described as one of "military
courtesy which is another way
of not being exactly hostile."
The Reds offered vodka, beer,
candy and water, but Kinney said
the Allies turned them down, and
lunched off C-ratlons they
brought with them.
He said there was no stenogra-
phers and no record of the talks.
Some "papers" were exchanged
between the teams, he said, but
their nature was not disclosed.
Asked If the meeting ever seem-
ed on the verge of breaking up In
a deadlock. Klnney said:
"That is dangerous ground. I
would rather not answer.''
Petit Larceny Nets
30-Day Sentence,
Marijuana, 15 Days
Roy Sullivan, 23-year-old Pan-
amanian, was sentenced to 30
days In jail on a charge of petit
larceny during this morning's
session of the Balboa Magistrate's
Court. Sullivan, a car washer In
Gamboa, stole $31 from the bill-
fold of Olga Black, a domestic
who was working In the same
building where Sullivan had been
cleaning a car.
Also on the Court's calendar
this morning: Ezeklel Wlllhard-
er, 36, Panamanian, was sen-
tenced to 15 days in jail for hav-
ing a certain quantity of mari-
juana in his possession in Ancon.
CHICAGO. July 9 (UP>Three
tornadoes and violent thunder-
storms lashed the midwest Unit-
ed States over the weekend.
Heavy rains caused new flood And two San Bias Indians,-of Ft.
crests in the Missouri River! Kobbe, Juan Gonzalez, 23, and
basin, where floods have alreadv Charley Morris, 19, received slra-
done $5,000,000 worth of dam- Har sentences for possessing ma-
ss Irijuana
Al Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty handy to
have around the house
and In vow car.
We have a large Assortment
or Kinds and Sises
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
[Panam Lana/ Clubhouses
P*"-"*1"^ ShowifiQ Tantaht tf4H
(FOB A PLEASANT EVENING OUT..."GO TO THE MOVIES!)
BALBOA rrtnk LOVEJOY
Ai.-i.mdit.nr.eii "I Was a Communist for the FBI'
:l : Tuesday "THE COMPANY SHE KEEPS"
DIABLO HTS.
:ll as 1:16
Lee J. COBB e Jane WYATT
'Man Who Cheated Himself"
Tuesday "UNDERCOVER C.IRI."
COCOLI Irro1 rI-YNN
is V 'THE PRINCE and THE PAUPER'
Tueeday "SEPTEMBER APFAIR"
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
rot CUSHIONS NLIP-COVEK!) and
BE-UPHOLSTERING call oa or vWI
our show-room Custom balll forni-
tura oar speciality Sea our Oeco.
ratnrs Fabrics. Free Eat Imam m.
T.ONAL TPHOLSTERV a'L|*/
f. de la One Ne. J7 (Auto Rowl
Ne Telephone -428
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Imriediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Model U1F Synchronised
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Prices.
PORRAS
Plata 6 d.- Mayo
Panam. R. P.
just arrived
e Leica lightmeter
e Leica tripod
e Hector lenses
e Leica carrying cases
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
(adjoln.njt Intermtlonal Hotel)
or Camera tore
(Lobby Hotel "El Panam")
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tivoli Ave Apt I
Office: Tel. 2-338} Home 3-40(7
HOURS: Monday thru Friday
t lo 12 a.m.
Monday. Wednesday, fhanday
< to S p.m.
Saturday a m. to I p.m.
ON DISPLAY!
"Royal Enfield"
500 CC
MONOCYCLES
OLfiG
" Sin of May Plaza
Just Arrived
Off The Floor Delivery
ONE
STANDARD VANGUARD
4-Door Sedan
ONE
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
2-Door Sedan
ONE
STANDARD PANEL TRUCK
ONE
STANDARD PICK-UP
TRUCK
For Further Information
Call
Panam 2-2930 or 2-1619
DR. REGINALD.M. ATWATER,
Executive Secretary of the
American Public Health Asso-
ciation, arrived in Panama yes-
terday en route to Lima. Per,
He has been riven a United
States Government Specialist
grant to enable him to visit the
departments and schools of
public health in a number of
countries of Latin America.
While oo the Isthmus, Dr. At-
water will confer with public
health officials both in Pana-
ma and in the Canal Zone.
G 4 1 U (Tueaday)
: "ARMORED CAR ROBBERY'
MARGARITA "LONELY HEART BANDITS'
:U 1.2
and "TWILIGHT IN THE SIERRAS"
Tuesday "ROCKETSHIP X-M"
CRISTOBAL
lr-('nndlt>i.r.e
MS :ie
Spencer TRACY e Joan BENNETT
'FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND"
Tueaday "INSNT IT ROMANTIC
THURSDAY!
JUDGE JUSTIN MILLER,
Chairman of the Board of the
National Association of Radio
and Television Broadcasters
and a member of the United
States Advisory Commission on
Information, arrived in Pana-
ma last nieht for a two day vis-
it on the Isthmus. He is accom-
panied by Forney A. Rankin,
Public Affairs Officer of the
United SUtes Embassy in Mex-
ico City. Judge Miller is on a
survey trip to study and ap-
praise the United States Infor-
mation and Educational Ex-
change program in /. number of
the Latin American countries.
He plans to leave for Bogot
Wednesday morning.
Francis McClean Dies;
Funeral Set Tomorrow
Francis McClean. a Panama
Canal employe, died Saturday at
the Gorgas Hospital. He will be
burled tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.
following funeral services at the
Corozal Chapel.
McClean resided at House No.
403 (bachelor quartersi in Gam-
boa. He w.as a native of Jamaica
and was an Isthmian oldtlmer.
He is survived by a dauehter,
Irene, and three grandchildren
Gloria, Robert and Gertrude
Jones.
CENTRAL
THURSDAY Release!
'A YEAR IN KOREA'
Paramount's Documentary of
What Really Happened
in Korea...!
SIMULTANEOUSLY AT THE----------------
R0PICAL n I BELLA VISTA
D I_________________
Ha I-LEWIS SEILU, * *-_- ----- i mm
I--'*"
. en snnnni y V*"B" t*
BRANDED
Jtefrmi
ALAN LADD
M
- NNIT lilTI NK*I UUEU
fim imw stum nut < in mir


.--
MONDAY. JULY , 151
THE PANAMA AMEHIC1N AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
W
| THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWKir NO Ulm^ro av TMI PANAMA AMERICAN PRIM. INC.
rounnn SV NELSON ROUNCIVKLL in IDS
MARMODIO ARIA*. DITO
B7 H atRtCI P. O BOX 134. PANAMA, R. Of P
rcLIPHONk Panama No. S-0740 CARlf AOOKICt. PANAMIRICAN. PANAMA
coi a- ornee 12 17e Crm.i Avenue er-rwetn tm ano 13'h I'MirTi
n.iiON RjIPRIsiNTATivrs. JOSHUA B POWERS. INC
4H MtmaoN Av.. New Yorrri. 117 i n y
local M'i
- MONTH IN "l"" 1.70 2*
I 0 IK MONTH A. IN ADVANCE__________^ BO I 3 .OO
___^___ 18.60 OO
O At MONTH*. IN ADVANCE.
VOA rNf VEAR. IN ADVANCE
Walter Winche
In New York
Labor [New*
And
Comment

ROADWAY BALLAD
i

Last night, between the midnifht and the dawn.
I walked the quiet avenues of sleep.
And everywhere I lookedthe blinds were drawn
Against the passer-by who went to keep
A rendezvous with memory.. .but you,
Like other people, were in slumber curled.
And in mv hour of heartbreak never knew
That I was lonely, somewhere in the world.
Why must my recollection be so keen.
So poignant, and why must I be the kind
Who mourns a falling petal, while serene
And placid are the waters of your mind?
The law of compensation must be such
That some should dream too littlesome too much.
Mitchell Parish
-__.
Celebs About Town: M'seer Roger Rico, who inherits Plnza's
Pacific" role tonight iwith his beautiful wife. In the Cub Room.
Faye Emerson says he will "kill the people." Advance heralds call
him "another Chaliapin" Don Ameche, who invented" the
telephone (in the cinemas>. getting exasperated over one in a
Croydon Hotel booth... Myron ("3. Pac") McCormick pidona up
his Variety at B'way and 60th and his Baybee at 51st.. .Peggy Lee
shopping along 5th Avenue. This Little Peggy Went to Market
Riviera chorine Eve Michel, who (oddly enough" Is prettier with-
out her stage makeup.. Roddy MacDowall of The Films looking so
ver,- grown up at Gogl's LaRue. except for the tall tumbler of milk
. Clara, the hatchirk iat the Colony . who can tell you what
socialite owns which fur, how expensive It Is. when she got it
and how!
Sallies in Our Alley: Some of us were wondering about a
Hollywood pairreported planning a merger..."I can't under-
stand it," said a lad from Knockville. "She's known to be a charter
member of The Daiqueeri Seta nd so's he!".. ."Oh, it's a perfect
match," cracked a comic. "They can wear each others clothes.
Jack Carter said he planned going to Hollywood.. "Got any
trl.nds out there?" hi was asked... "No," niftied Jack. "Has any-
body?"
By Victor Riesel
Somewhere, from hidden sour-
ces, someone la supplying hun-
dreds of thousands of dollars so
that, a hitherto unknown cen-,
tral organization can dispatch a
chain of small "delegatioas" to
the Soviet Union for briefing
and swift return to the United,
Slates. Once back here, they're
counted on, by friends of the'
Russians, to set up pro-Com-
munist "shop committees" in
as many plants and offices as
their network and manpower
will allow.
Such a group of pro-So-
viet American labor cadres
is in Russia right now, trav-
elling from Moscow to Le-
ningrad to Stalingrad and
on to Crimea. There are 11
of them, virtualy all with
long pro Communist re-
cords. They are led by a
Furriers' Union chief named
Leon Straus, whom I saw
leading the last Commun-
ist Party May Day parade
into New York's Union
Square. His pro-Communist
activity is notorious.
Yet he and the other ten,
just as the previous 17 who left
Russia last May, received pass-
ports from Dean Acheson's State
Dept. Why? Who's responsible
for failing to check the group?
Since I was Informed that
this delegation would make a
special point of smearing this
column and the charges I've
made of slave labor and the ex-
posures here of the complete
grinding out of the rights of
what passes for Russian unions,
I've been Investigating this de-
legation.
Ambassador John S. Young, the socialite, has Washington pali
worried. They know he's unaware he Is up for a new post, but
won't return from Palm Beach where he is courting a wealthy
two-time divorce...They tell you that besides Fire Comm.
Monaghan (for new Police Comm. the Mayor was asked to con-
sider Gen. Jeffe...Tax dep't agents are hep to entertainers who
take a huge chunk of their wages "under the table." The squeeze
Will be put on them via the night spot people who hired them. If
the latter cooperate with the Gov'tthey may be rewarded with
a lighter jail term. etc....B'way stage hits viaUtn (on a closed
circuit like the big fights to theatres) are past the blueprint stage.
A Wall St. syndicate is backing the plan.
The Runyonworld: The so-called "organized" underworld l
so unorganized as to be ludicrous.. .Here's an example of Its high
degree of organization: One of the greatest headaches (to bookies i
are the laws In many States which permit a loser to bring a law-
suit and recover losses. Some States permit kin to do that. In case
the loser-parent (or brother, son. etc.) refuses...A few seasons
ago one of the top gang chiefs ihls slightest word Is supposed to
bring terror to his aides) found a way to have the law repealed
In New York, where It costs bookies a fortune annually. ..He
called > conference of all big bookmakers, outlined his plan. and.
aid it "would cost a contribution of a lew thousand each...Not
one of them would put up a nickeland that law is still on the
books ..Some of them have had to shell out when losers start
hollering.
Broadway Ding-Ding: The gag rounding the town deals with
a psychiatrist who told a patient: "Just lie down on that guy
over there. He thinks he's a couch!".. .Cecy of the Treasury Sny-
iler (who has denied It a lot) tells pals he will quit after New
Year's...RCA plans a big ad and promotion campaign to "bring
back radio." To combat newspaper articles about its "death," etc.
..Robert A. Wright III and Jacqueline Gan were blended June
lith. He's a cub on The L. I. Star-Joarnal.....Felicia Vanderbilt
left for Paree in a huff after a verbal war with songhit writer
JinniM MiHue.li Ann Dvorak and her mats are determined to
make their marriage stick despite the many separations.. .Yvonne
De Carlo's most ardent snitor (who won't take Nope) is the Earl
f Landsborough, whoever that Is.. The State Dep't nixed a pass-
fort to Corliss I.amont. the slllionaire-southpaw. No explanation,
hey hear he's the angel for a faltering pinko paper. ..The gem-
thief Chesterstark-publicily-madis really named Kessler.
--------""
PAGE SEVER
cflieDAiLY WASHIHGTOH
MERRY-GO- ROUND
y DREW PIARSON
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by NBA Telephoto)
PEACE ISNT HERE YET In the rugged North Korean hills. Marines of the 1st Division
gather to honor their buddies who have fallen In the war. While the peace negotiations
near, the war Is still going on although actual fighting has diminished.


Holiday Spirit
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORKA kind of madness comes upon
adult city-dwellers as the result of a couple of
days freedom from the office. It Is a madness
that scourges them Into the country, to carouse
among the butter-cups and carnivorous ants.
and to engage In muscular stupidities wnicn
Here" then, are the names of, would appall a trained Olympic athlete,
the leaders, the pace of organl- ^ ^ ^^ add]ed by ft ^ SQ f
from silt and gas fumes that It inflames the
brain and knocks the inhibitions galley-west.
The racketing of the larks and wrens drives
them temporarily beserk. as the thumping of
the bongo drums spurs the dark savage Into
frenzy.
The Late Watch: Julius Rosenberg, the atomic spy now in the
death-house, told guards: "If I could last 2 or 3 years. I'd be res-
cued by Soviet airmen".. Intimates worried about Brenda Frazier.
. Losing considerable weight.. .Paddy Young, the fighter, just got
his medical discharge from the Army. He's resumed training.
How sick can he be?.. .Woodv Morgan of the J. p. Morgan tribe is
thrushing at the Park Avenue...The next big narcotics scandal
will break from the city's transportation system. A bus driver (the
top nose-candy sellen will get a department trial ..One of those
charity com collectors (usually near Lindy's) is Mary Kissel, one
of the Toasts of E. Carroll's Vanities. Hasn't she read the paeprs
exposing this racket?

B'way Confucius: Man Who Angel Girlie Show No Angel.
THIS IS YOU fORUM THt READERS OWN COLUMN

THE MAIL BOX
The Mail U an open locum toi reodtn ol The Panama American
Letters ara receive*' gratefully and ara handled in a -holly conridenrial
manner.
II you eantribule a letter don I be impatient it it deein't eepeoi the
text day. Letter ara publithed in the order received
Please try ta keep the letter! limited to one page length
Identity I latter riten n held in ttrictett conlidenca
Tiers newiaepei ailumei ne retponiibility fo itatcmeRti el opinion!
tspieued in lerttri rom reader.
SELF CONTROL IS REQl'IRED
To the Editor:
-
I want to make a radical sug-
gestion o Interest to the new
United States State Department
representative In Panama. 1 want
to propose that the United States
Consulate In Panama City be In-
cluded in the diplomatic struc-
ture in those aspects havine to
do with contact with the public
i States Consulate Is a suspicious
and Inferior character.
In a short time I shall be re-
| quired to visit 11 my dentist and
? <2i the Consulate. I look forward
to (1) with less trepidation than
to my visit to (21, I know that
my dentist will be polite to me
and although he may cause me a
certain amount of physical an-
guish, he i.s nut likely to disturb
my temper When I visit 2 I
zatlon and the purposes of this
mysterious central committee
none of which has been made
public before:
It was launched by a So-
viet agent called B. K. Ge-
bert. a particularly tough
operative and pet ol the
Moscow Politburo because
he knows America so well.
For many years, until about
1945, he was Communist
Party organizer for t h e
Chicago District, member ol
the American Politburo and
its commanding Secretariat.
Then he was recalled by
the Soviet's international
labor network and now op-
erates out of Poland
Little over a year ago, he re-
turned to America on a UN
passport and checked Into the
Hotel Lexington In New York,
where, in effect, he was the
agent of the Anglo-American
Commission (section), pi- thai
Communist International. Dm-'
ing his stay, he met with Com-
munist Party leader Louis Wein-
stock. one of the Party's 17 bos-
ses arrested two weeks ago. To-
gether with several others, they
launched something called The
Committee to Survey Trade
Union Conditions in Europe.
Whip of this outfit Is a
Charles Velsen. right now In
Detroit where he had been at-
tempting to raise a new delega-
tion to be headed by the chief
of the CIO Ford Auto Union Lo-
cal 600. Carl Stellato, the man
who asked John Lewis to speak
in Detroit some Saturdays back.
Mr. Stellato said thanks, but no.
thank you. Not having any of
this today.
Now the point Is -- who Is
paying the bll for the 11 Amer-
ican union members (which
include a batch from the United
Electrical workers in Indiana,
Michigan and Ohio shops)
Most of these now wandering
across the face of European
Russia, are leaders who have
been screaming that their
wages are too low. How can
these 'underpaid" workers sud-
denly afford an expensive Jun-
ket halfway to th eOrlent?
// they insist they can lilt
themselves up lor this trip,
the Internal Revenue Bu-
reau should be interested.
If they are not paying, then
the Justice Dept. should or-
der the FBI in to llnd out
just, who wants to send
such troupes around the
world. And the State Dept.
ought to tell us Why all this
is permitted.
It is a matter for all these
Federal agencies. This is so
important to the apparatus be-
cause It Is part of the "peace'
campaign strategy of the pro-
Sovleleers here. And the peace
campaign is so vital, it can be
revealed that the Communist
Party ordered at least one of Its
new leaders. Fred Fine, to avoid
FBI arrest two weeks ago so he
could finish running the Ame-1
rlcan People's Peace Congress;
in Chicago.
Fred Fine master-minded the
Chicago parley which drew 4,100
pro Commie "Delegates" to
Chicago that weekend. Without
him. and the organization tech-
nique he picked up as Toung
League chief in
Grown men with fat stomachs and vestigial
hair, guvs who are too lazy to pinch the secre-
tary, suddenly blossom In shorts, their stomachs
cascading over the belt. They throw footballs,
run races, row boats, ride horses, plow around
in forests, plav tennis at high noon, swim fran-
tically, fish frenetically, and subject themselves
to the constant menace of sunstroke, poison ivy,
man-eating spiders, snakes, briars and young
women with a constant eye on the altar.
I have Just taken Inventory on the man I
know best, of whom my mother once remark-
ed that he was born lazv and then had a re-
lapse I am the fellow who flees from all labor
involving muscle flexing. I would rather write
a book than hana a picture, and I would starve
to death in any kitchen unequipped with cook.
Yet I find the followin* marks on my car-
cass: One bright blue-and-yellow bruise, the
size ol a dinnerplate, on right thigh result
of being kicked by horse over the holiday week
end. On'sprained hand, oae cut left leg. and
one big purple bruise on stgmach result of
being thrown off horse.
One set bruised shoulder muscles, and one
little bruise on left thigh result of Jumping
off horse as he was about to scale a six-foot
wall, at full aallop. with me aboard. Two skin-
ned knees, plus assorted contusions, result of
falling tall-over-tincup Into hostess's rose gar-
len, while trying to find way from swimming
pool to house at night. One deep scratch on
neck, inflicted by young lady who was being
chased by horse, and who was seeking sanc-
tuary around said neck. Had long, bright red
fingernails, suitable for stabbing strange gentle-
men in the throat.
One sprained toe kicking football barefoot-
ed. One sprained finger, left hand, from catch-
ing football. One big blister, first finger, left
hand fireworks. Marks of ganged fishhooks
on left hip, result of catching myself Instead of
fish. Bites from ants, mosquitoes, files and
strange dog. Assorted cuts, scrapings, scratch-
es rashes and stone bruises. One spilt skull,
resulting from having sampled a concoction
which host described as punch, and which ap-
peared to contain such ingredients as cham-
pagne, brandy, gin, vodka, cherry cordial, wine
and cyanide.
One pr. pants ruined horses again. Ditto
one shirt. One severe sunburn, especially In
vicinity of baldspot. One hangnail. And one
wife in Just about the same state of disrepair.
Lord only know about the state of my heart,
innards, and nervous system, but an unvaried
menu of barbecue, martinis, and kindred pic-
nic grub is scarcely the diet for a growing boy,
let alone an old slob.
I do not know what It Is about the country
that leads the host to load the drinks, Invent
boobytraps- for the -guest, and Inflict upon him
medieval tortures, such' as tennis and hikes
through the woods at midnight. It could be
that mv own particular host Is a kind of fiend,
who receives intense satisfaction from the sound
of snapping collarbones.
All I know Is that no sight is so pretty, to our
host, as a young lady flying over a horse's head,
or a fat man being thrown emphatically Into a
swimming pool. He regards It all as high fun.
And you know something? I'd have sworn it
was fun. too. at the time. ____________
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
BARGAIN-COUNTER INSURANCE
BELGRADE. After many makeshifts, the
question of what to do about Yugoslavia Is evi-
dently being faced at last In Washington. Warn-
ing of grave danger of war. the Yugoslav Cniei
of Staff. Oen. Koca Popovlc, has just asked lor
a massive grant of American military equip-
ment. A substantial program of additional eco-
nomic aid for Yugoslavia is also being discuss-
ed.
These two parallel efforts to strengthen Yugo-
slawa are likely to cost several hundreds of
millions of dollars, which can hardly be asked
of Congress without a major policy decision.
Moreover, the vital arms program is also likely
to raise issues of priorities as between Yugosla-
via and Western Europe, which may bring our
other allies Into the debate.
The lirst reason for resolving the argument
In Yugoslavia's favor Is very simple Indeed.
There Is no cheaper way of buying insurance
against an early war starting in Europe.
At present, as has been suggested in previ-
ous reports in this space, the future danger
here must be regarded as very great. This
country is a center of heresy, which the Masters
of the Kremlin long to stamp out. It is also a
strategically vital position. The conquest of
Yugoslavia will neutralize the Greek and Turk-
ish armies, will frighten the Middle East Into
S)\let arms, bring down the existing Italian
government, and will destroy the whole Western
position in the Mediterranean. For these rea-
sons, in short, conquest here will put the Krem-
lin three quarters of the way along the road to
conouerina Western Europe.
Furthermore, the Masters of the Kremlin
must at present believe that this great prize
can shorllv be seized with relative ease and
safetv The Soviet Intelligence, which invaria-
bly lies to its masters on these subjects is cer-
tainly telling the Kremlin that the Yugoslav
Armv Is weak and that the.masses are disat-
fected. The surrounding satellites are building
_ Communist League cruel in up Kreat mllltary strength. What could be more
weU as In the functional or or-shall be annoved and Irritated to Michigan and as District O*" tempting, then, than to try for a quick attack
ganizatlonal chart the full capacity of a OS-2 pr 3. "tea"011 Sf,relta.ry 1?ine,sa,m! on Yugoslavia bv Bulgaria. Romania and Hun-
land because I can go nowhere Chicago District Eight of ttie Rarv wUh the hQQe of fjmshing the Job while
During the War I applied for, else to get mv passport renewed. Communist Party which Soviet London and Washington and Paris were wrlng-
a passport and concluded that I I shall be denied the privilege and .agent Gebert once headed, the jn? thejr nands and the united Nations was de-
was given the "Government pleasure of blowing my stack. "peace confab would have tai- batin(, tne criSf.s?
I recotnize thai my rank com-
mands no especial respect, but I
try to make up lor my neglect In
falling to achieve the rank of
colonel or friendship with sec-
ond secretary bv being polite
a compensation that Is little re-
len apart. So the appartus or-
dered him to become a fugitive
jrom Justice.
This conference was vital as
a backdrop for the return to
propaganda activity of the
1'nl'mlsts now In Russia. When
clerk" treatment because our
Government wished to discour-
age the citizenry from traveling.
It also occurred to me that under
wartime personnel strictures
there was a 'shortage of female
clerical help with both good
manners and abllitv to operate ^~<
typewriters. I than what I amsay an alien in trained, they'll have a network tacks on Western unity, and when the satellite
hearch of a visa I tremble to con- in our factories and offiees .-armament has been completed, will be the
Lately however. I have dlscov- template the icv stares that which can cry out" any tnne!i,n,. 0( danger. And the place of danger will
eretlat considerable expense to! would greet me over the "service" In the future we attempt to on-I be here in Yugoslavia. If this analysis is eor-
mv temper and to the consider-i counter at the Consulate. lain Russia militarily again, rrct. there Is not much time left to make the
a'jle exercise of mv self control i Very clever people, these appa- Kremlin see the matter In a different Il*ht
'retchnlka. One easy way to change the Kremlins mind,
cognized at (2i Were I even less sufficient persons have been
It is all too likely that this Is the way the
Kremlin sees the matter. The tremendous ef-
forts the Russians are making to divide and
paralyze the Western alliance are clearly in-
tended to open the wav for riew moves. The
massive rearmament of the satellites U also
ciearly preparatory. Next spring, when the
m:.-:imum benefit has been won from the at-
that the visitor at the United
A Reluctant Traveler
of course, would be for London and Washington
to make it verv clear Indeed to Moscow that
thev no longer see any difference between So-
viet aggression by proxy and Soviet aggression.
But this bold step will certainly be Imponible
unless there Is a change of government in Lon-
don. There are even reasons to suspect that
the present Labor cabinet, besides being un-
willing to state its Intentions in advance, might
seek to treat a satellite attack on Yugoslavia
as a "local incident" when actually confronted
with the challenge.
In these perilous circumstances, the chance
of an attack on Yugoslavia can only be reduced
bv strengthening Yugoslavia by all means pos-
sible and as rapidly as possible. Thus the
Kremlin may lose hope of an easy conquest;
may see the risk that a long local war will
turn Into a world war. and may hold Its hand.
Thus. In short, the greatest single danger In
Europe today can be fairly effectively guarded
against.
But there Is another, non-local reason for the
heavy Investment in Yugoslavia that Is now
proposed n Washington. In the simplest terms,
we have embarked upon a great and costly ef-
fort to build up muitarv power on our side of
ihe iron curtain. Naturally we want the best
possible return on our money and resources.
From this view-point, also. Yugoslavia offers a
remarkably good bargain.
The fighting qualities of the people are at-
tested bv their bloody and courageous history.
Thev now have thirty-two divisions, which
American officers, who have seen the Yugoslav
Armv at close range, rate very high In quality,
both as to morale and as to training.
Their onlv weakness Is in equipment, and es-
jecially in the heavy equipment they have been
unable to obtain since their break with the
Kremlin.
Marshal Tito has declared that his country
Aill enter the war. and these divisions will come
Into play against the enemy. In the event of
Soviet aggression anywhere In Europe. And this
force lies squarely on the vulnerable flank of
the Soviet empire.
It is onlv necessarv to compare the invest-
ment that is being made, to bring into being
at a time very far In the future a European
armv not much larger than the army of Yugo-
slavia. It is onlv necessary to consider how
much cheaper It is to buy strength here than
It is. for example, in France. It is only neces-
sarv to realize that this strength In Yugoslavia
can. relatively speaking, be created almost over-
night.
All these considerations point to the conclu-
sion that we ought to have our heads examin-
ed, if we do not lump at the opportunity ot-
tered us here. Let us for once be quick and
businesslike about our policy, and do what Is
obviously sensible without too much argument
or delav.
(Copyright, 1931, New York Herald Tribune In*.)
Drew Pearson says: Rereading Declaration of Indepen-
dence will awaken you to opportunity we have been'
missing in selling "Dignity of Man" to all peoples-
Founding Fathers of America made man supreme.':
PHILADELPHIA. The 4th of July Is usually so bogged down
with parades and picnics, fireworks and baseball, that we never
get round to studying the great document whose signing we ire
celebrating. Like most Americans, I have been guilty of that
omission.
Last week, however, the American Heritage Foundation and
the Philadelphia Independence Committee Invited me to broad-
cast from the historic room In Independence Hall where the
Declaration was signed; which caused ma to do some extra read-
ing about our great cornerstone of American liberty.
I have long thought that the Communists got the jump on
us In various parts of the world because they took their own
revolutionary creed, Marxism, and preached it among the masses
harder and more ruthlessly than we preached our Ideal. What
we have needed, I have thought, was to take our own philosophy
of democracy and preach It more effectively than the Russians.
Rereading the Declaration of Independence. I realized all
the more what an opportunity we have been missing. For Thomas
Jefferson and the Founding Fathers gave us not merely a goal
for good government but a creed for the dignity of man that
makes the Communist doctrine look as phony as a patent Trte-
dlclne man's patter at a country fair.
FAITH IN MAN
When you get away from the charges against King George
III, what the Declaration of Independence does Is extoll faith
In man. It doesnt talk aboug the underdog, as does Marxism;
It doesn't set class against class. It doesn't set up a government
which Is more important than man. No. the Founding Fathers,
In their Declaration of Independence, make man supreme. It
made no difference whether a man is English, or American,
French or Chinese, the Founding Fathers decreed that lie Is
supreme.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident," they wrote, "That
all men are created equal; That they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable rights; That among these are
life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness;,That to secure these
lights, governments are Instituted among men, deriving their
jHst powers from the consent of the governed; That whenever
any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it-
is to be the right of the people to alter or abolish It"
That was a revolutionary doctrine in 1776. And It is still re-
volutionary in many parts of the world today. That was why
the American revolution was a world revolution because It
applied to all men everywhere. And it can apply equally to men
behind the Iron Curtain, where governments today do not even
remotely derive their just powers from the consent of the gov-
erned.
MANIFESTO FOR WORLD
In this country, the equality of men Is a principle toward
which we have struggled, sometimes slowly, although we have
always struggled. And If we had given the principle more en-
couragement outside our own borders, as In Asia, we would not'
have 400,000,000 Chinese paying lip service to the false creed of:
Communism as they are today.
Actually, these simple, "self-evident" truths form a mani-
festo for the world. They decree not only than man Is supreme,
but that he is endowed by his creator with certain rights that,
no dictator, no government, no congress can take away from him.
When that Declaration was first signed. It was an inspiration
to other struggling young republics throughout the world. The
French Revolution followed the pattern of ours. So did many
in Latin America. Among the crowned heads of Europe we were
considered dange/ous radicals whose doctrine of equality threat-
ened world security.
Then gradually we quit being "dangerous." We quit selling;
the Declaration of Independence. We had a big country to de-
velop and we got absorbed with our own problems. The descen-
dants of John Adams and other Revolutionary firebrands acquired
great fortunes and devoted their attention not to "equality"
but security.
So we quit selling our own great creed, quit worrying too
much about the rest of the world until recently. And while
we rested, other creeds got the Jump on us, especially that Qt the
Indefatigable and ruthless men In the Kremlin.
FRIENDSHIP BALLOONS
That's why I have hammered home the Idea until folks are
probably bored with me that the only way we can ever. Jin
permanent peace Is by people-to-people friendship. As lon#Mas
14 men In the Politburo all by themselves can declare war. as'
long as 180,000,000 Russians don't have any means of krfqWThgl
the truth about us, just that long will we continue to.Mvt)
danger of war.
That's why the Voice of America and the various State .De-
partment Information projects are more Important than alL the
Ambassadors who ever wore striped pants to a diplomatic recep-
tion. That's why Congressional appropriations for the propa-
ganda must not be cut.
That's also why I have urged that we get our ideas across
to the Russian people by balloons, if necessary. Look magazine,
tells how the Japanese floated balloons carrying messages of
death 5,000 miles across the Pacific during World War II, and
low. In contrast, w could float friendship messages the short
distance from Western Europe across the Iron Curtain.
Balloon messages are a symbol of what can be done to make
the Iron Curtain a lace curtain. It was such a symbol that-the
Philadelphia Independence Committee and I released from Frank-
lin field last week balloons carrying a Russian translation of
the Declaration of Independence. These balloons were nojv in-
tended to travel the 5,000 miles across the Atlantic and Europe
to Russia. They were merely a symbol of now easily they'.'could
reach' the Russian people, If released from Germany. For the
prevailing winds blow west to east.
REVOLUTIONARY DIPLOMACY
Recently Congress passed the McMahon-Ribicoff resolution
officially putting the American people on record for friendship
with the Russian people. However, there is mo way the Russian
people can know this, because their masters in the Kremlindon't
want them to know it.
This is the very heart of our problem of peace or war.
Though we may win a temporary respite In the war in Korea,
it will be temporary Indeed unless we can penetrate the Iron
Curtain with our views on peace and with our great creed for
the equality of man, the Declaration of Independence.
To do this will take revolutionary diplomacy. It will take
more than diplomatic notes and formal calls by ambassadors.
However, we became what we are today because we were a
i evolutionary country. And If we apply a fraction of the courage,
imagination and revolutionary fervor the Founding Fathers
had when they signed the Declaration of Independence, then
we can put both the words and principle of that declaration
behind the Iron Curtain In a way that will win the peace and
make democracy live.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)
' U*J//t
Dan's Dilemma !
Dan's pockets had ne sliver
lining.
For some money he was pining!
Then a P. A. Want Ad he
sighted.
Get a Jeb now he's delighted!
GORHAIM
TOWLE
Heirloom
Stieff
Norwegian
Sterling
at CcCoev 7{ S. pu
(MA FMTLKH
PANAMA
(0L0N JEWELPYO
rronl o Tropic R > '
COLON


Esperan que maana se d orden de cesar el fuego en Corea
SEL, Julio 9 (UP).El Vice-Almirante C. Turner Joy, jete
de la deleitacin de la* Naciones Unidas para las conversaciones
obre el armisticio de Corea, dijo que espera que el cese de tue-
co sea declarado el Mircoles, (Martes, hora local).
El Supremo Comandante de las Naciones Unidas, General
Matthew B. Ridgway, advirti, sin embarco, que "el acuerdo de
armisticio debe preceder a cualauier cese de hostilidades" y dio
a entender que no espera que el cese de fuego sea acordado en
la primera reunin.
Joy, de 56 aos de edad, Comandante de las furrias navales
norteamericanas en el Lejano Oriente, tu escogido per Ridgway
como tu negociador con los comunistas y dijo a su llegada a Sel
que espera que el cese de fuego comience "pasado maana".
Por su parte, Ridgway dijo en una conferencia de prensa que
"no tenia idea" qu tiempo tomar el arreglo para un cese de
fuego y dijo que la buena t de los comunistas slo podr verse
en la conferencia.
Ridgway tuvo una sesin secreta en Sel anoche con los cin-
co hombres que fueron escogidos para sentarse ante la mesa de
conferencia en la "neutral" Kaesong maana (esta noche, hora
local) con los delegadoi comunistas para tratar los delicados pro-
blemas que envuelven el fin de un conflicto que ya lleva un ao
y catorce dias.
Hasta el momento no se ha fijado la hora exacta de la reu-
nin pero se espera que sta comensar a las dies de la maa-
na del Martes (8 de la noche de hoy. local).
Ridgway dijo que tratar de dar todas las facilidades a la
prensa, "hasta donde el inters pblico le permita" para que in-

HOA
1090 Kcs.
PANAMA
HOW
USO Kcs.
COLON
ESTA NOCHE A LAS 7:45
Betty Williamson
Red Panamericana
#%>
PatiamaAmrtca
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA VERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN
formen sobre las negociaciones del cese de fuego. El Servicio de
Informacin Publica del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos invit a loa
periodistas a que sometan una lista de 16 corresponsales y fot-
grafos que quieran reportar las conversaciones de Kaesong.
Los negociadores de las Naciones Unidas son el Vice-Alml-
rante Charles Turner Joy, Jefe de la Delegacin: Mayor General
Laurence C. Craigie, de la Fuerza Area de Estados Unidos; Ma-
yor General Henry I. Hobes, Sub-Comandante del Octavo Ejr-
cito; Almirante Arleigh Albert Burke y el Mayor General Pal*
Sun Yuk, del Ejrcito de Corea del Sur.



T .;:
NGULOS Y PLATINAS
NGULOS DE
IMxlM 3/16 W
1x2 3/16 10*
8x2 Ji 20'
3x3 Yt 20'
AGENCIAS GLOBALES
PLATINAS DK
V 3/1 2*
iv" a/u t#
2 2T
f" t ja-
Via Espaa No. 121
AftO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA, R. P., LUNES, JULIO 9, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
I"
El Gbno. incautar los artculos ac
-*
Pagar a los propietarios l
suma que sea estipulada por
el Comisionado de Precios
El Gobierno proceder a incautar todos los depsitos
de artculos de primera necesidad que estn acaparados,
segn se establece en el Decreto sobre Control de Precios
que se espera apruebe hoy el Consejo de Gabinete, segn
se nos inform en fuentes oficiales.
LOS Comunistas chinOS tratan de E1 enjuiciamiento de Fanatay,
-urn nrkn !su esposa y Pellegrini pide
Concentrar D.U hombres el Fiscal Don Daro Sandoval
En el mencionado decreto se
establece que el gobierno pavu-
ra por los artculos acaparados
ti precio que determine la Jun-
ta de Control de Precio y lot
pondr a la venta, para evitar
as su encarecimiento. Tambin
se dictan all otras medidas y
se determinan los organismos
que tendrn a su cargo estas
actividades en toda la Repcii-
ca, y se crea el cargo de C>-
Segn se nos manifest, ef
misionado General de Precios.
n.endonado decreto Intenta po-
ner fin al alza de precios que se
lia observado en las ltimas re-
manas en los artculos de pri-
mera necesidad y que ha tenido
su mxima expresin con la tj-
casez de arroz que se regisli
.a semana pasada y que oblig
t Ministro de Agricultura y Oo-
niercio Ingeniero David Samu-
dio solicitar a la Zona del Ca-
nal doscientos quintales pera
distribuirle* en Panam.
JJ<
omenaie a
A
r9e
nti
na
Con profundo sentido de fraternidad americana ren-
dimos homenaje- hoy a la Repblica Argentina al conme-
morar la fecha simblica y gloriosa de su independencia.
"El Panam Amrica" aprovecha la oportunidad para
testimoniar su simpata por el pueblo argentino y formula
sus mejores votos por su prosperidad. Al mismo tiempo se
complace en felicitar a la colonia argentina residente en
Panam y en especial-a S. E. don J. A. Lpez Muftiz, Em-
bajador de la Repblica hermana acredirado en nuestro pas.
"Algunas veces yo le piso el
pie a un capitalista aqu y
otro grita en Londres,'' Pern
Afirma que las protestas por el cierre de "La
Prensa" indican que el capitalismo est
unido en todo el mundo
Se ha solicitado
reconsideracin
de un resuelto
La "American Protection" ha
elevado un memorial ante el
Director de Comercio y Turis-
mo ,en el cual solicita que se
reconsidere la resolucin por
medio de la cual se le orden
cesar sus operaciones y se e
multaba con doscientos cin-
cuenta balboas, por "ejercer
actividades comerciales de Se-
rasa a la rat Col .1
BUENOS AIRES. Julio 9 (UP)
El Presidente Juan D Poiun
dijo anoche que las protestas
generales contra el cierre de 'La
Prensa' prueban que "los capi-
talistas estn organizados sn el
mundo entero".
Pern le dijo a una delegacin
de la Unin de Tranva y O;..-
nibuses que los obreros de'iur.
crear una "organizacin supe-
rior a la del capitalismo" l
queran controlar al mundo.
"Los obreros creen que ticen
organizaciones i n ternaciomes,
pero loa capitalistas las han Jes
baratado a todas comprndole
sus lderes", dijo Pern.
Por el contrario, agreg el
'Pasn i fkt rol li
Dos aviadores se
mataron cerca de
Medelln ayer
MEDELLIN, julio 9. (UP).
Dos aviadores chilenos, uno de
los cuales sobrevivi un acciden-
te hace unos cuantos das, mu-
rieron a 65 kilmetros de es-
ta ciudad al estrellarse sus a-
viones.
Los pilotos son Jos Saavedra
Rodrguez y Julio Zacaria Cat-
tan, quienes piloteaban dos a-
viones "Piper" desde Nueva
York hacia Santiago de Chi-
le. Los cuerpos de los dos in-
fortunados aviadores se encuen-
tran aqui esperando instruccio-
nes de la Embalada de Chile.
El avin de Saavedra dio va-
rias volteretas en Tumaco, Co-
lombia, hace unos dias en vue-
lo desde Panam hacia Chile.
II piloto Cattan, quien vena
piloteando el otro avin, pre-
senci el accidente y estuvo
dando vueltas sobre el lugar del
accidente hasta que pudo ciar-
se menta que su compaero nq
haba sufrido dao algn* J
le hizo seas qae regresara a
Panam.
El segundo y fatal accidente
en el cual perdieron la vida
los dos jvenes aviadores ocu-
rri pocas horas despus de su
salida dr Panam.
N. de la R.'El Panam Am-
rica" lamenta la muerte de los
dos aviadores chilenos, quienes
estuvieron en nuestra redaccin
para desoedirse y darnos las
gracias por an articulo publi-
cado en nuestra edicin inglesa
del jueves 5 de julio, describien-
do el primer accidente sufrido
por el aviador-periodista Jos
Saavedra Rodrguez.
Se ha visto de noche cerca
de tres mil vehculos que
estn en plena actividad
COREA, Julio 9 (UP) L:s
aviones de combate norteame-
ricanos derribaron a un avin
de retropropulsin comunista en
! tercer dia consecutivo de com
lates areos sobre el norte Je
orea.
Los aviones aliados reanuda-
ron sus ataques contra la ruta
de abastecimientos de los rojos
al norte de la "neutral" Kae-
song, despus de la calma oc~-
.-lonada por el traslado de KM
delegados comunistas a Kaeso.ig.
En tierra, los aliados lanzaron
vigorosos ataques, los cuales
fueron descritos como ofensivas
limitadas. Los comunistas con-
testaron con ataques de bata-
llones contra las tropas de Us
Naciones Unidas que obtuvieron
Sociedad de Mdicos
tiene reunin maana
Se fug de Colba
sujeto que enterr
vivo a su hijo
Desde el sbado pasado se
encuentra prfugo de la justi-
cia el panameo Anastasio Pin-
to, quien fu condenado el 25
de Junio de 1936 a 20 aos de
reclusin fija en la Colonia
Penal de Colba par homicidio
y lesiones En se entonces
Pinto tena 35 aos de edad.
El 24 d; Abril de 1938, Pinto
haba Intentado fugarse por
primera vez, siendo aprehen-
dido por las autoridades.
Pinto se encontraba purgan-
La prxima reunin ordina-
ria de la Sociedad Panamea j
de Obstetricia y Ginecologa se Io la pen* a 1ue u condena-
llevar a cabo maana martes d0 Por haber enterrado vivo a
10 de Julio en los salones del!su n,J dc tres meses de edad
Club de Golf a las 7.30 p.m. Es- y causado lesiones a su mujer,
ta reunin ser en conjunto Francisca Herrera en el Corre-
con los miembros de la Socie- (amiento de Cerro Largo en
dad Radiolgica Panamea, por Oc, Provincia de Herrera,
lo cual se ruega puntual asis-
tencia. .
El primer puesto del progra-
ma estar a cargo del doctor
Ernesto Zubleta, cuyo tema se-
r "Tricomona Vaginal" y abri-
r la discusin el doctor J. A.
Lavergne.
El segundo tema ser pre-
sentado por el doctor Luis A-
rrieta Snchez, quien disertara
.obre "El Diagnstico Radiogr-
fico de Placenta por Medio O-
paco".
e! control de los terrenos al o.
Los pilotos norteamericanos
informaron que hablan visto eer
ca de 3,000 vehculos comunistas
movindose "en todas direccio-
nes" en los camiones norcoree-
nos anoche. El mal tiempo im-
pidi la efectividad de los ata-
ques contra los vehculos que se
r.iovia desde Manchuria, mien-
tras que una fuerza comunista
de 350,000 hombres se estaba
concentrando justamente detrs
de las lineas del frente.
La lucha en tierra se extendi
por todo el frente coreano, ex-
cepto en el oeate en donde la
actividad militar fu suspendida
clrbldo a las conferencias de.
ra>.
Las tropas de las Naciones 0-
ntdas avanzaron en medio del
fuego do los morteros y a ar-
tillera para tomarse una pool-
clon al sur de Kumsong en e!
frente oriental. Despus dc 31
horas de lucha los aliados lo-
graron desalojar a los rojos.
Dan al Dr. Arvalo
diploma de "Doctor
Honoris Causa"
Esta noche ser entregado al
Se especula sobre
la salud del Gral.
Francisco Franco
NUEVA YORK, Julio 9 (UP)
Informo, procedentes de Lon-
dres dicen que la capital de
Espaa est llena de rumores
sobre la salud del Generalsi-
mo Franco.
De cuerdo con uno de estos
rumores el dictador deber so-
meterse a una delicada opera-
cin quirrgica y el Gobierno
mantiene el hecho en secreto.
Existe la teora do que en caso
que Franco no sobreviva a la
operacin, la noticia de su
muerte se mantendr secreta
hasta tanti, se haya decidlo
sobre s i sucesor.
Cuando el Generalsimo Fran-
co sall de Madrid la semana
El Fiscal Segundo del Circui-
to, Licenciado don Daro Son-
C'ivnl ha solicitado al JuezlIV 'Je
Circuito, don Manuel Burgos, el
llamamiento a Juicio criminal
dc Jorge Reyeros Arango ta)
Fanatay" de su mujer, Floi de
Peyeros y de Eduardo Pellegri-
ni, a quien considera Incusos
en el delito de estafa comed-
do en perjuicio de Rosa Mar-
tnez.
Los tres sumariados en este a-
sunto estn gozando de U'otf-
tad provisional mediante la
constitucin de fianzas de ex-
carcelacin.
El Fiscal Sandoval lnfoi.r..
tambin que haba remitido al
riscal Segundo del Tribunal Su-
perior, Licenciado Carlos Au-
gusto Lpez, las sumarias ade-
lantadas contra Manuel Ball:.', y
otros por robo y peculado cot-
metldo contra la Oficina del
Expreso Areo en esta ciudad.
El Fiscal inform que haun
remitido el expediento al FUcal
homicidio del costarricense At-
inando Gonzlez tiene estrecho*
nexos con el expediente adelan-
tado en su despacho.
pasada en un viaje de casera,
los diplomticos extranjeros se' Segundo del Tribunal Superior,
aeercaion al Ministerio de Re-! *ue" en su concepto Ja invest-
raciones Exteriores para averi-
guar el motivo del viaje. Se
le comunic oficialmente que
Franco Iba a eazar cabras en
las montaas. Esto, por supues-
to, no logr acallar los rumo-
ros.
Tengan o no fundamento
los rumores, stos han hecho
surgir el problema de una su-
cesin. En madrid existe la
creencia que hasta el momento
no hay ningn heredera apa-
rente para suceder a Franco
Los farmacuticos
investigarn unas
destituciones
gacln que este Instruye por el
Las patentes deben
estar registradas
para ser vlidas
Las patentes comerciales qua
no sean registradas carecern
de validez y loe inspectores pro-
cedern a sancionar a quienes
no cumplan con este requisito.
Inform en la maana de hoy "
don Flavlo Velasquez, Secre-
tarlo del Ministerio de Agricul-
tura y Comercio.
Para aliviar el recargo del
Registro Pblico en virtud do
la gran cantidad de patente*
que se estn expidiendo, se ha
asignado a este despacito doa
empleados del Ministerio.
doctor Juan Jos Arvalo. ex^ -..VilJ.?" '*? e,,one" mf =on"
Pn.iri.nf. a. i. D../.M'. I curridas e interesantes u la
celebrada ayer domingo, en la
maana, por la Asociacin Na-
cional de Farmacuticos, en el
Instituto Nacional. Se trat co-
mo uno de los puntos ms lm-
Presidente de la Repblica de
Guatemala y personalidad con-
tinental el diploma de "Doctor
Honoris Causa" de la Univer-
sidad de Panam.
Asistirn al acto el Rector
de la Universidad, doctor Oc- i Portantes del Orden del Da, la
tavlo Mndez Pereira. decanos destitucin de los Farmacuti-
y profesores de las diversas fa-
cultades, asi como relevantes
personalidades de nuestro mun-
do intelectual.
Amenazan con la muerte a quienes
se opongan a la nacionalizacin
eos de la Farmacia de la Caja
de Seguro Social.
Despus de escucharse todos
los argumentos, se aprob una
resolucin en la cual se co-
misionaba a la directiva de la
Asociacin para que se entre-
vistara hoy lunes 9 al Gerente
(Pasa a la Pg. . col. 4)
Paro de protesta
de las instalaciones petroleras |contra el a|t0
costo de la vida
5S2r2.f L.!K.ALFAf ,Prer'dent > Clb *e Leones de Panam, cuando pronunciaba n
de directiva b,nBuet "tntU nor esta ln.ti.uclon en I Club Unin con moivo del camb
TEHERAN, Julio 9 (UP).Los fanticos del Frente Nacional
llevaron a cabo una manifestacin frente a la Plaza del Parla-
mento, amenazando con la muerte a todos los que se opongan
a los planes dc nacionalizacin de Irn.
Los 4.009 fanticos que llenaron la Plaza estuvieron ridiculi-
zando a las tropas britnicas calificndolos de "prfugos de
Dunquerke" y gritaron salvajemente cuando un orador pidi "la
muerte o la victoria" en la disputa petrolera de Irn y Gran
Bretaa.
Otros oradores endiosaron al asesino del Premier Alie Haz-
niara, quien se opona a la nacionalizacin, y calificaron al victi-
marlo de "hroe nacional." Tambin advirtieron a los miem-
bros del Parlamento que cualquiera que siguiera los pasos de
Rszmara sufrira su misma suerte.
Un orador grit qae los britnicos estaban amenazando a
Iran con "barcos derrotados, paracaidistas y prfugos de Dun-
querke."
La manifestacin fu organizada despus de varios editoria-
les en loa peridicos nacionalistas diciendo que Irn ya no ocu-
psba ningn puesto en el bloque occidental y exigan que "se
dirigiera a Mosc."
En un esfuerzo por llevar gente a la manifestacin, loo diri-
gentes religiosos del Frente Nacional ordenaron el cierre de todos
ios almacenes.
El orador que pidi "la muerte o la victoria" dijo que Irn
deba, separarse de la Corte Internacional de La Haya en aro-
testa por el fallo restringiendo tanto a Irn como a Gran Bre-
taa de tomar una accin inmediata en la espera de un arreglo.
El orador, a quien no se pudo identificar, tambin pidi la
creacin de an "comit nacional de defensa para combatir la
agresin."
La manifestacin se llev a cabo mientras el Parlamento
se encontraba sesionando. Varios diputados atacaron a la Corte
Internacional de La Haya calificndola do "Instrumento de las
glandes potencias."
Abdul Quadir Asad, uno de los diputados, desafi a la multi-
j" i y mt*ct> la campana del Premier Mohammed Mossadegh,
diciendo que el gobierno de ste era "demaggico" y parecido al
regimen de Hitler.
EI Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores, Bagher Kascnl, fu
riciirantemente ovacionado cuando dijo qoe Irn consideraba
sin valor" el fallo de la Corte.
Hoy a la ltima hora de la
maana, el Directorio de la!
Asociacin Federada del Instl-1
tuto Nacional (A.F.I.N.) decret
un paro de 24 horas para pro-
testar por el alto costo de la
vida y, a la vez, asistir a la ma-
nifestacin para exigir del Go-
bierno el abaratamiento de la
vida.
Asociacin Federada del Ins-
tituto Nacional (A.F.I.N.)
Carlos Tovar V.
Miembro del Directorio de la
AFN.
Un documental sobre
la guerra de Corea se
ofrecer en el Central
En momentos en que se Ini-
cian las conversaciones para el
cese de hostilidades en Corea,
el Teatro Central se compla-
ce en poder presentar al p-
blico panameo, un relato com-
pleto de los hechos de arma y
actividades de toda ndole su-
cedida desde que se Inici el
ataque comunista en Corea
hasta el momento en que la
China comunista propuso ar-
misticio.
EL DOCTOR JUAN JOS ARVALO, en momentos en quo
departe con el Presidente del Partido Liberal Nacional, Dr.
Vctor Florencio Goyta, durante la recepcin que eato parti-
do ofreci al distinguido intelectual en el Club L'nin anoche.
Aparecen en la grfica el Lie. Juan Alberto Morales y el Se-
or Jos A. Cajar Escala, Redactor de El Panam-Amrica.
(En la pgina Editorial publicamos las declaraciones que el
Dr. Arvalo hizo a la prensa)._______________
Por un ao ms se prorroga
el reclutamiento a 400.000
soldados de norteamrica
WASHINGTON, Julio 9
(USI8) El periodo de reclu-
tamiento de entre trescientos y
cuatrocientos mil miembros de
las fuerzas armadas de los So-
tados Unidos ha sido prorroga-
do por un ao mediante Orucr.
Ejecutiva del Pdte. Trumar..
La orden del Presidente fu
expedida en uso de las facul-
ties conferidas por la nueva ley
de reclutamiento que entro en
; vigencia hace tres semanas, UU-
pene ella que el periodo de iiom
brea y mujeres en el ejrcito, la
armada, el cuerpo de marina, la
uerza area y guardacostas y
sus servicios de reserva. *'-*.
rormalmente deba expirar sn-
tre el 8 de Julio de 1951 y el le
de Julio de 1952. ser prolonga-
do por un ao, con excepcin
de aquellos cuyos periodos lian
sido prorrogados ya por do. e
ztsei por rdenes de 27 de julio
v 27 de septiembre de 1950.
tin embrrro,C| Parlamento no tomo ningnna accin pars con Alan Ladd y Mona Free-
rarse se ia Corto Internacional de La Haya. man. totalmente en technicolor
1 separarse
La orden no se apUca a los
reclutas que deben servir por
M meses segn disposiciones, di
1* nueva ley. Exime de sus cii-
Adems, se presentar el es- ,X)*lc'one u,no 295'0 hon- Agrno'mr en reemplazo del to-
treno_.de "El Hijo que Vuelve", -todos los ^vicios cuyos ft0r Ju0 gl
sido prorro0u lmlent0 ,e declara .nsubsjstea-
urasa a la raa*na q, Coi. JJ .
Nombramientos
en el Ministerio
de Agricultura
En el Ministerio de Agrlcur
tura se han hecho los siguien-
tes nombramientos:
Articulo nico: Nmbrase al
seor Blviano Prez G., Inspec-
tor Auxiliar en la Escuela dt
Agricultura, del instituto Nacio-
nal de Agricultura de Divisa
en reemplazo del seor Emilio
Arrocha.
Nmbrase al siguiente perso-
nal al servicio del Departamen-
to de Agricultura e Industrias
Agrcolas:
Luzmlla E. Barrera, Ayudan-
te de Contador en reemplazo
del seor Rafael Escobar.
Rafael Escobar, Almacenista
en reemplazo del seor Arcesio
Adames, cuyo nombramiento so
declara insubsistente.
Enrique Correa. Asistente del
man, totalmente en technicolor, 'dos por rdenes anteriores, _


AGINA DOS
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
LUNES. JULIO , 1951
PanamaAmtca
MUM WOinnXKNTB
HAKMODIO ARIAS, Jinicfo
'T EDITADO POH LA
^r DlfOWA PANAMA AMERICA. . A.
It.LFONO -5'740 ICI-4TRAI PRIVADA I APABIADO POAL No 134
IN US TLLESE ITUAOO EN ESTA CIUDAD. CALLE H NO 87
SEALES DE PRECAUCIN EN LAS
CARRETERAS
-------------
Constantemente la comunidad tiene que la-
mentar serios y trgicos accidentes que tienen lu-
\ffar en las carreteras que conectan con Coln y
con el interior de la Repblica. Es evidente que en
la mayora de los casos la imprudencia o la teme-
ridad determinan el siniestro. Sin embargo no so-
lo a sto se deben los desastres sino que es muy
posible que contribuyan algunas deficiencias que
motivan nuestro comentario de hoy.
Nos referimos en concreto a las faltas de
seales de trnsito que se notan en la carretera
que une a Panam con las ciudades del interior. A
lo largo de esa ruta se ve que, no obstante la pro-
ximidad de curvas cerradas y peligrosas, no hay se-
ales reglamentarias para advertir a los conduc-
tores de vehculos el riesgo que implica una vuelta
de tal naturaleza.
La anomala anotada no se puede considerar
como absoluta, pues en algunas partes las seales
aludidas se hallan puestas en forma adecuada. En
realidad lo que ha habido es que por la intempe-
rie o cualquier otro factor stas se han cado y
np llenan, cual corresponde, su misin.
No cabe duda que el defecto en referencia com-
promete la seguridad de los vehculos y los pasa-
jeros porque aquellas personas que estn poco fa-
miliarizadas con la carretera se ven, de pronto,
abocadas a un peligro por la causa mencionada.
Se sabe que hay numerosos conductores irrespon-
sables que no toman ninguna precaucin frente a
Una seal de trnsito, pero ello no quiere decir que
no se corrija el error, sobre todo si se toma en
consideracin que hay muchos conductores que s
tratan de conducir sus vehculos de acuerdo con
la lgica y con la ley.
\ Sera conveniente que las autoridades a las
cuales corresponda la instalacin adecuada de los
signos de trnsito ordenen una revisin general
en la carretera central con el fin de enmendar la
deficiencia de la cual hacemos mencin en este edi-
torial. Como se sabe, estos signos son ms o menos
universales y, por lo tanto, deben ceirse a normas
cW-enciona.es que rigen la materia para que cual-
quier persona, nacional o extranjera, conozca su
significado.
Ct L^arruei
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
\\
Drew Pearson dice: La lectura de la Declaracin de Inde-
pendencia despertar la oportunidad que hemos esta-
do perdiendo de inculcar la "dignidad del hombre" a
todos los pueblos.
AVISO DE LICITACIN
La CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL recibir haita las
10 a.m. en punto, del da 20 de Agosto de 1951, pro-
puestas en sobre cerrado para la adquisicin de pro-
ductos medicinales y frascos vacos.
Los REQUISITOS y pliegos de ESPECIFICACIO-
NES podrn ser obtenidos del departamento de MATE-
RIALES Y COMPRAS de la CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL,
todos los dias. durante las horas hbiles.
El Jefe de Materiales y Compras
I de la Caja de Seguro Social.
*
Panam, 7 de Julio de 1951.
Llantas para Autobuses
v Camiones
DUNLOP

Distribuidores:
AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A.
Avenida Central No. 14 Tel. 2-2766.
Nos ayudaremos con dinero y con
armas cuando podamos J. Arvalo
PHILADELPHIA. El 4 de
julio es celebrado con tantas
paradas y paseos, fuegos ar-
tificiales y juegos de pelota,
que nunca nos da por estu-
diar el glorioso documento cu-
ya firma estamos celebrando.
Como la gran mayora de los
norteamericanos, soy culpa-
ble de esa omisin.
La semana pasada, sin em-
bargo, la "Fundacin de la
Herencia Norteamericana" y
el "Comit de Independencia
de Filadelfia" me invitaron a
hablar por radio desde la his-
trica Sala de Independencia
en donde la declaracin fue
firmada. Esto me oblig a leer
an ms sobre nuestra piedra
angular de la libertad norte-
americana.
Siempre he pensado que los
comunistas se nos han ade-
lantado en varias partes del
mundo porque ellos se lleva-
ron, su propio credo revolucio-
nario, el Marxismo, y lo han
pregonado entre las masas
populares con mucha ms
fuerza que la usada por nos-
otros para predicar nuestros
ideales. Lo que nosotros nece-
sitamos, pienso yo. es que to-
memos nuestra filosofa de
democracia y la prediquemos
ms efectivamente que los ru-
sos.
Al volver a leer la Declara-
cin de Independencia, me di
cuenta, an ms, de la opor-
tunidad que hemos desperdi-
ciado. Thomas Jefferson y los
padres de la patria nos lega-
ron no solo una meta para
hacer un buen gobierno, sino
un credo para la dignidad del
hombre que hace parecer la
doctrina comunista tan falsa
como las palabras de un char-
latn en una feria de campo.
FE EN EL HOMBRE
Aparte de los cargos que se
le hacen al Rey Jorge III, lo
que hace la Declaracin de
Independencia es darle fe al
hombre. Esta no habla de las
clases proletarias como el
Marxismo: no pregona la lu-
cha de clases. Esta no esta-
blece un Gobierno que es ms
importante que el hombre.
No. Los padres de la patria,
en su Declaracin de Inde-
pendencia, hacen al hombre
supremo. No hace diferencia
entre un ingls, norteameri-
cano, francs o chino. Los pa-
dres de la patria decretaron
que el hombre es supremo.
"Nosotros sostenemos que
estas verdades son evidentes",
escribieron nuestros padres,
"que todos los hombres son
criados Igual; que ellos fue-
ron dotados por el Creador
con ciertos derechos inaliena-
bles; que entre stos estn I*
vida, libertad y la lucha por
la felicidad; que para asegu-
rar esos derechos, los gobier-
nos son establecidos por los
hombres, obteniendo sus po-
deres justos del consentimien-
to de los gobernados; que
siempre que una forma de
gobierno se convierta en des-
tructor de estos fines, es el
derecho del pueblo de levan-
tarse para abolirlo".
Esa era una doctrina re-
volucionaria en 1778. Y toda-
va lo sigue siendo en muchas
partes del mundo de hoy. Es
por eso que la revolucin nor-
teamericana fue una revolu-
cin mundial, porque es apli-
cable a todos los hombres en
todas partes. Y tambin pue-
de ser aplicada a los hombres
detrs de la cortina de hie-
rro, en donde los gobiernos
de hoy ni remotamente ob-
tienen sus poderes del con-
sentimiento de los goberna-
dos.
MANIFIESTO AL MUNDO
En este pas, la igualdad de
los hombres es un principio
[KM- el cual los hombrea han
uchado, muchas veces con
calma, pero siempre hemos
luchado. Y si le hubisemos
dado a este principio ms
aliento fuera de nuestras
fronteras, tal como en Asia,
ahora no tendramos a 400
millones de chinos hablando
de un falso credo como el
comunismo, tal como lo hacen
hoy.
En realidad, estas simples
y "evidentes" verdades for-
man un manifiesto al mun-
do. Ellas decretan no solo que
el hombre es supremo, sino
que ha sido dotado por el
Creador con ciertas libertades
y derechos que ningn dic-
tador, ni Gobierno, ni Con-
greso le pueden arrebatar.
Cuando esa Declaracin fue
firmada, fue una inspiracin
a otras jvenes repblicas que
luchan en el mundo. La re-
volucin francesa sigui el
mismo patrn establecido por
nosotros. Y asi hubieron mu-
chas en la Amrica Latina.
Entre las coronas de Europa,
estbamos considerados como
radicales peligrosos cuya doc-
trina de igualdad amenazaba
la seguridad del mundo.
Entonces, g r a d u a 1 m ente,
fuimos dejando de ser "pe-
ligrosos". Dejamos de incul-
car nuestra Declaracin de
Independencia. Tenamos por
delante un gran pas que des-
arrollar y fuimos absorbidos
por nuestros propio proble-
mas.
Asi pues, que dejamos de
Sredicar nuestro gran credo,
ejamos de preocuparnos por
el resto del mundo, hasta ha-
ce poco. Y mientras desean-
Declar ayer el
Dr. J. J. Arvalo a
los periodistas
Haciendo gala de una habili-
dad poco comn para contestar
las preguntas de los periodistas
locales, el ex-Presidente de
Guatemala, doctor Juan Jos
Arvalo, celebr ayer en la ma-
ana la anunciada conferencia
de prensa, impresionando con
su recia personalidad intelec-
tual y por la sencillez para ex-
poner sus problemas de la pa-
tria, our manej con sumo co-
nocimiento.
COMPLACIDO EN PANAMA
El doctor Arvalo dijo que se
senta muy complacido de vi-
sitar a Panam y que a su re-
greso de la Argentina, donde
viaja en misin diplomtica
transitoria, tenia la intencin
de visitar la Escuela Normal
de Santlaeo de Veraguas. Ar-
valo manifest que en octubre
regresar a su patria para de-
dicarse a atender sus hijos y
a su profesin de escritor. Pien-
sa escribir un libro de su ac-
tuacin poltica, que ser se-
gn declar "una opinin per-
sonal para la historia".
Al preguntrsele sobre qu ti-
po de conquistas sociales logra-
da por su gobierno en favor
del pueblo de Guatemala, de-
clar: "Nosotros hicimos reali-
dad la vigencia del Cdigo de
Trabajo que dio ciudadana al
hombre de Guatemala y le brin-
d iguales condiciones huma-
nas".
32 REVOLUCIONES
"Mi gobierno fue poltico", di-
jo textualmente, yo soy maes-
tro. Deb desarrollar un gobler-
no cultural, pero no tuve tiem-'
-> de hacerlo. Durante mi pe-
riodo de gobierno fueron do-
minadas treinta y dos revolu-
ciones, cuatro llegaron a reali-
zarse, las otras fueron descu-
biertas y dominadas antes de
'Pasa a la Par'. 6. Columna f>
illesa [Redonda (Panamericana
de las fflu/eres de [Panam
Prsenla un cordial saludo al Dr. Juan Jos Arvalo "Ciudadano
de Amrica" y una de las figuras de prestigio continental, con ms
lmpida trayectoria en el cielo americano.
Que su credo americanista sea pronunciado con devocin patritica
en todos los suelos libres del continente y en los que anhelan serlo, aon
los deseos de esta asociacin femenina que encarna como ninguna la
prctica de su bella doctrina: Union. Acercamiento y Comprensin entre
In* pueblos de Amrica Pueblos hermanos, con problemas comunes cuya
solucin preocupa hondamente este gallardo paladin de "verdadera'
democracia.
Panam. S de Julio de 1951.
Wir*$$k
Irimm r> I' mtrt* rtfitlrds it
tfioitmt par* tu tip titttUt
La pelcula > empea
le dientei la pelcula
Acide qua calara la*
picadarai. |Pdnt
feqaftal
Mt3
sbamos, otros credos se nos
adelantaron, especialmente
ese credo de los Infatigables e
inescrupulosos hombres del
Kremlin.
Us grficas captan instantes en que el Dr. Juan Jos Arvalo, Ex-Presidente de la Repblica
de Guatemala, departa con la prensa y con la Asociacin de Mujeres Universitarias, en la
Legacin del hermano pas de Centroamrica, donde fu visitado por ms de un centenar di
personas de nuestro mundo Intelectual y poltico.
LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
Nmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorteo Ordinario No. 1687, del Domingo 8 de Julio de 1951.
El billete entero comprende 52 fracciones divididos en dos series de 26 fracciones cada una denominadas A y W.
Premio Mayor
Segundo Premio
Tercer Premio
46 7 7 B. 52,000.00
9 7 61 B. 15.600.00
4 4 5 9 B. 7.800.00
*i c temi.
M77
177
277
377
477
S77
77
777
M77
7
I.-.6.M
lite
1M.M
154.W
154. 4
IS6.H
:.(M.N
IS*.**
IU.N
I5.M
*1fc Premio-
aV
un 1M.N
1177 I3S.M
1277 1H.M
1377 IM.M
1477 ISt.H
1S77 I5.M
1(77 2.6W.W
1777 158.K
177 HO 0(1
177 15.
\o
77
2177
2277
2377
2477
2S77
277
2777
2S77
2977
Crraii"' No Premie v Prertle* M i inline
b> 8/ a <
I MM 3077 IM.M 4*77 IM.M M77 IM.M
l m; mi 3177 1.-..M 4177 15C.M 5177 IM.M
15.M 3277 IM.M 277 IM.M 5277 IM.M
ISSN 3377 IM.M 4377 IM.M 5377 IM.M
IM.M 3477 IM.M 4477 1M.M 5477 IM.M
1M.M 3577 IM.M 4S77 IM.M 5377 IM.M
j.boo mi 3S77 2.SM.M 4(77 32.MM.M M77 2.6M.M
IM.M 3777 IM.M 4777 IM.M 5777 IM.M
IM.M 3S77 IM.M 4S77 IM.M 587 7 IM.M
IM.M 3S77 IM.M 4S77 IM.M 5S77 IM.M
No
M77
(177
(277
(377
(477
577
M77
(777
M77
(77
Premio- Su Frtmit
B i
i:.r. oo 7*77 IM.M
IM.M 7177 IM.M
1SCM 7277 IM.M
IM.M 7377 IM.M
1.K.M 7477 IM.M
IM.M 7S77 IM.M
2,600.00 7(77 2,(M.M
IM.M 7777 IM.M
IM.M 7S77 IM.M
IM.M 7*77 IM.M
oa.
M77
8177
8277
SS77
M77
8577
8(77
8777
M77
M77
Pri 'u Na Premia*
u. /.
IM.M M77 IM.M
IM.M 177 IM.M
IM.M 277 IM.M
IM.M 377 IM.M
IM.M 477 IM.M
IM.M M77 IM.M
2,M.M M77 2.S00.M
IM.M 777 1M.M
IM.M S877 15(00
IM.M M77 154 M
APROXIMACIONES
PREMIO MAYOR
Hz
4M8 S20.M
4M( 52IM
H' I /
4(7* 52*.M M72 520.M
4(71 5M.M M73 5M.M
4(74
4475
1 ' ti' *' 1
520.M 4(7( SM.M 4(7* 520 00 M81 5M.M 4H3
520. M 4(78 S20.M 4R4 520 00 4(82 5MM 4M4
520.04
520.M
a/
4(85 5M.M
4M( 520 M
SECUNDO PREMIO
7(1
752
753
V / Ri
200.00 17(1 2(.M 27(1 2(0. M
_._ __ 1 ^
1.10.00 7M I3*.M 7M 13S.M
IM.M na IM.M 757 IM.M
37I
758
759
H'
2*0.00
13.M
IM.M
4711
7M
97(2
2M.M
IM.M
13* M
57(1
7(3
(7(4
2M4
IM.M
IM.M
7*5
7M
2MM
IM.M
ino.M
77(1
H/
2M.M
8/
7(7
97 (8
no.
IM.
87(1
2MM
74
77*
im.M
ni
TERCER PREMIO
B/
45*
1.-4.
IM
IM
IM.M
104.M
V
14M 1M.M
4432
4453
IM.M
IM.M
245
IM.M
44M
455
IM.M
1M.M
8.
3459
IM.M
4457
I04.M
IM.M
li
uos premios del Sorteo del domingo fueron vendidos asi: El lo. en Panam 2o. en_Cocl y 3o. en Coln.
Lo. novecientos billetes enteros terminados en 7 y comprendidos M. la lista precedente -Un premiado, eon
Cincuenta y Dos Balboas (B/.5Z.M) cada uno. ......
Por billete entero se entienden las cincuenta y dos tracciones que componen las ^os serles A y B
riRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Uobernador de la Provincia de Panama HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
El representante del Ministerio de Hacienda y Tesoro. MARIO H. CAL.
RanMndez O.-Cdula No. 2CM255 El Notario Primeo del Circuito de Panam PABLO A. HNEL
Felipe Castrelln-Cdula No. 19-5685 JOS GUILLERMO BATALLA.______________ secretario
J/VT A l* aUlele aremiado ca la allima ellra i .> m 4" ?'"*?*
Vi\J I A cifra w derivarn tnicamente (el "Tema Mayar.- S3 ram
Maj"i "Taaa 2a 4a ai .nrtearan erradamente: la aaraalmela-
aae e derivar de leo "Temi. Manr Scgnnda Toreara O el eao *e
que un nlllete remite amelado ear. (hlala oremloe el aanecda *
billete llene dereeha ae I en apta la oeemla can oae remellar.
raHad ___________________^^___
SORTEO DE "LOS 3 GOLPES"
DOMINGO 8 DE JULIO DE 1M1
Sorteo Nmero Trescientos Ochenta y Ocho <388)
;*'
Primer Premio. .
Segundo Premio.
Tercer Premio...
77
61
59
traccin
/
11.00
3.00
2.00
Billet
m
220.00
60.00
4O.00
uo arCBm m panrn a la par K|tn la LJsta (Miela! de raaam oo la Ofi-
cina de I latera Nacional 4 Beacfleencl .Imada en la Avenida Central
Plan del Sorteo Ordinario No. 1688 que se ha 4a
celebrar el 15 de Julio de 1951.
Cl klUdc amero cumrende U Iraceone dividido en den ttalat
fraccione cada ana denenatnadar "4" v "
t>REMIO MAYOR
4 M
l Pnunlo Mayo., arie f B d....B' *' " '*'<
1 Segundo Picmlo. ana A t B. da... 1.800.00 cada arie
I Tercer Pramlo aria A 8. da.... 1-f220 carta .erl
II Aproximacin, ana A B. d... JM00 carta arte
Premio erla A B. d.......... lJ922 eMa* **r"
ti Pramlo arta A t B. de.......... 7..00 cada arle
9M "ramio arla A B de.......... MM ead arle
SECUNDO PRJOllO
t'
42.W0.0l
15.M0M
I.WS0I
JWW
a.4w 14.aM.0t
U.ono
1. Aproximacin, eana A B d
Premio art A a de........
B/ tt.uu cada arle
IM.00 cada arle
mem pRXMo
1* Aproximacin, arla A t B. d...B/. .UU cada ene
Piamloa. arlai A r B ).......... * oa arle
H'
V
MU
UM.0I
1.172 m
1.4M01
1..14
Precio e an billete entero...........
Precio de an iulncuae.no secando
B MM


LUNES. JTJLIO *. 1*51
Divulgacionei Cientfica
y Estudio de nueva Hormona
para tratar la Tuberculosis
PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
La posibilidad de tratar satis-
factoriamente la enfermedad
sobre una base completamente
?. /,ie.,ha ercado ms a
la realidad con el anuncio he-
^E,h.hty Pr una firma far-
macutica de Montreal de oue
se ha completado la primera
fase de Investigacin y produc-
cin de una "hormona protec-
tora sacada de la glndula pi-
tuitaria. *
Howden R. Homer, presidente
e 15?kww- w*r Limited,
ha dicho hoy que la nuera hor-
mona de la compaa, la So-
matroflna (8TH) s ha pre-
parado en los laboratorios Hor-
ner para el trabajo experimen-
tal sobre la tuberculosis y otra
enfermedades infecciosas y pa-
ra acelerar la cicatrizacin de
las heridas. Se estudian tam-
bin sus efectos en la artritis,
diabetes, hipertensin arterial
y trastornos renales.
Cambio radical
Este nuevo tratamiento supo-
ne un cambio radical en cuan-
al uso de las drogas y an-
tibiticos para atacar directa-
mente a los grmenes respon-
sables. La Somatroflna aumen-
ta la resistencia del organismo
a la Infeccin aislando los gr-
menes Invasores antes de aue
puedan extenderse. Esto estl-
Si usted pudiera
escoger las hojas
de su t
Tender
Leaf
TEA I
. ..usted eligira las m*
tiernas, porque estas son
tas hojas que dan el t
de los que conocen...
Otros han hecho para us-
ted esta minuciosa selec-
cin. Pida en las buenas
tiendas "Tender Leaf.
Quiere decir"Hoias Tier,
as' Se vende en paque-
te o bolsitos filtrantes.
t
f
% ~3
mm
6uawo dym
iwhdosr&itie,
mua a otras defensas del or-
ganismo para que destruyan es-
tos "ncleos de resistencia".
Produca animales ficantes
Repasando los progresos has-
ta la fecha el doctor Leonard
Mitchell, director de Investiga-
cin de Horner, dice que la hor-
mona se consider por primera
vez de Importancia hace algu-
nos aos como estimulante del
crecimiento al demostrarse que
produca animales "gigantes" en
el laboratorio. Esta aplicacin
se hizo ms que nada como
curiosidad ya que la hormona
dio resultados poco satisfacto-
rios en experimentos hechos pa-
ra aumentar la estatura de
enanos y nios de desarrollo
defectuoso.
La STH se dej entonces so-
bre el estante hasta fecha re-
ciente en que esta nueva idea
suscit como resultado del tra-
bajo del Dr. Hans Selye, emi-
nente hombre de ciencia. El Dr.
Selye mostr en experimentos
con animales que la STH tiene
esta accin protectora en el tra-
tamiento de Infecciones.
Este y otros hombres de cien-
cia han demostrado que, aun
cuando la ACTH y la Corti-
sona producen efectos radicales
y beneficioso en muchas en-
fermedades Infla matorlas, en
realidad, disminuyen la resis-
tencia del organismo a la in-
feccin. Asi por ejemplo, cuan-
do se Inyecta a ratas de salud
normal ACTH o Cortisona, pier-
den peso y frecuentemente
mueren consecuencia de "infec-
ciones mltiples espontneas".
El doctor Selye demostr que
esto se puede prevenir o cam-
biar Inyectando STH.
Investigaciones que se llevan
a cabo
Actualmente el programa de
Investigacin que se realiza en
Montreal tiende a demostrar es-
pecficamente si la STH puede
detener la tuberculosis.
En resumen, el Dr. Mitchell
dice "la STH es un factor de
la pituitaria que en muchos
sentidos ejerce efectos casi o-
puestos a la ACTH, aun cuan-
do ambas hormonas se derivan
de la glndula pituitaria" y a-
grega "debido a sus posibilida-
des definidas como factor para
acelerar la cicatrizacin de las
heridas, hay gran Inters en la
STH tanto para la ciruga ci-
vil como la militar. Actualmen-
te se realizan experimentos con
el fin de comprobar los resul-
tados preliminares de Chlgado
a este respecto".
Producido el verano pasado
El representante Horner dice
comenz el pasado verano "Sur-
gieron" agrega "las mismas di-
ficultades que en la extraccin
de la ACTH que tambin se
produjo en los laboratorios Hor-
ner. Ambas hormonas se ex-
traen de las glndulas pituita-
rias de la vaca, facilitadas por
las casas canadienses de em-
pacado de carne. No obstante,
trabajando constantemente ba-
jo condiciones de refrigeracin
es posible extraer nicamente
una sola onza de STH de unas
10,000 de dichas glndulas.
Hasta la fecha casi todo el
producto se ha facilitado gra-
tuitamente para trabajo espe-
rlmental pero debido a las difi-
cultades que lleva su prepara-
cin, esta hormona, al Igual que
la ACTH y otras, ser suma-
mente costosa si alguna vez
Celebrar Ro Hato
las fiestas de la
Virgen del Carmen
RIO HATO Julio 7 (Por si Co-
rresponsal) El pueblo de Po
Hato se prepara para celebrar
con el entusiasmo que se mere-
ce las festividades de su Excu-
sa Patrona la Virgen drl
Carmen.
Las novenas en su honor co-
menzarn hoy 7 de los c;-
rrlentes. La procesin se efec-
tuar el da domingo 15 a las 6
p.m. Se ha tomado esta fecha
para dar oportunidad a toos ',
sus fieles que trabajan en otros
lugares para que la puedan a-
ompaar en su recorrido doi el
pueblo.
Las festividades terminarn
con la Misa de Salud el dia 18
en la maana.
Para todos los asistentes, lot
miembros de la junta han con-
tratado una buena orquesta de
la capital para los bailes del 14
y el 15.
Rio Hato espera, pues, su vi-
sita-
PAGINA THE
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Srl C*Scoaer
AA~5>NJSE:~?!te "" el tr'U le Unan estos tres soldados* cTndo TrJ bau'de morteTo'taTe
EPio"d.emsi,o cca par. sentirse cmodos. Estos tres soldados forman parte de las fueras
de las Naciones Unidas que luchan por contener el comunismo en Corea. 'uerias
"Rusia desangrar a Irn en
beneficio de sus mezquinos
intereses", dice H. Morrison
LONDRES, julio 9. (UPh El
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de Oran Bretaa, Herbert
Morrison, acus a Rusia de es-
tar desangrando a sus satlites
en beneficio de los "mezquinos
intereses" soviticos y advirti
al Gobierno de Irn que est
arrastrando a su pas hacia la
rbita comunista.
Hablando al Partido Laboris-
ta en Ipswich, Morrison dijo
que la forma en que Irn trata
la disputa petrolera con Gran
Bretaa slo puede conducir a
U "mlserU y extenuacin" del
pueblo.
Morrison pregunt: "Puede
pensarse en un sistema mejor
calculado para la explotacin?"
El Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores declar que los lde-
res Iranios estn usando a
Gran Bretaa como "vctima
propiciatoria" de los males eco-
nmicos de Irn. Y mientras
las potencias occidentales estn
contribuyendo a la ayuda a los
pases poco desarrollados, los
Rusos hacen muy poco para
ayudar a otros.
Dijo que "las energas de Ru-
sla se dirigen slo a salvaguar-
aiAMBOTEtJ
Cinla AVENIDA
estn desempacando
PARAGUAS DE 16
VARILLAS
Negros, azules, brown
y rayados. Mangos
novedosos.
Especial... 3.95
PAUELOS PLISADOS
En todo color. Propios
para adorno de blusas.
Especial... 0.65
VESTIDOS JANTZEN
Aqua, negro, azul, rojo, verde.
Tallas: 32 al 40.
Especial... 10.95
SCHIAPARELU
La media ms fina.
Tallas: 8 a 10.
Especial... 2.25
llega a encontrar un lugar en
el tratamiento de los seres hu-
manos. Si bien sus posibilida-
des parecen muy extensas y
prometedoras, conviene insistir
en que an queda mucha la-
bor suplementaria por realizar.
Se sabe que la 8TH lleva algu-
nos peligros y stos deben com-
prenderse mejor y controlarse
antes de que pueda ensayarse
en el ser humano". '
dar sus propios Intereses mez-
quinos. Su propio pueblo cono-
ce solamente el progreso de su
nivel de /ida lento y cuidado-
samente controlada y los sat-
lites son frecuentemente desan-
grados al servicio de los prop-
sitos de Rusia. Si alguien del
oeste hiciera tal cosa, se le
llamara imperialista rapaz. En
Europa Oriental so se conoce
Los Gases en
el Estmago
fon Poliposos
Para vanear esa afliccin eau-
aaila por loa cidos producido* por
la mala digestin, a* recomienda
al uso diarlo da "Neutracld "
Loa aatdmafoa cidos on pall-
Irrita laa delicadas membranas del
MnstO y eeto reaulta. frecatn-
lemente en Rastrilla, con frecuen-
cia acompaad de lceras en al
estmago de naturalea peligrosa.
Loa alimentos se agrian creando
ese peligroso gas que dilata el
estmago e Interviene con el fun-
cionamiento normal da loa r-
ganos Internoa vtalas.
Lo peor qua puede haceree ta
descuidar eata aarla condicin o
tratar de corregirla, con la ayuda
da loa digestivos corrlentea que
en verdad no llevan a cabo 1 tra-
bajo de neutralizar loa cidos es-
tomacales. Hn cambio, consiga
J1 .*u **" una caja de
Neutracld y despus da cada co-
mida, disuelva una oucharadlta en
riedlo vaso de agua hto le
regulara al eatflmago, neutrali-
zar el exceso de icldo 7 evi-
tar que as forma sin molestarlo
n forma alguna. El Neutracld ei
ofensivo al estmago, cueita
oco y ae vende en todas laa far-
nacias Miles de prrsonaa lo uaan
r pueden ahora disfrutar de sus
temida*.
con el nombre de "asistencia
econmica mutua."
Evits una infeccin. |Proleja.al
Cubra la rozadura con
BAND-ITA'
VINDITAS
ADHIIIVAS
JoWoH^ovmoH
ofrecemoe para la duea
de la casa o la futura
novia un surtido comple-
to de srtculos para al
hogar y para la cocina.
* JUEGOS DE CUBIERTOS
"Community" an estuches para 4 . y a
personas. Adems ofrecemos cubiertos por
separados.
* VASOS FLOREADOS
?>r docenas, diseos de fantasa para agua,
Urh-ball y coca-cola. ^
* VASOS EN CAJETAS
especiales para regalos, para refrescos,
8 perronas.
* VAJILLAS
paca y 12 personas.
'/un suplido dt
OLLAS DE VI I MIMO
ESTERIUZADORAS DE MAMADERAS
ACEITE VEGETAL "DURET"
Vi kilo-------... .75*
lata de 1 kilo. .. 1.O
BAZAR FRANCES
HEIRTEMATTE V CA.
PLAZA SANTA ANA PANAMA
Suaves como
la seda
Es la hora del coctel!
Jatebamos de desempacar
un linasuno surtido
DE
CAMISAS POLO MALLA
Muy fresca. Tallas: Pequea
mediana y gran*.
Especial . 2.95
CREMA PASTEURIZADA
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
Istmpla y nutre. Para cutis ..
seco y grasoso. 1.40
COMPRE AHORA
CHAMBONNET QUINTA AVENIDA
_____ ABIERTO DE I a 12: JO de 2 a (.
TRAJES
de Sport y de Tarde
Desde 5-95
-
CARTERAS
de paja en una gran
variedad de coloras
y estilos.
llovedaa!
FALDAS
de nylon plisadas en
Aqua y Tangerine er.
diferentes tamaos.
CALIDAD-SERVICIO-GARAINTIA
EL PRIMERO EL MAS POPULAR EL NICO
h0a!i^eCOnOCJ,,DUe8lTnD,,lero*08c,leol< *"" tr"en, signen suscri-
satisfee nZZira C'Ub de M1eW" y Mer"d""' ** SK Club que
satisface plenamente con sus grandes facilidades.
Nuestro Club es el fue tiene
mayor nmero da socios y al
ms antiguo da. la Repblica.
solamenteTmuebles V
MERCADERAS DE CALIDAD.
RON
&*
es perfecto para todas las
ocasiones, para todas
las bebidas!
Socios favorecidos en Julio 8 de 1951:
Sr. LUIS MANUEL DE GRACIA Pedro Oba-
rrio. No. 18 Una cama doble de caoba
barnizada en color natural, con su colchn
y spring de resortes. Ganada con 1 semana.
Sr. MOISS ALVARADO Calle 14 Oeste, No.
65 Una cama dobla de caoba barnizada
en jaspe naranja, con su colchn y spring
de resortes. Ganada con 10 semanas.
Sr. REINALDO ANTONIO CARRILLO Calle 12
Oeste, No. 53 Un radio marca Phillips
de seis tubos. Ganado con 10 emanas.
Srta. EFIGENIA ORTEGA Calle 6a. Pueblo
Nuevo, No. 4599 Una batidora elctrica
marca Sunbeam. Ganada con 10 semanas.
Sra. ENDRINA ds CASTELLANOS Ave. Le-
fevre, No. 5 Una lavadora elctrica mar-
ca "General Electric." Ganada con 15 se-
manas.
Sr. CARLOS DE LA OSSA Carrasquilla, No.
987 Dos canaps con sus correspondien-
tes colchones. Ganados con 16 semanas.
Sra. ANA BLANCHARD DE BOID Trinidad,
La Boca, No. 1073 Un juego de living
room, con cuero color vino. Ganado con 30
semanas.
LOS Ft LIO TAMOS!
H52.S SS RECAMARA.
JUEGOS DE COMEDOR.
JUEGOS PARA SALA.
JUEGOS DE LIVING.
M.HKJ'E8 PARA OFICINA.
MUIRLES SUELTOS.
Con 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Platas.
Radios. Refrigeradora, Lava
doras. Mquinas da Coser,
Mquinas da escribir. Estufas
da Kerosene. Abanicos. Lm-
paras residenciales. Archiva-
dores. Estufas para gas. Col.
ehones. Linleos. Alfombras.
Bicicletas de laa me Jo reo
marcas.
Llantas y Bateras para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pron.
das de Joyera y Platera,
Juegoa de Cubiertos Vajillas.
Cristalera. Artculos para r-
talos.
REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
ARTCULOS OE JOYERA.
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro artculo desde
dies balboas en adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agentes vendedores.
Reparamos Radios de
cualquier marca.
LA PARISIN
Avenida Central II,.
DESTILERA
CENTRAL. S.A.
Entreifaraos la mercadera ai momento de suscribirse, eavindola a su cata,
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
2S ae,rnaN7DcqU: * RECALAM08 0T*<> NUMERO CON EL CUAL TIENE
m 2ma2Kam U'g Recmir ***** completos, quo obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros ouscrlptores.
CASA SPORT, S. A.
Mueblera Ferretera Artculos de Casa
/a ^ tet*- Pieria Objeto para Regalos
(Avr c i Lotera (Antigua ferretera Duque)
El mrlto de nuestro Club as reconocido per miles de hogares an tod la Repblica.
*ve Sur Relleno de Brrala Fren re a) Centro Eseoiar Amador Guerrero . Tel t-1149


PAGINA CUATRO
11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN*!*
LUNES, JIIO I, I9S1
- CRUCIGRAMA
X 8 1 6 r r- i 8 9 10 11
12 (
15 18
80
21 22 y s
r J 88 27 28
i 31
32 8
i 36
87 88 39 .....
41 i S 43 44 46
jtt y
b

Comenzaron en Penonom
edificio
l HORIZONTALES:
} 1Taza redonda sin asa.
4Buey sagrado de los egipcios
8Mamfero parecido al ciervo
12Crculo o redondel.
13Habite, resida.
'14Envuelves.
15Firmar.
17Del verbo timar, Inv.'
18Desafio.
19Nacin o pais.
21Entretenido.
23India aborigen del Caribe,
Inv.
!24Clase de perro.
25Hecho por transaccin.
!"29Remuevo la tierra.
30March al trote.
,81Punto cardinal.
'82Nuestra ama.
.34Cantor primitivo.
95Nombre de mujer.
38Relativo- a los asnos.
J7Prenda de vestir.
.40Famoso confesor espaol.
41 Bastante, harto.
[42Preso, arrestado.
46Rio de Francia.
47Golfo del ocano Indico.
48Tratamiento espaol.
49Palo de la baraja espaola.
SOExistir.
,51Se atreva.
1
10Juez, civil turco.
11Pronombre demostrativo.
16Ciudad de los Estados
Unidos.
20Destino.
21El primer hombre.
22Natural de Mauretania.
23Olor agradable.
25Convenios, pactos.
26Del verbo asentir.
27Incertldumbre.
28Costado. Inv.
30Instante, causa levisi .a.
33Fragmentos.
34Del verbo asar.
36Entretenida.
37Ocasin, suceso.
38Uno de los hijos de Jacob.
39Extremidad de ciertos
animales.
40Amarrar.
43Letra castellana.
44Nmero.
45Uno, en Ingls.
VERTICALES:
i
1 1Expendio de bebidas
i 2Bisonte de Europa, Inv.
' 3Sombros, ttricos,
j 4Vestidura sacerdotal.
' 5En pequea cantidad.
6Clera, enfado.
i 7Homenaje musical.
8Etremldades de los peces.
9Capital suramerlcana.
para
Las fiestas de San
Juan en La Palma
Fue un xito el programa de
festejos celebradas por la so-
ciedad de alumnos de! tercer
ao secundarlo de esta locali-
dad, con la cooperacin de los
profesores Teodoro Mndez, A-
lejandro Castillo G. y Segundo
Gutirrez L las fiestas de San
Juan Bautista, por tradicin po-
pular es acutica y celebrada
con el mayor entusiasmo po-
sible.
Esta cofrada estudiantil, lle-
va en mente como un trofeo el
grato recuerdo de haber visto
coronada con sta, en el pre-
sente ao escolar, su primera
actividad cultural, que para
nosotros es un verdadero pro-
blema, pues la casa escuela tie-
ne sets aulas y no tiene una
disponible para estos actos. Con
el permiso de la direccin y
en el mnimo tiempo posible,
hay que ver cmo construir y
3uitar dos tabiques de salones
e clases contiguos para obte-
ner una aula mxima.
No obstante todos estos por-
menores, el programa de feste-
jos se desarroll en medio de
la ms grande alegra estu-
diantil v el pueblo tuvo su par-
ticipacin.
del P
rimer
trabajos
Ciclo
El Ministro Navarro
Inspeccion ayer el
terreno en esa
PENONOME, Julio 9 (Corres-
ponsal) Ayer hizo visita a
Penonom el 8eor Ministro de
Obras Pblicas Ingeniero or-
berto Navarro quien inspeccio-
n los terrenos donde se levan-
tarn en breve los edificios cel
primer ciclo secundarlo de Pe-
nonom. El Ministro Navatro
manifest categricamente al
corresponsal que desde toy
unes comenzaran los trabajes
de fundacin del plantel y o-.ie
ja estn cortadas en Panama
las planchas de hierro que ser-
virn de marco a las fundicio-
nes. El Ingeniero Navarro se
mostr muy Interesado adems
por los trabajos de la carretera
u. Pajonal y otros factores que
arn impulso econmico a Pe-
nonom. El Ministro fu atendi-
do en el casern donde funcic-
r.a actualmente el ciclo secun-
dario por la seora Directora
doa Blanca Caries de Kravcio
y los profesores. Camiones de o-
bras pblicas estn ocupados
cargando piedra para los terre-
nos del elcio y todo hace lnti-
car que la construccin de ios
edificios se avecina.
Se inicia campaa para q' se
instale alcantarillado en la
Poblacin de Boquete pronto
Los santeos piden al Presidente
que nombre comisin fiscalizados
cuando se construya el manicomio
Se nos ha enviado la siguien-
te carta para su publicacin:
Panam, julio 3 de 1951
Excmo. seor Presidente
de la Repblica,
don Alclbiades Arosemena,
E. S. D.
Excelentsimo seor:
Los miembros del "Comit 10
de Noviembre", interpretando el
sentimiento del pueblo santeo
en general, venimos por este
medio a' darle el testimonio de
nuestra ntima satisfaccin por
la acertada decisin del Gobier-
no que usted preside al relnlclar
se ofreci a Ritter y a Mrquez
un sabroso sancocho en la ha-
cienda El Rosarlo por especial
invitacin de sus dueos los lier
manos Guardia Ponce. Hubo a-
dems en obsequio de ellos en
la misma finca una emocionan-
te lidia de reses bravas.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
BELLA VISTA U
ESTREN
MULTANEO!
JUEVES
y TROPICAL
DAVID, julio 7. Correspon-
sal!. Una campaa editorial
ha iniciado La Razn en favor
del alcantarillado de Boquete.
Es Impostergable, sostiene el a-
ludido diarlo remediar situacio-
nes delicadas como la que ha
venido confrontando la comu-
nidad boquetea hace mucho
tiemoo. Por falta de alcanta-
rillado.
Las autoridades sanitarias han
expresado sus temores, en re-
petidas ocasiones, de que In-
controlables epidemias pueden
ser causa del funcionamiento de
los llamados pozos negros y la
aglomeracin o aumento de po-
blacin durante la poca de ve-
rano se considera que proble-
mas de esta naturaleza deben
merecer la atencin oficial por
sobre aquellos de menor im-
portancia, al no tener relacin
con la salud pblica. Las notas-
editoriales incluyen un llamado
formal al Ministro de Obras P-
blicas sobre este particular.
"ABRINDOSE PASO
(H OAVn I JOHN I "HANK /-y -nA (l.ntJul ^*
Brian Agar Lovejoy Suzann e
Brillante homenaje se ofreci
en Penonom a selecto grupo
de intelectuales el Sbado
o icana Simen C. Cont ofrec*
c, homenaje en frases de sin-
cero reconocimiento y de simpa-
ta cordial. Contest elocuenti -
mente el Licenciado Ittrcueg
valiosa unidad de las nuevas
promociones Intelectuales de la
patria. En la maana de U'Jjf
penonome. Julio 9 (Corres-
ponsal) En la residencia de
' don Jorge Araz tuvo lugar a-
nut'.ie el clido homenaje de
simpata y reconocimiento que
distinguidos elementos de Pe-
nonom y caballeros vinculados
a esta poblacin con nexos de
rangre o simpata, rindieron p-
noche a los jvenes Intelectua-
les doctor Eduardo Ritter Aislar..
Licenciado Guillermo Mrquez
Briceo, Licenciado Carlos I
vui Zuiga y Profesor C-icr
Quintero.
El profesor Quintero no pido
concurrir por causas ajenas c
su voluntad- Haciendo un a.to
elogio de los mritos de los Ho-
menajeados y de su labor tn
provecho de a decencia re^u-
N
N
C
E
S
Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
los trabajos de construccin del
manicomio en Los Santos. Le
na tocado a usted, como Pre-
sidente de la Repblica, volver
al camino de la realizacin de
un justo anhelo de los san-
teos. La edificacin de esa
obra en Los Santos es de gran
trascendencia para la rehabi-
litacin econmica de toda esa
regln, aparte de las ventajas
de todo orden que se deriva-
ran para ese establecimiento de
su ubicacin en un medio que
har ms efectiva la labor a
que est destinada.
El objeto de esta carta, no
es slo el de expresarle nuestra
complacencia patritica y nues-
tra voz de aplauso, sino tam-
bin el de sugerir que acepte
usted el nombramiento de una
comisin de personas honora-
bles para que fiscalicen la in-
versin de los fondos desfila-
dos a la obra, de-modo que se
obtenga de ellos el mayor be-
neficio posible. Un precedente
de este orden se ha sentado
ya en el caso de la construc-
cin del Acueducto de Chitr
y ha dado resultados Inmejo-
rables. Queramos sugerir tam-
bin que, en lo posible, se eje-
cuten dichas obras por licita-
cin, conforme a las disposicio-
nes legales que regulan la ma-
teria. Nos parece, seor Pre-
sidente, que estas Indicaciones
son una demostracin de nues-
tro deseo de cooperar con su
Gobierno al mejor xito de la
empresa.
Somos de usted, amigos y
compatriotas,
Por el Comit 10 de Noviem-
bre,
Carlos O. Quintero A., presi-
dente; Rorelia Correa, vice-pre-
sidente; Pablo J. Arosemena B.,
Srio. general: Demostenes Gar-
ca M., sub-secretario: Adn
licet, receptor: Pedro Escalona
R., receptor; I" f rain Escalona,
tesorero; G. A. Garca Castillo,
asesor; Mauri lio O. Torregrosa,
asesor; Oscar Fonseca, fiscal.
Con AIRE
ACONDICIONADO
TEATRO LUX
PRESENTA:
HOY ULTIMO DA!
SIMULTNEAMENTE
con el TEATRO
CECILIA
i JAMAS SE HA VISP Va* I
UNA PELCULA 1
SEMEJANTE! A
|-'
atmny Quw Euicni ii mm )>' Tona
CMriiti Cim*hfi < Jttu l-|r:
Surta tu It nsvtlt Tan Ua
i rittut i > Birtcci 4% itomrr 0SStH
PRONTO LUX!
Filmada en la India!
FASTUOSA! PICA!
"KIM DE LA INDIA"
En Tecnicolor!
con ERROL KI.VNN
MAANA MARTES!
ESTRENO ESPECIAL!
Alegre Suceso Musical en
Colores!...
"VALLE ALEGRE"
Reir v Gozar como nunca.
:t__Mi 7
DESDE JUEVES!
Amor juvenil! Gracia a mon-
tones! Canciones y bailes en-
cantadores!.. Otra especiali-
dad musical de la M-G-M en
Tecnicolor! ..
"2 SEMANAS DE
AMOR"
VEA el Tango bailado por
MONTA B*N"
M-6-M'i.: f
ECHNICOLOf
MUSICAL
* JUEVES *
SON O NO SON?
QUE VA! NO SE EQUIVOQUEN UDS...
Los Hnos. MARX estn en Hollywood pero encontraron
quien los imitara a la perfeccin. ..!
LOS 5 GRANDES DEL BUEN HUMOR
en la sensacional comedia musical
M-G-M Binuson Ih SHow
SUMMER
STOCK
technicolor/
bkt wjxiigbw u ssm
uaaa utx-na. isttk
fcCAWwMofmLBAN
HOY y MAANA!
AMOR PERDIDO
con sus pasos de
Mainbo callentito
- con -
AMALIA AGUILAR
y PEREZ PRADO
CANCIONES! RITMO!
MUJERES HERMOSAS!
JUEVES!
ESTRENO!
Qu delito fu el suyo
para que lo enterraran en
ASMAsmas
CREACIN DE
PEDRO INFANTE
WLj'MlXm j, OUIS CALHERN ANN HARDING
5 GRANDES y UNA CHICA
La pelcula que hace olvidar las penas, en la que
debuta "LA ORQUDEA" del cine criollo
LAURA HIDALGO
LA BELLEZA INCOMPARABLE!
Una Pelcula que supera a las
hechas en Hollywood!
PRNSENTE
C N A E ACN DICIONADt)1
HOY ULTIMO DA!
Elsa
AGUIRRE, en
"UNA
MUJER
DECENTE"
ESTRENO ESPECIAL!
UN 80LO DA!
Una alegre, fastuosa comedia
musical... 1
DELIA GARCES
ALBERTO GLOSAS, en
El Otro Yo de Marcela
* JUEVES *
UN ESTRENO DE
SUPREMA GRANDEZA!
Entre las almas de ellas,
su corazn se debata, sin
perecer nt triunfar... 1
DOLORES DEL RIO
JORGE MISTRAL, en
DESEADA
Un drama ntimo de un torero y una
mujer que le ense lo que es la
Gloria... y el Miedo!...
TOROS
BRAVOS''
con MEL FERRER
MIROSLAVA
y. ios Mejores Toreros
Mexicanos!
BELLA VISTA
"SINFONA OTOAL
UNA PASIN QUE
DESARROLLA UN
GRAN DRAMA!
Joseph Cotlcn Joan Fontaine
jjniuur.
TEATRO TROPICAL
Morir Slrxrn Alex Nlcol
Robert Douilu, ni
"Prisionero de Guerra''
SI HABLAN... MATAN...
SI CALLAN MULHfcN !
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
~Pau: Kelly Bonita-
Uranville. en
"ACUSADO DE ALTA
TRAICIN"
- y -
"LA LLAMARADA"
______ con Sab
Soberbio Doble Programa 1
BLANQUITA AMARO
TTTO LUSIARDO
Las Mina tas de Fuego, en
"A Lo Habana Me Voy"
- Adems: -
CARMEN MONTEJO
Tito Junuo, en
"BAMBA"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Soberbio Doble en Espaol!
Prez Piado Doily Sisters
Mulatas de Fuego, n
"ESCUELA DE MODELOS"
- y -
"LA CORONA de HIERRO"
La mejor pelcula Italiana!
TEATRO TIVOLI
John Garfield, en
"SU ULTIMO RECURSO"
- y -
"TRES SECRETOS"
TEATRO IRIS
Nin Sevilla Tito
Junen, en
-VICTIMAS DEL PECADO"
y Emilio Tuero, en
"LA SENTENCIA"
HISPANO
Pedro Infante, en
"EL GAVILN POLLERO"
- y -
"CASA DE VECINDAD"
TEATRO EDISON
"LA ISLA DEL TESORO"
i En Colores i
I -
"HERENCIA MORTAL"
JEATRO VICTORIA
John Derek, en
'El Temible Robin Hood"
- y -
"UN YANKI EN COREA"
VIST ERMOSA
NOCHE DE BANCO!
"EL LECHERO"
- y -
"ALMA EN SOMBRA"
PAClr ICO
He* > Violencia"
y -
-EN UNA ISLA
CONTIGO"
IDEAL
-H. QirK NO
VOLVI-
- 7 -
"SANGRE y PLATA-
APOLO
SERENATA KM
ACAPtlLCO"
- y -
MI MARIDO"
KOOSfVFL7
"AGUAS QUE REGRESAN"
y "BL VENGADOR"
W


LUNES, JULIO 8, 1951
~ ".if
Kl. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDLTENDIENTT
FAOINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rseda
ccin
Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-3182 HORAS: 8:00 10:00 a.m. Apartido 134
QVINCE AOS
UlAi
PLETORICA DE GRACIA y BELLEZA lleca hoy a los quince
aos, la seorita Maritza Gonzlez, distinguida alumna de la
Escuela de Mara Inmaculada. Ayer sus padres le ofrecieron
una fiesta en su residencia a la cual asistieron sus numerosas
amistades. AI felicitar a la simptica Maritza, hacemos ex-
tensivo nuestro saludo a sus padres, don Erasmo Gonzlez y
doa Zoila de Gonzlet.
Para Europa
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares, regresa
maana a Ginebra, lugar de su
residencia la seora Mercedes
Galindo de Hoffman. La despe-
dimos atentamente.
Despedimos al seor Ignacio
Fierro, quien regresa hoy a Es-
paa, despus de haber pasa-
do una corta temporada entre
nosotros, husped de sus her-
manos, seor Carlos Eleta y
seora Dora B. de Eleta.
[Para Uiegalo}


*-.
Ave. Tvoli No. 16
GRATIS:
Una preciosa Lmpara
con cada compra de ms
de B/. 100.00 I
De Europa
Presentamos un cordial sa-
ludo de bienvenida a la seora
Mara Elena O. de de la Guar-
dia, a su hija, seorita Rita de
la Guardia, quienes regresaron
en das pasados de Europa.
De Costa Rica
Regresaron hoy de San Jos
en donde pasaron varios das
de descanso el seor Alclba-
des A. Arosemena Jr. y el Dr.
Ricardo Alemn. Los saluda-
mos.
De Colombia
Saludamos atentamente al
Dr. Amadeo Vicente MastellarI,
quien regres ayer de Medellin
por la va area.
De Puerto Rico
Acompaada de sus nllos
Sandra y Osear, regres ayer
de Puerto Rico la seora Ra-
quel G. de Martinez. La salu-
damos.
Recepcin
S.E. el Embajador de la Re-
pblica Argentina, Coronel Ju-
lio Lpez Muiz y seora Mar-
ta S. Ce Muiz, ofrecen hoy, de
7 p.m. a 9 p.m. una recepcin
en su residencia, en conmemo-
racin de la Independencia Ar-
gentina.
Cocktail
El seor George Burham y
seora Dora A. de Burham
ofrecen hoy un cocktail en od
residencia para agasajar a la
seorita Maria Teresa Healy y
al Lie. Roberto R. Alemn
quienes contraern matrimonio
a fines de esta semana. El Lie
Alemn fu agasajado ayer, con
un paseo a Juan Diaz por un
numeroso grupo de sus amigos.
Cocktail
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, el Dr. Luis A.
Vallarlno y seora Marcela D.
de Vallarlno ofrecieron el s-
bado un cocktail en su residen-
cia.
Enfermos
Pronto restablecimiento 1 e
deseamos a la seora Ana Glo-!
ra S. de Romero, quien se en- \
cuentra recluida en la Clnica
San Fernando.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
su residencia la seora Olga A,
de Garcia de Paredes. Ojal me
Jore pronto.
Truman pide que E.U.
fermine el estado de
guerra con Alemania
WASHINGTON, Julio 9 (UP)
El Presidente Truman le pi-
di al Congreso que termine el
tstado de guerra entre Estao?
Luidos y Alemania- El fin de la
guerra con Alemania se hai
efectivo una vez aue se expida
ia Proclama Presidencial.
Truman dijo que la resolucin
deber incluir la autorizacin
para ia incautacin de las pro-
piedades alemanas tal como lo
estipula la ley sobre el comercio
con el enemigo.
El Presidente dijo que la la-
minacin del estado de guar
cen Alemania no afectar '1
"status* de ocupacin de .*c
pas ni afectar los derechos y
piivilegios de Estados Untd>s,
tales como reparaciones.
ntuiui
La grfica fu tomada durante el agasajo que las alumnas de la Escuela de Ballet de doa
Gladys Heurtematte le ofrecieron con motivo del da de su cumpleaos, celebrado la semana
pasada. ____
Guarda cama en la clnica San
Fernando el nio Juan Esklld-
sen Arias. Pronta mejora ie
deseamos.
Se encuentra recluida en 3U
residencia por motivos de sa-
lud la nia Antonieta Alfaro
Navarro. Ojal mejore pronto.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Virginia G. vda. de Fer-
nndez.
Nia Jaquellne Diaz D.
Nio Frank Morrice III.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Emena A. de Orlllac.
Sra. Hermelinda M. de Guar-
dia.
Sra. Mllrl A. de St. Malo
Sr. Jorge Arias
Sr. Francisco T. Snchez
Sr. Carlos A. Daz.
Nio Miguel Ernea'-o Core
Zubleta.
Nio Carlas Enrique Teja-
da Lavergne.
Nio James Chavers Jr.
Operada
Ayer fue sometida a Interven-
cin quirrgica por el Dr. Luis
C. Prieto la seora Angela Aro-
semena de Henrliquez, quien se
encuentra en la Sala de Mater-
nidad del Hospital Santo Toms.
Hacemos votos porque su resta-
blecimiento sea rpido.
RED
Panamericana
1090 Kcs
HOY
HOY LUNES
3:30 Don Quakero
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Avena Quaker.
Del Comit Pro Asilo de Bolvar
Se cita por este medio a to-
das las damas que componen el
Comit Pro Asilo de Bolvar
del Club Interamerlcano de
Mujeres, para una reunin muv
Importante que tendr lugar |
maana martes a las 10 a.m. en
el local del club, con el objeto
Ude entrepar sus cargos.
Lo ideal para su cocina!
CLUB < Semanas
JUEGOS DE OLLAS
de aluminio y
esmaltadas
C-LACUILA
Avenida Central 91
OLLAS DE PRESIN
Tempo"
LINLEOS
bonitos diseos!
JAH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosos y fortificantes
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
En todo el mundo los nios prefieren lis
Hojuelai de Avena 3-Minutos. V es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les gusca su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase usted tambin un plaio
de tan alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de ataa, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el desayuno.
*nAii
JKadvuL r
cmwd en muUti
ADQUIERA UN JUEGO
COMO ESTE HOY MISMO
SOLO / 2222
APROVECHE NUESTRAS FACILIDADES
DE PAGO O SUSCRBASE A
NUESTRO CLUB !
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE21E.-1TELS..2-T830
Y 2-1833
GANGAS! GANGAS!


Precios de ganga sin rival!

TRAJES de 3.50 W'ntt
ROPA INTERIOR BLUSAS
SHORTS SLACKS
SOMBREROS CORREAS
FALDAS MEDIAS
JOYERA DE FANTASIA
CASA GRANT
Ave. Tvoli No. 8 frente al Correo de Ancn.
3:l."> Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Notisciero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Dracula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacion RPA
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
Nacho Valdes
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
sentimental.
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
Dramatizacln R.P.A.
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
Flavio Garcia
acompaa Lucho Muoz
cortesa Floristera Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatizacln, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel.
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacln, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatiza ion cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora.
8:15 En Voz Baja
con Anlta VUlalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Eurouea
8:30 Hoy, Ral Aporte
y su Orquesta del Plata
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas.
Dramatizacln.
Cortesa de Casa Angellnl
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
con Soils y Gmez
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:00 Conjunto Los
Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Dramatizacln R.B.C.
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12\"0 Buenas noches
MAANA MARTES
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Das
6:03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:0i. Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del Dia
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo de' Vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
Marianela
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
E! Bazar "Panam" presenta diariamente
al Do Sols Gmez.
F.I DUO SOLIS GOMEZ, se presenta diariamente a travs de
los micrfonos de la Red Panamericana, a las 9:15 de la
noche, en un selecto y variado programa, que llega a ustedes
por cortesa del Basar Panam, de la Avenida Central.
P.M.
12:15 Noticiero "Sparton"
12:30 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias RPA
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
dramatizacln cortesa dt>
Kelvix
3:00 Momento romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Marianela
dramatizacln RPA
AVISO
Se avisa al pblico que la Oficina del Consulado
de Guatemala ha sido trasladado a Calle 49 Este
No. 5, Tel. 3-0743. Horas de Oficina de 10:00
a.m. a 1:00 p.m.

leche pura y sana
_ ,*'* '* proteccin de ni familia, n-
"|ita en KUM-procedente de vacan seleccionada,
elaborada bajo I mis enrielo control cientfico,
y envasada por un procedimiento especial, esta
leche le asegura ittmprt a lid. el mayor valor
nutritivo y la ms absoluta pureza.
2. KLIM
3. KLIM
4. KLIM
5. KLIM
6. KLIM
7. KLIM
8. KLIM
censerve tin refrlqeraclaa
ai i.mpr. da calidad uniform*
at azcalaafa para al alia tn
creciailaata
aumenta al valar nutritivo da
platai caelaadaa
. recomienda para la alimenta-
cin infantil
ai para y seguro ... aavaiada par
va procedimiento especial
est elaborada boje al mi ei-
tricto cantrol.
LECHE: KLIM
a IA PREFERIDA IN TODO EL MUNDO
EL MEJOR SISTEMA DE CLUB
t*
NO SE EQUIVOQUE: ANTES DE COMPRAR SU CLUB
VISTENOS COMPARE PRECIOS Y CALIDAD
APARADOR ...............B .2.00 VITRINA..................B .2.00
MESA COMEDOR ..........B.1.25 y SILLAS.................B .0.75
CAMAS DOBLES...........B .1.00
ESTANTES................B .2.25
PEINADORAS
CMODAS ................B .1.25 ESPEJO. 36 x 48 ..........B .2.50
"La Casa de los Vidrios
y loa Linleos."
AVE. CENTRAL No. 86
ElDiablq
a FACILIDADES DE PAGO
a SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Tel.: 2-2404
!


/AGINA SEW
11 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
;'
LUNES, JULIO , 1K1 1

NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etf
Que la ruta al Departamento de los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
-
Mnimo poi ,
12 palabras.
3t por cada
palabra adicional.
servicio LEWIS
Ave Tlvoll No i
Til. :-?2tl
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
l-arqur lie Letiepa
Panam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 de Jalla
Tel. :-944l
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Melnd lies
Tel. 255-Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle II Oeate Na. H.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "H" Na. 57 Panam
Ave. Central 12-I74tolo.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VINCIN:Cloroi. tubera 94****,
cara acanalado, Fi-T (cartn
iilodor para cieloj raieii mode-
rn, levomanei, axcuiodoi. ate. a
le precios m balea en ploio.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Vio lipe-
fta. Datando o uon Franco. Tel
8-503____________________________
SE VENCE:Perritos Cocker Spaniel
A. K, C. negros, 9 semanas, re-
gistrados Llomor Albrook 86-
2226.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos limpios
y cmodos en Calle la. Perejil No.
12. Informes er. la misma ooso,
cuarto No. I, atrs.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Buick Special De Luxe
1950, seis meses uso, 5.000 mi-
llas, muchas extras. Llame Fort
Gul.ck 88-220.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento con dos
recmaros, sala-comedor, garage,
etc., cosa 135, Vio Belisorio Porros.
' Llame Tel. 2-M56.
SE ALQUILAN:2 apartamentos en
colle 13 Oeste No. 26. Intormo-
cin Calle 12 Oeste No. 27.
SE VENDE:Aparato de aire ocon-
dicionodo "Philco", paro oficina,
3-4 HP., B.285.00, en perfectas
condiciones. Maquino de cine "Ko-
dak" 16 m.m., B.300.00, como
nuevo. Lova platos elctrico en
perfectas condiciones, $250. Ca-
lentador de aguo, 25 golones, ca-
li nuevo, B.75.00. Dirijose Casa
del .Pantaln, Avenida Central No.
87, Ponami.
SE NECESITA""
General
SE ALQUILA:Apartamentos cmo-
dos, ventilados, edificio moderno,
frente Ploia Santa Ana. Compa-
a F. ICAZA, Avenida B 79.
SE VENDE:Carro Plymouth coupe
41, B.250.00 cash. Buenas con-
dicionas. Valo Calle 47 No. 5, o
Home Tel. 3-3362.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
:t ALUUIL.\:Local pora oficina,
arriba del Teotro Central.
SE ALQUILA:Cmodo apartamento
; en Avenido Norte No 41. Pora in-
formes ocurre o Ingeniera Ama-
do, S. A. Ave. Mxico y Calla 27
I Este. Tel. 3-0050.
SE NECESITA:
Sereno con refe-
rencios, Mercado Modelo, Calle
29 Este y Avenida Justo Aroseme-
no.
SE NECESITA: AGINTE VENDE-
DOR pora el Club de la Joyeria
Hawaii Ave. Central 56.
SE NECESITA: Paro omericano.
Cuarto con servicio y entroda in-
dependiente, sin muebles. Llamar
Corozal 4287, 8 o. m. o 4 p. m.
SE NEESITA:Empleoremos inme-
diatamente tres pegadoros de cue-
lio de guoyobrros. si tienen ex-
periencia en fbrica. El Buen Ve-
cino. Aeropuerto No. 60. Tel. 3-
1363. ^^______
DESEAMOS motrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca d. labores de compo pa- i
ra cuidar cosa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendocin del
lugar donde trabaj antes. Ci. I
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbri-, tacln necesaria para que pue-
ca de Mosoicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8. da venir a nuestro pas como
-------------------------------- "" refugiado".
SE NECESITA:Secretoria compe- ,
tente, correspondencia inqls-es-'
paol y trabajo general de ofici-
na. Posicin permanente. Expe-
riencia indispensable. Escriba: Co- I
rresponsal. Apartado 494, con i
detallas.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE: Refrigeradora Servel.
Buenas condiciones. Calle 5a. No.
13, altos, Porque Lefevre.
Da asilo en Bogot
Embajada de Mxico
MEXICO, D.F. Julio 9 (UPI
-El Gobierno de Mxico apro-
b la accin de su Embajada
en Bogot al conceder asilo al
Senador colombiano Julio Ortiz
Mrquez, quien alega ser perse-
guido po razones polticas.
El Ministerio de Relaciones
exteriores dijo que Ortlz Mr-
quez "se encuentra en completa
seguridad". El Ministerio tam-
bin dijo que si el Senador de-
sea salir de Colombia, "Mxico
solicitar que se le expida pa-
saporte y se le d la documen-
LOCAL COMERCIAL: Edificio
moderno frente Plazo Sonto Ana.
Compaio I". ICAZA, Avenido B
79.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo
B.6.00 por semono. poro hombre.
Avenido Lefevre, Parque Lefevre,
No. 32.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: Persona que sepo
cocinor, no tiene que dormir en
el empleo. Informes en Avenido
Manuel Icozo No. 26. Compo Ale-
gre.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. 01 LEFEVRE Tel. 2-1332
VENDE LOTES
Pago inicial mnimo B. 100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
o Lotes con CoHes y Acuwductot da
la Ciudad desde B I 00 al muro
o Atraillamos equipo pesado poia
movimiento de tierra.
o Alquilarnos lotes o lorgos plazos.
o Club da Iotas. B.3.00 y B.4 00
semana las
MNDEZ
Y ZUBIETA tiene poro ta
venta Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE: Chalet an colle 10,
Nuevo Cristbal. Informes Fran-
cisco Fragomenl. Tel. 1145-L,
Coln.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE VENDE:Lote lindo. elevado y
plano, de 1,100 M2 en Calla 10o,
Paiti*lo, a pocos posos de ta Ca-
He 50. Acuda a Caso Fastlich, Cen- ,
tral 161.
SE NECESITA: Empleada. Dormir
en el empleo, b. 10.00 mensuales.
Depto. I 3 o Ave. A 96.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
referencias. Buen sueldo, calle 41
No. 19.
Por reproducir un
artculo contra
Evita lo apresan
LIMA, Per Julio 0 (UP)El
Diputado Lenidas Rivera,
Algunas veces
Presidente, los "capitalistas in- | quien fu encarcelado despus
temaclonales" estn estrecnn- que su revista "Buen Humor"
mente vinculados. i reprodujo un artculo contra la
. .,| seora Evita Pern, fu puesto
"Algunas veces yo le piso ei en llberlad ayer Los funciona-
pie a un capitalista aqu, y 01,10
grita en Londres. Tomemos el
cuso de "La Prensa" como ejem-
plo le pisamos el pie a su pro-
pietario Ezequlel Paz aqu y C-
Uos gritaron en todos los pa;ts
del mundo.
"Eso prueba que estn orga-
nizados, y que se defienden ios
unos a los otros. Los obreros :r
todas partes son dbiles ante la
potencia y podero de los capi-
talistas internacionales".
Los nombramientos
te.
ros de la Corte dijeron que
los cargos contra l probable-
mente sean retirados.
Rivera fu acusado de "cr-
menes contra el Estado y la de-
fensa nacional" cuando la re-
vista que l publica reprodujo
un articulo de la revista "Life'*
sobre Evita.
El Procurador, Julio Villegas,
orden la libertad del periodis-
ta-legislador, y dijo que los
cargos probablemente sean re-
tirados.
Villegas llam la atencin al
hecho de que el nmero de
Rafael Mezquita, topgrafo i "Life" que contena el articulo
en reemplazo del seor Jorge; original estuvo circulando il-
Nlcolau, cuyo nombramiento se I bremente en Per durante al-
declara Insubsistente. I gunos meses antes de que su
Ferdin H. Jimnez, Inspector | reproduccin apareciera en
de Baos Garrapaticldas en "Buen Humor."
reemplazo del seor Mario;______________________________
guila, cuyo nombramiento se
declara Insubsistente.
Nmbrase el siguiente perso-
nal en la Divisin de Mecnica
y Transporte:
8r. Alfredo Arango, Mecnico
Jefe en reemplazo del seor
Carlos M. Icaza cuyo nombra-
miento se declara insubsistente.
Nmbrase al seor Gustavo
A. Guillen. Inspector de Baos
Garrapaticldas en reemplazo
del seor Rafael Isaza, cuyo
nombramiento se declara In-
subsistente.
SE NECESITA:Uno empleado paro
oyudor en la cocina. Calle 51 ca-
sa 44, otras Baturro.
SE NECESITA:Cocinero competen-
te, con referencias, para dormir en
cosa. Avenida Mxico No. 1 I.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera. De-
be troer referencios. SI no cono-
ce su oficio no se presente. Buen
sueldo, Ave. Per 75, olios.
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepa
cocinar bien y hacer oficios do-
msticos. Colle 52 final con colle
Ricardo Arias No. 22, Compo Ale-
gre.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ser-
vicio de coso, que sepo cocinor y
que tenga referencias. Familia de
dos personas. Muy buen sueldo.
Dirijose Ave. Cubo 58. Apto. 6.
Se ha solicitado
guro sin estar amparada por la
patente de rigor".
En el memorial aludido, los
apoderados de la Presidente de
la "American Protection" sos-
tienen que la resolucin adole-
ce de varios errores entre ellos
el de que el fallo del Tribunal
de lo Contencioso en el caso de
la Cooperativa "El guila Im-
perial" no determina la conclu-
sin a que ha llegado el Di-
rector de Comercio y Turismo.
La resolucin a que hacemos
referencia, se basaba en un de-
nuncio presentado por el seor
Louls Martinz contra la "Ame-
rican Protection" por estar
ejerciendo actividades de Segu-
ro sin haber llenado los requi-
sitos que exige la ley.
PROCURE INVERTIR SU DINERO
SIN DEMORA EN:
Cosos de Aportamentos. Chalets, en
los diferentes sectores de la ciudod y
sus afueras. Lotes en El Cangrejo, Al-
tos del Golf, El Coco y Las Cumbres,
a precios de actualidad. Infrmese,
Roberto Mira. 2-1215
2 de Enera Na. 1._________
Agencias Thomas "Sanea Raicea
Avenida Central Na. 259. aportado
3404. Tal. 1-1069
LAS GANGAS DE HOY
Chalet de tres racimaras grandes, sa-
la, comedor, cocina, porch ade-
larte y otri garage. 659 metros.;
Primer pogo B.4,000. Saldo con j
Cojo de Seguro Social. En Paitilla '
arriba.
Coso de concreto en entrada de Tea-
tro Edn, toda de concreto sobre pi-
lastras. Dos recmaros. 600 me-
tros. B. 10.500.00. Tiene hipote-
ca de B.2,000.00.
Casa mamposterio, 3 pisos, 4 apar- j
tomentos, en lo Avenida B. Por
B. I 6,000.00.
Chalet en Colle 39 Este. Por B. 22,-
000. Hipoteco de Si.6,000.00.
Lofes en Rio Abojo y Son Francisco.
Baratos.
Se vende casa en Rio Abojo. Pogo
inicial. B.2,500.00. Valor, $5,500.
Chalet grande de tres recamaras, solo,
comedor espociosioso, 2 servicie
sanitarios completos, garage, terro-
za de hobby en borrio exclusivo,
valor B. 13,000.00. Pago inicial B.
B.5,000.00, el soldo o 20 aos
plazo.
Cholet de una recmara, solo come-
dor, servicios, garage, amplio te-
rreno, en Avenida 5a. San Fran-
cisco 635 mts. Valor B.6,500.00.
Pago inicial, B.2,100.00, saldo en
hipoteco.
Chalet de dos recamaros, sola, co-
medor, cocino, garage, en esquina
Avenido 5o. Son Francisco. Valor
B. 10,000.00, pogo inicial 8.4.000.
00.
Se presta dinero.
Se compran cuentas del Banco Fidu-
ciario.
Prstamos hiipotecarios.
Seguros de todos closes.
Se venden acciones de lo Cervecera.
Aaenciet Thamat Sienes Raicee
Avenida Central Na. 259. aportada
3404. Tal. 3-1069
Acaban de Llegar
Para Entrega Inmediata
UN CARRO
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
UN CARRO
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
UN CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
UN PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619

Por aos y aos la
PINTURA SHERWIN
WILLIAMS
ha sido conocida por su
'tta calidad y su mdico
precio.
Gran variedad de colores.
Servicio esmerado.
A.e. Noria 83 Ttl 2-0610
Calel Martin Sosa No 3
Tel 3-1424.
LA GRAN SASTRERA
"EL CORTE INGLES"
prsenla esla noche a las 8:30.P.M.
a RAUL LAP0RTE
y ORQUESTA ARGENTINA,
MELODAS DEL PLATA
EN LA RED PANAMERICANA...!
1090 KILOCICLOS,
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet para vaca
ciones en El Volcin. gas para co-
cinor, chimenea francesa, ocomo-
da 6' se alquila por semana, mas
o ms Cristbal, 3-2324 de 4:30
6:30 p. m.
MISCELNEA
Los cotres usados, no se botan, se
forran nuevamente. Avenida B 13.
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til el la tiene
a mano en ra casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos.
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Avenida. Central 271
Tel. 3-0140
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln
Ricardo A. Mir,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
Nos ayudaremos
estallar.
AUTONOMA UNIVERSITARIA
"La Universidad de Guate-
mala haba evolucionado, pero'
durante su desarrollo las con-
quistas alcanzadas no se hirie-
ron eon la serenidad que con-
vena. La autonoma lograda
bajo mi gobierno fue consecuen-
cia de la revolucin".
PROBLEMAS AGRARIOS
"El Gobierno del( Coronel Ar-
: benz ha tenido el talento de
: filar eecno meta de sus seis
I aos de gobierno, el tema a-
, grirola, para llevar al pas al
I puesta que ie corresponde. Un
I tercio de la poblacin de Gua-
i tmala carece de. ocupacin y
{los dos tercios de su territorio
estn en manos de empresas
extranjeras. No son precisamen-
te latifundios, porque alli se
trabaja, pero esas empresas no
dejan al pas los beneficios que
le deben corresponder".
"To encontr a Guatemala o-
blifada con lo Estados Unidos
por compromisos, por los cuales
gran parte de la cultura gua-
temalteca quedaba en manos
extranjeras Este problema pu-
dimos controlarlo en parte por
la penetracin cultural guate-
malteca, sobre todo en los me-
dios rurales. En una visita que
hice al interior me encontr
con una biblioteca en ingls.
En Guatemala hay indios ame-
ricanos autnticos, que sola-
mente hablan nuestro idioma.
Vi en esto nn sntoma claro
de la penetracin de un idio-
ma en nuestro pas, que serva
para medios internacionales".
"En las reas rurales contamos
con una escuela minima, rural,
a base de resultados obtenidos
en Espaa y Mxico, pero tra-
bajando con la realidad guate-
malteca. Para nosotros una mi-
sin rural de Mxico y Espaa,
es nicamente alfabetizado. A
la nuestra se les agreg medi-
cinas, semillas, nociones cvicas.
Kst compuesta por un maestro,
un perito agrcola, un estudian-
te de medicina del ltimo ao
y un oficial del Ejrcito.
EL EDUCADOR EL SOLDADO
"El Ejrcito dijo Arvalo
' es una institucin muy serla
en Guatemala. Hay en Guate-
mala zonas fronterizas ocupa-
das por gentes sin nacionalidad
ni ley. La misin del soldado es
llevar junto con el educador la
bandera de la patria para res-
catar estas regiones".
SE CONSPIRO DESDE AFUERA
Al abordarle un periodista lo-
cal, el tema de las revoluciones,
Arvalo manifest: "Puedo a-
firmar que de las 32 conspira-
ciones dos fueron guatemalte-
cas y las otras treinta inspi-
radas desde afuera. Financia-
das desde afuera y con armas
de pases que no tienen fron-
tera con Guatemala. Cuando las
armas son transportadas en
barcos y protegidas por elemen-
tos suficientes y cuando el di-
nero llega en valijas de diplo-
mticos de un gran pas y que
al llegar a su destino al poco
tiempo quedan vacias, se pue-
de afirmar eso".
PAS "SANDWICHE"
"Guatemala era un "sand-
Los comunistas opinan q' las
negociaciones no significan
"solucin completa" en Corea

TOKIO, julio 9. (UP). La
rilo de Pekn transmiti un
editorial del "Diarlo Popular',
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESI'ROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1 Eala No. 4 Tel. 2-2toe
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
generales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #22
Tel 3-1713
TAXI
RADIO
_ O MAS PUEDEN'VIAJAR j
2 TAN BARATO COMO /
24 Horas Tel.
de Servicio Pan.
3-3344
No necesita ser calvo, la calda del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui- i
nar se vende en todos las buenas
farmacias.
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por al
trimestre vencido el 30 de Junio
de 1951 deba ser pogada del pri-
mero al 17 de Julio de 1951.*.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
DUEOS DE LOTES:Estin ol ven-
cer el ploio dodo por lo Alcal-
da paro limpior su lote. No pa-
gue multo, nosotros se lo limpia-
mos por mdico precio. Servicios
da Jardinera, S. A. Tel. 2-1310.
Los farmacuticos
Solis Palma, a fin de conocer
las razones que le Indujeron a
hacer las destituciones de los
farmacuticos y exponerle los
puntos de vista de la Asocia-
cin.
En cuanto al nombramien-
to de la nueva directiva, la
sala se pronunci en el sen-
tido de que se dejara la actual
hasta diciembre, fecha en que
de acuerdo con Jos estatutos
debe realizarse la eleccin. La
actual directiva tiene ao y me-
dio de estar eefando y el pe-
I riodo es de un ao
BATERAS
"Evercady"
CLAVOS
Galvanizados para zinc
PICOS
y ZAPAPICOS
"Collin*"
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
PERSIANAS PORRAS
*>
a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
a TELONES PLSTICOS
"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3097 Panam
Saln De Belleza Lola
Expertas Operarlas
Precios Razonables
Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
SE NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Ave. Cen-
tral 39 de S a a.m. sola-
mente.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 y 2' x
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-150.3
wiche".' El Gobierno tenia que
consultar sus resoluciones fun-
damentales fuera de Guatemala
y dentro con los representan-
tes de esas naciones y ese con-
cepto de gobierno significaba la
disminucin de la Repblica.
I,* revolucin de octubre sig-
nific el desalojo violento de la
practica de esas consultas".
"LA CONFEDERACIN"
"No se puede decir qae sea
utpica la idea de reunir a
Centro Amrica en una Confe-
deracin, pues su realizacin de-
pende de un juego de circuns-
tancias: Cuatro gobernantes re-
sueltos. Claro que a los Presl-
sidentes no les halaga la idea
de la federacin por la vani-
dad personal de ser Presiden-
tes de Repblica en ves de je-
fes de Estado. Si Panam his-
tricamente es la primera parte
de Centro Amrica, geogrfi-
ca y politicamente es el Centro.
ARVALO Y EL FRENTE
"Para mi es un honor quo
me vinculen a una agrupacin
panamea. La verdad es que
nosotros hemos tenido un gran
inters en seguir de cerca el
movimiento civilista panameo.
La revolucin guatemalteca es
americanista. En cuanto a ayu-
da material de Guatemala, este
es un argumento de adversarlos.
Guatemala es un pas pobre y
no puede financiar campaas
polticas y el Presidente Ar-
valo tampoco tiene ese dinero .
Bordeando la esquina y supo-
niendo que hubiera alguna rea-
lidad en sn auxilio econmico,
seria probable que nos auxilie-
mos teniendo dinero, ya que
los adversarios siempre han
usado el dinero como Instru-
mentos de accin y el da que
tengamos dinero nos apoya-
remos con dinero, y con armas
tambin cuando las tensamos .
GUATEMALA Y COREA
"Guatemala ha manifestado
que no mandar tronas a pe-
lear fuera de su territorio por-
que la economa necesita bra-
zos. Guatemala es solidaria pa-
ra el Continente Americano. Los
Estados Unidos es un pas de-
mocrtico aunque su poltica
est representada por funciona-
rios de carne y hueso que no
estn en la lnea para repre-
sentar a la ms grande demo-
cracia. SI un pas, cualquiera
de los nuestros, se re atacado
en su territorio por otra poten-
cia, todos nos uniremos y pelea-
remos. Esto es el Pacto de Rio
de Janeiro".
UNA SOSPECHA
"Todoe sabemos que la hu-
manidad est hecha de guerras
y ruando la guerra es neutral
todos peleamos, pero cuando
las guerras son ficticias y se
mantienen c a p r 1 c hosamente,
entonces no se pelea. Yo sos-
pecho que la situacin de la
guerra actual es una tctica
entre el Japn y Rusia donde
existen intereses enormes de
estos dos pases en Corea y *
nosotros en Amrica eso no nos
parece Importante porque no
entendemos por qu se ha de
ir a otra guerra".
ARVALO Y EL COMUNISMO
En 1937 crea que el comu-
nismo era un peligro para el
mundo. Y los Estados Unidos
y Rusia se abrazaron como
hermanos y protegan el co-
1 munismo y en 1940 nos obli-
garon a gritar viva Rusia, por
qu vamos tres aos despus a
no gritar tambin viva Rusia.
Por qu en 1940 reconocimos
que era buena la doctrina y
ahora debemos pensar que la
doctrina es mala, lo cual quiere
decir que para que el comunis-
mo sea un peligro depende de
factores polticos de Estados U-
nidos. Mi opinin al respecto
est expuesta por escrito y ex-
plicaba all que conozco la doc-
trina comunista porque a ttulo
de Intelectual la he estudiado
y comprendo que el comunismo
es una utopa que no tiene pe-
ligro alguno. Lo que tiene pe-
ligro es Rusia como potencia
militar, de modo que lo que
hay que combatir es el impe-
rio militar ruso. Eso de confun-
dir el Imnerio militar ruso con
el comunismo es lo mismo que
confundir el azcar con el ce-
mento. ,. ..
Los Estados Unidos estn lle-
nos de comunistas y en el De-
partamento de Estado hay in-
dividuos que son comunistas,
al decir de ellos, el comunismo
como idea no es peligro porque
las ideas son generosas, el pe-
ligro est en el militarismo de
Rusia y en el imperialismo, ya
sea en Amrica, Asia o Europa.
La radio comunista
expresa "profunda
simpata" por Irn
HONO KONG. Julio 9 La radio comunista de Pekn
expreso "profunda simpata'
por el pueblo de Irn en su lu-
cha por la nacionalizacin de
las Industrias petroleras d-.l
pas.
La radio de Pekn cit un tr-
ticulo aparecido en el rgano o-
ficial del Partido Comunista
Diarlo del Pueblo" en el cual
st acusaba a Estados Unidos de
estar tratando secretamente de
obtener el control de los cam-
pos petroleros por medio de su
ostensible ayuda a los brit-
nicos.
El articulo deca que tatito
Cran Bretaa como Etadoj U
nidos fracasarn en Irn
portavoz oficial de los comunj.-
tRS chinos, en que dice que aun
cuando se efecten las negocia-
ciones para un alto de fuego,
io no significa "una solucin
completa" de los problemas d
Corea, Formosa, el tratado de
paz con Japn y otros, y que> '
por tanto la China Comunista
debe continuar reforzando su
defensa porque seguramente l;s
"Imperialistas agresores conti-
nuarn dominando el sur ce
Corea y Japn y ofreciendo i m
amenaza a la pacifica Repbli-
ca Popular China".
"Dadas stas circunstancias,
el pueblo chino'debe ms qMS
nunca, robustecer su campaa
Ce donativos, armas, aumentar
sus preparativos y la produc-
cin y evitar el espionaje, jlo
hacindolo asi y reforzando
nuestra defensa y podero mili-
tar podremos recuperar Formosa,
evitar una invasin de los Im-
perialistas y restablecer y man-
tener a paz en el Extremo O-
rlente". /
visita a Panam el
Juez Jusiin Miller
El Juez Justin Miller, Prc> .
dente de la Junta de la Asocia-
cin Nacional de Difusores e
Radio y Televisin de los Ed- |
os Unidos, y miembro de U i
Comisin Consultiva de Infor
marin de los Estados Unidos,
lleg anoche a Panam pra
hacer una visita de dos das al
Istmo. Lo acompaa el seof
Forney A. Rankln, Funcionarlo:
de Relaciones Pblicas de la
Embajada de km Estados Unaos ,
en Ciudad de Mxico.
El Jue MUTer real! una Jl- )
ra de estudio en relacin con el!
Programa de Intercambio en,
materia de Educacin e Infor-1
marin por diversos pases 18-1
tinoamericanos. Espera salir ha-
cia Bogot el mircoles en 1*
maana.
Llega especialista
de salud pblica
El Dr. Reginald M Atwaler,
Secretarlo Ejecutivo de la Ap-
elacin Americana de Salud P-
blica, lleg a Panam ayer, ea
viaje hacia Lima, Per. Hace)
este viaje en misin de estudio.
cu uso de facilidades que le han
sido concedidas por el Gobierno
de los Estados Unidos, para vi-
sitar los departamentos y escue-
las de salud pblica en varios
pases latinoamericanos.
Durante su permanencia ctt.
el Istmo, el doctor Atwater con-
lerenclar con los funcionario!,
de Salud Pblica tanto de Pa-
nam como de la Zona cltl
Canal.
IsVJ
como ha sucedido en Corea poi-
que todos los asiticos, espa--r.il- ~,
mente los musulmanes, apjan;de que su ceno haba causado
decididamente a Irn"-______| tanta ansiedad-
Unos pilanos fritos
producen alarma en
la Zona del Canal
Ya era casi hora de salida en
el cuartel del Primer Escuadro.
de Rescate en Albrook Field el
viernes en la tarde- Los emplea-
dos miraban al reloj esperando
la hora ansiada para pasar ua
fin de semana agradable.
De repente son la alai ma.
Un piloto de un avin C-47 ha-
ba avistado un pequeo but
\slero en la Babia de Panan.a,
-;:i las afueras de Kobbe. en .ia
n.as. El humo negro del peyce
no bote se elevaba al cielo. In-
mediatamente el personal 1
escate se prepar. La lnicl
provocada por la hora de sa-
iida ces.
En cuestin de minutos un a-
v:n B-17 y un helicptero *-
licron al rescate. A los pu^n
minutos se divis el humo del
bote en desgracia. El B-17 je
cilbl varios circuios por sodiaf
el bote, mientras que el avt*r
C-47 continuaba enviando -
nales sobre el bote y su tripu-
lacin.
El helicptero comenz a des-
cender para rescatar a las vic-
timas, cuando se pudo divlsai a
cinco pescadores que con tona
la calma frean pltanos en dos
sartenes sobre un fogn de ce-
mento, causa del presagiante
iiumo negro.
Los pescadores agitaron us
brazos, dndole un sonriente
hola" a los pilotos del helicp-
tero, sin tener la menor iae


ssi
-p
LUNES. JULIO , 1951
KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Finaliza Esta Noche La Primera Etapa Del Tropicana Se
Campeonato Masculino Del Basketball Mayor J~
Mauricio vs. Bam y
Chester C. Vieja
los juegos de hoy
o O o
Por BETO TEJADA
El Campeonato Provincial de
\ts Basketball Masculino de Prime-
ra divisin de la Liga de Pana-
m finaliza esta noche en el
gimnasio nacional su primera
vuelta, con dos Importantes
encuentros.
Los juegos sealados para ce-
lebrarse hoy son:
Mauricio ts Bam
7.00 p.m.
Estos dos equipos se encuen-
tran empatados en el segundo
lugar (6-5) del torneo y se dis-
putan la mayor opcin al titu-
lo de Sur. Ompen, que por lo
pronto mantiene el Lord ches-
terfield en virtud de haber ga-
nado la primera vuelta. Un
juego sumamente reido se es-
pera entre estos dos conjuntos,
que renen lneas balanceadas.
Roy Naylor y Felipe Perdomo
sern los arbitros de este jue-
go.
Chesterfield vs Carta Vieja
8.15 p.m.
Este segundo juego servir
para cierro a la primera etapa
del torneo, donde el Carta Vie-
ja buscar la manera de me-
jorar su puntuacin, mientras
que los muchachos del Lord
Chesterfield, que en esta vuelta
se ha convertido en conjun-
to practicunente "insuperable",
tratar de aumentar su mar-
gen da victorias. Los clgarrllle-
ros" vencieron el sbado al
Bam sin dificultad alguna y se
preparan para hacer algo simi-
lar con sus contrarios de esta
lecha. Germn Roa y Plndi
Perdomo sern los arbitros, los
hermanos Morales los anotado-
res, Rivera y Alzpuru los cro-
nometristas, Mel Camao y
Zeballos Inspectores de puertas.
La Compaa No. 5 Gan El
Campeonato De Soft Bomberil
El equipo de la Compaa No. 5 se anex el Campeonato de
la Liga Interna de Softball del Cuerpo de Bomberos al imponer-
so ayer a la Compaa No. 3 por anotacin de 7 carreras a 3.
Una gran concurrencia vio al lanzador Julio Vicente Ara
conquistar este triunfo resonante. Williams fn el lansador per-
dedor.
De esta manera se hbo acreedora la Compaa No, 5 a un
bello trofeo que le ser entregado ep una ceremonia especial
cuya fecha daremos a conocer oportunamente.
Las competencias de levantamiento en
los Juegos Panamericanos de Argentina
Los Medias Blancas Ganaron y
Los Yanquis Perdieron Otra Vez
BOLICHE
Por CHIRCA
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Yanquis de Nueva York
perdieron otra vez contra Io
Medias Rojas de Boston en esta
ocasin por 8 carreras a 3
mientras que los Medias Blan-
cas de Boston lograban derro-
tar a los. Carmelitas de 5 ca-
rreras a 4.
En los otros juegos de la Liga
Americana los Indios de Cleve-
land derrotaron dos veces a los
Tigres de Detroit por 8 carre-
ras a 3 y 10 a 2. Los Senadores
de Washington vencieron a los
Atlticos de Fi'.adelfia dos ve-
ces por 3 a 1 y 8 a 2.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers siguieron su ra-
.'ha de victoria al derrotar a
los Filis por 8 carreras a 4 en
diez episodios, mientras qu-;
los Bravos de Boston vencan
en diez episodios tambin a los
Gigantes por 8 'carreras a 6.
Los Piratas vencieron a los
Cardenales de San Luis por 8
carreras a 2 en el primer juego,
pero en el segundo los Carde-
nales lograron desquitarse por
anotacin de 9 carreras a 8. El
Juego entre el Cinclnatti y el
Chicago fu pospuesto por llu-
via.
El Granillo ser un difcil escollo para
los propsitos de la novena Azteca maana
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santa Bita
Circuito Mayor
G. P. FU
Dep. Azteca ......... I 1.W0
Dragones ............ t 1 .150
Granillo ..........1 1 .500
He Patritico .....0 3' .000
Damos comienzo a esta co-
lumna relacionada con el Boli-
che, deporte que dia a dia va
tomando mayor inters entre
el pblico panameo, y que por
la falta de lugares donde prac-
ticar este deporte nos vemos
en la necesidad de recurrir a
nuestros vecinas de la Zona del
Canal. Daremos a conocer por
medio de esta columna, que
aparecer los lunes y viernes,
todas las actividades que se
desarrollen con relacin al bo-
liche nacional, lo mismo que
cualquier otro dato de inters
del exterior.
Se est organizando la socie-
dad "Boliche, S. A." para fo-
mentar dicho deporte y segn
datos obtenidos, dentro de un
par de meses Inaugurar su lo-
cal ocho (8) canchas bien a-
condlcionadas.
Se estn dando los pasos pa-
ra la organizacin del prximo
torneo auspiciado por "Jant-
zen", y para tal efecto se lle-
var a cabo une reunin ma-
ana martes 10 del presente a
las 8 de la noche en la resi-
dencia del 8r. Enrique Burrell,
situada en los altos del Taller
Damin, Via Espaa final. En
vista del Inters que hay por
este deporte se espera que asis-
ta un gran nmero de repre-
sentantes de equipos deseosos
de inscribirse.
Los Campeones del Azteca
reaparecen maana martes a
las 4.00 p.m. en el Estadio
Olimpico frente al Granillo, en
la continuacin del Circuito
Mayor de Baseball de la Liga
Santa Rita.
Los Indios que marchan en
el primer lugar de la Liga gra-
cias a la labor que estn de-
sempeando los Hallman, Pin-
zn, Vallarino, Sllcott, Mendo-
za, Urrlola con el bate y Woo-
druff en los jardines, confian
en conservar el comando in-
flglendo otra derrota a los
granllleros que marchan en se-
gundo lugar, y quienes trata-
rn de emparejar la balanza
venciendo a loa Indios.
El Azteca que se ha reforza-
do convenientemente con la
adquisicin de los peloteros
chorreranos D. Salinas, I. Ce-
lestino, E. Rodriguez y F. Ure-
a, constituye una maquinarla
Magnfico result
el homenaje al Dr.
Carlos R. Morales
Animado y satisfactorio re-
sult el merecido homenaje
que la Asociacin Nacional de
Luchadores tribut el sbado
pasado al gran deportista y
uno de los ms decididos pro-
pulsores de la Luoha, Dr. Car-
los Ral Morales.
El programa elaborado se de-
sarroll en forma total y de
acuerdo al plan establecido por
los organizadores.
A este significativo homena-
je, asistieron distinguidas per-
sonalidades y destacados depor-
tistas, como el seor Ministro
de Educacin, Profesor Ricardo
Bermdez y seora; el Lie. Ma-
nuel Roy, Director del Depar-
tamento de Educacin Fsica;
el Dr. C. R. Morales, Pascual
Dltranl, Leopoldo de Len, An-
gel Famlglletti, Roy Richards,
Luis Friedman, Gerardo Jime-
nez, varios redactores y locuto-
res deportivos, simpticas da-
mltas y numerosos deportistas.
Muy alentadoras resultaron
las palabras que pronunci el
seor Ministro lo mismo que
las frases del Lie. Roy. El Dr.
C R. Morales recibi un trofeo
en reconocimiento a su prove-
chosa labor en favor de la lu-
cha; tambin recibieron meda-
llas, donadas por los deportls-
rosadura. P.r..*^J*fd P,MC"a' V
dolor a Inflamacin Je loa plaa. Na 'TanclSCO Dltranl, los luchado-
har ramedio mejor para la picaia res Friedman y Jimnez y los
"""- I Levantadores de Peso. De Len
Famlg!lett; y Richards.
Donde hay
picazn
la hace desaparecer
En al Instant* qua aa aplica al
ungento Kosene an la pial Irritada
Inflamada por la mortificante eese.
roa. ati podar sanativo produce alivio
consolador. Es ma. despus At
pocas aplicaciones la picazn desa-
parece y la piel quada limpia da
erupciones y asperesa. Ka al rama*
dio muy eficaz qua loa farmacAtitl-
coa aa complacan en recomendar.
Cmprese un frasco y lnsaee
alempre a mano. Ka excelente para
quemaduras, escaldaduras, contualo-
potente con miras a adjudi-
carse el cetro de la Liga por
segunda vez
El Granillo desde luego, re-
currir a su mejor escuadra y
colocar en el cetro del morri-
llo a D. Montllla, lanzador de
bola rpida y consistente; por
el Azteca es probable que inicie
los lanzamientos E. Rodrguez,
quien fuera en un tiempo pilar
cntrico de los Indio.,.
Por la calidad de los equipos
y la rivalidad existente entre
ambas novenas se espera que el
juego resulte emocionante.
Los Dragones dieron
fin al invicto del Dep.
E1 e t a en Baseball
En la jornada doble sabatina
del Baseball Menor de la Liga
de Santa Rita en el cuadro de
Barraza, en partido que dedi-
caron los Jugadores del Dep.
Dragones al arbitro Domingo
Hernndez, lograron blanquear
a los del Carlos Eleta por ano-
tacin de 5 a 0, con magnifica
actuado-, del lanzador "Cheli-
no" Gordon, perdiendo adems
el Eleta su invicto.
R. Brewster y J. Wllk lanza-
ron por el Eleta pero sin con-
secuencia alguna.
En el otro encuentro los pe-
loteros del Aracely lograron en
final emocionante una victoria
sobre los representantes de La
Barriada por 3 a 3. L. Carvajal
lanz los 7 episodios del Ara-
cely para acreditarse la victo-
ria.
Esta tarde se miden en el
Estadio Olmpico los equipos
Scarlets j Granate.
(Continuacin)
La tercera y ltima noche de
competencias, con la presencia
del Excelentsimo 8r. Presiden-
te de la Nacin, General del
Ejrcito Don Juan Pern y su
Sra. Eva de Pern, atrajo una
gran concurrencia al Teatro
Casino.
Dos campeones mundiales
Stanley staneyk de la catego-
ra medio pesada y John Davis
de la pesada, ambos norte-ame-
ricanos, hicieron derroche de
supremaca en fuerza. Staneyk
en el campeonato mundial cels-
brado en Paris el ao psalo
se coron campen en un sen-
sacional combate con Verobiev
de Rusia, donde ni el ltimo
levantamiento decidi la victo-
ria sino el peso personal de los
atletas, resultando Staneyk el
vencedor al pesar menos. Stan-
eyk en estas competencias de
Buenos Aires no obstante en-
contrarse fuere de forma logr
alzar a pulso (press) 210 lbs. en
arranque i snatch) 281 lbs y en
limpio y envin (clen ti Jerk)
342 lbs, total 893 lbs. para con-
quistar el primer puesto. En
segundo lugar de esta compe-
tencia clasific Osvaldo Forte
de Argentina con 242 lbs a pul-
so (press), 274 lbs arranque
(snatch) y 338 lbs. en envin
(C 8c J para un total de 842
lbs. Osvaldo Forte la revelacin
Argentina en levantamiento de
Pesas, ha registrado un exce-
lente (macanudo) progreso des
de su presentacin en los cam-
peonatos mundiales celebrados
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Aliamora
Dos ejemplares murieron el
sbado en nuestro hipdromo,
el nacional Repentino, que ve-
nia sufriendo una fuerte ant-
mla, y el caballo "Tltn" que
tuvo que ser sacrificado por te-
ner completamente safada la
paleta derecha.
En la 10a. carrera del dia de
ayer se cayeron los jinetes B.
Camben (Diosa) y R. Vsquez
(Stngapur) R. Vasquez tuvo que
ser llevado a la Clnica de San
Fernando con posible fractura
de la clavcula derecha, Cam-
bell recibi pequeas magulla-
duras.
Un caso raro sucedi ayer en
la primera carrera cuando e
ejemplar nacional Juan Huln-
cho montado por J. Cadogen,
tuvo que ser descalificado al
carsele el mandil de plomo.
Con Gran Pompa
Se Inaugur El
Volibol Colegial
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Femenina
Equipos G. Pj.
Profesional ............ 1
Uceo de Srt* .......... I
I. Nacional............. 1
I. P. A................... 1
Masculina
Profesional ............ 1
A. y Oficial ...........1 I
I. P. A.................... 1
I Nacional ............ i 1
"Cuto" Jaramlllo quien su-
fri serlo accidente de carre-
ras, sali en estos das del Hos-
pital Panam.
El sbado en la quinta ca-
rrera fu arrollado por el caba-
llo Mimo, un joven que estaba
viendo las carreras dentro de
la pista, tuvo que ser conducido
con urgencia al hospital...
Asi quedaron las carreras en-
tre los jinetes con las reuniones
del mircoles, sbado y domin-
go: A. Mena 5 para ser el m-
ximo ganador; B. Pulido, V.
Castillo con tres; B. Moreno,
K .Flotes, F. Rose, R. Gmez,
O. Chants, (2); R. Vsquez, A.
Soto. J. Cadogen, B. Aguirre,
C. Ruiz, P. Ordez, G. Graell
y V. Rodrguez una cada uno.
Vicente Ortega quien est en
la Clnica de San Fernando, va
que el 4 de Julio sufri acci-
dente con el caballo Main
Road, esta fuera de peligro.
LA RED PANAMERICANA SE ANOTA
UN GRAN TRIUNEO!
El Viernes pasado al empezar a radiarse la historia del diario de
una mujer que fu hallado en los estudios de la Red Panamerica-
na, y que Samuel CaMevilla. llev al radio silenciando el verda-
dero nombre de la protagonista, una seora desconocida, de ele-
gante apariencia, irrumpi en los estudios, protestando de la ra-
diacin de dicho programa. La seora, despus de mltiples aten-
ciones fu llevada a la gerencia de la Emisora v ha consentido que
(aldevilla lleve a la radio la Interesante historia de su vida, por
creerlo de un gran inters humano. V los oyentes de la RED
PANAMERICANA, podrn escucharlo a partir de esta noche a las
8:M en punto. Interpretado por ANITA VTLLALAE. v por cor-
tesa de los Almacenes de Callado LA AURORA.
Con gran pompa se inaugur
el campeonato colegial de vo-
lleyball el dia sbado en el
Gimnasio Nacional.
Lograron adjudicarse sus pri-
meros triunfos los equipos de 'a
Liga Femenina Profesional y
Liceo de Seoritas y en el
circulo masculino los equipos
de la Profesional y Artes y Ofi-
cios.
En la femenina la profesio-
nal se Impuso al IJ>.A. por ano-
tacin de 15 a 3 y 15 a 2; ei
Liceo de Seoritas gan en el
otro partido al Instituto Nacio-
nal. Loa aguiluchos ganaron
el principal set por 13 a l, pe-
ro perdieron los otros dos por
15 a 7 y 15 a 13.
En los otros partidos el equi-
po de la Profesional se impuso
al Instituto Nacional. Los Ins-
titutores ganaron el primero
por 15 a 11, pero loa Drof -'.> I
nallstas ganaron el segundo y
tercer set por anotaciones ut
15 a 8 y 15 a 8 respectivamen-
te.
El Artes y Oficios #fM al
IP.A. por 15 a i y 15 t.
Maana sigue cate . .ieo
entre loa equipos del I.P.A. y eLL.
Liceo de Seoritas, ProfesionalV
vs Artea y Oficie* }
El aprenda C. Chong sufri
esta man i na en horas de tra-
bajo, serla calda de la yegua
nacional "Tranquita". cuando
era conducido a la Clnica de
San Fernando cataba sin cono-
cimiento.
Esta tarde toma posesin de
sa cargo la nueva Directiva de
la Asociacin de Jinetes, cuyo
Presidente ea Bobby Reid, en el
Clubhouse del Hipdromo Na-
cional.
en Filadelfla en Septiembre de
1047. En dicho campeonato to-
taliz 727 y 3-4 lbs. Imponin-
dose a este servidor que habla
logrado 727 y V4 lbs; luego en
las Olimpiadas de Londres en
el mes de Agosto de 1948* clasi-
fic en el 5o. quinto lugar con
un total de 809 y 3/4 lbs; an
el campeonato mundial del ao
pasado celebrado en Pars, lo-
gr el 4o. puesto con un total
de 815 lbs. y ahora en los Jue-
gos Panamericanos en su Pa-
tria se supera con un magnifi-
co total de 842 lbs. En el tercer
lugar de esta categora lleg
Orlando Garrido de Cuba, con
275 lbs. a pulso (press), 248 lbs.
arranque (snatch) y 314 lbs n
envin (C & J), total 837 lbs.
Garrido ha sido campen tn
las Olimpadas de Barraqullla
y Guatemala, tambin partici-
p en las olimpiadas de Lon-
dres ocupando el octavo lugar
con un total de 771 lbs. lleg
de cuarto en el campeonato
mundial de Filadelfla con un
total de 755 lbs, toda estas ac-
tividades fueron logradas en la
cat. de 185 lbs.; en la compe-
tencia de Buenos Aires pas a
la cat. de 181 lbs. medio pe-
sado.
(Continuar).
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Por RDEME
Tropicana confirm el pronos-
tico de los entendidos y se im-
puso ayer fcilmente en la \>v. r
ca central del programa hpico
celebrado ayer en el Hipdromo
iVaclonal-
Tropicana demostr sus gran-
des cualidades como sprinter y
se fu al comando desde la sa-
lida galop a su antojo. Segun-
do lleg Delhi y tercero Fright.
En otra de las pruebas este-
lares logr anexarse el triu.ifo
el caballo Pepsi Cola, tamban
en forma fcil demostrando ex-
celentes condiciones. Segundo
lleg Gran Dia y tercero Porters
Star.
En la prueba estelar del S-
tudo se Impuso Silver Domin
confirmando as el pronstico
oe todos los fanticos que lo hi-
cieron favorito. En esta prueba
Cheriberlbln present una gran
Oatalla hasta la recta final
ruando Silver Domin logr do-
minar la carrera.
Ditrani y Ancn no ceden un paso en
su propsito de obtener el ttulo
Los conjuntos Dltranl y Ancn cada uno por los vencedores y B.
continan firmes en su propsl-. Plnnock y Ponce por loa blan-
tos de conquistar el campeona- qulazules.
to del ftbol mayor de la Liga
Provincial de Panam, al trlun-l En el segundo encuentro, el
far ambos ayer en los compro-1 Ancn derrot ampliamente al
misos que sostuvieron en el Es-! Hispano por 8 a 1, en una can-
cha fangosa y donde los blan-
quiverdes no desperdiciaron o-
encuentro Di- casin para marcar, lucindose
tadlo Olmpico.
En el primer
trani se impuso al Pacfico por; Vicente Arosemena al anotar
4 tantos a 2 en un movido par- ;tres tantos y concedindose atrq
tldo. Los italianos con ms de- j a su favor al entrar la bola ea
cisin y coraje, ya que se esta- la puerta contraria sin Interven-
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
LIGA PROV. de FTBOL
Recuerda a todos los directo-
res y representantes de equipos
la puntual asistencia a la reu-
nin de maana martes a las
7 y 3D en el lugar de costumbre,
para tratar sobre los ltimos
juegos del campeonato de la.'
desarrollo de los Juegos de 2a.
premios, Campeonato Nacional,
etc.
ban jugando el invicto y el pri-
mer lugar, aprovecharon efecti-
vamente sus oportunidades para
clon; los otros dos goles del An-
cn los patearon el Negro Mar-
tinez y el veterano Manteca Al-
obtener la victoria. El primer zamora; por los espaoles ]
tiempo termin Sala favor del Cullar anot el nico tanto da)
Dltranl y en la segunda mitad su equipo. En este encuentro sa-
ambos oncenos marcaron un
tanto. Los anotadores fueron F.
DeBello con dos goles, R. Ara.m
Jr. y H. Rangel con un tanto
Santander. Alemn y
Ancn ganaron ayer
en el ftbol menor
BASKETBALL PROVINCIAL
La Liga pide la asistencia a
los Directores y representantes
de los equipos de primera, tan-
to masculino como femenino
para tratar los detalles concer-
nientes a la segunda vuelta que
se iniciar el mircoles con los
iuegos Mauricio vs Chesterfield
Bam vs C, Vieja y Crdenas vs
Daar.
El Santander contina invic-
to en el puesto de honor del
campeonato de segunda Catcf,o-
| la del ftbol capitalino al im-
ponerse ayer al Amrica p,r
un tanto a 0 en el Estadio O-
limpico.
Adems el Deportivo Alemn
sigue persiguiendo de cerca a
les punteros al ganar tam'oien
su compromiso sobre el Hispano
Jr. por 3 goles a 1.
En el otro Juego anunciado de
esta competencia el Ancn jr
ano su juego por forfeit soi-rc
el Pacfico de Segunda al pre-
sentarse este equipo en su n-
mina incompleta.
Con estos encuentros se inici
la segunda vuelta del Campeo-
nato local del ftbol menor,
d.mde el Santander comanda el
grupo, luego siguen el Alemn,
Ambato, Ancn Jr., Hispano Jr.,
Amrica y Pacifico de segunda.
li lesionado el guardameta del
Hispano, H. Alzamora.
Con estos partidos, los cuatros
equipos cumplieron su penlti-
mo compromiso de la temporada.
Al campeonato le restan trea
juegos para finalizar el torneo
entre los equipos Dltranl vs. Hu-
racn. Ancn vs. Ibrico y Pac
fleo vs. Hispano.
El Dltranl marcha Invicto en
el comando con 15 puntos y el
Ancn va de segundo con 14 pun
tos: los otros cuatro equipos no
tienen ya opcin a los dos pri-
meros lugares.
U P.mi Din la Mirtmz.ua
PICAZN
letiDirtvce
Ha aqu la rcela da un mdico,
qua ahora quada obtenerae an las
farmacias a un rosto nfimo, qua
ea ma afinas en el tratamiento .1*
enrertnedadea da la piel qua nlo*
t*n otro remedio.
Bata (ran aceita sntlsptlo no
solo promueve la rpida clcatrlsa-
eldn da llagas y heridaa alno nua
proporciona rpido alivio y pronta
cicatrizacin de diviesos, clacotea,
abaceaoa y alearas. Su accin ea
laa anermedadea cutneas ea muy
ericas, la picazn del Miami cesa
desda lueso.
Puada ustad obtener al Aceita
esmeralda Moon concentrado aa
cualquiera farmacia moderna. Na
haca dado
INUEVA FACILIDAD PARA LLENAR! NUEVA ESCRITURA $|N FALLAS!
i s la unka phma con / maravilloso
5i$tma Afo-mtrk de Tinta
INo hay oir igual! La bella Nueva "51" le aporta
el tipo de escritura que usted creyera posible slo en
sueos. Se llena en unos segundos, con facilidad asom-
brosa. La tinta fluye en el actoregulada para trazar
rasgos perfectos y sin fallas. Y el nuevo depsito de Pli-
glass, de mayor capacidad, permite ver el contenido de
tinta. Invierta hoy mismo en la pluma que tiene aos de
adelantopara aos de absoluta satisfaccin al escribir.
PLATEADO


Precios: Plumas Parker "51" BA 13.5 y 16.50.
Distribuidores y Central de Atencin:
CA. INTERNACIONAL OE VENTAS. S. A.
Calle 26 Este No. 10. Panam, R. de P.
Edificio Panamericano. Calle 6a. y Ave. BolvarColn. R. de P

ni
A JULIA
L INCAtiTA
LA
niWA MUM
WRQOf...
iaNdvaMUMcon
S/stoTAftlllAJGMPlWTl
A\JC0M(WttASl!ACmiA
QUE CAUSAN aOR.PR0U
MUOiO MAS TIEMPO1 DE MU.
\XA SUAVIDAD. NUEVA FRA6AM
CIA MUM INOFENSIVA
PARA IA PIEL Y iAS-mAS
w ilmanal
PROTEGE MUCHO MS TIEMPO