The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Only Military Accord Can End Korea War
HERO'S REWARD In a White House ceremony, President
Truman presents the Medal of Honor to Capt. Lewis L. Mil-
lett, of Haverhill, Mass. In the background are (left to
right) M/Sgt. Stanley T. Adams, of Olathe, Kans., another
Medal of Honor Winner; Undersecretary of the Navy Dan
Klmball; Medal wUfner Cpl. Elnar H. Ingman, of Tomhawlc,
Wls.; and Secretary of Defense George Marshall.
Trade Unions
Outline Plan
To Fight Reds
MILAN, Italy, July 10 (UP)
A United States labor leader
said here today that the world's
free trade unions are mapping a
militant program keyed to the
slogan "Bread, Freedom. Peace"
In a driVe to combat the spread
of Communism and other totali-
tarian doctrines.
Jacob Potofsky, leader of the
CIO delegation to the current
congress here of the Internation-
al Confederation of Free Trade
Unions, said this program was
now being developed by delegates
of the 59 anti-Communist coun-
tries represented at the. Congress.
The ICFTU was founded In
London in 1949 as the free world's
reply to the Communist-kidnap-
ped World Federation of Trade
,The current congress was call-
ed to discuss the strategy and
find the money to carry out
the organization's two-year-old
declaration of war against Com-
munism in particular and totali-
tarianism in general.
From this labor congress will
emerge a "bible" to guide the ac-
tivity in political, social and eco-
nomic fields of the 53,000,000
workers here represented.
Potofsky said the ICFTU would
set up a special fund of several
hundred thousand dollars which
will be used to flfcht the dictators
DINNER DUET Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower (left) and
Winston Churchill get together during a dinner tendered for
Elsenhower in London by the English Speaking Union. The
two worked closely during World War II, when Churchill was
a British Prime Minister. ^^^^^
Minister Webb
Sees Meat Ration
Rising By Steps
LONDON, July 10 (UP) Food
Minister Maurice Webb today an-
nounced a series of staggered In-
creases in Britain's record low
meat ration which will bring it
to double Its present size by the
end of August.
At the same time he announc-
ed an Increase In meat prices.
He blamed this rise on the new
Increased prices which must be
Bald to Argentine. Dominion and
nited Kingdom farmers.
Ttaa increase will give Britons
about 20 cents worth of meat
each weekly.
Abandoned Car
To Be Auctioned
The Balboa Police Station to-
dav set a public auction for a
1950 Ford sedan to be held
Thursday. July 19. at 10 a. m. in
the Balboa 8tatlon.
The car can be seen at the
Corral. Motor Transportation
Division. It was abandoned in
La Boca June 3. by its owner,
Joseph Hinds.
Bidding will .be open to the
general public.
Little League
Box Score
Previously reported $3,739.01
Pinturas General___ 15.90
Cocoll Bingo Club. 7.5*
Pedro Miguel collec-
tions.............. 7.90
A. A. Mittag......... 5.0
Total................ $3,773.5;
Puerto Rican Now
Faces Charge Of
Statutory Rape
The original charge against
the 49-year-old Puerto Rican,
Ezequlel Labiosa, was changed
yesterday in the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court to statutory rape.
Labiosa previously had been
charged with using force and
violence on a 13-year-old Pana-
manian girl, on the evening of
July 4 in the old Navy 300 area.
Probable cause was found yes-
terday during the preliminary
hearing and Labiosa was re-
leased upon the posting of $1.000
ball. His attorney is W. J.
Sheridan. ,
Crook Will Assume
Donovan's Duties
For Six Weeks
Henry L. Donovan, Communi-
ty Services Director, will leave
Friday for a vacation of about
six weeks to be spent mainly
In Boston and Chicago.
In his absence, Wilson H.
Crook, General Manager of the
Clubhouse Division, will act as
Community Services Director in
addition to his regular duties.
Col. Shore Assigned
To Intelligence Post
Two changes of assignment
have been announced this week
for staff officers of the US.
Army Caribbean.
Col. Meyers 8. Shore will be
Assistant Chief of Staff for In-
telligence. His present position
as Deputy Chief of Staff will
be filled by Col. Percy H. Brown,
Jr., formerly Executive Officer
of USARCARIB'S Supply Sec-
Panama Schools Closed
By Living Cost Strike
Public schools of Panama were
closed today as preparations were
pushed for a general 24-hour
strike to protest the high cost of
The strike was set to begin at 5
pjn. today.
The demonstrators, who were
called together by the "National
Committee Against the High Cost
of Living," will group at Porras
Plaza, opposite the Lux Theater
and will march down Central Av-
enue to the Presidencia.
During noon hour, several mer-
chants of Panam called The
Panam American for informa-
tion as to whether they would be
forced to close their stores.
Groups of people carrying flags
gathered In the streets and incit-
ed working men and chauffeurs
to Join In the strike.
Composed of representatives of
32 labor, student, political and
civic organizations, the National
Committee has directly attacked
the loval power company, the
Army Takes Over
Havana Airport As
PA A Workers Quit
HAVANA, July 10 Cuban
Army forces took over control of
Havana's international Rancho
Boyeros airport today after an
unexpected early morning walk-
out of employes at the PAA oper-
ated airfield.
International flights of PAA
aircraft, and those of PAA's af-
filiate Compaa Cubana de A-
viacin, were paralyzed by the
stoppage but National Airlines
the only other carrier operating
between Miami and Havana
reported normal operations with
executive personnel handling
loading, unloading and other
'Communications and gassing
facilities, under Army supervi-
sion, are normal.
Executives of the Chicago and
Southern Airline, with two flights
expected to clear through Hava-
na later today, said they would
handle their own aircraft and as-
sure normal operation.
Other international carriers
Incruding KLM. Branlff and
BOAC have no flights scheduled
through Havana till tomorrow,
when the Army is expected to be
in complete pontrol of the situa-
GI Hurt Slightly
When Car Swerves
Off Diablo Road
A 19-year old Army enlisted
man, Harold Harris Mairano, was
in Clayton Hospital today with
minor injuries sustained when
he tried to overtake and pass
another vehicle on Diablo Road,
near the Section I Warehouse.
Considerable damage was
done to the fire plug guard rail
which his coupe struck yesterday
whentt swerved off the roao} and
went but of control. The carwaa*
also badly damaged.
Malrano's only passanger was
another Army ellsted man, Jim-
my Rich, who was treated for
minor lacerations of the right
arm and released. Both men are
stationed at the Fort Clayton
Hospital. <
No charges have been placed
ye, according to the report made
by the Balboa Police.
Burning Passion
July 10 (UP) I.ewellyn Shar-
pies, 32, was accused here to-
day of branding his pretty
wife Muriel with his initials
"because she loves me."
Police said Sharpies tied
Muriel to a chair, twisted a
Dlece of wire Into his initial
then heated It and seared the
letters on her breast. The
brand was about three Inches
long. ,,
A police sergeant said:
Muriel said she did not report
the affair because she loves
her husband so much."
American-owned Fuerza y Luz,
by distributing posters and leaf-
lets protesting the "excessive"
cost of electricity.
Other attacks were made on
the high rate of unemployment
In Panam, as well as the high
cost of articles of prime necessity
and "exorbitant" rentals.
It was expected that President
Alclblades Arosemena would ad-
dress the demonstrators from the
Presidencia balcony. It Is be-
lieved that the proposal approv-
ing the decree to clamp down on
hoarders of-foodstuffs would be
announced by the President.
Darin Rivers
Again On Rampage
The Rivers Chucanaque and
Tulra in the Darien Province
have begun acting up again and
according to Information receiv-
ed today from Yavlza a disaster
of similar proportions as occur-
red last year Is expected.
A large section of the Rio Cu-
canaque has begun to flood the
same section In Yavlza that over-
flooded In November of last year
and many Inhabitants who have
been greatly alarmed have al-
ready started moving to eiher a-
reas. It is feared that the Rio
Chico, which empties In front of
the town of Yavlza has overflow-
ed and caused heavy damage to
the region.
Reliable sources Indicate that
the Rio Tulra, the widest in the
Republic has already flooded the
town of Boca del Cupe. The town
of EiReal has received word that
the Mfcrs or Ule T,uli a haye
reached any homes and stores
In the vllKge. It is believed that
Immediate measures will be tak-
en bv the government to prevent
the recurrence of last year's en-
ormous damages.
Dental Societies
To Meet Friday
At El Panama
The special meeting and ban-
quet of the Panama Canal Den-
tal Society and the Panama
Dental Society, will be held at
the Hotel El Panama thU Fri-
day at 7:30 p. m.
Announcement of the meet-
ing was made today by Dr. A.
Earle Gerrans. president of the
P. C. Society.
Quests invited to the meeting
will Include Juan de Arco Oa-
Undo. minister of putllc health;
Pedro Oallndo. technical ad-
viser of public health: Dr. Al-
berto Calvo, director of public
health; and Col. C. G. BUtch.
acting chief health officer of
the Panama Canal.
GOP Alleges
Truce Talks
Aid To Reds
Congressional Republicans
charged today that Korean truce
talk arrangements at Kaesong
are playing into the hands of
Communist propagandists.
They demanded that American
newsmen be allowed to cover the
negotiations on the same basis as
Red representatives and warned
against appeasement or Red
trickery at the talks.
The White House and State
Department had ncrcomment on
the arrangements. Officials said
Gen. Matthew B. Rldgway, Unit-
ed Nations commander in Korea,
had full authority to handle the
cease-fire negotiations as he sees
OOP charges that American
prestige has been hurt by hold-
ing the talks in Communist-held
Kaesong were answered by House
Democratic leader John W. Mc-
Cormack, Mass.
He said the important ques-
tion is "not where the negotia-
tions are held, but whether
they are successful."
Rep. Leslie C. Arends, R., 111.,
told the House that American ne-
tlators have been subjected to
"indignities" at Kaesong.
He said Kaesong was billed as
a "neutral city" but has proved to
be filled with gun-toting Commu-
nist troops.
"Every time the Truman ad-
ministration enters a situation
like this, It la outwitted, out-ma-
neuvered and out-negotiated,"
Arends said. "We should ask our-
selves If these events are the pre-
lude to another Yalta."
Sen. Harry P. Cain, R., Wash.,
said that "from a propaganda
viewpoint, we are giving thetri a
gift from heaven."
"I can see the pictures now
American negotiators being par-
aded between columns of Com-
munist soldiers," Cain said. "The
entire Far East will get the im-
pression that we are giving up
Sen. Homer Capehart, R., Ind.,
said It was "unbelievable that we
should deny the American press
the right to participate while
permitting the Communist press
to have a field day."
State Department spokesman
Lincoln White, Informed that the
Communists are broadcasting
claims that the UN was forced to
sue for peace, said only that "the
Red propaganda organs continue
to grind."
Pacific Civil Council
Meets Tomorrow At JWB
There will be a meeting of the
Pacific Civic Council tomorrow
at the Jewish Welfare Center on
La Boca Road, Balboa, at 7:30
PEACE CAMP, Imjin River, Korea, July 10 (UP) The}
United Nations and Communist negotiating teams pre-
sented their programs for a Korean ceasefire at a four-
hour conference in Kaesong today.
The negotiators will meet again tomorrow.
At the opening meeting today the leader of the Unit-
ed Nations team, Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy, United)
States Navy, ruled out any possibility of these talks being
conditional on United Nations recognition of Red China,
or on the capitulation of the Chinese Nationalist-held is-
land of Formosa.
He backed this up by saying that the Korean fighting
could continue unless settled on a just military basis, with
guarantees that it would not start again.
Joy made it clear the that the
United Nations group would not
discuss political or economic
He also told that Communists
that his group would not discuss
military matters unrelated to
Continues; .
5th Mig Down
8TH ARMY HQ.. July 10
(UP)United Nations troops,
fighting on while their leaders
talked peace, drove several hun-
dred yards into Communist posi-
tions in the Yanggu area on the
east central front today.
Over North Korea United
States planes downed their fifth
Mig in four days.
An 8th Army communique
summarized the day's action as:
"Light enemy contact rfjorted
along the majority of the Ko-
rean front."
The Yanggu action was the
only sizeable one o the day.
Chinese patrols fired on Unit-
ed Nations patrols in the old
Iron Triangle (Chorwon-Kumh-
Scout planes reported many
small groups of Reds filtering
into that area.
Jack Johnson
Leaves Tivoli
Jack Johnson, popular cater-
ing manager of the Tlvoll Hotel,
has been transferred to the
Storehouses In Balboa In a fur-
ther cutdown of the hotel staff.
The transfer was effective July
Johnson came to be well
known and liked by practically
everyone who ever entered the
hotel and he was responsibleI
for the building up of the
organization's big banquet and!
reception business.
He was tendered a small grift
of appreciation by the hotel's
local rate employes on his last
day before transferring.
It was considered this state-
ment should let the Communist;
delegation know that the UniUU
Nations are not deieated ana &.e>
not suing for peace, but a.s
meeting on an equal basis or
perhaps with the upper hand.
Joy told the Communists tney, I
would have to negotiate In gooct
iaith, and that tne United Na-
tions cielegation planned to do so.
Without good faith on each siu*
nothing could be achieved.
He made it clear to the Reds
that the United Nations com-
mand wanted peace, but wj*
ready to fight again at a mo-
ment's notice if an honoram*
peace could not be worked out.
The United Nations negotia-
tors gave the impression on
their return to this peace camp
that they believed "they bad
made progress towards an
agenda to discuss an armis-
(In Hong Kong today the Chin-
ese' Communist newspapers said]
the success of the Kaesong tal'.i
depends on United1 Nations com-
pliance with a Red demand thai
all United Nations troops with-
draw south of the 38th parallel,
and that a demilitarized zone bet
set up along the line of th
At the preliminary meeting
Sunday the Communists rejected
a United Nations proposal for
10-mil^ buffer zone In the nego-
tiation area.
The Reds said they would net
fire on the Allies In that area,
but refused to establish any de-
finite corridor.
The Reds accepted an offer of
immunity along the highway;
from Kaesong to Pyongyang foo
the protection of their truce con-
voys, but'said they felt no need
for a definite neutral zone around!
Kaeson because they felt they)
could rely on the United Nations
forces not to attack In the area.
The negotiators travelled to
Kaesong from here today In flvs
At the same time a road con-
voy of seven trucks and three
Jeeps, carrying 51 persons, with
food, communications equipment
and other supplies, made ths
slow 30-mlle trip along the crat-
ered. mine-strewn highway to
The talks were held In a 15 X
18 foot room'in what was one
a palatial mansion In suburban
There was a heavy guard ot
Chinese Communist troops.
KIM IL SUNG: the Man The Russians Built
NEA Special Correspondent
NEW YORK, Jnlv 1 (NEA).He is called a "Man of Mys-
tery," this General Kim II Sung of North Korea who, torether
with a Red Chinese general, has agreed to the cease-fire nego-
tiations at Kaesong. ..... w _i
But the "mystery'* can now be dispelled. Certain facts about
him are known, chiefly from Russian sources. At 39, Kim. II
Sung is one of Stalin's youngest satelUte chiefs. Prime minister
of the North Korean puppet state, head of Korea's Communist
Party, he is also commander-in-chief of the Inmingun or "Peo-
ple's Army." ,
Americans who saw him be-
fore June. 1950. at Pyongyang,
his capital, described him as
fat and sleepy-eyed. But he Is
rather pleasant-looking, per-
haps trying to ape the false
geniality of his boss Stalin.
Soviet Russian correspondents
who have interviewed him praise
him as "a young, broad-shoul-
dered man with a wonderfully
open andlet us say thislucid
face, smiling as only very good
people fan smile."
Some of that smile may stem
from his fondness for rich liv-
ing. Those who are allowed to
see him at Pyongyang have to
pass through four large ante-
roomsa big portrait of Stalin
in eachbefore reaching Kim's
huge office. He sits at an over-
size mahogany desk, between
busts of Stalin and himself,
amid costly carpets and other
lavish furnishings.
He has his own air-raid shel-
I *r. 100 feet underground, which
| Is really an apartment, Includ-
ing a music room with an orean
and a room with a barber's
chair. A tunnel connects It with
the' house of his Russian "ad-
visers." When he first took Seoul
he and his cronies consumed the
entire stock of the" Chosen Ho-
tel's English gin.
He was born In 1912 In the
village of Man Gln-dyu, near
Pyongyang. His real name was
Kim Sung Chu, son of the vil-
lage teacher who was a revolu-
tionary. Between his two Im-
prisonments by the Japanese,
Kim's father took his famllv to
eastern Manchuria. He return-
ed to Korea to fight, and soon
Kim now says that he knew
his father a total of but a few
months, but that it was because
of his tearhlnes Kim loined the
Communist Youth League of
East Manchuria while in his
Kim was aooii the League's
secretary. In the earlv 1930s,
when the Japanese pushed Into
China, K>. formed that coun-
try's first Korean guerrillas.
Later his unit crossed into Ko-
rea and occupied the rugged
mountains at Kanggye. The
Japanese never truly controlled
the Kanggye area; it was too
tough. So they tried to seal it
off. This was why Kim surviv-
ed, and also why he was hardly
known to most Koreans when
in August, 1945. the Russians
brought him to Pyongyang.
His uniform was that of a Rus-
flan army officer. The Soviet
command introduced him as
"General Kim Ir Sen, the cele-
brated national Korean hero." A
legend was spread that Kim
was trained In China's famous
Whampoa Military Academy In
Canton, that later he studied in
Moscow, and that In 1942-43 he
fought valiantly at Stalingrad.
All this has little factual basis.
In the mld-1920s, when the
Whampoa Academy was the
training center for Far Eastern
revolutionaries. Kim was 12 or
14, but a Whampoa student had
to be at least 18. His Moscow and
Stalingrad chapters were either
brief or non-existent. Russian
newsmen who talked to Kim In
1948 incautiously reported that
It was only then, as the puppet
chief at Pyongyang, that he be-
gan to studv Russian. In the
summer of 1948 his Russian was
still scant: after a few short
sentences he had to turn to

There was another Kim II
8une, not the present one. who
studied In the 1920s both In
Parry, author of this word-
picture of Kim II Sung, is
professor of Russian Civiliza-
tion and Language at Col-
gate University. Born in
Russia, he was educated in
U. S. universities. During
World War 11 he served with
the U. S. Office of Strategic
Services. Before joining Col-
gate's faculty in 1947 he
taught at Northwestern.
Canton and in Russia. That
man's Russian was excellent. He
was a famous Korean leader
who took part In the anti-Jap-
anese movement of 1919 and
disappeared from Korea short-
ly after. The Russians In 1145
deliberately palmed off Kim
Sung Chu as Kim II Sung, and
went to work to make the Ko-
rean people believe that this
was the same hero.
8ome Koreans recognized the
newcomer as Kim Sung Chu.
The original Kim II 8ung would
have been 60-odd in 1945, but
the lmposter was in his mld-
30s. The fraud was too crude.
Never mind, said the Russians
and Kim himself. His portraits
and statues appeared every-
where in North Korea, next to
those of Stalin. Streets, factor-
ies, hospitals, even a university,
were named after Kim. Day in.
day out, it was dinned Into the
DeoDle's ears that this new Kim
II Sung was their leader, their
(Continued on Page (. Col. 3)
VISITOR TO MOSCOW: North Korean puppet leader Kim II
Sunr. who'll be one of the cease-fire negotiators, walked wit
bared head (left) as he visited Moscow in 1949 with Pak He
En (center), then vice-chairman of the North Korean cabina,
Russia's Andrei Gromyko (right) walked with then.

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TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
Shipping & AirLine News
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................July 9
S.S. Chiriqui .......,...........................July 13
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................July 23
(Handling Rerrlfetated ChUIrd and Gtnoral Carga)
New York Freight Service
S.8. Cape Cod ......... ........................July 10..
. .8.8. Cap* Ann ..................................J-ly 14 -
Weakly SalUnn to New lork, l.o Anida. San FrancUco, Saattla
Occaifoaal SaUlaa* >o New Orleana and Meblla.
(Taa Sleamtr In Ula tanrlca in Uautad to Iwelvt aaaaanaeri)
r reauant Fralfhi SalUagi from CrUlobal to Waet Caaat Cantral Amarlca
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
S.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......July 10
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................July 84
Accepting passengers for
(Every room with private bathroom
Two luxurious suites available )
C. B. FENTON and Co., Inc.
Tel.: Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
need give you no anxieties
lnere need be no reatlea. night*, no toan, no baby disorders,
U yon have Alhton & Parson. Infant.' Powder, handy.
Mother, all over the world have found them toothing and
cooling when baby is fretful through teething, and, beat of all,
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
Royal Mail Lines Ltd.
M.V. "SAMANCO" ................................July 17th
S.S. "CUZCO" (Maiden Voyage* ................July 27th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"..................August 26th
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ..............................July 10th
M.V. SANTANDER"* ...........................July 11th
S.S. "PAMPAS" ...................................July 17th
S.S. "DIEMERDYK"..............................July 17th
S.S. "ARABIA"................................. July 24th
Accepting passengers In First, Cabin and Third Class.
."Superior accommodation available for passengers
All Sailing* Subject to Chame Without Notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal Tel. 1654 1S55
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Grace Line Ship Due Tomorrow
The Santa Luisa is due in Cris-
tobal tomorrow at 6:00 p.m. Ap-
proximately 50 passengers will
come ashore in Cristobal. The
Grace Line ship will transit the
Canal Thursday morning.
Italian Line Ship Transits Today
The Antonlotto Usodlmare, an
Italian Line ship arrived this
morning In Balboa with one stow-
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El Presidente Completes
First Year of Operation
Giant double-deck "Strato"
Clippers flew 288 trips between
New York and Buenos Aires, car-
rying 23,102 revenue passengers
and covering 1,719,965 miles with-
out an accident, during the first
year of operation of Pan Ameri-
can World Airways' super-luxur-
ious El President -enrice, traffic
compilations reveal. _
The speedy new inter-contin-
ental service was inaugurated
July 5, 1050, with a special flight
carrying a group of prominent
United States editors, publishers
and government officials on a
round-trip flight from New York
to Buenos Aires.
The 6,400-mile flight between
the two largest cities of the two
hemispheres is the world's long-
est and fastest. The big Clippers
make the trip In only 27 hours,
including stops en route at Port
of Spain, Trinidad; Rio de Jan-
eiro, Brazil and Montevideo, Uru-
Features of the service include
seven-course dinners, free cham-
pagne, breakfast in bed and com-
plimentary orchids and perfume
for women passengers. Meals are
prepared by a flight chef, one of |
a flight service crew of four. Free
cocktails are served before meals !
and liqueurs afterward. Dining
tables are set with linen table
cloths, silverware and china.
Pan American also operates the '
"Strato" Clippers in its trana-At- i
lantlc aod trans-Pacific services.
any bridge player's skill would
be taxed by the hand shown to-
day for it is one of those hands
that can be lost In more ways
than won. When It was played in
this year's Intercollegiate Cham-
pionship, a gratifying number of
college students came up with
the right answer.
At nearly every table East took
the first trick with the ace of dia-
monds and returned a diamond.
Since South could foresee the
loss of a spade and of two clubs
he had to save one trick some-
how or other.
The first step was to lead the
king of spades from dummy to
knock out East's ace. A slightly
more persuasive play was to lead
one trump to the South hand and
return a spade. When the king
of spades was then played from
dummy. East would play his ace
at once in the hope that his part-
ner had the queen.
However, when the spades were
played, South had the opportuni-
ty to play three rounds of spades
and exactly two r o u n ds of
trumps. Then declarer laid down
the ace of clubs and continued
with a second club. This spiked
the guns of the defenders.
If East won with the king of
clubs, he was obliged to return
a spade or a diamond. Either way.
; dummy could ruff (that's why
only two trumps were drawn)
while South discarded his last
If East tried to get out of the
end play by dropping the king of
clubs on South's ace, a second
round of clubs towards dummy
would set up dummy's jack.
There was no escape.
The hand was a bit lucky, of
course. If East held three trumps
he could exit safely with his last
trump Instead of leading a spade
or a diamond. Or If either de-
fender held K-Q-x of clubs,
there would be no end play. And
so on.
The point is that good players
must expect to get to shaky con-
tracts occasionally, and they
must then know how to profit
from whatever lucky break deve-
Braniff Vice-President
Is Panama Visitor
Mr. Warne Kraemer. assistant
to the vice-president of Braniff
Airlines, arrived here yesterday
from Colombia, where he had
been attending a meeting of the
International Air Transport As-
He leaves tomorrow for Dallas.
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Sterling Area's
Dollar Surplus Fell
In Last 3 Months
LONDON, July 10 (LPS) A
sharp fall In the sterling area's
gold and dollar surplus, from
$360.000.000 In the first quarter of
this year to $54.000.000 In the se-
cond quarter, la announced by
the British Chancellor of the
Exchequer. The surplus for the
fourth quarter of last year was
The sterling area's reserves at
the end of the second quarter
stood at $3.867.000.000 compared
with $3,758.000,000 in the first
quarter. This Increase of $108,-
000.000 was the sum of a surplus
of $54,000,000 and of $55,000,000
of receipts under the European
Recovery Program in respect of
the allotment made before the
end of 1950.
Falling off in the surplus for
the second quarter of 1951 Is at-
tributed to three main factors.
First is the Increase In expen-
diture on Imports from the dol-
lar area both by the United
Kingdom and countries in the
rest of the sterling area.
Second is the decline in earn-
ings from exports to the dollar
area from the rest of sterling a-
rea which was in part seasonal.
Against this, but only partly otf-
settmg the decline, was the wel-
come increase in the United
Kingdom exports to the dollar a-
rea. Third is reduction In the net
gold and dollar receipts from
non-dollar countries particularly
from European Payments Union.
During the second quarter re-
ceipts from the E.P.U. In settle-
ment of the United Kingdom's
surplus amounted to only $17,-
000.000 compared with $76,000,000
in the first quarter.
. This falling off In gold and
dollar surplus was not unexpect-
ed and the Chancellor considers
it to be "quite likely that these
less favorable Influences will
continue during the next few
months." The Economic Survey
published last spring pointed out
that "a substantial relapse from
the favorable position reached In
1950 is In any case virtually inev-
itable, despite the higher total of
earnings, particularly If the ster-
ling area's essential import needs
are to be met in full."
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TUESDAY. JULY 18. 1951
m Whoduniter Dashiell Hammett
Muffs Mystery Of Missing Reds
NEW YORK, July 10 (UP) Mystery writer Dashiell
Hammett was held in contempt of court yesterday and
jniled for six months for refusing to tell who provided the
$30,000 bail for four convicted fugitive members of the
U.S. Communist Party politburo.
Millionaire Frederick Vanderbilt Field, a great-great
grandson of railroad builder Cornelius Vanderbilt and
chairman of the fund committee, was freed frorrua jail
cell in $10,000 bail on a U.S. Court of Appeals temporary
Field spent three days in jail on a 90-day sentence for
contempt of court, after he refused to answer questions
about the now-forfeited bail. He will remain free, pending
a decision on an appeal from the sentence.
Cited and sentenced for contempt with Hammer,
author of "The Thin Man," "Sam Spade," and other de-
tective stories, was W. Alpheus Hunton, negro, who holds
a Doctor of Philosophy degree. Both men are members of
the bail fund committee.
Meanwhile United States attor-
ney Irving H. Saypol Is seeking
to revoke the $181,000 ball fur-
nished by the Civil Rights Con-
gress for the 17 Indicted second-
rank Communist leaders.
He is also seeking to restrain
the left-wing congress from fu-
ture ball-making activity.
Hammett refused to answer
Federal Judge Sylvester J. Ryan's
questions about the1 bail fund on
grounds that his replies might in-
criminate him. He also refused
to say whether he aided in any
way the flight of the four fugi-
tive Communists Robert Q.
Thompson, Cms Hall. Henry
Winston and Gilbert Green, who
vanished the day they were to
have gone to prison for conspir-
ing against the Government.
Hunton refused to answer the
same questions on the same
grounds. Before being held in
contempt, however, he returned
to the witness stand and chang-
ed his testimony on one question
asked earlier.
Previously he had declined to
ay whether he had seen the fu-
gitives since July 5. The four
jumped ball July 3.
Hunton changed his testimony
to say he had not seen the fugi-
tives since June 4, when the U.S.
Supreme Court upheld the con-
viction of the four and seven oth-
er members of the party's nation-
al committee.
Field went free on cash he,
himself, provided.
In addition, the financial "an-
gel" of Communist causes was re-
quired to produce a surety bonds-
Field's lawyer brought $10,000
In cash to the courthouse, but the
US. Attorney's office refused to
accept It as ball without a "co-
surety." The surfty bondsman
was Calvin P. Baldwin, Green-
wich, Conn.
Field was put in Jail Friday for
contempt when he refused to
produce a list of persons who con-
tributed to the congress' ball
With his attractive wife, Anita,
Field left the courthouse smiling,
after being in Jail for the first
time In his life.
NEW SLANT ON A VACATION-Tony and Ann Baker believe
they re standing straight, but they don't look it, as they try out the
Wonder Spot" at Wisconsin Dells. Wis. An unexplained phe-
nomenon makes you feel plumb out of line when you enter a small
cabin built on the "Spot."
NEA Staff Correspondent
command headquarters have
swted the big guns homing
tne battle of the movie queens on
the issue of blubber and sex-ap-
peal Is on full blast in Hollywood.
A couple of months ago. both
Gene Tierney and Jayne Mead-
ows slipped me the word that
there's nothing like a layer of
bouncy schmalti on a doll's bones
to start the boys in the audience
drooling right Into their buttered
Sylvana Mangano. the Italian
belle who waded in the rice pad-
dies, was their Joan of Arc.
And their battle cry was "Hips,
hips, hooray."
Now a skinny blonde siren
named Jan Sterling, who's about
the 1 as test-zooming actress In
celluloid alley, is saying "Phooey"
to their marching song of "Heft,
right, heft."
makes an impression
scale," I said.
on the
"Energy, schrnenergy," shrug-
ged Jan. "If you haven't got en-
ergy, you haven't got It."
Jan wasn't denying that a lot
of actresses were skipping their
diets and showing up on the
sound stages with Lillian Russell
dimensions, was she?
' "No," said Jan. "A lot of top
stars are plump these days. But
If they were thinwowthey'd
knock the breath out of you. You
gain 10 pounds and you add five
years to your face on the screen.
"You want to know what's go-
ing to happen to some of the ac-
tresses who are letting them-
selves get heavy? One of these
days their options arent going to
be picked up."
Shrimp War May Be Latest
Campaign For Miss. Guard
PA8CAGOULA, Miss., July 10
(UP)Gov. Fielding Wright
violence in a sudden shrimpers'
"war" that has parallzed the
threatened today to call out "all > Gulf Coast shellfish industry.
the National Guardsmen in the
state," if necessary, to combat
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
Where 100.000 People Mtel
ft looks like a free-for-all be- Then Jan blurted out a confes-
tween Gene, Jan and Jayne. slon.
And I can hardly wait for the once she had been a roly-poly
hair-pulling to begin. herself.
Jan curled her lips and made a
face at the mere thought of a
flicker Duse who has to squeeze
into a girdle.
The same kind of face that a
movie executive makes when his
progeny screams, "But, daddy,
why can't we have a television
set in our house?"
Jan snickered:
"Fat. ugh. Double ugh. The
skinnier you are in Hollywood,
the sexier. Never mind what's
being said about the camera not
putting 15 pounds on you. You
still have tp be skin and bones.
"It's the sticks who have the
glamor. Look at Marlene Diet-
rich and Garbo. Maybe they're
too skinny, but they have glamor.
Think of Carole Lombard and
Jean Harlow. Those girls didn't
wear anything underneath, If you
know what I mean."
Jan looked down at her thin",
trim form that moviegoers will
be ogling in Paramount's "Ace
in the Hole," and said something
that sounded like "Hot ziggedy."
She's as pleased with her chas-
sis as the wolves who pucker up
and whistle when the walks by.
There's not enough flesh on her
to allow a screenwriter to insert
a good, old fashioned, ribald
{ilnchmg scene in one of her pic-
But Jan wouldn't change the
way her skin dings to her skele-
ton for a single ounce of Lana
Turner's avoirdupois. Or Judy
Both Gene Tierney and Jayne
Meadows had bragged that their
husbands were simply ecstatic
about their bloat.
"Yeah?" said Jan. "I've got a
husband too. Name of Paul Doug-
las. He likes me this way."
Jan wasn't ready to leave it at
that and skip on. either.
She snorted:
"You hear guys say that they
don't want their wlves to be thin.
They want them buxom. 8ure.
Did you ever notice these same
guys at parties or In crowds?
They tum around and look at the
thinnest girl in the room."
I thought fast.
A^ene and Jayne were gome
down in inglorious defeat.
"I'm p. big eater." she admitted.
"I hate to pass up food. But I'd
rather be skinny than fat." .
Suddenly she shuddered and
"My first picture in Hollywood
was 'Johnny Belinda.' I was 25
pounds heavier than I am now.
You know what I looked like?
Ill tell vou.
"I looked like a big, pudgy cow."
"Storks Don't Talk" is the title
of a new movie being filmed in
London. In Hollywood, they hire
a press agent to publish a time-
table six months in advance.
Pern: Capitalists
Linked To Protest
La Prensa Closure
President Juan D. Peron has
said the widespread protest
against the closing of the news-
paper La Prensa proves that
"the capitalists have organized
the whole world."
He told a delegation from the
Streetcar and Omnibus Union
that the workers must create an
"organization superior to cap-
italism" if they want to control
the world.
"The workers believe they
have international organiza-
tions, but the capitalists have
broken all of them by buying
their leaders." Peron said.
By contrast, the President
added, the "internatonal
Today, Tuesday, July If
3:30Music For Tuesday
4:00Radio University
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
8:00Panamusica Story Time
fl:I5Evening Salon
7:00Swiss Family Robinson
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News (VOA)
8:15What's On Your Mind
8:45Time For Business (VOA)
9:00Symphony Hall (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
9:45Sports, Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00Variety Bandbox (BBC)
10:30Cavalcade of America
11:00The Owl's Nest
Midnight Sign Off
Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 11"
6:00Sign On
6:00Alarm Clock Club .
7:30Morning Salon
8:15News (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News and Off the Record
11:00News and off the Record
11:30Meet the Band*
12:00News and Luncheon Mu-
are tightly organized.
"Sometimes I step on the foot
of a capitalist here, and an-
other one cries out in London."
he said. "Take La Prensa case
for examplewe stepped on
Galnza Paz's feet here and they
cried out In all the countries of
the world.
"That proves they've organiz-
ed, and that they defend each
other. The workers everywhere
bui mey maintain that a mov- are weak before the prepotency
le charmer has more acting ener-I and pover of the international
gy when she'serwhen she | capitalists.
12:30Popular Music
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00Cross Country UJ3.A.
2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes on Jazz
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little 8how
3:30Music for Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:15French In the Air (VOA)
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:35What's Your Favorite
8:00Lean Back and Listen
8:15Evening Salon
7:00Songs of France
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS and Commentary
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Short Storieg USA (VOA)
8:45Fun With Music (VOA)
9:00Jo Stafford (VOA)
9:15Radio Forum (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owlrs Nest
1:00 a.m. Sign Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broad casUng
S i x non-resident boatmen
were reported beaten up by
pickets yesterday and the Mis-
sissippi member of the Gulf
States Fisheries Compact Com-
mission said that he had heard
threats against his lile. Alleged
underselling by out-of-state
boats and restriction of Missis-
sippi fishermen in other waters
were Issues In the dispute.
Jackson County Sheriff Guy
Krebs called on Wright tor help
in restoring order and the gov-
ernor flew hero for an emer-
gency conference today.
Operators estimated 4,000 to
5.000 fishermen, pickers, can-
ners and other processors were
idled as Mississippi boatmen
swarned ashore and closed
plants here and a't other Mis-
sissippi Gulf Coast ports. Picket
lines still girdled the canneries
Union shrimpers here charge
$35 to $55 for a 210 pound bar-
rel of shrimp, the union con-
tended, chile non-resident boais
have been selling a 260-pound
barrel at $17 to $28.50.
Furthermore, union officers
said, non-resident shrimpers
who buy Mississippi licenses can
fish any of the state's waters
\vhile Mississippi boats can work
only a few restricted spots off
the Louisiana coast. State fish-
erman also pay $2.500 per boat
and $200 per man annual' fees
to unload In Louisiana ports,
while non-residents can unload
In Mississippi free, the union
A spokesman for Louslana
shrimp Interests said that his
state and Mississippi have a re-
ciprocal agreement which per-
mits Mississippi boats to work
south of a line from the eastern
mouth of the Pearl River, the
boundary between the states.
Due to the confirmation of the'
coast, he said, this "practically"
permits them to fish Louisiana
As to special fees, he said that
if the Mlssisslppians pay any-
thing "Where are the receipts"
But the main issue was the
"All we want is to have the
out-of-state shrimpers join our
union and help us maintain our
scale of prices for shrimp." said
Lewis Simmons, president of the
Jackson local.
The union said it had not au-
thorized any violence and "the
only union member who was
violent yesterday has been bar-
red from the picket lines."
Down the coast In Alabama,
trawler crews and packing
plants were still operating de-
spite a "tense" atmosphere.
Fisherman there belong to the
Mobile Bay Seafood Union
lAFL). Union President Erwin
Bosarge said he would call off
union-manned boats if any
fishermen "trv to ruin the
market by undersselling."
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Puerto Rican Police Chief
Gets Catholic Bishops Fire
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, July
10 (UP)Catholic Bishop James
P. Davis criticized Police Chief
Salvador T. Rolg today for his
summary treatment of an al-,
llegedly "subversive" Puerto
Rican priest.
Father Victoriano M. Santia-
go Arce was refused admission
to the heavily-guarded Govern-
ment House grounds late last
month, when he appeared at
the gate clad in khaki trousers
and a sport shirt and sought
to visit the Convent of the Ser-
vants of Mary.
Santiago told newspapermen
that he was cursed and man-
handled by police guards. Roig
denied that the priest was mis-
treated, and said the police
merely had followed his orders
to keep Santiago out of the
grounds because of his "repeat-
ed subversive statements against
the Government."
Davis refused comment today
on the "subversive" charge. He
criticized Santiago for falling
to wear the proper priestly garb
and for making unauthorized
statsments to the press.
The blshOD reserved most of
his criticism, however, for Role's
handling of the matter.
"The police chief should have
acted in a very different man-
ner," Davis said. "He should
have remembered that this case
concerned a priest.
"He should have given in-
structions not to admit Father
Santiago to the Fortaleza (Gov-
ernment House) but to admit
him to the convent...with a
police escort, if he really be-
lieves (Santiago) Is such a dan-
gerous person.
"I do not believe he should
have given such curt orders
without taking into account the
professional character of the
reverend father."
100 Pennies Outsell
$1 In Puerto Rico
co. Julv 10 (UP)The lowly
penny was the subject of a
"price war" in reverse In this
northwest Puerto Rican town
The shortage,of pennies here
has become so acute that the
local branch of the Ponce Credit
and Savings Bank offered today
to pav $1.02 for every 100 pen-
nies brought in.
A merchant promptly upped
the ante to $1.05. The town's
other storekeepers had not yet
"been heard from.
Texas Nisei Is
First To Win
Navy Wings
Ensign Joe Akagl. a Navy V-5
trainee from Sheldon. Texai
became the first Japanese-
American to Qualify as a Navy
flyer when he won his golden
wings at Pensacola In October
Joe's storv is not much dif-
ferent than the hundreds of
other young Americans whose-
fondest dreams are realized
when they proudly receive their
Navy wings. He qualified for en-
rollment in the now concluded
V-5 program and subsequently'
was assigned to study aero-
nautical engineering at Texas
A Se M University. Finishing his
training there, he became a
midshipman at the Naval Avla-^
tlon School in Pensacola.
After graduation Joe was as-
signed to the U. S. Naval Ale
Station. Alameta, California,
where his squadron commander
recently remarked "Joe Is a good
Dilot and we are hanpv to have
him." Ensign Akagl is happy tal
serve his country and proud to,
wear his Navy wings.
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Robinson Choice To Retain Crown Against Turpin
Harry Heilmann, Former
>AL Star, Dies In Detroit
DETROIT. July 10 (UP)-Fans
and players will join in a minute
of silence today In memory of
.Barry Heilmann former Amer-
ican League batting star who died
yesterday at Detroit. Heilmann
rated one of the great right-
Jianded hitters of the game'
Hornsby. Ty Cobb, Larry Lajole.
Bill Terry and George Staler.
Most of the major league own-
ers were busy attending meetings
when the news of Hellmann's
death reached them. The number
one problem facing the owners In
then- current sessions Is naming
Al Corsale won the champion-
ship of the Pan American world
Airways Invitational tournament
when he defeated Charlie Mac-
a have been honored In a special | a successor to retiring A. B. Chan- Murray 4 and 2 at Gamboa Sun-
Zl_____ .> tsvtav's Ail-Star riler as commissioner of baseball, dav to bring to a close one of the
Al Corsale Vidor Af Gamboa;
G. Riley, Gal indo Also Win
Jeremony at "today's All-Star
. Came at Detroit.
His death shocked top baseball
.executives. Commissioner A. B.
Chandler said, Heilmann was a
Kie gentleman, a great player
d announcer."
. Heilmann had been the so-cali-
Lkd voice of the Tigers the past 10
Jfcears as he broadcast all the De-
troit games.
' American League President
Will Harridge said he was shock-
ed to learn of Heilmann' death
For many years he was one of
I the outstanding stars of the
I American League." Harridge said.
V'And later he became a great
broadcaster. His passing la a real
Km to the game.'
Heilmann as born at San
Francisco on August 3. 1894. He
broke in with Portland in 1913.
And he played regularly with the
fietroit Tigers from 1916 through
During his major league ca-
. reer Heilmann built a lifetime
batting average of .342. He won
'the American League batting
J, crown four times in 1921 with
9.394. in 1923 with 403, in 1925
with .393 and in 1927 with .398.
Heilmann was the only Amer-
6an League player besides Ted
i Mams of Boston to top .400 in
the last 20 seasons. In fact, only
even players in modern baseball
have topped that magic .400 fig-
ure. The others were Rogers
dler as commissioner of baseball.
There were no recommenda-
tions from the four-man screen-
ing committee picked to nomin-
day to bring to a close one of the
finest tourneys ever staged on an
Isthmian golf course.
This match attracted a great
Ned Garver Opposses Roberts
In Today's 18th All-Star Game
ate the new commissioner. But deal of Interest from golfers and
there were discussions outside ans alike, and had the largest
there were discussions ouisme me, ana naa tne largest DETROIT, July 10 (UP) The
the official meetings about what gallery of followers of any match starting pitchers have been nam-
type of commissioner baseball played during the entire tourna- ed for today's All-Star Game at
f,ht ,.,* ment. Corsale was playing his Detroit. American League Man-
last match on the Isthmus, as he ager Casey Stengel picked Ned
is leaving today for Texas on a carver of the St. Louis Browns,
new assignment. i while National League Manager
While his game was not as ac-1 Eddie Sawyer picked Robin Rob-
curate as It has been in his pre-; erts of his own Philadelphia Phll-
vious matches, his score was only eg.
two over par when the match
might want.
"I don't see how we can pick a
commissioner until we have clar-
ified what his duties are and
what we want in a commission-
er." said one owner.
"When we first got a commis-
sioner they wanted a legal man
and we got him. Then, they want-
ed a greeter," he went on. "and
they got him. Now we can't pick
until they know what they want."
He added. "Maybe we need an-
other legal man. ..somebody to
handle the suits against Us and
get us out of them."
Instead of listening to recom-
mendations for a new commis-
sioner, club owners discussed
baseball's legal problems at sep-
arate league meetings, particu-
larly the reserve clause.
It was understood baseball
Thompson-Peralta Return
Contest May Be Sell-Out
Middleweight Champion
Heavy 4-To-l Favorite
Charlie, on the other hand. had.
some difficulty with his long
game; on one occasion, after he
had pushed his third shot into
the rough on No. 14, the ball came
to rest in an unplayable lie and
he was forced to shoot back down
the hill, In order to approach the
green. This unfortunately came
at a critical point In the match,
when Charlie was two down.
The loss of No .14 put him three
down and with Al hitting and
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Former Juan Franco
Racer Leguisamo In
Aqueduct Upset Win
Former Juan Franco cam-
paigner Leguisamo recently
scored a longshot victory at
Aqueduct Race Track in New
York over a distance of one-
Leguisamo, still owned by
former Panam resident H. L.
Harvell who took him up to the
Stales some time ago, paid
146.20, $22.30 a'id $8.76 across
the board and turned the dis-
tance In the fair lime of
1:55 2-5 over a fast track. The
purse was $3.500.
The win was scored on Fri-
day, June 22 in a 12-horse field.
Leguisamo. trained by J. S.
Nash, broke well and was up
with I he leaders early, took the
lead at the half and scored by
two lengths In the eighth race
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the reserve clause specifically le-
gal. Another topic up for com-
ment was the effect of television
on attendance. Some owners are
objecting strongly to television
and are leading a fight to ban it.
A United Press survey showed
todav that attendance in major
league parks is off nearly 10 per
cent from last year. The National
League average is down 12 per
cent while the American League
average has dropped seven per
cent. The percentages are based
on attendance figures announced
dallv by the clubs.
Only one National League team
has shown an increase In crowds
this yearthe Cincinnati Reds.
The New York Giants, the Pitts-
burgh Pirates and the St. Louis
Cardinals have decreased only
slightly. The Boston Braves
showed the most tremendous
drop in either league41 per cent.
The three National Leag-ue clubs
which showed a significant drop
in addition to the Braves were
the Brooklyn Dodgers, Chicago
Cubs and Philadelphia Phils.
The Dodgers--despite their
lead in the pennant racexdrop-
ped about 11 per cent from last
year's average attendance fig-
ures. The Cubs are off about 16
per cent and the Phillies 15.
The American League picture
was more stable. The Chicago
White Sox showed an average
gain of more than 50 per cent.
The Philadelphia Athletics were
up 10. and the New York Yankees
and St. Louis Browns were run-
ning Just about even with their
figures of last year.
The Detroit Tigers suffered the
biggest drop in the American
League, falling off 33 per cent.
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The 15th was halved leaving
Charlie 3 down w.ith 3 to go. On
the 16th Charlie pushed his sec-
ond shot into the rough and with
the coconut trees blocking his di-
rect approach to the pin. was
forced to shoot to the left corner
of the green. His putt for the win
was short and when Al parred the
hole the match was over.
Al received a wholehearted con-
gratulation from Charlie; from
the followers of the match, and
from all who have been conscious
of the excellent brand of golf
Corsale has played throughout
the tournament.
In the First Flight, George Ril-
ey defeated Bob Spain 3 and 2.
Riley took an early lead and al-
though Spain reduced the lead
again, to a 1-up status, Bob was
finally overcome by George's per-
sistence and accurate putting.
The Second Flight match be-
tween G. Galindo and Bubb fluc-
tuated from 3-up for Bubb to a
win for Galindo 3 and 2. Bubb
started with a bang and won the
first three holes. Gallndo's ap-
proaches and putts were a little
off line which accounted for rus
losses. After the sixth, Galindo s
game began to click and he lost
no more holesit was either a
halve or a win for him. This was
a eruelling match for both play-
ers Bubb's putting that stood
him in good stead during the ear-
ly play, went a little sour; GaUn-
do's stubborn determination, his
accurate approaching and putt-
ing and the vitality sapping heat
all took their toll. There no
doubt that tournament golf is a
young man's game.
The Third Flight match result-
ed In Pete Riley winning from
Eddie Durham 3 and 2. Both
players experienced some putter
trouble, but Pete's accuracy with
his long irons was the deciding
In the Fourth Flight, Boram
experienced little trouble with
Engeike and won 3 and 2. All
matches for the day ended on the
I 16th green. In this particular
, match Boram took the lead on
I No. 1 and had Engeike 4-down
i going into No. 6. Engeike won 7
and 8 to be 2-down on the turn
Boram 'i game was consistent and
his putting was deadly. With En-
geike 2-down going into the letn,
Boram won this hole to close the
After the last match was com-
pleted, a buffet luncheon was
served during which Elton Todd.
senior representative for Pan
American World Airways, pres-
ented the trophies to the win-
ners and the runners-up in each
flight. Todd stated that Pan
American World Airways had
been happy to sponsor the tour-
nament and had been delighted
with the enthusiastic support it
had received from Isthmian golf-
dom. He had noted with great
satisfaction the intense spirit oi
competition in all matches as well
as the general attitude and feel-
ing ol goodfellowshlp shown by
players and spectators alike. He
sincerely hoped that next year he
would again be privileged to pres-
ent trophies to as enthusiastic a
group as was present.
Corsale was called to the mike
to say farewell.' Al stated he
would always remember his stay
on the Isthmus for the many ac-
quaintances he had made. He
could truthfully say he had never
lived In any place before where
the spirit of friendliness and
goodfellowshlp equaled what he
experienced here. He would miss
all his friends and wished them
all luck. Al received enthusiastic
applause from his fellow golfers.
The Tournament Committee or;
the Gamboa Golf and Country .
Club desires to express their ap- I
preclatlon to all Isthmian golf-
ers. It was they, who by their
sportsmanship, enthusiasm and !
willing cooperation made the t
PAA tournament a success. Pan ;
American World Airways has
promised to make this an annual
event and the committee hopes
that next vear's tournament will
be as weli received as wm this
Garver has won 11 and lost on-
ly four so far this year with the
last place Brownies. Roberts has
won 10 and lost seven with ijhe
The Yankees' Stengel and
Sawyer made their choices
from the list of eight pitchers
available to each. Roberts got
the nod over right-hander Don
Newcombe of Brooklyn who has
won 12 and lost four.
The choice for Stengel was even
more difficult to make. He was
limited to one pitcher from each
team and his selections left out
such brilliant possibilities s Bob
Feller of Cleveland and hla own
Vic Raschi.
The choice of Garver will be a
popular one with the fans. The
baby-faced youngster has won
half of his team's entire total for
the season so far. and has an ex-
cellent chance of joining one of
baseball's most exclusive clubs...
pitchers who have won 20 games
with last place teams.
8o far, onlv three pitchers have
turned the trick. The three are
Hollis Thurston who won 30 with
the 1923 Boston Red Sox and J.
Perry a 2l-game winner with the
1818 Philadelphia A's. No other
eltcher in modern baseball hls-
jry. Including the famous Wal-
ter Johnson, managed to win 20
with a last-place team.
In addition to the pitchers the
managers also released their bat-
ting' order for the opening three
innings. The American League .
leadoff man will be centerfielder
Dom DIMaggio of Boston. He'll be
followed bv second baseman Nel-
son Fox of Chicago, third base-
man George Kell of Detroit, left
fielder Ted Williams of Boston,
catcher Larry Berra of New York,
right fielder Vic Werts of Detroit,
first baseman Ferris Fain of Phil-
adelphia, shortstop Chico Car-
rasquel of Chicago and Ned Garv-
The first man up for the Na-
tional League will be center
fielder Richie Ashburn of the
Philadelphia Phils. He will be
followed by shortstop Alvin Dark
of New York, left fielder Stan
Musial of St. Louis, second base-
man Jackie Robinson of Brook-
lyn, first baseman Gil Hodges of
Brooklyn, third baseman Bob El-
liott of Boston, right fielder Del
Ennls of Philadelphia, catcher
Roy Campanella of Brooklyn and
Under the rules of the game the
startersexcept for the pitchers
must play three Innings. Then
the managers can substitute
freely from their 25 player
squads. M
Game time Is 2:30 p.m. (EDT),
130 p.m. (Panama tlmei and the
National Leaguers are looking for
their second straight win. The
American League has won 12 of
the 17 games played.
The early demand for tickets
to the return bout between Luis
Thompson and Leonel Peralta
Sunday night at the Panam
Gym poses the problem of an al-
most certain sellout because of
the redtrced capacity of the local
The first fight between Peralta
and Thompson was such a thrill-
packed humdinger that all who
were fortunate enough to be pres-
ent for the first battle are sure to
be back for the second and twice
as many more will be on hand to
see the return engagement.
Early odds on the fight Indi-
cate that by fight time the bet-
Little League
The Pacific Little League All-
Stars, Canal Zone champions
who will participate in the
States-wide Little World Series
Tournament late this month
and early August in the north-
ern New Jersey sector, are
scheduled to play an inter-
squad game at Symington Field,
Navy West Bank, at 3 p.m. to-
The game
be played In
the support
the Navy has given the Little
League Fund drive.
ting will be about even either
way. Meanwhile, the two battlers
are busy sharpening their tools
for this big "make or break" op-
The winner has been promised
a bout with either Wilfredo Brew-
ter or Lightweight Champion
Wilfredo Brown. Brewster is one
of the leading contenders for the
135-pound crown.
The bout is the first of a series
to clear up the lightweight situa-
tion. Other 135-pounders who
may get a chance at the lime-
light are Young Sampson. Kid
Allen, Indian Hlnestroza, Baby
Hawkins. Beto Scantlebury, and
Carlos Watson.
Scantlebury and Watson clash
In Sunday's main six-round se-
mifinal. This bout should be a
real thriller because both boys
are shooting for an opportunity
to get In the "big money."
The other semifinal brings to-
gether James Milton and Vicen-
te Worrell. Milton Is a hard-
punching lad who is on his way
up. The same can be said for
Worrell who had a string of six
straight wins before a "Colon de-
cision" cut his string against
Gregorio Perez his last time out.
Fidel Morris and Victor Ardi-
nes round out the card In the i
four-round preliminary.
heavy favorite with odds ranging
from 2' to 4-to-l to successfully
defend his 160-pound title
against British and European
Middleweight Champion Ran-
dolph Turpin.
Turpin had a four and one-
quarter pound advantage in
weights when he and Robinson
weighed in this morning at Pro-
moter Jack Solomon's gymnasi-
um for the 15-round champion-
ship bout at Earls Court indoor
arena tonight.
Solomon predicted that the
bout would draw as big a crowd*
as the most recent Important
fights In the united States. Tick-
ets for the battle were sold out
from the first day they were put
on sale and only the 18,000 capa-
city of the arena prevents an all-
time British record.
During the past three days
Britain has begun shaking its
bead disapprovingly at the drena
antics surrounding the bout.
Turpin has been training at
Grwych (Grooch) Castle In a
huge suite and bathing In a rose-
tinted tub once used by Queen
Both fighters will have escorts
of six motorcyclists from their
hotels to the arenawhich could
have been filled several times by
demanding fansand will instead
draw a gate of 90,000 pounds
sterling at a ten-guineas top.
Randolph Turpin
Turpin trained at Gwrych Cas-
tle, Abergele, North Wales, for
his fight with Ray Robinson.
Sugar Ray defends the world
m 1 d d 1 ewelght championship
against Turpin at Earl's Court,
London, today. The Leaming-
ton Negro Is the British and
European titleholder. (NEA)
LONDON, July 10 (UP)World
Middleweight Champion Sugar
Ray Robinson was installed a
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American League
Won Lost Pet.
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Chicago........ 48
Boston......... M7
New York...... 45
Cleveland...... 44
Detroit........ 34
Washington..... 31
Philadelphia .... 29 48 .377
St. Louis........ 22
29 .688
32 .57
38 .471
44 .418
52 .297
National League vs. American
National League
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St. Louis........48
Philadelphia .. .. 35
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Captain and Nn. Eisner G. Abbott held open heme Su-
dar afternoon at their residence In Diablo Heights, honoring
their houit guests, Mr. and Mn. Henry Z. Jones. Jr.. and
their son, Henry, of San Leandro. California. Mr. and Mrs.
Jonci and their son have mado an air tour of Caribbean
countries and will bo with Captain ani Mrs. Abbott for It
day* before learin for California. Mrs. Jones and Mr*.
Abbott are sisters.
Distinguished Visitor
Leaves for South America
Dr. Juan Jose Areevalo. former
President of Guatemala, who has
been a visitor in Panama for sev-
eral days, left this morning to
Join his wife in Argentina. He
was accompanied to Panama by
a party which Included the Gua-
temalan Ambassador to Chile
and Mrs. Adolfo Garcia Monte-
negro and Ismael Oonzalez Are-
Dr. Arevalo was the guest of
honor at several social affairs
during his brief stay here, among
them an Informal party given
Saturday at the Legation by the
Minuter of Guatemala to Pana-
ma, Oscar Benltez Bone.
companled by their daughter.
Miss Teresa Herring.
Entertain at
Hotel El Panama
The Ambassador of Spain to
Panama and the Countess de Ra-
bago entertained Informally at
dinner Sunday at Hotel El Pana-
Retara from Europe
Mrs. Enrique de la Guardia and
her daughter. Miss Rita de la
Guardia have- returned from a
vacation trip to Europe.
Mr. Dempsey Entertains
for Visitors
Judge Justin Miller and Forney
A. Rankln. visitors In Panama,
were the guests of honor at a lun-
cheon given yesterday at Hotel
El Panama by Joseph J. Dempsey.
Public Affairs officer of the Uni-
ted 8tateg Embassy In Panama.
Judge Miller is Chairman of
the Board of the National Asso-
ciation of Radio and Television
Broadcasters and a member of
the United States Advisory Com-
mission on Information. Mr. Ran-
kln is PubUc Affairs officer of
the United States Embassy
Miss Mensei to Visit
in Ancon
Miss Emma Mensei, who is a
student nurse at St. Joseph's Hos-
pital in Baltimore. Maryland, ar-
rived today on the 88 Panama to
spend two weeks vacation-with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kun
Menzel, in Ancon. She was vc-
companied by a cousin. Miss Oi-
ga Marie Brunning. who will be
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Men-
zel for several months.
Garden Club Dinner
This Evening
The monthly dinner and meet-
ing cf the Cardenas River Gar-
den Club will be held at 5:30 p.m.
today at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Morgan at Mira-
flores. There will be a lesson in
plant potting and members are
asked to bring their own plants
and flowerpots.
Officers Wires Club
Meets at Fort Kobbc
The Fort Kobbe Officers Wives
Club held its monthly business
meeting and coffee Thursday
morning at the post Officers
Club. Mrs. William Bach, presi-
dent, Introduced as new members
of the club the Mesdames E, fiu-
tor, R. Goodrich. L. Andrew. K.
Barber. R. Kayanam and Doris
Plans were discussed for the
coming month, commencing with
a white-elephant, bingo party to
be held after the July luncheon.
Hostesses for the coffee were
Mrs. William Bradley and Mrs.
Charles Cook. Mrs. Paul Chris-
tie and Mrs. W. Arbendt presid-
ed at the coffee services. .
John C. Buechele will be given by
his many friends and associates
at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Pa-
nama Golf Club.
Anyone who wishes to attend
the party may contact 8. Martin
Ives. telephone 2-1818 or 2-2831.
Mr. Buechele retired at the end
of June as Architect In the En-
ineerlng Division after almost
S years with the Canal organi-
Sixty Attend Fish-Fry
at Balboa Yacht Club
Sixty people attended the Bal-
boa Yacht Club's July fish-fry at
the Canal-side clubrooms Sun-
day evening. Marlln steaks were
served, with officers of the club
performing the culinary duties.
The marlln was supplied by
member Barnev Forgegon, who
landed the 749-pound fish two
weeks ago. from Frank Violet's
boat, the "Seri."
Wage Price Controls Survive
Temporarily In House Attack
Miss Healy and Fiance
Honored at Cocktail Party
Mr. and Mrs. George Berman
honored Miss Maria Teresa Hea-
ly and her fiance, Roberto Ra-
mon Alemn, at a cocktail party
which they gave last evening at
their residence in Bella Vista.
Mrs. Eugene Entertaining
for Mis* Durkin
Mrs. George Eugene Is enter-
lning- a small group of her
nds at a buffet supper tonight
her apartment in Balboa,
onoring her house guest. Miss
Louise Durkin of Port Chester,
New York.
Miss Durkin arrived today-on
the 88 Panama for a visit of two
weeka with Mrs. Eugene.
To Visit
In Now York
Mrs. Richardson Selee and
Miss Greta Navarro of Balboa
Heights are sailing Friday on the
88 Panama to visit for several
weeks with relatives In New
York. Colonel Selee plans to Join
them later this month and they
will return to the Isthmus in
Mrs. Cotton Honored
on Hor Birthday
A group of 24 friends gave a
surprise buffet supper Sunday
evening at the honie of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Cotton in Balboa for
Mrs. Cotton in celebration of
her birthday anniversary.
AU Star Circle
Holding Luncheon
The All Star Circle will hold a
luncheon and business meeting
Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple in Balboa,
Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Russell Lord
entertained Friday afternoon at
their home in Balboa for their
son, Sklppy. on his 8th birthday
anniversary. With their son their
guests included:
PrlsciUa Koperskl. Francis Gib-
lin. Joan Glbiln, Dotty Rose. Pa-
tricia Rose. Kathleen McConaghy,
Janice Scott, Irene Hasemann,
Myra Nichols, Helen Adams. Ka-
ren Renter Judy Henter. Robert
Sprague. Ronald Tremblay. Bd-
win Idol. Bobble Bohan, Jackie
DeVore, Bobble Adams, Curtis
Fitzgerald. George Fitzgerald,
John Fitzgerald, Robert Lincoln,
Richard Scott, Duffy Nichols and
Guy Durham.
Returns from New York
Luis Vogel of Las Cumbres re-
turned by airplane Sunday night
from New York where he was
called last week because of the
serious illness of his mother.
Son Born to
Colonel and Mrs. Taylor
Colonel William B. Taylor. Air
Attache of the United 8tates Em-
bassy in Melbourne, Australia,
and Mrs. Taylor announce the
birth of a son. William Lee, in
Melbourne on July 8. The baby is
their third child and their sec-
ond son. Mrs. Taylor, nee Jan-
ice Koperskl. is a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Koperskl of
Colonel Taylor's tour of duty in
Australia will end In November,
when they expect to return to the
* .United States.
Irs. Di Scala Arrives
-om the United States
,Mrs. Antonio di Scala arrived
_tVom the United States yesterday
fto Join her husband who is exe-
cutive assistant manager of Ho-
tel El Panama.
Sailing Friday
After a residence here of 28
years. Mrs. G. P. Herring is sail-
ing Friday on the SS Panama to
join Mr. Herring who left re- |
cently lor Florida. She will be ac-
Psn Women to Meet
This Evening
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Branch, Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women, will be held in the Little
Oallery at the Hotel Tlvoli this
evening at 7:30.
Board Meeting Tomorrow
at I.A.W.C. Headquarters
The Board of Directors of the
Inter-American Women's Club
will meet at 9 a.m. tomorrow at
the club's headquarters on Sha-
ler Road.
Woman's Club Meeting
Wednesday Morning
The Balboa Woman's Club is to
meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday morn-
ing at the J.W.B. with Captain
McDonald of the Provost Mar-
shal's Office as the guest speak-
Children's Home Board
to Meet Wednesday
A meeting of the Bella Vista
Children's Home Board will be
held Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in
Bishop Morris Hall of St. Luke's
Regard For Acheson
Grows In Congress
As Korea War Wanes
Congressmen have a much high-
er regard for Secretary of State
Dean Acheson now that the Ko-
rean war appears to be on the
way toward settlement, Admin-
istration Democrats said today.
Rep. John J. Rooney, D., N.Y.,
told newsmen he is "optimistic"
about getting the House to reject
a Republican-led move to take a
personal slap at Acheson by cut-
ting off his salary.
"I am confident that we are in
a position now to defeat any of
these anti-Acheson riders the
Republicans have been talking
about," said Rooney, who is chair-
man of the House Appropriations
Subcommittee which handles
funds for the State Department.
The fiscal 1952 appropriations
bill for the State, Justice and
Commerce Departments is sched-
uled to be considered by the full
House Appropriations Committee
today and by the House itself In
a few days.
Hearings on the bill were com-
pleted weeks ago, but the Demo-
crats delayed action on it on the
theory that Acheson's personal
relations with Congress might
show some improvement. They
feel that events of the last few
days have justified their strategy.
One Southern Democrat, who
asked not to be identified by
name but who often opposes the
Administration, agreed with
Rooney that the House Is unlike-
ly now to make a personal dig at
Acheson. .
Rooney said that even a few
Republicans have told him they
now are opposed to making Ach-
eson an issue in consideration of
the funds.
Prior to the talk of a truce in
Korea, Republicans were confi-
dent the House would go on rec-
ord in favor of Acheson's removal
from office.
Republicans conceded that the
courts may rule out a flat ban
against paying Acheson a sala-
ry. But, their principal objective
is to get Congress on record on
the Acheson Issue, regardless
whether the courts find the ac-
tion unconstitutional
WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP).The Administration won the
first controla test in th eHouse yesterday when the lawmakers
defeated an amendment which would have ordered the President
to ssupend wage-price curbs at least temporarily.
The action, bv a vote of 16 to 149, came as Democratic
loaders conceded defeat in their fight to keep Price Adminis-
trator Michael V. DiSalle's powers to rollback beef prices. But
they still hoped to retain such authority over non-farm prices.
The initial House test on new controls legislation came on
an amnedment sponsored by Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott. K., Mich. It
stipulated that direct wage-price controls could not be applied
unless and until the Administration had tried to stabilize the
economy through "indirect" measures, such as raising interest
rates on Federal Bonds.
Chairman Brent Spence. D Ky., of (he House Banking Com-
mittee, warned that the Wolcott amendment would "scuttle"
present wage-price ceilings by requiring that they be suspended
The House began voting on' month and many members want
to cancel it.
There were these develop-
1) House Speaker 8am Ray-
bum of Texas said he hopes
lhe House will give President
Truman "stronger" controls
powers than those voted bv the
Senate. But unlike other Demo-
cratic leaders, he would not pre-
dict the probable outcome.
2) Economic Stabilizer Eric
Johnston joined with DiSalle in
appealing for strong controls.
Johnston said "all beta are off"
in the drive to hold down prices
If the controls law is weakened.
But he seemed willing to accept
an extension of the present law.
3) DiSalle said in a speech at
Duluth, Minn., that "failure to
give us an effective stabiliza-
tion act certainly would start
us off aagln on the road to
higher prices." He has said the
Senate bill merely would permit
him to stabilize prices at higher
and higher levels.
In addition to the rollback
Issue, Ihe House is expected to
force the Administration to re-
lax some of its present controls,
including credit curbs on new
and used automobiles and other
consumer goods such as TV and
household appliances.
Its version of a new controls law
amid a flood of last-minute ap-
Seals from top stabilization of-
iciis for strong anti-inflation
The Senate already has ap-
proved an eight-month exten-
sion of the law which would stive
the President far less power
than he requested over wages,
prices and rents. Among other
things, It would ban all future
price rollbacks.
The Administration contends
this would cost consumers bil-
lions in planned price reductions
and add a dollar a day to every
housewife's budget.
The House leaders, who have
been battling uphill in the face
of a generally hostile member-
ship, said they now believe the
House will vote to restore roll-
back authority over non-farm
prices and perhaps defeat a
drive to cancel the beef price
rollback alreadv In effect.
But they admitted there is
no chance the chamber will let
DiSalle go ahead with his plan
to roll back beef prices 4,,i per
cent each on Aug. 1 and Oct. 1
in an effort to reduce retail beef
price by eight to 10 cents a
pound. The first 10 Der cent
rollback went into effect last
Cop Fights, Jails Mayor
Over A UegedSOB Crack
Medical-Student on Visit
Irving Rappaport, a student at
the Bellevue Medical Hospital In
New York, arrived this week for
a short visit with his uncle. Abbe
Sangerof Panama.
Argentina Builds
Commercial Links
With Red Hungary
"Plans for a "substantial in-
crease" in trade between Argen-
tina and Communist Hungary
were revealed today with the
publication of an exchange of di-
plomatic notes.
The diplomatic exchange calls
for expansion of the present Ar-
gentine-Hungarian trade treaty
to provide for the exchange of
more than $19,000,000 a year
worth of Argentine farm prod-
ucts for Hungarian manufactur-
ed equipment of approximately
equal value.
Argentina exported $4,118,000
worth of meat, hides and other
agricultural products to Hungary
last year, hi exchange for diesel
locomotives and other manufac-
tured goods.
WIZO Anniversary
Celebration Tomorrow
The Women's International
Zionist Organization of Panama
will celebrate its 3rd anniversa-
ry tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. in the
Casino of Hotel El Panama. A
planned program of entertain-
ment will be offered and refresh-
ments will be served. All mem-
bers and their friends are cor-
dially Invited.
Stag Party Planned
for John C. Buechele
A stag retirement
party for
With any parchase over $100.00 you wil ret a
beautiful lamp with our compliments
La Boca Class In
Flower Arrangement
Meets Wednesdays
A flower arrangement class has
been organized in La Boca, and
will meet for instructions in St.
Peter's Church parish hall each
Wednesday at 7:30 pjn., begin-
ning tomorrow.
Lasting about eight weeks, the
course will be given by Mrs.
Charles Morgan of Ancon Green-
house. Anyone may enroll, and
there is no charge.
HAVERHILL. Mass., July 10
UPt The police chief and
mayor of this society center
fought it out for 15 or 20 min-
utes in the executive offices to-
day and an alderman lost his
shirt trying to break it up.
When the fight finally ended.
Police Chief William J. Collins,
who said he tried to act like "a
perfect gentleman" and do his
"duty" throughout, led Mayor
Joseph L. Willett off to jail.
Collins, a veteran of 35 years
on the force, denied that he
precipitated the fight by calling
Willett a "liar" and a "S.O.B."
as the mayor charged. ,
Both agreed that the cause of
the fight In which one of the
aldermen lost his shirt In try-
ing to break it ud was caused
by a disagreement over the as-
signment of police working
shifts. But from that point on,
thev differed.
Willett. an ex-Marine, said he
summoned Collins to ask him
some questions about the shifts
policemen were working.
Willett quoted Collins as say-
ing "I don't have to answer to
you. I answer to the city coun-
The mayor said Collins callad
him "a liar"about what he
wouldn't say. "And J let that
remark go because I've been
called a lot of things at city
hall." the mavor said.
But then, Willett said. Collins
called him "something worse-
trie same thing President Tru-
man called Drew Pearson. A
8. O. B. That I don't take from
anv man so I punched him."
Collins, slightly heavier than
the 170-pound mayor, denied
calling Willett any names.
"There's nothing to that." he
said. "I Just acted the part of a
perfect gentleman." .
Collins said he and Willett
wrestled for about 15 or 20 min-
utos and that at the end of the
tusoele "I did 'my duty" and
placed the mavor In a cell In
the ciliar of city hall.
Willett remained there for 15
minutes and then furnished $25
ball pending appearance tomor-
row in district court. The police
chief charged him with assault
and battery.
According to Collins, the start
of the fight was witnessed bv
Aldermen Francis J. Tralnor and
Milton C. McElroy. "Both of
these men saw him punch mei"
Collins said.
Tralnor's shirt was torn off
as he. McElrov and Aldermen
Arnold Oandella and Daniel
Thronton attempted to separate
the battlers.
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Newly Divorced
Drinker Kills Wife,
Boarder, Self
mwiMTON. Ga. July 10 (UP)
A Wilkinson County trucker shot
his wife to death, fatally wound-
ed a construction worker and
killed himself near here only five
days after his wife had obtained
a divorce decree.
Sheriff George Hatcher said
John P. Mercer, 43, fired five bul-
lets into his ex-wlfe, Mrs. 8arah
Mercer. 42, killing her Instantly.
Cecil Youngblood, one of a group
of construction workers boarding
at the Mercer home 10 miles south
of here, was shot and died on the
way to a Dublin hospital.
Third victim of the shooting
was Mercer, himself, who put the
.38 caliber pistol In his mouth and
pulled the trigger.
Sheriff Hatcher said Mrs. Mer-
cer was granted a divorce decree
last Monday. Testimony in the di-
vorce trial shows the Mercers
separated because of his drink-
ing. Officers found whisky In the
car in which Mercer drove to the
home of his ex-wlfe yesterday,
and said he apparently was
Mrs. Mercer, Youngblood and
another construction worker
not identified by 8herlff Hatch-
erwere in the living room when
the trucker wrenched open the
front door and began firing.
He shot his wife, wounding her
six times with five shots. One
bullet passed through her hand
and into her 3lde. Four pierced
her chest.
Mercer reloaded, and as Young-
blood turned to run from the
room shot him twice in the back.
The other boarder leaped
through a window to safety.
A coroner's Jury returned a ver-
dict of double murder and sui-
cide after an Inquest at the Mer-
cer home.
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No. 4 Tlvarl Aw.
Phan l-tl
Parqu* ** Ltv
No. 4 Ponrth af July Ava.
Phone 2-M41
10.85 Mclndn Ava.
Phone 2SSColon.
No. 55 Watt lh Strrtt.
No. SI "H" StreetPanam
No. I2.1J Central Ava.Colo.
fot SALI: 1946 Chryler Now
Yorker 4 door ladon, ton, 4 now
riret, radio. Al. excellent buy.
Only $385 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC, your FORD daalor on
automobile row.
FOR SALE:Buick Special Do Luxe
" 950, six months use, 5.000 miles,
many extras. Call Ft. Gulick 88-
FOR SALI:1950 Ford 2 door Da
Luxe Six Seden, black, radio, toot
covert, toed lira. Only $445
your FORD dealer on automobile
FOR SALE:1950 Mercury 6 poi-
anaar coupe, lioht fray, radio,
toot covert, good tiros. Only $600
dawn and drivo it owoy. COLPAN
_. MOTORS INC. your FORD dooler
on automobile row.
FOR SALE:Cheap, tables. Foldinfl-
dining, porcelain top, plain, coffee.
Telephone Balboa 2870. House
598 Ancon.
FOR SALE:9 eu. ft. Norge-refriger-
otor. 60 cycle, fine condition. $65.
00. Phone Albrook, 86-3112.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire 14 cubic foot
oil porcelain 25 or 60 cycle like
new. Coll 2-2663.
Wanted Position
graphic, typing and translation
work by experienced bilingual
stenographer on hourly or daily
basis. Call Miss Corita Sosso at
DRESSMAKER desires work in Ca-
nal Zone houses, rates reasonable
per day, telephone Panama 3-0496.
FOR SALE1950 Chevrolet Station
-,'. Wagon, low mileage, like new,
new tires. Call Colon 1314.
FOR SALI: 1950 Pontiac Six Da
Laxa 4 Door Sadan. black, toot
coven, good tires. A clean car.
Only $595 dawn. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC, your FORD Dealer on
automobile row._________________
FOR SALI:1949 Nosh 2 door a-
dan. light groan. 4 new tires and
Mat cavort. Only $395 down.
' FORD dealer on automobile row.
WANTED:Good cook. Must have
references. Do not apply if not
FOR SALE:Pockord 1948 convert-
ible. New tires, excellent condi-
tion. $1,400. Coll 2-1035 or 2-
The Panama Canol offers for sale
under sealed bids, to be opened 10:-
30 A. M., July 12. 1951. 7 Dump
Trucks, 9 Pickup Trucks, and 12
Canopy Express Trucks, located at
Cocoli Garage. For information and
inspection contoct Mr. R. H. Ford,
Motor Transportation Division.,
Ancon, telephone 2-2175. id forms
moy be obtained from the above
source, or from the office of Supe-
Intendent of Storehouses, Balboa, te-
lephone 2-2777.
Oo you have drinking problem?
Writ. Alcoholics Anonymous
Bo. 2031 Ancea. C. Z.
All persons holding legal claims
against "The Zorn Brothers" ore
hereby notified to subject such claims
to L. T. Fortner on or before July
29th, 1951. Effective August the
1 st I 95 I. the above mentioned troupe
will be known os "Zorn Brothers
Production," all rights reserved.
Signed, L. T. Fortner.
Help Wonted
FOR SALE:Ecuodorian straw Ham-
mock at store Eugenio Chen. 13th
Street East,- Panama.
FOR SALE:A.K.C. registered Cock-
er Spaniel Puppies, 9 weeks old,
block. Coll Albrook 86-2226.
FOR SALE:Baby Grand Piano. 6-
Pc. wicker livingroom set, portable
typewriter. Magic Chef gos stove,
youths bed, baby stroller. Phone
916. Colon.
Houses ON BEACH Sonta Clara.
' Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 2820 or
see core,taker there.
oramich'3 Sonta Clara baoch-
cottoges. Electric lea boxes, gos
stoves, moderate rates. Phono 6-
541 oi 4-567
WilMoms Santa Clora Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Roek-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beoch cottages, Santo Clora.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
, Apartments
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristbal. Phone 1386. Co-
FOR RENT:2 bedroom aportment,
nice spacious living diningroom,
Darien St. No. 8, next street from
4th of July Avenue.
i t r (. i i. i ii_ t J li^tJ <.w. (_., ., .- ----------,-------------------------------------------------
competent. Good salary. No. 75. FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiac Tudor
Peru Avenue, upstoirs.
Real Estate
Streamline. Green.
Plastic seot covers.
15,000 miles
FOR RENT: Modern, cool, inde-
pendent, and screened aportments,
No. 61. Fourth of Jufy Avenue,
Miguel Hive, phone 2-2446.
rame seat luvo. i j,w\* ,> ______________----__
1948 Cushman motor scooter..Gear .fqr RENT: Furnished opartments,
shift. Perfect tires ond engine. 0ne bedroom and two bedrooms.
FOR SALE: Modern, clean, self-
service grocery store. 5 rm. living _q_ jALE.
quarters. On moin thoroughfore ^^ hrj
in Bitteroot Valley. Hot-Springs,
fishing, hunting, mild climate.
Write A. J. Ingersoll, Hamil-
ton. Montana.
shift Perfect tires and engin
Floor model B-endix console radio-
phonograph, dork mohogony finish.
Tel. 86-3142.
LOST: Dark greyish Persian cat.
6 weeks old puppies,
good breed. 9th Street "Barrioda
Ponomo Amrico," Porque Lefevre,
Vilar family.
FOR RENT:For eighty dollars, two
room apartment, dining and liv-
ingroom, etc. Applv apartment 5
Via Espaa No. 106 across police
FOR SALE:Singer electric portable
mochine; one folding cot; 2 ma-
hogany rockers: 3 plont tobies: 2
wooden floor screen frames. 0926
Amador Road. Phone 2-1833.
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Return Andrews 116 Ridge Rood. CqR SALE: Piano upright Grand
Telephone Balboa 1239. Balboa (sma||), desk, ga? ranqe. chest
2870 or Balboa 1749. Reword. of drawers. Phone 916, Colon.
California Mobster
Mickey Cohen Gets
5 Yrs., 10G Fine
Gambler Mickey Cohen, south-
ern California's notorious little
bookmaker, was sentenced to
five vears In prison and fined
$10.000 yesterday for Income tax
Federal Judge Ben Harrison
sentenced the round-faced
gambling heir to the late Bugsv
Siegel to five years on each
of the four charges on which he
was convicted, but ordered the
sentences to be served concur-
.'.I think you've got a good
side. Mr. Cohen." the stern-faced
judge told the glum little gamb-
ler. "If officers had performed
thei' duties you wouldn't be
Cohen was convicted 10 days
ago on three counts of Income
tax evasion and one of filing a
false statement with the Treas-
ure Department and has been
eanfined to county Jail since
then vlthout ball awaiting sen-
.--Judge Harrison blamed a lack
pfMaw enforcement for Cohen's
Mergence as the reigning klne-
pm of the gambling world in
ffig West until the Federal Gov-
ernment went after him on
charges of failing to pay $156.-
000 In taxes over a three-year
period. It was the same charge
that dethroned Chicago's Al
"Los Aneles itself must take
part of the responsibility for
Mr. Cohen's predicament." the
Judge commented, "having per-
mitted him to operate with the
virtual of authori-
The judge ordered that the
fine had to be paid before Cohen
finished serving his five-year
.Asked if he had anything to
ay, the almost speechless.
Cohen merely mumbled a denial
of guilt and pointed out he had
tried to get out of gambling and
. Into a legitimate business run-
ning a drugstore in Arizona but
his reputation was against him.
Cohen was as daoper as ever
In slacks, a sports Jacket and a
striped sports shirt. As he came
Into court he waved at his wife.
Lavonne. seated in the first row
>of spectators.
But Cohen was not so cheer-
ful after he was sentenced and
led back to countv jail.
The little gambler, successor
to the murdered Benjamin
(Bugsyi Siegel as kingpin of
Southern California rackets,
"I don't mind sitting in Jail
If Justice will come out. I'm not
gulltv of tax evasion. The gov-
ernment didn't bring out In
court the'large sums I borrow-
ed. I didn't brine t*em out he-
cause I didn'i w"- r>ut other
people In the middle."
Latin American
Stamp Collection
Starts Al Florida
collectors take notice.
The University of Florida has
announced plans for the forma-
tion of a special collection of La-
tin American stamps as an extra
curricular activity of its Inter-
.Amerlcan Program.
FOR SALE:2 ponies, saddles, bud-
dies, $50 each. 9088, 10th St.
Phone 670 Colon.
Frigidoire, Bella Visto, Telephone
FOR RENT: Beautiful 3 bedroom
aportment. No. 28. 40th St. In-
formation Dr. Morales' office. Tel.
Boat* & Motors
FOR SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36
x 11. Sacrifice at $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
(Continued from Pae D)
Planned as a quasi-official ad- nl a notch below sta.
Junct of the School of Intei-;lln
American Studies, the collection n mid_0ctober. 1950. things
will be supervised by philatelists
(stamp collectors i on the campus
and others Interested.
According to David Hellyer, as-
sistant director of the School of
Inter-American Studies, who is
an ardent collector himself,
"some sort of mild derangement
is essential to the enjoyment of
philately," but adds that the col-
lection will be of value to enthu-
siasts and as a depository for
stamps of Latin American coun-
Philatelists and others Inter-
ested in stamp collecting are in-
vited to participate in the forma-
tion of the collection According
to Hellyer the collection can
serve as both an exchange and
depository for special Latin
American stamps.
The collection will be built over
the years, and according to HcllL
yer could become a "valuable cash
as well as cultural asset."
Committee for the collection,
headed by Hellyer Includes, Dr.
Robert Bradbury, associate pro-
fessor of Economics, and Ed Tay-
lor, graduate assistant on the Li-
brary staff.
Engineers' Painter
Pavid Grant Retires
With 36-Year Record
FORT GULICK. July 10 Da-
vid Grant, last employed as a
painter assigned to the Engin-
eer's office at Fort Davis recent-
ly retired after worklne 36 vPn-.
1 month and 8 days for Uncle
Sam. Grant will remain on the
Isthmus until the Spring of 1952
when he will return to his birth-
place. St. Thomas, Parish. Ja-
Orant received the congratu-
lations of all his fellow workers
and Lt. Colonel J. W. Wark. As-
sistant Operations EngineerPa-
nama, came over from the Paci-
fic Side for the express purpose
of wishing him well.
Grant also received a Letter of
Commendation from Army Head-
quarters at Fort Amador The
letter, signed by Brigadier Gen-
eral Francis A. March Chief of
Staff. U.S. Army. Caribbean,
read in part:
"...I take great pleasure In
commending you for your loyal
and exemplary service "ou
have maintained an enviable re-
cord as a hlghlv drr*
"Ice. T r......
best wishes for your happiness
nd ron: .
future endea* or..."
looked bleak for Kim. He must
have recalled his father's favor-
ite saying; "A man without a
country is like a homeless do-?."
As he sulked in that last re-
malnlne corner near Mnnchurla,
lt must hove looked tn Kim that
his father's saying would soon
fit him.
But the corner was the old,
relenle Kanegve area. Into It
the Red Chinese "volunteers"
noured. And now. el later, s Kim and his Chinen
oartnpr-rreneral strive for a
FOR RENT:Upper floor of THe
Ponama Trust Co. with or with-
out furniture. Areo 4,000 square
feet, with air conditioning and te-
lephone switchboard. Apply Pan-
ama Trust Co. for Information.
Int. Boy Scouts
Will Send Delegates
To Carib Jamboree
Meeting in the study hall of
Silver City high school on Sun-
day, the local council of the
International Boy Scouts of the
Canal Zone officially accepted
an invitation to send a delega-
tion to the 1st Caribbean. Jam-
The Jamboree will be held la
Jamaica next year from March
15 to 17 at Brlggs Park, Up-
Park-Camp. St. Andrew. Per-
mission was granted by the mi-
litary authorities to. use this
site, which is a few miles from
A highlight of the meeting
was the report rendered the
council by the scout executive.
Raymond George. It reviewed
the activities of bov scout week,
also mentioned participation of
Te^f^Tk^^. "W ^internaonal bov^scouts in
as if M"n's "volunteer," ^^ the memoria dav Observance
marked tn sav- for Kim the and 4th of JulyJWPam.
North of Korea at least.
Vvrie Lodee IBPOEW-
To Jrmfo'l Ciffioor*
Tomorrow at the Silver City
Lodge hall, commencing; at 7:30
sharp. Bill Martin O. Richards,
popular Atlantic Side fraternal-
lte. will be Installed as Exalted
Ruler of the Eyrie Lodge No. 530
I.B.P.O.E.W.. for the July-De-
cember term Following this. Bill
,Ray Cox. Panama's gift to the
concert world, long standing Elk
and community worker will be
elevated to the rank of Past Ex-
alted Ruler of the Order. Com-
pleting the program will be a
presentation of a collar emble-
matic of the order to Bill Gra-
ham V. Lewis. P.E.R.. from offi-
cers and members of the Eyrie
Temple No. 450 in recognition of
years of faithful services render-
ed. The other officers of the July-
December term are Bills Henry A.
Trym. leading knight; Wilfred
Fisher, loyal knight; Kenneth C.
Sterling, lecturing knight: Re-
ginald A. Mason, esquire; Wilfred
A. Allevne. inner guard and
George Bell, tiler. Bill Michael J.
Lazarus, district deputy, will pre-
The reoort showed that the
movement is spreading in the
Canal Zone and cited the re-
cent presentation of a charter
to troop No. 13 of Camp Coiner.
Aoplicatlons hnve been receiv-
ed from St. Theresa's church.
La Boca, and St. Vincent's
church. Silver City for troop
A meeting of the nlanning
committee of the Commissioners
Stpff will be held at Gamboa
clubhouse 5:30 n.m. Wednesday.
wM'e the Atlantic District Com-
mittee will meet Th"rsday night
12th in Oatun shack.
House or apartment 3 bed-
room, pood neighborhood, by
American family at once. Call
2-1221. Office hours.
Sheet Lead Thief
Gets Ten Days
Goldbum Alfonso Pile, a 38-
vear-old Panamanian, was sen-
tenced in Balboa Magistrate's
Court today to 10 days in Jail on
a charge of petit larceny. Pile
stole 182 pounds of sheet lead
valued at $16.20 which belonged
to the US Army Engineer Corps at
Fort Clayton.
He had been observed earlier
putting the lead in a sack and en-
tering a chiva. A military police
officer followed the chiva
through Clayton and when it
* reached the guard gate, the offi-
m UJ cer removed the defendant and
1 the lead.
RCA Victor Radio
Phonograph Console
second-hand. 3 months
guarantee and free service.
25 or 60 cycles. Terrific
Bargain! Our loss, your
29 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2566 or 2-3364.
20 rivoli Ave Ac* I
Offlc: Trl 2-JM7 Hoan* S-4M1
mil ks Monea; ihru fran
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Mmnmy frdrwwtat rinni
tn on
Hamrdai -tarn u i >a
Minimum for
12 words
3e each additional
At Times a Length of
Can be mighty handy to
hare around the hoase
and In your ear.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sices
GE0. F. N0VEY. Inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-1140
Mr & Mrs Canal Zone:
ill rPilot storing call a* or
our >ho-room Custom built furni-
ture our perlalH* Sac out Drco-
rator'i Fabrics Tree Kstlmate NA-
r. di- la Ona No. T (A.I. owl
New Telephone I-M2S
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E 29th St
Model UIF Synchronised
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Faetn Pricea
Plata 5 fk> Mayo
Panam. R. P.
Sale 14 days only
Hector telephoto lens
135 mm.
List price, $175.00
(adiolnlna International lintel i
or Camera store
(Lobby Hold "El Panam")
Royal Enlield"
sth ot May Plaza
Oft The Floor Delivery
On These Famous British
4-Door Sedan
2-Door Sedan
For Further Information
Panam 2-2930 ot 2-1619
Summer Recreation
Al Cocoli School
Draws 160 Children
The Summer Recreation Arts
and Crafta program for the
children of the West Bank
started at the Cocoli school last
week with 160 children and 23
volunteer "workers on hand.
Arts and Crafts will be held
on Friday one day a week for
six more weeks. All children
who are registered and failed to
attend are reminded that re-
gular attendance la Important If
projects are to be completed.
Trips to various places of in-
terest on the Zone and In Pa-
nama will be conducted every
Thursday morning for children
registered In Arts and Crafts.
Each week a different group
wfll take a trip, making lt pos-
sible for all children to have an
opportunity to go somewhere
during the summer. Parent per-
mission slips must be signed
and brought back signed before
any child will be allowed to
leaye the school. Each group
will go to a different place.
Next Thursday all children of
the Indian group are asked to
be on hand at Cocoli at 9:00
a.m. ready to leave on a trip
to Curundu Zoo and Library.
Mrs. G. H. Davis Chairman of
the West Bank program will be
assisted by the following: Nur-
sery. Mrs. Arthur Bernstein,
Mrs. John Hewitt, Miss Peggy
Lowe; Indians. Mrs. L. R. Borup,
Mrs. O. E. Bergland. Miss Kitty
Lowe, Mrs. Hardy, and Mrs. J.
E. Lynch: Cowboys, Mrs. D. C.
Roblson, Mrs. W. Davis, Mrs. G.
R. Barnes: Farm Girls, Mrs.
Barbara Dodge. Mrs. Martha
Vasil;- Farm -Boys. Mrs. M. Daw-
son, Mrs. T. P. Hays: Teen Age
Girls. Mrs. Lillian Bloomburg;
Teen Age Bovs. Mrs. Paul Hale.
Roller skating which will be
conducted by Mr. Walter Lar-
sen, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Harned
and Miss Anne Gorman, will be
held every week starting next
week at 8:00 a.m. on Wednes-
day and Monday for all age
groups. This class will meet each
week for six weeks and learn to
dance and skat? to music, and
a final performance will be put
on for the parents. Children do
not have to be registered to Join
this class.
Dally bus service is furnished
for all morning activities in Co-
coli. Children riding busses are
asked to be at their regular
school bus stops at 8:00 aJn.,
and those in the Naval station;
Farfan and Rousseau be at the
gate stops.
A teen age night is scheduled
to be held In July.
Legion Department
Meets July 14-15
At New Post-1 Home
The 32nd Annual Convention
of The American Legion. Depart-
ment of Panama Canal Zone,
will be held July 14-15. at the
new home of Panama Canal Post
No 1 (Old Sallflsh Club) Instead
of at the Tlvoll Hotel, as pre-
viously announced.
The morning of July 14 will be
devoted to a meeting of the De-
partment Executive Committee
and reports of various committees
will be rendered in the afternoon
session, beginning at 2 p.m.
Saturday the customary dance
will take place at 8 p.m.
After doughnuts and coffee at
9 a.m. on Sunday, a Joint session
of the Legion and Auxiliary will
be held at 10 a.m.
Prominent guests will be pres-
ent and the keynote address will
be made by Rear Admiral Albert
M. Bledsoe. commandant, Fif-
teenth Naval District. Awards
will be presented for meritorious
and outstanding service.
The principal award which Is
given annually to the individual
who has accomplished the most
m promoting good will between
the United States and Latin |
countries, will be accepted by
the Hon. Murray Wise, Charge d -
Affaires, U.S. Embassy, for ex-
Ambassador Monnett B. Davis,
in absentia.
Following a recess for lunch-
eon, officers will be elected for
the coming year. ^^^^
Group Meetings
The Harmona Choral Group
under the direction of Phillip
Larrier presents this evening at
the Pacific Club House at 7:30
p. m. a drama entitled "A Jew-
ish Wedding."
The thirty-second year anni-
versary of the Edith Cavell
Frienly Society will be celeb-
rated on July 15, at their re-
gular meeting hall, commencing
at 2:30 p. m. sharp.
Representatives from Sister
Societies will be present to as-
sist in this grand affair, and
it is requested by the Secretary,
that all mebers try to be time,
so that at the conclusion we
may rejoice in having spent a
lovely anniversary.
764th AAA Gun Bn.
Aids Cancer Fund,
Little League
Headquarters, 7S4th AAA Gun
Battalion, Fort Dara*. ha* an-
nounced today that "Able"
Battery of that Battalion has
contributed 10S.75 to the Am-
erican Cancer Fuad. The Bat-
talion itself contributed 13113
to the Canal Zone Little Lea-
gue Fond.
ON THEIR WAY to the National Girl Scout Training Schoo..
Camp Edith Macy, in Pleasantville, New York, are: left to
right. Miss Ann Baptist* and Mrs. Alda Hutchinson as they
sailed on the 8.8. Ancon. These women, who are leaders of
the newly organized International Girl Scout group in the
Canal Zone, have been chosen for scholarships by the World
Association of Girl Scouts and Olrl Guides, the Juliette Low
World Friendship. World Friendship Fund of the Girl Scout
of USA and the Canal Zone Girl Scouts. The new group,
which was recognized last July, will use the same program
and badges as the Girl Scouts of the USA but will wear the
World Association uniform which is blue with gold tie and
hat band and also a World pin. There are about 25 other
such troops in various parts of the world where a Single
group is composed of many different nationalities. Miss
Baptlste and Mrs. Hutchinson will train other local-rate
Leaders on their return.
LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY faculty members (left
James Armstrong, and William Highsmlth (right) arrived in
the Canal Zone today, accompanied by Major Frank K.
Tourtellotte, Acting Information Officer, U.S. Army Carib*
bean The two L.S.U. members will Initiate university facu-
lties in the Panama area, under the new Army program of
conducting resident college-credit courses for militarv per-
sonnel. Enrollment will begin tod->v at Fort Amador. First
classes are scheduled to start the week of July 16th.
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TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1951
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Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor Newt
Ahead of Schedule
The Court House Is a sacred symbol of Western Civilization.
Down through the centuries the community has turned to it for it
highest form of Justice- and its lowest form of entertainment
the Open Hearing. It is necessary for a respectable 20th Century
person to believe that he is exaltedly interested in the Law solely
as the foundation of order in the Community. Actually, he de-
pends upon the Court House for the satiation of his most de-
praved tendencies, far more than Ancient Rome depended upon
the Colosseum for the satiation of Its blood lusts. And far more
than the Colosseum's red-soaked sands, the Court House can be
depended upon to present its daily, grisly spectacles.
The truth is that as much as It is his Temple of Justice, It is
the grim arena, and the modern, civilized man can't admit even
to himself that its chief interest to him is as a spectacle of con-
flict to the death.-The Court House, to the average person, has
the secret and terrible attraction of a three ring circus, where
the wirewalker almost surely falls to his death.
It Is a basic part of hnman nature to enjoy the suffer-
ias I others. It is, by the grace of God, also a part of
human nature to despise ourselves for doing so. The great
hypocresy within ourselves has achieved the great com-
promise. Civilized man can have both his penny and his
cake by telling himself (and actually believing) only one
(treat basic tie. If he tortures his fellow man merely as a
man, by his own lights he is a beast and a murderer. But
he can satisfy this lust and his conscience at the same
time, |f he does it in the name of Law and Order. This,
the 20th Century Man does every day in the name of
But his civilisation has advanced somewhat. He used to do it
In the name of God. Of course there never was a real Ood who
demanded human sacrifice. Primitive, man invented a false god
so he could kill and torture in the name of an unassailable Deity.
This mingling or confusion of justice and community sadism
is as old as the law Itself. The first cases under the Common Law
' were tried by ordeal. The defendant had to hold a white hot iron
for a minute or so, and after a few weeks the Judges would pub-
licly examine the scars. The theory was that God would heal the
burns quickly if the poor wretch was innocent. Later he was
bound hand and foot and thrown into deep water for a few min-
utes. The theory there was that God wouldn't allow an innocent
man to drown. Later the courts simply arranged mortal combat
between litigants. Luckless people before the courts were re-
presented by knights with spears and swords, Instead of lawyers
The theory was that God would see that the Just cause won when
the two knights fought to the finish. But whether it was trial by.
ordeal or combat, it was a community holiday centered around
the agony of the participants.
The early Anglo-Saxon courts called it Administration of
Justice, whereas the brutal unhypocritical Mediterraneans merely
called it Roman Holiday. The1 Middle Ages resumed some of the
intrinsic, brutal honesty of the Ancients: Executions were public
mid Hie obliging courts devised all sorts of bizarre amusements
ior the crowds, most in the form of the death sentence. Lucky
victims were merely hanged. Others were pulled apart by wild
a. horses, had hot lead poured in their ears or were cut in four
I ) pieces and posted on gates through which the departing hulloa-,
"* crowds poured.
It seems to this writer that this country has been 9. two
Roman Holiday in the shape of Senate hearings for the ptat six
months The avowed purposes of the Senate hearings performed
much goodbut the public interest generated was and far
from the altruistic purposes set forth as their objective The
Kefauver hearings were staged like a gala bullfight in Madrid.
The toreadors were the committee and its counsel. The prize
animals pitted and fighting for tehlr civil existence were an un-
derworld woman, a mayor of N. Y., and a man advertised as the
very mastodom of Crime, Frank Costello.. .The spectacle is still
In progress. The reward for the toreador-prosecutors, in case they
convicts, is high office. If they loseoblivion.. .Four of the lesser
criminal attractions have been dispatchedtwo by the State
through the doors of a prison, and two by their own act of leap-
ing out a window...Still billed as coming attractions are ex-
Mayor-Ambassador ODwyer and Frank Costello, the equivalent
in Spain of the only bull who ever walked out of the Madrid
arena alive. We're all enjoying every single moment of itior
the good of the countryand at the expense of our souls.. .The
kind God of a decent people does not approve this type of orgy.
In the great global arena the multitudes of our enemies are*
watching and enjoying the American arena, where American
are destroying themselves._______________________
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Letrera art receives1 arofirull < ara haniled in a -holly cer.TMlaf.tMil
-Ma* centrihufe o latter sejp'l se impatient i deean'r eppear the
next day. Uttert are published in the arder receives.
Plaaae try ta kees tha letter* limitad to esa peac lanath.
Identity at letter rriten held in ttrrcteit confidence
Thh nawipapar oseumee na reepaneibilitv er tretementt er epialst
evptetted In letter from reader!.
Cristobal. C.Z.
The Mail Box.
The Panam American:
The Mun. Division recently did
a job at Margarita; a simple job
as far as dirt moving jobs go. Na-
turally they used dirt moving
equipment (dozers, tractors,etc.).
I mention that because from pre-
vious publicity one might think
thev did it by hand. They pro-
ceeded to cut down a few hills
and with this dirt they filled a
lew valleys. It was a wonderful
gigantic feat of engineering, sec-
ond perhaps only to the construc-
tion of the Canal itself. Well for
this great feat they roped W. Into
writing letters of praise; and
they also had their praises sung
high, wide and handsome in the
local press. The Bldg. Div. or oth-
ers can do work equally as Impor-
tant or save the equivalent
amount of money and take it as
part of their duties; and Jut skip
over the of being SU-
So with a recent bit of Mun.
Div. Construction going unnotic-
ed by the local press we wonder
what happened. The construc-
tion we mean is the paving of
one-half of the intersection of
11th street and Bottle Alley in
the city of Colon. This Is quite an
Important intersection as it leads
to the parking facilities back of
the CristobaJ Commissary, which
parking serves the Commy. the
Chase Bank, the Credit Union,
steamship companies, etc.
Well, thl paving would have
taken an ordinary construction
outfit four to five days at the
most. N. Y. City Dept. of streets
could have done It in three days
Do you know what the Mun. Div.
did -this job in? Now you won't
believe it but they accomplished
this great feat In three weeks
plus a couple of days. Yes, sir. It
was wonderful: the intersection
was only closed down for three
week ends. Shouldn't this rate a
letter from Congress: or a vote of
confidence from the Mun. Div.-
Domlr>ted Legion?
"Bottle Alley Louis.''
By Victor Riesel
NEW YORK If you're 3u.uuo.u0u meat eaters (last of
the species, no doubt) across the
land, to whom beef, veal, lamb
nd pork are rushed-from New
York's famous depots by fast re-
frigerator plane and train, you'll
be thankful for a small, un-
publlclzed hospital I found op-
erating quietly on a street off
the waterfront area here.
It's a union's private hospital.
There, in its brand new
antiseptic rooms, a staff of
psychiatrists, surgeons, gy-
necologists, heart, lung, and
cancer specialists, among
others, keep a sharp preven-
tive watch on the union men
tcho daily handle the meats
for the tables of 30,000,000
Americans as well as the
mess halls of the armed for-
Not content with the constant
search for physical aliments,
this modern union seeks out, too,
the health and mental attitudes
of it members' families, know-
ing full well that a troubled
mind, springing Irom a troubled
or sick family, can disease a
body. So, thl hoapltal of the
Butcher Workmen of Greater
New York and New Jersey, Lo-
cal 640 (of the AFL Amalga-
mated Meat Cutters! is, In ef-
fect, a family hospital.
So, in the Health Center at
20 West 14th Street, the Union's
ex-butcher boy and cattle farm
hand president, Louis Block, has
placed an expert who contacts
social agencies for aid on fa-
mily welfare, domestic difficult-
ies, child guidance and psycho-
Here, where the purity of the
meat for the kitchens of 30.-
000.000 folk in states as far off as
California can be most sharply
affected, there is an awareness
of the psychiatrist's importance.
It is he who determines whether
a troubled man should be ad-
Justed into another job so
there'll be no accidents in the
handling of meats. And, fortun-
ately, this doctor can function
easily, for the industry Is such
that many Jobs are available
to ease any worker emotionally
disturbed. ,
This Is preventive medicine in
action. And all absolutely free-
Including expensive operations,
prolonged and costly diagnostic
workups, vaccinations, liver, vi-
tamin and penicillin injections,
medicines, and, as I observed,
the handing out of checks to
cover even the tonsllectomy of
a worker's little girl.
This is preventive medicine
by regular checkup for ear-
ly signs of communicable
diseases, T. B.. cancer and
any other virus infections
which may hurt a thousand
communities. And Louis
Blocks skilled followers
come, whereas other unions
have had difficulty inter-
esting their people in fear-
Some checkups. Here, there
are no numbers, no assem-
bly-ne examinationsjust
the patient and his physic-
ian in the closest to private
offices one can get in such
a set up.
This industry, unknown to the
public, is a dangerous one wlht
an occupational disease called
the "Icebox syndrome." And the
wages of syndrome are muscle
sprains, rheumatic pains and a
weird effect on the blood re-
sulting from working In freezing
temperatures the day through.
So the hospital, in its own lab,
Is Investigating its own peculiar
Next to the lab is a completely
fitted room for minor surgery
and experts stand by dally with
their fluoroecopes, X-Rays and
electro-cardographs ready for
any analysis of any accident in
the sprawling meat processing
plants (and soap factories as
And here, surrounded by wel-
fare plans, retirement plans,
Denslon system and a free hos-
pital, the union's chief, Louis
Block, has developed a philoso-
phical approach to a problem
soon to worry the giant indus-
trial and labor leaders.
This hospital of his union, he
oolnts out. Is a compromise in
the right over socialised medi-
cine. After the diagnosis in his
health center (they are eager to
avoid calling It a clinic), his
members choose their own phy-
sicians. These doctors, and also
the hospital bills, are paid by
the union on an individual, free
enterprise basis. The members
of their families are hospitaliz-
ed as private patients.
, There is free choice of phy-
sician or surgeon. Block points
out proudly. In treatments af-
ter an'operation, the patient's
own surgeon is In charge. When
tbp post operative care Is com-
pleted, the record is sent to the
union's own hospital. And this
program. In an industry vital to
millions of citizens, brings pre-
ventive and therapeutic surgery
and medical care to his mem-
bers at no cost,
"Our members enjoy the
highest rate of pay in the
industry, and if is .comvar-
able to, if not higher, than
the rates in other major in-
dustries, and it is possible
sooner or later to reach the
end of the wage spiral, the
maximum in pay." he as-
"Therefore our little union
small, that is. compared to the
million-member outfits has
started to compensate for the
increases which some day may
nr>t come. The maximum in
what we can do in this field for
-eople can never be top-
rioi uvn
Head and Hands
NEW YORK. A lean, starved-looklng young
man with wild hair committed suicide in Green-
wich Village. The papers called him a poet.
First he Jumped off a building, and when that
didn't kill him. he went home and strung him-
self up from a pipe.
His name was Jack DeMoreland. The police
knew little about him: the paper less. The art
critic whom he visited just before he leaped off
the roof knew him scarcely at all. He attract-
ed attention only because hi first attempt at
suicide failed.
I knew DeMoreland well. He was a friend of
mine for manv vears, before the war. He wasn't
a. poet. He was an artist a painter and a
cartoonist. We had worked together on the
Washington Daily News. I have several of his
The pattern of suicide is a stragne. complex
thing rarelv the same In any man. I know
whv DeMoreland killed himself. He killed him-
self because he saw the most beautiful pictures
any man eve! sawar Thev were right there,
clamoring to come out of his head, but hi
hands weren't good enough to draw them forth.
Jack knew what he wanteo to put on paper,
knew it so well that It hurt him. But when
he picked up the brush or pen It was always a
bad distortion of what he was trying to say.
He was like a man whose head rings with
wondrous music, but. when he opens his mouth
to sing, onlv croaks emerge.
An alienist would say that the man definite-
ly was a psychopath, and so I suppose, he was.
He had tried to kill himself once before, long
ago. in a fit of depression. He had spent a
short time In a mental hospital. It was the
one true case of complete artistic frustration I
ever knew.
DeMoreland used to do little line sketches for
me on sports stories, and later illustrated the
top city-side feature of the day. During the
first davs of the war we set him to doing the
dallv military map. Those mans finally got
him. Here was a guv who wanted to cream
out loud with a paint brush, and he was over
in the corner with an Inkwell, tracing the
progress of the Germans against the Russians,
the Japs against the American.
Most of the time DeMoreland was a quiet,
seemingly normal human being, who wore neck-
ties, shaved, drank moderately, went out with
a variety of women, and who rarelv talked art.
But occasionally the black depression would
stifle him. and he would forget to come home.
He would forget to eat, to sleep, to wash.
It was then that a girl reporter used to take
him In hand. She would throw a big slug of
bourbon into him. feed him forcibly, and plant
him on the divan, where he'd sleep for 20 hours
or so and snap back to his cartoons and his
maps. I think the girl lohed him very much,
but there wasn't much future in it. His head
was too full of pictures, pictures that couldn't
be born.
You meet a lot of dilettante artists In big
cities like New York. They live In Greenwich
Village, mostly, and spend more time in the
smoky little cheap gin Joints looking pictures-
que than they spend in front of an easel or at
a typewriter.
Jack DeMoreland was no dilettante. He was
a worker. He would work 24, 38 hours at a
crack striving for a perfection he knew, actual-
ly, he'd never achieve. There was no bogus
Bohemian in Jack at least not through the
years I knew him. He dressed like a young
business executive, when he was off on one of
his tranauil stretches, which sometimes ran for
a year at a crack. He was a handsome young-
ster. He talked well. There was never anything
arty about him.
Something. I guess, finally went really wrong
In his head. New York, which he once told me
seemed like the answer, obviously couldn't sud-
olv the necessarv skill his hands lacked. He
tried, and he tried again, and finally he got so
tired it all seemed too toueh to live with.
But a great artist lies In the morgue a/ I
write this. It wasn't his fault that he was born
with a carpenter's hands.
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON. Those officials who are re-
sponsible for the security of the United States
art now beginning to act a little like a herd
of antelopes, who have scented a sudden whiff
of danger. The scene has appeared on many
motion picture screens a buck throws up his
head and sniffs the wind: others follow his ex-
ample: there is a nervous, shifting movement
in the herd; a pawing of the ground, and quick,
short runs. The total impression is less of fear
than of a sudden, wary anxiety.
Then the question suddenly began to be ask-
ed, "Is It peace?" Now, the question Is being
asked. "Is it a trap?"
As before, the reasons for the change In mood
cannot be explained on a strictly logical basis.
Obviously, the great movement of men and sup-
plies to the Communist front, and the build-up
of a Russian-equipped. Manchurla-based Chin-
ese air force of more than a thousand planes,
leave no room for complacency about Cdmmu-
nU*. intentions in Korea. But there Is also an-
other, hitherto, unreported development which
worries some officials even more.
This is the reorganization, in Manchuria, of
the North Korean army. The "destruction" of
the North Korean army after the Inchon land-
ings was widely advertised. But an army is not
like a candle which can be blown out with a
puff. What actually happened, after Inchon,
was that the North Korean armv was thorough-
ly disorganized. But an army which has been
disorganized can be reorganized. Thl i pre-
cisely what has happened since the Chinese
Communists entered the war. according to whol-
ly reliable reports.
When the Chinese came In. the bulk of the
North Korean army was withdrawn aero the
Yalu. which contributed to the Impression that
It no longer existed. It has now been re-bullt
and re-equlpped from the ground up. and it is
considered a better fighting force than the or-
iginal Korean Communist army which drove al-
most to Pusan.
What is the meaning of all this the mas-
sive reinforcement of the Chinese lines, the
build-up of air strength in. Manchuria, the re-
creation of a powerful North Korean army?
There are. of course, certain obvious possibil-
One Is that the Communist negotiators at
Kaesong will make the familiar Impossible po-
Drtw Ptarson says: Truman and army mtn skeptical of
Russian bid for Korean peace; Flare-up over Maryland
elections probe led to Sen. Gillette's resignation as
chairman of Elections Committee.
WASHINGTON President Truman was skeptical when ha
first heard about Russia's desire for a truce In Korea. It's like
walking across a mine field," he told a friend. "You never know
when a mine will blow up on you".. U.S. military men havo
been as skeptical as Truman, diplomats not so skeptical. Diplomats
believe that the Kremlin has been watching our new atoma
tests, that the Chinese have been seriously hurt by our slaughter?
of their troops, and that all hands would welcome an armistice'...
Reasons tor military skepticism is that Russia has been shipping
new jets into Manchuria at the rate of 150 per month. The Jets
are shipped in crates via the Trans-Siberian raUroad, assembled
Just across the Siberian border, then flown into Manchuria. Tha .
Chinese now have enough jets to tear our bombers to piece if we
tried to carry out MacArthur's advice and bomb Manchuria...
Chief probable reason for the Communist desire for delay- in
discussing a truce is their mechanized army now building up
across the Yalu River, his army is made up of "volunteers" from
the satellites. U.S. Intelligence reports It to be fairly well mech-
anized, and preparations for this army has been going on sine*
Malik's peace offer.., That is why army men have their tongue-
in-cheek regarding any bona fide desire for peace.
The Air Force wanted to drop the cease-fire appeal to tha
Communists on the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, instead of
broadcasting It by radio. They wanted to put it in a pouch with
a red ribbon attached. However, the Joint chiefs and the State
Department overruled the Air Force, decided a radio broadcast
of the cease-fire would get there quicker. A pouch might pot bo
discovered for days.
No announcement was made to the press, but Iowa's Demo-
cratic Sen. Guy Gillette angrily resigned as chairman of tha
Senate Elections Committee in a flare-up over the Maryland
election probe.
The statuesque Gillette blew his top behind closed doors,
shouting that he had been embarrassed" and had suffered "per-
sonal discomfort" over the way the Maryland Investigation had
been handled. He also accused the Maryland subcommittee of
tailing to consult with him.
This was a slap at the subcommittee members Mike Mon-
oney of Oklahoma and Tom Hennlng of Missouri, Democrats:
with Margaret Chase Smith of Maine and Robert Hendrickson of
Now Jersey, Republicans. They have been probing the smear cam-
paign that led to the defeat of veteran Sen. Miflard Tydlngs and
the election of the unknown, Chicago Tribune-backed John Butler.
Gillette has been under pressure from the Chicago Tribuno
!:roup to wltewash the Maryand probe the same paper which
leiped engineer the smear campaign.
It was Missouri's Hennlngs who brought up the Maryland
matter behind closed doors of the full Senate Rules Committee.
He complained that the Maryland subcommittee couldn't get out
a report, because it lacked a counsel.
"These things (elections) have to be Investigated, and tho
investigators have to be directed by counsel," Hennlngs Insisted.
He pointed out that the House had blocked an attempt to
hire Robert T. Murphy, a Washington attorney, as counsel, and
that the committee was still relying on Gillette's friend and tho
former counsel. Ed McDermott, who was no longer on the payroll
but spent his time flying between his law practice in Iowa and
.he committee in Washington.
"I am tired of fooling around with this committee without a
counsel," the Missouri senator observed. "Senator Hendrickson
and I are the only two lawyers on the committee, and we don't
have time to go to the law liberarles to do the research."
Meanwhile, Gillette had been mounting steam. Suddenly ho
"I have been trying to get a report from the subcommittee
for six months," he shouted. "This whole business has caused
me a great deal of personal discomfort."
Sputtering and fuming, Gillette complained that the sub-
committee hadn't consulted him but had "embarrassed" him by
Its handling of the Maryland investigation.
With a final roar, he announced that he was submitting hie
rerlgnation as chairman of the Elections Committee.
Nebraska's GOP Sen. Ken Wherry urged hlin to reconsider.
'I hope this isn't the result of anything I have said about
rushing the report," Wherry blurted. .
Gillette then offered to tell Wherry of Rules Chairman
Hayden of Arizona why he was quitting, but no one else.
Hendrickson also tried to talk Gillette out of resigning.
"I think It Is a bad policy for anyone to resign. I have often
wanted to resign myself. But we take on these responsibilities,
and somehow we have got to carry them on," the New Jersey
senator pi ded.
Significantly, however, Senators Smith of Maine and Hennlng
kept quiet. They offered no objections to Gillette's resigning.
Other colleagues of the likable Senator from Iowa have been
surprised at his failure to push probes of certain significant
developments during the last campaign, among them the letter
written by Lt. Oov. Joe Hanley of New York explaining how
Governor Dewey had promised him certain Jobs In order to get
him to withdraw as a candidate for Governor of New York. In
this letter, H'/ley referred to money he had borrowed "from
Congressman Klngsland Macy which he later said was to settle
an old family debt In Iowa.
Investigation by Senate agents showed there was no Hanley
family debt in Iowa. However, no witnesses have been called by
Senator Gillette. Governor Dewey has not been asked to testify,
nor Kingsland Macy, nor Hanley himself. In fact, no hearings
have been held at all, and Gillette seems inclined to drop tho
entire matter.
(Copyright. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.) "'-' .
litlcal demands. When these are rejected, an-
other great offensive will be launched, with the
object of throwing the United Nations forces In-
to the sea. Another possibility is that the truce
conditions will be accepted, and that once the
United Nations forces are withdrawn, the tragic
game will start again, with a great attack south
against the Republic of Korea by the North Ko-
rean army.
There are some of the reasons why the ques-
tion "Is lt a trap?" 1 now being so in-
sistently asked. Yet neither of these traps are
very clever traps. If another offensive is in-
deed planned, the ceasefire offer was a sense- [
less prelude to lt. Such an offensive would
knock the world Communist propaganda drive
Into a cocked hat. What is more, lt would en-
sure heavy air attack against Manchuria, al-
most certainly against China proper, and quite
possibly against Soviet Siberia.
As for the second possible trap, another North
Korean offensive would be undertaken In the
face of a much strengthened South Korean ar-
my, and American forces In Japan Infinitely
more battle-worthy than last June. Therefore. I
lt would have far less chance of success than I
the first attack and lt would very probably
br the signal for a third world war.
But If the course in Korea Is Indeed "given
up." what are the "various other" courses which
the Kremlin will now select? In view of the
reports from Belgrade which recently appeared
In this space, it is at least interesting that a
number of refugees from the eastern European
satellites have described plans for a forthcom-
ing attack on Yugoslavia. Even the precise date
Is eiven August 2.
These reports are rated "unreliable." So. tt
may be mentioned In passing, were reports re-
ceived from refugees last spring, that North I
Korea would attack on June 25. Certalnlv no
new course, after a failure in Korea. Is likely j
to seem more logical to the Kremlin than an :
attack on Yugoslavia One thing, at any rate,
is certain. If the fighting in Korea does end.
the Kremlin will "try various other sources."
somewhere, and soon. This is as sure as any-
thing on earth can be. And this Is why The
complacency which threatens to engulf us. if
the fiehtine ends In Korea, will be a simple
prelude to disaster.
(Copvrirht, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
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58 Large
51 Meadow
52 Sickness
54 Watchful
56 Sewing tools
57 New En gland
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3 Mouth part
4 Behold!
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7 Incite
8 Mexican
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11 Leather
17 Ai tide
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Mr. and Mn. William E. Adams, of Bratot Helrhta, bad
at their dinner guests last evening, Mr. Wayne Johnson of
Flossmoor, Illinois, and Mn. Ivy Lamoreaux of Chicafo, with
. Captain W. L. Nickcnon, Captain of the SS "ChiriquL"
The ladies arrived yesterday on a Caribbean cruise and
ailed today. Mrs. Johnson is the wife of the president of
the Illinois Central RaUroad.
Bon Voyage Morning Coffee
Mrs. G. L. Wallace was hostess
for a morning coffee Riven at her
quarters on the Coco Solo Naval
Station to honor Mrs. Robert
Flndley who left Sunday with
her husband en route to New-
port, Rhode Island for duty.
A centerpiece of Ringer lilies
were used on the coffee table.
The friends who called to bid
goodbye to the honoree were:
Mrs. C. B. Dlehl. Mrs. Robert
8chafer. Mrs. William Ronayne,
Mrs. W. W. Stevens. Mrs. Fred
Wrobles. Mrs. I. M. Rowel, Mrs.
John Danley. Mrs. George Ellis,
Mrs. Edward Walther, Mrs.
Frank A. Kraft, Mr. L. B. Jen-
nings. Mrs. Donald Sabin and
Mrs. Ma belle Thomson.
Cocktail Party
Precedes Dance
Lt. and Mrs. Robert Schafer,
Jr., entertained with a cocktail
party at their Coco 8olo residence
before attending the dance at the
Coco Solo Officers Club Friday
Their guests were: Command-
er and Mrs. W. D. KlngLleut.
Commander and Mrs. H. E.
Schmidt, Lt. and Mrs. H. E.
Walther. Lt. (jg) and Mrs. Ro-
bert Darrow. Lt. (Jg) and Mrs.
!r. D. Ronayne. Lt. Michael Lea-
f and CWO and Mrs. Donald
"Carnivalito" Very Successful
' The Carnlvallto which was giv-
en Saturday evening at the
Strangers Club to honor the col-
lege students who are spending
the summer on the Isthmus was
very successful. A large group of
the younger set from Panama
City Joined with the Atlantic
Side residents to have an enjoy-
able dance. Most of those who
.ended were In colorful cos-
tn ne.;.
"""he proceeds from the dance
will go to the Colon Red Cross.
The affair was arranged by Rich-
ard Toledano. Douglas Maduro,
Gustavo Vlllalaz. Eustacio Pare-
des and Manuel Castillo.
Robert Puello served as mas-
ter of ceremonies. Two couples
jtave exhibition dances. They
were Miss Norma Ibanez and
Manuel Castillo from Colon and
Miss Negra Miro and Mr. Malea
rom Panama.
The group wishes to thank Mr.
Wi Iter Hunnlcutt, president of
the Strangers Club, for his co-
opvCaUon and assistance with the
affair and lso express their ap-
preciation to the following clvc
mnded resdenta who, helped
make the dance possble: Messrs.
Antonio Tagaropulos, Edward
Henrlquez, Jose Maria Gonzalez,
Clifford Maduro and Raymond
Miss Geri Entertains
on Birthday
Miss Frances Geri celebrated
her eighteenth birthday anniver-
sary with a buffet supper party
at the home of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Basilio Geri of Colon,
Sunday evening.
White calla lilies and red car-
nations were used to center the
buffet table. The large decorated
birthday cake was encircled with
pink and white carnations.
The guests Included: Mr. and
Mrs. Hugo Geri of Panama City,
Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Latorra-
ca, Mrs. Roberto Barcenas, Mrs.
Gilda Rosanla. Mrs. E. W. Bell,
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Tejada,
Mr. and Mrs. Genaro Ferrara.
Mr. and Mrs. Moiss Mndez,
Misses Finita Correa, Nancy Sas-
so, Dora Perrett, Irene Leone, Vil-
ma Rosanla. Margarita Barcenas,
Hershy and Thelma Herrera,
Blanca Beverhoudt. Lilla, Thel-
ma. Olga and Irma Lelgnadler,
Jllma Lara, Aurlta Hepburne,
Irene Leone. Gabby Mndez. Gol-
dle Hatgi, Igea Paolinl. Eulalia
Guardia, Sarita Mizrachi. Ella
Pulgar. Dalys Gioconda and Vey-
ra Apolaya and Messrs James
Fernandez, Jimmy Lakas. Frank
Diers of Panama City, Jimmy
Munden. Jimmy Roe. Jack and
Julio Balgieman. Richard Tole-
Table Tennis News
Despite several upsets In the
current Table Tennis Tourna-
ment lor the Isthmian champion-
ship, the racquet wizard Arthur
Josephs remained undefeated.
Amon the downfallen are Paci-
fic Boys' Club champion, Wesley
Jones, Lt. Morrow and Stephen-
oon. The trio mentioned were
earlv favorites, but like all other
things in sports, the unforseen
Army Sports
Basketball in the Panam
area of U. S. Army Caribbean will
be scheduled during a company
playoff drawing, to take place In
the Fort Clayton Gym, 10:00 a.m.
Monday, July 16.
Following the drawing, first
games will be played at Clayton
Gym 7.00 p.m. Tuesday, July 17,
with all other company team play
scheduled for 7:00 p.m. the nights
of July 18, 19, 20 and 21. Upon
completion of the company play-
offs, awards will be made by Spe-
cial Services Section USARCAR-
IB, to individual members of the
championship squad, and to the
unit commanding officer of the
winning team.
Major unit competition will be-
gin with team playoff drawings
at Fort Clayton Gym, Friday, Au-
guBt 10. The tournament will be
held in the same gymnasium
Tuesday, August 14.
Units Invited to enter the bas-
ketball tournament are. the 33rd
Infantry; the 65th AAA Group,
Fort Gulick; Post of Corozal, Spe-
cial Troops USARCARIB, 7461st
AU (Signal). U.S. Army Hospital,
Fort Clayton, 45th Mech. Caval-
ry, and the 504th Field Artillery
At completion of the tourna-
ment, awards will be made to In-
dividual members of the cham-
pionship squad, to Individual
members of the runners-up, and
to the commanding officer of the
major unit whose team Is deter-
mine! 'Basketball Champions" of
USARCARIB, Panam area.
Highlights during the tourna-
ment were the hectic rivalry of- \
fered by Stanley Hall and Lt. I
Morrow in their matches with ]
Josephs while the latter easily
victimized players who conquered
the two former stars. Most of the |
boys lacked consistency while Jo- 1
sephs has the ability to adapt
himself to all circumstances |
when the chips are down. This
factor makes nlm a great player
and a real champion.
Other associates of the game
from other sections who appar-
ently are In top form are Bark- 1
lay Bynoe of La Boca. Dr. Carthy
of ihe Bolivar Y.M.CA. and John I
Hall of the Tropical Club. Each
possesses fine background in the I
game, and will be among the big
guns who are lined up for the
semifinal round of play, which
f;ets under way this Friday night
n the auditorium of the Pacific
" Fans who turn out for the se-
mifinal mixing may anticipate
rare displays as the list of con-
testants are no doubt the cream
of the Isthmus table tennis field.
All are champions and runners-
up of their sections, and are com-
ing determined to maintain their
standard of play. All in all, it
should worth the while stepping
in for a real struggle for supre-
macy between high calibred rac-
quet wielders. .
P.iramount's Documentary of
What Really Happened
in Korea. .!
Pedro Miouel Pool
Again !n Daily Use
The Pedro Miguel 8wimmlng
Pool, which lias been closed since
about the middle of March, was
reopened over the week end.
The pool is now open from 6
o'clock in the morning to 6 o'clock
in the afternoon daily.
It has been closed while demo-
lition work was in progress on the
old Clubhouse Building because
of the possibility of objects from
the building falling Into the pool
and injuring swimmers.
Work Is still In progress on the
portion of the bathhouse build-
ing where the theater, tailor and
atioe shops will be located. It is
expected that these are?s will be
ready for occupancy about the
Xirst of August.
BRANDED-by the
IMM he the
most feared
sort of the
ntei turn saw wru w tur
dao, Douglas Maduro; Bob Rosa-
nla. Alfonso Maldonado, Maurice
Leon, Lucho and Quique Reyna,
Manuel Nino, Glno Scheppini,
Eric, Carlos and Horatio Ducruet,
Gus Villalez.
Get Acquainted Dance
The Coco Solo Officers Club
entertained Friday evening with
a "Get Acquainted" dance to In-
troduce the new arrivals on the
station to the older residents. It
was a costume or "Come As You
Like" party.
Music was furnished by Ray
Cox and his orchestra and.sever-
al songs were sung by Torchy La
Eighty-six residents of the sta-
tion attended the dance which is
the first since the base has been
Birthday Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Leon,
Sr.. entertained with a supper
party at the Tropic for their son,
Maurice Leon, Jr. Sunday even-
ing, on the occasion of his 17th
birthday anniversary. After din-
ner the group attended the mov-
ing pictures.
The guests were: Kaiser Bazan,
Sammy Abbo, John Hatgl, Rich-
ard Sasso, Norma Ibaez and
Misses Goldie Hatgl. Rosemary
Salas and Tmara Leon.
Venus Cultural Club
Sets 'Cabaret Night'
At Pacific Clubhouse
The Officers of the Venus Cul-
tural Club have completed all ar-
rangements in connection with
their Musical Extravaganza and
Dance entitled "Cabaret Night."
Over 2000 invitations have been
circulating on both sides of the
Isthmus and lt is the opinion of
many that the Pacific Clubhouse
will be unable to accommodate
the large crowd that is planning
to attend this unusual musical
extravaganza and dance featuf-
lng "La Perfecta" de Armando
Boza Orchestra and 12 outstand-
ing artists from the leading night
clubs in town. Those lb charge
have asked that you make your
reservations now by contacting
any member of the Venus Club,
or at the office of the Pacific
Clubhouse. Tables will be num-
bered and your name will be
placed on table as requested, ef-
be omilWni
1 1
Cristobal Woman's Club
Plans Card Party
The Cristobal Woman's Club
Is sponsoring a benefit card party
to be given at the Gilbert House
July 19. Dessert will be served
between 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. There
will be table prizes.
Reservations may be made by
calling the Gilbert House 3-1702
or Mrs. Stanley Kidd 3-1691.
The proceeds from the party
will go for philanthropy.
Hospital Notes
Colonel James E. Bowen. com-
manding officer of the Atlantic
Sector, Is a patient in the Coco
Solo Naval Hospital.
Mrs. Hunter Dare, of Gatun.
has been admitted to the Colon
Mrs. Walker Guest in Gatun
Mrs. Dove R, Walker, who Is
stopping at the Hotel Tlvoll, as
the overnight guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Irl Sanders. Sr.. of Gatun,
Saturday evening.
Three-year-Old Celebrates
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold S. Hud-
gins arranged a Hop-A-Long
Cassldy party at their Gatun re-
sidence Sunday afternoon to
honor their young son, James Ar-
nold on his third birthday anni-
James Arnold and his young
friend, Virginia Thomas, received
the guests dressed'in western at-
tire The guests Included: Bever-
ly Gorman. Pamela Therlot. Bev-
erly George. Helen Marie George,
Phyllis Smith, Robbie Thomas,
Mary and Orin Clemment, Susie
and Henry Shirk, Kathle and
Lux To Show Daring
Film 'Devils' Sleep'
At 11 p.m. Friday
The most timely of all films
will be released at a special mid-
night show on Friday at 11' p.m.
in the "Lux" Theater, under the
title of "The Devil's Sleep."
Starring John Mltchum, Lita
Grey Chaplin with George Elfer-
nian (Mr. America), the film is a
daring expose of the devil drug
traffic in "Bennies," "Goofies,"
and "Phenos" as lt really exists.
"The Devil's Sleep" Is a film of
flaming passions two fisted
drama thrills, excitement, love
and tears. This is a powerful ins-
trument for spreading the warn-
ing about sleeping pills and other
narcotics and Is adapted for the
screen from actual investigations
in the United States.
"B" bombs, today's suicide, per-
il, wreck the Uves of youth, and
In this film is portrayed the
manner in which dealers of death
line up their victims hopped-
up school kids, forced into a life
of crime and shame to obtain
money for their master, the de-
vil drug.
You will see in this film that
New York City is not the only
place where narcotics are openly
sold. You will see and learn a-
bout a shocking crime that Is
plaguing a nation. "The Devil's
Sleep," opening Friday at 11 p.m.
at the "Lux" Theater Is a shock-
er of a drama, unsurpassed for
thrills and suspensethestory of
an evil nightmare!
Butch Pennington, Patsy Han-
nlgan and Jerry Adamszak.
Shirley Keepers. Linda Cun-
ningham. Barbara Reynolds. Ja-
noth Wllloe. Carol Ann Forrest
and Carol.George assisted with
the games T
Mrs. Floyd Forrest, James Ar-
nold's grandmother, served the
birthday cake and assisted her
Stephen McNALLY Ida LUPINO, In
This new musical
Is their best yet I
In .
The funniest picture that ever
crowed the "Big Drink"!
j. THllH MUK ------
ASH 9'
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"Tight Little Island'
Behind the headlines of today's spy
round-up with radio's sensational
with Heward St. Jehn Amanda Blake
$115 to in Prises!
Also: -
Jean Simmons. In
Louise Albrltton. In
John Garfleld. In
-Also: .'
S2M.** to the P.-.blic!
At :0 :00 p.m. Also:
Betty Grable, In
Olivia de Havllland, In
Leo Gorcey, in
-Also: -
flclent ushers will be onrttend to
take you to your reserved table.
There will be dancing trom 8
p.m. until 3 a.m. Show starts at
10 p.m. featuring Olga Sotolongo,
Queen of the Mambo direct from
Cuba; Danny Bishop, Panama's
most popular crooner; Betty Will-
iamson. "The Voice that Caress-
es," Johnny and Wally, famous
dance duo; pearl Harvey, tops in
Lnglng the blues; Reggie and
Marva, Teen Age dance team;
Zoila Gonzalez, shapely "rumbe-
ra," Daniel Dunn, rated as tops
In the Circulo Cuatro Show in Co-
lon; Marta Nieto, typical song
Stylist; Paisley and Paula, ball-
room champs and introducing
David Watts and Al Thompson,
new finds in the singing world,
while Dave (The Voice) Consta-
ble will take care of the M.C.
C^anal Giuoh
Showing Tonight i
lit IMS
Lizabeth SCOTT Dennis O'KEEFE
Wednesday "WYOMING MAIL"
Alexis SMITH Scott BRADY
C O C O i i Joswph COTTEN a Joan FONTAINE
____________ Wedseday "MYSTERY SUBMARINE*
_____________________Friday "YOU'RE IN THE NAVY NOW"
MARGARITA SCT*n' *"irrt Story Man's Conquest of Space I
.: ei 4 "ROCKETSHIP X-M"
________ Wednesday "THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER"
ill *
Veronica LAKE Patrie KNOWLES
_______________ D I_________________
Brian Agar Lovejoy Suzane^
Comparative Advertising Figures
for the First 6 Months o 1951
fo of TOTAL
The Panama American Newspaper "B"
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LOCAL S0396 36.0%
FOREIGN 4W 43.5%
advertising 1
St n READERSHIP in CIRCULATION in Panam and the Zent
in FOREIGN advertising in LOCAL advertising
In CLASSIFIED advertising- in TOTAL advertising
it's not how much per inch
it's how many \/per dollar spent
Yes, the trend shows that more and more dollar-wise advertisers are joining
those who already know that the PANAMA AMERICAN is their best salesman in
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Un Armisticio garantizado terminar la guerra
Jefe de la Delegacin Aliada
exigi que se descartara todo
asunto econmico o poltico
Termin la reunin preliminar entre los delegados
aliados y comunistas en Keasong
RIO IMJIN, Julio 10. (UP).
La delegacin de las Nacio-
nes Unidas para el armisticio
regres anoche despus de cua-
tro horas de conversaciones ini-
ciales con los comunistas, laa
cuales comenzaron con una ad-
vertencia a los rojos de que que
solo un armisticio garantizado
terminar la guerra en Corea.
Los cinco delegados aliados,
encabezados por el vlce-Alml-
rante Charles Turner Joy, estu-
vieron conferenciando en\Kae-
song con loa cinco delegados
comunistas durante hora y me-
dia en la maana y dos horas
y media en la tarde.
Al Iniciarse las conversaciones
Joy expres firmemente que se
descartara todo argumento eeo-
nmleo o politice En su de-
claracin, el Jefe de la dele-
gacin aliada hizo nfasis en
que los aliados no estn bus-
cando una paz y no estn de-
rrotados, sino que han venido
manifestando a la conferencia
en trminos iguales.
Los delegados regresaron a su
campamento anoche, pero no
ulsieron hablar antes de con-
erenciar oficialmente entre
ellos. Los camiones que fueron
a Kaesong con provisiones re-
gresaron aqu, pero los conduc-
tores tenan rdenes de no ha-
Loa cinco helicpteros que
llevaron a los delegados a Kae-
song aterrizaron aqui a interva-
los de un minuto con 45 se-
gundos de retraso.
En la primera reunin, los
comunistas rechazaron la pro-
puesta aliada de que se esta-
bleciera una zona neutral de
diez millas en el rea de las ne-
gociaciones, abarcando a Kum-
chon-Kaesong y Munsan. Los
comunistas dijeron que no dis-
pararan contra los aliados en
esa rea, pero se negaron a es-
tablecer un corredor.
Los comunistas dijeron que no
vean la necesidad de estable-
cer un corredor ya que ellos
'Pasa la P* Col. 4)
irn inform a las Naciones
Unidas que no acatar fallo
del Tribunal de La Haya
TEHERAN, Julio 10 (UP)
Irn inform a las Naciones
Unidas que no acatar los fa-
llos del Tribunal Internacional
de Justicia y advirti que es
posible que presente una que-
jaante las .propias- Naciones
Unidascontra la "interven-
cin" britnica en sus asuntos
El Ministro de Relaciones
Iranio, Bagher Kazeml. envi
un cablegrama al Secretarlo
General de las Naciones Uni-
das, Trygve Lie en que deca:
"En vista de que el Tribunal
de La Haya se ha desviado de
la senda de justicia y ha debi-
litado la confianza pblica que
se tenia en ella, lamento tener
que informar a Su Excelencia
que el Gobierno de Irn, a par-
tir de esta fecha, retira su fir-
ma de la declaracin sobre el
Tribunal Internacional de Jus-
ticia, en lo que respecta a las
decisiones obligatorias".
SI mensaje del Canciller agre-
gaba que Gran Bretaa ha in-
tervenido en Irn y lo ha inti-
midado mediante actos de pro-
vocacin interna incitando a
las huelgas, enviando buques
de guerra y reforzando sus
fuerzas areas y terrestres cer-
ca de Irn.
El mensaje deca que era po-
sible que Irn se quejara pos-
teriormente ante las Naciones
Unidas de esa "intervencin"
El Cuerpo de Bomberos de la
Ciudad de Coln celebrar su
Quincuagsimo Aniversario
Acorralado preso
que se evadi de
campamento penal
Un radiograma enviado por
el Director del Penal de Colba,
informa que basta la fecha no
se ha podido capturar al pr-
fugo Anastasio Pinto, evadido
desde el sbado pasado del
Campamento de San Juan. Pin-
to haba sido condenado por el
Tribunal Superior a la pena de
veinte aos de reclusin fija,
por homicidio y lesiones. Pinto
fu acusado de enterrar vivo a
un menor de tres meses y de
lesionar a la madre de ste que
era su concubina.
Todos los caminos por donde
puede salir el prfugo han si-
do bloqueados por los guardias
del pena', mientras la lancha
de la Colonia realiza cons-
tantes recorridos. Se estima que
el prfugo no, ha podido aban-
donar la Isla. Varias comisiones
se han Internado en la selva
y se espera que dr un momen-
to a otro Pinto sea capturado
por las autoridades.
COLON, julio 10. (J. B.)
El Cuerpo de Bomberos de Co-
ln cumple el quincuagsimo
cuarto ano de su fundacin el
dia 30 de Julio y con tal mo-
tivo se prepara a celebrar esta
fecha y para ello ha nombrado
una comisin que se ocupa dili-
gentemente de la elaboracin de
un programa que har honor a
tan grata fecha.
El dia 10 de julio en la no-
che habr el clsico paseo de
antorchas por las principales
calles de la ciudad. El viernes
20, despus de la reparticin de
barras, estrellas y condecoracio-
nes, se proceder a la bendicin
de los siguientes carros con que
cuenta dicha institucin:
1Carro-escaleras Franklin D.
Roosevelt, en homenaje del gran
creador de la poltica del "Buen
2Carro-bomba Comandante
Walker, en homenaje a la me-
moria de quien dio todo su
calor a engrandecer el Cuerpo
de Bomberos de Coln.
3Carro-ambulancia Chevro-
let y carro-bomba Maxim.
Acto seguido de la bendicin
de estos carros, los jefes y ofi-
ciales del Cuerpo de Bomberos
ofrecern una lujosa recepcin
en su gran saln, gracias a la
generosidad de los padrinos. En-
cabeza la lista de padrinos el
(Pasa a la Pf'?a Columna >
Amenazadas por inundaciones varias
poblaciones de la Prov. del Darin
El Chucunaque ha inundado
la poblacin de Yaviza, y
el Ro Tuira amenaza El Real
Se mantendr en
estado de alerta
la ONU en Corea
(USIS). Las fueraas de las
Naciones Unidas mantienen
sn actividad de alerta a lo
largo de todo el frente corea-
no, segn informa el Depar-
tamento do Defensa.
En un Informe para la
prensa, el Departamento co-
munica que en la r eg i n
Hwangchon-Yangu del frente
central las tropas de la ONU
llevaron a cabe a fin de se-
mana una "olenstfa Umita-
da" contra las posiciones co-
munistas y ganaron terreno.
En los otros puntos del
frente ha habido accin de
Despachos de prensa infor-
man que las prdidas del ene-
migo durante tres das de
combates areos han sido *
aviones destruidos y cuatro
daados. El contacto entre
laa fuertes terrestres de la
ONU y las comunistas ha si-
do "leve", dicen los despachos
de prensa.
No quiere Israel
que termine an
estado de guerra
TEL AVIV, Julio 10 (UP)
Israel envi su protesta a Es-
lados Unidos Oran Bretaa y
Francia contra la terminacin
del estado de guerra con Ale
El Gobierno de Israel dijo cue
"la guerra de Alemania contra
ei pueblo judio no puede con-
siderarse terminada".
Un portavoz del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores dijo que
'seis aos despus del fin de
hostilidades el pueblo alemn
no ha expiado o reparado toda-
va los crimenes cometidos pjr
los nazis".
Brindis en la Presidencia
Es posible que no
se diete una ley
de sueldos ahora
El Presidente de la Repblica, don Alclbiades Arosemena,
brinda con el Ex-Presldente de Guatemala, Dr. Juan Jos
Arvalo, una copa de Champagne, en la visita que realiz
este ltimo ayer al medio dia al Jefe del Estado. El Dr. Ar-
valo, que visit por varios das nuestra capital, parti esta
madrugada para Buenos Aires, donde lo lleva una misin
diplomtica de su patria.
En la Ciudad de Panam se
consume, todos los aos ms
de 150.000 qq. de arroz
Los Trabajadores Areos de la
Habana se declaran en huelga
HABANA, Julio II (UP).Loa miembros de la Federa-
cin de Trabajadores Areos so declararon en huelga esta
anana congestionando el trfico internacional en el aero-
puerto de Rancho Boyeros.
Un portavoc de la National Airlines dijo que sta esta-
ba preparada para llevar a cabo todos su vuelos, los que
suman a ocho diarios. Por lo pronto tres lograron salir en
La Federacin haba advertido que se declarara en
huelga el IS de Julio a menos que se les concediera a los
empleados de la Compaa Cubana de Aviacin afiliada a
la Pan-American Airways, y se estableciera la semana de
trabajo de 36 horas.
La torre de control del aeropuerto todava oat traba-
Muere comisionado
econmico de E. U.
en viaje al Brasil
(U8I8) Francis Adam Trus-
!ow, de 45 aos de edad, Miem-
bro de la Comisin Mixta U;a-
s)leroamerlcana para el Fomen-
to Econmico, falleci el do-
mingo mientras iba en viaie
hacia Rio para hacerse cargo
de su puesto.
Truslow sufri un ataque car-
diaco mientras dorma, abordo
del vapor Argentina despus de
ocho dias de haber salido de
Nueva York. Eu esposa, dos hi-
jos y dos hijas, se hallaban con
l. Habia pensado permanccci
por lo menos un ao en Brasil
para estudiar las necesidades
oel desarrollo de ese pas en o >-
operacin con un comisionado
Los laboristas piden
que EE. UU. reduzca
programa de rearme
LONDRES, Julio 10 (UP) El
ala izquierda del Partido Labo-
rista propuso que Gran Breta-
a, a cambio de las bases ticas
concedidas a Estados Unidos en
su territorio, exija la reduccin
del programa de rearme occi-
dental e Importantes modifica-
ciones en la poltica exterior
La propuesta fu hecha en un
folleto titulado "Un camino bo-
lamente", que viene a ser un
manifiesto del dirigente labo-
jista de Izquierda Aneurin lie-
van, quien abandon la prima-
vera pasada el Gabinete bri-
tnico en protesta por la ampli-
tud y costo del rearme occiden-
Segn cifras publicadas por
el Boletn de Estadstica de la
Contraloria General de la Re-
pblica, el consumo de arroz en
la ciudad de Panam asciende
a 160,000 quintales anuales, cu-
yo valor se calcula en B. 1,-
De acuerdo con tales datos,
se puede calcular que el resto
de la repblica debe consumir
alrededor de 300,000 quintain,
cifra que no se puede compiJ-
bar por la forma de cultivo en
pequea escala del campesinado
Durante el auge producido
por la segunda Guerra Mun-
dial el campesino se dedic a
otros menesteres y la repblica
se vio obligada a importar casi
el total del consumo de la ciu-
dad de Panam. Del ao 1947
hasta la fecha la vuelta de los
campesinos al interior produjo
un aumento extraordinario en
la produccin de arroz, asi que
en el ao 1950 se importaron
solamente 2,000 quintales.
Los tcnicos del Ministerio de
Agricultura y Comercio Indica-
ron a esta redaccin que la
mayor parte de la produccin
nacional de arroz proviene de
cultivos rudimentarios en ex-
tensiones de terrenos de una
hectrea o menos para el uso
de la familia campesina y los
recientes cultivos mecanizados
fueron afectados por plagas de
langostas y las sequas de los
meses de Julio y Agosto del l-
timo ao, lo que disminuy
considerablemente la produc-
Los agricultores vendieron a
principios de este ao el arroz
que les sobraba, apartando la
semilla para las siembras de la
cosecha de 1951-52. General-
mente los campesinos guardan
ua cantidad mayor de semi-
lla hasta que la sembrada ha-
ya nacido, y no ser sino hasta
fines de septiembre cuando ha-
yan terminado las siembras en
todo el pas que ser puesta
en venta la pequea cantidad
de arroz no sembrado.
Aunque el Banco Agropecua-
rio ha iniciado un precio de a-
poyo a la siembra de arroz en
este ultimo mes, se estima oue
es muy tarde para impulsar la
siembra del 1951-52 y no ha
servido para corregir la polti-
ca de precios confusa que des-
moraliz a los agricultores afec-
tados por los tropiezos sufridos
en la cosecha de este ao.
Como consecuencia de esto, se
advierte actualmente menor
cantidad de terreno preparado
Eara la siembra del arroz. Ha-
r pues, una menor prodc-
eme para el ao 1952.
El Partido Liberal Nacional
ratifica su determinacin
de postular a Don R. Chiari
El Directorio Nacional del
Partido Liberal Nacional, dict
la siguiente resolucin por me-
dio de la cual se ratifica en su
determinacin de postular a
don Roberto F. Chlarl como
candidato a la Presidencia.
El Directorio Nacional del
Partido Liberal Nacional
Que este Directorio no ha
formulado declaracin alguna
en el sentido de que Don Ro-
berto F. Chlarl no es el candi-
dato en los prximos comicios
y que est firme la resolucin
aprobada por la Convencin re-
cientemente celebrada en San-
tiago de Veraguas en la que se
pidi la postulacin del seor
Roberto F. Chiari. para candi-
dato a la Presidencia de la Re-
pblica, por considerar que este
prestigioso ciudadano es garan-
ta efectiva de progreso para
el pas y bandera segura de
triunfo para la causa liberal
en las prximas elecciones po-
Las Comisiones del
Directorio Nacional
Laa distintas comisiones per-
manente* del Directorio, cuyas
funcione* estn determinadas
en los Estatutos, fueron nom-
bradas tambin en la sesin de
ayer, aj:
Comisin Politica:
Enrique A. Jimnez, Ricardo
Adolfo de la Guardia, Roberto
F. Chiari, Vctor Florencio Goy-
ta y Gonzalo Tapia.
Comisiones de Asuntos Sociales
Luis D. /.lfaro, Anterior Quin-
zada y Victor Mirones.
Comisin de Asuntos
Francisco J. Morales, Agustn
Cedeo, Leo Gonzlez y Anto-
nio Angulzola.
Comisin de Asuntos Legales
Felipe Juan Escobar, Ramon
Morales, Luis Herrera y Vctor
Florencio Goytia.
Comisin de Finanzas
Guillermo Mndez P., Floren-
cio Icaza A., Alberto A. Boy,
Jos Maria Herrera G, y An-
tonio Angulzola.
Comisin de Asuntos Exteriores
Abilio Bellido, catalino Arro-
cha Graell y Antenor Qulnza-
Comisin de Accin
y Propaganda
Gil Blas Tejelra, Gonzalo
Tapia. Mauricio Daz, Flavlo
Velasquez, Abilio Bellido, y Fe-
lipe Escobar.
En estudio la integracin de
los Directorios Provinciales.
Personas vinculadas a los
crculos oficialer estimaban
esta maana que no seria
dictado el Decreto-Ley sobre
los sueldos de los empleados
del Estado, que servira de
base a la Ley del Presupues-
to de Rentas y Gastos para
el presente ao fiscal.
Dichas personas funda-
mentan esta creencia en las
repetidas demoras produci-
das en la preparacin del
mencionado Decreto-Ley. que
regular los sueldos de los
empleados pblicos.
Desde la semana pasada,
fuentes oficiales informaron
que el mencionado Decreto-
Ley seria enviado a la Comi-
sin Legislativa Permanen-
te para su consideracin.
Pars cumpli ayer
2.000 aos de haber
sido establecida
PARIS, Julio 10 (UP) Ofi-
cialmente Pars cumpli dos mil
aos y las celebraciones de ayer
hacen que miles de sus habi-
tantes se sientan tan viejos Jo-
mo la capital francesa.
Del Arco de Triunfo a los
Bosques de Bolofia se observan
las consecuenclaa de las liba-
ciones, de quienes estuvieron fes-
tejando la fecha hasta mucho
despus que la luz del alba co-
menzara a surgir sobre el Sena.
Los dueos de cafs informa-
ron que Infinidad de personas
han estado solicitando reme-
dios para curarse los. efec-
tos de la ebriedad y estn elu-
diendo las mesas en las aceres
en donde acostumbran a sen-
tarse para tomar el sol.
Las celebraciones de ayer que
dieron culminacin a las'-
vidades del segundo milenio Ue-
v a centenares de miles Jt
personas al centro de la ciudad
lu a bailar en las calles y pre-
senciar los fuegos artificiales y
tomar algunos tragos ms de la
Los ros Chucunaque y Tuira
que provocaron desastrosas 1-
nundaciones en ao pasado, en
ia Provincia del Darin y per-
didas de vidas y la destruccin
de enormes sementeras a lo' lar-
go de sus orillas, amenazan pro-
vocar nuevamente un desastre
e las mismas proporciones, se-
gn informaciones llegadas esta
maana de Yaviza y La Palma.
El seor Alfredo Junca de la
poblacin de Yaviza, inform
que una gran avenida de a^ua
del rio Chucunaque ha comen-
zado a Inundar a la vieja po-
blacin de Yaviza cuyos habi-
tantes estn grandemente a-
iarmados y han comenzado a
mudarse para las partea alies.
Se teme que el rio Chico que
desemboca frente a la poblacin
de Yaviza, donde est situado
Un ingls herr a
su mujer como una
"pruebo de arflor"
MANCHESTER, Julio 10 (Ur)
Lewelly Sharpies de S3 anos
ce edad fu acusado de haber
"herrado" a su bella esposa on
sus iniciales "porque ella me
La Polica inform que Shar-
pies at a su'esposa, Muriel eB
un silla, form las Iniciales de
su nombre con un pedazo d:
alambre, calentndolo lur/o y
aplicndoselo al pecho de su es-
La esposa de Sharpies dijo que
no haba reportado el hecho a
ia Polica porque "ella ama mu-
cho a su esposo". -
un viejo y amurallado fuerte es-
paol, se desborde y provoque
Inundaciones totales en la le-
Los informes indican que el
to Tuira, el ms caudaloso de
ia Repblica inund ya la po-
blacin de Boca del Cupe, mlen-
tias que la poblacin de El Rtal
se tienen noticias que las agua*
del Tuira han llegado a varias
cosas y tiendas de la poblacin
Be espera que el Gobierno torn*
urgentes medidas para evitar
laa desgracias del ao pasad
que fueron enormes, sobre iouo
en las tierras donde habitan lot
Querer es poder y
as lo demostr un
suicida genovs
GENOVA. Julio 10. (UP).
Pletro Oentlna, vendedor de
caf, de 30 aos de edad, trat
de suicidarse mediante un nue-
vo sistema. Imprimindole una,
alta velocidad a su automvil,
se estrell contra una pared de
piedra. El automvil qued com-
pletamente destrozado, per
Oentlna no logr su objetivo.
Varias personas llegaron al
lugar del intento de suicidio y
ayudaron a Oentlna a salir del
automvil, tratando de llevarla
a un hospital. Este se neg, -
camin con toda la calma a
travs de un campo y salt
por sobre un precipicio de 300
pies. Esta vez si logr lo que
Salvajemente golpea
a su mujer sujeto
en Pueblo Nuevo
Anoche a las 11:30 fu con-
ducida al Dispensarlo del Hos-
pital Santo Toms la seora E-
lena Ortega, de 33 aos de e-
lad, mprena, soltera, de oficios
domsticos, residente en Pueblo
Nuevo, casa No. 4473, para ssr
atendida de heridas que le cau-
s su marido durante una ua
que sostuvieron ambos en su re-
Hasta el momento no se han
podido obtener detalles de lo
sucedido ya que la seora Orte-
ga al llegar al Dispensarlo se
encontraba Imposibilitada para
hablar a consecuencia de los
El doctor Molina, quien la a-
tendi diagnostic; golpe de en
lusin en el maxilar inferior
con rotura de la mucosa en el
labio inferior con fractura del
hueso. La seora Ortega se en-
cuentra hospitalizada en sala 3
cama 11 bajo observacin m-
Hasta el momento de entur
en prensa ste diarlo el mari-
co de la Ortega se encontraba
en libertad.
Suspendieron hoy clases las
escuelas secundaras como
respaldo a la manifestacin
Grupos de estudiantes pidieron a los comerciantes
cerrar a medio dia
Se organiza club
interiorano aqu
El presidente provisional del
Club Interiorano de Panam gr.
Don Segundo I. Quintero, tita
por este medio a todas las sa-
ciedades interioranas y a tocas
aquellas personaa del Interior y
que an se siente interiorano a
una reunin maana a las 8 de
la noche en la Escuela Nlcolr
Pacheco. Esta reunin tiene co-
mo fin cursar varios proyectas
que estn en preparacin e-
lacionado con la formacin de
esta entidad Adems se nom-
brar la directiva que ha de re-
tir los destinos de ese uu^oi-
tante centre social.
Con motivo de la manifesta-
cin que se llevar esta tarde al
Excelentsimo seor Presidente
de la Repblica, Don Alclbiaes
Arosemena para solicitarle su
intervencin a fin de que se be-
fe el costo de la vida, las es-
cuelas oficiales decretaron un
paro por el da de hoy.
El Instituto Nacional suspen-
di clases ayer y esta maana
lo hicieron la Escuela Profesio-
nal el Liceo de Seoritas y la
Escuela de Artes y Oficios, se-
gn pudo comprobar un redac-
tor de este diarlo.
En las ltimas horas del me-
dio dia varios comerciantes lla-
maron a la redaccin de "El
ranam Amrica", informando
que se les habia solicitado ce-
rrar sus almacenes con oojeto
e dejar que los empleados con-
currieran a la manifestacin.
Tambin recorrieron las calles
grupos con banderolas, n-
c.tando a los choferes y
obreros a que se unieran al
Otros informes nos indicaron
que la manifestacin tend ia
lugar a las cinco de la tarde y
que seria recibida por el Jete
ael Estado en el Palacio Presi-
El Premier de la
repblica francesa
renunciar hoy
PARIS, Julio 10 (UP) Henrl/1
Queullle dimite hoy de la Pre-
sidencia del Consejo- de Minis
t:os y los observadores policoe
pronostican que se neclsitai.n
de tres dias a tres semanas pa-
ra dotar a Francia de un nue\ x
gobierno capaz de mantenerse \
a flote en la nueva Asamblea
Nacional acabada de elegir.
El Primer Ministro socialista'.
y sM Oablnete de coalicin pre|
sentarn su dimisin sta .o-1
che despus que la Asamblea e-jj
lija su presidente, que seguia-I
mente volver a ser EduardiE
Herriot. viejo estadista racueeflj
de 80 aos que la presidi an-
tea de la guerra y nuevamente
desde el ao 1947.
Sigue implacable la persecucin
de prelados catlicos en China
WASHINGTON, Julio 10 (USIS).Los comunistas chi-
nos han arrestado a otros tres extranjeros miembros de la
jerarqua catlica en China, segn informa un despacho de
Tokio para el Servicio Nacional Catlico de Noticias aqui.
El arzobispo Frederick Melendro. de (1 aos de edad,
jesuta espaol residente en la provincia de Anhwei, fu
encarcelado el 2S de Mayo junto con varios sacerdotes. El
obispo Slvanos Valenson. de la provincia de Siechwan. de
71 ao* de edad, misionero de Paris, fu capturado por la
polica v se le tiene detenido.
Monseor Tarcisio Martina, italiano, prefacio apostlico
de la provincia de Hopeh. fu arrestado y conducido a Pti-
pin. capital de la China Roja.

f/t'.INA DOS
Hoy se inauguran las conversaciones entre los
representantes de las Naciones Unidas y los comu-
nistas de Corea del Norte y China para tratar so-
bre la posibilidad de un armisticio.
An cuando es innegable el anhelo de paz del
mundo occidental, pero de una paz sin farsas y
segura, existen fuertes dudas sobre los buenos re-
sultados de estas negociaciones. Desde luego que
tambin se abrigan algunas esperanzas de encon-
trar una frmula adecuada para la convivencia
pacfica del mundo, actualmente violentada por la
poltica imperialista de las fuerzas soviticas.
Ojal que los rojos al servicio de Rusia com-
prendieran la necesidad de que el mundo viva tran-
quilamente logrando su normal desarrollo, para ga-
rantizar la dignidad humana.
En torno a estas propuestas de paz se han he-
cho mltiples conjeturas de orden lgico y se las
ha considerado como parte de una maniobra po-
ltico-militar de Rusia que sirva de cortina de hu-
mo para poner en juego otros propsitos. Corro-
borando esas sospechas, el Diario "Popular", de
Pekn, portavoz oficial de los comunistas chinos,
comenta editorialmente la necesidad de darle un
rumbo determinado a la conferencia que se inau-
gur hoy. El vocero del imperialismo sovitico en
Asia dice "que an cuando se efecten las nego-
ciaciones para un alto de fuego, eso no significa
"una solucin completa" de los problemas de Co-
rea, Formosa, el Tratado de Paz con el Japn y
otros, y que por tanto la China comunista debe con-
tinuar reforzando su defensa."
Ntese que ya comienzan a intensificar el pro-
blema que los comunistas han planteado por For-
mosa; asimismo, pretenden intervenir en la realiza-
cin del Tratado de Paz con Japn. Evidentemen-
te esto significa, entre otras cosas, una prueba rei-
terada de las amenazas contra la paz mundial de
par(e del podero comunista.
As como el vocero oficial de Pekn insiste en
Ja r- (c -."dad c'e que la China roja contine en lo
que l llama a "la defensiva," las Naciones demo-
crticas necesitan estar alertas frente a ese serio
problema comunista que est atropellando al mun-
do libre y de cuya existencia se tienen trgicas y
dolorosas pruebas que no se pueden negar sin fal-
tar a la verdad.
Dictar conferencia
el Dr. Jos Kaled
en Manuel J. Hurtado
La Cmara de Jvenes Inicia-
r maana mircoles un ciclo
de conferencias con la charla
que ofrecer el distinguido psi-
quiatra Jos Kaled en el aula
mxima de la escuela Manuel
Jos Hurtado, situada en la ca-
lle 14 Oeste, a las 7.30 p.m.
El sugestivo e Importante te-
ma a desarrollar se titula "El
Alcoholismo y la Locura" y en
l llevar ol conferencista los
detalles reveladores de la ver-
dad de nuestro medio sobre es-
te masno problema.
Como complemento del pro-
v (rama preparado por los Ju-
'niors, sern presentadas ade-
ms dos Interesantes pelculas
de la Embajada norteamerica-
na que se titulan "En Defensa
de la Paz" y "Ciruga Moderna".
Estas cintas forman parte de
la nueva existencia de pelcu-
las educativas recibidas por el
Departamento de Rea clones
Culturales de la Embajada.
Mujeres lerviosis
Anmicas y Dbiles
ostsdas numeran datas mUa aisuiere
I* lo qua el KKHKIZAN baria para uatadaa,
oo oootinuariaa sufriendo nsecseeriaaiaeite.
Sin la manor vacilacin acwiinaa a la farmacia
v diran: Yo quiero ua fraaro da FERRIZAS.
V eosaenrarian an eegutds a sacudir a de-
presin narvioaa qua est eessumindole,
lenta iiero ineEorablementa.
hi. KKRMZAN aa mee qua ua Inico. e> aa
mediramenlo reataurativn. nutra loa pernos,
vigoriza la aangre y loa tejidoe todo en una
piava, y por ano a aue sr obtienen tan extra,
ordinaroa resultat l o caeos de eoeraia o
empobrecimiento de la sangre, debilided, nv
aotasio, debilidad cerebral r Una ornee as
isa servios.
Obleneran hoy ssssso US psquste Se
i-hlUU/AN en le farmacia da au localidad J
nmetanlo a prueba.
Los qumicos de la Genera.
Paint le proporcionan un
NIEVO FLEX, el acabado
domstico totalmente distin-
to combina idealmente la
be i lera y el aspecto, con la
durabilidad y flexibilidad.

Fuera o dentro por sus extraordinarias propiedades.
Cocinas, cuartos de bao, de nios, toda clase de
muebles, automviles, Juguetes, etc. en fin, donde-
quiera qu se desee una superficie resistente de
belleza duradera.
Calles 17 Oeste y "H" Tel. 2-1W5 Panam
Ave. Herrera 7M4 Tel. CzC Colea.
C^l L^arruet
Drew Pearson dice: Truman y los militares se mostraron
escpticos cuando oyeron la propuesta de paz Rusa.
sidente Trumn se mostr es-
cptlco cuando oy por pri-
mera Ts sobre los deseos de
Rusia para una pat en Co-
rea. "Es como si caminra-
mos a travs de un campo
de minas", dijo Truman a un
amito. "Nadie sabe cuando
una mina lo va a volar a uno
en pedazos"... Los militares
norteamericanos se mostraron
tan escpticos como Truman,
y los diplomticos no tan es-
cpticos. Los diplomticos
creen que los del Kremlin
han estado siguiendo de cr-
ea nuestras nuevas pruebas
atmicas, que los chinos han
sufrido seriamente con la ma-
sacre de sus tropas, y que
todos aceptaran gustosos el
armisticio... Las razones del
escepticismo militar es que
Rusia ha estado enviando
nuevos aviones d# retropro-
pulsin a Manchuria en canti-
dades de 150 por mes. Los a-
viones son enviados en cajas
va el ferrocarril Trans-SI-
beriano, siendo armados al
otro lado de la frontera Si-
beria y entonces volados a
Manchuria. Los chinos tienen
ahora mismo suficientes avio-
nes para hacer pedazos nues-
tros bombarderos si tratra-
mos de seguir el consejo de
MacArtbur de bombardear a
Manchuria... Quizs, la ra-
zn principal de los deseos
comunistas para demorar las
discusiones de una tregua os
que su ejrcito mecanizado se
est concentrando al otro la-
do del ro Yalu. Este
ejrcito est compuesto de
"voluntarios" de los pases sa-
tlites. Los informes del Ser-
vicio de Inteligencia dicen que
estn bastante mecanizados.
y que las preparaciones de
este ejrcito se estn llevan -
de a cabo desde la oferta de
pat hecha por Malik... Ea
por esto que los militares nor-
teamericanos esperan con cal-
ma para ver si los deseos de
pat soviticos son autnticos.
La Fuerza Area quera de-
Sr caer la oferta de pat a-
da sobre la capital de los
comunistas en Corea del Nor-
te, Pyongyang, en vez de
transmitirla por radie. Que-
ran dejarla caer en una bol-
sa con una cinta roja atada.
Sin embargo, el Estado Mayor
y el Departamento de Estado
descarto la idea, decidiendo
que una transmisin radial
seria ms efectiva. Una bolsa
podra no ser descubierta por
varios das.
No se le dio ningn aviso a
la prensa, pero el Senador De-
mcrata de Iowa. Guy Guete,
renuncio como Presidente del
Comit de Elecciones del Sena-
do por una discusin por una
investigacin de las elecciones
de Maryland/
El enorme Gillete perdi su
control, gritando que habla sido
"avergonzado" y que habla su-
frido "Incomodidad personal"
por la forma como se llev a
cabo la investigacin. Tambin
acus al sub-comit de Mary-
land de no haberlo consultado.
Gillete grit: "He estado tra-
tando durante seis meses que
el sub-comlt me entregue un
Informe. Todo esto me ha cau-
sado una gran dosis de "Inco-
modidad personal".
Con un rugido final, anunci
que presentara su renuncia co-
mo presidente del Comit de E-
Trtase de producir gas mediante
combustin subterrnea del carbn
Por John K. Chadwick
GORGAS, Alabama, julio 10.
(EPSi. Por primera vez en
los Estados Unidos, se ha Ini-
ciado aqu un amplio plan pa-
ra producir gas del carbn me-
diante su combustin subterr-
Ya en 1947 y 1849, tos Inge-
nieros de la oficina de Mine-
ra y de la Alabama Power
Comany haban Intentado ex-
perimentos parecidos; pero ha
sido esta semana cuando real-
mente comenz a ejecutarse el
plan", usndose una corriente de
2.400 voltios que fue pasada por
dos electrodos colocados a una
profundidad de doscientos pies
en el yacimiento carbonfero.
El doctor J. L. Eider, experto
de la Oficina de Minas que tie-
ne a su cargo el experimento,
calcula que con la corriente ci-
tada toda la zona carbonfera
ser calentada a temperaturas
altsimas; luego se suspender
esa corriente y se Inyectar aire
por medio de agujeros hechos
en ambos extremos de la mis-
ma, esperndose que se lograra
obtener gas de alta calidad.
El objeto principal de estos
experimentos, que se realizan a
corla distancia del importante
centro Industrial de Blrmln-
"ham. es probar el valor prc-
tico de utilizar el carbn sin
necesidad de extraerlo de los
yacimientos, es decir, haciendo
que produzca gas all mismo.
En los experimentos prelimi-
nares se utilizaron tneles que
fueron hechos en el yacimien-
to de carbn, pero los hundi-
mientos que se produjeron, asi
como otros factores. Indicaron
la necesidad de mejorar el pro-
La parte elctrica de la prue-
ba est bajo la direccin del
doctor Eric Sarapu, tambin de
la Oficina de Minas, quien par-
ticip en los trabajos prelimi-
nares verificados, en mucha
menor escala, en Hume, Estado
de Kansas
Como principal Ingeniero
consultor figura el doctor Mil-
ton H. Fies, de la Alabama Po-
wer Company.
El costo de los experimentos
es cubierto a medias por esta
empresa y la Oficina de Mi-
nas. Hasta ahora se ha gastado
un milln de dlares.
La nica otra operacin de
esta clase que haya tenido buen
xito fue realizada en Gorlov-
ka, Rusia, antes de la segun-
da guerra mundial.
Sern enviados a
diversas crceles
siete comunistas
WASHINGTON, julio 10. (UP)
- Se ha sabido que los siete
dirigentes comunistas nortea-
mericanos que se encuentran
encarcelados sern separados y
enviados a diferentes
a fin de evitar que sigan cons-
pirandos mientras purgen su
condenas de cinco aos.
James V' Dennett, Director di
Prisiones, dijo que los dirigen-
tes rojos estn siendo clasifica-
dos en la Penitenciaria Fede-
ral de Pennsylvania pero que
ms tarde la mayora de ches
sern transferidos a otras Insti-
El registro de prisiones imiica
oue Eugene Dennis y John Ga-
tes Irn a la Penitenciaria de
Atlanta, mientras que Irv.rg
Potash y John B. Williamson i-
ran a Leavenworth.
Los otros tres comunistas q se entregaron el viernes en Hue-
va York son Benjamin J. Davis
Jr., Jacob Stachel y Carl Winter.
Un funcionario de la crcel
Federal de Nueva York dijo q-te
Davis ser enviado a la prLsin
federal de Terre Hauteen In-
diana, y Stachel y Danbury a la
prisin de Connecticut.
A partir del marte 10 de julio, queda abierto el
concurso para llenar el puesto de Bibliotecaria de la
Los aspirantes deben pasar por la Direccin del
plantel antes del 13 de julio, para llenar un formulario
de solicitud y acompaarlo con las credenciales co-
La ciudad se estira y ensancha hacia Las Sabanas, y apare-
cen embrionarios ncleos satlites: Pueble Nuevo, La. Carrasqui-
lla, San Francisco, etc.. Sin embargo, la aglomeracin humana
de algunos rlejos barrios de la ciudad alcanza proporciones de
"densidad de rascacielos". Hay ya ms brazos de los que 'cis-
ma el funcionamiento, mantenimiento y defensa del Canal. Xa
la "Zona", la alegre marinada, las exticas caravanas tursticas
no bastan para proporcionar usutento a los brazos que abrieren
el gran "surco", a sus nbUes proles, a U legion de Interioranos
que atrajo el hechice de la dorada verbena citadina-----
Surgen los problemas inqulllnarlos. Se empurpuran las bal-
dosas del Parque de Santa Ana con sangre de la humilde plebe,
que clama por un techo y un mendrugo. Pero no es posible vi-
vir sin comer. El comercio ha prosperado. Las "chibas8', los ae-
tos proliferate. La gasolina es otro filn de renta, que paga el.
pueblo, para el Estado.
Los caones nazis desgarran la desvalida Polonia. La alar-
ma de la segunda Guerra Mundial ha sonado. El Canal ha de
Jugar su mxime "rol" estratgico. Vuelven los millones a Pa-
nam. Tercer Juego de esclusas, carretera trans-mUnlca, obras
de defensa, bases, tropas. Brazos jornaleros a precie de oro re-
clama la "zanja" y su defensa, que es la del Hemisferio y la de
la Democracia universal... Panam adquiere su aire despreo-
cupado de verbena; se Juega locamente a la lotera ya que no
hay seguridad sino del instante. Ms rentas para el Estado, que
puede derrochar y hasta proveer al aglgantamlento de una clu-
dadela. Qu importa quin gobierne; el oro riela y el jornale-
ro sudoroso solaza sos fatigas en la atmsfera bulliciosa de sus
callejuelas Impregnadas de sumos bquicos, donde se ha extin-
guido el latigazo del nen urbano en los portones, pero se en-
cienden las "cajas" de msica en las tabernas...
Se firma el Armisticio. En cortos meses.cesan de atravesar
el Canal los ltimos convoyes militares del Pacifico. Se han sus-
pendido las obras y bases de defensa; se ban repatriado muchos
de los obreros trados especialmente durante la contienda. Sin
embargo, la poblacin ha aumentado a un ritmo de CINCO MIL
personas por ao... Se han" paralizado prcticamente las edifi-
caciones de viviendas durante el perodo blico. El hacinamien-
to cobra proporciones alarmantes; los alquileres aumentan. Las
arcas nanearlas han acumulado un rebosante volante de ore que
impele durante dos e tres anos la construccin de easaa de
"apartamentos". Ms automviles, que ahora se producen en
masa. Pero el desemplee conde, y el pueblo imprevisor reclama
ayuda a sus "polticos" y abulta ahora Us frondas burocrticas,
ya que el Estado, imprevisor culpable, no ha pensado en la ur-
gencia de abrir fuentes propias de trabaje y produccin. Es la
CRISIS econmica y fiscal que atravesamos, pero es tambin cri-
sis de previsin; crisis de nuestra moral poltica y social, con sus
endiosamientos de espreos apestles v las gelatinosas coqueteras
de los "polticos" de arriba, v de muchos aspirantes al Peder, por
el favor de la crislida castrense. Mientras tanto, la DIGNIDAD
del humilde obrero y su capacidad electora cvica es burlada een
menosprecio descarado en las urnas. Y pensar qae se han sacri-
ficado millones de seres humanos por la Democracia Universal!!!
Como se desembozan ahora amenazantes las angustias popu-
lares ante el ALTO COSTO DE LA VIDA, los gobiernos descubren
paliativos sedantes: CONTROL DE PRECIOS. Pero estas medi-
das son de efecto limitado, como varios periodistas han sealado.
Nuestro control sobre les artculos importados la gran mayo-
ra de los que consnmlmos puede slo ejercerse sobre lea si-
guientes factores del precio:
a) Almacenaje y acarree desde los puertos de arribe Bal-
boa y Cristbal hasta la tienda del vendedor.
b) Impuesto de introduccin.
c) Ganancia y "tcticas" comerciales.
Seria inoficioso abundar en el anlisis de estos factores para
concluir qne las aedidas reguladoras e de control deben tener
carcter temporal de urgencia nicamente, ya que su implan-
tacin permanente estara en contradiccin con los postulados de
una poltica arancelaria tendiente a la estructuracin de ana
evolutiva economa "propia". Son PALIATIVAS estas medidas,
pues los predios son altos e bajos en proporcin a la capacidad
adquisitiva de los consumidores, y la masa de stos apenas pue-
de sostener un nivel de mera subsistencia. Adems, hoy sobran
brazos, ya legiones de brasas que agudizan la crisis. El nivel
de vida del promedio de las grandes masas urbanas ea aplana
ms an, y la MISERIA, sin adjetivos, asoma su torva fat...
Qu hacer? Obligar a los patronos a subir los salaries? A
aumentar el nmero de empleados? Le primero aee parece fac-
tible y recomendable: establecimiento del "salario mnimo" para
las diferentes categoras de oficios. La segunda, para ser justa,
requerira la Implantacin de una maquinaria costosa; el reme-
dio seria tan grave como el mal.
Pero hay un gran "patrono": El Canal, hoy "Compaa del
Canal de Panam". El espinoso asante de nuestras relaciones
con los Estados Unidos debe encararse con verdadera uncin pa-
tritica, en la seguridad de que ese gran paeblo sabr entender
nuestros sentimientos si ellos se expresan en tono serene y cul-
to, y al nuestros argumentos llevan el selle de un acucioso estu-
dio de la realidad por parte de nuestros ms autorizados tcni-
cos. As podremos llevar al convencimiento de ese "patrono" que
lo* salarios de los obreros panameos en la Zona no se ajustan
al mnimo que una genuine y digna aspiracin democrtica exi-
ge. Podramos, asimismo, reclamar las ventajas que las clusu-
las contractuales de los Tratados vigentes Implican para nuestro
comercie oen las naves que atraviesan el Canal. Deberamos
aclarar el "status" de los descendientes de antillanos que residen
y trabajan en la Zona, y si ellos an no son panameos, no de-
bemos permitir que salarie que ellos acepten sirva de criterio
para extenderlo a les obreros panameee, cuyas numerosas fa-
milias si viven y se abastecen en nuestras ciudades terminales
en circunstancias desventajosas, con problemas de transporte,
alojamiento, cesto de alimentacin y vestido, escolares, sanitarios
y sociales harto ms apremiantes que les de aquellos.
Impulsar las construcciones privadas? Ne pensamos qae se
pueda obligar al capital privado a construir cuando esc capital
abrigue inseguridades o temores injustificados e ne sobre
la seriedad v estabilidad de nuestras instituciones polticas y ad-
ministrativas y sobre el rendimiento de su inversin. Pero si
Cuede y DEBE obligarse a los propietarios de inmuebles insalu-
res y deteriorados a efectuar mejoras higinicas y reparaciones
inmediatas, lo que aliviarla la carga del desemplee.
Iniciar la construccin inmediata de obras pblicas? Las
partidas del Ministerio pertinente son escasas. Pero si deben
acatarse las proposiciones del capital extranjero, mediante el
sometimiento a LICITACIN INTERNACIONAL, como hacen ma-
chos pases civilizados, para el financlamlento de planes de
edificacin de obras escolares o de puertos para "zonas libres",
cuya justificacin creemos haber demostrado ea nuestras crni-
cas anteriores.
Suprimir empleados pblicos, para proveer fondos con qu
emplear otros en diferentes dependencias del Estado? Seria in-
operante si no llevase el sello de una justa rectificacin valora-
tiva, que impone que en momentos de apremie nacional se recor-
ten los gastos adjetivos para solventar loe de genuino Inters na-
Los Comunistas Chinos revelan cmo
derrotaron a las fuerzas de Chiang
WASHINGTON, Julio (EPS).La China comunista ha re*
velado por fin la historia verdadera de cmo pode derrotar a
Chiang Kai-shek y conquistar la China continental defendida
per los ejrcitos nacionalistas.
Chu Teh, el general en jefe de lee comunistas, se jacta ae-
ra de que los suyos se apuntaren la victoria final al organizar
su ejrcito y el partido en la poca en que Chiang convino en
una tregua en China.
Estaciones monitors del gobierno captaren la informacin
de Chu Teh, radiada per la emisora comunista de Pekn en el
trigsimo aniversario de la fundacin del Partido Comunista chi-
no, celebrada este mea.
Es una de las delaraciones ms sensacionales hechas jams
por un miembro destacado de la Jerarqua comunista que gobier-
na a la China, el general Chu Teh se jact pblicamente de que
los comunistas "movilizaron todo el ejercito, el partido y el pue-
blo" detrs de sus lineas durante el periodo de "tregua".
"Per tanto, nosotros podamos debilitar continuamente a las
tropas del Kuo-min-tang (las nacionalistas), aumentar nuestros
propios efectivos y armarnos con las armas tomadas a aqullas
durante el transcurso de la guerra del pueble nor su liberacin",
dijo Chu Teh.
En la acostumbrada jeringonza de la propaganda comunista,
en la que una parte acusa siempre a la otra de hacer 1 que
est haciendo ella misma, Cha dije que loe comunistas tenan
que preceder asi porque teman que los nacionalistas pudieran
Se discurso, tai come fu captado aqui, explicaba la situa-
cin de esta forma;
"En estas circunstancias, el Partido Comunista de la China
mantuvo firmemente en alto su bandera de aras, democracia y
unidad... Al mismo tiempo, moviliz a todo el partido, as como
al ejrcito y al pueblo en todas las zonas liberadas... para te*
mar las medidas adecuadas con objeto de estar listos para de-
rrotar a Chiang Kai-shek en su ataque centra el pueblo y la res
volucin cuando se decidiera a turbar la pas".
Chu Teh fu general en jefe de les ejrcitos comunistas de-
rante este periodo y actualmente se le considera nicamente ees
gundo al lider Mae Tse-tang ea el rgimen comunista.
Sus declaraciones faeron consideradas de gran importancia
en vista de las crticas hechas por sganos senadores en el sen-
tido de qae la prepuesta "tregua" en Corea ser slo un ardid
comunista para gansr tiempo para reorganizar sus ejrcitos.
Cha Teh continu diciendo que les ejrcitos comunistas ani-
quilaron a los ejrcitos de Chiang Kai-shek, siguiendo el princi-
pio militar expuesto per el propio camarade Mao Tse-tang.'
Dicho principio, explic l, exige siempre que "se concentren
fuerzas armadas en nmeros abrumadores en an lagar determi-
nado para aniquilar las nenas enemigas ana per ana".
Haciendo historia de les esfuerzos de "pas" del Partido Co-
munista en China durante este periodo, Chu dijo que les comu-
nistas hablan hecho, a fines de les aos cuarenta, muchos lla-
mamientos a la pas, la democracia y la anidad.
"Este oblig a Chiang a expedir una orden de alte el fnege
y convocar a una conferencia poltica consultiva de todos les
partidos, en la cual se formularon resoluciones sobre el logro de
la paz, la democracia y la anidad", record Cha.
A la postre, lee ejrcitos comunistas pudieren reorganizarse
y llegar a ser progresivamente ms fuertes durante este Inar-
vslo, hasta que lograren tener superioridad numrica y d ar-
mamento sobre las tropa sdel Kuo-mln-tang.
El ejrcito nacionalista pas de la superioridad numrica,
que tuvo durante mucho tiempo, a la inferioridad numrica; y
el ejreito de liberacin del pueble pas de la inferioridad aa-
mrica a superioridad, segn dije Cha Teh.
Agreg qae para compensar las bajas habidas en sus Mas,
el ejercite comunista dependa principalmente de les prisioneros
de gaerra y de grandes numeres de soldados nacionalista qae
se rendan a los comunistas.
En casi castre aos de gaerra, dije Cha, lea comunistas In-
dujeren a ms de un milln eeteclentes setenta mil seMadee na-
cionalistas a pasarse al lado comunista y acontar sa incorpora-
cin ea el ejrcito de Mae.
"Est claro qae este resultado ne carece de importancia para
el imperialismo norteamericano", advirti Chu, agregando:
"Sm duda que el heroico pueble chine liberar ciertamente
a Formosa de las manos del Imperialismo norteamericano y per-
mitir que los seis millones setecientos mil compatriotas qae vi-
ven all vuelvan al regara de la gran patria china.
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Pablo NaranjoEL REAL

El Doctor Rodrguez Emilian
entreg bajo inventario los
enseres del Hospital de Pm.
Publicamos a continuacin el
acta de entrega del hospital de

enonom Junio 25 de 1931
quien concierna:
S Conste por el presente docu-
mento, que en la fecha
cibido del ex-Director del Hos-
pital de Penonom, Doctor -
-Jerlco Rodrguez Emlliani, dcbl-
f ament inventariado y ami
tsmpleta satisfaccin todo el e-
uipo e instrumental del men-
cionado Hospital que se hera
r^ctallado en listas especiales
"que han sido revisadas cuiaa-
osamente por m y firmaas
para los fines consiguientes.
En efectivo he recibido como
fondos del Hospital la suma de
5 2.595.10 representados en de-
psitos en el Banco de Cocl:
K 2.183.25; dinero en efectivo:
B. 410.65; un vale de empleado:
| B. 1.20-
Como saldo de Caja del mes
de Mayo aparece en el informs
mensual correspondiente la ><<-
Pi> de B. 852.72 lo cual aumci.ta
ei efectivo recibido con el Hos-
pital a la suma de B. 3.447.G2.
Teniendo en cuenta que ha
do Ja Administradora Enfer-
mera Jefe, Sra. Luisa J. Ohudor
lu que ha tenido a su cargo el
fcianejo de los fondos del Hos-
pital, ella se ha hecho respon-
sable ante mi por cualquier aa-
ma de dinero que falte en la
cantidad arriba expresada.
Para constancia se firma el
esente documento por los que
an intervenido en este acto en
la ciudad de Penonom a los
velnticlto das del mes de Ju-
nio de mil novecientos clncudi-
Dr. Federico Rodrguez Eniliani
Director Saliente
Dr. Anbal Grimaldo
Director Entrante
Luisa J. Ohudor
Enfermera Jefe Administradora
Eligieron Directiva
los Leones de Divisa
DIVISA, Julio 10 (Especial)
En esta semana eligi directi-
va el Club de Leones de Divida,
para el periodo de 1951-1952, la
que qued integrada asi: Prol-
tcnte, Ingeniero Bernardo O-
eaa V., Primer Vice-Presldent*,
Ing. Luis A. Palacios; Segundo
V ice-Presidente profesor Isa ios
Vsquez; Secretarlo Ingeniero
Angel M. Carrizo; Terorero pro-
fesor Hildebrando A. Luna K.;
Domador Francisco Tello; Tucr-
cerrabos Claudio Fernndez V.;
Vocales profesor Ramn Tejada,
Amoldo Vrela, Profesor Augus-
to Arosemena y el Profesor Ri-
cardo Silvera C
La toma de posesin de esta
directiva ser solemnizada cjn
una cena a la que asistirn las
leonas y cachorros.
Para este nuevo ao de la-
bores el Club de Leones de di-
visa tiene un proyecto ya ini-
ciado, la realizacin de una o-
bra de gran valor social.
I f
.i>1Bveda de algunos edificios.
13Clase de perros. Pl.
14Nacido en Lima.
; 15Smbolo del sodio.
38Que huele mucho.
p-Wr Articulo, Inv.
19>Nombre de mujer.
i 21Alimento providencial.
* 22Adverbio de modo.
i, 23Nosotros.
/ 24Oxido de calcio.
, 25Echad sal.
i 27Destruidos, devastados.
i, 31Propietario.
[ 22Altar.
< 34Alero.
* 7Relativo a las sibilas.
< 42Estilos.
44Apcope de tanto,
' 45Personaje bblico, clebre
por su paciencia.
n 46Remueve la tierra con el
1 47Asunto, argumento, Inv.
I 49Amarre.
ENota musical.
Que padece anemia.
MEl primero.
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67Del verbo nacer,
{ 69Del verbo salar.
I 60Emanaciones que afectan
el olfato.
1Cinturn para portar balas
2Lanceros austracos.
2Repetido, ser querido.
4La unidad.
6Liga Obrera Liberal. Ink.
6Que se asoman.
7Ala sin plumas.
8Ritos catlicos.
9Quiero con amor
10Nota musical.
11Viejas, ancianas.
12Que tiene solidez.
20Cocino en seco.
22Extremidad de las aves.
24Hijo de No.
26Canoa mexicana.
28Estado de Venezuela.
29Relativo al sbado.
33Rio de Alemania.
35Provincia de Francia.
36Nombre de mujer.
38Adverbio latino que signifi-
ca adems.
39Condimento, Inv.
40Me diera cuenta.
43Pelo de ciertos animales,
48Mineral natural.
51Nombre de mujer.
52Oxido de calcio.
53rbol leguminoso.
56Medida china. Inv.
58Terminacin verbal.
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fue inaugurada en Changuinola
Se ofreci misa en
Nal a la memoria
de don G. Garcia
NATA, Julio 10 (Especial) -
El personal docente y educando
ae la Escuela Espaa de Na'-
en gesto que los eleva por la
gratitud que encierra, efectua-
ron el dia 3 de los corrientes f.-
niversarlo de la muerte de don
Oervaslo Garca A., una m:.s-.
de difuntos por el eterno des-
canso de su alma
Don Gervasio Garca A. fu
para la Escuela Espaa mientras
t3tuvo vivo su aran benefactor
y hoy desde la eternidad conti-
na siendo con la inmortalidad
t sus virtudes, de sus senti-
mientos que dej manifestados
y de sus Ideas, el espritu gua
que sirve de ejemplo a la Ju-
ventud aue se educa en las au-
las de la Escuela Espaa; que
fu motivo de sus recuerdos y
preocupaciones en sus ltimos
aos de vida. ^_
Sus hijos que conocieron ce
e?as inquietudes, han sabido
continuar la devocin de su v>-
dre y por eso fu de gran re-
gocijo que en este acto estuvie-
ra la familia Garcia. represen-
tada por don Rogelio Garcia
El problema de la Esencia
Dominio del Canad
Santiago, Junio 29 de 1951
oeor Director de
"La Voz del Interior"
"El Panam Amrica".
faeor Director:
En su muy interesante pgi-
na, entrega del 26 de los c-
irientes, apareci una explica-
cin del seor Carlos Chang.r.a-
rin, refirindose a una Resolu-
cin aprobada por el personal
docente de la Escuela Anexa
Dominio del Canad', publica-
da hace algunos dias en ej'a
misma seccin.
Como tal explicacin, sigue a-
yartndose de la verdad, lo mis-
mo que todas las Informaciones
publicadas por Changmarin en
el semanario "El Cholo", tal co-
mo lo sostiene la Directora del
Plantel en su telegrama de ayer,
vengo a suplicarle, me permita
un espacio para decirle al seor
Ciiangmarin. que no nececita
>edlr al Ministerio de Educa-
cin, que Investigue este insig-
nificante asunto, alrededor del
pequeo incidente entre u'.ia
maestra y la Direccin de la
Tara darle punto final a I
polvareda, que ha querido le-
vantar el seor Changmarin, lo
invito, a que se tome la moles-
tia de pasar por la escuela, y
lea el acta de la sesin celbr-
ela el dia 4 de Junio y se cerc-
le de la historia exacta y ver-
dica, de todo lo relacionado en
el caso que nos ocupa.
En ese documento podr letr
as palabras textuales, de la
maestra Gllma de Ramos donas
desmiente los cargos hechos por
Changmarin en el "Cholo", Mo-
ga que la seora Directora, la
haya llamado en horas de cla-
se, niega tambin que la hayan
amenazado con que los padres
ue familia le retiraran sus a-
lumnos si ella perteneca al par
tldo del pueblo. En este plantel,
hemos trabajado siempre ele-
mentos de todas las tendencia*,
sin que nunca se haya molesta-
do a persona alguna.
Que el seor changmarin, ha-
ya tergiversado las informacio-
nes, que por ligereza le haya
uministrado la maestra Eneida
e Changmarin y lo haya toma-
o como caballito de batalla p.-
a desprestigiar la Anexa y la
Numerosos alumnos
concurren a estas
clases nocturnas
rresponsal) Con una asisten-
cia de 45 alumnos, se inauguro
anoche la Escuela Nocturna pa-
ra Indios Analfabetos de Felipi-
na. La Chlrlqu Land Company
cedi un edificio dotado de eo-
n.odidades tales como: sain
amplio y ventilado, luz elctil-
ca, servicios sanitarios y lavabos.
El acto de la inauguracin,
Que result muy interesante, iac
presidido por el maestro indge-
na Ignacio Alvarez, Director del
curso, el seor Serapio Hernn-
dez Castrelln, Maestro de la
Escuela, Incorporada de Finca
lies, el cuerpo administrativo
de la plantacin de Abac "Pim-
pina" seores Jos A. Segovia,
Luis A. Pinzn, Domingo Ocny
y Jos Flix de Obaldia.
Abri el acto el maestro Alva-
rez quien habl en el dialecto
Guaymi hizo la presentacin
del maestro Hernndez Castre-
lln. Este ltimo ofreci una
clase modelo por el mtodo Lau-
bacn, que ser el usado durante
todo el curso. El Superviso? de
las escuelas de la chlrlqu Land
Company hizo entrega, en nom-
bre de la empresa, del material
escolar necesario durante todo
el ciclo. A las 10 pjn. term.
la- sesin, con las notas del Him
no Nacional cantadas por todcs
los presentes.
Un observador dijo: la labor
de ingnaclo Alvarez ha fructi-
ficado ya en otras comunidades
agrcolas de la regin, donde sus
hermanos de raza, al adquirir el
dominio de la lectura y de lt
escritura, se ian dignificado, e-
ltvando su nivel moral- Reu-
nindose al seor SeraploHcr-
nandez Castrelln, el mlstto ob-
servador coment: Los esfuercos
desplegados, y los resultados o'otc
nidos en las diferentes eseueiss
donde ha ejercido su magisterio,
sealan a Hernndez Castrelln
como un educador ejemplar,
digno del reconocimiento gi-
misma Escuela Normal, no Juc-
tifica su actitud.
Sera ms digno, que dicho Jr.
sealara con valenta y hon-
radez las fallas que segn su
criterio existan en estos plante-
les de enseanza para tratai ae
enderezarlas o corregirlas, &ln
desmeritar la sana labor que se
est llevando a cabo.
Si el seor Changmarin, se
hubiera acercado a la Escuela
a Informarse, como hace todo
periodista honrado, no estara
sosteniendo falsedades, que en
lugar de favorecer la educacin,
ms bien demuestra cierto e-
goismo y mala f
Anastasio Diaz J.
Maestro de la Escuela Anexa
" Dominio del Canad"
Rones Cansados Pueden
Causar Lumbago y
Levantadas Nocturnas
II m trata ud Indlapuaato. tu-
na u livuluM d noch, p*dc*
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cld, I funclonmlnto Unto d lo
rion. pueda mtr U vardadara cauaa
da u mala.
Loa alimento r bebida mal eeoo-
Ildo pueden cauaar un ezoeao de
ddoe y recargar loa rion* da Ul
manera que funcionan mal y necesi-
tan aatlBulanU ayuda diurtica para
Sue lea riflone ajanan Man u funcin
purificar u aanara debidamente y
oonaervarl la aalud y la fuerana.
Ayajete U. II..
a^ajaaVaW pas* f aarW *
Mucho mdico han daecuWerto
por medio de prueba cientfica y
clnica, aal como en el diarlo Jercl-
eU de aa prefeeloa, aue aa diuretic*
estimulante da lea rlone r paliativo
para la Irritacin funcional de U Te-
ja*, y ra urinaria* en eaiado da
acida* ea Cyttex, praparads Hantfflee.
que ea una reetta mdica. Centenera*
y centenaree de eaeoe en loe arehlvoa
da eeto* mdico, prueben que aal a*.
I tTTW44a#d)|r*a
La primera deela de Cyetex coman-
aa a hacer *u afecto Immedleta-
mente, ayudando a aua riflone* a a-
rrojar el ezceao da cldoa. Bato puede
hacer que ueted w alenta como nueva
otra vea. Tan eesuroe eetin lea fabrl-
cantea de Cyetex de que ueted que-
dar completamente aatlafecho. que
1* pidan que haca uated la prueba.
Pida Cyetex boy mame al aa far-
anacla favorita.
ense les mineros
pira conseguir que
hagan la carretera
SANTIAGO. Julio 10 (CortS-
ponsal) Es algo alentaaor
ver como los habitantes de Las
Minas, Provincia de Herrera, se
iicn unido como una sola fami-
lia para pedir y exigir que se
les construya la carretera a que
tienen derecho.
Las Minas es un bello pueblo,
de la Provincia de Herrera, con
delicioso clima y eminentemer-
te comercial, agricola y ganade-
ro, con tierras frtilsimas, dor.-
de se produce el caf, cacao
caucho y posee ricos yacimien-
tos de oro.
Pero este pueblo, ha sido con-
denado a vivir en el ms grande
abandono, como muchos otios
del Interior del pais, debido a la
poca armona que ha exlsl'o
entre sus habitantes, imperando
ms bien el odio, la envidia y la
mala f; malquerencias luga.e-
as que se han venido heredan-
do de una generacin a otra y
que datan desde el tiempo ele la
revolucin, cuando liberales y
conservadores, se acechaoan
para eliminarse los unos a lot
Hoy parece que la Juventud,
de ese pueblo ha despertado y
en un rasgo de humanidad y
de nobleza, se han unido para
luchar por el progreso de *M
privilegiada regin.
Nombran Ingeniero
Divisionario en las
Prov. Centrales
DIVISA, Julio 10 (Correspon-
sal) Desde hace varios Uuts
fue nombrado Ingeniero Divisio-
nario de la Junta de Caminos
en las provincias de Cocl, He-
rrera, Los Santos y Veraguas,
si seor Toms Guerra, vicio
empleado de la seccin de Ca-
minos, que por sus propios es-
fuerzos se ha colocado en la po-
sicin que hoy ocupa.
En los ltimos aos el Inge-
niero Guerra fu superintenden-
clente de Caminos en Herrera.
Los Santos y Chlrlqu y por su
espritu de trabajo y don de
gentes supo granjearse el res-
peto y aprecio de quienes tuv.-
ruos la oportunidad de trbalo.
Deseamos al Sr. Guerra mu-
chos xitos en su nueva posi-
cin y que se nos d una vuelta
por estas tierras para ver si i a
ctrretera que une a la carrete-
ra nacional con los camiis de
cultivos del Instituto Nacional
dt Agricultura, se arregla defi-
nitivamente, ya que apenas son
dos millas de carretera y mu-
chos Ministros y Presidentes la
han ofrecido y hasta el presente
Muy lamentada en
Aguadulce la muerte
de Don Pedro Lpez
La Unin Progresista Aguadul-
cea Dicta Resolucin con Ila-
tivo de la Muerte de Don Pedro
Lpez P.
Don Pedro Lpez P., figura
destacada en la vida socia y
pulitlca panamea, falleci el
mircoles en horas de la noche.
La conduccin de sus despojos
a la eterna morada, constituy
sentida demostracin de duelo.
La Directiva de la Unin Pro-
gresista Aguadulcea.
' lo. Que en la noche del uia
4 de los corrientes, dej de exis-
tir en esta ciudad el notao.e
hombre pblico don Pedro L-
pez P.,
2o. Que desde su mocedad
consagr su vida al pensamien-
to humanista y como hombre
pblico prest su concurso en
las Jornadas que se libraron en
e) Istmo; y
3o. Que don Pedro Lpez
P., con su hombra de bien y
como estadista, ocup importan-
tes puestos,
lo. Lamentar, como en e-
fecto lamenta, la desaparicin
del ilustre hijo de Aguaduice
don Pedro Lpea P;
2o. Enviar copfa de esta Re-
solucin a la prensa y a la ra-
do; y
3o. Poner copia de esta mis-
ma Resolucin en manos de los
familiares del ilustre desage-
celo, en seal de dolor y recono-
Dada en la ciudad de Pana-
m, a los cinco dias del mes de
Julio de mil novecientos clncuen
ta y uno.
Nicanor Castillo Jr.
Secretarlo General de la Unin
Progresista Aguadulcea
Luis Antonio Mojira Atentlo
Secretario de Actas y Corres-
pondencia de la UPA
Comunidad chineara con ochenta /
nios carece de escuela desde r *
ha diez y ocho aos, se informa
A vivir en la ms degradante
ignorancia han condenada nacs
tros Gobiernos a la comun/dod
oe Cerro Cabuya. Ochenta nios
de edad escolar han dejado de
recibir alimento espiritual por
que hace ms de diez y ocho a-
os fu suprimida la Escue'a
Pblica sin que se hayan tenido
en cuenta, ni hayan merecido
atencin loa reclamos y peticio-
nes que le han sido elevadas a
las autoridades de ramo.
Segn ae nos informa hay a-
dultoa que no conocen el alfa-
beto siquiera. Los padres de fa-
milia que no quieren resignarte
a la idea de que sus hijos ere.-
can ignorantes se han visto o*
bligados a inscribirlos en las Es*
cuelas de pueblos situados a ho-
ra y media de camino.
El seor Francisco Guerra Jr.
quien nos ha suministrado esta
informacin, manifiesta que l
est dispuesto a suminisln:*
gratis por un ao, un local paia
lu Escuela, bancas pupitre y ta-
blero- Por otra parte, nos dice
nuestro informante, la comu-
nidad ayudara con todas bus
fuerzas a construir un local pa-
ra la Escuela.
Harn jira por la
Rep. de Costa Rica
unos funcionarios
AGUADULCE tillo 10 (Co-
rresponsal) *- Importante Jira
a la hermana Repblica de Ces-
ta Rica harn los seores Vir-
gilio Vargas de Len, Alcalde
del distrito de Aguadulce, An-
drs J. Jan, Presidente d',1
Concejo y agente del Banco A-
gropecuario de esta ciudad, y
Luis de Len alto empleado de!
Ingenio Ofelina, llevan la mi-
sin estos distinguidos viaja j3
de investigar los progresos que
los municipios de la nacin ve-
cina realizan, como institucio-
nes coadyuvantes del bienestar
nacional. Harn, adems, una
exploracin atenta de todos a-
quellos cultivos y pequeas in-
dustrias factibles de introducir
a nuestro ambiente. Don Alon-
so Valderrama, experto y cono-
cido piloto de aerovas centrales,
har el viaje el trece de los co-
Lasos de Odio.
Escribe: Claudio Lpez Cronnlng.
Escriba: Emilio Daz.
Escriba: Samuel Caldavilla.
tib H0W
Mitin Pro Primer
Ciclo tuvo lugar
en aguadulce
AGUADULCE. Julio 10 (Cc-
nesponsali Imponente resul-
t el mitin que el comit de Ac-
cin Pro Escuela secundaria ce-
lebr ayer en esta localidad, oe-
logaclones de otros pueblos &-
sistieron a este -acto como prue-
ba tangible de que el justo 10-
clamo de los aguadulceos t
calando en el nimo de todcs
aquellos que ven en la educa-
cin nacional el ms viable ca-
mino del progreso social. ChUr,
pueblo gentil, se ha solidariza-
do a travs de sus estudiantes
v de Radio Provincias con e>te
movimiento cuyo objeto no e o-
tro que el de crear un edificio
que albergue a la cada vez ms'
numerosa poblacin escolar c,.e
concurre a la ciudad de Agua-
aulce. Fueron los oradores los
seores Virgilio Vargas de Leen,
Nelly O- Malek. Antonio Jara-
millo, Didlmo Rios, Rogelio Ro-
bles Garcia, y los estudiami
Siria Rodrguez, Elba Berna.',
Etna Tejeira, Flor Montevcrue,
Doris Tun, Jos Paullete y
Senobia Batista. Igual concen-
tracin se har esta noche en
la ciudad de Pocr, luego ea
Nata y dems poblaciones cir-
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meiores programas
VISTA DE PEZ.Ahora ustedes podrn apreciar cmo ven loa
peces a los niea cuando stos se acercan a los acuarios. Los
pececitos que Tfmoa en la foto se llaman "gambusia affinis", y su
especialidad son los mosquitos. El Departamento de Salud da
Los Angeles los regala para ayudar a comabtir a los mosquitos.
r..d-. Sn.a4.aaj

Apartado 4
apartado 1H4
Cumpleaos de boy
En el da de hoy suma un
ao ms de vida la seora do-
a Petra de Vsquez. Hasta la
ciudad de Panam, en donde
reside, le hacemos llegar nuea-
tras cariosas felicitaciones.
Felicitamos a la seora Faus-
tina 8alazar, quien en esta fe-
cha celebra sus natales en
unin de sus familiares y amis-
y todos los tocios honorarios
SDmo tambin a la seorita
laria Orlmaldo, quien repre-
sent a los Leones en la ulti-
ma convencin.
El baila ser amenizado por
la orquesta Ases del Caribe.
Habr grandes sorpresas, ehtre
La seorita Ileana Bertoncl-
nl Fawcett celebra hoy en me-
dio del aprecio y estima da
loe suyos, la grata fecha de
su cumpleaos. Sea ello moti-
vo para enviarle un carioso
saludo de felicitacin y formu-
lamos votos por su creciente di-
cha y ventura personal.
A las muchas felicitaciones
oue reciba la seorita Yolanda
Beverhoudt con motivo de ce-
lebrar hoy su onomstico, ha-
cemos llegar las nuestras muy
ellos el brindis de "Papel Bru-
jo". Por este medio se pide a
todos los Leones para que asis-
tan con sus seoras esta noche
al Club de Extranjeros.
Para Almirante
Por via area salen hoy para
Almirante a pasar sus vacacio-
nes al lado de sus padres, los
Jvenes Roberto Eduardo y Sil-
via Rene del Castillo, despus
de haber recibido sus diplomas
con primer puesto en un cole-
gio de
sLos Britnicos desean cuadruplicar
la produccin en Irak para 1952
....._______________,________.___,____ mn.7i v/Msir Tullo m (WPSi
Nueva Orleans. Espera-
mos que tengan unas placen-
teras vacaciones.
Los Britnicos creen que los
Rusos no quieren la guerra
Hacemos llegar nuestras con-
gratulaciones a la muy esti-
mable seora doa Janice de
Brooks, quien hoy celebra su
cumpleaos y al mismo tiempo
formulamos votos porque dis-
frute de todo gnero de felici-
Tambin cumple aos hoy la
seorita Carmenclta Ducruet,
hija de don J. A. Ducruet y
seora. Que los pase muy con-
tenta y esperamos que celebre
muchos aos ms de vida.
El seor don Lino Sanflllpo
tambin se ver hoy muy feli-
citado con motivo de celebrar
sus natales. Por este medio le
hacemos llegar las nuestras
muy cordiales.
Tema de posesin del
Club de Leones
Esta noche a las 7.30 tomar
posesin en los salones del Club
de Extranjeros la nueva direc-
tiva del Club de Leones de Co-
ln. Se servir un suculento
buffet que ser seguido de un
baile. Para este acto social han
sido invitados de honor el se-
or Gobernador de la Provincia,
don Agustn Cedeo y seora,
el Alcalde del Distrito don Jos
D. Bazn y seora, el Mayor
Pastor Ramos y seora, el pre-
sidente del Club Los Tigres, Ro-
tarlos, del Club de Extranjeros
Por H. J. Sarglnt
LONDRES, julio 10. (EPS).
Prevalece aqui un sentido de
alivio basado en que Andrei
Qromyko no ha aadido, como
dice un comentarista, ningunas
condiciones irrazonables a la
propuesta sovitica para que se
llegue a una tregua en la Co-
rea. Este acontecimiento en el
Lejano Oriente arroja ahora
una sombra sobre la situacin
del petrleo iranio y hasta so-
bre la divagadora carta envia-
da por el primer ministro per-
sa al Presidente Truman, con-
siderada en Londres como un
intento evidente de obtener lo*
servicios de tcnicos petroleros
norteamericanos. En este res-
pecto, se confia aqu en que
los iranios fracasen.
En circuios britnicos bien In-
formados se cree ahora que
Rusia quiere que se llegue a un
arreglo completo de la guerra
coreana para fines de octubre.
Esta Informacin se deriva de
ciertos sectores satlites en Lon-
dres, los cuales no son hosti-
les y parecen estar seguros de
que Rusia no quiere que estalle
en estos momentos una guerra
en todo el mundo. Por moti-
vos no muy clarps para los ob-
servadores britnicos, los rusos,
conforme a estos circuios, te-
man que estallase otra guerra
mundial, ms de lo que se crea.
Se explica que este temor se de-
ba en parte a las grandes pr-
didas sufridas por los comu-
nistas chinos en la Corea y al
hecho de que la Rusia Sovitica
estaba comprometida a sumi-
nistrarle a la China ayuda mi-
litar sustancial, en caso de que
la misma fuese realmente ne-
Est olaro que las fuertes ba-
jas sufridas por los chinos hi-
cieron ms necesaria la ayuda
rusa, pero los observadores bri-
tnicos se resisten a creer que
Rusia echarla sus propias tro-
pas en la palla coreana si no
quisiera hacerlo, fuera cual fue-
re el acuerdo que hubiese con-
cluido con Mao Tse-Tung. Que
se sepa, ningn soldado ni a-
viador ruso est tomando par-
te en operaciones blicas den-
tro de Corea o en sus alrede-
dores; pero est claro que po-
dra surgir una situacin que
pudiera llevar a una tercera
guerra mundial, si las considen-
rables reservas areas rusas des-
tacadas en el Lejano Oriente
acudiesen en ayuda de la Chi-
na, que, si bien posee reservas
ilimitadas de hombres, no tiene
fuerza areas digna de men-
Si tiene lugar una tregua e-
fectiva en la Corea para el
mes de octubre, los rusos po-
dran ejercer presin y pro-
bablemente la ejerceran para
que se admitiese a la China co-
munista a las Naciones Unidas,
cuando la Asamblea General se
rena en Pars el prximo no-
viembre. Entonces tendran una
buena oportunidad de recobrar
la iniciativa en el camno di-
plomtico, toda vez que las po-
tencias occidentales no se han
puesto an de acuerdo sobre si
debera admitirse a la China
comunista en las Naciones Uni-
das y los rusos confian todava
en meter una cua entre los
Estados unidos y la Gran Bre-
taa por lo que a esto se re-
Suceda lo que suceda dentro
de unos das en la Corea, los
crculos relacionados con la de-
fensa en esta ciudad estn de-
dicndole an su atencin a los
asuntos militares del Cercano
Oriente. El jefe supremo brit-
nico en aquella regin, el ge
Ral Iriarte con artistas de
La Red Panamericana
Con cada compra de B/. 104.00 o ms obsequiaremos
a nuestros clientes una preciosa lmpara!
J^CENTRAly CALLE 21 j**m* |-1ga
Klli.l I
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Delicadas al paladar,
Prubelas y se convencer
Presentamos en nuestra columna de hoy al gran cantante
argentino, RAUL IRIARTE, quien despus de haber obtenido
un ruidoso triunfo en nuestra ciudad se despidi de Panam,
lo acompaan dos grandes artistas panameas Intrpretes
de la msica argentina, la encantadora "Gitana del Tango"
Celinda de Y caa y la bellsima Elda de Ycara, artistas de la
RED PANAMERICANA, quienes lo despidieron con una comida
en el Jardn El Rancho.
neral Sir Brian Robertson, tie- sbese que se han estado cel-
____________ ._-!_. .. .I_ 11 W_____,.____._______ -- ________ -,.
ne unos treinta y cinco mil
hombres a sus rdenes y fuer-
zas navales y areas bastante
considerables. La misin del ge-
neral Robertson es vigilar y cui-
dar los Intereses britnicos en
una regln que se extiende des-
de el Mediterrneo hasta las
fronteras occidentales de la In-
dia y del Pakistn, guardando
simultneamente el Canal de
Suez, protegiendo las vidas de
subditos britnicos en Irn y
manteniendo un estrecho servi-
cio de enlace con los ejrcitos
de Turaua y Grecia. Hasta aho-
ra, a Robertson no se le ha
pedido que tome accin en Ir*n
y tal como van las cosas, puede
que no tenga que hacerlo, aun-
oue por supuesto sobre esto na-
die puede hacer ningn pro-
nstico. En los crculos oficia-
les se guarda discreto silencio
acerca de este particular, pero
brando conferencias, acerca de
las cuales se ha dicho muy
poco, entre oficiales de alta
graduacin en el Cercano O-
rlente, quienes han consultado
con Robertson sobre posibles e-
ventualldades en aquella zona.
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
iGRATISI Pida el paquete grande de
Easulsin de Scott conteniendo una
cuchara linda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colore*. Y entonce di a
u familia todos lo* das te tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitamina* y pre-
parado cientficamente. El recomen-
dado por mucho* mdico*. Pronto
Ud. veri a su familia ana* fuerte y en
mejor salud.
Tnico Alimenticio de Alta Energa
NUEVA ESTRELLA.La simptica Jane Easton, estudiante de 23
nos de edad, del Conservatorio de Msica de Los Angeles, tra-
baja en el cine para pagarse sus estudios. Su verdadera ambicin
es ser una gran soprano rica en la pera.
...y- /racen con lq mayor faci/idadi
tando lo mejor que puede para
merecerse el titulo de "Mias Bo-
nos de Defensa de 1951", Naney
James est haciendo una gira de
35 ciudades vendiendo los bonos
del Gobierno de los Estados U-
NUEVA YORK, Julio 10 (EPS)
Las compaas petroleras bri
tnicas estn preparndose pa-
ra elevar la produccin de los
pozos de petrleo al cudruple
a fin de compensar la posible
prdida de la produccin Ira-
nia. Esperan que los poros de
Klrkuk, Mosul y Basora pro-
duzcan un rendimiento de vein
tlcuatro millonea de toneladas
anuales para fines de 1*92. com
paradas con los seis millones
de toneladas que produjeron
en 1950. En lo que va del ao,
los pozos de petrleo Iranios
propiedad de la Gran Bretaa
han .estado produciendo un
rendimiento de veintisis mi-
llones de toneladas anuales.
Un despacho procedente de
Basora. recibido en la publica-
cin Foreign Trade ("Comercio
Exterior", de Ottawa, informa
que la compaa Petrolera de
Irak ha honrado ya veinte de
los nuevos pozos proyectados
para cuadruplicar la produc-
cin de la Mesopotamia.
Este Ulan exige que se reac-
tiven los pozos petrolferos de
Mosul y que se haga producir
el enorme yacimiento descu-
bierto en Basora. Los intere-
ses norteamericanos poseen l
relnteslete y medio por ciento
de las acciones controladas de
la Compaa Petrolera de Irak.
Las reservas totales compro-
badas de petrleo del Irak, fue-
ra del yacimiento de Basora, se
calculan por los peritos anglo-
norteamericanos en seis millo-
nes de barriles, comparadas con
unos ocho mil millones de ba-
rriles producidos por los pozos
que los Estados Unidos poseen
en Arablr, diecisis mil millo-
nes de las concesiones de la
Compaa Anglolranla de Pe-
trleo en Irn, y quince mil
millones de barriles de los po-
zos petrolferos de Burghan, en
el Koweit, donde la produccin
es compartida por igual por la
Gran Bretaa y los Estados
Sin embargo, se calcula que
el nuevo yacimiento de Basora
contiene entre ocho mil millo-
nes de barriles. Aunque est
convenientemente situado cerca
del mar, habla sido "descuida-
do" por los britnicos, que pre-
firieron concentrar su atencin
en el desarrollo de los yaci-
mientos de Irn y del Koweit,
donde pagaban regalas de
treinta y cinco centavos de
dlar por barril, respectiva-
mente, en vez de sesenta cen-
tavos como en Irak.
El corresponsal canadiense in-
forma que continan progre-
sando los trabajos a lo largo
de los seiscientos cuarenta y
nueve kilmetros y medio que
mide el oleoducto que llevar
el potrleo de Irak a un puerto
sirio en el Mediterrneo. Dicho
oleoducto ha de ser terminarlo
para fines de 1952.
Esta actividad britnica en
los yacimientos de petrleo t
Irak arroja alguna luz sobre
la actual politice del gobierno
britnico relacionada con las
pertenencias de la Compaa
Anglo-lranla de Petrleo. Al
parecer-y contrariamente a lo
que se sabe que fuera el deseo
original del Departamento de
Estado norteamericano-Inglate-
rra preferira arriesgarse a per-
der temporalmente la produc-
cin de los pozos anglolranlus
y la gigantesca refinera de
Abadn, a renunciar legalmen-
te a sus derechos a los enormes
depsitos de petrleo del sur de
La actual produccin irania
de ms de setecientos mil ba-
rriles al da es esencial para
la vida econmica y para el
programa de rearme de la Eu-
ropa occidental, y el reprodu-
cir la refinera de Abada so-
lamente mayor del mundo-
costara un milln cuatrocien-
tos mil dlares.
Belleza, grandiosidad o interpretacin
actores del triunfo do "Deseada" que so
estrena ol jueves on ol Teatro Presidente
"Deseada" es la pelcula que
pasear por las pantallas, l
prestigio y la potencialidad que
tiene el cine mexicano. Viendo
"Deseada" el espectador no. sa-
be qu admirar ms entre todos
los factores que han contribuido
a hacer de esta cinta una su-
perproduccin de grandiosidad
no Imaginada; ser su tema
inspirado en el bello poema del
San poeta espaol, Eduardo
arqulna, "La Hermlta. La
Fuente y el Rio"; ser la in-
terpretacin impecable de sus
protagonistas, Dolores del Rio,
que emerge radiante de belleza
y jorge Mistral ms convincen-
te y varonil que en todas sus
anteriores actuaciones; ser la
grandiosidad de sus escenarlos
naturales en que resaltan las
histricas ruinas Mayas, Chi-
chen-Itza; sern las inspiradas
canciones del malogrado com-
positor Guty Crdenas que le
sirven de fondo musical, o la
acertada direccin de Roberto
Gavaldn, lo que hace de "De-
seada" una pelcula inolvida-
ble para cuantos la vean?
En "Deseada", que se estre-
na desde el Jueves en el Tea-
tro Presidente, la romntica
historia llevada con meticulosi-
dad artstica, conquista de in-
mediato el corazn de la mu-
jer en forma absoluta, vivin-
dose materialmente un amor
pasional entre Dolores del Rio
y Jorge Mistral y las ansias ln-
conte'nldas de amor que vive
ntimamente la nueva estrellUa
que responde al nombre de A-
nabel, quien Junto con Dolorea
del Rio y Mistral, forman el
tringulo romntico de esta cos-
tosa produccin que honra al
cine mexicano.
fomt fo
V m una bebida deliciosa
V no contieno estimulante*
V ayuda a conciliar el suefio
V M prepara en la misma taza
V con agua o lecho calienta
Compro POSTUM hoy
Pida las
cosas por
su nombre!
Si pienu hacer paste-
les, pida Polvo de
Hornear Royal e in-
- lista en es te nombre...
porque el prestigio de
Royal se presta a mu-
chas imitaciones. Por
eso debe exigir Royal
en su famoso boteci-
to rojo.

U los agrega loche, M eoelnon
uno* 3 minlos. "Eso os todo I
da lujo a sus uas y su
precio no as un lujo
Culex de Luxe Nail Brilliance e
on* rebelacin! Tiene toda la
cualidades de lo amalle* de ufiai
mai caroi a mucho menos proeja.
Esquimo Irasco con cmodo aplica-
dor, como lo mi lujosos esmaltes.
El esmalte permanec- bellsimo da
y das. Ni se agrieta ni ic deaprende.
A'o irrita la pieL Novsimo e in-
teresantes matices.
Qaedari usted admirada coa
de Luxe
tmolio do lujo a un precio no do lujo.
? '^estamos desempacando
Rastrillo de metal fuertes ... 3.50
Escobas de metal para csped 2.75
Tijeras para podar .... 2.50 y 3.50
Azadn de metal ............ 175
Surtido completo de herramientas
pequeas para Jardinera
Juego de 4 vasijas
plsticas para cocina 3.95
Juego de 3 vasijas con
bandeja para re. .... 3 50
Canastas de metal cubier-
tas de caucho .. 2.75 y 195
Azucarera y cremera de plstico con bandeja ........ 150
Aparato para hacer churros (doughnut) ............ 135
Almohadas de caucho
Air Foam ........ 14.95
Sobrecamas de satn
colores modernos 14.50
Sobrecamas de Chlnts 18.50
Gabinete de 4 y 5
gabetas ..... 8.50 y 9.95
Canastas para ropa
sucia....... 7.95 y 12.95
Sillas de metal para Juegos .......... 555
Toalleros de cromo de 12, 18 y
24 pulgadas ................. 0.75 a 1.15
Papeleras modernas y atractivas 2.75 a 4.95
Alfombraa de caucho para baos 250
Cortinas de bao para todos
los guatos ................. 1.75 a 1050
ABIERTO de t a 13:M de 2 a a.
satn ..;.--.,.

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MARTES, JULIO 10. 1951
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ras. lavonunaa. aacutada*. are
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SE VENDE: Vidriaros Mostrodor.
Varios tamaos. Antonio's In-
E ALQUILA:Aportamentos cmo-
dos, ventilados, aditicio modarno,
frente Plazo Santo Ano. Compa-
a F. ICAZA, Avenida B 79.
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1951. DodBe DeSoto Ply-
mouth. Motores de Coln S. A.
Cruce d*l Tvoll. Ttl. 2-1704.
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Aportodo 1984. Poncm.
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A. K. C. negros. 9 semanas, re-
gistrados Llomor Albrook 86-
SE VENDE:Piano "Lester". Coballo
de paso. Corretero Pueblo Nuevo.
Visto Hermoso 59. Ocurra all
SE VENDE:Equipo completo para
comiserrioto, Refrigeradoras, regis-
tradoras Notional, vidrieras, pesos,
balanzas, tanques aluminio poro
granos, archivo de metol. escrito-
rio, sillas, obanico elctrico, mi-
quino escribir Underwood y mu-
chos otros objetos, telfono 2-1636.
El Canal de Panam ofrece en ven-
ta, bojo propuestos en pliegos ce-
rrados, que se han de abrir a los 0
.y 30 de I* maona del 12 de Julio
de 1951,7 camiones de volteo, 9
camionetas repartidores y 12 camio-
nes expresos de dosel, que se encuen-
tran en el Garage de Cocol!. Pora
fines de informocin y de inspec-
cin, comuniques* con el Sr. R. H.
For. Divisin de Transoortes a Mo-
tor, Ancn, telfono 2-2175. All
se pueden conseguir los formularios
ir-ra las propuestas o en el dspo-
ta del Superintendente de Almace-
nes, Balboa, telfono 2-2777.
SE NECESITA: Pora americano.
Cuarto con servicio v entroda in-
dependiente, sin muebles. Llamar
Corozal 4287, 8 o. m. o 4 p. m.
kSE NECESITA:Costurero poro ha-
bonitos vestidos de nias. In-
til presentarse sin tener expenen-
CL Almacn "La Mueco". Ave-
nida Centro! 79-A, Panam.
DESEAMOS motrimonio sin hijos, que
conozca d. labores de campo po-
rp' cuidar casa en el Valle de An-
t*>. Deb* tener r*com*ndocin del
. lugar donde trabaj antes. Cia.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fabri-
co1 de Mosaicos. Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE ALQUILADepartamento uno re-
camar, piso bajo, entrada inde-
pendiente. $50.00. Edificio AL-
BERTINA. Avenidas Ecuodor y
Mxico. Cuidadora tiene lldvss.
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cmaras, sala-comedor, balcones,
cuarto empleda, gonge. etc. Calle
Colombia 8, apartamento 5, 3-
SE ALQUILA:Precioso opartomen-
to, 3 recmaras. Calle 40 No. 28.
Informes Oficina Dr. Morales. Tel.
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maras, salo, comedor. Carretera
Pueblo Nuevo, Vista Hermosa 59.
Ocurra all! mismo. .
SE VENDE-.Packard en B. 130.00.
Calle 6a. No. 10 o llamar a Roca,
2-2120, Panam.
SE VENDE:Buick Special De Lux*
1-950, seis masas uso, 5,000 mi*
lias, muchas extras. Llame Fort
Gulick 88-220.
SI VfNDE: Pick-up uioda modal.
1949 In t motion* I, de I Ton. en
perfecto! condiciones mecnicas.
Na tiene golpes. Usad* satamen-
te an la ciudad.. B.950, nada ms.
Aprovecha esta ganga. Facilida-
des da p**o.
Tal. 2-0B70 Panam.
SE ALQUILA: Aportamentos en
Club X. calle 9o. No. 6. Pueblo
Nuevo y en colle G No. 16 Porque
Lefevre. Ocurro Farmacia Lmelo
en Calle P No. 3. De 7 -8 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:Exclusivamente para
oficina, el opartamento No. 6 de
la Case No. 98 de la Ave. Central
(Altos de la Kodak) por B.36.00.
Ocurro a Quijono, calle 8a. No.
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B.80.00 de dos recimorns, sala,
comedor, te. o familia pequea.
Infrmese en el. aportomento No.
5, casa 106 Va Espao, frente o
la garita de Policio.
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mento de dos recmaras, sala-co-
medor, porch, cuarto de empleada
con servicio, garag*. en los altos
de la casa No. 51 de lo Colle 50
por B. 100 00. Ocurra a Quijono.
Cali* 8a. N. 15.
Studeb.ker Chompion 1950 Da
Lua, can radie, seat caven pl-
tic*, celar negra. Escalente estada.
Luce rema nuevo. 12,000 millas
carrid solamente. Pueda adqui-
rirlo par sale B. 1,600.
Fecilidades da page.
Tel. 2-0B70 Penam.____
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arriba del Teotro Central
CLNICA, equipada, altos Farmacia
Salazor. calle 16 Oeste No. 28,
Bienes Races
CIA. M LEFEVRE Tal. 2-4332
Pan '"el minim* B. 100.00
M.niu.l B. 15.00
* Lotes con Calla* y Acueductos da
lo Ciudad desde B. 1.00 I rneVro. I
Alquilamos equipo pesodo pato
movimiento de tierra.
e Alquilamos lotes o largos plazos, i
e Club de Iotas. 6.3 00 y 8.4 00
semanal* "
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene poro la
vento Acciones de la Cervecera. {
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trico, alquiler E. 135.00, por B.
500.00 contado y pequeo saldo a
5 meses. Tel. 2-0428 de 8-12. 2-
5 p. m.
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puede serle til si la tiene
mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos un gran surtido
de todas clases y tamaos
GE0. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
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ciones en El Volcn gas para co-
cinar, chimenea francesa, acomo-
da 6 se alquila por semana, mes
o ms Cristbal. 3-2324 de 4:30
6:30 p. m.
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cocino y bolen completomente
Independiente. Cali* 45 No. 19.
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olimentocin. paro solteros, pre-
ferible estudiantes, barrio residen-
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independiente, con olimentos o sin
ellos, Ave. Per 24.
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ro uno o ms caballeros en cosa de
familia. Tel. 2-2109.
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aproximadamente 600 pies cuadra-
dos, con telfono, cntrico. $50.00
mensuales, infrmese telfono 2-
2643. Sr. Luis Boutin.
moderno frente Plaza Santo Ano.
Compaa. T. ICAZA, Avenida B
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Se d comida y casa. Precios mdicos.
Avenida Ancn 24 .bajos.
No necesita ser calvo, la cada del
pelo se cure pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hoce crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todos los buenas
AVISO:Lo rento del agua por el
trimestre vencido *l 30 de Jumo
de 1951 debe ser pagoda del pri-
mero al 17 d Julin de 1951.F.
H. Lerchen, Municipal Engineer.
DUEOS DE LOTES:Estin al ven-
cer el plazo dodo por la Alcal-
da paro limpiar su lote. No pa- I
gu* multo, nosotros se lo limpia- I
mos por rtidico precio. Servicios;
de Jardinera, S. A. Tel. 2-1310. ;
Alambre de Bronce
Alambre .Cicln
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Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
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Para Vender Ms"
Artculos de Casa
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Perras, colle 19 No. 7.
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cios domsticos. Va Porras 130.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado,
claro, fresco, pora uno o dos hom-
bres. Informes: Calle Colombio No.
8. Apto. 5. 3-0338.
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referencias. Buen sueldo, calle 41
No. 19.
Eiejemplo democrtico comienza
a fructificar en Yugoeslavia
For William R. Mathews, ix
consejero del Departamento
de defensa de tos Estados
(N. A. N. A.)
BELGRADO, Julio 10
En ves de ser una fuente po-
sible de guerra, Yugoeslavia es
hoy una fuerza a favor de la
pas. No se propone atacar a na-
ctfe. y parece poco probable due
/aya a ser atacada por la Unu#n
Sovitica o sus satlites.
La tensin que precede a ui.a
menaza inmediata de guena
aurrient enormemente ran lo
'el mariscal Tito rompi on
Mosc en 1948 Las cosas han
estado muy mal desde entontes,
ptro han mejorado ahora. Si
evento histrico cue significa e-
Se rompimiento "na redundado
en beneficio del occidente. Ha
puesto a Yueoeslavia al lado de
fcte. del cual es poco probable
que ella je retire.
El dlstanclamlento entre T!-
X:i y el Kremlin es
arriesgar con l su propia
*1da y 1 indenendencia de su
patria. Tito adoot una actitud
Oue merece simpata de torios
ls Daires nue desean rer a Ya-
goelavla l'bre v unida.
El significado ne esto es re
largos f>'rces. Fl romn'mtcnto
n cuestin h lvant?rlo U"a
arrera entre Rusl" v el Medi-
terrneo. Mosc se h visto on-
facio de un valioso aliado Y 9-
ora se presenta al occidente.
Tiecialmente a los Estados !"-
nidos, una excelente oportuni-
dad para usar su Iniciativa o-
^^K D"ra demostrar su cacc-
WMMX v la honrlrd de f"s ICca-
I al a'iK'ar a los m's a".
see i vvtr en na/ F' e'err.i.'o
Bni'("i derce en e) ra;o de
EK*"la"ta er de ron mpor-
BHi* en lo nue se refiere a
^^^K vec'nas de ella, 'orno
igra j Checoeslovaquia.
Hemos conversado con mu-
chas gentes de distinguidas e*-
eras sociales y sabemos lo qae
ellos piensan respecto de la a-
yuda occidental. Es el prlaier
rayo de luz que han visto en
diet aos.
Algo importante es que ios
yugoeslavos no piden que nadie
luche por ellos. Estn disputlos
a pelear en la defensa de su
patria. Soportan sin murmurar
los sacrificios que requiere el
mantenimiento de un ejrcito
permanente de casi medio iv.<-
lln de hombres y de una reser-
va Igual. Lo que necesitan son
municiones y armas, pero esUs
i timas no de la clase altamen-
te mecanizada que los twrtca-
merlcanos usan. Porque en Yj-
goeslavlas los caminos son pri-
Los Estados Unidos, empero,
oeben proceder discretamente a
laudarles. Deben ir lentamente
>in precipitar las cosas. No dcoe
enviarse a aqui una numerosa
misin de la Adminitracln de
Cooperacin Econmica, porgue
esto seria tan innecesario
desagradable para la sensibili-
dad de los yugoeslavos. Esta or-
ganizacin, cuyos propsitos n
ti: laudables, tiene la reputa-
cin, en Europa, de hacerse po-
lco grata por su exagerado p.-
Isunal y su ansiedad por gastar
I todo el dinero posible.
Lo interesante es que una con
tidad relativamente pequea
har prodigios aqu Existe una oportunidad para hacer
que los yugoeslavos modifiquen
: u comunismo y sus Ideales po-
lticos en general. Pero esto de-
be hacerse con un escrupuloso
i espeto por su soberana ,y con
la f de que nuestros propios
Ueales democrticos producirn
gradualmente tal reforma.
La modificacin pendiente uei
i cdigo judicial yugoeslavo, si-
se NECESITA :-^Bueno cocinera. Ca-
lla 41 No. 37. bajos.
SE NECESlfA:Empleada. Dormir,
en el empleo. B. 10.00 mensuales.
Depto. 130 Avenida A 96.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo. no tiene
que cocinar. Colle 47 No. 3,
apartamento 1.
NECESITO: Carpuera con reco-
mendacin para cuidor nios. Buen
sueldo. Avenida Norte No. 4, ba-
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
cocinar, paro oficios domsticos.
Debe dormir empleo, referencias.
Colle 49 Este No. 24.
SE NECESITA:Buen cocinera. De-
be traer referencias. SI no cono-
ce su oficio no se nresente. Buen
sueldo .Ave. Per 75. altos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo. Calle .la. No.
SE NECESITA:Empleada serio pa-
ra trabajo general d coso. Debe
dorm'r en emoleo. Cali* 35 Este
No. 7, Apto 4.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera y lavon-
dera, preferible una persona par*
ambos oficios. Campo Alegre, colle
52 No. 20. Familia de la Guardia.
SE NECESITA:Uno emDleodn paro
ayudar en lo cocina. Calle 51 ca-
sa 44. atris Baturro.
SE NECESITA-Cocinero competen-
te, con referencios. para dormir en
cosa. Avenida Mxico No. 11.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ser-
vicio de caso, que sepa cocinar v
que tenga referencios. Familia de
dos personas. Muv buen sueldo.
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JE NECESITA:Lovondera v p'an-
ehadoro v uno sirviente para ofi-
cios de coso. No tiene oue dormir
en el trabajo. Calle la. Perejil No.
18. altas.
SE NECESITA:Cocinere. no tiene
que ir al marcado, ni disponer ce-
mida. Debe dormir en el trabajo.
Avenida Ecuador No. 26.
gulendo las lineas del sistema
angloamericano; la suspension
de'las restricciones que pesaban
sobre la libertad personal; la
aecltln de arriesgarlo todo al
romper con Mosc, son indicio.^
de que el ejemplo democrtico
ccmtenxa a producir frutos en
Un armisticio
confiaban en que las tropaa.)
liadas no dispararan contra
ellos y que las tropas comu-
nistas en esa zona tienen r-
denes de no disparar contra
las fuerzas aliadas.
Momentos antes de partir pa-
ra las conferencias de paz, el!
vice-Almirante Joy entreg las
siguientes declaraciones a la
prensa: "Nosotros, miembros de
la delegacin del Mando de
las Naciones Unidas, partimos
hacia Ka e s o n g plenamente
conscientes de la importancia
de estas reuniones para el mun-
do entero. Estamos procediendo;
de buena fe, preparados para
hacer nuestra aportacin al lo- I
gro de un armisticio honora- j
ble bajo condiciones que sean I
satisfactorias para el Mando de i
las Naciones Unidas".
Las declaraciones fueron es-1
crltas a mano y la palabra "ho-
norable" estaba subrayada con
una gruesa linea.
Los helicpteros que llevaron
a la delegacin a Kaesong fue-
ron precedidos por siete camio-
nes, tres "Jeeps" y 51 personas
que llevaban equipo de comu-
nicaciones, comida y otras pro-
visiones. En el grupo iban dos
fotgrafos militares, pero un
portavoz de las Naciones Uni-
das dijo que los corresponsales
podrn ir a Kaesong hoy. Oran
cantidad de fotgrafos y pe-
riodistas se encuentran aqui
listos para marchar a Kaesong.
Joy descart cualquier posi-
bilidad de que se admita a la
China roja en las Naciones U-
nidas o la capitulacin de For-
mosa como condicin de una
paz sobre bases militares Jus-
tas que garanticen su duracin.
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita I
Fbrica de Espejos.
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
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' Encargado de Negocios de los
EE. UU. y Sra. de Wise, distin-
guidos caballeros y damas de
altas, esferas sociales y ofica-
les de Panam, Zona del Canal
y Coln.
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MUY ALTOEl m- alto en su
graduacin, el cadete naval Ro-
bert A. Reneman, tendr que
servir en el ejrcito. Debido a
sus seis pies, seis pulgadas de
estatura, el pobre Robert no po
dr entrar en la armada.
QUIERO MAS. Esto parece decir este chimpanc. El chim-
panc prob por primera vez lo que es un helado y paree*
que le ba gustado. *
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Truman pide al soviet que d a
conocer a su pueblo objetivos
de paz de los norteamericanos
WASHINGTON, julio 10.
(USIS). No habr guerra si!
al pueblo de la Unin Sovitica
se le dan a conocer los obje-
tivos de paz del pueblo y go-
bierno de los Estados Unidos,
segn opina el Presidente Tru-
El Jefe del Ejecutivo de los
Estados Unidos envi este men-
saje al tratar a Slivernlk la re-
solucin del Congreso de los
Estados Unidos en la que se
expresa la amistad del pueblo
americano hacia los pueblos de
todas las naciones, inclusive de'
ia Unin Sovitica.
Trurana dijo a Shvernik que'
la resolucin tiene su "sincera j
aprobacin y continu: "Aa-.
do a ella un mensaje mo para
el pueblo sovitico con la fer-
viente esperanza de que estas
expresiones puedan ayudar a
formar una mejor comprensin
de los objetivos y propsitos de
los Estados Unidos".
Refirindose a las barreras
contra el "amistoso intercam-
bio de ideas e Informacin en-
tre los pueblos", Truman dijo:
"Los pueblos a los cuales sa
les niegan los medios norma-
les de comunaciones no po-
drn obtener la mutua com-
prensin que debe formar la ba-
se de la confianza y la amistad.
No podremos eliminar las sos-
pechas y recelos como causa
principales de la guerra mien-
tras no se permita que fluya,
la comunicaciqn libremente a
travs d las fronteras interna-
cionales .
Truman dijo a Shvemik que
es "deber sagrado" de los di-
rigentes de los dos pases "se-
guir todos los medios honora-
bles que produzcan fruto" a la
paz comn de los pueblos da
los Estados Unidos y la Unin
Sovitica. -
Se cree que se convocarn pronto #
elecciones en la Gran Bretaa:
Por H. J. Sargint
L CAZADORAEstos pequeos
chanchos no van hacia el mer-
cado. Solamente sirven para a-
yudar a un comerciante de ali-
mentos para cerdos a aumentar
la venta de sus artculos.
i 1 i i a* 4 i LA \ m
LONDRES, julio 10. (EPSi.
En los crculos polticos brit-
nicos crece la conviccin de que
cuando se llegue a una solucin
de las cuestiones de Corea y
de Irn, el primer ministro At-
tle solicitar al rey-la disolucin
del Parlamento y la convoca-
toria de una eleccin general.
Este seria la rnaniobra obvia
para un jefe de partido que
tiene que vigilar la opinin p-
blica, parr> salvarse poltica-
mente y salvar a su partido,
que cuenta apenas con una
precaria mayora parlamentarla
Attlee ha estado en espera del
momento en que el mejora-
miento de las condiciones mun-
diales le permita sacar venta-
ja al profundo deseo que el
pueblo britnico siente por la
paz. Esta seria la oportunidad
para que el ministro de Rela-
ciones Exteriores Morrison se
presente a los britnicos como
un obrero de la paz mundial.
y es muy probable que tal ac-
titud, por artificial que parez-
ca, le servir para ganar mu-
chos votos. ,
Si se suiuciona la guerra da
Corea, esto resultara favora-
na para los socialistas en una *;
eleccin general. Al mismo*
tiempo, aclarara el ambiente-:
en relacin con los armamen-""
i tos. Los socialistas de derecha, -
que apoyan el programa de ar-
mamentos, tendran que ceder
I ante la oposicin de sus copar-
i tldarios de izquierda, que sa -*
oponen al rearme, y pronto se i
vera a Aneurin Bevan lanzan-
do otra ofensiva a favor de su,
programa de salud pblica, en
el cual han tenido que introdu- -
cirse economas para costear la
fabricacin de armas.
Y es muy probable que el Mi-
nistro de Hacienda. Hugh Gaits-
kell, est de acuerdo con l.
Bevan quiz vaya ms lejos,
y demandar no solamente los
fondos necesarios para comple-
tar el programa de salud sino
tambin presionar a faVor de'"'
una mayor nacionalizacin de
la industria.
clarinete-contrabajo, uno de los
mas raroa instrumentos musi-
cales, ha sido escogido por el Jo-
ven Eddie Sills, de Atlanta,
Georgia. Este instrumento es li-
no de los 15 en su clase que se
encuentran en los Estados Uni-
tiene los
mejores prooramas
POR SI ACASO. Los obreros estn abriendo huecos para-
colocar explosivos en este puente de Frankfurt. Alemania.
Los comunistas estin haciendo alarde de estas medida da 4
defensa, y han pintado an lema que dice: "Recuerden 1945".
El "Aviso Oportuno''
Es Barato y Efectivo!

l1 Volleyball Intercolegial
Contina Hoy Con 2 Juegos
Se Celebra Hoy El Tradicional
Juego Dlas Estrellas Del Base
Cany Stengel ha selecciona -
4* ai lansader Nad Garrar Ra-
ra abrir al jaefo da laa. Ea-
treUaa de la Lita Americana
centra la Lija Nacional.
Loa seleccionado en la vota-
cin hacha por loa aflcionadoa
debern Jara.- tres episodio*
Cada Liga catar dirigida por
ai manager del Clab eae ter-
min a la cabera en la tempo-
rada nitima.
Eddie Sawyer escogi para
abrir por la Ufa Nacional a
Robin Roberta pese a na an
actaacin na ha ido tan bri-
llante eote ao come loa ante-
Chlco Carrasauel el veneaolano
fee defiende el campe corto de
les Mediae Blancas, y ejue ac-
tuar por le menos en laa pri-
meras tres entradas del Juego
de hoy entre Us Estrellas de
la Liga Nacional y Americana,
declar fue tiene esprense de
ene lo dejen dnrante todo el
Casey Stengel, manager de la
Seleccin de la Liga Americana
tendr que utilitario por le
manos dnrante laa tres prime-
ras entradas per haber sido
seleccionado por los aficiona-
Bate choque de las Eetrelias
se celebrar en el Estadio de
Briggs, de Detroit
Coreghfaae, eonrie orgulloiamen
te al aparecer por primera res
01 el uniforme de loa pelote
I de San Francisco despees
ser adquirido por loe Yn-
tala. V New York pag al es-
cotar de 17 aos la suma de
W.ttl por firmar.
Rata noch a las 8 tiene lu-
gar una reunin para organizar
el torneo auspiciado por la
Jantzen, en la residencia del
aeftor Enrique Burrell 'Via Es-
paa, altea del Taller Damin).
Tiene esta noche a laa 7.00
en Calb Coln No. 13, una Im-
portante reunin y estn cita-
dos todos los socios en especial
los fundadores.
Entre los puntos a tratar se
encuentra la confeccin del pro
grama para la celebracin del
aniversario, ultimar los deta-
lles del Baile que se llevar "
cabo en el Jardn Balboa el 28
del presente mes. etc.
Se encarece la puntual asis-
tencia del Banquero Julio Alta-
fulla y el prestamista Rogelio
Sixto Ruedas,
Recuerda a todos los directo-
res y Representantes, la pun-
tual asistencia a la reunin de
esta noche a las 7.45 en el lu-
gar de costumbre para tratar
y acordar importantes asuntos.
Daniel Carpi
espera ganar
en Londres
El nadador peruano Daniel
Carpi Reg ac procedente de
Buenos Aires, diea minutos an-
tes de tomar el avin con nun-
bo a la Gran Bretaa donde
participar del 15 al 1* de
Agosto en la competencia en
man por cmaar a nado el Ca-
nal de La Mancha.
Carpi dijo qae cree aue ga-
nar la competencia aunque
considera aae tendr que su-
perar el tiempo de 14 horas y
J5 minatoa aae le tom eraear
el Canal en 1M7. Aadi aue
est en excelente estada fsico
pero ene reanudar sa entrena-
miento tan ponto llegae a In-
glaterra el mircoles.
Carpi n ba estado adies-
trando por Mis horas y nadan-
do seis horas todos loa das. El
pereane dijo ano la competen-
cia n auspiciada por un perla-
f^Jde Londres ano ha ofrec-
win premio de mil libas es-
terlina* al ganador y ya S3
pananas se han inscrito ara
participar en la competencia.
Anadia aae la tctica que uti-
lice en ka competencia depen-
de del estila da In dems riva-
El Chin conquist el
torneo invernal del
bisbol de Chorrera
El Dep. Chin gan el Cam-
peonato Invernal de Baseball
de La Chorrera, ai ganar en
gran forma con pizarra fi-
nal de 2-0 ante una gran con-
currencia, en el cuadro de Ma-
Dionisio Salinas, Inspir a sus
compaeros desde el montculo,
al superar en duelo de serpen-
tinas al cojlto J. Ortlz.
Con este partido donde nin-
gn bateador conecto ms de
un hit finaliz el Campeonato
Invernal de La Chorrera con
otro triunfo de Dionisio Salinas
quien gana su octavo Juego sin
derrotas para coronarse como
lder indiscutible de los lanza-
dores chorreranos.
Este match result parejo, el
Chin con Jugadores mas expe-
rimentados aprovecharon los 2
lncoglbles y el pecado del cua-
dro unionista para anotar las
2 carrera*.
Por otra parte Che Urea el
magnfico toletero de Chorrera
se coron Campen bate del ac-
tual torneo con promedio de
484 producto de 13 hita en 28
ocasiones. Urea constituy el
puntal de los unionistas, pero
para conservarse come lider y
) asegurarse el Campeonato nd
particip en el Juego de ayer,
siendo criticado por loa fanti-
cos y el Director del equipo.
La anotacin condensada del
juego fu:
Unin 71 C B E;
Deportivo Chin % % \
A buen paso marchan
loi arreglos para el
homenaje a J. Checa
La colecta para recoger fon-
dos para el homenaje de sim-
pata y aprecio que le brinda-
ran los deportistas al Premier
de nuestros arbitros de Base-
ball, "Jos Antonio Checa", si-
gue muy activa y en forma
EEXW- La ^cin
Nacional de Base-ball de Pa-
nam y la Liga de Bisbol de
in.rK?11ertai|PrMndo todos
los detalles del mismo.
Hasta el domingo 8 del pre-
de11 nRhn"bla ea9*,d 1 urna
L?-57-60 en donaciones es-
pontaneaa; la cantidad en con-
cepto de "taclcs" no se ha da-
do conocer todava-
Entre los donantes se
Fed Nal. de Baseball
o O o
Uceo vs. IP A y
miden fuerzas
o O o
Rata tarde continan las
competencias lntercoleglals de
Volleyball con doa partidos a
cargo de loa equipos:
IPA vs Liceo
Circuito Femenino
5 p.m.y
Artes vi Profesional
Ambos encuentros tienen lu-
gar en el Gimnasio Nacional y
prometen resultar movidos y
En el primer cotejo laa li-
cestas defienden su invicto en
el primer lugar mientras que
las muchachas del IPA se pre-
sentan decididas a entrar en la
columna de ganadores y mejo-
rar su opcin.
En el lanco de los varones,
Artesanos y profesionallstas ce
enfrascarn en un reido com-
bate, ya que ambos triunfaron
en su compromiso de apertura,
y el ganador de hoy continuar
como el nico Invicto y queda-
r solo en el puesto de honor.
Se inaugura el
viernes el ftbol
del Artes y Oficios
Las Competencias de Ftbol
del Colegio Artes y Oflcioa se
inaugurarn el prximo viernes
en lugar de maana como se
haba anunciado primeramente,
debido a decisin que tom u
ltimamente la Comisin Or-
Los Campeonatos del ftbol
artesano comprenden los Cir-
cuitos Menor, Mediano y Mayor,
y los partidos de apertura es-
tarn a cargo de loa oncenos
Elctricos vs Deportivo Flora
de la categora mediana, y
Mueblera Tufin vs Veracruz
y Mayor Cells vs Dep. Arroyo
de la Categora Mayor.
Ray Robinson Defiende Hoy Su
Ttulo Contra Randolph Turpin
LONDRES, Julio 18 (UP)
Jack Solomons predijo ano la
pelea qu sostendrn hoy por
el campeonato mundial peso
medio Ray Robinson y Ran-
dolph Turpin ser presenciada
por ana multitud superior a la
que ha asistido a laa ms im-
portantes peleas de loa Estados
Unidos este ao.
Los apostadorea escogen a
Robinson para ganar cata pe-
lea. Dnrante las doa ltimas
semanas el pueblo britnico ha
comentado laa tcticas de circo
utilizadas para darle propa-
ganda a esta pelea.
Jack Tarpus ae ha entrenada
en an castillo cerca do Landres
y ha aparecido bandose on
ana tina rosada histrica asada
por la Reina Victoria.
Am boa boxeadores esperan
llegar al lmite del peso fijado
en esta categora. Antea da sa-
lir para la pelea, sern escol-
tados los boxeadores por sois
policas con motocicletas. Se
espera ana entrada de M.tSS
libras esterlinas.
- <
Las competencias de levaniamenfo en
los Juegos" Panamericanos de Argentina
En la siguiente competencia
de los pesos pesados, John H.
Davis el fenmeno de los levan-
tadores de pesas, oblig levan-
tar varias veces de sus asientos
al numeroso pblico que se api-
en el Teatro Casino, para
aclamarlo por su hazaa de
romper sus propios records
mundiales y establecer nuevas
marcas, con 336 lbs. a pulso
(press), a Tanque (snatch) 330
lbs. y en limpio y envin
(clean de Jerici 398 para un to-
tal de 1082 lbs. Davis en la
ejecucin de sus levantamien-
tos parece no extenderse en sus
posibilidades potenciales, asa
noche er que se convirti en
dolo de los millares de fanti-
cos, de seguro hubiera supera-
do el record de limpio y en-
vin (clean i Jerk) Implan-
tado por el francs Charles
Rlgoulet de 402 lgs; pero debi-
do al tiempo demorado y per-
dido en verificar el record de
las 308 lbs, el atleta ae enfrent
perdiendo toda disposicin. Da-
vis personalmente asever a
este servidor lo antes mencio-
nado, y cumpli a las mil ma-
ravillas su promesa de romper
3 records en una noche, mas
bien estableci 4 con el total
de las alzadas. Davis es la ma-
ravilla mundial en el deporte
de las pesas; su primera noto-
riedad mundial lo conquist a
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alxamora
Se ultiman detalles
para la inauguracin
del basket colonense
COLON, Julio 10 (Por Nando
Quintero)Anoche se reunie-
ron los miembros de la Liga
Provincial de Baloncesto para
tratar de arreglar todo lo con-
cerniente a la prxima tempo-
rada de este deporte.
Segn lo Informado por ios
miembros de la Liga se espera
que las gestiones adelantan pa-
ra la consecucin del Gimnasio
Arena de Coln resultan un
xito para el deporte del ba-
loncesto en Coln. Por tal mo-
tivo se nombr anoche una
Comisin la cual se ha de di-
rigir a la ciudad capital para
establar conversaciones sobre
el particular.
Adems se ha informado que
este ao solo habr Liga Mas-
culina Menor y Mayor de la
rama femenina para la cual-se
cuenta con cuatro equipos de
este ramo y, con ms de 15
equipos para la categora me-
Triple blanqueo
hubo en el ftbol
colonense el Dgo.
B costumbre aqu en nues-
tro hipdromo Nacional que
cuando ui caballo paga un ai.o
dividendo o sea en trmino h-
picos un (palolocoi es porque
la carrera ha sido arreglada,
desde ese Instante empiezan
los silbido- los escndalos y el
cuerpo de comisarlos comienza
sus averiguaciones, y en la ma-
yora de los casos suspenden a
los jinetes dueos y equinos
sin haber comprobado su cul-
He aqu un artculo apare-
cido en una columna hpica del
Norte sobre el arreglo de ca-
rreras. .. "Por lo regular cuan-
do alguna carrera es arreglada
se escogen los caballos de la
tercera o cuarta opcin para
no dejar ninguna clase de res- \
go, en la misma, los dividendos
de estas carreras casi siempre
son de. ocho a diez balboas y
en el arreglo entran un total
de cinco a seis personas y un
capitalista que es el que hace
las Jugadas".
la edad de 17 aos en las Olim-
piadas de Berln en el ao 1938,
desde entonces ha Ido escalan-
do los peldaos, del triunfo
hasta convertirse en un verda-
dero fenmeno de laa pesas.
Siguiendo a Davis, en el segun-
do lugar lleg el Trinitario Le-
nox Kilgore, el mismo que en
laa Olimpiadas de Guatemala
tuvo la mala suerte de perder
sus 3 Intentos en el (snatch)
arranque; de este gran atleta
hemos ledo numerosas haza-
as y personalmente nos dijo
que hace cerca de un ao tie-
ne un lastimn en un hombro
que lo ha limitado en tus es-
fuerzos; sus alzadas fueron las
siguientes: 275 Iba a pulso
(press), 2 7 0 Iba arranque
(snatch) y 343 Iba en envin
para totalizar 887 lbs. En ter-
cer lugar clasific el Argentino
Norberto Perrelra con las alzas
de 286 lbs a pulso (press), 250
lbs arranque (snatch) y 342
lbs en limpio y envin (clean
& Jerk). Stanly Stancyk para
cerrar con broche de oro las
competencias de pesas de los
primeros Juegos Panamericanos
celebrados en Buenos Aires, dio
una espectacular demostracin
de control muscular, Imitando
a su vez las poses caractersti-
cas de los diferentes Mr. Ame-
ricas, finalizando as la gran
competencia de Amrica de-
Jando gratos e inolvidables re-
Tendr Como Rival
Al Cela Gonzlez
El equipo ptica Sosa "de-
fiende esta noche por sexta
vez su invicto en el Grupo
"Gringo de la Guardia" del
Campeonato de Basketball de
Segunda Categora ."e la Liga
Provincial de Panam, y tendr
como rival al Cela Gonzlez,
equipo aguerrido y peligroso
que muy bier puede dar la pri-
mera derrota a loa pupilos de
Rano Sosa.
Todos los partidos que ofrece
hoy el baloncesto menor mas-
culino pertenecen al grupo
Gringo de la Guardia y en los
otros dos encuentros, Rebeldes
y Deportivo Eva Pern lucha-
rn para alejarse del grupo de
retaguardia, mientras que Pe-
limex y Deportivo Alemn se
empearn en triunfar para a-
cercarse ms a los punteros.
Los equipos contarn esta no-
che con sus nminas completas
y se pronostican tres lances
Animados partidos estn presentando los i
torneos del bisbol juvenil de Santa Rita
fines n la semana pasada ^3
terminaron- empatados a tretJJ
Baseball Juvenil o Santa Rita
G. P. Pje.
. de :a Guardia 1
Barriada ............ 1 (
Nevea ..............."1 I
La Hora ........... 1 1
Chesterfield .......1 1
DO*. Mndez ......0 1
Dep. Mosquera .... I 1
S. Cola .............. o S
Mauricio ..
Angollai ..
Dep. Taia
Bugabca .
Dep. Malea
Grisei .....
C. Beta ...
Cienfuega .
Semi Intermedia
G. P.
o a o o o o
Social Deportiva
Reciba nuestras felicitaciones
la entusiasta deportista Felici-
ta Ortiz, Jugadora del equipo
de basketball mayor, Sastrera
Crdenas, por su cumpleaos
que celebro hoy.
Maana celebrar su cumple-
aos la simptica deportista
Nlvla A. Molina, tambin Juga-
dora del Sastrera Crdenas
y con tal motivo nos adelanta-
mos a enviarle nuestras felici-
Con marcado entusiasmo se
estn desarrollando las Serles
Piales de los Crculos inter-
medio y Semi Intermedio del
Baseball Juvenil do Santa Rita,
qu dirig el dinmico Bato Mar
Para esta tarae est anuncia-
do el Juego Dep. Mosquera vs
Dep. Mndez de la Justa Inter-
media; estos equipos Jugaron a
Crisol *
Justa Semi!
Maana se medirn
Dep. Eleta de la
Intermedia, para resolver rr
juego empatado a cero carrera
que sostuvieron hace tres diaj.i
El Jueves chocarn Novoa "f^
Barriada, del Circuito Interme*-
dio tambin para decidir el emw
pate a una carrera en el Juego
que efectuaron el abado.
En los otros partidos realM
zados, el Mauricio le gan aa
Malea por 3 carreras a 1, elj.
Dep. de la Guardia derrot al ,
Chesterfield por 8 a l. y tal
Hora se impuso al S. Cola por
4 a 3.
Mendoza y Dep. Gray
se miden boy en el
bisbol de Barraza
Antonio E. Racines
reelecto Presidente
del C. Santo Domingo
Ya se encuentra trabajando
en la pista el potrillo nacional
de propiedad de Don Osear
Ghittis (Don Temy) hijo e
Burbuja en Caren, y est bajo
los cuidados de O. Silvera.
Ral Arengo N.
Demetrio Valds
AJclbiades Arosemena Jr
Mauricio Sarlat
Alberto Boyd .
Ricardo A. Melndez
Ricardo Chlarl
Ppi Casis
^m1'1 Rodr"
?n,tln Brisas de Ancn
Chelo Gonzlez
8egn conversacin soste-
orte..00?: el cole* JoQuin A.
Ortega hay varias casas eo-
TKrta r .h,n t&
su aporte lo mismo que varios
hombres pudiente, y deporta
Las donaciones pueden .><
Balblf!? *t" dacin *
n VS? \,-Jo?l"n A Orte
o Liga de Baseball de Barraza
tient* los
mejores nronramas
COLON, Julio 10 (Por Nando
Quintero)Un triple blanqueo
fu lo que se registr en el
ftbol celebrado el domingo
pasado ei esta ciudad,' conti-
nuacin de los torneos de se-
gunda y primera divisin en
esta Provincia.
El primer Juego* de la tarde
fu una fcil victoria para los
muchachos del Centuria Ju-
nior que ganaron por tablero
de cinco tantos a cero,
El segundo Juego del progra-
ma fu un partido de mucha
accin y despus de dura lucha
sall airoso el equipo Depor-
tivo Arguelles por anotacin
final d< dos goales a cero.
El partido de la divisin ma-
yor, result movido y el Dos-
man mantuvo su invicto al de-
rrotar al Deportivo Perls por
3 a 0.
('* el CO10R Df CABEZA?
Combtalos a la
AlkaSelUer CMhrii rpid.iu la
indigeatin acida y el dolor da cabea
que cauaaa laa raaaldaa mal cembiaa-
dai e al contar atando preocupado. Sa
acete obl, aaalseaica r alcalina.
alivia eficazmente. Compro
al obrad te con la ublota do
Alka Seltzer
El jinete Augusto Soto quien
est mondando en nuestro hi-
pdromo naci el 8 de Diciem-
bre de 1028 en Chile, tiene ac-
tualmente 23 aos comenz a
montar en 1048 ha ganado co-
mo 200 c.rreras, lleg a montar
al Per contratado por Don
Antonio Chapites dueo del
Stud La Plata, y tuvo la mejor
actuacin de su carrera en 1947
con el crack de la generacin
de ese mismo ao el caballo
Arves Moon. Vino a, Panam
contratado por Don Eric Del-
Jinetes que actualmente
tan suspendidos:
C. Iglesias S.O. 1 Reunin
M. Zeballos 1 reunin.
G. Prescott 1 reunin
E. Daro 3 reuniones.
J. Same niego 3 reuniones
E. Silvera 7 reuniones
O. Chanta 8 reuniones.
Jos Rodrguez 6 reuniones.
A. Vaquez 6 reuniones
A. Mena 2 reuniones
O. Cru* 4 reuniones
P. Castaedas Provisional
A. Valdivia 5.00 Balboas.
El torneo de Baseball de
Liga de Barraza seala paro
esta tarde el Juego entre los
equipos Gray y Mendoza,
Este encuentro se anunci
para aye-, pero la lluvia impi-
di su de-arrollo y se pospuso
para hoy.
El prximo encuentro corre-
r a cargo de las novenas
Crespo y Miranda.
En los encuentros del pasado
domingo, el Miranda se Impuso
al Vallarlno por 5 carreras a
2. y el Canad le gan al Cres-
po por 8 a 2.
1 i
Eduardo Lanuza nuevo
delegado por Coln en
la Fed. de Baseball
Eduardo Lanuza fu nombra-
do Delegado por la Provincia
de Coln ante la Federacin
Nacional de Baseball Amateur
y Manuel (Cholo) Alvarez co-
mo designado asistente.
El nombramiento de Lanuza,
viejo pelotero y alto empleado
de la Casa Omphroy, ha sido
bien acogido entre ios depor-
tistas y se espera que desarro-
llar una satisfactoria labor en
dicha entidad.
Lanuza reemplaza a Justinia-
no Rodrguez Jr. y Alvarez a
El prximo mircoles en la
sesin de la F.N.B.A., sern Ju-
Con el mayor orden y compa-
erismo se efectuaron laa elec-
ciones para la nueva Directiva
del "Club Deportivo Santo Do>
mingo" que regir los destinos
durante el periodo de 1951-1052.
Actuaron de escrutadores los
socios Camilo Levy Salcedo, Pe-
1. 1 dro Alvarado y
Salieron electos por abrumado-
ra mayora los siguientes mlem
Fueron suspendidos
tres jinetes el fin
de semana pasado
impuestas por
este fin de se-
los Comisarios
Por cambiar la linea en ia
tierra derecha se le impuso una
suspensin de 6 reuniones al
Jinete O. Cruz (Elona).
Por cargar en la recta debe
cumplir 8 reuniones el Jinete
O. Chanls (Baby Rol).
Por cambiar de lnea de ca-
rrera se suspendi al Jinete A.
Mena por 3 reuniones (Aqu
El Morris sorprendi
Antomo al vencer anoche al
Surex en basketball
Reaparecen esta
semana les ases
de Juan Franco
LOS campeones de la pista
protagonizarn la carrera este-
lar que se celebrar este fin do
semana en el Hipdromo Na-'
clonal. Estos equinos irn al
poste de partidas de los 1400,
metros y por un premio da'
Estn Inscritos en este even-
to Phoebus Apollo, Rathiing
Light, Pinarc', Dictador y Welsh
Nuevos Ejemplares
En el programa de inscrip-
ciones para las carreras de es-
te fin de semana han sido in-
cluidos varios ejemplares nue-
vos entre los que tenemos ai
Lujoso, Piragua, Sansoucl, As-1
torla, Guarlna, Pincel, Mont-
martre, Caribe, England. Entra1
los nacionales tenemos a Con'
Valor H. 1
Presidente, Antonio E. Bacina
Vice-fres.. Enriqae Donado A.
Sec de Actas, Hermllo Ochoa
Sec. de Corres. Vctor Beltrn
Tesorero, Diego Sanchas .
Fiscal Fernando Ochoa.
Con excepcin de los seo-
res Vctor Beltrn y Diego
Snchez los otros miembros
fueron reelectos. Terminada U
sesin los nuevos directores
dieron un brindis a todos los
La Directiva aprovecha esta
oportunidad para citar a todos
los socios a una reunin extra-
ordinaria para el da 16 de los
corrientes a las 7.30 p.m.
Basketball do CatedTal
Jantien ..
O. Sosa. ..,
La Maoca
Mauricio ..
Don eco ,
Surex .....
T. Sonsa
.... 4
.- 4
.. 3
.. 3
.. S
.. t
F. Morris..........1
Picazn De Los Pies
(.calmada Como Magia
trutornoa da la, pial loa oiaVa. iU
armM muy a/iandlSo aP tod?
mundo y conocido con dtvaraoi,.,
f^Lf,giamoro, ate. Uatadl podr
oT?.Ti*a,U ,r""> naattano
o mata al rlrnun qua lo ea.uaa.lX
do Nixodarm acaba con la plcaitfaaa
S ff?5aL? fomlna a clcatrtaar la.
Pil hacindola auava, limpia y clara
Nixodrm sa-sr
* r>M Muri ex-pelotero
de los Tigres ayer
DETROIT, Julio 10 (UP)
Harry E. Hellmann el gran ba-
teador de los Tigres de hace
unas dos dcadas que fu cam-
pen bate de la liga America-
na cuatro veces y que abando-
no el diamante hace 18 aftos
pera convertirse en locutor de
la radio falleci ayer a la edad
de 56 aos victima de cncer.
Hellmann Inici su- carrera
beisbolera con la novena Por-
tlan de Oregon en 1013 y desde
1016 hastt. 102 jug regular-
mente con los Tigres como Inl-
clall.sta y jardinero y se retir
en 1032 tras jugar tres tempo-
radas con los Rojos de Cincl-
Al retirarse contaba con un
promedio total al bate de .382
tras ganar el campeonato de
la Liga Americana con un pro-
medio de .304 en 1921 de .403
en 1023. de .303 en 1025 y de
.398 en 1027.
La Aristcrata
de todas las
Jaegos para Maana
ptica Sosa vs La Maoca
(A lar 7.45 p.m.)
Doa eco vs Jantaen
0 pm.
El Deportivo Morris dio ano-
che la gran sorpresa del Cam-
peonato de basketball de la
Liga de Catedral al derrotar en
el primer Juego del doble cele-
brado en el Gimnasio del Ma-
raen, al Surex, por 45 puntos
a 42, demostrando loa "clgarrl-
lleroa" gran potencia. En n
segundo partido el Don eco,
haciendo alardea de fuerza su-
per al Taller Bousa fcilmen-
te por 46 a 34.
El Morris, que se encuentra
en el stano del torneo con
una sola victoria, no haba po-
dido lograr un triunfo en sus
cinco anteriores presentaciones,
pero anoche dio la sorpresa y
venci a un equipo fuerte como
es el Surex.
En el otro lance el eco des-
de el pri-.ier tiempo super al
Sousa para lograr el triunfo.
Maduro y Hearn seo.
juegan hoy iu opcin
en el torneo de tenis
El destacado Jugador Bill He-
le clasific para el juego final
del Torneo Dunlop de Tenis A
Imponerse el domingo al cono-
cido tenista local, profesor Ju-
lio Pinilla por 6-3 y 7-5 en la
cancha de la Piscina Olmpica.
En el otro partido G. Madu-
ro avanz un nuevo paso en la
Justa con su victoria sobro
Fisher por 4-8, 6-2 y 6-1.
Ambos encuentros resultaron
movidos e interesantes. Al pro-'1
fesor Plnllla se le not falta da
entrenamiento aunque luch'
con empeo hasta el final.
Esta tarde deben Jugar Jorga
Maduro y Webb Hearn en el j
partido semifinal; en caso da 1
lluvia Jugarn maana mirco* i
les; el ganador de este encuen- 1
tro se medir con B. Hele el
prximo domingo en el juego
final por el Trofeo Dunlop.
Se obtiene
ms kilometraje
por litro
De venta en:
Vnpniin V Rtlutk Immma ida. '
Ntmmtktm. /aaiaarM
Ahora usted puede darse afeita-
das a ras de piel ms ntidas, qua
lucen mejory a la vea ayudar
a conservar al aspecto suave y juve-
nil de au roatro.
Maravilloso taayadlawra
Todo eeto ae daba a la Nueva Crema
de Afeitar Williama, qua contiena
Extracto de lanolina recianta des-
cubrimiento medico con maTorea
propiedadea "benficas" para la pial
que la lanolina comenta. El Extracto
do Lanolina la refresca el roatro a la
vez quo uated aa afeita ... lo ayuda
a conservar al aspecto aano y juvenil
da au piel.
Cada vez qua usted se afeita coa la
Nueva Crema da Afeitar rVaaw
diafrutt da esta marvilloaa suba
tanday adatis obtiene una afei-
tada mas cmoda, ms fcil. Usa
Wluame, la nica crema de afeitm
fue mntimt Extracto 4 Lanolina
"Es eiomWoio lo que oneno on ce-
owitiWe"proclama Ernesto Venena,
ereaiererle da aatoaotaa ae Manila.
"Guiar un autobs no 01 cota fcil.
Poro un motor ptenlo
y do funcionamiento
efrcaz economiza
esfuerzos ol conductor.
Vo ya encontr la
manara de hacer esto
reinstalo un nuevo
juego de Bujioi de
Encendido Champion
coda 15.000
kilmetro*. Y at
asombrte lo
que so ahorra
en combustible!
En todo sentido
resulta prctico."
rVaduWos dtl mmto entero
par nos dt un cuarto dt siglo

iin hi a m i i i*
IAr""" "r'">
martes, mo 10. mi
i E D
P::: americana
1.090 Kcs
3:30 Don Qukero
Dramatlzacion. cortesa
de Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
- 4:00 Noticiero "Perelra"
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
dramatlzacion RPA
'..mi Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valdes
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental *
6:30 Sucescs de la Humanidad
6:45 Sur Canciones Preferidas
Plavio Garcia, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
cort. de Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatlzacion, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:3 Paginas de Amor
dramatizacin cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 I.a Voz Emocional de
Betty Williamson
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
cortesa de Almacenes
fSySdtS*-' +JUEVES*
Artistas Argentinos Unidos
El Prestigioso Sello de la
Nos ofrece la pelcula ms c-
mica que ha producido la cine-
matografa Argentina
Con el ltimo descubrimiento
cmico de la pantalla
"Los Cinco Grandes del" ',
Buen Humor"
Un quinteto que lo matar de
risa con as Imitaciones de
Alberto Castillo
Berta Singerman
Los Hnos. Marx
y otros conocidos astros del
cine y el teatro.
Hora y media de continuas
La Aurora
8:15 Dos canciones y un poema
con Carlos Porras
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de cigarrillos,
Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatlzacion, cortesa
de la Casa Angellni
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
con Sols y Gmez
cortesa Bazar Panam
9:30 El Hit .Musical de Hoy
10:00 Conjunto
Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Variedad musical
11:00 El cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
jfifcjsV ..awarner Bros
8:00 Buenos das
6:03 Almanaque de la
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi Tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 Discoteca Internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
P.: 45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
11:30 Cuba, su msica y sus
11:45 Grandes intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
1:00 Noticiero deportivo
redacta Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas Musicales
con Anoland. Cortesa de
El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
3:00 Momento Romntico
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Mari an el a '
dramatlzacion RPA
El documental "Un Ao en
Corea" que estrena desde el
prximo jueves el Teatro Cen-
tral, recoge con toda veracidad
lo que sucede en el conflicto
coreano. Tiene vistas de una
Importancia capital, pues a tra-
vs de este documental podre-
mos darnos exacta cuenta del
conflicto blico. Junto con "Un
Ao en Corea" el Central ofre-
ce el estreno' de "El Hijo Que
Vuelve" protagonizada por Alan
Ladd y Mona Freeman y filma-
da en Teohnlcolor.
Desvanezca la Gordura
81 I cordura arruina 11 ligara o
hace qua tanca dificultad part reaplrar
y pona au alud an peligro, encontrara
3u ea fcil perder medio kilo por
la con el nuevo mtodo de Hollywood
llamado KORMODE. Nada de dieta
draatica o jerelelo .Absolutamente
yin peligro. Pida FORMOUB en
farmacia favorita y empleo* a adal-
ajasar maana, ^^
con sus pasos de
Mambo calientito
- con -
Qu delito fu el luyo
para que lo enterraran en
Una Pelcula que supera' a las
hechas en Hollywood!
Estreno Especial
1 Da Solamente!
Tandas: 2:55 4:44
5:53 9:05
Y sta es uno de los mejores ejemplos!... Divertida. Melodiosa,
Deliciosa y qu Lujo y Colores... Y qu Estrellas!...
Marjorie MAIN, en
En los brazos ardorosos de
Montalbn, el corazn de
Jane se abre al amor!...

Delicioso idilio al comps de
bailes y msica preciosos!...
Gran Suceso Musical M-G-M!
Doble Estreno Fenomenal!
Su perversidad
encontr su
medida en el
amor de un
hombre peor
que ella...
y ese fue
su castigo!..


Una pelcula que lo har llorar
...pero llorar de risa!
Red Skelton. en
iMeato:', of The Movies)
Amor al desayuno, almuerzo
y cena!...
Jane Powell Ricardo
Montalbn. en
i Two Weeks With Love)
\ >

it IUIM lllllll HUM ci itu run
7.000 millas de selva mortal
en una expedicin que des-
cubre ante sus ojos horrores
y maravillas del Continente
La crisis petrolera de Irn '
puede afectara E. U. en el Irak
Un alto funcionario del De-
partamento de Estado norte-
americano le ha advertido al
subcomit de Relaciones Exte-
riores encargado de los asuntos
del Cercano Oriente, que a los
Estados Unidos les puede salir
el tiro por la culata en Irak
por lo que se refiere a la ex-
plosiva situacin del petrleo
en Irn.
Las compaas petroleras nor-
teamericanas tienen g r a n des
concesiones en Irak, as como
en la Arabia Saudita y en el
El funcionarlo a que nos re-
ferimos, el subsecretario de Es-
tado George C. McGhee, ha es-
tado compareciendo ante el
grupo encabezado por el Se-
nador demcrata Giy Glllete,
del Estado de Iowa, para po-
nerle de modo informal al co-
rriente de la crisis precipitada
por la nacionalizacin de la
Compaa Anglolrania de Pe-
McGhee, petrolero de Texas
y yerno del gelogo E. E. de
Golyer, ha de comparecer otra
vez ante el grupo menciona-
do el sbado por la maana.
Pero despus todo el comit de
Relaciones Exteriores, con ex-
cepcin de su presidente, el Se-
nador demcrata Tom Conna-
lly, de Texas, y del Senador
Walter F. George, tambin de-
mcrata y del Estado de Geor-
gia, partir rumbo a Europa,
en relacin con el proyecto ge-
neral de ayuda exterior oue pi-
de la asignacin de ocho mil
quinientos millones de dlares
para este ao fiscal.
McGhee seal que en todo
El Sub-Secretario del Dpto.
de Estado revela este temor
a un grupo de Senadores
el Cercano Oriente, los occiden-
tales que tienen concesiones de
petrleo estn enfrentndose al
"nacionalismo extremado", esti-
mulado por el fervor religioso,
asi como politico.
81 bien los Estados Unidos no
estn ponindose de parte de
nadie al tratar de solucionar la
disputa anglolrania, McGhee
seal que el dejar de resolver
dlrho problema podra poner en
peligro los intereses norteame-
ricanos en Irak.
Se supo tambin que de los
Estados Unidos se siguen en-
viando al Cercano Oriente car-
gamentos sustanciales de tubos
de acero para los oleoductos del
Irak y del Irn.
Los senadores que asistieron
a la reunin con el subsecreta-
rio McGhee dijeron que ste hi-
zo hincapi en que los conce-
sionarios norteamericanos tie-
nen contratos liberales con las
naciones del Cercano Oriente, y
que dichos contratos estn su-
jetos a renegociacin cada cier-
.to tiempo.
Sin embargo, agreg que la
crisis Irania era tan explosiva
"Bodas Sangrientas"
Un Drama Pasional Peligroso!
La comedia musi-
ta! que contina
alendo la mejor I
________IN COLORES I ____
Una Comedia
I THUD Mi*----
BftsMis a
tu -
que podra nublar la buena vo-
luntad engendrada por las com-
paas norteamericanas en los
pases del Cercano Oriente ve-
cinos a Irn.
La cuestin del racionamien-
to final de la gasolina en los
Estados Unidos, en caso de que
se paralizara la industria pe-
trolera Irania, ha sido discuti-
da tambin en dichas feniones
informativas. Se indica que has-
ta ahora se dejarla sentir pri-
mero la escasez por lo que to-
ca al aceite combustible, pero
que pudiera ser que hubiese
que racionar la gasolina ms
adelante en los Estados Unidos.
tiene los
mejores programas
Millonario cubano
escapa de la muerte
millonario Jos Gmez Mena
escap de la muerte nuevamen-
te cuando su yate particular
"Rada" choc contra las eco-.
lleras de la costa sur de Cau#{
gey, hundindose rpidamente.
Gmez Mena y los dems pa-
sajeros de su yate fueron res'
catados por el yate cuban
"Trueno" de propiedad de :.:&
>ito Menocal, hijo del ex-Picsl
dente de la Repblica, Genual
Menocal. Tanto Gmez Mcr.a
como los dems pasajeros esca-
paron ilesos, siendo trasborda-
dos al "Trueno" para seguir
viaje a la Habana.
El yate "Rada" haba llegado
ayer tarde al puerto de Santa
Cruz del Sur, en la costa sui de
Camagey procedente de Kings-
ton, Jamaica y se dispona a
seguir viaje hacia la Habana
cuando ocurri el accidente.
Esta es la segunda vez qua
Jos Gmez Mena escapa de la
muerte en pocos meses. Hace
algunos meses el millonario (u4
atacado con tidos de pistola en
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