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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
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daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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AN INT)EraNDENT^fHE\DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1951
FIVE CENTS
PRELIMINARY TRUCE TALK Members of United Nations truce team (left) come face to
face with Communist delation In Kaesong. Korea after arrival by helicopter (righrear).
UN and Red negotiators agreed at a six-hour meeting In Kaesong to open formal Korean
cease-fire talks In the ancient walled city. ____ _mmmm ,__.
(Signal Corps Radlophoto from Tokyo Via NEA-ACME Tclephoto)
(NEA Telephoto)
SEEK PEACE Maj. Gen. H. I. Hodes of the U.S. 8th Army (Wit). Maj Gen L. C. Cralgle
fi the UA Air Force, and Rear Admiral Arielgh Burke (right*, commander.of Cruiser Divi-
sion Five, are members of the UN armistice pa rley team engaged in cease-fire talks at Kae-
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August Draft Call Skyrockets
As Marines Demand More Men
WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP)
__The Defense Department has
Increased Its August draft call
from 22,000 to 35,000 menIn-
cluding 7,000 for the Marines.
' About 34,000 more will be
called in September.
This Is the first time since
the draft was revived after the
outbreak of the Korean war that
It was been used by the Marine
Corps. The other 28.000 men
Inducted in August will go to
the Army, which has used the
draft regularly.
In the September call, about
28,000 men will go to the Army
nd about 6.000 to the Marine
Corps. The Air Force still has
not had to resort to the draft
since it has been meeting its
manpower needs through volun-
teers.
The Marine Corps explained
It needs the draftees to make
up a deficiency in its planned
strength. The Corps had been
shooting for 204.000 men as of
June 30. Its actual strength at
that time was estimated at
nearer 196,000.
Gen. Clifton B. Cates, Marine
Corps Commandant, recently
said the Corps will have to de-
pend on the draft even more
heavily if Congress passes pend-
New York Sea Of Fezzes As
100,000 Sbriners Go To It
NEW YORK. July 11 (UP)
More than 100.000 shrlners and
their families Invaded New
-York City this week with whoops
and horseplay for their six-day
77th annual convention, but on-
ly 500 of them not down to any
serious business.
While the 500 imperial re-
Eresentatives transit the official
uslness of the ancient Arabic
! .order, nobles of the mystic
shrine, at the Commodore Hotel,
the rest of the members were
having a great time in the bi
citv. Even Gen. Douglas Mac-
Arthur dug out his red fez.
Times square was a sea of
fezzes. Members of the Bektash
Temple. Concord. N. H., set up a
callipe in front of the Astor
Hotel, on the square, and play-
ed old favorite tunes for lunch-
hour crowds.
Sight-seeing buses did a huge
jusiness. 8tore windows were
stocked with glittering fezzes.
shr,ne Jewelry and banners.
The shrlners have not been
o New York en masse for 65
vears. and thev were warming
j to keen pace, with the hot
h/ weather. w
The shrlners and their fami-
lies took hotels by storm. Every
available room was taken for the
six days, during which there
will be two big. colorful parades
and continuous entertainment
at Madison Square Garden.
The festivities opened formal-
ly at the Garden, with enter-
tainers from the various tem-
ples, performing.
-Gen. Douglas MacArthur will
review a parade tomorrow. He
Is a member of the Nile Temple,
of Seattle. Wash. MacArthur will
wear a fez. but he will not be
permitted to wear five stars
either of the shrlners or the
Army.
Only Imperial Potentate Hu-
bert M. Poteat. Wake Forest. N
C.. Is permitted to wear those
on his fez.
The 500 responsible for work-
ing on nominations were in
their meeting room. Officers of
the order will be chosen Thurs-
day.
Other business sessions will be
concerned with raising money
for 17 hospitals for criDpled
chldren in the United '_-tes.
Canada, Mexico and Haw;
tag legislation to Increase its
manpower ceiling to 400,000
men.
When the original August
draft call for 22,000 men was
issued last May, the Defense
Department said 'that only the
Army had requested any In-
ductees. The call had to be re-
vised when the Marines asked
for men and the Army boosted
its figures.
The Department said the
higher calls will not cause the
Armed Services to exceed their
present authorized strength of
3,500,000 men.
The new draft calls will bring
to 634.000 men the number of
men inducted since the start of
the Korean war on June 25.
1950. The army has taken all
but the 13.000 earmarked for
the Marines during August and
September.
Draft calls had been tapering
off in recent months after a
series of heavy calls resulting
from the need for men in Korea.
The July draft call was cut to
15.000lowest in a year and
5,000 below the June figure.
The Marine Corps now Is
limited to 20 per cent of the
Navy's strength but legislation
pending In both the House and
Senate would revise that figure
sharpiv upward.
The House bill would give the
Marines a minimum strength of
300.000 and a maximum of 400,-
000. The Senate bill would mere-
ly llx a 400,000-man ceiling. The
House bill would make the Mar-
ine commandant a member of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff while
the Senate bill would make him
an adviser to the chiefs.
Havana Strikers
Back On PAA Jobs
At Prio's Request
HAVANA. July 11 (UP) The
airline strike here came to an
end today as imlon leaders ac-
cepted President Antonio Prio's
request that Uiey return to work
at i
UN Team At Peace Talks
Rejects 'Political Issues'
Little League Drive Goes Over;
Army Hike Makes Total $5,327
The kids made it.
The Canal Zone Little League
All-Stars will definitely compete
In the U-S.-wide competition
thanks to the generous people of
Panama and the Canal Zone.
The fund drive went over the
top of $5,000 today with the an-
nouncement of a combined Army
contribution of $1,281.85 Just be-
fore noon.
Prior to the big Army boost, a
total of $110 was collected in the
US Oil Expert
Puts Iranian
Blame On UK
. NEW YORK. July 11. (UP)
Oil expert Max Thornburg said
in a speech here today that the
current Iranian oil crisis had a-
risen from the "sheer stupidity"
of the British policy of working
against the formation of a strong
Iranian government.
Thornburg, who served as pe-
troleum adviser to the State De-
partment from 1941 to 1043. call*
ed Iran's efforts to nationalize
its oil industry "tragic and whol-
ly unnecessary."
He said the Iranians did not
want to nationalize the industry,
but were forced to because of the
British refusal to alleviate the
country's grievances against Brit-
ish policy.
Meanwhile Iran has accepted
President Truman's proposal that
his special assistant W. Averlll
Harriman come to Teheran to
discuss the oil question with Ira-
nian Premier Mohamed Mossa-
degh.
Harriman declined to com-
ment Immediately on this accept-
ance, which is regarded as mild-
ly encouraging.
Meanwhile in Abadan, Senator
Matin Daftarl, chairman of
Iran's oil nationalization board,
advocated the end of military
government In the refinery city.
He also said that approximate-
ly 2,500 British experts in the
oilfields wanted to stay on the
job, under the nationalized com-
pany.
He said the Abadan storage
tanks, which are now nearly full.
have enough oil In them to meet
Iran's domestic needs for the
next 18 months should the refin-
ery be compelled to close down.
Previously a British Embassy
spokesman said in Teheran that
Iran's rejection of the World
Court decision in the Anglo-Iran-
ian oil dispute made British eva-
cuation of the Abadan refinery
inevitable.
He said the refinery the larg-
est in the world would have to
close down In the long run.
He added: "It is Increasingly
borne in on us that Mossadegh
does not Intend to negotiate."
Elderly Jamaican
Reported Missing
A 68-year-old Jamaican, Tho-
mas Lewis, a retired Panama
Canal employe, was reported
missing yesterday to the Bal-
boa Police station.
When last seen Lewis was
wearing a blue short-sleeved
shirt, white pants, and tan
shoes.
He was last spotted leaving
his quarters Central Avenue in
Panama City.
offices of The Panama American
this morning and the Little
League Finance Committee re-
ported collections else where
since yesterday of $162.50.
The last tabulation therefore
showed a rousing total of: $5,327.-
85.
And today all the Little Leag-
uers and their parents were say-
ing. "Thanks for everything."
Most of the credit for the suc-
cess of the fund drive should go
to the Finance Committee com-
posed of Rufus Lovelady. Fred
Mead and Jack Watson. The trio
worked tirelessly in whipping up
the campaign which started
(with a contribution of $25 from
THE PANAMA AMERICAN) and
finally got Into high gear when
other merchants followed suit
Study
Living Cost Control
Decree Under
By RP Lawmakers
The Minister of Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry, David
Samudlo declared this morning
that while the Legislative Com-
mittee has not as yet approved
the Decree which will provide
measures for lowering the cost of
living and creating a Price Con-
trol Director, the National gov-
ernment could take no measure
because no legal Instrument ex-
ists which would permit interven-
tion .to fix prices to prevent
hoarding.
Samudio said that the Decree,
sent to the Legislative Commit-
tee is being studied by the Na-
tional Economic Council.
The penalties set forth In the
proposal would mean fines of $2,-
000 or arrest for five to 90 days.
The decree authorizes the exe-
cutive branch of the Government
to buy by public bid such food-
stuffs It believes might become in
short supply.
The decree is an outgrowth of
the current protest against the
high cost of living.
This protest began last week,
and culminated in yesterday af-
ternoon's demonstration to the
Presidencia.
Business today was back to nor-
mal, schools were reopened, and
United States military leave re-
strictions on Panam were lift-
ed at 9 a.m. today.
Yesterday afternoon all passes
for military personnel were sus-
pended as a precautionary meas-
ure to avoid Incidents which
might Involve military personnel.
A seven-day deadline was giv-
en Pres. Alclbiades Arosemena
yesterday when over 2,000 dem-
onstrators marched down Central
Avenue to the Presidencia to pro-
test the high cost of living, the
"exorbitant" electric rates of the
Fuerza y Luz Company, and gen-
eral unemployment.
The marchers' spokesman told
the President he had seven days
to reduce the cost of living and
30 days In which to solve the un-
employment problem.
and the Army, Navy and Air
Force put their big shoulders to
the wheel.
The Little League kids them-
selves also did their part In push-
ing the drive and today should
feel mighty proud of themselves
The Army collection of almost
$1,300 was announced by Maj. W.
H. Peterson of the Special Serv-
ices section.
Presentation of the funds to
the Little League will be made
by Brig. Gen. Francis A. March,
$3,773.50
nearer tonight than it was 24 hours ago.'
The negotiations will continue tomorrow.
1
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 11 (UP)The United Na-
tions armistice team rejected Communist attempts to raist
political issues during the five-hour session of the second
day of the ceasefire parleys in Kaesong.
The United Nations delegates indicated on their re-
turn here that they refused to discuss the Red demand for
the withdrawal of foreign troops from Korea "or any other
political issues."
But Tass dispatches received in London, listing the
Red proposals as 1) Cessation of hostilities; 2) Withdrawal
of troops from the 38th parallel; 3) Withdrawal of troop*
from Korea, claimed that the United Nations representa-
tives refused to say which of the proposals they considered
political, and advanced no "concrete proposals" in reply.
But Colonel George Ruhlen of the negotiating team
resenting all of the men and said after the second days talks: An armistice is much
women of the Army.
The final box score:
Previously reported.. ..
Catholic Daughters of
America, Court Santa
Maria, No. 447.....
Panam Canal Scottish
Rite Bodies.......
National Brewery ..
Masters, Mates and Pi-
lots of America, Local
No. 30..........
Office ol Personnel Di-
rector, Panam Ca-
nal Co...........
Booster ticket sales.. ..
Base Motor Pool, Al-
brook Air Force ....
John J. Alexaltls.....
65th AAA Group ....
33rd Inf. Reg. it 504th
FABn...........
45th Rec. Bn.......
37th Eng. Co.......
Ft. Clayton NCO .. ..
7461st AU Sig.......
516th TC Car Co.....
Hq. & Sp. Troops, US-
ARCARIB ........
8ARCARIB School. ..
Atlantic Sector.,
10.00
100.00
50.00
25.00
25.00
62.50
5.00
5.00
220.69
296.54
225.54
42.76
14.04
144.00
75.20
108.21
62.27
92.60
Total .'.... $5,327.85
Civilian Gunners
Gel First Lesson
Tomorrow Night
The opening of the U.S. Army
Caribbean's Anti-Aircraft Civil-
ian Auxiliary Program will take
place tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at
the PAD hangar at Albrook Field.
Following the playing of "The-
Star Spangled Banner" by the
71st Army Band, there will be in-
troductory talks by Acting Gov-
ernor Herbert D. Vogel, Brig.
Gen. Francis A. March, Chief of
Staff, USARCARIB, and Col. San-
ford J. Goodman, CO, 65th AAA
Group.
Saturday morning will see the
Initial firing demonstration at
Flamenco Island.
The Officer in Charge, Maj.
Manning E. Hutchlnson, will give
the volunteers an orientation
lecture after the Introductory
talks tomorrow evening. This will
be followed by a "county fair"
demonstration of the AA defense
system as the volunteers will
operate it.
Those selected for training
have been notified to their ac-
ceptance and have been request-
ed to use the AACAP bus system
rather than overtax the limited
parking facilities. ^^^
Ruhlen told newsmen: "I think
the talks are now on the tracks."
He said the conference went
more smoothly today than yes-
terday. "Things were better or-
ganized."
He said the negotiations were
carried on in a businesslike man-
ner. There was less tension than
before, and no long-winded
speeches.
However, the session still was
dominated by cold, military for-
mality.
Ruhlen was not permitted to
say whether any points on the
agenda had been fully agreed on
by both sides. While he agreed
with United Nations general sec-
retary Trygve Lie that there was
good reason to be optimistic,
Ruhlen would not guess how loni
the ceasefire negotiations migh
last.
He was prohibited from dis-
cussing any topics discussed at
the negotiations, and from re-
vealing anything about the ac-
tual negotiations.
Wanted For Murder:
Fox-Faced Man Who
Raped London Girl
LONDON, July 11 (UP).
Scotland Yard detectives today
Joined in a massive police search
for the "foxy-faced man In a
gray suit" wanted for question-
ing in the brutal dex slaying of
seven-year-old Christine Butch-
er.
The body of the criminally as-
saulted child was found in high
grass in a field near her Wind-
sor home last night.
Little Christine was last seen
near Sugar Ray Robinson's
training quarters near Windsor
Sunday night. She had gone
there from her nearby home to
show Sugar Ray her black doll.
She did not get to see him
though.
Scotland Yard said today that
Sugar Ray and his entourage
were being very co-operative.
Detectives talked with most of
the fighter's assistants in the
early hours of today.
They held off talking with
Sugar Ray, who last nlgnt lost
his world middleweight title In
a hard fight with Randolph
Turpin, till 11 o'clock this morn-
ing.
He said the senior North Ko-
rean delegate, Nam 11, is the dom-
inant force in the Red team.
Ruhlen's impression Is that
Nam is "pretty much of a sol-
dier," being "a dynamic man with
a strong character."
Bands of South Koreans roam-
ed the streets of the temporary
capital of Pusan today demon-
strating against a possible cease-
fire In the war.
"On to the Yalu" the crowd
shouted as It waved flags and
held up banners, under the urg-
ing of its leaders.
South Korean civilians also
massed In front of the Seoul City
Hall demonstrating for an "hon-
orable" peace.
While the negotiators were
talking In Kaesong today the
commander of the United Na-
tions ground forces in Korea, Lt.
Gen. James A. Van Flee, warn-
ed that the Chinese army is pre-
sently capable of launching a
sizable assault anywhere on the
Korean front. It has been build-
ing up its forces.
Van Fleet said: "I cannot eva-
luate their present striking po
tential In relation to their pre-
vious assaults, but they are In i
greater strength now than they
have been for some time."
"We are all hoping the enemy
Is sincere In his wishes for a
ceasefire, but the 8th Army is on
its guard and will not let up its
preparations against an attack
UU the enemy proves his slncer- ,
lty.
"We have not watched the en-
emy building up without taking
measures to check his potential.
"The 8th Army is prepared to
meet the worst the enemy can
give."
Zoo Elephant
Tasty Eating For .
Meat-Shy Britain
LONDON, July 11 < I'P > A
woman reporter In meat-short
Britain said today that Rajah,
the London soo elephant killed
Monday for attacking its keep-
er, made a tasty dish.
Anne Coupar, of the Daily
Express, obtained an unration-
ed cut from Rajah's carcasa
and had lt as both roast and
stew. > I
She said the raw meat looked
like a prime cut of beef, only of
slightly coarser texture.
Communists Want End To Korea Fight
But They Must Save Face At Home
BY HARRY FERGUSON
The Communists hope to get
three things out of the cease-fire
negotiations in Korea:
1. They want to stop the slaugh-
Ambcssador Wiley
Due Here Tuesday
On SS 'Heredia'
Newly assigned United
States Ambassador to Pa-
nama John Cooper Wiley,
and Mrs. Wiley are expect-
ed to arrive on the Isth-
mus Tuesday aboard the SS
Heredia of the United Fruit
Line.
They are to sail from New
York tomorrow.
All those things seem to add up guarantees that It will not be
to the fact that the Communists ylolated.
realize they have taken a licking About the only way you can get
in Korea That no doubt Is true, that kind of guarantee is have
but getting them to admit lt pub- both sides agree to some form of
licly is something else again. Inspection by a neutral commls-
teVf Chinese soldiers, it "is true Their story is that the UN. Ar- sion The commission must be
eace and that able to move freely through both
"orea to see
trained soldiers. stuck with that story. for a surprise offensive. Thats
The Communists want to a- going to be a hard pill 'or the
chieve their three-point program Communists to swallow, iney
but they don't want lt badly don't want anybody Investigating
make wholesale con- them; they flourish In secrecy.
that Red China has almost un- my begged for peace and that able to move freely throug
limited manuower. but she does part of the world which doesn t South and North Korea
!not have an unlimited number of have a free press and radio is that neither side is build
2. They want to conserve weap-
ons. Most of those are coming
from Russia, and Stalin appar-
ently has come to the conclusion
that there are better places In
the world to use them than In
Korea.
S. They want the western world
to disarm. Their hope Is that by
ending the Korean crisis they can
so with tongue In cheek. 8he win
attempt to get something In
writing that puts the war guilt on
the U.N.
There will be lots of talk about
other Issues, but in the end those
two points will be decisive. Mean-
time, both sides continue to wage
war and prepare for new fight-
ing. UN troops attacked yester-
day on the eastern front. Red
China continues to pour rein-
forcements south from Manchu-
ria. These things are happening
2, at iaenWg"enti: For the cmmlmlsVs TUthls: partly because neither side wants
[f ^"ib-le that the Korean War Any settlement must allow & show weakness at the start of
may not be over at all. It could Red China to save face.
break out all over again a week She will never formally admit.
or a month from now and this for instance, that Communist
But another consideration In
Ume H really would *V,ht to was VhV"agVresso7in-korea7 She the minds of the rivalI command-
the finish Each side has one will never admit her armies were ers Is that cease-fire negotia-
convVc"e-t"h United Nation, co- rock-bottom demand that some- defeated. She will accept no pen- tIons don t always succeed^ Nel-
KSMase: RiSffiri: SSSSSSrS S=t;
)
ier _
would like to stop the rearma-
ment of western Europe and
cave Gen. Dwight D Elsenhower
a general without an army. _
For the'United Nations It U demnlties to South Korea. She the negotiators are Jtalking today
th. DW will not enter Into any agree- under a flag of truce, won t be a
There mast not only be a ment not to commit aggression bloody battleground on some near
cease-fire, but there must be again, or if she does, she will do tomorrow.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
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HIGH FLYING GREYHOUNDS OPEN CUBA'S FIRST TRACK Six hundred airborne Rrey-
hounds travel from Miami. Fla., to Havana, Cuba, aboard Pan American World Airways car-
go Clippers to open Cuba's first don racing track. The fleet speedsters travel minus the
usual shipping crates. Instead thev are muzzled and leashed in each plane cabin. One
hundred dogs are carried in a Clipper. The new Havana track, built, at a cost of a million
dollars to accommodate 20.000 spectators, plans to operate for 150 days during its first season.
Argentine Ambassador to Panama
En Route to Conferences
The Argentine Ambassador to
Panama. Julio A. Polez Muniz left
yesterday for Miami en route to
Washington. D.C.. where he will
attend several conferences.
Flying Sumer College
Due in Panama
A party of students from Lafa-
yette College in Pennsylvania,
leaves Miami by Pan American
World Airways Monday, for Pan-
ama on the first leg of a five-
week tour which will also take
them to Peru, Chile. Argentina.
Brazil. Uruguay. Trinidad and
Puerto Rico.
Known as "The Flying Summer
College," the tour is under the
direction of Dr. J. Harold Tarbell,
a member of the Lafayette facul-
ty. The trip is the first the col-
lege has sponsored to Latin Ame-
rica. Heretofore, summer tours
have been to Europe. Africa and
the Far East.
Credit is given the students for
their economic, sociological and
geographical studies on the trip.
Grace Line and Delta Line Offer
Tour
According to the June 25 issue
of Pacific Shipper." the Grace
Line and Mississippi Shipping
Company, operators of Delta
Line, have entered into a round-
South America agreement where-
by passengers may use the serv-
ices of both and be accorded
| round trip reductions.
The pact permits travelers from
the Pacific Coast to go to South
America via Delta Line from New
Orleans and return via Grace
Line's North Pacific services, or
vice versa, according to D. N.
Llllevand. Grace Line vice-pres-
ident for Pacific Coast opera-
tions.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Gjreat WhitsUfett
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New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Telde.......................................July 8
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Julv 9
S.S. Chiriqui .......,............................July 13
S.S. Fiador Knot................................July 23
(Handllnt rMirralrd ChUlril and General Carga)
New York Freight Service
Arrives
Cristobal
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................July 10.
. S.S. Cape Ann ..................................July 14,
Weekly Sailing* to New York. Loa Angele*. San (ranetan. Seattle
Occasional Sailings to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers In this service are limited to livelie passengers)
Frequent r'reight Sailings from Cristobal to West Coast Central America
Cristbal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, (iuatetnala
Sails
Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui......(Passenger Service Only)......July 10
S.S. Chiriqui ..................................July 24
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FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S.
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"SANTA
"SANTA
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MARIA" ............Due
Cristbal, Julv 11th
Cristbal, July 18th
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PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2055b 055? Balboa 1507 215
'Panama' Carrving
148 Northbound
Henry L. Donovan. Community
Services Director, is one of the
148 passengers who will leave the
Isthmus Friday on the SB. Pan-
ama, according to the- advance
passenger list from the Panama
Line offices as follows:
James F. Ahearn; Mrs. Esther
A. Akers and five children; Justo
Arosemena and son; Miss Marion
Bach; Mrs. Fred H. Baehr; Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Barca. Jr.;
Miss Margaret K. Barker; W. M.
Beall; Richard J. Beck; Mrs. Jane
Bontecou; Miss Ramona Bresna-
hWF, Valley F. Blight; and Lt.
Col. and Mrs, William C. Burry
tid 3 childrn; Harry F. Butz.
Dr. E. Lewis Cannon. Pfc. Rob-
ert E. Capron; Miss Mary Clark:
Jack Cohen; Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert B. Collins and daughter;
Mrs- Elizabeth Conn; James J.
Connors; Amasa B. Converse; Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Freeman Cook;
Burton E. Davis; Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel J. Deavours; Mrs. Isabel
S. Delong and son; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry L. Donovan and daughter:
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan.
Jr. and 2 children.
Miss Carole Ely: Mrs. Emma
A. Emery; Mrs. Lois H. Flt2;
James M. Ford; Miss Dolores
Garcia; Mr. and Mrs. Albert E.
Goguen and 3 children; Mr. and
Mrs. Jerry Golden; Maurice
Grill; Mrs. Mary Jean Harris
and son; David Henderson: Mrs.
Bernice A. Hill; Mr. and Mrs.
Roger M. Howe and daughter;
and Mrs. Marguerite W. Hynson.
Edwin C. Jones; Sgt. and Mrs.
MlkeKlnnlck; Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Kaplan; Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Lipskl; Mrs. Virginia Lutz and
son: Miss Jean A. McDonald: Ce-
cil J. Mathias; Mr. and Mrs.
Norbert H. McCauley and 2 chil-
dren; Miss Aileen McKenney;
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Middle-
brook and 2 children: Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Miller; Miss Ann
Montgomery: and Mr. and Mrs.
DeWitt E. Myers.
Miss Greta Navarro; Miss Bes-
sie Nelkin: Miss Manuelita Oiler:
Mr. and Mrs. Felix M. Ong; and
Mr. and Mrs. Leigh C. Paulson
and 3 children; Mr. and Mrs.
James P. Peterson; and Mr. and
Mrs. Golden O. Plumley and
daughter; and Miss Betty Poole.
Miss Sandra Roehner; Mrs.
Jeanne Rosasco. James Russo;
Miss Dinah Sasso: Miss Mary L.
Shu Id t: Samuel Schwartz; Mrs.
Sara Selee; Jack F. Simmons;
Dr. and Mrs. Jack I. Smith: Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Stockton;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Stone
and daughter; and Miss Carmen
Strathford.
Miss Louise Takvorian: Mr
and Mr.*. Raymond A. Terry:
Jr.ir.es G. I Trimble: Eugene B.
Waligorski; ASI Lawrence J.
In last year's Greater New York
the pair championship was woii
by Jules Tilles and Robert Abeles.
I well known Bronx experts. One
| of the hands that helped them
win is shown today.
Souths opening bid of one no-
' trump was slightly unorthodox
Most experts avoid such a bid
with two suits unstopped. Never-
theless, the bid was a reasonable
description of the South hand,
and the linal contract of three
no-trump was certainly normal
enough.
Abeles, holding the West cards,
opened the six of spades. Declar-
er naturally played low from the
dummy, and Tilles won with the
queen. When South dropped the
eight of spades lt was fairly clear
that there was little nourishment
in the spade suit.
Having decided to abandon the
spades. Tilles still had to choose
the most judicious shift. After
some thought he decided to lead
the seven of hearts.
This was a dangerous play in a
! match-point game. South mlgli.
have a weird no-trump, based o.
a long minor suit. In that cati
declarer might already have nine
tricks, and the king of heart
would give him an extra trick.
The risk seemed a good one I
Tilles, especially since he kne
that the actual South, player was
usually conservative. As it turn
ed out, the shift to a low hear
defeated the contract,
j. f *. .
Declarer could take one hear!
and his seven tricks in the minor
suits (if he chose to do so) but
he had no play for nine trick
wlthoaut leading a spade. This
gave Abeles the chance to hop
right up with the ace of spades
and return his remaining heart.
Now Tilles was In position to set
the contract with the rest of the
heart suit.
Day Of Recollection
Set At St. Terese's
Father Doyle, the parish priest,
at St. Therese's Church. La Boca,
anounces that the members of
the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality
of the Churches of St. Mary's
Mission are having a Dav of Re-
collection on Thursday afternoon
from one to four p.m.
The 8odallsts extend a cordial
Invitation to join with them In
making the spiritual exercises of
the Retreat. The invitation Is ex-
tended to all ladies. Catholic and
Non-Catholic who are over six-
teen years of age. Father Doyle
will conduct the retreat exercis-
es.
The Retreat schedule Is as fol-
lows: New Testament and Iml-
I tatlon of Christ. Spiritual Read-
1 ing. 2 hour. Rosary. Spirit'in 1
I Conference, Holy Hour, Benedic-
tion and Dismissal.
Cunningham Will Speak
At Rotary Tomorrow
Joseph Cunningham, manager
of Hotel El Panama, will be the
speaker at tomorrow's meeting of
'. the Panama Rotary Club at the
, hotel at 12:15 p.m. This will be
. the first meeting under the new-
' I y installed officers for the com-
iing vear.
Walsh; Leon M Warren and son;
Roland Watson; Mrs. Betty J.
Wergin; Mr. and Mrs. Tracy P.
i White and 2 children; Sgt. Don-'
| aid Williams; Miss Ardis M.
Willoughby; Lt. Col. Donald B.
Wilson and wife and 2 children;
'and Miss Olga H. Camacho.
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WEDNESDAY. JTTI.T IV 1M1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN rmnrFENDENT DAILY NEW8PA
PACE THRKfT
Govt. Seeks To Quadruple Reds'
Bonds After Buddies Jump Bail
By H. D. QUIGG
NEW YORK, July 11 (UP) The government asked
a Federal Court yesterday to increase from $185,000 to
$876,000 the bail of 16 of the 17 "second echelon" U. S.
Communist leaders charged with conspiring to teach viol-
ent overthrow of the Government.
The request was contained in motions which also ask-
ed that the new bail be posted by parties other than the
leftwing Civil Rights Congress, which put up the present
bail and which provided bail for four convicted first string
Communists who skipped out when they were ordered to
All 17 defendants were directed to appear in court
today with their attorneys. They and four other "second
string" Red officials who have not been apprehended were
indicted June 20. i
Bovine Breed >
Antwer to Prtviou Puzzle
One Government motion speci-
fically called for revocation of
the bail of 15 of the defendants.
That bail was posted by the Civil
Rights Congress, The second mo-
tion called for the Increases in
bail for 16 defendants.
Two of the 17 were omitted
from the revoking motion be-
cause the CRC did not- provide
their ball. They were Marion
Bachrach. whose $10,000 bail was
Sosted by her mother and Jacob
Undel, whose $5,000 bail was
posted personally by Field. The
government sought to Increase
the ball of those two to $50,000
each in the second motion, how-
ever.
In the move to Increase bail,
the Government asked that bond
for 13 defendants be set at $50,-
000 each and three defendants at
$75,000 each.
The three highest were Alex-
ander Bittleman. Claudia Jones
and Betty Gannett who are In-
volved In deportation action.
The Government did not ask
an increase In the $1,000 ball of
Israel .Amter, who is suffering
from cerebral palsy. In petition-
ing for a bail increase, the U.S.
Attorney's office cited the bail
skipping of the four convicted
Communist leaders.
The Civil Rights Congress bail
fund had provided ball for most
of the Communists first and se-
cond string leaders. Three of the
ball fund trustees Millionaire
Frederick Vanderbilt Field, mys-
tery writer Dashlell Hammett and
Dr. W. Alphaeus Hunton have
been convicted of criminal con-
tempt of court for failing; to an-
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swer questions about the fund.
Hammett and Hunton are in
jail on sentences of six months
each, Field, sentenced to 90 days
in jail. Is free on $10,000 bond.
The Government contended
that to allow the 16 Communists
for whom it asked Increased bail
"to remain at large on such whol-
ly Insufficient bail would be a
disregard of ordinary caution
and common sense."
Bondsman Field
Hailed Before
Security Group
WASHINGTON, July 11 Chairman Pat McCarran, D.,
Nev., announced today that the
Senate Internal Security Com-
mittee has subpoenaed Frederick
Vanderbilt Field and all his bank
accounts in an effort to find out
how he raised bail for four miss-
ing Communist leaders.
McCarran also announced that
the subcommittee has subpoena-
ed Owen Lattlmore, Johns Hop-
kins University professor and Far
Eastern expert, to testify later
this week. But he said there is no
connection between the two sub-
poenaes.
McCarran said Field, wealthy
financial angel for left-wing
causes, has been ordered before
the subcommittee tomorrow. He
said Field will be questioned be-
hind closed doors.
"We want to know all about his
activitieswhere he got the
money for these Communist lead-
ers and all that," McCarran tpld
newsmen.
Field was sentenced to jail
contempt because he refused ,
answer questions in New Yorl
Federal Court on ball posted for
11 Communists convicted for vio-
lating the Smith Act's ban on
conspiracy to advocate the vio-
lent overthrow of the govern-
ment. Field, now at liberty on
$10,000 bail, was quizzed by the
court after four of the 11 Com-
munists failed to show up to serve
their sentences.
McCarran said In announcing
the Lattlmore subpoena that his
committee wants to question the
professor "about another matter
entirely."
Lattlmore was accused by Sen.
Joseph R. McCarthy, R., Wls., of
being a Soviet agent In America.
McCarthy made the charge in
connection with a campaign
against the State Department,
which he said was infested with
Communists.
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BROWNIES OF THE ATLANTIC SIDE have been camping at
Gatun since June 20. Respect for their flag Is one of the
manv things taught the youngsters. Here the Brownies sa-
lute the flag- Color guard are, left to right: Louise Ailgaler,
Patricia Lawson, Nancy Gibson, and Gladys Nieves.
(Official U.S. Army Photo)
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Try This Easy Way Tonight
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anil get a small jar o( Kozene Oim
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action ia imply amazing and failure
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there's nothing better. On sale wher-
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GREAT FIESTA IN TABOGA
this coming weekend.
Don't miss the opportunity of seeing the Island at its best.
There will be great doings in celebration of Taboga's pa-
tron Saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
Visitors are invited to join in the aquacade, merry-
making, tombolas and dancing.
The HOTEL PARASO LA RESTINGA is prepared to offer
careful attention to its numerous guests.
SPECIAL LAUNCH SERVICE
SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
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7:30 a.m.
8:00 n
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2:09 p.m.
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CHICAGO. July 11 (UP)
*Three Brink's money guards
were in line lor rewards today tor
killing two bandits and routing
a third whft tried to rob them of
at least $50,000.
Brink's has a standing offer of
$1.000 to each employe who kills
a bandit in line of duty. A com-
pany official said today that the
reward might be Increased to elve
each of the three guards $1,000.
Hoodlums Rocco (Lucky) Bel-
castro. 36. and Frank Plazaa. 40.
were slain yesterday when they
tried to invade a Brink's armored
car at a Bowman Dairy Co. plant
on the northwest side. Both were
notorious gunmen.
The hero of the g-unfight was
guard Julius Blanchart. 25. who
has worked for Brink's only three
months. He was slugged on the
forehead by Belcastro who used
a sawed off shotgun as a club
when it Jammed as he tried to
shoot Blanchart.
Blanchart had driven the ar-
mored truck up a 125rfoot ramp
to a second floor garage at" the
dairy plant, then waited while
his partners, guards Emmet
Ebert. 27 and Ted Kobyllnskl. 34.
went to the office to pick up
Bowman's receipts of at least
$50.000.
Suddenly he saw Belcastro and
Piazza approach with a third
man and became suspicious when
he noticed they wore gloves, caps
and meat cutlers' smocks.
When Blanchart saw one of
them adjust a mask over his
eyes he pulled his .38 caliber pis-
tol.
Belcastro attempted to shoot
the guard with a sawed-off shot-
gun he pulled from beneath his
smock, but the gun Jammed and
he swung the stock against Blan-
chart's head. Blanchart felled
him with a shot- through the
heart, then fired a shot at Piaz-
za.
Kobyllnskl and Ebert heard
the shooting and raced back, ar-
riving just as Piazza, hit by Blan-
chart's second bullet, stumbled
over a concrete block. They each
pumped a slug Into him and Pi-
azza fell dead.
The third bandit ran down the
ramp as the guards fired after
him. He apparently escaped In a
souped-up 1937 model car seen
earlier outside the plant. The car
may have been driven by a fourth
member of the gang, officers said.
Two In (Z Court
Plead Not Guilty
On Morals Charges
Two pleas of not guilty were
entered in the US. District Court
this morning. Alfred Cornelius
Lenon, 30-year-old Panamanian
charged with transportation of
females for Immoral purposes,
pleaded not guilty and a Jury
trial was set for Aug. 28.
Lenon had allegedly picked up
two Panamanian girls, aged 13
and 15, on Mar. 12 and taken
them to an assignation with sev-
eral men. When this charge was
reported to police, Lenon was al-
ready serving a Jail sentence for
having marijuana in his posses-
sion.
Oscar Allan Walcott. Panama-
nian resident of La Boca also
pleaded not guilty to a charge of
lewd and lascivious conduct with
i a five-year-old girl. Trial was set
\ for Friday.
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PAGE FOUR
TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NCW8PAPI
WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, MSI
National League Outslugs American For 8-3 Win
Local Savant Knew Turpln Would*
Win iut He Was Just Too Sure
The complete confidence displayed by Baling Brath-
waite in Randolph Turpln's ability to defeat the Teat
Sugar Ray Robinson in yesterday's London tlUe bout
aroused the suspicion of several bettors who lost money
to Brathwaite on the outcome of the fight.
At around 8 p.m. Brathwaite started accepting bets
on Turpln at even money. He eren placed several bets
on credit. In all, Brathwaite made four bets totalling
$30.
When the stunning news came of Turpln's upset vic-
tory, the four losers got suspicious especially after
considering that Balino took the bets at even money
when the London odds favored Robinson at almost 4-to-l.
Their Investigation was fruitful and they found out
that Brathwaite had been able to pick up the London
broadcast of the bout. The fight was held at 9 p.m.
London time which was 4 p.m. Panama time. This prov-
ed that when the bets were made the fight had already
been over for an hour.
The Night Police Court judge, who handled the com-
plaint filed by the four losen, ordered the bets refunded.
Turpin Wins Middleweight
Crown In Stunning Upset
Over Sugar Ray Robinson
BY ROBERT MLSEL
United Press Sports Writer
LONDON, July 11 In one of
the ring's most stunning upsets,
brown-skinned Randolph Turpln
of England last night hammered
out a 15-round decision over Su-
gar Ray Robinson of New York to
become the first Brltlsh-born
middleweight champion since
Bob Fltzsimmons in 1891.
Robinson, attempting the first
stense of his 160-pound crown,
suffered the second defeat of his
remarkable career of 128 profes-
sional fights.
Turpin. slightly shorter arid
more muscular than the slender
New York Negro, had Robinson
so completely defeated In the
closing rounds that the blood-
smeared Ray was staggering
about the ring.
Robinson was bleeding pro-
lusely from a gashed left brow
GUN CLUB
NOTES
There will be another Skeet
(team shoot this coming Saturday
afternoon between teams repre-
, aenting the Balboa Gun Club and
the Port Kobbe shooter. This
.ywill be a 100-target shoot.
The Fort Kobbe team lost the
last shoot by fourteen points.
Wow that Spencer. Brqwn, Boyd.
Christie and Almstead. who last
Saturday broke 45 out of fifty
doubles to win the trap shoot,
and who were all in the top ten
In the recent .410. gauge shoot are
In the Ouava, or groove. It looks
as if the Balboa team will have to
break a lot more targets than
they did in the last team shoot,
to win this contest.
Each team can have as many
rters as they wish; but only
five high scorers make the
earns.
TA11 Balboa members who shoot
et are. Invited to take part In
shoot.
he team entry will be one dol-
lar per entry with the winning
team taking all the purse:
The other purse which Colonel
Christie and Bill Cunningham
date working on. Is to be divided as
they think best. The entry for
this, remains a deep secret: but
we expect it will be divided via
the Lewis Systemwe hope.
jjhootlng will start at 1 p.m. in-
stead of two o'clock as on other
Saturdays.
that he had suffered in a head
collision in the seventh round.
The Britishers most effective
weapon against the New York
champion was a straight left jab.
Turpln kept Sugar Ray off bal-
ance with his left and then cross-
ed over hard rights to the head
and body. His seemingly superior
strength also bothered Robinson
who fought in flurries.
Turpin23 years old and
fighting professionally since 1946
led from the opening bell. In
the 13th round, when It became
obvious the battered Robinson
would need a kayo to win, Sugar
Ray's sister burst into tears at
ringside.
The fight drew a capacity
crowd of 18,000 at Earls Court in
London. The crowd cheered Tur-
pin all through the bout and oc-
casionally Jeered the American
when he missed either with his
left or right. That was one of the
big reasons for Robinson's lots,
his poor timing.
Graziano Scores
Questionable KO
KANSAS CITY, Mo., July 11
(IT)In a bout labeled by the
referee as "shameful and detri-
mental to boxing" Cecil Hud-
son, veteran Negro middle-
weight, was knocked out by
Rocky Gratiano of Brooklyn in
1.-12 of the third round.
The crowd booed loudly as
Hudson, a pitiful performer at
the finish, took the count flop-
ping his legt In an apparently
artificial effort to regain his
feet.
Sania Cruz Sports
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MONTU'ELLO LEAGUE OPEN-
ER SET FOR SUNDAY
The Montlcello Club has set
aside Sunday, July 15. for their
league opener. Five teams will be
featured In the opening ceremo-
nies which are scheduled for 6:30
p.m.
All five teams. Deportivo Max.
BAM, Jr., Tanner Shoe & Cloth-
ing, Duco Wilson and C. Y. O.
should be at the Santa Cruz Oym
at 6:00 p.m.
At 7:00 p.m. Deportivo Max
will confront BAM, Jr. in the
opening tilt. At the end of this
game Tanner 8hoe & Clothing
will face Duco Wilson to end the
night's activities.
The umpires who will referee
Sunday's games include Robert
Blades, Harold Joseph and Leon
Eastmond. Scorers for the league
are Robert Blades and Gilberto
Thome. Timer, Donald Duck"
Good.
Secretary treasurer Mathew
Mason says that the Montlcello
Club will sponsor another bas-
ketball league next year...pro-
viding that the participation and
general behavior displayed this
year are up to par. He did not say
what the club averaged as par,
but he hinted that there's a lot
to be expected of the players and
managers. He also mentioned
that the league will have several
Paraso games scheduled no mat i
ter, he says, who is scheduled to
play on that night. So. it appears |
that Paraso fans may be treated
to the rare occurrence of seelna
four out-of-town teams engaged
in fierce competition ai Paraso
Gymnasium.
The word Is going around that
the Monticello Club plans to send
Mussa to Puerto Rico to take a
course in business administration.
This will probably lead to more
sport activities being sponsored
by the Monticello Club.
Marciano Comes Out
To Punch It Out With
BY HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor
Of Mothballs
Proven Layne
NEW YORK, July 11
Just where Roco Marciano be-
longs in the heavyweight picture
will be determined in the Madi-
son Square Garden battlepit, to-
morrow.
Rex Layne, the young para-
trooper out of Lewiaton, Utah,
doesn't fool.
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Because this is a battle of
punchers, an entirely new deal in
new faces, the 10-round match,
televised only to several theaters,
outside New York, figures to do
near capacity. That would mean
close to 18,000 and something
more than $150.000 at from $4 to
$20. The bout will not be broad-
cast.
It's refreshing to get away from
Senior Championships.
Layne is likely to be an 8-7-to-5
favorite, but in the opinion of
many the price should be shorter
than that. Indeed, not a few be-
lieve that Brockton. Mass.. Mar-
ciano's old home town, will have
to turn out many pairs of shoes
to get even after Layne finishes
with the local pride.
ROCKY KAYOEO NOBODIES
Layne is the choice here and
elsewhere because the Army de-
velopment has been brought
along commensurate with his
ability. The rosy-cheeked, square-
ly built chap has proved himself.
Comparatively speaking, Mar-
ciano has been kept in mothballs.
Matchmaker Al Weill says this
was because of a lawsuit, just de-
cided in the former shoe factory
employe's favor, wherein his
former manager asked $20,624.
The fact remains that 26 of
Marclano's 35 fights have been
against magnificent nobodies in
Providence.
Roland LaStarza alone tested
MarcianoreaLname Rocco Mar-
chiglanoat the Garden. March
24, 1850. Marciano had LaStarza
on the deck, but the rather smart
Bronx heavyweight got the vote
of one Judge.
What the smart boys don't like
about Marciano Is his last two
outings against blokes named Art
Henri and Red ApplegateIn
Providence, of course The latter
went the scheduled 10. In these
two appointments, some close ob-
servers saw Marciano disinte-
grating before getting his first
big chance.
Others are hesitant about
throwing out a puncher, how-
ever, remembering the right-
hand wallops of Marciano putting
Carmine Vingo In a hospital near
death after a sixth round knock-
out at the Garden. Dec. 30, 1949.
Layne'a record Is much more
impressive, however, starting
with his thorough clubbing of
Jersey Joe Walcott, Nov. 24, 1950.
Such is the strange matchmak-
ing today that as a reward for
this, Layne drew Cesar Brion at
the Garden, while Old Man Wal-
cott gets his fifth crack at the
championship in a third match
with Ezzard Charles in Pitts-
burgh. July 18.
Layne won clearly from Brion
in a frightful thing in which
neither was hurt, and then
climbed off the floor to club Bob
Satterfleld into submission.
Layne has knocked out 24 of 37,
Marciano 30 of 35. Layne will
weigh slightly more than 190,
Marciano only five pounds less.
Layne at 5 feet 11% is the frac-
tion taller.
Another point in Layne's favor
Is his youth and strength. At 23.
he's at least four years younger
than Marciano, and some who
know the latter well say he's
closer to 30 than 27 Both have
been cut above the eyes.
Neither Rex Layne nor Rocky
Marciano know anything more
about scientific boxing than Yogi
Berra, but they catch Just as well
and both can pitch.
Set 'em up in the other alley.
Coln Commission
Approves July 22
Green-Pico Bout
The Colon Boxing Commission
Monday night approved the prog-
ram presented by Promotor Sa-
labarria for July 22 which fea-
tures a ten-round 118-pound bat-
tle between Panama Bantam-
weight Champion Baby Oreen
and Cuban Flyweight Champion
Black Pico.
The card "also Includes two
six rounders and a four-round
preliminary. The main semifinal
lists Steven Bennett against
Sylvester Wallace at a 126-
pound limit.
The other semifinal pits Batt-
ling Escudero against Leslie
Thompson at 120 pounds.
The preliminary will be be-
tween Melvln Bourne and Al
8tewart at a 120-llmlt also.
The program will be held at
the Colon Arena.
Rocky Marciano,
IN THIS CORNER Rocky Marciano, left, plans to check Rex
Layne's drive toward the heavyweight championship in a 10-
round slugging match at Madison Square Garden, July 12.
Lincoln Life Beats Royal Crown
While Albrook Swamps Mauricio
In Pacific Side Basketball Loop
LEAGl'E STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Albrook........ti 1 .817
Roval Crown .. ..'4 S .571
Lincoln Life......3 4 .418
Mauricio........1 f .14$
The Lincoln Life Insurance
team fought an uphill battle Sun-
day night to defeat the Royal
Crown squad In the feature game
of a doubleheader played at the
Balboa Gymnasium. This was the
third consecutive defeat for the
Sodamen, who had started the
season as though they would
sweep through all opposition, but
it took a last minute spurt, clim-
axed by Jim Brady's field goal
and free throw to give the Insu-
rancemen their victory.
Lincoln Life started strong and
held a three-point lead at the
end of the first period, but spark-
ed by Julio Arosemena's four field
goals, the Sodamen tallied 18
points while holding the Lincoln
Life team to a mere three points
in the second quarter and start-
ed the second half with a 12-point
margin, which Lincoln Life man-
aged to cut to 10 points by the
start of the final period.
Each team scored twice in the
first few minutes of play and
then a couple of quick goals put
the Lincoln Life team back into
the game and then a goal by
Downing and one by Kourany put
them only two points behind and
set the stage for Brady's tying
basket with less than a minute
and a half to play. Brady was
fouled on the shot and dropped
in the free throw to put the Lin-
coln Life team ahead and they
fought off the Sodamen's closing
threat to come out on top by a
single point.
Wally Trout scored 14 points to
6ace the winners, followed by Jim
rady with 13 and George Down-
ing with 11. For the losers. Aros-
emena's 19 points were high while
Banned accounted for 12 of the
losing team's total.
In the second game, the Al-
brook Flyers added to their lead
as they easily defeated the hap-
less Mauricio squad to the tune of
74 to 40. The Flyers started strong
and built up a 16-point lead in
the first quarter and coasted
from then on as the Mauricio
defense was powerless to stop the
Flyers.
Parsell maintained his high
scoring average as he accounted
for 26 points and but for missing
10 of 12 free throws could have
easily tallied thirty points. Lee
and Coycault of the Flyers scored
16 and 13 points respectively,
while for Mauricio. Olhoeft with
14 paints and Luft with 11 were
high scorers.
The box scores:
FIRST GAME
Lincoln Life FG FT TP
Downing. ..... .7 1 1 11
Kourany. E..... 0 0 0
Pincus........ 0 0 0
Brady........ 5 3 13
Gibson........ 2 2 6
Wilson........ 1 1 3
Trout.......... 6 2 14
Kourany. 0..... 2 0 4
McArthur, G..... 2 0 4
McArthur, E..... 0 0 0
Totals.........23 9 .55
Royal Crown
Capalbo.....
Phillips........ 1
Banuccl........ 5
Arosemena...... 9
Santos........ 1
Fong......... 0
Sonell........ 4
FG FT TP
3 2 8
1
.
1
1
0
1
I
12
19
I
0
'9
Totals.........23 8 94
Score By Quarter*
Lincoln Life 16 19 37 55
Royal Crown 13 31 47 54
SECOND GAME
Albrook FG FT TP
Lee.......... 7 2 16
Danlelson...... 2
Coycault....... 6
Ulshaffer...... 2
Parse........12
Fraser......... 1
Sclafanl........ 1
DeWitt........ 0
Ingram........ 3
Muto.......... 0
Bonta......... 0
5
13
4
26
2
2
8
6
0
0
Totals..........34 6 74
Mauricio FG FT 7 0 0 1 0 0 0 TP 11
0 8 0 1
Olhoeft...... Hilzlnger .. .. ,, 7 .. 0 .. 2 14 0 4
Totals.........16 9 40
Score By Quarters
Albrook 23 35 59 74
Mauricio 7 16 25 40
Referees: Herndon and Mc-
Grath. Timer: Baldwin. Scorer:
LeBrun.
CANADIAN WHISKY

Scif**
Little League
LOCAL RATE
Final First Half-Season
Standing!
TEAMS' Won Lost Pet.
I fill La Bocana. .. '7 1 .$75
Twin City Rookies. $ .M7
ergu Coba..... 2 $ .250
t relio Gamhoans 2 7 .222
n final game, Ifill La Bocans
drew with Fergus Cubs, $-.
LEADING BATSMEN
AB H
arl Best (I).. ..
.<. Jimnez (TO
Carlos Caddie (I)
H. Holder (TC) ..
R. Samuels (TO.
Ivan Lord (Ik
C. Griffith (F)..
: D. Jolly (F)......23
R. Pate (I)......26
L. Blades (TC) .. .. 27
Leroy Will (I) .. ..27
22
?*
15
24
18
31'
24
Pet.
.636
.500
.467
.458
.444
.419
.417
.391
.382
.370
.370
A. Howell i Fi .... 29 10 .345
O. Payne (I)......18 6 .333
A. Brown (F).....25 8 .320
W. St. Louis (F) .. 21 6 .286
A. Titus (TC).....18 5 .272
W.Forde (F)......26 7 .269
R. Mollnar (TC). ..20 5 .250
H. Warren (MG) ..25 6 .240
R. Brown (It.....27 6 .222
Most Hits: E: Beit (I), 14; I.
Lord (11,13; R. Jimnez (TCh 12.
Most Doubles: R.Jimnez (TC),
8; A. Howell (F), 3.
Most Triples: R. Jimnez (TC),
1; E. Best (I), 1.
Most Home Rum: C. Griffith
(F), 2; Walter St. Louis (F), 2.
Most Runs Scored: A. Titus
(TC), 10; H. Holder (TC), 9.
Most RBI's: E. Beit (I), 9; W.
St. Louis iFi, 8.
Most Bases on Balls: A. Titus
(TO. H. Gilllngs tTO, C. Bax-
ter (MGi, 8 each.
Most Strikeout: W. 3t. Louis
(F), 12; W. Forde tri.S; G. Mor-
eno (TO, 8.
Most Sacrifice Hits: R. Jimnez
(TC), C. Baxter (MG), 2 each.
Most Stolen Bases: Ivan Lord
(I), 17; R. Jimnez tTO, 17.
Power Hitting Features
18th All-Star Contest
By JED SAINSBU*Y ,
United Press Sports Writtr
DETROIT, July 11 The Notional Leagues' greate*
sluggers ourblasred the American League's top stars s
a battle of home runs yesterday to win the 18th annuc*>
All Star game 8 to 3.
Contrary to the pre-gamej
handbills, it was the hitting and
not the pitching that decided the
game before 52,075 fans, who paid
a net gate of $124,29407 into the
Players' Penilon Fund. |
And the National League
downtrodden before the on-
slaught of the greatest American
League hitters In 17 previous
ames, never trailed after Stan
LEADING PITCHERS
Won Lost Pet.
Robert Pate (I) ..6 0 1.000
G. Tlmllng iTO... 2 0 1.000
O. Maynard (TO.. 1 0 1.000
A. Watson (I).. .. 1 0 1.000
R.Jimnez iTO .. 3 1 .750
J.Allen iMG' .... 2 1 .667
K. Sinclair (F). ..2 2 .SCO
C. Garnett (TC) .. 1 1 .500
fifc
'"W
American League
TEAMS Won Loot Pet.
Chicago........4$ St .621
Boston.........47 29 .18
New York......45 29 Ml
Cleveland......44 32 .57
Detroit........$4 3$ .472
Washington.....31 44 1.413
Philadelphia .... 29 46 .$$7
St. Louis........22 52 .247
TODAY'S GAMES
OPEN DATE.
National League
TEAMS
Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn.......50 24
New York......4$ 3$
St. Louis........40 35
Cincinnati.......36 3$
Philadelphia .... 35 41
Boston.........34 4*
Chicago........3B JJ
Pittsburgh......31. 44
TODAY'S GAMES
OPEN DATE.
ese
.544
.533
.486
.461
.459
.485
.413
Moat Wins: Robert Pate (1), 6;
R. Jimnez (TO. 3.
Most Losses: Karl Sinclair (F),
E. Scott (MO), A. Bowen (F), H.
Warren Most Games Appeared In:
Robert Pate (I), 7; R. Jimnez
(TO,!.
Most Innings Pitched: Robert
Pate tli, 311-8; A. Bowen (F),
25 1-3.
Most Complete Games: R.Jim-
nez. R. Pate, K. Sinclair, J. Al-
len. 3 each.
Playground Sports
GAMBOA "E" LEAGCE WINS
OVER COCOLI. 38-2S
An undefeated Gamboa "E"
League basketball team conti-
nued their winning ways last
Saturday by winning over the
Cocoli boys, 40 to 26, The game
was well played as the, score was
a 17-point tie at half-time. Led
by Morris and Peterson, the
Oamboans pulled away to hold a
fourteen point advantage at the
final whistle.
Both teams played tight bas-
ketball through the first two
quarters matching point for
point. Each team had a deter-
mined spirit to win as the game
went into the second half. The
little fellows from Cocoli were out
to stop the unbeaten Gamboa
boys and also win their first
game.
The big scorers for Gamboa
ere Peterson with sixteen points
and Morris with fifteen. The Co-
coll scoring was evenly distribut-
ed with Kirkland leading his
teammates with nine points. The
teamwork shown by both teams
was good as the boys become ac-
customed to their own court,
which is cut down from the reg-
ular size.
The box score:
Gambo
ITS A CALENDAR
ITS
SELF- WINDING,
Lament
T. Morris, f ..
E. Blakely, f. ..
J. Crawford, f..
W. BeardaU, f..
J. Peterson, c.
R. Maxon, g ..
R. Winberg, g,.
G. Crawford, g.
FG FT TP
7
0
2
0
6
U
D
o
J. Siete, g...... 1
15
0
6
0
16
0
0
0
3
Totals.........16
8 40
Cocoli
J. Harstad. f ..
B. Barnes,!...... 2
L. Kirkland. c. .. 4
B. Kielhofer, g. .. l
V. Colon, g...... 0
J. Jamenz, g .. .. 0
C. Taylor, g .. .. 0
FG FT TP
S 1 7
2
1
2
0

0
Totals.........10 6 26
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"The Man" Mutual, the league's
leading hitter from St. Louis,
scorched a 335-foot homer into
the upper deck in right field on
the first pitch thrown to him in
the fourth inning by the Yan-
kee's southpaw, Eddie Lopat.
That blow paced the National
Leaguers to their sixth victory in
the mid-summer classic. The
American has won 12 of the
games.
It was the greatest slugging
bee in All-Star history. The
victorious Nationals belted four
home runs and the Americans
two to set a new record for
most four baggers in one game
and by one team in one game.
But even without these mighty
blows into the stands, which in
tente rf it Id Is 446 feet from the
plate, there were two triples
and two doubles in the record
books.
Two great pitching lobs were
turned In. one by the American
League's starter, Ned Garver, the
St. Louis Browns ace, and the
second by Brooklyn's Don New-
combe, who went the sixth, sev-
enth and eighth innings for the
Nationals.
Garver allowed only one hit,
and one unearned run during his
stint and Newcombe quelled the
American League bats with two
scratch hits. But before and af-
ter these two speedball artists
passed from the scene it was a
hitters paradise, and Lopat was
charged with the loss.
the^ouUTutTeVvVup'1! ITS WATERPROOF*
hits, two of them home runs, and
three runs. Musial, the lead off I
man, clipped his first pitch for a JT'C TffF
four bagger, and after Jackie ll ****-'
Robinson filed deep to center, Gil
Hodges singled. Then Boston's
Bob Elliott clouted the ball 355
feet Into the left field lower deck
for enough counters for the Na-
tional League win.
There was no need for master
minding by either manager, Cas-
ey Stengel of the Yankees for the
American League and Eddie Saw-
yer of the Phillies for the Na-
tional. The home run ball took
care of that.
Still one of the National Lea-
gue's leading hurlers, the New
York Giants' Sal Mag, was
credited with the win. Mage
went the third, fourth and fifth
Innings for the Nationals and he
gave up three hits and two runs.
Each of the counters was due to
a homer, a fourth Inning blast by
Vic Wertz of Detroit which soar-
ed Into the right field upper deck
at the 340-foot mark and a fifth
Inning blast by Detroit'* George
Kell which dropped into the left
field stands at the 345-foot
marker.
These weren't enough to pull
the junior circuit into even a
tie at that point and thereafter
Newcombe and Cincinnati's
lanky right hander, Ewell
Blackwell, who went the final
inning, kept the American Lea-
gue at bay.
But the same couldn't be said
for Detroit's Freddie Hutchlnson,
Boston's Mel Parnell or Cleve-
land's Bob Lemon, who saw ac-
tion on the mound for the Amer-
ican.
Hutchlnson was tagged for
three hits and three runs in three
Innings, giving up a walk to
Jackie Robinson of Brooklyn in
the sixth and serving up a home
run ball to Brooklyn's Gil Hodg-
es, the major league's leading
home run hitter this season im-
mediately thereafter. Hodges
f.lanted the pitch 355 feet dis-
ant. In the seventh Hutchlnson
was clipped for another marker
as Richie Ashburn walked, went
to second on Alvin Dark's single,
reached third on Stan Musais
ground ball to second, and scored
on Robinson's single.
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WEDNESDAY. JfJLY 11. 1951
Pacific Society
THE MNAMA AMERICAN AS INDEPENDENT DAIlf NEWSPAPER
PAGE nvs
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RECEPTION FOB NEWLY WEDS Mr. and Mrs. Lawrene
If^r above at the Elks Home, Balboa, following their
marriage at St. Marys Church last Friday evening Seated
^*"re the young couple, left to right, are Mrs Lawrence
Barca Y? Mr. Lawrence Barca Sr., parent of the groom,
d Mlas Anne Alleyne. who stood in the receiving line In
place of the brldes's mother, who resides in Chicago. Mrs
Barca. Jr.. is the former Shirley Anne Husur^ "daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Husum formerly of Dlab o. Mr. and
Mrs. Barca. Sr., are resident. of Margam^ ^
GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY TO BE CELEBRATED
TOMORROW BY MR. AND MRS. ORUXAC
Mr. and Mr. Julio Orillac (Evelina Alfaro) wlU receive
the congratulations of their many Mends tomorrow on tne
occasion of their fiftieth anniversary of their wojMInc.
In celebration of the event a mass will be held '
In La Merced Church, to which their relatives and friends
are Invited.
ren, J. E. Douglas, M. J. Takos, J.
D. Osborn, Joel Shrager, R. Sey-
forth, E. Smith, M. J. Smith, Q.
M. Stevenson, J. C. Bates, 8. H.
Belber, F. R. Carrlker, J. D. Bum-
merlin, T. O. Bouland, J. J. Casey,
M. T. Cenac, R. H. Boom, E. D.
Ehrman. E. A. Rose, M. C. Daven-
rrt, JM. Young, William Brown,
J. Baudry, F. R. Brown, H. C.
Peering, L. E. Fontaine, O. E. Hes-
ner, J. R. Hunt, W .F. Ouenfort,
E. Ooterberg, K. S. Wemmer, R.
H. Mitchell, Florins, Casper, Ja-
cobs, Thompson, Wussow, Ora-
ham, Verner, Shannon, Slgafoos,
R Thompson. Estelle Gray,
Lloyd, D. Olenlc, Celeste Lman
and Miss Peggy Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharp Honor
Aln. Zapp and Dr. Engel
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sharp
Save a dinner at their home In
ella Vista recently in honor of
Mrs. Natalie Goldstein Zapp and
Dr. Menfredo Engel, who are to
be married Sunday, July IS. Cov-
ers were laid for It.
Dinner for Col. and Mrs. Barry
Given by Col. and Mrs. Hesner
Colonel and Mrs. George E.
Hesner entertained 22 guests at
a dinner given last evening In the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoll in
honor of Colonel and Mrs. Wil-
liam Burry of Fort Clayton. Col-
onel and Mrs. Burry are leaving
Friday on the S.S. Panam for
their new post in Washington,
D. C.
Alemn, which will take place
Saturday.
Guests of
Dr. and Mrs Briscoe
Dr. and Mrs. C. DeWltt Briscoe'
of Bella Vista had as their guests
Monday Dr. Brlscoe's cousin, Mrs.
Gladys Brewer, and Mrs. D. Tay-
lor, both of Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs.
Brewer and Mrs. Taylor are
cruise passengers on the 8.8. Chl-
rlqul and were in panam only
one day.
HaraW^^r nw f
Colonel Robert R. Conner, Chief
of Staff of Caribbean Air Com-
mand, and Mrs. Conner, enter-
tained 160 guests at a cocktail
party given last evening from 6
to 8 at the Albrook Officers Mess.
Mrs. Eugene's Tea
Honors Miss Durkln
Entertaining for her house
guest. Miss Louise Durkln of Port
Chester. New York, Mrs. George
Eugene is Riving a tea this af-
ternoon at her apartment in Bal-
boa. Assisting the hostess are
Miss Mildred McMahon, Miss
Grace McDonald and Miss Alvina
Freeman.
Arrives For
Alemmn-Healv Wedding
Mario Carvajal arrived Monday
from Canada to join his wife who
Is visiting relatives in Panam.
They have come here to attend
the marriage of their niece. Miss
Maria Teresa Healy, and Roberto
Yesterday Miss Healy was hon-
ored at a tea and shower given
by Mrs. Ricardo Cucaln, Mrs.
Eduardo Cucaln and Miss Mar-
ltza Urlbe at the latter's home In
Bella Vista.
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Sprullle Braden,
Jr., who have been at Hotel El
Panam for the past week, left
yesterday for Perelra, Colombia.
Mr. Braden Is with the W. R.
Grace and Company.
After a visit of a month with
relatives in Panam, Eugene Els-
enmann left this morning for his
home in New York. Among the
parties given for Mr. Eisenmann
was a dinner at which Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Fldanque entertain-
ed Monday evening at their home
in Bella Vista. *
Mr. and Mrs. Moor*
Honored on Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Moore were
honored by their sons, daughters
and grandchildren Sunday at a
surprise party celebrating the
37th anniversary of their marri-
age. The party was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hern
in Ancon.
Guests from the United States
at the party were Mrs. Alice Hub-
bard and her son, Kim, of Bar-
tlesville, Oklahoma, who are
spending the summer with rela-
tives on the Isthmus. Mrs. Hub-
bard is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Moore.
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ALBROOK MASTER SERGEANT Joe Howard (center) retired
last week at Albrook Air Force Base after thirty one and a
half years service with the Armed Forces. He Is shown here
discussing his retirement plans with Colonel Philip D. Coates
(lefti, Albrook base commander and his squadron command-
er Major John C. Kelllher, commanding office of the 5700th
Maintenance and Supply Squadron.
(U.S. Air Force photo)
Mrs. Hartman Returning
From Colorado
Mrs. Louise Hartman of Pedro
Miguel la expected to return Sat-
urday from a trip to Colorado.
flub Meets
At Quarry Heights
The Offlcera Wives Club of
Quarry Heights held its monthly
coffee and business meeting this
morning at the Post Officers
Club.
Birthday Celebrations
Mrs. Guillermo de St. Malo
iMitzi Arias > was at home to her
friends yesterday at her residence
on the Sabanas, on the occasion
of her birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. George Arias en-
tertained a few of their friends
at cocktails at their home on Golf
Heights yesterday celebrating Mr.
Arias' birthday anniversary.
Anniversary Celebration
The anniversary of Fern Leaf
Chapter No. 4, OJ!B. was cele-
brated Monday evening with a
covered dish supper and a stated
meeting. More than 100 members
and guests were present. Mrs.
Helen Gardner, Worthy Matron,
invited past officers of the chap-
ter to exemplify the work on this
occasion.
Mrs. Florence Yard. Past Ma-
tron, presided as Matron, she was
assisted by Mrs. Bernlce Howard,
Mrs. Nellie Walsh, Mrs. Nera
Broun, Mrs. Helen Adler, Mrs.
Ethelyn Wood, Mrs. Grace Rea-
gan, Mrs. Grace Culp. Mrs. Letty
Schnake, Mrs. Eula Ewlng, Mrs.
Effie McGlade. Mrs. Dorothy
Hamltn. Mr. Ed Broun and Mr.
Oliver Culp.
Doctors Wives Luncheon
This Afternoon
The Doctors Wives Club held its
monthly luncheon today at the
Army and Navy Club. Fot Ama-
dor. Mrs. T. A. Arias, Mrs. A.
Chartrock, Mrs. J. B. Hampton
and Mrs. D. B.. Thornburgh were
the hostesses.
Among others present were the
Mesdames John E. Marshall, D.
A. Jutzy, C. H. Lesley, A. J. Grieco,
K. W. Jones, L. Lcland, J. G. Sev-
Sgt. Howard Accepts
Geodetic Survey Job
On AF Retirement
Master Sergeant Joe Howard,
United States Air Force of Terre
Haute, Indiana, assigned to the
0700th Maintenance and Supply
Squadron at Albrook Air Force
Base, retired last week after 30
and one half vears In the ser-
vice of the Armed Forces. Twen-
ty six years of Sergeant How-
ard's service were spent with
the United States Air Force.
Entering the U. 8. Army In
March of 1912, Sergeant Howard
served on the Mexican border
from 1913 until late 1917. He
was a member of the forces
commanded by the late General
John J. Pershlng on the United
States Army expedition into
Mexico.
During World War I. Sergeant
Howard served In France with
the 2d Infantrv Division, parti-
cipating in five major cam-
paigns.
In World War II, he was.as-
signed to the Caribbean area
and was stationed at Galapagos
from 1942 uutll 1944. He return-
ed to Albrook Air Force Base In
1948 for an assignment at the
Panama Air Depot. After the
phase-down of the depot, Ser-
geant Howard joined the 5700th
Maintenance and Supply Squad-
ron.
Sergeant Howard plans to live
in San Jose, Costa Rica, where
he owns his home and has ac-
cepted a position with the In-
ter-American Geodetic Survey.
LION'S CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS
The Lion's Club of Colon entertained with a dinner
dance at the Stranger's Clnb last night at which time the
officers for 1951-52 were installed.
Mr. Laurencio Jan, tha retiring president, presided at
the head table. The new president, Mr. Darlo Gomales, was
also seated at the head tab|e, with the Master of Cere-
monies. Mr. Vldtor Emmett Osss, and other prominent club
members and distinguished guests.
I.A.W.C. Members Invited to
Motion Picture Thursday
The Pan American Airways in-
vites all members of the Inter-
American Women's Club to a spe-
cial showing of films on South
America and Guatemala Thurs-
day from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the
Diablo Heights Theater.
Bridge Winners
The winners of the duplicate
contract bridge games played
Monday evening at the Diablo
Clubhouse were: 1st, Mr. T. A.
Orr and R. Torres; 2nd, Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Robinson; 3rd, Dr. and
Mrs. Norman Elton; 4th, Miss El-
len Peters and J. E. Davis; and
5th, Mrs. McNamara and Mr. Col-
by.
Notice to Children
Of Diablo Heights
The children who registered
for the summer Arts and Crafts
Course at Diablo Heights are to
join the group at Balboa on Mon-
days and Tuesdays from 9 to 11
a.m. A bus will take them to Bal-
boa from the Diablo School Build-
ing.
Volunteer Workers
Needed in Balboa
Volunteer workers are badly
needed for supervision of the 160
children registered In the Bal-
boa summer recreation program.
Those willing to devote at least
two hours a week to this work are
asked to telephone to Mrs. Pence
at Balboa 3777.
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you can have
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in s to 20 mmules
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Not a rinse but a lasting
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Choose from 12 fashion
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BALBOA
BEAUTY SHOP
Mrs. Bates Wieman, Mgr-
Ope t:M a.m. aa l:M m.
alts* riaUmu, aealaln.
Charlotte Beaverstock
Receives Theater BA
At UofC, Los Angeles
Charlotte Baverstock, daugh-
ter of Capt. and Mrs. Clinton
baverstock, received the degree
of Bachelor of Arts In Theater
Arts-English at recent com-
mencement exercises at the
University of California In Los
Angeles.
She expects to go to the Uni-
versity of Hawaii this Fall as a
student Instructor.
Miss Baverstock, who was a
"B" honor student, was a mem-
ber of Zeta Phi Eta, national
speech honorary fraternity for
women, and of Sigma Tau Delta,
national English honorary fra-
ternity.
A graduate of Balboa High
School, she attended the Canal
Zone Junior College. Texas State
College for Women and the Uni-
versity of California at Berkeley
before completing her course in
Los Angeles.
He's In Clover
SCHOOLCRAFT. Mich. (UP)
Four leaf clovers are rather tame
things to A. C. Mlddleton. After
finding three, he picked up a five
leaf clover and one with six
leaves, all within a few minutes.
The new corps of officers In-
cludes: 1st vice-president, Mr.
Robert Von Tress; 2nd vice pres-
ident, Mr. Joaqun lilies; 3rd
vice-president, Mr. Carlos Vacca-
ro; Treasurer. Mr. Aaron Abou-
ganen; Secretary, Mr. Jose An-
tonio Sosa; Sergeant-at-arms,
Mr. Buenaventuro Paollllo; Tall
Twister. Mr. Julio Nino; The
Board of Directors, Mr. Charles
Whltaker, Jose A. Calvo. Victor
Dosman and Oscar Teran.
Among the distinguished guests
of the club were Governor Agus-
tn Cedeo and Mrs. Cedeo,
Mayor Jose D. Bazan and Mrs.
Bazan, President of the Rotary
Club and Mrs. E. 8. MacVlttle;
Mr. Robert Puello, president of
the Tigers Club; President of the
Strangers Club and Mrs. Walter
Hunnlcutt.
Dinner Party at
Chinese Consulate
The Consul of China and Mrs.
Eustace Lee entertained with a
dinner party at their home in
Colon to honor several friends
and their house guest. Their hon-
orees were Mrs. Malsie Chen, of
Kingston, Jamaica. Captain and
Mrs. Fable who are leaving soon
for duty In Seattle. Washington,
and Mr. and Mrs. Dash wood
Darling, who are being transfer-
red to San Francisco. California.
The other guests were: Captain
and Mrs. M.S. Parsons, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Motta. Rev. and Mrs.
Milton A.. Cookson. Mr. and Mrs.
Demetrio Rusodimos. Miss Hope
Menendez, Miss Thelma Godwin.
Mr. Daulton Mann and Dr. Cons-
tantino Rusodimos.
Mrs. Chen has been the house
guest of her brother-in-law and
sister for the past two weeks.
Religious Workers
Meeting in Gatun
The Isthmian Federation of Re-
ligious workers met Monday at
the Gatun Union Church. Break-
fast and luncheon were served
the thirty members, who attend-
ed, by a group of ladles from the
Church.
Rev. Fiske of the Seawall Mis-
sion, presided In the absence of
the president. The devotions
were lead by Rev. J. W. L. Gra-
ham and Mrs. Merle Piper gave a
book review on "A Guide to Con-
fident Living" by Dr. Peele.
Rev. Malnert Peterson was the
speaker for the momlng. His to-
Slc was "Adventures In Religious
luslc" and he sang three selec-
tions to Illustrate his subject.
Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harris
of Gatun, were among the pas-
sengers arriving Tuesday on the
Panama. They have been visiting
friends and relatives in Tennes-
see and Arkansas.
Jr.; vice president. Waldo Gilley.
Secretary, Mrs. Faye Wheeler,
Treasurer. Charles Delaney. Di-
rectors: Noel Gibson, Jack Ridge,
Herbert Engelke. Charles Bath,
Ross Cunningham and Coach
Lust.
Mr. Michael Greene was tht
retiring president of the organi-
zation .
Plans for future activities wert
discussed and it was proposed
that the 10th Anniversary of th
founding of the M.R.A. be cele-
brated with an out-of-door get-
together in February.
Dinner Party
at Hotel Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Kissam en-
tertained with a dinner party at
the Hotel Washington Sunday
evening.
Their guests were: Lt. Com-
mander W. J. Meagher, Mrs.
Thomas F. Meagher, Lt. and
Mrs. L. J. Ducote and Mrs. Geo.
Flores.
STOMACH
DISTRESS
Perhaps th* greatest cause of distress-
ing stomach upsets Is excess stomach
acidity.
If the thousands of unfortunate people
who suffer from so-called dyspepsia,
acid Indigestion, food fermentation, sour
stomach, flatulence, gas or other stomach
distress brought on by excess acid would
Just try drinking slowly after each meal
halt a glass of hot water containing one
spoonful of NEUTRACID they might in
a very short time find themselves able
to eat good nourishing meals without the
distressing symptoms of acid Indigestion
NEUTRACID Is not laxative It is
soothing and comforting to the mucous
membranes and very agreeable to take.
NEUTRACID a physician's formula
can now be obtained at any first class
drug store.
NEW ZtALANP PROMT
Bon Voyage Dinner Party
Mrs. Mllo Kissam and Miss He-
len Kissam were complimented
with a dinner party given by Lt.
and Mrs. L. J. Ducote at their
Coco Solo residence last evening.
The other guests were: Mr.
Kissam and Danny Kissam with
Lt. commander and Mrs. C. B.
Dlehl. Mrs. Mabelle Thomson,
Mrs. George Flores, and Andrew
Llm.
Mrs. Kissam and her daughter
left by plane todav for New Or-
leans. They will spend several
days In the city with friends be-
fore going to Marlon. Alabama to
see Dick Ducote who is a student
at the Marlon Institute. They will
enplane at Birmingham. Al., for
New York and spend the summer
months visiting relatives in New
Rochelle. N.Y., and East Orange.
N.J. Mrs. Kissam will return to
the Isthmus early In September.
Miss Kissam will enter St. Jo-
seph's College at Emlttsburg. Ma-
ryland, to continue her studies In
September.
Mrs. James Dorsey returned
from attending the graduation of
her son. Cadet James Dorsey from
the Merchant Marine Academy
at Kings Point. Long Island. She
also visited relatives in Ohio.
Mr. Dorsey has accepted a po-
sition with the Bull Line sailing
out of Baltimore, Maryland.
Stuart Bowen. son of Colonel
and Mrs. James E. Bowen, Jr.,
of Fort Gulick.' arrived to spend
the summer vacation with his
parents. He recently graduated
from the Friends School.
M.R.A. Installs Officers
The Margarita Recreational
Association met Monday evening
at the Margarita gymnasium and
Installed the officers for the new
year. The 1951-1952 officers will
be: President. Bruce G. Sanders.
Miss Willoughby
Leaving for Vacation
Miss Ardls Willoughby. adiflkh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will-
oughby of Gatun, will sail Friday
on the Panaam to spend six weeks
In Baltimore. Maryland, as ths
house guests of Colonel and Mrs.
William F. Hoffmeyer and their
daughter, Esther.
The Hoffmeyers are well-
known on the Atlantic Side where
they were formerly stationed.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Swearln-
gen entertained with a dinner
party at their home Friday even-
ing for Mrs. Kissam and Miss He-
len.
Visiting Fernleaf Chapter O.E.S.
Among the guests at the birth-
day dinner and celebration of
Femleaf Chapter. No. 4. Order of
the Eastern Star, of P^dro Mi-
guel. Monday evening were: Mr.
and Mrs. Victor May of Royal
Palm Chapter No. 2 In Cristobal,
and Mrs. John Fahnestock and
Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes of
Coral Chapter No. 3 In Gatun.
Cribe and Youth Beds,
Play Pens, Baby Walkers, High Chairs.
and Water-Proof Mattresses
I
7th St. Bolvar Ave. Tel. 334 Coln
FREE!
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With any purchase over $100.00 .you will get a
beautiful lamp with our compliments
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tEt PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
EDNESDAY, JULY 11, 193
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LEWIS SERVICE
Kx 4 Tlvall Ave.
bar. t-2l
KIOSKO l)K LESSEPS
ParQiii' dc Lessens
Pill l.;.*.
MORRISON'S
Ne. 4 rourth of July Ave
I'hiinr .'-Mill
BOTHA CARLTON
It.OS Mrlendn Ava.
Phone 2aS Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No. U Waal I2lh Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 87 "H" Streetrename
No. 12.17 Central Ave.Calda.
SO
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Minimum for
12 words
3f each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SAL!?:1949 Ford V-8 Fordor
- Custom. Con bo financed. 0958
Amador r afttr 4:30 weekday:.
POR SAL: 1946 Ckrv.hr New
Yorker 4 ico, Maten, tan. 4 new
Ura, radio. Al ecellent buy.
Only $385 dawn. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. your FORD dealer on
automobile raw.
FOR SALE:Buick Speciol De Luxe
1950, six months use. 5.000 miles,
mony extros. Coll Ft. Gulick 88-
220._____________
fOR SALE:1950 Ford 2 door De
Lux* S>x Sedan, block, radio. sea
covert, food tiras. Only $445
down. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
your FORD dec lor on automobile
row.
FOR SALE: Bargain; Simmons
swing with pillows, $20.00. 89
Peru Avenue.
MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a drinking problem? oromlich' Sonta Clora beach
FOR SALE:Kenmore gasoline wash-
ing mochine, practically new. Tele-
phone 27-3-5185 after four 2-
2175 office.
FOR SALE: Mahogany bookcase,
with doors, 25 cycle, Westinghouse
refrigerator. 2 year guarantee
chair. 2-2770.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Beloir,
7,000 miles, excellent condition,
can be financed. Catl 86-5233 af-
ter 5:00.
OR SALE:1950 Mercury 6 po-
enaer coupe, light gray, radio,
ait coven, good tire. Only $600
down and drive it away. COLPAN
MOTORS INC. your FORD dealer
on automobile row.
FOR SALE: Buick 41 Special. 2
door. Very good tires, runs like a
Mwing machine. 551-8, Curundu
Hgts.- Coll 83-3) 18.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Station
Wagon, low mileoge, like new,
now tires. Coll Colon 1314.
POR SALI: 1950 Pontioc Six Da
Lua 4 Door Sedan, black, eat
coven, good tlrai. A clean car.
Only $595 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. your FORD Doler on
automobile row.
FOR SALE: 50 Ford convertible.
14,000 actuol miles. Excellent con-
dition. Must sell this week. Phone
Albrook 2130.
FOR SALI:1949 Noih 2 door m-
dan, light green, 4 new tires and
eat coven. Only $395 down.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer an oulomobile raw.
Wonted Position
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. For steno-
grophic. typing and transition
work by experienced bilingual
stenographer on hourly or doily
basis call Miss Garita Sasso at
3-0334.
Writ, Alcoholice Anonymoua
Box 2031 Anton. C. Z.
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontioc Tudor
Streamline. Green, Undercoated.
Plastic seot covers. 15,000 miles
1948 Cushmon motor scooter. Gear
shift. Perfect tires and engine.
Floor model B-endix console radio-
phonograph, dark mahogany finish.
Tel. 86-3142.
FOR SALE:Singer electric portable
machine; one folding cot; 2 ma-
hogany rockers; 3 plant tables; 2
wooden floor screen frames. 0926
Amador Road. Phone 2-1833.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:1948 Nosh Sedon. oil
new tiros, fine mechonicol condi-
tion. $900.00. Con be financed.
Phone 4-485 evenings, 6-431.
days.
FOR SALE:A beoutiful.lot, elevated
and plain. 1.100 sq. meters, si-
tuated at 10th Street, Poitilla, a
stone's throw from 50th Street.
Coll at Casa Foslich, Central Ave.
161.
FOR SALE: Piano upright Grand
Ismalll, desk, ga: range, chest
of drawers. Phone 916. Colon._
FOR SALE:2 ponies saddles, brid-
dles, $50 each, 9088, 10th St.
Phone 670 Colon.
cotfogo. Electric ico boxes, (jos
stoves, moderte ratea. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Williams Santa Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Fngidoires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
Phillip. Beoch cottages. Sonto Clora.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
.3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
Houses ON BEACH Santo Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL. Balboa 2820 or
Me caretaker t^ere.
FOR RENT
-Apartments
FOR SALE:Gorgono. 3989 meters
of land. Also 5.000 meters with
smoM dwelling. Good well, plenty
of woter. Laboratory tested. Com-
pletely fenced with new iron posts
and wire. 3 minutes walk to beach.
Telephone 27-3-5185. 2-2175.
FOR SALE: Hudson Commodore,
radio, seot covers. reasonable
price. Call Gulick 88-264.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet two
door Flaetlina De Luxe ladan, co-
lor maroon, Only 1,100 mile. 1,-
OO0 miles credit card gooi with
car. This cor still in guaranteed
period. Only $560 down and
drive it away. This is an oxcollent
opportunity. Your FORD deoler,
COLPAN MOTORS, on automobile
row.
FOR SALE:1949 Ford Custom Se-
-- don. maroon, VVSW rodio, heater.
--extros. 10.000 miles Call Cloy-
' 'ten 87 5291 3217.
FOR SAL!:1948 PONTIAC Sport
Coupe. Excellent condition ond ap-
pta re nee. Can bo yourt for SI -
125. Finance avoilable.
CIVA, S. A.
mi Your Cadillac t> Pantiac Deoler
.F0R SALE:1950 Chevrolet 4 Door
., Styleline De Luxe, white sidewolls
a-, and radio. Exceden: condition. Low"
r. mileage. Phone mornings, 2-2136
Balboa.
FOR SALI1950 Studebaker Chom-
pion. 4 Door Sedan, radio, seat
coven. Ixcellent condition and ap-
pearance. Cfly $1,600 ond easy
oerms.
CIVA, S. A.
Your Cadillac o> Pentia: Dealer
WANTED
"* Automobiles
Wanted to buy:Truck,"
%M, large size. Will pay cash,
*Ct ply Ureta, No.'l9l Central Avenue,
Ponomo.
mule
M/Sgt. Skegoskie
Of Army, Marines,
Had 30-Year Hitch
Fifty one year old Master Ser-
geant Joseph T. Shegoslcie of the
764th AAA Gun Battalion has
completed a 30 year hitch which
has included time in both the
Marines and in the Army, and
now is heading Stateside lor his
well earned retirement.
Except for a period of two years
between 1928 and 1930 when he
tried civilian life, Shegoskte has
a reccfrd running straight
through from May, 1919. to July
1951.
The old master gunner has held
almost every post open to enlist-
ed men In his long career. From
the old horse Cavalry in 1919 to
the electronic Antiaircraft In
1951, Joe Shegoslcie has had a
typical service career.
He has served in almost every
state in the Union in addition to
service in Hawaii, in China dur-
ing uprisings there, in many La-
tin American countries, in the
Philippines and In France.
Good old Joe," as he Is called
by his many friends, came to
Panama's 65th AAA Group from
the deactivated Btry "D", Har-
bor Defense of Balboa.
Sgt Shegoskie will retire to
Windber, Pennsylvania, where he
intends to make his home with
his stepmother and sister.
His final words upon leaving
were. 'I'm not abou to fade away.
I'm just now ready to begin all
over again. How do you like
that?"
FOR SALE:! Drill Press. Croftsmon
110 Volt, 60 cycle, $100.00; I
motor, I HP. 3 phose 220 volt,
1,500 RRM, 25 cycle $75.00; I
motor. 1-4 HP. 110 volt 1.450
RPM. 25 cycle single phase. $15.-
00; 1 motor Repulsion Induction,
single phase 3 HP. 110-220 volt
1,450 RPM $150.00; I Jointer,
croftsmon 6 inch. 60 cycle motor,
110 volt $170.00; I Saw, crofts-
mon 10 inch 110 volt, 60 cycle
motor mounted in steel table $75.
00. Phone Corozol 4100 ofter
4.30 p. m. Qtrs. 612 Diablo Ter-
race.
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
mint. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Furnished opartments,
one bedroom ond two bedrooms,
Frigidaire, Bella Vista, Telephone
3-1648.
At Times a Length of
ROPE or CHAIN
Can be mighty hand* to
have around the house
and In your car.
We have a large Assortment
of Kinds and Sizes
GE0. F. N0VEY, inc.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
FOR RENT:One bedroom, unfur-
nished, modern, independent apart-
ment. Garage. 168 Via Belisario
Porras.
FOR RENT:Small furnished opart -
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT
Houses
Responsible Americon couple desire
modern furnished house or duplex
in residentio! section on Atlantic
Side. Coco Solo, 344.
FOR SALE: Five new light weight.
matched suitcoses, Graduated sizes.
Reasonable. 5533-C. Halnes St..
Diablo.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
T-OR SALE:Strong Sturdy Hull 36
x 11. Sacrifice at $800.00. Cris-
tobal 1413.
Dee To Be Tried
By Jury; Detamore
To Plead July 27
Mina Dee. American Freight
House, cashier, entered a plea of
not guilty In the U. S. District
Court's morning session todav.
She is charged with failure to
account for public funds. A jury
trial was set for August 14.
At the same time, the attor-
ney for Wayne Detamore, Ame-
rican undertaker who was book-
ed on a charge of conspiracy in
connection with the handling
of government funds in the
"caskets case." arranged for him
to appear July 27 in the U. S.
District Court to enter his plea.
Miami Attorney Says
False Testimony
Convicted Procurer
TALLAHASSEE, Florida, July
11 (UP)--An attorney appealed
to the State cabinet yesterday
"on behalf of the people of Sy-
rian descent" in Florida to grant
a pardon to Jimmy Demetree of
Miami, -who is serving a 90-day
jail sentence on charges of pro-
curing women for prostitution.
Attorney E. G. Musleh said De-
metree was convicted on false
testimony.
Demetree has been arrested
scores of times in Miami on a
variety of charges.
The attorney termed Demetree
"a victim of the newspapers In
Miami" and singled out the Mia-
mi Daily News lor continually at-
tacking Demetree. He also claim-
ed that Crime Commission Di-
rector Daniel Sullivan had made
unfavorable remarks on the radio
about Demetree.
Musleh said lhe testimony was
given by a woman he Identified
as Pat Williams, who, he claimed,
made a deal with a Miami news-
paperman to testify falsely
against Demetree in return for a
promise that the newspapers
would see that she gets off free.
The cabinet took no immediate
action on the request.
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The regular monthly meeting
of the Central Labor Union and
Metal Trades Council will be
held on Sunday at Balboa Lodge
Hall at 8:30 a. m.
One special item of business
will be that of collecting reso-
lutions for the 1951 conventions
of the Metal Trades Department
and AFofL in San Francisco in
the latter part of September.
The question of whether to
send a delegate to the conven-
tion will also be decided.
The meeting will receive the
latest report from Walter Wag-
ner, legislative representative in
Washington, on Income tax and
other legislation affecting em-
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Wagner To Conduct
United States Army Caribbean
personnel will have the opportu-
nity to hear the noted North
American composer and conduct-
or Dr. Joseph Wagner at the Pa-
nama National Theater next
week, as the result of an invita-
tion Issued by Professor Walter
Myers through Lt. Col. H. H.
Bevlngton. Chief. USARCARIB
Special Services Section.
Doctor Wagner, the personal
guest of Professor Myers. Con-
ductor of the National Sympho-
ny Orchestra, is expected to ar-
rive in Panama this afternoon.
On Monday at 8:00 p.m. he will
, conduct the National Symphony
l Orchestra Concert, on the pro-
gram of which there will be two
' of his own compositions.
Tickets for the performance
1 may be obtained by USARCARIB
! personnel at a 50 per cent reduc-
I tion.
The concert will Include Bee-
thoven's Egmont Overture; The
Story of a Princess for a Narrator
and Orchestra and Concerto in O
Minor. Doctor Wagner's compo-
sitions and In conclusion. Tschai-
kovsky'j Symphony No. IS in E
Minor.
'Voice' Says Hungary
Had Deported 30,000
From Nation's Capital
WASHINGTON. July 11 The Voice of America said today
that the Hungarian Govern-
ment has deported 30.000 per-
sons from Budapest, capital of
the country.
The broadcast said these peo-
ple were sent to collective farms
where thev live "sometimes as
manv as 10 to 12 persons, of all
sexes and ages, in a single
room."
The Voice reported special
police have been brought into
Budapest from outlying dis-
tricts.
Persistent Cuy
GENOA. July II (UP) Me-
tro Gentina, 30. a Genoese cof-
fee vendor, in an attempt to
commit suicide today drove his
car at high speed against a
stone wall.
The car was badly smashed
and Gentina somewhat batter-
ed.
He crawled out of the car. re-
fused aid from persons who
came (o his assistance, calmly
walked across a field and jump-
ed off a 300 ft. cliff.
He died on his wav to the
nearby hospital of Sorl.
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Toy Pistol Robbery
Nets Panamanian
77 Cents, 2 Years
Orlando Communlgs. 16-year-
old Panamanian charged with
burglary, was sentenced to serve
two years In the penitentiary in
the U.S. District Court at Ancon
this morning. On May 7 he en-
tered quarters 0920 In Balboa
and threatened a 10-year-old re-
sident of the house with a toy
revolver, forcing the boy to help
him search the house for money.
The only money Commlngs found
was 77 cents In a desk.
Harmodio Cedeo, 32, Panama-
nian, charged with petit larceny,
was sentenced to serve three
years following a previous peni-
tentiary conviction on a felony.
On another charge of returning
after deportation,, from the Ca-
nal Zone he received a two years
suspended sentence and was put
on a five year probation period,
Cedeo had stolen personal
clothing valued at $37 from a
clothesline belonging to William
Carlln of Balboa. He was arrest-
ed April 25.
Two year suspended sentences
were given Perclval Henderson.
34, Panamanian and Luis Anto-
nio Chantrell, 18. Panamanian.
Henderson pleaded guilty to
stealing two ooat propeller shafts
valued at $242 irom the Diablo
Boat Repair site which he sold
In Panam for $70. Re was put
on a five year probation period.
Chantrell, who was charged
with stealing ,a bicycle at the
Balboa School was released on a
two year suspended sentence.
Defense Dept.
Tries To Deliver
Moil To POWs
The United States Depart-
ment of Defense has announced
that efforts are being made to
provide limited mail service to
U. S. prisoners of the Chinese
Communist forces. Every effort
will be made to deliver letters
addressed as follows:
Name, rank, and serial'
number of the relative.
Care of The Chinese Peo-
ple's Committee for World
Peace Peking. China.
No postage is required. If the
upper right-hand corner of the
envelope carries the notation
"Prisoner of War Mail." It is
suggested that short letters be
limited to one each month, and
be dispatched promptly to The
Post Office, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia.
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Bomb Found in Soviet
Legation in Havana
HAVANA, July 11 (UP) a
small u n e x p 1 oded bomb was
found last night In the Russian
legation in the suburb of Veda-
do here.
Police said the bomb was made
form a piece of pipe 11 inches
long and two Inches in diameter.
It contained dynamite and a
fuse.
The bomb was unexploded. Po-
lice would not say whether the
fuse has had been lit.
Busts Of Gorgas,
Bell, Set In NYU
Hall Of Fame
NEW YORK. July 11 (XJS1B)
Bronze busts of General William
Crawford Gorgas. whose sanita-
tion work made possible the Pa-
nama Canal, and of Alexander
Graham Bell, inventor of the te-
lephone, have been placed in the
New York University Hall of
Fame for Great Americans.
At a'simple dedication ceremo-
ny, persons prominent In public
health and science paid tribute to
the memory of both. The bust of
Gorgas. the work of the sculptor
Bryant Baker, was unveiled by
Gorgas's daughter. Mrs. William
D. Wrightson. of Chew Chase,
Maryland. The bust of Bell was
made by Stanley Martlneau. It
was unveiled by Bell's daughter,
who Is now Mrs. Gilbert Grosve-
nor, of Bethesda, Maryland.
Air Force Sets
Special Cuard
On House Croup
WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP!
The Air Force has stationed a
24-hour *.rmed guard on the
House Arme Services Commit-
tee, it was disclosed today.
The object Is to make sure no
unauthorized person gets a look
at the Air Force's secret global
base-building plans, now un-
der study by the committee.
The plans call for spending $3.
580,000,000 in this country and
abroad to expand old bases, and
build new ones. A total of 77
new bases will be established.
Some of them, it has been re-
ported, will be in Europe, North
Africa, and Great Britain.
CAPTAIN HERBERT A. KEITH, US Army dentist, Is shown
administering an anacaihetlc to a paUent In the little town
of La Mesa. The Inhabitants provided space In a classroom
of their school which served as the dentist's oillce- Captai \
Keith and Dr. Luis C. Prieto, well-known throughout Pana-
ma for his relief work, contlnve their week-end trips to iso-
lated areas of Panama's Interior to administer medical care
SGT. DAVID V. WEAVER, Btry "C" 903d AAA Battalion, re-'
ceives his diploma from the new Commanding Officer of-the
Battalion. Lt. Col. James D. Shearouse. Sgt. Weaver graduat-
ed In first place from the Ordnance Small Arms school held
at the Fort Clayton Education Center. Center, Is 1st Lt. Car-
los M. Garcia. Officer in Charge of the small arms course
which Is given to selected men who in turn pass the
knowledge on to their fellow soldiers.
(U.S. Army Photo
GIRL SCOUTS ON THE ATLANTIC SIDE, who are presently
camping at Gatun, are being taught manv handicraft skills.
Maydelle Gardner < third from right) teaches her fellow
Scouts how to lash two sticks together.
(Official U.S. Army Photo)
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Frankenstein Monster

THE BOADYVAY LIGHTS
By Victor Riesel
WASHINGTON Don't let
the lazy quiet deceive you. The
bitterness behind the scenes
here aong the men who lead
millions of workers Is explosive.
Labor feels like a woman spurn-
ed. Exeept that It has been
spurned not by the man, but by
the man's family the man
being President Truman and the
family being the supposedly
Democratic Congress which ap-
parently will Junk price and rent
controls late this summer.
This bitterness Is a slow fuse.
It won't blow for a while. But
when it does, the strikers will
hit the Streets ao fast in so
many communities, even the
hordes of statisticians here won't
Stage Door: The Theater's bingo champ Is a knockout. Okla-
homa!" returned when Broadway was hit by the seasonal slump
and enjoyed a Boom. What began as a "Limited Engagement in
May has been extended indefinitely.. .News Isn't so cheering for
several other attractions. One-third of the current shows are not
expected to survive the Summer.. ."Guys and Dolls" backers re- |
ceived their golden halos this week. The Initial dividend D*J*r Ibe able to count or soothe them.
HMM slice-up...Variety's Los Angeles scout Bob-Feller d a *>iacif.- Tnls apparently is the final
ball at "Three Wishes for Jamie." It is scheduled for Mazda Alley t moment on the industrial
in mid-Sept...The weeks head-shaking theatrical "e *'* M*e front. All week long, angry labor
surprising fact that The N. Y. Critics' Circle prize-winner. Dark-
ness at Noon," closed with a $23.000 deficit.. The critics covering
the barnyard circuit are full of admiration for the aims of the
producers. The only things they dislike are the shows^Broad-
way arithmetic is like this: Before its recent collapse ''"-
turv" was a sellout for 23 weeks. Its profits total a puny $8.800.
leaders have been talking stra-
tegy for forcing Congress to keep
the" lid on prices, roll some back
and guarantee rent ceilings. But
there's been a dog weather fu-
tility about all these parleys.
One of the younger, but ex-
pert, braintrusters suggested a
coast-to-coast general strike for
a few hours of all working peo-
ple in protest. He was hardly
listened to. .
It was suggested that labor
hit the air with five minute spot
outcries to the public over hun-
dreds of stations and that the
press be flooded with big ads.
But the laborlte high com-
mand said. "What for? The
public knows our point of view
and we've warned those Con-
gressmen we can reach that
we'll reckon with them In 52.
All this Was at the hard hitting
AFL headquarters.
At the CIO building, there
ev backs ."The Prowler o iers a reaiuut "Si1?; were plans for Insisting that
tha^SbdaownToU"hebare facts of life. Not tejlk..^ President Truman _g_et up befo
In the Wings: James Whistler, the Great Painter was_one of
the op wits of his time. too...Oscar Wilde an .mmate was
terrified of a Whistler retort.. .They once had a dispute, and Os-
car scolded: "James, if you don't behave. I shall wrle you Into one
of my plays!'..."Oh. go ahead." shrugged Whistler. Than*
heavens you cant-write me Into the audience!
Storv of the Week: The other matinee out on Long Island.
RusseH Nype was a visitor... He was there about three minutes
when a naval officer (who probably never heardo M"*
Madam" Juvenile lead opened the conversation with. Msname
Is Rynd" .."Mine's Russell Nype." said Russell Nype. waltlnK for
a reaction...None came...To which Russell added. Call Me
a "Wotinell." was the shocked query, "do you mean?"
O, well. It's not so funny on paper. But I choked!
The Cinemagic: Alfred Hitchcock's latest. "Strangersjon a
Train" craves*"ain he is a spine-strumming virtuoso. Good to
E'UZ '"China CorsaV' is a so-so adventure with a
JL- _T... K-.kr.,rf -The Prowler' offers a realistic excu
nUAiiY WASHINGTON
'- i.i u t r.. oh
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y DIIW PIAR$ON
a Thief" Is an entertaining swashbuckler, with
Sgtf Curtis daring and defying. :^f B^* a^ore
dafiy-than-dilly love looney lark..."1..
Deuces...An Import from Kremlinburg. "Far frml(Moscow"
strictly a vlshinsky. That's Russian for Pediculous.
is
i Joint Congressional session
and pound the podium for more
I controls over civilian business
,lite.
The recording of this speech
'then could be taken through
The Airlstocrats: The crossfiring via "Author Meetsthe tne countryside and plavec back.
Crities" is most provocative when members of the studio audience But SOmebot.y said. "What's the
are snapshooting queries.. Simulcasts are not for comedy pro- use there's complete inability
grams .The pantomime gags are explained to listenerscreating to control even Ms own JTru-
iuiis ., "Martin Kane" Is one clue-spotting drama that sounds 'man's) Congressional whips
like it was typewritten Instead of mimeographed. Its dialog Some su,-h as Textile Union's
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Social Graces
By BOB RUARK
crackles...Another vaude set-up that makes a good parlor com
panion is "Cavalcade of Bands" on Dumont^. Those nost-iame
enraged Emil Rleve said. "Let's ^with the neighbors
NEW YORK.We have recently moved from
a neighborhood which was too rich for my
blood to a little dirty dead-end street in Green-
wich Village, and It has been a howling success.
Already I have waged and lost a battle
quit all government war boards
again and fight on the outside."
There have been long conver-
sations with White House aides
interviewers (with ballplayers) need a script. The Impromptu gab
results in airy zeroes.. .An opinion-swapper with zinc is^ABi;.
"United Or Not?" featuring UN delegates. They sound like human
beings, not diplomats.. Jack E. Leonard's testlval Is jetting pet- and eyen personai telephone
ter.. .The imaginative song-cues on the tv Hit Parade are another caJls tQ Mr Truman. But the
reason for the show's Jackrabbit pace. labor people feel the cause Is
----------------- lost on the Hill because the De-
Stalrway to the Stars: Martin & Scrlewis (the Padded Cell- i mocratlc Party Itself has not
That is what I like about the Village. People
seem to en|oy fighting. In the mldtown East
Side, they lust sneer at each other and maybe
kick each other's French poodles. Down here
thev holler and cuss and belt each other In the
eye. The edged wit is not practiced, and there
is no dainty duelling.
For example. I was playing the typewriter
males "are" shattering box-office records at the Paramount. The 'Havered to Its political" partner with the window open the other morning, about
clappaudlences howl.. Nonsensorshlp: The dagmar charms Es- l_ lahot 2 a.m., and it probablv sounded like a team of
ther Williams can display in movies (when she wears swlmsuits. There's an even deeper issue draft horses clattering over a tin bridge. Loud
are tabu when Esther dons a dress.. .What's become of the old (nan rent and nrice controls' nouthed dame across the court stuck her head
line- "Tomorrow this will be yesterday's newspaper, and they'll hp wriicri must be understood out of the window and bellowed:
use it to wrap fish"? It's in the "Ace In the Hole" flicker.. .Yul ""_* country \g to follow labor's "Shut off that thtaandthat typewriter!"
Brynner. the male lead of "The King and I." seems to be gettlna i"tormv strateK- in the next six "Aw. drop dead.' said I. ever the little gentle-
his name every where except in that hit's ads. Pinza got large 0hs
raves from coast trade papers for his big-time performing in
"Strictly Dishonorable"...Marion Murray is back from Florida
and other niisht spot clicks to audition for teevy.. .Judy Garland
has a play offer which she should not linger long over. No matter
its merit. Judy can't flop.
The Story-Tellers: The New Yorker's literary police nabs a
mag "writer" who thefted a Runyon story via a series of deaillv
parallels...Life's headline on the Sugar Kay incident In Germany
Is adroitly capsuled: "Sugar Ray and Sour Krauts".. The abes
and sexvzs of Topic "Ah" receive the Intellectual approach in
Reporter mag. It finales: "Love is the primitive, enduring theranv
of nature." Meaning kissin* is fun,. Perform a public service bv
sending B. Baruch's uncommon sense (in Look) to the White
House, where thev need some.. Broadway talk says the drama
post open at the Herald Trib may go begging. Even those rumored
set for it sent regrets.. Political Forecast Dept.: Harper's lead
Keep close watch on some-
thing called the Lucas amend-
mest to the Defense Production
Act. This would prevent the
Wage Stabilization Board from
moving in on a strike and set-
tling it. If it affected "the emer-
gency." The industrialists are
pushing the amendment. They
ask. what actual war will there
be to put us In a position where
the government and not our
companies will settle our dis-
putes with our employes?
Furthermore, they say. let s
eliminate the vote of all labor
man.
"Muzzle that suchandso machine or I call the
theseandthose cops." remarked this demure
bundle of fluff, in a voice easllv audible in
Newark.
"Call the theseandthose cops." said I, con-
tinuing to pound.
So she called the coos. The cods came. Thev
flashed a light Into the office window. I made
a rude remark about cods who flash lights Into
the office windows of sober. Industrious citizens.
We then have a fine areument on civil liberties,
the result of which Is still Deeding.
set ror ll sent regrets. runiiiai ivwn ! *":."* ^"r jTSamnnJ nlinnis on the
story Is christened: "What Elsenhower Is Up Against" .George ;and management people on the
Frailer. ex-Time-Life editor, will call his book about Time mag:
"It's About Time."
The Press Box: The Czech Communist snatch of American re-
' porter Oatls shattered the- N. Y. Time editorialist's almost
granitelike calm. That paper demanded actioneconomic sanc-
tions and "a system of hostages to force exchange of prisoner;
like Oatls." Ironically. Oatls was sentenced on Independence Dav
They hope one day to give the same treatment to younot only
reporters.. .Amazing how swiftly that storv about the missing
British atomic scientists vanished from newspapers.. David
Manning White, research Prof, of Journalism (at Boston U.i.
blasted newspaper writers for using words that most readers do
not understand. He took a test in Boston. Result: 65 college stu-
dents (asked the most exact synonym for 25 words taken from 5
fcazettes) averaged 11.5 mistakes out of 25 words. Words such as
riposed. salutary, obfuscate, bahsheesh. Inculcate, shibboleth,
peripheral, etc. That's why we call our section on the subject:
'Show-Oafs".. .Those who say the Reds are talking Peace this
time are talking nonsense again.
board and let Just "public mem-

The Show-Oafs: O. G. In the Herald Tribune: "a talkative
sybarite." (He means someone devoted to pleasure).. From A.
It seems to me that a man who is workine
in his own home on a hot nleht has lust as
much right to run a mill with the windows
ooen. as. sav. a drunk has the right to bawl
obscenities on the sidewalk at 3 a.m. This was
_ n nightly circumstance hack on 54th St.. as
bers" decide how much *" Bill's Gav Nineties regurgitated Its boozy ctis-
workers shall be paid In the lu- ,omers. The hackles cursed and screamed, and
ture.
The labor leaders are terse,
and In the Immortal phrase of
a World War II general, liter-
ally say. "Nuts." For this would
deprive labor of government
support In any dispute since it
would prevent Mr. Truman from
asking the Wage Stabilization
Board to settle tough disputes.
So labor's high command
.or jSa'^rl,^n,ShP,thoual9 WASHINGTON. Obviously a settlement In
lil^i'i1"' i'^JJii liow m he Korea- If there Is one, will have a profound ef-
Phll Murray taking It ! Iect on th of next vearf4 political bat-
recuperates, and Walter Reuther | Ue UnlMs ^ Democrallc professionals are
suffering from mass self-delusion. It will great-
ly strengthen Harry S. Truman, making him. if
he runs, a really formidable candidate. A Ko-
rean settlement will correspondingly weaken
Sen. "Robert A. Taft (who is rather obviously
the drunks hollered and bickered, but no cops
ever came.
Down here In the Village the lushes litter the
streets, and the happily-married people battle
into the dawn, and the radios blare and the
lovers quarrel and make ud on the sidewalks.
We have lust had a religious festival in which
thev touched off blockbuster-sized fire-crackers,
until it sounded like London during the blitz.
There Is a garish carrousel running around the
corner. And there are at least five million
love-starved cats. \
j
We have one neighbor who throws palls of
hot water on people. We have another who
plays nothing but Italian opera recordings for
hours. We have a loud piano player. We have
an endless parade of panhandlers and bums and
slnmmers. Thev all enrich the general din.
Now I claim the right to hit a typewriter as
my contribution to the babel. I have as much
right to clatter the keys as a man has to own
tomcats with delusions of Tito Shipa. I am
everv bit as good as a panhandler full of can-
ned heat: everv bit as good as a fancier of
Italian opera: everv bit as good as a firecracker
shooter, as a piano player, as a merry-go-round
operator, or a ladv who profanely drenches oas-
sersbv with steaming water. I oav taxes: I got
rights.
So I Intend to slap those keys until o a.m.. if
I desire, with the window ooen. If I wish, be-
cause It is hot in the summer and I earn my
oats with an Underwood. I will write columns,
novels, short stories, biographies, poems, maga-
zine articles, radio scripts. Dlavs and dlrtv lime-
ricks, if I feel in the mood for it. And the next
cop to show up around here eets the hot-water
treatment. Not from the ladv next door, either.
Clatter-clatter-bane crash! The oulck brown
fox lumped over the lazv dog now Is the time
for all good men to come to the aid of their
nartv. Peter Piper nicked a neck of pickled
neopers! They'll never take me alive! ____
Matter Of Fact
By Stewart Alsop
KOREA AND 1952
literally pushed into a vacation
on a midwestern lake will
meet Monday afternoon to plan
strategy. .,
Publicly, they'll Issue a bitter
W.s review of "The Prowler" in the N. Y. Times: "A surreptitious denunciation of Congress Ioridlsmaved at ,ne turn 0f events) and Gen. Doug-
amour." (Secret love affair).. From B. C.'s notice, same paper: [refusing to nail down price and,as MacArthur
"An aggrandising dame." rent controls I The most intriguing question Is the effect of
Privately, theyT automatcany an m ^ tne ,iKhting in Korea on the fortunes
fall back on the strategy of tne ; of Gen Dw.gnt d Elsenhower. Here It is worth
strike to get higher wages in any ] recalunK a conversation between MacArthur and
community where prl:es and Eisenhower which took place during the latter's
"The impecunious
(Social climber).
mother." (Poor).
Headlines & Footnotes: "Seven Communists Jailed'." <1
lilllkkke It! lUllkkke .. Report Reds Will Avoid Political Alms
In Truce Talk." (Sounds too good to be truce).. ."Truman Fore-
sees Period of Danger." (My. my. isn't he getting callrWWoyantM
..."Elizabeth and Duke to Pass Up U. S." (Must have heard Foit
JKnok is closed for the Summer).. "Mrs. Burt Lancaster Ha
rents go up. Every three months
if necessary!
Theirs Is a simple plan so
trip to Japan In May. 1948. Then, as now. El-
senhower was a leading Presidential possibility.
Questioned bv MacArthur on this point. Eisen-
Baby." (Happy Burt-day! i.. .Americans Will Take 2 Interpreters Drjnt. Three or four, months n"ln"v
to Korean Peace Talks." (The Russians will take 2 ventriloquists)
simple that It needs no blue- h0wer replied that he had no intention of run-
rm> i$ roua foauM tmi ads own column
THE MAIL BOX
ptn rorum lei rtmrri at Th* Panama Amanean
handled in a holly confidents
from today, if the price and That's right. Ike," said MacArthur. "Just keep
rent lids aren't spiked down bysavinc vou don't want It. and vou'll get it."
Congress in August, thp power-1 The storv is Interesting partly because Mac-
fnl unions will strike where pos- Arthur himself, despite disclaimers, has been
sible. .acting remarkably like a Presidential aspirant.
Thev'll say they can't control it i interesting also because a Korean settle-
helr men. ment Is llkelv to increase the pressure on El-
. senhower to run as the man to beat Truman.
They will demand wage ad-|It ,s therefore time to ask whether Eisenhower
lustments. and productivity in- ..wantg ,.. am) wnether he can "get it." The
creases for all unions, not only answers below are subiect to change, but they
'hose such as Walter Reuther s nre ,ne ^at now available,
and a few big ones which get
automatic Increases every quar- Aa for tne Ilrat point, his supporters at least
ter. I state with a convincing assurance that, under
Once the strategic and power- certain conditions. Eisenhower will definitely ac-
ful nniors win. the smaller ceDt tne Republican nomination, if it is offered,
trades will Urlke to win what one condition is that there should be no poli-
Mie bl" fellows got. And each tical strings attached. A second is that the
time, the War wage board will, Republican platform should conform with his
first approve the tough unions-views on foreign policy. And a third condition
THE INSIDE TRACK I conniving In trying to secure au- and later the smaller ones. I is that under no circumstances will he Jeo-
Slr:........................ tomobile insurance or cars of. Then It will be Spring. And Ifipardize his role as North Atlantic Treaty Or-
What is the matter with the I army personnel? (Spring comes, John Lewis can't canlzation commander In order to get the no-
Somebodv should look into It. Ibe far behind. He's got big plans. \ mlnatlon.
The Mail Bat h
uattart art racaivarf fratefull* and ara
manner
It .ou cent nauta a Ictlei don I ha impatianl II it docin I eepeei thi
iet dav. Letten ara published in flic oidei received
Pleaif fi to keee the lattcn limited to ana .fa lenath
Identity o lettei writer n held in trrtfait confidence
Thri newipepai oiiumei ne responsibility for statements ai eainiem
piested in letten tram raedera.
commanding general of this
area?
Has he no one who can stop.
the outlandish acts of the Cen-
tral Pass Officer In Corozal?
Doesn't he know how an ex-
aolonel and a WAC sergeant arc
I don't know too much but it
doesn't seem to me that anybody
i-hould be allowed to use the Pass
Office exclusively for their own
personal gain.
An Observer
brlieve me.
Where does It all stop?
et no prediction here.
You
tCop>-riih* mi Post-Hall
Syndicate, no
For rather obvious reasons, the storv has been
?dulouslv spread abroad bv Democrats that Ei-
-?nhower is a Democrat at heart, and is really
Herested In running as a Democrat. But the
Elsenhower Republicans claim to have been re-
assured categorically on this point; Elsenhower
will not seek or accept the Democratic nomina-
tion.
The question remains whether Eisenhower can
"get it" whether the nomination of a man
who has never publicly stated his political af
filiation, and who is serving abroad in a wholly
non-political post, can be organized. There are
two main factions of Eisenhower organizers.
One faction, of course. Is led by New York's
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. Dewev Is less of a key
ligure in the Eisenhower movement than Is gen-
erally supposed. Dewev Is the titular leader of
his party, but since his 1948 defeat he has had
little nation-wide influence. Moreover. Dewey
Is not personally close to Elsenhower, a fact
underlined by his decision to go to Asia, instead
of to Europe, where his candidate Is.
The leader of the other, less public Elsenhow-
er faction is Pennsylvania's Sen. James Duff,
who is in regular communication with the gen-
eral. There Is. of course, no love lost between
Dewev and Duff. They are allies in this mat-
ter, but allies bv convenience and at arms'
length. Duff has already enlisted former Sen.
Harry Darbv of Kansas in the Eisenhower cause.
Darbv will probably become the leading public
Eisenhower organizer, lending the desired home-
state. Mid-Western background. But the astute
Duff Is and will remain an Important figure be-
hind the scenes.
Heavv financial backing as well as shrewd
political management^ will cer'tainlv be available
for the Eisenhower movement. But the great
obstacle remains while Eisenhower is In Eu-
rope. Taft'8 efficient organizers are hard at
work to capture the nomination in advance.
Clearlv. a statement from Eisenhower on his
Republican allegiance and availability would
helo, and it has been reported that Eisenhower
will soon make such a statement.
Yet on balance It seems clear that a Korean
settlement will greatly increase the likelihood
of Elsenhower's nomination, if onlv because it
will simultaneously strengthen Truman and
hurt the Taft-MacArthur wing of the Republi-
can nartv. A great many Republican profes-
sionals are bv no means eager to nominate a
man whose political views are an unknown
ouantity. But thev are even less eager to see
he'r oartv go down to Its sixth straight de-
(Copyright. 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drew Pearson soys: Truman appealed to Arthur Godfrey
to help on price-controls battle; Florida contractor
violates Davis-Bacon "kickback" act; Maultsby & Sut-
ton were warned once before.
WASHINGTON. In the middle of last week's hectic battle
over price controls, President Truman called Leo De Orsay.. at-
torney for radio Var Arthur Godfrey, and begged him to beg
Godfrey to go on the radio and arouse the public for price con-
trols.
This personal appeal by a pathetic President, battling al-
most alone. Illustrates the greatest loss Truman has suffered
the inability to mobilize public opinion. And realizing this
loss, he appealed to a radio personality to mobilize opinion for
him.
It also illustrates the greatest asset Franklin Roosevelt had
the ability to appeal over the heads of Congressmen to the
public. Congress never liked Franklin Roosevelt. Most of .them
did not agree with his policies. But they feared him because
they knew that, with the voters, he was stronger than they.
Today Just the opposite is true, and members of Congress
whose specialty is keeping their ears to the ground know it. They
know that the President has waged so many puny, personal
feads, called so many people names, tolerated such laxness
among the cronies around him that his ammunition Is spent.
They know that having fired his big shells at Paul Hume,
the music critic, and at Bernie Baruch, and the Marine Corps,
the President has nothing but bird-shot left to fire at Senators
wno fail to support him on price controls. They know that
having called Senator Fulbrlght "asinine" when he probed RFC
scandals, and having tolerated mink coats and deep freezes in
his own official family, the President can call the Congressmen
no names that will hurt them with the voters when they" Vote
against him.
They also know,, in their hearts, that the Presllent Is right
a! out price controls. They know that Inflation can be th* first'
step toward depression. But they also know that Washington is
more crowded with lobbyists than at any time in years; and it
is the big cattle, cotton and real-estate groups that contribute
heaviest to their campaigns. The housewife doesn't contribute.
Sometimes she doesn't even vote.
Those are some of the reason why the President's own Sen-
ate leader, Ernest McFarland of Arizona voted against him; why
Mike Monroney, the new Senator from Oklahoma, who had the
courage to champion the old OPA; why Wyoming's Joe
O'Mahoney, supposedly an Administration dealer all turned
their back on Harry Truman. And Harry Truman, unable to'rally
the people, but still courageously battling, appealed to Arthur
Godfrey to come to his aid.
MORE KICKBACKS
Three Congressmen have been caught by this column ac-
cepting "kickbacks" from their employes. Two were brought to
trial and found guilty J. Parnell Thomas of New Jersey and
W.ilter Brehm of Ohio, both Republicans. However, the Justice
Department has done nothing about the third, Congressman
Victor Wickersham of Oklahoma. He Is a Democrat.
Meanwhile, this column regrets to report another kickback
scandal, though no Congressmen are Involved. It Is Just as much
against the law for a Government contractor to take "kick-
backs'' and swear out false payrolls, as it is for Congressmen.
Yet this is what Maultsby and Button, Inc., of Pensacola. Fla.,
has been doing. I
This firm has been repairing the lighting at the Pensacola
Naval Air Station. Since this is a Government contract, the
firm is supposed to comply with the Davis-Bacon Act which seta
minimum labor standards for Government projects, and Maultsby
and Button have sworn out affidavits that they are paying full,
legal wages.
Yet the sworn payrolls list some employes as receiving more
money than they were actually paid. For example, George B.
Craln, a Journeyman, was listed on the payroll at a salary of
$2.00 per hour. Yet all he received in his pay envelope was SI.50
per hour. Differences such as this would make Maultsby and
Button able to submit lower bids than their competitors.
Craln has sworn out an affidavit against Maultsby and But-
ton, formally charging that he "did receive $1.50-pw hOtfr and
at no time have I received $2.00 per hour as stated on the pay-
rolls which I have examined."
PREVIOUS ERROR
This Isn't the first time Maultsby and Sutton have been care-
less about the Davbs-Bacon Act. In 1949. the firm was charged
by the Navy with "certain irregularities." but finally excused
because the Navy "felt at that time that there might be some
excuse for their apparent disregard of the provisions of the
law, since this was believed to be their first government formal
contract and they were Inexperienced in the administration of
such matters."
So reported George Robinson, officer in charge of construc-
tion at Pensacola.
"As a result of this previous experience," Robinson added,
'the officer In charge of construction issued Instructions to as-
sure that in the event Maultsby and Sutton were low bidder
in any future work they be fully Informed of their respon-
sibilities in connection with the Davis-Bacon Act."
As a result, Maultsby personally was reminded of his previ-
ous violations and was warned to comply with the law, specifical-
ly the wage and hour provisions, before his firm was awarded
its present Navy contract.
"Mr. Maultsby assured that he would abide by the require-
ments, maintain records in proper order and submit all neces-
sary reports and data promptly," Robinson reported to the Navy
Department in Washington.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
The Texas Elks, who gave General MacArthur the $6,000
Cadillac, have found themselves holding the bag for bout
$2 000 They expected some of the big oilmen to make up the
kitty for the Cadillac, but the money didn't come in as expect-
ed Congressman Dick Simpson of Pennsylvania, who helped
.vrite the new tax bill. Is expecting another $00 personal, ex-
emption. He already has five, and he doesn't care much wheth-
er the new one is a boy or a girl... The British, who don t
particularly like Trygve Lie. have been grooming a Dutchman.
Van Heuven Goldhardt. to be the next secretary-general of the
United Nations. However. Goldhardt has made a botch of his pre-
sent UJi. refugee Job, Wasted $100.000 given him by the Ford
Foundation by paying for a survey, when all the facts on re-
fugees are already known without spending any money...' July
3 was the fifth anniversary of signing the National Mental Health
Act. first legislation for nation-wide efforts to control rnental
illness. Increasing progress has been achieved by the Public
Health Service since then.
(Copyright. 1951. Bv The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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Feature NY Fashion Show
BY ELIZABETH TOOMEY
NEW YORK, July II (UP)The
softly feminine clothes which are
so prominent in fall fashions are
made from a startling selection
of fabrics.
Visiting fashion editors, here
for the New York Dress Insti-
tute's week of fall fashion pre-
views, found themselves Jotting
down names like "phony pony"
and "silk seal" at the opening
shows yesterday.
Silk seal is an all-silk knitted
fabric with a fuzzy look, created
especially for designed Claire
McCardell.
In black only, the fabric was
shown in an afternoon dress
with a full skirt, snug bodice and
a handy neckline convertible to
a deep "V."
Phony pony, a fake fur fabric
showed up in Tina Leser's collec-
tion of play clothes. There were
also combinations of worsted and
silk, rayon and nylon, and new
knitted Jerseys with a tweedy
look.
Nobody seems to be skimping,
either. There are more gathers,
tucks, pleats, wrap-around skirts
and Jacket dresses than ever, plus
an abundance of stoles. One blue
wool dress and Jacket designed
by Hannah Troy was shown with
a matching wool stole lined with
lighter blue taffeta. Miss Mc-
Cardell showed a black and grey
striped wool dress, worn with a
matching wool stole line In black
rabbit fur.
The designers have managed to
add the extra yards of fabric
without returning- to the bell-
shaped silhouette of a few bunch
years ago.
"Added material can take off
pounds," claimed Maurice Rent-
ner, who also showed his new fall
clothes to the press yesterday. He
figures too few women have the
figure for a pencil-slim skirt. His
latest idea is the "superimposed
skirt," which Is slim across the
back, and flared out in an apron-
like fulness In the front. Tiny
tucks hold the skirt flat at the
waistline in front.
Rentner thinks a diagonal line
is flattering to most women, too,
so he's included a group called
"off-line" for fall. A gold wool
coat dress opens In a diagonal
line from shoulder to hem, yet
the big covered buttons are set
straight down the front of the
dress.
The feminine look that cant
be achieved by softer lines is
managed with a variety of trim-
mings on all kinds Of fabric.
Hannah Troy used black south-
ache braid in an all-over em-
broidery pattern on the Jacket of
a navy blue wool suit. A simple
black Jersey dress had a tiny
white peter-pan collar and a no-
vel cape-like sleeve.
So far nobody seems especially
concerned with hemlines or
shoulder-lines. For another year,
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BASE DE AVANZADA, Corea, (Urgente), Julio 11
(UP). Un miembro de la delegacin de las Naciones
Unidas a las conferencias para el cese de fuego en Co-
rea, dijo: "El armisticio est mucho mas cerca hoy que
hace 24 horas".
Por su parte, los delegados al- nas coreanos estaban bta-
cieron saber que haban rectu-
rado todos los intentos comu-
nistas de traer asuntos polti-
cos sobre el tapete-
Un comunicado del Cuartel
General decia que "se est >u-
giando algn progreso" pero
que la agenda para las con'c-
tnclas del armisticio no se ha
aprobado an debido a cie.ta
oierencla de opiniones en cun
to a la prioridad de algunos
puntos.
Tambin se ha anunciado que
&c permitir la presenoia de 20
representantes de la preii&a
"dentro del rea de las nego-
ciaciones" en Kaesong manan.-
Sin embargo, no se permitir su
entrada al cuarto de conferen-
cias.
BASE DE AVANZADA. Coica
Julio 11 (UP) Los negociado-
Tes para un cese de fuego tu-
vieron su segunda reunin en
medio de una atmsfera de es-
peranzas producidas por com-
{taratlvamente modesta natuia-
exa de las exigencias rojas pa-
la terminar el conflicto coreai.o.
La segunda reunin comenz
las 9:55 de la maana, y se
tiene la esperanza de que es
delegados de las Naciones Uni-
das y los comunistas puedan
preparar la agenda para s?s
conferencias.
En la primera reunin se ne-
v a cabo el intercambio de
credenciales y se abrieron las
declaraciones de ambos bandos,
en las que el Almirante Joy ai-
virti que o los rojos negocia-
ban de buena f o continuara
la guerra sangrienta.
La radio de Pekn dijo que
"con (\ retiro de las fuerzas ex-
tranjeras, el fin de la guerra de
Corea y el arreglo de los proba-
mente asegurados".
Los rojos propusieron que la
zuna desmilitarizada deba fct
administrada civilmente, tal co-
mo suceda antes de que comer-
zara la guerra el 25 de Junio de
1050. Tambin propusieron q-e
.simultneamente con el esta-
blecimiento de la zona desrr.Ul
tarlzada se Inicien las negoc a-
ciones para el intercambio de
prisioneros de guerra.
Todo parece indicar que nin-
guna de las protestas rojas c-
ifaw a la Pt Coi. al
Celebrar el I. N.
el XL aniversario
de su fundacin
La Asociacin de Graduandos
del Instituto Nacional invita por
este medio a todos los ex-instl-
tutores y a todas las personas
que asi lo tengan a bien, a
participar con ellos la celebra-
cin de su fecha clsica.
Las fiestas se iniciarn el
Erxlmo sbado 14, continuando
asta el martes 17 del corrien-
te mes de julio.
Para los das 14 y 15, nico*
de baile, se han contratado dos
orquestas bien conocidas de lo
localidad panamea y colonen-
se, la Rio Plata de Panam y
la Troplcana de Coln.
Es de esperar un alud de
gente para esos das en el Ins-
tituto Nacional, ya vislumbrn-
dose un desbordamiento de en-
tusiasmo.
Seguiremos inform ando a
nuestros amables favorecedores,
es decir, al pblico todo, el cur-
so de los preparativos mediante
pequeas noticias similares a
esta.
No se discutir el Decreto sobre Control de
Precios hasta tanto presenten el Presupuesto
As lo resolvi la Comisin
Legislativa esta maana en
una sesin extraordinaria
El Ejrcito Chino es capaz de
lanzar un asalto en cualquier
parte del frente de Corea
FRENTE CENTRAL, Corea, Julio 11 (UP). El Te-
niente General James A. Van Fleet advirti que el ejer-
cito chino es capaz de lanzar un asalto en gran escala
en cualquier parto del frente, con las fuerzas que ha es-
tado concentrando.
Convirti el palio
en huerto de canyac
PENSACOLA, Florida, julio 11.
(JP). La esposa de un ma-
rino que se encuentra prestan-
do servicios en el Pacifico y dos
supuestos cmplices se encuen-
tran acusados de cultivar ma-
rihuana en el jardn de la ca-
sa de sta.
Los funcionarios policiales,
encabezados por el inspector de
narcticos del Estado, W. Sapp.
allanaron la casa de la seora
Billie J. Hooke. de 21 aos de
edad, el sbado en la noche,
encontrando semillas de mari-
huana, y varias plantas de es-
te estupefaciente sembradas en
maceteros en el jardn.

La polica dijo que el trio
tambin tena una pequea
cantidad de tierra, a tres millas
de su casa, sembrada con ma-
rihuana.
Junto con la seora Hooke
fueron arrestados Norman Re-
therford, de 2o aos de edad,
mecnico naval estacionado en
Whittlng Field y Robert J.
Banks, locutor de radio.
Los detectives Informaron que
no hay evidencias de que el
trio se haya dedicado a la ven-
ta de la hierba, pero admitie-
ron ser adictos y que sembra-
ban la marihuana porque no
tenan dinero para pagar los
precios de sta en el mercado.
Dijo Van Fleet: "No puedo
calcular su actual podero de
ataque en relacin con sus ata-
ques anteriores, pero estoy se-
guro que este es mucho mayor
que desde hace algn tiempo.
Todos esperamos que el enemi-
go sea sincero en sus deseos
de un cese de fuego, pero el
Octavo Ejrcito se encuentra
en guardia y no abandonar
sus preparativos hasta que el
enemigo demuestre su sinceri-
dad. Nosotros no hemos obser-
vado los preparativos del ene-
migo sin tomar las medidas
necesarias para contrarrestar
su potencial. El Octavo Ejrci-
to est preparado para recibir
al enemigo con lo peor que
pueda traer". i *
Por lo pronto, la fuerza a-
rea no ha cesado de bombar-
dear los aeropuertos comunistas
y las concentraciones de tropas
y abastecimientos asi como sus
posiciones en el frente.
Las superfortalezas aliadas
efectuaron varios bombardeos
contra los patos ferroviarios en
Pyongyang, Hwangjn y Hung-
nam cerca de la costa oriental,
dejando caer 130 toneladas de
bombas en estas estratgicas
reas.
Nuevamente en el
aire "La Tribuna"
La "Tribuna", peridico rauta!
del PRI, comenzar a radiarse
nuevamente, ya que los dirigen-
tes de ese partido lo han ti-
mado necesario para orientar la
opinin pblica.
- La Secretaria General de la
Asamblea inform que la L i-
misln Legislativa Permanente
naba aprobado en la maai.a
de hoy en sesin extraordinaria
una proposicin en el sentido
de que no se discutiera el De-
creto Ley sobre Control de Ve-
cos hasta tanto el rgano E-
jecutlvo remitiera a' su consi-
deracin el proyecto de PreoU-
puesto para los meses que icj-
tan del presente ao.
La Comisin Legislativa se
reuni inmediatamente despus
que recibi el Decreto Ley a-
probado por el Consejo de Ga-
binete y lo reparti a una sub-
comisin compuesta por los HH.
DD. Plinio Vrela y Lorenzo Bu-
uaza, luego de aprobar la pro-
posicin de que hablamos a co-
mienzo de la presente infor-
macin.
El martes llega el
Embajador de los
Estados Unidos
El nuevo Embajador de Esti-
cos Unidos en Panam, seor
Jo'nn Cooper Wiley y su esposa
debern llegar al Istmo el p-
simo martes a bordo del "Hcit-
la" de la United Fruit.
El Embajador Wiley y su e-
posa saldrn de Nueva York
maana 12 de Julio.
Se efectu ayer manifestacin
para pedir al Presidente que
abarate el costo de la vida
Con una concurrencia apro-
ximada de dos mil personas se
efectu ayer la manifestacin
que tena por objeto primor-
dial solicitar al Excelentsimo
seor Presidente de la Rep-
blica el abaratamiento del cos-
to de la vida.
tos manifestantes llevaban
canelones alusivos al alto costo
de los artculos de primera ne-
cesidad, el alquiler de casas, a-
lumbrado electric, etc. Un gran
sector, formado por alumnos de
escuelas secundarlas, abogaba
por la democratizacin de la
enseanza y por la construc-
cin del edificio del Liceo de
Seoritas.
En la Presidencia de la Rep-
blica hizo uso de la palabra el
seor Domingo Barra, repre-
sentante de la Federacin Sin-
dical, quien pronunci un dis-
curso violento en el cual ma-
nifest que el Presiente de la
Repblica tena "siete das pa-
ra resolver el problema del al-
to costo de la vida y treinta
para el del desempleo".
El Excelentsimo seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica, don Al-
clbades Arosemena, manifest
que l condenaba por "Injusta
e inhumana la practica habi-
tual de los acaparamientos, de
las especulaciones y de los ex-
cesos que extorsionan al pue-
blo".
Dijo que "los grandes proble-
mas que la nacionalidad con-
fronta no pueden resolverte por
arte de magia, sino mediante el
estudio constante y la accin
ponderada y firme".
Para terminar el Presidente
manifest que ninguna de las
quejas, ni de las demandas que
se le hablan hecho, sera ob-
jeto de escasa atencin. "MI
gobierno, dijo, est al servicio
del pueblo y por su felicidad
trabaja ton tesn, intensidad y
patriotismo".
Seis vacantes para
civiles en Albrook
La Oficina del Personal Civil
de la Base de Albrook Field ha
anunciado que se encuentran a-
biertas seis posiciones para el-
ites en se lugar.
La lista de empleos es la si-
guiente: un ingeniero civil; un
jflclal de presupuestos; una es-
tengrafa; un galvanizador; un
lavador a vapor y un tcnico de
K'dlo.
Las solicitudes de empleo po-
drn ser enviadas a la Oficina
el Personal' Civil de Albrook
Held, y cualquier otra Informa-
cin podr ser obtenida ai
mismo.
Usaba el dinero de
la comida de sus
hijos para herona
TAMPA, Florida, Julio U (fjP.)
Toms Flrez, de 34 aos de
edad, admiti en la Corte que
naba usado el dinero que ne-
cesitaba para la comida de sus
hijos para comprar herona ju-
rante los ltimos seis aos.
El Juez Joseph Spicola esta-
bleci una fianza de 2,500 d-
lares hasta que ae lleve a Juicio
a Flrez por poseer narcticos.
Flrez fu arrestado junto ion
Gernimo Prez, de 56 aos tt
edad, y la esposa de Prez Jua-
na, de 53 aos, por deteclivs
que haban visto "la venta"
Flrez admiti que l compra-
ba los narcticos a los Prez,
pero stos se negaron.
Prez y su esposa sern juz-
gados en Agosto y debern pie3
tar una fianza de 5,000 dlares
para quedar en libertad.
Reparto de leche
a 15.000 nios se
iniciar pronto
El-Ministro de Educacin, In-
geniero Ricardo J. Bermdez,
inform a "El Panam-Amri-
ca" que en el transcurso de es-
ta semana o a principios de U
prxima, se iniciar la repar-
ticin de leche y bacalao para
15.000 nios panameos, de
acuerdo con un Convenio exis-
tente.
El embarque de dicha leche
lleg a Panam y segn clu-
sulas contractuales tal asisten-
cia social ser por dos aos
Segn se nos ha informado, la
racin que dar el Ministerio
comprende una magnfica do.iis
vitamnica- para el nio pana-
meo.
En esta forma se contribuir
eficazmente a la solucin de i a
crisis existente.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,300
Suspenden los lanzamientos
contra morosos del Seguro
Todos los autos de lanzamiento dictados contra los in-
quilinos morosos de las casas del Seguro Social, fueron sus-
pendidos provisionalmente esta maana, de acuerdo con co-
municado entregado a la prensa por el Licenciado Manuel
Solis P., Gerente de esa institucin.
Dicha decisin fu tomada por el Gerente como una
medida para aliviar la difcil situacin econmica imperan-
te y ser mantenida hasta tanto los auditores del Seguro
Social hagan un estudio sobre la situacin econmica de
cada uno de los inquilinos morosos, para resolver cada caso
dentro de un espritu de comprensin y de Justicia.
Con esta medida se aliviar la difcil situacin por la
que atraviesan numerosas familias de inquilinos de las ca-
sas de Apartamentos del Seguro Social que se ven abocados
a una difcil situacin econmica.
Comienza la Pavimentacin de Calle 50
Esta maana se iniciaron les
bras de pavimentacin del tru-
m de la calle 50, trabajos que
lueron emprendidos por el Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas, Inge-
niero Norberto Navarro, con la
complacencia general. El Inge-
niero don Norberto Navarro, ln-
rorm que la pavimentacin s-
vanzar a un promedio de qui-
nientos pies diarios de concre-
to. Dijo asimismo, que est a-
celerando los trabajos de la es-
tructura de un puente de con-
creto que se construir en el
ro Mataznlllo, que atraviesa la
va-
Se colocarn a los lados de
la Interamericana 200 kmts.
de alambre de pas este mes
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas
Ingeniero Norberto Navarro in-
form en la maana de hoy que
se ha abierto un concurso de
precios para la compra de cua-
trocientos rollos de alambre pa-
ra las cercas que se colocarn
a los lados de la va Interame-
ricana, pues segn el convenio,
este es el primer trabajo que
se debe hacer.
Tambin inform que los tra-
bajos se harn por administra-
cin y que se colocarn apro-
ximadamente 200 kilmetros de
alambre de pas, ya que se va
a trabajar en un tramo de 35
kilmetros y las cercas lleva-
rn cuatro hilos.
Con respecto a las licitaciones
para el movimiento de tierra,
dijo que el prximo jueves diez
y siete llegar a nuestro pais
el Ing. residente de la Comisin
Interamericana. Inf. Harsber-
ger, para discutir ins especifi-
caciones que ya estn termi-
nadas. Una vez agotada la dis-
cusin sobre los diversos puntos
en estudio se abrir a licitacin
estos trabajos.
La Asociacin de
Farmacuticos se
reunir el Dmgo.
Por este medio, la Asociacin
Nacional de Farmacuticos in-
vita a todos las farmacuticos
a la sesin extraordinaria que
tendr lugar el domingo 15 de
los corrientes a las diez y me-
dia de la maana en el Ins-
tituto Nacional.
Nombramientos en el
Hospital Sto. Toms
8e han nombrado las siguien-
tes personas en el Hospital
Santo Toms:
Direccin Mdica: Omayra
Cruz. Oficial de cuarta catego-
ra.
Seccin de Farmacia: Noris
Lockle, Oficial de Primera Ca-
tegora.
8eccin de Diettica: Mario
Herrera, Oficial de Segunda
Categora.
Seccin de Contabilidad y
Caja:
Carmen Urrutia, Oficial de
Primera categora, Ida C. de
Perelra, Oficial de primera ca-
tegora; Berta Brld. Oficial de
2 categora, Encarnacin Do-
mingo, Oficial de 3 categora,
Marcela de la Rosa, Oficial de
5 categora.
Seccin de Estadstica y Bi-
blioteca: Eusebio Vergara C.
Oficial de 2 categora.
Seccin de Almacn y Apro-
visionamiento: Ida C. de Mon-
toto. Oficial de Primera Cate-
gora.
Doming; Muoz de Vsquez,
Oficial de 3 categora.
Seccin Administrativa: Albi-
na Miranda, Oficial de i Cate-
gora.
Seccin de Cocina. Carolina
Lpez. Jefe de Cocina.
8eccin de Personal. Aseo y
Conservacin. Rodrigo Mercado,
Primer Asistente. Alcibiades P-
iPasa a la pclna columna )
"El Gobierno no podr actuar
mientras no se apruebe este
Decreto-Ley".-Min. Samudio
El Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias, Ing. don
David Samudio. declar esta
maana a "El Panam Amri-
ca" que mientras la Comisin
Legislativa Permanente no a-
pruebe el Decreto Ley por el
cual se crea la direccin de
Precios y Abastos y se dictan
medidas para abaratar el costo
de la vida, el Gobierno Nacio-
nal no puede tomar ninguna
medida, pues actualmente no
existe ningn Instrumento le-
gal que le permita intervenir
para fijar los precios de los
artculos y evitar el acapara-
miento.
El Ministro Samudio inform
que el Decreto Ley" enviado a
la Comisin Legislativa, est
siendo estudiado por el Con-
sejo de Economa Nacional. Di-
cho Decreto Ley facultara al
Estado para "regular", por me-
dio de organismos especiales,
las tarifas de los servicios y
los precios de los artculos da
primera necesidad", as como
para "exigir la debida eficacia
en los servicios y la adecuada
calidad de los artculos ali-
menticios".
El Decreto Ley crearla como
dependencia del Ministerio da
Agricultura, Comercio e Indus-
trias la Direccin de Precios f
Abastos con Jurisdiccin en to-
do el territorio de la Repblica
que estar oonstltuida por un
Director de Precios y Abastos y
por una Junta de Ajustes inte-
grada por seis miembros, as:
El presidente del Consejo de
Economa Nacional, dos repre-
sentantes de los consumidores,
un representante de la Indus-
tria, uno en representacin da
los comerciantes minoristas, y
uno en representacin de los
comerciantes mayoristas. Loa
representantes de los consumi-
dores, la Industria y el comer-
(Pasa a la P. . col. 7)
Gran Bretaa e Irn aceptan
el envo del Consejero del
Presidente Truman a Tehern
-^SNDRES, Julio 11 () --
Un portavoz del Gobierno infor-
mo que Gran Bretaa ha reci-
bido complacida las sugestiones
del Presidente Truman sobre el
pleito petrolero con Irn, pero
que a la vez tenia bajo "se.-la
consideracin" recurrir a las
Naciones Unidas.
Aadi que Gran Bretaa se
adhera al ofrecimiento del Pre
sidente Truman de enviar a ri-
eren a su representante pleni-
potenciario W. Averell Harrl-
man para que conferencie cr.n
el Primer Ministro de Irn Mo-
hamad Mossadegh y otros altos
funcionarios iranios;
Sin embargo, el portavoz de-
jo claramente establecido qro
Gran Bretaa no est interesa-
da en la mediacin inmediata
de Estados Unidos en el pleito
petrolero porque no hay razn
alguna para ello. El argumento
britnico es que el conflicto l-
anlo no puede ser sometido i
mediacin si ello implica ms
concesiones por parte de Gran
Bretaa-

IRAN. Julio 11 (UP) Por
su parte, un miembro de la Co-
misin de Nacionalizacin de I-
rn dijo que ste pais ha acep-
tado la propuesta de Truman de
enviar a W. Averell Harrlrr.ar,
a Irn a discutir la situacin.
La oferta del Presidente Tru-
man est contenida en una car-
ta al Primer Ministro Mossa-
degh, y un portavoz dijo que
ms tarde se expedir un comu-
nicado oficial sobre el asunto.
Una serie de actos
tendr lugar desde
el 14 en Miraflores
Los maestros de la Urbaniza-
cin Miraflores estn preparan-
ci una serie de actos con moti-
vo del tercer aniversario de !a
lundacln de esta barriada, el
cual se conmemorar durante
los das catorce y quince de les
corrientes.
Una misa campal ser one-
cida el domingo en la maai.a
y se desarrollar un extenso
programa deportivo y de buhes.
La Comisin encargada de -
l.cis festejos est trabajando ila-
tivamente con el fin de que Di-
ta ao las fiestas queden de lo
...as'lucidas.
El Seguro Social
financiar obra
de las licestas
El Ministerio de Educacin J
la Caja del Seguro Social ade-
lantan conversaciones para es
flnanciamiento del nuevo edi-
ficio del Liceo de Seoritas se-
gn Inform a la prensa el Se-
cretarlo del Ministerio.
En efecto, se nos sigui In-
formando, el Ing. Ricardo 3.
Bermdez y el Lie. Manuel So-
lis P., se reunieron en la ma-
ana de hoy y cruzaron ldeaa
para ver en qu forma la Caja
del Seguro Social interviene en
la construccin del Liceo da
Seoritas en los terrenos da
Paitllla.
Se ha acordado una prxima
reunin con representantes del
Colegio a fin de dar solucin
a este problema educacional
tan urgente.
Esta noche es la
conferencia del
Dr. Jos Kaled
Bajo los auspicios de la C-
mara de Jvenes que de esta
manera Inician una campaa
Ero-salud pblica encaminada a
acer conocer de nuestro pue-
blo los orgenes y medios da
combatir gran nmero de en-
fermedades que azotan a la co-
munidad, el doctor Jos Ka-
led, conocido psiquiatra naci
nal dictar esta noche a las
7 y 30 una conferencia en el
saln de actos de la Escuela
Manuel Jos Hurtado.
El tema que abordar el Dr.
Kaled ser el siguiente: "El
Alcoholismo y las Enfermeda-
des Mentales".
Despus de la conferencia sa
proyectarn dos pelculas: Pro-
blemas Psicolgicos y Psicologa
Infantil Aplicada.
El pblico en general est*
cordlalmente Invitado a este ac-
to de divulgacin cientfica qua
auspicia la Cmara Internacio-
nal d" Jvenes de esta capital.
La entrada ser gratuita.
Cortadas las comunicaciones inglesas con el exterior de Irn
ABADAN, Julio 11 (UP) El Gobierno ocup todos ro la lnea telefnica privada entro Abadan y Basoral Alec Mason, Gerente de la refinera declar que
los medios de comunicacin de propiedad Britnica que en Irak. "*ra imposible para j. F. Cunningham jefe britnico
.,.,,,,,. r i de comunicaciones trabaiar a las ordenes del uobierno de
unen la refinera de Abadan con el mundo exterior. Esta maana se interrumpieron los comunicaciones ^ ^q% ^ ^ ^.^ recafo pflra dej(jr saber q(je $e
En dos cartas
ms de ordenrsel
Gobierno las comunicaciones, se le inform que se corta-daron bajo jurisdiccin del Gobierno.
enviadas a la compaa petrolera, ade- de dicha lnea dejando slo la oficial. Adems, la estacin I propoien tentr juradiccin en las comunicaciones para ,ran,0$ h le a la Gerencia poner en manos del de radio, aviones y omnibuses en servicio con Basora que- e$tar en conocimiento de los proyectos britnicos y lo que el contro,> cinco britnicos del
[stos pretenden'
El Gobierno recibir hoy Jos yacimientos de Twixt,
Aghajari e Isfahan. Estos son los primeros que cambian
de manos desde el comienzo de la crisis. An cuando los
iranios han indicado que no tienen intenciones de asumir
personal quedarn cesan-
tes tan pronto como se efecte el traspaso.



"'UNA DOS
El. PANAMA IMBRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIMfTI
MIRCOLES, JULIO 11. lMf
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3^atiamaAmrtca
MA* WDBraWDUNTS
HARMODIO ARIAS. aimcTO
EL COSTO DE LA VIDA
En las ltimas semanas se han hecho ms fre-
cuentes las protestas por el alza de los precios de
los artculos de primera necesidad. Se advierte sin-
gular inquietud al respecto, principalmente entre
la gente ms necesitada. Por esta razn, el asun-
to merece especial consideracin de la comunidad
toda y, primordialmente, de parte de los dirigen-
tes. Hay otra razn ms poderosa an que explica
y justifica la preocupacin existente: el sentido de
solidaridad humana.
El problema en Panam no es tan sencillo co-
mo parece para algunos. No hay aqu una econo-
ma propia que permita de la noche a la maana
establecer tendencias ms o menos efectivas en la
produccin de artculos o en la cuanta del dinero
circulante. No hay tampoco por ahora facilidades
para crear artificialmente ocupacin que produzca
salarios que avancen siquiera paralelamente con
los costos de los artculos que deben importarse pa-
ra la subsistencia.
Como se ha demostrado en esta columna va-
rias veces, la cuestin de los precios est ntima-
mente vinculada con la de los costos de produc-
cin y de distribucin. No es posible fijar precios
sin tomar en cuenta esos elementos, lo cual envuel-
ve tareas relativamente lentas y nada sencillas. Lo
propio ocurre con la aplicacin de las medidas que
llegue a adoptar la Comisin de Control de los pre-
cios, para los casos de acaparamiento.
Con todo, podran tomarse algunas medidas pa-
ra aliviar la situacin. Es de esperarse que el r-
gano Ejecutivo terminar cuanto antes el estudio
de la Ley de Aranceles, con la mira de rebajar
los impuestos que gravan los artculos de prime-
ra necesidad que no se producen en el pas.
Por otra parte, debe tenerse presente que poco
o nada se conseguira, aun en el caso de que se ob-
tengan rebajas en los precios, si al propio tiempo
se carece de medios para comprar los artculos de
consumo. En otras palabras: hay perceptible rela-
cin entre el precio y la capacidad adquisitiva. Por
lo tanto, es urgente, apremiante, que se encuen-
tren los medios para que disminuya la cesanta.
Aunque es difcil la situacin fiscal, siempre
hay oportunidad de hacer economas, mediante la
eliminacin de los gastos innecesarios, para la cons-
truccin de obras pblicas de utilidad, que propor-
cionen trabajo a los desempleados.
Pero tengase presente que tales medidas no
pueden ser ms que de carcter paliativo, para mi-
tigar temporalmente el' mal que nos aqueja. Sera
un espejismo pretender que el pueblo pueda en cor-
tsimo iapso cambiar su estructura econmica. El
pas tendr que estimular la iniciacin de activida-
des productoras para corregir los errores del pa-
sado. Y esto no puede hacerse en un da, ni depen-
de exclusivamente del gobierno.
o L^arruel
de WASHINGTON
Po, DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Truman apel a Arthur Godfrey para
que lo ayudara en la batalla del control de precios.
WASHINGTON. En me-
dio de la batalla sobre el
control de precios la semana
pasada, el Presidente Truman
llam a Leo de Orsay, abofa-
do del actor radial Arthur
Godfrey, y le pidi encareci-
damente que le pidiera a
Godfrey que usara la radio
para levantar la opinin p-
blica en favor del control de
precios.
Esta apelacin personal, he-
cha por un presidente pat-
tico, quien esta luchando ca-
si slo, nos demuestra la mis
rancie prdida sufrida por
Truman, su incapacidad para
movilizar la opinin pblica.
Dndose cuenta de esta pr-
dida, Truman apel a una
personalidad de la radio pa-
ra que le hiciera el trabajo.
Esto tambin demuestra el
mayor haber de Franklin D.
Roosevelt, su habilidad de ha-
cer llamados al pblico por
sobre la raheza de los Con-
gresistas. El Congreso nunca
rusto de Roosevelt. Muchos
de los congresistas nunca es-
tuvieron de acuerdo con su
poltica. Pero le teman por-
que saban que. con los vo-
tantes, Roosevelt era mucho
mis fuerte que ellos.
Hoy da, sucede todo lo con-
trario y los miembros del
Congreso, cuya especialidad es
tener los odos aguzados, lo
saben muy bien. Ellos saben
oue el Presidente ha tenido
tantas peleas tan ridiculas y
personales, ha insultado a
tanta gente y ha tolerado
tantas ligerezas de parte de
sus allegados que sus muni-
ciones se han gastado.
Los congresistas saben que
despus de haber usado to-
dos los cartuchos contra Paul
Hume, el critico musical:
Bernie Baruch y el Cuerpo
de Infantes de Marina, el
Presidente solo tiene balines
para disparar contra los Se-
nadores que no lo apoyen en
su lucha por el control de
precios. Ellos saben que des-
pus de haber llamado al Se-
nador Fulbright "asno1* coan-
do Investigaba los escndalos
de la Corporacin de Finan-
ciamiento y Reconstruccin, y
despus de haber tolerado les
abrigos dt visn y otras eo-
sas en su propia familia ofi-
cial, el Presidente no podr
decirle nada a los congresis-
tas que pueda hacerles dallo
ron los votantes cuando vo-
ten contra l.
Los congresistas tambin
saben, en el fondo de sus
corazones, que el Presidente
tiene razn en el asunto so-
bre el control de precios. Ellos
saben que la inflacin es el
primer paso hacia la depre-
sin. Pero ellos tambin sa-
ben que Washington tiene
ms "antesalistas" que en
ningn ao; y son los gran-
des ganaderos, algodoneros y
propietarios de casas los que
contribuyen con ms dinero
a sus campaas. Los consu-
midores no contribuyen. Mu-
chas veces ni votan.
Esta es una de las razones
por las cuales el propio diri-
gente del Presidente en el
Senado, Ernest McFarland de
Arizona, vot contra l. Mike
Monroney, el nuevo Senador
de Oklahoma, quien tuvo el
valor de defender el viejo
control de precios y Joe O*
Mahoney, quien se supone es
el representante de la admi-
nistracin, todos le dieron la
espalda al Presidente Harry
Truman. Y el Presidente, in-
capacitado para concentrar al
pueblo, pero con nimos de
lucha, apel a Arthur God-
frey para que viniera en su
ayuda.
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Por DEMOSTENES VERGARA
XII (final)
Entre las medidas sealadas por otros autores para incre-
mentar las rentas del Estado, fiscales, nos parecen recomen-
dables las siguientes:
a) Aplicacin Justa del impuesto catastral.
No oreemos, sin embargo, que se debe basar en el valo
de la venta futura del bien, que podra ser "ficticia"
"evasiva". Debe, en nuestro concepto, efectuarse a base
de estudiosa predacin del valor real atribuble las
propiedades terreno v mejoras por tcnicos idneos,
que na por "peritos" de costumbre actual.
bi Caja de Reaseguros. Esplndida idea del Lie. Don Ernes-
to Mndes.
En 1 relacionado al aspecto fiscal, nuestras consideraciones
anteriores nos sugieren como arbitrios rentsticos:
1.Aumento de Impuestos de Introduccin sobre ciertos ar-
tculos, de acuerdo con la revolucin de nuestra poltica
arancelaria para integrarla como engranaje coherente de
la planificacin de una economa liberadora nacional.
2.Aumente de los impuestos DIRECTOS sobre la renta bru-
ta, v estricta aplicacin por personal honesto, eapacitado
y entrenado.
3.Aumento de recaudaciones sobre Impuestos de importa-
cin v exportacin, y renta, consiguientes a la consecu-
cin por parte de nuestro Gobierno por gestiones di-
plomticas indicadas de:
a) Ms efectivo abastecimiento de las naves que atra-
viesan el Canal, por parte de compaas realmente
panameas.
b) Control estricto del contrabando que se practica en
los comisariatos y "post-exchanges" de la Zona del
Canal.
Anhelamos, para finalizar estas crnicas, hacer nfasis en
que las peripecias fiscales momentneas las consideramos como
resultantes del VACIO casi absoluto de una poltica econmica
nacional cientficamente estructurada. El empirismo y la im-
provisacin generalmente sinnimos de IMPREVISIN^ han
caracterisado nuestra inconsistente poltica hacendarla.
Hemos vislumbrado que los postulados de nuestra racionali-
zacin y emancipacin econmicas, reouerian para su logro:
1.La valorizacin del elemento HOMBRE, mediante la in-
tensificacin de la Edueacin Nacional, consona ees un
filosofa educativa reorientada.
ILa distribucin adecuada y equitativa del elemente TIE-
RRA, como substratum fsico productor do riauesa, con
las consideraciones referentes a su utilixacien cientfica
y racional, ya sea en su aspecto "local", o en su toterra-
lacin con los factores de 1 ecologa ambiental dentro
del marco geogrfico, con miras a la conservacin y re-
novacin de to riquea y a la reversion de tos cicles des-
tructivos provocados en ella per nuestros rutinarios m-
todos agrcolas.
La Importancia cardinal de tos VAS DE COMUNICA-
CIN, como eslabn distributivo del eiclo economice. De
la conveniencia de fomentar la fabricacin de combusti-
bles nacionales para evitar un rengln de "inga" de
nuestros capitales y contribuir, per ende, al robusteci-
miento y suficiencia crecientes de ana economa propia.
4.La creacin de "fuentes de trabaje" con el femente de
Industrias pequeas y medianas, favoreciendo la inver-
sin de capitales nacionales y extranjeros para tos gran-
des empresas de esta ndole. Sealamos las imperativas
precauciones y provlslenes que deberla adoptar el Retad*
para la renovacin de los recursos naturales explotables.
s La impulsin de nuestras actividades comerciales, tip*
ZONAS LIBRES, en lgico aprovechamiento de nuestra
posicin geogrfica excepcional, con plena conciencia en
nuestro legtimo derecho a su disfrute y en la "dignidad'*
de so ejercicio.
.Labor efectiva del Banco Agropecuario. Hacemos mrito
al acertado anlisis que el Sr. Healy, gerente del Chase
Bank, biso de sus deseables funciones, tal cerne expresa-
mos sintticamente en nota anterior.
7 La creacin de la "Corporacin Panamea de Planeaeton
y Fomente Econmico", como de grandes proyecciones
hacia el futuro econmico nacional. No reclamamos in-
vencin de su principio filosfico, ya que reconocimos la
existencia de organismos con fines parecidos en otros
pases de nuestro Continente. Comparamos este organis-
mo con la brjula orientadora de nuestra estructuracin
econmica propia.
Hora es ya de que al empirismo y a la imprevisin se subs-
tituya el ordenamiento y raclonaltsaclon de nuestra economa,
en armona con nuestras peculiaridades ambientales y demogr-
ficas y de nuestra singularsima ubicacin ** *
de el anlisis en la firme realidad sica e histrica, en aqui-
lino avisoramlento del porvenir...
Panam. 8 de Julio de 1951.
Porcentajes comparativos de anuncios
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MIRCOLES. JULIO 11, 1M1
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Se encuentra muy desarrollada
la Ganadera en Venezuela
CARACAS, julio lo. (SE). , en rebao lo mismo que las
Venezuela conoci la ganadera extensa regiones ribereas del
desde los anos ms remotos de Orinoco Durante el pasado siglo
su historia. Los primeros es- '
paoles que cruzaron las aguai
del Atlntico con destino a es-
tas costas venezolanas, traan
ejemplares de ganado vacuno y
de otras especies. Ms tarde
estos parcos ganados doms-
ticos comenzaron a convertirse
en rebaos, los cuales fueron
creciendo y multiplicndose, no
slo en los terrenos aledaos
a 'i!, Prtmeras ciudades, sino
tambin en los llanos lindantes
con la cordillera. Entre las pri-
meras exportaciones de' la co-
lonia aparecen los pies de ga-
nado vacuno En las postrime-
ras de la Colonia la ganadera
era uno de los factores de sig-
nificacin econmica Las lla-
nuras venezolanas eran ricas
la ganadera fue una de las ri-]se le permita continuar vlvicn-
quezas de importancia en el do politicamente a Mao Tse-
Mosc tiene nuevos planes en
relacin con Mao Tze Tung
,.~.',~ ,,JNANA) camarilla pro-sovitica encabe-
HONO KONG, Julio 11 (KUS) | zada por Lu Shao-chl y los
El Kremlin ha decretado que muchos asesores .soviticos des-
tacados en Pekn tienen a Mao
M'i
hr fi
hacer a (arfo
Its laxantes fuertes!
"Hace do alio* le e! anuncio de
ustedes del All-Bran y segu tus
conipjoi No he vuelto a tomar,
detde entonces, una
ola pildora o medi-
cina. All-Bran me.
regulariz perfecta
mente". Esto escribe
voluntariamente el
Sr. Frank J. Biura-
buich, 581 Lathrop
St.. Columbu. O, A usted le puede
ocurrir lo mismo ti tu estreimien-
to te debe a falta de volumen. To-
me una onza del sabroso AJ Bran
cada da y agua en abundancia.
Pronto se tentir otro. Y. aderis.
All Bran lo nutrir, porque es un
alimento, no un
pas.
Las pestes, las guerras civi-
les, la falta de tcnica, la' ca-
rencia de una poltica de pro-
teccin a la Industria pecuaria
fueron luego desmejorando los
rebaos y arruinando algunos
hatos, y por consiguiente fue la
industria pecuaria p e r d lendo
importancia hasta llegar a ser
Insuficiente para atender a las
ms estrictas necesidades del
consumo Interno. Durante va-
rios aos se ha estado impor-
tando de diversos pases carne
y ganados en pie.
De unos pocos aos a esta
parte el pas ha venido preocu-
pndose seriamente por incre-
mentar su industria pecuaria y
mejorar sus razas, mediante la
importacin de sementales Hols-
teln, C e b -Gyr, Pardo-Suizo,
crecidos lotes de vacas y toretes
de estas mismas razas y tam-
bin criollas y cruzadas; esta-
bleciendo puestos de monta en
diferentes lugares del pas; a-
tendiendo tcnicamente el pro-
blema sanitario, el de la zootec-
nia y el del fomento pecuario
propiamente dicho; organizan-
do estaciones experimentales,
enseando el cultivo cientfico
de pastos y el cruce de razas,
fundando potreros comunales,
con pastos cuidadosamente se-
leccionados, etc., etc. Reciente-
mente fue fundado el Institu-
to Nacional contra la fiebre
aftosa organizado por el Estado
para activar la campaa em-
prendida contra este flagelo de
la ganadera. Este Instituto ten-
dr los laboratorios e instala-
ciones necesarias y fabricar
toda clase, de vacunas, y drogas
oara la defensa y desarrollo de
la industria pecuaria.
Al fomento equino se destl-
tung, el regordete Jefe del Es-
tado chino, que ms bien pare-
ce un carnicero, ya que el ge-
neralsimo Stalin y el Politburo
bajo observacin de modo tan
efectivo como si le hubieran
colocado en el microscopio.
Adems, su vida diarla dentro
del antiguo palacio del empe-
an ideado una nueva misin rador est bien atendida por
para el titere que tiene en Pe-
Kn. Los informes procedentes
de la capital comunista no son
claros al exponer cul es exac-
tamente la futura misin de
Mao, pero al menos terminan
con los persistentes rumores de
que haba sido liquidado, que
una mujer sovitica, segn in-
formes procedentes de Taipei,
Formosa. Esta seora no es otra
que la esposa de Mao An-ylng,
el hijo del lder comunista. El
joven Mao fue enviado a Mos-
c cuando era un adolescente
para que estudiara en la uni-
estaba gravemente enfermo olversldad y luego en el colegio
que se encontraba arrestado en para oficiales del Estado Ma-
su casa.
La confirmacin de estos in-
formes se ve en la repetida
mencin del presidente Mao por, .,
la radio de Pekn y la Agen- Muv Poco es 1 Que se sabe
ca Noticiosa de la Nueva Chl- acerca de esta mujer, salvo que
yor, en donde fue compae-
ro del propio hijo del General-
simo Stalin.
muy molesto por las rdenes de
Mosc oblighdole a participar
en la guerra coreana, cuando
l esperaba invadir Formosa a
principios de 1951. La demora
en la expedicin ultramarina
ha permitido que Formosa for-
talezca sus posiciones militares,
especialmente despus de la lle-
gada de la misin militar nor-
teamericana dirigida por el ma-
yor general William C. Chase.
La llamada reforma agraria,
el programa favorito de Liu
Shao-chl, es otro dolor de ca-
beza para Mao. debido a que
ha despertado una gran opo-
sicin de parte de las masas po-
pulares, Incluyendo a los agri-
cultores pobres a quienes se su-
pona que beneficiase la refor-
ma. Conforme a sta, los agri-
cultores pobres no slo se ven
PAGINA TRES
privados de sus tierras, sino que
son castigados con la humilla-
cin o la ejecucin, mientras
que la pobre gente que recibe
pequeas parcelas de terreno
laborable no dispone de dinero
para comprar aperos de labran-
za y abonos para empezar a
cultivarla.
Las fuertes exacciones hechas
en nombre de las "contribucio-
nes voluntarlas para comprar
aviones, tanques y caones", as
como otros impuestos de gue-
rra, han dejado en la inopia a
la gian mayora de las clases
propietarias, si bien el pueblo se
da cuenta de que tales armas
son suministradas a regaa-
dientes por la Rusia Sovitica,
como parte de la desastrosa
aventura de Corea. Puede que
Mao se haya percatado de que
las frecuentes alabanzas ento-, expresan las publicaciones co
nadas en honor de sus logros y munistas, slo tienen *' DroD
de sus virtudes, tal como las sito de levantarle la moral
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na, rganos de propaganda del
"Gobierno del pueblo", mientras
que durante algn tiempo no
haba mencionado su nombre
para nada. Los diarios comu-
nistas estn ensalzando ahora
a Mao por sus habilidades de
lder, sus virtudes y sus logros,
pero lo hacen de modo tan
servil que a los observadores
extranjeros el aplauso les pa-
rece Innecesario y falto de sin-
ceridad.
Estos observadores creen que
Mosc est manejando los hilos
para colocar a Mao- en una
nueva posicin que sirva a los
propsitos perseguidos mundial -
mente por el Soviet, como, por
ejemplo, una nueva Intriga o
una invasin en otro lugar, una
vez lograda una tregua en la
Corea. Esos comentaristas sos- j
peohan un nuevo motivo en la
verbosa adulacin que por lo
visto ha ordenado el vicepre-
sidente Liu Shao-chl. siguiendo
rdenes de Mosc. Liu es bien
conocido como la figura pro-
sovitica en el Politburo de Pe-
kn.
Otro mensaje procedente de
Pekn dijo que durante marzo,
abril y principios de mayo, Mao
permaneci en un segundo pla-
no, dejndolo el primero al
vicepresidente Liu Shao-Chl y
hasta al vicepresidente Ll Chi-
sheng, por lo que toca a reci-
bir las credenciales de los di-
plomticos de los pases detrs
de la Cortina de Hierro. En-
tonces circularon rumores 'de
que el presidente comunista iba
a ser purgado pronto o que
seria desterrado sin mucha bu-
lla, mientras al mismo tiempo
algunos diarlos y declaraciones
de figuras pblicas de los Es-
tados Unidos y de la Gran Bre-
taa expresaban la creencia
y hasta lo predijeron asi de
que Mao se convertira en otro
Tito.
5 SI-.Kremjin se ha enca*gado>J
e que no surjan ms Titos en
ningn otro pas satlite. La
ella y su espaso han estado sir-
viendo de intrpretes cada vez
que el presidente de la China
comunista recibe la visita de
funcionarios soviticos.
Citando a un individuo que
lleg a Taipei procedente de
Pekn, un informante dijo que
Mao estaba y sigue estando
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sonas de edad mediana o avanzadapero un
examen fsico anual la puede descubrir ai co-
mienzo. Consulte al mdico tambin, si sufre
de dolor de cabeza, mareos, disnea, cansan-
cio, pues son seales de aviso de la hiperten-
sin arterialaunque pueden provenir tambin
de otras causas. Deje que lo decida su mdico.
Slo l posee los medios para hacer el diagns-
tico e instituir el tratamiento adecuado.
Ueted y w medicoen colaboracinpueden e\iur
que la hipcnenwon arterial perturbe au tete.
Si al mdico ancuanW su presin arterial
alta, le dir lo que NO I >l HI y lo que PUEDE
usted hacer. "Vida moderada" suele ser la
receta. El comer con exceso, los esfuerzos ex-
tremados, las preocupaciones y la tensin
nerviosa agravan la hipertensin arterial. Por
lo Unto, siga los consejos de su mdico si l le
sugiere restringir sus actividades. La hiperten-
sin arterial, si se descuida, puede causar graves
alecciones del corazn, los rones y el cere-
bro. Pero su mdico puede indicarle cmo
evitar estos malessi usted colabora con l.
Una de laa meforea manera* de ayudar a dominar la alte
pretin aanguinca ea aeguir un rgUmn d$ rida morrmm.
Si Ud. coopera con su medito puede dis-
frutar de una vida larga y provechosa. Gracias a
si ts conocimientos sobre drogas, dietas y ciruga,
l puede hacer mucho para dominar la hiperten-
sin arterialy combat i r serias complicaciones.
Y Ud. puede ayudarlo. Aprenda a no excederse
en el trabajoa suspenderla y descansar con
frecuencia. Evite los trastornos emocionales.
Coma sensatamente, haga ejercicio moderado
con regularidad, y duerma bastante. Si Ud. viva
con prudencia, podr disfrutar de una vida larga
y plena a-pesar de la hipertensin arterial.
Este es un anuncio de una serie dedicada
a los problemas de higiene y talud pblica. Al leerlo, apre-'
ciar usted cmo la colaboracin estrecha con tu mdico no
slo puede proteger sino mejorar tu bienestar fsico y men-
tal, permitindole disfrutar de una vida ms larga y saludable.
aien.B. BihuiHaiMi
Squibb
PRODUCTOS FARMACUTICOS
DESDE 1*58
La hipertensin arterial no tiene por qu
i, AMENAZAR su FUTURO!
SHEAFFER5
DE VENTA EN:
FANAMA:
Cesa Zeldo Joyera Porrea
Librarle Preciado Neve-
dede* Morrlaon la Oflrlna
Moderna Snrhei y Herre-
ra Servicio Lew la.
COLON:
John Surany
;
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R. f.onrlei Revllla j Ca.
Librarla Regional
Arlatldeo Romero.
Repreeentantee: CA. Atla., S.A.
en
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pendientes . compuesto
de dos motivos entre si.
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prendedores que se
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gran surtido diferentes estilos y colorea.
de NOCHE de DIARIO.
CEPILLOS
de nylon para el
cabello.
PAPEL
fino de escribir
para damas.
PERFUMERA PARAGUAS
francesa de las ,
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y en JERSEY de SEDA de la famosa
marca KAYSER un gran surtido de
ROPA INTERIOR para seoras. ,
CAMISONES PETICOTES
PETICOTES DE CINTURA
lindos estilos con encajes y tul
bordados del 32 al 42.
Y Panties en diferentes estilos
desde el 4 al 9.
'!
y ara r/iol...,
JACKETS ?
con sippers para la lluvia en diferente colorea
del 4 a 18 aos.
CALZONCILLOS y CAMISETAS
"COOPER" en diferentes tamaos.
PIJAMAS
en colores surtidos de 4 a 18 anos.
Un bonito Suri ido d$
VESTIDITOS
para nios en hilo y algodn
de 1 a 8 aos.
.
SABANAS y FUNDAS
blancas y en colores de "PEPPERELL"
Tamao 72" x W
BAZAR FRANCES
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P4UINA CUATRO
L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO WDEPKNBIKNTl
MIRCOLES, JULIO 11. 1S51
Cooperan con las caravanas
areas oficiales de la zona
El Doctor Luis C Prieto y el Capitn Herbert A. Keith, den-
tista del Ejrcito de los EE. UU., siguen en sus vuelos de fin de
emana' hacia las aldeas del interior de Panam para suministrar
tencin mdica.
En un Cessna 170. perteneciente al Doctor Prieto, estos do*
doctores visitan regularmente 19 aldeas que estn aisladas unas
de otras por la mala condicin de las carreteras o por la falta
de' ellas.
Estos dos doctores. Prieto y Keith, regalan sus propias me-
dicinas y su propio tiempo en sus viajes a los pueblos suma-
mente distantes unos de otros. Cuando los deberes militares im-
posibilitan al Doctor Kelth de acompaar al Doctor Prieto al In-
ferior de Panam, se hacen arrecios con la Zona del Canal o
con' otro doctor del ejrcito.
Las cuatro personas que acompaaron al Dr. Prieto pilo-
teando su propio avin, en su reciente vuelo desde el aeropuer-
to de Paitilla hasta los pueblos de La Mesa y Tole, fueron: el
Capitn Keith, ya mencionado. Ruth MacDonald, enfermera gra-
duada y partera, y el Cabo Charles Frazier, quien tom las fo-
tografas.
Varias vacas que pastaban en el campo de aterrizaje de La
Mesa se hicieron salir tratando de asustarlas con el umbido del
avin que se vio obligado a dar varias vueltas antes de poder
aterrizar. De una casa escuela cercana que haba sido prepa-
rada como dispensario salieron corriendo varias personas a al-
canzar el avin y ofrecer sus servicios para cargar las medici-
nas, y en seguida, los dos doctores se prepararon para examinar
pacientes. .
El Capitn Kith primeramente escogi los casos ms serios
para darle tratamiento. Los pacientes se sentaban en un escri-
torio viejo y un polica les aguantaba la cabeza mientras el Ca-
pitn Keith aplicaba la anestesia para evitarles dolor. Se aten-
dieron los nios y los muy viejos primero y los dems pacientes
segn el tiempo permita.
Mientras tanto el Doctor Prieto se encontraba sentado sobre
' una silla vieja que amenazaba con desgranarse en cualquier mo-
mento v que estaba cubierta con una piel de venado. Sus pa-
cientes hicieron turno y cuando el doctor hubo terminado do
I examinarlos se procedi a la distribucin de las medicinas pers-
critas puestas sobre una mesa llena de frascos y pildoras.
En la tarde los doctores, la enfermera y el fotgrafo volaron
hacia Tole, en donde tambin atendieron a los enfermos, pero
desgraciadamente se terminaron las medicinas antes de atender
a todos los pacientes. Obscureca ya cuando el avin del Dr.
Prieto aterrizaba en el aeropuerto de Paitilla luego de terminar
otra de sus misiones de caridad en el Interior de la Repblica.
Estos "doctores con alas" regresarn a La Mesa y a Tole
dentro de algunos meses para atender a los enfermos y conti-
nuar en la labor de mejorar la salud de las gentes del interior
de Panam.
HOY a las 8:30 p. m
en las emisoras de la
Radio Programas Continental
con las Famosa
Hnas. CAPRINO
C.".<. RAUL LAVISTA
y la actuacin del celebrado
TRIO CALAVERAS
LIOSO -' <:: dc PHO0UCT0S 01 Cfti '
LOS PRODUCTOS ESSO
Los civiles inician accin contra la
delincuencia en Puerto Armuelles
Sujetos desconocidos violan
los sacos de correos sin que
an hayan sido capturados
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18 a 1 20 21
22 * 25
26 27 28
29 30 31 32
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36 36 37 38 39 40
41 42 1 44
46 46 M 47 *T
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52 53
PUERTO ARMUELLES, Julio
11. (Corresponsal). Despus
del saqueo de la oficina de Co-
rreos, ocurrido hace varias no-
ches, cuando sujetos hasta aho-
ra desconocidos violaron esa
oficina en horas de la noche y
registraron todos los sacos de
correos y abrieron las enco-
miendas postales, se ha lnlola-
do un movimiento civlco para
reprimir el crimen en este dis-
trito.
Funcionarlos pblicos y par-
ticulares de buena voluntad ce-
HORIZONTALES:
1Bienestar fsico.
6Radas o bahas.
13Natural de irn.
14Para echar fresco.
15Lmpara porttil.
16Mueble.
17Artculo, Inv.
18Uno, en Ingls.
19Defuncin.
21Letra castellana.
22Aparato de pesca.
24Instituto Nacional Obrero,
Inlc.
25Agarrar.
26Que cojea.
28Renta anual.
29Fuente para servir sopa.
32Gruesos.
33Conjunto de Instrumentos.
34Animal muy veloz, Inv.
35 Ro de Egipto.
86 Duea, propietaria.
37Asi sea.
41Paso de la cordillera de los
Andes.
42Era de los mahometanos.
44La primera mujer.
45Dios egipcio del sol.
46Quieres con amor.
47Contrario de buenas.
49Ermitao.
51Pone apodos o nombretes.
52Del verbo soler.
53Batracios.
VERTICALES:
1Tubo para trasegar lquidos.
2Embuste, trampa.
3Hogares.
4Artculo.
5Delito.
6Ruta.
7rbol siempre verde.
8Flojo, suelto.
9Escuela Nacional Argentina,
Inlc.
10Caso de pronombre.
11Monacillo.
12Igual al 52 horizontal.
20Yerba medicinal antillana.
21Demostrativo, Pl.
23Aleacin de cierro y carbono
25Inunda.
27Metal precioso.
28Rey de Hungra.
29Curares1.
30Abundante, esplndido.
31Cabello.
32Ramillete, Inv.
34Flojas, descuidadas.
36Piedra semlpreclosa.
3CSanda.
39Eluda.
40Aparatos oara pescar.
42Caudillo rabe.
43Querer con amor.
46Del verbo amar.
48Ro del Paraguay.
50-rPronombre.
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Lamentan el traslado
del Dr. E. Mendieta
RIO GRANDE Julio 10 (Co-
rresponsal) El traslado del
competente y consagrado doctor
Edmundo Mendieta Jefe de la
Unidad Sanitaria de Penonon.
a la ciudad de Antn, ha sido
muy lamentado en esta locali-
dad por que este distingui
profesional mediante un plan de
visita cada quince das que cum
pie rigurosamente presta Impor-
tantes servicios con espritu d*
abnegacin, a los alumnos de
esta escuela y pobladores de es-
ta comunidad que acuden a l
en busca de salud les extlcr.de
recetas despus de un minucioso
reconocimiento y les da conse-
!os oportunos. Su constante con-
tacto con la masa campeona
le ha granjeado muchsimos a-
migos que lo aprecian como m-
dico de toda su confianza. El
doctor Mendieta se aleja de ca-
ta comunidad pero corazones a -
gradecidos sentirn por l In-
destructibles sentimientos de
gratitud.
INDUSTRIAS
TAGAROPULOS, S.A.
Ave Feo. Boyd No. 4041
Coln. R. P. /
Telfonos:
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ECHE FRESCA
MANTEQUILLA FRESCA
RICO HELADO
Todo inspeccionado.
Dor el
Departamento de
Sanidad
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
lebraron una reunin ayer pa-
ra tomar medidas eficaces con-
tra los delincuentes, pues lti-
mamente son frecuentes los ca-
sos de asalto a la vida y pro-
piedad ajenas.
Tanto las autoridades como
los particulares son de opinin
que se hace necesario el au-
mento de las unidades de po-
lica, a fin de que la pobla-
cin sea vigilada adecuadamen-
te durante la noche. Se hace
notar que los agentes del or-
den publico trabajan asidua-
mente en la vigilancia noctur-
na de la ciudad, pero el es-
caso nmero de ellos impide
una vigilancia ms efectiva pa-
ra contrarrestar a los malhe-
chores.
Celebraron un mitin en Pocr
a favor de la construccin
del Primer Qclo de Aguadulce
AGUADULCE, Julio 11 (Co- "Pocri" con don Alejandro Be*
rresponsal) En cumplimiento cerra al frente de las transad*
le\ plan de concentraciones p-
blicas en los diversos lugares ce'.
distrito de Aguadulce y otr-s
poblaciones vecinas a esta mu-
dad, celebr ayer el comit de
accin Pro Escuela Secundarla
ele Aguadulce un grandioso u;l-
tln en la poblacin de Pocri.
Pocas veces se ha visto una
tan esplndida correspondencia
como la que ayer tribut Pocri
al comn esfuerco de realizar
esta escuela tan necesitada por
ja juventud que desea desarro-
llar el pensum de educacin se-
cundarla. Don Pedro Barragan
estuvo muy lucido con su dis-
curso que constituy la plca
clave de la noche. Tambin 1j-
graron gran Inters en sus ex-
posiciones los seores Domingo
R. Hidalgo, Didimo Ros, Rlcaur
te Garca, Ismael Ortega y 'a
secretarla general de los estu-
diantes, seorita -Jjjlrla Rocii'.-
guez, P. pero nulo habra resul-
tado el mitin sin la desintere-
sada colaboracin de "La Voz de
REUMATISMO
Cuando los dolores producido! por
1 reumatismo, artritis, nauriris,
lumbago, citica, msculos adolori-
dos, coyunturas hinchadas, le ator-
menten, obtena Remind en la.
botica en Mgulda. Remind le alivi-
ar* rpidamente, permitindole
dormir y trabajar cmodamente. No
sufra Innecesariamente. Obtenga
Remind hoy mismo.
.iones. La prxima reunin su-
ra celebrada en Nata- ,
Activamente trabajan
los maestros de las
Escuelas de Puerto
PUERTO ARMUELLES, Julio
11. (Corresponsal). Una la-*
bor destacada vienen realizando
los maestros y maestras de Id
escuela de las regiones agrco-
las en donde estn las flnca
de la Chlrlqui Land Co.
Sste corresponsal visit lal
principales fincas de la .Com-
paa Frutera y vl el fundo-
namlento eficiente de las es-
cuelas primarlas, en donde un
cuerpo de maestros panameos,
nombrados por el Estado y pa-
gados por la empresa Agrcola-
Industrial, se dedica a lmpartlf
enseanza en Idioma castella-
no a los millares de nios re-
sidentes en las numerosas fin-
ca.
El prximo viernes tendr lu-
gar una reunin extraordina-
ria de todos los maestros i
maestras que se darn cita en
este puerto para una confe-
rencia sobre fines educativos y
culturales. Se tiene entendido
que los maestros aprovecharn
la oportunidad para hacer in-
dicaciones y sugestiones para la
mejor marcha de los planteles
educativos en esa Important}
regln bananera.
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accin instantnea y efecto
duradero, es de cudruple
accin porque contiene:
C^s^lSOM*^^
D.D.T. y CLORDANO,
para efectos duraderos}
ISOBORNIL y PIRETRI-
AS, para matar insecto
instantneamente.
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MIRCOLES, JULIO 11, 151
O. PANAMA AMERICA DI ARIO INUrPIfOJIENT
FAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Redaccin Social
\
Ttlfono t-lMI
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
HORAS: l:M a 14:94 a.m.
Apartado 114
Almuerzo
En honor de 8.E. el Ministro
de Panam en Italia Lie. Feli-
pe O. Peres y Sra. 8X. el Mi-
nistro de Italia en Panam
Barn Antonio Rosset Dessan-
dre y Sra. Franca Rosset Des-
sandre ofrecieron hoy un al-
muerzo en el Hotel El Panam.
T
En honor de la Srta. Maria
Teresa Healy quien contraer
matrimonio el sbado, las bras.
Ylyl U. de Cucaln y Delia A.
de Cucaln y la Srta. Marttza
Urlbe, ofrecieron ayer un t en
la residencia de la ltima.
Comida s
En la residencia del Br. MiKe
Bllonlclc y Sra. Ana Parades de
Bllonlck, sern agasajados hoy
con una comida la Srta. Maria
Teresa Healy y el Lie. Roberto
Alemn. El gata] o lo ofrecen
los hermanos del Lie. Alemn
y han sido invitados un gran
nmero dr sus- amistades.
Aniversario de Matrlmoino
Celebran en esta fecha el
aniversario de su matrimonio
el Sr. Antonio Zubieta y Sra.
Teresa Paredes de Zubleta. Pa-
ra ellos nuestras felicitaciones
en esta grata ocasin.
Funcin del Club
Interamerkano de Mujeres
Hoy a las 4 p.m. se exhibir
en el cine ce Diablo Heights
una pelcula sobn Sur Amrica
y Guatemala, gentileza, de la
Pan-American Airways. Se in-
vita a las socias del Club Pan-
americano de Mujeres a esta
funcin cinematogrfica, la que
no dudamos resultar muy In-
teresante.
LA VERDAD ES...
que a mi familia le gusta comer
bien y cuando sirvo algo de su
agrado no vacilan en prodi-
garme alabanzas. Por ejemplo,
la sopa de vegetales que les
serv recientemente...
Qu sabrosa! exclamaron a
coro. Me halag muchsimo,
pero demos al Csar lo que es
del Csar. La verdad es que w
deba a que aquella sopa era
Sopa de Vegetales Campbell's.
Asi se lo dije. Pap estaba
asombrado.
Es que Campbell's hace esta
deliciosa y nutritiva aopales
expliqu cocinando muchos
vegetales distintos, en plena
madurez, en un rico y substan-
cioso caldo de carne de res. Y
todo lo que tengo que hacer es
agregar igual cantidad de agua,
calentarlo ya la mesa!
Pap gui un ojo y dijo son-
riente:
Casi una comida completa.
Para Argentina
Acompaado de su comitiva
sigui para Buenos Aires, Ar-
gentina, despus de haber per*
manecido tren dias en Panam
como husped de honor de
nuestro gobierno, el 8r. Juan
Arvalo, ex-Presldente de Gua-
temala. Deseamos un fells viaje
a tan distinguido viajero.
Para Costa Rica
Sigui para San Jos de Cos-
ta Rica a pasar varios dias de
descanso la Sra. Rosarlo' A. de
Gallndo. La despedimos.
Dspedlmoa muy atentamente
es*-
[Para Rega
Ate. Tvoli No. 16
mkaimftMjaona dim
COMPRE HOYAAISAAO
ESTE PRECIOSO JUEGO
SOLO / 24 71 "N.UA-.S
ALCONTADQA PLAZOS O POR.
CLU9 EN LA
lPATIV t'on cada 'ue* de rec"mara obsequiaremos
UrvnilJ. 2 lindas lmparas de noche.
"JUDERA
AVE.CENTRALyCALL6 21E.>1>TEIS.2-1830
Y 2-1833
al Sr. Mario Fado, quien sigui
para San Jos de Costa Rica.
lugar de su residencia.
Para Nieta York
Un feliz viaje deseamos al
Ing. Toms Guardia y Sra. An-
gela F. de Guardia, quienes si-
guieron para Nueva York.
Para Chile
8.1. el Embajador de Gua-
temala en Chile Dr. R. Garca
Montenegro y Sra. siguieron
para Ch'>, despus de haber
pasado varios dias en esta Ca-
pital huespedes del Hotel El
Panam.
Para Guatemala
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en esta ciudad visi-
tando a sus familiares sigui
Sara Guatemala la Sra. Alicia
rln de Rudeke, a quien des-
pedimos y deseamos una grata
travesa.
De Canad
Acompaado de sus hijos
Adolto Eduardo y Juan Pabio
lleg a esta ciudad procedente
de Canad el Sr. Mario Carva-
jal. Viene el Sr. Carvajal a reu-
nirse con su esposa doa Em-
ma Quelquejeu de Carvajal,
quien se encuentra en sta vi-
sitando a sus familiares. Le da-
mos nuestra bienvenida.
De Nuera York
Nuestro saludo para la Srta.
Judith Parada Arlas quien des-
pus de haber pasado varios
meses de vacaciones en Nueva
York se encuentra nuevamente
entre nosotros.
De Europa
Han regresado de su tempo-
rada de paseo por Europa, el
Dr. Alfonso de la Torre y Sra,
Berta Vrela de da la Torre,
Los saludamos muy atentamen-
te.
De Nuevo York
Han regresado de Nueva York
donde pasaron una temporada
el Sr. Camilo Quelquejeu y Sra.
Tancha "uller de Quelquejeu.
Para ellos nuestra bienvenida.
Nuestro salud para la Sra.
Dorothy di Soala, esposa del
8ub-Gerente del Hotel El Pana-
m, quiei por la va martima
JJaa a esta ciudad a reunirse
con su esposo.
'Un ao en Corea' ser
exhibida por primera
vez en Latinoamrica
De los empresarios de Pana-
m, que si demuestran un ver-
dadero Inters en presentar al
pblico panameo los ms re-
cientes sucesos, de toda ndole
y de mayor Importancia, pode-
mos sealar a don Francisco J.
Pbrega, gerente general del
Teatro Central, quien acaba de
ser objeto de una calurosa fe-
licitacin por ser su teatro el
"Central" el primero en Am-
rica Latina en presentar el do-
cumental "Un Ao en Corea", el
cual comenzar a exhibirse des-
de maana en el Central, jun-
to con el estreno "El Hijo Que
Vuelve" con Alan Ladd y Mona
Fredman.
El misterio de los
Platillos Voladores
Un misterio que apasion al
mundo, dando lugar a miles de
encendidas conjeturas, ha sido
el de los platillos voladores. Al
fin podr usted ver la verdad
sobre este asunto en el valio-
so corto cientfico "El Misterio
de los Platillos Voladores", que
en forma exclusiva exhibir
desde maana el Teatro Cecilia.
Este interesantsimo corto sir-
ve de complemento al gran es-
treno doble: "ngel 8in Alma"
con John Carroll y Vera Rals-
ton y "La 8elva Ruge", estu-
pendo y verdico drama de la
selva.
ga Zarak.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Ins Arlas de de la Guar-
dia.
Sra. Mara Cristina Aroseme-
na de de Roux.
Sra. Lola de la Guardia de
Zubieta.
. Srta. Carmen Hortensia Re-
mn.
Nio Jos Saltelro.
NJUBOftES
na
Advenimiento
Hasta Washington, lugar don-
de residen, enviamos nuestras
felicitaciones al' Sr. Ricardo
Mir y Sra. Elena Mndez de
Mir, por el feliz arribo de su
primognita, que llevar por
nombre Elena Isabel, ocurrido
el lunes con toda felicidad.
enferme
Guarda cama en su residen-
cia, el nio Roberto E. Arlas,
a quien deseamos una pronta
convalecencia.
Restablecidos
En vas de franca convale-
cencia abandon hoy la Clni-
ca San Fernando el fir. Jos. A.
Zubleta, noticia que anotamos
con sump complacencia.
3e encuentra nuevamente en
su residencia el nio Juan Es-
klldsen Arlas, despus de haber
sido sor-ctido a intervencin
quirrgica en San Fernando.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sr. Teresa Endara de Rupp
Sr. Aquilino de la Guardia
Sr. Guillermo Vega Amador
r. Ollberto A. "Vega
Nia Elida del carmen Cor-
e Zubleta.
Nia Mara Pia Conzanni.
Nia Carmen Ins Fbre-
Alivie loe malsitnret del erttnago
tomando PEPTO-BISMOL.
Mucho mdico* lo recomiendan. Y
que PEPTO-BISMOL fien
reto aabor, ejerce accin adama,
y no ni alcalino al 1.tanta.
Cuando aienu maleetare* del cat
mago, pida en su farmacia
PEPTO-BISMOL.
fS DN PRODUCTO NORWICH.
*&**>
TABOGA
La Fiesta de la Virgen del (armen
ser eelebrada este ao eon gran devocin y jbilo: Ce-
remonias religiosas, carnavalea acuticos, feria y bailes,
dorante los das sbado, domingo y lunes prximos.
EL PARASO LA RESTINGA ofrece especial atencin a
todos sus haspodes y para comodidad de sus clientes
aumentar el serttelo de lanchas asi:

Pdese investigacin del tratamiento
dado a los prisioneros de guerra
en los frentes de batalla de Corea
NACIONES UNIDAS julio 11
(USIS). La sugestin de que
se efecte una Investigacin im-
parcial obre el tratamiento que
se da a los prisioneros y ci-
viles a ambos lados de las li-
neas de batalla en Corea, hecha
por un grupo neutral, est con-
tenida eti una carta del Em-
bajador de EE. UU. warren R.
Austin a la ONU en la que
se sugiere que esta institucin
haga uso de su influencia con
la Unin Sovitica para per-
mitir que la investigacin pue-
da llevarse a cabo detris da
las lineas comunistas.
Austin indica en su carta que
esta investigacin sera llevada
a cabo por la Cruz Roja Inter-
nacional. Hace notar que la
Cruz Roja tiene completa liber-
tad de Investigacin detrs de
las lineas del comando unifica-
do de la ONU.
El delegado de EE. UU. lla-
m la atencin del Consejo
hacia el hecho de que los co-
...... ......In i.
munlstas se han negado en re-
petidas ocasiones a permitir a
la Cruz Roja entrar en las zo-
nas bajo su control. Adems, di-
jo, los comunistas se han ne-
gado a dar seguridades de que
sus fuerzas cumollran las con-
venciones internacionales sobre
la guerra.
En contraste con ello, ase-
ver Austin, el Comando Uni-
ficado de la ONU ha cumplido
escrupulosamente todas ias es-
tipulaciones de las Convencio-
nes de Olnebra sobre prisione-
ros y civiles. Las fuerzas de la.s
Naciones Unidas han atendido a
enfermos y heridos del enemigo,
protegido a los civiles en la
zona de batalla y prestado cui-
dado y proteccin a los prisio-
neros de guerra, en explcito
cumplimiento de los compromi-
sos Internacionales contenidos
en el cdigo de Ginebra.
.-.. "Ri Aviso n-M^tuno'
VENTA ESPECIAL
10%
MENOS de su COSTO
O en toda la mercanca
DURANTE el mes de JULIO
ALMACN

VISITE
Y VEA
Todo lo que Ud. necesite on artculos da
vestir do primara calidad,. para caballo-
rol, jvenes y nifio, lo encontrar on al
Almacn "EL CANAL A NIVEL
Avenida Central-41 Front al Teatro
FAVORITA DE FARUK?Esta simptica bailarina Dawlath
Solimn, est bailando en los cabarets de Frankfurt, Alemania.
El cabaret la anunci como una de las favoritas de Farouk, pero
el Cnsul General de Egipto protest por el "irrespeto".
NUESTRO CLUB es el MEJOR
con im'cVcs de MEJOR CALIDAD
a los precios MAS BAJOS
JUEGOS DE SALA CON PLSTICOS
de PRIMERA CALIDAD, desde B/.3.50
Le ofrecemos
lindos juegos de
SALA SIMMONS
y DIVANES sueltos
BJiAfiU.
"La Casa de los Vidrios
y los Linleos."
AVE. CENTRAL No. 86
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NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento dt los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
i
Mnimo poi
12 palabras.
3 por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
AVC Tlveh No 4
Tal. 2-2S1
KIUSKO DE LESSEPS
Parque de
Panam
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 de Julie
Tel. : 5441
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave. Melando* It.tM
Tel. 235Coln.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Oeele Ne. H.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla "H" Ne. 17 renam
Ave. Cantal 11-17Cala.
CALCOS A LA HABANA
MIRCOLES, JULIO 11. 1851
SE VENDE
Miscelnea
SI VINDEN:Cloros, lufcerie iefre,
ecern econalado fu-Te i .jtin
aislador poro cisloi rasoii rr.cdt-
m, lavamenoi encusadei. etc.
lo precio mis hjjoi en plexo.
AGENCIA; GLOBALES. Vii Espo-
lea. Matando o Juon Franco Tal
3-1503
SE ALQUILA
A|iartaniento9
SE VENDE:Uno planto "ONAN"
re 2 K. W. D. C .110 Volt. $250.
00. Aperlado 931, Tel. 89S-L. Co-
ln.
SE VENDE: Vidriaros Mostrador.
Varios tamaos. Antonio' In-
nove:
SE VENDE.Coft iocionel en gra-
no al poi moyor. Productos Na-
cionales S. A. Teleforo 2-0023.
Apartado '.934 Panam.
SE ALQUILADepartamcrrto una ra-
cimara, piso bajo, entrada inde-
pendiente. $50.00. Edificio AL-
BERTINA. Avenidas Ecuador y
Mxico. Cuidadora tiene llaves.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento. 3 reca-
maras, salo, comedor. Carretero
Pueblo Nuevo. Visto Hermosa 59
Ocurro olli mismo.
SE ALQUILA:Apcrtamer-.to Barrio
de El Carmen, la. Calle otras de la
bombo de gasolina vieja, frente o
Juan Franco.
SE VENDE:Discos de msica ecua-
toriana. Curso de Ingls con dis-
cos, Jorge Leignadier 3 2 323
SE VENDE:Piano "Lester". Cobollo
de paso. Carretero Pueblo Nuevo,
Vista Hermoso 59 Ocurra all
mismo.
SE VENDEN:Dos vidrieras de po-
red 38 x 54 pulgados. Propias bi-
lletes o prendera, baratas. "La
Milagroso" Montescrin 2.
ALAMBRE DE PAS. Rollos de 86
lbs. a B.8.25. Inodoros de tana.ua
aja completos, con asientos a
.44.95. Pinturas y ssmorras LU-
CAS a precios de costa, colores
surtidos. ALMACN EL CONDOR"
Avenida Norte No. 60.
SE ALQUILA:Exclusivamente para
oficina, el apartamento No. 6 de
lo Cesa No 98 de la Ave. Central
(Altos de la Kodakl por B.36.C0.
Ocurro 4 Quiiano, calle 8a. "o.
15.
SE ALQUILANApartamentos B.50.
00 y B.35 OC. Infrmese oficina
Geloberl, Jernimo de la Ossa
No. 10.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE Buick Special De Luxe
1950, seis meses uso, 5,000 mi-
llas, muchos extras. Lime Fort
Guhck 88-220.
COMPRO camin tipo mua tamao
grande. Pago contado. Prefiero sin
derechos. Dirjase: Ureta, Central
191.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE VENDE:Camin chasis "Stude-
boker" Mod M.I7. doble dife-
rencio!, motor perfecta condicin,
siete Montas 8.25 x 20 Michellin,
muy buen estado, un ao uso.
Precio mdico. Llame telfono 555-
J, Coln.
SE NFCESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Secretaria con ex-
periencia. Destilara Centrol S. A.
Avenida Norte No. 70.
SE NECESITA: Poro americano.
Cuarto con servicio v enlrodo in-
dependiente, sin muebles Llamar
Corozal 4287. 8 o. m. a 4 p. m.
SE NECESITA: AGENTE VENDE-
DOR paro el Club de la Joyera
Hawaii Ave. Central 56
SF ALQUILA:Cmodo apartamento
en Avenida Norte No 41. Pora in-
formes ocurre o Ingeniera Ama-
do, S. A. Ave. Mxico y Calle 27
Este. Tel. 3-0050.
SE ALQUILA:A persona responsa-
ble, moderno y cmodo oparta-
mento de dos recamaros, sala-co-
meder, porcfi. cuarto de empleada
con servicio, garage, en los oltos
de la casa No. 51 de la Calle 50
por B. 100.00. Ocurro a Quijano.
Colle 8o. N. 15.
SE ALQUILA
Cuarto*
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con bueno
alimentacin, para solteros, pre-
ferible estudlontes, barrio residen-
cio! Telfom, 5-2267.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDEEstufa gos 4 quemadores,
horno. Tel. 3-1574. alie 40 No.
13.
SE VENDE:Cama grande con col-
chn Simmons. Dorin 5. tercer
piso departamento 7, de 12 a 2
p. m.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
CA. 01 LIKVRE Tal. 2-J3J2
VENDE LOTES
Paso imciol mnimo B. 100.00
Mensual B. 15.00
a Lotes con Callas y Acueductot da
la Ciudad desda B.1.00 I mevro.
a Alquilamos culpo pasado pcio
movimiento da tierra,
o Alquilarnos Iotas o largos plazos,
a Club de Iotas. 8.3.00 y B.i.00
semana ia*
CUIA
COMERCIAL
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene poro lo
vento .Acciones de lo Cervecera.
SE VENDEChalet en calle 10, Nue-
vo Cristbal. Informes Francisco
Frogomeni. Telfono IM5-L, Co-
ln.
SE VENDE:Lote lindo, elevado y '
plano, de 1.100 M2 en Colla 10o,:
Paitillo, a poCos pasos de la Ca-
He 50. Acuda a Caso Fastllch, Cen-'
tral 161.
SE VENDE:Se traspasa local cn-:
trico, alquiler B. 135.00. por B. j
500.00 contado y pequeo saldo o
5 meses. Tel. 2-0428 de 8-12, 2-
5 p. m.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ofi-
cios domsticos. Via Porras 130.
SE NECESITACocinero que sepa
cocinar. Colle 48 No. 33.
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
referencias. Buen sueldo, calle 41
No. 19.
: NECESITA:Sirvienta con ex-
periencia, paro oficios domsticos.
Informes Dulcera Astorio. Colle P
No. 3, al lodo Teatro Apolo.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet para vaca-
ciones en El Volcn, gas para co-
cinar, chimenea francesa, acorn-1
da 6 se alquilo por semana, mes |
o ms Cristbal. 3-2324 de 4:301
6:30 p. m.
Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los xelfonos:
2-2930
2-1619
Con motivo de la Inauguracin del nuevo Candromo de La Habana parten de Miami con
rumbo a esta capital a bordo de varios Clippers cargueros de la Pan American World Air-
ways 600 perros de carrera. Los animales viajan tal como aparecen en la (oto,, con bozal y
cadena, pero no en. jaulas, en grupos de 100 galgos por Clipper. Los directores de la pista
habanera, que cost $1,000,000 v tiene capacidad para 20,000 personas, informan que la pri-
mera temporada se prolongar por espacio de 150 das.
^Amup at C umplt
ump
'fllllOS
SE ALOUILA: Magnifico cuarto
amoblado, frente ol mor, servicio
independiente, excelente vecinda-
rio. No. 5. primero escalera. Plaza
2 de Enero.
NECESITO: Carguera con reco-!
mendacin pora cuidar nios. Buen
sueldo. Avenida Norte No. 4, bo-
los.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con expe-
riencia. Debe dormir en el tra-
baio. Calle 50 Este No. 48.
SE NECESITA:Cojera y empleadas
poro El Club Zomby Buen uelrio.
. Carlos A. Mendozo No. 65. Tel.
2-0135.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto paro hombre
solo Sin muebles. Avenida Central
No. 79. All informan de 2 a 6 p.
SE NECESITA:Empleado, Debe dor-
mir empleo. Colle 14, Son Fran-
cisco No. 26, familia Piango.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado pa-
ra uno o ms cabolleros en casa de
familia. Tel. 2-2109.
SE NECESITA:Vendedores de se-
guros, efe. tienen bueno oportuni-
dad de aumentar sus ingresos, ven-
diendo refrigeradoras ADMIRAL.
No tienen que Hejor su empleo
presente. Coso Sparton, Central
223, Calidonia.
SE NECESITAEmpleado pora aten- SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
cocinar, paro oficios domsticos.
Debe dormir empleo, referencias.
Colle 49 Este No. 24.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
B.6.00 por semana, paro hombre,
Avenida Lefevra, Porque Lefevre,
No. 32.
qr vento de fiambre. Deber te-
ner experiencia, habilidad de ven-
dedor y referencia. Por favor no
se presante si no llena esos requi-
sito";, ni llame por telfono. Mer-
cado Modelo. Calle 29 Este y Ave
Justo Arosemena.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera que duer-
ma en el empleo. Calle la. No.
13.
Termin la huelga
airea que comenz
ayer en La Habana
HABANA. Julio 11 (UP)* La
huelga area iniciada ayer ter-
min al aceptar los dirigentes
oe la unin la peticin del Pre-
sidente Prio de que regresar *n
i. sus trbalos a las seis de la
maana de hoy.
Los dirigentes de la unin tin
rirn una reunin con el Pr. i-
Jente Prio maana a las 10 de
U maana para discutir las e-
xigenclas de los empleado* de
.as lineas areas.
VENTA ESPECIAL
Estufas a gas de 3 fogones y
horno, con encendedor auto-
mtico v control de tempera-
tura, slo
B/. 69.50
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Precios especiles por quincena o
mes. Pora informes dirjase o Pen- !
Mn Ponam, Calle 6a. No 3. Sr. I
Guitmer. De 8 a II o. m. o 7 i
p. m. en adelante.
Porine'fcsKHHCOS
xaininaiiPRWEMIos
SE NECESITA: Cocinera y lavon-
dero, preferible una persona pora
ambos oficios. Campo Alegre, calle
52 No. 20. Familia de la Guardia.
SE NECESITA:Emplaaaa oara lim-
pela y acomodo da lo coso. Da-
ba dormir en el trabaja y tener
recomendacin de su empleo an-
terior. Venga de 5 o 7 a. m. Es-
Otiino de Balboa y calle 33, casa
45.
SE ALQUIL,":Local pora oficino.
arriba del Teatro Central.
MISCELNEA
Gnese oigo axtro vendiendo club de
relojes pora lo Joyera Hawoii.
Ave. Centrgl 56.
No necesita ser calvo, la cado del
pelo se cura pronto v seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la cospo,
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todas las buenas
farmacias.
RONES?
UNA VERDADERA GANGA!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Central 223. Calidonia.
Tel. 2-1M1.
eOIOUC DE IA CONDICIN DI
IOS IONES DCPiNOI IA
SAIJD Y IA AllOSIA.
Cl MEDICO rO> 10 CENEIAL
Al DIAGNOSTICA! EXAMINA
IOS UONES AIA Vil IA
CONDICIN EN OUE SE
ENCUENTIAN.
rOIOUE SI IOS NONES NO
tSAIAJAN NOIMAIMENTE
fUMINANDO IAS MATEIIAS
IMPUSAS. NO PODEMOS SENTD-
. NOS SIEN.
OENE4A1MENTE IAS COMPAAS
Ol SEGUIOS IIHUSAN ASIOUIAI
PERSONAS ENPEtMAS DI IOS
UONES.
EIMEDIOOsabe
lo que hace!
6i uate-d no m tlenu bien, mire
prim pro a tut rlAonn Dolor de
etp*ida de esbeu. cansancio. d>-
i*os muy frecuente* de orinar.
reumaiumo. Insomnio, dolores en
las pierna, mareos jr ner\ losiamo
son indlcsclonea de deficiencia de
loa rinone* Si usted tlenr
algunos de estos snto-
mas entonces tome hoy
mismo las PildorasDodd a
Las Pildora* Dodd a son
un remedio probado para
loa rones usado por
miles de personas durante
mas de medio
slflo Pida
las Pildoras
Dodd s Cal ja
laa legitimas
T sjanuinai
'veta 'a
Pildoras Dodd's
L_____Para loa Riftonn
I Este ei el bfindis de los
I que conocen cl benfico
efecto de SAL HEPTICA.
' y dos cuckWaditas de
i SAL HEPTICA, en un
veso de age, son une
bebida agradable que
laxa con suavidad, gran
eficacia y rapidez. Las
dosis de SAL HEPTICA
resulten muy econmicas.
Compre el tamao mayor.
Desde el primer clavo
hasta que la casa est
a, su disposicin le
ofrecemos siempre los
mejores materiales de
construccin y pintu-
ras Sherwin Williams
que le darn seguri-
dad y completa satis-
faccin
A veces una
SOGA o CADENA
puede serle til si la tiene
a mano en su casa o
en el carro.
Tenemos an gran surtido
de todas clases v tamaos.
GEO. F. N0VEY, Inc.
Avenida Central 279
Tel. 3-0140
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln

Ricardo A. Mir,
S. A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
Hoy 11 de Julio un nuevo ao
saluda a la Asociacin de Mu-
jeres Universitarias de Panam,
organizacin cultural y cvica
de la mujer panamea que ha
sabido granjearse las simpatas
de nuestn pueblo por su labor
digna de encomio, enaltecedora
de los principios culturales, in-
telectuales y humanitarios de
nuestra patria.
Sus once aos de existencia
son once eslabones de ardua
labor que han permitido colo-
car a AMUP entre las primeras
de las organizaciones cvicas
de nuestro pas.
Su inic.acin se debi a a
idea conjunta de un grupo c!e
mujeres muy estimadas en nes
tra sociedad, son ellas la Da.
Concha Pea. Da. Oeorgina
de Lpez, Da. Otilia A. de Te-
Jeira y Da. Graciela M. de
Cantoral. Complacidas deben
estar ellas hoy al poder palpar
el fruto de esa semilla que sem-
braron el feliz 11 de Julio de
1940.
Soy un elemento nuevo e'n el
seno de AMUP, pero en el cor-
to tiempo de estar vinculada
a las actividades de esta orga-
nizacin he podido cerciorarme
que trabajando para AMUP se
trabaja fecundamente en el
engranje de nuestra vida como
pas culto y civilizado.
Quiero en este dia felicitar a
AMUP y hacer mis mejores
votos porque muchos aos ms
saluden felizmente a esta aso-
ciacin orgullo de nuestra pa-
tria y fruto de la labor de la
mujer universitaria panamea.
Vita Moflea. ,
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424.
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
s
2' x 6 t 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle IS Cate Na. 4 Tal. 22ta*
TAXI
RADIO
20 MAS PUEDEN VIAJAR -
TAN BARATO COMO I
24 Horas Tel. n n^ a a
de Servicio Pan. J'JJ'f'w
gencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
BATERAS
"Eveready"
CLAVOS
Galvanizados para zinc
PICOS
y ZAPAPICOS
"CoUin"
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Saln De Belleza Lola
o Expertas Operaras
o Precios Razonables
o Alie Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
AEITOO?
oseKLYNOS
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
senerales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 39 E 22
Tel 3-1713
I No hay por qu aterrarse! . .
Combata las olorosa* caries
usando la Crema Dental Kolynoa
todos loa dfas! . Kolynoa
destruye laa bacterip que pro-
ducen los cidos Lucales que
causan las dolorosas canea. Y
Kolynos embellece los dientea.
Desde hoy, un Kolynoa diaria-
mente! ......
KOLYNOS KT"
Rinde ms
"El Gobierno no
! ci deben ser ciudadanos pana-
meos.
El Decreto Ley determina las
siguientes funciones para la Dl-
I reccln de Precios y Abastos:
a) Investigar los costos de pro-
duccin locales de los diferen-
tes artculos y servicios y los
precios de exportacin de los
mercados de origen de los ar-
tculos importados, como base
para la fijacin de precios de
dichos artculos o servicios en
el territorio nacional, b) Re-
gular y fijar los precios al por
mayor y al por menor de los
artculos de primera necesidad
y las tarifas de los servicios de
utilidad pblica, c) Prevenir,
impedir y sancionar el acapa-
ramiento de dichos artculos he-
cho con el fin de provocar aca-
paramiento o escasez artificial,
di Intervenir, estancar, movili-
zar o distribuir las existencias
de los artculos, siempre que
fuere necesario para prevenir
su encarecimiento o corregir las
restricciones y desplazamientos
Ae la oferta hechos con fines
de especulacin Ilcita, e) De-
cretar cl racionamiento de los
artculos de primera necesidad
y distribuir equitativamente las
cuotas de importacin de mer-
caderas que se le asignen a
nuestro pas. f> -Regular el ar
bastecim lento de los artculos,
mercancas y servicios para la
poblacin civil y para la po-
blacin militar en caso de con-
tingencia declarada por el Es-
tado, gi Verificar la exactitud
de las pesas y medidas y casti-
gar a quienes las alteren.
Corresponder a la Junta de
Ajustes: a) Estudiar y resolver
las proposiciones del director en
ordenar la fijacin de precios
de los artculos de primera ne-
cesidad y de las tasas o tarifas
de los servicios de utilidad pu-
blica, b) Autorizar al director
para la aplicacin de medidas
legales en los casos previstos,
cl Adoptar, oyendo al Director,
las medidas convenientes para
el mejor cumplimiento de los
fines del Decreto Ley.
El mencionado Decreto-Ley
define en la siguiente forma
los artculos de primera necesi-
dad: Todi servicio o mercan-
ca cuyo uso o consumo sea
imprescindible para la satis-
faccin de las necesidades de
alimentacin, servicios mdicos,
vestuario esencial, alojamiento
educacin y transporte del in-
dividuo. El Decreto tambin de-
fine las empresas de utilidad
pblica en la siguiente forma:
"Son empresas de utilidad pu-
blica laa que prestan servicios
pblicos sujetos al pago de ta-
sas o tarifas uniformes fijadas
o aprobadas por organismos
oficiales competentes, tales co-
mo las de transporte, alumbra-
do, gas, combustible, acueducto
y telecomunicaciones".
Las Infracciones de las dis-
posiciones a que se refiere este
Decreto-Ley sern sancionadas
sumariamente con multas de
diez a dos mil balboas o arres-
to de cinco a noventa das. La
reincidencia podra acarrear el
cierre o la clausura del estable-
cimiento, sin perjuicio de las
responsabilidades penales y ci-
viles en que incurriera el In-
fractor.
Este Decreto-Ley autorizara
al rgano Ejecutivo para com-
prar, mediante licitacin pbli-
ca o con prescindencla de sta,
todos los artculos y mercan-
cas que falten o puedan fal-
tar para el consumo nacional.
Acusan de asesinos
a 3 ex-empleado* !
de un manicomio
MILLEDGEVILLE, Georfa,,
Julio 11 (UP) Tres ex-cin-l
pleados de un manicomio i...u'
sido acusados de asesinato, cu1
relacin con la muerte de La1
paciente.
Los acusados son C. W. Ec-
okum, Alton Lingnold y J. A.,
Hufl, quienes se suponen caosa-,
ron la muerte de Lloyd Hooki,
ci 23 anos de edad, quien .-e-
cncontrado muerto en un lava-i
torio del manicomio con un pt)-l
daze de trapo metido en la boca.1
Los tres acusados sern lleiw
vados a juicio la prxima t-1
nana' !
- 'i
[i
AVISO
CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de, Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
nueve en punto de la maana del dia 13 de Julio del ao
en curso por el suministro de COMESTIBLES Y MATERIAL
DE ASEO para uso del Hospital Santo Toms.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
IOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras-
Panam, 10 de Julio de 1951.
Nombramientos
rez, Primer Asistente. Pablo
Saurl, Oficial de 2 categora..
Jos A. Santiago, Oficial d 3|
categora. Agustn Rueda, Ofi-I
cial de 3 categora. Manuel Pi-'
mi,o. Oficial de 3 categora. M'
nuel Aguilera S. Oficial de 3' ca-
tegora.- Sevetno Grande,- or'
cial de 3 categora. Pedro Vega,]
Oficial de 4 categora. Silverio,
Castillo, Oficial de 4 categora.
Cornelio Federico Rodriguez,
oficial de 4 categora. Luis Be-
jarano, Oficial de 4 categora.
Hernn Cortz, Oficial de 4 ca'
tegoria, Victoriano Garca, Ol'
cial de 4 categora. Pedro E.
Glvez. Oficial de 4 categora.'
Roberto Vergara, Oficial de 41
categora, Delia Montero, Oil-1
cial de 2 categora.
Varios. Matilde Saa de Gon-'
zlez. Oficial de 3 categora,
Raquel Casis, Oficial de 4 cate-
gora.
-----------:---------------- |
El armisticio
tan muy en desacuerdo con el
pensamiento de las Naciones U-
nldas como para que no se pa':-
t.an negociar, a menos fue
otros factores que complique, la
situacin entren en juego.
La delegacin se reunir nue-
vamente en Kaesong el Jut ves
ihora oriental i para celebrar i
tercera reunin con los coniu- !
instas
El General Frank Allen, Oil-1
e.al de Informacin, dijo que
cinco fotgrafos acreditados **>
drian viajar a Kaesong en vn ,
camin sin escolta para tomtf i
.otografias de la conferencia, i
Dijo que el camin enana m,.r- i
tado con la bandera blanca, p3 i
in que era posible que los cui-
dados comunistas no suplean i
gue ste iba a pasar por sis '
lineas. i
El Comando aliado retir .ca
permisos a los periodistas para
asistir a las conferencias por-
gue los negociadores comuaU-
tas dijeron que era demaoiaio
orematuro para que se permi-
tiera la presencia de represin-
cantes de la prensa en sta;.
Sin embargo, no se opuslcroi. a
a presencia de fotgrafos.
Una de las primeras fotogra-
fas tomadas en las negociado
i.es del cese, de fuego en Kae-
song mostraba a un soldado tr-
r.mnista en uniforme sculo*.
cuidando la puerta de la sala
de conferencias. La fotografa
fu tomada por el mayor An(n
i. Walker. Oficial Jefe de fo-
tgrafos del Ejrcito. La mism
fotografa mostraba a tres dete-
;ados comunistas sin ldenUl'-
car saliendo del cuarto de con-
ferencias.
Otra fotografa mostraba a un
soldado norcoreano sentado en
un "jeep" ruso, despus de aa-
berle encendido el clgarriilp a
un soldado norteamericano ^ue
st. encontraba a su lado.
SE NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena presencia eon expe-
riencia en ventas. Ave. Cen-
tral 39 de 8 a 9 aja. la-
mente.


MIRCOLES. JULIO 11, lili
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE ~.
El Basketball Mayor Inicia Hoy Su 2da. Jornada
Randolph Turpin Arrebat El
Campeonato a Ray Robinson
LONDRES. Jail*. 11. (UPl
Randolph Turpin arrebata el
campeonato mundial pese- me-
dio a) monarca Ray Robinson,
en la pelea que sostuvieron
ayer en esta ciudad y ante la
sorpresa de loa aficionados que
haban hecho gran favorito al
campen.
Hl triunfo dl londinense fue
por decisin. Turpin es el pri-
mer britnico en ganar el cam-
peonato peso medio del mundo
desde que.lo obturo Uob Fit-
zimmons. El britnico dio a
Robinson la peor paliza que ha
recibido en toda su carrera, l
solo tena una derrota frente
a Jackie Lamotta al que mas
tarde arrebato el campeonato
que ahora pasa a manos de
Turpin.
Al terminar la pelea dijo
Turpin antes los micrfonos
que tratar de "conservar pa-
ra mi patria el titulo todo el
tiempo que pueda''. De acuer-
do eon el contrato tendr que
pelear en Nueva York con Ro-
binson en el trmino de W
das.
Turpin quien slo hace cua-
tro aos boxea como profesio-
nal h triunfado por nocaut
en 2S tie sus 44 encuentros pre-
vios. Tiene fama de adiestrar-
se eon pesos pesados y se acon-
diciona levantando pesas. En el
cuerpo a cuerpo manej a Ro-
binson con suma facilidad y
constantemente lo castig con
un gancho izquierdo a la cabe-
ra que Robinson no encontr
la forma de aludir. Robinson
e defendi en los ltimos cin-
co asaltos para evitar un no-
caut y solo tuvo un momento
brillante en el dcimo cuando
atac con ambas manos po-
niendo en aprietos a Turpin
pero ste recurri al "clinch"
y dej descansar el cuerpo so-
bre Robinson que se cans.
Mientras Robinson sangrando
por la boca y la naris conti-
nuaba ofreciendo valiente pelea
junto al cuadriltero su esposa
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alsamora
La Sociedad Nacional de Due-
os de Caballos de Carreras
tendr una importante reunin
esta noche a las siete en les
salonea del Clubhouse del Hi-
pdromo.
El aprendiz. A. Cambell que
sufri calda el domingo en la
dcima carrera con la yegua
(Diosa) que tuvo que ser hospi-
talizado ayer tarde en la Clni-
ca de San Fernando.
Randolph Turpin
> hermana lloraban viendo la
inutilidad de sur gestos.
18.000 espectadores presencia-
ron este encuentro y el empre-
sario Jack Solomns calcul en
252.0ft dlares la taquilla, de
los cuales le corresponde a Ro-
binson alrededor de S4.008 que
as la mayor bolsa que se haya
pagado a un boxeador en las
Islas Britnicas. Turpin recibi-
r 25.20.
El Instituto y La Universidad Se
Enfrentan En Ftbol El Viernes
Por Edmundo Vargas
El viernes 13 a las 7. 00 >p.u'
en el cuadro de santa Rita ba-
jo las luces de ese parque, se
dar comienzo al programa de-
portivo en conmemoracin ael
*Co. aniversario de la fundacin
del Nido de guilas, con un re-
ido partido de ftbol entre ios
oncenos representativos de la
Universidad Nacional y el ins-
tituto Nacional en el cual se
disputar un bello trofeo done-
do por el distinguido deportiva
de nuestra localidad Don Toms
Gabriel Duque, quien dar el
saque Inicial.
Este acto ser, amenizado tul
ia banda de tambores y corne-
tas del Instituto Nacional.
Al finalizar este encuentro el
seor Mauricio Menache, depor-
tista conocido en nuestro metf'o
entregar medallas a los Jua-
c'ores ms valiosos del partido-
Tambin se entregar a los
ii.tegrantes de la seleccin ma-
yor de ftbol del Instituto Na-
cional, las medallas ganadas
por estos en, un partido efec-
tuado el ao pasado contra el
colegio Abel Bravo.
"El Haber Participado En El Juego De
Las Estrellas Es Mi Mayor Emocin"
Dijo Despus Del Partido A. Carrasquel
DETROIT, Julio 11 (UP)
Alfonso Carrasquel el venezola-
no que defiende el campo cor-
to de los Medias Blancas de-
clar que el haber participa-
do en el juego de las Estrellas
s la mayor emocin que ha
tenido en el baseball.
El venezolano al cual los afi-
cionados escogieron para de-
fender el campo corto de la Li-
ga Americana celebr su pri-
mera aparicin en este clsico
dando un sencillo en su primer
turno al bate. Explic sus dos
veces al bate, diciendo que apio
vech una bola rpida adentro
de Robin Roberts para conectar
el sencillo. Dijo que pensaba
que los lanzadores de la Liga
Nacional son muy buenos al
igual que su- bateadores.
En la sptima entrada fu
sustituido por Phi! Rizzuto des-
pus de haber dejado su turno
al bate en favor del cubano
Orestes Mifloso. Este dl un ba-
tazo al campo corto en la sexta
entrada al sustituir a Carras-
quel y nuevamente en la nove-
na entrada tras pasar a defen-
der el jardn derecho en lugar
ds Vic Wertz. Conrado Marre-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores proqramas
GRATIS!
Con cada compra de
B .100.00 o mat
obsequiaremos ana
preciosa lmpara!
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
ro el otro cubano seleccionado
observ el desafio desde el ban-
co. No neg el valor de la Liga
Nacional pero dijo que crea
que esos de la Liga Americana
no actuaron en su forma habi-
tual.
Somos de opinin que la prin-
cipal causa de tantas cadas
de jinetes y equinos es el mal
estado en que se encuentra la
cancha del hipdromo.
Belludin PuUdo Futura
Estrella Nacional".
En los crculos hpicos sola-
mente se habla de la magnfica
actuacin que semana tras se-
mana nos est brindando el
joven ltigo nacional Belludin
Pulido. ltimamente lo hemos
visto ganarse muy buenas ca-
rreras y siempre en finales
muy ajustados y contra los me-
jores jinetes que compiten en
nuestro viejo valo sabanero;
otra cosa que ha conseguido y
que es muy esencial en este de-
porte de los Reyes, es la con-
fianza en los dueos de caba-
llos y e 1 pblico apostador.
Nuestras felicitaciones pues pa-
ra Belludin y que siga toman-
do muy en serlo su profesin.
La toma de posesin de la
nueva Directiva de la Sociedad
Nacional de Jinetes, que habia
sido anunciada por esta colum-
na para el lunes pasado, ser
esta tarde a las tres y media
en los Salones del Clubhouse
del Hipdromo.
Social Deportiva
EL FUTBOUSTA SANTIAGO
(Plepa) ANDERSON CELEBRA
HOY S CUMPLEAOS
El deportista y conocido fut-
bolista Santiago (Piap) An-
derson festeja hoy el da de su
cumpleaos. Por tal motivo se-
r agasajado esta noche en su
residencia por un grupo de sus
amistades. Anderson ha defen-
dido los colores patrios en va-
rios torneos internacionales. Pa
ra el amigo y deportista nues-
tras congratulaciones a las mu-
chas que reciba por tal motivo.
Impuso nueva marca
en el levantamiento
a pulso Carlos Chvez
Satisfactorio Torneo de Le-
vantamiento de Pesas efectu
ltimamente la Academia de
Cultura Fsica que dirige el en-
tusiasta y conocido Chacen
Plata.
En esta competencia volvi a
destacarse Carlos Chvez, quien
con un peso personal de 123 3-4
libras, impuso un nuevo record
nacional en e! levantamiento a
pulso con 210 libras. Adems
volvi a realizar la hazaa de
levantar el doble de su peso il
leglstrar un levantamiento on
270 libras.
Entre los atletas que actu.ii un
y sobresalieron, se encuerUian
Julio Bethancourt de 117 lib.as
que totaliz 475 libras; Norman
Creaves de 131 libras, totalize
'90 libras; Rafael Estrada or.
132, acumul 525 libras; kirie
Garca de 146 libras, totaliz
595 libras, y Arturo Vaughn de
150 libras totaliz 545 libras.
Jugarn Danar-Crdenas en las damas,
y Chesterfield vs. Mauricio y Bam vs.
Carta Vieja en el circuito masculino
Beta noche se inicia la se-
gunda Jornada del Basketball
mayor, tanto del circuito mas-
culino como del femenino, de la
Liga Provincial de Panam con
un programa de tres partidos
entre los equipos:
Chesterfield vs Mauricio
7.00 p.m. Masculino
Daar vs Crdenas
8.30 p.m. Femenino
Bam vs Carta Vieja
9.30 p.m. Masculino
Para sus compromisos de es-
ta noche los equipos se presen-
tarn con sus nminas comple-
tas y algunos cambios en sus
lneas de acuerdo con las pre-
sentaciones que realizaron du-
rante la primera vuelta, y en
vista de la importancia de es-
tos cotejos se esperan tres jue-
gos movidos y reidos.
En el primer encuentro ac-
tuarn dt arbitros F. Perdomo
y Cardales: en el cotejo feme-
nino servirn de arbitros Zach-
rlsson y Naylor Roy, y en el
ltimo partido de la funcin
actuarn Roa y Bula.
Por El Comando Juegan Los 4
Equipos Que Se Presentan
Hoy En El Basket De Catedral
El primer puesto del campeo-
nato de basketball de la Liga de
Catedral puede cambiar de due-
o esta noche, segn los resul-
tados de los dos partidos que o-
frece hoy el torneo en el Gim-
nasio del Mar ann; y ello suce-
der si los punteros del Jar.t-
zen lleguen j perder su compro-
miso y a la vez el ptica Sosa
gane su Juego para pasar en-
tonces al comando.
Los partidos de hoy correr, a
cargo de los quintetos:
La Mueca vs. ptica Sosa
7:30 p-m.
Don eco vs. Jantzen
9 p.m.
Con los resultados de etos
encuentros tenemos adems que
puede formarse un triple em-
pate en el puesto de honor, y
esto suceder si el Deportivo
Mueca y el Don eco salen ai-
rosos, en cuyo caso estos dos e-
quipos Junto con el Jantzen di-
vidirn honores en el primer
puesto.
Como puede apreciarse, las
colocaciones que se disputan n-
tos cuatro conjuntos en los jue-
gos de esta noche son de gian
importancia para sus aspiracio-
nes de conquistar el titulo, por
lo que hay motivos de sobra pa-
ra esperar dos partidos reid-
simos.
Dragones y Frente protagonizan mna.
el juego del base mayor de Sta. Rita
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
O. P. Pje.
Dep. Azteca ......
Dep. Dragones ...
Dep. Granillo ......1 1 ",nn
Fte. Patritico ..... 3 .100
El Frente Patritico que lleva
tres descalabros en lo que v
de la temporada, saldr maa-
na dispuesto a obtener su prl-
S. Miguel y A. Bravo
se enfrentarn el 22
en juego de bisbol
El conjunto local de baseu.-:!
menor Deportivo San Miu<-1.
viajar a Coln el domingo 22
cel presente mes para medii*
con el equipo del Colegio Auel
Bravo en el Estadio de la ciu-
dad atlntica.
Ambos conjuntos estn prac-
ticando con marcado empeo
para este cotejo que se espva
resultar sumamente interesan-
te El Director del equipo, Lloyd
Duncan, pide a todos los Juga-
dores que no falten a las prar-
ticas y reuniones del equipo.
mera victoria en el Juego que
sostendr frente a los Dragones
a las 4.00 p.m. en el Estadio
Olmpico.
El Frente que cuenta en u
mayora con noveles pelotera*
han presentado dura batalla
2 l.MO I jos punteros del Azteca y a sus
" rivales de maana en los jue-
gos anteriores, pero por falta
de experiencia no han podido
anotarse una victoria; en su
lnea tienen a Quijano. Moya,
Elctrico Vlsuete, Castaedas y
Valdesplno quienes confian en
propinar un revs a los Drago-
nes; stos por su parte van
dispuestos a lograr la victoria
para no alejarse del puntero,
ya que una derrota podr de-
jarlos sin opcin para obtener
el primer puesto. L. Vallarino
y J. Ortega sern los encarga-
dos de las serpentinas y ambos
representaron a la Provincia
del Darln en el Campeonato
Nacional celebrado en Chitr.
MERECIDO HOMENAJE SE LE TRIBUTO AL
currldo resalt el homenaje que la Asociacin
tinta Dr. Carlos Ral Morales, y en esta vista
ai popular animador de la Lucha, despus que
justo reconocimiento a su ejemplar y provech
deportistas, vemos en primera linea (parados.
Chito Carrasco, Leopoldo de Len, Pascual Dlt
gel Famiclietti. Luis Friedman, Roy Richards,
Duque, de la Rosa. Mato, Versara, Honell, etc.
nistro de Educacin, el Director General de Ed
ticas damitaa y varios redactores y locutores
DR. CARLOS R. MORALES. Animado y con
Nacional de Luchadores tribut al gran depor-
vemos una parte de los asistentes, rodeando
recibi el bello trofeo como una muestra de-
esa labor en favor de este deporte. Entre los
de Izquierda a derecha), a Augusto Alderete,
rani, Gerardo Jimnez, Dr. C. R. Morales, An-
etc., asi como tambin se aprecian a Cedeo,
A este acto tambin asistieron el seor Mi-
ucacin Fsica, distinguidos deportistas, simpa-
deportivos.

U
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CITACIN DEPORTIVA
FEDERACIN de BASEBALL
Tiene reunin esta noche a
las 7.30 p.m. en el saln de Re-
creo de ir. Cervecera Balboa.
Se pide la puntual asistencia
de todos los Federados por los
puntos de vital Importancia que
se tratarn entre ellos, escoger
la fecha para el examen del
director y asistente de la Se-
leccin Nacional, escoger los
Preselecclonados de las distin-
tas Provincias segn las ternas
presentadas hasta el momenro
y conocer los nombramientos
rie los nuevos Federados.
Arturo Illueca.
Presidente
Inscritos 7 equipos
para el nuevo torneo
capitalino de boliche
En la reunin celebrada ano-
che quedaron abierta las ins-
cripciones para el prximo tor-
neo de boliche que ser auspi-
ciado por "Jantzen", quien da-
r tres bellos trofeos para los
equipos campen, sub-campeon
y tercer puesto.
En la sesin se Inscribieron
los siguientes equipos, quienes
dieron a conocer su respectiva
nmina:
CAFE DURAN
t Jos Padilla, Gabriel de la
Guardia. J Daz, Lorenzo Romagosa,
IMPORTADORA SELECTA
Carlos Chlarl. Carlos Renncrt
Eduardo Cucaln. Osear More-
no, Johnny Whight.
PINOCHO
Celio Grlmaldo, Carlos Bar-
ba. Mauricio Menasche, Abra-
ham Acrlch, Carlos Brln.
PTICA SOSA (ex- Casa Mike)
Mike Maduro. Alberto Arias,
Andrs Flstonlch, Antonio de
Jann, Alberto Arango.
ENTROMETIDOS
Jos Damin. Antonio Da-
min. Tere de Burrell, Enrique
Burrell, Johnny Palma.
TEATRO TROPICAL
Ral Estrioeaut, Rene Estri-
oeaut, rilco Estrlpeaut, Eduardo
Stagg, Julio E. Icaza.
El Carta Vieja tambin en-
treg su inscripcin, pero to-
dava no ha dado la nmina
completa del equipo.
Habindose aprobado un m-
ximo de diez equipos para el
Torneo queda cupo para tres
ms que podrn inscribirse
hasta el da 17 de Julio, fecha
en que se cerrarn las inscrip-
ciones.
Vencieron Las Estrellas De La
Liga Nacional a La Americana
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
DETROIT. Julio 11El equi-
, po de la Liga Nacional se im-
I puso ayer en el clsico Juego
| de las Estrellas a la Liga Ame-
' ricana por anotacin de 8 ca-
I rreras a 3 ante 52.000 especta-
I dores.
El desafio cuya recaudacin
I engrosar los fondos de retiro
I de los peloteros fu el decimo-
sptimo que se. celebra. En 1945
no hubo debido a ia guerra. La
Liga Americana ha triunfado
! en 12 ocasiones.
Magnficos juegos
present el ftbol
de Vista Hermosa
Muy reidos resultaron los
partidos de ftbol celebrados l-
timamente poi la Liga de Vista
lermosa.
El onceno Lord Chesterfield
se impuso en disputado coto jo
..; Orion por la estrecha anota-
cin de 1 tanto a 0. En el o'.ro
choque celebrado entre los mu-
('nachos del Atltlco Chileno y
Deportivo Vista Hermosa qued
mpatado a tres tantos.
En otros de los juegos el Ju-
ventud Catlica se impuso al
Usurado por 2 a 0 y el Millo-
r.ario venci al Ibrico por 2 a 1.
El Mendoza le gan
ayer al Gray por 3-2
en el base de Barraza
El Deportivo Mendoza se Im-
puso ayer al Deportivo Gray
por 3 carreras a 2 en un rei-
do partido que se extendi a an
episodio extra y correspondien-
te al Campeonato de la Liga
de Baseball de Barraza.
Maana en la tarde conti-
nuar la Justa con el part.lo
entre las novenas Crespo vs Mi-
randa. _
Hasta el martes ha
quedado en receso el
volibol intercolegial
Los dos Juegos de las Compe-
tencias Intercoleglales de Vo-
lleyball anunciados para ayer
tarde en el Gimnasio Nacional
se suspendieron con motivo de
! la Manifestacin contra el alto
costo de la vida y el desempleo,
, donde los estudiantes tomaron
' parte activa en dicho acto.
Estos dos juegos a cargo de
los equipos Liceo vs IPA de la
rama femenina y Artes vs Pro-
fesional del circuito masculino
se efectuarn ahora al final
del Calendario, posiblemente "1
4 de Agosto.
Igualmente se nos inform
que los Juegos de estas justas
de Volibol del prximo sbado,
se han suspendido y pospues-
tos para el final del Torneo,
como cooperacin a la Celebra-
cin del Aniversario del Insti-
tuto Nacional, y para dar opor-
tunidad 9 que todos los estu-
diantes se unan al regocijo de
los Institutores.
Lss comoetencias sp reanu-
darn entopces el prximo mar
tes.
Ned Garver en la Liga ds
fuego por k- Liga Americana y
Robin Roberts por la Nacional
dieron comienzo a este Juego (
en el cual hubo cinco cuadran-
glares conectados por Musa!,
Elliott, Wertz, Kell, Hodges y
Klner.
Un total de 12 lncogibles co-
nectaron los ganadores contra
10 de los perdedores. Result
lanzador ganador Mage mien-
tras que carg con la derrota,
Lopat de los Yanquis.
La Liga Americana entr al
cuadro como favorito por 7 a 5,"
pero desde el comienzo los na-
cionales anotaron una carrera,
tres ms en el cuarto, dos en el
sexto una en el sptimo y otra
en el octavo. La Americana,
anot una en el segundo, una
en el cuarto y otra en el quin-
to.
A. Adames result
campen pitcher del
softball bomberil
El destacado lanzador de la
Compaa Numero 1 Alvaro A-
dames, se hizo acreedor a Jos
de los premios que donar pro- .
ximamente la Liga Interna os
aoftball del Cuerpo de Bomberos
los mejores jugadores que mi-
litaron en este circuito.
Adames fu escogido por lo
directores de esta liga en reu-
nin celebrada ayer, como cam- ,
pen pitcher y el Jugador ms
valioso en todo el torneo.
fi
Tambin fu escogido como
mejor centerfielder de la Liga. _
A. McKenzie que milit en el efjy
quipo de la Guardia Perma-
nente. -|rr
El buen
automovilista
no llama
a sus amigos
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el corset que ella cree la hace
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si vals "MI Hroe'", de la ope-
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vacuno.
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