The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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AN INDEPENDENT^
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DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Lei ifce per>p/e icnotc ffce truth and the country is $afe*' Abraham Lincoln.
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XWENTX-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY. JULY 12, 1951
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FIVE CENTS
Talks Break Down; Fear
Communist Double Cross
_______,. Tiic Thp are the North Korean and Chinese Commu-
COMMUNISTS AT EL'MINAR* *?* e^-fhe talks in Kaesong. From left tp right are
ntfl representative at the. P^^^, nS'olcer U. Col. Chai; -and North Ko-
^^^Wto^*Z Th. oth< s are unidentified,---------------------------------
making PLANS TIN negotiators take their places at the
EMDpNEiurijBt
drew i. ""^g^teroreter for the U.S. Army.
Japs Get Easy
Peace Treaty;
Free To Rearm
WASHINGTON. July 12 (UP)
The United States today an-
nounced detailed Allied plans
ior a soft Japanese peace treaty.
Japan will net lull freedom
to rearm and build up its in-
dustries.
It loses some island posses-
sions, but otherwise noes almost
unpunished for the Pearl Har-
bor attack and all the savagery
that followed.
"The treaty 1& truly.one of
reconciliation,'' said John Pos-
ter Dulles, the Republican lead-
er who negotiated the treaty for
the United States.
"Never in modern times
have Tietori In a great and
bitter war applied this prin-
ciple. They haye. in the name
of peace, imposed discrimina-
tions and humiliations that
have bred a new war.
"The present treaty would
avoid that great error."
Dulles made public the text
of the treaty as It was written
bv the United States and Britain
after consultation with their
Allies.
Enough other Western pow-
Blind Man And Amputee Among Iran Charges
CZ's AAA Civilian Volunteers Hague Ruling
Peace Threat
A totally blind man and an ex-
prlsoner of war with an artificial
leg will be among the 286 civilian
volunteers who are preparing for
the opening session of their con-
densed anti-aircraft auxiliary
program tonight at 7:30.
The remarkable volunteers,
Garland F. Dowllng and Guy R.
Exon, are both of Balboa. Of
those chosen to participate in the
AACAP, many volunteers range
from students to housewives,
through every civilian occupa-
tion open in the canal Zone.
Though the average age of the
members is 32-46, there are many
as young as \B[-<. and as old as 67.
Robert H. Brown of Balboa has
the distinction of being the old-
est volunteer and he has been as-
signed to the Automatic Weapons
group.
Tonight's opening session
which will be held at the Panam
Air Depot Hangar on Galllard
Highway will feature a skit show^
ing anti-aircraft crewmen at
work, and will be presented by
members of the 65th AAA Group.
A-'.'county fair'' demonstration
also on the program will orient
the volunteers on the nature of
the AA defense system they will
soon be operating.
yesterday a test workout was
made by all the Instructors who
will take part in the course of In-
struction, under the direction of
the offlcer-ln-charge, MaJ. Man-
ning E. Hutchlnson. Four guns, a
tracker, computer and full mobile
radio unit were put through their i
paces in preparation for tonight's
"how."
A sports-type grandstand Is in
readiness to receive the civilian
spectators of which 173 are men
and 93 women. The prescribed
TEHERAN, July 12 (UP)
Iranian Premier Mohamed Mos-
anu wo wuiucii. no uiiKiiimi' sadegh warned Parliament to-
uniforms which the Army will 'day that world peace was threat-
uniforms wmen uie nriny win aay tnat wona peace was iiireat-
provlde for the volunteers arelene(j by the ruling of the Inter-
Ai.mir.hino .i->.Qro He o crr>oll hat. .*lnnnl nn..* tV.n Uanti
Army-type coveralls, a small hat
and a badge. *
Speeches by Acting Oovernor
Herbert D. Vogel, Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March, Chief of Staff,
U.S. Army Caribbean, and Col.
Sanford J. Goodman, Command-
ing Officer of the 65th AAA
national Court at the Hague
that the Iranian oilfields should
continue to be worked by the
Anglo-Iranian Oil Company un-
der the direction of a joint Brlt-
lsh-Iranhth supervisory board.
4JV ^^ O #* ** *^ w v ^ (^
ed to form a pattern for eventual
utilization of civilian volunteers
in anti-aircraft defense through-
out the States.
A breakdown of the communi-
ties from which volunteers have
been chosen showed the greatest
number coming from Balboa
(90), 43 from Curundu. 32 from
Ancon, 33 Irom Gamboa, 31 from
Diablo and Pedro Miguel and Co-
col! with 19 each.
PROGRESS REPORT As a Communist soldier Heft back-
ground with a tommy-gun stands guard, Col. Andrew J.
Klnney (center) of the U.S. Air force transmUs a rad ophone
report on the preliminary truce talks In KanR. With K>n-
nev are South Korean Lt. Col. Soo Young Lie (left) and Col.
James Murray of the Marine Corps. Reds patrolled Kaesong.
supposedly "neutralized." while talks were going on.
(U.S. Army photo by NBA Radio-Teiephoto)
Kansas Levee Break Floods
Topeka, Routs_ 19,000
TOPERA, July 12 '(UP) A 32 At least six persons have been
I foot earth levee broke today and drowned in high waters along the
Lthe flood waters of the Kansas Kansas and Blue rivers this week,
iver Doured through the break and six others are missing.
1VC1 pwu u___ is ... (h _.immpr
Local Draft Call
Awaits Pres. O.K.
Sometime In August
Headquarters for the Canal
Zone Selective Service organiza-
tion have been established in
the Administration Building at
otner wesiern pow- Balboa Heights, State Director
ers have approved the draft to A. C. Medinger said yesterday
make sure a peace treaty will be offices for each of the two local
The toll for the summer floods
is at least 25.
Gov. Edward F. Arn said that It
was beyond a doubt the most da-
maging flood, from the stand-
point of cost. In the state's histo-
ry 8. D. Flora, state weather-
man from 1905 to 1949. said all
reports indicated it would top the
almost legendary high water of
1903.
Barnard a town of 304 persons
in Lincoln County, reported 7.75
Inches of rain, with more still
falling. Residents made their
way to safety along a railroad
fill.
At Strong City the current in
through the state was cut off by the Neosho River was so strong
I water that small boats could not buck
| Engineers said the summer it to rescue 50 persons stranded
J floods in the Kansas River basin on roof tops. A power boat was
lhave caused more than $75.000.000 rushed to the spot by the Natlon-
1 damage to homes, crops and oth- al Guard.
I Into north Topeka.
I Virtually all the 19,000 resi-
dents of 300 city blocks had fled
| before the tons of water crushed
the levee.
Sirens sounded as the levee,
built in 1908, started crumbling.
kAbout 1000 persons Including
[National Guardsmen, police, fire-
1 men. airmen from Forbes air
I force base. Red Cross workers and
[.volunteers were on the levee.
| All are believed to have escaped
I safely.
Virtually ail of Kansas lay
I stricken today by the worst
I floods In the state's history
Almost every railroad and ev-
I ery transcontinental highway
itriied in San Francisco during
the first week in Spetember.
About 50 countries are being
Invited to sign the treaty then.
Russia apparently will not at-
tend.
Japan will pay no reparations
in cash or materials, because
the Allies agree she can't.
Instead, some of her former
foes will be allowed to ship raw
materials to Japan to be pro-
cessed there and returned.
Thus Japan's limited repara-
tions payments will be in the
form of labor.
The treaty will probably be-
come effective early next year.
Dulles said the peace treaty
will be followed quickly by two
separate agreements for mutual
de'^nse in the Pacific:
1) A Japanese-United States
ag. ?:iient that would allow the
United States to station land,
sen and air forces In Japan.
2) A mutual security agree-
ment between the United States
Australia and New Zealand. This
agreement, modelled after the
Atlantic Pact, is nearly readv
Explosion Wrecks
Jet-Engine Plant
INDIANAPOLIS. Julv 12. (UP)
A gas explosion and fire wreck-
ed a closely-guarded Allison Jet
engine experimental building at
the General Motors Corporation
defense plant here today, killing
six civilian employes.
Major Harold Wilber. air force jn U-J U/., TUf
officer stationed at the plant Ullt Mara WQV I fiat
blamed as vapor for the blast1 _. ... .
and said there was positively no KlSTOl IS WOrKlliQ
sabotage Involved. *
Twenty test cells, in which Jet TWC. ARMY MEN.,
engines are tested before being -
delivered to the Air Force, were
flattened.
boards are now being set up.
he said.
The State headquarters are
Just off the rotunda on the sec-
ond floor of the Administration
Building, in space formerly oc-
cupied bv the Press Office. Mrs.
Bernlce R. Flnley, who has been
named Secretary for the State
Director, will have her office
there.
Space formerly occupied by
the barber shop at the Balboa
Heights Railroad station has
been selected for the office of
Local Board No. 1. This will be
occupied next week.
The office of Local Board No
2 is In room 208, on the second
floor of the Administration
Building in Cristobal.
Registration of United States-
citizen males, between the ages
of 18 and 26, will not take place i
until after the issuance of a
Presidential proclamation and a
subsequent proclamation by
Governor F. K. Newcomer. The
registration. Mr. Medinger said,
will probalv not be before the
last of August of the early part
of September.
The local boards will divide
their Jurisdiction exactly as is
done for the two Canal Zone
Magistrate's Courts. Local Board
No. 1 will have Jurisdiction of
the southern section of the Ca-
nal Zone, including Gamboa.
Local Board No. 2 will have
charge of that area north of
Gamboa in the Canal Zone.
Air Force Reports
Only 17 B-36s Ready
To Carry Atom Bombs
WASHINGTON. July 12 (UP)
The Air Force told a super-
secret House Armed Services
Committee meeting today that
lt has only 87 atom bomb car-
rying B-36 Bombers ready to go
into action, some Committee
members reported.
One member, who has criticiz-
ed the B-36 Bomber program
in the past, told a reporter his
colleagues were "shocked" by
the Information. Another said
figures prove the B-36 program
is a failure.
Members said the information
was given reluctantly by Brig.
Gen. W. C. Sweeney, an Air
Force plans officer, under ques-
tioning by Rep. Dewey Short.
R., Mo.
Asked about the reported fig-
ures, an Air Force spokesman
said that "Information about
the number of B-36's we have
is classified (secret)."
The members, who did not
want to be quoted bv name, said
Sweeney reported 87 of the Big
Bombers are readv for action
now and 60 or so more are in
process of modernization.
Production lines are turning
out from two to three of the
B-36 bombers a month, the gen-
eral was quoted as saying.
He said the
left Iran
oil crisis had
ing Ofte of fte esth am ft Iran ,n a crltlcal state of
Group will highlight the inaugu- lnflatlon and demanded the
ral session this evening. --------km.
The program is a test deslgn-
PEACE CAMP, July 12 (UP) Until the Reds post
allied press convoys through to Kaesong the United Nations
negotiators will not attend the ceasefire conferences in
the city.
This breakdown of the talks came while reports from
elsewhere on the front spoke ominously of a huge buildup
of Red forces, and warned of fears of a gigantic double
cross by the Communists.
Next move in the holdup, which began when the Reds
banned a 20-man press team today, is up to the Reds.
The Allied negotiators stayed back in this camp to-
day. There is no information on whether they will fly to
Kaesong tomorrow for the third day qHhe ceasefire talks.
The pressmen concerned have been alerted to be ready
to travel.
The issue is regarded as a showdown to determine
whether the United Nations and Communists have equal
rights at the Kaesong negotiations, or whether the Com-
munists will run the show.
passage of three finance bills
to meet the emergency.
Iran has already rejected the
International Court's decision.
Meanwhile the British Ambas-
sador to Iran, Sir Francis She-
pherd, gave a cool reception to
reports of the impending arriv-
al of President Truman's special
adviser W. Averell Harrlman.
He said he did not see any
point In Harrlman's coming,
since Mossadegh accepted Mr.
Truman's offer to send him on
condition that any talks would
have to be within the frame-
work of the oil nationalization
la*.
DC-3 Crashes In
Rio; 29 Killed
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 12
(UP) A DC-3 operated by Ll-
nha Aerea Paullsta plunged in-
to the Sal River, near Aracaju,
today, on a scheduled flight from
Recife to Rio. All 25 passensers
and the crew of four were killed.
At Gao airport, French West
Africa, a French nir force C-47
Dakota crashed, killing eight and
seriously Injuring nine.
United Nations chief negotia-
tor Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy
told the Communists in two
straightforward messages today
there will be ho further talks till
United Nations convoys In-
cluding the press are passed
into Kaesong without interfer-
ence. _
United Nations Supreme Com-
mander Gen. Matthew B. Ridft-
way, formally Informed North
Korean General Nam U through
Joy yesterday that as of today
Western press representatives
would be regarded as part of the
United Nations delegation.
Reports from elsewhere on the
front said 400.000 Reds were mas-
sed above the United Nations
battle lines; and more are com-
ing In.
Almost at the same time as a
one-eyed Chinese officer turn-
ed back the press convoy nine
miles south of Kaesong this
morning the United Nations
army admitted officially that
"neutral" Kaesong is In Com-
munist hands. iammmm 4
So far the Red radio at Pel-courage that
Ding has made no mention of the I
4 Sergeants9
Roses Cheer
Cancer Girl
ATLANTA, July 12 (UP)
Betty Thompson now gets a
dozen red roses every day to re-
mind her that she Is a symbol
of bravery to four Air Force
sergeants in Korea.
"We are four guy a long way
from home writing to our girl."
said a letter to the cancer-strik-
en beauty which accompanied
the first delivery of her dally
dozen roses. "You will always
be our girl for you have shown
us a bravery that we respect, a
sweetness that we love and ft
Is unsurpassed."
signed by
Local Boys To Play At Lyndhurst;
2 More Youngsters To Make Trip
Pacific Little League All-Stars will play all their games
in the eliminations of the Little World Series tournament
'* "fifSS X'depeU on the date of arrival and
condition o7the boy.. The local team will probably draw
mi lives in the course of elimination,
Yesterdav a blj donation of $1,281.85 by the Army
put The LlU.e League over the top In It. $5,000 drive for
funds to send the local champions to States to compete
in the series which nets underway late this imonth.
The Army's contribution plus severa other donation,
made vesterdav brought the fund to a total |S,zi.i. ,
I eague officials then disclosed that the over-sub-
scription created by the Army's large donation will pro-
vide funds for two more boys to moke the trip. The
original plan called for 14 youngsters. Three adults will
accompany the 16 boys. ^________________i_________
tin" of V%Terdday'"emeretlr^; as and William H McGann
-^ghu/VlnglKo4^. Bmb
The Sergeants sent a money
order to a florist here to ar-
range for the roses for Betty.
Betty, 18. recently broke off
her engagement with sailor Tom
Amburn, who flew to the girl's
beside when he learned she was
doomed by cancer but was
aulckly called home by his wor-
ried mother. __________
Army Differential
Extended 30 Days
The Civilian Personnel Office,
of U. S. Army Caribbean, Pan-
ama area, announced today thai
permission has been given fof
a thirty day extension from
Julv 1st, in the payment of sa-
lary differentials to Army civil-
ian employes of U8ARCARD3.
Movie Star Edmund Gwenn Enjoys His
Panama Rest; Recalls Flattening GBS
2 Army Men Find
Governor Newcomer
Returning Saturday
By HINDI DIAMOND
successful than expected.
Both men are now In Fort
Clayton hospital with slight
gunshot wounds.
Governor Newcomer Is ex-! Pfc. C. L. Green, who has an
pected to return to the Isthmus Injury tp his left hand, was
by air Saturday morning, it was showing his gun to Cpl. W. C.
announced today at Balboa Gibson, now ptisslng the middle
Helehts | finger of his right hand.
He was called to Washington i The one bullet nickel both,
by the Senate Appropriations! The two soldiers, both mem-
,Committee and left last Sunday, bers of A company, 33rd infan-
>r'n7oMrtv"fhls week the flood- The Cottonwood was 20 feet He was expected to appear be- try, were on duty near Pedro
KPexPected to^Tus* a fui- over flood stage and rising at fore the Committee early this, Migue1 locks at the time of the
ther $10,000,000 damage. Strong City. week. acciaenu
"You are a rogue, a vagabond
and will die in the gutter" Ed-
mund Gwenn's father predicted
when he turned him out of the
house because he chose to be an
actor. And by a strange coinci-
dence the first role the young
Thespian landed was in a play
called "Rogue and Vagabond."
The veteran actor whose
heart-warming portrayal pf San-
ta Claus won him the coveted
Oscar for "The Miracle of 34th
A soldier set about showing Street" arrived Saturday for a
another how his .45 pistol work- short vacation In Panama, but
ed yesterday. because of Illness (which Dr. Ig-
The demonstration was more nacio Fabrega is now rapidly
curing.) has spent most of his
time seelnn the sights from his
hotel-room balcony.
The cordial sincerity he con-
veys in his screen characteriza-
tions Is very much in evidence in
real life. For Gwennthe gen-
tleman and scholarIs a com-
pletely captivating person.
CHARACTER ACTOR
EDMt'ND GWENN
a different play. After a company because Shaw detested
fra?XngVen Durin?on? rehearsal he berated
When he finally "made the Gwenn. told him to put more life
that comes naturally after tour- lnc the wlfes lover for a nnai
S'nnK^SnSSSS^rS ^.i^w you how to do ItT
pantomime to Shakespeare. Once Shaw "towu'4 the time
he reached London he stayed- yelled to <** ^S^ the
for 30 consecutive years. rehearse the fight. Ill play me
His first real success wo. be-
in* hand-picked by the master
playwright himself. George
Bernard Show, for "Man and
Superman." Shaw became his
dramatic godfather both for
the stage and the screen from
that moment on.
According to Gwenn. GBS. was
With tliis invitation. Gwenn,
portravine outrage, let one go.
and landed the playwright flat
on his bock. Getting to his feet,
Shaw brushed hi. trousers off.
extremely pleased with the
realism disployed.
"You see" he said pleasantly.
|VS, puvitlne P.rm. HI. W" 5S. ,S.r..b hI 'rt.iil V- youriwrtlnti It."
Edmund Gwenn, who has beea
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he eot for his trouble then was an audience.
free board, but no salary) he says The 10 years he considers In-
,naify~"coa~xed Into makin* his in Hollywood for MVf* c"-
first movie out of the play "How slders the movie .colony home,
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Grace Line Signs
New Agreement
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP)
The Federal Maritime Commis-
sion has approved the treaty ior
Joint operations between the Chi-
lean Steamship Company of
South America, the Grace Line
and the Gulf and South Ameri-
can Steamship Company.
The agreement between the
Grace Line and the South Amer-
ican Company relates to cargo
6olng from the east coast of the
nlted States to Chile and the
ships carrying Chilean copper
bound for the east coast of North
America.
The commission announced
that each company agrees to
maintain a minimum of 25 ships
in operation to the south annual-
ly, with a period of not more than
25 days between voyages. At the
same time, 15 ships must be in
operation to the north, with 30
days between trips.
Other decisions the commission
approved were treaties between
the Grand Colombian group and
the Grace and Lykes Brothers
Steamship Company with regard
to shipments of Colombian cof-
fee to the United States.
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Braniff Opens Branch Office
At El Panam
The opening of a new branch
office of Braniff International
Airways in the shopping arcade
of the Hotel El Panam has been
announced by William Taylor,
acting manager of the airline for
Panam and Ecuador.
The office will be open from 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. dally, closing only
between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Tele-
phone for the new office is (di-
rect connection) 3-4726, and the
hotel's number. 3-1660, extension
130.
'"The company is pleased to
open this new office addition to
its principal office," stated Tay-
lor, "In order to offer all travel-
ers staying at El Panam full fac-
ilities to make their reservations
and to obtain any information
necessary concerning arrivals and
departures by Braniff airplanes.
"Braniff Airways operates five
flights weekly in both directions
through the modern national air-
port of Tocumen." continued Tay-
lor, "and of fers the advantages of
its being the only line out of Pan-
am which flies directly to Hav-
ana. It IB also the only alrJlne
which operates into Latin Amer-
ica from ivlthln the United States
borders s our flights arrive di-
rect at each important Middle-
western iities as Houston. Okla-
homa dtjV, Kansas City, Chicago,
Denver aria Memphis."
InL*Un -Aovertoa/' added
TaylOr, "our company serves
Havana, Panam, Guayaquil, Li-
ma, Rio de Janeiro, La Paz. Asun-
cion, and Buepos Aires with di-
rect flights and without chang-
ing planes."
Branlfi's principal office for
Panam City will continue at 18
Tivoll Avenue.
PAA Traffic Reaches
High Mark of Year
The beginning of the Latin-A-
merican vacation season gives
Pan American World Airways'
Latin American Division Its best
seven-day traffic volume of the
year.
Traffic compilations show PAA
Clippers flew 18,539,611 passen-
ger-miles during the week end-
ing July 5. This compares to 16,-
066,516 passenger-miles fpr the
preceding seven-day period and
14,726,491 for the corresponding
week In 1950.
Clipper cargo Is keeping pace
with t^ils year's Increasing pas-
senger travel. A total of 344,815
pounds was carried by PAA out
of Miami for the week ending
July 5, compared to 269.119
pounds the same week last year.
"Flying Magazine" Editor
Is Panam Visitor
Max Karant, Editor of "Flying
Magazine'' of Washington, D. C,
was in Panama last night on a
short stop-over^ en route to Bo-
got, Colombia. Karant was fly-
ing a personal Piper Cub plane
on a survey trip of cost and dif-
ficulties for personal plane tour-
ists in Central America.
During his stay he was the
guest of Colonel and Mrs. John
C. L. Adams. A similar survey was
written for Flying Magazine by
Col. Adams two years ago, and
Karant was following up the orig-
inal article. Both he and Adams
are associates of the Aviation
Writers Association, an organiza-
tion of professional writers of
aviation.
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played by Sherman Stearns at
the Regency Club In New York.
Stearns is a very bold bidder but
has so calm a manner that he
seldom gets doubled even when
he is far out on a very unsound
limb. As today's hand shows, he
knows how to get the most out of
his cardsand perhaps a little
extra.
When West opened the five of
spades Stearns played low from
the dummy and East won with
the queen. East returned the
deuce of diamonds, South put up
the king and West won with the
ace. West then cashed the queen
of diamonds and led the three of
spades.
Stearns correctly decided that
the king of spades was in the East
hand. Hence he had to put up
the ace of spades. After this he
needed the rest of the tricks.
How was this to be accomplish-
ed? For one thing, it was neces-
sary to Kuess which defender had
the queen of hearts. Moreover it
was vital to take the third round
of trumps with dummy's king on-
ly after declarer's three top clubs
had been gotten out of the way.
This would leave dummy in posi-
tion to cash the fourth club with
all trumps drawn.
Stearns decided that West's
shortness in spades Indicated
some length in hearts. This, as he
knew, was not a certainty but
was slightly better than an even
chance. Hence he decided to play
West for the queen of hearts.
After taking dummy's ace of
spades he returned to his hand
with the ace of clubs and led the
nine of hearts towards dummy.
West naturally played low not
suspecting what South was up to.
Stearns let the nine of hearts
ride and then drew a second
round of trump with the ace. Now
he could cash the king and queen
of clubs. Finally he led a trump
to dummy's king In order to dis-
card the Jack of spades on the
jack of clubs.
Catun Post Office
Opens Tomorrow
At Clubhouse
The Gatun Postoffice will be
moved to its new location in the
Clubhouse on tomorrow morn-
ing, instead of on Saturday as
previously announced.
The move will be started at 7
a. m. tomorrow and it is ex-
pected that the Postoffice will be
open for .business bv about 9:30
a. m.
The regular opening hour Is
8:30 a. m.


THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAOt
15 Commies ('Times Are Tough') !fk Hike Mid & Top Bracket
Can't Find $171,000 Bondsmen^ Drop S|* iamm
By CLAIRE COX
NEW YORK, July 12 (UP) Federal JudSe Sylvester
J. Ryan cancelled the $171,000 bail of 15 of 17 "second
string" indicted Communist leaders yesterday and sent
them to jail until they can get the bail money from a source
other than the leftist Civil Rights Congress.
Ryan banned the CRC as bondsman for any more ar-
rested Reds because four convicted Communist politburo
members skipped their $80,000 bail, and CRC bail fund
officials have refused to give any information about them.
He denied, however, a Government motion to increase
bail for the 15 to a total of $876,000.
"I can not in justice to these defendants charge them
with the non-appearance of four other defendants," Ryan
said.
Defense Attorney Harold- I.
Cammer said the ban on the CRC
ball fund would make It almost
Impossible for his clients to raise
any money. .
The CRC, which hasia ball
fund of nearly Sl.0M.tM, post-
ed the $171,000 last month for
the 15 men and women charred
with conspiring to teach and
advocate the violent overthrow
of the V. 8. Government. The
two other defendants made bail
totalling $15,000 frjm other
sources'.
Cammer urged the court before
Rvan's first ruling was made to
allow the defendants "a reason-
able opportunity to secure sub-
stitute surety to provide substi-
tute ball."
Ryan told him he was not go-
ing to allow any delay and that
he felt the ball fund "should be
immediately adjudicated disqua-
lified to enter into any bond for
any defendant.-'
The alleged conspirators
against the U. 8. Government
said they have no other friends
to put up the money.
Cammer said times are tough
for the Reds. Only the CRC will
come forward with ball, he said.
"People who come forward and
ay 'I'll put up ball for Commu-
nists' may lose their Jobs. Their
neighbors won't talk to them.
Their children are harrassed. And
they get Into all kinds of trou-
b'-"
U. 8- Attorney Irving H. Saypol
to d the court that three CRC bail
fund trustees "figuratively
thumbed their noses at the court"
in refusing to tell the court ear-
lier this week the names of de-
positors in the fund.
Saypol said the Government
had so little information about
the fund that "one might as
well conjecture that these
funds might have"**** brought
In from foreign source."
The Communists were arrested
June 20 on charges of conspiring
with 12 first string Communist
leaders to set up the present
Communist Party as a group of
{ersons teaching and advocating
he overthrow of the U. 8. Gov-
ernment bv force and violence.
The CRC put up $260,000 ball
for 11 first-string Reds who were
convicted of criminal conspiracy
in 1949. A few days after the sec-
ond batch of 17 were arrested,
four of the convicted Reds jump-
ed their ball of $20,000 each and
became fugitive* on the day they
were to have started serving
three-to-five year sentences.
Another four, second stringers,
who were to have been arrested
with the 17, also vanished.
Isthmian Medicos
To Heor Lectures
On Tellowjack'
The 536th meeting of the Med-
ical Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held at the
G o r g a s Memorial Laboratory.
Panam, R.P., on Tuesday, at 7:30
p.m.
The following scientific prog-
ram will be presented by mem-
bers of the Gorgas Memorial La-
boratory :
"Wild Life Surveys for Yellow
Fever in Panam and Mexico," by
Dr. Herbert C. C'ark.
"Survey of Diurnal Forest Mos-
Virginia Beauty
Was FBI Insider
In Red Outfit
WASHINGTON. July 12 (UPi
An attractive Virginia house-
wife who acted the daring role
of counter-spv for the FBI said
yesterday that Communists are
making a major effort to in-
filtrate the nation's steel in-
dustry.
Mrs. Mary Stalcup Markward
of nearbv Chesterbrook, Va..
gave the House Un-American
Activities Committee the names
of more than 200 Communist
Party members, including Red
leaders in Washington and Bal-
timore.
Th* slim. 29-year-old brun-
ette worked for seven years as
an undercover FBI agent In the
Communist Party. Joining in
1943. she became treasurer of
the local committee until illness
forced her resignation in 1950.
The Communist newspaper
"Dailv Worker" exposed her a
few months ago. ehding her use-
fulness to the FBI.
Under questioning, she said
the Communist Party was "verv
pleased" with Us success in In-
filtrating the vital steel Industry
in the Baltimore area.
This presumably Included
Bethlehem Steel's huge Spar-
row's Point. Md.. works.
The party's aim, she- said, Is
to Influence steel workers to fol-
low the Communist line, then
to gain control of their unions.
"Then the Communists would
have the steel Industry in the
palms of their hands?" she was
asked.
"That's correct." said the
former beauty parlor worker.
Mrs. Markward also Identified
a former "leg-man" for col-
lumnlst Drew Pearson as a Com-
munist. She said the names ot
the late Andrew H. Older and
his wife. Isabelle, were submit-
ted to her when she was in
charge of Washington party re-
gistrations. She never met either
of them, however, and could not
identify Older's picture.
Pearson confirmed that Older,
who died last October, worked
part-time for him from 1944 to
1947. He said he fired him after
the FBI reported he might be a
secret party member.
Mrs. Markwardwife of a
former armv master sergeant
and mother of two children
Identified many members of the
executive committee of th par-
ty's district 4. comprising Mary-
land and the District of Colum-
bia.
qultoes in Western Panam and
Adjacent Costa Rica and Evalua-
tion of their Possible Role In the
Transmission of Sylvan Yellow
Fever." by Drs. Harold Trapldo
and Pedro Galludo.
"The Lelshamiasis Transmis-
sion Problem," by Dr. Marshall
Hertig.
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 guest.
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(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
GOVERNOR'S TOUR Gov. Thomas E. Dewey is in Japan on a tour of the Far East, visits Gen. Matthew
B. Ridgway at his Tokyo headquarters. The* worked ouU final
details, of Dewey's official program in Japan.
Creek Etches Fingerprints
Into Murder Pistol's Shells
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. July 12
(Li->Chenusiiy working unseen
on a pistol In a shallow cieek bed
may have trapped the killer of
pretty Mrs. C. Fred Hankins
while police were unable to find a
clue, It was revealed today.
A farmer and his son, attract-
ed by a glint as Ihey washed their
car, found the pearl-handled .32
caliber weapon In six Inches of
water and turned It over to Sher-
iff C. W. Jones.
Jones was amazed to find fin-
gerprints firmly etched into the
casings of five bullets still in the
chamber of the six-shooter.
"The laboratory men said It
was one of the most extraordin-
ary findings they had ever come
across.'' said Jones,.Jiimseli a
firearms expert. "There Is no
question that the prints on the
bullets were placed there before
It was tossed in the creek and the
water etched them in "
He was also certain, the officer
said, that the pistol was the one
used to kill Mrs. Hankins with a
single shot. It was the same cali-
ber, make and model, ballistic ex-
perts determined, and the bullets
In It came from the same Win-
chester machine that turned out
the slug removed from the vic-
tim.
The etched prints did not
match any of those of 100 per-
sons in Jones' file who had been
_____ i*
questioned In the case But Chief
Deputy Paul Lilly said that did
not mean anyone had been eli-
minated as a suspect.
Mrs. Hankins, a 26-year-old
Sunday School teacher, was shot
to death last March 31 at her
home lrt .quiet Harrlll Hills. Her
husband, a construction execu-
tive, found her body when he
came home from a Saturday af-
ternoon errand.
Despite an intensive investiga-
tion and reward offers totaling
$1,200, no leads to her killer or
killers turned up until the pistol
was found in a creek beside the
Norrls Dam freeway, a few miles
from the murder scene.
Jones said that he first sus-
fiected the prints were made by
he farmer who found the wea-
pon but the latter insisted he
wiped off the gun, to dry it. Then
the "impregnated" prints were
discoveredactually etchings si-
milar to those made in the pho-
tographic' engraving process.
"Chemical elements In the '"a-
ter had etched the prints into the
brass surfaces of the shells,''
Jones said.
He was supported by a finger-
print expert who said that under
proper conditionsatmospheric,
the amount of pressure applied
by the gun-loader's fingers and
the site of the pistols discard-
water would preserve Instead of
wash away the prints.
By RAYMOND LAHR
WASHINGTON, July 12 (UP).The AFL asked Congress yw-
terday to raise middle and upper bracket income taxes by about
$7,000.000,000 a year and wipe out the "split income" tax privil-
eges of married couples.
It also proposed a $3,200,000,000 Increase In corporation taxes,
but said there should be no boost in Federal excise levies.
The labor organization's tax plan, outlined to the Senate
Finance Committee, differed sharply from the Administration's
requests and the $7,200,000,000 tax bill already passed by the
House.
The Administration asked for a $3,800,000,000 boost in per-
sonal income taxes, with a large part of the burden falling on
lower bracket families. The House approved a $2.900,000,000 in-
crease under which taxpayers in all brackets would simply add
12! a per cent to their present payments.
Business groups generally have
favored junking the House Bill
In favor of a federal sales tax
a proposal strongly opposed bv
Secretary of the Treasury John
W. Snyder.
points and then apply the 12" '-
per cent super tax.
Elder said Congress should
abolish the rule, adopted hi
1948. which permits married
i couples to split their Income for
AFL spokesman Arthur Elder, tax purposes and take advant-
told the Senate Committee that. age of the lower rates'In lower
persons earning less than $3,000 brackets.
a year "are already paying a He said this privilege Is par-
share of the I tlcularly
disproportionate
total tax bill."
He said no tax increase what-
ever should be levied on persons
with a net taxable Income of less
than $1,000 a year. In general,
that would exempt a single man
earning about $1,750 a year, or
a married man with two chil-
dren earning about $3,750 a
year.
For i taxable Incomes between
$1,000 and $2,000 a year, the AFL
suggested applying the House
loptaula of raising present tax
payments bv a flat 12' per cent.
In the higher tax brackets, the
AFL would increase the basic
tax rate by two percentage
Magician 'Chang1
Will Perform
At Ft. Clayton
The Special Services Section of
U.S. Army Caribbean has arrang-
ed for Chang, the magician, to
present his outstanding revue in
the Fort Clayton Theater, at 8:30
p.m. Saturday.
Recent performances by Chang
at Fort Kobbe and Fort uulic
have drawn over 1500 spectators
to see a sparkling exhibition of
singing, dancing, acrobatics, and
music. A complete stage revue Is
built around Chang's ability to
amaze and baffle the audience
with magic demonstrations of ex-
quisite beauty.
THE YEAR'S BIG ONE!
AGM presents RUDYARD KIPLING'S
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THURSDAY, art* U, 1M1
Major League Teams Resume Play This Afternoon
Pacific Hoop Loop Features
Twinbill Tonight At Balboa
S, LEAGUE STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
a?}lbrook........ 1 -H7
loyal Crown ... 'i -571
ncoln Life......S 4 *Z9
atiricio.......1 6 .143
t Feature game of the Pacific
fasketball League doubleheader
heduled for tonight will have
he league-leading Albrook Fly-
Jers pitted againit tht third place
Lincoln Life squad. The Insurance
boys looked very good Sunday
night as they came from behind
to down the Royal Crown team
in a thrilling battle, but they will
have their work cut out for them
when they tangle with Albrook
and heir big center. Karl Parsell,
?ho has averaged 26 point* per
game in the four games he has
plaved. Lincoln Life have report-
edly been strengthening their
team in an effort to halt the Fly-
ers and at the same time put(
themselves back In the fight for |
the championship.
The first game will have the
Royal Crown team attempting to
halt their losing streak at the ex-
pense of he cellar-dwelling Mau-
ricio quintet. Royal Crown have
lost their last three games, two by
a ingle point, and it has been
mainly through lack of reserve*
they were defeated. Mauricio has
proven to be the weak-sisters of
the league so far, although they
did defeat the Royal Crown team
for their only win. Manager Hil-
zlnger has tried all combination
in an effort to hit on the winning
one and this may be the night.
Tonight's game will also have
Julio Arosemena fighting to
maintain his lead for the trophy
offered by Braniff Airways to the
high scorer, but Parsell trimmed
his margin to seven points on
Sunday and will be out to cut it
down even more.
The first game will get started
at 7:00 p.m. with the nightcap,
starting shortly after the conclu-
sion of the first game.
Schoolboy Sports
Last Saturday morning at the
Diablo Gym three Basketball
League games were played as the
Diablo "B" team was the only
home team to come out on the
long end of the score as they
turned in an upset by defeating
the Pedro Miguel "B" squad 31-27
in a very close game. In the other
games the Ancon "A" League
arounced the Diablo "A" squad
35-24 and the Ancon Biddy
League scored a 21-2 win over the
Diablo "E" team.
In the "A" contest Ancon piled
up an early lead which Diablo
could not overcome in the later
stages of the game. The scoring
for the Ancon team was pretty
evenly spread out among the
players which shows a well-bal-
anced squad and high point man
was Abdul Flynn with eight
fwinte to his credit. For the los-
ng Diablo quintet Will Nlcklsher
led his teammates with eight
point*.
In the "B" game the consistent
coring by William Corsen and
Jackie Corrigan proved to be too
much for the Pedro Miguel team
as these basketball twins scored
2^ points between them. For Pe-
dro Miguel Dobak netted 10
6Dints for high point honors on
is team.
. The Diablo "E" League was no
match for the Ancon "machine"
as Ancon's zone defense held Di-
ablo to one field goal. Rldby led
all Ancon scorers with 12 points
while Jimmy Lovelady scored
Diablos lone field goal.
* The box scores:
Ancon "A" FG FT TP
Ledener........ 3 0 6
Hanson......... 1 0 2
Capwell........ 2 0 4
Steele........ 0 0 0
Roy.......... 2 1
ifaiamlna...... 1 0 2
Slynn......... 4 0 8
owley......,. 2 0 4
Molther........ 2 0 4
Totals.........17 1 35
Diablo "A" FG FT TP
Nickisher. R..... 2 2 6
Nlcklsher, W..... 3 2 8
Haydel........ 3 1 7
Lang.......... 2 1 5
Tribe......... 0 0 0
-JRathgeber...... 0 0 0
Totals.........10 6 26
Biablo "B" FG FT TP
Corsen........ 5 7 17
Corrigan....... 6 0 12
Wlnklosky...... 0 0 0
Carpenter...... i 0 2
McGuerick...... 0 0 0
8anchez........ 0 0 0
Totals.........12 7 31
Pedro -Miguel "B"FG FT TP
Otero......... 1 0 2
Dobak......... 5 0 10
Tuberville...... 3 1 7
Knight........ 4 0 8
Perez......... 0 0 0
Patit. .. ."..... 0 0 0
Totals.........13 1 27
Ancon Biddv LoopFG FT TP
Rlgby.......... 6 0 12
Cosca......... 1 1 3
Pearson........ 1 0 2
Colburn........ 1 0 2
Ruiz.......... 1 0 2
Totals.........10 1 21
Substitutes: Degger. Marchlne,
Nahmad. Bright, Maroney, Rice,
Meral.
Diablo Biddy FG FT TP
Terry......... 0 0 0
Lovelady....... 1 0 2
Cruz.......... 0 0 0
Hare.......... 0 0 0
Price......... 0 O 0
Smith......... 0 0 0
Fundankowskl. ... 0 0 0
Totals......... 1 0 2
DIABLO GYM NOTES
The first party of the year for
Diablo children was held last Fri-
day afternoon at the Diablo Gym
with prizes being awarded to the
winners of various contests.
About sixty boys and girls turned
out for this first monthly affair
and It is expected that double
this figure will attend the next
party. Free pop, candy, cracker-
Jacks, cookies and crackers were
enjoyed by everyone.
Peralta, Thompson Rarin* To Go;
Batter Sparmates In Training
With Interest running fever
high for Sunday's return battle
between undefeated Luis Thomp-
son and once-beaten Leonel Per-
itlta at the Panam Gym, both
boys battered their sparmates
with merciless barrages.
Peralta, especially, was Impres-
sive during his workouts as he
sharpened his kayo wallop by re.
peatedly staggering his sparring
partners. However, the speedy
Thompson did not lag and was
reportedly dishing out the same
to his mates.
The early demand for tickets
Indicate that fans hope for a re
peat performance of the action-
packed three-round first bout In
which the previously unbeaten
knockout artist, Peralta, get a
taste of his own medicine.
Thompson, en the other hand.
hit the deck for the first time as
a pro (he took an eight count in
the first round) and showed that
he has what it takes by climbing
off the eanvas to batter his
stocky hard-punching opponent
to sleep.
Presents edds have established
Thompson as a slight favorite,
but there are plenty of Peralta
backers and the odds are sure to
drop by fight time.
Meanwhile, semiflnalists Beto
Scantlrbury and Carlos Watson
were also readving themselves for
a chance to erash the main evept
circle. Watson, the better boxer,
is given a slight edge over the
huskier Srantlebury.
These lads are scheduled to
battle six round* or less at a 131-
pound limit.
Another six-rounderbetween
Vicente Worrell and James Mil-
ton, and a four-rounderbetween
Fidel Morris and Victor Ardines
complete the program.
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Chicago........ 44) 29 .628
Boston......... 47 29 .618
New Vork...... 45 29 .
Cleveland...... 44 S2 .7I
Detroit........ 34 38 .471
Washington. .... 31 44 1.413
Philadelphia .... 29 46 .387
St. Louie........ 2 52 .217
TODAY'S GAMF.S
Boston at Chicago (T-N).
New Vork at Cleveland (N).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (T-N).
Washington at Detroit.
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn....... 5* 26 .651
New Vork...... 43 36 .544
St. Louis........ 46 35 .533
Cincinnati...... 3 3t .485
Philadelphia .... 35 41 .461
Boston......... 34 40 .45
Chicago........ 3tl 39 .435
Pittsburgh...... 31 44 .413
TODAY'S GAMF.S
Chicago at Brooklyn .
Cincinnati at Boston (N).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia IS).
St. ills at New Vork.
RED PCRGK
Cincinnati -iNEA> Of the
six All-Star games won b the
National League, four of the de-
cisions went to Cincinnati pitch-
ers.
July Bargains
It oAd clc
an i ous
fJUnd
FACE POWDERS
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Rex Layne Favored
9-5 To Whip Tough
Marciano Tonight
NEW ORB, July 12 (UP)
Two Army-developed heavy-
weightsRex Layne and un-
beaten Koeky Marcianowill
fight for a chance to challenge
for the title tonight at Madison
Square Garden, New Vork.
Layne, a kayo artist from Le-
wiston, Utah, is a solid (5-1)
favorite to win the le-rounder
despite Marcianos record. The
Brockton, Massachusetts boy
has 35 straight wins as a pro-
fessional but bis opposition
hasn't measured up to the men
Layne has faced.
Rex outpointed Jersey Joe
Walcott last November. He also
stopped Bob Satifrlirlil in the
eirhth round on Mar. 9. Layne
will outweigh Rocky by about
seven pounds, and he'll have an
eight-Inch advantage in reach.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Sunday, July 8. "Charlie" Dlsh-
aroon and T. J. Tassln checked
the traps at'the Gamboa Gun
Club just in time for the boys ar-
riving that morning for the one-
hundred-bird registered shoot.
Something new was added to this
shoot in the form of a "Jack Rab-
bit" system of dividing the purse
to stimulate the competition.
Each shooter put up an entry fee
of a nickel on every target in the
60 sixteen-yard and 50 handicap
event.s with the knowledge that
five cents would be returned for
every broken bird. The remain-
der of the money resulting from
the missed targets was divided by
means of the Lewis system, two
classes, 60 per cent and 40 per
cent.
High scorers in the 16-yard
event were "Charlie" Dishaioon
and T. J. Tassln who tied with
48x50. Tom Boyd not only won
second place with 46x50, but also
took first honors In the handicap
breaking 47x50. Captain W. R.
Spencer, a new shooter, and
"Charlie" Dlsharoon weren't far
behind with 46x50 for second high
score.
"Pappy" Norton who recently
relumed from the States helped
out the shooters In the practice
strings with "Frankle" Norton
breaking out of her retirement
shooting right next to him.
A "good luck" shoot will be held
at the Gamboa Gun Club on Sun-
day, July 22. at 10 a.m. for the
Tassins who are leaving for the
States to attend the Grand Amer-
ican Handicap from August 17
through August 25. A definite
program has not yet been sched-
uled but it will include 16-yard
targets, handicap, and doubles.
And here's how the $55.00 purse
was divided:
v* ie-Y< Hirp Pun*
(so) (SO)
T. Boyd. .. 18 67-75 47 $6.80
P. Christie. 18 61x75 35 3.70
L. Jones III 18 64-75 41 7.2
T J. Tassin 18 96x1 (l( 37 4.30
W. Spencer. 18 67-75 46 4.50
Disharn.Jr. 19 43 IV 4.10
R.J. Oswald 17 36 36 3.66
W. Kilgailen 17 M 32 3.50
Ed Francis. 17 33 34 3.3
R. Ott .. 18 44 12 5.9
Dishar'n Sr. 19 a 46 7.90
C. Chase .. 36
B. Boland.. 36
Dr. Mueller 16
M'ry Tassln 42
Fr'a Norton 17x21
FIRST EQUINE MILLIONAIRESteve Brooks pats Citation on
the neck by way of congratulating the Calumet Farm's Triple
Crown winner of 1946 on becoming the first horse to win f 1.000.000.
Citation is expected to be just that, and then some, after the run-
ning of the $100,000 Hollywood Gold Cup. July 14. His victory in
the 150,000 American Handicap at the Inglewood track was worth
$33,050, swelled the six-year-old's total to $085,760. (NEA1
1
At Least A Dozen Pitchers
Threaten To Win 20 Games
BY STEVE SNIDER
United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, July 12 (UP) At
least a dozen Major League pitch-
ers are good bets to crack the 20-
game winner's circle this year,
most of them for the first time.
Heading tire list are familiar
names like Vic Raachi, Bob Fel-
ler. Robin Roberts and Larry
Jansen, who have made the ex-
clusive club, before, but lor the
Army Sports
An upset, and an unexpected
promotion highlighted the final
play o( U. S. Army Caribbean's
Tennl Tournament, completed
at Fort Amador Canal Zone,
Tuesday, July 10.
Lt. Col. Weldon Laiche ac-
complished the feat of entering
the tennis game1 as a major, re-
ceiving news of his promotion
to Lt. Col, while playing, then
soundly upsetting the defending
1960 singles champion., Sgt.
Joseph Lockman of the 66th
A.A.A. Group. Final set score
was 6-2, 0-6, 6-3, and. 6-3.
The doubles matches proved a
grueling contest of sheer en-
durance under a blazing sun.
Col. Laiche and Clp. David Perry
both outplayed and outlasted
Capt. Herbert Keith and Lt.
William Coleman. in three
straight sets of 6-1. 6-3. and
6-3. Col. Laiche led the game
with a powerful service, and
careful playing by his partner,
Cpl. Perry, kept opponents
Keith and Coleman In hot water
most of the time.
FORT OULICK. C. Z., July 12
The U.S. Army Caribbean (Pana-
ma Area' Company Level Basket -
ball Tournament will begin Tues-
day. July 17. and will end Satur-
day. July 21. All games will be
played atjhe Fort Clayton Oym.
The 20th Military Tolice Com-
pany will represent Fort Gullck
m this tournament. Team mem-
bers are Cpl. Donald R. Bundrock.
Sgt. Clayton E. Burrows, SFC
John (Stretch) Cousin, Cpl. Joe
W. (Kalmuck) Davis. Cpl. Ray J.
Muylle. Cpl. Leon L. Pockrus, Cpl.
Billy W. Taylor, and Cpl. Robert
C. Spencer. Spencer made one of
twoUSARCARIB (Panam Area i
baskctbail all-star teams last
year. Officer-in-charge of the
team is First Lieutenant W. G.
McBrlde.
most pgrt the group Includes
tough workmen who never quite
hurdled No. 20 in their Major
League careers.
Did you know Den Newcombe
of the Brooklyn Dodgers never
won 20? Or Ed Lopat of the New
York Yankees? Or Sal Mag lie of
the Giants?
That's the type of pitcher that
proved so tough over the first
half of the season.
Best of the best bets are the
five who had 12 victories already
In the bag when baseball knock-
ed off .for it's annual all-star In-
termission .
That group Included Raschl
(12-61 Feller (12J). Roe (12-1),
New<*mbe (12-4) and Magi
(12-4.)
Jansen (11-7), Lopat (11-7),
Oerry Staley of the St- Loui Car-
dinals, (ll-l) and Ned Garver of
the Browns dl-4i were In the se-
cond flight while the 10 game
group included Roberts (10-7),
Murry Dlckson of Pittsburgh. 10-
8). and Mike Oarcia of Cleveland
(10-6i.
OuUidt chance: Billy Pierce
of the Chicago White Sox (-)
and Allie Reynolds. Yankees..
0-5. Chances are Pierce won't
get enough work, Reynolds too
much.
Raschl and Roberts are the on-
ly two of last year's fabulous five
still in the running for another
20 game season. The other three
Bob Lemon of Cleveland. War-
ren Spahn and Johnny Sain of
the Boston Bravesfound the
early going plenty tough and fell
so far behind they aren't likely to
go over the top again. Lemon and
Spahh have won eight. Sain on-
ly four. i
They all have to take their
hats off to Garver and Dickson,
an amaxing pair. They're big
winners with eighth place clubs
and who knows what they'd do
with more punch to back them
up?
Concelvaoly. they could be
worse offparticularly under a
mr -,aeer who lifted pitchers in a
hum. hui right now they rate as
a coup's of the game's gamest
little RU .$
Feller a 12- comeback. Includ-
ing a no-hltter. is one of the
year's best stories. He continued
to pitch despite a serious scalding
of his body In a training room
accident earlier in the year.
"I thought they needed me,"
he said later.
And how they did. The Indians
were spinning about that time.
They've been righted again and
still can make lt tough.
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Britain Bids
For Robinson,
Turpin Rematch
LONDON, July 12 (UP1
Britain presented the lure of a
million dollar gate and a 150-
000 crowd In bidding for the
return fight between Middle-
weight Champion Randolph
Turpin and Sugar Ray Robin-
son.
George Middleton, Turpin's
manager, said that since the
contract calls for a return bout
to go to the highest udder there
were good prospects for the
match to be held in Britain at
"one of the football grounds."
Crowds of over a 100.000 are
common in Britain for big sport-
ing events. Robinson, mean-
while, said Turpin had only bor-
rowed the middleweight title
and that the crown would be
back on hi own mareelled hair
by November.
Ray commented. "The title is
only lent. I just could not get
going and reckon I over-trained
for this fight. I will certainly be
a wiser man whin we meet
again. I have won often enough
and this time it was the other
guy's turnbut I will beat him
in the return bout.''
Boxing fans also believed
Sugar was overconfident after
his triumphal march across
Europe fighting against "push-
overs.'' He entered the ring ex-
pecting a quick kayo.
Orange Bowl '53,
'54 Teams Assured
$100,000 Minimum
MIAMI. Fla.. July 12 (UP)
Football teams which compete in
the New Year's Dav Orange Bowl
game in 1S53 and 1954 will re-
ceive a minimum of $100,003
each.
That promise was made Tues-
day by Oscar Doolev. in charge
of finance and radio-television
arran?ements for the Orange
Bowl Committee. He said a new
contract now being negotiated
would make it possible to raise
the team returns that much.
Clemson and the University of
Miami received only $75,000 each
for the game this year. In 1852,
the two teams will receive $91,000
each.
Dooley said C.B.8. has agreed
to pay $35.000 each for the radio
rights for the 1953 and 1954 games
and $50,000 if live television is
possible.
PI Kfffi PROGRESS
New York -soNBAi In sharp
contrast to this year's purse of
abput $80,000. the Belmont Stakes
winner 30 years ago received
$8650.
SPARTAN STREAK
East Lansing, Mich. (NEA)
Michigan States baseball cap-
tain, Vince Magi, established a
new Spartan record by hitting
safely In 21 straight games.
American League Leaders
Open Three-Game Series
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 12 Tht Notional League All*
Stars can stop gloating and tht American League stop
moaning over its (oss. Today the more serious business of
winning pennants starts all over again.
The three-day All-Star holiday
ends with a 10-game schedule
coming up as the East moves
West in the American League and
the West moves East in the Na-
tional circuit.
Ip the American League, sec-
ond place Boston moves into Chi-
cago for a twl-night doublehead-
er with the front running White
Sox. The Red Box will use two
left-handers, Maury McDermott
(5-5) and Chuck Btobbs (-$>.
For Chicago lt will be Randy
Gumpert"(8-2) and Joe Dobson
(6-2).
The third place New York Yan-
kees will meet the fourth place
Indians in a night game at Cleve-
land. The Yanks will have Allie
Reynolds (9-5) working against
Bob Feller (12-2) of the Indians.
In a twi-night bill at St. Louis,
the'Philadelphia A's will count
on Bobby Shante (7-6) and Bob
Hooper (3-7). The Browns will
use Al Widmar (3-7) and Dick
Starr (1-4). In the only Ameri-
can League afternoon game, it
will be Fred Sanford (1-4) for
Washington and Hal Newhouser
(6-5i for the Tigers at Detroit.
The only daytime game In the
National League will be at New
York. In that one, Oerry Staley
will toss for St. Louis and
Larry Jansen (11-7) for the Gi-
ants. In a night game at Brook-
lyn, lt will be Frank HiUer (5-6)
for Chicago and Ralph Branca
(7-2) for the Dodgers. Cincinnati
will be at Boston using Howie Fox
(4-4). Johnny Sain (4-9) U the
pick for Boston. At Philadelphia,
it will be Howie Pollet (2-5) for
Pittsburgh and Russ Meyer (5-7)
for the Phils.
Fans will be watching that
White Sox-Boston twin-bill.
The red-hot Red Sox have won
six in a row and moved to with-
in one game of Chicago. The
White Sox, after a spectacular It
week sprint, have shown signs
of slowing down. They have
been playing .500 ball In recent
weeks, winning nine of their
last 18 games. The power-pack-
ed Red Sox have been getting
the pitching they have lacked
In past years, four of their last
alx wins being complete games.
The Yankees, two games out,.
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and fourth place Cleveland-,
trailing by four gamesopen an
important three game series. The
Indians have won 12 of their last
14 starts. Feller is off to a 30
fame season with 12 wins and
Ao losses, Mike Oarcia, after a
stumbling start, has won his last
four. Early wynn has lost only
once in the last month. On the
other hand, the Yankees nave lost
five of their last six. The veter-
ans-are, showing signs of slowing
up and It's a question whether
the rookies are ready to take up
the (lack.
It's a different story in the Na-
tional League. The Brooklyn
Dodgers are In the driver's seat,
elght-and-one-half games in
front of New York. The Dodgers
can afford to play 500 ball for
the rest of the way and still put
the pressure on the closest con-
tenders. A .500 pace by Brooklyn
would mean the second place Gi-
ants must Jump from their cur-
rent .544 pace to .613 in order to
keep pace. Third place 8t. Louie
would have to up Its .533 percent-
age to .620 to match the Dodgers.
The other clubs seem out of the
running. Cincinnati, although
having won three straight, still
trails by 13 games. The defend-
ing champions from Philadelphia
have dropped four In a row and
trail Brooklyn by 15 games. Th
sixth-place Boston Braves'pitch-
ing has collapsed. The Braves
have averaged better than five
runs in their last six games, but i
have lost four of them as 19
pitchers went down the drain.
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THURSDAY. J/tjtt It. ltll
Tul PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDSPENDINT DAILY NtWSPAPEB
PAGI PITS
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HONORED AT TEA AND SHOWER
Mrs. John Hui and her dnght*r, Mrt. Rafetrt Frit*.
Eftv a toa and mfrtHltoMl'Tt ttaowor iinday at Mr. Raas
ame on Ralbo Heights for Miss Severity Meitzen wbs to lo
be married July 1 to James Rlft. Mn. Otto Prick pre-
sided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Joseph Rongiorni poured
top
With the honor guest's mother, Mn. WiUtoni Meitien,
the guest Hit abo included Mrt. Rptoatk, Mr. 7
Flecher, Mr. M. KlTle, Mn. W. Patoatr. Mr. James Faulkner.
Mn. A. Ellington. Mn. C. Drew. JHn. Da** FWl, Mn. Rob-
ert Blade.. Mrt. Opptfo MeRlbbP. Mn. UtwtltVn, Mit, Mr.
R. wilitM. Mn. JSM PtpwpaB. Mr. ran I MiUfU, Mr.
?abort Rnta, Mn. Jaba Ciar i. Mi* Robert Egllagtou. Mn.
, Duitheimrr. Mn. at. Moshitedler and Mr. 8. Boettcher.
Argentine Ambassador
Leaves (or Washington
Julio A. Lopes Munia. AroBM-
sador of Argentina to Panama,
loft by airplane Tuesday on a
short trip to Washington. DC.
Italian Mlntotorand Baroness
Desandre Entertain at Luncheon
at Hotel 101 Panama
At a luncheon of 30 covers held
yesterday in the Balboa Room of
Hotel El Panama, the Minister of
Italy to Panama. Baron Antonio
Roatet Desandre. and the Coun-
tess Desandre honored the Min-
ister of Panama to Italy and Mrs.
Felipe O. Perez. Minister and
Mrs. Perez are leaving soon for
Ronit.
Those entertained were the
Minister of Foreign Relations and
Mrs. Ignacio Molino. Jr.. the Am-
bassador of Ecuador to Panama.
Mr. Sixto Duran Ballon, the
Commander-ln-Chief of th Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. Oeneral
William H. H. Morris, Jr.. the
Commandant of the Fifteenth
Naval District, Rear Admiral Al-
bert M. Bledse, and Mrs. Rld-
soe. the Minister of Franc W
Panama and Mrs. Guy Menant,
the Charge d'Afaires o the Uni-
ted States Embassy, ad interim
and Mrs. Murray M. Wise the
Secretary of the Ministry of For-
eign Relations. Mr. Fernando
Alegre, the Director of Protocol,
Mr. Camilo Salcedo, the Rector
of the National University and
Mrs. Octavio Mndez Pereira.
Miss Ramona Lefevre. Mrs. Cata
Trinquete and Mr. Jose E. Lefe-
vre.
Rev. and Mn, Smith
Leave for California
Rev. and Mrs. Jesse E. Smith
sailed Sunday on the SB Trafal-
gar for LOs Angeles. California.
where they plan to reside. They
came here from Chile where they
had been missionaries for 47
years, and have visited for the
past three months with their
sons and their families, Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Smith in Halboa
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith
in Diablo Heights.
Dr. and Mn. Cba
Returning from New York
Dr. and Mrs. Ernesto Chu (Qlo-
*~Ha Ohttrt saHtd 'Win Nw York
- yesterday on the 88 Cristobal and
will arrive Monday, after spend-
ing; the past several month In
Boston and New York.
Tea This Afternoon
to Honor Miss Durkin
Miss Mary Brlgham and Miss
Margaret Whitman are enter-
taining at tea this afternoon at
Miss Brigham's apartment In
Balboa in honor of Miss Louise
Durkin of Port Chester. New
York, who lt visiting Mrs. Geo.
Eugene. Miss Mildred McMahon
will preside at the tea' table.
Mn. McDonald and Bon
K'turn from Florida
Mrs. Andatw McDonald (Judy
Mohr) and her Infant son. Drew,
returned Sunday to their home in
Panama after a visit of several
montht with Mr. McDonald't
parents in Detroit. Michigan and
with hr parent. Mr. and Mrt.
A. H. Mohr in Orlando, Florida.
Mr. and Mn. Byrne
Entertain for Visitors
Mr. and Mr. Arch L. Byrne
entertained a group of young
people at a buffet supper last
evening at their horn in Bella
Vista, complimenting Miss Parry
Ruth Cassetty and Mis Mary Jo
Clemmons. house guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Byrne of Ctirun-
du Heights.
To Visit In Virginia
Woodrow Dillon of Ancon plant
to leave Saturday by airplane for
a week's visit with hit parents In
Roanoke, Virginia.
Mn. Buckholt Guest of
Mr. and Mrs. gcbrlftglosstr
Mrs. Fred Buckholtz is arriv-
ing by airplane this afternoon
from Aruba to attend the Depart-
ment Convention of the Ameri-
can Legion Auxiliary which will
be held in the new American Le
eion Club Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Ruckholts is a delegate to
the convention from Aruba Bato
Unit No. 1. During her stay here
the will be the house guest of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Schrlftgietser in
Balboa.
Luncheon Given
By Visitors
Miss Mary Jo demons of Fort
Worth, Texas and Miss Patty
Ruth Cassetty of Nashville. Ten*
nessee. entertained at luncheon
yesterday at the Panama Golf
Club. Covers were laid for 12.
Dr. and Mn. Oldacn
Return from U.S.
Dr. and Mn. William Oldach of
Bella Vista have returned from
New Orleans after a few montht
tpent in the United States.
Mrs. Spencer Hostess
at Coffee Party
Mrt. Thomas E .Spencer enter-
tained a email group of her
friends at a coffee party yester-
day morning at her home in An-
con.
Arivsls from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Camilo Quelque-
jeu returned this week from a
vacation trip to New York.
Ret urn from El Vail
After spending a few day at
their country home in El Valle,
Captain and Mrt. Elmer G. Ab-
bott and their houte guetts. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Z. Jones of San
Writer Group
to Moot Tuesday
The Wrltert Group of the Ca-
nal Hint Branch. National
League of American Pen Women,
will hold its bi-monthly dinner
end round table discussion Tues-
day at 6:30 p.m. in the Fern Room
Ho." Tit n't. Member* are
asked to bring with them their
recent manuscripts.
Reiervation mv **
telephoning to Mrs. William M.
Taylor. Balboa 1327, or iy ... ..
Lewis B. Moore. Balboa 2439. who
will be hostesses for this meeting.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Rath-
geber (Ann Carpenter) of Diablo
Heights are the parents of a son,
Donald Richard Rathgeber. Jr.,
born Tuesday, July 10. at Gorgas
Hospital. The baby, their second
child and flrtt ton. lt a grandson
of Mrt. Nora Rathgeber and nf
Mrs. Helen Smith of Diablo
Heights.
Legion Auxiliary Convention
The thirtieth annual conven-
tion of the American Legion Aux-
iliary, Department of the Pana-
ma Canal Zone, will convene Sa-
turday at 2 p.m. and Sunday at 9
a.m.. in conjunction with meeting
of the American Legion, at the
American Legion Post Home in
Balboa.
A report of the year's activities
will be given and officers for the
coming year will be elected. De-
legates lrom the six Units of the
Denartment will be present.
The pre-conventlon meeting of
the Department Executive Com-
mittee will be held at 11 a.m. Sa-
turday.
Transportation will be furnish-
ed from the Balboa Railroad Sta-
tion to the convention.
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lastiar lustre. Array of fashionable, fsdolost sbados.
Nevar before a nail polisb with so many ostras.
Beautiful "dressing table" bottle. Long-bapdled
"artin'" brash for tbat professional teach 1st
application.
/('< trut, *m so i mini aati asHaiai so
many zsrw u Cuimx Nmil Briiiivc*. Try it today.'
The Woritt Hot Popula Nml Poiitk
Leandro, California, returned
Diablo Heighti latt evellng.
to
Amador Officers Wives Club
Elect New Officers
The Fort Amador Officers
Wives Club held its monthly cof-
fee and business meeting yester-
day morning at the Army and
Navy Club. Mrs. Francis A.
March presided at the coffee ta-
ble and the meeting wat conduct-
ed by the president, Mrs. M. 8.
Shore. Hostesses for the coffee
ver Mrt. A. w. Dow and Mrt.
W. L. DeFoy.
The following new officers
were elected at the meeting: Mrt.
A. R. Hellebrand. president; Mrs.
F. H. Stone, vlce-prealdent; Mrs.
William 8. MoArtor. secretary;
and Mrs. John Mlai treasurer.
Pre-Colombian Cultures isthmian data
Linked By Expedition's
Discoveries In Panama
Woman's Club Meets
in Balboa
The July meeting of the Balboa
Woman's Club wat held Wednes-
day morning at the J.W.B. In
Balboa, with Mrs. Patsy Ryan,
president, conducting the busi-
ness meeting. Lt. Colonel Arnold
of the Provost Marshal's Office
was the guest speaker.
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses, Mrs. Robert Ad-
ams, Mrs. Edward M. Altman,
Mrs. R. Bourgbois. Mrs. E. R.
Baltozer and Mrs. Herbert Bath-
mann.
WASHINGTON, July j*2 (USIS)
Panama's Atlantic hinterland
has yielded significant new typet
of pottery and stone Implements
that link together the ancient
cultures of the Atlantic and the
Pacific slopes of the Isthmus,
the National Geographic Society
announced today.
The newly-discovered artifact
were brought back to Washing-
ton this month by Dr. Matthew
W. Stirling, head of the National
Geographic Society-Smithsonian
Institution Middle America tur-
veys.
The collections definitely fill
a blank that long ha existed
on America's arcbeoloricsl
map, according to Dr. Stirling.
The finds were made along the
i lush trolcal headwaters of At-
lantic coastal streams. This area
has been virtually isolated dur-
ing the centuries since Colum-
bus touched itt coast in 1502 and
wrote In his log of the Ouaymj
Indians and their gold adorn-
ments.
'There Is probably no re-
gion in America which has been
more completely unknown to
archeologisls," said Dr. Stirling,
who is also director of the Smith-
{onian's Bureau of American
ithnology. it was for this rea-
ton that ho chote Panamas At-
lantic drainage basin for his ele.
venth field tilp to Middle Amer-
ican sites under the auspices of
the two Washington scientific
Institutions.
Dr. Stirling was accompanied
by his archeologist wife. Marlon,
and by Richard H. Stewart, Na-
tional Geographic staff photo-
grapher, who have been with him
on the other expeditions. Dr. Ro-
bert Rands, also a specialist in
Middle American archeologlcal
lore, completed the party, which
left the United States last Jan-
uary 2 for Panama.
The pottery and ttone weapons
Which were collected at a dozen
sites along the riven of the At-
lantic slope are of a primitive
order, Dr. Stirling explained
The ancients, like today's na-
tives, were more or less maroon-
ed for nine wet montht each
year. They lived, not in villages
where a culture might thrive,
but in single houses at tome dis-
tance from each other.
Bone and shell fragments, fair-
ly common finds on the drier
Pacific side of the Panama Di-
vide, were absent from mounds
on the rainy Atlantic side, the
explorers found.
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
Plans Rash Parties
The Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig-
ma Phi Sorority held a meeting
at their Sorority house in Curun-
du last evening.
The meeting was opened by all
members reciting the opening
ritual in unison. Tentative plant
were made for rush week in the
early part of August. New com-
mittees w*re appointed to plan
the social activities In honor of
the new pledges. New pledge
names were submitted and invi-
tations will be sent out in the
near future.
Following the meeting, refresh-
ments of apple cider and sand-
wichM were served.
Build To Last
WE8TFIELD. Mass. (UP)The
first water supply line laid in thlt
city has been dug up after more
than 76 years of continuous use
and was found to be still in "good
condition."
NOW, THAT'S A
GOOD QUESTION
What do moot people like ? Well,
whn you've boon In business as
long as X have and see what
brands people buy again and
again, it five you a good idea
of their like and dislikes.
In my tore, for estemple, I and
most of my customer go for
Campbell Soups. Tou tee,
there are 31 kind to choose
from, and with such variety,
there are many to pleas* evsry
palate and every family, to fit
every budget
And no wonder! Campbell'
Jtoups re all delicious ... all
soundly nourtsking ... and all
good value.
Tea, I'd say Campbell's Soups ,
are th* psoplo's cholo*. I should
know... I sell so many.
Their first field sites were bare-
ly west of the Canal Zone, along
the Rio Salud and Rio Indio.
Later the party moved to work-
ing locations along the Rio Co-,
cle del Norte, largest stream of
western Panam Atlantic
drainage basin. The best of the
material uncovered in the region
came from sites a La Peguera,
some 20 miles inland, and from
Cascajal on a headwater tribu-
tary.
Approximately one fourth of
the expedition's relics now in
Washtlngton came from La Pin-
tada, close to the ridge of the
Panam Divide and near the-Pan
American highway. La Pintada is
a meeting center where Indians
from miles around gather for
festivals, especially for Holy
Week.
Pottery and other specimens
from La Pintada provide Dr.
Stirling with the "missing
links," since, he stated, they
show a definite relationship
between the ancient cultures
on either side of the ridge.
The Stirling party concluded
its season south of La Pintada,
on the Azuero Peninsula. Mounds
there provided rich yields of the
Cocl culture, one of Panama's
highest, adding to similar finds
of the 1948 and 1949 expeditions
sponsored by the National Geo-
graphic Society and the Smith-
sonian Institution.
Part of the expedition's mat-
erial, after being cleaned, match-
ed, and classified, will join the
Smithsonian Institution's collec-
tions. Some pieces will go to Pan-
ama's NationaJ Museum and
some to other museums In the
United States and Panam.
Workman, Spare
That Scrap
US Needs It Now
Jn response to an urgent ap-
peal for scrap metal, the Pana-
ma Canal Company will expand
its salvage orogram as much as
possible in the immediate future
to meet the increasing demand!.
Plans to sneed up the salvage
of scrap within the Canal Or-
ganization have been outlined
bv L. B. Moore, Supply and Ser-
vice Director.
J. F. Prager, Superintendent
of Storehouses, has been ap-
Rirths
ADONICAN, Mr. and Mrs. Ga-
briel C. of Colon, a son, July 6. at
Colon Hospital
GRIMES. Mr. and Mrs. J D
of Red Tank, a daughter, July 9
at Gorgas Hospital.
GLASGOW. Mr. and MM. F. H..
of Red Tank, a son, July 9 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
HARFORD, Mr. and Mrt. E. F.
of 15th Naval Station, a daugh-
ter, July 9 at Gorgas Hospital.
DOWELL, Dr. and Mrt. Paul
H. of New Cristobal, a son, July
9 at Colon Hospital.
DONAWA. Mr. and Mrs. Albion
of Red Tank, a son. July 9 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
TORRES Mr. and Mrt. J. D.
of Panama/a son, July 9 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
THOMAS. Mr. and Mrt. J. M.
of Panama, a daughter, July 9 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MORALES, Mr. and Mrs. Pe-
dro-of Red Tank, a ton, July 9 at
Gorgas Hospital.
EDEY, Mr. and Mrs. Eustace
of Paraso, a son. July 10. at Gor-
gas Hospital.
ROSARIO. Mr. and Mrs. Nico-
las of Panama, a daughter July
10 at Gorges Hospital.
PARKER, Mr. and Mrs. Basil
of Rio Abajo, a daughter. July 10
at Gorgas Hospital.
BOWEN. Mr. and Mrs. Theo-
philus of Gamboa, a son, July 10
at Gorgas Hospital.
ALVAR ADO. Mr. and Mrs. Raul
of Panama, a son. July 10 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
RATHGEBER. Mr. and Mrs.
D. R. of Diablo, a son. July 10 at
Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
BRASWELL. Emma. 47. of Cu-
rundu Height. July 9 at Gorgas
Hospital.
DA C08T>A. Henry, 55. of Pana-
ma. July 9 at Gorgas Hospital.
WILLIAMS. Ann, 58, of Silver
City. July 8 at Colon Hospital.
McLEAN. Francis. 65. of Gam-
boa, July 9 at Gorgas Hospital.
SILLINS, Sara. 57 of Ancon Ju-
ly 8 at Gorgas Hospital.
HENRY, Charles, 53. of Pana-
ma. July 10 at Gorgas Hospital.
GRAHAM. Delcina. 57. of Pa-
raso, July 10 at Gorges Hospital.
pointed Scrap Salvage Adminis-
trator to expand the scrap
operations. He will confer with
division heads in an attempt to
find and salvage any deposits
of dormant scrap which may
have accomulated in the yards
and plants of Canal Installa-
tions.
All Canal divisions have been
asked to arrange for the dis-
posal of any items suitable for
salvage as soon as practicable.
Mileage Behind Him
CHEBOYGAN, Mich. (UP)
George LeBlanc has retired as a
mail carrier after 40 years of ser-
vice. He estimates be has walked
144,000 miles during that time
over his daily 14-mile route.
If You
want the
Best

want a-
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from
Casa Fasti ich
If you are looking for a su-
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tyllng... precision move-
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... beauty ... WAT CHES!
Prices below those In U.S.A.
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Guard baby' sensitive, delicate skip
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Washed, reody to
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r French *ty|*.
y At baby's bath time, be sure to use
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IT'S FOR YOUall fellows.and girls interested in Handcraft -- Basketball Tennis -
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Directed by Pastor and Mrs. W. H. BEEBY
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THURSDAY, JULY M, 1M1
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Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
..______________________
SUUSU.O l)E LESSEN
Panana
MORRISON'S
Ma. 4 Paartk of JI At*
Phone 2-441
BOTICA CARLTON
1*.M Ml*ndti At*.
Phone 3SS Colon
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Ke. H Wad 12t Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" StreetFmaaa
Na. 12.171 Central Ave.Coleo.
Minimum for
12 words
3 each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
__________________1___:___
FOR SALE:1949 Ford V-8 Fordor
Custom. Con be finonced. 0938
-Amador Road. Balboa, 2-3389,
"after 4:30 weekdays.
O! SALE: 1946 Chryiler Ntw
Yark*r 4 dear ladan, ton, 4 nrw
tires, radio. At cellcnt buy.
Only $315 dawn. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC, r* automobile raw.
FOR SALE
Household
rOR SALE:Kenmore gatolino wash-
ing mochine, practically new. Tele-
phone 27-3-5185 otter four 2-
2175 office.
FOR SALE: Mahogony bookcase,
with doors, 25 cycle, Weslinghouse
refrigerator, 2 year guarantee,
chair. 2-2770.
MISCELLANEOUS
"Jo ran hove a annkina fablem?
Writ* Alcakolia* Anenymey
a 2031 Ante*. C. Z.
RESORTS
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet. Per-
fect condition. 6 tires. Must leave.
5964-D. Smith Place. Diablo.
FOR SALE:1950 Ford 2 d*or Da
Loto SU Sedan, block, radia, teat
cavort, foad tirot. Only $445
dawn. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
yaur FORD dealer an eutemeSile
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet Beloir,
7 000 miles, excellent condition, >
con be financed. Call 86-5233 bf- I
tsr 5:00.
FOR SALE: 25 Cycle 9 eu. ft.
Westihghouse refrigerator, excel-
lent. $100.00. 2S cycle Apex
woshing machine, excellent, $60.-
00. Mahogony diningroom set $75.
00. 5 piece imitation Rattan with
2 end tables, 2 table lamps, $100.
00. 2 grass rugs 9x6, gray, $r2.-
00. Chest of drawers, 2 table lamps
S5.00. 25 cycle phonograph mo-
tor, $5.00, 6 piece odd porch fur-
niture $20 U0. 4 mohogany choirs
$12.00. 7 ft. fish casting net, new.
$20.00. Odds and ends. 104-C,
8th Street New Cristobal, Tel. 3-
1939 for appointment or 3-1598
residence.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontioc Tudor
Streamline. Green. Undercooted.
Plastic seat covers. 15".000 miles
1948 Cushrran motor scooter. Geor
shift Perfect tires ond engine.
Floor model Bendfx console radio-
phonograph, dork mohogany finish.
Tel. 86-3142.
FOR SALE: Five new light weight.
motched suitcases, graduated sizes.
Reasonable. 5533-C, Haines St.,
Diablo.
Wil'iorm Santa Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidoires. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
killioe. Beach cottages. Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
istobal
Houses ON BEACH Santo Cloro.
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 2820 or
see caretaker there.
SramiierV Sonta Clora beoch-
eettoget. Electric ico boxes, gas
sroves. moderte rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
FOR RENT
House
. FOR SALE:Dtiick 49 Super. 2 Door
Sedon, Dynoflow, radio, new tires,
undercoated, etc. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 4-474, house 128.
Pedro Miguel.
FO. SALE:-1950 Mercury 6 eoi-
senqer coupe, light flroy. radio.
eat cavan, good tires. Onlv $600
, down and drive it away. COLPAN
MOTORS INC. your FORD deeler
on automobile row.
VSALE:1951 Radios for Dodge-
DeSoto and Plymouth. Colon Mo-
ror-. Inc. Tl/oli Crossing. Tel. 2-
I 704.___________________________
POR SALE: 1950 PonHoc Shi Do
Lute 4 Door Sedan, black, not
coven, good tires. A cleen cor.
Onlv $595 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. yaur FORD Dealer en
automobile row.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set, dining-
room set, studio couch, end table,
chairs, 2 Chinese chests. House
541 Gulick.
Mothers, happy, heolthy feet start
in the cradb. Protect baby's pre-
cious feet, with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from cradle to 4 years. Ex-
clusively at BABYLAND. No. 40.
44th. falla Visto. Tel. 3-1259.
(If it's for the Baby, we have it"!)
FOR RENT:5-room cottage in'Pa-
sadena. For informotion opply cor-
ner house No. 11. Tel. 2-3142
Panama.
^uMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We Have Just Received
the last shipment
GLASS FINISHING RODS
wf.,'i.,bi p,p t0 "et while
"UNCLE JOE" acts. SO.
We also have
A large assortment of hlrh
quality
HUNTING KNIVES
CEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
FOR SALE:One pr. genuine Eme-
rald ear rings. Price $50.00. Tele-
phone Panama 3-3437.
ifH Position JLa Boca Library
Hours Shortened
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. For steno-
graphic, typing and translation
work by experienced bilingual
stenographer on hourly or daily
basis coll Miss Clarita Sasso at
3-0334
The hours at the La Boca
Branch of the Panama Canal Li-
brary will be shortened during
______________________the summer vacation period at
WANTED:Expert beauty shop op-1 Lh? La Boc* Occupational High
erotor for general work, man or 8_CP.1; where the Branch Library
womon. Do not apply if not
ex-
perienced. Salon de Belleza Fi'o's.
No. 4 "J" Street. Panarni.
is located.
FOR SALE: 50 Ford convertible.
14.000 actual miles. Excellent con- i
, dition. Must sell this week. Phone
Albrook 2130.
Help Wonted
WANTED: English speaking cook
with references. Apply between 5
ond 7 p. m.' 7th. Street No. 1 I "El
Coco."
FOR SALI:1949 No.h 2 door se-
dan, light (roan. 4' now tiros and
toot coven. Only $395 down.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer on automobile row.
WANTED:A reliable maid with re-
ference for house work, cooking
and o little laundry. Can live in.
Diablo 5182-B.
..'OR SALE1948 Nosh Sedan, all
new tires, fine mechonicol condi-
tion. $900.00 Can be finonced. '
Phcne 4-4S5 evenings, 6-431
tfovs.
'fO";SALE: Hudson Commodore.
rfee>:0, seot covers. reasonable
o"fce Call Gulick 88-264.
FOR SALI: 1951 Chevrolet two!
door Fleetlinc Do Lusa todon. co-
lor. maroon. Onlv 1.100 mile*. I,-;
000 miles credit cord foot with
car. This cor still in guaranteed
oriod. Only $560 dawn and
drive it awey. This Is an excellent j
eeeertunrtv. Your FORD caler,
CO'.PAN MOTORS, on automobile
The new hours will go into ef-
fect Monday and cont1n u e
tir-oueh August 4.
The Library will be open from
3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through
Friday, and from 9 a.m. ki the
morning to noon on Saturdays.
MOVTsAir
EDMUND GWENN
(Continued from Page 1))
London Blitz completely demol-
WANTED: English speaking maid 'fhed hi* former residence there.
who can cook. References required. ', V*"1*? he wfel*d his services
1558-C. Colobash St, Gaviln.to ,ne British Army In the last
war. and served in 1916 men of
his age were not being accepted,
so he registered with the milita-
ry of his adopted homeland when
thev were taking men up to 65
But "ready and willing" he re-
marks wistfully, -i Was neVer
called somehow,"
Areo, Balboa.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
Modem furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR REtjiT:Small furnished Apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modem 'conveniences. 43rd, Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Modern, cool, inde-
pendent, and screened opartmenfs.
No. 61. Fourth of July Avenue,
Miguel Hive, phone 2-2446.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom oportment,
nice spacious living diningroom,
Darien St. No 8. next street from
4th of July Avenue.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments,
one bedroom and two bedrooms.
Frigidaire, Bella Vista. Telephone
3-1648.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
large and one small bedroomi,
sitting-dlningroom. kitchen, bem",
at 44th, Street East Bella Vista,
see De Castro, No. 24 B Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panarni.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, both, at No. 20 Vio Espaa,
See Dt-Costra. No. 24 "B," Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Ponoma.
Mr. & Mrs Canal Zone:
POT I I MIIO.%!, SUr-lOVtHH .nfl
our show-room Cutio hulli t,|.
ralors Fabric Free Eathoam n
tonal uranurnv* a h"^*/
r. de la o... Na. 7? (Anta owl
New Telephone 1-4W
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Peliverv. '
T>>. 3-1713
*22 E- 29th 8t.
LEO CAMERAS
Model HIT Syncbroniied
LENSES i ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct ('./. shipments
At Factors Price.
PORRAS
Plata 6 d? Mayo
Panam. It. P.
FOR SALE:borgona. 3989 meters
of land. Also 5.000 meters with
pletelv fenced with new iron posts
and wire. 3 minutes wolk to beach.
Telephone 27-3-5185. 2-2175.
FCR SALE:1949 Ford Custom Se-
i don. maroon, WSW radio, heater,
axtro-, 10.000 miles. Call Clay-
ton 87 529) 3217.
.rWSALE:1950 Chevrolet 4 Door
Styleline De Luxe, whit sidewolts
and radio. Excellen condition. Low
mileage Phone mornings, 2-2136
Bnlboo.
Gwenn s present schedule, al-
smoll dwell.ng. Good well plenty though he is a free-lancer now
o water. Laboratory tested. Com-, might fell a younger man Wlth-
- in a two-year period he made six
films in a row, "Miracle on 34th
Street. "Louisa." "Apartment for
Peggy." "Pretty Baby." "For
Heaven's Sake" and "Mister 880.'
The latest picture he Just comple-
ted "Peking Express" with Jo-
seph Cotten and Corrine Calvert
had its premiere in San Fran-
cisco Just before he left for his
vacation. The role he plays, of a
Jesuit priest who has lived in
China for 40 years, la a pleasant
i change for him. A versatile ac-
|tor such as Gwenn hates to be
'typed.
FOR SALE:1940 Oldsmobile 2-door
tedan, excellent condition. $300.-
00. Mr White. House 8112-B.
Morgorito, .3-2133 days, 3-1384
after 5.
POR SALE: 1949 Hudson Super
Six 4-door sedan, radio, only 14,-
000 miles, excellent condition,
$1,375.00. Tel. Balboo 2984.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED TO BUY:Truck. mule
type, large site. Will pay cosh,
preferably without duty paid. Ap-
ply Ureta, No 191 Control Avenue,
Panama,
PEOPLE WHO
NEED IRON
Find New Convenient Tablet Form
lacreMe* Energy,.Enrlrhe* Blood.
Mjkes Them Feel. I ok and
Art Years Younger
Men and women, nervous and fretful.
nsilv upset and often fatigued. nee<*
plenty of Iron, and the sooner thev
heed this advice the better their health
will be.
In every one of the millions of cells
that make up your body, Iron playa an
important pert.
Your nervous system, your blood, in
fact your whole body, must have a suf-
ficient supply of iron, or weariness, ner-
vousness and a general run-down con-
dition Is sure to result.
Big men of affairs mighty men who
control industries because of sheer will
power and nervous force, know this. or.
if they don't, are clever enough to have
a ohyslclan who does.
Ferrtzan the new combination of
iron and other strength producers as
dispensed at drug stores, is a necessity
to over 40 per cent, of men and women,
because present day foods do not contain
enough iron to give the body the sup-
olv It needs.
To all men and women who are weak.
thin, nervous, timid and lacking in vigor-
ous development Ferrlzan is recommend-
ed by all good drug stores. Get a oack-
sge today.
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THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS
COLON COLON
role of a kindly old cent," hit
role of a kindly ol dgent" his
aents tell him. despite hit
protestations.
His future plans Include the
turning of "Old Herbaceous a
novel by Reginald Arkell' to
which he has just purchased an
option Arkell is an old friend
from Lonaon and Owenn has
appeared in his plays. The novel,
which has enjoyeo great success
as a best-seller is about an old
gardener, and Gwenn would like
to see the popularity oi the book
repeated on the screen.
Once you have seen Gwenn
act. you will never forget it.
seems to be borne out by the let-
ter he showed mo from an old
admirer in California. This lady
had been leafing through her
mementoes and sent him a fray-
ed and yellow program that re-
minded her of a "most enjoyable
evening" when she had teen
Gween in "The Sugar Bowl" in
the Queen's Theatre of London.
The date1907!
Panam has proven a "won-
derful zone of silence" to the
actor in search of a rest. "It has
been a marvelous experience for
me. going through the Canal for
the first time, something I had
always wanted to do."
Gwenn who has travelled all
over the world, and been to the
Suez Canal thinks tht the Pan-
ama Canal is "a monument of
which everv American should be
justly proud."
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$elea*eri Under Nw
''Ian Gets Armv Job
Charles G. Smith. Jr.. until
yesterdav a Damage Control-
man. First Class, on duty at the
U. 8. Naval Station. Coco Solo,
became the first local enlisted
reservist te- return to civilian life
under the Navy Department's
latest discharge policv when he
received his orders at Fifteenth
Naval District Headmtarters to
return to inactive duty.
Althoueh he is from Macon.
Ga Smith has resided on the
Isthmus for the past twelve
vears. and in 1943. originally en-
listed in the Naw at Balboa.
C. Z. He served cvith an under-
water demolition unit based In
the Pacific during the last war.
returning to Inactive duty in
1945.
Smith and his wife. Petrona.
and daughter. Bonnie Ruth, will
reside on the Atlantic side,
where he will be employed bv
the U. 8. Army.
Britain Commissions
1st Atom Warship
LONDON, July 1J. (UP) Brit-
ain has secretly commissioned
her first atomic age warship and
more are on the wav.
The destroyer Relentless, mo-
dified as a sub-hunter, carries
a special superstructure to pro-
tect, withstand atom blasts nnd
protect her crew from radlP*'on.
Almost the entire crew wl'l be
under cover at action stations.
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Saturday Night
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Bomber Dance on Saturday. Mu-
sic will be furnished by the Or-
chestra from the 776th Air Force
Band. CWO Euaene A. Dieter, is
commanding officer ol the band.
This la another of the regular
semi-monthlv dances offered for
the enjoyment of all military
personnel of the area. The Girl's
Service Organization of the
Y.M.C.A.. plan these dances and
act as dance hostesses. Ouest
dance hostesses must be sponsor-
ed by a O.S.O. member or secure
a guest pass in advance from the
Y.M.C.A. program director. Mrs.
Abble de Linares. Service men
are invited to bring their wives
but are asked to request a guest
pass in advance.
The houra of the dance are 8
to 11 p.m. 8pecial entertainment
features are planned for the in-
termission period when senior
hostesses will preside at the re-
freshment table. There Is no
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CLINTON. Mass. (UP) At 1:-
30 pjn. on a windy afternoon.
Mrs. Elizabeth Benway lost a $20
bill in the business district. For
three hours the bill was carried
about on the breezes, without
anyone discovering it. Then Alex
Sorel, while crossing a street sev-
'Goodbye My Fancy'
Cast Is Chosen
Jean Simpson, director for the
Theater Guild's forthcoming
production "Goobye Mv Fancy,"
has announced that the follow-
ing cast has been chosen for
the play:
Jimmy Merrill will be played
by Elaine Lombard, Amelia bv
Jeanne Capwell, Clarisse by Judy
Crooks. Mary Nell by Liona Joan
Sears. Miss Shackleford bv Mary
Brlgham. Susan by Ann Henrl-
quez. Woody by Jerry Barone.
Agatha (the lead) by Joan
Bentz, Ellen by Sylva Carpen-
ter, and Prof. Blrdeshaw by
Alda Bettii.
The two Janitors will be play-
ed by Roger Maduro and Cle-
mente Aseron. a telephone man
by Ken Mlllard. Carol by Bar-
bara Comber, Jri bv Mollv Fran-
cey. Dr. Pitt by T. R. Greevey,
James Merrill bv Stan Fidanque.
Prof. Dingley by Dr. Fred How-
ard. Matt Cole by Dick Lanzler.
and Claude Oriswold bv Bruce
Carpenter.
Mrs. Simpson has announced
that she would like all members
of the cast to meet at the Thea-
ter Guild Shack in Diablo at
7:30 p. m. Monday evening, to
discuss rehearsal hours and pro-
duction plans.
eral blocks distant, spotted the
bill and took it to police. They re-
stored it to Mrs. Benway. who had
reported her loss.
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place at the Santa Cruz Club-
house. It was previously an-
nounced that the affair would
be held (at the Santa Crus
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duate announced that a special
floor-show will be staged in
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WASHINQTON what sense
Is there in trying to be diplo-
matic with Dean Acheson's State
Deptv Just what does one need
to do keep it from being of aid
to the propaganda ministry o
the Soviet Union a nation
described by our military and
policy-making leaders in a re-
cent debate as the real ene-
my"?
The FBI-, concern, ever the 4 escaped Red chiefs center. 'to^crfttetem^thaMt0 raentlv
grey* Bebcrt eTftmapmf, ex-w.r hewyTbey have been tipped sp(.,u 5.000 of Us undiplomatic
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Labor New
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Winters, but Bill Thomas (the Universal film exec) thinks That's
Very l'unm.. CBS news star Larry Le-Seuer and hi. wife have
made up their minds... T. Fentington of the Blue Book weds Ma-
ria Roderiaue Alvalo. (Mexican millionaires.) in Mexico next
month. Bis wife is unman.vine at Vegas
Attv's most important witnesses (in the
died.. .Mae West's leading man in "Diamond
and actress Doc Avedon were secretly sealed weeks ago...Walter
will need on other ironts by
some personal Investigation.
There Is before me a list of
11 U* S. labor people, including;
K* Z\ Vra^m-obe, otodousy pVo-Sovrt' acUvUU,
h'?i,de,n.S M.,th! wn were ented passports for
d Lll (Dan Matthews) .lrto ,rQ,i (clr!o ,.. o
wide travel inside Russia. Some
Guggenheim, millionaire importer, and Claire Newton (of the y.* {
Western banking clan) are a bride-and-grumor.. .A U. S. Marine i,',
newspaperman tells chums he will sock Academy Award winner
Jose Ferrer first time they meet.
of these are friends and poll-
colleagues of Russophile
Robeson, whose passport
was revoked because to have
handed It to him would have
From the front page.: "FBI gal tells Congress of American .^"{J"0"8' a^aLhr
Reds In Washington. She also revealed that Walter Winchell ex- tnere can be no doubt
posed a Communist meeting held In the Willard Hotel." I^ther
And Vou should have heard the screams for retractions the 'Tr,'
documentation in this
present it here to the
management demandedand never got.
State Dept. to show what Its
security officers could have
done. Had they been interested,
of course.
First, here are the names of
those in the delegation which.
having been briefed in Moscow
Is now on Us
Washington people say the reason no contempt indictments
wil lbe pinned on those who refused to testify 1 during Kefauver's
teevy sessions) Is this: This networks are scared the courts may
sustain their contention that vldeocastlng is an "invasion of pri-
vate rights." Such a delsion might make it illegal to telecast any and Leningrad. .- .. .. .^
public event (without first getting okays from every person photo- |\vay to the "Socialist" glories in
graphed 1 and would end sports events, tv location shots,, etc. Crimea. What they won't see.
------------. of course, is the blood or the
corpses of the purged. But here
Novelist Howard Fast and writer J. Howard Lawson (leadin* goes:
members of the Lefted-Punky Set) almost came to blows at a Red Leader of the group is Leon
emergency meeting. Both were ordered tu leave. Madeleine Bovd. Straus, a vice president Of the
widow of famed critic Ernest Boyd (he discovered Thomas Wolfe).'Fur Workers' Union which, for
and Paraguayan cattle baron Francesco Ulli are Very Serious... years, has been led by avowed
Richard Fersllng, the legalist, weds Ludmila McGonigal ip mid- Communists. Not only was Straus
Sept. 8he*s semi-Russian, ditto Irish. He's Swede-Yank. All AH- sort of the military chief of the
American merger ..Phillies catcher Dei Wilber and hi. wife are last May Day parade into New
Infant-tot-ripating. Mebbe Aug. 4.. N. Y. Yankees sport, reporter York's Union Square, but he
Mel Allen and pretty Jodie Zierler are a How-About-That Item... whipped into shape the Corn-
Several N. Y. cop. have been offered a vacation with pay In Cuba, mies' "Defense Corps' back on
All they hav* to do is find out who wants the Cuban Fres shot. Sept. 4, 1949, when riots swept
I the area In Peeksklll, New York,
^wily WASHINGTON
'-.. 1 f.. ON,
MERRY-GO-ROUND
y ORIW PtARSON

Land Deal
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. I see where the Indians are
I where! ieftwine'"organization.' c'anioring to get back a piece of Manhattan on
Glenn McCarthy of Howton 1.; in town.featurlnK a green dia- !hd scheduled Pa'ul f obeson to | & uwdJ^uthhev & ^K^ $? Jg
worth of beads and a cask of firewater.
mond stickpin. Value $25.000. Muggers will simply have to take 8 their turn in line.. Tip to Motorists; Drive SlowlyYour Hearse, sv,'r thnt manpuver former U 1
Will!... Matthew Simmons and model Kathv HiU will blend Dec. L *v iteVit^ red-blooded, all-American boy named Chief
1. -Jf?/y "c"or5 *!S the. XLte.rrtW^'Jake LLMo,t? wl" &* tost hh? reseivf connnl^on.1 B? I*S'nh,^ ,.W.h deSCrlbed hlmse,f a chl,d
uo hefty dough fighting In Britain.. .Thev say Stengel has told
now he's
the Yankee proprietors this is his last year. Tommy Henrlch may '^nlte the vears o intense pro
succeed... Big. to-do uncoming over the jackup bv some disc-jox &" nf.*5X "U. Ph
. psychologist. Is seeking the return of a mldtown
lined a passport, block He wants ,t back for lhe orlglnal pur.
oiiLirru. .ojk lu-uu iiiii-uiiium uvci mc jutsup uv sume aiac-jux rnmmiintut a<-ttvltv itnce the
on "kickbacks".. .Didn't Marilyn Paul become a July 4th bride?... ETZ.liri.nf v,
fighting/ fields of PeekskilL
And he made such a pretty
speech to the- Russians who
greeted his delegation at the
airport. It was charged back
here, he said aggrievedly, that
Aren't the gendarmes sitting on a solution to the long time un-
solved murder of Dot King? Last initial *'S"?...The White 8ox don't
wear them...The legend that all fighters wind ud daffv and
broke doesn't click for Billy Petrolle. "The Fargo Express." He's
a bank veep.. .The college boys are going in for 1880 styles.. The
cop. wrecked an after-hours Bottle Club. Two more will get the
same axtreatment, Furniture tossedjnto the. treat...etc___Funnv
to see millionaire Frederick Vanderbilt field being a Tool for the .
Communists...Oh. well. A Tool and His Money, etc....Four more delegation, wants to .see with >" bought it. It was unihfested with strip-teasers
chase price.
I have always had a hunch that the Indians
nulled a fast on. on old Petrus when they un-
loaded Manhattan on him. I think it was part
of a plot against the whites a long-term hex
that rlchens with the vears.
"Ugh," said the No. 1 real estate agent. "We
teach urn. We swindle um good. We drive urn
the Soviet Union threatens war. nuts xi it take. 50 jft*rs,"
Us-' cmilff Sliclf a* thing"be? His. Manhattan asa pffstora! place when Mlnuit
columns and one more broadcast. Ha. ha!!
THIS IS YOU POUUM THI MAPIUS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
the Mail Box ii an ope* torum ret raadart at th Panamo Amanean
tatter, art racaivad gratefully and ara tiaadlarf in helly contia'entio'
tanner
If ou contributa a letter .an I be impatient it it doein't a apta
next day. tatter era published rn the ordar receive*
Pleaie try fo keeo the letter, limitad to one loath
Identity mt latter wnleri > held in ttrictait confidence
Thb newipopei aisumei na raaaaniibility far itatement, a> oainiani
*pi,ed in lettera ironi raadart.
Moscow airport, were, accord-
ing to Communist press reports:
HiUlard Ellis, of the Chicago
Autoworkers Union, Local 453,
known to the others in that
CIO organization as a fellow-
Communist section In the na-
lions service trades.
Fred Santat, Local 114, 11 lt-
ed Electrical Workers, Chicago;
WHERE WAS THE JANITOR? iclock at Santa Ana plaza which ; Henr,J',gatke, Jr. United Elec-
Panama.R.deP.,lunil was badly needed The Mall Box Editor clock. 1 I lana and Michigan): Warren
The Panama American Publish- We are Just hoping that it will' "00V.eru,Dls.trlct nv,, d Ken"
own eyes How Russia seeks or hotel doormen. Sporadic skunks roamed the
peace. ,Wall Street section, and" copper-skinned mob-
'Followlng .him off. the air-. sters from Brooklvn occasionally made a foray,
plane, carefully guarded by So-1 but largely It was a quiet, peaceful place. But
viet secret police assigned to the the Manhattan Indians Just naturally figured
thev couldn't keep it that way.
There was something In the air, even then,
that was vaguely disturbing to the residents.
The squaws began to holler for tepees over-
looking the park. Manhattan was so Ideally lo-
cated that friends and relative were alwavs
traveller long before he went to'dropping in from the surrounding countryside.
Mecca. J demanding food and lodginc and tickets to the
Lee Candea, once a functionary 1 ble powwows.
'" of the New York Hotel and Club | There are some who say that $24 and a hogs-
Employes when that union was head of hooch was not a fair Drice for the ls-
tigldly controlled by the pro- land, but the owners didn't figure that way.
Twenty-four fish, in those days, was roughiv
equivalent to the national debt today, and we
must not. forget that Mr. Astor had not vet ar-
rived to improve the premises.
The Red Man was a prettv smart cookie. In
those days, before the United States took'over
his moral and physical welfare, and the Red
Man could see the handwriting on the wigwam
wall.
He knew It wouldn't be long before the Brit-
ish would hijack the Joint from the Dutch, and
then the Americans would knock off the new
tenants.
He may not have foreseen prohibition, but It
is a matter of record that the barrel of Joy
Juice was eagerly received. He may not have
foreseen the day when every squaw must have
a mantel of mink, but he was already getting
rumbles in the lodge that the little doeskin
afternoon dress wag too short in the hem for
style, and that Mama simply wouldn't be caught
dead In the forest if she had, to wear it an-
other, year. He may not have foreseen the de-
struction of the gold standard, but history tells
us that wampum had been twice devaluated
prior to the vear 1828.
There was no wav he could know that a Mr.
Jack Rockefeller would erect a tall tepee in the
heart of the best pheasant country, from which
would come the soap opera, the ulcer, the ad-
vertising campaign and the singing commercial,
but he noticed that the braves were spending
more and more time over the signal tom-toms,
and on clear afternoons the skv waa crowded
with puffs of smoke as the primitive announcers
extolled the virtues of Sitting Pretty warpaint.
Yes, sir. I think our red brothers had a pret-
ty clear idea of what was coming the crowd-
ed trails, the underground tunnels, the visiting
tribesmen, the dissatisfied squaws with little
dags too expensive to eat. the iron horses and
the prohibitive cost of stew meat. I think the
Red Man got the best of the bargain, for New
York today is no place for a peace-loving war-
rior to dwell. Too many tribes in it. all out for
each other's scalp, and noisy to beat the band.
lng Co..
Panama. R. de P.
Dear Sir:
A little over a month ago while
seeking employment. I happened
to call at the Central Labor Of-
fice. Balboa, Canal Zone, it was
the lunch period.
While standing propped against
that side of the fence that barri-
cades the raiiriad yard, waiting
for work to resume I had to an-
swer a call of nature. In my all
out effort to reach the men's
room in the loafers' shed I was
truck with an offensive odor. In
rder to keep alive I retreated to-
ward the railroad yard to let na-
ture have Us course.
I returned and made a very
swift yet close Inspection of both
the ladles' and men's rooms in
the shed.
They were in an awful state
dirt about 1-8 thick in the basins,
the bowls black ,'nd don't think
be given the proper attention to:tril w,0l*ers. Ohio and.Ken
keep it going with the correct itucky. Nothing, more need be
time always and not like the one sa.to,here r. tl?e Pro-Soyietism
installed at Lesseps Park which i this notorious lniiltrating
was apparently Installed by ano-, apparatus of the electronics ln-
vice with no experience of install-'d^try. ..,.,.
lng clocks that he did not know LSSS*.. Jac,Ques- "'clal .. of
that an electric clock must be District 65, of the Distributive, j
connected directly behind the Processing and Office Workers
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALS0P
THE FIRST OFFENSIVE
AVON, Conn. Here in Connecticut, in the
meter without any switch and
only a disconnecting plug was all
that was necessary to put it out
of service when necessary, but
this individual has got it connect-
ed with the decoration and sign
light which is only used at night,
consequently the clock only
works when sign Is on, never
could have the right time of the
day: but what beats all is to see
that this has been going on all
this long time since It was put
up and those concerned are too
Union, which. In the East, spe- green peace of a farm In a quiet valley, is not
clallzes in dispatching 60 to a bad place to take stock, after a long expedi-
100-man flying squads to ter-jtion of inquiry In Europe and the Middle East,
rorlze widows, old men and sales In this stock taking, two points especially strike
girls in small shops.
Stanley Beczklewiz, organizer,
CIO 8hoe Workers District Coun-
cil, Chicago; Jack Blackwell,
Mine, Mill and Smelter Work-
ers, Local 14, a notorious pro-
Communist union whose leaders
have succeeded In lnflltratlnglj
our critical copper smelting in-
dustry:
tl;ls reporter. The first Is the brilliant success
of our venture In Korea, which has now been
proven by the desire of the Masters of the
Kremlin to cry quits there.
The real gain in Korea has not been local:
Indeed it could be most clearly seen In Europe.
In Korea, in fact, we totally disrupted a Soviet
program of world conquest that seemed, only a
year ago, to be almost unbeatable. There is no
fields and offices on my routine
of seeking employment. I passed
around the said office to see if
for the worse, the ground outside
the rooms was soppy with water
from the bowls and diseased files
buzzed around my ears.
Do the loafers and the people
who work in this side of the Cen-
tral Labor Office have olfactory
nerves?
Yours very truly.
An exceptional LOAFER
the Shah of Iran to give his country the onfy
kind of government that makes sense a tough
reform regime on the Turkish pattern of Mus-
tapha Kemal Pasha although the British alone
have already tried this and failed.
Yet the likelihood of a grave outcome in Iran
is proven by the private understanding between
London and Washington, that If the Tudeh
party In fact begins to take over, the British
will receive American support for a troop move-
ment Into the southern Iranian oil region. Un-
happily, the chances are that It will then be
too late for strong measures to save anything
from the wreck.
Simultaneously, a Soviet triumph In Iran will
have the widest repercussions throughout the
whole disordered Middle East. And the combin-
ed Influence of these developments will in turn
alter the vital strategic balance In the eastern
Mediterranean.
These consequences of the Iranian trouble,
long ago forecast in reports from the scene in
this space, may now come to pass In one or
two or three month's time. If this sort of out-
come In Iran is not somehow averted, the re-
sult will be a material upset In the world bal-
ance of power. But the process will not end
there.
turrnhedmUnUhnthee Wcs1ern^lHan*nCpower to
and hear afl ^""quarter "hoS ire the%ftal states: toda*: -llther in London or ln Washington. The resist Soviet pressure. bo by its local effects
chimes from these clocks which Just drop in on Room 501, at
doubt at all that the Soviet empire would now
be absorbing the first important fragment of a
Marie Bowden," Sheet
blind to note this defect to "have Metal Workers, AFL, Los An-
il corrected, geles, and Vincent Moscato, of disarmed Western world, if Korea had not put
-' This Is also a clock that would the Macy Dept. Store local, 'an end to what may be called the Louis John-
of the odor. I maoe no comment serve the community with all ap- whose anti-Communist leaders fon era of American and European policy mak-
on this but presumed the Janitor ; preciatlon and delight if kept in have a record on the fellow and ; lng- .... _____'..
was sick for a few days. order. want the word to know that the!, Second, however, the Masters of the Kremlin
1 While on the subject of public union disavows his Junket. ; '\ave no,w radically adapted their tactics to the
Today after wondering over clocks in the city I would like to I And If the State Dept. invest- cnanged world situation. And there are a great
probable course of events
mentably predictable.
In Iran is now la-
know why the two main clocks of gators have difficulties locating ^fny reasons to doubt whether the Western
the city on the towers of the Ca-, the weird and unknown com- 'eade" "e tan?, **Her prepared to meet these
thedral and Sta. Ana churches'mlttee which dispatches these "^^l" tactics, than hev were prepared for
there were any good news. As are put out of commission; these people and evidently raises ;tne.s"dden challenge of the Korean aggression,
usual It was lunch period, and clocks were a credit to our cltv ; the scores of thousands of dol- ,? "Jf vlv d flIlu8trat.,on 0i*,r^St
I thought I would take a drink of lor one could stay at home ail :lars required to get them across ""Dreparedness U the crisis in Iran, whose in-
water.
This time, upon approaching
the shed, the odor had changed
the community benefited im- 80 East lth Street! New York.
menselyby. or telephone Spring 7-7805 and
Is It that they cannot find a ask for the thing called "The
clockmaker who knows how to,Committee to Survey Trade
repair these clocks In the Repub- Union Conditions ln Europe."
lie? Then why not apply to our Or Room 329, at the same ad-
nelghbors across the boundary adress telephone number Oregon
where they have compe tent 3-7978.
naHUgnh,cettnrlCia,n8 "f^!"* ', **" J*#* wj ^k i^es "n 'Thch"'\he"''lranl.n '"government
part necessary to repair these from the Crimea and most of ij.Ves The chief result will be to stOD the Dav
clocks regardless of make and,them will say uch glowing
orieln things .bout the nation Mr.
Hoping that this will catch the Truman and his advisers have
eye of those concerned and this told us i. the real enemy,
defect remedied as soon as pos- | So I ask, what do you have
sible for we can see that the ; to do to get the State Dept. to
stop making It easy for these
propagandists to operate?
The British and American policy makers will
go on hoping that the irrational Iranian Prime
Minister. Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, will some-
how come to "see reason." until the expropria-
tion of the British oil interest in a fully accom-
plished fact. The British will then retaliate by
applying economic sanctions, cutting off the oil
PANAMA TIME
Panama City
7-8-51
Editor MaU Box
Panama American
I would like through this me- clocks"are good~one.~and"YhouTd
dlum to congratulate those con- 1 be put to function properly
cerned on behalf of the entire Thanking you Mr. Editor for
community for the Installation the above space.
of the "Cerveza Balboa" sign and 1 A Citizen
(Copyright 19S1 Post-Hall
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of the already feeble Iranian Armv and police.
And with the sole serious opposition thus con-
veniently removed, the Communist Tudeh. party,
the only hard organization in Iran, will there-
upon seize power from the distracted Iranian
nationalists.
This outcome Is not yet Inevitable, of course.
Dr. Mossadegh and his friends may yet come to
their senses, although they have ostentatiously
refused to do so thus far. Or the Americans
land British mav iointlv succeed ln persuading
and by generally spreading discouragement and
demoralization. And It will also encourage the
Masters of the Kremlin to press their new ad-
vantage, by makln? further moves somewhere
else In short, the kind of defeat that now
threatens In Iran will Inevitably lead onwards
to new challenges, which will be still harder to
meet. Yet if these new challenges are not met.
the result will be even more serious defeats.
From all these bleak facts, the pattern of the
revised Soviet tactics all too clearly emerges. >
The frontal attack ln Korea has been a failure. I
Hence the masters of the Kremlin have gone
over to a different system of offensives direct-
ed against the soft, vulnerable flanks of the
Western allies. The first offensive is aimed at
the politically chaotic, economically backward
former colonial countries, like Iran. And there
are other similar offensive, now being develop-
ed by the Kremlin, which will be examined ln
subsequent reports.
(Copvrl.ht. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
Drtw Peorson says: MacArthur committee is on the sp>;
Sen. Humphrey won't let civil-rights issue die; Vodka
speaks louder than words.
> I
WASHINGTON. Republican Senators on the MarArthur In-
vestigating committee have been doing some hurried backstage
conferring since the truce proposal for Korea. Privately theywW
they had taken the advice of OOP Sen. Eugene Milllkin of Colo-
rado.
General MacArthur not only demanded that the United Statea
extend the Korean war to China, but Indicated .here was no chanca
of ending the Korean fighting without such extension. Now IS
looks like the fighting might be ended. Furthermore, Senate Re-
publicans swallowed MacArthur's belligerent policy hook-llne-and-
sirker.
Inside fact is that astute Senator Millikln warned his GO
colleagues against going all-out for MacArthur, He cautioned tha
the American public does not want war, and that the Republican
Party could not afford to get itself.stamped with a belligeren*pro-
gram. However, most GOP Senators Ignored his advice, and some,
including Taft, even made speeches putting themselves squawir
behind MacArthur. v
Now, ln view of the Korean truce negotiations, they find them-
selves very much behind the MacArthur eight-ball.
That Is the real reason why Senator Brewster of Maine, ainem-
ber of the MacArthur Investigating committee, announced tha
GOP committee members would delay making their report. Actual-
ly, the delay wasn't to avoid possible embarrassment to General
Rldgway, as Brewster announced, but to avoid possible embarrass-
ment to GOP committee members.
NOTEWhen the minority report finally does come out. It
will be a watered-down version slapping Truman for his method
of firing MacArthur, but carefully avoiding any endorsement of
MacArthur's proposals for expanding the war ln Asia.
TROUBLE FOR DEMOCRATS
The Issue that blew the Democratic Party apart In 194i'wa
quietly relntroduced the other day by Sen. Hubert Humphrey, Min-
nesota Democrat, when he tossed into the legislative hopper tho
eight civil-rights bill that provoked the Dixiecrat revolt.
The Democrats had conveniently forgotten to Introduce civil-
rights legislation this session, until Humphrey discovered the omis-
sion and threw the whole works back into the legislative mUl.
"Newspapermen, travelers and others who have visited many
areas of the world report that Communism at present has It*
greatest appeal ln those areas of the world Inhabited by dark-
skinned peoples," declared the Minnesota senator. "These areaa
house two-thirds of the world's population which, in the main,
is non-Caucasian. Needless to say, china is already gone and sec-
tions of Southeast Asia may be on the way.
"To these people our exhortations about democracy and equal-
ity of rights seem hollow and empty; they are not taken seriously.
.Soviet propagandists point dally to the discrepancies between
the American theory of Democracy and Us practice at home," Hum-
phrey argued.
"Not so long ago." Humphrey continued, "I had an opportun-
ity to talk with an Indonesian friend. He questioned the fact that
the United States was a democracy. After all, he said, were thera
not 486 lynchings ln the United States in 1949? I pointed out that
there had been only three lynchings in the United States that
year.
"Some time later, in talking to a man from Nigeria, educated
ln Cambridge, England, I was amazed to hear the same query down
to the exact number of lynchings mentioned by my Indonesian
rriend," Humphrey pointed out. "The use of the Identical number
made me realize the effectiveness of the Communist propaganda
blared out into those areas of the world inhabited by dark race..
"Democracy is more than achievement, more than material
progress. moi"e than elections and government," Humphrey con-
cluded. "Democracy is essentially a faith of freedom, of equality,
of human dignity and brotherhood."
TRUCE DIPLOMACY
Chief backstage pushers of peace ln Korea have been Britain,
Australia and Canada. They were ready to nudge American elbowa
If necessary... The Kremlin has been careful to plant allBI for
ptace ln Korea. On June 26 Pravda editorialized on the MalHrpro-
posal: -It Is quite obvious that the war in-Korea cannot b*; con-
sidered apart from th entire national situation." It then com-
i plained of the remilitarization of Western Germany and Japan,
(he Atlantic Pact, U.S. bases ln Europe and the Middle East,, thtta
giving the impression, true or otherwise, that the Kremlin, wor-
ried about our activities ln other parts of the world, doesn't want
to waste supplies in Korea... Significantly, the Pravda editorial
dovetails with an optimistic report given the Pentagon by Elsen-
hower's deputy ln Europe, Lt. Gen. Al Oruenther. Western Europe,
he reported, would be strong enough in a year to make Russia
"stop and think" before launching an invasion. He also reported
thai Russia Is critically short of aviation gas and fears our indus-
trial might... U.S. Ambassador Kirk, talking with deputy <*V>r-
tlgn Minister Gromyko ln Moscow, got the Impression that the
Kremlin Is fed up with the Chinese, will pull the supplies out rom
under the whether the Chinese like it or not. Kirk cabled Wash-
ington that Gromyko seemed to have no tricks up his sleeve, even
gave Kirk the names of two Communist commanders, one North)
Korean and one Chinese, to whom the truce offer should be made.
.VODKA SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS em
Dapper Congressman Hugh Scott, Jr.. of Philadelphia1 tell
the following story of an experience with a Russian commissar
in Germany who spoke good English, and who was maneuvered
into a corner where Scott lectured him.
"My country Is strong and proud and great and prepared to
defend itself against aggression," the Pennsylvania Republican
said. "I know your country is equally strong and proud" and
great and equally prepared for defense. I hope that in Russia
there wi> grow up a concern for a peaceful way of life In the
world. I feel this concern exists among your people, as lt does
vlth the American people."
The Soviet commissar listened, then looked carefully around
to see If anyone was listening. Finally he asked: "Mr. Scott, do
you like vodka?"
Surprised, the congressman replied that he did:
"Tomorrow at 10 o'clock," continued the commissar, "thera
will be ln your room the finest bottle of vodka ln this city."
Scott's Interpretation of the conversation is: "I keep thia
bottle as a memento that the Russian commissar was trying to
ie.l me that, even as high as he was, the desire for a peaceful
way of life exists behind the Iron Curtain."
CHINESE PRISONERS
A revealing look at Communist China was obtained by Seat-
tle's Sen. Warren Magnuson at U.N. prisoner-of-war camps la
both Korea and Hong Kong.
. Magnuson found the Chinese prisoners, unlike the fiercely
fanatical North Koreans, are happy to be prisoners and quito
wl.'ling to talk.
One grinning Chinese told the Washington senator, through
an Interpreter, this story of how he "volunteered" for service
ln Korea:
"A Communist recruiter came to our village and said if I
volunteered my family would get the big farm on the hill. If
I didn't volunteer. I would be grabbed anyway, so I volunteered,*
At Hong Kong, Senator Magnuson talked with many Chlneaff
from Canton who are allowed to leave the Chinese mainland
tot Hong Kong by posting a "bond" of two persons. If the visitor
falls to return from Hong Kong, the two persons are Jailed.
He was told that the Communist purge of older people has
been more damaging to the Mao regime than the Korean war,
because of traditional Chinese reverence for elders. A Commun-
ist magistrate ln Canton created a riot by sentencing his own
father to death
Middle- and upper-class Chinese on the mainland are fed
up with the Communists, but do not want a return of Chiang
Kai-shek. Magnuson personally felt that a new and progressive
group of Chinese leaders are developing on Formosa and tells
of an exchange with the governor of the Island, K. C. Wu.
When Wu enthusiastically explained the new land-reform
program worked out by U.8. Department of Agriculture experts,
Magnuson Interrupted to remind him: "If you people had taken
u,j that Idea about three years ago. you'd be ln China today,
Instead of on Formosa."
(Cepyrlght. 1951. By The Bell Syndicate, lac.)
Faltering Philip!
Philip's Ufe i. filled witb bruise*.
Well-worn steps and rags he a**.
Repair* would leave hi. borne like new
P A. Classifieds, lust the right clue!


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Box 195, Qalmx ZJJtplxon, (jal*n 378
CORAL CHAPTER .K.S. CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY
The 31st anni?ersary of the founding of Coral Chapter,
No. i. Order of (he Eastern Star, of Gatun, was celebrated at
the stated meeting Tuesday evening.
-.Dinner was served in the banquet hall preceding the
meeting by Mrs. Spencer Smith and her committee. A tro-
pical theme was used with large tropical paintings placed
around the walls and a pollera scene forming the backdrop
for. the head table. Tropical foliage was effectively used and
orchids with sprays of ferns centered the tables. Tall green
Upen in crystal star holders completed the decorations of
the head table.
Seated at the head table with the officers were four
gaesls, Mrs. David Howe, who is leaving the Isthmus in the
near future and was attending her last meeting, and the
Worthy Matrons of the other Isthmian Chapters, Mrs. Alice
Eaton of Orchid Chapter in Balboa, Mrs. June May, of Royal
Palm Chapter in Cristobal, and Mrs. Helen Gardner of Fern-
leaf Chapter in Pedro Miguel. Mr. William Hughes, Worthy
Patron, was master of ceremonies.
! Grace was said before the dinner by Mr. Leon Egolf.
The meeting was held In the
i Chapter room which was dccor-
. ted with baskets of mixed gladi-
oli. The rostrum In the east was
' banked with greenery and was
Hanked by baskets of lilies, yel-
low callas and purple agapan-
Mra. John Fahnestock, Worthy
Matron of the Chapter and her
offloe'rs were dressed In Panama-
nian costumes and the men wore
Montuno blouses.
The past officers were honored
on this occasion and they exem-
eUfied the degrees. These officers
icluded: Worthy Matron. Mrs.
Jack Sutherland; Worthy Patron.
Mr. William Badders; Associate
Patron, Mrs. Fred Newhard; As-
sociate Patron, Paul Furr; Sec-
retary, Leon Egolf; Treasurer,
Starlord Churchill; Conductress,
Mrs. T. J. Ebdon. Jr.; Associate
Conductress, Mrs. Starford Chur-
chill; Chaplain. Mrs. Carl Brown;
Marshal. Mrs. Victor May. Sr ;
Organist. Arthur Albright; Adah,
Mrs. Stanford Skinner; Ruth,
Mrs George Poole, Sr.; Esther,
Mrs. Caleb Clement; Martha.
Mrs. Arthur Albright; Electa
Mrs. Paul Furr; V/arder, Fred
ibwhard; Sentinel, William
Mu. Sutherland and her offi-
cers were inducted into their of-
fices in a ceremony reminiscent
Di one used by Mrs. Sutnerland at
the time she assumed the duties
bi this office. They duplicated
the ceremony in which the offi-
cers were presented lels of orch-
ids. At this time Mrs. Edith En-
celke sang "Memories."
As Worthy Matron, Mrs. Suth-
erland had the pleasure of in-
stalling her husband, Mr. Jac.<
Sutherland as a member of the
organization, with Mr. and Mrs.
James Pierce of Coco Solo. Mrs.
Fred Newhard and Miss Ann
Newhard sang several duets dur-
ing the initiatory degrees.
In a clever mock trial, Mrs.
Fuhr.estock was presented a
crystal vase by Mrs. Sutherland.
Following the business and
meeting, which was closed with
the singing of "The Lord's Pray,-
er," by Mrs. Caleb Clement, the
grouo adjourned to the banquet
hall ior the cutting of the birth-
day cake.
The white cake was In the
This New Amazing
Cour'h Mixture Comes
From Blizzardly
Cold Canada
Compounded trorr tort Conodtsn
Pin Balsam. Menthol Glycerine. Irish
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Buckley's Conodiol Mixture is difier-
an! J- more elective taster In
oction. Get o bottle todov ok
o teospoonful. >et it lie on your tongue
e moment then swallow slowly
feel its powerful effective action
tpreoo through throot. heao end
bronchtoi tubes. Coughing sposrr
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loosen up thick choking phlegm and
opon up clogged bronchial tubes
Now rou'll know why over 30 mil-
lion Dottles ol Buck'ey's hove been
olr in cold, wintry Canoda.
Tout own druggist has this greot
Canadian discovery.
shape of a huge star with the
points decorated in pastel flow-
ers to repeat the colors of the or-
ganization. Mrs. Howard Harris
cut the cake, assisted by Mrs.
William Badders. The "star
points" served the members and
guests. These ladles were: Miss
Ann Newhard, Mrs. Catherine
Garrett, Mrs. Marie Gorman, Mrs.
Marion Greene, and Mrs. Blanche
Bishop. Mrs. Myrtle Hughes, pres-
ident of the Star Club presided at
the punch bowl.
A clever "Baijan" skit was put
on by Mrs. Andrew Whltlock and
Carl Newhard, and Mrs. George
Engelke sang the Panamanian
Anthem in Spanish, and all Join-
ed with her In singing the Na-
tional Anthem of the United
I States.
A; this time Mrs. Fahnestock
pre. nied Mrs. Sutherland a ba-
ta which she had hand painted.
Souvenir booklets of tropical
songs, parodies on popular tunes,
were given the guests. The
rhymes were the work of Mrs.
Grace Nay lor, of Monrovia, Cali-
fornia, a past Worthy Matron of
the Chapter, and the booklets
were dedicated to her. These were
handdecorated by Mrs. Fahne-
stock as were the unusuaf green
programs.
Birthday Luncheon
A birthday luncheon was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner of
the DeLesseps Area Tuesday, for
their son, Earl, Jr., to celebrate
his fifth birthday anniversary.
The birthday table was decor-
ated with Hop-a-Long Cassldy
appointments and centered with
a large white birthday cake. The
cake was decorated with confec-
tion roses and topped with blue
candles. Favors of fancy hats,
and candy baskets with Jacks for
the girls and tops for the boys
were given.
The young guests were: Bar-
bara, Billy and Tommy knox,
Patsy and Michael Edgar, Doug-
las Cheek, Jonne Barnes, Martha
Ann Fahrubel, Richard Smith,
Donny White, Nancy Sue Damer-
on, Laura Dorow, Bobby Rice,
Nancy Largent, Ruth and Micky
Brooks and Lousdie Cornell.
The adults who attended were:
Mrs. William Knox, Mrs. C. D.
Domeron, Mrs. Robert Fisher,
Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mrs. Jack Rice,
Mrs. James Brooks, Mrs. Lorio,
Mrs. V. J. Gonzalez, Mrs. J. B. Do-
row, Mrs. William Edgar, and Mr.
Lester Largent.
Mrs. Knox assisted the host-
ess.
Visitors From
Costa Rica
Mr. Joaqun Agullar Esqulvel
and Miss Cristina Esqulvel arriv-
ed from San Jos, Costa Rica, at
the beginning of the week and
stopped at the r. otel El Panam.
They crossed the Isthmus to be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles i
G. Rellly of Margarita and visit
other friends on the Atlantic side.
Today they left by plane for Me-
dellin to visit the former Miss
Myrella Esqulvel.
-tal for the past three months has
been discharged from the hospi-
tal and Is convalescing at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. E. N.
Belland, of New Cristobal.
Father Finn
Leaves Isthmus
Father William Finn, CM. who
has been serving as pastor of the
Church of the Holy Family in
Margarita, left Tuesday by plane
for an indefinite visit in the
States. He will visit his mother In
New York.
Family Supper at
Chiefs' Club
The Chiefs' Wives Club spon-
sored a family nlght.covered dish
supper at the Chiefs' Club Tues-
day evening as the-first activity
of the ogranlzatlon. It was a
highly successful affair with 200
adults and children attending.
Mrs. A. M, Pachanco, Mrs. R. W.
Hill, Mrs. S. C. DUls, Mrs. W. P.
Cary, Mrs. 8. L. Gerszowskl and
Mrs. P. R. Gardner were the com-
mittee in charge of the affair.
Ginger lilies and red exoria
were used to center the long buf-
fet table.
Departures 'and Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Puller and
children sailed Tuesday for New
York, en route to St. Augustine,
Florida, to visit Mr. Pullers fam-
ily. Mrs. Puller's mother will come
down from Minneapolis to spend
some time with them.
Miss Mary Jo MacSparran,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S.
Dredging Is Active
In Cristobal Harbor
The Dredging Division re-
moved 538,100 cubic yards 0r
material from the Canal and
approaches last month In re-
gular maintenance work, accord-
ing to the monthly report of P.
A. White. Chief of the Division.
Most of the work was done
in Cristobal Inner Harbor where
455.500 cubic yards were dredged
bv the pipeline suction dredge
Mlndi.
The dipper dredge Cascadas
was in operation in Galllard
Cut and on a project to widen
Culebra Reach, where 82,600
cubic yards were removed.
Tourist services performed by
the Dredging Division during
June consisted of only one trip
from Gamboa to Pedro Miguel
by the small tug Slri, which
carried 21 tourists.
Thatcher Ferry, which la
operated by the Dredging Divi-
sion, made 4.243 trips across the
Canal last month, carrying 52.-
612 vehicles and 277,574 pas-
sengers.
MacSparran of Margarita, and
Miss Donnle Gilder, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Glider of
Colon Beach, arrived Tuesday for
vacations with their families.
They are student nurses at Wil-
mington General Hospital, Wil-
mington, Del.
Pfc. Donohoe
Of 1st Rescue
Airman Of Month
Pfc William F. Donohoe, of
Spencer. West Virginia, assigned
to Flight "B," 1st Rescue Squad-
ron, Albrook Air Force Base, was
recently chosen airman of the
month. Donohoe is the third 1st
Rescue Squadron airman to be se-
lected since airman of the month
was established at Albrook last
February.
The 21-year-old airman enter-
ed the Air Force in June of 1950
after graduating from Spencer
High School. He took basic train-
ing at Lackland Air Force Base
and then attended aerial gunnery
school at Lowry Air Force Base,
Colorado. He came to Albrook in
January of this year and is as-
signed to the 1st Rescue Squad-
ron orderly room.
Pfc Donohoe was chosen from
among several entrants selected
by the squadron commanders
and submitted to the Albrook Ca-
reer Guidance Council. Final
choice of Donohoe was determin-
ed by his outstanding qualities of
efficiency, attention to duty, con-
duct and military bearing.
The current airman of the
month will be awarded a trip to
one of the Latin American coun-
tries on a flight available basis
plus a one-hundred dollar ex-
pense account.
Mrs. Acker At Home
Mrs. Louise Acker, who has
been a patient at Gorgas Hospl-
Fashion Show and Card Party
Planned by I.A.W.C.
The Colon Unit of the Inter-
American Women's Club will
sponsor a fashion show and card
party to be given July 26, at 1:00
p.m. at the Coco Solo Naval Of-
ficers Club.
The doilar admission entitles
the guests to a chance on the
door prize and refreshments. An
Interesting raffle Is also planned.
Bmgo and all card games will
be played. Tickets will be placed
on sale In the near future. Ladies
of the Gold Coast are reminded
to keep the date open for this
Interesting event.
THE YEAR'S BIG ONK!
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Atlantic Siders
Have $131 Surplus
For'4trT In 1952
Due to the generosity of several
lrage contributors and to many
family contributors, the Atlantic
Side 4th of July Fund reports a
balance of $131.98 surplus.
This balance will be held in a
special fund (for the use of next
year's committee in the account
of the Margarita Recreational
Association..
Much credit for a very success-
ful day goes to the co-Chalrmen
Lloyd Trench Leaves i
For United States
Lloyd L. Trench, a iormer
employe of the medical clinic
at Gorgas Hospital, left yester-
day by plane to take up .per-
manent residence in the U. S. A.
Mrs. Trench, who recently
came here from the States, ex-
pects to ejoin him later with
their two children.
H. J. Keane and H. O. Engelke
and the volunteers who assisted
that day. Special mention should
be given to Harvey W. Sauter,
who with the assistance of the
Army, was in charge of the beau
tiful fireworks display.
STARRING
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It's a war picture
and In one scene
shows a GI pas-
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to a "Husky" but
he says "No, if
you fellows
would eat "Wheat
be strong like I am
Germ" you'd
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PANAMA, R. P., JUEVES, JULIO 12, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMA
De ellos depende la paz en Corea
Las anteriores fotografas nos muestran a varios miembros de las delegaciones que toman
parte en las conversaciones para el cese de fuego en Corea, las cuales se.encuentran ahora
mismo estancadas por la negativa comunista de permitir la entrada de periodistas occiden-
tales a Kaesong. En la primera foto vemos a tres de ios delegados de lag Naciones Unidas
a su llegada a Sel acompaados por el Gene (al Matthew B. Ridgway, mientras que el Ge-
neral James A. Van Fleet les da la bienvenida. De izquierda a derecha. Teniente General
James A. Van Fleet, General Matthew B. Ridgway, Vlce-Almlrante C. Turner Joy (jefe de la
delegacin). Mayor General Laurence C. Craigie y Almirante Arleigh Burke. En la segunda
foto, ios hombres que han provocado el estancamiento de las conversaciones y la actual ten-
sin mundial. De izquierda a derecha, el Teniente Coronel Kim de Corea del Norte, el Te-
niente Coronel Chai, del ejrcito chino y el Coronel Chang de Corea del Norte (detrs del
oficial con gorra). Los otros dos oficiales no han podido ser identificados. De la buena vo-
luntad de estos hombres depende la paz en Co rea y quizs en el mundo entero.
Funcionarios de mando y
jurisdiccin no podrn
participar en poltica
Gran entusiasmo
por las fiestas
de "Miraflores"
La urbanizacin Miraflores,
la Barriada del Maestro, cele-
brar el tercer aniversario de
au fundacin con un regio pro-
f;rama que se llevar a cabo
os dias, 14 y 15 del presente
mes.
Visible entusiasmo existe en-
tre los miembros del Magisterio
Nacional por la celebracin de
estas festividades que ya se han
hecho tradicionales en nuestro
medio.
A juzgar por el programa, que
a continuacin damos, las
fiestas de los maestros, deben
resultar muy brillantes.
He aqu el programa:
Programa que se desarrollar
en la Urbanizacin Miraflores:
Sbado 14
1ft p.m. Fuegos artificiales.
29 p.m. Gran baile de gala.
39 p.m. Gran tambor de or-
den, de polleras.
4Venta de comidas criollas y
refrescos varios.
Domingo 15
15 a.m. Gran tuna.
S6 am. Eventos deportivos.
3-10 a.m. Misa campal, cantada
por el coro del Con-
servatorio.
4-11 am Acto cultural.
-l y 30 a.m. Continuacin de,
los eventos deportivos.
S4 pjn. Concierto rjor la Ban-
da Republicana.
75 p.m. Distribucin de pre-
mios a los atletas
Todos a gozar! Miraflores os
prodigar atenciones y simpa-1
El Presidente de la Repblica
declar en la maana de hoy
que procedera a destituir a to-
dos los empleados con mando
y Jurisdiccin que tuvieran par-
ticipacin activa en la poltica
nacional, ya que es su prop-
sito lograr a toda costa unas
elecciones libres.
Las declaraciones del Presi-
dente de la Repblica se pro-
dujeron ante un grupo de pe-
riodistas a quienes se dio au-
diencia en la maana de hoy.
El Presidente Arosemena agre-
g que ya algunos de los Mi-
nistros y funcionarios con man-
do y jurisdiccin se haban
apartado de la mllltancla pol-
tica y que l esperaba que
cuando resolvieran actuar en la
campaa que se avecina, ellos
renunciaran sus puestos.
Insisti en que estaba firme-
mente dispuesto a conseguir
elecciones -puras y que saba
tambin que llegado el momen-
to tendran que adoptar medi-
das drsticas, pero que haria
todo los necesario para que es-
te propsito suyo fuera una
realidad.
Los funcionarlos con Mando
y Jurisdiccin son los Ministros
de Estado, Gobernadores de
Provincia, Jueces y Fiscales.
Comandantes de la Polica Na-
cional, Alcaldes de Distrito, Je-
fe de la Polica Secreta, etc
Estallan violencias
en Guatemala
GUATEMALA. Urgente, Julio
12 (UP)Un movimiento po-
pular antlcomunista estall en
esta ciudad y otn.. varias ciu-
dades del interior de Guatema-
la, siendo asaltados varios cen-
tros rojos y herido un dirigen-
te del Partido Comunista,
Mil quinientas camas
necesita Panam para
sus tuberculosos
Altos miembros de la Asocia-
cin Americana de Tuberculo-
sis de los Estados Unidos, como
el Dr E. S. Momd Lund, el Dr.
Hopkins, el doctor Feldmarn y
el doctor Mantz, recomendaron
a Panam que procure tener
ms camas para sus tuberculo-
sos, pues hay una buena bs-
queda de casos pero no hay su-
ficientes camas.
Manifestaron los mdicos que
la Asociacin Americana de Tu-
berculosis de Estados Unidos, le
brindar a Panam muy pron-
to ayuda en esta materia.
La cifra que Indicaron como
necesaria para Panam era de
1500 camas, teniendo en cuen-
ta el nmero de tuberculosos
que necesitan ser recluidos en
hospitales en la Repblica de
Panam. Los mdicos saldrn
esta tarde hacia Coln y de
all seguirn hacia Guayaquil.
Se encontraban presentes en
la reunin el Director de Salud
Pblica, y altos funcionarlos de
la lucha anti-tuberculosa.
Estancadas las negociaciones de
paz en medio de enorme tensin
Es posible estricto
racionamiento de
metales en EE. UU.
WASHINGTON, Julio 12''(UP)
El Gobierno puso en marcha
un sistema que podr conducir
al estricto racionamiento del
acero, cobre y aluminio para las
industrias civiles no esenciales,
asi como para las fbricas de
la defensa durante este otoo.
La Junta de Produccin Na-
cional Inform que an no ha
decidido si ser necesario im-
plantar un sistema de raciona-
miento tan estricto, pero que
est efectuando los preparati-
vos por A llega el caso.
Concentracin de
medio milln de
rojos se anuncia
CUARTEL DEL 8o. EJERCITO.
Corea, julio 12. (UP). Casi
medio milln de soldados comu-
nistas se encuentran concentra-
dos en el frente central occi-
dental de Corea, pero las pa-
trullas de las Naciones Unidas
han logrado penetrar hasta 7
millas en territorio enemigo pa-
ra probar las fuerzas enemi-
gas.
Informes llegados del frente
dicen que el alto comando alia-
do se encuentra "pesimista por
la situacin militar" en vista
de la concentracin roja.
El Comandante Supremo de
las Naciones Unidas,. General
Matthew B. Ridgway se encuen-
tra alerta ante el peligro de un
engao comunista en el fren-
te. El General Ridgway se man-
tiene en constante contacto con
las lineas del frente.
Poderosas fuerzas rojas en
nmero de ms de 400 mil se
encuentran en el frente cen-
tral occidental mientras que
los lnfr-mes indican que mu-
chos ms estn llegando, conti-
nuamente. Armas de grueso ca-
libre y provisiones estn sien-
do enviadas a los comunistas
tambin.
En las retaguardias, los rojos
estn reparando rpidamente
sus aerdromos para su uso por
los aviones de retropropulsin.
La continua aparicin de a-
vlones de construccin rusa en
el Norte de Corea, a pesar de
sus continuas prdidas en com-
bates con los aliados, hacen
creer que los comunistas estn
tratando de obtener toda la ex-
periencia posible en combates
areos.
Las unidades navales de las
Naciones Unidas continuaban
bombardeando la costa >Bste de
Corea y los aviones rou bases
en portf*vls. .ttwtton a-
tacando las Tutus de ApSlvlsic-
namiento enemigas, as como
sus barracas y depsitos de pro-
visiones.
Intelectual de la
repblica de Costa
Rica nos visita
El Lie. Alejandro Agullar Ma-
chado, excatedrtico de la Uni-
versidad de Costa Rica, ex-Ml-
nlstro de Educacin, socilogo,
filsofo y distinguido hombre
pblico Ai la vecina Repblica
tica, ampliamente conocido en-
tre nosotros por sus incansables
empeos de acercamiento pa-
nameo-costarricense, ha arri-
bado a nuestro suelo, prove-
niente de San Jos y de paso
hacia Lima, donde representa-
r a su pas en el Congreso In-
ternacional de Filosofa. El Lie.
Agullar Machado ser Presi-
dente de la Sesin Plenarla
del da 28 y ya remiti previa-
mente su ponencia que versa
sobre la siguiente tesis: "Po-
sicin ante la filosofa con-
tempornea".
Como nuestra Universidad ya
ha escuchado en otras ocasio-
nes la palabra autorizada del
Lie. Alejandro Agullar Macha-
do, el Rector, Dr. Octavio Mn-
dez Perelra, le Invit formal-
mente para que dicte en el
Paraninfo dos conferencias. Es-
tas conferencias las dar el dis-
tinguido visitante a su vuelta
del Congreso de Filosofa de Li-
ma, que ser al rededor del 27
o 28 de los corrientes, y versa-
rn sobre los siguientes temas:
"Posicin actual de la sociolo-
ga francesa" y "Fundamenta-
les enfoques del acontecer so-
cial."
Esta noche el Lie. Agullar
Machado, visitar al Rector
Mndez Perelra, su viejo amigo,
y otras personalidades, antes
de tomar el avin que lo lle-
var a Lima. La Redaccin de
este Diarlo saluda al distingui-
do visitante costarricense y le
augura xito en su imprtame
misin cultural.
TENDRN VERBENA
LOS INSTITUTORES
SBADO Y DOMINGO
Con motivo de la celebran )n
atl 40o. Aniversario del Instilo-
-o Nacional de Panam, la aso-
ciacin de graduandos de 1951-32
Se complace en Invitar a Estu-
uiantes y pblico en general a
a gran verbena que se llevai
a cabo en el plantel, los Las
sbado y Domingo prximo, a-
!.lenizado por las afamadas o>-
Questas. Rio Plata y la Tropic--
na de Coln
Damas Invitacin y Caball-X
E. 1.00.
La Directiva de la Cmara de
Comercio Investigar y Penar
a Comerciantes Inescrupulosos
La Junta Directiva de la Cmara de Comercio, Indus-
trias y Agricultura de Panam, acord en la reunin de
ayer protestar por la actitud de algunos comerciantes in-
escrupulosos que estn acaparando y subiendo los artcu-
los de primera necesidad en forma desmedida, y se acord
investigar estos casos para aplicar a los miembros que re-
sulten culpables las sanciones que establecen los Estatu-
tos de la Cmara de Comercio.
Se decidi tambin solicitar de la Direccin General
de Precios y Abastos, que si va a seguir una poltica de fi-
jacin de precios, stos estn basados en una orientacin
tcnica, consultando los clculos de costos, de las empresas
afectadas, para que se puedan fijar cotizaciones basadas
en una realidad justa.
Se efectu anoche reunin de
ms de mil padres de familia
en el Aula Mxima del Liceo
Se design un Comit que visitar hoy al
Ministro de Educacin para colaborar en
la construccin de los nuevos edificios
Ms de mil padres de fami-
lia de alumnas del Liceo de
Seoritas se reunieron anoche
en el gimnasio de ese colegio
para acordar la forma de co-
laborar con los profesores y
estudiantes del plantel en su
lucha por la construccin de los
nuevos edificios para el colegio.
Durante la reunin hicieron
uso de la palabra la directora
del Liceo, seorita Natividad
Carreo, el profesor Alba, el
Ing. De la Guardia III, autor
del proyecto de los tres prime-
ros edificios, el Diputado Gon-
zlez Rule, que afirm que el
Gobierno esta legalmente obli-
gado a realizar la obra lo ms
pronto posible, y nunierosas pa-
dres y madres de ramilla, quie-
nes afirmaron que los gobiernos
no se han' preocupado por los
nuevos edificios para ese cole-
gio porque ellos pertenecen a
las clases populares y a los po-
lticos ''no les conviene que el
pueblo se eduque".
Finalmente se acord nom-
brar un Comit de Padres de
Familia, que est presidido por
el Diputado Gonzlez Rulz y
del que forman parte, entre
otros, doa Faustina Aroseme-
na de Pinto, los profesores:
Sra. de Calzlez, don ngel
Famlglietti, Mximo Montene-
gro, Martin Guerra, Leopoldo A-
rrocha, Juan M. Justlnlanl, A-
dla de -Herrera y otros entu-
siastas elementos de nuestras
clases populares. El Comit co-
menz a laborar anoche mismo
y hoy al medio dia deba en-
trevistarse con el Ministro de
Educacin para luego visitar al
seor Presidenta de la Repbli-
ca,' como pasos previos para la
organizacin dejjca. activa am-
para* tendiente A exigir el eun-
plimlento de la Ley 20 de este
ao, que ordena la construc-
cin de los nuevas edificios pa-
ra el Liceo de Seoritas y dis-
pone los medios de arbitrar los
fondos necesarios para la obra.
El Comit de Padres de Fa-
(Pasa a i Ps a Col s>
Se afirma que la Legislativa
obstaculiza el Decret-Ley
para abaratar el costo de vida
El ao pasado slo
llegaron a Panam
123,000 qq. de arroz
Faltaron en l cea 40,000
qq. para igualar aos
anteriores
En el ao de 1950, solamen-
te llegaron a la ciudad de Pa-
nam- 123,000 quintales de a-
rroz, de acuerdo con el Boletn
de Estadstica Panamea Vol.
10, No. 1.
Al hacer la comparacin con
el cuadro No. 7, del Informe
especial sobre arroz, preparado
^r la Contraloria General de
Repblica, queda claramente
demostrado que faltaron 40.000
quintales para igualar las can-
tidades consumidas ao por ao
durante los ltimos seis aos.
El seor Enrique Linares Jr.
en meses anteriores advirti a
uno de nuestros corre, ponsales
que habia recomendado la im-
portacin de 42,500 quintales de
arroz para reponer la reserva
del Banco Agropecuario que l
consideraba necesaria para es-
tabilizar los precios y en esa
forma suplir las necesidades de
1951. en vista de la pobre co-
secha lograda.
Indic en ese entonces el Sr.
Linares que en el ao 1948
fue que se hizo la ltima gran
Importacin de arroz por el
Banco Agropecuario y que di-
cho arroz sobr hasta el ao
1950, cuando fue vendido en
# | nAcIna S rnlumm K -
En circuios allegados al uo-
blerno Nacional se estimaba hoy
que la Comisin Legislativa Fr-
tnanente estaba obstaculizando
la aprobacin del Decreto Ley
por medio del cual se trata de
evitar el acaparamiento de ar-
tculos de primera necesidad tu-
ja vigencia es necesaria para
conseguir el abaratamiento del
r.osto de la vida.
La apreciacin se hizo debido
a que en la maana de boy fu
presentado el proyecto de Ley
ce Presupuesto del Ministerio (le
Agricultura y Comercio, ya que
en proposicin suscrita por la
Comisin Legislativa Permanen-
te ayer, se manifest que no se
Discutira el Decreto Ley hata
cuando fuera presentado si pie-
supuesto por el rgano Ejecu-
tivo.
Los mismos circuios opinaron
que esta resolucin era tacen*-
tituclonal, ya que envolva una
rxcltatlva al rgano Ejecutivo,
la cual est prohibido expresa-
mente por nuestro Estatuto
Fundamental.
Otras fuentes informaron que
el' Presidente de la RepJii^a
solicit ayer la cooperacin de
los miembros de la Comisin a
fin de que aceleraran la apropia-
cin del decreto que tiende a
conseguir el abaratamiento de
artculos de primera necesidad.
A medio dia, la Comisin Le-
gislativa Permanente habia co-
menzado a estudiar el Presu-
puesto de Agricultura y Comer-
rio y segn se entiende, no ser
fino despus que se apruebe,
cuando entrar a discutir el De-
creto ley sobre Control e
ProeJos.
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Se advierten los temores de
una gran traicin comunista
al concentrarse sus fuerzas
El Mando Aliado espera la respuesta al problema
surgido por la negativa de la aceptacin de
los representantes de prensa
BASE DE AVANZADA, Corea, Julio 12 (UP) Lo
delegados de las Naciones Unidas interrumpieron las con-
ferencias para el cese de fuego abruptamente cuando los
Comunistas rehusaron la admisin de los periodistas alia*
dos en la ciudad de Kaesong.
La interrupcin vino despus de nueve horas de con-
ferencias en las reuniones del Martes y Mircoles (Lunes
y Martes hora local). Hasta entrada la tarde, los tres Al-
mirantes y dos Generales de las Naciones Unidas se en-
contraban todava en esta base de avanzada y dijeron
que no iran a Kaesong hasta tanto no se permitiera lo
entrada de los periodistas.
El Almirante Joy, jefe de la delegacin, le envi un
mensaje a los Comunistas dicindoles que "no habrn
negociaciones hasta tpnto y a menos que cese la inter-
ferencia con el personal autorizado de las Naciones Uni-
das o sus convoyes".
mes del frente de Corea de. quo
CAMPO DE AVANZADA.
COREA, (Urgente) Julio 12
(UP)-Los corresponsales alia-
dos recibieron rdenes de es-
tar listo* para ir a Kaesong
maana. Sin embargo, hasta
el momento no se ha recibi-
do seguridad alguna de que
los comunistas permitirn 1
entrada de los corresponsales
a la ciudad, ni hay Indicios
de que las negociaciones se
reanuden maana.
un mensaje formal entregado
por el Almirante Joy al General
Nam II en la reanin del mir-
coles (martes hora local) que
desde el jueves la prensa occi-
dental seria considerada parle
de la delegacin de las Naciones
Unidas.
La interrupcin de las conver-
saciones de pas ha ocurrido en
momentos en que llegan infor-
se est llevando a cabo ui.a
"gigantesca concentracin" do
fuerxas comunistas y advierten
los temores de "una gran trai-
cin" de los comunistas.
El ejrcito de las Naciones U-
nidas ha admitido que la "neu-
tral" Kaesong se encuentra en
manos comunistas- Los comu-
nistas mantienen guardias ar-
mados en la sala de conferencia
Los delegados aliados no qui-
sieron enviar periodistas a iad
dos primeras reuniones por no
complicar los s s n t os, anun-
Imijh eut >c permitirla, ka ti'
r.i Comandante Supremo >
fcts Naciones Unidas, Oeiin-t ._--^~ .-------------
Ridgway, inform a los rolos H> 4rsvda de periodistas a Kaesong
una vez que las conversacin
estuvieran bien encaminadas.
El mircoles (martes hora lo-
cal)) se permiti la entrada o
cinco fotgrafos aliados en Kae-
song, mientras sue los fotgra-
fs y periodistas comunistas so
encontraban en sa ciudad des-
de el comienzo.
Hasta el momento se espera.
(Pasa a la PAc Col. 4)
Miles de documentos estn
sin inscribir declara el
Director del Registro Civil
Ola de terror se
inicia en Hungra
dicen en EE. UU.
WASHINGTON. Julio 12 (UP)
La Voz de los Estados Unidos
inform que "una ola de terror
ha sido desatada en Budapest,
capital de Hungra".
Dijo que 30,000 residentes ae
la ciudad han sido desterra-
dos y que la Policlp ha sido
reforzada con las fuerzas de
otras zonas.
Agreg que "todo el trafico
ferroviario y carretero con li
ciudad est estrechamente vi-
gilado. El abastecimiento de
alimentos est dislocado. Cada
pan se est vendiendo a un d-
lar cincuenta."
La transmisin dijo que ios
desterrados de Budapest son
enviados a las granjas colec-
tivas en donde viven "a veces
hasta dle7 y doce personas de
todas las edades y sexos en una
sola habitacin."
No hay grave escasez
de artculos en EE.UU.
WASHINGTON. Jallo 12.
(UP). El Gobierne dijo que
no hay escasez de artculos
de consumo civil por ahora
qur no es probable aue la
aya este ao. Pero impor-
tantes funcionarios advirtie-
ron que es posible que la
haya el prximo ao cuando
la produccin de defensa sea
mucho mayor.
El director de la produc-
cin de defensa. Manly
Fletschmaan dijo a los perio-
distas que la economa civil
ya ha experimentado todas
las reducciones que s harn
ai menos hasta 1952.
Londres contina
siendo la ciudad
mayor del mundo
LONDRES, Julio 12 (UP)
Londres reanud su alegato de
ser la mayor ciudad del mundo
y dice que tiene medio milln
de habitantes ms que Nu*va
York.
Las estadsticas del censo as-
eas a la publicidad atribuyei. a
U zona metropolitana de Lui-
dles 8,348,137 habitantes La zo-
na metropolitana de Njl.s
York, segn el censo de I9ar
ttnia 7.835,099.
Excluyendo a Irlanda, las i-
!ss britnicas tienen 50,3oo,45S
^abitantes.
Veinticinco mil cupones de na-
cimiento y miles de matrimonio y
cefunclones estn sin inscrlu.r,
m un manifest el Director utl
l.'cgistro Civil don Manuel M.
Urimaldo al Ministro de Go-
bierno y Justicia, doctor Migue*
ngel Ordez.
Tambin manifiesta el men-
cionado funcionario en extenso
informe que existen cuatro mil
Inscripciones de cdulas que no
e han hecho a pesar de que ysv
fueron extendidas.
con respecto al libro de n-
dices y el tarjetarlo, el Dlrtc*
tor del Registro Civil manifet#
que estas tienen cuatro aos d
itraso-
Atribuye el mencionado fun-
cionarlo estos atrasos a la Infe-
rencia de la poltica en el nom-
bramiento del personal del Re-
gistro lo cual ha llevado a ceas
posiciones a personas de escala
preparacin.
Del informe mencionado so
desprende para poner al dia to-
das las inscripciones pendientes
y dems asuntos, seria neceu-
lo un numeroso personal.
Tienen asamblea
general hoy los
universitarios
Para esta tarde a las 8 se lid
convlcado a Asamblea General
de Estudiantes en la Universi-
dad para discutir asuntos de su-
ma importancia. Segn se nos
ha informado entre otros pun-
tos se tomarn decisiones que in
cumben a la realidad nacional
y a la realidad universitaria.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
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For DREW PEARSON
ACTITUDES QUE NO SE DEBEN
DESPRESTIGIAR

Por muy noble y bien intencionada que sea una
actitud sta puede ser fcilmente desprestigiada si
no se le reviste de la ponderacin y de la justicia
indispensable para que mantenga o cobre el reco-
nocimiento que le corresponde.
Los individuos y las colectividades tienen nu-
merosos ejemplos de hechos cuyo desenvolvimiento
ha desvirtuado y desnaturalizado su origen perju-
dicando, lgicamente, el logro de los propsitos
que los han animado.
El planteamiento y la forma adoptada por la
manifestacin del 10 en relacin con el alto costo
de la vida nos parece que fueron inadecuados e
imprudentes. En realidad, muchas personas deben
haberse sorprendido de esto tomando en considera-
cin que el acto no fue improvisado, es decir, que
hubo tiempo para que los dirigentes y los aseso-
res directos e indirectos de la manifestacin me-
ditaran y estudiaran serenamente sus demandas y
la manera de presentarlas.
Nadie duda en Panam que el costo de la vida
est muy alto. Que el pueblo est sufriendo junto
con la falta de trabajo el agravante de los precios
actuales en los artculos de primera necesidad. De
manera, pues, que no era extrao que se exterio-
rizara la inconformidad que esta situacin produ-
c, con el patritico empeo de que se encuentre
una solucin favorable a los intereses generales del
pas, especialmente para quienes se hallan en pre-
carias condiciones econmicas.
Pero lo anterior no puede justificar exigencias
violentas y salidas de tono, ni mucho menos que
se le ponga un plazo limitadsimo al Presidente
de la Repblica para que resuelva tan complejos
problemas. En trminos que estaban al margen de
la serenidad se le ha pedido, perentoriamente, por
decirlo as, al Jefe del Estado para que, dentro de
siete das y de un mes, abarate el costo de la vida
y produzca las oportunidades de trabajo, respecti-
vamente.
Por otra parte hay que tener presente que, en
la na aa del da 10, seguramente sin autorizacin
de los dirijfenles de responsabilidad, algunos ele-
mentos se dedicaron -a exigir al comercio e) cierre
inmediato de sus establecimientos. Actos de esta
clase desprestigian cualquier actitud serena y c-
vica. Lo que se logra es producir el desorden y, en
cierto modo, la inseguridad social. Como prueba
de ello est el hecho de que numerosos comercian-
tes, temiendo cualquier alteracin del orden pblico,
resolvieron cerrar con madera o zinc las vitrinas
de sus almacenes.
Es de esperarse que en el futuro se compren-
da a cabalidad que para defender una tesis justa
hay que rodearla del mayor respeto y prestigio
posible. Estamos seguros de que toda persona cons-
ciente est dispuesta a cooperar para que se resuel-
va prontamente el problema. Es evidente que el go-
bierno lo ha entendido as en vista del estudio que
viene haciendo de los asuntos que se relacionan
con la cuestin econmica referida.
Drew Pearson dice: El Comit sobre MacArthur se encuen-
tra en aprietos; El Vodka es ms elocuente que las
palabras.
WASHINGTON. Los Sena- una experiencia que tav* cea
La inmigracin en
AVISO
La Universidad de Panam abre concurso para proveer
un puesto de Asistente de Contador. Podrn tomar parte
en este concurso slo los egresados y los estudiantes de
49 y 5^ aos de la Escuela de Comercio. Facultad de Admi-
nistracin Pblica y Comercio.
Se aceptan solicitudes hasta el lunes 18 y los exmenes
te efectuarn ese mismo dia de 4 a 6 p.sn.. en las oficinas
de la Administracin.
El. RECTOR.
Panam. 11 de Julio de 1951.
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 8anto Tomas.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los Interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales v Compras.
Panam. 10 de Julio de 1951.
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dores Republicanos del Comit
que investiga la destitucin de
MacArthur han estado confe-
renciando detrs de bastidores
desde la posibilidad de una tre-
gua en Corea. Privadamente,
ellos sienten no haber seguido
los consejos del Senador Euge-
ne Millikin de Colorado.
El General MacArthur no
solo exigi que Estados Uni-
dos extendiera la guerra co-
reana a la China, sino que
dio a entender que no haba
posibilidad de una paz en
Corea, sin extender la guerra
al continente chino. Ahora,
todo parte* indicar que la lu-
cha en Corea terminar pron-
to. Mis an, loa Senadores
Republicanos se tragaron la
poltica beligerante de Mac
Arthur, anzuelo, cuerda y
caa.
La verdad del caso es que
el Senador Millikin advirti a
sus colegas Republicanos que no
se embarcaran con MacArthur.
Les advirti que el pueblo nor-
teamericano no quiere la gue-
rra, y que el Partido Republi-
cano no podra ser identifica-
do con un programa beligeran-
te. Sin embargo, la mayora de
los Senadores Republicanos ig-
noraron los consejos, y algunos,
incluso Taft, pronunciaron dis-
cursos apoyando abiertamente a
MacArthur.
Hoy, en vista de las nego-
ciaeiones para una tregua en
Corea, los Republicanos se
encuentran en un aprieto.
K-ia es la razn por la cual
el Senador Brewster de Maine,
miembro del Comit que in-
vestiga la destitucin de Mac
Arthur, anunci que los miem-
bros republicanos del Comit
demoraran para presentar su
informe. En realidad, la de-
mora no es para evitarle una
pasible vegenza al General
Ridgway. como Brewster lo a-
nunci, sino para evitarle una
vergenza a los mletftbros repu-
blicanos del Comit.
Nota: Cuando el informe
salga a la luz pblica, no
ser ms que una version
bastante diluida atacando a
Truman por el mtodo que
us para destituir a viac
Arthur, pero evitando cuida-
dosamente el apoyo a las pro-
Puestas de MacArthur para
extender la guerra en el Aaia.
LA ELOCUENCIA DEL VODKA
El Congresista Hugh Scott
Jr., de Filadelfla, nni ruen-
aigulente historia de
ta la
un comisarlo ruso en A-
lemania, quien hablaba muy
bien el ingls y quien fue
arrinconado en una esquina
por Scott.
"Mi pas es fuerte y orgu-
lloso y est preparado para
defenderse de la agresin",
dijo el Republicano de Penn-
sylvania. "Yo s que su pas
ea igualmente fuerte y orgu-
lloso y est Igualmente pre-
parado para la defensa. Es-
Sero que en Rusia surja un
iteres por vivir pacficamen-
te en el mundo. Yo ereo que
este Inters existe entre el
pueblo ruso, tal como aucede
con el pueblo norteamerica-
no".
El Comisarle Sovitico es-
cuchaba, y entonces mir al-
rededor para ver si alguien
escuchaba. Finalmente pre-
gunt: "Sr. Scott, a usted le
gusta el Vodka?"
Sorprendido, el Congresista
contest que si.
'Maana, a las diez de la
maana enviar a su aparta-
mento una botella del ms
fin* vodka", contest el Co-
misario.
La interpretacin que Scott
le da a esta conversacin es
la siguiente: "Conservo la bo-
tella de vodka como un re-
cuerdo de que el Comisarlo
ruso me estaba tratando de
decir, a pesar de lo borracho
que estaba, que detrs de la
cortina de hierro existe el de-
seo de una vida pacifica".
Distinguida dama
norteamericana es
condecorada
WASUTNOTON. Julio 12.
Jos Flix de Leqa--
rica. Embajador de Espaa e :
los Estados Unidos, present el
lunes en la noche la mas aita
distincin que su gobierno pue-
de conferir a una mujer, a le
seora de John McCormack, es-
posa del leader de la mayora
el partido Demcrata en la C
mar de Representantes.
La Cinta y Cruz de Isabel le
fu otorgada a la seora de
McCormack por su "destaca'la
obra caritativa" entre el pueblo
de Espaa durante los ltimos
aos, de acuerdo con lo lnoi-
mado por un vocero de la fi-
tina del Congresista, quien dijo
Que es el honor ms alto qje
Espaa otorga a "una mujer,
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Los campos necesitan mano de obra abundante.
Contribucin de los emigrantes al mejoramiento
del nivel de vida y diversificacin de la industria.

La inmigracin se puede' considerar en
Venezuela, ms que en ningn otro pas
hispanoamericano, como un importante
factor de fomento econmico. Este punto
ha sido estudiad* en un informe de la
CEPAL, que resume en sus pginas inte-
resantes datos de la geografa v economa
venezolana, asi como la situacin previa y
presente de los Inmigrantes.
La poblacin de Venezuela, de unos cua-
tro millones y medio de habitantes, repre-
senta una densidad total de 5,1 personas
por kilmetro cuadrado. Esto hace pensar
que el pas est en condiciones de aceptar
en su provecho aran nmero de inmigran-
tes, si bien es necesario tener en cuenta
diversos factores. Ules como U topografa,
clima, transportes v organizacin econmi-
ca y social. La extensin del territorio de
Venezuela, de unos 91S.9M kilmetros cua-
drados, es mayor sue todo* los pases de
Europa, con excepcin de la Unin Sovi-
tica.
La legislacin venezolana con respect*
la inmigracin demuestra el inters del
pas por la atraccin de nuevos colonos.
Sin embargo, existen restricciones, basadas
principalmente en razones econmicas. Se
niega la admisin a aquellas personas qne
no tienen buenos antecedentes de trabajo
o que a causa de algn defecto fsico o
enfermedad puedan convertirse en carga,
pblica. Asimismo se niega la entrada a
aquellos inmigrantes cura edad es suportar
a los sesenta aos, a menos que tengan
parentesco en linea directa eon las perso-
nas que llegan con ellos en calidad de in-
migrantes o con aquellas establecidas an-
teriormente en Venesuela. En el ao 1936
se diet la ley de Inmigracin, consecuen-
cia de la cual fu la creacin del Institu-
to Tcnico de Inmigracin, cuyos fines son,
entre otros, el aumento de la produccin
agrcola, distribucin equitativa de la tie-
rra y mejoramiento de las condicionas de
vida en el campo. En el citado informe de
la CEPAL tambin se hace mencin de las
modalidades que se observan al arribo de
los nuevos inmigrantes, quienes, una vez
inscritos, son trasladados al llamado Cen-
tro de recepcin de inmigrantes, donde los
recin llegados reciben albergue y alimen-
to, en tanto se les busca empleo adecua-
do a sus conocimiento* nter****.
Los Inmigrante, al llegar al pas, son
clasificados en espontaneo* y dirigido*: los
unos viajan por sus propios m*dios y lle-
nan constantemente en pequen* numero;
lo* dirigidos llegan en ropos de 5*9 y has-
ta 999 personas en barco* contratados es-
pecialmente por la Organizacin Interna-
cional de Refugiados eou sus pasajes pa-
gados p*r dicha erganlsacla.
Existe un estrecho contacto entre lo* r-
ganos venezolanos de inmigracin y colo-
nizacin. Sin embargo, slo un reducido
porcentaje del total do los inmigrante* que
llegan al pas se han establecido en el
campo, a pasar de sue los planos agrcolas
pura la inmglracin datas de hace ms de
un sigla.
Las estadsticas del Instituto Agrario es-
tablecen en 49,393 el nmero de inmigran-
tes que entraron en Venesuela entre 1939
v 194S Inclusive: cab* anotar que entre
Julio de 1947 T diciembre de 1949 llegaron
al pas 13,218 personas bajo los auspicios
de la O. I. R. Estss cifras ion comparati-
va men tr pequeas si se tiene en cuenta,
apart* de la extensin superficial de la Re-
pblica, que el nmero total da nacimien-
tos en Venezuela fu de 173.74* en 19S7.
par ejemplo.
En cuanto a la ocupacin de los inmi-
grantes, se reparte as: na 35,5 por 199 co-
rresponde a la industria; un 11,l por 199,
a la agricultura; an .3, a profesiones li-
berales: un 2,9, a servid* domestic*, y un
91,5 por 199. a inactivos o no especificados,
No olvidamos que las condiciones han sido
de tal naturaleza, ue se ha estimulad* la
inmigracin de trabajadoras industriales
ms bien qne la de agrcolas.
Segn las estadsticas venezolana!, has-
ta mars* de 194 hablan obtenido cdula
de identificacin 91.329 extranjeros. No ca-
be ninguna duda de que le* extranjeros
han contribuido a diversificar la economa,
trayendo consigo conocimientos y oficio*
desconocidos antes en el pas, y han servi-
do de Instrumento para aumentar ta pro-
ductividad y para despertar exigencias en
favor de mejoro* condiciones de vida. Son
muchos los tipos de actividad comercial y
de produccin en pequea escala qs* han
introducido loa inmigrantes, especialmente
Ksueos comerciantes. En 1** centro* ur-
nas, en donde requiera buen grada d*
habilidad en ciertas actividades, es fre-
cuente encontrar inmigrantes ocupados en
la administracin de empresas comerciales,
pequeas industrias a tiendas, dedicad**
a Investigaciones sobre posibilidades co-
merciales o Industriales. En gran eantldad
de casos, los especialistas en alguno* as-
pectes de la mecnica, la tcnica o la
ciencia, son extranjero*. Es indudable que
paulatinamente cada dia as ms dura la
competencia en las ciudades; per*, al me-
na* actualmente, los obrero* especializados
estn bien pagado*.
En el repetido inform* de la CEPAL *a
sugiere la posibilidad de frmulas ms am-
plias en al sistema de inmigracin, sin que
se deje de fomentar la actual inmigracin
n sentido agrcola, a fin de aumentar esta
produccin y elevar el nivel de vida en las
senas rurales. Proyecto* ms amplia* y ma-
Sor inversin de capitales exigen a su ves
i coordinacin de.varios mtodos de ac-
cin lo antes posible. La legislacin exis-
tente favorece tale* medidas al prohibir el
establecimiento de nuevas colonias agrco-
las sin anta* contar con una detallada In-
formacin, sobre las principales necesida-
des da lo* futura* colonos y sin haber dls-
1 tuesta previamente la instalacin de todos
os servicios necesario*, talas como vivien-
das, almacenos, desecacin de sueles, cami-
nos, escuelas, sanidad, crdito* y mercados.
En la actualidad, los inmigrantes que
llegan a Venesuela pueden obtener crdi-
to*; por consiguiente, ms que un aumen-
to de capitales, lo que se requiere Os co-
ordinar y unificar los recursos existentes
y aimpllear al sistema da prstamos, do
"* ^?d*,, *** *" eon ra-
pid*. Tambin es aconsejable un mejora-
miento en el servicio de colocacin., a*.
tablecer servicios d* orientacin profesio-
nal y ei ten dar a tedas Us actividades la
ayuda tcnica. Debaria permitir** a los in-
migrantes al acceso a ciartas actividades
1 wi?.! r Profeslonsies que hoy lo* estn
prohibidas y en las euale* se nota conside-
rable escaces de personal.
Truman ofreci enviar a Tehern
a su Consejero Averell Harriman
WASHINGTON. Julio 1 2
'UfilS). En carta.- personal
? r S5:s: PaHiriajinmedihtamente htfeia
n .ha ofrecido enviar a su f
Auxiliar Especial W. Averell X i t S I.
tSr'^i.Srj.tlaa.^1* S1 los Iranios aceptan
ese pa. ir
Truman ha expresado a Mo- la OCl*ta del Presidente
sadeq que "si usted desea re-
cibirlo, me complacer que l
vaya a Tehern como mi re-
presentante personal para con-
versar con usted sobre esta In-
mediata y apremiante situa-
cin".
La sugestin de Tfuman es
respuesta a la carta del Pre-
mier Mosadeq, de 28 de Junio,
en la cual este ltimo expuso
pu
bu
los acontecimientos en la dispu
ta sobre el petrleo entre el
Gobierno de Irn y la com-
paa britnica Anglo-Iranlan
Oil. El Primer Ministro expli-
co que daba al Presidente Tru-
9* rmidli sfeati soca
ENFERMEDADES
DE LA PIEL
Va. eicelente antii.ptleo, eoae-
eldo aa todas Isa Amrleaa comn
Asalta Esmeralda atoas*, .a t*B
efteai en al tretamlanto da aa
enfermedad** 4a I piel, ni. la
plcasda dal etii.ma cas coa la.
primerea aplleaclonei.
SI Aceite atam.raMa lleoaa ea
inefen.lTo y agradable da aaar y
O* un aatUeptleo tan potante y
penetraste, que hasta Isa eaaea
me abotinado han eedlda a ana
rae lee. Bat da vast* a toda*
Jos farmacia..
Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
man esta explicacin en ylsta
de las "antiguas y continuas re-
laciones cordiales existentes en-
tre los pueblos de Irn y los
Estados Unidos", y en atencin
"al especial inters que ha de-
mostrado usted en'varia'oca-
siones por el bienestar de nues-
tro pas".
simpata que suscita "el inte-
rs de este pas por el deseo
de Irn de controlar su* re-
cursos naturales, pero observa
que la actual crisis es peligro-
sa no slo para Irn y Gran
Bretaa sino para todo el mun-
do libre. Agreg que tenia al
sincero deseo" de "ser lo ms
Trun-.an reiter a Mosadeq la til posible a ustedes en esta
circunstancia" y que como re-
sultado de ello deseaba enviar
a Tehern a uno de su* ms
autorirjrdo* cOnsiJeros.
- AHGELIHI
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'AGINA
Rusia tiene pendiente con los
EE.
una cuenta fabulosa
No ha dado respuesta
a dos notas que se
les ha trasmitido
WASHINGTON, Julio 12 CUSS
El Oobierno de los Estados
Unidos ha' enviado al de la
Unin Sovitica dos notas en
las que solicita respuestas u
las enviadas en el mes de abril
sobre el asunto de la cuenta del
pv.amo y, arriendo.
La dos ltimas notas fueron
entregadas al encargado de ne-
gocios Interno del Soviet el lu-
nes, pasado y han sido publica-
das hoy.
Firmadas por el Secretario i
de Estado, Dean Acheson, estas i
notas se refieren a dos asun-
tos:
A la no contestacin por
la Unin Sovitica de la nota
de 6 de abril en que se exiga
la devolucin de 670 unidades
navales, militares y areas re-
cibidas por Rusia durante la
segunda guerra mundial de
conformidad con el prstamo y
arriendo;
2A la.no contestacin de la
Unin Sovitica a la nota de 27
de, abril en que se propuso que
un arbitraje imparcial decidie-
ra la cuestin del ajuste de la
cuenta d $10.800,000,000 de
prstamos y arriendo, que Ru-
sia prometi arreglar Ror $800,-
000. Esto no incluye los buques.
En la. cuenta general de
prstamo y arriendo con a
Unin Sovitica. EE. UU. ges-
tiona el reintegro solamente de
los materiales que tienen valor
para tiempos de paz, que Rusia
recibi segn el acuerdo y re-
tuvo despus de la guerra.
El valor actual de estos ar-
tculos, despus de una amplia
concesin de depreciacin, se
Estado de emergencia
declaran en el Cairo
CAIRO. Jallo 12. (UP).
El Gobierno proclam un es-
tado de emertencla en todo
Eripto mientras los nation -
natas tratan de organizar ma-
nifestaciones en ocasin del
70o. aniversario del bombar-
deo de Alejandra por loa bri-
tnicos.
La proclamacin del estado
o emergencia vino acompa-
ado por el envi de fuerzas
policiales al Cairo. La polica
montada patrullaba las ca-
llea en donde loa nacionalis-
tas planeaban llevar a cabo
su manifestacin anti-brit-
niea sofalda de un gran mi-
tin en la Piara de la Opera.
Afrmase que Pern ha usado
los servicios de fascistas en
la direccin de una poltica
Las llagas
se cicatrizan
Una aplicacin product alivio
fin 1 Instante qSe M aplica 1
nnmento Xouh *.,! IImi r
rflmlen* ni>t*r
MILAN, julio J. (UP1. El
delegado obrero argentino exi-
lado Carlos Gregorio afirm que
el Presidente de Argentina,
Juan D. Pern, ha utilizado los
servicios' de fascistas para di-
rigir su poltica social.
Gregorio formul tal acusa-
cin al hablar en el segundo
congreso de la Confederacin'
Internacional de Sindicatos Li-
bres. Dijo que esos dos fascistas
eran Vittorlo Mussolini, hijo
mayor del extinto dictador Ita-
liano y Piero Parinl, ex-Prefec-
,to de Miln y director- de to-
dos los clubes fascistas del ex-
tranjero.
Aadi que el peligro que re-
presentan las dictaduras es par-
ticularmente cierto en Argen-
tina. En apoyo de sus palabras
cit el caso del Sindicato de
Ferroviarios de Argentina.
"Ese sindicato logr mante-
I alelo
tttlAt. e rflmleipei
ati aran poder curativo ocaaloaa.
Kozene pronto peca las aupnracta-
aee excesivas de laa clulas afecta-
das,'quita, el dole-, y su accin cal-
mante Y medicinal contlnna ala
cesar" hasta que la lian POR AN-
.TIGA QUE KA ae, cloatrice ooen-
tletmsnte. OMtnglae su 1 a*.
lacla.
INSISTA EN
AUTO-UTE .
ha sealado en $2,600.000.000.
Los negociadores soviticos se
han negado a ofrecer ms de
$240,000.000.
Los ajustes de las cuentas so-
bre prestamos y arriendo se
han efectuado desde hace tiem-
po entre Estados Unidos y '.a
mayora de las grandes poten-
cias, con excepcin de la Unin
Sovitica y la China Comunis-
ta.
I I amea
Pequea bomba fu
encontrada en una
Legacin rusa
HABANA, Julio 12 (UP)
Una pequea bomba sin explo-
tar fue encontrada anoche en
la Legacin rusa en el barrio
del Vedado.
La polica dijo que la bomba
haba sido fabricada con un
tubo de hierro de once pulga-
das d largo por dos de di-
metro, dinamita y fulminante.
La policia no dijo, sin embar-
go, si la bomba habla sido en-
cendida.
Publicarn informe
sobre el Krebiozen"
dentro de poco
CHICAGO, julio 12. (UP).
La Asociacin Mdica America-
na anunci que dentro de seis
semanas publicar su Informe
sobre el Krebiozen", la nueva
draga antl-cancerosa descubier-1
ta por el doctor Stevan Duro-
vlc.
El doctor George F. Lull, se-
cretarlo de la AMA dijo que I
el doctor Paul Werner, Jefe del
Comit de Investigaciones Te-
raputicas de la organizacin,
llevar a cabo un estudio de
cien pacientes de cncer que
han sido tratados con la nueva
droga, y que una vez termina-
do ste se publicarn los re-
sultados para que el pblico sa-
que sus propias conclusiones.
El "Krebiozen" es una nueva
droga proveniente del suero de
la sangre de los caballos, y fue
descubierta por el doctor Du-
rovic, refugiado yugoeslavo en
Argentina.
Grupos comunistas
se infiltran en la
zona de Pyonyang
FRENTE CENTRAL DE CO-
REA, Julio l (UP)Las
tropas comunistas chinas dis-
pararon contra las patrullas de
las Naciones Unidas en cinco
lugares del tringulo Kumhwa-
Pyongyang y los observadores
areos han Informado que "mu-
chos grupos de comunistas" se
estn infiltrando en esa rea.
Los comunistas dispararon
contra los aliados armas de pe-
queo calibre contra cuatro pa-
trullas aliadas en el sector ce-
ir!.
Los oficiales del Servicio do
Inteligencia dijeron que Too
chinos quieren tener el contro.
de esta rea y es probable quo
enven suficientes hombres pa-
ra emboscar cualquier patrulli.
nuestra".
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
neree largo tiempo sin ser afec-
tado por la dictadura del Ge-
neral Pern hasta que fue re-
pentinamente eliminado sin jus-
tificacin alguna, ni an pura-
mente oficial", dijo Gregorio.
"No hay necesidad de ms
pruebas sobre la naturaleza
dictatorial del rgimen argenti-
no. Bastar saber que Vittorlo
Mussolini y el ex-Prefecto de
Miln, Piero Parinl, estn diri-
giendo la accin de Pern".
A Teto Uc pe Ukm
Trastornos
Estomacales
m asted a caaleulera de s*s fa-
miliares sufren loa sntomas da
Iadleatl6a acida, estomaso atria.
acedia a otraa Inconveniencia
rlginadas par la superaeldes ee-
temacal. entonces no deja de cem-
prar una caja de Neutracld: eche
asa cucbaradlta en medio rase de
lili callate y lmelo despacio
deapus de cada comida.
Neutracld ea ua producto nuevo,
hecho especialmente para aliviar
loa sintonas da aleara, acedia, pe-
sadas. Indlieetldn acida, delerea
abdominales producidos por las
cidos r Otros trastornas
Nuaea ha experimentado usted
mejora semejante. Compre una
caja hoy mismo. Ptda WBTJ-
TRACrn aa cualquier buena far-
macia.
T ABOGA
La Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen
ser celebrada rstr.so eon gran devocin y jbilo: Ce-
remonias religiosas, carnavales acuticos, feria y bailes,
durante los das sbado, domingo y lunes prximos.
EL PARASO LA RESTINGA ofrece especial atencin a
todos sus huspedea y para comodidad de sus clientes
aumentar el servicio de lanchas as:
SBADO, 14 DE JULIO DE 1951
:
DOMINGO, 15 DE JULIO DE 1951
Salen Balboa
7:30 a.m.
S:H i
19:30 si
2:90 p.m.
Z:90 !
4:45
4:45 n
:llll ii
4:90 >
y Salen Balboa
1:99 a.m.
9:30 "
19:99 M
3:99 p.m.
3:09
7:09 n
7:99 M
19:99
10:99 tt


Salen Tabora
9:90 a.m.
9:15 M
11:45 u
3:15 p.m.
3:15 n
9:19 u
9:10 91'
9:15 it
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01 Salen Tabora
9:15 s.m.
9:45 "
11:15 9*
4:39 #
4:39 "
3:39 '
3:39 '
11:15 M
11:15 *
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Nacional de Turismo. Tel. 3-3994.
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PAGINA CUATRO
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L PANAMA AMDUCA DIARIO jW>gPnilB
JUEVES, JUMO l. 1951
___
El traslado del Manicomio a Los
Santos es una necesidad urgente
Doa Mara Correa de Moreno
TACA* "CONTBNTAS'-En vista de que las ifranrfw recB.ra ******** *%**&* >* e*
endea proviene de "vacas contentas", este original, campesino decide contentar las suyas con
i mflslt d su "cello". Dice que a las vacas le gusta nrticho la msica d W|Wr. _______

- CRUCIGRAMA -
L | M 1 4 S 8 9 10 11
Z ^ 1 Sit
15 !T 17 i
L9 20
1 1 21 22 123
34 B 26 27, 26
29 30 31
52 34
35 3rV 37
58 39 40 41 42. 43
14
46 48 1
50 51
HORIZONTALES:
tRio de Espaa.
Dejo fuera.
tlsla del Pacfico.
Bisonte de Europa.
13Sostenerse y adelantar
en el agua.
14Apcope de santo.
IIMelocotn,
llJornada.
llDel verbo anegar.
26Pemil curado del cerdo.
21Nosotros.
-Alimento fundamental.
-Negacin.
-Asunto, argumento, Inv.
-Aves domsticas.
-Uno de los hijos de No*.
-Mueble.
-Hermana.
31Detenga.
33Constelacin.
38Pedazo de madera.
34Algas filamentosas.
3| Rfin Nacional. Ini.
31Tratamiento ingls.
3lYerno de Maboma.
3Lmpara porttil.
40Clase de sombreros, Pl.
4.4Deidad pagana.
45Accin y efecto de ame-
nazar.
41Igual al 28 horizontal.
4TFillogo e historiador .
francs.
4|Tratamiento espaol.
5 6 Constelacin.
5Puesta de un astro.
BMetal precioso.
2Ciudad de Espaa.
3Natural de Lorena.
4Medida de peso, Pl.
5Cacahuete.
6Distrados.
7Exclamacin,
8^Pabellones de lo odos.
Provincia de la India.
10Del verbo taponar.
11Del mismo parecer u
opinin, Pl.
18Consume, acaba.
18Apcope de santo.
22Huelga.
24Srn forma regular.
25Compaas de soldados.
26Atreverse.
27Planta hortense.
28Del Verbo Cavilar.
31Polvillo fecundante de las
flores.
33Abertura inferior del
estmago.
38Nota musical.
37Entretenido.
3$_Capital europea.
40Clase de tela.
41Dueas, propietaria*.
42Ave de rapia.
43Saludable.
4P.Escuela Cubana, Inic.
VERTICALES:
-Destile sudor.____'
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M
refrigeracin
U Preterid. Tad* I Munde
fttf. IM1. H*e*rv. C*e. DM aWraai te.
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naaap. annm
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blanca la ropa. Emple
cata ail en I aJti'wo
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'&%&**
...por su sabor
diferente, ms
refrescante y solve
le encantar! ll
Pasta Dental fpini
Se aboga en Veraguas por el
pronto nombramiento k lo
reemplazos de unas maestras
Elige directiva un
Club de Padres de
Familia en esta
Con la asistencia de los de-
legados de los diferentes grados
y maestros del plantel, se ve-
rific el lunes 9 de los co-
rrientes la primera reunin del
Club de Padres de Familia, con
l objeto da nombrar la nueva
directiva que orientara esta or-
ganizacin durante el presente
ao lectivo.
Discutida la nmina presen-
tada por los mismos delegados.
se efectu la votacin con el
resultado siguiente:
Presidente, Jos E. Murillo;
vlce-presldente, Arturo Porras;
tesorero, Toms Pedroza; se-
cretarlo de actas. Blgica Oll-
vardia; secretario de correspon-
dencia, Ana Fisher; fiscal, Sixto
Arosemena; vocales: Teodoro
Smith, Jos M. Berguloo.
Labora el Club de
Padres de Familia
fundado en Chepo
CHEPO Julio 12 (Correspon-
sal) En sesin celebrada el
dia de ayer la Junta de Padre3
de Familia nombr au nueva di-
rectiva asi. Presidente Antonio
Thompson, "Vlce-Prsldente Ga-
briel Ceballos, Secretaria de
Actas Juma H. de Barahona,
Secretario de Propaganda Cris-
tbal Quintana R., Tesorero Jo-
s Mara Robres.
Para el acondicionamiento del
iruerto escolar los padres de fa-
milia en un nmero como de
ochenta, en asocio del comtelo,
amigos de la escuela y maes-
tros del plantel, desarrolla!c-n
el domingo pasado una intensa
labof de desmonte y limpieza,
con lo que se mantiene la es-
peranza de que tal obra tanto
tiempo esperada, sea una rea-
lidad en la prctica de la eruc-
arifca agrcola escolar.
RIO DE JESS. Julio 12 (Co
rresponsai) De ltaro es uei
conocimiento del seor Minis-
tro- de Educacin qu en eta
comunidad se ha separado con
lfceneht oot gravidez desde da 5 de ros corrientes tma trues
tra. Esprase que este ao no
aea Veraguas la provincia me
perjudicada por las demoras en
el nombramiento de ros reem-
plazos para las maestras que sn
uso de este derecho tomen el
tiempo acordado por la ley- Uav
la experiencia del ao pasado,
que por completa- mala voiun-
tad de los Jefes dtl ramo de c-
ducacln, Veraguas se vl pti-
vada de brindar a rniltfff alui.v
nos del derecho que la conci-
tacin lea otorga de recibir e-
ducacin gratuita. RIO de Je-
ras siempre ha sido de los pue-
blos ms afectados en este sen-
tido aunque nuestras prt&fUs
hayan sido siempre opottuiia-.
Varios censos han Ido al Mi-
nisterio en solicitud de cau.us
j astas pera la apertura de es-
cuelas, de seguro se habrn ex-
traviado, cuando las gestiones
de padres, maestros e inspec-
tores han merecido el complt'o
silencio d las altas esferas. Es-
peramos que el Ministro Bt.r-
ntdez joven humilde del pue-
blo recuerde que Veraguas o
digna de mejor suerte.
Comunicado
DAVID, Julio 12Las per-
sonas que tengan que efectuar
cosechas por medio del Fomen-
to Agrcola de Chrrkrui, etien
elevar Inmediatamente, su pe-
ticin al Fomento. En cada pe-
ticin debe comunicrsenos lo
Siguiente:
1Hectareaje por cosechar.
2Lugar donde va a efec-
tuarse la cosecha.
3Fecha etl l cual quieren
hacer su cosecha.
jofrff
donde est ubicada la cosecha.
acer
4-'
Topografa de terrino
5Consideraciones sobr el
camino, que den luz sobre las
posibilidades de elegir y hacer
llegar la maquinara respectiva.
8Cualquier eornerrttmo que
se quiera hacer sobre el proble-
ma de cosecha o pertinente a
esta peticin.
Benjamn Palmo, Director
Los alumnos de la
Normal se unieron
a unas protestas
SANTIAGO, JuHo 12 (Cortc:-
ponsar> Lo* estudiantes de a
Escuela Rorrnal J. D. Aroseme-
na abstuvieron de Ir a cla-.i
el martes diez, como protesta -
i.rgica y respaldo "restricto al
movimiento que lucha patriti-
camente por consegufr el abara-
tamiento del costo de la vid*,
actualmente Insufrible y causa
de la desesperacin del pueblo
panameo.
Las clases se suspendieron a
li.s siete y media de la maana
y s reanudaron ayer t Ms li *
la hora acostumbrada.
Este paro cvico termin con
una monstruosa manifestacin
en la cual tomaron parte el pu
blo de Santiago y los alumi'.s
dt la Escuela normal Bn el rnl-
t'n realizado, hicieron uso d l
palabra varios oradores quieres
.tacaron fuertemente a ros res-
ponsables de esta situacin ca-
tica.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Ala
nos enva carta sustentando
el traslado a su provincia
No s posible, afrega, que por egosmo
reglas (fe humanidad y de higiene
Doa Mara Correa de More-
no se hace eco del deseo de to-
do roa santflos para que se
construya n su Provnola el
nuevo manicomio nacional, y
nos ha enviado la siguiente
carta, aumentando l proyecto
qu dice, "s n* necesidad so-
cial con caracteres apremian-
tes".
Los jigufritei conceptos son
de dotia Mara Correa de Mo-
reno:
Debe it ei anateMi* a la
tHfa de os Santos
Considerando una vez ms el
espectculo triste y desastro-
so en que se encuentran los
enfermos del Retiro d Matas
tras-
"Nacional a
es una
necesidad social con caracteres
apremiantes.
No l
eptitod
mar
MELOCOTONES
BIRDS EYE
{Tun dulces como
la mol I
Sirva estos riqusimo! meloco
tonei, que vienen ya picados y
endulzados, con galletitas dul-
ces, 6 bien pngalos entre do*
capas de bizcocho y adrnelo!
con crema batida.
Son un verdadero deleite del
paladar, corno todo alimento
congelado que lleva la marca
Birds Eye. Prubelos hoy mismo.
GANGAS! GANGAS!
Preciog de ganga in rivaU
TRAJES dt 3.50 *Wrtt
ROPA INTERIOR
SHORTS
SOMBREROS
FALDAS
BLUSAS
SLACKS
CORREAS
MEMAS
JOYERA DE FANTASIA
CASA GRANT
Ave. Tivoli'No. 8 frente al Correo de Ancn.
-
11a
le *ue por la fot-
oros gobiernos f l
arcado egosmo d algunos
prfeeionales se sigan olvidan-
do Jas1 rnaa elementales reglas
de Humanidad y d higiene.
La promiscuidad n que viven
estos enfermos y el abandono
n que se les ha tenido hasta
hoy, raya n desprestigio ante
la esttica, la moral y la ca-
ridad.
No son animales los qne am
viven, ion seres qu por des-
gracia haw perdido la razn y
viven atenidos ai buen criterio
IOS que se dicen cuerdos.
y que demostrar cordura en
la forma de solucionar eite te-
rrible problema. Manos a la
obra. Bn si Manicomio Nacio-
nal q,u se termine en la Villa,
se encontrar aran parte de
alivio. All tendrn los aliena-
dos aire puro, sol, asistencia
clmlca fnejor reglamentada y
podran separarse los enfermos
crnicos de los agudos.
No culpamos de este desas-
tre al personal tcnico del Re-
tiro, porque ellos solo han tra-
tado de amoldarse lo mejor po-
sible a la precaria situacin en
que se encuentra esta institu-
cin; y creemos aajg n
obstaculizar esto, porqu ellos
solo veran la parte material
d la obra y por lo tanto no
quieren que est obra qu da-
r vida econmica I pueblo
casi olvidado e ignorado de is
Villa, sea un xito por l sold
prurito de creer qu ellos son
los nicos dignos de empuj i
de ayuda de parte de los Go-
biernos,
Mara Corres t Nieven*, ,
Cd. 47-26894.
Julio 12 de 1951.
CITACIN
XI Centro de COlaboravbn
"Cirilo J. Martnez" formad*
por los maestros de las ases-
las de los alrededores capitali-
nos, efectuar ana importante
reunin maana viernes en a
escuela Ernesto T. Levefre.
Dicha reunin, es d suii.
Importancia y se encarec la
puntual asistencia de todos ioa
miembros.
GOCE USTED...
de tos Saludables Rayos del Sol!
una
buena resolucin y un cambio
itlco y decidido, ser Im-
posible afrglarh*. No hay nada
que discutir y a continuar las
obras del Manicomio en Los
Santos. Que no se pierda en
el vaco esta gran Idea como
otras veces, .y no predominen
el rrlidtfJMrM egosmo de los
otros pueblos', que traten de
-
Por su/I iretrente
ANAC M"".m!
isi siiNTC ahhuoi... iTm*
ANACIN te *Mm,4m M|U..k
f* r 'thrta lo occi4n dm am otrM
"">' -multi
AMlCIH
(Arriba) B _
(Abajo) ti Camim*t
No* omblar
it el mil elegant? r seguro de todo*
lot eOnt'rtible construidos. Cuando llueve o
hl fro, baila tocar un botn para convertirlo
e* un ldlSi abrigado v confortable. El Naii RaBW
es tambin el primero en economacon
m ane*. record establecido en 1951 en la Carrera
de Economa Mobilgaa de
1.1*4 kms-13.66 kmi Sor
litro de gasolina.
~**4$k
DI 1951
EL AMBASSADOR EL STATESMAN
EL RAMBLER
Lo 4utomrilei Md$ Moderno Del Mundo
Eat* ei l iirtrrfleo IMHH
de doble utilidad! Elegante tedan deportivo
especial y, a la vea. un verdadero vehculo de
carga cape* de transportar nn* hneni
, carca de peao corriente. Tambin de
eouatruccton Airflyte, completamente libra
de mido.. Venta Med t eddniea I
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La catMA BALSMICA MEXSANA ea os
vroduM xipcrlor ear* *t w rnTUMmUtH im
la tax, ntauuluras t sol. uataMurM, te.
Sin ora m aaaklplta, IraSa naa trun* tlmlai t
loa boatbrtf, major** y ai&oa.
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aoche.
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jueyes, julio it. mi
v. panam america niARio xm&wmrtsTw
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Keduccin Social
L PANAMA.AMER1CA
TeWfene J-im
IlOUilS: IM I:* a.at.
Apartado 134
i
La Srta. Ana Cecilia Jimnez
,, ofrece hoy un t en el Qoil
Club, en honor de la Srta. Mi-
rla Tere Healy quien con-
traer matrimonio e! sbado 14
d Julio. Asistir un numeroso
grupo de amigas de la se-
da.
Censida '
La Srta. Mara Teresa Healy
y l Lie. Roberto Alemn sern
agasajados hoy por el Sr. Jaime
de la Guardia Jr. y Sra. Rete-
ntarle P. de de la Guardia con
una comida en su residencia.
rtas. Patay Ruth Caseetty y
Mary JO demons quienes pro-
cedentes de Hemnile, Tnnes-
se*. pasan una temporada en
Panam, el Sr. Archie L. Byrne
y Srt. Nena Vallartno d Byrne
ofrecieron anoche una comida
en su residencia d Bella Vista.
8n honor d sus primas las
exija el talco espcuf
para1 rWfos ... Tafeo tollmen. M-
?Ja y vfut rrlfaio-
nes de la piel. Propor-
cin* Wgrf v como-
didad Use ohnsri
usted tambin... i L
encantara:!
La Sra. Luz O. de Mndez
agasaj My a la Bra. Altee de
Lombard con un sfbnudr en
Bu residencia.
^fTfTWrifi W crWattwiatwMtwm
CleVran en estd feeha l 50.
aniversario d su matrimonio 1
hogar ormsdo por don Justo
OrllhK y dona Evelina Altero
d Oriusc. Por tal mdttvo data
maana fu celebrada a las 7
am., una Misa Dlaconada ofi-
ciada por l Rev. Padre Manuel
de Mfcurefi, 8.J., en la Igle-
sia de La Merced y a la cual
asistieron ana familiares y esta
tarde los esposos Orillac-Alfaio
recibirn en su residencia a sus
familiares y amigos que deseen
felicitarlos en esta fecha de
grata recordacin. Para este
honorable y distinguido hogar
nuestras felicitaciones en sus
Bodas de Oro y nuestros mejo-
res deseos porque el Todopode-
so sM derramando sobre ellos
s*w bendiciones.
Nuestras ms efusivas felici-
taciones para el Sr. Juan Es-
Jtildssn y Sra. Elmira A. d Es-
kfldsen, quienes celebran en es-
ta fecha el aniversario d su
matrimonio.
D victo de las drogas: el problema del
da. en ana pelcula sensacional
CARNOL
s un tnico da verdad
para kombrev f majare*
CdCsee cABROi i<* utem,
a takMM. fctn. 4.
GRATIS! GRATIS!
Con cada compra de B .100.00 o mis obsequiaremos
a nuestros cRentes Boa preciosa lmpara!
"PIERIA
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SEORITA! SEN' RA! SUFRE I
DEBILIDAD PERIDICA
tmmimMtttmtntMHi J^S"4* *ta BU*M' to ***
llagar"-'*xiai" i nwnwn* -wi Compueto Plnkham contribuye a
Si tos trastornos fonelonales per- una fluyo i tasUSnSM a tab tras-
dicos la hacen sentirse neiviosa, tornos. Vea los beneficios que a
Lvdia 8. Plnkham para Brisa; cal. Merece probarte, mo er*
Ules sintomws. Is /omaso or 1* usted!
SfSRSl'K tbat.(PbtAA*m
VENTA ESPECIAL
1 W MfMM M C0ST0
1U/V en toda la mercanca
DURANTE el mes de JULIO
v
ALMACN
VISITE
Y VIA
Todo lo qusHJd. necearte ri arffculoi d
vestir de primera calidad, para caballe-
ros, jvenes y nio, le encontrar en el
.
Almacn "El CANAl A NIVEL"
Avenida Central 41 Frente al Teatro
Cumplen anoa de casados boy
el sr. Enrique Clmnt y Sra.
Daisy Halphn de Clement. Loe
{elle i tafos en su aniversario.
Bautsse
C l nombr de Irene re-
cibi aye Ms aguas lstrales,
1 rttfia llegada reienteifidnte
al hogar del Sr. Miguel cor-:
Jr. y ira. Elida Mercedes Z. de
Core. Fueron sos padrinos la
Sra HvlriU Z. de Arias jr. el
Sr. Jorge Artas. Muchas feli-
cidades deseamos a la nuera
cristiana.
Para les Estad** Uaides
Un feliz viaje deseamos a 8.
t. l Embajador de Argentina
en Panam, quien por la va
area sigui para Washington,
D. C.
Para Per
Sigui para Luna, donde pa-
sar un me-! de vacaciones la
Srta. Ana Teresa Ros, a quien
despedimos muy atentamente.
Para Ceatre America
En viaje de negocio* sigui
para Centro Amrica el Sr. Ro-
bert Qulnn, Gerente de )a Pa-
ramount. Lo despedimos.
Para EarSpa
n grato paseo deseemos al
Sr. Julio Vos y r. Berta W.
de Vob, quienes signen pata
Europa en viaje de placer.
Pata Cesta Rica
Despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada n Panam n
rtaje de negocios, sigui para
San Jos de Costa Rica el Sr.
Jorge Castre.
Enfermes
Pronta convalecencia desea-
mos al Sr. Ramn Oonz-"-
Tllla, quien ha ingresado a la
Clnica San Fernando en bus-
es d salud.
La prensa americana s fia
dedicado en grandes titulare*,
a tratar el escandaloso trailed
d drogas entre la Juventud es-
tudlantil y gangsters "taesen!*
pulosos. Vicio entre muchachas
y muchachos que los han lle-
vado a traspasar lmites de de-
radacln. Este problema d vi-
al Importancia eat tratado en
una pelcula sensacional, tltu-"
lada "El Sueo Infernar* (De-
vil's Sleep), que ser presenta-
da el viernes a medianoche ert
el Teatro Lux, y l sbado (a
las 11 p.m tambin), en el
Teatro Cecilia.
Este film est recomendado
muy especialmente a los pa-
dres de familia y Jvenes dd
escuelas secundarias.
Nos complacemos poder anotar
prximamente su complet res-
tablecimiento.
Cumpteaftox de Hey
Sr. Ins Arlas d d la Ouar
da.
Sra. Mara Cristina Arosemt-
na de de Row.
Sra. Lola de te Ouardte de
Zubleta.
Srta. Carmen Hortensia Re-
mn.
Nio Jos Saltelro Jr.
El Gobierio i!
est en contacto con
varias Potencias
ROMA, Julio ig OTP) S
informa que el OoMemo Ita-
liano est en "intimo contac-
to" con Estados Unidos, Oran
Bretaa f Yngoeslavla respecto
a los rumores persistentes de
un supuesto "nuevo plan" en
relacin a Trieste.
El Gobierno italiano no ha
hecho deelar acin es oficiales
sobre las crecientes noticias de
que los aliados estaban en fa-
vor de ceder a Trieste a Yu-
Beslavia. El Primer Ministro
cld d Oasperi tiene qu
hacer unas declaraciones en el
Senado hoy.
Sin embargo, fuentes infor-
Hungra no se atreve
tolerar la libertad de
opinin, Informan
WASHINGTON, Julio 12
iUSIS) Los Estados Unaos
estn convencidos di que el Kc-
bierno eomunieta de Hungra se
pone a las actividades cultura-
les e informativas de tes E*-
os Unidos en Hungra porgue
jnadas dicen que el Ministro
de Relaciones Exteriores, el
Conde Cario Sforza. se entre-
vist ayer con el Ministro yu-
goeslavo en Roma sobre el a-
unto de Trieste.
Tambin se ha sabido que el
Gobierne envi un "memorn-
dum" a los Embajadores de Es-
tados unidos y Oran Bretaa
en Italia subrayando los "pro-
blemas qu podra crear en la
opinin pblica cualquier cam-
bio contrario Italia "n Cuan-
to al status de Trieste".
i "no se atreve a tolerar ni an
en grado limitado el ejercicio de
a libertad de opinin". '
Esta conviccin se expresa de
;nanera terminante en una no.a
entregada el sbado al Ministe-
rio de Relaciones Exteriores en
Budapest El Departamento de
Estado, al hacer publico hoy el
lexto de la nota, dijo que la e.i-
Ifcga de la misma fu hecna
por el Encargado de Negocloi. de
Estados Unidos en Budaacot,
Gerald A. Mokma.
La nota ha sido el resultado
de las exigencias de Hungra en
ti sentido de que Estados Uni-
dos cierre sus biblioteca y ser-
vicio de Informacin en Hun-
sria, suspenda sus programas de
ene y msica, y retlse a t>>t
miembros del personal de la -ae-
Icgacln.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
ti
=3
Se encuentra recluido n San!
Fernando el BD. Alfredo Ale-
mn, a quien deseamos una
pronta mejora.
Est hospitlizaSi i n el Pa-
nam donde ser sometido a
intervencin quirrgica el nio
Thomas DrOhan Jr. Esperamos
se restablezca en breve.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
el Hospital Santo Toms la Sra.
Ana Maria Diez d Vequez.
Curtido cmmpll d
Artculos Para Perros
Collares
Cadenas
Bozales
Platos para comida
Peinillas Cepillos
v rn variedad de Juguetes
Gft
'P<
ara
eaa
oS
Ave. Tiveli No. 1*
Tl. Z-3SS7
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Clara Sota de Fbrega
srta. Bertllda Paredes
Srta. Colombia Medina
Sr. Ernesto Enrique Arias
Sr. Enrique de la Guardia
Lie. Francisco Alvarado Jr.
Joven Paul A. Runyn.
ooo
T d El Panam
Ayer mircoles 11 de julio, tu-
to lugar en l Saln Casino del
hotel El Panam, un t de la
organizacin WlZq*. {Women's
International Zlonistld organi-
zation), al cual asistieron mu-
thas damas de te colonia he-
brea de Panam. Hubo un pro-
grama muy animado, tal como
dos discursos por las seoras
Helena Borensteln y Raya wlz-
nltzer, sobre las actividades de
la organizacin, bailes y re-
citales en el plano. El acto
finaliz con un exquisito buffet
y Juego de cartas.
i mi i -ii i a
Gran surtido de
rancesa
NO RIO0II1I It ir RICE RACIN...TAN FCIL ti USAR
COttO LA LIVABURA DITIRIORASLI DI ANTAO
e Wo hmy levadura orno ta nurv y teoca a la auao una bMna previ-
maravillo Levadura tees de An. iCenprthoy la nuev* Ledur
a levadars te coa- atase*FllbHiBiiin.deacetan rptaSI
jS^dmaafSMTja rMft aJtto
'.- v. .-.r.j.T* mwv rUaat usas.
I is i sjiirtiuBiiaee *> w .....
par* boeacw eu.lan^T *,* ff* ,^7*! '*.**TM*-|ln**>n?
le. M asted barata ea seso, uBi u.iiMiiii
Tmpk skmprt m e*s*...Hr*H am* m It mfft
THf HHIIT CSV1TAI MABI
Todo el surtido de venta en Juegos completos
y en piezas sueltas.
Puede ir haciendo su juego poco a poca
O
^^H^HOd ara *to
AVE. TIVOLI No. l
A N G E LINI, la casa licor era ms antigua de Panam,
presenta, a las 940 p.m.


MUJERES

ENTRE REJAS
Novel* original de
CLAUDIO LOPEZ
GRONN1NG







i i
i

NiaMi Seattei como
f 1 Mtnmllf o> Voz
Frotndolas esa Jet geni sos mane* quedan
AqursitSatme romnticas j suaves ... Har
que l exclame: "Quiere estrechar las psra siempre"!
... Us Locin Jergens ... Tan Suave como crema.'
Net cmo l inmediatamente absorbida por te piel,
a M Cadi imperte la flexible frescura que
requieresin dejar tacto grasoso. Es tambin una
admirable locin de bellesa para todo l
cuerpo. Da a los codos, bracos y piernas '
suavidad de seda. Comience boy a cuidar de
su pM bn Jergens. Usada por ms mujeres
que ninguna otra locin en el mundo.
Para unas Manos Adorables y Suaves..
LOCIN JEBGENS
AOEWCIAS vT. DOEL 8. A APARTADO ttt. ANAMA
J


CON LA APASIONANTE SERIE:
"CRISTINA MEDEROS ANTE LOS TRIBUNALES",
l trate historia ds una mujer que pec por amor
con
ANTA VILLALAZ, LUCHO TAPIA y ELDA DE ICAZA.
Direccin y Produccin: EMILIO DAZ.


Un Programa Estelar en la Radio Favorita,
JLa fiea Panamericana
H.O.A. Panam H.O.W. Coln


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IL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
JUEVES, JULIO 12, 1951
V
$0
Mnimo poi
12 palabras.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
t
NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER/ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas le atendern:
HER VICIO LEWIS
Am. Tiv.h Na 4
Tal. 2-M1
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Am.
Tal.
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KIOSRO DE LESSEES
Pitpit d< | ama
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TICA CARLTON
AT*. MtlM TL tU-CtUm. i
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
cu. U Owta Na. Mi
IL PANAMA AMERICA
ila -R" Na. (7 riuml
*. Caatral H-17aCala.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
Sf VINOIN:CU'M. lukarw i*ra
ctto lat*. bw-Tm 'no
nlaaVr Mr* "' '' "-
m, lnnnm aicutadai. are.
la* ar**M* mi* baja* alai*.
A0INCIA5 GL0SAL1S. Via Eipa-
**, llafaaaa laan Franca Tal
, .nos______________
SE VENDE: Vidrieros Mostrador.
Varios tamaos. Antonio's In-
novacin.
SE ALQUILA
Apartara enlos
SE ALQUILADepartamento una ra-
cimara, piso bajo, entrada inde-
pendiente. $50.00. Edificio AL-
BERTINA. Avenidas Ecuador y
Mxico. Cuidadora tiene llaves.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento. 3 rci-
rfioras, salo, comedor. Corretera
Pueblo Nuevo. Vista Hermosa 59.
Ocurra alli mismo.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento Barrio '-
COMPRO camin tipo' mulo tamao
grande. Pago contado. Prefiero sin
derechos. Dirjase: Creta, Central
191.
SE VENDE: Camioneta G. M. C.
Metlica en perfectas condicionas
mecnicos. 5 Montas nuevas. Infor-
mas* telfono 2-2040 de 8:00 o.
m. o I :00 p. m. con el seor
Grau.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
de El Carmen, la. Calle otras de la SE VENDE:Camir ichasil "Stud*-
SH VENDE:Cof Nocional en gra-
no ol por mayor. Productos Na-
conoles S. A. Telfono 2-0023.
Aportado 1984 Pcnama.
S j/NDE:Piono "Lester". Cobollo
o* pase. Corretero Pueblo Nuevo,
vji-.to Herrr.oso 59. Ocurra ol*
mismo.
SE N'cNDENMquinas de escribir
' nuevas, tipo oficina B. 120.00
. '{Porras", Picio 5 de Mpyo.
SE VENDEN:-.-Miq-inos calculado-
i rjs olerr.nfr. nuevo1:, morco
"BRUNSVIG" 6.145.00 Peros.
"Jara 5 de Mayo.
Sf ViTNDF: Un por de penuinos
tete* de esmercldo. B.50.00. Tel
Si VENDE: 'Carretero can cobollo.
ptopic par vente ambulante. Pre-
, gjinte cosp omerill, Via Porros No
. 4% Elsa.
A< MBRE DE PAS. Rallai aa S<
1>. B.8.25. Inodoroi t tanque
b o comalrtos, can atlantai
S.44.95. Pinturas y esmaltas LU-
CAS a aresio* aa cesta, calera
urtidov ALMACi* 'IL CONDOR"
Avenid* N*rt* N*. 60.
SE VENDE. Equloc. completo para
comlsorioto. Refrigeradoras, regis-
Hidoras National, vidrieros, pesas,
btilanras. tonques aluminio paro
g-anot. archivo d metal, escrito-
rio, sillas, "boniro elctrico, m-
quina escribir Underwood v tu-
crr-is otros objeto!, telfono 2-1636.
bomba de gosolmc vieja,
Juan Franco.
frente o
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento una 're-
cmara. Calle 52 No. 18, infor-
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo
a independiente en lo Calle le
Ingenio No. 76. Para reformes ofi-
cina Baquerizo-. Tel. 3-0699.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento: Ave.
Peru No. 57. Informes colte 34
Est No. 8, .bajos. Telfono 3-
0746,
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SE ALQUILA:Exclusivamente paro
oficina, el apartamento No. 6 de-
la Casa No 98 de la Ave. Central
i Altos da lo
baker" Mod. M.17. dobla dife-
rencial, motor, perfecta condicin,
s>te llantas 8.25 x 20 Michellin.
muy buen estodo. un o uso.
Precio mdico. Llame telfono 555-
J, Colrt.
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SS VENDE:Pkk-up uiode m.del*
1949 Internatianal. ala 1 Tan. a*
aerfectai condicionas mecinicai.
Na tieaa felpe*- Uiada talamaa-
te en la ciudad.. B.950. reda mal.
Aaravach* at* tanga. Facilida-
4*1 de >aa.
CIVA; S. A.
Cidillac-GMC-Pontiar
Tal. 2-017 Panam.
CA. M LEEEVR Tal. 2-423^
VENDE LOTES
Pat* iii*l mnima B.100.00
MmihI B. 15.00
* Lotes con- Collas y AcuxductM d
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 *l matro.
a Alquilamos equipo pisodo pea
movimiento da tierra.
'a Alquilarnos lotes o lorgos plazo*.
Club d* lotee. B.3 00 y B.4 00
i seir.nqio* ,
i ii .,
MNDEZ Y ZUBIETA tiene poro lo
[ vento Acciones de la Cervecera.
SE VENDE:Aborroteria. Precio gon-
go por motivo de vioje. Calle 12
o: 16, San Francisco.
SE VENDE:Por na poder ofenderla,!
la abarrotara Lo Libertad, calle
B No. 57.
ESPECIAL
Kodak i por B.36 00. Stw**aak*r Chameien 1*50
Da
Ouno a Quiiano, calle 8a.
11.
No.
J
SE ALQUILAN:Apartamentos B.50.
' C0 v B.35 00. Infrmese, oficina
Gelabert, Jernimo de la Ossa
No. 10. ,
SE ALQUILA:A persona responsa-
ble, moderno y cmodo aparta-
mento de dos recmaras, caja-co-
medor, porch, cuarto de empleada
cen servicio, garage, en los'altos
de la casa Na 51 de lo Callo 50*URGE LOCALIZAR aa entrgar ca-
Laie, can radia, saat cavan pls-
tica*, celar negra. E*c*l*nt* astada.
Laca un nueve, 12,000 millai
c*rrid*> lelemente. Puede adqui-
rirla par sala B.l.tOO.
Facilidida! de eea.
CIVA, S. A.
CadillacOMC-Pent.ee
Tal. 2-0170 Panam.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje.
Refesqerfa y Cafeteria La Buena
Suerte, Ave. A y Calle 15, anti-
guo .local, de Simn.
SE VENDE:Se traspasa local cn-
trico, alquiler S. 135.00. por B. '
500,00 contado, y pequeo saldo a |
5 'mese*,T*I. :2-0428 de 8-12, 2- '
5 m.
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PERSONALES

SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de cinco cuor-
tos en Pasadena. Pora informacin
dirigirse casa de lo esquina No. 11.
Tel. 2-3142. Ponmi.
por B 100.00 Ocurro a Quijano.
Calle 8o. N. 15.
ir
SE NECESITA
-eneral
Sf NECESITA: Para marlcoPio.
CJarlo con servicio Y"nrado in-
dependiente, sin muebles. .Llamar
Corozel 4287. 8 a. m. a-M p. m.
SE' NECESITA:Colero y empleadas
Sra El Club 'Zomby. Buen- sueldd.
ros A. Mendor No. 65. Tel.
3-0135.________
SE" NECESITA:Operario u opera-
rio experto paro trabojo general.
Intil aresentorse sin experiencia.
Soln de Belleza File's, colla J No.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
referencias. Buen sueldo. He 41
| No. 19. : ,
SE NECESITA: Cocinera 'con expe-
riencia, buenos referencias. Buen
sueldo. Calle 46 No. 24.
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NECS51TO Corquera ron reco-
n^enriacon. pare Cuidar nios. Buen
sueldo. Avenido Norte No. 4, ba-
jos. .
netantndancta a la Irte. Ttielva
Allamara Sandavel. Llame al Ad-
miniiradot de "El P*4am Am-
rica" Tal. 2-0740. Har* de *i-
cina. -
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matnrnooio sin hijos, que
conozca de labores de ampo pa-
ra cuidar cosa en f Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugor donde troboj qn^es. Ca.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbri-
cq da Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet paro voca- |
ciones en El yolcn, gas para co-
cinar, chimenea 'francesa, oeomo-
dd 6 se alquilo ,par semana, mes
o mis Cristbal 3-2324 de 4:30
6:30 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
[.ocales

SE ALQUUux:Local par* etietna.
- arriba del Teatro Central
.SE ALQUILsA:-1 Local comercial. Ave-
nida Central 261. barato, B.50.-
00. Telfono 3-0338.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
cocinar, pora oficios domsticos.
Debe dormir empleo. Calle 49'Es-
te No. 24. '
SE NECESITA:VerxUdores de se-
ntiros, etc. tienen bueno oportuni-
dad de oumantor cu ingresos, -ven-
diendo refriqerodoros ADMIRAL.
No tienen que dejor su empleo
presen^. Coso Sparton, Centrol
. 223. Colidonia.___________
$E NECESITAEmpleado poro aten-
der vento de hombres. Deber te-
star experiencia, hobilidad de ven-
dedor y referencias. Por fovor no
ce prsente si no llena esos requi-
sitos, ni llame por telfono, Mer-
codo Modelo. Colle 29 Este y Ave.
Justo Arosemena
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Debe,-dor-
-mir empleo. alte 14. San Fran-'
cisco No. 26, familia Piongo.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera v lavan-
dera, preferible una persona para
ambos ofrcios Compo Alegre, colle
52 No. 20. Familia de la Guardia.
SE NECESITA:Empleado responsa-
ble, trabajo generol de casa, des-
da 7 o. m. hasta 1 :30 p. m. Ave.
I. Ancn 86, Apta 1 desde 6 hasta
i 7 P' m" _^__ ____ __
SE NECESITA:Emplead* para -
aicia y acamad* de la ata. Da-
be dermir *n el trefcaja y tenar
r*c**l*ndacin de se emplea *n-
t.ner. Venga de 5 a 7- p. m. E<-
qwina da Balbee y calle SI. casa
45.
MISCELNEA
No necesito ser calvo, lo caldo del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quina destruye I* caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todos los buenas
farmocios.
SE. ALQUILA:Piso olto at la Co.
'Fiduciorio de Panom, S. A. con
o sin mobilior de oficina. Area
435 metros cuadrados, oir acon-
dicionado v Cenfrjl Telefnico. Po-
ra informacin acuda ol Banco Fi-
duciario.
LEONOR MANRIQUE Modisto re-
conocida de la sociedad de Cfli y
Bogot, de nueve en Pdnom. poro
ofrecerle sus servicios o las damas
elegantes.. Especialidad vestidos
sastre, recepcin y ballet. Calle 32
.No. 1. Apto. 15.
LA FABRICA
DE MUEBLES
LA GARANTA
Necesita barnizadores coa
experiencia en trabaios de
barniz y pinturas.
Carratara Ro Abajo
No. 2154
SE ALQUILA
Cuartn
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para hombre
solo. Sin muebles. Avenido Central
No. 79. AIU informan de 2 a 6 p.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto poro personos
de buenos costumbres. Calle 5a.
No. 36 (altes) verse 2-9 p. rri.
,SE ALOLHLAN;2 cuortos oon ali-
mentoan. B.60.00 y B.70.00 por
mes. solidp independiente. Calle
45 No. 34. .
Usted no est compran-
do man cuando constru-
ye su casa. Usted est
haciendo ana inversin
substancial y permanen-
te. Ase{rese de la cali-
dad de sus materiales
comprndolos aa
m/.
I.A.
| Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martn 8o*a No. S
Tel. 3-1424,
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblado.
B.6.00 por semana, pora hombre,
Avenide Lefevre, Porque Lefevre,
Nq. 32.
Efectan reunin
hoy una sociedad
de aguadulcenos
La Unin Progresista A;ii-
dulcea. efectuar hoy Jue\c"
2 r Jos corrientes en calle xj'.
\o. 5 (bajos), Plaza de Henea,
sesin extraordinaria para en-
coger a loa nutfvoi 'dirigentes -le
dicha, institucin. Entre los pun
Los de vital importancia para
.a misma, est la formacin or-
los captulos de la U. P. A, :
integracin ,e la Federacin
Provincial pertenecientes a la
Provincia de Cocl, asi como el
Manifiesto que la UPA dirigir
i Distrito de Aguadulce.
Se efectu anoche
mllia debe reunirse nuevamente
hoy., a las 7 de la noche, en
el Liceo, para continuar discu-
tiendo las actividades a des-
arrollar en favor de 1 obra.
Mueren cuatro en
explosin en una
fbrica de aviones
INDIANAPOLIS, julio 12.
i UP i Una explosin destruy
la seccin experimental de la
fabrica de aviones a retropro-
pulsin "Allison" matando por
lo menos a cuatro persona e
hiriendo a otra. El forense de
Marion County dijo que se ha-
ban rescatado cuatro cadveres
y que por lo menos otros dos
se encontraban enterrados de-
bajo de los escombros.
Los funcionarios.de la plan-
ta no quisieron dar'informa-
cin alguna. Todos los fot-
grafos tuvieron que entregar
las placas fotogrficas, mientras
que la Polica Militar de ForU
Morrison Instal un cordn de
seguridad alrededor de la f-
brica.
Estancadas las
la reepoetta comunista al pr-
; nlrm surgido por loa periedis*
tas y el Cerenel 1. C. Murray
s. ha dirijid* hacia Kaesoug
I para tratar de eensegair la re. -
pnesta.
SE VENDE
Articulo *?* Cana
SE VENDEEstufo got 4 qumodor*,
horno. Tel. 3-1574. Colle 40 No.
13. ________ ___-
SE VENDE:-Juepo de comedor ca-
si nuevo. Calle 41 No. 39.
SE VENDE:Vitrina v un oparndor
n hu*nos condicionas, a un boio
precio. Vit-tonono Lorenzo No. 9.
i primer alto'.
SE VENDE .-'-Por motivo de vioie.
juepo de recmara, fabricacin in-
leui. Colle 32' No. 31. Tel. 3-
1 185.__________i_l___________
SE VENDE:Jueoo de comedor de
caobo, sillos extras, maquina para
hacer bloques de concrete, mes*
poro platos y otro* artculos "de ro-
sa. Avenido '4 de Julio No. 49.
SE NECESITAN:
Do* Jvenes y doe aeoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Ave. Con-
tral SS de S a a.m. sola-
men le.
Fortftletea la
economa Nacional'.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA
Fortalezca la
economa nacional'.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA 8
AVISO
A QUIEN CONCIERNA:
Per asta medio notificamos que al seer LEOVICILDO
BARAHONA, desde esta techa ha dejado da ser rn-
plaade de la firma "VRELA HERMANOS, t.A." y por
le tanto no nos hacemos responsable de ninguna tran-
saccin comarcial qua haga dicho seor en nombro da
asta firma.
Panam, Julio 11 do 151.
VRELA HERMANOS, S.A.
DESTILERA herrerana
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Acabamos de Recibir
CANAS DE PESCAR
D VIDRIO
que ser el ltimo embarque
segn I"" r-n'-iHiciones
actuales.
Tambin tenemos un surtido
variadsimo- de
CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-0140.
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln
Ricardo A. Mir,
Sel
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que I'd. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle lfi Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
PAPEL en rollo
de 18 y 24 pulgadas
. MANILA
. VASOS
"M" de 6, 7, 8 y
10 onzas
. BATERAS
para Flashlights
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Saln De Belleza Lola
* Expertas Operarlas
* Precios Razonables
* Aire Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
seneralea.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E 22
Tel 3-1713
Tenemos eo existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 ? 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Nombramienlos en
el Correo se dan
a la publicidad ,
El Ministerio de Gobierno y
Justicia ha hecho los siguien-
tes nombramientos en Correos'
y Telgrafos:
Concepcin Adames, oficial de
segunda categora; Artemla de
Varn, sub-jefe de Encomien-
das Postales; Juan Jos Mosco-
so. jefe de reparto a domici-
lio; Ana Teresa Lpez, asisten-
te de Contabilidad: Carmen
Mercedes Arango. bficlal de se-
gunda; Itza Lidia la Casa, te-
legrafista de primera categora;
Cristbal Ritter. Jefe de repar-
to internacional y Leticia Ci-
mente!, telefonista.
Bachilleres del 42
se reunirn maana
en el Jardn El Rancho
Para conmemorar la fecha
clsica de las libertades indi-
viduales loe Bachilleres dei 42
del Instituto Nacional se reu-
nirn en el Jardn E Rancho
esta Sbado a la 1 p.m. En eu
pasada reunin los bachieies
el 42 formaron una agrupacin
y nombraron la Directiva ijue
qued integrada por Jos B
Martinez Haradou. Ral Aponte,
Vlce-Presidente; Armando Daz
Wong; Secretario, Victor Char-
les. Tesorero; Leonel Fer,uscn
V Remn Mendizbal como v-.-
cales. Para esta reunin los n.;n
clonados bachilleres discutirn
asuntos de suma Importancia
'>ara la agrupacin y se le ren-
cura un pequeo homenaje a la
fecha que se conmemora.
EL ESTRENO DE HOY EN ELDORADO
Muri anoche doa
Berlina Sibausle
Anoche dej de existir la sc-
:ora Doa Bertina Rivera val-
ida de Sifcauste, tronco de "no-
norable y estimada familia de la
capital.
A la seora Sibauste la sobre-
viven sus hijos Francisco, Sor
Marta. Bertina Otllda. Antonio
Csar, Francisco Javier, Nocir.i,
Nidia. Carlos y Eneida Slbaute
y sus yernos Eduardo Caadlo,
los Luis Franco y Alejandro
M. Tullpano.
El cortejo fnebre partir df
ia Iglesia de la Merced a J-s
a de la tarde de hoy y sus deu-
dos agradecen la presencia de
| sus amigos.
'El Panam Amrica" por tsi.e
medio expresa su condolencia a
!los deudos de Dona Bertina Ll-
ivcra viuda de Sibauste.
El ao pasado
su totalidad.
Personas allegadas al Banco
Agropecuario indicaron hoy que
el Banco espera prximamente
un embarque de 10.000 quinta-
les de arroz y a principios del
mes entrante, un segundo em-
barque de 5,000 quintales. Pr-
ximamente el Agropecuario am-
pliar sus actividades en mate-
ria de arroz y contempla ad-
quirir una reserva de arroz en
cascara para el ao venidero.
Durante la semana pasada se
registraron en la aduana de
Arraijn 819 quintales de arroz
hacia Panam, cantidad aue no
llen las necesidades calcula-
das en 2,500 quintales sema-
nales.
Qu delite cometi, para que lo condenaran "al cementerio
de los hombres vivos", de donde nadie ha logrado escapar? Fue-
ron su honradec, su caballerosidad, sus tiernos y bondadosos sen-
timientos, los causantes de que se viera arrastrado entre crimi-
nales, en la mis terrible prisin?. Ningn delito cometi, y, sin j
embargo, se confes autor de un crimen para que lo llevasen a
"LAS ISLAS MARIAS".
He aqu algunos aspectos del argumento de la gran pelcula
que estrena hoy el Teatro ELDORADO, protagonisada por Pedro .
Infante, y por la nueva estrella del firmamento azteca, Roci Sa-
gan, con cuya actuacin nos permite augurar nuevos xitos en
su carrera.
"LAS ISLAS MARIAS", es una de las mis costosas, y logra-
das producciones mexicanas, y, cabe esperar que el pblico, como
siempre, compensara los esfuerzos realizados por los productores,
asistiendo a las exhibiciones de tan meritorio film.
La BRANIFF instalar nueva
oficina en el vestbulo de
el nuevo Hotel "El Panam''
La Braniff International Air-
ways anuncia la apertura de
una nueva oficina en el vest-
bula del nuevo y elegante hotel
El Panam, la cual comenzar
a servir al pblico desde el dia
de hoy, 12 de julio de 1951.
Esta oficina permanecer a-
bierta desde las nueve de la
maana hasta las seis de la
tarde, cerrando nicamente du-
rante la hora de almuerzo, o
sea entre 1 y 2 y media de
la tarde. Los telfonos son: di-
recto 3-4726 y llamando al ho-
tel. 3-1060, la extensin No. 130.
Entrevistado el seor William
E. G. Taylor, gerente interino
de Braniff en Panam, nos ma-
nifest lo siguiente: "La com-
paa que represento ha dis-
puesto establecer esta nueva
oficina, adems de la que ac-
tualmente tenemos en la Ave-
nida Tvoll No. 18. a fin de
brindar a todos los pasajeros
que se hospedan en el mag-
nfico hotel El Panam las fa-
cilidades del caso para hacer
sus reservaciones y obtener
cualquier dato que necesiten a-
cerca de la salida y llegada de
nuestros aviones".
"La Braniff International Air-
ways", continu el seor Tay-
lor, "opera cinco vuelos sema-
nales en ambas direcciones por
el moderno aeropuerto nacional
de Tocumen y ofrece la ven-
taja de ser la nica linea quo
pasa por Panam que wieJa di-
rectamente at Lt Habana, Cu-
ba. Es adems la nica lnea,1
area que viaja a la Amrica,
Latina que lo hace tambin.1'
dentro de los Estados, Unidos, i
Nuestros vuelos llegan directa-,;
mente a ciudades del Oeste-,'
Central de los Estados Unidos,
tan importantes como Houston.,,
Dallas, Oklahoma City, Kansa*,;
City, Chicago, Denver, Mem-,-
phis, etc".
"En la Amrica Latina", nos
adicion el Gerente de Braniff,,
"nuestra compaa sirve a La,
Habana, Panam, Guayaquil,'
Lima. Rio de Janeiro, La Paz.
Asuncin y Buenps Aires, en
vuelos directos, sin necesidad de
hacer cambias de aviones".
Li oficina principal d Bra-
niff International Alrwavs en
Panam, como dijimos anterior-
mente, est situada en la Ave-
nida Tivoli No. 18, frente a la
Escuela de Ancn y sus tel-
fonos son loa siguientes: Reser-
vaciones: 2-0729 2-2729 Car-
ga: 2-2462. Gerencia: 2-2102.
HOY HNSCI0Ht ESTRENO
*

*
CREACIN de
PEDRO UNTANTE
i *t-

DEBUT DE LA ESTRELLITA
ROCO sagaon
*
QU DELITO COMETI PARA CONDENARLE AL
CEMENTERIO DE LOS HOMBRES VIVOS?
Escenas inquietantes tomadas en la terrible prisin de
donde nadie ha logrado escapar...!
*
Uno Super Produccin que Enaltecer a lo Cinematografa Mexicana!...


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JVrVF.S. JULIO 1?. HSl
El PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!
PAGINA SIET1'
HOY!
UN ESTRENO
INOLVIDABLE!
PRESIDENTE
CON AIRi ACONDICIONADA
BELLEZA! ROMANCE! PASIN
8US PENSAMIENTOS... SUS PALA-
BRAS... AVIVARON EL FUEGO PA-
SIONAL EN QUE AMBOS SE ABRA-
ZARON...!
Nuestro Delito Tiene Nombre
T Mismo to Llamaste Amor!
* DOLORES DEL RIO
JORGE MISTRAL
'IfUl ''.-i-*
Y II Y VIERNES IS
L v A A las 11 p.m.
TEATRO CECILIA
SBADO A lis 11 p.m.
A MEDIANOCHE
Poda ver la pelcula de
ms angustiosa actuali-
dad! La verdad sobre el
trfico de drogas que ml-
' na la juventud de Amri-
ca!... Un problema de vital
Importancia, dicho en for-
ma desnuda!...
"SUEO
INFERNAL"
TODAY S MOffAfc
MENACE!..
DtlISfi ami OF TM Dhll Mlfi
TIAFFK IN R.NMISHOOf ItS' m<
pidos'as ii luanxisis -
DESEADA
con ANABEL
JOS BAVIERA
A. SOTO RANGEL
El "Aviso Oportuno9'
"El Mercado Sin Igual"
Es Barato y Efeetim
.iNCANT
3ra. ELIMINACIN!
MAANA
A LAS 8:00 P. M.
DEL GRAN
CONCURSO DE
MAMBOS Y BOLEROS
CON EL RESPALDO MUSICAL DE
ARMANDO BOZA Y SU ORQUESTA
ACTUACIN ESPECIAL
RAl LAPORTE
Y SU ORQUESTA "MELODAS DEL PLATA"
Animador': OLINDO GUARAGNA
Colaborador; EL BUCHI "ARISTOBULO"
EL CLUB RIALTO (El Club de Las Estrellas)
contratar a la Pareja Ganadora de este Concurso.
Aire Acondicionado
IfflfIMflrt H O Y -
.1:30 3:2* 5:15 7:06 9 p.m.
LAURA HIDALGO
la bellesa suprema del cine argentino, realca con su her-
moiura la sensacional pelcula humorstica, un verdade-
ro impacto de risa.....
CINCO GftftMOft
~ CHICA

BUtM
*f AtL caaar
maw wcftat. _
mmn cmim -nain
Htm ill mu ciipii
mu iiiiiii nun tiiiiii
,....... iiti'iiiiiVi
SSWT0 (KM mttioni
SI UD. NO SE RE A MANDBULA BATIENTE. SI UD.
NO HACE DE LOS 5 GRANDES DEL BUEN HUMOR SUS
ARTISTAS CMICOS FAVORITOS,
VAYA A VER AL MEDICO!
Alan LADD Monn FREEMAN, en
"EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
- En Tecnicolor 1
Y EL DOCUMENTAL
"UN AO EN COREA"
flfLLA VISTA y TROPICAL Simultneomente!
ACLAMADA COMO LA MEJOR
PELCULA de guerra de
TODOS LOS TIEMPOS!
La vibrante historia da
loa vallentaa que desem-
barcando en Normandla a
Sangre y Fuego alcanza-
ron la victoria final I
David BRIAN John AGAR
.-'rank Lovejoy Suzanne
ABRINDOSE
PASO"
TEATRO, LUX
Jane FaMell y Ricardo Montalbaii
ta
"Dos Semanas de Amor"
(EN TECNICOLOR)
El Romance de Todoa Loa Tiempo.-.!
VARIEDADES
LAURA HIDALGO
CECILIA
UN DOBLE DE ESTRENOS!
John Carrol, en
La ms bella ac-
triz del cine ar-
genlino y "Los 5
Grandes del Buen
Humor" en un
Comedia Musical
despampanan tr> I
"CINCO GRANDES Y
UNA CHICA"
.
.X
"ANGELES
SIN ALMA"
Adems:
"LA.SELVA
RUGE"
uran aventura en la Selva!
Y el Corto "EL MISTERIO DK
LOS PLATILLOS VOLADORES '
vjn
TEATRO ENCANTO
Al Acondicionado
A LAS 9:00 P M. WAHOO!
B. 115.00 en Premios!
Leo Gorcey, en
"LA PANDILLA VA
AL BOXEO"
- y
"EL TESORO del VOLCAN"
JEATRO TIVOLI
Alan Ladd, en
"Grandezas Que Matan"
- y.-
"EL VIRGINIANO"
TEATRO IRIS
Ron Carmina, en
"ESPOSA O AMANTE"
- y
QUE IDIOTA SON LOS
HOMBRES"
HJSPANO
Dennis Morgan, en
"EL VENCEDOR"
- y -
"Sennlia^D^aarania"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
NOCHE DE BANCO!
B 200.00 para el Pblico!
A LAS IVIPII.
Adems: Lola Calhern. tn
"HOMBRE DEL PUEBLO"
- y -
"LA HIJA DE TODOS"
TEATRO EDISON
DA DE BANCO!
"DOS MUJERES" y
"EL DESTINO ME
____CONDENA"
TEATRO VICTORIA
Ruth Roman, en
"COLT .45"
y David Brian, en
"EL LADRN FANTASMA
VISTERMOSA
Edmond O'Brien, en
"AL FILO DE LA VIDA"
- y -
RASTRO SINIESTRO '
MuHCO
Brbara Stanwyck
p en -
"AL FILO DE LA
NOCHE"
"UNION PACIFICO"
U t A l
| Arturo de Cordova, an]
"Algo Plata Sobre
El Agua"
- y -
"SOY Y SOMBRA"
APOLO
"LA LOCURA DE
DON JUAN"
El. MEDICO DE
LAS LOCAS"
ROOSEVELT
"LA MUERTE SE DIVIERTE" y
"LA HIJA DEL IORAJIDO"
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
HOY JUEVES
3:30 Don Quaker o
cortesa de Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
4:00 Noticiero Perelra
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula. El Hombre
Vampiro
dramati/.acln RPA
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Vajds
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatlzacln RPA
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
con Flavlo Garca, acom-
paa L. Muoz. Cortesa
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
Cort. de Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:31 Pginas de Amor
dramatlzacln. cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 I.a Vos Emocional
de Betty Williamson
8:10 El Diarlo de una Mujer
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Almacenes La Aurora
8:15 Dos canciones y un poema
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Canta Rise Stevens
8:45 Mxico y su msica
:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatlzacln, cortesa de
Casa Angelini
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
do Soils y Gmez
Cort. del Bazar.Panam
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
14:00 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
10:30 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabra!
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA VIERNES
A.M. ;
6:00 Buenos das
6:63 Almanaque de la________
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La Discoteca
Internacional
8:31 Hablan tos astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
10:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La Novela Matinal
______Marianela _____
11:30 Cuba su msica y
sus compositores
11:45 Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Sernala espaola
P.M.....
12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
1:00 Noticiero deportivo .1
Guillermo Rolla
1:15 Boleros de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Noticias
2:05 Orquestas de saln
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland
Cort. El guila Imperial
2:45 Su Novela Favorita
Entre Naranjos
cortesa ci- Kel-.ix____
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- Adems: -
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Aclamad como la mejor
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Dejar una brecha en cada
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Despertar al amor en medio
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2
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PAO'"* CHO
1. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
jtjeves, JTJLIO n, m
Deciden Supremaca Hoy Un Luchador y Un Boxeador
Tom Posesin ayer la Directiva de la Asociacin de Jinetes
Ofrecemos aqu el momento en que el nuevo Presidente de la Asociacin Nacional de Jinetes
de Juan Franco, lioberto "Bobby" Keid (izquierda), recibe del Presidente saliente, Osvaldo
"Vallo" Chanls (derecha), el mando de la entilad, en el acto que se efectu ayer en el Club-
, house del Hipdromo, y el cual result muy a.limado e interesante, asistiendo la eran mayo-
ra de los asociados asi como varios invitados, como puede apreciarse en la vista, encontrn-
dose en el extremo izquierdo (sentado), nuestro redactor de la columna "Deporte de los Re-
yes", H. Alzamora. ______ _____ _______ ''_____________
La Justa De Ftbol Del mfl
. r t ii~ ; es el juego de hoy en
Artes Se inaugura Mnna ei base de Barraza
Maana se inauguran las Cum,
pe.encias de ftbol de la Escuc-
la de Arles y ti.ic>o.. c 1 roRi-ama de tres partidos en |
el cuadro del plantel los cuales
estarn a cargo de los equipos:
I Refrigeracin vs Dep. Flora
Calesoria Mediana
230 pi".
! Ver; uz vs .Mueblera Tun
y
M; or Riley vs Dcp. Arroye
Del Circuito Mayor
Las competencias comprende-
rn tres Categoras, Mayor, Me-
diana y Menor con un total de
41 equipos, correspondindole
ocho al circuito mayor, 18 a los
med"nos y 15 en la categorii
men> .
lin acrarlivo programa se h>
preparado para este Importante
acto dep itivo, que comenzar
a las 2 y 30 de Ir tarde con e
si ; II ir n le mili 11 :
1Ben 'cin del Cuadro de
Ftbol por el Rdo. Padre Ofl-
cialdegui, ex-profesor del Plan-
tel.
'iDesfile de los equipos par-
ticipantes.
3Izada de la Bandera por
el Director del Colegio, Ing.
. raes to I Argute a los acorde:.
ce la Banda de Cornetas y
'tambores del plantel.
4Partido Inaugural entre
los oncenos Dep. Flora vs Re-
frigeracin. El seor Ministro
de Obras Pblicas, Ingeniero
Norberto Navarro, dar el saque
inicial.
Distinguidas personalidades
destacados deportistas y cono-
cidos redactores y locutores de-
portivos han sido invitados a
esta inauguracin.
Mueca y Ortega conlinan como delegados
por Cocl y Panam en la Fed. de Bisbol
Por H. IVALDI J. i
La Federacin Nacional de
Easeal Amateur en su reu-
nin de anoche recibi los nom
bram.ciuo.. para federados de
Joaqun A. Ortega como prin-
cipal y nuestro compaero de
plana Ramn Gil Prez suplen-
te y la de Arturo Mueca actual!
Presidente, para que continen
E Deportista A.
Chong Se Refiere
Ai Gim. De Antn
i .ir ALBERTO CHONG
Por medio de estas colum-1
as me dirijo al seor Andrs
E Cantillo M. con motivo de
su artculo publcalo en estas
pginas respecto a la Adminis-1
tracin del Gimnasio Popular j
de Antn. Cierto es que pbli-
camente pedi la Administracin
del Gimnasio de este lugar sin
costarle al fisco nacional ni
municipal ni un centavo Pero
k> hice como un deportista dis-
puesto a cooperar con el buen
mantenimiento de dicho coli-
seo, pero ya que el Club Social
y Deportivo Antonero, institu-
cin comuuesta por deportistas
de este lugar del cual soy su
eecrelarlo de prensa y propa-
ganda pide la Adminis'racin
del Gimnasio, yo lo que hago
es defender los derechos del
Club por que estoy seguro (tue
ci Gimnasio bajo la Adminis-
tracin de un Club Social no
perder su prestigio.
Estoy seguro que el Gimnasio
bajo la Administracin del Club
podra desarrollar un plan que
l mismo daria sus rentas pa-
ra hacerle frente a cualquier
dificultad que se le presente.
Los artculos publicados por
mi referente a los anhelos del
Club, lo hago por que soy rl
llamado a defender los intere-
ses del club como su propan-
gandista. ya que no es el deseo
del Club sino del pueblo depor-
tivo antonero.
Antn, Julio 10 de 1951.
representando a las Provincias
de Panam y Cocl respectiva-
mente. Ortega e Mueca fueron
reelectos como tales por las 2
Ligas Provinciales, debido a
sus buenas actuaciones dentro
de la F.N.B.A.
El Tesorero Gofredo A. Grl-
maldo V., present a la consi-
deracin de los ederados un
largo e Interesante Informe de
Tesorera, en el cual d los in-
gresos y ingresos de la mxima
entidad del Base aficionado,
tambin los gastos que ocasio-
n el envo de nuestra Selec-
cin a Managua con motivo de
la XI Serie de Baseball, de la
celebracin del Campeonato Na
cional en Chltr y gastos me-
nudos; al final dl el Saldo de
Caja que asciende a la suma de
B.361.49 depositados en el Ban-
co Nacional de Panama; este
informe fu aprobado sin modi-
ficacin.
Para la prxima sesin se
pospuso le eleccin de la nueva
mesa directiva que regular los
destinos de la Fed. tuvo que
ser pospuesta por la Inasistencia
los destinos de la Federacin
de los federados Roy de Chlri-
qu. Arturo Del Valle de San
Blas y los nombramientos de
los Federados de Coln. Herre-
ra y Veraguas.
Las Ligas Provinciales de
Cocl y Panam recomendaron
sus Preselecciones en carta en-
viada a la Federacin y en lu- j
?ar aparte damos los nombres
de los Preseleccionados.
Amrlco Edmundo Botello.!
envi un. nota en la cual soli- I
citaba que fuera rehabilitado
como pelotero aficionado, sien-
do negada su solicitud por e!
siguiente artculo:
"El que a sabien as compile
con o contra profesionales se-
r considerado profesional".
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de Barraza
G. P. PJe.
Canad ........... 3 1 .750
Dep. in a v .........3 2 .00
Mendoza .............. 2 2 .500
Dep. Crespo .......2 2 .500
I Miranda ............ 2 3 .500
l.ep. Vallarinii ____. 1 3 .250
Los conjuntos Deportivo Cres-
po y M'randa se enfrentan es-
ta tarde en juego del Campeo-
nato de Baseball de la Liga de
Barraza en el cuadro del mismo
nombre.
El Crespo busca hoy empatar
al Gray el segundo lugar mien-
tras el Miranda luchar para
alejarse del grupo de retaguar-
dia y mejorar.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
DEP. CALLE COLON
Pide a los miembros de*-equi-
po de Softball la asistencia a
una reunin esta tarde en el
campo Amador Guerrero, fren-
| te al Cuartel Central de Bom-
! beros.
Se e carece la puntual asls-
| tencla de los seores Vicente
i Daz, Capitn de dicho equipo,
I Efrain Saiazar, Emilio Meja,
I Ricardo Caldern, Silvio Vs-
I quez Jr., Eduardo Caldern, An-
I drs Ubills, Leonardo Garrido,
Heracllo Luzcando, Jorge Liguas
| A. Mullton Lpez, Alejandro
Avendao Jr. y Alfredo McKen-
sle.
El Director.
Antenor Ubills G.
Toman posesin hoy
los Directores del
Deporte Universitario
Esta tarde toma posesin a
Directiva de la Asociacin De-
portiva de la Universidad de
Panam con un acto que tendr
lugar en el Paraninfo de dicho
centro de Estudios a las 6 p.m.
El Rector de la Universidad,
doctor Octavio Mndez Percira,
juramentar a los directores de
la Asociacin, que son Licenc:a-
ao Gilberto Valds B., Secreta-
do General; Jeremas Herrera.
Subsecretario General; Julio
yuezada, Secretario de Finan-
leu; Mara I. Morales, Secretaba
ae Actas y Correspondencia;
I Vocales. Rodrigo L. Baruco, Nor
ma Williams y Csar Luna.
f
SE AVISA AL PUBLICO
que con autorizacin del Patronato de Juegos la rifa del
Chalet Guadalupano a beneficio del Santuario Nacional
de Nuestra Seora de Guadalupe que deba celebrarse el
15 de Julio ha sirio pospuesta para el Domingo 30 de
Feptiembre de 1951.
Se nieta a las personas que tienen libretas que
rindan cuenta semanalmenle a doa Ana Matilde Li-
nares de Arias.
Principia maana
torneo de ajedrez
en la Soc. Cubana
Maana viernes se dar co-
mienzo al torneo "Escalera" de
ajedrez, segn ha anunciado la
Comisin de Cultura y Depor-
tes de la Sociedad Cubana de
Panam.
La iniciacin de este torneo
se nos ha informado ser a las
ocho de la noche y se espera
que todos los socios inscritos
asistan.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Forma parte del atractivo programa
de boxeo amateur que se presenta
esta noche en el Gimnasio Nacional
Un magnifico programa ofre-
ce esta noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional, la Comisin de Bo-
xeo Amat.ur, que comprende
una cartilla de cinco atractivas
peleas y el esperado y comen-
tado encuentro entre un lucha-
dor y un boxeador.
La vieja disputa entre quien
es mejor, si un boxeador o un
luchador, la resolvern esia
noche dos conocidos atletas de
nuestro deporte, y son el lucha-
dor Gerardo Jimnez", campen
bolivarlano y Centroamericano
de las 145 libras, y el pgil Ru-
perto Brown, ex-campen ama-
teur y actualmente en el pro-
fesionalismo.
Adems en el Programa de
Boxeo actuarn destacadas fi-
guras de esta actividad, como
el Campen Beau Jack II, Shuw
Callender, etc., y las peleas
arregladas son:
Toti Elias vs Beau Jack II
105 libras
Manuel Portillo vs P. Howard
114 libras
Tony Shaw vs Joselito Graffin
118 libras
Juan Moreno vs E. Torreglosa
120 libras
NUEVO GIMNASIO DEL INSTITUTO PAN-AMERICANO
K. Callender vs Tito Alguero
147 libras
Sustituto: Jess Ramos.
La entrada costar nica-
mente B.0.25 y se repartirn
premios a los boxeadores y al
pblico, donados por varias ca-
sas come'cales que estn coo-
perando en forma amplia y
decidida con el Boxeo Ama-
teur.
Daar, Chester y C. Vieja partieron con
ventaja en la Za. vuelta del basketball
Por BETO TEJADA
Chesterfield, Daar y Carta
Vieja, salieron con ventaja en
la apertura de la segunda vuel-
ta del basketball Mayor, al
triunfar anoche en el Gimnasio
Nacional.
En el primer encuentro el
Chesterfield, super ampliamen
te al Mauricio por 72 a 44, pa-
ra aumentar su posibilidad al
ttulo de Campen y de ser el
equipo que ms Juegos gane
en una temporada. Nando Tom
con 17 puntos, Williams con 16,
Santos con 13 y Frazer con 11
fueron los mximos anotadores
de los ganadores, mientras que.
Brady y Sonell lograban 10
puntos cada uno para el Mau-
ricio.
En el segundo Juego corres-
pondiente a las damas el Daar
le gan en fuerte atropellada
al Crdenas por 31 a 27 en un
reido partido. Hombone Espi-
nosa con i puntos y Mllda
Perlgault con 7 fueron las ma-
yores anotadoras por su equipo,
destacndose-por las derrotadas
Brunilda Coper de Hoagan con
10 puntos y Benitez y Melba
Checa con 6 puntos cada una.
En el ltimo encuentro de la
noche el Carta Vieja vino de
atrs para arrebatarle en el
ltimo segundo de Juego el
triunfo al Bam por 81 a 60.
Guillermo Qulroga fu la "es-
trella" de los licoreros con 22
puntos, siguiendo John Ander-
son con 14 y Roberto Lulf, con
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alzamora
La toma de posesin de la
nueva directiva de la Sociedad
Nacional de Jinetes fu un ac-
to de compaerismo hpico, ya
que asistieron a est reunin
ms de 50 personas. Entre los
invitados se encontraban los
conocidos dueos de caballos
don Jos Bellone, Osear Ghlttls,
el periodista de la pgina In-
glesa de La Nacin Chino Wi-
lliams, el fotgrafo del hip-
dromo Marcelo Narbona, el Jo-
ven Eusebio Guerrero el ot-
g r a f o de nuestro peridico
Dony y muchos ms que se
nos escapan de la mente.
Vicente Ortega quien tuvo
seria caida en el Clsico 4 de
Julio con el caballo Main Road,
sall ayer tarde de la Clnica
San Fernando.
Nos gustara que el cuerpo de
Comisarios nos dijera por qu
no han dado su fallo definiti-
vo en el caso de Cuto Jarami-
llo, ya que Catalino Iglesias se
encuentra a segunda orden
hasta que duren las investiga-
ciones correspondientes. De es-
to hace casi un mes, y como
recuerdan el Juer de Rata de
los Siete Forlongs seor Aldre-
le, manifest ante dicho cuerpo
de Comisarios que Iglesias na-
da tuvo en este accidente; no
nos explicamos entonces para
qu hay Jueces de ruta ya fue
su palabra no se la toman en
cuenta para ninguna Investiga-
cin en estos casos. Es hora ya
de que todas estas anomalas
que tanto perjucio le causan a
nuestra hpica vayan desapa-
reciendo para el bien de la
misma.
En la reunin celebrada ano-
che por la Sociedad Nacional
de Dueos de Caballos, se
nombr una Comisin de cuatro
personas para que asistan ma-
ana viernes al Patronato U*
Juegos y las personas nombra-
das son: Jos Mara Quintero,
Jos Ballone, Osear Ghittia y
Tito Neuman. Tratarn sobre
el mal estado de la cancha, .a
necesidad de un veterinario y
en especial sobre el handlca-
per.
11, mientras que. por el Bain
los mejores fueron Carlos "Ti-
to" Cells con 26 puntos, Cuty
Jan con 12 y Echeverra con
8.
La Justa continuar el Sba-
do en el Gimnasio Nacional con
los Juegos entre los equipos
Upper 18 y Malta Vigor
en la rama femenina, chocan-
do en la mayor masculina
Madurito y Chesterfield
Estudiante Universitario: Re-
cuerda que la Unin hace
la Faena. Inscribite en la
Asociacin Deportiva Uni-
versitaria (A.D.l'.P.)
(Continuacin)
No nos explicamos el por qu
d tantos comentarios por una
opinin como la nuestra; pero
es el caso que por opinar en
esa fann nos hemos visto tan
enredados, que no sabemos, si
somos estudiante Universitario
o si es que no tenemos derecho
a opinar algo. Nuestra humil-
de opinin como ciudadano y
como estudiante de nuestra
Universidad, nos lleva a la con-
clusin de que la Universidad
es una pequea democracia, y
que no debe tratar de llevarse
al estudiante a un atolladero
sino encauzarlo en tal forma
que sea til a la Sociedad y a
la patria. Entonces... hemos
conseguido algo para medio en-
derezar a este querido Pana-
m; tambin debemos recordur
y tener presente que los que
van a la Universidad no son
pberes sino adultos deseosos
de aprender. Dijimos que nos
hemos visto tan enredados por-
que ya hasta la libertad de
pensar la estamos perdiendo en
este pas. Se nos ha relegado
a segundo plano y hasta que
se nos est haciendo un vacio.
Esto sin duda tiene su por qu:
la Asociacin Deportiva de la
Universidad encierra todo el
mal. Esto lo hemos comproba-
do con el caso del estudiante
Agaplto Hernndez, amigo per-
sonal nuestro, quien es estu-
diante graduado del curso de
Asistencia Social y quin fu
a ocuparnos como amigo y co-
mo persona conocedora del de-
porte que l necesitaba para la
escuela Vocaclonal y Correccio-
nal. Como a l se le haba di-
cho que no nos ocupara sino
a los de cuarto ao, nos vimos
privado d" ayudarlo que era 'o
que el Joven mencionado espe-
raba de nosotros. Para quitar-
nos ese peso de encima, quere-
mos avisar por este medio que
esa asociacin no es de uno ni
de otro sino para todos los es-
tudiantes Universitarios (damas
y caballeros) que tengan Inte-
rs en algn deporte. Esta so-
ciedad fu fundada por los
estudiantes y para los estudian-
tes de todas las Facultades, y
fu en su propio teo donde se
discuti y aprob el pliego que
deba llevarse al Rector. Noso-
tros hemos intervenido como
parte integrt.nte de la comisin
mencionada, y no creemos por
esto ser enemigo de ninguno;
todo lo contrario, trabajamos
por la Universidad.
La .primera piedra del moderno gimnasio que ha de construir el Instituto Pan-Americano,
fu colocada ayer en una impresionante ceremonia, como culminacin de las festividades de
dicho plantel. El nueve "gimnasio-auditorio" aera terminado a tiempo para su uso desde el
prximo ao escolar y tendr tres cuadros para baloncesto y volibol; gradas para mil espec-
tadores, vestuario para 200 alumnos, oficinas, lavandera, carpintera y bodegas. El nueve
gimnasio podr ser empleado como aula mxima, acomodando 1,500 personas y su amplia
tarima, 150 personas mas. La construccin del gimnasio del "1PA" consulta todas las como-
didades modernas y ha sido recibido con beneplcito por los alumnos de dicho plantel, quie-
nes podran combinar el estudio con el deporte para demostrar la veracidad del vicio ada-
gio "mens sana in corpore sane".
Ricardo Beauregard
actuar en torneo de
natacin en Berln
Ricardo Beauregard el des-
tacado nadador colegial, sall
en el barco de la linea italia-
na "Usodimare", rumbo a Ber-
ln para participar en el III
Festival Deportivo que se cele-
brar en la capital alemana
del 5 al 19 de Agosto.
Beauregard en unin de Ted-
dy E. Robinson y Jaime De
Len fueron escogidos por la
Federacin de Estudiantes para
asistir a este acontecimiento
deportivo mundial; los dos l-
timos participarn en un Con-
greso Estudiantil. Numerosos
pases enviarn sus Delegados
a dicho Certamen.
Harn escala en Genova y de
all saldrn en ferrocarril ha-
cia Berln, esperando estar de
regreso a fines del prximo
mes.
Es indudable la beneficiosa
repercusin que tendr la asis-
tencia de estos estudiantes a
Berln para el futuro de nues-
tra actividades deportivas cole-
giales, ya que ello representa-
r un aliciente de extraordina-
ria importancia para todos los
atletas estudiantiles. >
Rebeldes, Pelimex y
Sota mejoraron opcin
en el basket menor
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Basketball Menor
Circuito Masculino
Grupo "Gringo de la Guardia"
G. P. Pje.
ptica Sosa ....... 6 t 1.000
Fuerza y Lu ........ 5 ff l.M
Pelimex ........... 3 2 .600
Dep. Alemn .......3 2 .600
Rebeldes ..........2 3 .400
Ciela Gonzles .... t 3 .400
Dep. Pern ........ 1 3 .250
fuerte 15 ............ V 4 .000
Orion .............. 4 .NO
El ptica Sosa mantuvo su
invicto, el Pelimex empat el
tercer puesto y loa Rebeldes
mejoraron colocacin, con sus
respectivas victorias del martes
pasado en los Juegos que ofre-
ci el Grupo "Gringo de la
Guardia" del Campeonato mas-
culino de Basketball de Segun-
da Categora de la Liga Pro-
vincial de Panam.
Los pticos derrotaron al Ce-
la Gonzlez por 40 a 25, y de
paso se aseguraron su partici-
pacin en la Serie Pial.
El Pelimex con una efectiva
reaccin en los dos ltimos
tiempos se impuso al Deportivo
Alemn por 43 a 34.
Los Rebeldes dejaron el gru-
po de retaguardia con su triun-
fo sobre el Deportivo Pern por
43 a 28.
En el grupo "Che Villalobos"
el Deportivo Eleta marcha en
el comando, y en el segundo
lugar estn empatados Barcelo-
na y Bam Jr.
Maana viernes en la noche
eh el Gimnasio Nacional con-
tinuar la Justa con los juegos
Madurito vs Panamericana y
Rodelag vs Parque Lefevre del
grupo Che Vlllalabos, y Orion
vs Rebeldes del grupo Gringo
de la Guardia.
Con Gran Entusiasmo Comienza
Maana Torneo De Basket En Antn
ANTON, Julio 12 (Corresponsal Chong).Maana se
inaugurar el torneo de baloncesto de este pueblo eon I
participacin de tres equilibrados equipos que se han pre-
parado con sumo esmero para brindar una de las tem-
poradas ms exitosas.
Los quintetos inscritos en este torneo son: el Lollto
Patino, Ingeniero Regis y Dep. Estacin.
Inaugurarn el torneo los equipos Lolito Patino vs.
Ingeniero Regs, mientras que el Deportivo Estacin se
enfrentar en partido amistoso con el quinteto "PRI", de
Penonom, que brinda asi su colaboracin a la apertura
de este campeonato.
Cocl y Panam enviaron los nombres de sus
jugadores para el Preseleccionado de Base
* Per 8. H. IVALDI J
Las Ligas Provinciales de Co-
cl y Panam enviaron a la
consideracin de la Federacin
los nombres de los siguientes
jugadores para que formen par
te de la Preseleccln Nacional
de Baseball de donde ser es-
cogida la Seleccin que nos
representar en Mxico con
motivo de la XII Serle Mundial
de Baseball Amateur.
De Cocl
Alfredo Rosales, Calazn Her
nridez y Rugiere jDel^ Valle,
los tres lanzadores.
Panam.
Dionisio Salinas, Encarnacin
Aguilar, Flix Larrinaga, Jos
I. Prez Esteban Valencia, Cla-
rence Gonzlez, Catalino Gon-
zlez y Rola do Hostln. lanza-
dores; Marcos, Cobos, Icn Ra-
mos. Enrique Prez, John ParrJa
y Flix Urea receptores.
Jos Urea, Ernesto Escalan-
te y Guillermo Harper Inicia-
listas. Humberto Tejada, Anto-
Nuevamente Azteca y
Granillo empataron
en la justa de S. Rita
Con un reido duelo de ser-
pentinas entre Jos Bazn e
Isidoro Celestino, las novenas
Azteca y Granillo empataron
a una carrera anteayer en el
Estadio Olmpico en la conti-
nuacin del Circuito Mayor del
Baseball de Santa Rita; esta es
la segunda vez que empatan;
la primera fu en la Inaugu-
racin de la Justa.
Durante 3 actos el partido se
encontr sin anotacin; en el
4o. los indios del Azteca apro-
vecharon pecado de) tercer sa-
qulsta Scantlebury y doble de
C. C. Castillo a la pradera de-
recha para pisar el home; en el
5o. el Granillo empat al ano-
tar Scantlebury.
En los actos siguientes los
lanzadorcr siguieron su duelo
sin cuartel, para no permitir
ms anotaciones.
La anotacin condensada fu:
C. H. E.
Deportivo Azteca 12 2
Deportivo Granillo 12 3
cmo SUAVIZA y
PROTEGE la piel
del BEBE!
tlANDE 35* rtOMO Be-
nin Gordon, Arturo Barker, Jo-
s del c. Murillo, y Francisco
Castillo, camareros.
Leonardo Cumberbatch, An-
bal Molina y Jorge Thompson
an tesa lis tas.
Harmodlo Mariscal, Eugenio
Hauradou, Norman Bucanan y
Luis Sanjur torpederos.
Felipe Malcom, Pablo Pabilo,
Toms McKay, Milton Scantle-
bury e Ibaldo Delllser.
Contra el Azteca
jugar maana el
Frente P. en base
El calendarlo regular del Cir-
cuito Mayor de la Liga de Base
de Santa Rita, presentar ma-
ana en el Estadio Olmpico a
las 4.00 p.m. un Interesante
match donde los punteros del
Azteca exponen su invicto fren
te a los Patriotas.
Los Indios Invadirn la gra-
ma con su fuerte escuadra pa-
ra lograr la victoria que le re-
presenta conservar la punta
del torneo; en la primera oca-
sin que se midieron con el
Frente, lograron una apretada
victoria por pizarra de 9-8 por
falta de sus mejores Jugadores;
por su parte el Frente est dis-
puesto a salir de perdedores, y
de presentarse con buena direc-
cin y toda su batera ser un
escollo duro para las aspira-
clones de los Aztecas, que ten-
drn que relucir todos sus co-
nocimientos para consolidar su
ventajosa posicin.
El director del frente no ha
anunciado su lanzador abridor
por sostener en el da (le hoy
en el Estadio Olmpico juego
contra los Dragones, Silvestre
Barnett ser el escogido de los
Indios para los envos.
NUEVO DESCUBRIMIENTO
BRINDA MEJORES
AFEITADAS...
ayuda a consarvar la apariencia
sum y juvenil del rostro
Estudios y experimentos de aos
han perfeccionado por fin uno
nueva y maravillosa crema da)
afeitar que le permite afeitadas a ra#
de piel ma ntidas que nuncay le
ayuda a conservar el aspecto juvenil
de su rostro.
Se trata de la Nueva Crema de
Afeitar Willie mi que contiene Ex-
tracto de Lanolinareciente descu-
brimiento mdico con mayores
propiedades "benficas" para la piel
que la lanolina corriente. El Extract*
de lanolina le lefieeca al restiro a la
ves que ae afeita. Conforta la pial
... la deja mi suave.
S4lo n WlttlAMS
Ahoracada vez que usted ee afeita
con la Nueva Crema da Afeitar
Williams disfruta de este mar villoae
ubetanda ... y ademas obtiene una
afeitada ms suave, mis fcil. Uae
William, la nica crema de afeitar
fue contiene Extracto de Lanolina*


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