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 DDEPEND
DAILY NEWSPAPI
Panama American
Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
ScaarmtisV.fi.
CANADIAN WHISKY J

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1951
FIVE CHITS
(VS. Air Force photo by NEA Radio-Telephoto)
THE FIGHT GOES ON Bitter fighting contl nuea on the Korean front. even at negotiator!
work to reach a cease-fire agreement. Here four UN soldiers carry a wounded buddy to a
landing helicopter-ambulance of the 3rd Air Rescue Squad. The flying ambulance will take
the man to a rear area hospital. ,_______________________-
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
I WHISPERED CONFERENCE Gen. Matthew Rldgway (right!
whispers some last-minute Instructions to Vice Adm. C. Tur-
ner Joy. chief of the UN cease-fire negotiators at the Im-
jin River camp. Joy. hen boarded a helicopter for the flight
to Kaesong, where the UN team met with the Communist
negotiators.
(NEA Telephoto)
MARCH OF SHRINE Glamorous in red, green and yellow
costumes, some of the 16,000 Shrlners parading In New York
march down Fifth Avenue. It was the first time In 05 years
the Shrmers hj#>held their annual convention In New York.
Lock Employes Turn
Their Tax-Fighting
FundOvecToCLU
The sum of $NM7 which was
collected from te Lock employes
and individual ^nations to fin-
ance the fight against retro-
active as well Income tax le-
gislation has bien turned over
to the Centra] Labor Union by
the Lock Employes' Association.
The money was left In the le-
gislative fund of the Lock Asso-
ciation and was collected dur-
ing the period when Charles F.
Wahl was in Washington as re-
presentative lor the Locks group
The entire amount was for-
arded to E. W. Hatchett. secre-
of the Central Labor Union.
VS
Cris. Port Captain
To Leave Jury 24
Captain Robert S. Fahle, Port
Captain at Cristobal, is schedul-
ed to leave the Isthmus July 24
accompanied by his wife and
their three children.
He will be replaced as Port
Captain by Captain William 8.
Parsons who Is scheduled to ar-
rive on the Isthmus Monday
from New Orleans.
Captain Fahle has been reas-
signed to the 13th Naval District
at Seattle, where he will serve
as District Intelligence Officer.
Guardsmen Rout
Mob Protesting
Negro Tenancy
CHICAGO, July 13, (UP)
Steel helmeted national guards-
men used bayonets and tear gas
early today to disperse a crowd
of 6.000 persons who threw fire-
brands and rocks Into a suburban
Cicero apartment house where a
Negro family planned to move In.
Militiamen and police arrested
almost 60 demonstrators during
a melee which started shortly af-
ter sundown last night and con-
tinued till early this morning.
Sixteen persons were Injured as
guardsmen moved Into the
crowd. Those hurt Included three
guardsmen and four policemen
struck by stones, three civilians
bruised by rifle butts and a 14-
year-old boy trampled by the
crowd.
A crowd had gathered at the
apartment for several nights and
had made the building untenable
by throwing rocks and other mis-
siles through the windows. The
building was Invaded several
times and the Interior vandaliz-
ed.
The National Guard went into
action last night using bayonets
to press the demonstrators back.
The crowd began dispersing af-
ter the militia and police started
making arrests, and all but 500
went home by 2:30 a.m.
Those remaining gathered In
groups about the 300-yard peri-
meter established bv the guards-
men till the police went among
them asking their names and
addresses.
Anyone who could not prove
himself a resident of Cicero was
Jailed.
The suburb has never had any
Negro residents before.
Pedro Miguel Movie
Reopens July 27
The Pedro Miguel Theater will
reopen at 7 p.m. July 27. accord-
ing to Information from the
Clubhouse Division.
Since the demolition of the old
Pedro Miguel Clubhouse, where
the theater was formerly located,
a portion of the old bathhouse a-
rea has been remodeled to house
the theater.
The new theater will seat M
people in comfortable surround-
ings.
The schedule of operation,
from the time the theater Is re-
opened until the close of sum-
mer vacations about Sept. 1, will
be on Wednesday. Friday and
Sunday nights, with movies
starting at 7.
Beginning about Sept. 1. mov-
ies will be shown on Friday. Sat-
urday and Sunday nights start-
ing at the same hour so that
school children can make the
maximum use of the theater.
Admission prices will be 20
cents for children and 45 cents
for adults.
Ancon Boulevard
Reopened Today
Ancon Boulevard was reopened
at 3:30 p.m. today.
The section of the Boulevard
from Chame Street to Mindl
Street had been closed since May
while Municipal Division forces
were at work on the development
of sites for new housing In the
Ancon-Chagres Street area.
Don't Look Now
No black cats crossed oar
paths today, nor did we break
any mirrors. Friday the 13th,
usually an lU-fate day, passed
uneventfully. Or did we speak
too soon?
Red Propaganda Issues
Jamming Ceasefire Talks
Kansas Flood Worst In History-
Thousands Flee Homes; 12 Dead
TOPEKA, July 13 (UP) The
United States Air Force rushed
serum, food and liferafte by cer-
5o plane, helicopter and para-
roop teams to the doiens of Iso-
lated cities and towns of Kansas
today.
The state Is a huge lake.
The Kansas river smashed
through two levees and drove
9,000 persons from 125 Kansas
City blocks.
All authorities agree it la the
worst disaster ever to hit the area
worse than the damaging dust
storms of the 30's or the legen-
dary floods of 1903.
i Weeks of heavy'ialns have set
streams and rivefs to bursting
and overflowing their dikes.
More than 60,000 persons have
been driven from their homes and
more are fleeing every hour.
At least 12 persons have died as
a result of the storms and floods.
Six persons who were 111 were
rescued by light plane from the
streamliner El Capitn, stranded
near Cedar Point. A convoy of
buses Is trying to get near enough
to the train to transfer the other
345 passengers by boat.
Twenty-two air rescue service
planes from Massachusetts, Cali-
fornia, Texas, Colorado and
Washington flew into Forbes Air
Force Base for rescue work.
Six were amphibians loaded
with cases of emergency rations,
medical supplies and first aid
equipment.
One C-124, the largest cargo
plane in operation, flew in with
a helicopter as cargo.
Within two hours after the he-
licopter arrived it had picked up
seven marooned persons.
Senate Gels Bill
On Death Payments
Of Canal Employes
A Canal-sponsored bill c
cernlng payment of m
leave and certain other a
due an employe
death has been,
the Senate by
B. Russell of Georgia
The measure. Senate Bill 182,
was referred to the Armed Serv-
ices Committee, according to In-
formation received at Balboa
Heights yesterday from the
Washington office of the Panama
Canal Company.
The bill provides that Canal
and Canal Zone Government
employes may designate benefi-
ciaries to receive these amounts
due at the time of death and,
when no beneficiary has been
named, designates the survivors
to whom the benefits are payable
and their orders of precedence.
Similar provisions for the set-
tlement of retirement benefits
due an employe at the time of his
death are already in effect for
Canal Company and Canal Zone
Government employes under the
Retirement Act.
The new bill applies to any a-
mounts due deceased employes
for salaries, leave, travel expens-
es, awards and certain other al-
lowances. At the present time,
these benefits, except for a-
mounts due for accrued leave,
would be payable to the estate of
the deceased: Amounts due for
accrued leave are now payable to
the beneficiary designated under
the retirement act. or If no ben-
eficiary has been named, to the
estate.
Provisions for the settlement
of the same benefits covered by
Senate Bill 1825 were made ap-
plicable to all other Federal Gov-
ernment employes in a statute
enacted in August 1950.
Guatemala's Arbenz Imposes
State Of Siege After Riots
TOKYO, July 13 (UP) North Korean General Nam
II, chief of the Communist team at the ceasefire talks, has
rejected Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy's protest against th
Reds' refusal to let allied newsmen enter Kaesong.
United Nations Supreme Commander General Mat-
thew B. Ridgway has laid down new terms for continuing
the talks.
The Reds suggested that the talks continue today
(on Red terms). There was no report this afternoon of Al-
lied compliance. The talks were still hung.
Joy had demanded that the Reds cease interfering
with United Nations convoys and personnel travelling the
Munsan-Kaesong road.
GUATEMALA CITY, July 13-
(UP)President Jacobo Arbenz
declared a 30-day state of seige
today and blamed followers of
General Idlgoras Fuentes, one of
his political rivals, for riots in
which scores of persons were re-
ported wounded.
Fuentes was the unsuccessful
presidential candidate of the Na-
tional Reconciliation Party In
last November's election, won by
Arbenz.
The siege was declared after
the government announced that
"political agitators disguised as
anti-Communiata" were seeking
to undermine public security.
The siege declaration also said
"Internal peace" was endanger-
ed but added the government was
In "complete control" of the sit-
uation.
Arbenz' communique said that
many persons were wounds dur-
ing the riots In which "unruly
demonstrators," posing as anti-
Communists, forced the police to
fire on them.
At least five persons were
known to be wounded In the
fighting reportedly started after
the so-called anti-Communists
Annapolis' First
Negro Graduate
Gels CZ Posting .
Lieutenant (Junior Grade)
Wesley A. Brown, Civil Engin-
eering Corps. U8N, the first Ne-
gro to graduate from the U.S.
Naval Academy. Annapolis, will
report to the Commandant, 15th
Naval District for duty In the
District Public Works Office dur-
ing the latter part of September.
Lt. (JG) Brown class of 1949
-was born April 3.1927.
At present he Is taking a post
graduate course hi civil engineer-
ing at the Rensselaer politecnlc
Institute, Troy, N.Y. His first
tour of engineerlnn duty will be
with the 15th N.D.
Lt. (JG) Brown has a wife and
a two-year-old daughter. They
will be assigned quarters at Far
Fan.
persuaded the government to re-
instate the Catholic staff of a lo-
cal orphanage.
Thousands of angry Guatema-
lans carrying anti-Communist
posters swarmed through the
streets during the day storming
Communist institutions and set-
ting fire to at least two parked
cars.
Business was vlrually at a
standstill as stores throughout
the city were shut down to escape
damage.
Arbenz received a delegation
which demanded repeal of the
order excluding Catholic priests
from the orphanage staff while
thousands of other demonstrators
screamed anil-Communist slog-
ans In the square outside of the
President's palace. Demonstra-
tion leaders emphasized that the
object of their wrath was the
Communist party and not the
Guatemalan government.
Shortly after the delegation
left, Arbenz announced the dis-
missal of Gabriel Alvarado as or-
phanage director, and the rein-
statement of Catholic leaders
that Alvarado had dismissed.
Arbenz selected Ernesto Coflno
to succeed Alvarado as orphan-
age director.
Late yesterday the police fired
into the air to disperse rioters
who were wrecking cars Includ-
ing the police patrol automobile
In front of the Presidential pa-
lace but there was no report of
any casualties.
Lewd, Lascivious
Conduct Charge
Plea Switched
Oscar Allan Walcott today
pleaded guilty to a charge of
lewd and lascivious conduct with
a 5-year-old girl in today's ses-
sion of the U.S. District Court in
Ancon. His original plea of not
guilty was withdrawn, and sen-
tencing was set for next Thurs-
day.
Walcott, a Panamanian resi-
dent of La Boca, is being repre-
sented by Van Slclen, Ramirez
and De Castro.
CZ Civilian AAA Volunteers
See 'Enemy Plane Shot Down
Little League
Fund Drive
Now $5,511
The Little League Fund drive
to send the local champs to the
States to compete In the Little
World Series tournament late
this month and early August
comes to a close tomorrow.
The total amount collected up
to the time this paper went to
the press was $5,511.45.
League officials also disclos-
ed that two additional players
who will make the trip as a re-
sult of the over subscription (the
league's #oal was $5,000) to the
fund are Jerry Laatz and 'James
Crowder.
The final box score:
Previously reported ..$5,421.14
VJ.W., Frank P. Al-
brook Post........... 45.31
Royal Crown Bottling
Co.................. 20 00
Atlantic Oriental Club 15.00
H. W. Sunder Agency
(The Lincoln National
Life Insurance Co. .. 10.00
Total ................$6,511.45
Military "condition" at Gail-
lard Highway hangar moved ra-
pidly last night from a normal
"white" to an alert "blue" follow-
ed by an emergency "red" as a
simulated "hostile" plane was re-
ported approaching the Canal
during the demonstration for vo-
lunteers of the Antiaircraft Civ-
ilian Auxiliary Program.
Some 260 men and women
watched with rapt attention as
the troops of the 65th Antiair-
craft group manned the battery,
caught their breaths as the han-
gar went suddenly black and a
sound-track movie cut in with
the first shot and carried through
as the 90 millimeter gun began
firing and on the screen shot
down the "Invader."
"Gee, I'm going to get a lot out
of this," gasped a draft-age
youngster.
After that there was a coffee-
break while prospective civilian
gunners, trackers, plotters arid
radar operators milled through
the "county fair" exhibit, munch-
ing cake as they inspected the
.weapons and llsteped to the 71st
Army Band.
Later they filled out question-
naires for home-town papers and
received final Instructions on
where to report for the first field
demonstrationwith live ammo
to be given at the Flamenco Is-
land range Saturday morning.
At the start of the program
Major M. E. Hutchlnson, master
of ceremonies for the evening,
who will be in direct charge of
instruction, Introduced Lieuten-
ant Governor Herbert D. Vogel,
who said the training of civil-
ians to man guns near their place
of employment "marked a com-
plete change In civilian defense
policy."
Colonel Vogel added that he
foresaw the program would make
for a better understanding be-
tween the civilian and military
groups on the Zone, and that all
would be welded Into "a great
fighting team."
He was followed by Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March. Chief of Staff,
U. 8. Army Caribbean, who said
that Americans "always volunteer
when the chips are down."
"This gathering here tonight."
he underlined, "will create an
Impact that will be felt on the
other side of the world.
"We are not taking lt lying
down," he emphasized. "We are
telling the world we are going to
stand up and fight." He said he
hoped civilians would also get
some fun out of the serious
training, adding:
"There Is no greater pleasure
when you are shooting than hit-
ting the target. You'll find out! '
Colonel Sanford J. Goodman.
CO of the 65th Antiaircraft
Group and director of the pro-
gram, wound up the speechmak-
ing with the statement that "all
wars are won by combined fire-
power and movement."
He traced how national defense
had swung full circle from the
days of Molly Pitcherthe first
American artlllerywoman to
the point where present missile
speeds make lt essential for civ-
ilians to go into action In one
minute, thus becoming "Minute
Men" in the great American mili-
tary tradition.
Wandering Light
Plane Sets B-17
On Needless Hunt
A Colombian registered Piper
Clipper was safe in Colombia to-
day after United States Air
Force search planes were sent to
locate the craft. Piloted by two
Colombian pilots. Alberto Barri-
ga and Alfonso Crnica, the
Slane left Tocumen at 6:41 yes-
irday morning headed for the
northern coast of Colombia.
When no word was received from
the Piper, and lt was estimated
that three hours later they would
run out of gas. a search of the
area was initiated by ATC. with
negative results.
At 3:19 yesterday afternoon
1st Air Rescue 8quadron. Flight
"B" dispatched a B-17 which cov-
ered the Panama area Atlantic
coast.
Twenty minutes before the B-
17 was due to return to Albrook,
ATC sent a message that the
missing plane had landed safely
in Barranca-Bermeja in Colom-
bia. The pilots had failed to fol-
low their originally scheduled
route.
The alert status on which Ca-
ribbean Command headquarters
had put the Air Force planes was
immediately cancelled and the
B-17. piloted by Captain P. A.
Weddle and co-pilot 1st Lt. Lon-
nle Busbee, returned to Albrook.
Presidencia Ruling
Makes Dr. Navarro
Sole Panama Mayor
Panam Mayor Dr. Alberto Na-
varro will remain in office and
will be the only Government-
recognized mayor in Panam
City, lt was decided this morn-
ing at a meeting held In the Pre-
sidencia.
The meeting was an outcome
of the Panama City councilmen's
voting last night to oust Navar-
ro and reinstate Angel Vega
Mndez.
The decision to keep Navarro
was reached after an hour's par-
ley at which the principal mem-
bers were President Arosemena,
Minister of Government and Jus-
tice Miguel Angel Ordonez and
Police Chief Coronel Jose Anto-
nio Remon Cantera.
Nam Il's reply, as broadcast by
Pelplng radio, said:
"D We never stopped your dele-
gation on July 12. The press de-
legation which came with your
convoy could not be permitted to
come to the negotiation site as
we had not come to an agree-
ment mutually. There is no rea-'
son in this respect for the refus- >
al of your delegation to come to
the conference.
"2) Until agreement has been,
reached concerning press- repre-
sentation it is our opinion that
the press delegations of neither
side can be permitted to enter the,
negotiation site:
"3) We propose that the talka,
be continued at 9 a.m. Pyongyang
time today."
Ridgway has already insisted
that Western correspondents be,
allowed in Kaesong, though notSi
In the conference room.
He has broadcast to the Reds
that: "The extension of the pre-
sent recess is only due to unrea-
sonable and unnecessary restric-
tions against which my represen-
tatives have repeatedly protest-,
ed."
pelplng radio earlier charged
the United Nations with main-'
(Continued en Page CoL
Convenience Sales
Sections Started
Al C. Z. Commies
A limited numbs of grocery
and toilet articles may be pur-
chased at the Cristobal and Bal-
boa Commissaries on Mondays
when all Commissary retail stores
are regularly closed, lt was an-
nounced yesterday at Bal boat
Heights.
Special "convenience sales sec-
tions" at these two commissaries
for emergency purchases oa
Mondays have recently beet
placed in operation on a trial ba-
sis,
The special sales sections stock:
a small number of items fof
which there is great demand.
Goods sold Include bread, canned
goods, potatoes, rice, coffee, tea,
bottled beverages, ice cream,
laundry supplies and toilet arti-
cles.
The "convenience section" at
the Balboa Commissary Is located
on the Stadium side of the mala
store.
The special sales section at
Cristobal is at the Cigar Stand la
the Cristobal Administration
Building.
Either cash or coupons are ac-
cepted for purchases at the Bal-
boa sales section. Only coupons
mav be used at the Cristobal unit
ui.til suitable cash registers casi
be placed In operation.
Anyone who is authorized Us
make purchases m Canal Com-
missaries mav patronize either
section. Purchase authority cards
must be shown when cash pur-
chases are made.
Pretty Patient Gets
Prescription From
J)octor- Personally
LONDON. July 13 (UP)The
British General Medical Coun-
cil found the "treatments" pre-
scribed for the pretty young
wife of a British sailor were
such that Dr. Jack M. Sinclair's
name should be stricken from
the medical register.
Peitry May Kennedy, the
sailor's wife, told the Council
that Dr. Sinclair told her she
should go out more, for relaxa-
tion, to relieve her nervous
headaches. Then, she said, he
filled his own prescription by
taking her out himself.
She claimed he had been in-
timate with her on several oc-
casions on which she had fol-
lowed bis formula^ for relaxa-


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, JULY IS, 151
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
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Great White Fleet
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Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................July 20
S.S. Chiriqui ....................................July 21
S.S. Levers Bend...............................Aug. S
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Aug. 5
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Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann .................................July 16
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................July 21
S.S. Maya ......................................July 28
S.S. Cape Avlnof ...............................Auf. 4
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Sails
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S.S. Chiriqui ....................................July 24
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Shipping & Airline News
s.S. "Chiriqui'' Schedule Revised
To Allow Longer Stop
In Cristobal
W. E. Adams, general agent of
the United Fruit Company at
Cristobal, has announced that
effective with the next voyage of
the S.S. Chiriqui, this vessel will
depart from New Orleans fort-
nightly on Wednesdays instead of
Thursdays for arrival at Cristo-
bal on Sunday mornings at 7.
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3 p.m. Tuesday departure of this
steamer from Cristobal to New
Orleans. Thus with the earlier
arrival, this revised schedule will
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ours at this pert.
This additional layover at Cris-
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greater opportunity for sightsee-
ing and shopping and In addi-
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refrigerated cargo carried south-
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It Is felt that this change In
schedule of the Chiriqui will be
welcome news to the merchants
and consignees on both sides of
the Isthmus.
TERRYA
SQUARE PEG IN ROUND HOLE?
Braniff Opens
New Ticket Offices
DALLAS. Tex., July 13Bran-
iff International Airways an-
nounced today the opening of
new city ticket offices at La Paz,
Bolivia; Montevideo, Uruguay;
and Quito, Ecuador. At the same
time, the airline reported that Its
New York City offices Is now lo-
cated In larger quarters at Rock-
efeller Center. All changes, said
Braniff officials, were made to
help handle expanding air travel
between the Americas.
Braniff's new La Paz office Is
located at Ayacucho 160. Julio
Qulroga continues as Braniff
manager at this Important stop-
over on the airline's route.
The Montevideo office, located
in the Artigas Building, 487 Rin-
cn Street, Is under the local
management of Robert Booth,
and the general supervision of
John Long, Braniff's manager at
Buenos Aires.
Carlos E. Vallejo will manage
Braniff's new Quito office which
will open around July 15 In the
Hotel Majestic. This office will
coordinate Braniff's traffic and
sales in the Ecuadorian capital
through the airline's agents, Me-
tropolitan Touring and Ecuado-
rian Tours.
Norfolk, Baltimore and Carolina!
Shipping Co., was almost com-1
pletely destroyed. A small Inland I
waterway freighter unloading; su-
gar and a tug moored to the pier
were forced to get under way to
escape the flames.
Several persons working on the
pier were forced to leap into the
harbor to keep from being burn-
ed by the fire which brought out
all available fire fighting equip-
ment in the city. Owners of the
pier estimated the damage to the
wharf to be "at least $200,f>C3."
No early estimate of the cargo
loss and the vaiue of the boxcars
consumed could be obtained.
Meet "Tiger-
Government May Repair
Barbados Runway
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, July
13 (UP)Informed sources said
today that the government of
this British West Indian Island
plans to consult a Canadian en-
gineering firm on means of
checking and repairing cracks In |
the main runway at Seawell Air-
port.
So far as could be learned, no
specific engineering firm has so
far been selected.
The Seawell runway, built at a
cost of $1,500,000 West Indian
dollars (about $900,000) was com-
pleted only two months ago, but
already cracks have appeared in
the paving at several points.
The Island's executive commit-
tee visited the airfield yesterday
to Inspect the extent of the dam-
age and discuss means of correct-
ing it.
JACOBY ON BRIDGE
Charleston Waterfront
Fire Destroys Pier
CHARLESTON, S. C, July 13
(UP) Fire broke out along
Charleston's busy waterfront at
4:10 p.m. yesterday, destroying a
Sier. six box cars and an unde-
ermined amount of cargo.
Middleton's pier, leased by the t
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against "normal" defense. South
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and a low club. South would then
take the clubs and put West In
with a heart to begin the dia-
monds.
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with the third round of hearts.
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diamonds and set the contract.
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Red Sox Take Over American League Leadership#
by
Dan Daniel
Harry Edwin Heilmann, one of the greatest rifht-bandd bat-
ter baseball vet has boasted, a gentleman of examplary repute
on and off the field, and for many years militant for the game
as a broadcaster, died here Monday, at the age of 58, of cancer o
' Helfman, who should have been elected to the Hall of Fame
RUI ago, died without having achieved the diamond pantheon at
Cooperstown, NY. .__. .
Both the baseball writers, who vote on candidates wno naa
ended their playing careers not more than 25 years ago. and the
Hall of Fame Committee, which passes on the merits of old-timers,
appear to be obsessed with the fear least some of the diamond s
(Bans slip past their cordon while yet alive ,...,..
As a consequence. Heilmann passed on to baseballs Valhalla
minus an honor which he and his family would have appreciated
Some weeks ago, the doctors at Ford Hospital told Harry Sal-
inger, sports editor ol the Detroit News, that Heilmann would not
survive the summer.
Salsinger, Joe Williams and the writer then organized a move-
ment to have Harry named to the Hall of Fame. A scroll of official
notification was to be presented to him or Mrs Heilmann at home
plate just before All-Star game.
(I HUM. PRECEDENT IS IGNORED
The mills of the Hall of Fame Committee grind slowly. Ever
o Klowlv Although a precedent had been set. in a similar situa-
tion In the election of the tragic Lou Gehrlg, the committee refus-
ed to lake It upon itself to designate Heilmann, who was far more
entitled to the honor than some of the old-timers who had been
Ch0^Tways,dVacid\d>Uto have midsummer election by the baseball.
writers and if Heilmann could achieve the minimum of 75 per
cent of the total vote cast, he would be an official, bona-fide, hon-
est -lo-goodness member of the Hall of Fame.
Tv Cobb heard about the movement to have Heilmann electee.,
a-ul never stopped to consider the possibility that the Hall of Fame
Committee would refuse to make an exception in the usual and
ra6Coob'wrote to Harry and told him he was about to be named
to baseball's gallery of Immortals. Ty unwittingly performed a
In any event, poor Harry could not wait for the projected mid-
summer poll He could not wait for the hidebound committee to
recede one iota from its rules and regulations.
In effect the committee said. "If Harry should pass away be-
fore we can do anything about electing him. it will be too bad. We
earnestly advise Heilmann to hang on until we can get our mach-
inery in motion. ___
Election to the Hall of Fame is very serious business, and we
must not allow ourselves to be stampeded by anything so incon-
sequential as medical prediction that the candidate cannot survive
mi" The "committee in all its rectitude, might have rushed a call
through the Press Association Wires fot all eligible voters of the
Baseball Writers Assn of America to mail their ballots to Ken
Smith, secretary of that organization, in time to determine whether
Heilmann could be honored at home plate.
But no action was taken. And now Harry Is gone, and the
need for an emergency election is gone with him.
HARRYS RECORD STOOD L'P
The Hall of Fame Committee Is composed of Connie Mack.
Edward G. Barrow, Bob Quinn. Del Webb, Grantland Rice and
Paul Kerr secretary.
It would be interesting to know how many of these men were
Involved In the decision which refused Heilmann his supreme base-
ball citation while he yet was alive, lighting a cancer which was
even more malignant than the doctors knew.
Heilmann-s designation certainly would have entitled noo devia-
tion from the Hall of Fame slogan, "It's got to be tough to get
Harrv won the American League batting championship no
fewer than four times .394 in 1921. .403 in 1923, .393 and .398 In
1927
Heilmann's career average, covering 18 years, was .342. Only
six big boast lifetime recrds superior to his.
Cobb tops the list with ,387. then come Hornsby. .358; Dan
Brouthers .348: Ed Delehanty, .346; Willie Keeler. .345. and Tris
Speaker 344 Babe Ruth hit .342 and so did Jess Burkett. George
Sisler as well as Geiirig made the .340 level.
The fact is that Hall of Fame system needs overhauling,
from top to bottom. The chief fault, I am sorry to say rests with
the baseball writers. Several years ago I participated in counting
the ballot in an election. And some of the players who were honor-
ed with votes could not have carried Heilmann's shoes.
Joe William is on vacation.
Saturday's
Program
1st Race Purse: $275.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Pajarito A. Enrique 104x
2-Tap Dancer E. Ortega 105x
3Tap Girl A. Mena 104x
4Fonseca J. Rodriguez 112
5Annie N. B. Agulrre 112
6Don Catallno R Ycaza lOOx
7Risita F. Rose 114
8El Mono J. Baeza. Jr. 117x
10Don Joaqun G. Sanchez 120
2nd Race "D" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: S300.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1Sincero M. Hurley 112
2Sin Fin R. Gomez 112
3Duque J. Rodriguez 1112
4Volador i A Mena lllx
5Romntico V.Castillo 110
6Taponazo G. Grael 120
3rd Race "C" Natives 6"j Fgs.:
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 1:45 i
One-Two
1Golden Babe A. Enrique 105x
2White Fleet R. Gomez 116
3Lolito A Mena 117x
4B. Sambo J. Contreras 112
5Mr. Espinosa G. Sanch. 120
6- Arquimedes J. Baeza Jr. 109x
7Stella K. Flores 114.
LOCAL RATE CHAMPS Ifill La Bocans. First Half-Season
Champions of the Local Rate Little League. Standing, L to
R: R. Mndez, coach; Albert Watson, Pedro Wellington.
Robert Pate. Lesterlo If 111 (owner i. Guillermo Payne, Leroy
Ifill. Allan Spencer. Erlin Conliffe, manager. Front row, L
to R: Ivan Lord. Earl Best. Carlos Caddie, Rudolph Brown,
Ricardo Inniss.
Summer Hoop League
4th Race "F-l" Natives4', Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1G. Faith A. Valdivia 112
2La Suerte M. Hurley 120
3Manolete B. Aguirre 120
4_J. Huincho G. Sanchez 113
5Sixaola R. Gomez 115
6-Aqui Estoy E. Ortega 112x
7Cacique H. Reyes 102x
8Embustero J. Baeza Jr. 105x
9Bagaleo K Flores 114
10Resorte J. Cadogen 108
5th Race "A" Natives 4' Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Fulminante J. Baeza. Jr. 105x
2Amazona R. Ycaza 103x
3Don Pltin M. Arosemena 102
4Tully Saba J. Contreras 117
5 Batan A. Mena 104x
6Babv Rol B. Agulrre 115
6th Race "1" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Mon Etoile A. Valdivia 120
2Gay Ariel
3Batt. Cloud
4Fulanlto
5Levadura
6Interlude
7Kildare
R. Vergara 109
B. Aguirre 112
E. Ortega lllx
F Rase 120
C. Ycaza 120
A. Enrique 104x
Two Summer Basketball League
Sames were played at the Diablo
ym Wednesday morning as the
Diablo "O" team edged the Coco-
li "C" squad in an overtime 17-15
and the Diablo Biddy League
came out on the long end of the
score when they defeated the
Balboa "E" quintet 16-11.
With just thirty seconds to go
in the "C" contes Ed Hill of Co-
coll sank a field goal to tie up
the game and then in the over-
time Danny Wlnklosky netted
the only two-pointer to win the
game for Diablo. Hill made four
field goals and three free thrbws
for a total of 11 points to lead
the Cocoll scoring while Wlnk-
losky tallied nine points for Dia-
blo.
In the "E" League game a
much improved Diablo team ma-
naged to get a lead in the first
quarter and then protected it
hrough the remaining three pe-
riods to beat a stubborn Balboa
squad. Jimmy Lovelady was high
point man for Diablo with 12
points and Bobby Priest led his
Balboa teammates with six
points.
7th Raes "E" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $550.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1R. East) J. Contreras 110
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1Annie N.
2Sin Fin
3Black Sambo
4Manolete
5Tullv Saba
6Battling Cloud
7Espartano
8Nehuinco
9The Dauber
10Mr. Foot
11Little Lulu
Fonseca
Duque (e)
White Fleet
Sixaola
Baby Rol
Mon Etoile
Betun (e)
Bien Hecho
Gris
Mosqueton
Pregonero
ONE BESTBlack Sambo.
2Betun
3Espartano
4(Fright
5(Gay wood
6-Delhi
7High Mount
A. Bazan 115
B. Agulrre 114
F. Rose 110
J. Phillips 112
V. Castillo 110
K. Flores 110
8th Race "I" Imported8' Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
I Beach Sun R. Ycaza 103x
2B. Hecho J. Contreras 115
3Armeno J. Phillips 112
4 -Nehuinco G. Sanchez 120
5Tartufo H. Reyes lOOx
6- Identificada J. Cadogen 110
7Arabe A. Bazan 120
8Apprise K. Flores 120
9Islero A. Enrique 106x
9th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Piragua R. Gomez 112
2Wild Wire J. Rodriguez 120
3The Dauber K. Flores 110
4Polorazo J. Phillips 120
5 Galante II J. Contreras 110
8Orlsu B. Aguirre 114
7Mariscalito A. Phillips 115
10th Race "D" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Astoria M. Arosemena 115
2Guarlna E Corcho 109x
3Montmatre A. Bazan 115
Diablo "C"
Cotton, Lee .... 1
Wlnklosky...... 4
Cotton........ 1
Glassburn...... 1
August in...... 1
Pustis........ 0
Taylor........ 0
Tettenburn..... 0
FG FT TP
Totals.
8
1 17
4 Mosqueton A.Sotoll7
5Troplcana A. Enrique 107x
6Mr. Foot R. Gomez 115
11th Race -*
Purse:
1Carilimpio
2Centenario
3- Pregonero
4Norma
5Little Lulu
Natives611 Fgs.
$275.00
A. Enrique 109x
A. Valdivia 115
G. Grael 120
A. Mena 107x
G. Sanchez 112
Marciano Scores
K.O. Over Layne
NEW YORK, July 13 Hard-hitting Rocky Marciano,
185';, of Brockton, Massachus-
etts, racked up his 36th conse-
cutive victory and 31st by
knockout as a professional by
flattening Rex Layne, 193. of
Lewiston, Utah, In 35 seconds
of the sixth round last night.
Negotiations are under way
for Marciano to meet another
top contender In an open air
park this summer.
Cocoll "(" FG FT TP
HIU.......... 4 3 11
Weaver........ 1 0 2
Pace.......... 1 0 2
Vasll......... 0 0 0
Guiot......... 0 0 0
Jenkins........ 0 0 0
Walking........ 0 0 0
Totals......... 0 3 15
Diablo "E" FG FT TP
Lovelady....... 6 0 12
Corrigan....... 0 0 0
Smith......... 0 0 0
Cruz.......... 0 0 0
Fundakowski .... 2 0 4
Totals......... 8 0 16
Balboa "E"_ FG FT TP
Harbor........ 1 1 3
Priest........ 3 0 6
Townsend...... 0 0 0
Adams......... 0 0 0
Elliot........ 0 0 0
Brown......... 1 0 2
McKlnne....... 0 0 0
Graham........ 0 0 0
Totals......... 5 1 11
National League
TEAMS
Brooklyn.......51
St. Louis........41
New York .... .. 43
Cincinnati......M
Philadelphia .. .. M
Boston.........34
Chicago........3*
Pittsburgh......SI
Wen Lost Pet.
28 .662
15 .539
17 .518
It .486
41 .468
40 .459
40 .4
45 .408
Boston Nips Chisox Twice;
Reynolds Pitches No-Hitter
By United Pfts
NEW YORK, July 13 Tht Red Sox jumped into the
American League lead after taking a doubleheader from
the White Sox 3-2 and 5-4-in a Chicago twilight-night
doubleheader, the nightcap going 17 innings to set a new
league record for a night game.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn.
St. Louis at New York (X).
Cincinnati at Boston (N).
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
8t. Louis 000 020 COO2 3 0
New York 000 000 0000 4 0
Staley (12-7i and Rlct; Jansen
(11-81, Kennedy and Westrum.
(Night Game)
Chicago............
Brooklyn..........
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh........
Philadelphia........
8
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Sports Editor
Panama American
Dear Sir:
You almost caused our watch-
maker to commit a faux pas. He
read the headline Monday about
the "All 'Sweater Girl' Finals" In
the JUIVENIA Watch Tourna-
ment at Summit Golf Club and
started to pick out ladies watch-
es! However, we got him squared
away, although he. still doesn't
understand It.
Anyhow our Sales Manager
will take five MAN'S JUVENIAS
out to Summit on Saturday and
will distribute them to the 5
luckiest male golfers on the
Isthmus on Sunday about 1.00
p. m. Each of the watches will be
self-winding, waterproof and
shockproof. with 17 jewels and
all other features that a first-
class Swiss watch should have.
The only difference will be In
the cases. A 14 kt gold case to
the Champ and a goldfllled case
I to the Runner-up. Another gold-
I filled watch to. the winner of the
i Consolation flight and a stain-
less one to the Runner up.
Jim Rlley has already sewed
up a stainless steel JUVENIA
for himself by winning the me-
Idall
Yours truly
MERCURIO
141 Central Avenue.
Ad.
CINCINNATI at BOSTON
(Postponed, Inclement Weather
American League
TEAMS Won
Boston.........40
New York......46
Chicago........49
Cleveland......44
Detroit........35
Washington.....31
Philadelphia .. .. 31
St. Louis........22
Lost Pet.
29 .628
29
31
33
.613
.612
.571
38 .479
45 .408
46 .403
54 9
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland (N).
Washington at Detroit (N).
Boston at Chicago (N).
Philadelphia at St. Louis (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Washington 000 000 3014 10 0
Detroit 121 010 OOx5 10 1
Sanford (1-5. Harris, Consue-
gra. Ferrlck and Kluttz. Guerra;
Cain 18-61. Hutchinson and Gins-
berg.
(First GameTwilight)
Philadelp'a 111 410 0019 13 1
St. Louis 003 001 1207 9 2
Kellner (8-81, Kucab and As-
troth; Widmar (3-80, Sleater.
Mahonev, Sucheckl, Kennedy and
Lollar.
(Second GameNight)
Philadelphia..........13
St. Louis.............. 0
(First GameTwilight)
Boston 000 000 2103 5 0
Chicago 000 000 0022 9 0
Parnell (11-5).Taylor and Ros-
ar; Dobson t8-3), Rotblatt and
Masl.
(Second GameNight17
Innings)
Boston.............. 5
Chicago............ 4
Lou Boudreau, former Indian
manager, and Clyde Vollmer ob-
tained In a trade with the sen-
ators, provided the winning runs.
Vollmer, who starred in all three
victories over the Yankees last
week end. hit a two-run homer
and Boudreau drove In the win-
ning run with a double In the
first game before 52,592 fans.
In the 17th inning of the sec-
ond game Boudreau opened with
a single, went to third on Billy
Goodman's single, then scored on
a long fly by Vollmerand that
made the Red Sox the league
leaders.
The second game was an es
peclally bitter loss for the White
Sox' righthander Saul Rogovln
because he went the full record
distance against three Red Sox
pitchers.
The longest night game before
this was 18 inmngs when the St.
Louis Browns beat the Philadel-
phia Athletics in 1942. In the Na-
tional League, the Philadelphia
Phillies beat the Cincinnati Reds
in 19 innings at night last year.
An eighth Inning error proved
costly In the White Sox second
game. Pinch-hitter Fred Hatfield
beat out a single In the eighth but
Rogovin threw the ball Into right
field, allowing Hatfield to reach
third. He scored the tying run on
Dom DiMaggio s single,
Tha New York Yankees re-
gained second place on AlUe
Reynolds' no-hitter and Gene
Woodllng's homer which gave
them a 1-0 win over the Indians
in a Cleveland night game.
Reynold's no-hltter barely beat
Bobby Feller's four-hitter as
the Yankees sought to launch a
comeback.
Reynolds had one scare when
Hank Bauer had to go against
the wall to catch Sam Chapman's
long fly in the seventh after
Woodlirig had hit his homer.
Feller's only hits were the
homer, a double by Mickey Man-
tle and singles by Yogi Berra and
OH McDougald. Feller, who
pitched a no-hitter himself two
weeks ago, had one going until
the sixth When Mantle spoiled It.
A t*n-hit blast, including Hoot
Evers' homer and four doubles,
gave the Tigers a 5-4 win over the
Washington senators at Detroit.
The Philadelphia Athletics
swept a twl-night doubleheader
from the Browns. 9-7 and 13-0, at
St. Louis.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Brooklyn Dodgers ran their
National League lead to nine and
one-half games with a three-
homer, 9-3, win over the Cubs In
an Ebbets Field night game.
Carl FurUlo, Roy Campanu-
la and Billy Cox whaled hom-
ers in the Dodger triumph over
the Chicago Cubsa game
which cost Dodger starter
Ralph Branca his next start
because he pulled an arm mus-
eta.
The St. Louis cardinals took
over second place with a 2-0 win
over the New York Giants on Bil-
ly Johnson's fifth inning two-
run homer at the Polo Grounds.
Pitching honors for the night In
the senior circuit went to the
Card-Giant game when winner
Gerry Staley gave up four hit
and loser Larry Jansen only
three.
The Phillies routed Murry Dick-
son for an 11-6 conquest of the
Pittsburgh Pirates in a Philadel-
phia arc-light contest. Granny
Hamner clouted a three-run
homer In the second inning to get
an 8-1 lead going on the Pirates
and after that it was only a mat-
ter of time.
The Cincinnati Reds-Brave
game at Boston was rained out.
HAD IT ALL THE TIME
New York. (NEA) The nigh
before the Belmont Stakes. C. V.
Whitney bid $1600 to charity fof
a racing plate from the winner
for\the running horse museum.
His own horse. Counterpoint,
won.
GIANT PERCENTAGE
Los Angeles. (NBA) Of the 25
original members of the Helms
Hall of Football Fame, seven ar
former New York Giants.
(Night Game)
New York............ 1
Cleveland............ 0
Myron Ginsberg Virgil Trucks
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RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY
DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th. 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
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operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
SATURDAYS STELLAR RACE
9th Race "D" Importeds 7 Fgs
Purne: $600.00 ool (/.loses: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TWO
1. PIRAGUA ................R. Gmez 112
2. WILD WIRE............J. Rodriguez 120
3. THE DAUBER.............K. Floren 110
4. POIJORAZO.............J. Phillips 120
5. GALANTE 11............J. Contreras 110
6. GR1SV..................B. Aguirre 114
7. MARISCALITO ........... A. Phillips 115
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES
5th Race "A" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Pur*e: $1,000.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. PHOEBUS APOLLO.......B.Moreno 110
2. R4THL1N LIGHT........J. Contreras 112
3. P1NARD.................... Soto 116
4. DICTADOR...............R- Gome* 109
5. WELSH LOCH
123
6th Race "F" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes: 3:35 p.m.
FIRST RACE OF DOUBLES
I.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
HONEY MOON..... ......A. Btun
ROSE HIP...............J. Phillips
CORAGGIO.............J. Contreras
THE BATH ROAD...........J. Ava
PULGARCITO...............A. Soto
PEPS1COLA................A. Menu
IN TIME..... ..........B. Aguirre
8. (PINCEL.................G. Sanche
9. (CARIBE.................A. Phillips
115
110
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120
120
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Price Administrator Is Candidate For Baseball Commissioner
Michael Disalle Reported
Probable Aug. 1 Choice
Bv ROBERT F. LOFTUS
United Press SUff Correspondent
WASHINGTON. Jly IS.Price Administrator Michael V. Di-
salle was reported yesterday to be a top candidate for baseball's
lii*ii commissioner, but the colorful lawyer-politician was non-
committal jon the subject.
Some big League owners are eyeing the former mayor of
Toledo as a successor to the outgoing A. B. (Happy) Chandler,
who is resigning by request next Sunday, Informed sources said.
They added that Disalle's name will-be considered when the
Big League club owners get together Aur. 1 to choose the new
baseball czar. The post pays fCS.M a year.
Disalle receives $16,000 a year and plenty of congressional
criticism in his present job.
He smiled cryptically when asked If he would take the high
commissioner's job.
"No one in baseball has talked to me about it," he said. "It
looks like I'll still be catching here for a while."
Dlsalo will not campaign actively for the job, but sources
close to the price boss said he would be highly receptive to a
baseball offer.
A seven-year term at S65.000 a year would be "hard to turn
down." they said. They said Disalle doesn't want to quit his
price job, despite the fact that Congress is busy chopping away
bis controls authority.
Disalle probably would not take over active charge of base-
ball affairs until the end of the season if the job were offered
to him formally. That would give him plenty of time to ease
gracefully out of the price control picture.
He does not have a baseball background, but he has a re-
putation as a peacemaker, a talent which would come in handy
in dealing with the Big League owners and their players.
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CRISTOBAL BASKETBALL
Biddy I.earue Standings
Won Lost
Bears.......... .. 6 0
Bearcats.......... 3 2
Tigers............ 3 3
Lions.............2 3
Wolves............ 0 o
Major League Standings
Won Lost
Holy Cross........ 5 1
Celtics............ 3 2
Lakers............ 3 3
Oklahoma.......... 2 4
Globe Trotters...... 1 4
This week's results:
.
Biddy leafue
Bears 25 Bearcats 16
Tigers 31 Wolves 23
Major League Results
Oklahoma 49 Lakers 48
Holy Cross 46 Celtics 35
The "Bears" took a firmer rip
on first place as they beat their
nearest rival, the "Bearcats" 25-
16. Longo and Bland, with 14 and
8 points led the winners but Catz
played a great defensive game
and controlled the rebounds. Bri-
an Cox led the losers with 6
points. The "Tigers" handed the
"Wolves" their sixth defeat to the
tune of 31-16. The "Tigers" play-
ed their best team game as only
two points separated their top
four scorers. J. Cralg led the los-
ers with 11 points.
"Oklahoma" nosed out the
"Lakers" 49-48 In a thrilling game
In which the winning basket was
scores In the last five seconds of
play. Karlger and Bailey led the
winners with 18 points each. Pel-
tynovlch led the "Lakers" with
20 points. "Holy cross" dumped
the "Celtics" 46-35.
Bears
fg ft pf pts
0 1 0
1 1 3
0 1 14
0 (j 1 8
Howard...... .. 0 1 0
Washabaugh .... .. 0 0 0 0
Ken way........ .. 0 0 0
fgft 5 25
Bearcats f Pts.
1 1 1 2
0 l 0 2
1 1 3
l 0 1
.. 3 0 0 6
0 0
0 3 0
0 0 2
Total........ .. 7 It 2 ft 5 16
Tigers pf pts.
Chase........ .. 4 p 1 8
:f 3 9
3 l 4 7
0 1 0
0 0 0 0
,. 4 0 1 8
Brooks, J....... .. 0 0 0 0
0 0 0

Total....... 14 fg 4 ft 10 32
Wolves pf pts.
.. 0 1 2 1
4 1 2 11
.. 2 ) 1 4
Wall, J......... 1 0 0 5
., 1 1 2
Bland. H....... 0 0 0 0
0 0 1 0
Total...... .. 9 fg 5 ft 7 23
Holy Croat pf pts
.. 8 2 4 18
7 u 2 14
Roberts...... .. 4 0 2 8
Bazan........ .. 0 o 0 0
i i 2 3
0 1
Cralg........ .. 1 o 0 2
Total....... 21 PC 4 ft 10 46
Celtics Pf Pts
K 1 4 17
.. 2 0 0 4
1 1 3
2 1 0 4
Bleakley...... .. 1 0 3
0 2 4

Total...... .15 fg 5 ft 7 35
Oklahoma pf pts
,, 2 1 2 5
Karlger...... .. 9 (l 3 18
0 0 2
Lessard...... .. 3 0 1 6
Bailey........ .. 9 0 2 18
D n 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0

Total....... 24 1 H ft 9 49
Lakers P-' Pts.
Smith........ .. 7 (i 1 14
.. 0 0 2 0
0 24
.. 2 '1 1 4
(1 1 4
0 0 4
n 0 2
4 6 41
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Hele, Hearne
In Dunlop
Tourney Finals
Bill Hele and Webb Hearne will
again meet In another local ten-
nis tournament finals this
time they clash Sunday in the
Dunlop Tournament finals at the
Panam Olympic Court at 8:30
a.m.
The match will be decided on
two out of three sets.
Hele, who has taken most of
the tennis tournaments when
Hearne Is not around, will try
to break the Jinx this time.
Hearne, a tall powerful south-
paw In his early thirties, has
beaten Hele In six final matches.
Hearne possesses a powerful all-
around game which Includes a
cannon ball service, a wonder-
ful flat backhand and a net
game that Is hard to beat.
Hele, a stubborn 200-pounder
who is beginning life at 40, relies
on a good fast service, a hard
driving forehand and a good
drop shot.
This match, like all their pre-
vious encounters, should be
w o r th seeing. There will be
plenty seats available, so don't
miss this contest.
Savilt, Talbert,
Flam.. Traberl On
US Davis Cup Team
NEW YORK, July 13 (UP>
Dick Savltt, Herb Flam. BIllv
Talbert and Tony Trabert were
named to the U. S. Davis Cup
team which opens competition
against Japan July 21-22 at
Louisville. Ky.
Other squad members named
were U. S. Champion Art Lar-
sen. Ham Richardson. Oardnar
Mulloy and Victor Selxas.
The Savltt-Flam-Talbert-
quartet will play against Japan
in the opening round of the
American Zone competition, it
was announced. The Davis Cup
Committee could change the
lineup for future matches, either
substituting other members, of
the squad or adding new men to
the squad.
Savltt, an Orange, N. J,. boy
who won the Wimbledon Cham-
pionship last week, was an ex-
pected selection as was Flam, a
Beverly Hills, Calif., lad who ad-
vanced tp the Wimbledon semi-
finals before he was eliminated.
Talbert, of New York, and
Trabert. of Cincinnati, the New
NCAA champion, were surprises
however, especially since Amer-
ican Champion Larsen was left
off.
Talbert was a member of last
years veteran team which lost
the cup to Australia, and the
Davis Cup people vowed a
"youth movement" after that
defeat. The other three fit in
with such a plan.
Mulloy. of Coral Gables. Fla,
and Selxas. of Philadelphia,
figured to be placed on the
squad.
Luis
and Leonel
Thompson
Peralta wound up their training
program In excellent condition
today for their much talked-
about scheduled return clash
Sunday night at the Panam
Gym.
Peralta was the more Impres-
sive of the two throughout the
training grind In which he re-
peatedly demonstrated his
crushing punching power. Leonel
Is out to win by a quick knockout
to avenge his first and only de-
feat as a pro suffered against
Thompson the first time they
met.
Thompson, on the other hand,
went through his training period
with high hopes of crashing local
flstlana's championship circle by
moving on to a title match with
Wllfredo Brown, present light-
weight king, after scoring anoth-
er convincing victory Sunday.
The unbeaten Thompson con-
centrated on speed during his
tune-ups. However, his sparmates
were shaken up more than once
as he occasionally let loose with
a hard one.
The four semlflnallsts on the
Erogram are also in great shape,
eto Scantlebury hopes to kayo
flashy Carlos Watson and climb
to the upper bracket of the 135-
pound division while reports
from Colon indicate that Watson
is in excellent condition and ex-
pects to win decisively.
The other semlflnallsts, Vicen-
te Worrell and James Milton, are
In the best condition of their
promising careers. Milton, a ter-
rific puncher, and Worrell, a good
boxer who carries a good punch,
should stage an excellent fight.
The four-round preliminary
between Fidel Morris and Victor
Ardlnes also promises to be an-
other fight with slugger vs. box-
er. San Bias Indian Morris Is the
killing puncher in this one. with
Ardlnes being the superior boxer.
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Santa Cruz Sports
BY GILBERTO THORNE
The high riding Rawlings club,
which ran through the first half
season of the Intermediate
League schedule with a string of
six victories and no defeats
dropped their first two games of
the second half schedule to Phil
Walker's "Incas" (32-34) and to
Celina Leach's "Volts" (50-291.
Incas, which ended the first
half with third place and a 2 won.
4 loss record, is now on top with
2 victories and no losses. Alza-
mora's "Keds" share the second
place with "Volt" both winning
one game and losing one,
oOo
Probable Montlcello League
schedule beginning Monday, July
16, and ending Saturday, Aug. 14:
Monday: Deportivo Max vs.
Tanner Shoe; C.Y.O. vs. BAM, Jr.
Thursday: Tanner Shoe vs.
C.Y.O.; Duco Wilson vs. Deportivo
Max.
Saturday: Duco Wilson vs.
C.Y.O.: Tanner Shoe vs. BAM,
Jr. (at Parasoi.
Monday 23: C.Y.O. vs. Deporti-
vo Max; BAM, Jr. vs Duco Wil-
son.
Thursday: Deportivo Max vs.
BAM. Jr.; Duco Wilson vs. Tan-
ner Shoe.
Saturday: Tanner Shoe vs. De-
portivo Max; BAM, Jr. vs. C.Y.O.
(at Parasoi.
Monday 30: C.Y.O. vs. Tanner
Shoe; Deportivo Max vs. Duco
Wilson.
Thursday. Aug. 2: C.Y.O. vs.
Duco Wilson; BAM, Jr. vs. Tanner
Shoe.
Saturday 4: Deportivo Max vs.
C.Y.O.; Duco Wilson vs. BAM, Jr.
(at Paraso).
Last
Performances
of
RAUL i
LAP0RTE
and the
MELODAS del PLATA
ORCHESTRA

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TRA, don't miss the opportunity to-
night! Dance to the lilting Argen-
tinian rhythm of this famous or-
chestra and singer!
ROBERTO MORALES and HIS CUBAHABANAS will present an
original Mambo-Dramatization of tropical rhythm!
Special performance of Rosita and Antonio, Zoila and Ivis and de Castro.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE1949 Ford V-8 Fordor
Custom. Con be finonced 0938
I Amador Road. Belboo. 2-3389.
ofttr 4:30 weekdays.
FOR SALI: 1946 Chryile. New
Yorker 4 door teden, fon. 4 new
tires, radio. Ai excellent buy.
Only $385 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. your FORD dealer on
automobile row.
TOR SALE: 1941 Chevrolet. Per-
fect condition. 6 tires. Must leave
5964-D, Smith Ploce. Dioblo.
FOR SAL:1950 Ford 2 door 0*
Lue Sin Sedon, block, rodio. loot
coven. food tiret. Only S44S
down. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
""Our FORD dealer on automoSile
FOR SALE:1940 Oldsrrcbile 2-door
sodn. excellent condition, S300 -
00. Mr White. House 8112-B.
Margarita, 3-2133 days, 3-1384
after 5.
FOR SAL:1950 Mercury 6 pe-
engei coupe, light fray, radio.
oat coven, good tirei. Onlv $600
down and drive it owoy. COLPAN
MOTORS INC. your FORD dealer
on automobile row.
'FOR SALE:1951 Radios for Dodge-
DeSoto and Plymouth. Colon Mo- '
tors Inc. Tlvoli Crossing. Tel. 2-
1704.
FOR SAL: 1950 Pontioc Si De
Luxe 4 Door Sedan, black, feot
coven, food tiret. A clean car.
Onlv $595 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. youi FORD Dealer on
automobile row.
FOR SALE: 25 Cycle 9 cu. ft.
Westinghouse refrigerator, excel-
lent, $100.00. 2^ cycle Apex
washing machine, excellent, $60-
00. Mahogany diningroom set $75.
00. 5 piece imitation Rattan with
2 end tables. 2 table lamps, SI00.
00. 2 grass rugs 9x6, gray. $12.-
00. Chest of drawers, 2 table lomps
$5.00. 25 cycle phonograph mo-
tot, $5.00. 6 piece odd porch fur-
niture $20 00. 4 mahogany chairs
$12.00. 7 ft. fish casting net, new.
$20.00. Odds and ends. 104-C,
8th Street New Cristobol. Tel. 3-
1939 for appointment or 3-1598
residence.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set, dining-
room set, studio couch, end table,
chairs. 2 Chinese chests. House
541 Guck.
FCR SALE:Westinghouse Refriger-
ator 9 cubic Feet; Peruvion loother
top tobies; rugs; porch screens.
Call Balboo 2-6371 after 5 p. m.
or week-end.
FOR SALE:Piano upright Grand,
small, 6 pc. wicker livmgroom set,
gas stove, youth bed. Telephone
916. Colon.
FCR SALE:6-piect set of three-
strond Rattan. Pretzel style. Con-
sists of two comfortable chairs, one
settee. coffee table, two end
tables. Completely refinished. Can
be seen 8122. Fourth Street. Mar-
gorito, between 4 and 6. $200-
00.
MISCELLANEOUS
">o you have o drinking problem?
Writ* Alcoholic! Anonymou*
o 2031 Aacoa. C 2
FOR SAL
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:One pr. genuine Eme-
rald ear rings. Price $50.00. Tele-
phone Panama 3-3437.
FOR SALE:Bond saw, craftsman,
twelve inch. Extra blades, $55 00.
Motor available. Currie, phone 6-
559, Gamboa.
TOR SALE:HAM Rodio transmitter.
150 watts, CW. Or phone, com-
pete with modulotor. HPIBR. No.
3, Avenido 2o. Son Francisco de
lo Caleta Tel. 3-0993.
OR SALE: 50 Ford convertible.
14,000 actual miles. Excellent con-
dition. Must sell this week. Phone
Albrook 2130.
FOP, SAL:1949 Nath 2 door se-
dan, light groen, 4 now tires and
not coven. Only S395 down.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer on outomobile row.
FOR SALE: Hudson Commodore,
radio, eat covers. reasonable
pr.ee. Call Gulick 88-264.
FOR SAL: 1951 Chevrolet two
,door Floctline De Luxe sedan, co-
.Ur maroon. Only 1.100 milos. 1.-
04)0 miles credit card goes with
*<(r. This enr still in guaranteed
ataricd Only $560 down and
Vive it away. This is an excellent
opportunity Your FORD deoler.
COLPAN MOTORS, on automobile
raw.
FOR' SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 4 Door
Styleline De Luxe, white sidewolls
and rodio. Excelfen condition. Lew
jrnlroge Phone rrornngs, 2-2136
B-JIboo
gFOPv-SALE:--:1940 Pontioc Coupe
recently overhauled. Tel. 83-6186.
2tTSALE: '949 Hudson Surer
SK 4-door sedan, radio, only 14.-
000 miles, excellent condition,
-,375.00. Tel. Balboa 29S4.
FOR SALE:Boby carriage and FiS-
s nette and waterproof pads. 1477-
B. Holden St.
FOR SALE:9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, over 2 years guaran-
tee. Radio-phonogroph RCA. House
8060-C Morgar.ta, phone 3-1320.
Wanted Position
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER. For steno-
graphic, typing and tronslotion
work bv experienced bilingual
stenographer on hourly or daily
I basis call Miss Clarita Sasso at
3-0334
: FOR SALE:Studio Couch $40 00.
Phone C. Z. 86-6226.
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFRS
FOR SAL
Sealed bids will be received until
I 10:30 A. M. July 17. 1951. for one
; X-ray developing unit, located ot
M.irqonta Hospital. For information
|and inspection, contact Mr. Mclllhen-
' ny, telephone 3-1797. Bid forms
may be obtained from Supply Section.
Colon Hospital. Acting Storekeep-
er, Cristobal, telephone 3-1256, or
from the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, telephone 2-
2777.
FCR SALE: Aquarium fishes. 22
varieties to choose from, plants 8
tvp0i. air volves stones, clear plas-
tic hose, food, 11 Via Espaa, op-
posite Juan Franco Stables, phone
3-4132.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clora.
Box 435 Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobol 3-1673.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFFSSIONAL
Houses ON BEACH Santo Clarq.
Phone SHRAPNEL. Balboa 2820 or
see caretoker there.
Gramiich'j Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages. Electric ico boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
Williams Santa Claro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Frigldoires. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
Ion
FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
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the last shipment
GLASS FINISHING RODS
we will be ablp to get while
"UNCLE JOE" acts so.
We also have
A large assortment of high
quality
HUNTING KNIVES
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
large ond one small bedrooms,
sitting-diningroom. kitchen, bath,
at 44th. Street East Bella Vista,
see De Castro. No. 24 B Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panami.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, both, at No. 20 Vio Espaa,
see De Castro. No. 24 "B," Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panama.
WANTED Expert beauty shop op-
erator for general work, man or
womon. Do not apply it not ex-
perienced. Solon de Belleza Filo's.
No. 4 "J" Street, Ponoma.
Help Wanted
J FOR SALE:Singer portable sewing
machine, English dishes on dmiscel-
loneous hou 0552-A. Chagrcs St., Ancon.
FOR SALE-One *ound equipment
with four loud '.oeokers. one 16
mm. RCA Cine Sound Projector,
one ONAN gasoline power plant
I 10 A. C. Sterling Prod icts Inter-
national. S. A.. 29 East St., No. 4.
telephone 3-1697. .
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:A beautiful lot, elevated
and plain, 1.100 sq. meters, sl-
tuoted at 10th Street- Paitilla. o
stone'* throw from 90th Street.
Coll at Cosa Foslich, Central Ave
161.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-
ment. Per Avenue No. 57. Coll
No. 8, 34 Eost St. Phone No. 3-
0746, Panoma.
FOR RENT:One bedroom, unfur-
nished, modern, independent apart-
ment. Garage. 168 Via Belisario
Porras.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartments
Bella Visto, two bedroom and one
bedroom, also bachelor opartment
with Frigidoire Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
opartment. completely independent,
with large balcony facing British
Legation and the sea. Garage. 30
Ecuador Avenuo.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
' rr.onlh. Morysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave. Near U. S. Em-
bossy. Coll 2-2341.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
I in CUSHIONS SLIP-COVER* ,nd
ni i t'liui s 11 him; call an or vlll
mir haw-room Custom bnlli furni-
ture onr speciality See out Orro-
ratur Fabrics free ?tmale NA-
TIONAL 1'PIIOI.STERV (A Reres) 1
r de la Ova No 77 (Auto Raw)
New Telephone 1-4KS
LEICA CAMERAS
Model lllr S.vncbrunisecl
LENSES ft ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW U.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shlpmrnt*
At Factory Prices.
Porras
Plaxa 6 dr Mayo
Panam. R. P.
WANTED: English speaking cook
with -references. Apply between 5
ond 7 p. m. 7lh. Street No. I 1 "El
Coco."
WANTED:A reliable moid with re-
ference for house work, cooking
and o little laundry. Can live in.
Cioblo 5182-B.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
ST USID CARS

.1 CIVA, S. A.
Your Cadillac Pontioc Dealer
[fOR. SALE: Jeep surplus. Phone
O Z. 86-6226.
! Responsible American couple desire
modern furnished house or duplex
in resiHentiol sect.on on Atlantic
Side. Coco Solo, 344.
FOR SALETwo dump-trucks Stude-
baker 1947 for $1.500.00. new
it;res. no batteries, bring your own
If interested. Coll Ponoma 3-0706
'. at 51st Street sand pit. Best bar-
gain in the market.
ifOR SALE1950 Nash Ambossador.
7 radio. Hydramatic. Goo-"* tire* Pri^e
5.1.750.00. Must sell. Can be
fnonced. Co'l 83-4145 anytime.
Otrs. 2178-B. Curundu.
tfOK SAI E1947 Crosley 2 Door Se-
. dan. Duty Poid House 23 Apt. 4.
50th St. Bella Visto
FOR SALE:
RCA Victor Radio
Phonograph Consoles
second-hand. 3 months
guarantee and free service.
25 or 60 cycles. Terrific
Bargain! Our loss, your
ealn.
PANAMA RADIO CORP
29 Central Ave.
Tel. 2-2566 or 2-3364.
:OR SALE:
1951 Ford Custom
Club Coupe V8 less thon 1.000
miles, beoutiful Silvertone grey fin-
ish full plastic seat covers, rodio. j
chrome wheel rings. New price '
R2.259. My price "SI.995.00. WIH
finance. See at Garages across |
from Balboa YMCA. Soturdoy and
Sunday.
PONTIAC USID CARS
- Guaranteed
CIVA. S. A.
Your Pontiac Dealer
"wanted
Automobile*.
ifc-MTED TO BUY Truck. mule
[type, large size. Will pov cosh.
rlerably without duty paid. Ap-
Ureto. No. 191 Central Avenue,
no.
kNTED TO BUYFords Chev.
polets. Mercurys Coupes and Se-
1946 1947 1949
11949 1950 -- 1951. We offer
oood prices Tel 3-0035 or Via
Halisano Porras. Estoction SAS.
rSSONS
Wait School of Doncing. Re-
| Opening Augu-t 1st. Registrction
July 18th. 19lh; 9:00 o. m to
p. m Balboa Ledge Ha'l.
2-2363. ,
Building material are our
speciality. See the large
stock of Building material
and famous
SHERWIN WILLIAMS
Paints
which we offer you at low-
est prices Prompt Service.
M North Ave Tel. 2-Mlt
3 Martin Sou SI. Tel. 3-1424

Requests Pour In
For New Series
Of C. Z. Stamps
Requests have been received
for about 7.500 first dav covers of
i he new series of Canal Zone air-
mail stamps of six denominations
which will eo on sale Monday.
It is expected that this lum-
ber will be increased considerably
by requests from local residents
before the opening day of sale.
In addition to these requests,
about 500 orders have been re-
ceived, manv from stamp dealers
in the United State*, lor mint or
uncancelled stamps.
The new issue, of about 3,500.-
000 stamps, is the largest since
August 1939. when a group of
stamps was issued commemorat-
ing the 25th anniversary of the
Canal.
The final shipment of the new
stamps from the Bureau of En-
Braving and Printing, where they
were prepared, arrived on the
Isthmus last week.
The number of requests for
mint stamps and first day covers
is below expectations, according
to Postal personnel. It Is believed
the demand Is comparatively
light because the new series Is a
permanent, rather than com-
memorative Issue, that will be
available to philatelists probably
for several years.
Requests lor first day covers
should be addressed to the Post-
office at Balboa Heights, which
acts as philatelic agency for the
postal service.
All envelopes bearing the new
stamps that are mailed from any
Canal Zone Postoffice on Mon-
day, the first day of sale, will be
marked "First Day of Issue."
The six new stamps all have
the same design, with a different
color for each denomination.
They were designed by John C.
Buechele. Architect In the En-
gineering Division.
The denominations and colors
are: lour cent, violet; six cent,
brown: ten cent, orange red: 21-
cent. light blue; 31-cent, lake
red; and 80-cent. black.
The new stamps are being Is-
sued because some of the present
denominations of airmail stamps
have become obsolete as a result
of changes in airmail rrtes. The
old airmail stamps wilt remain
on sale until the supply is ex-
hausted.
Peron Declares
Argentina Doesn't
Want US Dollars
BUENOS AIRES, July 13 (UP>
President Juan D. Peron said
today that Argentina's raw mat-
erials make her independent of
the American dollars so eagerly
sought by other countries.
"Dollars don't interest us. be-
cause we have raw materials."
the President said. "We want
merchandise and machinery, but
we are not Interested In dollars."
Peron made these statements
to a group of employes of the
Chamber of Deputies who had
come to urge him to seek reelec-
tion in November.
Eva Peron also spoke to the
legislative employes, telling them
that the President's Peronista
Party is not political party but
a "national movement" which
will be "eternal, because all men
of g wdwlll understand it, Join it
and support it."
Trinidad Discovery
May Be On Track
Of Athlete's Foot
PORT OF SPAIN. July 13 (UPi
Medical research experts here
today reported the discovery of
a new antibiotic drug which may
prove effective against athletes
loot, ringworm and other fun-
gus infections of the human
body.
Dr. A. C. Thayssen, head of
Trinidad's microbiological insti-
tute, said that "comlrin." an
antibiotla isolated and developed
by Dr. W. G. Forsyth of the insti-
tute staff, is now being tested at
a number of research laborato-
ries in various parts of the Brit-
ish Commonwealth.
(toUeifie*
with Zeln tMar f 3,9
Mod 1*52
# Now with syncfo roropur shut-
ter allow lyncronluitlon till
1 SMth of second, new com-
binaliun back actuinoda 11 n g
both the 2 1/2x2 1/2 and 1 x
1 1/2 Inch picture Ize.
# You are cordially Invited to
Inspect the latent model.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
,adjoining International Hotel)
and Camera tort
(Lobby Hotel El Panam)
ON DISPLAY!
"Royal Enfield"
500CC
M0N0CYCLES
[?0OLfiG
* "th ot May Plaza
Plane To Guard Gas
SPRINGFIELD. Mass. (UP) _
New England's first natural gas
pipeline 500 miles long, .will be
patrolled by .a speclally-eqi'ip >ed
plor.r to assure deper/Jable ga>
service,}
Pre-Birth Injuries
Lead To 2-Yr.-0ld's
Suit For $10,000
ATLANTA, July 13 (UPIThe
Georgia Suj.me Court ruled
yesterday thrt a person has the
right to sue for damages suf-
fered before birth.
The court reversed a lower
court's dismissal of a $10.000
damage suit brought by two-
year-old Margaret L. Tucker
through her father.
It held she was entitled to seek
! recourse for Injuries allegedly
[received three hours before her
i'rth ii the wreck of nn ambul-
nre <' 'i wa. f'-i"j her mo
I ther to a hospif.-L
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
60 Candle Power of Modern While
Light. Burn 50 Hour On 1 gal. of
Kerosene. Ue W, AIR Only ".
KKROSF.NK. Absolutely Safe It
onnot Explode Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Oprale II
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All Peril Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARF and
FURNITIRR Store
Distributors:
WONG CHANO, S. A.
('nliin lh SI. A Balboa Ave
Tel. 303
Panam 3 Central Ave.
Tel. i-jes;
DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoli Ave Aot I
Offlee: Tel -33S7 Home S-4S1
HOURS Manda thro trida?
rio n a.m
Memtay Wednesday rhursda
M S m
Satardaa -tarn lo I a m
Jlanalac
INSTA'NT
Fat-Free Powdered Milk
'iur.r I with Vitamin D)
for
DRINKING
for
COOKING
for
WHIPPING
Farm Fresh
Flavor!
On Sale in
P. C. Co. Commissaries.
Commy Cash Plan
For All US Rate
Stores Approved
Adoption of the cash sales plan
for all U.S.-rate Commibaary re-
tail stores has been approved and
the change will be made gradual-
ly over a period of several
months, L. B. Moore, Supply and
Services Director, announced Fri-
day."
It Is planned to convert the
stores to cash purchases indivi-
dually as equipment becomes
available and personnel can be
trained. The larger stores, such
as Balboa and Cristobal, will be
the last to be converted.
It Is not presently planned to
adopt the system to the local-
rate stores and this will be con-
sidered only after the plan has
been given a thorough test In all
U.S.-rate stores. Mr. Moore said.
The cash sales plan has been
tested at Ancon Commissary for
the past four months and was
instituted this week at Curundu
Commissary.
The change from coupon to
cash purchases is being made
primarily for customer conveni-
ence, most of the Ancon store
customers having expressed a
preference for the cash plan, the
Supply and Services Director
said.
The Commissary Division Is
placing a requisition for a con-
siderable number of cash regis-
ters suitable for use in the larger
stores, and converting existing
coupon registers to cash In the
smaller stores. Aside from this
special equipment, most of the
stores will require minor altera-
tions and personnel must be
given special training before ins-
tituting the new system.
The rule requiring customers to
present proper Identification
when making purchases under
the cash system at Ancon and
Curundu commissaries illl also
be strictly enforced at the other
U.8.-rate commissaries at which
the cash system is adopted, the
SuddIv and Services Director
S!id, This procedure, together
with the law making it a crim-
inal offense fo ra person not en-
titled to the Commissary pri-
vilege to enter a. commlary, has
nroved highly effective, Mr.
Moore said.
RED PROPAGANDA
JMMlNfiTAKS
(Continued from Page 1))
cerlty and pressure tactics In
breaking off the talks.
While the armistice talks broke
off over the issue of letting Uni-
ted Nations newsmen enter the
Kaesong area the real reason for
the breakup is much deeper.
It is whether the United Na-
tions delegation and the Commu-
nists are meeting as equals to
work out an honorable armistice,
or whether it is to appear In
Communist propaganda that the
United Nations are julag. lor
peace on Red terms.
RidRway has already t4jld the
Communists In blunt, terms that
if they insisted their armed
guards are needed in "neutral"
Kaescng then the talks should be
moved elsewhere.
Ridgway's broadcast terms Tor
the resumption of the ceasefire
talks was addressed to the top
Red Army commanders Generals
Kim n 8ung and Peng Tse Huai.
It set these terms:
1) That a five mile neutral cir-
cle centered on Kaesong. All
roads within this circle and lead-
ing to it to be completely free
from armed personnel. (United
Nations personnel were under
constant armed guard during the
first two meetings in Kaesong
and the roads were lined with
Comunlst soldiers as the United
Nations convoys passed.
2i Both sides to refrain from
any hostile act In this area dur-
ing the conference period;
31 That the total personnel in
the area be limited to 150 for each
side; (There was no previous
limit to the size of the armistice
delegations, but the Communists
far outnumbered the United Na-
tions delegates):
4) That the makeup, of each
delegation's party be the subject
solely of that delegation's choice
and not subject to any veto by
the other side. (Ridgway told the
Communists earlier that as of
Thursday the selected newsmen
would be part of the United Na-
tions delegation, but the Com-
munists objected on the grounds
that their admission to the con-
ference zone was not "opportune."
There has been no way to con-
trol who enters Kaesong from the
Communist side and Red news-
men have been in the city from
the start.)
5i That the persons in the ac-
tual meeting room be determined
by the agreement of both sides, as
was done for the first two meet-
ings.
Judge Learned Hand
Restores Reds Bail
By JOHN MARTINCO
NEW YORK, July IS (UP). Judge Learned Hand of tha
Federal Court of Appeals yesterday upset a lower court bail rul-
: ing and ordered 15 Communist leaden freed from jail.
They were locked up Wednesday night after Federal Judge.
Sylvester Ryan revoked their $176,000 ball on grounds that tlia
leftist Civil Rights Congress,- which posted the funds, is "total-
ly unresponsible."
Hand reversed Ryan and ordered the Communists released
in the original bail.
Judge Hand also parolad, on {10,000 bail each, mystery writ*
er Dashiell Hammett and Dr. W. Alphaeus Hunton, trustees of
the congress' ban fund. They had been sentenced to six months
In Jail by Judge Ryan for contempt of court in refusing to name
those who provided the ball money.
The 15 Communists were order-
ed freed by Judge Hand shortly
before another CRC ball fund
trustee, millionaire Frederick
Vanderbilt Field, was questioned
by Senate Investigators seeking
to learn who paid $80,000 bond
for four convicted Communist
I leaders who Jumped their bail
and now are fugitives.
Judge Hand ruled that the 15
Communists, charged with con-
spiracy to teach and advocate
violent overthrow of the govern-
ment, were to be freed on their
original bail until the Federal
District Court inquiry Into the
Civil Rights Congress bail fund
Is completed.
Judge Ryan Wednesday can-
celed the ball of the congress
posted for 14 and which Field,
secretary of the bail fund, had
posted personally for one. Ryan
also disqualified both the CRC
and Field from acting as bonds-
men In his court.
Attorney Harold I. Cammer
asked Judge Hand's court for a
stay of Judgment on Judge
Ryan's order revoking ball for the
Last month a panel of three
Appeals Court JudgesJudge
| Learned Hand, Judge Jerome
Frank and Judge Augustus N.
Handordered the U. S. attor-
ney's office to accept ball from
the Civil Rights Congress.
When Cammer asked for a stay
on Judge Ryan's order, Judge
Hand asked:
"Didn't we say there should be
bail?"
U. S. Attorney Irving H. Say-
pol argued that Judge Ryan's ac-
tion was taken after new evidence
was presented concerning the
ball fund and Its trustees.
"He (Ryan) has revoked a
bail which we said should be
granted," replied Judge Hand,
one of the nation's most re-
nowned jurists who is retiring
after a distinguished career on
the Appeab Court.
"Our theory was that ball was
to be continued until the new in-
quiry-Is finished," Hand said.
"I cannot agree," Saypol said
hotly.
Judge Hand rose from th
bench, shook his finger at Say-
pol and said:
"Never mind whether you agree
or not. That's my order."
Judge Hand made It clear that
he was approving ball for the 15
only until the Inquiry into the
ball fund is finished, possibly to-
day.
Explosions, Fires
Sweep N. America;
No Sabotage Found
NEW YORK, July 13 (UP)
A series of disastrous fires and
explosions has killed 14 persons
| and caused at least $5,000,000:
damage across North America;
in 24 hour period.
Explosions blew up a building i
at a Dupont dynamite plant)
near Seneca. Illinois, killing four.
persons; fired 480.000 barrels ofj
gasoline and oil at Wilmington,
'California; and destroyed' a
closely guarded building at an
|Indianapolis jet engine plant.
Fires swept waterfronts at;
Charleston. South Carolina, and
'Long Island Sound, and raged,
throu'.'h thousands of acres a
i rich timberland In the State ofj
Washington and British Colom-
bia.
Officials had counted seven |
explosions, 38 forest fires and j
two other blazes up to midnight
last night.
No evidence of sabotage was'
found in any of the disasters.
US-Ausfralia-NZ
Link In Pacific
Defense Treaty
WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP)
The United States took two his-
toric steps to guarantee peace la
the Pacific yesterday by initial-
ling a mutual defense pact with
Australia and New Zealand and
fiublishlng terms of a "reconcll-
atlon" treaty with Japan.
Architect of both treaties was
John Foster Dulles. Republican
adviser to Secretary of State
Dean Acheson, who devoted
months of tedious diplomatic ne-
gotiations to working out the
far-reaching agreements.
The three-way Pacific alliance,
patterned after the North Atlan-
tic Security Pact but not quite as
strong In Its pledges, was Initiall-
ed at a State Department cere-
mony by Dulles, Australian Am-
bassador Percy C. Spender and
New Zealand Ambassador Sir
Carl Bersendsen.
Subject to Senate ratification,
the pact does not specifically
commit the United States to go
to war If Australia or New Zea-
land are attacked.
The key clause reads: '
"Each party recognizes that an
armed nttack in the^Paclfic area
on any of the parties would b
dangerous to its own peace and'
safety, and declares that It would'
act to meet the common danger
in accordance with Its constitu-
tional processes."
This means the U.S. Congress
would have to approve a war de-
claration. / '
The U.S.-Auslrallan-New Zea-
land treaty, which may later be
broadened to Include other Pa-
cific nations, will remain In force
indefinitely. But any country can,
withdraw on one year's notice.
Like the Atlantic Pact. It seta
up a top council of the Foreign
Ministers of the participating;
countries, and provides for "self-
help and mutual aid" to build up
each country's armed power.
The aid clause of the Atlantic
Pact has been put Into effect
through a multl billion doHar
U.S. arms shipment program,
but officials said there Is no pre-
sent plan for similar military as-
sistance to Australia and New
Zealand.
The Atlantic Pact binds its 12
members to regard an attack on
one as an attack on all, and spe-
cifically commits them to take
such action, "Including the use of
armed force."
Officials explained the milder
language of the Pacific pact on
grounds it would be difficult to
get a stronger commitment ap-
proved by the senate at this
time.
Letal Notice
UNITED STATES DIST1UC COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL.ZONE. .
Balaaa DWUIan
IN THE MATTER or THE ESTATE
or
Martha Eliiabtlk Ha-I.
BeeeMSl
No 8>C. Probata
N'iITlCK OF TIME SET FOR PROVING
Will, AM) HEARINU APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS
NOTICE i hanbjr (Ivan that a pe-
Itlofl Tor the probate af lha ill of
MARTHA ELIZABETH HART. *>-,..I.
and for tha iaatiartr* of letter of admi-
nistration with tha will tnnaiad to the
Public Administrator of the fanal Zona
waa filad in tbla Court on July I. l-l
and that July 21, lSl"at 9 o'clock -
m.. in tha Courtroom of thi Court at
Ancn, aaal Zone, haa baen aet for
tha hearing of aalcf petition, when and
where any peraon nterei'eri may appoar
and contest tha ante, and how cauaa.
if any. why laid petition ahould not be
granted.
l>ateil at Ancn, Canal Zona, thla
July US I.
I Sl)
C. T. McCORMICK, Jr.
Clerk of Court
By R. T. WIKTZ
Dap ity Clark ef Court
By Appomtmaatt JJk
Gin Di.tiller. ^k\
H.M. King George f"
TaiMpieray, Gordon It Co, ]

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House Junks Food Cost Clamp;
Labor's Heat On Wage Freeze
WASHINGTON, July 13 (UP) The House yesterday
junked President Truman's request for subsidies to hold
down food prices in the face of a fresh warning from labor
that it will revolt against wage ceilings unless the price
line is held. ,..
The Republican-Southern Democratic coalition was
firmly in the saddle as members by thunderous voice vote
agreed to knock food subsidy powers from the pending new
long-range controls bill. The Senate already has taken
similar action. __ ,
Earlier the coalition trampled down 159 to 139the
President's request for authority to build and operate Gov-
ernment defense plants when private industry cant or
won't do the job at a reasonable price.
Debate on the issue brought charges from Republicans
that Defense Mobilizer Charles E. Wilson, a former big
businessman, has "gone off the beam. Democrats retorted
that lobbyists were hovering in the wings feeding crippling
amendments to foes of strong controls.
Mr. Traman took the beating
the House li handing him in si-
lence. He told Mi weekly news
conference he will not comment
lurther on the controls bill!i be-
cause he has done everything he
can to get a good law and it is up
tTcongress to come through
Asked If he planned to maw a
"write your congressman ap-
peal to put public pressure be-
hind stronger legislation, the
Srvsldent ,ald he neVet-asked
people to do things like that. He
called it propaganda and aid he
does not believe in it.
He said when he was a mem-
ber of the Senate he never paid
any attention to inspired.Propa-
ganda drives. The kind of letters
to Congress he favored were
those that people write of then-
own volition. ..,,,,
(The Democratic National
Committee in Its weekly news
letter last Friday to local party
leaders throughout the country
urged them to prod voters Into
writing their congressmen In be-
half of a strong controls Mil.)
The new labor warning was de-
livered at an extraordinary meet-
ing of nearly 100 Congressmen
with three top union leaders The
labor men were representatives
of the United Labor Policy Com-
mittee, which speaks for 15,000,-
000 AFL and CIO member!.
AEL Preaideat William Green
and James Carey. CIO secreta-
ry-treasurer, both said labor de-
finitely will carry cut It oft-
repeated warnlnr that it will
net abide by wage controls un-
ices a "strong and effective
price control law Is passed.
But the House coalition listen-
ed to no appeals._______
'No Friend 01 High
Prkes Is labor's
Friend' CIO Warns
Issued by the spokesman of the
CIO Publicity Department in
Washington for the United Labor
Policy Committee, this warning
and an appeal was made to the
American people from represen-
tatives of 15,000,000 American
workers:
'Congress is letting down our
country's defenses.
congress Is now voting to
weaken the Defense Production
Act. We cannot have an effective
defense production program
without an effective stabilization
program.
'We believe that the American
people agree that so long as the
policies of the Soviet Union and
its satellites continue to threaten
free people anywhere, America
and the other free nations must
continue to build their military
power.. A cease-fire order in Ko-
rea does not justify a cease-fire
in our defense production or in
the campaign against inflation.
In the Senate a combination
of Dlxlecrats and reactionary Re-
publicans already has forced
through a bill that will Increase
the cost of living a dollar a day
for each and every American
family. A similar coalition in the
House of Representatives la now
following suit. There is no justi-
fication whatsoever for higher
prices now. Yet, lobbyists for the
profiteers are exploiting the pos-
sibility of truce In Korea to fur-
ther weaken price controls. Con-
gress is succumbing to pressure
from special Interest lobbies with
the excuse that the American
people "just don't care.
"Time Is running out, but there
are a few days left In which any
American family can write, phone
or wire their Congressman asking
his vote for an effective stabili-
zation program."
The Government is now oper-
ating under a temporary exten-
sion of the former controls law
that expires July 31. The Senate
has approved a weakened eight-
month continuation. The House
bill calls for a one-year exten-
sion.
The House left In its bill at
least temporarily an Adminis-
tration provision giving the gov-
ernment power to subsidize high
cost producers and processors of
non-farm materials who are
squeezed by price ceilings. But it
knocked out any chance that
such subsidies would be used to
pay food producers such as live-
stock processors.
The Senate bill removed the
entire subsidv proviso. Chairman
Harold D. Cooley, D.. N.C.. of the
House Agriculture Committee of-
fered the House amendment to
prohibit food subsidies and was
supported by farm congressmen
of both parties.
"The Issue is whether you are
willing to pay for your own
groceries... or whether you
want Uncle 8am to do it," said
Rep. Thomas G. Abernethy. D.,
Mitt.
Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott. R., Mich.,
offered the successful motion to
wipe out the requested power to
build government defense plants.
He and other Republicans said it
would give the government too
much power.
Government officials had said
they would have used the power
to build the nation's first big
plant for producing titaniuma
new and expensive metal being
used experimentally in jet en-
gines and other military equip-
ment.-
Scolfsboro Case
Parolee (barged
Again With Rape
ALBANY. N. Y., July 13 (UP)
One of the nine Scottsboro
case rape figures was arrested
here today on first degree rape
charges Involving a 13-year-old
Negro girl.
James Andrew Wright. 39, who
came here 15 months ago after
serving time in connection with
the notorious Alabama case of
the thirties, was arraigned In
police court and demanded an
examination which was set for
July 10. He was taken to Albany
county jail.
The girl, whose name was
withheld, said Wright attacked
her in the bedroom of her mor
ther's home July 3 and threat-
ened to "cut my throat" if she
told anybody( police said. They
added that the girl kept quiet
until yesterday when she told
her mother.
Wright settled here more than
a year ago through the efforts
of several Albany persons in-
terested in his welfare.
Dr. Joseph Robinson. Albany
Negro physician, said he spon-
sored Wright at request of the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People.
Robinson said he agreed to
find him a place to Uve and a
job. He added that he knew
Wright was on parole from an
Alabama prison.
Wright first was sentenced to
death, then after a second trial
was convicted and sentenced to
09 years imprisonment for his
part in the Scottsboro affair.
The case, which stirred up an
International fuss for years,
went before U. 8. Supreme Court
several times.
The nine Negroes, ranging In
ages from 13 to 21, were accused
of attacking two white girls in a
gondola car of a freight train at
Paint Rock, Ala., near Scotts-
boro, March 25. 1931.
The Negroes first fought seven
white boys accompanying the
girls and threw all but one of
the white youths off the car.
then took turns attacking the
girls, according to court records.
Appeals by the Negroes were
based on grounds that Negroes
had been excluded from the
Jury panel. They said they had
been framed by the girls.
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Hopes Said To Sway
Segregation Ruling
AUGUSTA, Oa., July 13 (UP)
Augusta political leader Roy
Harris today reported a "tip"
that the Supreme Court's ruling
on the South Carolina segrega-
tion suit will hinge on whether
Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson
runs for president.
Harris wrote In his paper, the
Augusta Courier, that this pre-
diction came from a source close
to the Supreme Court, whom he
would not identify.
"He says that If the Chief
Justice Is a candidate for Pres-
ident he will vote to destroy
segregation, and If the Chief
Justice Is not a candidate for
President that he will vote...
in favor of segregation, Harris
wrote,
Harris said his source, an in-
timate of Vinson and an ac-
quaintance of the other justices,
predicted a 5-4. decision, with
the deciding ovte cast by Vin-
son.
FELIX HAS NEW
MILLING WITH GUSTOTwo Korean women put plenty of
zip into their century-old method of grinding rice in a large stone
bowl on a side street in Pusan. They take turns pounding the
grain with the big wooden rams, while their children watch the
process with interest
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SIDENT AND MRS. AROSEMENA TO BE
8TS OF HONOR AT BANQUET TONIGHT
Y The President of-Panama and Mr. Alcibiades Aroseme-
n wi be the .ueats of honor at the banquet which the
Ifcanie-Ameriqiie Committee is divine at the Union Club to-
right on the oecasion of the celebration of Bastille Day.
Members of the Committee and their wives and members of
SAIlbnce Francaise and their wives will attend the ban-
iet.*
The Union Club will hold its annual Bastille Day Ball
tfcnigtit for ita members and their families.
e-Meitsen Weddini;
,ake Place Sunday
Jtiss Beverly Meltzen, daugh-
er'of-Wr. and Mrs. William
jteltzen of Curundu. Is to be mar-
fied to,James Ridge, son ol Mr.
UnJ MW.. Larry Ridge of, Los An-
eles. California. Sunday even-
gl July 15. at jeven thirty o'-
liloek, rt the Redeemer Lutheran
IJhnrctin Balboa
1 rjo wedding Invitations have
l>een Issued. All friends of the
hrlfle ahct groom are invited to
khe, wedding and to the reception
I thtch 111 be held m the Luther-
,i)Servlce Center Immediately
Jtir the ceremony.
Luncheon Honors
a. Lombard
Jilt. Octavio Mndez Perelra
^ltertalned at luncheon yester-
Eay aOier residence In Panama
n honor of Mrs. Eugene C. Lom-
Kasd of Balboa Heights.
pending Weekead
\t Sarita Clara
Mfr.Snd Mrs. Paul Wlr of Be-
lla Vista End their house guests,
Liiis Carol Ely of Rutherford.
[ [lach of New York City, are
leaving tcdav to spend the week
!*nd a, Santa Clary. Beach.
The Misses Ely and. Bach ar-
|ived Tuesday on the 8S Panama
irid will be with Mr. and Mrs.
[Vir until Julv 2(1 when they are
Lailln'> c.i the SS Cristobal for
Ttejv York.
will Join Mr. Flsk. After several
years with The Panama Canal,
Mr. Flsk resigned recently and
he and his family will reside In
San Francisco.
Parties Honor
Bride-Elect
Mr. and Mrs. Jaime de la
Guardia. Jr.. gave a dinner last
evening at their home In Pana-
ma In honor of Miss Maria Teresa
Healy and her fiance. Roberto
Alemn, who are to be married
Saturday evening.
On Wednesday everting Mr.
Aleman's brothers and sisters
gave a swimming party and buf-
fet supper for Miss Healy and
him. The party was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Bilonick on Golf Heights.
Mr. and Mrs. Guardia
Leave for Washington
Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Guardia
of Panama left this week by air-
plane for Washington, DC, They
expect to be gone several weeks.
Mr .and Mrs. Obarrlo
Entertain at Golf Heights
Celebrating Mr. O b a r rlo's
birthday anniversary. Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto de Obarrlo enter-
tained a group of their friends
at a cocktail buffet given Tues-
day evening at their home on Golf
Helghta.
lire men t and
re ell Party
fhe Engineering Section of the
Dredging Division is planning a
lllruier nance In honor of Mr.
kna Mrs. B. J. Fletcher who are
Eavln; the Isthmus soon after a
tthg residence here.
Mrs. Fletcher plans to sail for
|lew York with their children Ju-
r20. Mr. Fletcher will go to New
Irleans about August I, following
His retirement at the end of the
uonth. They will make their
lime in Parrott. Georgia, after
lilting relatives in Minnesota.
[The farewell party will be held
, 7 p.m. Wednesday. July 18, at
he Gamboa Golf-and Country
Sub. Friends of Mr. and Mrs.
fletcher may obtain tickets from
of the civil engineers of the
redging Division or by tele-
phoning to J E. Cole at 6-188 or
r274.
Flsk and Children
tying Tomorrow
IfMrs. John E. Flsk and her
alldi'en. Barbara and James, are
iving by airplane tomorrow for
|ouston. Texas, en route to San
rancisco, California, where they
Large Group Attends
All Star Luncheon
Mrs. Mary Thomason was a
new member present at the
monthly luncheon held Wednes-
day-at the Scottish Rite Temple
by the All Star Circle Club. Oth-
er members present Included the
Mesdames Dorothy Allen. Ruth
Baltozer. Ella Brown. Marguerite
Bouche. Nettle Bertrand. Maude
Cllnchard. Rose Cunningham.
Laura Davis. Celia Curry. Ethel
Clarke. Melba Harris. Rena Har-
vey. Irene Hasemann. Effle Mc-
Glade. Lavlna Pierce, Harriet
Powell, Estelle Price, Marian
Schaap, Catherine Sellens. Ruth
Straus. Mary Snow. Blanche
Wright and Florence Yard. Mrs.
Pierce. Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Davis
and Mrs. Brown were the hos-
tesses .
Guests attending the luncheon
and the car dand bingo party
which followed were. Mrs. May
Smith, Mrs. Bruna Butz. Mrs.
Agnes Heldenrelch, Mrs. J. W.
Purcell and Mrs. J. D. Sendell.
Large Tea Held
at Hotel El Panama
More than 200 members and
their friends attended the anni-
versary tea of the Women's Inter-
national Zionist Organization
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held Wednesday afternoon at Ho-
tel El Panama.
Navy Wire Club
to Meet for Luncheon
The Navy Wives Club will meet
for luncheon at 12:30 Tuesday at
Hotel El Panama.
Sorry Blonde Rues
Quitting Hubby
For Car Thief
HOMEWOOD, Ala., July 13
(UP)Her wanderlust took her
away from husband and Infant
son "with the wrong guy," a 19-
year-old pistol-pac king blonde
said ruefully today.
"I Just wanted to go somewhere
... anywhere," said shapely Mrs.
Judy Southerland of Columbia,
Tenn. And so she took up with
William (Buddy) Davis, 23, and
three weeks out of prison.
"I've known him now about
four months," Judy said in her
Jail cell where she was held for
Investigation by several Alabama
counties. ,
"My husband and brothers did-
n't like him. My husband was
jealous and didn't even want me
to talk to him. Finally, we had a
big fuss. My husband and broth-
ers decided to kill Buddy so I
thought we had better leave be-
fore there was trouble.
"He promised to go straight
and not steal any more cars. But
he broke his word right away."
Davis took Judy away from Co-
lumbia In a stolen car nearly two
weeks ago.
"After I fount! out It was stolen
It was too late," she said. "I did-
n't have any money to go home."
And so Davis stole two more
cars, then broke into a jewelry
store a Sylacauga, Ala. Two offi-
cers chased them yesterday when
they recognized a stolen Olds.
Davis, wearing only his trousers,
abandoned car and girl friend
and escaped In the underbrush.
Police captured the shorts-clad
Judy after she waved a pistol
half-heartedly and dropped It.
"I guess 1 started out with the
wrong guy," Judy said.
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P.M.
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8:00Lean Back and Listen
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8:30Morning Varieties
8:'45The Duke Steps Out
9:00NEWS
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Chief Weatherman
Reports June Rain
Well Below Normal
Rainfall at all Canal weather
stations was well below normal
during the month of June, ac-
cording to the monthly report
o O. E. Matthew, Chief Hydro-
grapher.
Pedro Miguel and Balboa
Heights had their driest June
since 1930.
The following rainfall totals
were recorded during the month:
Pedro Miguel, 5.25 inches,
which was 3.99 Inches below nor-
mal; Balboa Heights, 3.97 inches,
4.16 below the average; Cristobal
10.84 Inches, which was 2.68 be-
low normal: Gamboa 4.71 Inches,
which was 4.89 below average;
and 8.54 Inches at Gatun, or 3.-
64 inches below normal. ,
The skies were mostly cloudy
during the month, the winds
were light and the relative hu-
mldltv high.
Air temperatures were near
normal along the Atlantic Coast
and were above normal in the
Interior and along the Pacific
Coast, the monthly mean temp-
erature was 80.j degrees at Cris-
tobal, 81.3 at Madden Dam and
81.3 at Balboa Heights.
Runoff from the Gatun Lake
J>asln was six per cent below
normal but sufficient for Pan-
ama Canal need. A total of 17,
981 million cubic feet of water
was expended during the month.
15,482 of which came from run-
off and 2,499 of which was drawn
from storage.
The four drum gates at Mad-
den Dam were operated for
about 108 hours during June
with a total discharge of 3,924
million cubic feet, and the
needle valves were open for 90.
2 hours, discharging 1,659 mil-
lion cubic feet.
A total of 5.484 million cubic
feet of water was spilled at Ga-
tun Spillway during June.
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MRS. HUTCHINSON COMPLIMENTED with party
Mm. Manning Hutchinion was honored recently with a
no-host party ulven at the Fort Davis Officers Club by a
ronp of friends. Mrs. Hutchinson will be movin*. to the
. -;::e :;jo o the Isthmus in the near future.
Lira. Thomas M. Lamer and
I tj. J. H. Wiggs alternated at
Ui punch bowl.
- he other ladles who participa-
ted were: Mrs. Mllo Gardner,
I.is. A. E. Hill, Mrs. WD. Bai-
ley, Mrs. James Kennedy. Mrs.
David R. Kuhn. Mrs. Walter
fckeistaitis. Mrs. Robert Carroll.
Mrs. Louis Fournier. Mrs. T. L.
Eennett. Mrs. James Jess. Mrs.
8. J. Verga and Mrs. W. C.
Schmidt. -
iliower and Party
Honors Mrs. Page
Mrs. Olmedo Alafro enter-
tained Wednesday at her home
in Colon with a bridge party and
ncndkerchlef shower In honor of
J.-vj. Ruth Page.
The other guests were: Mrs.
Mtnuel Caldern of Panama Ci-
ty. Mrs. Jesse Byrd, Mrs. Enrtque
Esrventl. Mrs. W. W. Gould, Mrs.
William Hausei. Mrs. J. H.
Eomefeld. and Mrs. George Zlm-
mrman.
Ira. Serventl and Mrs. Page
won the scoring prizes.
Canasta and bridg were played
and the prizes were won by Mrs.
E. M. Stein, Mrs. L. A. Snead
and Mrs. H. E. Schmidt at bridge
and Mrs. L. E. Souders and Mrs.
W. W. Bernia at canasta.
The other ladles playing were:
Mrs. A. P. Anderson. Mrs. E. C.
Atkinson, Mra. F. H. Bonekamp.
Mrs. G. W. Dlttmanri, Mrs. A.
L. Jansen.Mrs. R. J. Netro, Mrs.
J. C. Novak. Mrs. F. C. Roepke,
Mrs. H. E. Schmidt. Mrs. W. E.
8impson. Mrs, V. E 8chweitzer
and her mother, Mrs Berry, Mrs.
J. J. Humes. Mrs. J. R. Wolfers-
berger. Mrs. M. A. Wilkinson,
Mrs. E. M. 8teln. Mrs. i. 8.
Rives and Mrs. M. L. Lllleboe.
of the Anti-aircraft Civilian Aux-
iliary Program" now under way
on the Isthmus. Colonel Lamer
who Is leaving for a States as-
signment, was thanked by the
president and chapter.
Captain Frank D. Stevens. USA.
who is also leaving soon was'
thanked by the president for his l
steady and active Interest in the
Chapter.
The president also welcomed i
five visiting Sojoumers from
other chapters and two civilian
guests.
It was decided to hold the Au-
gust meeting at the Fort Gullck
Officers Club on August 7 with
Lt. Dewey and Lt. Prehle in I
charge of the arrangements.
American Legion Auxiliary
Convention
The 30th Annual Convention of
the American Legion Auxiliary,
Department of Panama Canal
Zone, will convene Saturday at
2:00 p.m. and Monday at 9:00
a.m., In conjunction with the
American Legion Convention at
the American Legion Home in
Balboft.
Reports of activities during the
pa.-t year will be heard and offi-
cers will be elected for 1951.
Delegates from the six units of
this department will be present
and a unit in Aruba. N. W. I.. will
be represented.
The pre-conventton meeting of
the department executive com-
mittee-will be held at 11:00 a.m.
Saturday. July 14.
Transportation will be availa-
ble from the Balboa Railroad
Station to the Post Home for the
members from the Atlantic Side
who use the train.
Semi-Monthlv Meeting
of Ladles, of VP-45
Mrs. W. W. Stevens and Mrs.
James.Crlder were co-hostesses
for a dessert card party Wednes-
day for the ladles of Squadron
VP-45 of the Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion. The ladles meet twice a
month and newcomers are Intro-
duced at this time. Mrs. Barlow
was the new member at Wed-
nesdays get-together.
Captain and Mrs. Parsons Arrive
Captain W. 8. Parsons, who
will assume the duties to be va-
cated by Captain Robert Fahie,
arrived early in the week with
Mrs. Parsons and their children,
Miss Joanne and Billy Parsons.
They are temporarily occupying
the quarters recently vacated by
Commander and Mrs. I. J. Fran-
kel.
Informal Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bailey,
who recently returned from va-
cation, were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Adams
of Brazos Heights Wednesday
evening. The other guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of
Almirante.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown arrived
from New Orleans Monday and
have been the house guests of Mr.
and Mra. Bailey. They left today
by plane for Almirante.
Claire White Celebrates
Mr. and Mrs. Tracey White en-
tertained with a swimming party
and picnic supper at their Ga-
tun residence, in honor of their
daughter, Claire, to celebrate her
10th birthday anniversary.
The ground floor of the resi-
dence was decorated with red.
white and blue streamers and
bells. The birthday cake carried
out the patriotic motif with a
miniature confection flag and
blue tapers.
The guests were: Charline and
Stephen Boyes, Marilyn Defen-
baugh, Andra Lee Nash. Lucinda
Smith. Virginia Mauldln, Nancy
Gibson. Bill Harrison. Gilbert O'-
Sulllvan. Micky Cunningham. Er-
nest Stlebrltz and Billy White.
Kotary Meeting
The Cristobal Colon
Rotary Club held their weekly
luncheon meeting at the Strang-
ers Club Thursday.
Mr. Mario de Diego, manager
of the Colon Free Zone spoke to
the group about the recent devel-
opments of the Free Zone and of
the plans for the future.
National Sojourner Meeting
Thirty-one members and guests
of Caribbean Chapter No. 21. Na-
tional Sojoumers. gathered at the
Officers Club at Fort Davis Tues-
day evening, where they enjoyed
cocktails and a delicious turkey
dinner.
Colonel Thomas M. Larner USA,
commanding officer of Fort Davis
and the 764th AAA Gun Battalion
was the guest speaker and de-
scribed the "Aims and Purposes
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James Fernandez. Richard Van
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Bingo at Coco Solo Tonight
Bingo will be played at the Co-
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'Circus Doctor," by J. Y. Hen-
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one of the new books placid In
circulation by the Panama Canal
Library during the past week.
It la the story of Mr. Hender-
son's experiences as a veterinar-
ian lor the 700 domestic and wild
animals of Rlngllng Brother.- and
Barnum and Bailey Circus.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Science Mathematics, queen
and servant of science. Bell: The
nature of the universe, Hoyle.
Fine arts Antique reproduc-
llons for the home craftsman,
Yates; Assembly songs and cho-
ruses. Condon.
Fiction Collection Pest de-
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Cooke.
Travel and Biography Jour-
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doctor. Henderson.
Fiction The house across the
river. Bonham: Little men. big
world. Burnett: Web of de:tlny.
El wood: This Is the hour. Feuch-
twanger; Fire on the wind.
Garth; Man snd boy. Morris;
Flnlstere Peters; Reasonable
doubt Winter pseud.
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college blue book. Hurt; Modern
Lathi America In social science
literature, Behrendt; Guide to
American biography, Dargan.
New Editions and replacements
The red badge of courage.
Crane: Camille. Dumas: Henley's
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FRIDAY. JOLT 13, 1951

54 New Apprentices
Sifiri PC Training
In Dozen Crafts
Twenty-lour apprentice in 12
craft have been chosen for the
new Canal apprentice training
am which starts this month,
. been announced at Balboa
hts.
_* new apprentices have
started the shop training portion
Sflaeir apprenticeships and wUl
ttfctt class training in the near
future.
,. TJiose selected for the appren-
ticeships were chosen from
anwng 50 applicants who ranked
highest on examinations given on
May 26 and 27.
' The apprenticeships will extend
over a period of four years, qual-
ifying the trainees as master
craftsmen. '"'
The list of new apprentices fol-
low!
Electrical Division: William
Carlln, David Long and Thomas
Jordan, cablespllcers; James Nfl-
lts armature winder, and Charles
Sherry, Gerald Dare, William
HTOderson, John Corliss, Ralph
MUcolm, Jr., Burnlce Herring,
and Dan Nellls, wlremen.
Printing Press: Richard Ay-
cock, printer.
Motor Transportation Divisin:
William Clarke, mechanic.
Municipal Division: Edmund
Wothiak, mechanic.
Drudging Division: Edmund
Co*, machinist.
Terminals Division: James
Fraaer, electrician.
Industrial Bureau: John Pes-
coti, boatbullder; Charles SwJttfi-
V pipefitter; Leo Turner, hlp-
fltter; Leo Mclntire, machinist;
Robert Hanson,' boUernjaker;
James Ramsey, rigger; and Rob-
ert 0. Brown and Edward Bun-
gas, shipwright*: .,_.
Captain John J. Schlebeler, In-
dustrial Director. Is chairman pf
thi Apprentice-Learner Commit -
U, and Charles A. Dubbs,
Training Officer In the Personnel
Bureau, Is secretary. Other mem-
bers of the committee are: Dr.
Lawrence Johnson, Superinten-
dent of Schools; Harry A. Metz-
ler, Building Engineer; A. C. Dar-
lington, JUectrical Engineer; and
Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Di-
rector.
Philip T. Greene Is coordinator
of the apprentice-learner prog-
The examinations on which se-
lection of apprentices were based
included mental ability, mechan-
ical comprehension, mechanical
aptitude, numerical ability, spa-
tial relations, manual detxerlty
and assembly tests'.
Expert Says Top
Taxpayers Might
Shoot The Works
.''WASHINGTON. July 1. (DP)
Roswell Ma HI, New York at-
torney and tax expert, said to-
day that top-bracket taxpayers
lh six states would pay more
than 100 per cent In federal and
state taxes on seme of their in-
nhe under the new House tax
bill. '''.._..
Re warned the Senate Finance
Committee, which is considering
the 17.200.000,000 House measure,
that its approval by Copgf?*s
Would destroy men's incentive to
work harder and produce more,
at s time when more output is
heeded. :- -J
Without Identifying them,
gill said that In 10 states
taxpayers would be assessed
combined federal and state In-
come taxes ranaina from 97.5
to.'201.5'per cent on Income of
ore than MO 000 for a sin (tie
fth and $160 000 for taxpayers
filing Joint returns.
>
'In six states." the former
Treasury undersecretary added,
the combined federal and Stare
rate 'on Income over this level
Is rver 100 Der cent."
Maglll later supplied the com-
mittee with a table listing
these and the combined tax
rates as: California. 100.5; De-
laware. 100.75: Mlsslssiooi. 100.5,
MaWYork 101.5: North Cnmllna,
101 a; and Vermont. 10"825
A staff exoert for the Con-
trressio^al tar committees
promptly Challenged Maglll He
said the maxlm"m combined
rateafter deductlnr the state
tspt for federal income purposes
would be 94 89 per cent In
fcoth instances.
Neither Mp^'I nor the tax -
nort took into account other
levies such as no;s1ble state sales
taxes, real estate or personal
otpoertv taxes w*lch such ner-
sons mieht oav. These would be
In addition to any Income taxes
"Devils Sleep" At The "Lux"
Tonight "Cecilia" Tomorrow

Two special pre-vlews have
been lined up for the release of
the timely motion picture film
"DEVIL SLEEP"tonight at 11
o'clock at the "LUX" Theater and
tomorrow night at 11 at the "CE-
CILIA" Theater.
Few recent films have been re-
ceiving the acclaim such as "DE-
VILS SLEEP," a real life drama
of narcotic uses in the United
States. This Is a daring expose of
the drug traffic in "bennies."
"goofies" and "phenos," right
from today's shocking headlines.
It Is a film of flaming passions,
two fisted drama, of thrills, ex-
citement and tears a picture that
will never be forgotten.
Starring Lita Grey Chaplin,
John Mltchum and "Mr. Ameri-
ca," this motion picture Is a pow-
Venezuelan French
Exploring Team
Mapping Orinoco
CARACAS, July 13 (UP)Some
57 men set out. from, the Jungle
village of La Esmeralda yester-
day to seek out and map accur-
ately the headwaters of the
mighty Orinoco river.
The expedition Is Jointly spon-
sored by the governments of
Venezuela and France. A party of
15 scientists 10 Venezuelans
and five Frenchmen forms the
nucleus of the group, guides,
guards and bearers make up the
rest of the exnedltion.
The scientific party is headed
by Maj. Frans Risquez of Vene-
zuela and Prof. J. M. Cruxent of
France.
The Orinoco River, which wat-
ers nearly half of eastern Co-
lombia and almost all of Vene-
zuela, Is fed from the south by
streams whose source is some-
where in the lungled highlands
of Venezuelan Guiana, along the
border between Venezuela and
Brazil These watercourses never
have been fully explored or
chartered.
erful Instrument for spreading
the warning about sleeping pills
carriers of death that are sold
openly In the nation's drugstores
without medical prescriptions.
You will see how school children
all over the nation are engulfed
Into a life of shame and crime by
that lowest form of humanity
the dope peddler.
"DEVILS SLEEP," tonight at
the LUX and tomorrow at the
CECILIA, Is not a fairy tale, but
Ufe itself! "DEVILS SLEEP" takes
you on an adventure more start-
ling then your wildest dreamsit
goes deep down Into your heart,
and shocks you!
Nye Bevan Wants
To Swap Advice
For Air Bases
LONDON, July 13 (UP)Fiery
Aneurin Bevan and his leftwing
Laborltes demanded last night
that Britain receive a. greater
role In planning the defense of
Western Europe, In return for
permitting the United States to
set up air bases in the British
Isles.
The demand was made in a
pamphlet, entitled "one way on-
ly," Issued by the left-wing fac-
tion of the Labor Party. Bevan,
who quit as Health Minuter last
spring to protest large-scale
Western rearmament, leads the
group.
Bevan and his followers Im-
plied that Britain should con-
sider withdrawing permission
for establishment of U. 8. bases
here, unless the U.S. adopts, a
calmer attitude toward some of
the key Issues of war and peace.
"The existence of these vital
American bases on our territory
gives us the right to play a
much bolder part In shaping
the strategy of the alliance than
we have yet exercised," the
pamphlet said.
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BRINK'S HOLDUP FOILED Lucky Del Castro, West Side hoodlum who spent 19 of the
last 38 years In prison, lies shot to death in a Chicago street after he and two companions
were routed by Brink's Express guards who fought off bandits' attempt to rob armored car
loaded with money. -^ _____
IN HOLLYWOOD...

BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA) Ex-
clusively Yours; It's only a mat-
ter of weeks now. and some more
financial Juggling, until Veroni-
ca Lake and hubby Andre de Toth
announce that their marriage
has failed.
I.
Jane Wyman has tossed her
tonsils Into the race for singing
honor. She just recorded two
songs with Bint Crosby.
Raise Alan Ladd's mltts In vic-
tory. He Just won his TV rights, a
hot point In his contract with
Warner Bros___Kirk Douglas'
ex-wife Is due back in Hollywood
with a movie role in sight. Kirk
moves out of the home she took
In their divorce settlement,...
Robert Young knows best. He's
quietly made a pilot TV reel for
his "Father Knows Best" radio
show.
Claudette Colbert may be play-
ing a grandma, opposite Macdon-
ald Carey, in "Let's Make It Le-
gal," but she'll have her glamor
inning. She wears a bathing suit
in two sequences.
With Barbara Stanwyck, Hedy
Lamarr and other stars letting
their possessions go to the high-
est bidder, you can sum up a mo-
vie queen's career this way:
"Lights, camera, auction."
The whisper from 10 per cent
row Is that Ted Stauffer, Hedy's
new groom, will try for a movie
career.
There's a showdown coming up
between Tony Curtis and UI on
a salary lump because of his big
box-office click In "The Prince
Who Was a Thief." He's got Janet
Leigh but very little moola.
"With a Sonr in My Heart," the
Jane Froman film biography at
Fox, will skip any mention of the
entertainers who crashed with
her on the ill-fated Lisbon plane.
A fictitious character called
Jennifer Mack will serve as a
composite of Tmara and Lor-
raine Rognan, who lose their
lives, and Gypsy Markoff. who
was hospitalized for years.
A hush-hush movie tagged
'Rivers of Grass," made by the
Danches Brothers In Florida, Is
being secretly edited. It concerns
the smuggling of Cubans into
America a theme Hollywood
ducked in Hemingway's "To Have
and to Have Not."
Neatest trick of the month: Li-
sa Howard, playing the role of a
mother In "Post Road" at the
Deanville Beach Club. She also
does the crying for the baby----
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NEW YORK-BY THE SEA
Do yon know New York, the Summer resort? Some New
Yorkers do, but mostly It is the Summer visitors who find its
enchantment. As Manhattanltes buck the ion* snakes of traille
toward the crowded beaches o Long Island or leafy Westches-
ter or fan themselves and their frayed tempers on week-end
trains to the country, the out-of-towners take over. Some 2.-
000,000 of them will be here in August alone.
Not aU of them will head for Rockefeller Center,
which, during the Summer months, has something of the
feeling of a circus midway. The flags of all nations are a
* colorful frame for the sunken plaxa and Its fountain. The
flowers are in bloom; the leaves of the plane trees stir
gently. The crowds move along, slowly, drifting aimlessly,
looking skyward at the shafts of Indiana limestone.
Everyone photographs everyone. The benches are crowded
with peoplepeople just sitting, sitting holding hands,
writing to people back home, people resting their weary
feet, people enjoying a cigar as they read the home town
PPer.
Up in the Cloisters, facing the majestic Palisades of the Hud-
son, the monastic setting of medieval Europe Is recreated. From
the distance, ancient music is heard. An herb garden enclosed in
a boxwood hedge that Erasmus might have known Is admired and
understood by a couple of Iowa school teachers and a Brooklyn
policeman. A taxi driver from the Bronx likes to come up and
enjoy the view of the Hudson from the terrace. "It calms me."
Central Park is crowded and perspiring, with every day a
holiday through the long, lasy Summer months. Mothers playing
with their children, youngsters screaming at the seals or dis-
covering the Zoo or dancing In the Sheep Meadow or old playing
men chess In the shadows, a sailor rowing his ladv love through
the Venice-like lakesall details In the picture. But the real pic-
ture Is not the Park, but the view o fthe towers of Manhattan on
all sides."
Labor News
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
The boat trip around New York. J. P. Morgan never had It so
ood. You couldn't enjoy the Island any more If you owned the
orsalr. How big. how beautiful Is New York, really? See It from
the river, and see It from all sides, If you really want to find out.
The theatrical effect of the massed skyscrapers of Lower Man-
hattan, looking like a stage backdrop. The concrete ribbons of
highways that rim the Island, arteries through which the city s
Hie flows. Sutton Place and Beekman Place and their little pic-
ture gardens, the massed wealth of the world In a few short
blocks. '
The shop windows of Fifth Avenuethere is no better show In
New York. It Is worth all the beating and the exhaustion that
you'll get out of the twenty-block walk. Window shoppers know
about Lord St Taylor's. What they do this month In New York
will be done in a lesser way In a hundred cities around the world
by next month.
A show? Sure, but which one? New Yorkers know by
second sight which plays are hita and which are turkeys.
But thousands of New York visitors haven't seen a play in
ears. Some, never. They've read, they've heard, but not
n a way that it gives them a great urge. A bellbov or a
taxi driver recommending "The King and I" or the bright,
fresh, new "Oklahoma!" may make a sate. But the theatre
has a kind of suspended life for the Summer.
Not the movies, though. Unlike the theatre, the movies have
their best pictures opening in the Summer, and the air condi-
tioning Is the one sure relief from the heat when everything else
falls. They haven't built air conditioning into TV sets yet.
Visitors to New York like to go to restaurants where "you
don't have to be someone"where the food isn't anv more ex-
pensive than it Is back home, where no one minds whether you
are In a sports shirt or shorts or whatever you're wearing. But
for those who want glamor and adventure with food there are
restaurants that do pink lamb the way the French like it. and res-
taurants that specialize in skewered mutton the way the Syrians
like It. and fine old restaurants down on the lower East Side
v, here bearded patriarchs sip soup with Matzoth balls while thev
keep their black felt hats on. and Italian reatauranV that spe-
cialize In scampi and langulnl that top anything vou can get in
Florence, and there's Sweet's down on Fulton Street, which many
people consider the finest seafood restaurant in the world. And the
mechanics and the fine coffee at the Automat and the celebrities
at the Stork Club, Lindy's or Reuben's.
Trip are events set up in the minds of a visitor before he gets
here. Sometimes they're set up in a New Yorker's mind, too, but It
takes him a lot of time and effort to get around to making them.
Like a trip to the Statue of Liberty, reading aloud the welcome
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to
breathe free.." And Hayden Planeatarium. which is a whale of a
howsometimes "The End of the World." Thrills? People faint!
Churches are for the eye as well as the spirit. There are the
dark, cool recesses of St. Patrick's where people come to pray in
the early hours of the morning. The magnificent stone arches of
the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. That beautiful nest of green
of the hawthorne tree, snuggling in the recess of Temple Emanuel.
The afternoon light that pours through the stained glass of St.
Tilomas'.
The glass face of the United Nations Building will be
a decoration around which a whole park will be built, and
a part of Manhattan's face changed. It is an Idea and a
symbol, with a meaning and an importance that is bound
to grow. Curious, too. the wav this stark, modern monu-
ment to man's good will Is situated where it is, for north-
ward, along New York's East Side, there are colonies of
Italians, Slovaks, Hungarians, Poles Germans, and to the
South Syrians, Armenians and others from the Near East,
Russians and Rumanians, Italians and a miniature Chin-
ese city.
When you fly across America at night, cities are big cities or
little cities, depending on how big a scar of neon they make
through the darkness. In all the world, Broadway is the biggest,
brightest, best. It has changed, sure, as we all have. There is the
smell of taffy and the bray of music amplifiers. It is the theatre
and all its wonder and magic. It is people, people in their Satur-
day night mood. It is New Year's Eve. It Is the greatest spectacle
" the world for the visitor who comes to New York for the first
time. It Is the greatest spectacle in the world for all of us who
vere born here. too.

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL
PARK, Va. America can vaca-
tion and no world tension
will stop It, so speedily are we
on our way to making enough
guns, tanks, planes, ships and
even automatic target seeking
antiaircraft weapons to pro-
tect us.
That's the word from the In-
ner office of Charles Wilson's
war mobilization headquarters.
Industrialists who were un-
certain whether or not they'd be
asked to keep their plants fully
manned right through the sum-
mer, and skilled war workers
who thought the old fly rod
would never come out of the
can, have been told that neither
the National Production, Autho-
rity, the Defense Production
Authority, nor the Office of
War Mobilization has any in-
tention of asking any employer
to change his contractual obli-
gation with any union regard-
ing vacations. There had been
uncertainty for a while.
It makes m difference
what happens in Korea or
Iran, Our defense plants are
rolling swiftly enough to give
the nation a chance to lose
its tension. And meanwhile,
the morale is high in the
war plant areas, even
among those who are not
yet eligible for extended
holidays.
Reason Is that some 20,000
companies are spending at the
rate of half a billion dollars a
year for the recreation and en-
tertainment of their people.
And this is Just about $$50,000,-
000 more than last year, the
Washington experts point out.
So morale Is high despite the
Irritations which seep Insidious-
ly Into speeded up war plants In
crowded communities.
What does the $500,000,000
buy? Everything from country
clubs to baseball leagues. Up In
New York, fo rexample, the Ra-
dio City chorus girls enjoy al-
most country club "working"
conditions, for there, behind the
facade of Rockefeller Center,
the 000 Music Hall employes
avail themselves of landscaped
gardens and handball and ten-
nis courts.
For those dancing girls,
members of the AFL's Cho-
rus Equity, Radio City sup-
plies four or five screenings
of new pictures each week
and the stage hands,
grips, propmen and others
may drop in when they
want. Colds, sore throats
and pulled ligaments are
cared for by a nurse, always
on duty. And for stormy
weather there are overnight
dormitories, and a private
restaurant where lunch is
40 cents and dinner a dollar.
There are employers who
worry when their people can't
get out In the sun. Like West-
lnghouse in Chicago, equipped
with fluorescent sunlamps that
daily tan some 300 employes.
There are 7,000 companies
which spend millions on at least
three or more-regular sports, an
Increase of 5,000 such companies
In the past 6 years.
Out In the Detroit area some
weeks ago, I learned of a new
All Industrial National Fast-
ball League," the fastest soft-
ball sompetitlon in the country.
In it, the teams from Ford,
Hudson Motors and Brlggs
Beautyware battle clubs from
Pontlac's General Motors Truck
and Coach, Fort Wayne's Zoll-
ner Pistons an d Midlands
(Mich.) Dow Chemicals.
There the fastball-softball
whizzes give a quarter of a mil-
lion or so war workers a chance
to blow steam and hoot, not only
at the opposing nines, but at
the unclean guy who walks up
and whispers stuff like "why
work hard for Wall Street and
Imperialist armies?"
The time has not yet
come, but both the employ-
ers and the union workers
are ready for it if things get
as intense as they did dur-
ing the last war and shifts
go around the clock. Then,
companies scheduled ball
games at 2 a. m. so the noc-
turnal shifts could hit the
diamonds.
But it Isn't Just half a bil-
lion dollars' worth of baseball
that amuses our country's work-
ers. Recently, the National In-
dustrial Conference Board ex-
perts surveyed the field and
listed the hundred most ponular
recreations paid for bv all this
folding money. Baseball was
ninth on the list. First came
bowling, then Softball, golf,
basketball, picnics, horseshoes,
nartles and. after a while, the
list worked itself down through
horseback riding, boxing, touch
football (number 67) and deck
tennis '98th). Last came ma-
gazine editing.
And out of It all. we get a
SDeedier, more efficient, as well
as better humored, industrial
world.
"What a worker does after he
leaves the factory has a strong
bearing on the way he performs
his Job the next day," the ex-
perts say. "A man who plays
baseball or bowls in the even-
ing will be able to turn in a
better day's work than one
who kills time in a tavern."
Apparently, wi'rt getting
enough full days work to enable
America to go vacationing. And
It certainly Is.
(Copyright 1951 Post-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
Cause and Effect

The Things
By BOB RUARK



NEW YORK. The malevolence of the in-
animate object toward the human being, on a
day when the stars are crossed and the planets
spin backward, has always appalled me. I have
seen a mantelpiece deliberately reach out and
strike an innocent bystander on the temple.
The egga burn, the stove catches fire, the
plumbing goes on the bum, and every rug Is a
booby trap. You bust your knuckles on the lce-
tray, and all the fuses give a tired wheeze and
blow.
When I got up, the other day, the first thing
the bed did was bite me on the shin. I could
have told you then that I would slash a rasher
oft my upper Up shaving, and that the coffee
would scald my tongue. That was the day I
missed the airplane by one minute, went off
without keys and forgot my wallet. Had I at-
tempted suicide, the rope would have snapped.
Some people seem especially tailored for
catastrophe at the spiteful hands of the ma-
chine. I am one of them and a big or beauti-
ful gal named Peggy Lee Is another. Miss Lee
cannot cross a room without sprawling full
length Into the baleful bric-a-brac. Rugs leap
at her legs and trip her. If she sits on a
chair, it collapses. The first (me she ever met
her husband, she stumbled, trod his corns and
burled her snubbv nose in the carpet at his
feet.
Peggy Is the girl who afflicted us with a song
called "Maana," and who sings as pretty as
she looks. She may be the opium of the Juke-
box addicts, but to her friends she is Just a
menace to the furniture.
Once, In a vital public appearance, Peggy
stalked down a flight of stairs, stepped on her
dress and walked right through the dress. She
was singing with Benny Goodman, one time,
and a musician snaked a chair from under her.
She toppled in the bassdrum and wrecked the
bandstand.
She fell over a footstool at a radio broadcast,
on another occasion, and presented the audience
with a delightful view of Lee's face burled in a
tuberous begonia.
She has been bitten by her own anklestraps
and was almost fatally injured by an electric
reducing, horse, until a kindly electrician shut
off the Juice and saved her life. You would
suppose Miss Lee is clumsy, which la not true.
It is Just that chairs sneak snidely into her
path and stairs quiver beneath her feet like
quicksand. On purpose. Malice aforethought.
I know another lady, named Ruth Borden,
whose Innately sweet nature may have been
somewhat curdled by the manufacture of about
18 soap operas. Miss Borden is hysterically
susceptible to sabotage by nonbreathlng objects.
She is fond of cooking, but when Ruth is chef,
a devil crawls into the barbecue grill. He
throws the hamburger into the sand, burns the
corn and sets the house afire.
Miss Borden, when cowardly attacked- by a
gin rummy table, has been known to consign
table, cards, a chair and a pair of eyebrow
tweezers into the Gulf of Mexico. She is a
lady of breeding, but when dinner tables col-
lapse in her lap and the percolator starts to
play "Woody Woodpecker," while simultaneously
shorting out the hair curlers. Miss Borden turns
Into a stevedore. Only when her colorful com-
ment abates Into tearful incoherence do you
dare approach her with the butterfly net.
After years of self-inflicted mayhem, caused
by traitorous shower taps, which suddenly scald
you, and the sundry hazards of living in an or-
dinary house, I think I've finally figured a way
to lick the conspiracy.
I am hoarding my pennies to build a perfect-
ly round room, which will contain no chairs, no
tables, no doorsteps nothing at all but me.
I Intend to spend most of my time In It. It
may be hard and chilly, down tlure on the
floor, but by golly It's safe.
Cash In Hand
By Peter Edson
i
WASHINGTON (NBA) Thirty two per
cent of the American families feel that they are
better off now than a year ago. Thirty-one per
cent feel their situation is about the same. And
37 per cent feel that their financial position has
worsened.
High prices are keeping many people from
buying consumer durable goods automobiles,
houses and house furnishings. The volume of
business during the latter half of 1951 will rise
only If consumer incomes continue to Increase,
or If consumers come to the conclusion that
high prices are here to stay so make the best
of It they can, before prices go any higher.
These are the highlights of a new Federal Re-
serve Board survey on consumer finances. The
findings were made by the Survey Research
Center of University of Michigan.
To obtain the picture of how the average con-
sumer feels about his financial situation, the
Center conducted 3400 interviews In 66 sample
areas of the United States. The families inter-
viewed were picked to give the best possible
cross section of the entire American economy.
In Interpreting the results of the survey, how-
ever. Irving Schwelger of the Federal Reserve
Board research staff issues two warnings. The
field survey was made in the first two months
of the year. Employment conditions, consumer
income and buying Intentions have changed
somewhat in the Intervening four months. The
second point Is that shortages of consumer
goods In the latter half of the year may also
seriously curtail buying.
While the Federal Reserve Board survey
makes no mention of them, two other Important
factors will Influence the business level In the
remainder of the year. Both will be determin-
ed bv the kind of economic controls bill Con-
gress finally approves.
If a rigid wage freeze Is permitted and en-
forced, it will hold civilian Income steady. But
If wage levels are permitted to puncture the
ceilings, up will go the Inflationary purchasing
power. And if authority to control prices is
limited and prices continue tq rise, buyer re-
sistance will Increase. Business interests who
are opposing imposition of price controls may
therefore be advocating a congressional course
of action that will work to their disadvantage.
There are 53 million family or consumer
spending units in the United States, according
to the Federal Reserve Board survey. Accord-
ing to the sample, about half of them, or 25
minion families, would show higher income ear-
ly In 1961 than a year before. Ten million
would show lower income.
The middle family income In the U. 8. rose
from $2700 in 1949 to $3000 in 1950. This la an
increase of 10 per cent. This compares with a
consumers' price Index rise of 2 per cent over
the same period.
But from June, 1950. to May, 1951, the con-
sumers' price Index has advanced nearly 10 per
cent, while the average Industrial hourly wage
rate has advanced about the same percentage.
These are Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates.
The result Is shown In the Federal Reserve
Board survey, which reports that the proportion
of spending units which felt they were now
worse oft has increased. This is particularly
true for families with incomes of less than $2000
a year. Rising prices were given as the chief
reason for this attitude.
Aside from this, the survey reports an In-
crease to 72 per cent of the families holding
government bonds, or having money In check-
ing and savings accounts. But 32 per cent of
the spending units reported they were borrow-
ing money, spending more than. earnings. This
dissaving was reported entirely by families
earning less than the median $3000 a year. They
are the ones who have the tough time.
Four out of every ten persona interviewed ex-
pected wage Increases this year. Seven out of
every ten expected price Increases.
Thirteen million nearly one out of every
four spending units bought a new or used
car In 1950. But the survey Indicated that the
number intending to buy a car in 1951 was sub-
stantially down.
Twenty-two million families bought household
appliances In 1950. About the same number in-
tended to buy at least one other appliance this
year. Intentions to buy radios was up, to buy
television sets was down.
Close to one million families Indicated Inten-
tions to buy houses in 1951. Home-owning was
being looked on with increasing favor as a form
of savings. But the uncertainties of credit re-
strictions, shortages of materials and high pric-
es were expected to cut down the volume of
real estate transactions from the record high
of 1950.
ciuwly WSIflNGTOH
MERRY-00-ROUND

ly DREW PIARSON
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Draw Pearson says: Eighteen Congressmen vote secretly
with oil companies on tidelands oil; Eltvon Sonatorf
urge tidelands oil royalties go to education; Oil lobby
tries to reverse Supremo Court.
WASHINGTON. Two groups of senators and congressmen
lined up on opposite sides, of the fence recently regarding one
of the most vital Issues In the nation oil and education.
With the nation's schools in the most deplorable condition la
our entire history, 18 members of the House of Representative
Judiciary Committee voted to turn the nation's tidelands oil
over to three states and their oil companies, Instead of ualngj
the proceeds for educational purposes.
On the other side of Congress, 11 senators Introduced a raft
solution whereby the royalties from this oil, administered by the
Federal Government, would go to aid the schools and colleges]
of the entire nation.
The first group the 18 members of tne Judiciary Com-
mittee voted secretly. Even behind the dosed doors of thai
committee they tried to avoid a roll call vote, and If it had n
been for Congressman Michael Felghan of Ohio they wo
have sneaked their vote by without even a show of hands
In the senate, the 11 men who risked the wrath of the oil
companies and the powerful tidelands oil lobby stood up and d&
so openly. They did not hide behind closed doors. Their name
are: Lister Hill of Alabama, who initiated the idea; bis ATabanf
colleague, John Sparkman; Wayne Morse of Oregon, Republican
Cl arley To bey of New Hampshire, also Republican; and De
mocrats Ben ton of Connecticut, Douglas of Illinois, Humphre;
cf Minnesota, Chavez of New Mexico, Neely of West Virginia
Kef auver o Tennessee, and Hennlngs of Missouri..
REVERSING THE SFREME COURT
What happened inside the House Judiciary Committee ha
not been published, but this column has obtained a list of ta
Congressmen voting for the three states and the oil companiai
It should be noted that the Supreme Court twice has rule,
that the submerged oil lands alongside the coast of the Unit
States belong to the Federal Government, not the individua
sutes.
However, the tidelands oil lobby, seeking to reverse the Su
preme Court, has introduced legislation turning these submerge)
oil lands back to three states, and was so successful that Pre*
ldent Truman used the veto.
The other day, in an attempt to reverse both the Presiden
and the Court, Congressman Ed Gossett of Texas, who is abod
to retire from Congress, demanded that the Judiciary Commttt*
voto again on the lobby's tidelands bill. No wildcat promote
ever worked faster to stake a drill site than did Gossett to gs
this sped 1-lnterest bill through the committee. Gossett dldtv
e\en want to give other members time to read the commit ta
nearings.
This.brought stormy protests from Congressmen Celler o
New York, Felghan of Ohio and Machrowlcz of Michigan. Bu
to ho avail. Gossett had the votes and he was roaring for. action
"You can debate this on the House floor If you want to,1
insisted the Texas Congressman. "Let's get to a vote."
"But how can we vote intelligently If we don't know whs)1
tils Is all about?" objected Michigan's Machrowlcz. "There ar
eight new members on the committee and I'm one of the
You ought to give Us a chance at least to read the hearin
which I understand are still at the printers."
"On a. matter as vital as this, Involving the release of pul
11C oil reserve to private Interests, we had better go slow." warm
Ohio's Felghan. "This Involves international as well- as nation
security. With Russia threatening to grab control of the Iran
ol" fields, there is all the more reason why the Federal Goverxf*
ment should keep control of these valuable deposita In our owO
country."
Gossett Impatiently agreed to postpone a vote until the next
morning. Meantime, the printed hearings were distributed a few
hours before the showdown. Some members still insisted that
they didn't have time to digest the 1,200 pages of testimony, but
Gossett adamantly shoutecf "vot!" t[
SECRET LIST OF VOTERS
By this time, however, some of Qossett'a supporters were
beginning to get cold feet. They wanted to vote for the oil 'com-
panies, but they didn't want to be so recorded, even in a secret
meeting, because of possible leaks to the press, A motion wae
therefore made for a "voice vote.
But. Fe|ghan-Jumped to his feet. *
"We should at least have a show of hands, so .we will.knoif
how many are voting for and against the bill," he demanded.
When this.was done, Chairman Celler counted II members)
for banding tidelands oil back to three states, with 7 against it.
Since a "hand," or division, vote is merely counted and n
Itemized member by member, there is no breakdown in the seer
rt-cord of how each congressman votes. However, this column
able to report that the congressmen who voted to hand ovi
the nation's tidelands oil to three states and the oil company
v.ere: .
Democitita: Walter of Pennsylvania, who has both Lafayette)
and Lehigh colleges In his district, but who placed the oil lobby
ahead of his district; Jones of North Carolina, who was Davidson
College, Queens College, Lenoir Rhyne College, Lees-McCrae Col-
lege and Johnson C. Smith University, a Negro Institution, aU
in his district; Chelf of Kentucky, who has Llndsy-Wllson and
Campbellsvllle College in his district; Wilson of Texas; Wlllig
of Louisiana; Bryson of South Carolina; Forrester of Georgia*
and Gossett.
Republicans: Fellows of Maine, who has the University of
Maine in his district; Reed of Illinois; Graham of Pennsylvania;
Goodwin of Massachusetts, who has Tufts College in his dlctrlct!
Boggs of Delaware, who has the University of Delaware in hie
district; Crumpacker of Indiana, who has Notre Dame in hie
district; Thompson of Michigan; Hillings of California; Mo
CuUougb of Ohio; and Bakewell of Missouri.
Those voting against the oil companies were: Celler of Ne#
York; Lane of Massachusetts; Felghan of Ohio; Rodin o of New
Jersey (by proxy); Byrne of New.York and Ramsay of West
Virginia, all Democrats; and Case of New Jersey. Republicans.
Two others present, Machrowlcz of Michigan, Democrat, anef
Keating of New York, Republican, Indicated opposition ta thaj
oil companies, but refused to vote because they weren't given
time to study the hearings.
(Copyright. 1951; By The Bell Syndicate. Inc.)

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CINCO CENTESIMOS
GUATEMALA EN ESTADO DE SITIO
Los comunistas piden que
sigan las negociaciones
Pero estiman que la prensa Sern adjudicadas
de ambos bandos no debe de
concurrir a las discusiones
El General Ridgway califica las restricciones como
irrazonables e innecesarias y protesta por
intermedio de sus representantes
BASE DE AVANZADA, Core,
Julio II. (UP). Lm Naciones
Unlds pidieron a lo comu-
nistas que retiren sus tropas do
Kaesonj y cesen en sos restric-
ciones "irraionables" contra el
personal de la deleitacin a las
conversaciones de cese de fuego
Era que stas puedan reanu-
rse.
El General Matthew B. Ridg-
way, Comandante Supremo de
Us Naciones Unidas estableci
las condiciones aliadas para la
reanudacin de las conversacio-
nes, sn una transmisin radial
de siete minutos. Ridgway cul-
po a los comunistas por 1* TOP-
tura de las negociaciones.
Pocos minutos despus de la
transmisin radial del mensaje
de Ridgway, este mismo men-
saje fue llevado al puesto de
avanzada de Kaesong para ser
entregado,'a su ves, a los ne-
gociadores comunistas.
Ridgway dijo que "la exten-
sin del presente receso se debe
solamente a las restricciones
irrazonables e innecesarias con-
tra las cuales los repreeentan-
>tet de las Naciones Unidas han
protestado". ,
Por su parte, el General Nam
II, Jefe de la delegacin comu-
nista, contest el mensaje de
Ridgway, negando que se hu-
biese privado el paso libre de
la delegacin aliada. El texto
del mensaje de Nam n es el
siguiente: 1W1.
"Su carta ha sido recibido y
la contestacin es la siguiente:
1> Nunca evitamos la venida
de su delegacin a las 7:48 de
la maana del 12 de Julio. A
la delegacin de prensa que ve-
nia con u convoy no se le po-
dia permitir la venida a las
negociaciones, ya que no ha-
biamos llegado a un aeuerdo
mutuo. No hay razn alguna
a este respecto para que su
delegacin rehuse venir a las
conferencias.
2) Hasta tanto np se haya
llegado a un acuerdo en lo
concerniente a la representa-
cin de prensa, somos de la opi-
nin que las delegaciones de
ensa de ningn bando pueden
entrar al sitio de las negocia-
ciones.
I) Proponemos que las con-
versaciones sean reanudadas
hoy (viernes) a las 9:SO de la
maana hora de Pyongyang .
Fueron trasladadas
las oficina de
Aduana de Cristbal
Las oficinas de Aduana, Iml-
eractn y del Comisionado Na-
viero en CrUtbal, fueron tras-
ladadas el Jueves por la mana-
ra al nuevo local que se en-
cuentra en el segundo piso del
Edificio Administrativo de Cris-
tbal.
Estarn situados estos despa-
chos en los cuartos 200, 201 y
202.
Este cambio obedece al desa-
lojamiento de lugar que se tuvo
que hacer con el traslado al sec
tor del Atlntico de las oficinas
principales del Departamento d
Ferrocarril y Terminales.
Hasta que se hiciera su tras-
udo el Jueves, los despacho*
Unto de Aduana, como de mi-
gracin y del Comisionado Na-
viero estaban situadas en el se-
gundo piso del Edificio Termi-
nal de Cristbal.
Se calcula en treinta y tres
millones de bis. las rentas
para el corriente ao fiscal
El aumento se debe a las contribuciones correspon-
dientes a las mercancas y a un Convenio
efectuado sobre impuestos
De acuerdo con declaraciones
formuladas por el sub-Contra-
lor General de la Repblica, don
Eduardo MacCulough, las ren-
tas naciona:es se elevarn a 33
millones de balboas este ano,
debido al aumento registrado en
la recaudacin de unos impues-
tos y a un convenio, con la
Chlrkju Land Company, rela-
cionado con el pago de unos
impuestos. Tambin han au-
mentado las contribuciones co-
rrespondientes a las mercan-
cas. _
Un vocero de la Comisin Le-
gislativa inform esta maana
que la Comisin no habia en-
trado an a discutir el Decre-
to-Ley sobre el control de pre-
cios, debido a que se est es-
perando el informe que debe
rendir el Consejo de Economa
Nacional, organismo que est
actualmente estudindolo.
En la Urde de ayer se le dio
primer debate al Presupuesto
del Ministerio de Agricultura,
Comercio e Industrias y esta
maana se discuta en segun-
do debate, algunas modificacio-
nes que le fueron introducidas,
entre las cuales se menciona
una partida de B. 25,000 para
pagar los gastos que demande
la organizacin de la Junta de
Control de Precios.
La Fuerza Area de Estados
Unidos slo cuenta con 87
bombarderos de gran alcance
Honda preocupacin ha causado la noticia en el Co-
mit de Fuerzas Armadas de la C. de Representantes
y se estudia presupuesto de 3,580 millones de dlares
WASHINGTON. Julio 13 (U.
P.)La Fuerza Area de Esta-
dos Unidos inform al Comit
de Fuerzas Armadas de la C-
mara de RepresenUntes en una
sesin sumament- secreU, que
slo tiene 87 bombarderos B-36
listos para entrar en accin
para transportar bombas at-
micas.
La noticia fu dada por algu-
>nos miembros de dicho Comit,
quienes dijeron que la informa-
cin les fu comunicada de ma-
la gana por el General de Bri-
gada C. W. Sweeney, al ser in-
terrogado nor algunos miem-
bros de dicha Comisin.
El Comit est estudiando los
planes de construccin de la
Fuer Area por 3,580 millones
de dlares. Zjm planes son Un
secretos que a todas horas del
da y de la noche se mantiene
una guardia armada en torno a
la sala en donde sesiona el Co-
mit.
La Fuerza Area ha clasifica-
do a sus bombarderos "inter-
continental" B-38 como su prln
cipal aparato para bombardeo
atmico en caso de una guerra'
global.
Un portavoz del Comit dijo
que les habia producido 'de-
sazn" la noticia de que slo
hubiera 87 bombarderos en
condiciones de entrar en accin.
por considerar que Ul cantidad
no es suficiente para un bom-
bardeo concentrado en que las
prdidas serian InevlUbles.
siete becas por
el Seguro Social
El sbado, 14 del presente
mes, a las diez de la maana
tendr lugar en la Caja de Se-
guro Social el acto de adjudi-
cacin de las becas ofrecidas
por esta entidad, para hacer
estudios en el Colegio Miramar
("La Salle"), situado en 'El
Cangrejo". Se presentaron al
concurso veinticinco aspirantes
de los cuales se escogieron
aquellos iue presentaron un
porcentaje mayor de califica-
ciones.
He aqu la lista de los favo-
recidos con sus correspondien-
tes promedios:
Fernando Cardoze F. 100%
Johhny Hammer A. 100%
Alberto ChepoU > 100%
Alberto de Len 100%
Enrique J. Guardia G. 98%
Guillermo O. Prez P. 98%
Angel F. Achurra 96.4%
Artemio E. Stanziola 96.4%
Como son siete las becas ad-
judicadas y ha habido empate
en el caso de Angel F. Achu-
rra y Artemio E. Stanziola, cu-
yo promedio es 96.4%, el esco-
gimiento se har a base de sor-
teo pblico que se efectuar el
mismo dia a la misma hora, en
presencia de los favorecidos y
del pblico que asista. El Ju-
rado estar integrado por el
8ub-Oerente del Seguro Social,
seor Carlos Calzadilla; el Se-
cretarlo, seor Guillermo Ama-
ya; el Abogado Consultor, se-
or Rodrigo Arosemena, el Je-
fe del Departamento de Divul-
gacin y Publicidad, seor Ro-
gelio Sinn y el Asistente del
Departamento Legal, seor Gus
Uvo Alemn.
El Embajador del
Irn confa en el
xito de Harriman
WASHINGTON Julio 13 (UBIS)
El Embajado. de Irn en los
Estados Unidos, Nasrollah En-
tezam, se siente optimista con
respecto a las probabilidades
de xito de la misin de W.
Averell Harriman a Irn.
Harriman, Consejero Especial
del Presidente Traman, saldr
dentro de uno o dos dias ha-
cia Irn a fin de tratar con los
funcionarios de aquel pais so-
bre la crisis petrolera.
El Embajador Entezam dijo:
"Espero y ruego por el xito de
su misin". El Embajador es-
tuvo conversando con Harriman
sobre detalles de su proyectado
viaje. Ent6sam es Presidente
de la Asamblea General de las
Naciones Unidas.
Interrogado acerca de lo que
pensaba cor respecto a las
oportunidades de xito de la
Misin Harriman, Entezam res-
pondi: "MI clculo es que ten-
dr xito ciento por ciento".
Harriman conferenci tam-
bin con el Secretario de Esta-
do Dean Acheson y con el Pre-
sidente Traman. Dijo que la
notificacin formal de su viaje
sera hecha por el Embajador
de EsUdos Unidos Grady, al
Gobierno de Irn.
Acusado Alcalde
de pegarle a su
Jefe de Polica
HAVERHILL, Mass. Julio 13
UP) D alcalde de Haverhtll
Undr que presenUrse a la
Corte del Distrito hoy, acusado
de haberle pegado a su jefe de
Polica, quien despus meti en
la crcel a su jefe.
Se espera que el alcalde, Jo-
seph L. Willett acuse tambin
al Jefe de Polica Williams J.
Collins, quien insiste en que l
icio cumpli con su deber al a-
rrestar a su Jefe.
El deber de Collins consisti
en meter a su jefe en la crcel
despus de haber tenido una lu-
cha cuerpo a cuerpo con ste en
su despacho, siendo separados
por cuatro policas-
Ambos estuvieron de acuerdo
en que la pelea tuvo su origen
en una discusin sobre los tur-
nos de la Polica, pero se nega-
(Pasa a la pagina celamaa *>
Se culpa a los agitadores
polticos de provocar los
desordenes ocurridos ayer
Miles de guatemaltecos se lanzaron a las calles
atacando las instituciones comunistas mientras la
ciudad permanece presa de_ intensa agitacin
GUATEMALA, Julio 13 (UP).El Presidente Jacobo
Arbenz declar un estado de sitio de 30 da en un comu-
nicado expedido tta maana, y culpo a lo seguidores del
General Ydigora Fuente, uno de sus rivale poltico, por
lo disturbios ocurrido sn Guatemala y que han dejado un
saldo- de muchos heridos.
El estado de sitio fu declarado despus que el Gobier-
no anunci que "agitadores polticos disfrazados de anti-
comunistas" estaban tratando de -minar la seguridad p-
blica. La declaracin de sitio tambin deca qu "la paz
interna" est en- peligro pero que el Gobierno est "sn
completo control" de la situacin.
La polica efectu descarga
de fusil y ametralladora dispa-
rando al aire para dispersar los
El comunicado de Arbenz de-
ca que "muchas" personas han
resultado heridas durante los
desrdenes en los cuales "ma-
nifestantes sin frenos" hacin-
dose pasar por antl-comunls-
tas obligaron a la polica a dis-
parar contra ellos.
Miles de guatemaltecos con
carteles antl-comunlstaa se lan-
zaron a las calles y estuvieron
atacando todas las instituciones
comunisUs. Los almacenes ce-
rraron sus puertas y todos los
negocios estn paralizados.
Arbenz recibi a una delega-
cin que peda se revocara la
orden excluyendo a los curas
catlicos del personal del Hos-
picio de Hurfanos, mientras
que miles de manifestantes es-
tuvieron gritando contra los co-
munisUs afuera del palacio pre-
sidencial.
Poco despus que la delega-
cin sall del palacio, el Pre-
sidente Arbenz anunci la des-
tilacin de Gabriel Alvarado co-
mo director del hospicio y res-
tableci en sus puestos a los
dirigentes catlicos.___________
6rapos de personas que derriba
an e incendiaban vehculos
protestando contra los comu
nistas.
Los disturbios continuaban en
la ciudad, an despus que el
Presidente Arbena declar la
restitucin de los religiosos en
el hospicio local.
Por lo menos cinco personas
resultaron heridas en los dis-
turbios que se han extendido
a las provincias.
Ayer en la maana comen-
zaron las manifestaciones en
protesta contra la separacin
de las hermanas religiosas del
hospicio declarando los mani-
festantes que el movimiento era
contra el comunismo y no con-
tra el Gobierno.
Tres antl-comunistas fueron
heridos de bala y el director
del diarlo comunista "Octubre
fue golpeado por la multitud
Los grupos tambin atacaron el
centro comunlsU y la escuela
de adapUcln marxiste.
Un recurso de amparo contra
el Gobernador H. Velsquez
interpone el Dr. A. Arias M.
Es por orden impartida por el Gobernador de
Panam para el reparto de unas tierras
sometidas a litigio en La Laguna
Un recurso de amparo de las
Garatias Constitucionales con-
tra el Gobernador de la Pro-
vlncia de Panam, don Homero
Velsquez, fue presentado en la
tarde de ayer ante el Primer
Tribunal Superior de Justicia
por el doctor Arnulfo Arlas M,
quien es representado Judicial-
mente en este asunto por el
Licenciado Carlos R. Jurado B.
El doctor Arnulfo Arlas M.,
por medio de su apoderado,
pide al Tribunal de Justicia, al
promover el Recurso de Ampa-
ro de las Garantas Constitu-
cionales, que con audiencia del
seor Gobernador Homero Ve-
lsquez, se revoque la orden
impartida por dicho funciona-
rlo al Alcalde del Distrito de
San Carlos, jurisdiccin de la
Provincia de Panam, mediante
la cual se autoriza el reparto
de tierras ubicadas en el Co-
rregimiento de La Laguna a
campesinos de ese Corregimien-
to, tierras que, alega el recu-
rrente, son de su prooiedad.
El abogado don Carlos R. Ju-
rado B. solicita adems al Tri-
bunal que se sirva ordenar al
seor Gobernador de esU Pro-
vincia, la suspensin lnmedia-
U de la orden de ser envia-
da por dicho funcionario al Al-
calde de San Carlos y que en
consecuencia, se haga salir de
las tierras en litigio a todos los
campesinos a quienes se les re-
partieron parcelas, mientras se
decida este Recurso de Amparo.
El doctor Arnulfo Arias acom-
paa como pruebas para fun-
damentar su derecho, copia au-
tenticada de la nota enviada
por el Gobernador don Homero
velsquez al Alcalde de San
Carlos; copla de la Escritura
Pblica que acredita sus dere-
chos de propiedad y certificado
del director del Registro P-
blico sobre la lnscrlDcln de la
mencionada finca de La La-
guna.
Hasta el momento de entrar
en prensa nuestras planas, el
Tribunal no habia procedido al
reparto de esto recurso, espe-
rndose que lo haga en la Ur-
de de hoy.
El prximo mes de agosto
comenzar a funcionar la
nueva Junta de Inquilinato
La JunU de Inquilinato co-
menzar a funcionar el prximo
mes de agosto, declar esta ma-
ana ante la Junta de Inquili-
nato el Ministro de Trabajo,
Previsin Social y Salud Publi-
ca, Ing. Juan de Arco Galludo,
durante una reunin que tuyo
lugar en la Presidencia de la
Repblica.
El Ministro Gallndo dijo que
ia JunU de Inquilinato haba
dejado de funcionar porque se
haba suprimido las respectivas
partidas en el Presupuesto Na-
cional, las cuales se Incluye-
ron en el proyecto que se pre-
senUr a la Comisin Legis-
lativa Permanente en los pri-
meros dias de la prxima se-
mana .
Con respecto a una deman-
da que cursa en el Tribunal de
lo Contencioso Administrativo
sobre el resuelto que autorizo
el Alza de Alquileres en la ca-
sa nmero ocho de la calle
Francisco de la Ossa, el Minis-
tro manifest que eso era asun-
to de los Tribunales en donde
el Ejecutivo no tena ingeren-
cia.
Nuevo Cnsul de
Guatemala lleg
a esta capital
En atenta noU el seor An-
tonio Bans nos comunica que,
desde el dia seis de julio, est
ejerciendo las funciones de Cn-
sul de Guatemala en Panam,
cargo para el cual fue desig-
nado por el gobierno de su pas.
"D Panam Amrica" agra-
dece la atencin del Cnsul Ba-
ns y le desea buen xito en el
desempeo de su misin.
Un supuesto avin
perdido estaba a
salvo en Colombia
Mientras el Primer Escuadrn
be Rescate de Albrook FU/g se
dedicaba a la bsqueda de un a-
vln colombiano que habia tit-
ilo de Tocumen y habla sido re-
portado como perdido, ste se
encontraba a salvo en Colombia
El avin, piloteado por dos pi-
lotos colomoianos, Alberto Ba-
r Iga y Alfonso Crnica, sallo a
las 6:41 de la maana de ayer
con direccin a la cosU noU
de Colombia. Cuando se perdi
contacto con el avin y se calcu-
l que en tres horas se queda-
rla sin combustible, un avin
B-17 del Escuadrn de Rescate
inici la bsqueda del aviin
perdido.
Sin embargo, mientras todo
sto ocurra, el avin colombia-
no se encontraba en Barranca
Bermeja en Colombia. Los pilo-
tos cambiaron de ruta sin pie-
vio aviso, decidiendo aterrizar
en el lugar aludido-
Renace una vieja
disputa sobre el
Puerto de Trieste
ROMA, Julio 13 (UP) El Pri-
mer Ministro Alclde de Ospe-
rl advirti s las potencias oc.l-
denUles que el Gobierno Ita-
liano no tolerar la "venta" de
Ti leste a Yugoeslavla.
De Osperi insisti en que
"Trieste forma parto de la na-
cin italiana y que Italia to;ft&-
rA las medidas para que no se
ponga en peligro su destino"-
El Primer Ministro hizo estas
manifestaciones en una sesin
del Senado en que se oyeron a-
cusaclones de que los aliados
oclcdentales esUban "traicio-
nando" a Italia y "vendiendo a
Trieste a Yugoeslavla".
Varios senadores pidieron que
Italia se retire del Pacto del A-
tlntlco a menos que los ala-
nos le devuelvan a Trieste.
De Gsperi, quien calific de
"grave' la disputa entre Italia
y los aliados occidentales sobre
Trieste, no lleg a amenazar
con el retiro de Italia del Pac-
to del Atlntico, pero insisti
en que la declaracin aliada de
1948 prometa Trieste a Italia.
Adems indic que est dispues-
to a plantear la disputa ante el
Tribunal Internacional de Jus-
ticia, de La Haya "sino se pue-
de llegar a una solucin satis-
factoria con los aliados".
El Gobierno continuar sus
relaciones con el Alcalde
titular Dr. Alberto Navarro
El Lie. Vega Mndez tom posesin del
cargo pero la Polica no lo dej ocupar
el despacho de la Alcalda Municipal
Unas explosiones
en E. U. causaron
graves prdidas
NUEVA YORK, Julio 13 Una serle de desastrosas ex-
plosiones ha causado la mueiU
de 14 personas y prdida por
ms de cinco millones de dla-
res en las ltimas 24 horas en
E3tados Unidos.
Varias explosiones volaron u-
na planta de dinamita de la. Du
Pont en Seneca, Illinois matan-
do a cuatro personas, incen-
diaron 480 mil barriles de ga-
solina en Wilmington, Califor-
nia y destruyeron un edificio en
una fbrica de aviones de retro-
propulsin en Indianapolis.
Se reunirn maana
los profesores
El secreUrlo genera de la A-
soclacin de Profesores de la
Repblica de Panam, profesor
Jos del C. Luzcando M, se
complace en Invitar a los miem-
bros de la junU directiva pa-
ra que asistan a la reunin que
se efectuar maana sbado 14
de los corrientes a las 9 y 30
de la maana en el Instituto
Nacional con el objeto .de ren-
dir Informe de las ltimas ac-
tuaciones de la Asociacin de
Profesores y resolver algunos
puntos de vital importancia pa-
ra el futuro de la Institucin.
Jos del C. Lascando M.,
Srlo. general de la Asociacin
de Profesores de la Repblica.
CIRCUlACION PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DE
22,100
Con motivo de la Resolucin
dictada anoche por el Consejo
Municipal en la cual se llamaba
al Licenciado ngel Vega Mn-
dez a ocupar la Alcalda, se sus-
citaron una serie de incidentes
que culminaron con una reunin
que tuvo lugar en la Presidencia
de la Repblica a la cual asis-
tieron el Presidente Aroseme-
na, el Ministro de Ooblerno y
Justicia, doctor Miguel ngel
Ordez; el Comandante Pri-
mer Jefe de la Polica Nacio-
nal, el doctor Eduardo Chiarl y
los Licenciados Galileo Soils y F.
Arosemena Forte.
Despus de deliberar por es-
laclo de una hora, y escuchar
a opinin de los abogados pre-
sentes, se decidi que el Gobier-
no mantendra relaciones con el
Alcalde Alberto Navarro, elegido
por votacin popular. El pro-
nunciamiento del Gobierno se
debi a opinin de los abogados
quienes sostuvieron que segn
disposiciones del Tribunal de lo
Contencioso el Concejo no poda
qulUr ni poner Alcaldes.
Con respecto a la legalidad o
Ilegalidad de la Resolucin, es
asunto que debern dilucidarlo
los tribunales de Justicia.
' El Licenciado Vega Mndez es-
tuvo en la maana de hoy con-
ferenciando con el Presidente y
segn declar el seor Presiden-
te le habla manifestado que si
la Resolucin del Consejo Muni-
cipal era legal, el Gobierno lo
respaldara, sobre todo, porque
era necesario mantener la au-
tonoma municipal.
Por otra parte, el Licenciado
Vega Mndez tom en la ma-
ana de hoy posesin de su car-
go como Alcalde del Distrito en
acatamiento de la orden del
Consejo Municipal.
Una vez que tom posesin
de su cargo el Licenciado Vega
Mndez acompaado de cerca
de quinientas personas, se diri-
gi a la Alcalda a tomar pose-
sin de su cargo. All se encon-
tr con que la puerta de hierro
estaba cerrada y el oficial en-
cargado de la fuerza le mani-
fest que tenia rdenes de no
dejarlo subir. El Licenciado Ve-
ga Mndez le mostr sus creden-
ciales y manifest que subira
al despacho alcaldicio. a lo quo
la polica se atrincher y l sa
retir para evitar desgracias.
pues el pblico esUba muy
exeltado.
En la maana de hoy la ciudad
se mostr un poco agitada con
la noticia de que haba sido des-
tituido por el Consejo Municipal
el Alcalde, doctor Alberto Na-
varro, y en los alrededores de la
Alcalda se reuni cerca de un
centenar de personas en espera
del desarrollo de los aconteci-
mientos, i
El Alcalde Alberto Navarro
(Pase la f Cal '>
"La Prensa" de Buenos Aires,
ya es propiedad del Estado
mediante pago de 18 millones
Sin embargo, es posible que sus propietarios ten-
gan que pagar una multa de ms de 30 millones
de pesos por una supuesta evasin de impuestos
Llamado a juicio
por el Juez Cuarto
ngel Vega Mndez
Don Manuel Burgos, Juez 4o.
del Circuito de Panam, llam
a responder en juicio criminal
al Licenciado ngel Vega Mn-
dez, segn se Informo a "El
Panam Amrica", en el Juz-
gado a sus rdenes.
El auto de llamamiento a jui-
cio, que lleva fecha diez de
los corrientes, fue dictado en
las sumarlas instruidas con-
tra el Licenciado ngel Ve-
ga Mndez, cuando desempe-
aba las funciones de Alcalde
del Distrito Capital y por de-
nuncia interpuesta en su con-
tra por los doctores Jos Daniel
Crespo y por el Licenciado Ra-
mn Morales, por haber sido
condenados a la pena de quin-
ce dias de arresto por irres-
petos al entonces Presidente de
la Repblica, y cinco dias de
arresto por irrespetas al mis-
mo Alcalde, ngel Vega Mn-
El Licenciado ngel Vega
Mndez ha sido llamado a Jui-
cio por contravencin de ais-
posiciones contenidas en el Art.
(Pas* a la Pt. Cal. ___
BUENOS AIES, julio 13.
(UP). El Gobierno argentino
se convirti en propietario le-
gal del diario La Prensa, to- :
mando posesin de la misma.
EsU fue la medida final ert
cuanto a la expropiacin da
La Prensa ordenada por la ley
del Congreso No. 14,201 firma*
da por el Presidente Juan D.
Pern el 18 de abril.
Victor Antonio Cicearrelli, au-
ditor del Gobierno nombrado
para tasar las propiedades da
La Prensa, las valoro en 1P.454,-
518 pesos argentinos, alrededor
de 1,300.000 dlares al cambio
libre oficial.
Despus que el representante)
de la Tesorera General de la
Nacin deposit esta suma a
las rdenes del Juez Nacional
de lo Civil y Comercial, el Juea
Jos 8artorlo dio posesin legal
al Gobierno. El Juez orden que
ese dinero se entregue a lot)
propietarios cuando stos pre-
senten la prueba legal de pro-
piedad y los certificados de que
han pagado los impuestos bas-
ta la fecha.
A este respecto se record que
el 14 de Junio las autoridades
de aduana establecieron una i
demanda ante los tribunales
federales para que la empresa
de La Prensa pagara mas da
33 millones de pesos que segn
se dijo deba por no haber abo-
nado los aranceles de papel im-
portado desde 1838.
El Magisterio ser convocado
a elecciones en toda la Rep.
el veinte del presente mes
El Director de las secuelas
Prtaarlas de la *#***> ""_
cenclado Ovidio de MftJ
clar en una reunin de maes
tras que el veinte de los co
Estados Unidos ha
enviado un experto
econmico a Brasil
.BrBsris&'isBi
a Merwin L. Bohan. su repre-
senunte en el Consejo Econ-
mico y Social Interamericano
para que llene la vacante pro-
ducida en la Comisin Econ-
mica Brasilero-americana, pro-
ducida por el fallecimiento de
iPaas a la Pgiaa 6, Columna )
rrlentes serian convocados a
elecciones todos los maestros de
la Repblica, con objeto de
elegir los tres representantes a
la Comisin Permanente del Es-
calafn, que fue creada me-
diante la Ley 11 d 36 de enera
de 1851. u .
Los maestros nombrados ejer-
cern sus funciones por dos
aos, se dedicarn exclusiva-
mente a las labores de la men-
cionada comisin y residirn en
la capital.
La comisin a que as refe-
rimos recomendara lot candi-
datos para llenar las vacantes
que ocurren en el personal de
maestros, directores superviso-
res, auxiliares e Inspectores
Provinciales de Educacin.
Tambin fuimos informados
que el decreto por medio del
cual se reglamenta esU ley,
ser firmado de un momento a
otro por al Ministro de Eda
cacln.


.

PAGINA DOC
EL PANAMA \ ME RICA DIARIO INT) EP END IENTB
VIERNES, JULIO 13. 1151
I
3Panamaiirtca
HARMODIO ARIAS. OIRICTM
IDITADO POR LA
IDITOHA PANAMA AMERICA. A,
riLIPOhO 1-0748 leORNM. PMVAMl APARTADO POSTAL NO. 1S4
(N SUS TAL UPE SITUADOS N UTA CIUDAD. CALLS H. NO. 87
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LA FIJACIN DE PRECIOS
Las convulsiones econmicas que producen in-
flaciones en algunos casos y depresiones en otros,
han obligado a los gobiernos a adoptar, durante ta-
les pocas, medidas de emergencia, consistentes en
el racionamiento de la produccin o del consumo y
en la fijacin de precios. Panam confronta ahora
el complicado problema de fijar precios mximos
para ciertos artculos de primera necesidad.
Para ese efecto, adems de establecer con exac-
1 titud los costos de produccin y de distribucin, es
n preciso tomar en cuenta otro aspecto del problema
que no es de fcil solucin. Consiste en determi-
i nar cul es la ganancia que debe recibir el vende-
dor o inversionista, es decir, la "compensacin equi-
tativa" a que a ste le corresponde por su inver-
sin o por su trabajo. No puede haber una regla
invariable para todos los casos, o un porcentaje
fijo de utilidad para todas las inversiones. En cier-
tas actividades hay mayores riesgos que en otras.
No todas las mercancas son susceptibles del mis-
mo grado de deterioro o de depresin por efecto
del tiempo, del clima, de la moda o del capricho.
Los clientes o compradores no estn en la misma
categora en cuanto a transacciones al crdito y
por ello los vendedores se ven obligados a mante-
; ner ciertas "reservas" o a imputar como gastos j
del negocio las posibles prdidas que resulten por1
j crditos que parezcan incobrables.
I
La apreciacin de cuestiones de esa ndole l-
,' gicamente est sujeta, en primer trmino, a la con-
secucin de los datos pertinentes que han de ser
tan exactos como sea posible, y viene luego la apli-
cacin del criterio del juzgador, o sea la persona
; que por autoridad de la ley ha de fijar los pre-
: cios.
Es natural que haya distintos criterios para
apreciar esas cuestiones y, consecuencialmente, sur-
; giran divergencias, justificadas o no, entre la ofi-
; cia de control y los interesados. Pero no sera ese
! el problema de mayor gravedad. Si bien es impor-
tante que no sufra la comunidad por razn de pre-
cios excesivos, tambin lo es que no se hostilice al
inversionista o que no se desaliente con la fija-
; cin de precios demasiado bajos que tienda a des-
: truir la iniciativa privada. Esto ltimo sera per-
judicial para toda la comunidad. La consecuencia
sera mayor escasez y la contraccin de las inver-
siones.
Se ve, pues, que no es cosa fcil fijar precios
ni puede ello hacerse, con justicia, de la noche a
la maana. No obstante, en vista de la crisis exis-
tente, debe procederse con la mayor celeridad po-
sible.
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
4 y 6o aos de la Escuela de Comercio. Facultad de Admi-
nistracin Pblica y Comercio.
8e aceptan solicitudes hasta el lunes 16 y los exmenes
se efectuarn ese mismo da de 4 a 6 p.m., en las oficinas
de la Administracin.
EL RECTOR.
Panam, 11 de Julio de 1951.
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6t L^arruei
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: 18 Congresistas votaron secretamen-
te con las compaas petroleras; La "antesala" perro
' lera trata de cambiar el fallo de la Corte Suprema.
a lo largo de la costa de Es-
tados Unidos pertenecen a to-
dos los 48 Estados y no a
California, Tejas y Louisiana,
solamente. Estos fallos estn
basados en la teora de que
todas las aguas navegables d
Estados Unidos pertenecen al
Gobierno Federal, y no a los
Estados individuales.
Sin embargo, la "antesala"
petrolera, tratando de revertir
el fallo de la Corte, introdu-
jo una legislacin entrevando
estas tierras sumergidas a S
Estados, y tuvieron tanto xi-
to que el Presidente Traman
tuvo que usar el veto.
RED
Panamericana
1.090 Kcs
3:30 Don Ququero
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Avena Quaker
3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:66 Noticiero Pereira
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacin RPA
6:6 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Kerima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramatizacin RPA
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
Flavlo Garcia, cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:60 Solos de rgano
con Lucho Muoz
7:15 Laxos de Odio
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacin, cortesa de
El guila Imperial
7:45 La Vox Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de ana Mnjer
dramatizacin, cortesa de
almacenes La Aurora
6:15 En Vox Baja
con Anita Vlllalaz
cortesa de la mueblera
La Europea
8:30 Msica espaola
8:45 Acordes porteos
9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas
dramatizacin, cortesa de
Casa Angellni
9:15 Serenata de las Americas
con 8olis y Gmez
Cort. del Bazar Panam
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
10:90 Los Panamericanos
10:15 Francia y su msica
WASHINGTON. Dos gru-
pos de Senadores y Congre-
sistas se dividieron en dos
bandos opuestos en una de
las discusiones ms vitales de
la nacin, petrleo y edu-
cacin.
Con las escuelas de la na-
cin en un estado deplora-
ble, 18 miembros de la C-
mara de Representantes vo-
taron para entregarle el pe-
trleo de las tierras bajas a
tres Estados y sus compaas
petroleras en lugar de usar
sus entradas para la educa-
cin.
Por otro lado, once Sena-
dores presentaron una reso-
lucin en el sentido que las
regalias producidas por este
petrleo, el cual esta admi-
nistrado por el Gobierno Fe-
deral, deberla ser usado pa-
ra ayudar a las escuelas y
colegios en toda la nacin.
El primer grupo los 18
miembros del Comit Judi-
cial votaron secretamente.
An a puertas cerradas, s-
tos trataron de evitar la vo-
tacin oral, y si no hubiese
sido por el Congresista Mi-
chael Feighan de Ohio, hu-
bieran entregado sus votos
sin hacer ademn alguno.
En el Senado, los once
hombres que se arriesgaron
contra el podero de las com-
paas petroleras y su pode-
rosa "antesala", lo hicieron
abiertamente. Ellos no se es-
condieron a puertas cerradas.
Sus nombres son: Lister Hill
de Alabama, su colega de A-
1 a b a m a John Sparkman;
Wayne Morse de Oregon;
Charles Tobey de Nuevo
Hampshire: Benton de Con-
necticut, Douglas de Illinois,
Humphrey de Minnesota, Cha-
ves de Nuevo Mjico, Neely
de Virginia Occidental, Ke-
fauver de Tennessee, y Hen-
nings de Missouri.
CONTRA LA CORTE
SUPREMA
Lo que pas detrs de las
puertas del Comit Judicial
no ha sido publicado, pero
esta columna ha obtenido una
lista de los Congresistas que
votaron por las compaas pe-
troleras.
Debe tenerse en cuenta que
la Corte Suprema de Justicia
ha decidido dos veces que las
tierras petroleras sumergidas
10:30 Media Hora
dramatizacin de BBC
11:00 Cancionero nocturnal
11:30 Msica sin palabras
12:00 Buenas noches
MAANA SBADO
A.M.
6:00 Buenos Dias
6:61 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:36 Noticiero RPA
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:60 Sabores de mi tierra
7:36 Noticiero RPA
7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca internacional
8:36 Hablan los Astros
con Antlnea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Clasificados del da
9:30 Dedicatorias
16:45 Noticiero RPA
11:00 El Mundo del Vals
11:15 Mambolandla
11:30 Cuba, su'msica y sus
compositores
11:45 Grandes Intrpretes
del mundo
12:00 Serenata espaola
P.M.
11:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
12:30 Intermedio Popular
12:50 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
Loe. Eduardo Molino
1:00 Estampas mexicanas
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Aires colombianos
1:45 Carrera.
2:00 Cancionero de la tarde
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Acordes porteos
3:15 Carrera.
Las fbricas Y ana me i as
proveen
de trabajo
al pueblo
panameo
COMPRE
Productos nacionales y
ayude a aumentar
empleos.
TROPIDURA
(a prueba de moho)
La Reina de las Pinturas
Para los Trpicos.
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aaartfa. as pesca indiraraats, a> posas tardo,
sarnoso, y pass aocbaa aotaraa dtapian.
osudo dabarla aantiraa aa su major astada
flaioo.
Marcha a is Taaffuardia aoa loa mS da
parsoBss qua has ouuuado an asta ouava y
pndamaa recata, a baaa da hiarroFERfC
IZANpraciaemente la olaae da latilli awn
fortiSoante y raeooatituyaata que liaasilan
Vaya boy miaroo a la farmacia da au locali-
dad y pida un frasco de FERRIZANte
ausTS farsa da fciin ruarIrada.
Truman se dirige
a la Asociacin
de Bibliotecas
CHICAGO. Julio 13. (UP).
El Presidente Traman dijo a
la Asociacin Americana de Bi-
bliotecas que su labor "ayuda-
r a los norteamericanos / V
pensar sobre los problemas d\ /<
estos dias crticos".
f
En un mensaje a la Asocia-
cin en su 75o. aniversario, el
Presidente Truman pidi a "ca-
da 'ciudadano" que ayude al
program*" de la Asociacin pa-
ra estimular "las Investigacio-
nes y estudios en todo el pas
del significado de nuestra li-
bertad".
BANCO AGRO-PECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
AVISA
a*
A los Interesados que la licitacin de arras que se
celebrar el da 27 de Julio del presente ao, se ha
modificado en el sentido de que se har por dies mil
(16,6M) quintales en ves de cinco mil (5,008) quintales.
EDUARDO VALLARINO
Gerente.
Panam, Julio Lt de 1M1.
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A QUIEN CONCIERNA:
Por est medio notificamos que el seor LEOVIGILDO
BARAHONA, desd esta fecha ha dejado, de ser em-
pleado de la firma "VRELA HERMANOS, S.A." y por
lo tanto no nos hacemos responsable da ninguna tran-
saccin comercial que haga dicho seor en nombre de
esta firma.
Panam, Julio 11 de 1951.
VRELA HERMANOS, 5.A.
DESTILERA HERRERANA

CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL
Por este medio se Informa que desde el 30 de Junio del
7 en cu"o comiensa a surtir efectos el Art. 74 de la Ley
134 de 1943, referente a las personas que tienen derecho a
percibir pensin de vejez, aunque tengan menos de 1.040
cotizaciones semanales (20 aftos), siempre y cuando hubie-
ren ingresado a la Caja de Seguro Social antes del lo. de
Julio de 1942 y cumplan con los siguientes requisitos:
lo. Haber cumplido cincuenta y cinco aos (55) de
edad las mujeres y sesenta (60) aos los hombres;
2o. Haber pagado como mnimo, quinientas veinte
(520) cuotas semanales;
3o. Tener una densidad de cotizaciones no inferior
a 0.9 durante el tiempo transcurrido desde la fe-
cha en que soliciten la pensin.
Las personas que se encuentren en las condiciones an-
teriormente expresadas, podrn apersonarse al Departamen-
to de Pensiones y Subsidios de la Caja de 8eguro Social,
con el fin de obtener cualquier informacin adicional.
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AJOS............................................ "
POROTOS COLORADOS ............................ "
AZCAR..........................'..............."
. LENTEJAS....................................... "
ACEITE URRACA............................. botella
'FRIJOLES CON PUERCO ......................... Ita.
JABN EN POLVO....................... i paquetes
JABN EN PANES............................. 1 Ib.
MANTEQUILLA MARIPOSA (en cuartos)................
MANTEQUILLA ANCHOR .................i....... H.
MANTEQUILLA CLOVERBLOOM...................... "
CAFE DURAN SITTON MOLINO CRIOLLO........ "
MANTECA ARMOUR ..............................
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LECHE CONDENSADA............,............... Ma.
BACALAO ....................................... Ib.
SOPA POLLO.............................10 oz..Ma.
TRAPEADORES MOTAS ........................ 8 oz.
TRAPEADORES MOTAS .........................12 "
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JUGOS MELOCOTONES, PEERS. ALBARICOQUES Ha. 12 o.
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JABN CAMAY............................. mediano
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LECHE EVAPORADA........................... 16 or.
GALLETAS SALT1NES "KEEBLER" ....................
LECHE KLIM.............................. Ita. 5 lb.
LECHE KLIM............................. Ita. l\ lbs.
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PAfifNA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
frauooft, JULIO U, 1951
Alarma en Chiriqu por las
sensacionales declaraciones
sobre el nial llamado Bocio
DAVID. Julio 13 (Corr&jpjil-
nli Verdadera sensicin han
cu asado en la provincia las de-
claraciones formuladas por el
doctor Arce Larreta en sesin
del Club de Leones de Davit
las cuales revelan que el cin-
cuenta por ciento de los escola-
res estn afectados por el mal
liamado coto i bocio El eminen
te peruano que presta servicios
l gobierno nacional exprc.
con detalles el resultado de sus
exmenes, llamando la atenenn
el hecho de que en la seccin
oriental de la provincia habla
examinado a diez mil nios de
los cuales casi el cincuenta por
ciento se encuentra afectado
por el mencionado mal de bocio,
'..otndose ms propensin en
;.if mujeres que en los varones.
El doctor Larreta dictar una
conferencia sobre este impor-
tante tpico bajo los auspicios
oel Club de Leones de David y
ser Invitado a la misma el Sr.
Ministro de Previsin Social In-
geniero Juan de Arco Gallndo.
G :r U c l< s 1 R. f\] VI A
1 i 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
15 L 14
15 17 la
19 20 if
r3 P 25
6 n 29
31
53 54 35 361 37 38
9 r. W 41
r2 1 45
L6 1 1 S5^ 49 '
>b 31 63 53
h
El Ministro Navarro visita el Manicomio de Los Santos
HORIZONTALES:
1Dspota, dictador.
7Aparatos para aprender h
sumar.
" 13Dementes.
14Cogiera.
15Medida china de longitud.
16Amarra.
17Terminacin de diminutivo.
18Pronombre personal.
10Fabulista griego.
SIAdverbio de lugar.
32Condimento.
23Entregar.
24Baile tpico canario.
25Extremidades de las aves.
26Respuesta de los dioses
ppanos.
29Casualidad.
30De autor desconocido.
32Dios griego de la belleza
masculina.
' 35Aromtico
39Alelado.
40 Nombre de mujer.
41Madera preciosa.
42Dios mahometano.
43Nombre de mujer.
44Acierte.
-46Nota musical.
47Autillo.
48Del verbo asar.
49Terminacin verbal.
50 Agredir.
82Papa.
64Nombre de varn.
55Almas.
VERTICALES:
1Ciudad de Espaa.
2Despedir los colores del iris
SDios egipcio del sol.
4Extremidad de ciertos
animales. Inv.
STipo de peso.
6Constelacin.
7Regin antigua de Grecia.
VParte de la cara.
9Propietario.
10Exclamacin.
11Pabellones de los odos.
128alobre.
20Afresis de ahora.
31Motn, rebelin.
2?extremidad de las aves.
24Repetido, provincia de
Filipinas.
25Ciudad de la Repblica
Dominicana, Inv.
27 >el verbo calar.
88Nmero.
29Del verbo amar.
31Clera.
33Cabellos sobre las sienes.
S3Objeto esfrico.
34En el mar.
36 Hio de Siberia. -
87Composicin musical.
38 Manchas lvidas bajo los
ojos.
40Quiero con adoracin.
43Amarrar.
44Cocinan en seco.
45Ave cubana de plumaje
muy negro.
47 Organizacin Catlica
Internacional, Inlc.
48Rio del Paraguay.
51Por la maana.
53Igual al anterior.
SOLUCIN DE AYER
in nnnnra aura
r.inin:.ir_iMM piMmmu
iron rann un
nsiGiri nnn ranura
Pin -juran aaaa
UJ JJLi uuu
El Ministro de Obras Pblicas, Inf. Norberto Navarro, efectu
para observar el estado de varias obras iniciadas por el Gobier
riores fotografas vemos al Ministro Navarro inspeccionando el
talmente. A la derecha vemos las fundaciones del manicomio
Ministro visita el Hospital de Los Santos y a la derecha lo ve
Sabana Grande. El Ministro Navarro se ha propuesto reanud
tanta falta hacen a la comunidad.
hace poco una Jira de Inspeccin por el interior de la Repblica
no y que se encontraban en estado de abandono. En las ante-
Manicomio de Los Santos, cuyas obras fueron abandonadas to-
en el estado en que se encuentran. Abajo, a la izquierda, el
moa examinando el lunar en donde se construir la iglesia de
ar ios trabajos del manicomio y hospital de Los Santos que
R13U [51HU0P1 HRH
Programa en honor
de la Virgen del
Carmen, en Taboga
Programa de las fiestas de
Taboga en honor de la Virgen
del Carmen:
Da 14
5 a.m.Ronlqurs de campa-
nas y excursin alrededor de la
Isla, para recoger flores y o-
frendas a la Santsima Virgen.
6 a.m.Misa rezada de comu-
nin.
12 m.Salvas y repiques de
campanas
7 pm.Novena y salve can-
tada.
8 p.m.Retreta en la Plaza
del Carmen y fuegos artificia-
les.
9 p.m.Gran baile en el Cen-
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CONSERVE
INMACULADO
EL CUARTO DE BAO
SAPOLIO
EN PANES O EN POLVO
Sapolio limpia bien ms rpida y f-
cilmente. Sapolio disuelve la mugre
limpia el mohoda brillo al
aluminio, metal monel,
porcelana, mosaico
y tinalos de-
ja relucientes.
PUNTOS
DE VISTA

ESCASEZ DE ARROZ
Santiago, Julio 5 de 1951
Seor Director de
El Panam Amrica",
Panam
Seor Director:
Existe alarma general, por-
que se dice que hay escasez de
arroz, pero lo cierto del caso es
que esta escasez se debe a-qje
tn lo que se relacional a esta po
tlacln las turcos e Italian-.)*
dueos de piladoras en for.na
sistemtica vienen acaparnm-
tro Cultural.
Da 15
6 a.m.Misa rezada de co-
munin.
8 a.m.Misa cantada a toda
orquesta
9 a.m.Inauguracin del re-
loj pblico instalado en la Igle-
sia.
10 a.m.Procesin acutica en
la baha.
12 m.Salvas, repiques de
campanas y cnticos a la Ex-
celsa Patrona.
3 p.m.Solemne procesin de
Nuestra Seora la Virgen del
Carmen y San Pedro, Patronos
de Taboga, por las principales
calles de la ciudadela.
7 p.m.Salve cantada por el
coro Santa Rosa de Taboga.
Fuegos artificiales.
8 p.m.Bailes populares
Tambores.
Da 16
6 a.m.Misa rezada de co-
munin. .
8a.m.Misa cantada por el
coro Santa Rosa de Taboga
10 a.m.Eventos deportivos
en general.
12 m.Salvas y repiques de
campanas.
3 p.m.Piatas, carreras en
saco y palo ensebado.
7 p.m.Quema de un Judas
con la lectura de su respectivo
testamento.
8 p.m.Gran tamborito en la
Plaza del Carmen. Las damas
lucirn la clsica pollera.
lo para luego aumentar su for-
tuna a costa de la parte pobre
y necesitada. A estos extrauje-
os que abusan de la hospitali-
dad que se les brinda en Cote
pas, los respaldan polticos 1-
..(scrupulosos que entran en
t; ansacciones con ellos con el
iin de que les toque su tajaoa.
En estos casos denunoiadjs,
el gobierno deberla ordenar una
inspeccin ocular a todos lc
opsitos de estos especuladoras,
que tienen tanto en la pobla-
cin como fuera de ella, pura
,ue se pueda constatar la ver-
dad en este asunto.
Esperamos que las autorida-
des respectivas, tomen medida.;
urgentes en este asunto y se le
aplique la sancin correspon-
diente a quienes la merecen, iin
contemplaciones de ningn;;
clase.
Soy del seor Director AUo
servidor.
Gabriel J. Mendoza
Agradzcole darle cabida a
este informe.
SI seor, porque la Crema Dental
Kolynos elimina los ridos que
causan la caries. Kolynos destruye
las bacterias que producen esos
cidos. Kolynos da brillo a lot
dientes y hace encantadora
la sonrisa! No hay nada como
Kolynos para combatir las caries.
Pruebe hoy mismo Kolynos y ...
tselo siempre! > 41
K01YN0S S5T
Rinda ms
El Dr. Kaled atacando el alcoholismo
km
El mircoles a las i p.m., en el salea de conferencias de 1*
escuela Jos M. Hurtado, se llev a cabo la primera conferencia
del ciclo de divulgacin cultural que patrocina la Cmara Inter-
nacional de Jvenes. Estovo la interesante charla, a cargo del
Dr. Jos Kaled, conocido mdico psiquiatra nacional, quien abor-
d el tpico "Alcoholismo y Enfermedades Mentales".
Ante un lleno completo, de ms de 5M personas, y contn-
dose ms de 100 personas de pie, v ante la presencia del Sr. Di*
rector de la Escuela, Eusebio Julio, el personal docente, lea pa-
dres de los alumnos, estudiantes y universitarios, inici el con*
ferencista su amena e interesante charla.
Ei Dr. Kaled hito nn samarlo de tas enfermedades menta*
les y la importancia social que sus problemas representan, y se
explan en el grave capitulo del alcoholismo. Abord las cau-
sas psquicas y ambientales de ia embriaguez, tus relaciones con
la herencia. las enfermedades que produce como la debilidad
mental, las alucinosis, el delirium tremens. .Mencion lo que su
hace en los principales pases del mundo y en el nuestro, expo*
niendo de manera dramtica los efectos desastrosos que produ-
ce sobre la salud fsica y mental de una nacin, y analiz el .
alcoholismo como factor de intensa accin en ia gnesis de los
crmenes. Record que en Panam no se ha podido calcular por
ratones complejas el consumo por poblacin, de bebidas alcoh-
licas, dato de gran importancia para la profilaxis e higiene men-
tal. Hfso un sumario de las estadsticas que se llevan en otros
pases, como Alemania, Suecla, Francia, Estados Unidos y Bra-
sil, respecto de la enorme variedad y porcentaje de crmenes quo
se cometen bajo los efectos del alcohol El Dr. Kaled analiz
rpidatnnte las condiciones particulares en las que se encuentra
la Repblica respecto de la produccin de alcohol, y record que
no hay en el pas ninguna seccin mdica especializada para
los enfermos alcohlicos, asi como tampoco ninguna campaa
organizada tcnicamente para luchar contra tan nefasto vicio
que inutiliza de manera insidiosa y constante nuestra gente.
Acab su interesante charla apelando por el sentimiento cvico
de los asistentes, animando a los miembros de la Cmara Inter-
nacional de Jvenes para proseguir en el eiclo de conferencia*
que sern de gran inters social.
Despus de la disertacin del Dr. Kaled, fueron exhibidas
dos pelculas sobre psicologa infantil y adulta, que fueron cedi-
das por el Servicio Cultural de la Embajada Americana.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales 7 Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
diez en punto de la maana del da 26 de Julio del ao en
curso, por el suministro de SUERO CONTRA EL COLERA
PORCINO en botellas 500 ce. para uso del Ministerio de
Agricultura, Comercio e Industrias.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a loa interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras. .
Panam, 9 de Julio de 1951.

TABOGA
La Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen
ser celebrada este- ao con 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 huspedes y para comodidad de sus clientes
aumentar el servicio de lanchas asi:
SBADO, 14 DE JULIO DE 1951
Salen Balboa
7:39 a.m.
8:00
19:34 w
2:49 p.m.
2:99 N
4(45 n
4:45 rf
8:44 M
8:44 M
P Salen Balboa
8:49 a.m.
8:34 H
14:40 u
3:94 p.m.
3:99 t
7:99 n
7:99 n
19:99 M)
19:44 H
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Salen Taboga
9:94 a.m.
9:15 "
11:45 "
2:15
3:15
9:10
1:19
till
9:15
p.m.
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DOMINGO, 15 DE JULIO DE 1951
Salen Taboga
9:15 a.m.
9:45 "
11:15
4:39
.is.
8:39 -
11:15 "
11:15 -
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Grande
Aqu 5c.
FRIJOLES
Con Puerco
Antes.... 23c.
AHORA 17c.
GUAYABERAS
de
HOMBRES
Hoy 1.83
MANTEQUILLA
de Nueva Zelandia
ANCHOR
a 75c
PLATOS
Hondos y Llanos
de Porcelana
Hoy 25c.
JABN en Polvo
IVORY
Antes.... 20c.
HOY .... 8c.
LECHE
EN POLVO
Lata de 5 lbs.
Hoy a 3.00
Caf DURAN y
SITTON a 77c.
Pasta de Tomate
Hoy 18c.
MEDIAS Finsimas
Nylon para Hombres
Otros 1,25
NOSOTROS 83c.
MANTECA
Hoy Especial
a
30c Ib.
CORREAS
Plsticas
Para Damas
Hoy -25c
PAPAS
1 Ib. ... 8c.
2 lbs. por 15c
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VIERNES. JULIO IS. 151
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Ral Aporte en el Encanto

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i mWv a 21 \
Ral Laporte, quien viaja a|
tista de cine, radio y teatro
actuar el prximo viernes en i
el Teatro Encanto en un In-
termedio del gran Concurso de
Mambo que se est llevando a
cabo all.
La empresa de ese espec-,
tculo no ha escatimado es-I
fuerzo alguno en presentar a
este formidable cantante ar-
gentino y su contlnentalmen-
te famosa orquesta "Meloda
de Plata".
Ral Laporte. quien viaja a
travs de Amrica Central en
jira artstica rumbo a Buenos
Aires, donde lo espera un ju-
goso contrato para filmar pe-
lculas, deleitar al pblico con
canciones mexicanas y argen-
tinas de su. vasto repertorio.
El Embajador Coreano en los
E.U. considera la paz como
una gran victoria comunista
WASHINGTON, julio 13 (Por; Ahora se hace una terrible pre-
Steffan Andrews. El ms sln sobre el presidente Syng-
alto diplomtico coreano en es- man Rhee para que acepte la
te pas advierte que las ac- suspensin de las hostilidades
tuales maniobras para obtener en el paralelo 36. contra su cri-
una tregua eu Corea pueden I terlo personal. Nuestro Presl-
encubrir una "venta" de su pais! dente considera que la tregua
a los comunistas. I nunca ser realidad, porque los
Trtase del Embajador Y. C.' comunistas no tienen la menor
Yang, quien en una entrevista | intencin de unir a Corea bajo
con este corresponsal seal un gobierno Ubre y democra-
que toda tregua en el Paralelo tico".
38 qne no establezca la libertad j El doctor Yang se refiri es*
y unidad de Corea ser fatal, pecflcamente a Jos puntos que
agregando: "SI dejamos a Co-1 han sido aceptados en princl-
rea dividida,, esto constituir!po por los norteamericanos, pi-
una gran victoria para los co- dlendo el desarme de los co-
munistas, porque Corea Meri-
dional no podra vivir mucho
tiempo separada del resto del
pais".
El Embajador Yang, quien se
gradu de Mdico en la Uni-
versidad de Boston, dice que en
^realidad son los comunistas
^quienes estn dictando los tr-
minos de paz, fijando la fecha
de las conversaciones y dlspo-
munlstas coreanos, el retiro de
las tropas chinas al otro lado
del ro Yal /y la condicin de
que los comunistas coreanos no
sean ayudados por otras na-
ciones.
"Si los funcionarios de las Na-
ciones Unidas no logran poner
en vigor estos puntos", dice el
Embajador, "el acuerdo equi-
valdr a un acto de apacigua-
miento. Y el apaciguamiento
Los Sindicatos Libres apoyarn
la lucha contra el comunismo
cuando se sienta nuevamente
en condiciones de hacerlo.
"Estoy seguro de que los fun-
cionarios de las Naciones Uni-
das y del gobierno norteameri-
cano son sinceros en sus esfuer-
zos para solucionar la guerra
en Corea", manifiesta, "pero
estoy igualmente seguro de que
eso no es lo que quieren los
comunistas. Una tregua po re-
solver nada. Inmediatamente
volver a comenzar la "guerra
fra" y posiblemente se reno-
varn las hostilidades poco des-
pus. I
Se presenta resolucin ante
reunin de la Confederacin
Internacional de Sindicatos
MILAN, Italia, Julio 12 (Ubi?
El sindicalismo libre, la de-
mocracia econmica, la jusiicia
y seguridad social son laS un.-
cps fundaciones sobre las cua-
\& puede construirse la paz
mundial permanente, segn ru-
sia un proyecto d resolucnn
que se ha presentado en las ac-
tuales sesiones de la Confedera-
cin Internacional de Sindica-
tos Libres aqu.
GANGAS! GANGAS!
' ; Precios de ganga sin rival!

TRAJES de 3.50 adelantt

BLUSAS
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CASA GRANT
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nindo que stas se realicen en|no podr dar la paz-.al mundo.
Kaesong y no en Wonsan, como El cas actual en Corea es(-
se proyectaba. Y sus condicio-
nes han sido aceptadas.
Tales concesiones a los rojos,
dice, tienen un gran efecto psj-
igual al que ocurri antes en
China, cuando se presion a
Chiang Kai-shek para que a-
ceptara una tregua con los co-
colgico detrs de la Cortina de [ munlstas. Es muy probable que
Hierro, ya que los comunistas Corea termine siendo otra Chi-
de todas partes las interpretan na. Tras de los enormes sacri-
como demostracin de que sus
camaradas chinos han obtenido
una gran victoria en Corea.
"Esto significa que estamos
cediendo a las demandas comu-
nistas", dice el doctor Yang. "Y
en Oriente, quienes ceden, quie-
nes se inclinan ante el con-
trario, son los vencidos. Un e-
ficlos y la enorme destruccin
de nuestro pais-,-a la postre va-
mos a ser entregados a los co-
munistas, tal como ocurri con
loe nacionalistas chinos".
El .Embajador seala one una
tregua en el paralelo 38 dar
un respiro a los comunistas,
rjermltlndoles reorganizar sus
Jrclto victorioso jams lo hace, fuerzas para volver a atacar
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Con mangas cortas y bordados,.
Aqua, blanco, rosa. 32 a 38.
Especial 3.50 y 3.95
'
FALDAS... 4.95 a 7.95
De algodn, de gabardina, de cres-
pn. Tallas: 24 a 30. Negra, azul.
rosa, blanca y estampadas.
MEDIAS NYLON
. En 20 colores. Tallas: t a 10'j. .
Especial... 1.95
SHORTS DE ALGODN
Colores firmes. Formas cmodas.
Azul, blanco, verde, rojo, rosa.
Desde 9 a 18.
Especial ... 2.50 a 3.95
SILK TONE
HELENA RUBINSTEIN
Base de polvo fabricada
con seda natural.
1.65
COMPRE AHORA
CHAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
ABIERTO DE t 12:34 y de 2 > 8.
a o un Refrigerador de Acceso Manual o da
cada necesidad. El modelo DEL-486 ilustrado
_ pulgadas de alto para que sirva de mostrador
acio. Exterior e interior de fuertes planchas de
esmalte porcelanaque es muy fcil de limpiar.
Ilustramos aqui el Modelo DD-488 de 8 pies cbicos, vitrina de doble uti-
lidad. Equipada con serpertinas de 2 secciones de tiro hacia abajo para obtener
mtjor circulacin de aire fri. 8a exterior e interior estn hechos con lamina
ruca de acero, acabadas con doble capa de esmalte de porcelana. Su com-
partimiento de almacenamiento est equipado con luces automticas y tiene
acabado de acero Inoxidable. El compartimiento de exhibicin esta equipado
con Ins fluorescente.
Va Espaa 51
Telfono 3-3022
AI presentar el proyecto de
icsolucin, sir Vincent Tewsu.i,
de Oran Bretaa, declar que
se concierte o no el armlslicl"
en Corea, el mundo libre deoe
continuar forjando a fuerza pa-
ra la defensa de la democrauu.
La necesidad de rearmarse, l.r.-
puesta al mundo libre por la -
resin comunista, tiene el p.o-
, islto de evitar cualquier agre-
sin futura, dijo el delegado
britnico.
El obrerismo libre "da la bien-
venida a los acontecimientos
que actualmente tienen lugar y
! considera que no es aconseja-
ble decir nada en estos momen-
tos que pueda estorbar las ne-
gociaciones", dijo, y agreg: "Es
la ferviente esperanza de toco'
los pueblos amantes de la pez
Que el conflicto en Corea cu,*
y que de la miseria e inhuma-
nidad tic la guerra surja u. -.
ciara leccin deletreada con
sangre humana, de que la ag/r-
.-iin no slo paga sino que no
debe permitirse que pague
nunca".
| un mnimo de 25 barcos anua-
les en servicio 1 si" '"
\ do en un periodo no mayor de
I 25 das entre uno > ou>.
Adems mantendrn 15 barcos
| en viajes 'al norte, con 30 das
i entre viajes.
La West Coast Lines y la em-
presa Danesa Rdelet Ocean se
opusieron a los convenios, ale-
gando que eran injustificada-
mente discriminatorios y ten-
dan a establecer el monopolio
en las rutas comerciales que
conectan la costa este de Esta-
dos Unidos con la costa oes'.e
de Sur Amrica, El 14 de Mayo
la Junta rechazo esas acusacio-
nes y la solucltud de las dos
compaas excluidas de ser ad-
mitidas en la coordinacin de
servicios..
En otra de sus d?cisions la
Junta aprob el convenio entre
el grupo Oran-Colombiano y la-
Grace y Lykes Brother Steam-
ship Company en cuanto a
embarques de caf colombiano
Estados Unidos.
URETRA
Afrlm en U uretra ti fearer ajruii; 1 fe
caria* a gotas y coa dificultad; el taer qua
levantarse a media noche, iudicaa ana aua .,
riaonej un eatn bien y qoi para meiorarloa -J
necesita td. tomar las Pildoras de Beeket
fsra la uretra, rones y vejiga. Compra
ildoraa de Becker en au botica y trnela*
ron constancia, para que ana finonaa taxasan*
ata coa aata*.
de todo
para Ot...,
en
Varias lneas de
vapores coordinan
sus operaciones
WASHINGTON, julio 13
La Junta Martima Federal
aprob los convenias de coordi-
nacin de operaciones entre la
empresa chilena Compaa 8ud
Americana de Vapores, la Ora-
ce Line y la Oulf y South Am-
rica Steamship Company.
La Junta Inform que cada
compaa convino en mantener
Jamones
Importados
PEK
KRAKUS
DREWS
lo ofrece:
COMISARIATO
TACAROPULOS
Tel. 1000 Coln.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
ARROW

CAMISAS
en todos los Estilo,
Colores y Tamaos.
ROPA INTERIOR
en diferentes tamaos.
GUAYABERAS
Manca Corta y Larga.
Marcas ARROW BVD
WILSHIRE.
CAPOTES
PLSTICOS.
BATAS
de Bao y Entrecasa,
en
Seda, Alfodon y Rayn
Ganga
La CAMISA ^ C A
PERFECTA J.JU
gran variedad de
CORBATAS
en Seda Natural
7 Palm Beach.

BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CA.
PLAZA SANTA AMA PANAMA
ANTONIO'S
INNOVACIN
ANUNCIA
NUESTRA GRAN OFERTA DE MAANA SBADO
El MAS ESPECTACULAR surtido de Artculos
de Vidrio y Cristal.
Vasos Decorados
24 dibujos distintos, 2 por 0.25
Vasos para Jugos
Finas decoraciones, 2 por 0.25
Jarras para Agua
Jarra* chicas para jugos 0.55
Jarras grandes para
refrescos ........... 0.85
Jarras de vidrio tallado* 0.95
Botellas para refrigerador 0.25
Exprimidores de limn .. 0.19
Exprimidores de naranja 0.29
Azucarero............ 0.29
Ceniceros de vidrio tallado 0.10
Saleros .............. 0 10
Copas para helados .... 0.15
Vasitos para whiskty ... 0.10
Mantequilleras.........0.29
Juegos para refrescos .. 3.9S
Juegos de Cristal
Copas para vino........0.25
Copas para agua.......0.25
Copa* para cocktail .... 0.25
Copa* para helados .... 0.25
Copas para champagne .. 0.25
OTROS ARTCULOS
Tostadora* elctrica* ... 6.99
Cornisas de metal para
cortina ............ 0.38
Collares de cuero para
perros, desde........0.45
Alfombra de caucho ... 1.95
ESPECIAL
Alfombra* de paja tropicales
Tamaos grandes, desde 4.95
ULTIMA HORA!
Gran Surtido de Vestiditos de
Nias Acabados de Desempacar
1.59.
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NO Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc y\
Que la ruta al Departamento Nutriros Agentes o Nuestros Oficinas lo atendern:
MI /limo por
72 palabras.
3e por codo
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
A TlraM Na. 4
TaL I-Wl
KIOSKO DE LESSEES
P.rqur aa
Pini.
NOVEDADES MORRISON
.Urn i
1-M4I
Art. 4 a JaHa
Tal. 1-1
BOTICA CARLTON
A, alfada. I4.4M
TU. SUCal4a.
SAI.oN DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calla l 0MC Na. W.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
l ille Ka. 47 raaaaaa
va. Caatial 12-174Cala.
BBC
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
,. SI VENC.IN:Clares, tutrio -iatra.
cari> acanalado, Fix-Tan (eartor.
! aiilador Mr* '' 'osas) tfc-
ra, lavomanot. ancuiada, te
la> racial anli baoi plaio.
a AGENCIA:, GLOBALES. Via Espa-
a, Mesando Juan Franco Tal.
A S-5503
ti
SE VENDE:Col Nacional en gra-
no ol por mayor. Productos Na-
cionales S. A. Telfono 2-0028.
Apartado 1984. Panama.
SE VENDEN:Mquinos de escribir
nuevos, tipo oficina B. 120.00.
"Porras", Ploro 5 de Moyo.
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VENDEN:Mquinas calculado-
ras alemanas, nuevas, marca
"BRUNSVIGA" 8.145.00. Porras.
Plaio 5 de Mayo.
SE VENDE: Un por de genuinos
aretes de esmeralda, B 50.00. Tel.
3-3437.
SE VENDE: Tierra pora rellenos.
Sarvicio de pala de 8 a. m. en ade-
:n*. Carretera Transistmico. Es-
i. na Slockmigon. Tel. 3-0035.
J. VENDE:Peces de acuario, su-
ministro plantas. Via Espoa 1 I,
frente establos Juon Fronco, Tel.
3 -.132.____________________
SE VENDE:Una Speed Graphic 4
x 5. equipo completo, pora cuarto
oscuro verlo en la Joyera La Es-
locin, calla 3 de Noviembre No.
38._______________________
ALAMBM DI PAS. Rallos da 16
l>. a B.S.2S. Inodoro! da tanque
baja) camalera! con asanlas
.44.95. Pinturas y eimaltei LU-
CAS a precias da casto, calaras
lurt.doi. ALMACN "EL CONDOR"
Avenida Noria No. 60.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento una re-
cmara. Calle 52 No. 18, infor-
mes Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento confor-
table. Calle 15 No. 32, San Fran-
cisco de la Caleta.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo
e independiente en la Calle le
Ingenio No. 76. Para informes ofi-
cina Baqueilzo. Tel. 3-0699.
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento dos re-
cmaras, solo-comedor, balcones,
cuarto empleda, garage, etc. Calle
Colombio 8, apartamento 5, 3-
0338.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento 2 rec-
maras, garage, comodidades mo-
dernos, casa 135. vio "Belisario
Porras". Lime Tel. 2-1456.
ALQUILASE: Aportomento, sola,
comedor. 2 recmaras, meseta, ser-
vicios independientes, casa 23,
Avenida B. Llame telfono 2-1456.
ALOUILASE:Apartamento casa 92
Avenida Sptima, San Francisco,
amplio, ventilado. Llame telfono
2-1456.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento. 3 rec-
maras, servicios independientes,
zagun exclusivo, cosa 56 Aveni-
da Norte, cloro, ventilado. B.70.-
00. Llama telfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Aportamento chico,
motrimonio o persona sola. Lugar
cntrico. Avenida Centrol. Infor.
mes oficina Fbrica 8 a 12 calla
H No. 18.
ni

SE VENDE:Equipo de sonido con
cuotro oltoporlontes, plonto elc-
trica de gasoline morca ONAN, I 10
voltios, un proyector de cine RCA
de 16 mm, parlante. Todo- en
magnficos condiciones. Sterling
Products International, S. A. Colla
29 Esta No. 4, telfono 3-1697.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA-Cojera y empleadas
pora El Club Zomby. Buen sueldo.
Carlos A. Mendoza No. 65. Tel.
2-0135.
SE NECESITA:Un aseador con re-
ferences. Acuda Sastrera Holly-
wood, Avenida Centrol 146.
IL
CANAL DE PANAMA OFRECE
EN VENTA
El Conol da Ponom ofrece en ven-
,to, bajo propuestos selladas, que se
~hon de abrir o las 10 y 30 de la ma-
ana del 17 de Julio de 1951. uno
nstolaon para desorrollar rayos-X,
ituoda en el Hospital de Margarita.
Pora fines de informacin y de im-
paccin, comuniqese con el Sr. Mc-
Nihenny, telfono 3-1797. Se po-
drn conseguir los formularios paro
las propuestos en lo Seccin de Abas-
tecimiento Hospital de Coln, con
ti Almacenista Interino. Cristbal,
telfono 3-1256, o en la oficina del
Superintendente de Almacenes, Bal-
boa, telfono 2-2777.
SE COMPRA
COMPRO:Rollos papel Kroft 30
pulgadas. Lavondera Americano.
Avenido Per 16.
SE NECESITA: AGENTE VENDE-
DOR para el Club de la Joyera
Hawaii Ave. Central 56.
SE NECESITA:Operara u opera-
rio experto para trabajo general.
Intil presentarse sin experiencia,
Soln de Belleza Filos, calle J No.
4.
SE NECESITA:Vendedores de se-
guros, etc. tienen buena oportuni-
dad de aumentar sus Ingresos, ven-
diendo refrigeradoras ADMIRAL
No tienen que dejar su empleo
presente. Casa Sparton, Centrol
223. Calidonia.
SE VENDE
Automviles
COMPRO camin tipo mulo tamao
vonde. Pago contado. Prefiero sin
derechos. Dirjase: Urea, Centrol
191.
SE VENDE: Comioneto 6. M. C.
Metlica en perfectos condiciones
mecinicas. 5 Montas nuevas. Infr-
mese telfono 2-2040 de 8:00 o.
m. a 1 :00 p. m. con el seor
Gnu,
SE VENDE:Crosley Sedan 1947 2
puertas. Cosa 23 Apto. 4. Calle
50, Bella Vista.
IE VENDE: Dos camiones Stude-
boker 1947 de volquete 4 yardas,
con llantos nuevas en B. 1.500.00,
para verlos llame al' telfono 3-
0706. Calla 41 final. Si est inte-
resado traiga dos bateras y se los
lleva.
COMPRAMOS: Fords, Chevrolats,
Mercury. Coupe, y Sedan, ao
1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950,
1951. Ofrecemos buenos precios.
Para informacin llame al Tel. 3-
0035 o acuda o Via Belisario PO-
RRAS. ESTACIN SAS.
SE VENDE:Coman chasis "StucUj-
boker" Mod. M.17, doble dife-
rencial, motor perfecta condicin,
siete llantas 8.25 x 20 Michellln.
muy buen estado, un ao uso.
Precio mdico. Llame telfono 555-
J, Coln.
PERSONALES
URGE LOCALIZAR aera entregar ce-
rreapendencia a la Srte. Thelvi
Allantara Sendeval. Llama al Ad-
ministrador da "II Panam Am-
rica", Tal. 2-0740. Herat da of i
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, qua
conozca de labores de campo pa-
ra cuidar cosa en el Valle de An-
tn. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj antes. Ca.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbri-
ca de Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
MISCELNEA
La Lavondera Hispana situada en ca
lie 19 y Ave. A se traslad a Ave
nido Central No. 152.
Tiene inters en ganar dinero? Buena
presencia, experiencia en propa-
gando, le esperamos, Ave. Central
47 Apto. 23, de 2 a 5.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. DI LEFIVRE Tal. Z-HU
VINDI LOTES
Paga Inicial minima 100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
Lotes con Collas y Acueductos de
lo Ciudad desde B. 1.00 al maro.
Alquilamos equipo paaodo paio
movimiento da tierra.
Alquilarnos lotes o largos plazos.
Club de Iotas. 8.3.00 y B.4.00
semanales
SE VENDE:Abarrotera. Precio gon-
go por motivo de vioje. Calle 12
No. 16, San Francisco.
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje.
Refesquer4 y Cafetera La Buena
Suerte, Ave. A y Calle 15, anti-
guo local de Simn.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Acabamos de Recibir
CAIRAS DE PESCAR
DE VIDRIO
que ser el ltimo embarque
segn las condiciones
actuales.
Tambin tenemos un surtido
variadsimo de
CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 278
Tel. 3-0140.
SE VENDE:Lola lindo, elevado y
plano, de 1,100 M2 en Calla 10o,
Poitilla, a pocos posos da lo Co-
lla 50. Acuda a Caso Fastlich, Cen-
tral 161.
SE VENDE:En Tabogo coso (Bello
Vista). Ocurra Colla H No. 49,
altos. Tel. 2-1485.
Oeertunidad:
nico, lote en "El Cangrejo" a B. 6.-
00 M2. Excelente ubicacin.
Roberto Mir 2-1215
SE VENDIN:
Lotes, boratos. Chalets y cosa de 2
apartamentos en "El Cangrejo".
Infrmese
Roberta Mir 2-1215
SE VENDE:Sa trasposo local cn-
trico, alquiler B. 135.00, por B.
500.00 contado y pequeo saldo a
5 mases. Tel. 2-0428 da 8-12, 2-
5 p. m.
SE VENDEnica oportunidad com-
prar casi por mitad precio magn-
fica residencia con cuatro recma-
ras, dos sala-comedor, dos gara-
ges, cuorto empleadas, jardines, 3
servicios sanitarios, etc., situado
en Poitilla. Llame telfono 2-
1456.
SE ALQUILA
Locale*
SE ALQUlLvLool pora fiejno,
arriba del Teatro Central.
SE NECESITA
Domstico
No necesita ser calvo, la cada del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar, Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar haca crecer al cobello. Qui-
nar sa venda an todos las buenas
formocias.
SE ALQUILA:Amplio local para
oficina. Pueden ocuparlo dos pro-
fesionoles, B.25.00. Rios, BoncO
Nacional.
SE ALQUILA:Local comercial. Ave-
nida Central 261. barato, B.50.-
00. Telfono 3-0338.
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JU COMPRA: COPRA de produc-
cin nacionol exclusivamente, en
Cualquier cantidad a 8.200.00 lo
tonelada de 2.000 libras netas.
bien limpia y seca, puesta y pesado
en nuestra planta de lo ciudad de
PanamCA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A. Corretero del Ae-
ropuerto. Tel. 3-1371
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero con
referencias. Buen sueldo, calle 41
No. 19.
SE NECESITA: Empleada, bueno
presencia. Intil s no tiene expe-
riencia. Buen sueldo. Calle 52 ca-
sa 8 Apto. 4.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia, buenas referencias. Buen
sueldo. Calle 46 No. 24.
SE COMPRA: SEBO FRITO (De-
rretido) de pr:rrero calidad a B.
0.16 la libra neta en cualquier
contidad, entregado en lo ciudad
da Panom. Se advierte que se re-
chazor todo sebo de proceden-
cia extroniere o tedo sebo nocio-
nal que hova 'ido mezclodo con
extroniere. CA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES. S. A., Corretera del Ae-
ropuerto.
LA FABRICA
DE MUEBLES
LA GARANTA
Necesita barnizadores con
experiencia en trabajos de
barniz y pinturas.
Carretera Rio Abajo
No. 2154
SE NECESITA:Empleado que sepe
cocinar, pora oficios domsticos.
Debe dormir empleo. Calle 49 Es-
te No. 24.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para ser-
vicio. Debe dormir en empleo.
Ave. Manuel Icazo No. 18 Urba-
nizacin Campo Alegre.
Pensin Centro Americana a precio
mdico suministra habitacin y
comido, valor especial, buena aten-
cin a estudiantes universitarios.
Avenida Per No. 34. Telfono 3-
3281:
LEONOR MANRIQUE Modista re-
conocida de la sociedad de Cali y
Bogot, de nuevo en Panam, pora
ofrecerle sus servicios a las damas
elegantes. Especialidad vestidos
sastre, recepcin y -ballet. Calle 32
No. I, Apto. 15.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
NECESITO:Uno sirvienta poro ofi-
cios domsticos. Informas Dulcera
Astoria, colla P No. 3.
Con 6725.00
PUEDE OBTENER
UNA REFRIGERADORA
ADMIRAL!
Durante el mes de Julio ni-
camente, seguimos ofreciendo
la oportunidad de tener una
Refrigeradora en su hogar con
un pago Inicial dr B/25.00 y
Elazos cmodos. Hay 8 mode-
is diferentes al escoger. 5
aos de garanta. VEA la
ADMIRAL antes de comprar
una Refrigeradora!
Mueblera Casa Sparton
Caatral 121 Callenla Tel. I-1441
SE NECESITA:Empleoda, sepo co-
cinor bien, hacer trbalo de caso.
Slo dos personas. Duerma en el
empleo. Buenos referencias. Calle
44 Esta No. 22, Apto. 3.
SE NECESITA:Empleado pora ofi-
cios de casa, que duermo en el
empleo. Troigo referencias. Calle
37 No. 22. _____________
SE NECESITA:Empleoda oficios ge-
nerales. Duerma empleo. Calle 13
Este (Solsipuedes) No. 2, segun-
do piso.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda para co-
cinor y oficios domsticos. 534-B,
Curundu Heights, telfono 83-
3282.
SE NECESITA: Persona que sepo
cocinor, no tiene que dormir en el
empleo. Ocurra a lo Ava. Manuel
Iceza No. 26. '
SE NECESITAEmpleoda competen-
te para oficios domsticos. Colla
Francisco Filos No. 54, Vista Her-
mosa.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet paro vaca-
ciones en El Volcn, gas para co-
cinar, chimenea francesa, acomo-
do 6 se alquila por semana, mas
o ms. Cristbal, 3-2324 de 4:30
6:30 p. m.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto para hombre
solo. Sin muebles. Avenida Central
No. 79. All informan de 2 a 6 p.
m
SE ALQUILACuarto con o sin mue-
bles Pora hombre solo de buenas
costumbres. Calle 6o. No. 19, l-
timo piso.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
claro, fresco, pora uno o dos hom-
bres. Informes: Calle Colombia No.
8, Apto. 5, 3-0338.
SE NECESITANina da escualo se-
cundario no menor quince aos,
que quiera trabajar en casa fami-
lia. Cebe dormir en casa. Sueldo
razonoble. Acuda Calle Carlos A.
Mendoza No. 66.
SE ALQUILAN:2 cuortos con ol-
mentacin, B 60.00 y B.70.00 por
mes. salido independiente. Calla
45 No. 34.
Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a los telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO ,
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln
a*
Ricardo A. Mir,
5. A
Calla 16 Este No. 4
Tal. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DK ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calla 14 Cata Na. 4 Tel. z-MH
, t PAPEL ep rollo,
de 18 y 24 pulgadas
. MANILA
. VASOS
"H" de 6, 7. 8 y
10 onzas
. BATERAS
para Flashlights
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Juego de comedor co-
s nuevo. Calla 41 No. 39.
Fortalezca la
economa Nacional'.
COMPRE....
TROPIDURA
A rRL'EBA DC MOHO
SE VENDE:Vitrno y un oparodor
en buenas condiciones, a un bajo
precio. Victoriono Lorenzo No. 9.
(primer olto).
VNDESE mobiliario dos residencie*.
bien conservados. Precios increbles.
Ocurro caso esQuina calles prime-
ra y once. Poitillo, de 1 o 6 p. m.
SE VENDEBoroto. Juago recemora.
estonia, cmoda, cama. msita no-
che. Colla H No. *9 olios. Tel. 2-
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Distintuida.*, personalidades de Guatemala fueron anoche atasajadas por el Gerente de 1
Caja del Seturo Social, Lie. Manuel Soils P., en un banquete ofrecido en el Jardn Barbea,
son ellos el seor Carlos H. Ruis, Jefe del Departamento de Divulgaciones y Relaciones P-
blicas del Instituto Guatemalteco de Seguridad Social de Guatemala, y don Gerardo Jaeob y
Ernest, Director de la Asociacin General de Agricultores de Guatemala. El seor Ruis viaj
a Panam en misin de acercamiento y para realisar una risita a la Caja,del Seguro Social
de Panam con el objeto de recoter laa experiencias panameas en materia de seguridad so-
cial. Xa fotografa capta un memento duran te el agasajo. Sentado a la cabeza de la mesa,
don Carlos H. Ruis, Jefe del Departamento de Divulgaciones de Guatemala; doa Thelma H.
de Soils, esposa del Gerente Solis; don Gerardo Jacob y Ernest; seorita Sonia Cajar, de la
Caja del Seguro; Lie. Guillermo Amaya, Secretario General de la Caja del Seguro; seorita
Bertilda Paredes, de la Caja del Seguro; don jorge Velasquez, Agente del Seguro en Coln;
seorita Isabel Tejeira, del Seguro; Licenciado Manuel Solis P., Gerente de la Caja; seorita
Delia Mndez, del Seguro; don Carlos Calzad!Ha, Subgerente de la Caja; doa Yolanda P. de
Silva, d la Caja; Lie. Humberto Ricord y seora, doa Elsie de Rlcord, don Rogelio Sinn,
Jefe del Departamento de Divulgaciones y Publicidad de la Caja, y su seora doa Berta C.
de Sinn.
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semana, se anuncia
NACIONES UNIDAS, julio 13.
(UP). Las esferas diplom-
ticas informaron que el Con-
sejo de Seguridad probable-
mente se rena dentro de una
semana para estudiar el blo-
queo impuesto por los egipcios
en el Canal de Suez a los em-
barques destinados a Israel.
" Hasta el momento no se sabe
si el mismo Israel o algn otro
miembro tomar la Iniciativa en
esta cuestin. Uno de los pases
ms interesados en ella es Oran
Bretaa.
El Ministro de Relaciones Ex-
teriores britnico. Herbert Mo-
rrison, inform hoy a los Co-
munes que la patrulla de a-
bordaje egipcia que detuvo al
mercante britnico "Empire
Roach" el lo. de julio haba sa-
queado a la nave y destruido su
radio.
Por su parte, el Ministro de
Estado Kenneth Younger Indico
que el asunto seria planteado
en el Consejo de Seguridad.
Acusado Alcalde
ron a dar ms detalles.
Wlllet, de 45 aos de edad y
exmarino llam a" su oficina a
Collins de 57 aos de edad rw-
ra discutir los turnos, y en p,-
co minutos tuvieron una aca-
lorada discusin.
"Collins me llam embustero,
lo que me aguant', dijo el al-
calde. "Entonces me llam !o
mismo que el Presidente Tru-
man llam a Drew Pearson. Y
yo no me aguanto so de naJic
asi que le pegu".
Collins dijo que estuvo luchan
do con Willet durante unos 15
minuto antes de ser separadas.
Por su parte, Collins dijo que
quiso darle un trato especial al
alcalde, pero que sto pidi ser
tratado como cualquier otro pri-
sionero. Willet fu puesto en u-
na celda, y 15 minutos despus
deposit una fianza de 25 d-
lares.
1 i '
Persians Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
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Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle S9 E. 33
Tel. S-1713
Llamado a juicio
133 del Cdigo Penal que deter-
mina responsabilidad penal a
todo funcionario pblico que sin
cumplir las formalidades prescrl
tas por la ley privando a una
persona de su libertad. La san-
cin sealada por este artcu-
lo es de interdiccin de fun-
ciones pblicas por un mes o
un ao.
Hasta el momento de entrar
en prensa este diarlo, el Li-
cenciado ngel Vega Mndez
no ee haba notificado del re-
ferido auto de llamamiento a
Juicio. .
El Juez Cuarto neg la solici-
tud de prisin preventiva en el
caso del Alcalde Vega Mndez,
por considerar que el delito de
que se le acusa no tiene pena
de prisin.
Estadot Unidos
Francis Adams Truslow.
El Departamento de Estado
Inform que Bohan se propone
salir en breve por va area Ma-
cla Ro de Janeiro como miem-
bro de la Comisin de Fomento
Econmico, puesto que ocupar
hasta tanto el Presidente Tru-
man haga un nuevo nombra-
miento. La Comisin estudiar
las necesidades de fomento del
Brasil y formular recomenda-
ciones para el mejoramiento en
el transporte, energa elctrica,
minerales, agricultura y otros
ramos. La Comisin es un pro-
yecto del Programa del Punto
Cuatro sobre Cooperacin Eco-
nmica, y fu creada como re-
sultado del acuerdo firmado
con el Brasil en diciembre l-
timo.
EL OOBIERNO......
desde las primeras horas se pre-
sent a su despacho,' mientras
un cordn de policas guarc'.ba
la entrada y mantena al p-
blico a una distancia pruden-
cial.
El Ministerio de Oobierno en-
vi esta maana al Comandante
Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de Pe l-
ela una nota del tenor siguiente:
Seor Comandante:
En reunin efectuada hoy, a
invitacin del Excelentsimo se-
or Presidente de la Repblica,
con asistencia de destacados ju-
ristas nacionales, se consider
detenidamente la situacin sus-
citada con motivo de resolucio-
nes expedidas por el Consejo
Municipal de Panam v relati-
vas al problema de la Alcalda
Municipal. Aunque el rgano E-
jecutivo no estima de su deber
calificar dicha situacin, com-
prende que puede engendrar
consecuencias i n convenientes
para el orden pblico, que es In-
dispensable precaver. En con-
secuencia, y ante el hecho de es-
tar en ejercicio el Alcalde ele-
gido por el voto popular, el E-
jecutlvo ha acordado que las
decisiones de ste deben ser a-
catadas y rodeadas de la protec-
cin y colaboracin de las auto-
ridades nacionales.
El acuerdo anterior debe cum-
plirlo usted, como instruccin
ael Ministerio a mi cargo, mien-
tras no se produzcan pronun-
camlentos Judiciales que' afec-
Detenido prelado
catlico por los
comunistas chinos
HONQ KONQ, julio 13. (UP).
Las esferas catlicas Infor-
maron que el Arzobispo Anto-
nio Rlberl, principal prelado ca-
tlico en China ha sido puesto
bajo detencin domiciliaria en
Nanking junto con otros dos
sacerdotes.
Las esferas dijeron que las
autoridades comunistas han co-
locado soldados en torno de la
residencia del Arzobispo quien
en una ocasin ocup cargo
eclesistico en Bolivia y no
permite que nadie entre o sal*
ga de la misma.
Segn los Informantes, el
Arzobispo fue puesto bajo de-
tencin domiciliarla el 2 de
junio en unin de Monseor
Jos Caprlo, de nacionalidad
italiana y el padre Herman
Hunden, de Blgica. Rlberl es
natural de Monaco y lleg a
la China en 1946.
ten la situacin del funcionara
que se encuentra al frente de la
Alcalda de Panam. aat,
Sov de usted atento v seguro-SI)
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Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
rseaaccin Social
de EL PAIN AM A- AMERICA
Telfono 3-1032 HORASi 8:00 a 10:00 a.m. Apartado 134

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yac ton
de francia
El Ministro de Francia en Panam y Seora Guy Men-
anr tienen el honor de participarles que en celebracin de
la Fiesta Patria de la Repblica Francesa, el 14 de Julio,
una corona ser depositada al monumento de los France-
ses. Plaza de Francia. Quedan invitados los miembros de
la Colonia Francesa, el Comit France-Amcriquc y de la
Alianza Francesa.
En honor a este glorioso acto tendr lugar una recep-
cin en la Legacin de Francia a las 11 a.m.
De 6:00 a 8:00 p.m. se celebrar en la Legacin de
Francia una recepcin para todos los amibos de Francia.
/AH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. Mmb/n!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
HOJUELAS DE AVENA 3-MINUTOS
tn ludo el mundo lo nios prcheren Us
Hojuelas de Avena VMinutos. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos le gusta su
Luego srvase ustid urobiin un plato
de tn alimeninio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son escs suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de tilo sabor
a nutt. que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted mahina a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena -S-Minutnv
el manjar unieralmenie preferido
para el desayuno

;Ms elegantes?
Ningn esmalta, a ningn precio
hoc* lot una mas elegantes que CUTEX
Superior porque ronliene "enamelon", que
hare perdurar el brillo muihn tiempo. No
M grieta, desprende ni descolora.
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Caleslino, suave, per-
durable. I ii ruaticei
que combinan armonio-
samente con el esmalte
' ui. \ para sus uas.
h'.l puntal ti' >nrn uas ms popular iIpI miindn.
NUESTRO CLUB es el MEJOR
ron muebles Ir MEJOR CALIDAD
a los precios MAS BAJOS
JUEGOS DE SALA CON PLSTICOS
de PRIMERA CALIDAD, desde B7.3.50
Le ofrecemos
lindos juegos de
SALA SIMMONS
y DIVANES sueltos
ElJailq
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y lew Linleos "
AVE. CENTRAL No. 86
FACILIDADES DE PAGO
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Banquete en el Club Unin
Loj miembros dei Comit
France Amerlque y L'Alllance
Francaise de Panam ofrecen
hoy viernes 13 de julio un ban-
quete en el Club Unin en ce-
lebracin del 14 de julio licita
Patria de la Repblica France-
sa. Asistir como invitado de
honor el Excmo. seor Presiden-
te de la Repblica don Aluibia-
des Arosemcna y su culta esco-
ta doa Heliodora A. de Aroe-
mena.
I'cubana.
Tara Taboga
Siguieron para la Isla de ls
Flores a pasar un parntesis de
descanso el Coronel Richard
Prescott y seora Emilia Ojsa
de Prescott.
Tambin para Taboga a pasar
las fiestas del Carmen, los j-
venes Martin Ramrez, Jaime
Jcome. Ernesto Mndez Jr. y el
doctor Juan Luis Correa.
Advenimiento
Se encuentra de plcemes con
ia llegada de una preciosa ui-
ita el hogar del seor Jaime
Ortega y Sra. Marcela C. de Or-
tega. El feliz suceso tuvo lugar
hoy en la Clnica San Teman-
do. Nuestra felicitaciones paia
los dichosos padres-
Invitaciones para la fiesta
I...panola
El Embajador de Espaa ha
enviado invitaciones para el c-
lemne Tedeum que con motivo
de la celebracin de la fidta
nacional de Espaa tendr lu-
gar el 18 de julio a las 9:30 en
ia Iglesia de San Jos. F.l Em-
bajador y la Condeia de RtUgo
crecer ese mismo da en (1
Saln Bella Vista del Hotel Fl
Ianama una elegante recepcin
para la cual han circulado nv.-
ii.ero.sas Invitaciones.
Para los Estados l'nidos
En viaje de descanso siguleAm
psra los Estados Unidos e c-
f.or George Novey y Sra. Amalia
G. de Novey acompaados de
. hijo el seor Dickie Hovtjr.
Los despedimos muy atenta-
mente
Ajusta su primer ao de vida
el precioso niito William Agos-
to en la fecha de hoy- Sus pa-
dres pava conmemorar tan sig-
nificativo suceso le ofrecer a
sus amlgultos (ya los tiene) una
piata en su residencia. Para
los felices padres y para la ro-
busta criatura, nuestra ms -
tusivas felicitaciones
r..uy atentamente.
Para Estados Unidos y Canatii
Por la va martima sigui VA-
i, los E.-lados Unidos y Cana-
d a pasar una temporada a?
vacaciones la Srta. Manuelila
ller. Le deseamos un ie:iz
viaje.
o O o
Para Nueva York
Grato paseo deseamos a a se-
ora Sarita Cliiari de 8e>.e"
quien en comoaia de su .o.-l-
na seorita Greta Navarro, i-
fcui para Nueva York.
A Nueva York en viaje de ne-
gocios sall el Sr. Justo FabioA-
rosemena a. quien despedirlos
be Costa Rica
Nuestra bienvenida para la
sonora Rosario A. de Gal.udo
r.uien despus de haber pajado
varios das en San Jos de Coa-
t Rica se encuentra nuevaiu n
te entre nosotros.
La Sra. Flora Chvez de Guz-
n.n. esposa del Embajador de
Costa Rica en Panam don Al-
fonso Guzman Leon, lleg ayer
a Panam por la va area pro-
cedente de San Jos de Co*ta
Klca.
De Cuba
Nuestro cordial saludo para
C a Raquel de Dutary quien a-
compaada de sus hijos se en-
cuentra en esta ciudad. Vi-.ie
la seora de Dutary de La Ha-
bana. Cuba, donde su espeso el
doctor Aurelio Dutary desempe-
a el alto cargo de Embajador
de nuestro pala en la capes)
Restablecida
Acompaada de su recin na-
cido abandon el Hospital Pa-
nam la seora Carmen de Ca-
prlles, noticia que anotamos con
suma complacencia.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Clara Sosa de Fbrega
Srta. Gladys Altamlranda
seor Ernesto Enrique Arias
seor Enrique de la Guardia
Lie. Francisco Alvarado Jr.
Joven Paul A. Runyan
fu-
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Anglica Mari de
tierson
Srta. Priscilla Navrro Smith
Srta Marta Boyd Diaz
seor Julio E. Heurtematto
seor Carlos de Jann Jr.
seor Jack Serlbner
nio Pierre Antoine Estripeaut
Navarro.
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Cumpleaos
Ajusta un ao ms de Vida
nuestra gentil compaera de la-
bore; Silvia Rosa Flrez, po rial
motivo nos es grato felicitarla
/ que cumpla muchos aos ms
Silvia Rosa recibir maana a
las siete a sus amistades que
deseen saludarla.
Para Nueva York
vapor "Pana-
ma" via New York el prominen-
1 te Industrial, Presidente del
Banco Fiduciario de Panam,
Renense peritos
agropecuarios el
prximo domingo
El domingo 15 del presente
mes. a lar 8 a.m. tendr lugar
en el Instituto Nacional una
Sr. don Justo Fablo Arosemcna.
Acompaa al distinguido aam
bre de negocios su hijo Justo Je
c,uien ingresar a una de los
ms reputadas universidades de
los Estados Unidos.
El seor Arosemena continua-
r en viaje de descanso htvta
el Canad y regresar pronto a
continuar la intensa labor que
ha venido realizando en pro de
la reapertura del Banco R;c-.-
ciario.
.
Dos grandes estrellas como
nueva pareja estelar
En "Peligro" que estrena el Jueres prximo
el Central
Los esfuerzos de un hombre
por averiguar la verdad en un
atraco del que fuera inculpado
reunin de los peritos agrope-
cuarios egresados de dicho Ins-
tituto.
Se tratar en dicha reunin
de asuntos de "suma impor-
tancia para la Asociacin de
Peritos Agropecuarios".
Lea "El Aviso Dortuno*
i
y por el que sufriera crcel du-
rante cinco aos, constituye el
motivo en que se basa el drama'
del selle- Olympic, "Peligro", que
distribuye la RKO Radio. i
Dick Powell y Rhonda Fie-1
mlng son las estrellas de la'
le con Powell como un1
ex-convlcto tratando de solu-
cionar el misterio que le vall
una condena y Rhonda Fleming!
como la bella- mujer del hom-
bre oue an est en presidio
por el mismo delito que llev a
Powell tras las rejas.
Con Powell comparte hono-,
res en "Peligro" la linda Rhon-
da Fleming.
~C alidad'
Belleza!
En el nuevo surtido de telas que
acabamos de recibir de Inglaterra
Tobralco ;
Floreado y Lito.
Poplin
Liso y Floreado.
Organd Corrugado
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las pelculas en espaol, que operan en nnett
cual la empresa del teatro antes mencionado
da, todo el material cinematogrfico que las
mar de Snchez capt el momento en que el
estampa tu firma en el mencionado contrato
Gajo Afuilera, rente de Dada-Dada y Ca.;
xicanas de Centro Amrica, S. A. y Antonio
Mexicana.
ntrato entre los distinguidos distribuidores de
ro pas y el Teatro "Ancn", Contrato por el
adquiere para su exhibicin en segunda corr-
Distribuidoras tensan a su disposicin. La C-
Gerente del Teatro "Ancn", Sr. James Boyd,
en presencia de los Distribuidores, seores Eu-
Enrique Molina Reyes, Gerente de Pelculas
Macunes, Asente de Distribuidora Hispano
"El Sueo Infernal" se presenta hoy {
en el "Lux" y maana en el "CeeiKa"
En funciones especiales a las 11 p. m.
--------------------------------------------------Gran Inters ha despertado
la noticia del estreno doble en
los teatros Lux (esta noche a
las 11) y en el Cecilia maana
sbado alas 11, de la produccin
"El Sueo Infernal", dramtica
cinta que revela hasta dnde ha
llegado la juventud de hoy en
los Estados Unidos.
Lita Grey Chaplin. John Mlt-
chum y "Mr. Amrica" encabe-
zan el reparto de esta pelcula
que es una leccin moral para
todo padre de familia y maestra
la caridad de Coln hacen sa-
ber al pblico en general que
a partir de este ao en la fe-
cha arriba mencionada se efec-
tuar una colecta que se usar
para el sostenimiento del al-
muerzo de los pobres de la es-
cuela de San Vicente de Pal,
y en .otras obras de asistencia
social como medicinas para en-
fermos y paquetes de viveres
para familias pobres.
de escuela. "El Sueo Infernal"
es la revelacin dramtica y
casi increble de cmo los ni-
os de edad escolar se con-
vierten en victimas de las dro-
gas heroicas, para beneficiar al
ser ms vil del mundo, el ven-
dedor de drogas clandestinas.
Esta historia, arrancada de
las pginas de los peridicos
neoyorquinos, es un poderoso
instrumento para prevenir a la
Juventud de hoy. y tambin a
los padres, de los peligros de
las drogas.
"El Sueo Infernal" se pre-
senta hoy y maana al pblico
de Panama en los teatros Lux
y Cecilia en pre-estreno simul-itro Rialto de Broadway, en la!'
neamente con el famoso Tea- ciudad de Nueva York._______
MORRHUOL de CHAPOTEAUT
SIMPLE y CREOSOTADO
LO MEJOR para COMBATIR EL CATARRO
DE VENTA EN TODAS LAS FARMACIAS.
-
SOCIALES DE COLON
Per ILD11H BERTONCINI
Apartad* iX
Apartado lMfl
Leone y seora, doa Vianca de
Leone, celebraron el dia 11 de
los corrientes el octavo aniver-
sario de matrimonio. Para ellos
nuestras cordiales felicitaciones
con tal motivo.
Agasajo de despedida
El domingo fue agasajada por,
un grupo de ex-alumnas del!
Colegio Santa Maria con un
almuerzo en los salones del Ho-!
tel Washington la Srlta. Blan-
ca Schettlnl, quien saldr den-1
tro de poco para Italia, en don-'
de contraer matrimonio con el
joven Ingeniero seor Jos La-
rocca.
Este simptico agasajo fue or-1
?an izado por la seorita Lia
olanda Valle y asistieron las
siguientes seoritas: Gabby
Mndez, Gloria Castillo, Hele-
na Gonzlez, Mara Chltrlt, Do-
ra Herrera, Pearl Camp, Ernes- '
tina Berro,
Grace Ho.
Betty Chang y
Cumpleaos de ayer
Aunque algo tarde, hacemos
llegar nuestras felicitaciones de
cumpleaos a la seorita Tita,
Galtn.. quien en el dia de ayer
sum un ao ms de vida. .
Aniversario de matrimonio
Los esposos doctor Colombino
Para Italia
Por este medio despedimos al
seor Blagglo 8chettinl y seo-
ra Hilda de Schettlnl. quienes
acompaados de su hija Blan-
ca, partirn para Italia. Les
deseamos un feliz viaje.
Da de la Caridad
El dia 19 de julio ha sido
declarado por el Honorable Con-
sejo Municipal de Coln como
"Da de la Caridad" en esta
ciudad.
Por este medio las damas de
GANAS ff^P
TtiaieUs con tt remedio cuero, fcil >
barato: (Ja cuarto litro da agua, una cu
charada da glice-ftn*. I cucharada! da -U>
Ram (o agua ? Coloaia) y una caju 4c
Com pom to da Barb*. Compra atoa la*
aradaatca en la bo'.lea, mtcleloa
botella f oitlea para teflfr ana r"*
aar L*. Indicacin es ia caja 4*1 C
ra"* 4 Pro
TAPIOCA
PUDDING
(RIQUSIMOS PUDINES DI TAPIOCA!
A un paquete de Pudn Jell-O
de Tapioca (Chocolate. Vainilla,
o Naranja-Coco)
So lo agregan dos tazas da
leche y
So cocina uno* cinco minutos.
Eso es todo!
Es un postro excelente, qua
guata y que os muy econmico!

| Compro oros magnficos Pudines JeH-O
ele Tapioca y prubelos hoy mismo I
l
Lo ms rico en harinas!
i
Por su delicada textura y rico sabor ee
insuperable para toda repostera.
Compre un paquete y pruebe las sabro-
sas recetas que trae.
PARA MAYOR GARANTA
EN LA REPOSTERA
GUIA de HOTELES en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
HIW TOK CITY. MIW TOtt
HOTEL nCCADBXY, w.ua..
Titiea Min. Ctrca u Kocktieller Cal-
lar, latro. y Uaaaa* priac:. Caa-
teoleate todo !el malte* te trenaoorte
Boto] a*Mro. *M aiertea. talea ton ba-
st y ladle. Te!trla:on. Deplo Eapanol.
"alfil rtetaureate aa al Hotel. Cotia
akap para aajtiaai; tara ala-jaree, at-
ante, tena 7 Cocktail Hour, al raaaee
ntx-aDrLLT cincos LOOdOI ata aa
re a enlata* exctacltn.la.
OTO. IttnTON HALL, ..0.a..,
* SS St. alea aa natrita*. Subterrlaeo r a-
aleue, el pte el Betel. Cea.ealeate a la*
Mtateaee Palta*, cuanta aaa talo, una na.
eeaa. ateta csn.. i. utll Ttetela tarta*.
ata aattaa. Cela -Brateaal He Ttrt".
HOTEL GOVEKOK CLINTON.
raat* a Fauaylreala SUtlta, ta al *e-
raiea te lea ooccienee teetrala y teatral
UM katltacltoa* ees late arl'iao. reta,
Mua atrtleau balala. SBBTIDOB. Prata*
aa* 14 N ...|M era.l Xjno.'.Woa a
t*U* ttsaatla I* ttaatlara teteoaajaaita.
HOTEL ROBEXT FVhTitU' M w.
11 St.. luiar trentuilo te eaklant* tanlar.
ceoU-elaaat* nblcto Cuartee IJK. kt-
e sri.tao, kltckenettt* ll M aaa oaraoat,
II M per te. apt*, ti I i I ruarle*
Pieeeee aeaenalee'r aanauelte pere fea!.
lia* reealtaee beata w. Dipt* liyeSo!
a caifa sr. Mana* Ptrttul Cabltereflar
tOLTOBOTBL tal. T l-iao. Aaoc tea
Park Plata.
THE BUTTON HOTEL, ut a. u st.
Ctrca 4* la* Hedocet Culta*. TranuUe,
aaUrae. Cocina eictltaU. rotUa, uitruioa.
elre eeontlcloneto. Pladaa tralla aeoollle*
ateto DBis.M Apta*, tete caito*. P.e-
elot eeaaatala y atrmele., taptcltlta Se
beba oapeBcl. Cabla "ultoaottl".
HOTEL HENRY HUDSON, i w. 17
St.. ana Se Tlae* Seaere Cearee:eiite
para tttfaa toraltela. treraportt*. direr-
altsM. Ilenia*. I*. Av. UM eu.rtoe cea
taris. Sencilla* taita |4.00. oblea teee
I7.N. Ttltaiutn. Be bealt aaptflal.
HOTEL DIXIE, wi.ua si be-
tel ali aotftmt ta ti lalrlta a Ttaaa
Sotare. Toast) cuarto* aaa baflt. acba,
ratUt. Saacllltt teeee 11 50 Dobla ta-
ta oseo. Btcrlbt para
foUeto. Spantab Aaatrlcaa Dept
HOTEL BXECLAOtE, cu. n i
Brtata-.y a 1 minuto* at lea prlnrlpelM
Uaaaa*. tettroa Oarrlbui b la puerta. Habl-
OeclaOia tai bailo ptl-.to: 1 ptrataa II M-
*M. Do* -, AparUmaatoe para I t 4,
Ota a amatlli 17-0. Bakleaut aapeSal.
RIO APT. HOTEL, istst muni
tertt el UBDICAI. CBWTSH Ka al tta-
tre t le clenle Mapaaa. Aptee. te 1. t
aaarto* ta eedalllt j bait prltaat. Cae
a. Ota. ti. Preotat iimel*
a*
HOTELTCOLMBIA. Towtmsui'
"***" n" t>trara. BatUa aty. it.
' "2." D,*l~ ban* ptr tt-
aana BBPBCIAJ- ill. oraUi, aantt por
aula a Huero Tort. St habla tattle:
BOTA ILNICURBOCKa, ist w.
at at. anurt Aaa. a l*a Aaerlaaa y ana4-
Z"i .*?, *'"*' That. Stu.re.
*c011 Caita. ,, uMrtT^r.:
"alo*. tM cu.ru. tta raatla t bario
priraaa. Teleaiaitn iiineil----------- na
IIM Deba. DS tiSTZZuSSr?.
*"2f?J- <*rta. nmmnM-jc*.
un Ittjbsa a eu tmela, aa sabia ttpaaal
HOTEL VANOCKBLT, ^ A M
.}?-?* m* taaaatL
cuetra naieaiii feaoto*. Caartoa tta sa-
ne i rttUt: aoccllloe taat SI. rrobla ot*
17 5* TaabMa aptrtaaaiaatta para (aaailia*
"k--------aire-------------
HOTEL EMPIRE, imimaua a
aaa eueara al Suene Central, cerca a
la Otbala Analta r centre a ettaprat.
aaaallltai baaelarltaa tatablaSa*. Daa-
t lUI ata basa.
HOTEL DALLAS PARK,in s. sm
at. A o* euaaraa de tlaiaa* j teetroi. Sea-
clllot DS SS, tenia II. Apartamiento! tea
cocine torrid* ra III W 111.
EL NUEVO COBTEZ rra.tt.iarm
H.blttclonot coa tlrt acondicinate. 13 f
l-_'aUS* arlraao. S* beblt tepelol.
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, mthim
I., centra de Uleml. Prtntt ollclnll Lt-
attt Atrtat y oanlbn*. aa atbla tapUil.
BOAMI COLONIAL HOTEUsucar
si. O H.B I St.. adjunte al ifninaol a*-
"* taatral. Air nondmlamOi tatlaul.
STRAND HOTEL, t h. b. aa at. ca-
tre e Mlaal. Carca rtaUuranla ItUate.
trata** Uaaaa tereea. ti
uclata.
ALHAMBRA HOTEL, m s. s. d. st.
Be al centre de bUtaal. aloderne j COme-
'" tartla oaanltl para lata* tatrletno*.
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN. 7w
17 St. Crea al ttrtue Cattral. teatroo.
rtaa eaanunlaaclOB y laeerclt ai et-
ateel, Caartta aedtrnoa toa baAo prlvedo
Anerttaltatee toa kltcbtaetlta. t precloa
adiratei par dlu. atainalta a meoeu.-
It*. I> MtH i,i oaldat a Cocktail Lennie
Baetlentc aodne y peraoaal dt habla oa-
ptbel. Pera tomltaa Cata: "HOftTU-
BOTBJ." Hew Tart.
HOTEL ROBERTS, mw nada atea
el eortata btlial Preeloa rtaoa.kla a
arana. US cuartee ata baflt.
TUTTLE HOTEL,
terne
Ua
114 B. B. 4tb St. Ue-
Ap'a. a I r I cuartee aa el eora-
liaal. Carea a la* tienen
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, u street a
Bear., en el coraron de Tuna fiaaart. 31
plaaa: IMS hueipada: aabloata atraeU-
*o.' Caartba atdernoa > eleo-ra. aea bt-
Se y ducha pertlcultr. radio trttlt r
Sal- halad* .elrculaau iy- talcTlalOa
uaklln- A corta dutenda pa a ttt-
tra r. tlycnSa*. ariacintiae. atl tono *aa-
Sarrata 7 oanibai. Seat al "Diaaord
Batabot- a Bill Han. H*b:t*cloaa
eanatlaa taat oSlI.M: ebla tarta)
OSIIJH Btauuranta oto tira inellili
ata*. Cable: "Parata! Baa Talk".
MIAMI. FLORIDA
HOTEL E3MBERLY, Br=M^a7i
at Fiuiatl lattaa. caartte aaa baa* 7
tkicba. Uaa paraeaa. cede CS II ToakWn
_ tptot. eon eocta*. Htttaaraat*. Ttleelaiaa.
BELFORT HOTEL, J h b. i St. eta-
trebatnll olarta. .taste la aatatoa 00a
bafla. telelono, radl* 7 air* leeadlrleneln
Telalatn. Beerlkt p-Ti. reeei aelaie*.
VD^LAD'ESTEHOlXLrnaeane ai>.
7 Cell I Cestrtc*. Mttnlllet ateaclta el
elalera AablanU Utlno-eaearJaene.
R1TZBC
e btlaal
HOTEL. Fletla St Ba el eaeala
I Ceree at It* tlandee aelaiai*
a b*aa> eapaSol
HOW! 1AHATOMO. MIAMI. U.
MIAMI BATI'LE CIUtZK, m curt.
rarkw.j. Ml.mt Sprint*. Bl Sanatorio ata
trtatl* ta Miami para rape** 7 Belort-
alent* do eu telud. Toda eervlcto balo tu-
ptrrltlta -edict Sterlbt pidiendo Informa.
MIAMI MACH. FLOIIDA
LA NUEVA JOHNINA. Praau .1 a.
Tl St. Oellln. Aira taondleltnado Plart
prl.aSa rlielna. Cocktail Louat-a BttUt-
rante. II e ate pec peraona. cuarto para 1.
~J _^ ~ -~ -at avia, vital rf) fill
HOTEL CADILLAC, rm ctame a...
rTOBl* el air. plira prlee Aire ecoetl-
cloaatto. Precio, reduclto. en rereno
SOVEBEIGN HOTEL 44 st it.~
""" asta* 7 PUTa prlraat. Aire eooa-
ollrlariiol*. Dobla cede oa II.
TWIN MOyHTAIH. rT~
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTELTt*!.
aaoUla, >1 aba ti entra 1 la* Mon-
kaAi* Blaaaa*. SicelaaU cocina. Tlmn Bu-
rapeo. Frnlil aldlae Tod.i feclllaladai
para una* btolnaablee racaetona tta a*e-
aaaaa 7 recreo. Plata*. Oolf. Taala. Ptt-
e VlalUe larlaa pa antebda a eltloe dt
atarte. Patala* 7 etraa recraaclonn. Pe-
rt Inftraadtn 7 Hai 1 ictaate acriba a:
oaoaoa TlCaTOta. IWreeter-Oorente.
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Chamber a Cttaatarta Bldf.. allaal. 7!.
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Presentamos....El Mejor y Mas
Chrysler Que Jamas Se Ha


Para 1951 Chrysler ha construido el
carro con ms adelantos tcnicos que
ningn otro fabricante haya diseado
en aosl
Si Ud, espera poseer uno esta ao o
no debe probar al nuevo Chrysler
1951 con 70 nuevos adelantos tcnicos
y mecnicos. Estas renovaciones tcnicas
que harn historia en tl desarrollo de
la produccin de carros da Amrica para
1951, la iniciacin de toda ana nueva era
mecnica que har la maravilla del pblico .
cristalizada en un Chrysler 1951.

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i

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el acabado ms perfecto!
El Chrysler 1951 presenta el
asombroso sistema Oriflow de
amortiguadores que ningn
otro carro posee!
Nueva maquinaria
sin rival en poder
180 H.P. Chrysler revolucionar
la industria automovilstica
con este nuevo motor.
Mil innovaciones!


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PAGINA niKZ

L PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INOEPENDIENTB
VIERNES, JULIO 13, 1981
LA DIRECTIVA DE LA ASOCIACIN DEPORTIVA DE LA
UNIVERSIDAD NAL TOMO POSESIN DE SU CARGO AYER
Ir
a.
tu
-i'
n
-*
Ayer tom posesin de su carfo, la Directiva de la Asociacin Deportiva de la Universidad
Nacional en un significativo acto que tuvo lurar en el Paraninfo de dicho centro de estudios.
Despus que el Rector de la Universidad, Doctor Octavio Mndez Pereira, dio posesin en for-
ma rpida al Lie. Gilberto Valds como Secretario General de la Asociacin, este entusiasta
deportista Jurament al resto de los miembros, secn puede apreciarse en esta vista, donde
aparecen, de izquierda a derecha, el Lie. G. Valds. Rodrigo Baruco, Vocal; Mara I. Mora-
les. Secretaria de Actas y Correspondencia; Jeremas Herrera, Subsecretario General y Cesar
Lona, Vocal. Tambin aparece sentado, el profesor Alfonso Rojas Sucre, Director del Curso
de Educacin Fsica de la Universidad.__________________________________
El Luchador Se
S Impuso Anoche
Al Boxeador
l .* Por Darkins
* Una concurrencia record pre-
** senci el magnifico programa
**t. de boxeo amateur celebrado a-
*- noche y con el cual se dio
comienzo a la temporada pre-
,' seleccionado bolivat ano.
El encuentro de atraccin fue
m, el del boxeador contra el lu-
I echador, a un limite de 4 asal-
, tos. El boxeador tom la ofen-
siva conectando una serie de
^ golpes al luchador Jimnez, ha-
_r clndolo sangrar por la boca y
la nariz. En el cuarto asalto
el luchador tom la ofensiva
,e inhabilit por completo por
[ms de 20 segundos al boxeador
por lo cual el arbitro declar
al lnchpdor vencedor por K.O.
|} nblico silb la decisin.
'En los otros encuentros Beau
[Jack II super nor tercera vez
i consecutiva a Toly Elias.
h El peruano Jes,s Ramos ven-
ci a Manuel Portillo; Josellto
Griiin cphipen sin corona de
los gallos, vapule al machi
'Ton- Rliaw: Juan Moreno se
| Imp'so a Ernesto Torrejtlosa y
I en la ltima pelea y nico
noenut de la noche, el debu-
tan, e Dito AlRuero noque al
mln-.ilo y 14 segundos del se-
urrto asalto a Kenneth Callen-
ider.
Los Medias Rojas Pasaron Al
Primer Lugar De La Americana
LIGA NACIONAL
Brooklyn ........ 51 26 .662
St. Luis ........ 41 35 .539
New York ........43 37 .538
Clncinattl ....... 36 38 .586
Flladelfia .........36 41 .488
Boston .........34 40 .459
Chicago ..........30 60 .429
Pittsburgh .......31 45 .408
Juegos de HOY
Chicago en Brooklyn
San Luis en New York (N)
Clncinattl en Boston iNi
Pittsburgh en Flladelfia (N)
Resultados de Ayer
St. Luis 000 020 0002. .3.0
New York 000 000 0000 4 0
Staley <12-7i y Rice. Jansen
(11-8), Kennedy y Westrum.
Juego de HOY
New York en Cleveland (N).
Washington en Detroit (N).
Boston en Chicago (N)
Flladelfia en 8t. Luis (N)
Resultados de Ayer
Washing. 000 000 3014 10 0
Detroit 121 010 OOx5 10 1
Sanford (1-5), Harris Consue-
gra, Ferrick y Kluttz, Guerra.
Cain (8-61, Hutchlnson y Gins-
berg.
Brooklyn 9,Chicago 3.
Flladelfia 11Pittsburgh 6.
Flladelfia 111 410 001 9 13 1
St. Luis 003 001 1207 S 2
Kellner 16-61, Kucab y As-
troth. Wldmr (3-8>, Sleater,
Mahoney, Suchecki, Kennedy y
Lollar.
Flladelfia 13. St. Luis 0.
Cincinnati y Boston (lluvia)
i'*
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
tWMISMN DE CICLISMO
Tiene reunin esta tarde a las
8.30" n el Estadio Olmpico pa-
ra tratar asuntos de Inters
gen-ral.
PRONSTICOS '
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1ANNIE N. Fonseca
2TAPONAZO Duque (e
3B SAMBO Mr. Espinosa
4JUAN HUINCHO Slxaola
5BABY RO
6B. CLOUD
7E8PARTANO
8NEHUINCO
GRIS
U0MR. FOOT
111-PREGONERO
Tully Sana
Interlude
Delhi
Apprise
The Dauber
Mosquetn
Little Lulu
G-.R A T I S !
Con cada compra de
B/. 100.00 o ms
obsequiremos una
preciosa lmpara!
MUEBLERA
EUROPEA
En final estrecho
venci el Philip
Morris al Mauricio
En los partidos celebrados
ayer en la liga de basketball
de Catedral, salieron airosos los
equipos -Philip Morris y La Mu-
eca.
En el primer partido de la
noche los cigarrilleros derrota-
ron al Mauricio en un final
cardiaco por la estrecha ano-
tacin de 47 45, mientras que
La Mueca se Impuso sobre
el Jabn Surex por 59 36.
Se distinguieron por el Philip
Morris Delvalle con 17 puntos
y Soriano con 10. Por los al-
macenistas De la Rosa 20 pun-
tos y Garca 11.
Hearn venci a Maduro
y gan el derecho de
jugar en los finales
El jugador Webb Hearn se
Impuso a George Maduro en el
partido semifinal del Torneo
Dunlop de Tenis por 6-1 y 6-2
en la cancha de la Piscina.
Con esta victoria. Hearn ga-
n el derecho de j'igar en el
partido final contra Bill Hele,
el cual tendr lugar el prxi-
mo domingo a las 9 de la ma-
ana en el mismo lugar. Se ju-
garn tres sets, y ganar el
que triunfe en ^os; el vence-
dor recibir el bello Trofeo do-
nado ror lt Casa Dunlop, aus-
piciad >ra del Torneo.
Primer Juego
Boston 000 000 2103 5 0
Chicago 000 000 0022 9 0
Parnell Ul-5>. Taylor y Ro^
sar. Dobson (6-31, Rotblatt y
Masl.
New York 1,Cleveland 0.
Boston SChicago 4.
MEJORE a.
APARIENCIA
Cinco Quintetos Se Juegan Hoy La Opcin De
Actuar En La Serie Final De La Justa
Dos Interesantes Carreras Se
Presentarn En J. Franco Mra.
Por Rdeme
El Hipdromo Nacional pre-
sentar maana dos -Interesan-
tes pruebas estelares, en las
cuales se batirn ejemplares de
la clase D Sobre un distan-
cia de 1400 metros.
En la primera de estas prue-
bas competirn Piragua, Wild
Wire, The Dauber, Polroraw),
Galante II, Gris y Marlscali-
to. Nuestro escogido para ganar
esta carrera es el pequeo ejem-
plar jamaicano The Dauber,
que est atravesando magnfi-
cas formas por lo cual debe ser
el gran favorito del evento. Se
Deporte de
jLos Reyes
Por Humberto Alsamora
El dueo de caballos, Proe:
sor Jos M. Quintero, desisti
de presentar un reclamo a la
gerencia del hipdromo nacio-
nal sobre la edad del caballo
Peruano Tmesis II"; como
puede apreciarse en .los progra-
mas de carreras pasados, este
ejemplar aparece con la edad
de tres aos, y en 1 Stud
Book del Per tiene cumpli-
dos cinco aos. Esperamos que
este asunto de tanta Importan-
cia en nuestra hpica sea recti-
ficado para la buena marcha
de la misma.
Personalmente hemos visto al
seor Agustn Soanes muy ocu-
pado en el arreglo de la pista
especialmente, en los siete foi-
longs donde se han caldo tan-
tos jinetes y ejemplares en per-
juicio del pblico apostador.
El ex-ltlgo nacional Chile
Rodrguez, est esperando con-
trato como preparador en el
Hipdromo de Caracas, Vene-
zuela, las gestiones se las est
haciendo su hermano "Pancho
Rodrguez.
use ^
Vaseline
MARCA K
HAIR
TONIC
AWI.I \f m U ~rr. i. flbrlc .^i,.d. i, b
0-*,kU.,.li.n,U.C-.4 m
presenta como ejemplar peli-
groso Galante II y lo mismo
podemos decir de Gris.
En el otro cotejo se batirn
Astoria, Guarina, Montmatre,
Mosquetn, Tropicana y Mister
Foot. Se espera un gran duelo
entre los ejemplares Montma-
tre, Mosquetn y Tropicana.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
la. carrera Debe ganar
Annie N. Don Joaqun para el
segundo lugar.
2a. carrera Sin Fin es
nuestro escogido. Romntico es
peligroso.
3a. carrera Stella defen-
der nuestro dato. Black Sambo
es el ejemplar a batir.
4a. carrera Slxaola debe
continuar su racha de triunfos.
Juan Huincho es peligroso.
5a. carrera Baby Rol debe
galopar. Tully Saba ser la ene-
miga
es un robo. Gay Ariel para el
segundo puesto.
"a. carrera La entrada Ri-
ding East. Betn se destaca. Es-
partano debe ocupar la segunda
colocacin
8a. carrera Apprise es
nuestra escogida. Beach Sun es
peligroso contendor.
9a. carrera The Dauber.
Galante II es enemigo de cui-
dado.
10a. carrera Mosquetn de-
be ganar. Montmatre es para el
segundo puesto.
Ha. carrera Little Lulu es
un robo. Norma es peligrosa.
0 O O
Reidos prometen
resultar los tres
encuentros
000 Baseball de Segund Circuito Mas ESTADO DE LOS Grupo "Gringo de ptica Sosa ........ Fuerza y Lus .... Transistmica ...... pellmex .......... a Cate sullno EQUIP la Gua G. P. 6 5 3 2 3 2 2 3 2 3 0 4 4 lalobos' G. P. 3 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 I 1 3 3 goria os rdla" PJe. 1.000 1.000 .801 .800 .200
Ciela ............... Orion .-............ .200 .mu .001
Grupo "Che Vil Centenario ....... Pje. .875 .875 .875 .875 .500
Rodelag .......... Lefevre ......... Madurito ........... Panamericano *..,. .333 .250 .25b' .900
El aprendiz A. Campbell sall
ayer tarde de la Clnica San
Fernando, y a R. Vsquez le
fu enyesada la clavicula de-
recha.
Los dueos de caballos no es-
tn de acuerdo con las carre-
ras de condiciones, porque fa-
vorecen a determinado nme-
ros de dueos, y en la ley que
les prohibe el retiro de sus equi-
nos sin el visto bueno de un
veterinario.
Esta maana como a las I y
media se mat el caballo na-
cional "Pajarito", y su jinete
un principiante aprendiz de
apodo Challe, tuvo que ser con-
ducido inmediatamente al Hos-
pital Santo Toms. Parece que
cuando lo estaban trabajando
al llegar a la ltima curva el
caballo se asust tirndose
contra las barandas de hierro
el golpe fue tan fuerte que
qued Instantneamente muer-
to.
Fortalezca la
economa Nacional'.
COMPRE....
TROPIDURA k
Bulgaria competir
en ios pxmos. juegos
Olmpicos mundiales
HELSINKI, Julio. IS (UP)
Bulgaria anunci que partici-
par en los Juegos Olmpicos
de 1952 a celebrarse en esta
ciudad durante el verano.
Es ste el primer pas del
teln de hierro en anunciarlo
oficialmente. -Rusia que ingres
en la Comisin Internacional
olmpica en esta primavera ha
anunciado que participar.
Por BETO TEJADA
El Basketball Provincial de
segunda categora contina es-
ta noche en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal con tres interesantes desa-
fios entre los conjuntos:
Madurito vs Panamericana
6.48 p.m.
Rodelag vs Lefevre
7.30 p.m.
Orion vs Rebeldes
8.45 p.m.
En el primer choque corres-
pondiente al grupo "Che Villa-
lobos" ambos equipos con po-
ca opcin rie Ir a la serle final,
lucharn por mejorar su colo-
cacin. El segundo juego sirve
como una opcin al Rodelag de
que mantenga su posibilidad
de poder ir a la rueda final,
quedando el perdedor fuera de
toda opcin. El ltimo partido
de la noche es de mayor impor-
tancia y en l los Rebeldes de-
fienden tambin su posibilidad
de Ir a la serie final, mientras'
que sus contrarios que ya estar*
eliminados tratarn de entrar
en la columna de ganadores.
Cardales y Soto sern tos ar-
bitros, Velarde anotar y el
cronometrista ser Santiago
Rivera.
TRIUNFARON EN EL TORNEO INVERNAL
DEL BASEBALL CH0RRERAN0
En pose especial para nuestro peridico, aparecen lo in-
tegrantes del Deportivo "Chin", despus de haber ganado
holgadamente el Torneo Invernal del Baseball de La Cho-
rrera, y son de Izquierda derecha, (agachados): Jos del C.
Snchez, Rafael Ortis, Carlos Castillo y Gregorio Snchez,
(parados): Isidoro Celestino (nico Jonronero), Humberto
Urea, Felipe Urea (Director), Rolando Chin (Manager),
Jos Urea y Dionisio Salinas (Campen lanzador: 8-0).
El "Aviso Oportuno"
"El Mercado Sin Igual"
Es Barato y Efectiva

PERITOS IN AUTOMOTORES CONCURREN:
Se oldiene ms kilometraje por litro
am
CHAMPION
"No cono ico m|or manera de conomiior o combuill-
bl."-enb. Albert Coln**, chf*r d. to>i .n Pan*. "Soy
un chfer do taxi. Como es natural, cuanto mayor Icilome-
traie me rindo cada litro de combuiliblo, mayor*] ton mil
ganancial. Por 010, reinstalo nuevas Bujlai Champion
coda 15.000 kilmetro. No conozco man*ra mi ficoz
de ahorrar combustibl* y vitar trastornos en el motor."
RIDUICTAS Dll MUNDO INTIRO POR MJ DI UN CUARTO DI IIOLO
DUIEREJV PRECIOS BAJOS?...
1 AQU ESTN!
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ANTES-
i/5.95 a 12.00
AHORA COMPRE 2 POR


/ 1.95
3.95
4.95
5.95
6.95
1/ 3.00
6.50
8.50
9.50
12.50
El BAZAR AMERICANO
PANAMA Av*. Central 2* j 71
COLON frent* a la Estacin
Nuestros almscenes en Colon y Av*. Central 71.
estn abiertos htsta las S p.m.
.HiHiMMMWMl^
M^l^> CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
LE7AS L. .Kv-sw^^ EN EL __ i\ it I \T 1171
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. va.
CARRERAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera-
mos aho^a tanto en el
"COPACArUSA" como
en el "SAVOY".
!i'i.iivV7"btt
-rrjcOiwia de
*t
wzvi franco
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
9a. Carrera "D" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B (>(MMM) Pool Cierra: 5:15 p.m.
ONE-TWO
1. PlRAGl A............... R. Gome 112
2. WILD WIRE............;. Rodriguez 120
3. THE DAIBER.............K.Flores 110
4. POLVORAIO............. ;. Phillip* 120
5. GALANTE II............/. Contreras 110
6. GRISU..................B. Aguirre 114
7. MARISCALITO ........... A. Phillips 115
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
5a. Carrera "A" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 1,000.00 Pool Gerra: 2:55 p.m.
1. PHOEBVS APOLLO........ B. Moreno 110
2. RATHLIN LIGHT........J. Contreras 112
3. PINARD...................A. Soto 116
4. DICTADOR...............R. Gome* 109
5. WELSH LOCH.............. ----------- 123
6a. Carrera "F" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/ 500.00 Pool Gerra: 3:35 p.m.
PRIMERA CARRERA DE LA DCPLETA
I.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
HONEY MOON............ A. Basan
ROSE HIP...............;. Phillips
CORAGGIO.............J. Contreras
THE BATH ROAD.........../. Avila
PULGARCITO...............A. Soto
PEPSICOLA................A. Mena
IN TIME................ B. Aguirre
8. (PINCEL.................G. Sanche*
9. (CARIBE.................A. Phillips
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VIERNES, JULIO 13, 1951
EL PANAMA 4JHER1CA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
FAGINA ONCE
EQUIPOS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD Y AGUILUCHOS SE
ENFRENTAN HOY EN REIDO JUEGO DE FTBOL
Con este lance comienza el Programa
Deportivo del Instituto Nacional con
motivo del 40o. aniv. de su fundacin
Esta noche se Iniciarn las Nido de guilas, continuar
festividades deportivas en con-
memoracin del 40o. aniversa-
rio de fundacin del Instituto
Nacional, con el partido entre
los oncenos representativos de
la Universidad y del Instituto.
Enorme entusiasmo existe en-
tre los fanticos estudiantiles
por la celebracin de este cho-
ere. en el cual tanto Instituto-
res como universitarios se a-
malgaman para lucir sus habi-
lidades dentro de la cancha de
ftbol.
El programa deportivo en ce-
lebracinde la fiesta anual del
~- y < ,
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
maana sbado con la presen-
tacin de dos Juegos de vollbol
entre los profesores del Insti-
tuto Nacional y los del Liceo de
Seoritas y Profesional vs Ins-
tituto (femenino).
Nosotros felicitamos a los
Institutores en su fecha.clsi-
ca y esperamos que estas festi-
vidades sean muy lucidas.
Social Deportiva
Se ha recibido una Invita-
cin para que los equipos de
Basketba'n, Baseball y Football
vayan a competir al Salvador
durante las Ilestas Agostlnas.
Sabemos que es muy probable
que el Pinocho sea quien re-
presente al Baseball, el Ancn
al Football, pero el Basketball
va a ser sumamente difcil que
envi un equipo, ya que esta-
mos en pleno campeonato, y
con el nuevo sistema de que
hay quintetos que juegan en
ocasiones hasta cuatro partidos
consecutivos, no vemos com
pueda asistir. Ahora a esas fies
tas asistirn Selecciones de
Cuba y Mxico y somos de opi-
nin que si la Federacin de-
cide (si el tiempo lo permite)
enviar equipo alguno debe ser
nuestra Seleccin Olmpica,
porque no creemos de Justicia
que se vaya a enviar a cual-
quier equipo y que los Mexica-
nos que tienen sed de venganza
vayan a ganarle a nuestros re-
presentantes y que los Cubanos
vuelvan a vencernos como lo
lograron en los Juegos Paname-
ricanos. Ojal pues la Federa-
cin de Basketball tratara este
asunto coS'mucha cautela, ya
que el ,v nico perjudicado sena
nuestro/ l^fketball.
He aqu.' nuestros pronsticos
hpicos ppra maana sbado:
lo. Annle N, s ltima con un
Jinete pobre la gan sobrada..
Don Joaqun, aqui est el ri-
val; 2o Romntico, .si Cado-
gan puede ganar. ..Duque (e)
sta (e) es de cuidado; 3o Mr.
Espinosa...Jisto para ganar...
Black Sambb...el sambo tendr
que correr duro; 4a. Manolete,
ole Tanque... Bagaleo... ene-
migo de cuidado; 5a. Babi Roy
...si pierde ser llegando...
Tully Saba... vender cara su
derrota; 6a. Levadura...no la
pierdan de vista... Battling
Cloud...por la monta le damos
opcin; 7a. Espartano. ..su an-
terior fu sospechosa.. .Delhi..
opcin tiene de sobra; 8a Appri-
se... debe ganrselos sin difi-
cultad. ..Nehuinco.. .ya es tlem
po que se le vea; 9a. Polvorazo
...ya ni polvo levanta...Gris
...ser duro de roer este hueso
10a Troplcana...repetir su ca-
rrera anterior... Mosquetn...
dar dura batalla a nuestro es-
cogido. ..lia. Pregonero. ..si no
pregona aqui, no pregonar
ms...Little Lu...la pariente
de Tureau se defiende.
BOLICHE
Por CHIRCA
Se escogi la Directiva del
torneo ",'antzen", resultando
electos los siguientes: Presiden-
te, Carlos Chiari, Vlce-Preslden
te, Jos Damin; Secretario Ge-
neral, Jos Padilla, Secretario
de Prensa, Abraham Acrisch;
y Tesorero Tere de Burell.
Estn abiertas las Inscripcio-
nes hasta e{ martes 17 comen-
zar el torneo el lunes 23 del
presente. Los equipos han co-
menzado sus prcticas, vindose
con ms frecuencia en las can-
chas al "Caf Duran".
Qu sucede con la Comisin
Nacional de Boliche? Tenemos
conocimiento que desde su nom
braflento solamente ha podido
j. reunirse una vez. Hacemos un
ceras felicita-' llamado a todos los comislona-
ciones para el dos Parft Que asistan a la pr-
deportlsta lo-! *lma reunin, y si por causas
cal, Vctor As-
prilla, por su
cumpleaos que
celebra hoy.
Vctor es el
actual Cam-
pen peso mos
ca (112 libras)
de! Boxeo Ama
teur y una de
las figuras de porvenir.en es-
te deporte.
personales les es Imposible la-
borar, les sugerimos que pre-
senten su renuncia y dejen el
puesto para que lo ocupe otro
que est posibilitado para ha-
cerlo.
es "RI Aviso Oportuno*"
Pasteles, bizcochos, budines,
ensaladas de frutarevstalos
todo* de no aire festivo con la
Crema Avoset para Batir. Avo-
setproducto de las icrnles
praderas de loa Estados Unidos
se bate ms rpidamente .
dura por horas. Usted quedar
encantada da su agradable-
mente suave j cremoso sabor.
;Prubela boj!
rmii IjIU la Crean Kit a Rase
eaeltal. rear malii y hatea.
Cm*
utkEArio
Pana BaU
CUMA MMOTUADA OtX
m coMiavA po* mbb
"LORES DEL RIO
Hf*\ Y Una Romntica
\J I y Apasionante
HI8TORIA DE AMOR QUE
UD. NO OLVIDARA NUNCA
JORGE MISTRAL
DESEADA
XfihTHcr
NCANT
3ra. ELIMINACIN!
HOY!
A Las 8:00 p. m.
DEL GRAN
CONCURSO DE
MAMB0S Y BOLEROS
CON EL RESPALDO MUSICAL DE
ARMANDO BOZA Y SU ORQUESTA
ACTUACIN ESPECIAL
RAUL LAPORTE
Y SU ORQUESTA "MELODAS DEL PLATA"
Animador: OLINDO GUARAONA
Colaborador: EL BUCHI "ARISTOBVI.O"
EN LA PANTALLA UN ESTUPENDO DOBLE!
GRANDES PREMIOS POR EL ALMACN
"PUERTO LIBRE" El Palacio de Las Telas
(Calle 13 Eale) M A M B O
TEATRO LUX-ESTA NOCHE
MAANA en el CECILIA
(A LAS 11 P. M.)
A LAS 11 P.M.
FUNCIN ESPECIAL
DE MEDIANOCHE!
LA VERDAD ESCANDALOSA SOBRE LOS ADICTOS
A LAS DROGAS Y SU TRAFICO CRIMINAL!
"EL SUEO
INFERNAL
La prensa americana est atacando vi-
gorosamente el uso de drogas y mari-
huana por parte de muchachos y mu-
chachas de edad escolar!... Vicio que
los lleva a degradaciones sin nombre!
Esta pelcula se exhibe actualmen-
te en Nueva York con la reco-
mendacin de las autoridades m-
dicas y escolares!
NOTA: No es Apta para Menores de 16 Aios!
Atractivo Programa Dep.
Se Celebrar En "Miraflores"
Con motivo del aniversario de fundacin de esta
Urbanizacin de los Maestros
El domingo prximo ae verificar en la Urbanizacin de
Miraflores, la Barriada del Maestro, un gran programa de-
portivo como parto esencial de las festividades del tercer
aniversario de la fundacin de este barrio.
El destacado deportista local, seor Carlos A. Delvalle,
ha sido encargado por la Junta de Festejos para que organice
este certamen, el cual, segn el programa elaborado, debe
resultar muy animado.
Administrador De Precios De Los
E. U. Ser Comisionado De Base
WASHINGTON Julio IS (UP)El Administrador de pre-
cios Michael V. DISalle ea, segn se dice, el principal candi-
dato al cargo de Comisionado de baseball, pero no ha queri-
do hacer declaraciones ye se ha limitado a sonrer cuando
ae le ha preguntado.
A. B. Chandler abandonar el careo el prximo domingo
y algunos dueos de novenas han informado que ae tomar
en cuenta el nombre de DISalle en la reunin del lo. de agos-
to, en que se escoger el Comisionado cuyo salario anual es
ae .m.ihiii dolare*. DiSalle como Administrador de precios
tiene un salarlo anual de 16,000 dlares.
DiSalle no tiene antecedentes beisboleros, pero es un a-
bogado con reputacin de ser buen amigable componedor, lo
cual lo hara muy tU para el trato entre los dueos do no-
venas y peloteros.
DEPORTES EN LA
COSTA DE ORO
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Ftbol Colonense
G. P. Pj.
Dosman ............ 5
Feris ................. 1 Z Z
Roque ..............
El deportivo Dosman se per-
fila como el ganador del certa-
men futbolero de esta ciudad
por sus presentaciones verifi-
cadas en la gramilla del esta-
dio de la calle 11. Los milita-
re* salieron victoriosos en el
partido celebrado el Domingo
sobre los novatos del Deportivo
Feria por el score de I goles a
0. Los ganadores marcaron su*
tantos por Intermedio del vete-
rano Nlkl Gutirrez, Pan Viejo
Morales y Romn. El arbitro
del partido, Edgar Issacc, de-
mostr conocer sus funciones
pero no tiene el carcter que au
puesto, requiere para que au*
decisiones sean cumplidas. En
los partidos de la categora me-
nor se registraron los resulta-
dos siguientes.
Deportivo Centuria S goles
Panam Sporting 0.
Foche Arguelles 2 goles
Amatorias 0 goles
Numerosas casas comerciales
y deportivas han donado valio-
sos premios a la Liga Provincial
de Ftbol de Coln. Estos pre-
mios se repartirn entre los
jugadores ms destacados de la
temporada balmpedlca. Entre
los trofeos donados ocupa lu-
gar prominente el precioso tro-
feo del club Social y Deportivo
"Los Tigres", el que en la tem-
porada pasada fu retenido por
el Club Los Tigres por ciertas
diferencias surgidas. Nosotros
criticamos en aquella ocasin
la curiosa actitud del club an-
tes mencionado; pero ahora
queremos ser los primeros en
felicitarlos por su cooperacin
hacia la Liga que rige el ftbol
en esta ciudad.
HOY
i/smsmm
Creacin de
PEDRO INFANTE
Qu delito cometi para
que lo condenaran al
Presidio de donde nadie
ha podido escapar?
Debut de la nueva Estrella
ROCO SAGA0N
Escenas inquietantes to-
madas en el terrible Pe-
nal Mexicano!
Una pelcula excepcional que
enaltece a la cinematografa
Azteca!...
ARTES Y OFICIOS
DEPORTIVO
Por Miguel A. Jures
Resultaron movidos los parti-
dos de la Justa de Volleyball el
pasado mircoles, registrndo-
se los siguientes resultados: En
el primero el Dep. Diesel con-
serv su Invicto venciendo al
Dep. Pumas por 15-13 y 15-12.
En el mejor partido de la
tarde el Dep. Corea le gan al
Dep. los Gatos por 15-12 y 15
13.
En el tercer encuentro el
aguerrido equipo Laaso de la
Vega derrot a los muchachos
del Dep. Olga YanU por 15-12
y 15-8.
Esta tarde se inauguran las
Competencias de Ftbol con I
Juegos. Se desarrollarn los tor-
neos de las categoras Mayor,
Mediana y Menor con un total
de 41 equipos.
LA GRANDE DEL AO!
Espectculo de Espectculos!
Brinda las Aventuras
ms emocionantes en
la mstica India!...
DLA
INDIA
~ con
ERROL FLYNN
DEAN 8TO KVVELI.
Paul Lnkas Robert Douglas
En Tecnicolor!
CDESDE JUEVES!
en lo* Teatros I
LUX y CECILIA
SIMULTNEAMENTE!
Caonazos de la M-G-M!
?or 7-3 se impusieron
lyer los Dragones al
Frente en el Baseball
Por S. H. IVALDI J.
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Baseball de la Liga Santa Rita
Circuito Mayor
G. P. PJe.
Dep. Aiteca .......2 0 l.Vik
Dep. Dragones ....... 3 1 .790
Dep. Granillo ...... 1 1 .Sin.
Fte. Patritico .....0 4 .000
Lanzando pelota de 4 impa-
rable logr ayer Jos Ortega
vencer por pizarra de 7-3 des-
de la loma de los Dragones al
Frente Patritico en el Estadio
Olmpico ante regular concu-
rrencia.
Camarena comenz desde la
loma del Frente pero no pudo
controlar la batera enemiga
siendo relevado en el 2o. acto
por Chn, ste control un po-
co pero en el 5o. episodio dio
paso a Urrlola quien contuvo
las constantes arremetidas de
los dragones.
Peleando como leones los
frentistas hicieron explotar en
el 6o. acto a Ortega, enviando
la direccin al Indgena Bol-
var Valds, quien dio buena
demostracin de control y ve-
locidad.
Aguirre con 4-2 y E. Escalante
con 3-2 fueron los mejores ba-
teadores de la tarde. Con este
triunfo siguen los Dragones en
el segundo puesto de la Liga n
corta ventaja de los punteros
del Azteca quienes sostienen
esta tarde juego con el Frente
en el Estadio a las 4.00 p.m.
con Vfalis
f?W<'' T*
Friccinese vigorosamente la ca-
beza con V IT Al.IS durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, ademes, se previene la
sequedad. Hgalo: Usted notar
la diferencia!
IALP&Oi
... Use VITALIS. Si!, porque
VITALIS le dar a su peinado una
elegante y cautivadora apariencia,
que le har sobresal! entre todos.
Apliques* VITALIS y confirme el
maravilloso efecto que produce!
useVitalis
^drmotk()Oi(fuuoi
HUEVO,' tgs
prefieren un fiiihcu .
VITALIS
CREMA P4R4 L CABfLlO
Lo fiji v
asPEcro PtSTiMGu/po
NO ... o *0
La Federacin de Baseball exhorta a las
Ligas Provinciales que cooperen con el
Gobierno en el arreglo de campos de juego
La Federacin de Bisbol ha
dado a conocer !a ilguiente
Resolucin que trata sobre los
Estadios y Campos de Juegos,
exhortando a las Ligas Provin-
ciales a cooperar con el Minis-
terio de Obras Pblicas para ia
realizacin de esas obras:
RESOLUCIN No. 7
LA FEDERACIN NACIONAL
DE BASEBALL AMATEUR
CONSIDERANDO
1Que en forma. persistente
esta entidad deportiva y sus
organismos afiliados, ban .acti-
vado una patritica campaa
para Interesar anuestros Go-
bernantes en la construccin
de estadios y campos de Juegos
en el Interior de la Repblica;
2Que ents las actividades
del Plan de Trabajo para 1951
1952 adoptado por esta Fede-
racin se destaca la gestin
ante el Gobierno en favor de la
terminacin de los estadios de
David, Santiago y Las Tablas,
desde hace .anos Inconclusos;
3Que coincidiendo con esta
aspiracin de la Federacin, el
Ministerio de Obras Pblicas
ha destinado en su Presupuesto
para la actual vigencia fiscal
sendas partidas para la termi-
nacin de los estadios citados
4 Que con la construccin
de estas obras el Gobierno con-
tribuir efectivamente al desa-
rrollo fsico de las Juventudes
Interioranas, por medio de la
prctica sana de los deportes
organizados;
5Que ha sido norma de es-
ta Federacin respaldar calu-
rosamente toda actividad gu-
bernativa que beneficie el desa-
rrollo del baseball de aficiona-
dos, noima que se hace mSfl
obligante en el presente caso,-1'
cuando el lmpulsador de e.ttaa,
obras es el Ingeniero Norberto
Navarro, ex-Presidente de esta
Federacin;
RESUELVE
1Felicitar al Itfg. Norberto'
Navarro, Ministro de Obras Pu-
blicas, por su patritico prop*
sito de terminar la construccin
de los estadios de David. San-
tiago y Las Tablas en el pre-
sente ao;
2Exhortar a todos los or-
ganismos afiliados a esta Fede-
racin, especialmente a las Li-
gas Provinciales de Baseball
Amateur de Chirlqui, Veragua*
y Los Santos, para que dentro
de sus posibilidades cooperen
con el Ministerio de Obras Pu-
blicas en la realizacin de esta*
obras nacionales;
3Designar una comisin do
federados para que entreguen
personalmente al Ministro Na-
varro la presente Resolucin.
Dada en Panam, a los one*
diaa del mes de Julio de MU
noveclentoi Cincuenta y Uno.
El Presidente,
Arturo Illueca.
El Secretario.
F. Medina Alain.
La Comisin designada por
la Federacin Nacional de Basas]
ball de Aficionados, para hacer
entrega de esta resolucin est.
Integrada por loa federados.
Pedro Medina Alain de Vera-
guas, Gofredo A. Grlmaldo .!
Los Santos, Alonso Roy de Chi-
rlqui y Serafn H. Ivaldl J. <4e
Bocas del Toro. ,
Esta comisin espera entre-
gar en el dia de hoy la Resolu-
cin al Ministro Navarro.
CENTRAL
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Y EL DOCUMENTAL
"UN AO EN COREA"
BELLA VISTA y TROPICAL Simultneamente!
ACLAMADA COMO LA MEJOR
PELCULA de guerra de
TODOS LOS TIEMPOS 1
La vibrante historia da
loa valiente qua daaam-
barcando an Namandla a
Sanara y ruego alcanza-
ron la victoria final!
David BRIAN John AGAR
Frank Lovejoy Suianne
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PASO"
TEATRO LUX
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en
"Dos Semanas de Amor"
(IN TECNICOLOR)
El Romance de Todos Loa Tiempos I
VARIEDADES
LAURA HIDALGO
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trtz del cine ar-
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despampanante!
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"CARAS EN LA SOMBRA"
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TEATRO VICTORIA
GRANDIOSO DOBLE I
"OLE TORERO1
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"RINCN CRIOLLO"
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Brady, en
"MUJER DE CORAJE"
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