The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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 INDEPENDET^fB^^ILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-SIXTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1951
PTVE CENTS
GUARD DISMISSED The Reds have agreed
guards, like the one on the right, be removed
tlnue there. One of the deeper reasons for the
Kaesong, previously reported as being In No M
city when the UN negotiators arrived. Pictured
this week are chief United Nations negotiator
Col. Andrew J. Kihnev on his left and MaJ. G
to General Rldgway's demand that armed Red
from Kaesong If the ceasefire talks are to con-
United Nations breaking off the talks was that
an's Land, proved to be very much a Red-held
leaving the Kaesong conference building earlier
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy (light shirt), with
en. Laurence C. Cralgle behind.
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto).
PEACE PROTEST South Koreans part of a crowd of 80,000 that jammed the heart of
geoul __ protest the Communist demand that the 38th Parallel boundary be re-established.
They carry a sign emphasizing their desire for a complete union of all Korea. (Photo by
NEA-Acme staff photographer Bert Ashworth.) ____ ______
HOUSEWIFE SPY Mrs. Ma-
ry Markward, 30. a Chester-
brook. Va., housewife, tells the
House Un-American Activities
Committee of her six years
with the Communist Party as
an undercover agent for the
FBI.
Bulgar Soldiers'
Kin Are Liable
For Punishment
i
LONDON, July 14 (UP) The
criminal code of the Bulgarian
army has reportedly been chang-
ed so that soldeirs' families will
be responsible for their soldier's
offenses.
The Belgrade newspaper Borba
quoted a recent order to all units
of the Bulgarian array stating
that if a soldier escapes to Yugo-
slavia reprisals will be taken
against his family
Bird Attacks Women, Monks Bolt
And Fish Die All In New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS. July 14, (UP)
The coroner scheduled an au-
topsy on a fish today, the S.P.C.A.
put out an alP-tree alarm for six
escaped monkeys and a woman-
hating mocking bird pursued the
housewives on Napoleon Avenue.
An estimated 40.000 fish died
mysteriously in an Audubon
Park lagoon. Coroner Nicholas
Chetta ordered a bucketful put
on Ice In the morgue until he can
perform an autopsy and find out
what killed them.
Some o the fish were bass,
.weighing up to six pounds, but
park superintendent George
Douglass said 85 per cent were
shad, which wouldn't bite a hook
anyway.
The six missing monkeys were
among 12 that escaped from the
railway express office. Six were
captured but the other six got
away completely and the Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals had no Immediate hope
of catching them.
As for the mocking bird, he was
making life miserable for women
in the 2600 block of Napoleon
Avenue, an uptown thoroughfare
lined with giant live oak trees.
When a woman paused, he div-
ed out of the trees and hit her
behind the neck. Some of his vic-
tims tried to rationalize his at-
tacks.
They said he probably wasn't a
woman-hater at all; he was Just
looking for hair to build a nest
and women offered better possi-
bilities than men.
One woman expounded this
view to a bald reporter who tried
In vain to bring the bird to battle.
"There's no point in you
hanging around, stupid," she
said. "The bird only attacks peo-
ple who have hair on their
heads."
On the other hand, the S.P.C.A.
sent out a couple of bird catchers
with hair and the mocker sang In
the treetops until they gave up".
PanCanal Oldtimer
Dies in New York City
Word has been received that
Henry F. Hodnett, a Panam Ca-
nal old-timer and construction
days employe, died June 26 in
New York City. He was burled on
Staten Island.
Mr. Hodnett Is survived by his
wife Ethel, daughter Jean and
two grand-children.
US Aulo Workers
Slop, Start, Stall
DETROIT. July 14. (UP)
Chrysler Corporation, which two
weeks ago laid off 20 000 employ-
es because of material cutbacks,
was threatened with strikes in
"any or all" of Its plants today.
The CIO United Auto Workers
Union formally accused the auto
company of "speeding up" pro-
duction operations.
At the same time, the Packard
Motor Car Company announced
It will halt automobile output and
lay off 5.000 workers for two
weeks, starting July 23. because
.of critical shortages of material.
1 especially copper.
Reds Finally Give In To
Ridgway Confab Demands
Uncontrolled Fire Adds
To Kansas' Flood Woes
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. July 14
(UP) An uncontrollable gaso-
line fire, spread by the worst,
flood ln( this city's history, set
fire to large alcohol plant to-
day.
City officials prepared to dy-
namite a fire break round a wide
area to prevent the fire sweeping
the city's residential area.
National Guardsmen armed
with carbines cleared a 12 block
residential area on a slope to the
east of the fire as the 300 ft. high
flames threatened to spread
through the highly explosive
Thompson Hayward Chemical
Company.
A fire chief said: "If the chem-
ical plant goes the fire will most
certainly spread into the residen-
tial area."
Already the flames have de-
RP Moves To Ban
Merchant Vessels
Trading With Reds
The Republic of Panam is to-
day readying steps to bring the
regulation of her merchant-ma-
rine fleet into line with policies
approved recently at the United
Nations by maritime nations
seeking to bar theif vessels from
trading with Red China and
North Korea, a foreign office
spokesman said today.
Operation of merchant vessels
Is affected by a number of exist-
ing laws and regulations which
have to be taken into considera-
tion in mapping out controls.
Meanwhile a recent article
datelined from Washington
under the by-line of Scrlpps-
Howard writer James Daniel in
the "Houston Press" of July 9
listed 50 ships of Panama reg-
istry which have engaged in
trade with Red China during
1931.
The committee also noted that
next to Panam the British flag
is most conspicuous in the 1051
trade with Red China and North
Korea. Also prominently men-
tioned were vessels of Greek andr
Honduran registry.
The Panam list was released
by a Senate Committee headed
by Senator Herbert R. O'Conor,
Maryland Democrat, and was re-
ceived from U.S. intelligence re-
ports and other sources. The list
included:
"The Pontoporos," owned by La
Plata Ca. de vapores.
The San Jose and the Aguadul-
ce, operated by the Pacific Union
Company.
The San Roberto, operated by
John Manners & Company, of
London.
The Penolopi operated by Polar
Cia. de Navlgaolon.
The Kairokal, operated by the
Purple Star Company of Shan-
ghai.
The Canopus, operated by the
Sociedad Trans-Oceanlca Cano-
pus.
The Pacifico, operated by the
Tungan Shipping Company of
Shanghai.
The Capella, Canis, German
Nidar, Navidad, Moldova, Marlon,
Perico, Unlta, Walter Storbay,
San Antonio, Mlramar Moreig
and and Sagem, operated by
Wallem St Company, with offices
in Norway.
(The registration of the Mari-
on has been revoked.)
The Hydralokof, operated by
Wheelock St Marsden. of London.
The Montessa, operated by the
Far East Enterprise Company.
stroyed three buildings, 12 gas-
oline storage tanks and have
spread to a big lumber company.
Five 250,000 gallon tanks of
napthalene caught fire within 60
yards of Thompson-Hayward's
alcohol warehouse.
Firemen in boats fought the
flames unsuccessfully as the oily
waters carried the fire from one
flooded building to another.
The Red Cross has declared the
flood the worst since the Mlssiss-
slppl-Ohlo floods of 1937.
More than 100,000 persons have
reportedly fled their homes in
100 flooded towns in 18 counties
in Kansas and two in Missouri.
With the crest of the flood wa-
ters yet to reach this city, thou-
sands of volunteers manned the
remaining soggy dikes hoping to
hold back the water from unde-
vastated parts of the city.
Some 800,000 residents of the
city are facing extreme hardship.
Two thirds of the water supply Is
knocked out. City health author-
ities predict an acute meat and
milk shortage tomorrow.
AU businesses have closed for
the duration of the emergency.
Hope was almost abandoned
for saving the multi-million dol-
lar airport when the river took a
20 foot slice off the face of a pro-
tecting dike.
But the city engineers threw
broken automobiles and scrap
iron into the hole in an effort to
keep the 120-foot thick levee
from cracking.
MaJ. Gen. Lewis A. Pick, chief
of the United States Army en-
gineers, estimated the flood dam-
age at between $500,000,000 and
$1,000,000,000.
Soldiers Injured
When Car Jumps
Thatcher Highway
Two soldiers were In Clayton
Hospital today with injuries re-
ceived when their car ran off the
road on Thatcher Highway near
Mile Post 3 and ran Into a tree.
The Pontiac sedan, driven by
Sgt. Peter A. Rodemacher. was
badly damaged on the right side
and top of the car. Rodemacher,
with his passenger. Cpl. James A.
Cox was driving west when the
car ran off the shoulder of the
road about 100 feet and struck a
large tree.
Both men were treated on the
scene by Dr. Robert A. Berger,
who had been summoned by Gor-
gas Hospital.
Rodemacher suffered lacera-
tions of the scalp and possible
head Injuries.
Cox. had a possible fracture of
the lower left leg. compound frac-
ture of the right Jaw and lacer-
ations of the scalp.
They were transferred to Clay-
ton Hospital. Both are attached
to the Tank Company, 33rd In-
fantry, at Ft. Kobbe.
No charges are being made at
present according to the Balboa
Police Station, although an in-
vestigation of the cause of the ac-
cident is being conducted.
Zonians Save
$34 Million
In Tax Relief
WASHINGTON. July 14 (UP)
Treasury experts here estimated
today that Congressional approv-
al of Panam Canal workers' ex-
emption from retroactive income
tar provisions will represent a loss
to the Government of from $31,-
000,000 to $34,000,000.
Put another way, C.Z. workers
will be saved that much money.
Walter Wagner, legislative rep-
resentative of the Central Labor
Union, who urged the adoption
of the relief legislation, was
pleased with the Senate's action
last night in approving the meas-
ure.
He said the action came even
faster than he had anticipated.
He worked on Congressmen
from both Houses for months to
persuade them to speed the bill
through.
He plans to return to the Canal
Zone within a day or two.
Helicopter, SB-17
Sel Out To Rescue
Seared Panamanian
A Panamanian employe of the
Inter-American Geodetic Surv-
ey was being evacuated today
after being badly burned by
gasoline in Santiago, Panama.
Flight "B," 1st Air Rescue
Squadron sent its helicopter
shortly after noon from
Albrook to pick up the injured
man at Peak No. 4 which is 25
miles north of Santa Fe on the
Pan-American Highway.
Although bad flying weather
and thunderstorms are antici-
pated, the trip should take
about one and a half hours each
way. The patient will be re-
turned to Panama aboard on
SB-17, after the helicopter
brings him out to an airstrip.
Piloting the helicopter was
Captain Hal J. Basham. Cap-
tain Hugh Randel. doctor, was
also aboard.
Lt. Charles Blxe' and Lt. War-
ren Bernstein were pilots on the
SB-17.
He Forgot To
Ask. Himself
SANTIAGO. Cuba. July 14
(UP) Ivan Tamayo. chief of
police In the El Cobre district.
was sentenced to jail for 26
months here for carrying a pis-
tol without a permit.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 14 (UP) The Commun-
ists today accepted the demand of United Nations Supreme
Commander General Matthew B. Ridgway that Kaesong,
scene of the Korean ceasefire talks, be made a neutral
zone.
The Communists also agreed, under protest, that 20
Western newsmen be admitted to Kaesong.
But there has so far been no Allied undertaking to
resume the recessed ceasefire talks.
The Communist acceptance came almost 32 hour
after Ridgway had demanded complete equality in the
Kaesong talks, and nearly 60 hours after the ceasefire talks
were broken off following Communist interference with
a United Nations Kaesong-bound convoy carrying newsmen,
and other personnel for the ceasefire conference.
The Communists have agreed to Ridgway's demand
that all armed personnel be excluded from the neutral
area round Kaesong, and from along the roads leading to
this area.
The Red message, broadcast
from Pyongyang, after proposing
that the ceasefire negotiations
resume, said:
"We do not believe that the
problem of newspaper correspon-
dents, which is interfering with
the progress of the ceasefire ne-
gotiations, and the problem of
the establishment of a neutral a-
rea are related.
The Communist announcement
of the acceptance of the United
Nations demands came as the
Chinese CommunlsU' newspaper
UN Troops Keep Up
Pressure On Reds
Along Korean Front
8TH ARMY HQ., July 14 (UP)
ijilted Nations troops drove
hard into the Communist de-
fenses all along the Korean
front today to keep up the pres-
sure on more than 400,000 Com-
.munlst troops looming as an
ominous threat behind the stal-
led ceasefire talks.
On the central front troops
who had battled forward four
miles towards Kumsong, big
Red communication and supply
base, rested briefly after their
two day offensive while allied
warplanes attacked the Com-
munist lines.
An 8th Army spokesman said
there are now from 200,000 to
250,000 Communist troops op-
posed to the United Nations on
the west central front.
Front line commanders have
been warned against Commun-
ist treachery if the ceasefire
talks go wrong.
The Reds are reportedly dig-
ging in round Kaesong, the
ceasefire talks site.
United Nations patrols In that
zone have bumped Into Red
units on every probing mission.
The E#ds are believed to be
using the immunity provisions
of the conference to strengthen
the defenses of their only re-
maining hold in South Korea.
Red material captured through
the week was markedly less than
in previous weeks, indicating
that the Reds were becoming
unusually careful in preserving
their stores even while with-
drawing.
mouthpiece in Hong Kong. Ta
Kung Pao, jeered that the Amer-
icans "took their pants off in
public" and "lost face" by break-
Inn off the peace talks.
Ridgway has not yet issued any
reaction to the Reds' acceptance
of his conditions for resuming the
talks.
But at this camp a United Na-
tions convoy has been ordered to
be ready at 7 a.m. tomorrow to
leave for Kaesong in the event
that Ridgway accepts the Red re-
ply.
The Communist acceptance to
Ridgway said: "We recognize
that it is unfitting that newspa-
per correspondents of various
countries should come to the
conference place before the agen-
da is decided.
"We support the principle thaft
everything should be settled on a
basis of mutual discussions. We
believe one-sided newspaper re-
porting Is improper before the
conference stage is reached la.
the talks.
"But we agree that 20 newspa-
per correspondents will be added
to your staff and participate in,-
the conference, and in order to
facilitate that we have already Is-
sued the necessary orders."
The message was signed by the
"Supreme Commander of the
Korean People's armed forces,
Kim II Sung." and the "Com-
mander-in-Cnlef of the Chinese
Volunteers, Peng Teh Hual."
Cops Use Tear Gas,
Fire Hose To Quell
Race Rioting Mob
WASHINGTON. July 14 (UP)','
Police In nearby Capitol Heights.
Maryland, used tear gas and
fire hoses early today to quell
an angry mob of 400 persons
outside a night club which had
opened Its doors to both Negroes
and whites.
The crowd gathered after a
group of about 40 white youths
inside the Chickland Club start-
ed a disturbance over the pre-'
sence of Negro couples.
The white group swore at Ne-
gro couples, overturned tables,
threw glasses and shot off fire-
works.

New Suspensions In State Department
Disclosed In Communist Weeding Out
BY DONALD J. GONZALES Acheson did i.ot say how many not remember any such visit, other person menthined In con-
new suspensions there have been. The Congressman said the State nectlon with the Smedley episode.
WASHINGTON, July 14 (UP) He also did not identify those in- Department has received docu-. He did not Identify this person
ThTwaTterop^ted'byWal- Suspended diplomat O Edmund volved although It was Indicated mentary evidence which may f .p~rgw remocrat ^^
r and Compaa Clubb was questioned by the that none approached the rank clear up the discrepancy between that the comm.ttee plans I ta-
rJv?a,oomr'ny.-._______..- xi.. iin.m.rii..n A.tiit!. i fihh ,nrf inhn P.tnn Divles. chambers' testimony and that of ther action In the Clubb ease TO
til he appears before the State
ter
Beisdes these the committee
lists 26 other Panamanian
ships, some of which have ap-
peared on previous lists as trad-
ing with the enemy. Among
these additional Panama ships
are several whose names are
new, including:
The Pakistan Pioneer, owned
and operated by Cia. Mar Ircar.
a Panam corporation believed
by the committee to be fronting
for other owners.
The Santa Call!, owned and
operated by Ca. de Nav. San
George.
The Spalmatorl, owned and
operated by Cia. de Navigacion
Asolus.
The Nueva Esperanza, owned
and operated by Cia. Farrallon de
Nav.
House Un-American Activities of Clubb and John Paton Davles, Chambers' testimony and
Committee last March 14 In con- Jr., whose suspensions were re- Clubb.
nectlon with testimony by for- vealed Thursday. Wood said Clubb also testified Department loyalty board
mer Communist courier Whlttak- Wood Issued a formal state- that Agnes Smedley gave nta a The information c*i the cases
erChambers.lt was revealed yes- ment asserting that the House letter of lntroduct on to Dr. Rob- of .Jup andI Vincent^M given
terday. Committee had determined that ert Morse Lovett in 1932 or 1937 out by r^puty Uiidersecretary of
The disclosure was made by Clubb was the same Oliver Ed- Miss Smedley, now dead, was state Carlisle H HumeUM who
Chairman John S. Wood D.. Oa., mund Clubb identified by Cham- identified in a Far Eastern pass- is in charge of administration for
soon after Secretary of 8tate bers as a man he met in the of- port, which was later withdrawn, the Department.
Dean Acheson told a news con- flee of "New Masses," Communist as a Communist agent. .a,.w,. ., ,r
ference that an unstated number magazine published in New York. e,??E.2fP!m? t.. ^
of additional Department em- He said Chambers testified in The chairman said the ques- sons included among the
ployes have been suspended Dec, 1948. that Clubb entered the tlonlng brought out that Clubb St at wWrtinmt employe,
pending new security hearings- magazine's office and asked for certified an affidavit by Owen whose loyalty or security sta^nd-
Simultaneously, Sen. Joseph R. Walt Carmon, former editor. Lattlmore that Lattlmore lost his lng 's. .bel"f "'nvestigated under
McCarthy. R.. Wls.. demanded to Chambers said at the time Clubb passport at the headquarters of r^n^***nft J*^\"-_ t
know why the Department has was second or third secretary of Communist leader Teh Wing hi B.^hJ^? ^^^J^!
not suspended Ambassador Phil- the U.S. consulate in Hankow, Inner Mongolia In 1935 Latt as a matter of policy is not an-
lp C. Jessup and career diplomat China. more was a target of McCarthy s nouncing details of its act ions in
John Carter Vincent. He was told Red charges last year. !Pecl.flcJ!!3!".^tVh5 .nLv. *
indirectly that suspension was In his March 14 testimony Wood said Clubb also notarised sion is made and the employe
not In order in their cases. Wood added, Clubb said he did a lost passport affidavit for an- kept or fired


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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JTJLY If 1M1
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
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Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
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Cristbal
S.S. Cape Ann ...............................;..Jnly 16
S.S. Cape Cumberland ...'......................July 21
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HELENA...........................July 15
MANTO ............................July 17
DORO ............................July SI
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
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BI.OK AGENCIES. BALBOA: 2-3719 (Freight)
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
8.8. "SANTA MARIA" ............Due Cristbal. July 18th
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA"..........Due Cristbal, July 25th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ......Sails Cristbal, July 18th
8.8. "SANTA LUISA"..............Sails Cristbal, July 23rd
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
S.8. "SANTA LEONOR"* ...........Due Balboa, July 29th
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"Rangltane" Brings British
Band and Boy Scouts
Aboard the Rangltane when
she docks tonight at Balboa will
be members o His Majesty's
Black Watch Band of the Royal
Highlanders and also 44 New
Zealand Boy Scouts. En route to
England from New Zealand, the
Rangltane will transit Sunday
noon. The Boy Scouts are on
their way to the Austrian Con-
clave (which meets every year)
as representatives of New Zea-
land. Norton Lilly and Co., are
the local agents lor the ship.
senger ship Santa Cecilia will
transit the Canal today. Aboard
the Grace Line's ship are Mr.
Walter Greenway, a U.8. Vice
Consul at Santiago, Chile. Mr.
John Vebber. Chief of the Pub-
lic Relations Dept. of the VS.
Mission at Santiago, Chile and
Majors Jorge Quiroga, Tullo Ma-
ramblo and Jorge Rodriguez, all
members of the Chilean Military
Mission to the U.8.
Large Dredge "New Jersey"'
Towed Through Canal
One of the largest dredges in i
the world, the New Jersey tran-
sited the Canal yesterday en
route to New Orleans. Now owned
by the Standard Dredging Cor-
poration of New York City, the
New Jersey was used by the Navy
during the war in connection I
with their operations in the
South Pacific. Since it has no'
propelling power of its own the
dredge was towed through the
Canal by the tug Eugenia M. Mo-1
ran. The New Jersey was coming
from Guam and was berthed at
Cristobal for servicing.
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ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
LONEY. Mr. and Mrs. Aston J.
of Colon, a son. July 11 at Colon
Hospital.
ANDERSON, Mr. and Mrs. War-
ren of Parque Lefevre. a daugh-
ter, July 11 at Qorgas Hospital.
MOO TOO. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles of Panama, a son. July
11 at Gorgas Hospital.
JOHNSON. Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
of Curundu. a daughter, July 12
at Gorgas Hospital.
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Red Tankers Leave Sinking
'Titanic, Iceberg Homes
The "Titantic" In Red Tank,
one of the Canal's biggest quar-
ters buildings, was vacated this
week.
A neighboring quarters struc-
ture, the "Iceberg," will also be
emptied in the near future.
The local rate residents of the
apartments in the buildings are
being transferred to other quar-
ters in Red Tank and Paraso.
The last residents to leave the
Titanic, Building Number 538, va-
cated on Wednesday. Six apart-
ments In the Iceberg, Building
540, are still occupied but ar-
rangements have been made for
the remaining residents to be
assigned elsewhere.
Both buildings are located on
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One of the bidding problems of
the good player is what to do
with a good hand in which there
is no clear-cut partnership fit.
Ordinarily you have to bid such
hands tentatively. You may bid a
suitor two of your own, then try
no-trump, and perhaps show a
delayed preference for partner's
suit.
When an opponent steps into
the auction the situation chang-
es. You can't safely bid no-trump
without strength in the oppon-
ent's suit. If you have that
strength, however, why not dou-
ble for penalties?
As a matter of fact, the penal-
ty double may be in order even if
you have very little in the oppon-
ent's suit. You may be able to
take enough tricks in the side
suits to make the enemy sorry
they hadn't stayed at home.
The West cards of today's hand
were held in a tournament some
years ago by John C. Stableln. of
Seattle. His decision to double
two diamonds was considered
unusual at that time, but in re-
cent years more and more ex-
perts have adopted this kind of
double.
It is unusual because West has
neither a trump trick at dia-
monds nor even unusual dia-
mond length. West Is merely
strapped for a bid and doubles to
show good defensive strength.
East is expected to scramble out
of the double If his hand is parti-
cularly bad for defensive play.
As It happened. East was rea-
sonably satisfied to defend, and
the contract of two diamonds was
rather badly beaten.
Stableln opened the ace of
hearts and continued with the
king. He next laid down the ace
of clubs and continued with a
club to East's king. East shifted
to spades and the defenders rat-
tled off three tricks in that suit.
This brought South down to his
six trumps, but he was fated not
to make all of them. West won
the third spade trick and led a
low club. East ruffed with the
lack of diamonds and South had
to overruff with the queen. This
left West with a sure trump trick.
South managed to win only five
tricks, so Stableln's sporting dou-
ble netted him 800 points.
Defunct Firm Opens
1914 Files As (ops
Trace Killer Gun
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.. July 14
(UP) The cops got on the
trail of a murder clue today and
traced It back to a day before
World War I when it turned up
in the showcase of a small trad-
ing company.
Their clue Is a pearl-handled
.32 caliber six-shooter, believed
to be the weapon that killed a
Kretty Sunday school teacher.
Irs. C. Fred Hanklns, last
March.
The cops, worrying their clue
like a big dog snaoplng at a
cornered rat, now will try to put
together by laborious investiga-
tion the gun's history of owner-
shio.
Thev hope that when they
find the pistol's latest owner
thev will be en the threshold of
solving the perplexing slaying.
Fingerprints, believed to be
those of the killer, were etched
into the shell casing by chemic-
al action of stream waters into
which the weapon was discarded.
Today, thev discovered the run
was sold to the Reliable Trading
Company bv C. M. McClung and
Company, hardware iobbers in
Knoxvllle, on June 30,1914. Then,
thev found Ed Shepherd and
Luther Bailey who operated the
now-defunct Reliable firm.
The men were asked to look
through their old records that
might show who first bought a
.32 caliber six-shooter, serial
number 112423. Bailev says he
has records back to 1920.
Qaillard Highway near the Red
Tank Commissary.
There are 48 apartments In the
Titanic and 16 In the Iceberg.
Exact data concerning their
unofficial names, like those of
other local Institutions is not a-
vallabia, but they have long been
known as the Iceberg and Titanic
to Isthmians who hold even slight
claim to the title "oldtimers."
The buildings were constructed
originally, probably in early con-
struction days, as part of the
plant of Ancon, now Gorges, Hos-
pital.
The Titantic served as Wards
7, 8. 9 and 40. at least part of
which are believed to have been
isolation wards for typhoid pa-
tients.
The Iceberg was originally
Ward 12 of Ancon Hospital, one
of two wards which occupied the
site of the present nurses home.
Both were among the large
group of frame structures that
were demolished or relocated In
1917.1n preparation for the con-
struction pf many of the present
masonry buildings at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
No doubt, the overwhelming
size of the Titanic prompted the
comparison with the White Star
superiiner, "Titanic," that sank in
the North Atlantic in April 1911,
with the* loss of 1.817 lives.
The appellation "Iceberg*," pro-
bably Just followed naturaHj/
from the fact that the marine
disaster occurred when the Tita-
nic collided with an Iceberg.
TREES HIS HOBBY
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. (UP).
Tree farming is the hobby of
Edwin M. Knights, deputy city
health officer, who sets out
some 2,000 seedlings a year on
his 165-acre place at Foster.
THE CHASE
NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, JUNE 30. 1951
RESOURCES
Cash and Due from Banks .......... $1,379,189.822.86
U. S. Government Obligations.........1,380,413.671.13
State and Municipal Securities ......... 192,736,502.02
Other Securities............. 249,577,266.11
Mortgages......."..'....... 50,842,286.37
Loans............... 1,892,132,154.45
Accrued Interest Receivable. ........ 9,839,383.98
Customers' Acceptance Liability........\ 34,963,268.80
Banking Houses............. 28,495,426.26
Other Assets.............. 9,705,902.60
$5,227,895,684.58
LIABILITIES ^
Deposits................$4,793,337,782.27
Dividend Payable August 1, 1951....... 2,960,000.00
ReservesTaxes and Expenses. ........ 20,233,497.94
Other Liabilities ......., 18,116,396.28
Acceptances Outstanding........... 42,775,933-95
Less: In Portfolio............ 6,715,812.00
Capital Funds:
Capital Stock ....... $111,000,000.00
(7.400.000 Sharaa-flS Par) -
Surplus r. i89,ooo,ooo;0o ~7\
Undivided Profits...... 57,187,886.14
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ALEMN-HEAL Y WEDDING TO BE SOLEMNIZED
THIS EVENING AT CRISTO REY CHURCH IN PANAMA
The marriage of Miss Maria Tereaa Healy, daughter of
Mr. and Mm. J. Edward Healy, to Roberto Ramon Alemn,
on of Dr. and Mrs. Julio Alemn, will be solemnised this
evening at efcfht o'clock in Cristo Rey Church.
After the marriage serrice Mr. and Mrs. Healy will eater-
tain relatives an* a few close friends at a reception at the
Panama Golf Club.
Governor Newcomer
Returns from Washiof ton
The Governor of The Panama
Canal. General Francis K. New-
comer, returned last night from a
short trip to Washington. D.C.
Receptions Today
at French location
The French Minister to Pana-
ma and Mrs. Guy Menant have
issued invitations for a reception
to be Riven at the Legation this
evening from 6 to 8 In celebration
of Bastille Day.
This morning, following a cere-
mony In the French Plaza, the
Minister and Mrs. Menant enter-
tained the members of the
French colony at a reception at
the Legation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Young,
who spent May and June in Ft.
Lauderdale and Miami, Florida.
Mrs. Galindo Returns
from Costa Rica
Mrs. Gabriel Galindo has re-
turned to Panama from a short
vacation trip to Costa Rica.
Invitations Issued
for Reception
The Ambassador of Spain to
Panama and the Countess de Ra-
bago have Issued invitations for
a reception to be given in the Be-
lla Vista Room of Hotel El Pana-
ma Wednesday in celebration of
Spain's National Holiday.
Reception to Honor
Dr. and Mrs. Chu
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chen
are Issuing invitations for a re-
ception which they will give at
their residence July 21 at 7:30
p.m. to welcome their son-in-law
and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Er-
nesto Chu. Dr. and Mrs. Chu
will arrive Monday from New
York on the SS "Cristobal." af-
ter spending several months in
Boston and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Medlnger
Entertain at Supper
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Medinger
entertained a small group of
their friends at a buffet supper
last evening at their residence
on Balboa Heights. Guests of
honor at the party were Judge
and Mrs. Joseph J. Hancock,
who returned this week from a
tacatlon trip to Kentucky and
Mr. and Mrs. Meltzen
Entertain Bridal Party
Mr. and Mrs. William Meltzen
entertained at dinner last even-
ing at their home at Curundu lor
their daughter, Miss Beverly
Meltzen and her fiance, James
Ridge and the members of their
bridal party. The dinner followed
the rehearsal of the wedding.
Miss Meltzen and Mr. Ridge are
to be married Sunday evening at
7:30 in the Redeemer Lutheran
Church. Balboa. Their friends
are invited to the wedding and
to the reception which will be
held In the Lutheran Service
Center immediately after the
ceremony.
Mrs. Reagan. Miss LorettaSmith
and Merle Piper returned yester-
day from a trip to the San Bias
Islands.
Mrs. Cowen's Tea
Honors Miss Comber
Mrs. Worden H. Cowen enter-
tained 30 guests at a tea which
she gave yesterday afternoon at
her home In Balboa In honor of
Miss Barbara Comber. Miss Com-
ber arrived recently from Gree-
ley. Colorado, where she has
completed her second year of col-
lege work, and is spending the
summer with her mother. Mrs.
Teresa Comber. In San Juan
Place. Ancon.
The hostess was assisted by
Miss Royna Reece, Miss Cora Ann
Gomez. Miss-Marilyn Jennlson
and Marilyn Jennlson and Miss
Janet Klmmel.
Dr. Smith Honored
on Birthday Anniversary
Mrs. M. J. Smith gave a buffet
dinner last evening for her hus-
band on his birthday anniversa-
ry. The party was held at Dr.
and Mrs. Smith's residence at
Diablo Heights.
The guest list Included: Dr.
and Mrs. Dennis F. Reeder, Dr.
and Mrs. C. DeWlttBrlscoe.Mrs.
M. Briscoe Berner. Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Newland. Guy M. New-
land. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Cenac.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Koenig. Miss
Anne Maddin, Miss Mary Eliza-
beth Morris, Miss Nelly Morgan,
Lt. Col. R. W. Satterthwalte. Dr.
William Merriwether, Dr. J. Dra-
helm and Dr. S. Mehaffy.
Farewell Dinner for
Mrs. B. Lewin
Mr. and Mrs. Z. O. Blumberg of
Cocoll will entertain over 20 peo-
1 pie at their home tonight honor-
ing Mrs. B. Lewln who leaves for
New York tomorrow. Mrs. Lewln
spent three weeks in Panama
during which time she attended
the wedding of her son. Morton
to Miss Sylvia Altman.
Mrs. Davies Hostess
Mrs. Mary Davies entertained
the Fortnightly Bridge Club
Thursday evening at her resi-
dence in Balboa. Her guests were
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Mrs. Ethlyn
Wood. Mrs. Edward Schnake,
Mrs. Frank Bryan. Mrs. Haran
Howard. Mrs. Herbert Judson and
Mis. Marlon Lucas.
Gamboa Union Church
to Honor Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher
The Gamboa Union Church will
hold a farewell reception Sunday
evening at 8:30 following the
evening service for Mr. and Mrs.
B. J. Fletcher who are leaving
soon to reside In the United
States. All friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher are Invited to be
present.
Guests of
Rev. and Mrs. Fiske
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reagan of
Los Angeles, California, are
spending tiro weeks In Panama
with her parents. Rev. and Mrs.
Louis Fiske of Bella Vista.
Mr. and Mrs. Fiske. Mr. and
"A wonderful' house keeper-
but she's
CAREUSS
Dinner Held
at Hotel El Panama
The Panama Canal Dental As-
sociation held a dinner of 40 cov-
ers last night at Hotel El Pana-
ma.
about her
floors"
Notice to Members
of Balboa Woman's Club
All members of the Balboa
Woman's Club are invited to a
meeting of the Garden Group to
be held at the home of Mrs. C. P.
Morgan Wednesday at 11 a.m.
There will be one hour of sight-
seeing and gardening, followed
by a picnic luncheon. Members
are asked to bring their own
trowels and picnic lunches. For
further information call Mrs.
Herbert Bathmann. Balboa 1563.
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Athlete Truman Swerves Past
Queries On 1952s Big Race
By John L. Cutter
He said he has never discussed
ii \-e general and
to re out would be
to ask Elsenhower himself.
WASHINGTON, July 14 (UP)
President Truman said yester-
day he is still young enough to
run a good race foot race that
la but flatly refused to say
whether he will run for reelection
In next year's political races.
The- 67-year-old Chief Execu-
tive, whose political Intentions
are the capital's biggest guessing
game, told a news conference he
is not vet ready to announce his
1952 plans.
The political discussion was
touched off when a reporter ask-
ed whether Gen. Dwlght D. Elsen-
hower, a potential Presidential
nominee, specified how long he
would serve when he took com-
mand of the new Western Euro-
pean defense force. No. Mr. Tru-
man said, he did not.
He then was asked it he ex-
pects to be in politics in 1952.
The President laughed and
promised to give the reporters
plenty of notice when he is
ready to talk about his political
futareif any.
Mr. Truman also:
1) Said the information that
the Air Force has only 87 B-36
atom bombers ready for action
was not meant to be made pub-
lic. The information was given
to a closed-door session of the
House Armed Services Commit-
tee and made public by some
members.
21 The Government is doing ev-
erything within its power to ob-
tain the release of Associated
Press correspondent William H.
Oatls who was sentenced to 10
years In Jail by Communist Cze-
choslovakia on spy charges.
3) Extended an invitation to
Princess Elizabeth of Britain to
visit the United States when
she goes to Canada this fall.
During the political seminar,
Mr. Truman was asked whether
he believes Elsenhower Is a Re-
publican or a Democrat in view
of the fact that groups In both
parties would like to see the gen-
eral as their Presidential candi-
date In 1952.
The President said he does not
know and any opinion he ven-
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THE NATIONAL CITY BANK OF NEW YORK
Head Office 55 Wall Street New York
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF JUNE 30, 1951
. INCLUDING DOMESTIC AND OVERSEAS BRANCHES
A SS ETS
In I' S A. Dalian
Cash, Gold and Due from Banks ................................$1,490.164.077
United States Government Obligations ......................... 1,508.670.959
Obligations of Other Federal Agencies ........................... 37.700.556
Slate and Municipal Securities ................................. 495,273,218
Other Securities ................................................ 116.879.899
Loans and Discounts ............................................ 1.823 836,643
Real Estate Loans and Securities ............................... 15,621.467
Customers' Liability for Acceptances ............................. 43,517.990
Slock In Federal Reserve Bank .................................. 9.000.000
Ownership of International Banking Corporation ................ 7.000.000
Bank Premises .................................................. 28.417,564
Other Assets .................................................... 3.795.404
TOTAL .....................................$5.579.877.777
LIABILITIES
Deposits ..............:.........................................$5,078.996,110
Liability on Acceptances and Bills ..................$75,311,022
Less: Own Acceptances In Portfolio ............. 28,122.805 47.188.217
Due to Foreign Central Banks.................................. 8,774.800
(In Foreign Currencies)
Items in transit with Branches .................................. 33.886.792
Reserves for:
Unearned Discount and Other Unearned Income............. 11.730,373
Interest. Taxes. Otlwr Accrued Expenses, etc................. 35,529,201
Dividend ............... ...................... 3,312,000
Capital ............................................$144,000.000
17 200.000 Shares $20 Pan
Surplus ............................................ 156.000,000
Undivided Profit*................................... 60,460.284 360,460.284
TOTAL ........................ ............$5,579.877.777
Figures of Overseas Branches are as of June 25, 19)51
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SATURDAY. JILT If, *.
White Sox Edge Red Sox In 19-Inning Night Game
Teams Now In Virtual Tie Litt, LM*ue
For American League Lead
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 14 The White Sox, after losing
a doubleheader to the Red Sox the day before, bounced
back and beat the Bostonians 5-4 in 19 innings at Chicago
last night on Don Lenhardt's long fly to center which scor-
ed :Nelson Fox with the winning run and sent the White
Sox into a virtual American League lead tie.
IF
Tin i
The struggle was the longest
night game in major league his-
tory. Last nights game marked a
total of 45 Innings the two teams
hare plaved In the last two days.
Thursday they played a ntne-in-
ngnt twilight game, then strug-
through 17 innings in the
dtcap before Boston won.
"iere were several White Sox
es In the victory that
brought the Chicagoans lo with-
in three percentage points of the
front-running Red 8ox.
finch-hitter Eddie Stewart
delivered a single in the 19th
tw drive in the tying runs and
before that blow, Floyd Baker.
I )> Dlllinger and Nelson Fox
I >aTb singled.
Die Indians wiped out a 6-0
deficit to overcome the New York
Yankees 11-8 in a Cleveland a re-
light game. Although outhit 15 to
13. the Indians staged a five-run
forrth inning and a four-run
fifth.
"Jim Hegan and Al Rosen each
13.three-run homers as Frang
Sfiea. who relieved Vic Raschi
th% fifth, suffered the loss. Boo
Lemon gained his ninth victory
.fllhough he did not finish the
game.
'Bob Porterfield, another ex-
JTankee, gained his second victory
4 tha season by pacing the Sen-
's to a 3-1 decision over the
gers in a Detroit after-dark
game. Porterfield strained his
bitk in the seventh and was re-
lieved by Julio Moreno who held
the Tigers to one hit In the last
Una frames.
', The Browns whitewashed the
Philadelphia Athletics 5-0 in an-
; other night game in St. Louis.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Dodgers continued to dom-
J lnate the National League race
with an 8-6 triumph over the
' Chicago Cubs at Ebbets Field de-
'. apite five Cub homers. It was the
1 Dodgers' eighth vlctorv in a row.
{Clyde King, who relieved Don
t Neweombe in the fourth, was the
winning, pitcher. Neweombe re-
'. lired owing to a sore arm The
DBUgers' Carl Furillo and rookie
Dick Williams each homered
While the Cubs' Ransom Jackson
hiT two homers. Roy Smalley,
Hank Sauer and Frank Baum-
hoKz one each.
Homers by Wes Westrum and
rookie second baseman Dave
Williams helped the Giants to
a 14-4 victory over the Cards
in a Polo Grounds night game.
The Giants Hoped Into Red
'.\1ihi. i r for eight hits and
eight runs in four innings, and
roasted in thereafter.
Don Mueller also homered for
the Giants while Del Rice and Al
Schoendienst each did likewise
for the Cards. Dave Koalo. al-
though nicked for ten hits, gain-
ed his fourth triumph.
Howie Fox of the Reds hurled
is second straight shutout to
ipnble the Braves 2-0 in a Bos-
ton arc-light contest and lead the
Reds to their fourth consecutive
victory. The Reds got two runs
in the third of Max Surkont
when Johnny Wyrostek slng'ed
after Fox had also singled and
Connie Ryan doubled.
Homers by Tom Brown and Del
Eon Is coupled with Robin Rob-
erts' two-hitter gave the Phillies
a 3-2 decision over the Pirates
in a Philadelphia night battle.
The Phils scored all their runs
off Howie Pollet in the fourth in-
ning. It was Roberts' eleventh
win against seven losses.
Schoolboy
Sports
"A" LEAGUE
In the first game played at
Balboa Gym on Wednesday. July
11, the Ancon "A" defeated the
Balboa "A" in a very hard-fought
contest. Even though losing, the
Balboa boys deserve lots of cre-
dit for giving the more experien-
ced Ancon boys a rough time dur-
ing the whole game.
High scorer for the game was
Nick Stokes of Balboa, with 13
points. Abdlel Flvnn and Manuel
Roy. of Ancon. followed with 12
and 11 points respectively.
LOCAL RATE
A wide open race has developed
in the Local Rate Little League
as the first half-season cellar
teams make life miserable for the
early pace-setters in the drive for
second half-season honors.
At La Boca Wednesday. Fergus
Cubs, trailing by a 1-9 sacore In
the third frame, fought back vi-
ciously and with a five-run
splurge tied the ball game in the
sixth inning. Both teams settled
down to scoreless ball until Fer-
gus Cubs pushed over the win-
ning marker in the ninth for a
10-9 victory.
Karl Sinclair relieved Alfred
Bowen in the third and pitched
brilliant ball. The fireball south-
paw brought the overflow crowd
to its feet In tht eighth inning.
With a runner on third and no-
body out, Sinclair bore down and
struck out Guillermo Payne, Ric-
ardo Innlss, and Louis Best to
smother the rally. The losing
hurler was Robert Pate.
The box score lollows:
If ill La Bocana AB
R. Brown, 2b........ 6
I. Lord, 3b.......... 5
E. Best, ss.......... 6
R. Pate, p.......... 4
C. Caddie, c........ 8
L. Hill, If.......... *
O.Payne,cf......... 4
R. Innls. lb........ 1
C. McLean, rf........ 2
Louis Best, rf........ 1
A. Watson, rf........ 1
Josephs, Hall, Lockman, Carty
Reach Ping Pong Semi-Final
Ancon
A. Flynn
M. Roy
R. Rowley
G. Lederer
F. Molther
"Rail" Hansen
S. Steel
C. Salamlna
G. Capwell
fu
5
5
4
3
1
1
(I
0
II
ft
3
1
0
1
(I
0
o
ii
0
pf
3
3
1
B
3
3
2
(l
4
19 4 24 42
23 Free Throws misied
Balboa
N. Stokes
F. Lee
G. Holt
B. Bright
B. Dolan
i. Lacld
R. MeConnel
A. Degenarr
o -l
0 0
0 0
12 12
4
0
3
2
3
5
2
l)
It
13
11
5
4
4
1
0
0
36
Totals............40 9 11
Fergus Cubs AB R H
A. Brown, ss........ 4 2
W. Forde. lb........ 2 l 0
A. Howell, 2b........ 5 2 1
W. Barnaby. rf-3b .... 3 0 2
E. Wilson, lf-cf...... 4 0 1
D. Jolly, lf-cf........ 4 0 O
C. Griffith, c........ 5 1 2
J.Howard, 3b........ 1 0 0
A. Gayle, rf........ 3 3 0
A. Bowen. p........ 0 0 0
K. Sinclair, p........ 3 1 J>
Totals............34 10 7
American League
TEAMS Won Lt Pet.
Boston ... 4. 30 .21
Chicago. SO SI
New York. 46 30
Cleveland. 46 33
Detroit ... 36 39
Washington. 32 46
Philadelphia 31 40
St.,Louis 23 54
.017
.60S
.677
.473
.414
.317
.2*9
GB
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National League
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Chicago.
New York at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Washington at Detroit.
YESTERDAYS KESI'I.TS
'Night Game, 19 Innings)
Boston
100 010000 000 000 000 24 15 2
Chicago
000 002 000 000 000 000 3-5 13 2
McDermott, Taylor <4-7> (18),
Scarborough < 19> and Rosar,
Moss (7i; Plerce. Aloma <8> Dor-
ian (4-2) (14i and Nlarhos.
(Night Game)
New York.........
Cleveland.........
8
11
Second Half Standings
TEAMS W L Pts.
Fergus Cubs........2
Twin City Rookies. .. t
Montlcello Gamboans 0
If ill La Bocans......0
0 1.000
0 1.004
2 .000
2 .800
14 Free Throws missed
Game Officials: Timer: Reyes.
Scorrer: P. Lederer. Referess: P.
Karst As C. Updike.
"D"LEAGUE
In the second game, the Gam-
boa "D" romped, shellacked, and
unmercifully whipped the Balboa
"D". High scorer for the game
was John McGee of Gamboa with
26 points, followed by team mate
Kenny Morris with 20 points.
Gamboa
McGe
Morris
Sase
Ryter
Spectre
Balboa
Watson
Kaufman
Thompson
Hele
DesLondes
Hickey
Wills
Metzler
Jaffe
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13
in
4
2
1
ft
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ii
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pf tp
II 26
1) 20
II 8
II 1
II 3
Twin City Rookies squeezed
through to a 15-14 decision over
the vastly improved Montlcello
Gamboans in a slugfest at Red
Tank, yesterday, and kept pace
with Fergus La Boca Cubs for the
leadership of the second half-
season pennant drive
Ramon Jimnez was the win-
ning pitcher. R. Grant was tag-
ged with the defeat. Herrlck
Holder poled out a grand slam
homer for the winners.
The box score follows:
Monticello Gamboans AB R H
O. Allen, cf......... 0
R. Grant, ss-p........ 4
H. Warren, p-c......
A Jones, c-cf .. ..
L. Fardln. lb.....,
R. Fennell, rf.....
C. Baxter, 3b.....
M Orant. c-2b ....
S. Duncan, If.....
(Night Game)
Philadelphia.......... 0
St. Louis............ 5
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Brooklyn .52 16 Mt
New York. 44 17
8t. Louis. 41 34
Cincinnati 37 38
Philadelphia 37 41
Boston S4 41
Chicago. 3* 41
Pittsburgh 31 4
.643
.612
.488
.474
.453
423
.483
GB
Mi
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18
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TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Brooklyn (t).
St. Louis at New York.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ 4
New York............14
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh.......... 2
Philadelphia.......... 3
(Night Game)
Cincinnati............ 2
Boston.............. 0
Chicago
Brooklyn
011 002 2006 12 0
530 000 00X8 13 0
Shultz (3-6i, McLlsh and Bur-
gess; Neweombe, King I-4) and
Campanella.
(Night Game)
Washington.......
Detroit...........
Caribe Still Leads
Atlantic Hoop Loop
TEAM 8TANDINGS
TEAMS
Caribe......
Powell's......
Coco Solo.....
Westinghouse ..
Junior Vanity..
"D" Btry 943 .
Won Lost Pet
iVeo
.756
.600
.333
.266
oto
Totals............26 14 13
30 1 0 61
AB
. 4
. 1
. 2
. 2
C. Oarnett".'lf-cf...... 2
G. Timling. rf-p...... 3
A. Titus, lb.-........ 4
G Glllings. ss........
O. Moreno. 2b....... 0
Twin City Rooki
R.Samuels, rf.
R.Mollnar, 3b..
H. Holder. 3b-lf .
R. Jimnez, c-p
Distributor
,: CIA. CYRNOS, S. A.
Totals............21 15 8
Next Games
Saturday. 9:30 a.m.Fergus
Cubs vs. Ifill La Bocans. at La
Boca: Twin City Rookies vs.
Gamboa, at Gamboa.
Monday. 4:30 p.m.Hill La Bo-
cans vs. Twin City Rookies, at
Red Tank.
In the fcsst game of the week
a strong Powell's team defeated a
hustling Junior Varsity quintet.
55-37. The J.V.'s were ahead of
the Powell powerhouse. 7-4, at
the quarter and 16-15 at the half.
In the second half the overcon-
fident Powell's settled down, took
the lead and forged ahead with
Sullivan and Manning leading
the scoring at 19 and 18 point*
respectively. Peltynovich was
high man for the Junior Varsity
with 14 points.
In the second game of the week.
Coco Solo trailing by one point at
the quarter, led by eight points at
the half and at the last quarter
to defeat "D" Btry 903rd, 64-53.
Schultz and Nestle led the Navy
scoring with 12 points each fol-
lowed closely by Hosfelt with 11.
Kraft and Woods sparked the
Armv with 18 and 14 points each.
On Wednesday night Powell's
chalked up its third win of the
season defeating Coco Bolo, 53-43.
Though Powell's led throughout
most of the game it looked as
though the Navv might pull the
game out of the fire in the last
quarter when they had the gap
closed to five points. Bailey and
Manning were high point men for
Santa Cruz Sports
BY (iILBERTO THORNE
Elaborate opening day ceremo-
nies and two thrilling basketball
games will mark another Monti- j
cello Club achievement on Sun-
dav when the Monticello Basket- |
bail League opens. Five teams,
Including Santa Cruz's BAM. Jr..
Tanner Shoe, Deportivo Max
(Red Tank-Paralsoi, Duco Wil-
son. and C.Y.O are entered as i
participants fn this league and i
all five teams will be on hand for :
the ceremonies which will begin
on 6:30 p.m.
At 7:00 p.m. Deportivo Max will!
meet BAM Jr. on the courts. Both !
teams are atrong and this game
should provide good entertain-
ment for all who attend.
Tanner Shoe will play Duco
Wilson in the closing game of the
night. In this game we'll see old-
timers like Earl Holder. Conrado
Gill and Berty "Duco" Wilson In
action once more. Newcomers Ol-
son Grant and Thomas Scott will
face regulars like "Iggy" Paschal,
Wilberto Holder and Louis Walk-
er. Incidentally, both teams car-
ry a number of six-footers on
their roster.
The league will be continued
on Monday, July 16. with Depor-
tivo Max playing Tanner Shoe,
after which C.Y.O. will play BAM,
Jr.
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Sports
GAMBOA
For the third consecutive week,
Gamboas "B" League has gone
down to defeat. Wednesday
morning, Balboa swamped Gam.
boa by a score of 51 to 22. For the
first eight minutes of the contest,
both teams played good ball, and
the score changed hands several
times. ,
It looked as though Gamboa's
five had finally found themselves,
after their previous showings this
year. But Balboa opened up with
a fast-breaking offense in the
second quarter, and were never
headed after that.
Moat of Balboa's field goals
were made on layups and short
shots, which proved the margin
of victory. Gamboa shot from the
outside continuously, and had no
one rebounding on the back-
boards.
Pescod. Balboa's forward, scor-
ed 13 points to lead tha scoring
parade for the victors. Napolean
and MacDonald, followed with 8
points apiece. For the losing
cause, Martinez. Gamboa's for-
ward, scored 15 points to lead the
scoring for both teams.
Box score:
BALBOA FG
Napolean....... 4
Pescod........ 6
Charles........ 1
Huff..........
MacDonald...... 4
Perantte....... 2
Swalm........ 2
Glbba......... 1
Cicero......... 3
Totals.........24
In the quarter finals of the
Cia. Alfaro's Isthmian Table Ten-
nis tournament played last night
at the Pacific clubhouse four
Slayers, Arthur Josephs, John
all, Sgt. Joseph Lockman and
George Carty eliminated their
opponents to advance to the se-
mifinals scheduled for Monday
night.
Three of the matcnes were slz-
lilng features and drew repeated
applause from the 200 spectators
who crowded the clubhouse aud-
itorium to see tne Pacific and At-
lantic sides competitors In action.
The first of these was the Jo-
sephs-Grannum match, then the
John Hall-Stanley Hall tussle fol-
lowed by the Carty-Bynoe strug-
gle which went five sets in de-
ciding the issue.
Following are the results:
Stanley Hall eliminated W. G.
HU 21-14, 21-1. 23-21. George
Grannum eliminated German
Castillo 21-19, 19-21, 21-16, 21-9.
Sgt. Joe Lockman eliminated Ar-
nold Anglln, 21-8, 21-8, 21-15, in
the first bracket.
Arthur Josephs, seeded, elimi-
nated George Grannum 16-21,
17-21. 21-16, 21-16. 21-17. John
Hall, seeded, eliminated Stanley
Hall, 17-21, 21-7. 21-16, 21-19. Sgt.
Joe Lockman eliminated Hiram
Johnson, seeded, 21-8, 26-24, 21-
18, and George Carty, seeded, eli-
minated Barclay Bynoe, 17-21,
16-21, 21-16, 21-14, .35-21.
Army Sports
Company level basketball, for
the 1951 Championship of U.S.
Army Caribbean, Panama area;
will begin in the new Fort Clay-
ton Gymnasium on Tuesday. Ju-
ly 17, at 6:30 p.m.
The new Clayton gym offers
excellent seating facilities for
2000 spectators, and ample park-
ing space Is available. All mili-
tary personnel are Invited to
Tuesday's curtain raiser and ev-
ery future event.
Two basketball games will be
played each evening. Wednesday
through Friday, beginning at
7:00 p.m.; with the Champion-
ship and final game to be played
Saturday night at 8;00.
Teams entered in the conttst
include some of the area's best
men, which promises exciting and
aggressive play for all basketball
fans. Last year's champions of
the American League. Hq and Hq
Battery 504th FA Bn; and the
National League's Hq Co Special
Troops are both highly favored
to win company level honors.
ADDED CONFUSION
New York. NBA) Aqueduct
has Installed an Indicator in tha
paddock ahowing the plate, type
of shoes worn by horses.
Royal Crown Beats Mauricio;
Albrook Maintains Loop Lead
League Standings evening as he set a high mark for
I the season with a total of 31
Won Lost Pet- p0ults dropped in and might
Albrook.....7 875 nave done better, but for missing
Royal Crown .... 5 8 .625 19 0I ia free throws. Although
Lincoln Life .... 8 5 .375 ^neid to a total of 2 points, both
Mauricio. ..... 1 7 .12fti,ree throws, during the first
The Albrook Flyer continued quarter. Karl Pareen came back
to set the pace m the Pacific Bas- strong to run up a total of 20
ketball League as thev defeated I points before being ejected from
Lincoln Life by a score of 81 to 1 [he game for misconduct, while
68 in the second of two games team-mates Lee and Sclafanl
played at the Balboa Gynrnhm each accounted for 16 points.
on Thursday night, while the se-
cond place Roal Crown Bodamen
broke their losing streak at the
expense of the Mauricio squad, I Castorina
The box score*:
FIRST GAME
Royal Crown
57 to 51. In the opener.
Fqr three quarters. Mauricio
led the Roal Crown team, but
folded in the final minutes of
pla and the Sodamen forged a-
head to win b six points. Mauricio
started strong and led b a single
point at the end of the first quar-
ter a lead the increased to three
points b half-time and still were
ahead b a single field roal when
the final period started.
With each teem scoring In turn
it looked as though Mauricio
might upset the R-C team, but
then a flurr of wild shooting and
passing lost them several chanc-
es to score and permitted the So-
damen to draw even and then
pull ahead to sta.
The Mauricio team seemed to
fall completely apart towards the
end of the gameManager Hll-
ilnger failed to use good Judg-
ment in the closing minute of
blay when he kept John Went-
land. a player who has proven
his scoring ability, to remain on
the bench wh*n one or two field
goals might have changed the
final outcome of the game. Julio
Arosemena again led the scoring
parade for his team with 21
points, followed by Jaen with 11.
while for the Mauricio squad, it
was Mlnot, a newcomer, account-
ing for 18 of the losers' total and
Red Luft with 12.
The second game was a see-saw
battle for better than two quar-
ters as Lincoln Life started out
with a 4 point lead in the first
period and trailed by only two
points at half-time, but with the
score 41 to 43 against them in the
third quarter, a dtaheartenlng
decision bv the referee seemed to
take the spirit out of the Lincoln
Life team for a few minutes and
that was the break Albrook need-
ed to forge ahead into a 13 point
lead^
When the spectators disagreed
with the referee on the call of a
particular foul in favor of the Al-
brook team, they showed their
displeasure by continued booing
and cat-calls and when after sus-
pending play for a couple of min-
utes it still hadn't subsided, the
referee called a technical foul on
the spectators in favor of the Al-
brook team. Tex Ingram made
both shots count and from that
point the Lincoln Life team was
never in contention and trailed
by 13 points when the game end-
ed.
Bob Gibson of the Lincoln Life
team was high scorer for the
Capablo
Santoa .. ..
Williams ..
Fong ....
Arosemena
Jaen
Cells
...... 1
..... 2
..... 0
...... 9
..... 3
..... 2
Blades........-.. .. 0
Fg Ft Tp
1 4 6.
2 0
2
0
1
3
5
II
0
4
4
4
II
21
U !
4
0
Mauricio
Wentland
pendleton
Olhoeft ..
Mlnot .. .
Presho .. .
Luft .. ..
Hllzlnger
Garceron..........4
21 15 57
Fg Ft Tp
2 2
0
1
4
0
2
0
0
1
1
1
7
1
5
I
1'
S
18
2
12
4
8
21 9 51
Score by quarters:
Royal Crown......LI 24 41 57
Mauricio..........12 27 43 51
SECOND GAME
Albrook Ff
Lee..............7
Danielson..........0
Ulshaffer..........0
DeWltt........,. .. 1
Bonta............ 0
Coycault..........1
Chatham..........2
Parsell............7
Fraser..........., 0
Ft Tp
2 16
Sclafanl
Ingram
Murto .
Bean ..
6 20
0 0
2 16
4 10
1 7
0 0
Lincoln Life
Downing......
Brady..... ..
Plncus ...i.....
Gibson.........
Trout .. .. .. ..
McArthur, E.....
Kourany. O.....
30 21 81
Fg Ft Tp
.817
0 8
U\
1 9
0 4
1 7
. 4
. 1
12
. 4
. 2
. 3
291068
8core by quarters:
Albrook........16 39 63 81
Lincoln Life......30 37 50 W
Referees: Teleae and McGrath
Timer: Baldwin
Scorer: LeBrun
Help Your Piles
Don't suffer from painful, ltchlns;
Pilas another hour without trying
Chinareid. Upon application Chinarais
starts curbing Pila mlaarlaa I ware 1.
Eases pain and Itching. 2. Helps ahrln*
sort, awoUen tlaiues. 1. Helps natura
heal Irritated membrana and allay Pila
\'er%ouenees. Ask your Druggist M
Chinarais- toda-.
GAMBOA FG
Goodln........ 1
Connor........ 0
Martines.
MorrU........ 2
Hope.......... 0
Henderson.. .. '.. 0
Totals..........9 _
Powell's with 12 and 11 point*
each while Heffner and Belvly
scored 16 and 14 points for the
Navy.
In the final game of the eve-
ning Caribe defeated the 903rd
67-41 to remain undefeated so far
this season. Trout of Caribe and
Tlshuk of the 903rd acored 16
points each as high scorers for
their teama.
SAUCON GETS AMATEUR
Bethlehem. Pa. The
United 8tales Golf Association's
51st Amateur Championship is
scheduled for the 8aucon Valley
Country Club course here, Sept.
10-15.
July Bargains
g
en time
Zrrench
imeJ
P4
PERFECT FOR GIFTS
Front $ 1.50
(World-Famous Branda)
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JUAN PALOMERAS
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COMANDANTE OF I SARCARIB SCHOOL
HONORS LATIN AMERICAN OFFICERS
Colon! Janet W. Pumpelly, Comandante of the IISAK-
CAR1B School, tendered a cocktail party at hla quarter., at
Fort C.ulick, Wednesday evenlnf, to honor the Central and
South American itudent officers who are attending the
School.
During the evening Colonel
Pumpelly proposed a toast to Lt.
Alberto Ospina T. of the Colom-
bian Navy, who Is leaving on July
15 to return to his country. Lt.
Ospina returned the toast, add-
ing that he would not forget the
days spent at the school and that
the Navy men of his country have
profited greatly from their stu-
dies.
A humorous talk was given by
Capt. Jose M. Nieves, Chief of the
Military Police Division, and Lt.
Andres Torrente O., student in-
structor in the Engineering Divi-
sion made a few remarks which
touched on the friendships de-
veloped among the representa-
tives of the 21 Republics in the
school.
Those honored were: from Bo-
livia Sub-Lleutenanta Jose Es-
trada Anteaana, Alberto Miranda
Pereira, Zoilo Cordero Vldea,
Hector Borda Anelva and Mario
Pena Ruede; from Colombia Lieu-
tenants Alberto Ospina T. and
Andres Torrente O. of the Colom-
bian Navy, and Gabriel Ortiz.
Luis M. Chethuan and Pablo E.
Alba A. of the Army; Cuba: Lieu-
tenants Jose Donato y Acosta and
Pedro N. Chlrlno y Otano; Nica-
raguaLieutenants Victor M.
Silva L.. In charge of the Nicara-
guan Cadets, and Juan Francisco
Martinez B., and Ernesto Taleno
Lelva. Lieutenant Oeorge Lopez
from El Salvador, and from Ven-
ezuela Sub-Lieutenants Pascual
Antonio Zambrano Andrade,
Humberto J. Vivas, Jose Evaristo
Ramirez, Juan R. Bustamante,
Francisco M. Barazarto, Plo P.
C. Tapia, and Warrant Officers
Plonono Rodriguez Quintero,
Santiago Perrone L, Rafael A.
Lagonell B Leopoldo J. Cardozo
Salas. ,
The following staff and facul-
ty members of the Latin Ameri-
can Division of the School were
also invited: Major Byron K.
King, Captain Jose M. Nieves,
Captain Gay B. Doerr, Captain
Rlcardp V. vaaquez, Captain Ju-
lio L. Hurtado, Captain Jose M.
Torres, Captain Antonio Queza-
da. Captain Raymond Patricio,
Lieutenant Victor Mrquez and
Lieutenant Frank M. Llndgren.
Past Presidents
Of I.A.W.C. Honored
Mrs. Gunther Htrschfeld, the
retiring president of the Colon
Unit of the Inter-American
Women's Club was the guest of
honor at an elaborate tea given
by Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke, the in-
coming president of the club, at
her residence, Quarters A, on the
Coco Solo Naval Station, Wednes-
day afternoon.
Mrs. J. J. Jackson and Mrs. Ju-
lio Salas, mothers of the hostess
and honoree presided at the tea
tables. The table in the main din-
ing room held a centerpiece of
pink carnations and baby's
breath In a blue bowl, and the ta-
ble in the porch dining room was
centered with golden gladioli in
a white bowl.
The guests Included the mem-
bers of the Old and New Boards of
the club. The '50-'51 Board mem-
bers were: Mrs. Julio Nino Miss
Thtlma Godwin. Mrs. Dashwood
Darling, Miss Aoamary Anderson,
Mrs. Camilo de la Guardia, Mrs.
Ernesto Estenos, Mrs. Hans lilies,
Mrs. Anita Neff, Mrs. Humberto
Lelgnadler, Mrs. Julia Emlllanl.
Mrs. Agustn Cedeo. Mrs. Juan
Nunez, Mrs. Eustace Lee, Mrs.
Robert Leigh, Mrs. Stanley Ham-
ilton, Mrs. Elsie M. Skillman, Mrs.
Fritz Humphrey, Mrs. Harry Eno,
Mrs. C. B. Dlehl, Mrs. Fred G.
Stelner, Mrs. Sam Roe, Mrs.
Charles Whitaker, Mrs. John
Hall, Mrs. Enrique Cotes, Mrs. L.
Sanchez, Mrs. Hiplito Fernandez,
Mrs. Rafael de Boyrle, Mrs. Car-
los Qulroz, Mrs. Alberto Motta,
and her guest, Miss Emily Madu-
ro, Mrs. Isabel Castillo, Mrs. Jose
D. Bazan, Mrs. Antonio Alberola,
Mrs. Raul Herrera, Mrs. John
Coffey.
The '51-'52 Board members In-
cluded: Mrs. Sam Puller, Mrs.
Luis Eduardo Castillo, Mrs. Ves-
tal Morris. Mrs. Darlo Gonzalez,
Mrs. O. E. Jorstad, Mrs. Harry
Bllgray. Miss Carmen Grlmaldo,
Mrs. Perclval Alberga, Mrs. Sid-
ney Passalalgue, Mrs. Lino San-
fellppo, Mrs. Julio Nino, Mrs.
Henry Townshend, Mrs. James
Bowen. Mrs. Paul Bailey, Mrs.
Fred Haseloff, Mrs. Enrico Ser-
Ventl, Mrs. Charles Whitaker,
Mrs. Fabian Pinto. Mrs. Agustn
Cedefio, Mrs. Herbert Toledano,
Mrs. John Fisher, Mrs. Armlda
Escobar who are visiting on the
Isthmus, and Mrs. Aldo Burlan-
do.
Bride-Elect Complimented
With Shower
Mrs. Roy E. Drlnnen, of Colon,
was hostess for a tea and silver
dollar shower given at the home
of her mother In Panam City, to
compliment Miss Ella Mndez,
whose wedding on July 18 Is of
Interest to a wide circle of
friends.
Tea for the thirty guests was
served on the terrace of the resi-
dence.
New Arrivals Introduced
At Morning Coffee
Mrs. John Prehle was hostess
for a morning coffee given at her
quarters at Fort allele to honor
Mrs. I. H. Mau and Mrs. H. A.
Keith, who are new arrivals on
the post.
Invited tt meet the newcom-
ers were: Mrs. Jack D. Oakley,
Mrs. Gay B. Doerr, Mrs. G. C.
Knight, Mrs. W. McBride, Mrs.
James Jess, and Mrs. Denver
Heath.
to honor several couples. The
honorees were: Captain and Mrs.
Robert S. Fahle, Colonel and Mrs.
Thomas M. Lamer, and Mr. and
Mrs. Dashwood Darling, all of
whom are leaving. At the same
time Captain and Mrs. W. S. Par-
sons, who arrived recently, were
welcomed to the Isthmus.
Among the guests were mem-
bers of the consular corps, offi-
cials of Colon and the Canal Zone
and friends from the Army and
Navy.
Buffet Supper Party
Mr. and Mrs. Frank ZeimeU
entertained with an Informal
buffet supper and cocktails at
their Colon residence Thursday
evening to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Dashwood Darling who are leav-
ing to reside in San Francisco.
Birthday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Griffon
honored their young daughter,
Judy, with a birthday party given
Wednesday at the Brazos Brook
Police Range to celebrate her
tenth anniversary.
Games were played and the
prizes were won by Jimmy Peder-
son, Wendy Cotton, Frances Dlg-
nam, Anne Gllley, Patty Middle-
brook and Virginia Dlgnam.
A red, white and blue theme
was used on the buffet table and
assorted balloons were used in
the general decorations. Favors of
small dolls, flags, whistles, toy
watches and pipes were given the
young guests.
Those attending the party were
Sherry DeRaps, Anne Gllley,
Waldo Gllley, Jimmy and Ruth
Corbett, Patty Mlddlebrook, Car-
ol Wood, George and Wendy Cot-
ton, Bill Hayes, Bobby and Hollls
Griffon, Lana Nadeau, Karen
Nadeau, Ellen Zitzman, Charles
French, Colleen Lawson, Linda
Erlkson, Patricia Prelss, Sharon
Prelss, Virginia and Frances Dlg-
nam. Patricia Lawson and Jimmy
Pederson.
Masonic Sunday at Gatun
Special services will be held at
the Gatun Union Church tomor-
row at the 11:00 a.m. morning
worship service for all Masons on
the Isthmus. Reverend J. W. I*
Graham, pastor of the church,
will conduct the service.
Informal Dinner Party
Dr. and Mr. L A. Stetson en-
tertained with an informal dinner
party at their residence on
Washington Drive Thursda yeve-.
nlng.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
John Kernlck and Mr. and Mrs.
Fritz Humphrey.
Hail and Farewell Party
A cocktail party was given by
the Pohoomul Brothers, with Na-
randas Engte an dSllm Mulkanl
randas Engle and Slim Mulkanl
[Panama L-anai (clubhouses
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O Bofwld REAGAN
"STORM WARNING"
Sunday "THREE SECRETS"
COCOLI 6:15 8:70
O Vincent PRICE
O Ellen DREW
"BARON of ARIZONA"
Sun. "father's Little Dividend"
76-Yr.-Old Husband
On Reconciliation
Visit Slays 2, Sell
SARASOTA, Fla., July 14 (UP>
An elderly estranged husband
blasted two women to death yes-
terday with a .45 caliber auto-
matic and seriously wounded a
police officer before ending his
own life.
The victims of the afternoon
shooting in a normally-quiet res-
idential section were Mrs. Floyd
White, 45, her mother, Mrs. Nor-
man C. Hewitt. 08, prominent
Sarasota clubwoman and writer
and Norman C. Hewitt, 70, of
Punta Gorda, Fla.
Police patrolman Earl Parker
was shot through the lung as he
approached Mrs. Whlte'ahome to
Investigate neighbor's reports of
shooting. Surgeons removed a
bullet from his back at a local
hospital where he was said to be
in serious condition although ex-,
pected to live.
Police Chief Robert N. Wilson
and Coroner Roy Lutz said lt was
a clear case of double murder and
suicide.
City police, sheriffs deputies
and state highway patrolmen
surrounded the house and bom-
barded it with tear gas after
Parker was shot. Breaking in they
found Hewitt's body laying Just
inside the front door, Mrs.
White's body In a bedroom and
Mrs. Hewitt's body on the kitch-
en floor. All three had been shot
once In the head. Only four bul-
lets had been fired from the
heavy automatic lying near Hew-
ltt'8 body.
Wilson said Hewitt apparently
shot Mrs. White, Mrs. Hewitt and
then Parker before turning the
gun on himself.
Mrs. White's husband, a bar-
tender at the city-owned Bobby
Jones Country Club, said Hewitt
had come here to attempt a re-
conciliation with his estranged
wife.
The elderly couple had married
and separated only a few months
ago.
' lucky Dluovry for
Hai-d of Hearing
Thousands of men and womea
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GE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILf NEWSPAPER
SATIIKDAT, JTIY U, 1951
ciassTm 191 wick *svirs
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWIS SERVICE
Ma 4 Tlvoll Ave
Phone ?-??3l
K1USKO UK LESSEPS
Paiqur de Iflwpi
MORRISON'S
No. 4 Fourth of July Av
Phone 2-94*1
BOTHA CARLTON
10.059 Melndee Av*.
Phone '.,..( .1I..11
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No 55 West I2lh Street
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 57 "H" StreetPanam
No. 12.17 Central Ave.Col*.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
JPR SALE:1919 Ford V-8
..Custom. Con be financed.
FOR SALE
Household
^ Arncdor Road. Erlboo,
after 4:30 weekdays.
2-3389,
/OR SALE: 1946 Chrysler New
Yorker 4 door sedan, tan. 4 new
ri/ei. radio. Ai excellent buy.
I Only $385 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC, yaur FORD dealer an
automobile raw.
FCW SALE: 1941 Chevrolet. Per-:
lect condition. 6 tires. Must Ie3ve
w5964-D, Smith Place. Diablo.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
Fordor FOR SALE: 25 Cycle 9 cu. ft.
0938 Wett.nghouse refrigerator, excel-
lent, SI 00.00. 2*= cycle Apex
washing machine, excellent. $60.-
CO. Mahogany diningroom set $75.
CO. 5 piece imitation Raltan with
2 end tables. 2 table lamps, $100.
00. 2 grass rugs 9x6. gray. $12.-
00. Chest of drawers, 2 table lamps
S5 00. 25 cycle phoncgroph mo-
tci, $5.00, 6 piece odd porch fur-
niture $20 00. 4 mahogany chairs (OR SALE:HAM Radio transmitter,
MISCELLANEOUS
So you have e dnnkine problem?
Write Alcoholic AnonymaiM
Bon 2031 Ancon. C Z.
FOR SALE: 8and saw, craftsman,
twelve inch. Extra blades. $55.00.
Motor ovailable. Currie, phone 6-
559. Gamboa.
Gramiich'i Sonta Claro beoch-
cottoget. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
1
William Sonte Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidaires, Rock-
gas- ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR* SALE:1950 Ferd 2 door Oe
Luxe Six Sedan, black, rcdio, taat
covers, food tirei. Only $445
dawn. COLPAN MOTORS INC.
your FORD dealer on automobile
raw.
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FOR SALE:1940 Oldsmobile 2-door
"Sedan, excellent condition, $300-
00. Mr. White. House 8II2-B.
J"Margorit'o, 3-2133 days, 3-1384
otter 5._________________________
FOft- SALE:1950 Mercury 6 pai-
..M"ff*r coupe, light (ray, radio,
uii coven, good tirai, Onlv $600
down and drive it way. COLPAN
MOTORS INC. your FORD dealer
an automobile row.
$12.00. 7 ft, fish ca'.tmg net. new,
S"0.C0. Odds and ends. 104-C,
8th Street New Cristobol, Tel. 3-
1939 for appointment or 3-1598
residence.
150 watts, CW b phone, com-
pete will, modulator. HPIBR, No.
3, Avenida 2a. Son Francisco de
lo Caleta Tel. 3-0993.
,FOR SALE:Studio Couch
Phone C. Z. 86-6226.
$40.00
FOR SALEPiano upright Grand.
small, 6 pc. wicker livingroom set, FOR SALE: Aquarium fishes, 22
gas stove, youth
916, Colon.
bed. Telephone
FOR SALE9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerotor, over 2 yeors guoran-
tce. Rodio-phonograph RCA. House
8060-C Margarita, phone 3-1320.
varieties to choose from, plants 8
types, air valves stones, clear plas-
tic hose. food. I 1 Via Espaa, op-
posite Juan Franco Stobles, phone
3-4132.
FOR SALE:Easy Spmdrier washing;
machine, Storkline baby-buggy. I
Both excellent condition. Phcne'FOR SALE:One
Albrook 5224.
FOR SALE:Singer portoble sewing
machine, English dishes on dmiscel-
loneous household articles. House
0552-A, Chogres St.. Ancon.
RESORTS
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL. Balboa 2820 or
see caretaker there.
Phillipi. Beach cottages^ Santa' Clara,
Box 435. Bulbo. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment: Corttoct office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom
Club Coupe V8 less than 1,000
rrTiles, beautiful Silvertone grey fln-
l.iVh full plastic seat covers, radio,
chrome wheel rings. New price
$2,259. My price $1.995.00. Will
((-nonce. See at Garages across
. .frpm Balboa YMCA. Saturdoy and:
Afjnday.
.FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Six Da
. ljie 4 Door Sedon. black, teat
coven, food tirei. A clean car.
Only $595 down. COLPAN MO-
TORS INC. your FORD Dealer on
automobile row.
"FOR SALE1950 Nash Ambassador.
rodio. Hydramatic. Good tires. Price
* S. 1.750.00. Must sell. Can be
r flhonced. Coll 83-4145 onytime.
Qtrs. 2178-B. Curundu.
FOR SALE1947 Crosley 2 Dcor Se-
dan. Duty Poid House 23 Apt. 4,
5Cth St. Bella Visto.
FOR SALE: Studio piano, boy's
bicycle', girl's bicycle, dressing
table, record changer, chest, child's
desk, life raft, kitchen table, boy's
basketball shoes size 8 (never
worn>, doll carriage, 9x12 rug
$10.00. 554-B, Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE:Eight piece solid maho-
gany livingroom suite. Also 10 1-2
by 13 Belgion rug. Phone Balboa MOTHERS.
sound equipment
with fcur loud speakers, one 16
mm. RCA Cine Sound Projector,
one ONAN gasoline power plant
110 A. C. Sterling Products Inter-
national S A.. 29 East St.. No. 4.
telephone 3-1697.
FOR SALE:2 wheel 3-4 ton trail-
er. Hondy to have around. Phone
4-474. House 128. Pedro Miguel.
protect baby's feet the
2-3173.
FOR SALE:Rattan choir and .ma-
hogany coffee table. 801-X Em-
pire Street, Balboa.
best safest way you can. JUMPING-
JACK Shoes arc recommended by
speciolists. Sold exclusively ot
BABYLANDIA. No. 40, 44th St.,
Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE:HAM Rodio Transmit-
ter with V.F.O voltage regulator,
very cheap. Federico Boyd Ave.
No. 4, Tel. 3-3374.
FOR SALE:Front room set. Wine
freeze sectional couch with match-
inq blue lounge choir. Three end
tobies. I coffee table and two
Chino lamps, one 9 x 12 rug and FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel puppies,
five, throw rugs. $400 cosh. Call good breed. No. 11 1st St Parque
Ft. Kobbe 4211. Lefevre. Telephone 3-2662.
FOR SALE:1949 Naih 2 door m-
. dan, lifht (roan. 4 new tirei and
tot coven. Only S395 down.
COtPAN MOTORS INC. Your
FORD dealer on automobile row. .
FOR SALETwo dump-trucks Stude-|
. baker 1947 for $1.500.00. new 1
tires, no bottenes. bring your own
if interested. Coll Ponomo 3-0706
ot 51st Street sand pit. Best bar-
goin in the morket.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet two
door Flootline De Luxe sedan, co-
lor maroon. Only 1.100 milat. 1,-1
000 miles credit card goes with '
car. This car still in guaranteed
period. Only $560 down ond
drive it away. This is an excellent
opportunity. Your FORD daoler. |
COLPAN MOTORS, en automobile
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.FOR SALE::1940 Pontioc Coupe
"recently overhauled. Tel. 83-6-186. ;
FOR SALE: Jeep surplus. Phone
C Z._86:6226._
FOR SALE: Suites of furniture,
choirs. tobies, bookcases. rugs,
books, trom-table. toys. 205 Co-
lon Beoch. Phone 3-2577.
FOR SALE:One Kelvmotor Refri-
gerator 60 cycle. $25. Gas range
pocelom. 4 burners ond oven, $15.
219-D, Poroico, C. Z
FOR SALE:One Norge Refrigerator.
Can be seen at Quarters 350-L,
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE:Frigidoire 7 cu. ft. In
good condition, washing machine
fair. 1445-B, Balboa.
Help Wanted
WANTED:A reliable moid with re-
ference for house- work, cooking
ond o little loundry. Con live in.
Diablo 5182-B.
TR SALE:Chevrolet, mechanically
' good. Good tires Must sell. No
rea'onoblr offer refused. House
" 219-D, Paraso. Above Club.
TOR SALE:"41" Plymouth convert-
ible. $375. Call Corozol 85-2150.
between 5-7 p. m.
/Oft SALE:Studeboker Commander
1. A-l condition throuqhout New
- upholstery. Borgoin 2034 Via Es-
,v fdno. Phone 2-21 12.
PCR SALE:Leavinq. Pontioc 1950
in perfect cond lion. Hvriramatic,
act covers. 4 door, n"w tires.
rodio. used only 6 months, 7.000
wile, can be fincred Tel. 3-3933
: or -- 3-2014
F0jsALE---]9-ll Hudson 4-d.....
Han S300CO Ph;nc 3 2:8-1
-, House. 141 New Cristobol.
FOP SALE 1950 Ford 2 door -e-
rton in excellent condition. Or'v
6.000 miles Price SI.300. Coll
Ancon 2-63~l c call ot Building
JT"-466 Apt. 16 in Ancon.
fOR SALE:Old-mcbile, 19". radio.
p,.. ),,.< P.-Kt 12'. Iroilet No. 30.
13th St. Son Frcncisco
Here's how I helped
dt .ii up BLACKHEADS and
tt'f to easy. Cleaner with
mildly OMdicated. emollient
Cuticura Soap, then apply
mildly antiseptic Cuticura Ointment. ~ This
world-known combination la uuully aur
pri!.ing!y helpful Buy
both today at yuur
ramiet'a
FOR SALE:Bolex movie camera.
16 mm. 3 lens. YVAR. regular,
complete with range finder qnd
case $350 00; Argus IIIC --
G. E. Light Meter; Areus INC. 7
filters ond hade ond G. E. Light
Meter. $75.00; Mohoqary Shelves,
naturol finish, $30.00; Electric
Woffle Irons, double 520.00: Elec-
tric Table Stove. 3 heats, $30.00.
House 5433-E. Diablo Heights af-
ter 4 o'clock.
FOR RENT:Small furnished oport-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13. ,
FOR RENT: Aportments of one
forge and one small bedrooms,
sitting-diningroom, kitchen, bath,
at 44th. Street Eost Bella Vista,
see De Castro, No. 24 B Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panama.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath, at No. 20 Via Espaa,
see De Costro. No. 24 "B," Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Ponoma.
FOR RENT; One bedroom apart-
ment, Per Avenue No. 57. Coll
No. 8. 34 East St. Phone No. 3-
0746, Panama.
FOR RENT: One room furnished
oportment, completely independent,
with lorge balcony facing British
Legation and the sea. Garage. 30
Ecuador Avenue.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, seporate, maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month. Marysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemena Ave eor U. S. Em-
bassy. Coll 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Semi furnished oport-
ment with Frigidoire. gas stove on
San Francisco Highway 120. near
Roosevelt Theatre. Inquire house.
FOR SALE:.....Good breed puppies. 8
weeks old. 9th Street, Porque Le-
fevre. Vilar family. Barriada Pon-
oma America.
FOR SALE:Leico 3-F with new flesh
c.ttochment. Complete for $225.
Ancon 2-6371 or Bid. 356 Apt
16.
LESSONS
FOR RENT
Room
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished, lorge
clean cool double room. All mod-
ern convenience. To respectable
married couple. Peru Ave. No. 65.
Lower left.
Drese Waites School of Doncinq Re-
openinq August 1st. Registration
Julv 18th. 19th; 9:00 O. m. to
? 00 p m. Balboa Lodge Hall.
Phone 2-2363.
Piano fundomentols for beginners
streamlined. Ear or note. Coaching
for advanced students, popular or
classical. Bennett's Piano Studio
Juon B. Sosa. 9, Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
SALE-"Onon" Plont. 2
C. 110 volts. $250.00.
Tel. 895-L, Colon.
FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, large
ncely furnished room, independent
entrance. Mexico Avenue 69, neor
43rd St.
MAKING TRACKS
ST. LOUIS, (U.P.I. Police
hunted a shoeless robber after
two men fled from the scene of
a liquor store holdup so fast that
one of them ran right out of his
shoes. Officers found a biack
shoe worn by oue of the men
just outside the door. Its mate
was picked up about 75 feet away.
Fiery, Itching
Toes and Feet

h
SALE: '47 No-h Ambossodor
b'ock 4 Dr. Leather upholstery.
I 23.000 miles. Perfect condition.
i Single owner. Hos hail excellent
J core A beaut ful cor thct w,ll sove
ft your rrc-i Con be fma-iced. Bel-
> boa 2-2885.
JfOR SALE:tli 49 Super. 2 Door
i Sedon. Dynaflcw. radio, new tires.
I undercoated, etc. Excellent con-
dition. Phone 4-4 74, house
Pedro Miguel.
WANTED
Automobile*
ivANTFQ TO BUY Fords. Chev-
rolen, Mercurys. Coupes and Se-
I dan. 1946 1947 1948
, )949 1950 1951 We offer
JJ good prices. Tel. 3-0035 or Via
* Belisario Porro;. Estoction SAS.
VANTED:-Large used trunks, rea-
sonably priced. Phone 4-474, any-
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Bosses Gambling Whitewash
BY DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. July 14 In a
draamtlc scene behind closed
doors of the Senate Crime Com-
mittee, a police sergeant put the
fln?er on Uie politicians of New-
"Sergeant Thlem lsn sincere.
He has never been cjr. -e," vyall-
ed city manager Rhoads.
mittee was trying to find out was
whether the city officials had
done anything about cleaning up
port, Ky. for covering up gamb- Newport, since the committee
ling in that city which lies Just first exposed Newport's big-time
Note Wnat the i-.rne com- even brought back some gambling
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AS CHEAP AS
across the Ohio River from Cin-
cinnati and long has been con-
sidered a gambling Mecca.
, The Incident happened during
the testimony of Malcolm
Rhoads, city manager of Newport.
Rhoads had admitted that the
senior partner of his law firm
owned a controlling interest in
the Finance Building, but denied
that the building housed gam-
bling activities.
"I have been very, very diligent
In running down gamb ling
there,'' the City Manager swore.
This was too much for Sgt. Jack
Thlem, who had been listening as
the city officlaU blandly testified
that Newport was lily-white in
its freedom from gam b 11 n g
Jumping up SerBeint Thlem ex-
claimed: "There is gambling In
the Finance Building and there
always has been."
Forthright Chairman O'Conor
of Maryland promptly invited
the policeman to tell all he knew.
So. while the city bosses glared.
Thiem described how he once
tried to raid the Bobben Realty
Company, located hi the Finance
Building, and according to him. a
front for gambling.
While he was swearing out the
warrant, Thlem related, the city
prosecutor slipped into the office
oi the city manager Rhoads. A
few minutes later. Rhoads' law
partner (who also owns the Fin-
ance Building grabbed Thiem by
the arm and ordered him to
stall." Thlem identified the city
maitager's law partner as "a Mr.
Benton."
"I don't have to stall. The City
Prosecutor is already doing that,"
Thiem claimed he told Benton.
However, by fhe time Thiem
got his warrant and reached the
Finance Building, the Bobben
Realty Company was closed
down.
On another occasion. Thlem
said he attempted to raid Peter's
Cafe at Seventh and Roberts
Street, but also found the cafe
closed up by the time he arrived.
Later. Thiem lea r n e d that
Rhoads' secretary "called the te-
lephone operator, and asked for
the telephone number of Peter's
Cafe while we were on our way
toward the cafe," the police ser-
geant charged.
Immediately after Thiem fin-
ished testifying, all the city of-
ficials in the room jumped on
him.
City Commissioner Charles Eha
demanded whether Thiem had
once worked as a bouncer for Ar-
tie Dennert, boss of the Alexan-
dria Club, a gambling joint.
"No. sir," Thlem denied.
"You know there are reports
that you did." Eha waggled an
accusing finger at him.
"Sir. if you believed everything
that you heard, you would be out
of your head by this time," snort-
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3-3344
"CRY DANGER"
A Man Wirh A Gun and A Back Street Beauty!
OPENING THURSDAY AT THE CENTRAL
Not Talking!
Detective Rejis Toomey (left) listens for an explanation from
Richard Erdman, whose alibi has freed Dick Powell (center) from
prison, but Erdman, apparently deep in drink, divulges nothing.
The scene is from ''Cry Danger," in which Powell is co-starred
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Chase Bank Report
Shows Half Billion
Gain In Resources
Loans, deposits and total re-
sources of the Chase National
Bank on June 30,1951 all showed
a gain of approximately a billion
dollars over those of a year ago,
the bank reported today. Al-
though loans at mid-year were
higher than on March 31, total
resources and deposits showed a
small decline.
Total resources on June 30,
1951 were $5.227.895,684 compared
with $4,697,749,012 a year ago and
$5,272,212,689 on March 31, 1951.
Deposits were $4,793,337,782 com-
pared with $4.298.936.909 and $4-
846,660,746 on the respective
dates. Loans outstanding on June
30, 1951, totaled $1892,132,154
compared with $1,404,655,407 on
June 30 a year ago and $1.869,-
667.421 on March 31 this year.
Cash in the bank's vaults and
on deposit with the Federal Re-
serve Bank and other banks to-
talled $1,379.189,822 compared
with $1.199,628,369 a year ago and
$1,435,547.720 on March 31, 1951.
investments in United States
Government securities amounted
to $1.380,413,671 compared with
$1,671,781,138 and $1,419,840,131
respectively.
The capital of the bank, $111,-
000,000, and its surplus $189.000,-
0O0. remained unchanged from a
year ago. Undivided profits on
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187,886 compared with $49,795,-
882 a year ago and $54,935,516 at
the end of the first quarter of
1951.
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101,000 or $1.37 per share, includ-
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and state taxes for the first six
months of 1951 were $11,422.000
compared with $5.303,000 for the
same period of 1950. an increase
of $6.122.000 lor more than 100.
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SOME ENCHANTED EVENING
Kodgers and Hammerstein, whose songs and shows have en-
thralled so many of us for a long, long time, themselves were
treated to an enjoyable entertainment at The Stork Club from
yestermldnlght until dawn.. .The event was christened A Tribute
to Rodgers c Hammerstein by Show Business.. .They all were
merefrom the current Broadway attractions (the -stars and
many supporting players), Including such Honorables as the
Mayor of Our Town and the nemeses of the underworld (and
Mosco world), U. S. District Attorneys I. Saypol and R. Colin, and
District Attorney Frank Hogan.. .The two orchestras played the
scores by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Rodgers and Hart and Kern
ond Hammerstein for 3' hours of dancing (and throughout most
of the vaudeville), detourlng only for Ethel Merman's wallopinc
way via Irving Berlin's "There's No Business Like Show, etc.''
Labor [News
And
(lomment
"Well, Partner, Another Victory for Our Side!"
. ^J^*p -^r-. :~-
Russell Nypt of "Call Me Madam" followed Ma leading ladv
with "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning' rind then came Gertrude
Lawrence of "The King and I" (purring the soft-shoey "Getting
to Know You"): Roger Dann of "Happy Time"; Diosa Costello
Betta St. John and William Tabbert of "South Pacific" (they re-
prised "Happy Talkee-Talk ); Martha Wright and Myron Mc-
Cormlck (of that smash) doing "Honey Bun"; Roger Rico (now
in Pinza's role) bassolng "Some Enchanted Evening"; Pat North-
rup and Ridge Bond of "Oklahoma!" duetlng "People Will 8av
We're in Love"...Phil Silvers, a very funny comedian, convulsed
them with language they know bestsatirical specialities on
singers and other show people. He caricatured "Some Enchanted
Eve'g" (a libel If ever you heard one) and "Old Man River"...
The honored guests choked laughing.
Their New York Correspondent (who emcee'd) interupted the
fun to sound an "A" for the songwriters... He said: Mr, and Mrs.
Show Business: By the same token that an artist can get a sense
of appreciation from the publiche usually gets his deepest feel-
ing of satisfaction from the approval of his fellow-artists.. .The
American Public by the tens of millions are fully expressing their
appreciation of Dick Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.. .We, of
the Theatre, in our modest hundreds, would like to add to their
applause that of their fellow-professionals... Therefore, by virtue
of no power whatsoever vested in me, I hereby cite Dick Rodgers
and Oscar Hammerstein for the highest decoration of The Lively
Artsfor Devotion Above and Beyond the Call of Dutyto the
American Theatre.
With rare skill they have commanded both the tears and
laughter of a nation. And with even greater dignity they have
expressed the tenderness of its soul. ..It Is an axiom of the arts
that what comes from the heart goes to the heart...Out of the
gift of their genius the whole world is on loan. And tonight we
want to acknowledge that debt...I hope they will accept this
payment of our respects as a mere token of our even greater
affection.
Damon Runyon once said the word Class was difficult to de-
fine. Class, said Damon, was something you could not feel.. .You
had to see it.. .But once you saw it, you recognized it.. And once
you recognized It, you never forgot it.....Class, he said, might come
in the lift of a Thoroughbred's foot or the flip of a Champion's
glove...Ladies and Gentlemen: Class!...Rodgers & Hammer-
stein!. .Diosa Costello and William Tabbert of "South Pacific"
will now translate what I've tried to say in song. ..Then followed
this special lyric by Frank Loesser long-distance phoned from
H'wood only a few hours before. And the duo never muffed a
syllable.. .The entire audience of over 200 reprised the last lime.....
You sing it to "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy".. ."We'll take
tickets a year from next August, we don't care If we hang from
the flies. Not the Old Vic, we mean Oscar and Dick, we're in love
with those wonderful guys 1...We have worn out a room full of
albums, five Oklahomas and six King and I's.. .And you will note
we can quote what they wrote 'cause we dote on those wonderful
guys!...We sit there while the Met's doing Tosca, but something
by Oscar we crave.. .We sit there while they root for the Dodgers,
and think about Rodgers and rave ...We'll take tickets a year
from next August, we don't care If we hang from the lues.. .Call
me a queer! We're like everyone here!...We're In love, were In
leve, we're n love, we're in love with Those Wonderful Guys!"
And then Marlene Dietrich, June Havoc, Shirley Booth, Yul
Brynner, Dorothy Sarnoff, Richard Greene, Miriam Hopkins,
Nancy Kelly, Ann Crowley, Helen Wood, Ernest Truex. Doris Dal-
ton, Frank Albertson, Charles Cushlng, Sonja Henie, Leland Hay-
ward, Vivian Blaine, Robert Alda, Maureen Stapleton, Kenneth
Nelson, Roddy McDowell, Isabel Bigley, Anne Jeffreys, Robert
Sterling, Binnie Barnes, Joe E. Brown, Billie Worth, Paul Lukas,
Reginald Owen, Barry Nelson, Victor Jury. Margo Hopkins, Pupi
Campo, Johnny Johnston, Walter Abel, Lee Tracy, Lee Bowman,
Maria Riva, Betty Furness, Jack Haley, Jarmila Novotna, Dorothy
Mackaill, Dagmar, Peggy Lee, Sherman Bllllngsley and many
other members of Equity (whose names are under that stack of
tuff) danced. ,
We trust The Stars and Stripes newspapers everywhere will
copy this story...Gen. Handy and his wife witnessed a perform-
ance of "Mr. Roberts" overseas...The special cast, was trying to
bring a chuckle or so to our troops.. .The producers paid most of
the costno profit of any kind.. .Gen. Handy found the language
in it too rough "for our soldiers," he said, as he expelled the
troupe from all Army bases...Senator J. McCarthy promised to
do something about it but got too busy...Tod Andrews (In the
Henry Fonda role) and a company recently played In Washington,
where Uve President and Mrs. Truman witnessed it...They loved
it...After the performance Mr. President went back stage to
shake hands with every member of the hilarious show.
"1 never had a better time," he told the happy actors. "You
made me forget my troubles for two-and-a-half hours."
Between the Acts: Ticket brokerage talk is that "Make a
Wish" wlU go down at one of the costliest turkeys About $350.000.
It departs this week... Zanuck's "David and Bathsheba" will in-
clude the saltiest dialog since pre-Will Hays movie censorship days.
No deletions because the sexiest passages are direct quotes from
The Good Book.....Aimee Stuart's London click, "Lace on Her
Petticoat," will be imported to Broadway by H. Shumlin... N. Y.
State income taxers are planning a headache for showmen. A
probe into showbiz payrolls.. ."The King and I" (R. V H's. mus-
ical smash) is now in book form. The dedication is a dilly: "To
Dorothywith Love." Dorothy's the name of their wives...The
Shuberts are going into the movie business as partners of Mike
" on his 3-dimenslon flickersCinerama. One of the Shubert
theatres will be converted into a Todditorium .The film industry
.i.....js yaps' about newspapers highlighting the wicked doings of
"a few actors and actresses." So out cornea a movie named "Ace
in the Hole"about a crooked journalistwho the producers an-
nounce "is not typical of reporters".. .Then What The Hell?
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THOSE CONDITIONS for this condition Is as follows
The Mall Box 'all unspaded dogs and cats 95.00
To Whom It May Concern. | per year; all spaded dogs and cata
For some little time I have been $3.50 per year.'
hearing all sorts of suggestions i I believe that this would go a
regarding the animal conditions j long way In correcting this con-
in the "Zone.'VTo the best of my
knowledge nothing has been done
about it. I would like to make a
suggestion of my own.
If these people can afford to
keep and feed these animals, the
cost of living being as It is to-
dltlon and at the same time do
away with strays. All unlicensed
dogs and cats would be picked up
and if after 5 days they weren't
claimed by paying the license fee.
they would be destroyed.
I like animals but like every-
day, they should be able to pay thing else I believe there should
a cense fee for these cats and I be some control over these con-
dogs. (I know of one family that dltlons.
has over 12 cats.) My suggestion I Ringa da Bell No. 2
By Victor Riesel
BLUEFIELD, W. Va. There
was an earlier John L. who used
to stand up In a pub at certain
hours of the night and shout:
"My name is John L. and I can
lick any man in the House!"
And he could, too, for his last
name was Sullivan. -
The John L. of more recent
vintage does It more subtly, and
for a while he, too, could lick
any man In the house in
labor's house because he al-
ways had the greatest union of
all behind him, the coal diggers.
But things have changed, you
learn as you drive through the
old soft coal fields, revisiting
many an area where news stories
were filled with blood as well as
thunder.
The blood is long since
gone. And the genial coal
diggers at the local bars
and hamburger diners will
tell you that they're not so
certain the thunder should
not go as well. John Lewis is
still their man, they say as
they take their annual ear-
ly July holiday which he
won tor them. But they
think he should be paying
more attention to his union
than to redreaming his plans
for glory.
John L. Lewis won't believe it,
and his men won't tell him, but
his latest sentimental Journey
to Detroit has hurt him. He's
not fighting the old kind o labor
leaders now the kind whom
his strong men would hurl off
a convention platform, or cripple
In a hotel lobby.
By taking on the young stra-
tegists of the Autoworkers'
Union, he's taken on brains
instead of brawn. And they've
hit hard. There are thousands
en thousands of autoworkers
who've moved out of these hills
into the. automobile and air-
craft plants of Detroit and
points wjest. Their grapevine
has sent word back here that
Lewis is on a Don Quixote mis-
sion again. It's not put Just that
way, tout that's what they mean
when they ask you about the
Old Man's latest foolishness."
Word has come into these
fields, for example, of the mo-
ney Lewis has been spending to
raid the CIO. And the coaldlg-
gers, who'd starve to death for]
him if he gave the word for a
showdown struggle against the
now friendly coal operators, now
mutter about the $20 assessment
Lewis has leveled on each of
them. This Is a matter of some
eight to 10 million dollars this
year out of their pockets, and
no one knows why, nor what
he'll do with the money.
News of the Auto Union's blast
against Lewis has filtered down
swiftly to the second string
union leader- They know that
Walter Reuther and his strate-
gists, a tough bunch of in-fiRht-
ers, have publicly charged that.
"In recent months agents of
Lewis' District 50 have ap-
proached certain former offi-
cials of the T.JAW-CIO with of-
fers of highly renumeratlve posts
with District 50."
These are serious charges for
they reveal that Lewis' final
battle to smash CIO has been
underway secretly for months.
"The functions of these
former officials in such posts
would be to attempt to raid
the AW-CIO." the Auto
Union chiefs have charoed.
"All of these men. loyal to
the CIO and to their own
union, the UAW-CIO. re-
jected the District 50 of-
fers and Informed the AW-
CIO that they have been
made. Less than a year ago.
District 50 unsuccessfully at-
tempted to raid the trans-
portation workers at River
Rouge (Ford)."
Furthermore, the Reuther
people called attention to the
fact that Lewis. In Detroit, allied
himself with the Auto U.nion
forces which were opposed to a
dues Increase to $2.50 a month.
Lewis' miners, the Reuther stra-
tegists pointed out two Thurs-
days ago, pay $4, which Is high.
At the same time, Reuther said.
"Lewis' salarv of $50,000, a year
not counting his unlimited
expense accounts, his custom
built Cadillac and liveried chauf-
feur is more than the com-
bined salaries of all four UAW-
CIO International officers."
"Lewis has written n cons-
titution for the VMW de-
void of safeguards for de-
mocratic processes. Con-
tempt for and distrust of his
own membership is implicit
in every line. Lewis has vir-
tually unrestrained author-
ity to remove officers, expel
members, usurp the func-
tions of his conventions and
dictate to and annoint mem-
bers of the OMW executive
board. Svervone famiHnr
with the Mine Workers
knows that Lewis never he-
sitates to exercise that au-
thority." '
Then, in an effort to crush
him, Reuther added:
"And to add to the loneliness
of his self-imposed Isolation
must be the bitter realization by
Lewis himself that his future
as a labor leader Is behind him."
Apparently Lewis Ju*t can't
crash Into a iolnt and shout.
"My name Is John L. and I can
lick any man In the house." His
miners down here are getting
that feeling. He'd better stav
rlose to home. That's what
they'd like.
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NEW YORK. I swear to John, these women
seem hell-bent to put themselves out of busi-
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tractiveness until you wonder If there Isn't some
sort of plot afoot to depopulate the globe. This
current craze to saw off the crowning glory at
the roots is part of it.
This Is an old song, but I shall chant you
another verse. Come here, little bristly-headed
baby, and pillow the crew-cut on yo' daddy's
chest. But give us no talk about let us take
the hair down. There Is more hair on poppa's
chest than there is on your little knotty knob.
Burled deep In my personal lock-box Is a
brown-speckled photo of your correspondent,
taken at gunpoint when he was a fast five years
old. His hair is cropped In a kind of porridge-
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hero also has bangs to go with his Buster Brown
collar.
A more frightful-looking child I never saw.
And you know something? I was prettier then
than most ofHhese freshly shorn females are
today. That particular hair-do looked Just as
well on a little, fat. freckled boy as it does on
a mature woman. It would look Just as well on
a French poodle, for that matter.
It Is a peculiar thing, but short hair always
has been associated with unpleasantness, and I
do not exclude Oliver Cromwell's Roundheads.
For centuries, the mark of disapproval of fem-
ale carryines-on has been a lock-cropping, until
Mr.demolselle resembled a dandelion in a high
wind Head-shaving Was common during the
last war. in France and Italy, at punishment
for lassies who went out socially with the Ger-
mans.
Funny, how Insanity, criminality and the close
haircut go along together. About the first thing
they do to mad ladles, when they clap them in-
to the silly hatch, Is to snlo off extraneous
hair. The new-mown sconce used to be the
badge of the convicted crook. In both cases the
barbers were shooting for sanitation, but the
stigma was there.
In the French Foreign Legion, they have a
disease called le cafard. It means, literally, that
the cockroach has burrowed into the brain,
rendering its owner Insane. It is a disease In-
duced by boredom. One of the first symptoms
of le cafard Is a predisposition to shave the
head, paint, it red. white and blue, and describe
oneself as a barberpole. I wouldn't be a nickel's
worth surprised to see a red-white-blue daubed
skull under a bonnet on Fifth-Ave. any day now.
I have no real sentimentality about hip-
length hair, nor do I crave to trample barefoot
through the locks of my beloved. As long as
they make elevators I have no need for a Ra-
punzel, but It sure would be nice if they left
enough up top to tell the hlms from the hers.
The close-clipped thatch has ever been the
mark of the female misfit who wears dungarees,
writes bad poetry In Greenwich Village, and
nicknames herself Tony or Mike.
Matter Of Fact
By JOSEPH ALSOP
UNREST IN THE ALLIANCE
AVON. Connecticut.It will come as a shock
to the people here at home who have been
airily arguing about whether we "want allies.'
or should "go it alone." Yet the fact is that
our allies are also beginning to argue about
whether they want us. This seems to this re-
porter by far the most significant single pheno-
menon observed during a long, Just concluded
trip abroad.
There are plenty of obvious reasons for the
unrest and antl-merlcan feeling within the
Western alliance. The defense program which
we have urged upon them Is a heavy burden
to the British, who have carried so many bur-
dens for so long. The French, with their weak
government, are hardly able to keep their pro-
mise to us to raise men for more dlvlisons.
German rearmament pleases no one.
Yet even these grave difficulties are essen-
tially superficial. Thev would matter little, If
It were not for two other, less noticeable but
far deeper sources of trouble.
The first of these trouble sources It had
better be admitted frankly Is the failure of
American leadership since the 1948 election.
From November 1949 until the Korean aggres-
sion, the Administration told our allies, as It
told the country, that we could all disarm and
be comfortable. Then came the Korean chal-
lenge and the response. Then, with the advent
of George C. Marshall at the Defense Depart-
ment, there was an Immense raising of rearma-
ment sights. Then there was the victorious
complacency after Inchon in October and the
near panic after the Yalu defeat in November
and December. And then there were two or
three months before Gen. MacArthur's recall.
when no one quite knew what American policy
really was.
Other choppings and changings might also be
noted. But the foregoing is enough to indicate
how unpredictable we have seemed to the Brit-
ish the French and our other allies.
To make matters worse, amone our allies to-
day, there Is no one with Winston Churchill's
superb self-confidence and willingness to take
the lead himself. An alliance, like any other
body of persons acting together. Is deeply de-
nendent on firm, clear-headed leadership. The
Western alliance has no other possible leader
but the United States. And our unsteady lead-
ership in the past two vears and a half has
sadly shaken the confidence in the United
States that was built up during the war and the
great nollcy-making vears Just pf'er thi war.
In this sense, at least, the MacArthur con-
troversy ought to prove remarkably fortunate,
as having at last cleared the minds of Admin-
istration chieftains about what they were try-
ing to do and having shown their Intentions to
the world. But no public debase, nothing but
the most urgent and unrelenting effort, can
pure the other trouble which is also weakening
the Western alliance.
This trouble Is simply the fear generated in
Britain, in Western Europe, In the Middle and
Far East, by the continuing predominance of
Soviet military power. A later report will ex-
amine this problem In greater detail. It is
enough to ay here that Americans can hardly
imagine the state of mind of informed men In
Britain. These Englishmen know their country
still lacks any effective air defense. They know
also that Britain is the most vulnerable pos-
sible target for atomic attack. They expect that
Britain will be Instantly attacked if a general
war breaks out.
For Englishmen who think of a third world
war In terms of total devastation, for French-
men who think of it in terms of Soviet occupa-
tion, the Impulse to appease is naturally dif-
ficult to resist. This impulse would be less im-
portant today, if our allies thought that all
risks, to them as well as to us, were being cool-
lv and wisely calculated In Washington. But
that la not the impression that has been con-
veyed. And thus, while our allies have no no-
tion of surrender, they suffer from an almost
hysterical fear that they will be plunged into
an unnecessary war bv American "excitability."
There Is no use grumbling about Injustice,
appeasement, and man's ingratitude to man.
The practical situation confronting us Is the
situation outlined above. Furthermore, this si-
tuation has been recognized in the Kremlin as
another vulnerable flank of the free world. A
great war of nerves offensive has been launch-
ed to capitalize on our allies' fears. The Krem-
lin's main aim and hope during the months im-
mediately ahead will be to split and thus to
paralyze the Western alliance. Every weapon of
psychological warfare, from the crassest intimi-
dation to the most subtle subversion, is being
and will be used to this end.
This is because the Kremlin knows that the
United States cannot go it alone. Fear of ato
mic attack on Russia by the American Strate-
gic Air Force Is the only exicltlng deterrent to
further Soviet aggression. The effectiveness of
our Strategic Air Force now almost entirely de-
pends upon overseas air bases. In territories of
the British and our other allies. If the Krem-
lin could be sure that use of these bases would
be denied to us, the Red Army would march
tomorrow. And the Red Army will march. If
and when a split in the Western alliance gives
the longed-for protection to the masters of Rus-
sia.
-These are bleak truths which need to be not-
ed, but noted as warnings. For if America can
onlv lead as America ought to lead, which
means If America can only be true to her own
greatness, there may be hard and tricky times
uhead: but the Western alliance will hold firm
and there will be no catastrophe. The knowl-
edge that he Is skirting a precipice makes the
mountaineer step more carefully but also more
firmly, and this must be the American rule to-
day.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
<** WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO- ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Early-morning price debate revealed)
special-interest Senators; Sen. Ferguson was defeated)
on automobile roll-up amendment; Senators shouted)
down Lehman amendment to help tamiles with chil-
dren.
WASHINGTON The public was asleep at S a.m. when-tlvf
Senate staged Its most revealing debate on price control. Asleep-
u'so were many newspapermen.
Yet the speeches certain senators made at that time Just
as price controls were scheduled to expire and the amend*
ments they Introduced, give the clearest of all pictures regard*
lng who pulls the strings to make certain senators dance.
At about 2:30 a.m. up spoke Sen. Homer Ferguson ol
Michigan, his silver hair more aury than usual. He had aa
amendment which would have Increased the price of automobile.
throughout the nation.
Ferguson did not mention the fact that his wife and son-in-
law are heavy stockholders In a subsidiary of one of the biggest;
automobile companies Chrysler. Nor did 8en. Willis Robert-
son of Virginia mention It, as Sen. Elmer Thomas was unkind
enough to do three years ago when he threatened to expose'
Ferguson's family Interest in Chrysler unless Ferguson quit In-
vestiga ting him.
However, Robertson, alert to catch the significance of Fergu-
son's amendment, warned his colleagues that It was "tailored
perfectly to Increase the price of automobiles."
"Then this Is a roll-up amendment," snapped Clinton Ander-
sen of New Mexico. "If we want chaos in price admlnlstrattqn,
this is the easiest way to get it I have ever seen."
Then, turning to Ferguson, the New Mexico senator observed:
"It applies primarily to the automobile Industry."
"The senator Is correct," admitted Ferguson. "Why should
that Industry be discriminated against?"
"The profits of automobile manufacturers were reasonably
good, were they not?" Anderson shot back, referring to the fact
that most big-motor companies have Just celebrated their highest
profits In history.
"Now we come to the secret. The senator wants to fix price*
so as to determine profits," angrily shouted the Michigan en-,
ator.
Ferguson had reason to expect hi automobile amendment.
to pass like other special-interest amendments, log-rolled through
in the early hours of the morning. But it was defeated with
Michigan's other senator, Blair Moody of Detroit, voting
against it.
PEANUTS AND MILK
Senators Ed Thye, Minnesota Republican, and Warren Magnu-
son, Washington Democrat, also pushed through an amendment
to freeze dairy and peanut products at their present high prices.
But Senator Anderson, once Secretary of Agriculture, and now
tiie consumers' most consistent friend, objected.
"The bill we are considering is designed to try to put ceilings
on prices," he said. "How la a measure that would prevent prices
from dropping germane to a bill that Is trying to put on ceil-
ings?"
"That may have been true so far as the original Intent'of
the bill," sarcastically Interposed Senator Douglas of Illinois,
another friends of the housewife, "but It Is completely "Ap-
propriate now, since the price-control bill has turned Into a'-bill
to increase prices."
However, Senator Thye, himself a dairy farmer, defended
the bill on the grounds "It is necessary in the general defense
of our land."
"I do not believe that the national defense is going to be
jeopardised in the slightest if we allow a peanut from some other
country to come into this country," snorted Anderson.
CATTLE AND BLACK-MARKETS
However, the dairy-peanut amendment passed.
Anderson also tried to block an amendment by Sen. Hugh
Butler, Nebraska republican, weakening the government's control
over meat slaughtering. Butler raises cattle In Nebraska, while
Anderson raises cattle In New Mexico. But while Butler has been
the great champion of the cattleman and his pecketbook
interest Anderson has voted against his own pocketbook
"The Butler amendment," charged Anderson, "Is a black-
rnarket amendment."
This brought Senate majority leader Ernest McFarland of
Arizona angrily to his feet. Though he Is supposed to be the
Administration spokesman, he supported Butler.
"I resent the Insinuation that this is a black-market amend-
ment," bristled McFarland. "I cannot permit him (Anderson) to
say unchallenged that I am advocating a black market."
Later, Anderson read a telegram to show that he was sup-
ported by some meat packers.
In the final showdown vote, Butler's meat amendment passed
over-whelmlngly.
CHILDREN OR $S
While the Senate voted for the special Interests, It voted
against the underprivileged, on an amendment offered by New
York's gentle Sen. Herbert Lehman. Lehman, who lost his son
In the war, begged the Senate'to "make It Illegal for a landlord
to deny the rental of housing accommodations to any applicant
solely on the ground that the applicant has children."
No One dared to speak publicly against Lehman's amendment,
but the senators shouted It down with a chorus of "no's."
Finally, in the wee hours of the morning, Michigan's young
Senator Moody put up a last-ditch fight to strike out all the
special-interest amendments and salvage a good price-control
law.
"It is about time that the Interest of the consumers, of the
American people, is considered ahead of the special Interest who
hope to profit by Inflation at the public's expense," pleaded
Moody.
Sen. Bill Benton, Connecticut Democrat, agreed.
"Abraham Lincoln said there should be a proper balance
between property rights and human rights. However, that balance
has been entirely upset In the past few days In the course of
the proceedings In this chamber," Benton declared. "I suggest
that we had better begin to consider how to reach the proper
balance between property rights and human rights. If we do not
do so, we shall lose the Cold War. We shall lose it by losing the
war of Inflation."
But Sen. Irving Ives. New York Republican, saw the hand-
writing on the wall. Ives has consistently battled for the con-
sumer. So. at about 4 a.m.. he admitted defeat: "The votes art
against us, and there Is nothing we can do about It. Only the
test of time can show that we are right and they are wrong.
I am willing to abide by that test. I should like to have the ques-
tion come to a vote."
The roll was called and the Senate voted against Ukt
Public, 59 to 22.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Ine.)
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SATURDAY, JULY 14, UJ51
ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
TERRYA
RED LETTER DAY
Episcopal
ANCON, I ./
VHX CATHLDKAI Or Si LUKE
The Hi. Rev. ft HeDei ooaen. Blinop
The Very Rirv. Raymond T. Ferri. Dear
7:30 Tin. Holy Communion
1:3(1 a.m. Cathedral School
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
Bunion and Sermon.)
1:08 cm. Evasnlng Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL. Kf.
CHURCH OF (UK SAVIOUR
3rd St. near Navy
' Rev. Milton A. Cookaon. Paatoi
Holy Communion 7:30 m
Church School 9:30 a.in
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 a.m.
4H-C. firtt Sunday In the month I
'oung People Ve-sper Service 4:3d
n.m.
Wedneaday. Holy Communion 830 o.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a.m.
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church of Ml. Andrew
The Rev. Uldeon C. Montgomery
Re. M. A. Cookaon, Chap. USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.ra
Sunday School :30 am.
Public VTorahlp 10:43 am
(H.C. Oral Sunday In the month.)
Toung People's F*llowhIp 4:00 pjn.
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening'
at (:30 p.m. ,_ _
Women Auxiliary and and 4th Thura-
4*y at 7:30 p.m.
Houae of Prayer and Fellowship fot all
people
COROZAL
Gee* Shepherd
The Van. A. F. Nightengale
7JO ajn. Every Friday: Morning Pray-
(B.C. 1st Friday.I
Churchai of the many faith In fhe Canal Zone, and the
terminal citie af Panama and Calar), Republic at Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at all time to ma and woman or Hit armed
lervicei. and to civilian neighbors, fnendi and strangers.
At a public service, the Panama Americon liiti below, by
denominatieni, notices af houn af warthip and other regular ac-
tlvltiet.
Lilting af larger denomination art In elphebeticol order,
which ii rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
ana or two congrcgatians ara lilted under "Other Churches And
Services." A speciel listing is included far tcrvicei at Army petti.
Air Farca bate* and Naval station.
Minister, church lacreterict and chaplain ara atked ta in-
at the latest af any
poge.
O
term the newt detk by Wadnetdoy neon
change fer the ceming Saturday' church
Lutheran
toatxucUona for adulta aeeking mjow-
!ul*,.0ii,5tC"!iH"lc Churcb' vrv Mon-
day and Thuraday at 7:1& p.m.
.,?7- *:? '".-Churcb School with
slateea fot all Afta.
s- "~mTR,. Sermon Topic "You Can't Uve With.
Choir'' SD#CU" Uwie ** mSSti
too p.m.Youth Fellowship Subject
Came.1 Installation
Officers.
of Newly Selected
GAMBOA
St. Sanaa's Cbarrb: Rev. DA. Oeborne
10:30 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday Holy
Communion at Sermon.
10:30 a-m. 1st. and 3rd Sundays Morn-
ing Prayer & addreaa.
3*0 p.m. Sunday School
8:00 and 6:00 p.m Youth Organization
7 JO pm. Evening Prayer and addre
1:00 p.m. Service at Penitentiary Everv
4th Sunday. _
7:30 oro. Tuesday Girl Friendly So-
efety.
7JO pm. Ind. and 4th. Thuradayr
Woman' Auxiliary.
Bamhtt PetiHaatiary
Holy Conununlon 4th Sunday 1:00 pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter** Chareh
Rev. Lemuel B Shirley. Prieet
( a.m.Holy Communion.
T a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermn
IS a.m.Momln Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.m.Holy Baptism.
7:30 pm.Vesper and Sermon.
Communion Tuesday and Thursday
7 a.m, Wednesday and Friday a.m.;
Girl Friendly 4 and 7 p.m. MoDday.
pjn. Tueeday; Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 p m.
MARGARITA
St- Margaret Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M. A. Cookaon
Sunday School 8 a.m Evening Prayei
7:00 pro.
PALO SECO
Choren ol The Itely Ceatlertet
The Van. A. F. Nightengale.
Every Mondap S:S0 a-m- Holy Cotn-
"n100' ___ -. v
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Oaborne
g:00 am. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
8:30 am. Sunday School
8:30 pjn. Evening Praver: ind and 4th
Sundays.
Monday: 7:00 p.m. Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 4:30 D.m. Glrle' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. Oaborne 4 Rev. C.A, Crafwell
11,-00 a.m. Holy Communion and Ser
tnon let. and 3rd. Sunday.
11:00 a-m. Morning Prayei and add-
rata: 2nd and tth. Sunday
3:00 p.m Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and addre
Sad. and 4th Sundaya
PANAMA CITT
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A. P. Nightengale. ID M.B.E.
and The Rev. R1U Reginald Atwel)
Venerable Archdeacon
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion 8 00 a.m
TWO p.m. EVenaone and Sermon.
CHRIST CHURCB BY-THE-SEA
Coln. R. dt P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. Malnert J Peterson
STB Rector
SUNDAYS.
4 a.m Holy Communion.
8 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a.m. Church School.
7 JO p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
4 BJn. Holy Communion.
7:10 pjn. Evenaong and Sermon.
JO p.m. Adult Confirmation Claa.
THURSDAYS:
5 pjn. Prayer Guild
ITUDATS:
4 p.m. Children's Eucharist
7 30 om. Choir Practice
SATURDAYS
IS am Children's Confirmation Clac
7 J4 D.m Compline end Meditation
GATUN
aCeacee't Churcb
tun, C.Z.
BeV. -Solomon N. Jacob
III lll-.l MMl II HIERAN t I" "I II
"The Church of Ihc Lutheran Hour"
II. T Bernthal. Pa'lor
130 Balboa Road, Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Claa 8 am.
Worship service 10:18 a in.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Tbee Good." A
friendly welcome await all visitors Pot-
luck supper econd Sundav each month
1:30 p.m., game night, fourth Sunday
7:30 p.m. The Service Center, open Wed-
neaday through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcnme to all militar nersonnel
Methodist
rat METHODIST. CHURCB
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. o. rierbert Moon
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melendet Avenue.
Coln. R.P.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sundajl Services at 8:30 a.m. and 7:18
p.m.: Sunday School for all egea at 3
p.m.
Monday 7:30 D.m.. Weekly Prayei
Meeting.
EBENEZER METHODIST CHURCB
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 8:13 p.m
Sunday School for all ages at 8:30 p.m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting,
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
Building 305. Bruja Road
Rev. Paul C. Bell. Pautar
services Every Sunday
Sunday School ............. 1)45 am
Preaching Services ........ 10:45 am
Training Union ............. 4:00 pm
Preaching Service ......... 7:00 p.m
Brotherhood 7:00 pjn. every Monday
Midweek Prayer Service .. 7:00 every
vfondav evening.
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle 13 de febrero
Service at 11 a.m. and 7 JO p.m. (Maj-
or Wilson): Sunday School at 1 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 a.m. and 7 JO
o.m. Sunday School at 3:30 p.m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO p.m. Sunday
School at 3:00 pjn.
Colon, 14th Street
Service! at........11 a.m at 7:30 pm
Sunday School at'...........1:00 p.m
Colon. 3rd Street
Service at...... 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m
Silver City
Service at ................. 7J0 pjn
Sunday School at...........1J0 p.m
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panam City, No 1 J. A
Maynard; Panam City fio. 1 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Service onlyl;
Adolphus Lawes, Chorrillo, P. A. Henry:
Rio Abalo, C. D. Abraham; Gamboa, A.
A. Brlzzie. and Spaniel City Church. I-
duardo Rulldba
Atlantic Side
Coln rhird Street. Joseph Bryan; Cris-
tobal English New Churcb. E. A. Cruck-
.lunk. Cristobal Spanlah Church. B. J
Maxon, I No Sunday night service at
orasen 1.1
Sabbath achool each church Saturday
i 30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches exoapl
otherwise indicated.
Union Churches
Where all Protettanta cooperate with
unity In essentials, liberty In non-
essential and charity In all thing
nit ATLANTIC 8ID1
Cristobal
The Rev Phillip Havener, Pastor
Phone 3-1443.
10:48 Worship service and Cburcb-tlmi
nursery
4:00 Young People' Meeting.
Gttun
The Rev. J. William L. Graham. Pastor
Phone 5-3SS.
8:00 8:30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
ind HON.
8 45 Sunday School.
11:00 Worship Service.
8:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell. Pastor.
Phone 3-1488.
8 -90 Bible School.
10:43 Worship service and Church-time
nursery.
8:30 Youth Fellowship.
t-'IRSI BAPTIST CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C.S6.
427 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
"Your Church away from home
with a welcome lull a frleu4ly"
_ William H. Beeby Paitar
Sunday School ............. i so ai
Morning Worship ..
Baptist Training Union .,
Evangelistic Service ..,.,,
W.M.S. Bible Study
(Every Wednesday* ......
Men'a Brotherhood
(Last Monday in month)
10:43 a-m.
4:30 pjn.
7J0 D.m
i JO pun
7J0 pjn
ATLANTIC BAPTIST CHURCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
Criatobal. C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jone, Pattor
"lour Invitation Te Worship"
Bible School ............... 8:45 am
JJorahlp................... 11:00 a.m.
Tralning Union............ 8:30 p.m
Worship ................... jo pm.
Prayer Meeting (Thura.) ... 7:30 pjn.
Catholic
(Listed below are the Catholic Church
in tile Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cilia of Panama ana Colon whose
congregation are primarily KngiUh-
ipeaKUig Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Im-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num.
eroua parish churches In Doia clue, wel-
come English speaking visitor, though
their congregations are unmanly Spau-
mh-apeaking.)
ST. MART'S
Balboa
Sunday Masses: a:, 8:00, 10:00. 11:00,
12:00 a.m.
Benediction: 5:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: aJ5. 8:00, 11:18, 11:35
ajn.
Coniesalom: Saturday3:30. 5:00 p.m.
7:00. 8:00 p.m. Thursday for t/li
Friday7.00. 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal NovenaMonday
7:00 pm. ^
Rotary every evening at 7:00.
SACBED HEART
Ancon
Sunday Maxes: 5:55. 7:30, 3:30 a.m.
Holy Day: 3:55. 7:38 am.
Confession: Saturday3:30. 5:00 pm.
7:00. 8:00 p.m. Thurday lor Flrl
Friday7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart DevotionsFriday at 7:00
p.m.
T VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
or' .1'v "wmond Lewi. CM.
Sunday Masses ... 3:45 and 8:00 am
Weekday Mate ............ t on ,
Sun?) D"Ui"r '*> : HL"
Sunday School ........... n:00 am
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:00 p.m.
Baptism, Sunday ........... 4 :U0 p in
, .onj?**'on ^'"day 3 JO to 8:00: 7:00
lo o.o p.m.
OUB LADY Or UUOD COUNSEL
Gamboa, CZ.
Pastor, Rev Charles Jacoba, CJS
wU"?y Mi**" ",7:00 ,nd *> '"
a m Maaaea, Wedneaday. ate. 4:00
Holy Day Masse ... 8:43 JO tun
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tuesday 7:40 pjn.
'MM H'"1 Um,D' "Tie* rrloayi
Confessions Saturday ...... 4:00 pm
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gjtun (near Lock)
Pattor. Rev. John Tumtlty, Cat
Sunday Maaa 4:45 ajn.
.iW/'kd"y ****** Tuesday and Friday
8 00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas. 4:00 am
^Mlraculout^Medal Novena .arvlc FW-
Cnnfesalons Saturday 7 to 8 Dm
Christian Scientist
n?lil!?rrlAN K1EN CHURCHES
riral Church of Chrltt, Sclentlat Ancon
540 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday 11:00; Wedneaday 8:00 p.m
Sunday School 8:30 am
Pint Church ai Christ, Sciential, Crieteoel
11th Street At Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:30 ojn
Sunday School 8 JO ajn.
Chrtatlan Science Society. Gamboa
Civic Canter Building
Sunday USN a.m. First e> Third Wed-
nesday 7 JO p.m.
Sundav School 10:13
?Tit
at
Sunda
Holy
iy Ma
Day;
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoll
8:30 a m.
4:08 am.
14:1
Sunday:
Church School.
Morning Prayer.
Holy Eucharist and Sermor
Tueaday:
7 JO ajn. Holy Communion i Alio Hol>
Day* and Saint Day i
Wednesdays:
I JO pjn. Svening Prayer
8JO pa. St Vincent Guild
Thursday:'
1J0 OJB- Choir Rehearsal
Church at St. Mary The Virgin
BeV- Solomon N Jacob
Sundays:
1:44 am. aSorrung Prayer.
JO a.m. Holy Eucharist and Sermon
8JS pju. Oiurch School
;40 pm. Evening Song. Thursday
JO a.m. Hely Communion I Also Hnl\
Pay* and Saint Days.i
TJO pm. Evening Prayet Frtdaya
4:004:40 p.m Prayer Guild
7:34 pm Choir Rehearsal
JO p-m St Vincent Guild
i|4oi> Communion at 10:45 a m on tht
I DkJB Solemn Evensong
BIO ABAJO
ft. CtH-auepher .
The Bev Antonio Ochoa
7 JS a-m Choral Eucharln
10 JO a-m Church School
K0 p.m Solemn Evensong
ursdav* and H'.lv Day HC 7 01
aam-
Wedneeoav and Holy Dav 8:30 am
Holy Communion
Pirn kmrtav nl verv month >
THE PACIFIC SIDI
Balboa
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pattor
Phone 1-1484. Ofc. Phone 1-3138
8 an Church School. Free bus service.
10:30 Worship service and Church-time
nurtary
10:30 YouUl CotigTCgatlon
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi Fellowship
4:00 Pott HI Fellowship
/ 7:30 Service "Centered On Song.'
Cocoll
Bruja Koad and St fhoma Ave.
8:00 ajn. Sunday School Free bus. In
Rousseau and Cocoll
i.a in boa
All services in Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray. Mtnlttcr
Phone 4-130.
8:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Worship service
Pedro Miguel
8:30 Church School.
13:43 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
Jewish
Jewish Welfare ttoaro. Hide /81-X. La
Boca Road. Balboa C Z Kabhi Nathar
Wltktn director
Service on Friday. )3b pm.
Ser aleo listings ot Jews* senvire-
ndrt Pnat Base and St Ion. .
nlda
fipgujregation Hoi Shearith Israel Ave
Cuba and 34th Street. Bella Vista
__i City Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
gjrvlcssi on Prldav. torn
111
UNITARIAN
SOCIET*
. lOJUa m
JWB Alineo
force Servic
.entei Liorars
Balboa. C.Z
c*our tnvitalior
to liberal
religion
Baptist
NATION AC BAt-llVl CHlRllibS
Panama Baptist. Prayei Mealing 6:3t
i in Divine Service, 8 JO a ni Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m and Serving ol The Lord .*
supper ai uolh Service Sundav Schnn
i-i cm
tsoya ttapim. Im Boca. C C. Divmt
service II .00 am and 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Service Sun
lay School at .1:00 pjn.
New Hope. Chlva-Chlva. C *.. DlvUie
iervice II 00 a.m Sundav School ai
148 an
Bev. B N. Brawn, Minister .
Gamboa, CZ Divtne Service at ll.ot
m and 7 .TO n m with Sundav School
it 3.on nm
Bev. A. W. Creek, MlneUer
Rir Ad*)o,
J 00 p.m.
R.P Sunday acnooi >
CURU.NDU CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Maaa: 3:30 ajn.
Holy Day: 5:43 am.
Confeaaions: 3:30, 5:00 p.m. Saturday.
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Maaa: 8:30 ajn.
Holy Dayt: 4:30 a.m.
Confeaaions: Saturday7:15. 7:45 p.m.
Rotary: Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 pm.
Catechism Classes: Sunday10:S0, 11 JO
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH'S
Paraso
Sunday Mm: 7:00 a in.
Holy Day: 5:48 am.
Confessions: Saturday3:S0. 4:00 pm.
Rotary: Tueaday7:00 p.m.
Catechism Clanes: Sunday10:10, 11:30
a.m.
Zt. VINCENT'S
Panam
Sunday Mattel: 4:00. 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 4:08, 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:00, 3:00, 7:00,
8:00 p in
Before Holy Days: 7:00, 8:00.
Rosary every evening: 7:00 p.m.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAU.E
Rio Abajo
Sunday Masse: 4:30, 8:30 a.m.
Benediction: 4:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45'a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:30, 4 JO p.m.
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena.
Mil unions Medal NovenaFriday 7:00
p m.
Rosary: Monday and Wedneaday7:00
p.m.
ST. THERESE'S
Sunday Masa: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Max:
4:45 a.m.
Sacred Heart Devotion: Friday 7:00
fi.m.
eaaloni: Saturday3:30, 5:00. 7:00,
8:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening except Tueaday al
7:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Criatobal. 4th and O St
Pastor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CJ4.
Sunday Masse: 7. 8 and 10:30 ajn
Weekday Man: 8 JO a.m.
Sunday School after the 8 o'clock Maw
Miraculous Medal Novena service*
Holiday Mames: 4 and 8 a.m.
Confession*. Rotary, nightly 7:00 Dm
Monday 5 and 7 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway, Gatun
Paitor Rev. John Tumelty CM.
Miraculous Medal Novena service.
First Friday Confession. Cornmunlor
Sunday Mas 8:00 am.
Weekday Mamas. Thursday and Satur
lay 7:00 am.
Holiday Maaa 1:011 a.m
Monday 7:00 p.m.
Sunday Maaa 7:00 ajn.
Confessions Saturday 3 JO to 1 JO o.m
COCO SLITO PLAY SHED
Pastor. Rev Wm. J Finn. CM.
Sunday Mata ............... /:45am
Holy Day Mam ............. Sunday School ............. 8:41 a.m
Service* Thursday night ... 7:45 Dm
Ovnfeswlnn before Mas
CHURCB O* im HOLT FAMIL1
Margarita. C.Z.
Rev William J. Finn. C.M-
Man ............................. 0:13
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon. 10th and Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Rayaaon Mchate. CM
Assistant. Rev George Browne. CM
Sunday Masas ..... 3:48 0.00 em
Weekly Matte* ...... 5:45 4:30 a m
First Frld-y Maasee .. 8:48 4V OJO a m
Baptism Sunday ........... 4*00 Dm
Miraculous Medal Novena aervlce ever.
Wedneaday at 4 13 and 7:00 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Friday
1:15 pm.
Confession Saturday a la' at 7 to t
i.m
Sunday acnooi, .t pat. ..
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
_____ I'rutesiaiii
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .............,-,..
Morning Worship...............
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School. Bid. 194
Moraine, Warthip...............
PORT KOBBK
Sunday School.................
Mornlna Worship...............
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ...................
Morning Worship...............
Youth Group ............,......
Servicemen's Hour.............
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship...............
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship .................
3:15
18:80
3:00
10:15
10 JO
11:00
0:45
10:45
4:00
7:00
10:45
8:15
ALLEY OOP
Horrible Faith
BI V. T. HAM1.IN
TH" WAY IT'S
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GET'S TH*
BUSINESS
IF HE KEEPS V MORE
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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
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BY EDGAR MARTIN
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Matt...............
Sunday Man ............
12T11 STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Maaa .............
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Maaa .............,
FORT KOBBE
Dally Matt .....................
Sunday Masses.......... 8:00 A
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mate ......,............
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Mas ................,,, gJO
ALBRUOK. AIR FORCE BASE
4:30
8:45
7:30
8 84
7:48
10J8
7J0
8:00
7:4
U.
ncli
Sunday Manea.......... 7:45 A
Jewish
ALBROOK AIH FORCE BASE
Saturday.......................
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ......................
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ...... ................
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday .........................
1:00
4:00
7:00
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CAPTAIN EASY
ATLANTIC SIDE
Preteatant
FORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service...... 8:40
FORT GULICK
Sunday School .................. 8:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sundty School.............., 8:30
Protettant Worship Service.....11:13
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Maaa ........,.......... 10:00
TORT GULICK
Sunday Maaa ...........,....... 8:00
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mat* .................... 8:00
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
Jtwlah
7:00
Other Churches
And Services
SAHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building, 34th Street
Panamt Monday: Lecture and Dl-
cus-slon 8:00 D-ru.
Churcb ef Jean* Christ ef Laller Day
Saints (Mormon) Balnea. C.Z.
Sunday School 10 00 .m
Service 10:30 a.m
At JWB Armed Forcea Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OP CHRIST
0031 Balboa Road, Balboa
W. Harland DUbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3802
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Clase* lor all ages___ 10JO am
Preaching and Communion ... 10:43 am
Preaching and Communion .... 7:00 nm
MIDWEEK SERVICES
Bible Study...... Wedneaday 7JO pm
Ladle*' Bible Class Thursday 1:48 o.m
CHURCH OF CHRISTOI4 Cristobal
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hall
In front of the Clubhouae.
Morning Worship 111-45 am
Visitors welcome.
Ladles Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatun 414 or Ft Oullck 308
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blalr
Sunday School ................. 0:48
Morning Worship................ 1104
Young People's Service......... 8:48
Evening Worship ............... 7:00
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wedneaday at
7JO Dm. and Saturday 3JO a.m.
' oi.n CATHOUL CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St. Wear No 1
Holy Cuchtrlat: Sunday at (JO a.m.
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Thursday
30 am
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Ser-
vic* 1 First Sundav of each month at
7 JO o.m
Meant Hallbeth canalla* Charra
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. D D Bishop
offlclantlng.
Morning Worship at ....... 4:04 1 m
Holy Communion at........ 4:30 am
Fellowship Worship ag...... II JO am
Bible Reading at .......... 3J0 p.m.
Oivlne Service at ......... 7J0 pm
Sermon at ,.../............ 8.110 om
Holv Communion at ...... 8*00 o m
Balboa-amador Read USO Clab
Nen-Deaeattnattati
Veepse Service at 4 J3 d.bl Sundaya.
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ARO VIGSIMO SEXTO
PANAMA. R. P., SBADO. JULIO 14. 1951 -
Reanudadas las negociaciones de paz
i
Devastadoras inundaciones
en Kansas City provocan 23
muertos y enormes prdidas
En medio de tanta agua los bomberos han tenido
que luchar contra los incendios que estallaron
en las refineras de petrleo
KANSAS CITY. Julio 14 (UP)
El Gobierno Municipal oras-
ii el traslado Inmediato de los
habitantes de la mitad septen-
trional de Kansas City al ur-
gir la amenaza de que los di-
ques no sern suicientes para
contener las aguas desbordadas
el ro Kansas.
Ya tres importantes sectores
de la ciudad han sido inunda-
dos causando la muerte por lo
menos de 23 personas, y pidl-
aas que pueden pasar de mil
millones de dlares-
La decisin de trasladar Us
habitantes de la parte septen-
trional de a ciudad se anunci
despus de advertir la oficina
metercolglca que las aguas
continuaban subiendo y posible-
mente rebasarn los diques q ie
dan cierta proteccin.
El Gobierno Municipal tam-
bin ha declarado un estado de
emergencia.
Paradjicamente, en medio de
tanta agua, los bomberos han
tenido que luchar contra incen-
dios que comenzaron a estalltr
en los tanques de petrleo de
las refineras de la Socony va-
cuum Oil Co.
Se proyecta agrupar bajo las
Unidades Sanitarias todo el
personal destinado al campo
Es el primer intento por llevar a la prctica las
disposiciones del Cdigo Sanitario
En ti proyecto de Presupuesto
presentado por Previsin Social,
se ha reestructurado todo el per-
sonal del Departamento de Sa-
lud Pblica y una de sus ms
importantes innovaciones es el
que todo el personal de inspec-
tores sanitarios, enfermeras, m-
dicos, dentistas, te-, han sido
agrupados bajo les 8*rviclos de
Unidades Sanitarias.
8e pretende con este paso de
centralizar toda* las actividades
de campo bajo la direccin me-
dlco-sanltaria, a fin de darte a
las comunidades un servicio in-
tegral.
Actualmente los inspectores
estn aislados y dependen direc-
tamente de una oficina central.
En el nuevo proyecto esta oficina
retiene su autoridad tcnica, pe-
ro los inspectores estn respon-
sabilizados ante el mdico de su
sona. que no podr intervenir en
su forma de trabajo, pero que
ahora estar perfectamente en-
terado de lo que ocurre en su Ju-
risdiccin y podrn en esta for-
ma coordinar'todos los trabajos
de mejoramiento sanitario co-
munal.
Este cambio es el primer In-
tento de llevar a la prctica el
Cdigo Sanitario que ordena que
las Unidades Sanitarias acten
como Departamentos de Salud
Pblica locales.
Los otros servicios especiales
se denominarn Campaas Na-
cionales Especiales como ordena
el Cdigo y comprender la Lu-
cha Antituberculosa, Antimal-
rica y la Ingeniera Sanitaria.
Adems habr la Divisin de Sa-
nidad con la Seccin Tcnica.
una Seccin de Epidemiologa y
Educacin Sanitaria que com-
prender una 8ub-Seccln de In-
formes. Estadstica y Educacin
Sanitaria*, una Sub-Seccln de
Laboratorio Central y una Sub-
Seccln de Servicios Antlven-
reos.
Se espera rendirle mejor ser-
vicio al pas en esta forma
No har por ahora
declaraciones don
Alberto Gainza Paz
MONTEVIDEO, Julio 14 (UP)
El doctor Alberto Gainza Paz
rehus hacer comentarlos acerca
de la toma de posesin de los
Llenes del diarlo "La Prenso"
de Buenos Aires.
Manifest, sin embargo, que
etpera dar una declaracin
cuando haya recibido ms in-
formaciones respecto al acto
realizado ayer en Buenos Airas.
Seal, finalmente, que por el
momento la opinin pblica
puede tener un idea de lo que
piensan los propietarios de "La
Prensa" sobre su expropiacin.
a travs de las manifestaciones
formuladas por los abogados de
ste diarlo.
Hasta el momento, los diarlos
uruguayos no han hecho co-
mentarlos acerca de la sun.a
que el Gobierno de Argentina a-
sign para la incautacin de los
bienes de "La Prensa". ,
No est "muy satisfecho" el
Gobierno Britnico con el
envo de Harriman a Tehern
Aprecian los motivos que impulsaron al Presidente
Truman pero quieren que el Gobierno de Irn
acepte la decisin de La Haya
No hay censura en
Guatemala a pesar
de graves sucesos
GUATEMALA, Julio 14 (CP)
El Gobierno del Presidente
Jacobo Arbenz prohibi dos ma-
nifestaciones anticomunistas que
estaban preparadas para ma-
ana en las ciudades de Anti-
gua y Zacapa por temor a que
se provoquen nuevos desrdenes.
En los sucesos del jueves re-
sultaron entre tres y siete per-
sonas muertas y ms de 20 he-
ridas durante los desrdenes -
currldos en las calles, los cuales
fueron provocados por la desti-
tucin del personal religio/o del
hespido local.
La situacin se ha calmad*
despus que el Gobierno anun-
ci un estado de sitio de 30 das
con la "suspensin de las ga-
rantas constitucionales".
Sin embargo, el Gobierno no
ba tomado medidas para Im-
poner la censura de prensa, el
toque de queda u otras medidas
extremas posibles bajo tal sus-
pensin de garantas- La niea
medida tomada de acuerdo con
el estado de sitio ha sido la pro-
hibicin de las manifestaciones
en Antigua y Zacapa. ..
Has de 30 millones
ahorr el Senado a
empleados zonelas
WASHINGTON, Julio 14 (UP)
Los expertos del Tesoro cal-
cularon que la aprobacin de !a
ley que eximir a los emplea-
dos de la Zona del Canal del
pago retroactivo de los impues-
tos sobre La renta le costar al
Gobierno de Estados Unidos en-
tre 31 a 34 millones de dolaras/
o en otras palabras, la aproba-
cin de la ley le ahorrar a los
empleados de la Zona dWMJu-
nal esa suma de dinero.
Walter Wagner, representan-
te de los trabajadores de lsfjw-
na del Canal en sus demandas
para la aprobacin de la ley di-
Jo que se encontraba muy com-
placido por la aprobacin de s-
ta en el Senado.
Wagner estuvo trabajando
con los legisladores en ambas
Cmaras durante meses per-
suadindolos que aprobaran la
ley. Wagner dijo que regresar
a la Zona del Canal dentro de
uno o dos das si consigue pa-
saje en avin.
Si el soldado falta
en Bulgaria pagar
la culpa la familia
LONDRES, Julio 14 (UPl -EI
peridico "Borba" de Belgrado
dijo que el Cdigo Criminal del
Ejrcito de Bulgaria ha sido re-
visado de manera que las fami-
lias de los soldados son respon-
sables por las ofensas cometi-
das por los soldados.
El peridico dice que la orden
icida recientemente en todas las
unidades del Ejrcito de Burea-
ra decia que si un soldado se
escapa a Yugoeslavla se toma-
ran represalias contra su fa-
milia.
rJLa cJLberlad!
Como sentido homenaje de admiracin a las glorias
eternas de la Francia inmortal, cuya fecha clsica celebran
hoy los pases democrticos, publicamos la simblica re-
presentacin de la patria, en la .airada figura de la mujer
tocada con el gorra- frigio de la revolucin sangrienta, que
conquist para el mundo, los principios fundamentales que
informan la libertad, la igualdad y la fraternidad.
En esta fecha hacemos votos por la felicidad del pue-
blo francs, muy especialmente de su Presidente Su Excelen-
cia, M. Vincent Auriol, del Ministro de Francia en Panam,.
Su Excelencia M. Guy Mennat, y de todos los miembros de
la colonia francesa en nuestra Repblica._____________
Los Comisariatos
de la Zona hacen
ventas con dinero
El Director de Servicios y A-
basteciratentos de la Zona del
Canal, L. B. Moore, anunci que
ya ha sido aprobado el plan
Sara las ventas en efectivo en
W comisariatos del "rol de
oro" de la Zona del Canal.
Segn el plan, las ventas en
los comisariatos de la Zona del
Canal se harn por medio del
Sgo en efectivo por los ar-
ulos que all se venden y no
con cupones como se haba ve-
nido haciendo. La reconversion
se har poco a poco a medi-
da que vaya llegando el equi-
po y se entrene el personal.
Los ltimos comisariatos en a-
doptar el plan sern los de
Balboa y Cristbal por ser los
ms grandes.
Hasta el presente no se tiene
planeado aplicar este alaterna a
los comisariatos del "rol de
plata" y esto aera considerado
aolamente despus que el plan
haya sido probado en los co-
misariatos del "rol do oro".
El plan de ventas en electi-
vo ha sido probado en el Co-
misariato de Ancn durante los
ltimos cuatro meses y ha sido
instituido en el Comisariato de
Curund esta semaha.
LONDRES. Julio 14 (UP)
Fl Gobierno britnico indic
que no est muy satisfecho por
la decisin del Presidente Tiu-
man de enviar su representante
personal W. Averell Harriman
a Tehern para tratar de resol-
ver la disputa petrolera Ansio
Irania y que no lo aceptar to-
mo "mediador".
El Ministro de Relaciones ex-
teriores dio a la publicidad vi-
na declaracin que en realidad
venia a decir so. El Gobierno
Laboristas expres la opinin de
que el prximo paso en esta dis
puta corresponda a Irn y q-.e
se paso deba ser la aceptacin
del "mandamiento" del Tribunal
Internacional de Justicia.
En una entrevista colectiva c<-
prensa un portavoz de la Can-
cillera britnica ley una de-
claracin que decia:
"Apreciamos los motivos que
impulsaron al Presidente Tru-
man a proponer que el seor
Harriman fuera a Tehern pa-
ra discutir la disputa petrolera
con el Primer Ministro Mossa-
degh y le deseamos el majer
xito.
Nosotros hemos expuestos ca-
ramente nuestra actitud y cree-
mos que nuestras propuestas .-.on
razonables. Tambin creemos
que la primera medida debe ser
que el Gobierno Iranio aceite
U decisin del Tribunal Int. r-
r.ricional de Justicia de La
Haya".
Un periodista pregunt al
portavoz del Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores sobre la ae-
claracln de Truman de que
Harriman realizarla negociacio-
nes con ambas partes lo que
se ha interpretado como seal
de que actuar comb una espe-
cie de mediador.
El portavoa contest: "No* a-
3rada ver al seor Harriman n
Tehern y estamos seguroj de
que se mantendr en estrecho
contacto con nuestra Embaja-
aor Sir Francis Shepherd, peco
hasta ahora no hay seales de
que habr negociaciones con
Harriman en Tehern".
Los conservadores britnicos
se aprovecharon rpidamente de
la difcil situacin en que se en-
cuentra el Gobierno Laborisn
a causa de la "misin Harri-
man"-
l diario conservador "Daily
Mail", coment en un editorial
en primera pgina: "Otro ul-
plomtlco norteamericano. W
Averell Harriman va a lntene-
nlr. en la disputa petrolera ptr-
(Pasa a la pagina columna *i
El Consejo de Economa Nal.
reforma substancialmente el
decreto sobre Costo de Vida
El Decreto-Ley que crea co-
mo una dependencia del Minis-
terio de Agricultura, Comercio
e industrias la Direccin de
Precios y Abastos, ha sido sub-
tanclalmente reformado por el
Consejo de Economa Nacional,
de acuerdo con el informe sobre
su estudio presentado a la Co-
misin Legislativa Permanente.
Dicho Decreto-Ley ya haba
sufrido modificaciones introdu-
cidas por la subcomisin de la
Legislativa al aprobarse el De-
creto en Primer Debate y se
estima que la Comisin mis-
ma modificar an ms la re-
glamentacin preparada por el
rgano Ejecutivo para abara-
tar el costo de la vida median-
te la creacin de organismos
de los servicios pblicos y los
especiales que regulen las tari-
fas precios de los artculos de
primera necesidad.
Este Decreto Ley cursa ahora
su Segundo Debate en el seno
de la Legislativa, habindose
iniciado ayer la discusin de
los primeros artculos, con base
a las reformas introducidas por
la Sub-Comlsin de la Legisla-
tiva, con las Indicaciones del
Consejo de Economa Nacional
y con las modificaciones que se
les hagan en el segundo deba-
te.
8obre ti delicado problema
del alto costo de la vida, el Mi-
nistro de Agricultura, Comercio
e Industrias, Ingeniero Don
David Samudlo. habla informa-
do a este diario que el Go-
bierno Nacional se encuentra
impedido de tomar accin, pues
no existe ningn Instrumento
legal que le permita intervenir
eficazmente. Esto Indica que
mientras no se apruebe el men-
cionado Decreto-Ley el Gobier-
no Nacional no atacar el pro-
blema.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYERMAS DE
22,300
Panam regular su
marina mercante de
acuerdo con la ONU
Un portavoz del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores Informo
hoy que la Repblica de Pana-
m est tomando las medidas
necesarias para reglamentar
nuestra marina mercante da -
cuerdo con la nutica aproba-
da recientemente por las Na-
ciones Unidas a fin de evitar
que los barcos bajo bandera pa-
namea trafiquen con la China
Roja y Corea del Norte.
La operacin de los barcos
mercantes est afectada por un
nmero de leyes y reglamentos
existentes, los que debern ser
tomados en considerados al
preparar los controles.
Traido en avien
un herido grave
desde Santiago
Un empleado panameo de la
Oficina Geodtlca Inter-Amtil-
cana ser evacuado hoy despus
de haber sufrido quemadura* de
gravedad con gasolina en San-
tiago.
Un helicptero del Primer lf-
cuadrn de Res'cate de la Zona
cel Canal sali hoy al .medioda
para recoger al herido, mlentias
t,ue un avin SB-17 lo acompa-
uba hasta unas 25 millas de
San'- !"* er. donde ser trasla-
da. ) jridT dei helicptero al
avli- r- 17.
A."-,-" se anticipaba que el
lien- .i ai ser malo, el vale
debt .i' 'tora y treinta
minuto, -a el lugar del ac-
cidente.
Los comunistas aceptan las
condiciones pedidas por los
Parlamentarios de los aliados
Se permitir la participacin en la conferencia de
una delegacin de representantes de la prensa
BASE DE AVANZADA, Coreo, Julio 14 (UP) Lot
Comunistas anunciaron la aceptacin de las condiciones
de las Naciones Unidas para la reanudacin de las con-
versaciones para un cese de fuego en Corea.
La transmisin fue hecha por la Radio de Pyongyang
y deca que la declaracin fue firmada por el Premier Nor-
Coreano Kim II Sung y el Comandante Chino Peng Teh
Huai, accediendo a la neutralizacin de Kaesong y a la
entrada de 20 corresponsales aliados en la ciudad.
El anuncio fu hecho 32, bo-
ras despus que el General Ma-
tthew B. RIdgway present su
ultimtum a los rojos y 60 bo-
ras despus qne las conversa-
ciones de armisticio fueron sus-
pendidas por la negativa comu-
nista d permitir la entrada de
periodistas aliados a Kaesong.
El General Ridgway haba
puesto como condiciones para
la reanudacin de las conver-
saciones, y a fin de que se ga-
rantizara el libre paso de las
delegaciones aliadas que se es-
tableciera un circulo de cinco
millas alrededor de Kaesong
completamente desmilitarizado y
que se retiraran las tropas co-
munistas de Kaesong.
Ridgway tambin exigi que
se limitara a 150 el nmero de
personas en eada delegacin
con completa libertad para es-
coger a los miembros de las de-
legaciones, {incluso a los perio
distas; que ambos bandos se re-
frenarn de cometer actos hos-
tiles dentr de la sons neutral
y qne slo las personas asen-
tadas acuerdos, asaiuos fue-
. psfcalHdas^e* H sala de
conferencias.
He aqui el texto de la decla-
racin que fu traducida del
coreano al Japons y luego al
ingls:
"General Rldg-way. Hemos re-
cibido su mensaje del IS. Acce-
demos a su propuesta de que
Kaesong sea hecha una zona
neutral y deseamos corregir al-
gunos malos entendimientos.
"Accedemos a que las nego-
ciaciones de paz sean reanuda-
'Pondremos tas bases de la reforma integral7
Alcibades Aros-mena
das. Proponemos que el proble-
ma del establecimiento de una
at enca de enlace y el nombra-
miento de oficiales de enlaca
de ambos bandos se le deje a
los representantes y se solucio-
ne en la primera conferencia.
"No creemos que el problema
de los corresponsales de peri-
dicos, el cual Interfiere con el
progreso de las conferencias y
el establecimiento de ana zona
neutral estn relacionados.
"Los delegados del g de Julia
no tenian autoridad para dis-
cutir el establecimiento de uaa
sona neutral- El problema de loo
corresponsales es un problc.ua
pequeo y no debe ser caasa
para entorpecer las conferencias.
"Reconocemos que es impro*
pi que se permita la entrada
de corresponsales de varios pa-
ses al sitio de la conferencia
antes de que est terminada Ja
agenda.
'Apoyaremos el principio de quo
todo deber ser acordado con
base en discusiones mutuas.
Creemos que el reportaje pe-
riodstico de su solo bando es
impropio antes ds qua so !!*
a la' etapa misma r. la confe-
rencia, pero accedemos s u*
se agreguen JO corraspvnsalss
de peridicos a su delegacin y
que participen en las confe-
rencia. ,
"A fin de facilitar todo sto ya
hemos expedido las rdenes per
tinentes.
"Firmado Kim II Sung, Ce-
mandante Supremo de las Tuer-
zas Populares Coreanas; Peng
Teh Hual, Comandante en Jefe
de los Voluntarios Chines".
Tisilogos Norteamericanos
discuten aqui el gravsimo
problema de la tuberculosis
Hoy se supo que en la discu-
sin de los tcnicos de tubercu-
losis de la Asociacin Nacio-
nal de Tuberculosis de loi Es-
tados Unidos en que se encon-
traban el Dr. Long, el Dr. Hop-
kins. Feldmann, Mantz, y por
Panam los doctores Mastella-
rl, Sosa, Calvo, los tcnicos nor-
teamericano reconocieron que
el coeficiente de 224 defuncio-
nes por cada cien nil habitan-
tes para la Ciudad de Pana-
m es considerado como ver-
dadera nfnte grave
Los datos de la Seccin de
Bioestadisticas fueron exami-
nados prontamente y el doctor
Long manifest que la distri-
bucin por grupos de edad re-
vela una correspondencia ob-
servada en tuberculosis con los
coeficientes existentes para la
ciudad de Panam, pues en los
aos anteriores la capital ha
estado arrojando tasas arriba
de 200 por cien mil habitantes,
mientras Coln, una ciudad ms
moderna y pequea arrojaba a-
rrlba de 100 por cien mil hab
Untes, lo que revela la grave-
dad del problema.
El estudio por manzana qua
ha realizado la Seccin de Bio-
estadstlca. en el cual se indi-
ca la estrecha relacin de ca-
sos de tuberculosis informados
por mdicos de 1943 a 1940 con
el tipo de vivienda, en cual las
casas lnsanltarlas y ms so-
brepobladas parecen tener ms
(Pasa a la Pac. 6. col. 7)
fTnmafln rip "Rohpmia"^ cuales cerca de noventa millones
^lOmdUU ae ounem ; procedan directa o indirecta-
De la ltima entrega de la re-
vista cubana "Bohemia", repro-
mente de la Zona del Canal. Al
cesar las hostilidades. Estado.
manda el sostenimiento de los
servicios del Estado".
. MOVIMIENTO POPULAR
vista cubana "Bohemia", repro- r^r; ---. -->
duclmos una entrevista que con Unidos interrumpi su programa __Sobre el fondo de esta crisis
econmica se ban sucedido los
hechos mas.dramtico* de nues-
tra historia' poltica. Las eleccio-
nes de 1948 dieron el triunfo a
la parcialidad poltica que acau-
dillaba
las combinacin.,
con las cuales se trat
i. '.. ese movimiento y produjo
la cada del Presic' i-Arlar MI
ascensin a la !*<'' r* lfci
tritura tiene como < ..ndsnt'ca
poltico la voluntau paular y
como legitimo titulo ,l'h'.-o la
resolucin de la Asa.nl : 4 No-
cional que, a base del articulo
119 y del 148 de la Constitucin,
depuso al doctor Arias y le abri
Sa causa por extrallmltacln de
nelones constitucionales. Esa
terminacin de la segunda fue- 1 tiempo los actividades de cons- 1 24 de noviembre de 1949. cuando Vision rte la Asamblea fue re-
rra mundial. Para comprender truccion de casas. Unas cuantas se mw. de ta presidencia de eoJnoc"i m Jurdicamente
nuestras dificultades, hay que industria, nuevas surgieron so- ]a pblica el doctor Arlas. Ra- **"?, "' '* Cr^.,M*?,muin
bre 1. misma base f.n.ncera. ^compTeni,b.es me vedan ^^ ^%fc~S?S
sesurjsfinf trfc: 0 -
como Ministro de Estado. Slo ST^.T^Ji"0.-^.^"^!
carcter exclusivo fue concedida
al conocido periodista colom-
biano Jess Gonzlez Scarpetta.
que bajo el titulo "Pantalla A-
mericana" sirve una columna en
esa publicacin cubana:
de construccin y redujo las
guarniciones de la Zona. Miles
y miles de trabajadores queda-
ron cesantes! La economa pa-
namea se detuvo en su marcha
1 ascendente, para entrar luego en
ftfttfcl Rusia trata de pescar en el
revuelto ro petrolero del
Irn, dice Dpto. de Estado
"La situacin _
nam ha desmejorad
cubana: ascendente, para entrar luego en imbt e, doctor AriIO ArlM:
i un perodo de receso. Las ganan- tA Partido Revolucionario Au- I
mi general de Pa- eia. cumuladas datante la sue- tntico! Pero el veredicto com- i
ejorado. desde la rra sostuvieron durante afgun ci do eiecut,rse sino -
tener nocin exacta de la gravi
acin de la Zona del Canal so-
bre nuestra economa. Alguien
ha tratado de precisarlo, di-
ciendo que somos an pas mo-
nocultor y que nuestro mono-
cultivo es el Canal. En los aos
blicos, recibamos de la Zona
del Canal an caudaloso aporte
monetario, representado por los
alarios de miles y miles de tra-
bajadores v por las Comoras qne.
tanto el gobierno de la Zona co-
mo los particulares all estable-
cidos o que de ella derivaban
sos entradas, hacan en el te-
Pero, al agotarse las reservas,
eon las fuertes compras hechas
en el mercado extranjero v no
habiendo ana fuente de ingresos
que supliera a la del Canal, se
produjo un desajuste en nuestra
economa para el cut no se ha-
ban tomado precauciones. No
dX decir'que if intento del I ? ce tiempo anhela ver rea- pediendo la oportunidad que
22?? aLSwr- ...i. f'Vr. Usada uor el Estado su aspira- i- ha presentado de pescar
doctor Arnulfo Arias de dero-
tr la Constitucin de 1946, que
abismos Jurado cumplir, tanto
el Presidente como los Vicepre-
bian tomado precauciones. No "i.. "... ..i.i.
poseme,, nda.tr | Nuestra a- -*- ^^htjen'c.1
Ccultura es primitiva y de muy
Ja productividad. No tenemos
(entes de trabajo para ocupar
los miles de obreros que dej ce -
nte la suspensin de los tra-
nsada por el Estado su aspira-
cin de mejoramiento".
DESPLAZAMIENTOS
INEVITABLES
Por medio de su vocero, el Secretario de # Estado
Adjunto advierte las intenciones comunistas
en un discurso pronunciado por radio
WASHINGTON. Julio 14. (UP)
George McGhee, Secretarlo
de Estado Adjunto a cargo de
los asuntos del Medio Oriente,
advirti en un discurso por ra-
dio que el Kremlin "no est
SUS ciiuatusta, iisafegatai cu es i ~- g-.*- --
rritorio de la Repblica. Consi- bajos del Canal! El Estado ha
drese qne. segn datos eaai ofi- aafrido necesariamente el con-
dales, en el ano cumbre de 1945.' tragolpe de esta situacin. Las
el ingreso nacional de Panam rentas publican han Ido dismi-
aseendl a ciento veinticinco nuyendo desde 1947. al punto de
millones de balboas, equivalen- sue su producto es Inferior ac-
tes a otros Untos dlares, de los toafments a las samas que dc-
.."Deseo hablar an lenguaje
denante de una verdadera torn- | de sinceridad. Justas, pero enor-
pestad poltica que haba ido
gestndose en el sentimiento
pblico. Un poderoso movimien-
to popular se levanto en defen-
sa del rgimen constitucional:
Accin de masas, que, adems
de obUgar al doctor Arnulfo A-
rias a derogar el decreto een que
haba tratado de abolir la Cons-
titucin del 46, hizo aicos todas
_jes son las demandas qne la
Nacin viene planteando a nues-
tros gobiernos. Difcil es el pre-
dicamento del Estado. Limita-
dos son los recursos de que dis-
ponemos para hacer frente a las
exigencias que se nos plantean.
Nuestra propia estructura eco-
nmica pone limites bastante
(Pasa a la Pagina *. Columna *>> I
se le ha presentado de pescar
en el revuelto ro petrolero de
Irn.
McGhee se present en un
programa de radio local en
lugar del asesor presidencial W.
Averell Harriman, quien parti
ayer rumbo a Tehern y dijo
que aunque las fuentes de las
dificultades actuales "'se en-
cuentran principalmente dentro
de Irn, los soviticos se bene-
fician mucho de la disputa pe-
trolera Irania".
El Secretarlo de Estado Ad-
tunto Insisti en que Estados f
Unidos cala muy Interesado en ciarse ds ella
3ue se mantenga la lndepen-
encla de Irn y su Integridad
territorial, pero agreg que "no
tenemos ninguna frmula m-
gica para resolver ese grava
problema surgido entre nes
tros dos amigos y estamos coa-
vencidos en que hay muchas
oportunidades para una solu-
cin de la controversia petrols*
ra sobre bases mutuamente sa-
tisfactorias.
"Esperamos que antes de qus
sea demasiado tarde pueda rea-
lizarse algn arreglo, aunquo
sea provisional, que permita a
la nacin irania recibir los ma-
yores beneficios posibles de la
explotacin de sus recursos pe-
troleros y al occidente conti-
nuar contribuyendo a la Indus-
tria petrolera Irania'y benell-


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EL CATORCE DE JULIO
6t C arruel
de WASHINGTON
Po; DREW PEARSON
Tierra de Nadie"
Por Carrizosa
Drew Pearson dice: Un debate en la madrugada revel a
los Senadeves que tienen intereses especiales; El Se-
nador Ferguson fue derrotado en el asunto de los auto-
mviles.
El mundo conmemora hoy la gloriosa gesta
del pueblo francs, cuya importancia ha recogido la
historia con extraordinaria significacin. En cada
Catorce de Julio no solamente se rinde homenaje
a la Francia inmortal sino tambin al pensamiento
filosfico que hizo estallar una grandiosa revolu-
cin rm indicadora, que proclam en una hora tras-
cendental para la humanidad las libertades funda-
mentales del pueblo.
El tema apasionante de la Revolucin Fran-
cesa ha sido objeto de grandes debates en los cua-
les ha surgido el elogio al herosmo de una gran
Nacin al par que se han tributado siempre home-
najes de respeto a los ilustres forjadores de esa
ideologa que sirvi de bandera al movimiento que
se inspir en el lema inmarcesible de Libertad,
Igualdad y Fraternidad.
La fecha de hoy es muy propicia para que los
pueblos del mundo mediten en la grandeza de sus
destinos cuando se defiende con vehemencia un
u*W de inconfundible raigambre democrtica.
Es muy conveniente que en ocasiones como es-
ta se hagan anlisis histrico-filosficos de los ms
trascendentales sucesos de la humanidad. Est bien
que las explosiones lricas recojan en verso o prosa
la emocin que sienten los espritus selectos ante la
contemplacin maravillosa de una serie de aconte-
cimientos como los de esa gran revolucin. Pero
no slo deben abrirse las puertas de las formas li-
terarias sino que es indispensable estimular la pe-
netracin del pensamiento investigador y deducti-
vo en la esencia de aquella gesta inolvidable que
robusteci en los pueblos la fe y la esperanza en
una mentalidad poltica sobre bases de libertad y
djgnidad individuales.
J En esta ocasin simblica para la humanidad
afe rinde tributo en el mundo a Francia, la Patria
efe todos los seres sensibles a las inquietudes del
espritu, la Nacin que representa uno de los ms
grandes esfuerzos en las luchas por los Derechos
del Hombre.
Cqn motivo de este glorioso aniversario "El
Panam-Amrica" felicita al culto diplomtico, S.
E. Guy Men ant, acreditado en nuestro pas, lo mis-
mo que a la apreciable colonia francesa residente
ejitre nosotros. Al mismo tiempo formula sus me-
jores votos porque Francia, frente la crisis po-
ltica que confronta el mundo, logre salir airosa,
agitando con orgullo la bandera de la libertad y
entonando emocionada la Marsellesa, su canto in-,f ,.atftiva en ninguna campia
' poltica, concentrndose alcui.:-
mortal.
WASHINGTON. El pbli-
co ae encontraba durmiendo
a las tres de la madrugada
cuando el Senado ller a ca-
bo au ms revelador debate
sobre el control de precios.
Tambin estaban durmiendo
muchos periodistas.
Sin embargo, ciertos Sena-
dores pronunciaron a esa ha-
r algunos discursos justa-
mente cuando el control de
precios deba expirar e in-
trodujeron ciertas enmiendas
ne nos dicen claramente
quin tira de las cuerdas que
ponen a bailar a los Sena-
dores.
A eso de las 2:30 de la ma-
drugada habl el Senador
Homer Ferguson de Michigan,
con su cabello canoso ms
despeinado que nunca. Fer-
guson tenia una enmienda
que hubiera aumentado el
precio de los automviles en
toda la nacin. -
El Senador Ferguson no
mencion que el hecho que
su esposa y yerno son iner-
tes accionistas de una sub-
sidiaria de una de las com-
paas de automviles ms
grandes, la Chrysler. El Sena-
dor Willis Robertson tampoco
quiso mencionar el hecho tal
como lo hiso el Senador El-
mer Thomas haee tres anos
cuando amenax con exponer
los intereses comerciales de
la familia de Ferguson en la
Chrysler a menos que Fer-
guson dejara de investigarlo.
Sin embargo, Robertson, a-
lerta siempre para darse
cuenta de Isignlficado de la
enmienda de Ferguson advir-
ti a sus colegas que la en-
mienda "cataba hecha a la
medida" para aumentar al
precio de los automviles.
"Entonces esta enmienda es
para aumentar", grit el Se-
nador Clinton Anderson de
Nuevo Mxico. "81 queremos
que. impere el cao sen la ad-
ministracin de los precios,
esta es la manera mas fcil
de lograrlo".
Ento n c e s, dirigindose
Ferguson, el Senador de Nue-
vo Mxico observ: "Esto es
aplicable en primer lugar a
la industria de automviles".
"El Senador est en lo co-
rrecto", admiti Ferguson.
"For qu debemos discriminar
contra la Industria de auto-
mviles?"
"Las ganancias de tos fa-
bricantes de automviles son
raxonablemente buenas, no es
asi?", grit Anderson, refl-
ridose al hecho que la ma-
yora de las compaas de
automvilea acaban da cele-
brar laa mayores ganancias
en su Historia.
"Ahora damos con el se-
creto. El Senador quiere re-
gular los precios para deter-
minar las ganancias", grit
encolerixado el Senador de
Michigan.
Ferguson tenia por qu es-
perar que au enmienda sobre
los automvilea pasara tal co-
mo ha sucedido con otras en-
miendas con Intereses espe-
cialea. Fero fue derrotado, y
el otro Senador de Michigan
Blalr Moody, vot contra l.
Hablando a "Kaeeoag" alta*!
Se prepara el* canje de miles
de prisioneros de guerra de
ambos bandos, hechos en Corea
El mando militar de las Naciones Unidas
tena ms de 'Rfi mil prisioneros y daba
por d retidos a 10,500 americanos
v 1
es
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta seccin daremos sabida a todaa aquella car tai
sue se nao dirijan. More tpicos de Inters ronera!.
que no sean demasiado extensa*
Divisa Julio 6 de 1951.
Seor Director de
"El Panam Amrica",
Panam.
La destitucin de la seora
Mlida C. de Samanlego. .to.ro
como telegrafista jefe de la ori-
gina de telgrafos en esta po-
blacin, la consideramos co,:.o
^una de las ms grandes injusii-
uas que se han podido cometer,
y la conceptuamos asi, poryue
la seora de Samanlego ha pies
tado sus servicios en dicho r*-
.110 como 18 aos y pierde sv
jubilacin. Ha sido eficiente,
honrada a carta cabal, consa-
grada a su puesto y con apti-
tudes suficientes hasta para de-
sempear otro puesto de mayor
ategorla, jams ha tomado u;-.r
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Avenida Central 91
TOKIO, Julio 1, .e
Falle. El canj ,
ros de guerra ser ui
importancia vital 4'
tratar en las co ?
sobre la tregua en
El mando militar '.. *-
clones Unidas tenia c.'em > -j
renta y seis mil noveata
prisioneros de guerra norcore
nos y diez y siete mil ce.
ochenta y dos voluntarlos cie-
nos el 30 de Junio de 1951. tiT-
cerrados en los campamentos'
de la Corea Meridional.
En la misma fecha el De-
partamento de Defensa norte-
americano declar que haba
diez mil quinientos doce norte-
americanos d e s a p a recldos y
ciento cincuenta y ocho prisio-
neros. Adems, hav miles de
soldados surcoreanos y de otros
pases desaparecidos y que se
piimiento de su deber
Comprendemos que en estas
destituciones y nombramientos,
ejercen fuerte presin los ca-
ciques polticos, pero es non ya
ue que se desvincule de toda po-
ltica partidarista al ramo ce
telgrafos, que por tratarse de
un servicio pblico, sus empica-
dos tienen que darle todas las
...ciudades del caso al pli ,.o
un general, sin distingos poli-
lieos, porque asi lo especifica
muy claro la ley.
Ojal el seor Ministro de Cu -
tierno y Justicia, reconsiderara
esta destitucin, y se empapara Jay O. Hayden Las mawl-
oe los antecedentes de la se.'o- estaciones de clera del ex-go-
supone estn en poder de los
comunistas.
Al principio de la guerra,
la Corea Septentrional envi
por medio de la Cruz Roja In-
ternacional una. lista de ciento
diez nombres de prisioneros
. lorteamericanos. conforme a la
- "vencin de Ginebra sobre el
..lo que hay que darles a los
lioneros de guerra.
esde entonces no se lia re-
sido ninguna otra lista. Pe-
ro captando las transmisiones
de. las emisoras de Pekn y
Pyongyang, que a menudo men-
cionan los nombres de los pri-
sioneros y por otros medios
confiables, el ejrcito ha podi-
do declarar oficialmente que en
abril de 1951 habia ms de dos
mi! norteamericanos en manos ,
de los comunistas.^
La Ley que cre la Comisin
Permanente del Escalafn
b,r ttsfffzi t?s&9sr ^ u ***"'
Esta lay oa do gran importancia para el Magkiterie Nacio-
nal, pues ella viene a Uenar an gran vaco del cual adoleca la
Ley Orgnica de Educacin.
Desde IMS, Magisterio Panameo Unido viene lachando por-
que esta aspiracin magisterial raen convertida on Ley, a la
actual Asamblea Nacional le eabe el honor de haber interpreta-
do en forma insta el qncrer de todo el Magisterio y de hacer re-
nacer en este la confianza en su noble apostolado.
LEY No. 11
(de M de enero de 1M1)
ror la euai se modifica el Articulo 159 de la Ley 47 de 1941
Orgnica de Educacin.
La Asamblea Nacional de Panam,
DECRETA:
El Artculo 159 de te Ley 47 de 194*. quedar asi:
Artculo 159. ,
a) En el Ministerio de Educacin habr una Comisin Per-
manente de Escalafn, que se encargar de clasificar el Personal
Docente, directivo y de supervisin do las Escuelas Primarias do
la Repblica, tanto el que est en servicio, come el une se en-
cuentre en disponibilidad.
b) La Comisin Permanente de Escalafn recomendar tes
candidatos para llenar las vacantes que ocurran en el personal
de maestros, directores, supervisores, auxiliares o inspectores pro-
vinciales de educacin, previo estudio de sus respectivas creden-
ciales y de acuerdo con las normas que rijan leo canearse*. Es-
tos concursos sern reglamentados por la Comisin.
e) Esta Comisin estar integrada per el Director de Educa*
cion Primaria, el Jefe del Departamento de Estadsticas Perso-
nal y Archivo* del Ministerio de Educacin, y tro* (I) maestrea
en servido elegido* por los muestres de la Repblica. El Minis-
terio d* Educacin reglamentar te forma de asta eleccin, la
que en todo caso ser directa y secreta. Be har por distrito*
bajo la direccin de la Junta Municipal de Educacin, entidad
que designara los escrutadores que certificarn el resultado do te
eleccin.
d) Los maestros que resulten elegidos durarn des () aos
en sus funciones, residirn en la Capital y se ocuparn exclusi-
vamente de tes labores relacionadas con tes actividades] de te
Comisin Permanente de Escalafn. Estes maestros conservarn
su docencia y terminado el periodo para el cual fueren nombra-
dos, reingresaran al puesto que ocupaban anteriormente.
MAGISTERIO PANAMEO UNIDO.
'
Las conversaciones sobre el
Armisticio dependen de la
buena f". General Ridgway
ra de Samanlego como empka-
aa del Telgrafo, y estoy segv-
io que la restituir en su
puesto.
Julio A. Ros
Red Panamericana
tiene los
me ores programas
AUMENTA
EL NIVEL
DE VIDA
Comprando Productos Nacionales
No. I
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Estadio
Nacional.
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y MARCONI
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alie "C".
Tel. 3-4769.
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La Reina de las Pinturas
Para los Trpicos.
No. 3
Parque Lefevre
Calle a.
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EN COLON
CASA M0NTEMAY0R
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Telfono: 1997-1..
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Tel. J-M72.
EN DAVID
Mario A.
Olivares
Contra los Republicanos del
Estado de Minnesota se anota
triunfo el Presidente Truman
WASHINGTON, julio 14. (Por o entrante, no hay duda da
que habra obstacu"-sdo sena-
mente la reeleccin de Hum-
phrey como senador.
La mayor sorpresa la consti-
tuye el hecho de que Youngdsfci
haya consentido en abandonar
una brillante carrera poltica,
(ue le habia conducido faclLnu)
te al Senado y quizs a la VI-
cepresidencia de la Repblica,
a cambio de un cargo en ">s es-
calones ms bajos del y ju-
dicial federal.
Su propia explicacin es qu'.<
c! se separ a disgusto de su
puesto en te Corte Suprema de
Minnesota para aceptar la can-
didatura a gobernador del es-
tado, y que siempre ha deseado
volver al servicio judicial. Olra
razn posible es que su nuevo
cargo tiene un salarlo de qun-
ernador de Minnesota Ha: old
E. Stassen son la mejor prueba
de que el presidente Truman se
:t;iot un triunfo cuando con-
venci a Luther W. Youngdahl,
tres veces gobernador repucll-
cano de dicho estado, de que a-
r piara el cargo de juez federal
en el Distrito de Columbia.
Stassen, un aspirante a la
candidatura presidencial repu-
blicana, describi este nombra-
miento como "una tpica Juga-
rreta poltica de Truman y un
audaz intento para que el se-
cador Hubert Humphrey obtui-
,;a la gobernacin de Minneso-
ta en 1952".
El senador Humpi'ney ha ne-
gado que se proponga postula;-
se para gobernador, pero no
hay duda de que la decisin da
Youngdah], que es muy popular
aumenta las posibilidades de ios
demcratas en Minnesota, tai.to
en lo que se refiere a las elec-
ciones locales como a las pre-
sidenciales.
Y si Youngda'.il se hubiera
postulado por cuarta vez el a-
Dolor do Espaldc
l sufre I'd. de Urantaeaa aer-
turna*, doler ee nii. doler e
ritmar, prdida de visor, nenioal-
dad o debilidad, deba judar lorne-
dieumtnte a la '.'endula Proetala
ron ROOBNA. Ceta marartlloaa
medicina le hace sentir ais Joven,
anda faerte y dormir sin lnlerru-
ion. Compre ROOBNA ea su botica.
8EUL, julio 14. (USIS). Los
:.echos darn la base para juz-
gar la buena fe de los gobiernes
interesados en las conversacio-
nes sobre el armisticio en Corea,
aeclar el General Matthew B.
Ridgway, Jefe del Comando U-
r.ificado de la ONU, sn moma; -
tos en que los representantes de
las Naciones Unidas y los de les
comunistas se disponan a r.l-
ar las conversaciones en Kae-
song-
El General Ridgway se trasla-
d en avin a Corea el unes
para conversar con los oficale
de enlace que ae haban entre-
vistado con los delegados co-
munistas el domingo a fin
concertar te primera reun
para tratar de arreglar un ar-
misticio- En respuesta a pte-
gunta de un corresponsal, Riug-
'.\ay record su declaracin an-
terior de que el acuerdo soire
un armisticio debe preceder
cualquier cese de hostllldade-i.
ion
3055----------.jj
mmuukama tVlKtlXAS Esta nueva cmara ha sido inn-
talada en te Universidad de Harvard para fotografiar estrellas
fugaces. Se espera que la nueva cmara retrte cuarenta reces
ms meteoros que cualquier otra cmara en uso.
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
4o y 5 aos de la Escuela de Comercio. Facultad de Admi-
nistracin Pblica y Comercio.
Se aceptan solicitudes hasta el lunes 16 y los exmenes
se efectuarn ese mismo dia de 4 a 6 p.m.. en las oficinas
de la Administracin.
EL RECTOR.
Panam. 11 de Julio de 1951.
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
' Paga 2% re inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo eon garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales do B .0.25; B .0.50; B .1.00
y B .5.00, por un periodo de euarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina eou Calle "I"
Oficinas en Colon: Calle del Frente esquina eou Calle la.
HORAS:
a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
(i. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sob- Administrador.
Sucursal oa Colea,
ce mil dlares y es vitalicio, sin
costos de eleccin, en tanto |ue
de gobernador slo recibe doce
mil dlares anuales.
ANGELIN1
RECIBI
TEQUILA
Cuervo
El Comandante de la ONU tu-
vo despus una conferencia in-
formal de prensa en te cual
hizo la siguiente declaracin:
"El presente es un perioao
muy crtico en el cual est en
la balansa el xito o fracaso do
los objetivos de los gobiernos in-
teresados.
Que haya o no buena f M
cosa que ser juagada nica-
mente por los-hechos y hemos
venido a la escena para presen-
ciarlos. Hasta entonces nos ha-
llamos en un periodo de pura
especulacin, y a mi juicio, en
este periodo especulativo hasta
tanto haya prueba concreta de
que esta proyectada conferencia
marcha por sus vas coa razo-
nable esperanza de que segun
cor ella por te buena f no solo
de un lado sino de los dos, la
cuestin es demasiado grande
para que se le perjudique on
el riesgo del fracaso o el des-
bande".
El General Ridgway ha nom-
brado a cinco altos oficiales mi-
mares de los Estados Unidos y
las fueraas armadas coreanas
como representantes de la ONU
en la reunin Inicial.
INDUSTRIAS
TAGAROPIJLOS. S.A.
Ave Feo. Boyd No. 4041
Coln R P.
Telfonos:
1002-1003
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MANTEOUILLA FRESCA
RICO HELADO
Todo inspeccionado
por el
Departamento de
Sanidad.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
MARQUES DE RISCAL
RIOJA ESPAIRA
VINO TINTO SUPERIOR
DE VENTA:
LA BODEGA DURAN
Agente: JAIME VENTURA ESCUDE
AVISO
A QUIEN CONCIERNA:
Por esta medio notificamos que al seor LEOVIGILDO
BARAHONA, desdo tata focha ha dejado do sor em-
pleado do la firma "VRELA HERMANOS, 8.A." y por
lo tanto no nos hacemos responsable do ninguna tran-
saccin comercial quo haga dleho seor en nombro do
oata firma.
Panami. Julio 11 d 1951.
VRELA HERMANOS, S.A.
DESTILERA herrerana
I


SBADO, JULIO 14, 1K1
HI. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
.
PAGINA TRES
i '
Tribunal Judicial ordena la
ealicga de los talleres de
un u io comunista cubano
Se trata del diario rojo "Hoy" que fue cerrado por
rdenes del Ministro de Gobernacin
HABANA, Julio IS (UP)El
Irlfc-unaf de Urgencia orikho
tiue se devuelva nuevamente a
la empresa del peridico comu-
nista "Hoy" los talleres de di-
cha publicacin en respuesta a
la denuncia presentada por el
Ministro de Gobernacin Lom-
terto Diaz contra dlt.iu peri-
dico y su director Anbal lic-
tente.
Dice el auto citado por el Tri-
bunal que "si bien es cierto ei prrafo segundo del artcu-
lo 37 de la Constitucin califi-
ca ilcita la formacin y exis-
tencia de organizaciones poli-
tica'contrarias al rgimen fie!
CKibierno representativo demo-
crtico de la Repblica o aten-
ten contra la plenitud de 1
soberana nacional, resulta de
los documentos acompaados y
de la misma denuncia que la
entidad acusada no es una or-
anizacin poltica sino una
empresa periodstica exclusiva-
mente dedicada a la publicacin
de un diario escrito, a la que se
considera amparada por las dis-
posiciones del articulo 33 mus
garantiza la libre emisin del
pensamiento".
El Tribunal deja sin efecto la
ocupacin de los talleres, na-
quinarlas, tiles y enseres de la
empresa "Noticias de Hoy, S. A.'
y ordena a la Polica se entre-
gue el edificio al representante
legal de la empresa.
No obstante, fuentes bien in-
formadas declararon que el go-
bierno se dispone a recurrlt a
todos los medios legales dispo-
nibles para eltar la entrega del
edificio segn dispone el Tnb i-
.al de Urgencia.
El Gobierno ocup los talle-
jes de "Hoy" por primer vez
ei 24 de Agosto de 1950 hasta
mediados del pasado Junio
cuando el Juez de instruccin
dispuso se devolviese el local
a la empresa-
Se estudia la irrigacin en
Costa Rica y Honduras para
incrementar la Agricultura
WASHINGTON, Julio 14
(UIS). La Irrigacin au-
mentar notablemente la pro-
duccin agrcola en Costa Ri-
ca y en Honduras, segn'ha
declarado un ingeniero del Ins-
tituto de Asuntos Interameri-
eanos.
Alan Laflin, quien acaba de
regresar a Washington despus
de un viaje de inspeccin por
los dos pases mencionados, di-
Jo que se propone regresar a
ellos el mes proximo para efec-
tuar nuevos estudios sobre las
posibilidades de la irrigacin
all. ,,
Laflin dijo que ha hecho un
estudio preliminar de OO.OUO
acres de terreno en la provin-
cia de Guanacaste, a solicitud
del Gobierno de Costa Rica.
Dijo que en su concepto esta
roa puede ser irrigada me-
diante un sistema adecuado de
abastecimiento de agua.
"Actualmente hay escasa pro-
duccin de cosecha en la pro-
vincia de Guanacaste,- la cual
podra convertirse en una In-
tensa produccin con sistemas
apropiados de riego", dijo el
ingeniero. Sus estudios han in-
dicado que existe agua sufi-
ciente- para el riego de 25,000
acres. El aumento dependera
de la cantidad de agua que pu-
diera almacenarse, agreg, y di-
jo que son necesarios otros es-
tudios.
"Nuestro grupo y la oficina
de rehabilitacin continuarn
cooperando para la realizacin
de estos estudios, y el trabajo
de campaa lo hacen miem-
bros del servicio local", dijo
Laflin.
En relacin con su viaje a
Honduras, Laflin manifest que
"el futuro d Honduras depen-
de de que se detenga la pro-
gresiva desflorestacln de sus
montaas.
"Durante-meses y meses cada
ao el cielo se ve cubierto con
nube de humo que despiden las
quemas de los montes para pre-
parar tierra de siembras", dijo.
"Debe ofrecerse tierras pla-
VENENO MARINOEsta es una de las primeras fotografas publicadas por la Armada Inglesu
del nuevo avin de combate "Veneno Marino". El huevo avin tiene cabida para dos persona***
y es sumamente maniobrable en el combate, adems de que puede despegar desde en port-,
aviones.
QUE FAMH.lAruando la familia del Senador "hard B. Kusseil, de Georgia, decide tener
una reunin, no hay espacio suficiente en la casa. La madre del Senador Russell est sentada
al centro. Ella tuvo 12 hijos, y todos viven. El Senador Russell es el mayor de todos sus her-
manos y el nico soltero. Qu tal si se hubiera casado tambin._______________^^
as a los agricultores de ma-
nera que tengan mejores pers-
pectivas de vida. La irrigacin
es la solucin.
"El problema Inmediato de
Honduras es el mismo de* Costa
Rica: la ausencia de informa-
cin definida y mapas sobre la
cada de lluvias".
i
Una ridicula parodia
de justicia son los
procesos hngaros
. WASHINGTON, julio 14.
1 iUSISi La sentencia de Cne-
| coeslovaquia contra el corK ..-
i ponsal americano William N.
i Oatis. a diez aos de prisin por
!e! cargo de "espionaje" es tan
solo otro capitulo de un llr.rc
en el cual todos los captulos
sen lo mismo, o sea lo que el
Departamento de Estado ha oc-
lificado como "una ridicula pa-
rodia de justicia ..
La rferrcia el Dejan'-"
ment de Estado a la "acostum-
brada tcnica comunista" alut'.e
> lo que sucedi anterior.-rie.itc
n diversas ocasiones detrs de
!a cortina de hierro la nlflava
sarta de cargos antojadizos, fai
sas "confesiones", crueldades j
torturas a los acusados.
La declaracin hace presente
tambin que en nueve juicios
;^ue han tenido prominencia en
los pases de la cortina de hie-
rro desde 1947 slo un homore
Nikola Petrov pudo resiv.ir
as presiones Inhumanas de sus
torturadores y negse a decla-
rarse culpable. En los otros o
cho casos los acusados fueren
(bligados a hacer confesiones
de trgica similitud que denun-
cia la farsa de la Justicia cu-
.munlsta.
ejiu^
MUNDO ENTERO
Estados Unidos da a conocer
los trminos del Tratado de
Paz que concertar con Japn
El nuevo Tratado no impone discriminaciones y
humillaciones que conduciran a otra guerra
WASHINGTON. Julio 14 (UP
Estados Unidos dio a conoce
os detalles de los planes par.
el tratado de paz con el Jayin
El Japn tendr completa li-
bertad de rearmarse y recon--
trulr sus Industrias, pero perd?-
i algunas islas. Es decir, que
el Japn lograr salir casi im-
pune por su ataque a Pearl Knr
cor y la ola de salvajismo que
osat despus.
John Foster Dulles dijo qu?
'el tratado es de reconciliacin
Nunca en los tiempos moder-
ns los victoriosos de una ue-
la tan sangrienta han apilca-
j ste principio. Ellos, en no.n-
re de la paz, han impuesto div
. iinlnaclones y humillaciones
,ue han conducido a otra (,,.(-
na. El actual tratado evitar
Dulles dijo que la firma dl
tratado de paz ser seguida p Jos convenios separados para la
defensa mutua del Pacfico: li
La paz mundial se encuentra
Ir- t | > j i /-i i T
amenazada por la Lorte de La
Haya, afirma Premier de Irn
TEHERAN, julio 14. (UP).
Ei Premier Mohamed Mossadegh
advirti al Parlamento que la
paz mundial se^ encuentra ame-
nazada por la decisin de la
Corte de La Haya en la ui.---
puta petrolera.
Dijo que la crisis ha dejado
c. irn en "un estado critico ce
'..Ilacin y exigi la aprobar m.
ele tres leyes para hacerle fren-
te a la emergencia".
Mossadegh, quien ha rechu-
pado el fallo de la Corte Inter-
nacional de La Haya en la cri-
sis petrolera dijo que sta "p>
uria tener serlas consecuencias
para la paz mundial".
Por su parte, el Embajador
britnico recibi framente e'.
informe de la llegada del tni:sc-
Jero presidencial W. Averell Hu-
rrimaivy rechaz la Idea de que
Harriman sirva de mediador en
la crisis-
Dijo que no ve cul es la idea
do la venida de Harriman en
vista de las circunstancias en
oue fu aceptada su interven-
cin. Dijo que el Premier Mu-
fisadegh hizo nfasis en que I-
ln aceptaba el envo de Hv;i-
man pero las conversaciones Se.
Urian seguir el patrn de la
ley de nacionalizacin.
La persecucin comunista ha
creado una "nueva clase de
mrtires" declara un diario
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico Julio
H (USIS) La Persecucin que
llevan a cabo los comunistas
contra los cristianos y los cre-
.\ entes en la democracia tata
creando "una nueva clase e
mrtires", segn declara el i-
rlo 'El Mundo", uno de los uta*
destacados voceros de la pren-
sa de esta ciudad.
En reciente editorial en el oue
se comenta el proceso del Arzo-
bispo Josef Groesz, de Hungra,
y la persecucin contra el Car-
denal Mindzenty, "El Mundo"
declara que "por cada m;lu-
de la religin o de la democra-
cia, los tiranos rojos vern sur-
r.l, tarde o temprano", milla.es
de ciudadanos que se alzan n
contra la opresin"-
El editorial mencionado tuce
textualmente asi:
"La figura torturada del Car-
denal Mindzenty, ser, por los
El primer convenio entre BlU-
dos Unidos y Japn permitir el
estacionamiento de fuerzas te-
rrestres y areas en k\ Japn
Este convenio ser firmado in-
mediatamente despus de la
:irma del tratado de paz. 2i Un
convenio mutuo de aegurlduu
entre Estados Unidos, Australia
y Nueva Zelandia. Este pacto,
que sigue el mismo patrn d'.'.
Tacto del Atlntico est cal
isto.
Japn renuncia a Formoaa.
las Islas Kurlle y Sur Sakhalin
que pertenecen a Rusia sen
ei convenio de Yalta), las Ca-
i-olinas. Mariana y Marshall,
que Estados Unidos capturaron
v administran de acuerdo cen
:as Naciones Unidas Japn Urn
;.;n renuncia a las Islas Boim.g
> Ryukyu, Incluso Okinawa, o.ue
Estados Unidos administrar c
p c u er d o con las Naciones
Unidas.
El Japn no pagar por repa-
raciones en efectivo, ya que ios
aliados acordaron que est im-
posibilitado para hacerlo. En su
lugar se enviar al Japn me-
terlas primas para ser elabora-
cas. En otras palabras, Ja.L.n
pagar con trabajo, en forma
imitada.
aos venideros, un smbolo de
la forma despiadada en que rl
comunismo persigue a los que
no se avienen rpidamente a
sus mtodos de esclavitud.
"El horroroso tratamiento du-
do a los acusados, que los con-
vierte en guiapos humai:os,
contrasta palpablemente con el
tratamiento que se les da a los
acusados en los pases Ubres. En
los pases sovletlzados el acuaa-
do no solo sufre la tortura ->1-
ca y mental, sino que prctica-
mente no tiene medios de delen
sa. Los procedimientos judicia-
!U se hacen siempre a base de
una 'confesin" arrancada por
horribles mtodos d compul-
sin fsica y psicolgica.
"En los pases democrticos, el
acusado tiene todo el auxilio de
los abogados, tienen oportuni-
dad de salir libre bajo fianza y
isclbe un tratamiento humano,
que respeta los derechos fun-
damentales del individuo, por
ms graves que sean sus erl-
monea,
"A pesar de la persecucin
hecha contra el Cardenal Mlr.d-
senty y otros prelados y peroo-
nas religiosas, la Iglesia Cat-
l'ca debe tener todava bastan-*
te fuerza en Hungra, ya qu
los tiranuelos comunistas slgr.i.i
su serie de persecuciones. Ahon
es el Arzobispo Josef Groesz, pil
mado de Hungria. quien r.:-.-:>
por el conocido trmite de far-
sas procesales y de '-Confesin!,'
ae crmenes contra el estado.
Estos juicios comunistas
purgas de torturas o de sangr?
estn creando una nueva cas*
de mrtires.
Los rojos podrn tener exit)
en los fines que persiguen poi el
momento. Caern las cabeta
inocentes. Los secuaces de Mos-
c se afianzan en el poder. Pe-
ro deben recordar que la sanen
y los sufrimientos de loa mr-
tires tienen un poder extraordi-
nario.
"En los albores del cristianis-
mo, por cada mrtir cado sur-
gan millares de nuevos cristia-
nos a ocupar sus puestos. Pe
cada mrtir de la religin de 1.
democracia en tiempos moder-
nos, los tiranos rojos vern s .r-,
gir, tarde o temprano, miliarc
ae ciudadanos que se alzar
contra la opresin".
A BENEFICIO DE LA AMPLIACIN DE LA IGLESIA
PARROQUIAL DE SAN FRANCISCO DE LA CALETA.
GANE
UN CHALET COMPLETAMENTE
AMUEBLADO. SITUADO EN EL
NUEVO BARRIO RESIDENCIAL
i *EL CANGREJO"
por B/8 soumente
Un carro CHEVROLET Una refrigeradora
ltimo modelo. "FRIGIDAIRE"
Y 3051 PREMIOS MAS.
COMPRE HOY MISMO SU BOLETO.
DE VENTA
EN LOS PRINCIPALES ALMACENES.
.
PANAMALIMA (B/. 110.-) A 8ANT1AOO (B/.234.-I
Caaa JUEVES a la* :M a.m.
De PANAMA A LISBOA. MADRID. PARIS \ ROMA
(Via Caracas) B/.47I.
EXCURSIONES ESPECULES POR 90 DAS
A MEXICO.......B/. M. una ra B/.1M. ida v vuelta
A LOS ANGELESB/. ISO. una via B/. 250. Ida v vuelta
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
Tel. i-1655Ave. Tivoli y .Calle Rocbet O su Agente de Viajes. -
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B .5^27,000,000.00
Transacciones Bancarias en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA SUCURSAL EN CRISTOBAL
SUCURSAL EN COLON SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
Not Esjecialiaamoa en el Financiamiento de
m portaciones v Exportacione
insecticidas en uno con ti
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instsnenea y efecto duradero, es de
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Oficina Principal 55 Wall Street New York
RESUMEN DEL BALANCE GENERAL AL 30 DE JUNIO DE 1951
INCLUYENDO LAS OFICINAS DOMESTICAS Y EXTRANJERAS
ACTIVO
En Illarn de E.U.A,
Efectivo, Oro y a Recibir de Bancos...........................$,1,S2'S5'io
Valores en obligaciones del Gobierno de los Estados Unidos .... L50".0.5
Valores en obligaciones de otras Agencias Federales ............ Jj'SS"??
Valores de Estados y Municipios ............................... SaSeia i
Otros Valores .................................................. MisaSa
Prstamos y Descuentos ........................................ 2?'2S
Prstamos sobre Bienes Raices y Valores ........................ 15.621 .7
Deudores por cuenta de Aceptaciones.......................... onnnX
Acciones del Banco de la Reserva Federal...................... S'SS'SS
Propiedad de International Banking Corporat.on ................ "iS'SS
Edificios del Banco ............................................ SaasE
Otro Activo .......................................................- :
TOTAL.....................................$8.57P,877,T77

PASIVO
Obligaciones sobre Aceptaciones y Letras ..........$75,311.022
Menos: Aceptaciones propias en Cartera ........28.122.805 47
Adeudados a Bancos Centrales Extranjeros .....................
(En Moneda Extranjera>
Partidas en Trnsito con las Sucursales ........................ *
Reservas parn: ...
Descuentos y otros ingresos no devengados ................. '
Intereses, impuestos, otros gastos acumulables. etc.......... 35
caprden^.7/.7/://.V.7.7.7^
Supe'rVv??000 ACCl0MS.-.*?>":.................. 1M.0OO.0OO
Utilidades sin Repartir .......................... 0,460.284 360
TOTAL .....................................$5.579
996.110
188,217
774.800
886,792
730,373
529.201
312.000
460.284
877,777
Las cifra de las Sucurtale Extranjeras son al 25 de Junio, 1951.
Afiliado de The National City Bank of New York para administracin
separada de funciones de Fideicomiso
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Oficina Principal: 22 William Street. New York
Fondos de Capital $30.791.521


AGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDFP1NDI1NT!
btU
SBADO, JULIO 14. 1951
Chorrera sede de experimentos Sa
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HORIZONTALES:
1Prefijo Inseparable.
4Relativo a las muelas.
9Preposicin.
12Unin Liberal Espaola,
Inlc.
13rbol oleaginoso.
14Demostrativo.
15Depsitos para sal.
17Parte del calzado.
19Humor acuoso do la sangre.
20Inspiracin.
lAdinerados.
23Vehculos antiguos.
2(JDemostrativo, Pl.
27Objetos.
28Negacin.
2Espacio de tiempo.
SOParte del pie.
31Rio de Espaa
J2Term'nacln verbal.
S3Sandia.
|..... ....cato.
85Volver a decir o a hacer.
f>Arrojan, botan.
MAbundante, harto.
SEntrgame.
S)Campesino inculto.
42Aves de rapia.
IBMetal precioso.
46Sucesin de olas.
JBDel verbo orar.
Igualdad de nivel.
*0Cloruro de sodio.
_. VERTICALES:
1Posesivo, Pl.
, 2Union Liberal Argentina,
Inic.
SBelicosos.
""4Nativos de Maurctania.
6Sensacin del oNato.
"aFlor herldica.
JMarcha. Inv.
4Ponen rtulos
9Manchas de la piel.
10 Plantgrado.
11Baile tpico cubano.
16Repeticin de sonido, Pl.
1!', Naipes.
20Perteneciente a la
masonera.
21Bogar.
22Departamento de Francia.
23Materia colorante.
24Entretiene.
25Legislador de Atenas.
27Vaso sagrado.
30Enfermedad infecciosa
31Vigilantes nocturnos.
33Mueble.
34Del verbo mimar.
;6Aades.
37Filsofo griego
39--Del verbo decir.
"40 -Preposicin.
41Altar.
42Ocano.
43Reas,
44Nota musical.
47Caso de pronombre
r.-, it'ON DF. AYER
Hfaaaaa nararjiirj
mu aya uua af*
M-ir-iua n'i apj>i
raac Ma r.in?ici
WM'IHil^.l HU 171
lTiiiiiins
jRiaa Jir-i r-ij.
uuifla a^ia
naa aua ami
*ia lJ-j! aua j.i
heiti'IPi aii-ia'
II, OESTE E8 MEJOR.Una ama de casa alemana compra un
molde de pan marcado "Oeste", en una panadera de Berlin Oc-
cidental. Las autoridades han decidido marcar el pan a fin
de evitar el contrabando de pan de Inferior calidad desde la
Alemania Oriental.
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro, recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
diez en punto de la maana del dia 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 los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
JOSE AR08EMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Panam, 9 de Julio de 1951.

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AVISO DE LICITACIN
Hasta las diez y treinta de la maana del da 30
de Julio del presente ao, se recibirn propuestas en
I Despacho del Gerente del Banco Afro-Pecuario
Industrial para el suministro de:
10.000 (diez mil) quintales de arroz pilado
blanco.
El Pliego de Cargos y Especificaciones podr obte-
nerse cualquier da hbil en la Secretarla del Banco
Agro-Pecuario Industrial.
EDUARDO VALLARIN0
Gerente.
Panam, Julio 14 de 1961.
PUNTOS
DE VISTA
Fuma Cvica vs- Arrocua
Un it upo de irresponsables
que se ha cobijado con el nom-
DM de Fuerza Cvica San Fran-
ciscana, que con el Concejo n
su disposicin quita y pone Al-
caides a su antojo, ha puesto de
manifiesto su civilidad, sus de-
seos de mejorar al pueblo, pero
es causndole los ms grandes
peijuleio, los mayores atrope-
llos nunca vistos que culmina-
rn con desagradables hechos
ui sangre de continuar las ce-
sas en la forma por ellos fla-
neadas, porque han engendra-
do el mismo dio dentro de l'-s
mismos familiares, entre jve-
nes de ambos sexos de doce a
."ios en adelante, todos do .'a
misma sangre, sobrinos, tos,
hermanos, primos, padres y n.u-
ures etc., porque San Francisco
es pueblo compuesto por una
ola familia, y guardar lulo el
noventa por ciento de la poblu-
c.n cuando uno de los dos ban-
dos perezca en la contienda, y
es por eso que es mas doloroso
lo que est sucediendo, y es que
'os principales agitadores vlv:n
en la ciudad de Panam, deado
donde satisfacen sus Instintos
macabras, y ren a mandbula
atiente complacidos cada tos
que dicho grupo irrumpe en un
escndalo en este pueblo que al-
cance a ocuparse de don Sa-
turnino Arrocha, persona am-
pliamente conocida que por si:
trato y servicios el campeslno-
u de oste Distrito, lo sigue en
ludas as elecciones, esto es to-
do lo que ha creado el prob.c-
ra, la eavldla y consideran en
su impotencia que la nica
forma do exterminar dicho prai
ligio, es apelando a la calum-
nia, a la difamacin, al escn-
dalo y la violencia, hasta el
iado de que se oye ruraoier,
no solo en esta poblacin, amo
fuera, que dicha agrupacin ha
echado entre ellos el sorteo para
ver a quien le toca este fltnsllln
acto criminal porque para ehos
cao no tiene importancia, ya
que su finalidad es suprimii el
obstculo que les impide apode-
rarse del electorado y ser los
caciques por estos repugnantes
medios que han de dar trasto
con un pueblo que hasta ahora
ha vivido tranquilo.
Tres aos de terribles escn-
dalos, y atropellos de Intranqui-
lidad y desasosiego niea visu.
teirible situacin la del pueblo
Uonde dia a dia se agota la pa-
ciencia, la consideracin y m
bondad de parte de los ofendi-
dos, porque en una misma ce-
sa conviven padres e hijos de
uno y otro bando, y entre elija
o mejor decir entre nosotros v.
se sienten los nimos tan cal-
dcados que nos puede llevar al
peor de los desenlaces.
Esta es la obra, una caUcna
de odios, de escndalos, de a-
ttopellos y egosmos que la mol
llamada Fuerza Cvica ha tra-
do como saldo de sus actiwia-
des.
Ayer vinieron de Santiago mas
de cien personas a esta pou'.a-
tln para proteger la vida v
honra de don Nlno, no por;i;e
l pidiera este respaldo, ya que
el tiene y le sobra elemento.
para aniquilar a sus adversa-
Centra el Analfabetismo en
La Colorida
El jueves de la semana pasa-
da, en la noche se celebro una
reunin de padres de familia en
la escuela. Entre los puntos alh
tratados resaltan loe siguientes
la) Intensa campana contra
ei analfabetismo, estableciendo
clases nocturnas atendidas por
los maestros y 2o i Eleccin de
nueva directiva del Club de Pa-
drea de Familia para que coope-
ren en dicha campaa.
ios; vinieron porque don N>.>o
gusa de grandes simpatas cu
toda la Provincia, y en menos
de dos horas au hogar se vio
invadido por los familiares del
pueblo, amigos aentlafueos
msanos, montijanos y de va-
rios pueblos mas residentes en
Santiago.
Debe ser el Gobierno qui?n
ponga fin a este estado de co-
sas por que el grupo de la Fuer-
za Cvica debe saber y todos lo
sabemos que solo haciendo lo
que ha hecho don Nlno es que
pueden despojarle de su i.*e M-
glo poltico y no por los me aos
..ados y que pretenden iisat V
no podrn quitarle ese eamj e-
sinado que lo sigue a ciega." t
jos tantos beneficios recibaos
y en cambio deben ver bien
claro el horror de las tragedlas
cjue se han venido sucediendo
< u tres aos cundiendo de odios
irreconciliables dentro de nues-
tros propios familiares. Que ho-
aos. Esto as y ha sido lo uVo
ae que ha sido canas la men-
cionada Fuerza Cvica Sanran-
wlscana creada por elemento;
extraos sin ningn afecto a
nuestro pueblo ni a nuestras te-
rnilla*. Pedimos la cooperae'.n
a todos los miembros sensata
de este grupo por el bien de
nuestros familiares para desha-
cer ese diablica combinaren
que terminar por acabar con
nuestras familias en forma cri-
minal y deshonrosa para nues-
tro pueblo.
All tenis el ejemplo del Jl-
tinguldo amigo don Gerardo
Gonzlez R. quien se separo ue
a Fuerza Cvica al conocer a
fondo sus verdaderos desleal"*
;, compenetrarse de sus proba-
das y exclusivas intenciones p*r
sonallstas-
an Francisco. Junio 27 de 105-1
Ernesto Valds
Cdula 1-127
ELIMINE
LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a los cabellos tu
primitivo color, hayan sido
stos rublos, castaos
o negros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidtd.
PREMIADO EN VARIA!
EXPOSICIONES
EL PALUDISMO
i el ms grande destructor d la vida humana. '
300 millones de personas, sufrirn d> paludismo
este ao y de ellas por lo menos 3 millones
morirn.
Afrrate de la mano salvadera de la
QUININA.
La QUININA ha sido la base principal a el
tratamiento del paludismo durante los ltimos
130 aos. Una dosis diaria de 1 jrm. a 1.3 crmi.
de QUININA durante un perodo de 5 a 'das
cura eon xito un ataque agudo de paludismo-
La mejor posibilidad para una curacin radical
en las recadas del paludismo, la ofrece un
tratamiento de 14 das con QUINIPLEX. un
preparado recientemente recomendsdo por la
Comisin de Expertos de Paludismo da la
Organizacin Mundial de Salud (1930).
Posesinase Junta
Directiva de los
Leones de Bocas
El 4 de julio, como se viene
haciendo ya tradicional, tom
posesin la nueva Junta Dh ca-
tiva del Club de Leones, la ;ual
est presidida ahora por ti di-
nmico len Jos Herrera O A
la 1 p.m. el compaero Presi-
dente saliente, Are alio Alejo
Fitzgerald, golpe la campana
indicando con ello que Iba a
empezar la ceremonia. Estuvie-
ron presente los compaeros
Lloyd, Frank Surgeon, Sperling.
Qulrz, Paladino, Herrera, Fiv-
,eral, Crdoba, Baln Len y I03
excompaeros Licenciado amel-
go C. Duff, Gobernador de la
Provincia y J. M. Rubn laz
cama Invitados-
Se cant el Himno Nacional
y se salud respetuosmoiit
nuestra Bandera. Luego fu-:r&n
juramentados en al- orden :e-
giamentarlo: el Domador, com-
paero Sperling; el Tuerceira-
eos, compaero Balld; el Vocal
B. C. Lloyd; el Tesorero, com-
paero Paladino; el Secretarlo
Crdoba y finalmente el Presi-
dente compaero Herrera. El
compaero Herrera expres en
cortas y emocionadas palacras
satisfaccin por haber llegado
nuestro Club a vencer las JUi-
cnltades surgidas y estar nues-
t-os compaeros presentes y uu-
sentes dispuestos nuevamente a
luchar por los Ideales del Loo-
ni.Miio por el bien de la comuni-
dad; solicit la cooperacin de
todos para llevar adelante a li-
bra benfica que le corresponde
desarrollar el Iconismo en Bo-
cas. Hizo resaltar la ardua la-
bor de la Junta Directiva sa-
liente para poder mantener vi-
va y en alto la bandera del to-
nismo en esta regln y final-
mente manifest su disposicin
tic luchar con todo su entusias-
mo por el buen nombre de nucs
tro Club y por que desarrolle u-
i' i labor encomlable durante el
ao que ss inicia.
Tambin hicieron uso de la
..labra los compaeros Spcr-
>ng. Frank Surgeon, Crdoba y
los invitados Duff y Pac. En to-
das sus expresiones se poda
descubrir el renovado entusias-
mo y un optimismo sincero por
l lueha Iconstica en esta Pro-
vincia.
La Escuela de Nata necesita
Separaciones
NATA, En memorial dirigi-
do al Ministro de Educacin iat
ios vecinos de esta ciudad se le
pide la construccin de nuovos
edificios escolares para reew-
plasar a los viejos y carcomi-
dos que hoy se sostienen por
milagro y que datan del ao de
1912. El seor Ministro hasta la
fecha no se ha dado por noti-
ficado y 875 alumnos tienen so-
oi e si el peligro de un derrum-
be de parte o de todo el edifi-
cio. Mas vale prevenir que la-
mentar.
Jorge Martinas
Complacidos en
Bejuco con el
Ministro Navarro
BEJUCO, Julio 14 (Correspon-
sal). Ha sido :ausa de sorpre-
sa a esta comunidad la manera
tan rpida como el Seor Mi-
nistro ing. Norberto Navarro,
ha atendido a la peticin que
hiciera el pueblo a l por me-
dio de este corresponsal de "LA
VOZ DEL INTERIOR" al man-
dar el domingo prximo pasado
una comisin compuesta por
empleados del ministerio para
inspeccionar loa rebajos de la
torre. Segn noticias recogidas
por mi. se dice; que la comisin
que vino a inspeccionar los tra-
bajos trajo la orden de hacer el
presupuesto de la obra para dar
La Fluna del sisma
DisuaHa Desde el
Primer Dfa
m Asma T la renijaltl. on lUi ata-
>h deeeeperentee T violento). lar-
Ser el primer lugar donde
se repartan las raciones de
leche enviada por los E.U.
Los alimentos se distribuirn en un comedor escolar
que ser creado para tales fines
En fuentes bien Informadas del Departamento de ta-
lud Pblica ae aupo hoy que La Chorrara aera la sedo de
importantes trabajos sanitarios en el nuevo plan da expe-
rimentar toda labor aanitarla antes de aplicarla an (ran
escala a todo el pala.
Junto oon La Chorrara, algunos otroa tugaras en donde
el funcionamiento de laa Unidades Sanitarias ha sido muy
eficiente, se realizarn experimentos similares para luego
haeer laa recomendaciones espaciales.
asa a atraillar la taafr* dem mar. -
o rpidamente li at.mm. Deido 1
Si imr dta omlenta a laalvari* 1
ama riiD* S loa hog. di- ro-
SM* respiracin fioi|. Tos lo *u
h falta, tomar taklataa a. Min-
te, so* eon areab!e, en laa com I -
eutnS* m trate Se reaaa rl>el ntlsuaa. M*n*** tenido Unte
ia* l* acolen e* nor ral4ft a,Sa
* ae taa*a rabal
ata tenido
lit* ofrenleKde a lee caefaiuae
raajrlraalSa llar* r ecll en it har*.
Pifa Mindue *n cualquier lirmi-
ela hoy miaran y vea lo alea 0* dor-
mir aata a*rk* y cutato mejor a*
Mendaco ua?
alJa
leV/bk. i. S~e
Chorrera ser el primer lugar
en donde la Unidad Sanitaria
abrir el "banco de leche prees-
colar" y para ello ya se ha en-
comendado a su Director, Dr.
Marco Altuna. que proceda a se-
leclonar los nios que con ms
urgencia necesitan de esta ayu-
da.
Para la realizacin de este
plan, el Mdico Director Altuna
comienzo a los mismos en el
curso de la semana entrante.
Este corresponsal registra
complacido, al igual que todos
los habitantes de este pueblo
la noticia, de ei buen deseo que
anima al seor Ministro Nava-
rro al dar la orden de comenzar
la obra.
Airada protesta
por la condena
de un periodista
WASHINGTON, Julio 14 (UP)
(USIS). La condena del Co-
rresponsal de la Prensa Asocia-
da William oatls bajo el car-
go de espionaje que le hizo el
gobierno checo es un ejemplo
de la despiadada supresin de
las libertades individuales se-
gn declara el Senador Herbert
O'Connor.
Al hablar en el Senado el
lunes, O'Connor elogi a la
Prensa Asociada y otras agen-
cias noticiosas por sus infor-
maciones objetivas y desapa-
sionadas.
"Uno de los principios bsi-
cos entre los cuales ss funda
la vida americana es la liber-
tad de expresin", dijo, "El de-
recho a la libertad de expre-
sin ha sido defendido y man-
tenido celosamente an en los
periodos de mayor Intensidad
de nuestra vida nacional. Para
todo el que tenga una verda-
dera concepcin de lo que sig-
nifican la ciudadana america-
na y las libertades americanas,
el derecho de hablar y escribir
las propias convicciones ser
siempre un requisito esencial".
Sintonice!
En su radio
Pagada"

2:45 P. M
Red Panamericana
se est entrevistando con loa
padres de familias, y las Socie-
dades Chorreranas para estable-
cer un verdadero comedor pre.
escolar en el eual se utilicen la
leche y la margarina rica en Vi-
tamina D y A. Estas labores pre-
aran el pais para el arribo de
la nutricionlsta panamea, ex-
perta de la UNICEF. Srta. Lucila
Sotandares, la cual es esperada
para la Direccin total del pro-
grama.
Chorrera ser tambin el cen-
tro de experimentacin de una
Interesante campaa educativa
sanitaria v el Director de Salud
Pblica destacar en la prxima
semen:, a uno de sus funciona-
rlos para que ss entreviste con
el Director del Primer Ciclo Se-
cundario de Chorrera y se llegue
a un acuerdo sobre un plan de
entrenamiento e Ilustracin dS
los eatudlantes secundarlos en
^reparacin del plan maestro.
El Cao sin Garrapaticlda
NATA, Julio 14 Loa ganade-
ros y dueos de ganado vacuno
de los caseros El Cao, Churi-
bc, y dems cercanos al garra-
pa tlcida de "l Cao" se en-
cuentran perjudicados por no
funcionar dicho bao con el
consiguiente perjuicio para sus
animales.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
AvudeaJUnumanas
I tleae al8>*rr*na que *
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BX rANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDfPRNDlRNTt
SAGINA CINCO '
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono S-J1M MORAS: l:N a 18:M a.m.
Apartado 134
Recepcin
8. I. el Ministro de Francia
seor Ouy Mennant y ora
Madeleine de Mennat, ofrecen
hoy, de 6 p.m. a I p.m., una
recepcin en la sede de la Le-
gacin, a la cual estn Invita-
do todos los amigos de Francia.
Comida en El Panana
S. K. el MlnUtro de Agricul-
tura y Comercio, Jng. David 8a-
mudlo, ofreci anoche una co-
mida en el hotel El Panam,
a la cual asisti un grupo de
sus amistades.
Buffet
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades, el flor Timothy
woodruff y seora Marjory de
Woodruff ofrecieron anoche un
buffet en su residencia.
Cambia de residencia
El seor Camilo Fbrega Goy-
tla y seora Berta R. de F-
brega han trasladado eu resi-
dencia a la carretera transist-
mica, en donde se ponen a las
rdenes de sus amistades.
De loa Estados Unido*
Presentamos un cordial sa-
ludo de bienvenida a la seo-
ra Cecilia de la O. de Fabre-
a, quien regres ayer de los
itados Unidos.
Saludamos a la seorita Aura
Othon, quien lleg de Loa An-
geles con l fin de pasar la
temporada de vacaciones visi-
tando a sus familiares.
Para los Estados Unidos
Orato ptieo le deseamos a las
seoras Olga de Navarro y Edl-
la J. de Oonzlez Revllla. quie-
nes siguieron hoy para Miami,
en donde pasarn una corta
temporada. ,
Para Bar Amrica
Despedimos atentamente a 8.
E. el Ministro de Costa Rica
en Brasil, seor Edmundo Oerll
y seora Berta de Oerll, y a la
seora Piedad Mendleta, quie-
nes despus de haber pasado
varios das hospedados en el
hotel El Panam continuaron
hoy su viaje hada Rio de Ja-
neiro.
Para Colombia
Sigui hoy hacia Medellin, en
donde pasar vanos das de
descanso el doctor Alberto Cal-
vo, director de Salud Pblica.
Lo despedimos.
AnlTer..Ho"irmItrtMii.
Saludamos atentamente al 8r.
Carlos E. Dies y seora Laste-
nia A. de Diez, quienes cumplen
hoy cincuenta y atete aos di
casados.
Enfermos
Anotamos complacidos la me-
jora del doctor Gregorio Mir,
quien dude hace varios das
se encuentra recluida en la Cl-
nica San Fernando.
Guarda cama en la clnica
San Fernando el seor Alfredo
Alemn Jr. Que mejore pronto.
Pronta mejora le deseamos al
nio Octavio Mndez Guardia,
quien sufre quebrantos de salud
en su residencia.
Compromiso matrimonial
De manera privada celebra-
ron anoche su compromiso ma-
trimonial la gentil seorita Isa-
I t petiros mt* dolMetes a-
rMM ostia alioaie do m
SSSJW"R *f* ISflSfSa ^^pt^sta ^wss
Moa y los aupara oa posos
la lot Hh de ca-
le* at tatole i
iwmo ja 1st (ru-
tes frticsi V i uso-
Mi Sirve GE-
LATINAS KOrAL oa su Je.
IIcom viriedte1-' fresa meme-
te, carets, nsrinji y limn.
Dtseuts de ttd
comida sbwiejsa-
le, sa lattice un
tira Mcll ala di-
flerlr, como I
PUDN KOyAl, cremeie. ter-
sa, fcil ele hcf an tas delicia-
fe sabores: vainill, alisxslate,
arele,.. dems ejM* con
srsajs, vainilla y thotoUu, a
bese de Ual.cs.
y. lejalaa
mjl-amtt shl sb^l*-
srw^,*A*eWW off SF^stsr*
ara da posan,
I
ble FLAN ROYAL, sala* par
w etewete! |Oro y Miel en naps
sales minuteil
failTMleyal...la|NiMBMHieaiBri
Bodas Alemn Zubieta-Healy Quelquejeu
^aul Douglas favorito
e todos sus colegas
- miles de fanticos
Una distinguida pareja de nueetra sociedad unir hoy sus
destinos, ipil p.m. bajo Juramento sagrado ante el Altar Ma-
yor de la Igleala da Cristo Rey. Son ellos, la culta y espiritual
seorita Maria Teresa Healy Quelquejeu, poseedora de ese don
de gentes que es patrimonio tradicional de au familia, y el Lie.
Roberto R. Alemn Zubleta. Joven profesional de grandes pro-
yecciones para el futuro. .
Lucir la novia un precioso vestido de organsa de clsicas
linees, y completar su atavo nupcial una finsima y delicada
mantilla de encaje da Alencon. Entrara al templo del brazo de
su seor padre, e Ir precedida de sus damas de honor, seoritas
Julia Alemn Zubleta y Ana Cecilia Jimnez Quelquejeu, on va-
porosos vestidos de organd blanoo bordado. Las escoltarn loa
caballeros Roberto E. Healy Q. y Rodolfo Alemn Z.
Regar flores a su paso la preciosa nimia Ada Bowl Hrin y
portar los anillos v las arras el nifio Julito Alemn Arlas.
El Revdo. Padre Jess Serrano impartir la bendicin nup-
cial, siendo la ceremonia apadrinada por los padres de la novia
seor James Edward Healy Jr. y seora Berta Q. da Healy; los
padres del novio. Dr. Julio Alemn y seora Emola Z. de Ale-
mn, el seor Jos Amonio Zubleta y seora Lola de la G. de
Zubleta, el seor Camilo Quelquejeu y seora Constancia M. de
Quelquejeu, el Dr. Carlos Icaza y seora Catalina de Icasa, el
seor Jaime Casanovas y seora Trinidad de Casanovas, el seor
Alfredo Alemn y seora Laura A. de Alemn, el Dr. Ricardo
Alemn, y la seora Julia I. de Bermdei.
Recibirn los desposados las felicitaciones de sus familiares
y amistades, durante una recepcin la cual ofrecern lo* padres
de la novia en el Club de Golf, el cual ha sido artsticamente
ademado con profusin de flores blancas.
Partirn luego los felices contrayentes rumbo a Europa, en
donde pasarn la luna de miel.
Al engalanar nuestras columnas con la fotografa de la no-
via da hoy, as para nosotros motivo de sumo agrado formular
votos muy sinceros por la felicidad siempre eterna de los contra-
yentes, y que Dios derrame sobre ellos sus mltiples bendiciones.
La propuesta roja de paz es una
simple maniobra manifest ayer
el Mariscal Tito en un discurso
Atac duramente a la Unin
Sovitica y agradeci a los
EE.UU. el auxilio prestado
Dijo "nuestros caones no dispararan nunca para
invadir el territorio de otros a menos que
alguien ataque el nuestro
bel Martinez O. y el seor Lyon
J. Hoard. A las muchas feli-
citaciones recibidas unimos las
nuestraa muy sinceras.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Seoras:
Anglica Ch. de Patterson
Flor 8. de Patterson
Carmen Adelina U. de Nlcolau
Seoritas:
Prlscilla Navarro Smith
Marta Boyd Daz
8eflorea:
Julio Ernesto Heurtematte
Carlos de Jann Jr.
Jack Bcrlbner
Frank A. Alemn
Nio:
Pierre Antonlne Estrlpaat
Navarro
Campiranos de maana
Nina:
Irene,dal Carmen Rodrguez
Nia:
Delmira C. Vega Bustos
Misa en la Igleala da
San Francisco (Ciudad)
^&aJi WflsiBH i ft los
corrientes, tendr lugar la misa
reglamentarla en honor de la
Santsima Trinidad a las P.SO
a.m. Quedan Invitado todos.
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BKKTONCIM
Tei .II .pido IIM
Cuando la "20th Century Fon"
invit al teatro de sus estudios
en Hollywood al mundo da la
pantalla y a los crticos de ar-
te, para ver la magistral pe-
lcula ms emocionante del ao,
jams se imagin que el cen-
tro y atraccin de todos los
concurrentes fuera Paul Dou-
glas, precisamente, el menos fo-
tognico de cuantos, hombres y
mujeres actuaron en "Horas de
Espanto". Sin embargo, fue ne-
cesario rendirse ante la evi-
dencia, pues, ni Henry Hatha-
way, el director de la pelcula,
ni Richard Basehart, el actor
encargado de repartir emocio-
nes; ni la bella Brbara Bel
Oeddes. puesta en la pelcula
como para que haga amables,
con sus encantos, lot minutos
de angustia que vive el espec-
tador; ni Debra Paget. la no-
via, adorable y delicadamente
buena del que suicidarse que-
ra, consiguieron llamar tanto
la atencin ni personalmente ni
en la pantalla, como lo logr,
sin mayor esuerao, con slo au
talante bonachn, Paul Douglas,
conceptuado como el feo m;
simptico y ms a trayente de
la pantalla.
Paul Douglas, es un hombre
con ngel. Cae simptico y
hasta ha habido fanticos de
su persona, tanto entre las gan-
tes del gremio peliculero, como
entre los fanticos, que le han
aconse.lado que asegure su son-
risa. Esto, naturalmente, cau-
sar sensacin, pues es foll
suponer que una encantadora
actriz asegure su sonrisa, ya
que, en mucho depende au xi-
to personal de esta cualidad o
facultad exquisita de su per-
sona. Sin embargo, cuantos han
visto sonrer a Paul Douglas,
estn conformes ,en sostener
en que, sin tener una sonrisa
conquistadora, es el feliz po-
seedor de una sonrisa agra-
dable, a m 1 c a 1, exquisitamen-
te sensitiva, y, sobre todo cor-
dial. Ya a Jean Peter le pu-
sieron en "MI Adorable Gngs-
ter" una frase que dice todo
un poema en relacin con la
sonrisa de Paul Douglas, cuan-
do le dice: "Nunca cre que
usted fuera un hombre malo,
porque tiene usted una sonrisa
angelical. Y usted debe rer
siempre".
BELGRADO. JultO 14. (UP).
Bl Mariscal Tito dl pblica-
mente las gracias a las po-
tencias que han ayudado a
Yugoeslavla "especialmente a
Retados Unidos" en un enrgi-
co discurso pronunciado ante
40.000 personas.
Tito advirti a las potencias
occidentales que las propuestas
soviticas para una paz en
Corea constituyen "simplemen-
te una maniobra" y ea posi-
ble que puedan estallar Inci-
dentes en otros lugares. El Ma-
riscal dijo que deba sospechar-
se d las negociaciones corea-
nas mientras la Unin Sovitica
contine ejerciendo presin
contra Yugoeslavla y otros pai-
tes.
Por primera vea Tito revel
1 pueblo yugoeslavo la "enor-
me ayuda" que las potencias oc-
cidentales le han dado a ese
Cumpleaos de hoy
Los nios Edgardo A. Lom-
bardo y Amlnta I. Lombardo,
celebran hoy sbado un ao
ms da vida. Esparamos que
celebren muchos ms en unin
de sus queraos padres.
Felicitamos al seor Rubn
Marchosky, quien en esta fecha
celebra sus natales.
Para los Estados Unidos
Por va area sale hoy para
los Estados Unidos el Joven Sa-
muel Abbot, quien ingresara en
la Universidad de Austin, Texas,
Comezn
'IIN.UiNTO
Y JAIION
EL UNGENTO BLANCO Y NEGRO es
una indispensable ayuda para eliminar loa
barros, granos, espinilla, peca y otras
affeciones que afean la pial. Es tambin
un efectivo agente blanqueador del cutis.
sese en combinacin con el JABN FA-
CIAL BLANCO Y NEGRO para un trata-
miento completo.
BLANCO Y NEGRO
SALUD
con
sal*! HEPTICA!
lamenta... scant*... IfUai...
Afra, ot.blo .. AntlsscM Iconmlc ..
Laa dosis de Sal Heptica resultan ms
econmicas comprando el tamao mayor
esperamos que tenga un feliz
viaje y le deseamos xitos en
sus estudios de Ingeniera.
Cumpleaos de maana
En medio del aprecio y esti-
ma da todos sus amigos y fa-
miliares, celebra maana do-
mingo la grata fecha de sut
natales el seor don Camilo L-
pez R.
Hasta la ciudad de Panam la
hacemos llegar nuestras anticl-
PIOJINA
Luce!...
L'd. puede ustr Viz-Zan-DB
coa satisfaccin y coaiama,
porque nunca so dcipraade.
Esta atractiva pintura oo so
esparce ai aduroce.
Adquiera boy la do su aaa ta
predilecto.
pas, incluyendo los armamen-
tos "para que nadie pueda con-
quistarnos de nuevo".
Tito Insisti varias veces que
ninguna de esas potencias le
ha exigido concesiones a Yu-
goeslavla y aadi que "lo peor
ya ha pasado".
Tito dijo que "lo que nos
ofrece mayor esperanza es que
todo el mundo comprende cla-
ramente nuestro caso. Todos sa-
ben que somos nosotros los que
estamos en lo justo y no a-
quellos que nos calumnian".
El Mariscal atac duramente
a la Unin Sovitica y a Stalin
y a las otras "democracias po-
pulares" y advirti que "nues-
tros caones no dispararn
nunca para Invadir el terri-
torio de otros, a menos que al-
guien tenga la audacia de ata-
car el nuestro".
Embajador de LU.
en Irn solicita
retiro del cargo
WASHINGTON, Julio 14 (UP)
La Casa Blanca inform c,ue
Henry Grady, Embajador de Li-
tados Unidos en Irn, nueva-
mente ha pedido permiso para
renunciar su cargo y que el pre-
sidente Truman acceder en "el
momento oportuno".
El secretarlo de prensa de la
Casa Blanca, Joseph Short, de-
clar que cuando Orr.cty '::' a
Irn hace algo ms de un eso
pidi que slo se lo tu lera ;'
12 mese*.--Short inslcti en -ui
la nueva peticin de Cra c
que se le permitleiv. ras; :cmf
no est relacionada de modo ..-
guno con la misin de Harri-
rran.
Bradley pide que
se apresure enva
de armas a Europea
WASHINGTON, Julio 14 (UP
- El Jefe del Estado Mayor*
Mixto de Estados Unidos. Gen.:*
ral Ornar Bradley, informo ~n,
una sesin secreta a la Cojn-
sln de Relaciones Exteriores fie '
la Cmara de Representantes '
que apresuren la aprobacin C ,
ms envos de armas nortame-,
ricanas a Europa Occidental.!
Bradley compareci a sa (>- <
misin para apoyar el pedido pe 1
Presidents Truman de 8,500 ur-
Uones de dlares en ayuda n.t-
litar y econmica a los pases
anticomunistas.
El General Bradley previno
que la trague en Corea no Uir*
mlnulr la r-.o:ln sovitica t:\
otras par:;. Para que F_.-.'.j
Unido: pueda estar en condjclc- .
nes de defenderse. c'.cbia api*-,
ipuravsf el envo de ayuda r>*>
I iitar le r: clones libres de
! E:i lo que se refiere a oiroi
c-pc^tos del rearme, Bradley de-
clar que le agradara que Es-
paa fuera Incluida en el si-' -
na de defensa del Pacto del / -
tlntlco "desde el punto de vis-
ta militar".
desarrollo Intelectual ele un pue-
blo. No s pierda esta cinta:
padas felicitaciones.
La seora Berta Lia Lozano
de Amaya. esposa del seor Luis
Amaya, festeja maana domin-
go su cumpleaos. Hasta Vene-
zuela en donde resida Bertlta.
como cariosamente la llama-
mos, le hacemos llegar nuestros
cariosos saludos.
Haata la hermana Repblica
de Colombia hacemos llegar
nuestras felicitaciones al nio
Jaime Enrique Lobo, quien ma-
ana domingo festeja un ao
ms de vida.
le mostrar el problema tal co-
mo es. Esta noche a las 11
en el Teatro Cecilia.
"SUENO INFERNAL"
La pelcula que chuso sensacin anoche en el "Lux"
se exhibe eata noche a las 11 p.m. en el "Cecilia"
"Sueo Infernal", la pelcu-
la que nos muestra la realidad
en el negocio ilcito de drogas
entre los estudiantes y que cau-
s gran sensacin anoche en el
Teatro Lux, ser exhibida esta
noche en el Teatro Cecilia en
funcin de medianoche, Esta
pelcula es de gran nteres,
puesto que nos da a conocer la
terrible verdad uno de cada
cincuenta estudiantes es adic-
to a las drogas, terrible ame-
naza para la moral y para el
AhiPrssiaSosf.sMs
L1* *" *rsl* ananiiaaa, u
.llr/aMo.;i,B^%,y-/S.l.?r.f
II UHZ UIUI IE U Ml IMITA
calJIo Ji coloi
tiKuntaaoi
No te preocupe. .
Comience a teir
u cabello!
No aa alarme pe ese pri-
mer cabelle blanoo-que in-
discretamente asoma en su
cabesa. El ROUX OIL
SHAMPOO le devolver s
au caballo el color perdido
con un tratamiento muy
fcil de seguir. Ya ver
cmo eu caballo recupera el
color primitivo, mis una
belleza y lustroaldad in-
comparable au preo-
cupacin ea convertir en
deleite a Is primera apli-
cacin.
EL TINTE ROUX
oa SHAMPOO
Limpia ... Celorea ...
Ea perfecto!
Distribuidor en la Repbice
da Pneme v Zona del Canai
JULIO VOS
calle -A' No
Tel 2-7l
Incianse hoy las
festividades en el
Barrio Miradores
Hoy se inician las festivida-
des de aniversario de funda-
cin de la Urbanizacin Mira-
flores, que este ao deben re-
vestir de gran brillantes:.
A las 7.30 de la noche se
Iniciar la fiesta con fuegos
artificiales y a las 9 p.m. un
reglo baile amenizado por la
orquesta de los hermanos Paz.
El domingo se celebrar un
programa cultural.
He aqui el programa acorda-
do:
III aniversario de la funda-
cin de la Urbanizacin Mira-
flores. Comit directivo: presi-
dente. Elena de Del Vall; vlce-
oretldente. A. Carrillo; secre-
tarlo, Carlos Moreno; subsecre-
tario, Carmen Sol; tesorero.
Migue] Vergare.
Comit -organizador: actos
culturales: Olga Moreno. Hi-
giene y ornato. Berta O. de
Moreno. Actos deportivos, Car-
los A. Delvalle.
Programa de festejos: sba-
do 14 de julio a las 7.30 p.m.
fuegos artificiales A las 9 p.m.
Bailes populares amenizados por
la orquesta de los hermanos
Par,
Domingo 15 de Julio a las 5
a.m. Dianas. 6 a.m. Marathn
I y otros eventos deportivos 10
a.m. Misa campal cantada oor
el coro del Conservatorio Na-
cional. 11 ajn. Programa cul-
tural.
a) Himno del Magisterio Pa-
nameo Unido.
b) Palabras por doa Cecilia
Moreno de Carrasco.
c) Ronda campesina dirigida
por la seora Olida da Page
d) Poema "Mlraflores" escrito
por Hercllla de Argote. de-
clamado por V. Alverosa.
e) Canto por la seorita Nidia
Benacerraf.
CANSADQ DE LA Gl'KRRA.Despus de dos das t dos noches
ale lucha sin cesar en Corea, este soldado ,con rifle, granadas,
municiones y aun un cigarrillo encendido, queda dormido
de cansancio.
: SOPAS.
HAY SI CIASES DE SOFAS CAMPBELL'S
(liNlilNSADA RINf UOHIF 1X1'A LA FPOUITA KulA BIAN'A
Fortalzcase lomando el
Gran Vino Reconstituyente
SANSN
Disfrute de momentos
Inolvidables......
en el lugar apropiado
EL RANCHO
TODOS LOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
Informal Suave msica, mejor compaa .
Ambienta de total alegra
con gente conocida... y cocteles
como slo El Rancho puede hacerlos I
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Pepas Croeuota Repollo Sante
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Caf T Cervesa
Cocteles, Precio Especial. 25t
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Automviles
5E VENDEN:- -Mquinas' calculado-
ras alemanes, nuevos, morco
' BRUNSVIGA" B.M5.00. Porros.
Plozo 5 de Mayo.
SE VENDE: Tierro paro rellenos.
Servicio de polo de 8 o. m. en ade-
lante. Corretera Trcncistmico. Es-
qu na Blockmigcrt. Tel. 3-0035.
SE VENDEN: Cachorros finos
"Cocker Sponiels". Porque Lefevre-
calle la No. 1 1. Telfono 3-2662.
SE VENDE:Peces He acuario, su-
ministro juntos Via Espoa 11.
fieme estoblos Juan France. Tel.
3-4132.
SE VENDE:Una Speed Graphic 4
x 5, equipo completo, paro cuarto
ercirro. verlo en lo Joyera L-j Es-
tacin, calle 3 de Noviembre No
38
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmodo
t independiente en la Calle le |
Ingenio No. 16. Pare informes ofi- i
ana Baqueiizo. Tel. 3-0699.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento 2 raci-
mara!, garage, comodidades mo-!
demos, caso 135. via ''Belisario
Porras". Llame Tal. 2-1456.
ALQUILASE: Aparonfcnto, sola.1
comedor. 2 recmaras, meseta, ser-
vicios independientes, casa 23,
Avenida B. Llame telfono 2-1456.
ALOUILASE:Apartamento casa 92
Avenida Sptimo, Son Francisco,
amplio, ventlodo. Llama telfono
2-1456.
SE VENDE: Camioneta G. M. C.
Metlico en perfectas condicionas
mecnicas. 5 llontas nuevas. Infr-
mese telfono 2-2040 de 8:00 o.
m. o 1 :00 p. m. con el seor
G'au.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
E ALQUILA:Aportamento una re-
cmara. Calle 52 No. 18. informas
Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de una
_ recmara, amplio y moderno. Gara-
ge. 168 Via Belisario Porras.
ALQUILASE:Apartamento 3 raci-
maras, servicios independientes,
zagun exclusivo, casa 56 Aveni-
do Norte, claro, ventilado, 8.70.-
00 Llame telfono 2-1456.
SE VENDE:Crcsley Sedan 1947 2
puertos. Caso 23 Apto. 4. Calle
50, Bella Vista. '
SE VENDE: Dos camiones Stude-
boker 1947 de volquete 4 yardas,
con llantas nuevas en B. 1.500.00,
pora verlos llame al telfono 3-
0706. Calle 41 fmol Si esti Inte-
resado traiga dos btenos y se los
llevo.
COMPRAMOS: Fords, Chevrolet!,
Mercury. Coupe, y Sedon, oo
1946, 1947, 1948. 1949. 1950,
1951. Ofrecemos buenos precios.
Pora informacin llame al Tel. 3-
0035 o acudo o Vio Belisario PO-
RRAS, ESTACIN SAS.
CA. DI LlflVKE -Tal. 2-i3il
. VINDI L0TIS
Pat* inicial minima 1.100.00
Meatoai 8.15.00
a Letts ron Callas y Acuaductor da
la Ciudad desde B. 1.00 I metro,
o Alquilamos equipo pesode peo
movimiento da tierra,
e A [quila-nos lotee o lofos plazos.
e Club de Iotas, 8.3.00 y 8.4 00
semanales ,
VENDO:Lotes boratos en .El Can-
grejo, 1 Son Francisco "y El Coco.
Tel. 3-2407.
SE VENDE: -.Por motivo de viaje.
R-f esquena y. Cafetera La Bueno
Suerte, Ave. A y Calle 15, anti-
guo local de ,Simn.
MAGNIFICA INVERSION! Una d
la1, mejores casas, .ubicada en pro-
minente lugar comercial, produce
B. 1.30C.00 mensuales. Informarse
en el Tel. 3-2407.
SE VENDEN:Cachorros finos 8
semonos. Flia. Vilar. Calle 9a. fi-
nal, Barriada Panam Amrico.
Parque Lefevre.
A! AMBRE DE PAS. Relies da 16
Ib-, a 8.8.25. Inedaros da tanque
baje completos, con atientes a
8.44.95. Pinturas y esmaltas LU-
CAS a precies de coste, calores
surtidos. ALMACN "EL CONDOR"
Avenido Norte No. 60.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, dos
recmaras, sala comedor, cuarto
ervicie. garage. bien ventilado.
Calle 2a. Perejil No. 11, Tel. 3-
0533. ocurra misma casa .altos.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE VENDE:Comi' chasis "Stude-
baker" Mod. M.17. doble dife-
rencial, motor perfecto condicin,
s.ete llanto:. 8 25-x 20 Michellin.
muy buen estodo, un ao uso.
Precio mdico. Lime telefono 555-
J, Ccln.
Oportunidad:
nico, lote en "El Cangrejo" a B. 6.-}
00 M2. Excelente ubicacin.
Roberts Mir 2-1215
SE VENDE:Gran oportunidad, por
motivo de viaje. Pontioc- 1950, en
perfectos condiciones, 4 puertos,
llantas nuevas, radio, un solo due-
o, 6 meses de uso, 7.000 millas
corridos. Hydramitco, cubre-asien-
tos, facilidades de pogo. Tel. 3-
3933 y 3-2014.
SE VIHDIN:
Lotes, botaros. Chalets y casa de 2
apartamentos en "El Cangrejo". I
Infrmese
Rohaiia Mir 2-1215
SE NECESITA:Buena cocinera con
referencias. 8uen sueldo, calle 41 I
No. 19. I
PERSONALES
SE VENDE: ChqJet con todos las
comodidades inclusive magnfico ,
anexo comercial, Tnil metros de
tierra, ubicado en la prolongacin 1
de calle 50, por B. 14,000.00, la j
mitad al contado y el-resto con
plazos lorgos. Informorse- telfonos
3-2407 y 2-2277.' ,
SE VENDE:Equipo de onido cen
cuatro altoparlantes, planto elc-
trica de gasolina marco ONAN. 1 10
voltios, un proyector de cine RCA
de 16 mm, pariente. Todo en
magnfico', condicione'. Sterling _
Products International. S A. Colle
29 Ete No. 4. telfono 3-1697. |
SE VENDE Equine completo paca
comisariato. Refrigeradoras, /egis-
' trodsVos Notional, vidrieras, pesas.
relanza, tonques olummio para
ranos.' archixo de metal, escrito-
rio, sillas, abanico elctrico, m-
quina escribir Underwood v mu-
chos otros objetos, telfono 2-1636.
SE COMPRA
SE NECESITA: Empleada, bueno
presencia. Intil si no tiene expe-
riencia Buen sueldo. Colle 52 ca-
sa 8 Apto. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda paro ser-
vico de caso lavar, planchar. Debe
dormir en el empleo. Alejandro
Toussieh, colle 44 No. 37 Apt. E.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios domsticos.'- Arneglio, finol ca-
lle 51, Campo Alegre, chalet al
lado edificio Lima.
COMPRO:Rolles papel IC.-off 30
pulgadas. Lovonderia Americana.
Avenida Per 16.
SE NECESITA;Muchacha para cui-
dar un nio y hocer parte del ser-
I vicie. Buen sueldo. Ocurra a calle
Colombia No. 6. altos.
1 SE NECESITA:Cocinera con expe-
riencia buenas referencias. Buen
sueldo. Colle 46 No. 24,
SE NECESITA:Coenero que duer-
ma es el empleo. Ave. Chile 24.
COMPRE...
URGE LOCALIZAR pera antreper co-
rrespondencia e le Srte. Thelve
Alxamera Sendovol. Llama al Ad-
ministrador de "II Panama Am-
rico" Tel. 2-0740. Horas de ofi-
cina.
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, qu*
conozco de labores de campo pp-
"i cuidar casa e el Volle de Afi-
ln. Debe tener recomendacin del
lugar donde trabaj antes. Co.
Dulcidlo Gonzlez. N.,- S. A. Fabri-
co de Mosaicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
MISCELNEA
Lo Lavandera Hispana situada en ca-
lle 19 y Ave. A se traslad a Ave-
nida Central No. 152.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora ser-
vicio. Debe dormir en empleo.
Ave. Manuel Icazo No. 13 Urba-
nizacin Campo Alegre.
TROPIDURA
\ PRUT.BA di: moho
r'ai'laleaea la F.conomta Narianal'.
Materiales de Construe*
cion de alta calidad es
nuestra especialidad
Consltenos Dar
presupuestos
e CALIDAD SUPERIOR
a 8ERVICIO ESMERADO
o ENTREGA PUNTUAL
C(MK_L_r.
W*<
tve. Noria S3 Tel. 2-Sfil
Calla Martin So*a No. 3
_______ Tal 3-1424
SE NECESITA: Empleada compe-
tente poro cocina y oficios doms-
ticos con recomendacin. Colle 52
f nal con Ricordo Arias No. 22.
Campo Alegre,
SE NEQESITA:Empleada pora ofi-
cios de casa, que duerma en el
empleo. Traino referencias. Calle
37 Nc. 22.
Tiene inters en ganar dinero? Buena
presencia, experiencia en propa-
gando, le esperorros. Ave. Central
47 Apto. 23. de 2 a 5.
No necesito ser calvo, la cada del
pelo se cura pronto y seguro con
Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello. Qui-
nar se vende en todos los. buenas
frmacos.
SE VENDEnico oportunidad com-
prar casi por mitad precio mogn-
fica residencia can cuatro recima-
ras, ges, cuarto empleados, jardines, 3
servicios sanitarios. etc., situado i
en Paitillo. Llame telfono 2-1
1456.___________________ I
LECCIONES 1
Mtodb fcil de instruccin fundo-
mentol pora estudiante de poca
experiencia, por eido o msica.
Instruccin para estudiante ovon-
zado, msica popular o elisica. Es-
tudio de Bennett's Juan B. Sosa
No. 9. Tel. 2-1282.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
!_____________________________________
!SE ALQUILAN:2 cuortos con ali-;
mentacin, B.60.00 y B.70.00 por i
mes. salida independiente. Calle
45 No. 34. I
'SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a persona so-;
la y de buenas costumbres. Ave-
nida B No. 16.
SE NECESITA: Persona que sepo
cocinar, no tiene que dormir en el
empleo. Ocurra o lo Ave. Monuel
Icazo No. 26.
SE NECESITAEmpleado competen-
te pora bficios domsticos. Colle
Francisco Filos No. 54. Visto Her-
SE ALQUILA
Locale**
SE ALQUILo:Local pora oticino
ornbe del 'eotro Central
SE ALQUILA:Amplio local paro
oficina Pueden ocuparlo dos pro-
fesionales. B.25.00. Ros, Manco
Nacional.
CLNICA, equipodo. altos Farmocia
Solazar, calle 16 Oeste No, 28.
Panam
;SE ALQUILA:Local comercial. Ave-
nida Centrol 261, borato. B.50.-
00. Telfono 3-0338.
'SE ALQUILA:Locales para depsi-
tos de merconcias, tambin un ta-
ller de herrera equipado, y un
taller de mecnica paro automvi-
les. Tel. 2-0540.
Villanuava y Tojeire Ci. Ltdo.
Pensin Centro Americana a precio
mdico suministra habitacin y
comido, valor especial, buena aten-
cin a estudiantes universitarios.
Avenida Per No. 34. Telfono 3-
3261.___________________________
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENCE:Juego de comedor co-
s nuevo. Calle 41 No. 39.
SE ALQUILA: Cuartos omoblodos:
para hombres. Entrada indepen-'
diente. Ave. Ernesto Lefevre Par-
que Lefevre. caso 32.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuortos con o sin
muebles a personas de buenas cos- |
tumbres. Calle 5a. 36 altos. !
VENDOMquina de coser SINGER
motivo de viaje, B.30.00. Avenida
Norte No. 3.
VNDESE mobiliario dos rasidenciat.
bien conservados. Precios increbles.
Ocurro cosa esquina colles prime-
ra y once. Poitillo, de I a 6 p. m.
SE VENDE: Barato, juego muebles
sala tapizado, dos chiffoniers, 3
camas chicas. Tel. 3-3823.
SE VENDE: Lavadora "General
Electric" modelo 1949. En perfec-
tos condiciones mecnicos y apa-
riencia. Calle 52, caso No. 18
Apto. No. 8.
SE ALQUILA- Magnfico cuarto|
i amoblado, frente al mar, servicio;
independ'ente. excelente vecinda-
rio. No. 5, primera escalera. Plaza
2 de Enero.
---------------1
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados. |
Precios especiles por quincena o!
mes. Pora informes dirjase o Pen- I
sin Ponomi, Colle 6a Na. 3. Sr. I
Guztmer. -Ce 8 o 1 1 o. m. o 7
p. ro. en adelante..
Red Panamericana
tiene los mejores
Programas
SE VENDE:Cuno y colchn, $20.-
00. una -*esa grande, $4.00. Ave.
Mxico No. 13, Apto. 6.
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora Kelvino-
tor, 60 ciclos. B.2500, estufa da
gos. porcelano, 4 quemadores y
Horno B.15.00. 219-D, Poroiso, C.
Z,
SE NECESITA
UN VENDEDOR
Prominente firma norteamericana de artculos de
tocador necesita los servicios de un joven panameo
de 18 a 25 aos de edad, que hable ingls y castellano,
para que trabaje como vendedor principalmente en la
ciudad de Panam, con viales ocasionales a otros pun-
tos de la Repblica. Los aspirantes deben enviar sus
solicitudes por escrito, dando datos personales, educa-
cin, experiencia y referencias a:
R. A. C.
Apartado 819 Panam, R. dr P.
VILLANUEVA
Y TEJARA
(IA.LTDA.
fabrica toda ciase de puer-
tas y ventanas de caoba,
cedro o pino, Oregon.
SOLICITE
COTIZACIONES
. Tel. 2-0540
Calle 15 Este No. 2
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2* x 6 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Alendas Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1593
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Acabamos de Recibir
CANAS 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 279
Tel. 3-0140.
Alambre de Bronce
PARA MOSQUITO
Alambre
DE GALLINERO
Alambre Cicln
Ricardo A. Mir,
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos Barato
Para Vender Ms"
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Id. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
PAPEL en 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
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida SO
horas por 1 galn de kerosene. Toma
Wc de AIRr y solamente %>, de
KEROSENE. Completamente segura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni malos
olores. Es tan sencilla que un nio
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Balo
por slo... B .9.95
Tenemo* lodos los Repuestos!
D Venta en toda* las FERRETERAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANO, S. A.
Celen Calle t y Ave. Balk.a
Tel. 313.
Panam. Ave. Central S3
Tel. Z-Mtl
Saln De Belleza Lola
e Expertas Operarlas
e Precios Razonables
Alie Acondicionado
HOTEL EL PANAMA
SE NECESITAN:
Des Jvenes y dos seoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Sueldo b-
sico, comisiones. Ave. Central
39 de S a a.m. solamente.
Tisilogoi
tuberculosos, fue cuidadosamen-
te examinado por el Dr. Long,
quien sigui observando otros
; muchos detalles y concluy con
dos Importantes declaraciones.
V De que Panam y sus tc-
nicos si conocen la gravedad del
problema de la tuberculosis,
aunque la poblacin quiz no
tenga muy exacta conciencia
de ello, y que tiene un buen
sistema de bsqueda de casos,
pero 2) que se estrella ante el
problema de que no tiene donde
atender sus pacientes de tuber-
culosis y que la comunidad debe
hacer algo por resolver este
problema.
"Pondremos
estrechos a las posibilidades de
accin del Estado. Como he di-
cho antes, atravesamos un pa-
rntesis de astringencia econ-
mica que es resultado de facto-
res internos y externos. De la
inflacin del periodo blico, nos
queda una situacin de encareci-
miento de la vida que no ha
sido posible atenuar, al mismo
tiempo que la desocupacin re-
duce la capacidad de consumo
de las masas. Nuestra estructu-
ra financiera actual no permite
desarrollar .una .poltica fiscal
que, mediante una aecin direc-
ta o inmediata, corrija las des-
igualdades de la distribucin. La
falta de trabajo podra ser com-
batida mediante un programa de
obras pblicas. Pero ello requie-
re apelar al crdito pblico que
se encuentra ya seriamente
comprometido. La carga pasiva
es casi un cuarto del total de
castos del presupuesto! Sin em-
bargo, no nos rendiremos ante
las dificultades. Les haremos
frente! Buscaremos recursos pa-
ra resolver las situaciones de
urgencia y pondremos los fun-
damentos de una reforma Inte-
gral de nuestra vida econmica
y poltica. En los actuales mo-
mentos, se sufren las conse-
cuencias naturales del cambio
violento recin ocurrido y se sus-
citan los desplazamientos ine-
vitables en el aparato burocr-
tico. En medio de todas estas di-
ficultades, el gobierno est estu-
diando medidas que, una vex a-
plicadas, tendrn favorables
consecuencias inmediatas".
LAS JORNADAS DE MAYO
"El pueblo de Panam pasa
los umbrales de una fase impor-
tante de su evolucin poltica.
1 as jornadas de mayo demurs-
Iran que la conciencia popular
ha sido hondamente trabajada
por las duras experiencias de los
ltimos aos y que la prdica
rectificadora, sostenida por los
mejores elementos del pas, ha
comenzado a producir frutos.
Este gobierno cree en la liber-
tad, y el aprendizaje de la li-
bertad se hace a travs de ella
misma. En las difciles circuns-
tancias que afronta la humani-
dad entera, planteada como est
la lucha entr los espritus li-
bres y la nueva esclavitud que
significa el totalitarismo sovi-
tico, mi gobierno ocupa su pues-
to en las filas de la democra-
cia y la libertad. Creemos, no
obstante, que para combatir la
dictadura comunista, no es pre-
ciso imitar sus mtodos. La de-
mocracia contiene todas las po-
sibilidades de resolver los pro-
blemas vitales del pueblo, sin
mengua de las libertades civiles
y polticas. La lucha contra el
comunismo y la defensa del sis-
tema jurdico americano, no se-
rn-pretexto para implantar me-
didas de represin poltica, que
contradicen los principios de la
democracia".
JAMAS ESO.Jean-Paul David, dirigente del movimiento anti<
comunista de Pars, nos muestra la ltima serie de cartelonel
de propaganda en la cual se ve la bandera roja en la Torre Eiffel
Et cartel dice: "JAMAS tSO".
CON AYUDA DE DIOS.En una base del Japn, el Capitn ]
Robert Smith, a la derecha, sostiene su casco de acero mien- '
tras un compaero pasa una varilla por la trayectoria de una.
bala que casi termina con la vida de Smith. El impacto dej
a Smith atolondrado pero de acuerdo cen sus propias pala-
bras,, "Dios lo Eiii de regreso a su base".
No est muy
sa. Al enviarlo, el Presidents
Tiuman a actuado con la mJor
intencin. Pero es una gran
confesin del fracaso de nuestro
propio Gobierno'.
Pese a sas criticas los dipu-
tados conservadores accedieron
aplazar el debate sobre la CiKt>
tin de Irn en vista de la visi-
ta de Harriman a Tehern y re
cree que el Primer Ministro Cle-
ment Attlee y el dirigente Con-
servador Winston Churchill cor.
ferenciarn por tercera vez sa-
bre se problema la prxma se-
mana.
Numerosos deportistas
contribuyen para el
homenaje a Chequita
A fin de que el pblico se en-
tere el estado de la colecta
pro-homenaje a Jos Antonio
Checa, nos permitimos presen-
tar los nombres de las entida-
des y personas que han contri-
buido.
Bella Vista B. 55.00
Carlos Eleta 50.00
Fed. de Bisbol 25.00
Liga de Basketball 25X0
Cervecera Nacional 20.00
Roberto F. Chlari 10.00
Ernesto de la Guardia 10 00
Ral Arango N. 10.00-
Alredo Alemn 10.00
Demetrio Valds 5.00
Alcibiades Aroscmena, Jr. 5.00
Pedro Julio Prez 5.00
Jorge A. i'anay Jr. 8 00
Flix Lucianl 3.00
Enrique Jimnez Jr. 3.00
Jos Carides 2.00
Oalllero Ferrabone 2.00
Dr. Juan Nicosia 2.00
Alberto Boyd 1.50
Ricardo A. Melndez 1.00
Ricardo Chlari l.DO
I Papl Casis i.O
Gabriel Rodrguez 1.00
[Cantina B. de Ancn 1.00
("Chelo Gonzlez l.oo
i Too de Sedas 1.C0
i Mario Cont F. .OO
Domlclano Broce y G. 1.00
Donaldo Davls 1.00
Mocho Santos 1.00
C. (Cachimba' Correa 1.00
Polo Jan loo
Luis A. Segura 1.00
Empleado Secreta 1.00
I Nicols Rodrguez 1.00
Mlzael de Len 1.G0
Cucho VaUarino 1.00
"LA REINA" EN CAKE. En Nueva York, el pastelero Regi-
nald Guest, del barco "Queen Elizabeth", le i.a los ltimos
toques a su obra maestra una rplica del famoso barco.
El cake pesa 100 libras, y su confeccin le tom a Guest 80
horas de paciente labor.
-M EVA MOTORLTCLETA.Metida en un cascarn aerodinmico,
esta nueva motorcicieta construida en Munich, Alemania, rom
pe el. record de velocidad al desarrollar 180 millas por hora. _
Fuerzas de rescate de E.U.
t -.

Total 216.50
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Matches miembros de las fuerzas de aire, mar y tierra, de las
Naciones Unidas en la cual luchan contra el comunismo en Corea,
deben sus vidas a la eficiente accin de las unidades de rescate
de la Faena Area de los Estados l nidos. El uso de los helicp-
teros que vuelan a escasa altura ha hecho posible la rpida eva-
cuacin de heridos hacia los hospitales de retaguardia. En mu-
chos casos estos heridos no habran podido sobrevivir a los (artos
y penosos viajes en jeeps o en ambulancias de campaa. Vemos
esta foto a dos helicpteros recogiendo heridos en un arrozal do
Corea. En primer plano vemos el rea de aterrizaje. ,


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pagina sirrt
Comentados Partidos De Las Justas Masculina
y Femenina Presenta Esta Noche El Basketball
Operten M. Vigor
y Chester-Madurto
medirn fuerzas
o o o
Por BETO TEJADA
La Liga. Provincial de Basket-
ball presenta esta noche en el
Qimnasio Nacional, tres comen-
tados juegos a cargo de los
equipos:
Dep. Pern ts CHa Gonzlez
6.45 P-ni. (Menor masculino)
Malta Vigor ts
7.45 p.m. (Mayor
Uperten
Femenina)
Deportes a Granel
LONDRESLa seorita Leila
Lerwell, de la Oran Bretaa,
rompi el record mundial fe-
menino de salto en alto, con
una nuevr marca de cinco plea
y media pulgada, en las compe-
tencias de la Asociacin Atleti-
ca Femenina.
El record anterior de cinco
pies siete y un cuarto de pul-
gadas, haba sido establecido en
1948. por la seorita Hany
Blankers Cohen, de Holanda.
SANTA BARBARA El pastor
Bob Richards conquist el cam
r., KltUMI
neonato norteamericano de de-
cathlon con 7.834 puntos, lo que
constituye la me]or "perfor-
mance" mundial del ao.
He aqu Us "performances"
de Bob Richards.
100 metros, 10 segu.idos 9/10.
Largo, 6 metro, 71.
Alto: 1 metros, 84.
400 metros: 51 segundos 1/10.
110 metros vallas: 15 seg. S-lt'
Disco: 41 metro S3.
Garrocha 4 metros 49.
Jabalina: 56 metro 43.
1.500 metros: 4 minutos, 56
segundos 1-10.
POR LA VIA DERECHA. El manager Paul Richards, a la
derecha, ensea a Don Lenhardt la forma como debe coger
el *te para pegar incogibles a los lanzadores izquierdos que
a* enfrenten contra los Medias Blancas. Lenhardt fue ad-
quirido recientemente por los Medias Blancas en una serie
de transacciones.
ECO UNIVERSITARIO
Por K t B
Kl
Pancho Secura
CANO EL CAMPEONATO
tenista ecuatoriano Francisco
Segura se impuso en das pasa-
dos en el campeonato profesio-
nal de tennis para retener asi
1 titule conquistado el ao
pasado en los Estados Unidos.
Segara quien se ha destacado
cono profesional se hizo acree-
dor a un premio de varios mi-
les de dlares por su reciente
bagis.
Calendario de juegos
I de la segunda vuelta
I del basket masculino
Lisa Provincial de Basketball
de 1*51
CIRCUITO MASCULINO
Divisin Mayor
Temporada de Campeonato
Segunda Vuelta
/
-JULIO
114Madurito vs Lord Chester.
116Mauricio vs Bam
Carta Vieja vs Chester.
I ItMadurito vs C. Vieja.
Chester, vs Mauricio
131Bam vs Chesterileld.
JSC. Vieja vs Bam.
Mauricio vs Madurito
125 O. Vieja vs Mauricio.
Madurito vs Lord Chester.
126Bam vs Madurito
130Lord. Chester, vs Bam.
Madurito vs Mauricio
i
AGOSTO
1Mauricio- vs Bam
C. Vieja* vs Madurito
4Mauricio vs C. Vieja
6 Bam vs Madurito
Lord Chester, vs C. Vieja
IC. Vieja vs Mauricio
Madurito vs Lord Chester.
IllLord Chester vs Mauricio
113Bam va C. Vieja
Madurito vs Mauricio
15C. Vieja vs Chesterfield
Madurito vs Bam
111Bam vs Lord Chesterfield
|20C. Vieja vs Madurito
Mauricio vs Bam
NOTA:Loe Juegos de los lu-
Ines se (nielan a las 7.30 p.m.
I,v los mircoles y sbados a las
T.OQ p.m
Universitario: Recuerda que la
Unin hace la Pueraa: Inscr-
bete en la Asociacin Depor-
tiva Universitaria (A.D.U.P.)
Estudiante Universitario, acu-
de al Gimnasio de la Escuela
Profesional hoy 14 de Julio pa-
ra que honres con tu presencia,
estimules a tus hermanos que
hacen un esfuerzo para levan-
tar el espritu deportivo de
nuestra casa de estudios. Haz
algo por tu alma mater que
bien lo necesita. Las Facultades
inscritas por ahora en basket-
ball son: Administracin Pbli-
ca y Comercio, Ciencias Puras.
Ciencias Mdicas, Fljosofia, Le-
tras y Educacin y la Facultad
de Derecho.
La Inauguracin, dla Jiata
de Basketball corre a cargo
de las Facultades de Filosofa,
Letras y Educacin va Derecho,
tambin miden fuerzas el Vo-
lley-ball las Facultades de Fi-
losofa, Ingeniera, Administra-
cin Pblica y Comercio y
Ciencias Mdicas.
Los equipos inscritos para
Volley-Ball son los de las Fa-
cultades de Filosofa, Ingeniera
Administracin Pblica y Co-
mercio y Ciencias Mdicas.
El domingo 5 en la maana
medirn fuerzas: Administra-
cin e Ingeniera. El domingo
22 en la maana medirn fuer-
zas: Ciencias Mdicas y Dere-
cho. Los arbitros sern: Mario
Garcern, del Instituto Nacio-
nal y el compaero Universita-
rio Carlos Muoz como Ano-
tador.
Recordamos a los balompe-
distas Universitarios No te creas
ms Importante que los dems,
no te crea.: una estrella y acu-
de al llamado del compaero
Jeramias Herrera, pues, de no
i cumplir, no ser tomado en
| cuenta para la seleccin que se
medir con el fuerte onceno del
Instituto Nacional el da 13 en
el campo de Santa Rita a las
! siete y media de la noche.
En este compromiso y en
cualquiera donde participe pr-
tate como buen estudiante; s
corts, no uses vocabulario
soez y ten presente que uno de
los dos conjuntos tiene que ga-
nar. Recibe el triunfo o la pr-
dida con una sonrisa, porque
lo importante no es triunfar
sino competir
Empataron Mendoza
y Dep. Crespo en el
baseball de Barraza
Los equipos Crespo y Miran-
da empataron a 7 carreras en
el reido partido que sostuvie-
ron anteayer en la continua-
cin del torneo de baseball de
Barraza.
Los del Crespo partieron por
delante con tres carreras en el
primer acto y aumentaron la
anotacin con tres carreras mus
en el segundo episodio, marcan-
do otra en e: tercer inning. Po-
ro los del Miranda no se desa-
nimaron y comenzaron a reac-
cionar en el tercer episodio con
tres carreras; en el siguiente
inning pisaron tres veces el ho-
me, y en el ltimo acto empa-
taron con dos carreras.
Cinco imparables pegaron los
cresplstas y siete los del Mi-
randa. Con este resultado el
Crespo contlnt en el tercer
lugar de la justa de Barraca y
el Miranda en el cuarto puesto.
La contienda prosigue maa-
na en el cuadro de Barraza
con los juegos Vailarlno vs Mi-
randa y Canad vs Mendoza.
Chesterfield vs Madurito
9.00 p.m. (mayor masculino)
En el primer turno de la no-
che correspondiente al circuito
menor masculino, chocarn
Dep. Pern vs Cela Gonzlez,
equipos stos que lucharn por
mejorar su colocacin.
En el segundo pleito se medi-
rn las damas del Malta Vigor
y Operten iue inician sus com-
promisos de la segunda mitad,
estando ambos equipos dispues-
tos a rendir la gran batalla.
El ltimo Juego y el de ma-
yor inters lo ofrecern Lord
Chesterfield y Madurito, encuen
tro que promete resultar suma-
mente reido, ya que los lti-
mos reorganizaron sus lineas y
se preparan a ofrecer dura lu-
cha en esta segunda vuelta.
Arosemena, Blades, Gmez, Mi-
colta, Agullar. Osorlo, Gonz-
lez, Trout, Lula Hooper, Agus-
tn Dlnolls, Sony Ce]Us y Mar-
celino de Obaldla son los inte-
grantes del Madurito. Este jue-
go aera dedicado al distingui-
do Galeno Dr Alonso Roy,
quien ha donado un trofeo pa-
ra el equipo que resulte ven-
cedor.La Liga rinde de esta
manera pblico homenaje a
uno de los desinteresados coo-
peradores del deporte.
Los arbitros de hoy son Car-
dales, Soto, Bula, Quintero, F.
Perdomo y Roa; anotadores,
Coutte y De Sedas, Cronome-
tristas, Aizpuru y Mena, Ins-
pectores, Villalobos, Gitten..y
Zeballos. i..t
En 19 Episodios Vencieron
Los Medias Blancas Al Boston
Anoche Por Anotacin De 5-4
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
La Liga Provincial de Basket-
ball rinda at neohe 1
Gimnasio Nacional tributo al
distinguido Dr. Alonso Roy,
joven mdico que fu una at
as "estrellas" del Baiketball
del Instituto Nacional y amigo
1H% de los deportista. Bl dh-
tinguldo galeno al aceptar la
designacin do lmar la pri-
mera bola en el juego mayor
masculino de esta noche entre
Chesterfield y Madurito, agra-
deci la gentil designacin y
dijo qne donar un trofeo para
el equipo que resulte vencedor
en este encuentro. El Dr. Alon-
so Roy hiio estudio a secun-
darlos en el Instituto Naelvnal
y luego te dir.gl a una Uni-
versidad de les Estados Unidos
de Norte Amrica, donde obtu-
vo brillantemente el titulo de
Doctor en medicina, es un es-
pecialista en enfermedades d
la vista, odos y garganta, pres-
tando amplia cooperacin con
su profesin a los deportistas.
El joven Galeno es mdico de la
Liga de Basketball, y nada
ms justo que brindarle publi-
camente este merecido recono-'
cimiente a su gran cooperacin
y espritu deportivo. Cumple de
esta manera la Liga Provincial
de Baiketball una deuda de
gratitud para con el Dr. Alonso
Roy, destacado y ejemplar pro-
fesional al servicio del deporte.
El levantamiento de
pesas cooperar en
el homenaje a Checa
El Levantamiento de Pesas
prestar tambin su efectiva
cooperacin al Homenaje a Jos
Checa el domingo 29 de Julio,
y con tal motivo se presentar
un Concurso Relmpago en el
cuadro de Barraza en la fecha
mencionada.
El Coach de Levantamiento
de Pesas del 50, Ornar Revello,
tendr a su cargo la presenta-
cin de los levantadores, y ac-
tuarn destacadas figuras co-
mo los campeones Hermn Ree-
ce (Don Mendo), ngel Fami-
glletti, asi como Rogelio "Dic-
key" Peredes, Carlos Evers etc.
Daniel Carpi comenz
a entrenar para cruzar
el Canal de la Mancha
LONDRES, Julio 14 (UP)
Daniel Carpi, el nadador pe-
ruano que vive en la Argentina,
se dirigi a Folkestone, cerca
de Dover para comenzar a pre-
pararse para tratar de cruzar a
nado el Canal de la Mancha.
Se Inform que durante su
adiestramiento Carpi dispon-
dr entre sus alimentos carne
argentina. Carpi confia en que
ganar el concurso de natacin
organizado por el London Dally
Mall que ofrece premios por to-
tal de 7,000 esterlinas y dos
copas del "festival de la Gran
Bretaa" al primer hombre y
la primera mujer que crucen
el Canal. Pero Carpi tendr
que competir con 18 hombres
de los mejores nadadores de
distancias largas del mundo in-
cluyendo ai vencedor del ao
pasado, el teniente Hassan Abd
El Rehlm de Egipto.
El entrenador de Carpi Tom
Fogg haba manifestado que
aunque Carpi "necesita gran
cantidad de carne y litros de
leche durante su adiestramiento
por lo que a mi respecta, lo
ms que podr conseguir ser
una racin semanal de diez pe-
niques de carne que le corres-
ponden de su tarjeta de racio-
namiento". Sin embargo, se au-
po que el Embajador argentino
autorizar a la corporacin ar-
gentina de carnes para que d
una racin extraordinaria a
Carpi durante su adiestra-
miento.
Carpi fue campen de na-
tacin de la Argentina cuando
tena 12 aos y desde enton-
ces ha establecido varios re-
cords en el estrecho de Gibral-
tar y en el rio Plata
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los medias Blancas de Chi-
cago empataron virtualmente a
los Medias Rojas de Boston en
el primer lugar al imponerse
anoche en 19 episodios por ano
tacln de 5 carreras a 4. Un
largo fly de Don Lenhardts
permiti que Nelson Fox ano-
tar la carrera ganadora en
este juego el ms largo de los
partido: nocturnos efectuados
en las Grandes Ligas. Mientras
tanto los Indios de- Cleveland
derrotaron a los Yanquis por
11 carreras a 8. Bob Lemon ob-
tuvo su novena victoria de la
temporada.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana domingo:
la. Poltico, por Jinete gana...
i Fulmine... su nombre asust a;
Bob Porter field gan su se-' 2a. Mandinga... la cucaracha
gundo Juego al derrotar los Pe- se impone...Protn por Jinete
nadores de Wahlngton a los peligra; 3a. Don Arceilo.. .des-
Tigres por 3 carreras a 1. Loj pues de su debut se impone...
Carmelitas vencieron a los Atl-
tlcos por 8 a 0.
En la Liga Nacional los Dod-
gers lograron su octavo triunfo
consecutivo al derrotar por I a
6 a los Cachorros los cuales su-
frieron as su octavo revs co-
rrido.
Cooperan las casas
comerciales con el
Boxeo Amateur
Por DARKINS
Contina la comisin de bo-
xeo recibiendo premios para los
aficionados que toman parte
todos los Jueves en el Gimnasio
Nacional.
Bl incansable Vlce-presidente
de la Comisin Amateur seor
Don Guillermo Garca de Pare-
des contina en su labor de
conseguir cada semana ms
obsequios de conocidas casas
comerciales de la localidad pa-
ra los aficionados y el pblico
asistente.
Las que donaron premios esta
semana se encuentran El, Cen-
tral 81. Almacn La Seleccin,
Casa Tolo Barato. Joyera Ha-
waii, Librera Estudiantil. La
Destilera Nacional y La Com-
paa De Productos Armour.
En nombre de los integrantes
de dicha comisin les damos las
ms sinceras gracias.
Tulra... debe llegar segundo;
.a Cyclone Malone...sl aorre
los arropa... Roadmaster,... di-
cen que es bueno; Sa. Dictador
...impondr su clase...Rathlin
Light... llegar tarde; 6a.. The
Bath Road...por categora de-
be caminarlos...In Time...por
distancia y monta, puede; la.
Prestigio le) la triple entrada
En los otros Juegos los Rojos de Farrugla estar defendida
por Lacnico...Hit...saldr de
foul; 8a. Lacey...en trabajo lu-
ce en Inmejorables condiciones.
El Mago...ni Chang con l; Ba
MarseIlesa.. .la nativa est en
sus mejores formas...Flamenco
...puede sorprender, no lo des-
cuide; 10a Caaveral., .regresa
a tumbar dizque la caa...Sin-
gapore ... con toda y la monta
que tiene no debe bajar de aqu.
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alsamora
Este comentarlo lo hacemos
con el nico fin de hacer ver
a nuestras autoridades hpicas
la necesidad inmediata de or-
ganizar una Escuela de Jinetes,
que tanta falta hace en nues-
tro hipdromo nacional. Pone-
mos el caso del aprendiz1 F.
Castaedas a quien le fu sus-
pendida la licencia de Jinete
provisionalmente, por no reunir
la capacidad necesaria; quisi-
ramos que el Cuerpo de Comi-
sarlos nos dijera a quien de-
jan ello encargados del apren-
dizaje de estos muchachos?
Lo poco que estos muchachos
saben de guiar equinos es a
base de sus esfuerzos propios,
aqu en Panam tenemos muy
buenos exjinetes que estamos i
seguros que al ser requeridos su |
servicios por las autoridades
correspondientes no se negaran
a ello. Ya es hora pues como
hemos dicho en ocasiones ante-
riores que 'nuestras autoridades
hpicas despierten de ese le-
targo en que estn sumidos.
de Cincinatti ganaron a los
Bravos de Boston por 2 a 0, los
Phillies a los Piratas por 3 a 2
ylos Gigantes al os Cardenales
de San Luis por 14 a 4.
.
El Dep. Azteca
vend al Frente
Patritico, 7 a 3
Por S. H. VALDI J^-
BSTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Liga de BasebaU de Santa Rita
(Mayor)
G. P. Pjo.
Dep. Azteca .......S LtOO
Dep. Dragones .... 1 .750
Dep. Granillo ......I 1 .500
Pte. Patritico..... 4 .000
Silvestre Barnett, logr ayer
en la tarde en el Estadio Olm-
pico su primera victoria en la
Liga de Baseball de Santa Rita,
al vencer el'Dep. Azteca por 7
a 3 al Frente Patritico en 8
actos, permitiendo que su no-
vena conservara su inmaculado
Invicto.
Barnett, permiti 4 impara-
bles, ejerciendo un dominio ab-
soluto sobre sus contrarios,
quienes incurrieron en 9 peca-
dos. Los ganadores estafaron 10
bases para empatar la marca
de los Dragones el da anterior.
C. Camarena, ,perdi su se-
gundo juego en dos das conse-
cutivos, los Indios le conectaron
7 hits entre ellos cuadrangla-
res de S. Woodruff en el 8o.
con un compaero a bordo:
R. Pinzn con 1-1, S. Woo-
druff 3-3 e I. (Panam) Moya
3-2 resultaron los mejores ba-
teadores de la tarde.
Anotacin Condensada
C. H. E.
Dep. Azteca > 7 7 I
Frente Patritico 4 4*
Prximos partidos: Martes:
Azteca vs Dragones, Estadio
4.00 pm.
Juegos de la segunda
vuelta del torneo de
basketball femenino
Liga Provincial de Basketball
De Panam1951
CIRCUITO FEMENINO
la. Categora
Temporada de Campeonato
Calendario', de Juegos
Segunda Vuelta
JULIO
14M. Vigor vs Operten
18Daar vs M. Vigor
21Operten vs Daar
25M. Vigor vs Crdenas
Uno de los mejores jinetes
chilenos que han montado en
nuestro hipdromo L. A. Daz
se encuentra actuando bajo
jugoso contrato en el Brasil.
No llegamos a explicamos el
por qu este ao nuestras au-
toridades hpicas no han hecho
un Clsico Handicap en honor
de la fecha Clsica de Francia
o sea La Toma de La Bastilla,
ya que este da ha sido deca-
rado por el Gobierno Nacional 28Cardenas vs Operten
Dia Feriado. Debemos recordar
que Francia fu el primer pas
que trat de ayudar a Panama
con la construccin del canal,
sin embargo cuando llega al-
gn artista o una reina o lo
que sea, se le rinde tributo con
un Handicap. Estamos seguros
que de haberse hecho algo el
Cuerpo Diplomtico de ese que-
rido pals hubiera contribuido
con una magnfica copa. Que
no vuelvan a Incurrir de nuevo
en estos errores nuestras auto-
ridades hpicas, son nuestros
mayores deseos
Gran Entusiasmo
Por El Homenaje
a Jos A. Checa
Por DON TORO
A pesar de que hay indivi-
duos que se han dedicado a la
Innoble tarea de recoger dine-
ro para el homenaje a Jos A.
Checa, sin estar, autorizados,
los organizadores del menciona-
do acto seores Joaqun A. Or-
tega c., Julin Rivera N. Artu-
ro Illueca, Guillermo Hinds,
Gofredo Orlmaldo y Jos A.
Pabilo Jr., han podido deposi-
tar en la Caja de Ahorros la
suma de 276.30, gracias de las
donaciones que se han recibido
y las cuales aparecen detalla-
das en seccin aparte.El ho-
menaje comenzara a las 9.30 a.
m. del da 29 del presente mes
en el campo de Barraza con un
programa especial el cual ser
dado a conocer la prxima se-
mana y a las 12 y 10 p.m. los
Invitados irn al club Palmira
donde se brindar un agasajo
en honor de Chequlta.
Es casi seguro que se le con-
seguir a Chequlta un terreno
en Peonclto y con los B.400.00
como mnimo que ha de recibir,
si es que hay verdadera coope-
racin, se podrn dar los pri-
meros pasos para ir haciendo
algo.
Una informacin para los
amigos de la Liga de Barraza,
es que el Mayor Alfredo Ale-
mn gran deportista, ha con-
seguido un tablero con la Cer-
vecera Nacional, para las ano-
taciones de la Liga de Barra-
za; ser uno de los mejores ta-
bleros de un circuito menor.
Tan pronto el tablero est
colocado lo cual se espera en
estos das, un grupo de depor-
tistas de Barraza irn a darle
las gracias al Mayor Alemn.
SIGUE LUCIENDO. Ted Williams, el costoso jardinero de
loa Medias Rolas de Boston, nos muestra aqu la forma como
ejecuta el "swing" cuando bota la pelota. Ted William, haata
la fecha llera 18 euadrangularos, y se mantiene entre los
rimeros bateadores de la Liga Americana.
El Campeonato Del Ftbol De
Ia Quedar Resuelto Maana
Interesantes partidos de ft-
bol se presentarn maana en
la ciudad capital y en Coln,
con la participacin de fuertes
y aguerridos equipos, particular
mente los encuentros del cir-
cuito mayor de esta, ciudad,
donde se decidir el Campeo-
nato.
El programa para maana
que ofrecer la Liga Provincial
de Panam en el Estadio Olm-
pico est arreglado en la al-
guien te forma:
2a. Categora
Pacifico Jr. ts Hispano Jr.
8.45 ajn.y
Amrica ts Hispano Jr.
10.48 am.
Primera divisin
Aneen ts Ibrico
2.15 y
Ditranl ts Huracn
4 p.m.
La Justa de Vista Hermosa
tiene para maana cuatro lan-
ces entre los oncenos.
Gesto como el del Deportivo
Bella Vista de otrora, es algo
que merece una voz de aplauso,
le obsequiaron a Chequlta B.
50.00.Sern capaces los equi-
pos femeninos nuestros regalar-
le algo a Chequlta por modes-
to que sea?
Con Magnficos
Peloteros Cuenta
Bocas Del Toro
COLON, Julio 14 (Por Nando
Quintero)Ayer en las horas
de la tarde lleg a esta ciudad
el destacado deportista bocato-
reo Samuel Anderson y por
muchas horas estuvimos depar-
tiendo y recibiendo informes so
bre los deportes de la Provincia
de Bocas del Toro.
El deportista Anderson es uno
de los mayores impulsadores de
la pelota aficionada en la Pro-
vincia del Abac, y ha mante-
nido equipos en las Ligas Pro-
vinciales de aquel sector y aho-
ra sostiene al 'Deportivo Tropi-
cal" que se mantiene, a la ca-
beza del torneo bocatoreo. Su
viaje a esta ciudad ae debe a
que personalmente trae los se-
leccionados por su Provincia
para que sean tomados en cuen
ta por la Federacin Nacional
de Bisbol al escoger la Selec-
cin Nacional que ha de repre-
sentar a Panam en el certa-
men con sede en la ciudad de
Mxico.
Loa peloteros escogidos por la
Provincia de Bocas del Toro son
V'iston Brown que lansa muy
bien, batea recio y Juega ade-
ms de centerfleld y en el cam-
po corto, Harley Harber la re-
velacin de Chltr lanzando y
Juega en la tercera bue, Ran-
dolph King lanzador muy efec-
tivo, Carlos Hern una tercera
base muy buena y recio en el
bate, Reinaldo Grenall. Jardi-
nero y peligroso con el bate en
todo momento tal como lo de-
mostr en Chltr al mantener-
se en todo el Torneo como l-
der y Silvestre MacDonsld que
no necesita recomendacin co-
mo receptor de primera linea.
Lefevre ts Arsenal
9.49 a.m.
Lloarado ts Dep. Pern
11.19 a.m.
Jut. Catlica ts Dep. Chester.
1.45 p.m.
Orion ts Ibrico
3.49 p.m.
Los juegos de la Liga de Colon
correr a cargo de ios conJ un-
tos:
Abel Bravo ts Panam Sporting
1.15 p.m.
Centuria ts Arguelles
2.30 p.m.
Ambos de la segunda divisin
y
Ferris vs Roque
4 p.m. del circuito Mayor
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
INSTITUTO DE GIMNASIA '
Y DEPORTES
Informa a todos sus miem-
bros que maana domingo ten-
dr una Importante reunin en
su Gimnasio del Estadio Olimni
co a las 10 y 30 a.m. par* tra-
tar y acordar varios asuntos
de inters general, por lo que-;
pide la puntual asistencia a
todos sin excepcin.
El campen Baby
Green golpe al
arbitro Castaedas

DARKENS
Un incidente que merece la
consideracin de la Comisin
de Boxeo profesional sucedi el
Jueves ultimo en el Gimnasio
Nacional cuando el boxeador
Baby Green, actual monarca
de los gallos golpeo al arbitro
Goyo Castaedas.
Resulta que Castaedas como
arbitro le llam la atencin a
Oreen para que observara las
reglas como manager dentro
del cuadriltero,. y eso file su-
ficiente para que el campen
Oreen arremetiera contra Goyo
Castaedas.
La Comisin de Boxeo Ama-
teur orden la detencin de Ba-
by Green, actitud que condena-
mos nosotros ya que ellos bar.
debido presentar el caso a con-
sideracin de la Comisin ris
Boxeo profesional para que im-
pusiera una fuerte sancin por
este gesto antideportivo.
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA
A FKIKBA DE MOHO
Tartaleta la Ecommia Nacional!
AGOSTO
1M. Vigor vs pperten
4Daar vs Crdenas
8Operten va Daar
11Daar vs M. Vigor
15Operten vs Crdenas
18M. Vigor vs Crdenas
NOTA:Los Juegos se efec-
tuarn los mircoles y sbados,
en las horas de la noche en el
Gimnasio Nacional, y comenza-
rn inmediatamente termine el
primer partido del programa d:
la fecha.
Los Rones Deben
Eliminar Les Addos
B ou.rpo humano e deehaee Sal
cao da Aeldo y dMp^lciM vom-
ooioa da la Baare, por medie de lea
nuere millonee de dmlautoe tubo, e
nitro de loe rlnonee. Si ""'J*"??
de loe rttonw o 1 7*J.""!",
tufrlr eoa lerantadea nuulumai, ner-
lmbase, dolora de
oyunturee.
acdeaVardor en loe conduela, de-
ildTe. aTnecaldad de eetlmniame
diuretic*, oruebe C/eU.
Daheaaae del acido ftrtad T loa
TanSoeToT "oet* "**dlo. ""S
Cvatax. au. ae un diurtico eetlmu-
SSlftVt rlSone. y ]*Ue**o oa
la Irritacin funcional de le. Teja
vite urinaria en eetade deaeMea,
Cyetex atlefaeer, a ueted oaanleU-
ente y ser*, t medlela ejne ueted
Weelta.Tr?a7Cy.tK *or
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Buen Whisky Escocs
JOHNNIE WALKER
NACI N 1120-
SIGU TAN CAMFANTt
Mm rafter Saa* tai. Stele* WkUky
Bimllkn, KOmwniA, tmmlmmd.


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PL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDP^ENDIENTB

SBADO, JULIO S, a
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FILATELIA__Este juego de nuevas estampillas conmemorativas
fue emitido en conexin con el Festival de Gran Bretaa. La
estampilla de 2/6d nos muestra el barco "Victoria" .de Lord Nel-
son; la de 5 chelines nos muestra a Dover; la de 10 chelines a San
Jorfe y 1 dragn; la de una libra nos muestra el escudo real;
la de 2' i peniques tiene a Mercurio, Dios del Comercio y la de
4 peniques el smbolo del Festival de Gran Bretaa.
Maana CENTRA! Gran Matinal
Gran ESTRENO Primicia!
TIM HOLT
El Rey de los Vaqueros, en
LA LEY DE LOS
' BANDIDOS
Tambin
CORTOS en COLORES! .
EXTRA!
A Cada Nio se le
, REGALARA
Una Fotografa
Tamao Grande de
TIM HOLT
Adems:
Otra Gran RIFA con muchos
PREMIOS! .. No se pierdan
este programa v pidan su fo-
torrafia de TIM HOLT!
LUX
JUEVES
Aire-Acondicionado
FILMADA EN LA
PROPIA INDIA-
MILENARIA!
,A PELCULA GRANDE
de ia M-G-M para 1951 I
Y EN EL
TEATRO CECILIA
Slo lo Pantalla Puede Ofrecer un Espectculo de la
t': -"'itud y Colorido de
"KIM DE LA INDIA"
Grandes Co Jrnlos, Palacios y E.c:n;rk>s! ... Aventuras
F. nt?li?as y Roma -ce Cautivador!,.. Y Accin Trepidante!
HOA-1090 HOW-1230
Radio Panamericana
P.M.
3:30
3:45
4:00
4.15
4:30
4.45
5:00
5:15
5:30
6:30
7:00
7:15
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8:45
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0:30
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11:00
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PANAMA
HOY SBADO
Arsenio Rodrguez
y su conjunto
Carrera
Bellsario Lpez y su Orq
Correr
Msica peruana
Carrera \
Msica variada
Carrera
Bailables panamericanos
Carrusel musical
Grandes organistas
del mundo
El Piano Marico
Nuestros artistas
Acordes porteos
El Hit Parade
Canta Mara Victoria
Msica tpica
Zarzuelas de Hoy
Intermedio, msica
escogida
A bailar
Boleros favoritos
En el mundo de loa
Clsicos
Buenas noches
COLON
MAANA DOMINGO

8:00 Buenos das
8.03 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
H fl Y "SIGUE EL XITO
** v DE LA PELCULA
QUE TODO PANAMA
RECOMIENDA!
DOLORES DEL RIO
JORGE MISTRAL en
HOY y MAANA!
Desde las 10:00 a.m.
tfismsmtAS
aCMf#rmoH0iirn!BVivt I
CREACIN DE
PEDRO INFANTE
DESEADA
Profesin en la Cmara de
Representantes por actitud
de los Comunistas en Corea
WASHINGTON. Julio 14 (UP)
- El representante Repub;k.c-
no Leslie C. Arends protesto c:
la Cmara de Representantes
por los "ultrajes" de los conq-
uistas a los negociadores nor-
teamericanos en las entrevul:<.<
preliminares de la tregua tn
Corea.
Arends dijo que a los nortea-
mericanos se les asegur que
Kaesong, lugar de las entrevis-
tas, era una ciudad "neutral",
pero que result estar en mai.os
de los comunistas; que aun
cuando se les asegur que no
habra demostraciones de ar-
mas, dondequiera haban solda-
dos comunistas armados.
"Creo que la Cmara debe ty-
Qu delito cometi para
que lo condenaran al Pre-
sidio de donde nadie ha
podido escapar?. .y
uKhui 2P la KTKKLLl'lrt
roco sagaon
Escenas inquietantes to-
madas en el terrible Pe-
nal Mexicano!...
Una pelcula excepcional que
enaltece a la Cinematografa
Azteca!
HOY Medianoche HOT
CECILIA
A las 11 p.m.
A MEDIANOCHE
Podr ver la pelcula de
ms angustiosa actuali-
dad! La verdad sobre el
trafico de drogas que mi-
na la Juventud de Amri-
ca!... Un problema de vital
importancia, dicho en for-
ma desnuda!..
'SUEO
INFERNAL"
TODAY i MOJM1
MENACE!..
DAIIW EXPOSE OF THE DEVIL MIC
TURK IN lENNIES GOOEIES mi
7WWA5 IT IEAM EXISTS
maana. TEATRO TROPICAL
MAANA!
A las 10 a.m.
GRAN FUNCIN
MATINAL!
A las 10 a.m.
"LA LEY DEL VAQUERO"
eon JOHNNY McBROWN
Adems:
LEO GORCEY y su Pandilla, in
"HAY QUE SER VIVO"
Precios Populares! Adultos: 0.25 Nios: 0.15
A todos los asistentes se les obsequiar con una Cajeta
de HELADOS y un CUPN para participar en la
Gran Rjfa de Navidad!
Maana se despide Chang
LA RED PANAMERICANA,
presenta:


i
EL RABE
Una creacin de Edgar del Este.
Escribe: Jos Luis Cereijo.
16 DE JULIO,
11.15 A.M.
1090 KILOCICLOS,
H.O.A.
PANAMA
H.O.W.
COLON
En el Teatro Nacional, maana Domingo, har su despedida
del pblico de Panam el gran Mago Panameo CHANO, quien i
ha causado la sensacin ms grande que ha tenido en la vida tea-
tral en Panam en los ltimos aos. Chang dar una funcin de
tarde para los escolares, dedicada a ellos, con precios muy redu-
cidos; y en la noche la funcin es a beneficio de la Biblioteca In-
fantil, Esperamos que se llene ambas funciones a homenajear il |
gran artista, quien ha llevado el nombre de Panam en lugares
apartados y grandes centros mundiales. En ambas funciones Chang
presentar su nmero hecho especialmente para Panam "Un
Viaje a Panam" en el cual toma parte el conjunto tpico de
Lenidas Cajar; la presentacin ser completa con todos los deco-
rados. La funcin de la tarde comenzar a las 4:00; en la noche
a las 9:00.
xtmvu..
NCANTaG
AIRE ACONDICIONADO
-HOY-
DOMINGO y LUNES!
Accin! Romance! Aventuras! Bailes! Canciones!
EN UN SENSACIONAL DOBLE EN TECHNICOLOR
(.TOM IWttl
r,......, FRITZ LAN3
nMM.w LMAR TROTTI
LA PATRULLA
INDMITA"
WIUIAM
HAVER-LUNDIGAN
OtlA DENNIS HAMY
IMESI
Ufkr
SOLO TU Y YO'
mar en serla consideracin cjue, nio en las maniobras y nto- I
cada ves que el Ooblerno de j elaciones. Debemos pregumai-
Iruman entra en una situacin [nos si stos sucesos no son el j
cerno sta es superado en inte- preludio de otra Yalta".
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Dick Powell y Rhonda Fleming en
"PELIGRO" !'
SE ESTRENARA EL JUEVES EN" EL CENTRAL.
La apasionante historia de un hombre que ha sido enviado a
la crcel por medio de falsas acusaciones, y que, al ser puesto en
libertad determina encontrar y castigar a los que lo traicionaran,
es el tema en que est tejido el drama "Peligro", cuyos protagonls
tas son Dick Powell y Rhonda Fleming.
Dick Powell y Rhonda Fleming, la pareja estelar del drama "Peli-
gro", intensa pelcula de intriga y misterio que distribuye la RKO
Radio, y qne ha recibido con aplausos el pblico y la critica.
CENTRAL
12:45 1:17 4:31) 8:43 .:>
Alan LAUD a> Mom FREEMAN, en
"EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
- Xn Tecnicolor I i
Y EL DOCUMENTAL
"UN AO EN COREA"
BELLA VISTA y TROPICAL Simultar.eamtt.te!
ACLAMADA COMO LA MEJOR
PELCULA DE GUERRA DE ,
TODOS LOS TIEMPOS I
Le vbrente historie de
loe velientee que desem-
bercendo en Normendle e
rigre y Fuego elcenie-
ron le victoria final I
David BRIAN John AGAR
Frank Lovejoy Suzanne
ABRINDOSE
PASO"
TEATRO LUX
Jane Powell y Ricardo Montelbn
- en ,
"Dos Semanas de Amor'
(EN TECNICOLOR)
El Romance de Todos Lo Tiempo!
VARIEDADES
LAURA HIDALGO
La mas bella ac-
triz del cine ar-
gentino y "Los 5
Grandes del Buen
Humor" en u n a
Comedia. Musical
despampanante t
"CINCO GRANDES Y
UNA CHICA"
TEATRO ENCANTO
Aire Acondicionado
Tyrone Power, n
LA PATRULLA INDMITA
- y -
June Haver, en
"SOLO TU Y YO"
TEATRO TIVOLI_
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
Leticia Palma, en
"CAMINO AL INFIERNO" y
"LA HIJA DE LA OTRA"
___con Chachita
TEATRO IRIS
Rosita Quintana F. Soler
"SUSANA"
Fernando Rey, en
"SI TE HUBIESES
CASADO CONMIGO"
HISPANO
Esther Fernndez, en
"FLOR DE SANGRE"
- y
"EXTRAO CASO DEL
HOMBRE Y LA BESTIA"
CECILIA
UN DOBLE DE ESTRENOS I
John Carrol, en
*t
"ANGELES
SIN ALMA"
Adems:
"LA SELVA
RUGE"
Gran aventura en la Selva I
Y el Corto "EL MISTERIO DE
LOS PLATILLOS VOLADORES"
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
Fred Aetaira Jane Powell, en
"BODA REAL"
Ronald Colman Marlene
Dietrich, en '
"KISMET"
TEATRO EDISON
"EL CORREO DE~LA~
MUERTE"
Alexis Smith, en
"EXTORSIN"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"El Enigma de Las Torres"
(Eps. 3-4)
"CODICIA SIN LIMITES"
"AQUEL HOMBRE MI"
_VISTERMOSA_
" "EL REY DE LOS
HOMBRES COHETES"
CapU. 11-12) Adems:
"VENGANZA DE AMOR"
y "Buitres Del Desierto"
PAClF ICO
"EL BEY DEL
SABOTAJE" (I-X)
"El Unta Baaeiao"
da'ea el Nerta"
"Taal
iDtAL
"fllAH"
r
"TRUHN CON
SUERTE"
APOLO
"EL GRITO DE LA
"CABNE-
- y -
"ANACUCTO SE
DIVORCIA"
o r\ r\ c c i/ c / r -flash gordon en marte" n-i-3)
KKJKJOCVCL I "SALOME, LA EMBRUJADORA"
"SALOME, LA EMBRUJADORA"
y "NOCHE EN EL PARASO"
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