The Panama American

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01172

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VMANAMA, I. P-...MONDAY, JALY 16, 1951


Reports Progress At Talks


SlT M I U Commandant Fifteenth Naval District, gets a,
ll. i i*ry of -his*ey mtecil yesterday at the 32nd Annal Coniention bf the
t on D utment of the Car Zone held a- the Balboa Yacht Club, new home
0 -P&,bi ., No. 1. Left to ri.t, front rOW: Bfigadier General Francis A. March,
U V maus C x er, Ulted Otatel A 'my Carlbean; Governor Francis Newcomer Gov-
e he e' Admiral Bledsoe,'L. General William H. H. Morrisa. Jr., USA; Com-
,KlefaCbrf.-Crl bean Command; Hoxnorable Murray Wise, Charge d' Affaires, U. 8. Em-
b at Lt. Charles ft. Vandergrift, USMC, Veterans Administration Representative fr the
Zon6. Back row, left to right: Franlk ohmnn, Departmeqt Chapain; Lloyd Ritchle,
ornate NattlpnI Ax-Commltteeman; Lydia Nadeah residentt, American Legion Auxiliary;
NO MaRer, National Ex-Committeeman; Waldo Glley, AtUlntic Vice Commander; behind
8ea a .stnd Hana P. Pedersen, Past Department Commander and Major Leon J. Carrlng-
SAlected Department Commander; Betty Orawfbrd. National Ex Committeewman;
and J. BnKllton, Department Commander, VeteraVr Foreign Wars. .
(U. S. Navyhoto)


The United Nations five-man
negotiation team, headed by Vice
Admiral C: Turner Joy, arrived in
Kaesong by helicopter. The re-
mainder' of the party went as
usual by overland convoy.
The Communist promise to de-
militarize the city and its ap-
proaches was fulfilled to the hilt.

PanCanal Revises

System For Use

In Force Reduction
Revision of the regulations
governing the detention of lo-
cal-rate employes to include a
new category of "probationary"
employes was announced today
by the Personnel Bureau.,
Employes in other than tem-
porary positions who have been
less than 18 months of continu-
os service in the Compiary
government Organization will
be considered probationary em-

eategory until they h ve ttan-
pieted a satisfactory probalion-
ary period on or about July 1,
1952.
The establishment of this new
category for local-rate employes
is expected to serve two pur-
poses: screening of new em-
ployes so that they will be qual-
ifled and suitable for the work
for which they are hired and
provision of a new system for
reduction of force.
At the present time when re-
ductions of force are necessary
these are made principally on
a merit basis, -with length of
service a secondary factor.
Under the new plan, the prob-
atmonary employes will be the
second to be given force re-
ductions should reductions be
necessary. First will be those
employes hired on a temporary
status, second the probationary
employes and third regular em-
ployes.

King Leopold III

Ends Stonmy Reign


Bachelors Uncomplaining

As Girl Gluf Grips Miami
BY JAMES COOK
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sup ltes. Children and old folk
linedl up with bottles, pots, pans,
cups an every type of container
to 'get the precious fluid.
Residents of the city went to
church to pray for an end -to the
disauter. Most of them walked to
church, because of a gasoline
shortage.
The homes of at least 100,000
persons were under water.
Sens walled as police kept on
evacuating persons living in the
path of a floating fire on the
Missouri side fed by gasoline and
oil. and lumber yards. The blis-
tering inferno, set off. when an
oil slick became ignited, showed
sighs of subsiding, but violent ex-
plosions created huge waves on
the flood waters as floating oil
storage tanks were blown up by
licking flames.


Welcome Set
For New U. .

Envoy To RP

Top-ranking executives of the
Canal Zne and the armed serv-
id wlll- k KM e official group
IRm-the-UO Embasny on the
Cristobal pller tomorrow morning
'td'Wdtw thM ntt*wfi"WiKg~t"M
United States AmbassmgtMelMe
Republic of Panama nd MrW.
John Cooper Wiley.
The usual Ambassador's salute
of 19 guns will be fired; both the
Army and Air Force will have an
honor guard on hand.
The SS Heredia of the United
Fruit Company, on which the
Wlleys sailed from New ,York July
12. is due to dock at. 8:30 after
which the official party will tri-
vel to Panamna City by railroad
scooter.
Heading the embassy group
will be Chargh d'Affaires ad In-
terim and. Mrs. Murray M.
Wise, assisted by Louis C. Nolan,
economic attache and Mrs. No-
lan and Public Affairs Officer
Joseph J. Dempsey and Mrs.
Dempsey.
On the scooter's arrival at the
Panama City railroad station,
Mr. Wiley will be met by Camillo
Levy Salcedo. chief of protocol
for the Panama government.
Mr. Wiley has made a special
request that there be no press in-
terviews until after he has pre-
sented his credentials, an official
ceremony which will take place
about two days after his arrival
on the Isthmus.


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PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 16 (UP) Encouraged
United Nations negotiators returned today from their
fourth session with the Reds at Kaesong and reported the,
Communists had fulfilled 100 per cent their promise to
remove all armed guards from the area.
They reported "some progress" had been made in the
talks aimed at ending the Korean war.
Today's session was devoted to setting up an agenda.
This is regarded as one of the major hurdles on the way
to an ultimate ceasefire agreement.
The negotiators said today's was the most cordial of
any meeting so far.


Fiery Flood Guts Kansas City
Block As Firepumps Clog, Fail

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KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 1,
(UP) .- Firemen ran out of wa-
ter here today while fighting an
uncontrolled fire fed by .04-1
gall:911 of oil floating on the tur-
ilent watersof this city's worsat-
ever flood.
Twelve companies of firemen
had been pumping up flood Wa-
terto fight the fire that has de-
stroyed a business block of 24
buildings, and 20 huge oil and
gasoline tanks in four days.
This morning their pumps
choked with muck from the
dirty flood waters. There is al-
most no pressure in the mains for
them to draw on.
Though still flooding the Mis-
souri River, which is joined by
the swollen Kansas River here,
has retreated more than four feet
from the high it reached 3 a.m.
Saturday.
Kansas City is nearly paralyzed
by the fire and forced unemploy-
ment.
As the flood moves downstream
more persons are expected to
leave their homes and join the
500,000 evacuees in Missouri and
Kans"s.


Cut Leave Of


Local Workers

A newly proposed Leave ill
(S 832) reported y the full Sen-
ate Committee July 12, threatens
to cut annual leave of Army, Navy
and Air, Force civilian employes
on the Canal Zone sharply.
Rufus Lovelady, president of
Local 14 of the American Federa-
tion of Government Employes,
told The Panama American to-
day that he feels certain the new
leave bill will be passed "because
it saves the Government $175
million in leave"'
The new bill. if passed, will su-
persede the Douglas Amendment,
adopted June 19 by the Senate,
which previously exempted Canal
Zone employes from the leave-
cutting provisions.
In brief, the new bill provides
for 13 days of leave for employes
with less than two years service;
20 days for those who have less
than 15 years of service, and 26
days with 15 years or more serv-
ice.
The newly proposed bill will
enable these civilian employes to
accumulate .0 days of leave in-
stead of t0eretowor:0 B days.
tloyd the Pecabag Canal
Company will not be afteeted be-
.a y corded leave on



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Cho*e With Drugs,

Amorous Relations
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, July
16 (UP). Superintendent of
Schools Erasto Rivera Tosado
charged today that high school
girls here take drugs, "get drunk
with sailors around the corner
from the classroom," and carry
on "amorous relations" with
married men.
River accused some fathers
of "tolerating" their daughters'
Illicit affairs.
He called for voluntary action
to curb these extra-curricular
activities, citing the example of
one school whose girl students
had agreed to wear uniforms
"as a *defense against prostitu-
tion and immorality."


The convoy went unmarked by -
any white flags. Once in Kaesong
the 20 newsmen attached to the
party roamed at will through the
war-stained city. ,
SThe only armed Reds they saW
were military policemen. The],
were never halted or questioned*,'-
Today's meeting lasted on .
hour and 50 minutes, the short,
est thus far. It Was interrupted,
by a two-hour recess, ,
Joy presented the United N
tons stand during the first S
minutes of the conference. After
the recess he was followed by thll ,
chief of the Red delegation, North
Korean, General Nam I1. ,
There Is still no official an-' *
nouncement of the United Naf*
tions goals at the meeting, be6 1
yond the final one of a ceaeefire *
based on purely military conal-
derations.
The Reds have outlinedthre-g :
of their main points: i
1) An immediate ceasefire;
2) A dafllitarized zone
milds each side of the 38th pr
e1, with 't e 12y- e bufferot
unI C a. ie n s t .n-o-r M


Acting Governor James T.
Blair of Missouri has called out
four companies of the National
SGOuart at tansas City.
%.J. ZMpdent Truman Is to fIly over


ligec and waterght" a) watersp-
plant eletricity tnl1w persons

inud-eaked bodi i.Jto craks 1
.a $aggng viaatjhrd .the threat-
ened tmu ipa Jgt and water
plant unt. sandbags were rushed
In. .
Drinking g vater was running
short in Kansas City, Mo. The
city opened water service sta-
tions. where persons with no wa-
ter at home could get emergency

Mal. Carringlon

Is New Commander

Of Legfo ares
The newly elected Department
Commander of the American Le-
glon Is Major Leon J. Carring-
ton, ExecUtive Officer at the Ft.
Clayton Hospital. The elections
were held yesterday afternoon at
the annual Department Conven*
tion in the new American Legion
home in Balboa (old Sailfish
Club,)
Other- elections made were
three Vice-Commanders: Frank
Hohmann, Pacific. of Panama
Canal PoSx 1; John MacDermott,
Atlantic, of Nathaniel J. Owen
Post No. 3; and Comrade Hayes,
Outlying ofAruba Esso Post No.
1. Roger Grene of Post 1 was
elected Department Chaplain.
At the Joint seuion of the Pan-
ama Canal Department of the
Legion And Its Auxiliary. which
began at '10 a.m. Rear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe, commandant
of the 15th NAVa Dtstrict, deliv-
erpd the opening address, and a-
wards f* ouatoandin service
were, pree
meret COMM dto Past Depart-
S Com nt Juius Schrft-
giesser, iftre Paul Warner,
LMrs. Lo60 fon, American
Legion Auxay Program Chair-
man And to The Panama Ameri-
can and other local newspapers.
Lt. Joe Williams of the Armed
Forces Radlo Station turned his
award over to the "a'en who do
the work," Copl, Euene L. Shan-
non, (Army). Seamsn John F.
Bunting (Navy) and Pfc. Mal-
colm S. Hlty,, jrr. (Air Force).
Radio Station HOG was also
honored with an award.
Murray M. Wine, U.S. Charge
d'Affalres amepted the Ameri-
can Legion Med awarded an-
nually to the peson who has
contributed most eftectIvel, to
the Improvement of relations
between the Unte States and
Latin Amec In 'the absence
of Monnet B. Dab'tA whom the
award was i 4 l basador
Davis is now rto Iwrael.
In the ft lesson of
the conventl a the elec-
tions It Wi M yott 'amend the
by-laws in 64 to make the
psts of Depbggment Finance
Officer and tprtmrhent Ser-
Igeht-at-Arms a ptpave rather
tUa eledci


g1 .D ck atch Regiment Band,
iB er4, aove, out on thep age-old "Scottish'
el l P1 nama, during their brief visit to
IS Rangitane stopped over in Balboa
y wore met at tl 1hip by members
e:bad frbm Albroo AFB. '"Piped" off
I1a:. Black Watch broke ranks be-
'- y oi, exohangtb headgearr and cigar-
F--oe bandsIlen. The ainna Is Corporal Paul
S DW S the baa horn In the 76th. Drummers
oers and flautists showing flautists the sights,
U he "watch" on a quick tour of the Pacific
*op at Old Panama. A quick run down of
-atne out at an average 20 for both bands.


a note of markedly Increiase"d
diallty. ,
The Communist delegation d4
the unprecedented thing of posl
Ing for United Nations news phd.,
tographers at the windup of thel
session.

27 Fresh Divisins

Bring Korea Red's

Force To 70,000
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, July 10
(UP) The Communists have
moved at least 27 fresh divisions
up to the Korean front since the
ceasefire talks began, building
their battle force there to an es-
timated 720,000 men.
United Nations troops have
pounded the Red lines through-
out the week, trying to keep the
Red troops from any counterat-
tack during the truce negotia-
tions.
Through the week, the Com-
munist rear areas were clogged
with men and supplies moving
towards the battle line.
Most of the Red reinforce-
ments wert thrown into the east-.
ern front round Kumsong, where,
the United Nations troops won'
some high ground after a three-
day offensive which drove the'
Communists, back over seven
miles. I
The 8th Army noted a marked'
decrease in Communist reslstanw
around Hwachon and Kumwh%
Kumhwa.
Communist forces outside the
demilitarized zone around Kae-
song were also strengthened,
though nothing ominous wasseen
in that buildup.

Malik Says US
Yearns For Peace
- Just Like Russia

STOCKHOLM, July 18 (UP)
Soviet United Nations dele-
gate Jacob Malik arrived at Go.
thenburg today aboard the
Gripsholmbn and told reporters:
"I cannot tell you anything
about the Korea easee ne-
gotlations, but, I knowA there Is
the same ken loeafig for
peace in the United States an
there is In Russia."
Malk made history on the
Gripshelm by developing mor
charm than any ofher Russian
delegate conning home from the
the United- Nations.
Passengers suld he was Oom*
great smie" all tO way fIw
New a eoar taking art ian air
the Irthm damping,
aboard SxMet abSut M 6ft A


{Bonnte Scots,


Kilts and All.,


Take In Panama
A bit of bounlie Scotland breez-
ed in to the patio Of El Panama
Hotel yesterday when 46 mem-
bers of the Black Watch Regi-
ment Band of the Royal High-
landers "did their stuff" acconm-
panied to gay bagpipe tunes.
Dressed in beautifully pleated
kilts of a tartan design peculiar
to this regiment, the Bandsmen
exhibited their agility- nd fancy
footwork before entranced spec-
tators. Besides a lively "Broad
Sword" dance, they presented
the traditional Highland Fling,
and a foursome reel. At the end
of each dance they let loose with
a Scottish Whoopee call d the
Heuch, whieh is an enthusiastic
exclamationr.
A silver-t o nWe d tenor. Cpl.
James S tryker, wo applause
with his rendition of Mary of
Argyle and Westering Home,
The 19 week good-win tour of
the oldest ol rthe six Highluand
Regiments i took them through
Australia and ew Zealand, and
,they are now headed back to
their station in Germany. *
Major E.o k Walkerowhok the
gaunt, red-mdtn ached command-
er glanced appreclat hy n this
surroundings. "Everylqf1 t s s
wonderfully green and-ltorhaous,
I never Imagined It to te like
this" he said. / -
A young pianist, idward Bryan
Smith, whose main desire was to
ride In the Air Force jeep during
the tour thought "it looks pret-
ty good to me -, great thing to
tell the folks at home about"
" Having arrived at 8:30 Sunday
morning aboard the Rantahe,
the famous bat Dien With Air
ltorce as their ho-teahga ap-
sule Imprsslorn wt .Abrook. Fort
tteador, neoo K Old -Pans-
ma and El Panamn H l befe
leaving at noon.

Bishop Apmoean 7,,.
killed In Crho d
l SYDMEs. "t 10r I .rP) The
nlot and Six Px e"s He .I be-
Iteved killed #1a 09 AuS9luanm-
b ilt De Havilland Drover plan
whichh crashed Into the saf off
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Bisho A AUpint .ans. yRoman
Catholic bishoo of Madan& Neew
OPUMna W". ria"td .-..


He urged the island's school
girls to "compensate for the sa-
crifices their parents make to
keep them in school by devoting
their full time to their studies."


BRUSSELS, July 16 (UP)-King
Leopold II of the Belgians walk-
ed calmly into the throne room
from the Royal Palace here to-
day and carried out the cere-
mony of abdication which ended
his stormy 17-year reign of Bel-
gium.
There were no Indications that
demonstrations would mark Leo-
pold's abdication in favor of his
20-year-old son Prince Baudouin.
The king had called on his Ca-
tholic supporters to reserve their
demonstrations of loyalty till to
morrow, the first full day of the
new king's reign.
Leopold's abdication, complet-
ed in a ceremony lasting 18 tense
minutes, ended a 17-year stormy
reign, over half of which Leopold
spent either as a prisoner of the
Germans or in exile.

Watch Thief Draws
30-Day Jail Term;
Loiterers Get 10
A fine of $1 5 was imposed on
Philllp Theodore Williams, 25,
Panamanian, this morning in
Balboa Magistrate's Court on a
charge of loitering, and he was
sentenced to 30 days in jail on
a second charge of petit larceny.
Williams stole an Avon Wrist
Watch worth $17 from Francis-
co Tejada while in the foundry
of the Industrial Bureau at Bal-
boa.
On the same calendar, two
Panamanian boys, S6crates Vas-
quez, 18 and Luls Rojas, 16 were
sentenced to 10 days in jail for
lettering around the Tivoli Hotel
area without legitimate business
of visible means of support. _


MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. July 14,
(UP) Hotel managers conm-
ph,:inel today that the thousands
of man-hunting girls vacationlig
here this summer outnumber the
visiting bachelors by more.than
four to one.
The girls complained, o.- iut
the bachelors are quite happy
with the situation.
"Frankly,'all these surplus girls
have shaped up into a real pro-
blem this month." lamented
Charles Ooldberg,- manager of
the oceanside Hotel Deland.
"Most of them are attractive
working girls who came down
looking tnr a bW :riend -- maybe
even a husbanD. We can't even
supply thim w;. dancing part-
ners."
Ooldberg estimated there are
at least four "pretty and unat-
tached" girls to each bachelor re-
gistered at his hotel. .Other ho-
tels reported the fairer tourists
outnumbered the available mles
by ratios ranging from 2-to-l to
10-to-1.
The girls mostly secr ,
salesgiris %at school tea -
"have been complaining plety."
Goldbem gld.
"But there' only a limited a-
mount thee management am do
for thean,"lMIsad, .


The Delano's recreation direc-
tor works day and night trying
to maneuver the female guests
Into the path of a likely bache-
lor. Down the beach, the Sherry-
Frontenac provides "rhumba in-
structors" as dance partners. The
Monte Carlo imports a band of
soldiers from a nearby army base
on weekends to help even things
up
'Other beach hotels tried to
drum up convival male compan-
ions for their female guests by
organizing tea dances and "meet
your neighbor" cocktail parties.
At least one hotel offered spe-
cial hard cash to men brave
enough to register there.


Dutch Treat
AMSTERDAM, July 16 (UP)
-11olland's price war reached
ft point today where a number
of i-n's ouM sold In an Ams-
terdam department store for
these Duteh cents a pIece .
People began lining up on the
sidewalk noon Saturday.
In Utreebht one store was giv-
Inr away blve serge suits to
a2W customer who would kins a
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Iee -TVoge. eoef1 Central Ameica and Mexico. In
T tep StaP a say rvaent, the show doe= not ex-
The "ce Voue= of 1 left pet to return to its Mtai head-
Miami yesterday on one of the quarters until neat spring.
longest air tours In the history of
ahowbusiness a. 16, 00minle
journey around South America. Braoiff Movie Maker
vana> is the first atop on the Visits El Panama
ambitious itinerary of the troupe TeTla Wilson. Managing Direc-
-one of the faminos Holiday on tor of the Fitapatrick Travel
lc 'ompany shows Which Service spent a day in Panama
twice before hs Clippered to La- *'"nlliarxlzin himself with Hotel
tin America for shorter tours., tourist conditions andattractions '~RECKL5 AM lB ItM
The troupe of 46 performers, ., .ug Hotel Bl Panama in
inoludues ee skating stars from order to find out how his compa-
Europe. North and South Ameri- ny may stimulate travel of Ame- a CGaT
ca. A PAA cargo Clipper is trans- -...an citizens to the Republic. CABIN,~lSMI "
porting the show's props, cos- The Travel Service is an offshoot FOR CAMY
tumes and paraphernalia-about of the well-known Fitzpatrick L-
7,000 pounds from Miami to Travel-Talk film which have
Havana and on to Bogota, where been widely distributed.
the cargo will be increased by a
portable Ice-makin unit, add Recently a film covering the
another 0 pounds to the load. Installations of Braniff Airways
The refrgeating machine will throughout their entire network
accompany the troupe on the re- was made and this will be shown
mainder of the tour. to the general public. It has been
translated into five different lan-
While travel dates beyond Bo- guages.
got, are still Indefinite, the Itin-
erary will Include the following Wilson left this morning to
cities: Barranquilla, ,Colombla; continue his tour of South Ame-
'Port otspn. Tri ad; Belem, rica.
Recife, Salvador 1io' de Janeiro -
and 'ao Paulo, Brasil; Montevi-
deo. Uruguay; Buenos Alres and Dept. of Defense Announces New ALLEY 001 :
Ralo, Argettia;-leantiao and Pessoinel Travel Agreements
. Vparal, Cnhle; Lma, Fru; Substantial savings in Depart-
Guaya cuador; Call and meant of Defense personnel travel
Medelln, Colombla and Panama. costs will result from negotiations
From he Isthmus, the troupe recently-completed with members '.C
will Sither Clipper direct to Ma- of groups representing rail, mo-
ml or xtend Its tour through t ,and water carriers in the
nental United States, the
SDepaDrtment of'Defense said re-
cently.
The new passengers agree-
me OWALD JACOBcover carrierpassenger traffic
of the military services traveling
on Government Transportation
Requests over a majority of the
Nation's rail. bus scheduled and
Ron-scheduled airlines, and cer-
B! OSWALD JACOB! tain water carriers. They are ef-
Written foe NEA Service fOctive during Fiscal Year 1952,
Which began July 1. 1951. Based ------- -
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GA I A tin time stop nine," New Health and Energy
'afcid my friend, Alfred Sheinwold,
the other day. He had just de- Fols r 40
!e taetd a contract of three no- or0F ro KS Uver 4U
5 trump. and I let him get away
with his corny pun because his Easy To Take Iron
defense had been unusually fine.
Sheinwold held the West cards In New Tablet Form
and opened the five of spades.
Dummy won the first trick with Women and men, Icularly men who
d the deuce. Declarer next led worrY over workh o r finances, have
the queen of clubs, which held, y h9e
and continued with another club, lWh should you lose energy, grow
JUAN PALOMERAS which West took with the ace, ds--eo Aenta lly dullnervou
It was now up to Sheinwold to be at your best. w
COLON COLON make the shift in time. See if you Follow the lead of thousands who have
can find the right shift with all cripton-r erri nan- just the sort of bra-
the cards to help you. Be sure to cer and builder they need.
pick theright card as well as the Go today t= any first lain dru11st
and ask for a bottle of Ferrzan-the
right suit. new concentrated form of Iron-Take two
The killing shift is the eight of of the little tablets washed down with
S -hearts. East winswith the ace and a 1ass of water ten or fifteen minutes
a ''':*" returns the five of hearts to beore eals. The effect in 10 days' time
th fo r oiers ii g Es simply astond sh- i You see w to feel
,, ^West's king. Now West can lead new life coursing thru your body-energy
ithe four of hearts, giving East a is restored-back comes the will to do
,, .... finesse with the jack-seven be- sound-you feel Atw --ol n. ee
S hind dummy's ten-ix. sold at all good drug stores. Get a'
begin hearts by leading the king.
That will force East to win the
.......: second heart trick, and dummy's
ten will be a safe stopper.
It does no good, likewise, to
lead the four of hearts. That will
find West leading the eight of
1 \hearts on the third round of the
sult. Du mmy just plays low. and
A" there-are just three heart tricks.
4,-. Eat. cannot overtake, and West
canpOt continue the suit.
Incidentally. while we toss
compliments to Sheinwold for
coming up with the -_ift to the
eight of hearts, let's make a bow
to his partner also. East was
tempted to return a spade when
THEREG G E, he got in with the ace of hearts.
It was hard to believe that the
S A TORH DLO hearts were the best bet when
PYOU KNOW: West had led the eight.

M sKing of al
'You can tell lrom his whole beai,ng. lakes a prt4 CoghMes comes
S in himself. His clotheMs ara near and look a his r
shoes. Alua) Cuell polished. Mark my ords, thatN
man will get promotion." C d Canda O N-
No better clue to a smart man than well-polished The ging t oil e edicin.-
shoes No shoe polish gives a more lasting ine than ~uc ls CANADIOL Mixture --
S Kiwi Made on,. from t;,F -- anRd dyves nos been used for years In over 70%
of Cpnedo's homes. Fast working
triple acting Buckley's Conadiol Mix-
ture quickly loosens and raises phlegm
lodged.in the tubes.- ears air pas- The favorite...
sgea soothes rasped'few tissues.
one or two sips and wrt coming
speW ceases. You get result fast for
You feel the effect of Suckley's ins-
k '* w o ndwo cou..RUMi & COKEr
shoe polish cola"k nds f ....an odlon. -
Irig Ingredients luckley's DIOLI.- -IF__ I
MADI IN GE.AND Mixture is different from anything
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Duplieate BrIftsGanes
Tqe .at ly n ceate bridge
manes wi be held this evening
at thu~M arga a Clubhouse with
an invitation extended to .nv In-
terested resideJts to join the
Shewwinners of the games last
week were: East and west: 1stt.
Mrs. R. B. Ward and Mrs. J. A.
dam. 2 i, Mr,.Port.
Men wiath Mrs. 0& T: Swearin-
Mge rd. Carter M. Houston with
)., SNodrtehand South: 1st, Mrs.
GarlandcA. Orr and Mr. John M.
fthoestock: 2nd. Julius Loev and
W., ibson and 3rd Sam Roe
within Herbert Delgado.
Mr. Rouer Returning to States
Mr. Franta B. Romer of Mid-
dletown. N.Y., has been visiting
his daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Paul- Ackeian df lew
Cristobal. since, My, will sail Fri-
day on the "Cristobal" to return
to hl home'.
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy White of
Gatun, with Claire and dilly
Sailed Friday-to spend a vacation
with relatives in the New England
states.-.
fr. John M. Fahnestock of
F 0n Field left by plane Satur-
Miso visit his mother In Gull-
aMrs. Malle Chen. who has
evll visiting her sister aod
r.th lp-law. Mr; and
Mt- ot Colon. left
-Ain- to hero. e
Manuel
a Castillo let b^pI
as for a vaoaI0m ...
MI.. and Mrs. Roger Howe and
SdMrhter: Marym ere the guests
of Mr. Howes parents, Mr. and
M1s. David Howe, of Oatun, be-
ft Ttheir departure Friaay on
h"Panama." The Howes will
,I n Florida. Indiana sad New
Roampshire before returning to
3ieIsthmus* *q
SMiss Dinah ,Sa. the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isamac Sasso.
of olon. sailed Mrday for New
Zroe n route to. Silver Sprtngs.
Malnd. 1d. askao will saend
the winter with hpr cousins. Li.
Col. and Mr. 'JMes De Marr.
the former Misa Stella BoggFs. She
will entinue her high school ed-
ucation in aryl.nd.
Carlos D" t, son of Mr. and
Mrs, Lulai tJ. Dtucruet. of Colon
sailed Friday for New York. He is
en route to Miami. Florida.


the Inter-A
ib at the Co
i, Thursday,.


JTh dollar admission fee will
entilJe th guest to a chance onc
the Mr priz. Refreshments will
be SrUved. A Intereaing raffe
will be feat re of the afternoon.
Tickets w'be on sale by club
members.
The Woman'q Auxiliary of thie
IQttun Union Church is sponsor-
ink a "Routdup Card Party" to
be given Friday evening. July 30.
Cards will be played at the homes
of the members and everyone will
go Wthe church for Tefresh-
nents antd the awarding of prizes.



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comiaadina officer of the Coco
Solo Naval Station has received
- orders for duty at Corpas
rist. Texas, after completing a
two-year tour on the Isthmus.
Captain and. Mrs. Dumbauld
comsand-g office Of the Coc


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t. are du
to a ume he
tive Omcer of the
Naval Hosptal. He as-
Spositio recently a+

re, Club M*I ln
lefs' .Wives Club of the
SfNaval Station wll meet
Sat 3:00 p.m. at the 0oP.
it ble ladles are cordial-
Id and urged to join the


Bob DIU n meneiung
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
2 will hold a social meeting
T "pday at 7:30 p.m. The hostess-
Smo .tbes evening will be Mrs.
4 lMangogna., Mrs. Catherine'
and Mrs. Sheila 0'-
411 members are cordially In-
vited.to attend.
Rebekah Club Announeement
The Crataobal Rebekah Club
recently raffled an oil painting
entitled "frangl-pani." the work
of Mrs. Floyd McDermitt. The
ptfing was won by Mrs. George
;Wige Sr.. of Oatun with ticket
No. 29.
Mrs. Emma Estes donated the
Palntrg to the club to raise
ds for the organization. '

s Birthday Annivqrsary
..Ettl ,lzabeth P e a r s o n.
'er of Mr. and Mrs, Jack
.of Gatun. celebrated her
14r *thday anniversary with
na o the ground floor of
0Hon were used to form a
'o ?ver the able. which wah
X tefl with pink and green
cree 1aper and centered with a
lagS -pink and white cake.
eyoung guests were: Susan
BrI Sandra Blaynton, Mi-
chael 1Qasovsky., Phyllis Smith,
H Marie George, Beverly,
Oeotge. Beverly Gorman, Freddy)
Newhard. Elizabeth McLaren, Pa-
mela Theriot. Bobby Williaros,
Sandra Seacrist, Andra Lee Nash,
Virginia Thomas, Henry and Su-
sile Shirk. Billy Keepers, Butch
1.


more like n i V i -
topt present-i y
at i home hef
year illness.
Schoenberg was bdr711t Vien-
na and served In th A ar
my during World War .. e oamse
to the United St atos e eral
years ago and whi nk ar M tas
a U.8. citizen in 1041. e e.tlred
six years azo after teaohl at
the University of CaiOf a at
Lea Angeles.
The inventor of a 12-tone scale
with no dominant "key," SchObrt-
berg' composed almost entirely in
this unique scale.
"Compositions "with 12 tones
will evolve naturally.* he said.
"The public will like hela In the
same manner as it liked preced-
ing styles."
Among his best-known works
were Transfigured N ht, written
before he adopted tne 1t-tone
scale and Pelleas a matllande,
written in the new form-.
He was regarded U onp of the
world's great mutcal tledritas.
but often said he wotud prefer
being known as an tt,

Express Hits Milk

Train At Montreal
SWAWNTON. Vt.,uII IV(UP) -
A Bostn-bound epres train out
of Montreal slammed Into the
rear of a slow-movlgh milk train
here today and two passengers
were Injured. '
Hundreds of others aboard the
Central Vermont Railroad inter-
national train were shaken up
but otherwise unharmed.
-The steam lqcomotive of the
passenger train and three cars of
the milk train were badly dam-
aged.
Pennington. Patty Kunkle and
Dennis McNamee.
Shirley Keepers assisted with
the games.
Mrs. R. B. Ward assisted the
hostess and Mrs. John M. Klasov-
sky and Mrs. Lee Nash were also
present.


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A.M.
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30-Morning Salon
8:15-News (VOA)
8:30-Crazy Quilt
8:45-Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00-News
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:00-News
10:05--Off the Record
11:00-News
11:05-Off the Record
11:30-Meet the Band
12:00-News
12:05r-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00-News
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Rhythm and Reason
2:00-A Call From Les Paul
2:15-Date for Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Tuesday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Promenade Concert
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-PANA MU SICA STORY
TIME
6:15-Evening Salon
7:00-Master of Ballan tree
(BBC)
7:30-PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45-Jam Session
8:00-NEWS (VOA)
8:15-What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45-Time for Business (VOA)
9:00-Symphony Hall
9:30-Commentator's D i g e s t
(VeA)
Q93 port.sWorl4 an4 Tuneof
10:00-Variety Batidbok (BBCV
10:30-Cavalcade of America
(VOA)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off
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4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-David Rose Show
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-Lean Back And Listen
6:15-Evening Salon
7:00-To Be Announced
7:30-Sports Review
1:00-News and Commentary.
Raymond Swing .(VOA'
8:15-Platter Parade (VOA)
,8:45-Fun With Music I VOA)
8:45-Battle Report (VOA)
9:00-Story U.S.A. iVOAi
9:30-Commentator's Dig es t
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9:45-Sports. Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:00-The World At Your Win-
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11:00-Thte Owl's Nest
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL! LOTTWPY OF BENEFICENCE

Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1688, Sunday, July 15, 1951.
The whole tickets has 48 pieces divided I n two. series "A" & "B" of 24 pieces each.


First ,Prize


Second Prize


Third Prize


144.66
144.66
144.66
144.6
144.16
144.06
144.6
2,40.40


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144.06 2015
144I 2115
144.6 2215
144.66 2315
144ea 2415
144A.6 2515
144.WL 2615
144.0 2715
144.6 2815
2,40.1 2915


Prtses Noe
14a4. 3015
144.60 3115
144.@ 3215
144.60 3315
144.@ 3415
144.60 3515
144.00 3615
144.6 3715
144.,0 3815
2,400. 3915


3915


3794


5431


Prtie Nos
144.6 4015
J44."0 4115
144.00 4215
144.0 4315
144.6@ 4415
144.00 4515
144.00 4615
144.00 4715
144.00 4915
48,660. I 4915


144.6@
144.66
144.0@
144."@

141.66
144.0@
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144. 6215
144.006 15i
144.00 68215
144.6 631S
144.0 6415
144.60 I6515
144.00 6815
144.00 6715
144.00 815
2.48.0 6915


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144.6 7615
144.00 7115
144.0 7215
144."0 7315
144.6 7415
144.66 7515
144."6 7615
144.@ 7715
144.00 7815
2,40.6 i 7s15


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144.66
144.6
144.6
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144.66
144.86
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Approximations Perived From First Prize
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365 4geM.1 4S6.W 316 48Wf 3912 46 3914 486M.M 3917 486.M 3931 486.M 321 40.6 323 4M.M
3917 486, M 390 486.00 3911 480. 6 3913 48M0. 3916 48.0@ 3918 486.00 3920 480., 3922 48..0 334 4.W

Approximations Derived From Second Prize


13786 IN.M 3787 I20.: 3789 3791 3793 120. .3796 120. 379 8 12.N 38" 129.U 382 130.0


Approximations Derived From rhird Pnze
431 1431 144. 2431 144.. 3431 144. 4431 144. M 144. 7431 144. 431 144. i -144
5423 6M 6.0424 36 54M1 9-6 58 M 9S4 s_ $- 433 1.6 43 W.5437 3We 439 6.0
s 6.. 1IS425 .6 5427 .S es 5429 S 432 3. S43 6. S436C 6.u 543 M 6.-u M SW t

PriZe-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold at: 1st and 2nd in PanamA, 3rd in Col6n.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 5 and not Included In the above list win Forty-Eight Dollars (48.0) melt,
The whole tickets has 48 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"
Signed by: HOMERO VELASQUEZ, Governor of the Province of PanamA.,


MARIO H. CAL. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.


WITNESSES AeJ&ro Brown Jr.-Cedula No. 47-4851 JOSE GUILLERMO BATALLA,
,WNa ,. OleIm lersocal-C6dula No. 47-499M5 Notary Public, Panama .


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NEW YORK, July 16. (UP) apartment over his Zlegfeld Thea-
Jolyce Matthews. divorced wife ter on 6th Avenue. called police
of televUdai itar ,Milton Berle, after Miss Matthews went into
locked herself in a bathroom in the bathroom.
showman Billy Rose's luxurious "Hurry up. see If you Mcn save
apartment yesterday and slashed her." Police Sgt. William Carter
both her wrists with a double- quoted Rose as saying. "She tried
edged razor blade In a suicide at- to commit suicide."
tempt. Carter said he asked Rose If
Police said It took them 15 Miss Matthews had tried to jump.
minutes to get the bathroom door "No. she, has cut her wrists,"
open and put tourniquets on her Carter quoted him.
wrists. As police carried Miss Mat-
The beautiful 32-year-old for- thews out of the apartment to
mer showgirl, was taken to take her to the hospital. Rope
Roosevelt Hospital. A hospital said. they reported:
official said she was not in a cri- "Now is the time to have a wife.
tical condition and was expected I'm going to call Eleanor now."
to live. His wife. the former swimming
A spokesman at Berle's house star Eleanor Holm arrived a
said Berle had gone to a camp short time later.
for the day to visit their adopted
daughter. Victoria. Miss Matthews married and
After trying vainly to break divorced Berle twice. They have
down the metal door of the bath- one adopted child.
room. with a fire axe, police fin- Berle and Miss Matthews were
ally used an oriental sword which married the first time in 1941.
they saw on Rose's desk. Thev Six years later, the striking
slipped -it between the door and blonde former showgirl divorced
lock and pushed the lock tongue him in Reno sharing custody of
back. Victoria. now five years old. They
Miss Matthews. dressed in a were married again several years
pink summer cotton dress and later, but their attempted recon-
ballerina slippers, was lying face ciliation failed and they parted
down on the floor police said. once more.
Rose, who lives in a lavish a- Rose. producer and nightclub


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ioa Gun Club Captures

go Cup In Close Match


se Balboa Gun Club Rifle as the winners averaged over
i fted the "Ringo" Trophy 368.
the Albrook-Curundu team
Sred hot match with the The local riflemen had to post-
ore rifle at Far Fan Sun- pone "Knock off Jaffrsy Day"
by two big points. The Bal- once more as the Albrodk-Curun-
teatn was made up completely du shooter fired a blaming 381 to
pthe i-Balboa Junior shoot- upset the Isthmlan smallbore
S ho have dominated local champion, Dick Dillman who
bore rifle shooting for the fire 379. both scores being the
three years. but they had to highest ever fired on the Isthmus
aU out to cop this match from in this competition. Bill and Dick
SAlbreok-Curundu team which had to be hot as Jim Scheibeler
u also been rugged in compe- of Cristobal. Capt. A. C. Smith
cl t over the last twelve of the 45th Cavalry (Reconnals-
17 kdths. Aance Squadron to you), and Ev-
I erett Dillman fired 375, 373 and
='Mnhio match was the kind of 371 respectively for third, fourth
petition that makes small- and fifth places.
devotees Lhlik that theirs is
finest sport in the world. In The scores fired by the two
M match with a possible 1600 Dlllman boys carried Balboa to
SaOlnte including 20 shots in the the win and marks them again as
cult standing position, the the Canal Zone's finest small-
Zalboa riflemen fired 1474 againstI bore marksmen. Their consistent
t e 1472 chalked up bv Albrook- performance in position shoot-
dnrundu. Thec maih wasn't de- iing and that of Jim Scheibeler of
ided until the last shot was Cristobal should be a matter of
red. The Cristobal Juniors end- pride for all Zonians. These
up in third place w.ith 1433. three boys are fine competitors
SAs an example ot how hot the and fine gentlemen, and they are
s were in this competition, the excellent examples of what par-
qwining team average of 351 ticipatlon in the sport of the
,Mred las year. would not have steady hand and the sharp eye
M ade third place in this match, can do for a boy.
The detailed breakdown of the scores follows:
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;ALBOA No. 1-
F bick DIllman. .........
:tverett Dillman .........
4Blly oyce .. .. .. .. .
boe Fuller ...........
Team Total .... ........


hLB ROOK-CLTURUNDU-
S Jaffray .. ....
1, L Kemm ..............
.: Ul Merriman...........
U ri Mitchell............


Prone Standing Total
197- 9x 182- Ix 379-10x
194- 9x 177- 2x 371-lix
196- 6x 170- Ix 366- 7x
196- 6x 162 358- 6x
.. .. .. .. .. .. 1474-34x


Prone
199-11x
198-12X
10- 7x
199-12x


Standing
182- lx
170- 2x
168
160


Team Total .. .................. .....


bRISTOBAL JUNIORS-
Jim Schelbeler .. .....
Henry Wachtel .
Leo Constantine ......
-Rav Pinto ..........
Team Total ..........

BALBOA No. 2-
Lew Ryan ......
Clayton Breckon .. ...
D. Todhunter Todd .......
.Paul Anderson .......


Prone
198- 7x
193- 7x
194- 4x
198- 9x


Prone
195-10x
188- 7x
188- 2x
172- 5x


Standing
177- Sx
162
159- lx
152- Ix


Standing
154- Ix
154
138- lx
151- lx


eam Total .. .. .......................


INE BARRACKS-
r Zembroski .... .
SAndy Pompura .....
.-S hn McClure ........
John Counselman ........


Prone
194- Ox
181- Ix
190- 2x
175- 2x


Standing
x 153- Ix
147- 3x
112
133


Team Total .. ...................... .. ..


INDIVIDUALq-
Capt. A. C. Smith .
8gt. Edwin Budd .
John Fahnestock .. .
Bob Deming .
Al Joyce .
Ulrvin Schrunk .. .
Charles Thamalis .. .
Leonard Vilandry .. .


Prone
199- 8x
197- 4x
195-lOx
194- 7x
196- 5x
195- 7x
180- 3x
167


Standing
174- 3x
157- lx
154
153
139
102
111
85- Ix


Total
381-12X
308-14x
304- 7x
3590-12x
1472-453


Total
375-11x
355- 7x
353- 5x
350-lOx
1433-32x


342- 7x
326- 3x
323- 6x
1340-27x


Total
347-I0X
328- 4x
312- 2X
308- 2x
1295-18x


Total
373-11x
354- 5x
349-10x
347- 7x
.335- 5x
297- 7x
291- 4x
252- Ix


JULY BARGAINS


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LACE FIGURINES


Ballet Dancers $195



THE FRENCH BAZAAR
JUAN PALOMERAS


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American League
TXAMG- Won Loot Pet. G0
Bosten .. 1 -31
NewYerk. 47 -2 2.
Cleveland 47 34 .5OM1 A
Detroit U 41 .4$ 12!/*
WaskIngton 34 46 .4A5 1
Philadelphia S4 40 .410 17.
St. Louis 24 M .0


TODAY'S GAMES
ieatetn at St. Louis
New York at Detroit
Philadelphia at Chicage
Washington at Cleveland


YESTERDAY'S RXSULTL
(First Game)
Phila. 000 000 008--3 1
Chicago 0000000 01-1 10 0
Hooper (4-7) and Tipton.
Gumpert (7-3) and Erautt.
(Second Game)
Phila. 0011000004-5 11 0
Chicago 000 000 000-- 1 1
Zoldak (3-3) and Murray.
Judson (3-2), Rotblatt and
Niarhos. ,

(First Game)
Wash. 300 3110 00-7 14 1
Cleveland 010 002 001-4 12 1
Marrero (9-5) and Guerra.
Chakales (3-3), Zuverink, Fahr,
Brissie and Tebbetts.
(Second Game)
Wash. 000 0300 -2 7 1
Cleveland 011 400 "x-7 1 0
Hudson (3-), Haynes and
Kluttm
Garcia (11-6) and Hegan.
(First Game)
Boston 001 00 00-1 5 0
St. Louis 000 3 00x-3 8 0
Nixon (8-4), Wight, Masterson
and osar, Moss.
Garver (18-4) and Loliar.

(Second Game)
ioston 061 01 e100-9 14 2
St. Louis 001 000 03-5 0
Scarborough (1-4) and Moss.
Kennedy (1-5), Mahoney, Slea-
ter and Batts.

(First Game)
New YoFk $000 00001-3 9 1
Detroit 201 001 10x-5 10 1
Kusava (5-5) and Berra.
Hutchinson (8-3). Stuart and
Robinson.
(Second Game)
New York $10 000 101-4 11 1
Detroit 0 101 e8-4 9 $
Morgan (4-I). Reynolds and
Berra.
Bearden (2-2), Borowy, White
and Ginsberg.


National. League
TEAMS- Won Lost Pct. GB
Brooklyn 52 30 .324 -
St. Louis 43 37 .538 8
New York 45 39 .536 8
CIninnati. 40 23 .613 10
Philadelph i a 39 42 .411 121
Boston 35 43 .449 15
Chicago 33 42 .440 1534
Pittsburgh 32 48 400 19


TODAY'S GAMES
Chicge, at Boston
Cincinnati at Brooklyn
Pittsburgh at New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
(First Game)
Pitts. 002 000 22 001-7 11 2
N.Y. e00 501 000 000- 8 0
Friend, Walsh, Wilks, Dickson
(11-9) and Garagiola.
Maglie, Gettel. Koslo (4-6) and
Westrum.
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 000 021 000-3 10 2
New York 010 130 30x-8 19 1
Were (5-3). Walsh, LaPalme,
Wilks. Friend and McCullough.
Hearn (8-5) and Noble
(First Game)
St. Louis 200 100 31-7 13 0
Phila. 000 300 001-4 9 1
Brecheen (-1), Crimlas. Brazle
and Del Rice.
Johnson (0-1). Konstanty.
Thompson, Hansen, Candini and
Wilber.

(Second Game)
St. Louis 0o 02s 000-4 10 0
Phila. 06 001 0 0x-4 11 0
Poholsky (4-7), Chamb ers,
Brecheen, Crilamn. Brazle and
Rice.
Heintselman (4-1), Konstanty
and Semiiek.
(First Game)
Chicago 000 000 000- s 0
Beston 101 308 12x-7 12 0
Hiller (5-7). Hatten and Owen.
Span ($-8) and St. Claire.
(Second Game)
Chicago 4100 0O 1On10 11 0
Besten eN 400 NI-4 12 2
Rushb, Leonard (7) and Owen.
Nichols (4-4) Rstock. Cole.
Chipman, Paine and Cooper.
(First Game)
CInelnati 100 2 1
IM yM 0N 100 0: --1 1i 8
Blackwell (0-7) an4 Hewell.
Roe (-12.1. Klg and Walker.
(Seeead Game)
Cincinnati 010 OM N0-o 12 0
Brooklyn oM 210 02"-5 11 3
Ramdell (1-1). Webmeier,
Smith agd PrameW. owell.
Schmitz (1-4).Eaugutd. King
sad Walkem


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Luis Thompson In tUMous


Do"ionn Onver r Lnti P rnlta


Green, Pico


In Final Week


Of Training


Cuban Flyweight Champ Black
Pico, ranked ninth in the world
In this division, and Panama's
NBntamnweight Champion Baby
Green today entered the final
Week of preparation for their
scheduled ten-round clash at the
Colon Arena next Sunday.
This will be the Cuban's sec-
ond appearance in the Colon ring.
About a month ago Pico lost a
"hometown" decision to No. 1
bantamweight challenger Juan
Dia II In his only local fight. He
will be out to score a clear-cut
victory over Green in order to
wipe out all doubts about his re-
puted elas.
There is an interesting angle to
this battle. Diaz twice outboxed
Green to score handy decisions In
non-title bouts and the fans will
more or less draw a margin for
comparison on the three fighters
(DIaII, Pico, Green), based on
Sunday's fight. .
There are many who think that
Green, Who is much slower than
both DIl" II and Pico,, wil find
the same difficulty against Picq
as he had against Diaz.
However, there are also many
who'think that Green's superior
punching power will allow him to
score a knockout triumph. Diaz
n, known as a powder-puff hit-
ter, was able to land several solid
punches to Pico's jaw when they
met-if GOeen connects solidly
with his r ght the consensus of
opinonris that the bout will end
then and there. The answer will
be supplied Sunday.'
The six round semi final
brings together hard-hitting Ste-
ven Bennett and the once prom-
Sing Sylvester Wallace at a 125-
pound weight limit.
Bennett is one of the best pros-
pects to come into local boxing in
recent months. He packs dyna-
mite in both hands but is still .a
bit green in ringcraft.
A six-r and feature between
ttli cudero and Leslie
a11 Pounds i
MeI rune and Ped;1
at 120 pounds round out the well-
balanced program.

Juan Frac0

Mutuel Diidends
FIRST RACE
1-Hercules $11, $6.20. $3.80.
2-Politico $3.80, $2.60.
3-Bufalo $3.40.
SECOND RACI
1-Mandinga $3.20, $2.20.
2-Proton $2.20.
3-Grito y Plata $2.20.
First Doeables: (Hercules-Man-
dinga) $24.4.
THIRD RACE
1-Cosa Linda $9.20, $3.80.
2-Tulra $5.
One-Two: (Cosa Linda-Tuira)
$80.20. FOURTH RACE
1-Roadmaster $6.20, $5.40. $3.
2-Cyclone Malone $5.80, $3.4P.
3-Jepperin $4.
Qulnlela: (Roadmaxter-Cy-
clone Malone) $15.20.
FIFTH RAC1I
1-Phoebus Apollo $7.40, $3.20.
2-Pinard $4.
SIXTH RACE
1-Pepsi Cola $7.60, $4.40, 3.20.
2-The Bath Road $6.20, $4.80.
3--Honey Moon $4.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1-Asombro $12, $5.60, $4.60.
2-Uncle James $4.20, $3.20.
3-Cantaclaro $5.40.
Second Doubles: (Pe.si Cola-
Asombro) $48.-A.
EIGHTH RACE
1-Lacey $9, $4.40, $4.40.
2-Fanglo 3.40, 13-40.
3-Scotch Chum $4.40.
Q u i n i e I a: (Laeey-Fau;Io)
$19.60.


NINTH ]ACE
1-Rinty $5.20, $3.80, $3.20. *-
2-Flamenco $4, $2.40.
3-Goylto $4.40.
One Two: (Itaty-Flamenco)
$20.40.
TENTH RACE
1-Carbonero $26.20, $13, $2.20.
2--Cafiaveral $3, $2.20.
3-Singapore $2.20.

Citation Becomes
1st Horse To Earn
A Million In Purses
INGLEWOOD. Calif., July 16
(UP)--Calumet Farm's Cita-
tion became the firt hrsee in
history to earn a million dol-
larn in pumw by peering a
three-length victory over his
stablemate Sewitek in the
$110,000 added mile and me-
quarter Hollywood Geld Cup.
The win gave Citation total
earnings of $1.085,700. The s$,-
IM picked up. by Bewitch fI
finishing second made herot
le dli ong ey-Vutm


ed Lionel Perata io, I S ore a
crowd of ahnolm atI
the Panami On ip bt to
earn a unanl.u oUpg-,"
Peralta, till tef8,O at ing.
side depite hs "ao
at the hands of oiLu1MV te
previous time they 4 aW wu al-
most completely ,Utlahj .
The speedier T]tpsn took
six rounds, Peralt it ad two
were even on this wt ore-
card. Peralta's but 0Toa= were
the first and seventh.
In the first PFt& caught
Thompson with a U81dt righl
hand smash to the Jaw midway
through the round an ad him
in bad shape for A whIWt.,
However, Thum- Was
completely resev" in the
second round anW W,.tt onto
reel off ponlat wgieL tOUdg eV-
orl rounds in la o By
the fifth round II W evident
that Peralts's e haole to
win would be by a knockout.
Peralts tried desperately for
the kayo in the eVoenth and
threw caution to the winds as he
slugged for all he a. rthwith-
out being able to put Thompson
on the canvas even onge.
Most of the remainder of the
fight wu all Thompson. The
craftier Thompson would go into
a shell whenever tire d an allow
Peralta to tire himself throwing
blows, then would suddenly
spring out of his lethargy to
again demonstrate his superior-
ity.
Both fighters were practically
out of breath in the last three
rounds but Thompson seemed the
fresher of the two at the finish.
The main semi-final was an
easy triumph fqr Carlos Watson,
133, of Colon, over Bfhto cantle-
bury, 136, of the capital. Watson
outboxed and outpunohed Scan-
tlebury throughout tbl contest.
SThe other semi-final was won
on a T.K.O. in the fourth round
by Vicente Worrell when Dr. Al-
berto Bissot ordered the bout
stopped because Of a bad cut sufr
fered by James Milton.
Worrel had a slight lead at the
time in this threilr but Milton
had landed two solid blow-rt0 the
jaw and Worrell was wobbly wheft
the bell rang ending the third
round of this scheduled 1468-
pound battle.
Victor Ardines put over the
biggest upset of the evening
when he punched out a clear-cut
victory over heavily favored and


," 0W -. -. .- ,
9y UnkPrmw h*..-:-

Dick Thonrn NWYOAK,J,0ye-The s"t
ln Ico e. n Lo pe oni by -p .
ll. | while the. c pi=e Whito ox rf~~th
Wins Juvenia Athleti 3.1 g 5 -
Youn edOlver beat the BO- I a "wultof We+
o In fix o r,81. but Bos- key 0
'mi Pla ton cmebc t the kight- "tuedMiy.
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Climaxing the first Juvenia
.Watch Hafleap Golf Tourna-
ment at ISumit" Hills. Dick
Thompson defeated Gene Hoch-
stedler- and 2 to win the coveted
first prize-a 14-carat gold Juye-
nila wrist watch. Dick Was 2 over
par at the end Of the day, while
Gene wound up with a 76. The
match wM eveon-steven for six
holes, when Gene's putts devel-
oped a&ase p too much friction
on the griee. FIVe timesmis putts
were dreetly o line, only to stop
on the Up f the cup. Had his
putts dropped he would. have
wound up with 71, which would
have brought him home the win-
ner. Conting in as runner-up,
Gene was the recipient of a beau-
tiful gold-filled Juveta 17-jewel


The finls of the Consolation
Flight were determined as George
Riley (71) defeated Al Saarinen
(76) 2 U 1,.
Al stat*d with his usual steady
game and at one time was one up
on George, only to have bi game
suffer a relapad on the 7th, Sth
and 9th. He coU14it get back af-
ter that. -
Howard Tottenburi, president
of the Sumnit Hills 0olf Club,
Introduced ordon Dalton of
Mercurio, whO presented the win-
hers 'and ruansers-up with their
Juvenis. watches. Jim Riley, med-
alist of the tournament, was also
presented with a stainless steel
Juvenia watch.
During the afternoon, .after
lunch and before the "Summit
fog" set in, the golfers and their
followers adjourned to the putt-
ing and obstacle course, where- a
game of skill was supervised by
he team of Riley & Riley, Inc.
Pres Trim, rS., was winner of
the men's division with 18 strokes
over the.Adfficult 9-hole course.
He has bMon accused of AWing a
magnetic golf ball to tour the
course, as no standard ball could
possibly be that accurate in hu-
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cla r1eiWdiu hbi eleventK Win,
7-, in the .soou. _
The third place New York Yan-
kees also 'ept two and one-half
games off the pace by splitting
With the Tlew at Detroit. Fred
Hutchinaon won the first game,
5-, although getting reliet help
from Bob Stuart. The Yankees
barely survived a thre-run
ninth Inning rally by the Tigers
to take the second game 8-7.
NATIONAL LEGUE.
The Brooklyn Dodgera' leagu
lead was reduced to eight games
man hiand. Tie women's prize
was won by Jean Hochstedler and
Gertrude Imedley, a tie In 29
strokes.


(DoetInued on Hae. 8. CoL. 11

P.W.C.A. Monthly
ToMrney Set For
Gamboo Saturday
CRISTQBAL, July 16 The
PanamA Women's Golf Aema
tion'e monthly tournament will
be held at Gamsbo Golf Club
on Saturday, July 81. tb 'reo-
reseftatlves, pleaSe ail your
entries to Ruth LinbOelnt..ox
1084, Gambes by Friday.
Choose your favorite handicap
and try for the net prizes or
low gross. I


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or if you have a steady job come to
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We have the best Mahogany Furniture.
If you don't know our Club System
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MR. AND MRS. JAMES G. RIDGE are shown above following
their wedding last evlMIx in Balboa.

I(EDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH IN 0R5A
SCENE SUNDAY OF RIDGE-MXMZEN WEDDING
In the presence of a large en_ pa of relatives and
friend, Mise Beverly Mae Meltsen, auter etf Mr. aelA Mr.M
Willta MeltMa of Cmarnd, beesmEft e .ride las evening
of James Ridge,.son of Mr. and Mrs. Iawrence Ridge of Ls
Angeles, California, former residents of 'Balbea. The cere-
mony was performed at seven thirty o'clock at the Redeemer
Lutheran Church in Balboa by Reverend Herbert T. Bern-
thali


The traditional wedding
marches were played by Mrs. Ab-
ble Linares, organist:' eftoe the
service Samuel Kivie sang "0
Promise Me," and "Because.,
The candle-lit church was dec-
ordted with white gladioliaspd
palms, and the pews were marked
with nosegays of Lady-of-the-
Night orchids.
The bride was escorted and giv
Sen in marriage by her father.Her
bridal gown of white lace over
tiaffeta was made with a fitted
bodice, long sleeves, and a very
Jull skirt with-& roud train.

thxree-q 4rter-lengT l veil of ,il
lusto a held I place with
c0mnit r'leed'a 'T and ShA
charred a bouquet of bride's roaqs
and.lte ored. ,
ML obert rricT wB .matu
of im Marft t He-
was wned in r 'e colored satin
Sand n et, and cared white or-
',itlis. Miss Howell's gown. allo
of satin and net, was pale yelloW
sad her flowers were white car-
nMtiohs. Nancy Bonglorni, the
Slowrgirl wore blue and white
or y and carried pink roses.
RobfelKKivle was the page.
Robert 8. Lawler was best man
for Mr. lidge, and the ushers
were Robert Frick and Robert Eg-.
inhgton. *
I immediately following the cer-
emony Mr. and Mrs. Melt,sen en-
tertained (te wedding guests at
Sa reception_ the Lutheran SerV-,
ice Center. White flowers in pro-
fusion decorated the reception
room and the bride's table had
for its oenterplece a beautiful
wedding eake banked with Lady-
of-the-Nfght orchids.
For het daughter's wedding
I


Mrs. Meitzen chose a gown of
aquamarine blue French crepe
and a corsage Of white orchid.,
In thp absence of the groom's
mother, his aunt, Mrs. Paul Sul-
livan, received withi Mrs. Melt-
aen. Her gown was of black and
gold lame. Mrs. Sullivan also
served -the wedding cake, and
Miss Paula-Sullivan had charge of
the bride's book. Mrs. Henry
Fischer assisted at the reception.
Mrs. Kvl, poured coffee, and
Mrs. Charles Drew presided at
the punch bowl,
The brq !tradate of Cris-
'ilah. hnD d ttded
Br ey~nr ity in Pteo -;n
llnols. Mr. Ridge also attended
ale University, fro which
WTwagr-aft6ttwtr h honors. He
afftlaed.-there ,wiflh Rho Delta
fraternity a~d 4w 9 eleteto Ze-

for ear With the Ain
Mabft er for the Obraltr Life
Insumrnce Company of Aalica,
with an agency office in lsa-
blo..
ScouplDe went to Cuba on
thew wedding trip. For travelling
Mrs. Ridge wore a pow blue
gabardine suit with a co e of
white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Ridge
will be at home after July 35in
Panama City.
hDinner Party
At Hotel El Panama
The Minister of Agriculture
and Commerce, David Samudio,
entertained at dinner Saturday
evening at Hotel El Panama.
Ambassador's Wife
Returns From Costa Rica
Mrs. Alfonso Guzmin LeOn,
wife of the Costa Rican Ambassa-


e and bis wife,
Mi ne, both prfe
zoology Dep" t,
Of New "At

Their study here n
of a research program
the American Abo-
and abooe vi
of Pa .
tfthoran brook:
will re
B Iloomfield t 0b
made in Pansmi In
Sbtibe of scentific and.pop-
wi mD1mas AwafQd of
Ancon and Antonio Mattoes of
Pftnaa* spent a day at ro
Ci bo with the Doctors M
Dr.a*"Mr .8bragr
Dr. and Mrs. Joel Shrer of
Herriek Heights, who retufied
recently from a vacation tri to
the United States, were the
044t of honor at a buffet super
given Saturday evening_ by Dr
&d4 Mrs. Norman W. n and
Dr. gnd Mrs. L. 8. Leland. The
party was held at the tons' real-
dence on Herrick Heights.


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on Sale
PANAMA:
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IJbreria Preeo Naedede MSrrlnet
La OfIcina Meder.s Ijhes y Herrera
Srvic LwIse.
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RspreMttivsI Cs ATLAS A.


'BANDA


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one of thema.l
Alo 2430.


d and
law and daughter, s.
aul Reaan of Los a Call-
Stnya, left a yer a short
vift to l Valle.

r ad Mls. We if'
UrfIt enter
at a bu a
S evening at 6 ir homq on
Heilhts.
Mr. toward Leaves
For ternsont
Harlan V. Howard oft alboa
Wef recently by afrpiffe tor
Woodstock, Vermont where h
was called because of the death
of his mother.
Birth Announaemeat
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jack-
son of Indianapolis, Indiana, an-
nounce the birth o1 a daughter,
Carol Lynne, on J 11.
'Mnr. Jackson Is tlhe olmer Bar
bara Hatchett, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Hatdhett of Coco-
U. Mr. Jackson's monftMer J. An-
ne, Jackson, reuides hi Iboa.
Auxiliary Meeting
Tuiesiy at Guambe
MissDolores Lowry will be th
soloist and Mrs. Oeort T. Dar-
nall, Jr., the speaker a the meet-
ing tomorrow morning ht Di30 of
the Women's AuxiUiary of the
Oamboa Union Ch r. I The
meeting will be held nthe Civic
Center and all members and
their guests are invited.
Dancing School -
Opens August 1
Dolores Waites w1 re-open her
school of dancing i the alboa
Lodge Hall August 1. Regtra-
tions will be received 3Jy U1 and
19 from 9 a.m. to 32 pj.
DUeato Bridge Games
ETk venlng
All bridge players are Invited


d Hugary
1i July 10 (UP)
Nil" atatea yesterday
Sto withdraw
i d to tfrom Wash-
a. an "e-for-an-eyeP
R r's expulsion
meW a envoys from
two weml aMo.


ate Department spokesman
MUchael J. Mciermott said the
V. S. LeatoIln Budapest was
ild tO inform Hungary's Com-
munist government that two
members of the -Nungarian staff
hese are "persona non grata" -
niwelcome in the United.States.
Hungary was asked to with-
draw Peter Varkonyl, an atta-
she at the Hungarian legatlon,
"Immediately,'" and charge d' af-
falres LJos Nagy "as soon as
rosible" after the new Hungar-
minister Emil Well presents
hi credentials.
No reason was given for the
withdrawal demand, but U. S.
officials admitted it was in open
retaliation for Hungary's ac-
tion against Ut 8. diplomats in
Budapest.
The U. 8. move followed si-
milar steps taken against Hun-
gary and other Iron Curtain
countries In the past for actions
against U. B. representatives or,
ns in those countries.
The latest Hungarian "Cul.
tural crekdown'" was seen re-
lated to Catchoslovakia's trial of
Associated Press correspondent
William N. Oatis as part of a
Soviet move to "quarantine"
Eastern Europe from Western
"contamination."
. The tit-for-tat ouster of en-
voys marked a new low in U. 8.-
Hungarian relations, which ap-
peared to have improved with
the recent release of Robert A.
Vogeler, International Telephone
& Telegraph Co. vice-president
imprisoned b ythe Hungarians
on spy charges.

to take part In the weekly dupli-
cate contract bridge tournament
to be played tonight at 6:45 at
the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
MN. 7I '" I teel-P-ami
No. 12.17e Cmntnl Aveo-CeIm.


FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles Household e eI lev. e ad.kimngp Meie
--Write Altehllks Aomenym
SALE:-"41" Plymouth'convert- FOR SALE: Suites of furniture. eox 2031 Aemn, C. Z2
ible, $375. Coll Corozal 85-2150, chairs, tables, bookcases, rugs,
.' between 5-7 p. m. books, train-table, toys. 205 Co. SUMMER SPECIAL-Cold Wave,-.7.
40 u .2o- Ion Beach. Phone 3-257.7. 50. Why have a home permortent?
W SALE--1940 Plymout 2 Door .with inadequate facilities, no
L S- on D.375. Apply NAB Box FOR SALE:--One Norge Refrigerator. certain finished look, and no guar-
090 Ancon. Con be seen at Quarters 350-L, antee when you .can have a
9 r 2- PedroMiguel. professional one complete for only
!I;rl 's LE:--1950 Ford .2 door se- ---
donn.-in excellent condition. Only PANAMA CANAL COMPANY look better!will Thedst oner..and
I00 miles. Price $1,300. Call OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR Monday thru Tursday. Mok your
rARM? n 2-637) or call at Building SALE Mointment earlu T el 2-2959
356-Apt. 16 in Ancon. For sale to the highest bidder Build- appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
...ing No. 330 Chogres Clubhouse), %alboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
.Ot SALE:-Studebaker Commander Gatun. Seled.bids will be received in 0a m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
A.-. condition throughout. New the office of the Superintendent of house, upstairs.
upholstery. Bargain 2034 Via Es- 'Storehouses at Balboa until 10:30 A.
S pao. Phone 2-2112. M., July 27, 1951, when they will
""F-- SALE Tw du. t ... e |be opened .in public. Forms of pro- FOR SALE
FOR SLE--Two dump-trucks Stude wit ofus O
$ 10 0posa.0 wit full.particulars may beI MiSeellan ,
ts n 1947 for $1,500.00, be g Isecured in the offices of the Super-1 L
tires, no batteries bring your own: intendent of Storehouses, Balboa, and u
it int.tereted. Call Panama 3-0706te Housing Managers at Cristobal FOR SALE:-One sound equment
at' 4st Street sand pit. Best bar- and Gotyn. with four loud speakers, one 16
ga pin in the market. _mm; RCA. Cine Sound Projector,
av- WANTED TO BUY: Refrigerator, one ONAN gasoline power pldnt
WANTED 25 cycle. Willing to pay up to 110 A. C. Sterling Products Inter-
$100.00. Call Fort Gulick 88-220 national S. A.. 29 East St.. No. 4.
4 Autqmobiles between 8 a. m. 4:00 p. m. telephone 3-1697.
D TO BUY -Fords Chev- FOR SALE: Piano upright Grand, CR SALE:--Choice highland
+rolets, Mercurys. Coupes and Se- small, 6 Pc. wicker livingroom set, CINA" juice oranges. PackecT 100
ds 6 14 41 194 p 8 9gas stove, youth bed. Phone 916, to case, $2.75 delivered. Produrtos
f9 1950 1951. We offers iCo'on. Nacionales, telephone 2-0028,
-a '. prices Tel. 3-0035 or Via FOR SALE:-9.2 cu. ft. Frigidaire. -a------ -
"l, WBaUsario Porros. Estaction SAS.I 1 -2 year old, 60 cycle, will sell CR SALE:--Leica 3-F with new flesh
ri-A~~~~~~~m.~ ~ 1-2-- --. ------------ yea old_ 60_ cycle w. i ll sell.. t nt

S. trade Tfor 25 cycle rei gerator ... .. ...mpi e r .
R. S ALE of similar size. 6 year crib. 1402- Ancon 2-6371 orBid. 356 Apt
C, Corr St. Balboa. 16. -
Real Estar FOR SALE:-Bolex movie camera.
i-Wb TO SELL:-5 hectare fruit, W ANTED 16 mm. 3 lens, YVAR, regular.
R TO SELL:--om hectare fruit;complete with range finder and
ar d vegstoble farm. Fertile soil; M laneou8 I case $350.00; Argus Il1C
coranbe irrigated. 13 miles from' G E. Light Meter: Argus IIIC -7
1 Panlma C. near Pedregol. Clean WANTED:-Used 25 cycle washing filters and shade and G. E. Light
S-cottage with well, other buildings, machine in good condition. Phone Meter, $75.00; Mnhoaany Shelves
improvements, fruit trees, etc. $5.- Navy 3569. ,natural finish, $30.00; Electric
500 Or consider trade. Tel. Bol- a Waffle Irono,. double $20.00; Elec-
____an- Position..._____ House 541-E, Dioblo Heights af-
E SOX WANTED: Position for excellent ter 4 o'clock.
English speaking maid. Splendid FOR SALE:-HAM Radio Tronsmit-
with children, good housekeeper, 2- ter with V.F. voltage regulator
...trnue ra ,3679 after 5 p. m. very cheap. Federico Fl)yd Ave.
continued d from PaRe FOUR) No. 4, Tel. 3-3374.
I 1*J contenders-the Cards and Head AUaCK raia i FOR SALE:-Chrome dinette ret with
l0ants. They could gain only one J formica table top. $40. 20 inch
me each because of split dou- T0 wAh at Ma eAr Homort hometcooler,$40, brand
bleeaders.,T T o wom t UMaster, new, plastic seat covers 'for Tudor
bour Card homers beat the Sedaon $15.00. 86-61 47.
in the opener, 7-4, but the f | $
took the second, -4 with a C e. La H l
oatrun second inning rally. The
lost a 12-oinningflrstgamTe Captain Lee R. Holt, Towboat 1. FSSO N S
os a n7-6, on frviDusak's Master in the ferry service, died:
at shed hi nthe at: p.m. teday ateroon Do1e*0 Wap.fes ScFoOj D ncing. e-
bto win, 8-3 s en route to Gorgas.Hospital. He opening August 1st. Registration
t win, 8-3. was being taken to the hospital July 18th, 19th; 9:00 a. m. to
SMuulal got two of the in an ambulance following a, 2:00 p m Balboa Lodge Hall.
on rusal gotn the Phils heart attack athis h ome in Bal- Phone 2-2363.
SS"7omers against the Phils boa. He was 47 years old.
ith Billy Johnson and Del A native of Bonifay, Florida,
e slamming the others in Captain Holt had been employed FOR RENT
l ak ~3eonin the seventh to in the Canal. organization about
E 3-3 tie. Three walks and 18 years. He had served as Tow- Roomt
I hw sk les accounted for the boat Master In the Ferry Service Roomp
iles second game burst. since November 1945 and held FOR RENT:-In Bella Vista, large
Sthe same position in.the Dredg- nicely furnished room, Independent
Willie Mayshit his eleventh ing DIvisio.i for about two years entrance. Mexico Avenue 69, near
i4er and a triple while Bobby before that. 43rd St.
)n got three hits including He came to the Isthmus is Dec-
hIt homer ir the Giant win ember 1923 as a-radioman in the
Dusak's two-on 12th inning Navy. He was first employed in FOR RENT
j|tae Murry Dickson his ele- the Canal organization in June R R NT
win of the season. Sal Ma. 1927 following his discharge from
gttad' a 6-2 lead until the sev- the Navy at Balboa. He served as HMipCeellaneoua
pM&.or the Giants. Signalman and Coxswain Engi-
Sneer in the Marine Division until FOR RENT:-Upper floor of The:
C yi Bo March 1934 when he left Canal Panama Trust Co. with or with.
er City Boy service. out furniture.' Area 4,000 square
SI After a short period in Florida, feet. with air conditioning and te-
inug From Home he returned to the IsthmusI lephone switchboard. Apply Pan-
.,.- where he was employed by Unit- ama Trust Co. for information.
fce June 27 ed Fruit Company and Tropical
Radio in Panama. B *
'Te family of a missing Pa- He was reemployed by the Ca- British Honduras
:l asMt0an lad. Jullo Atenco, nal organization in January 1940.
sought the aid of Cana ter a short period in the Motor Capital Bans
police In finding their son Transportation Division, he was O K
2 years old. of medium transferred to the Municipal Di- Picfures Of Kin
feet tall with black and vision in which he served as
seen on the morning operator of small tugs until his BELIZE, British Honduras,
see on th orn transfer to the Dredging Division
.27 in front of his home a t e g si 16 UP) The City Council
City.inFebruary1943. hisw here has voted to ban pictures
e s wearing a pair of He is survive by his wife, two of ng George VI from official
ey rerits at the time. sons, George fnd Richard, and buildings here until this British
Alaghirt, hat nor shoes, one daughter. Ruth.clony beco
hart, hat nor shoes, i Funeral arrangements will be colony become self-governing.
1 announced later.
LGA.NOTICE TOM .. LEGAL NOTICE
L TAT ESNO ICA LFGAL NOTICE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Canal Zon.
STATES DISTRICT COURT. Canal Zone UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
7.R THE DISTRICT OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURI FOR THE DISTRICT 4-F THE
CANAL ZONE FOR THE DISTRICT *'-F THE CANAL ZONE
SBalboa Divij.on CANAL ZONE I Diviien of Balbe
IAC BROS. & CO. Inc. I DIvision of Balboa JOSEPH W. EDDLEMAN,
SV. DONALD MILLARD HATT, plaintiff Plaintiff,
M. V. "REPUBLICA Dr. Plaintiff, vs.
CLvOMBIA," HAZEL M. EDDEMAN,
e A ines. machinery. etc., and VIBEKE HATT, vs.Defendant.
I*. FLOTA MERCANTE GRAN.: Defendant. SUMMONS &
ANA, S. A. SUMMONS Case No. 3841
ais of cargo Juan and damage, Case No. 3362 Civil Docket 18
m maritime. Civil Docket 18 ACTION FOR DIVORCE
-ADM RAL.Y ACTION FOR DIVORCE To the above-named defendant:
N$ I To the above-named defendant: You are hereby required to appear and
ATION You are hereby required to appeal answer the complaint filed In the above-
rU S on the 13th day of July,:,nd answer the complaint filed in thc entitled action within ninety days after
twil am J. She'idan, 1'Jr. Proctor nbove-entitled action within ninety the first publication.
23bV!hmit. Baliac Br.. &'Co.. Inc. daya after the first publication. In cate of your failure to so appear
-S Libel in the District Court ofi In case of your failure to so appear and answer, judgment will be taken
(ted States for the Di.trict of he and answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief
against the M. V. "Re-I against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint.
de Colombia. her engines. ma- demanded in the complaint. WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J.
c.. and against I.OTA MER- WITNESs the Honorable Joseph J. Hancock. Judge. United States District
i ANCOLOMBIANA. S. A., in Hancock. Judge. United Statea Diatrict ICourt for the Diatrict of the Canal
of cargo lose and damage, -ivil I Court for the District of the Canal Zone, Lad day of Ju!y. 1951.
Se:R Zone, this 2nd day of July, 1951 C. T. McCormick, Jr.
WHARFP. by virtue of pro-t C. T McCormick Jr. Clerk
:Re form of law, to me directedi. (SEAL) (SEAL)
Oin the 30th d a ty r July. By Lais E. Harrison By Sara de la Pea,
i's seized and taken the said Deputy Clerk Chief Deputy Clerk
.- -;piblica de Colombia' and have To Vibeke Hatt To Heel NM. Eddleman
Uy rleody : The foregoing summons la served The foregoing summons ta served
B IS HEREBY GIVEN that &a upon you by publication pursuant to upon you by publication pursuant to
Court *.11 be held in the United the order of the Honorable Joseph J. the order of the Honorable Joseph J.
Court Room. in the city of An- Hancock. Judge, United States District Hancock, Judge, United States District
Sone. on the 30th d ly of Curt for the District of the Canal Zone, Court for the District of the Canal
1. for the trial of aid pre- dated July 2, 19*1 and entered and Zone. date July 2. 1561 ad entered
the owner or owner, and filed in this action in the office of the and filed in this/action In the office
who may have or claim any C('erk of said United statess District of the Clerk ofet ed United States Dis-
kereby cited to be end ap- Court for the Division of Balboa on trict Court for the Divsilo a t Balboa
time and place aforesaid. to I July 2, 1951. on July 3, 9161.
if any they have, why a C. T McCormlck ,Jr. T MeCormitek .Jr.
should not pea. a, played. Clerk Clerk
JOHN E. HUSHING By Loei E. Herrl.e. Ry Sara de Is P n
United States Marshl Deputy Clerk Chief Dfeuty Clerk
H Iii EEi i


RESORTS
Wllari Sntia Clara eech Cottoges.
Two,* Frigidaires. Rock-
gisranre. mlboo 2-305Q.
PhilgM .each aottoges, Santa Clara.
Box 45. qboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Crlstobol 3-1t?73
Housen ON BEACH Sgnta Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 2820 or
SS* cdretakr 'there. *
G'omnich'sa .Santa Clara beach-
cottot. lftectric ice boxes, gas
stoves, nmodrote rates. Phone 6-
541 i 4.56?.

FOR RENT

FOk .t4NT:-Chalet, Via Porras No.
,64;. Livingroom, diningroom, two
bedWi rms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
troqq kitchen, venetian blinds,
terrace and garage. Tele-
$ 1863.

F4R RENT
Apartments
ALNAMIRA APARTMENTS
Modem furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061.. 10th
St New Cristobal Phone 1386. Co-
lon
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
large and one small bedrooms.
sitfing-diningroom, kitchen, both:
at 44th, .Street East Bello Vistoa
see D* Costro. No. 24 B Avenue.
Phone 2-1616. Panomi.
FOR RENT: Apartments of one
bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
en, bath. at No. 20 Via Espara,
see De Castro. No. 24 'B," Avenue.
Phone 2-1616, Panama.


FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separate, maid's room,
Three' months' lease. $125.00.
month. Marysol Apts. 13-A Justo
Arosemena Ave. Near U. S. Em-
bossy. Call 2-2341.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom apartment
diningroom, livingroom, kitchen
pantry, moidroom, garage. Justo
Arosemena Avenue No. 50, upper-
floor. Telephone 3-0635 or 2-
2180.
FOR RENT:--Modern two bedroom
apartment (jiith livingroon-dlning-
room, A Q11 Avinue No. 18,
across from'Ancon Post Office
Tel. 2-1032, Mr. Carreros.
FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT-Two bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom, screened, $60.
00. (Entrance of San Francisco)
Kev. 85 Cuba Avenue. Phone 3-
0841.
FOR RENT-Vocation quarters start-
ing August. Completely furnish-
ed for $75.00 a month. Prefer no
Children. Box 15, Gambooa, (t. Z.


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Touches only
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In pr*eesning
SDissolves ins-
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On Sale In PC. Co. CmeinaseeW.

DR. CARL AHLTEEN
CHIROPRACTOR
20 rivoli Ave Am I
Office: Tel 2-32W7 1110 -044M
nohun! Neday thbre rldar
91 to ,12, .
Monda) Wednesday. baday
4 to p.m
Saturday a m to I .m


Off The Floor Delivery

On These Famous British
Cars

STANDARD VANGUARD
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For Further Information
Call
Panama 2-2930 er,2-1619


Minimum fort
12 word.-
3e eacb additional
word.


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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL

We Have lsht Received
the last shlipmepnt of
GLASS FISINO RODS
we will be able to/Iet while
"UNCLE JOW s so.
Wealso-hW e .
A large asmrte bf high
qua
HUNTING WES
GEO F. NOVYV, Inc.
279 Centra'T- *
Tel. 3-0. 40.

Mr. & Mrs. Cj^I Zone:
or CUSHIONS .
eor 'how~room ClugeS. H fuwi

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Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 & 29th St.


LEICA CAMERAS
Model 111 Synehronlsed
LENSES & ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW V.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factor Prices.

PORRAS
Plan G d, Malyo
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with Zelss tessar I 3,5
* Mod. 1952
e New with syncro compur shot-
ler allows syneronization til,
1/Sth of a second, new com-
bination back accomoda tin g
both the 2 1/2 x2 1/2 and 1 x
.11/2 Inch picture size.
* You are cordially Ihvlted to
lnspeet the latest model.

INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
(adjoining International Hotel)
and Camera store
(Lobby Hotel El Panama)


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SALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
so Candle Power of Modern White
iLlht. Burns 50 Hours On 1 Il. of
Kroanoe. Use M4% AIR Only %
rKR .K. Absolutely Safe It
cannot Explode Requires no gener-
ator *or pumif No Smoke or Odor.
So Stiple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panama.
All Patr Avallable.
O 0. e ts AD HARDWARE sad
Ditributora: -
WONO CHANO, S. A.
Cell. Mi St. &alesm Av.
M m MCentral Ave.
Tel. 2-3Wt


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TItheh
awied f ,. me yer ar
pilH to .,. o of 8%
Armed dhlg the Re-
serW A Wt lonal Quard
of the U ates, the De-
partment of tene has an-
Mouned. .
Enlistmen of all personnel
In the-. Mf Navy, Marine
Corps and l: .Porce, whether
serving oa Ive duty or not,
normally ".Itrn between July
9. 1951 an -JIne 30, 1952, In-
clusive, ai9 *t.n4ed for one
year fro tb Iormal expira-
tion da f.. tenta which
had prevTouay been extended
under the proylsions of public
Law 624 (effectve July 28, 1950)
will not again be' extended.
Purpose of the extension of
enlistments' Is to retain In the
services ekperlenced personnel
until they- can be replaced in
kiid by similarly trained per-
sonnel.
Individuals who voluntarily
extended their en?3tments far
ona year on or after July 28,
Ing fulfilled their requirement
1950 will be etAjidered as hav-
under Public JW 624. The pre-
sent Zxecutlve* Order also per-
mita voluntary enlistment ex-
tensions.
The extension order does not
affect other current Department
of Defense ,ronnel policies.

Motor jBoats Stir
Venice's Ca'als.
Gondolier' Strike
VENICE. ruWl 16 (UP).-Hun-
dreds of. gOdoliers went on
strike today a 'the lent fight
between mc n and machnin in
this ancient city finally ex-
ploded.
The gondoliers protested to
the City Admhli Itration that
motor boats not only seriously
disturbed .traffic, specially In
the smaller, canals, but with
their competition mco life im-
possible for the old'et category
of workers in Venice.


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BKQAD WAY TARTBEAT
SClebs About Town: His Mnoer, the Mayor, eva oer the
onll_ tea f him and June Havoc, star of "Afd of State"
M vmo was air-brushed "out" of the happy Shot token at
BMUUnadey's party for Rodgers & Hammerstelin.. Tallulsh Bank-
hoyaeeooe luck has gone sour. Thoe victm of sweOa orbs-bitten
_w-flty:.. BetteDavis, (4t the Cub) Jut as ton as on the
Dereen. Qrinds out her ciarets after 3 er 4 pulls.. .Nany Kelly.
tadr of "Season in the Sun." who also stas ain ((ahe 's) drUms...
John Carradine's hot-weather hoeadear--a white homblrg. Such
Shom!..... Sally Forrest, newcomer click In the iooI-pitchas
,whoe name is Katherine Scully Feeney, bogorW ...Yul rynner
.(the-pall lead of "The King and 1") w*o Pb'ly will Wif the
'o10h2ldsn Award, due any matinee. Shirley Mth in the distaff
dlvhta-? "Guys and Dolls" to get It for Best Musical?... Maureen
tapleton (of "The Rose Tattoo") wlb commutes to Baverstraw
(N. Y.) o show her groom How Much She Cares.
Sallies In Our Alley: French star, Roger Rico, now in Pinza's
pf&rt at "Pacific," was asked if his debut In the U. 8. made him
nervous..."The great Sarah Bernhardt," he said modestly "Once
heard an ingenue brag: 'I'm never nervous'...Sarah stifled: 'You
Will be-when you acquire a little talent'"...D. J. Driscoll's pDun-
gent pun on the visiting Shriners: "Our Fine Fezered Friends."
SMdtown Vignette: Carol Channing, who romped over the
Broadway Mon (after "Gentlemen aPrefer Blondes" premiered).
l hebrht with her whban delivery of "Diamonds Are a
TS...Wat,so far as we know, shbe' *OVer wned
ny.7,Noet to the time she married Canadian footballer Alex
Caeohi...Ths 1I bow he proposed ..She had a astinee...Alex
dd wearund Broadway.. .At 52nd Street a, twitch-
[lifW lie Up and whispered: 'I neod some money. Wanna
. ~, weddeir rint?"...Alez bought It...They "eloped" be-
tween sews... Cost him $"$O...It's the only "jewelry" she guards
with her life.....And their love.


Memoe of a Midnighter: Phil Silvers (the convulsed) and Joy
Skylark (the No. 1 chorine at the Riviera) Loookkks tllikkkkel...
George Jean Nathan debunks the report he will sue over C. An-
goff's article, which he enjoyed...ASCAP's top songwriter Is I.
Berlin... Joe DIMagglo has joined the Runyon Awards jury to help
decide the best in sports writing...Anita Colby marrying F. Ryah
any hour?...Those exciting new caricatures of showfolk in Sar-
di's.are by Don Bevan, co-daddy of "Stalag 17" ...Many more
wqood homes will be confiscated by Inoome taxers.. Betty
Fortslng, radio and tv historian, leaves Newsweek Sept 14. To
f "write" after New Year's when she returns from Majorca.. Re-
member oilionnaire Davis, who kept "The Ladder" (tophflop of
them all) going on and on? Well, he's the one pouring the coin
in O "OEturn' Time," starring Joe E .Brown...Sugar Ray got this
cable After his defeat: "You still have Runyon Fund title."
S New York Novelette: Frank Costello wps takin. the baths at
the Bluaoere the other day when a stranger said: "You on't knmeow
me; Mr s*ano's Kelly. I'd like you to shake hands with somebody'"
..,C sd'was itro uced to and shook the hand of Frank Lee,.
S -the hat fir which sponsored two commentators who
hssetdhil fir yeas.. ."Just wanted to tell you." said Lee, "I
re the wyLyou took those attacks. I'd like to Invite you to
my home" for the weekend"... Mr. Lee left but was back tin .S
antome wIth a ake "I know," he said, "$35 loans little to
', bat pleoaw t aeeot this to convince me there are no hard feel-
sthl our finest hat"... That's how Frank Costello acquired
ita'o+ a]aaa skimmer he sports bout town.
Broadway Chop Suey: Alv Kahn lust shipped two horses
(2Elnno and Liwally) to Calif. Racetrackers hear he will follow
retired after checking hats since 1927...Danv Rogers She
rrin, co-prop; of "Ouy_ and DoUlls." high tit you. in.. Warren
Person. chairman of the board of TIWA Jutse maode"amb-
by Truman to settle German wardebts), won Portugals
.efdal. .Alan Philp and his wife wre divided quietly' last
u Y Next day he eloped to Thomasvlle, OGa., vwt. Margaret
In Krers, heiress'to the eeman choongum mint. ANew
eosho neymoon...B uddy Brooks opens, at The 'Boulevard
) tomorrow eve. Insiders predict he will land bi on the
works soon after... Bllngsley will close the Stork (for the
irttime) last 13 days of Aug. He will keep a chef, bartender and
waiter on hand for a. columnist. who ieds an air-conditioned
lace to transact Runyon Fund matters during his 7 weeks
""holiday."
Free Lemonade: Jeanne Crain's playing in th's "Take Cae"
f My Little Gir t the oy tomorow..The way Lul A, s
Mendron "nBcr. o Rain" on a RCA-VIctor.. Disney's "Alice
w.derian"," a daring..Carol Hendricks' thrushing at the
Park Ave... JackIe Mes and KLay. Amen at the Riviera. And
Those Gels!..Betta St. John's girl-magic In "So. Pacific."
The Late Watch: Al Green (struggling ongwriter) got a bid
from two p fBer for hi song. ."Tears of Joy"--shortly after his
left htoweay o the struggle. It may mean a naewpy
Ending. .Th prop. of Int'l Latex Corp. (which quotes editorials
wd elya i ast&#W ads) bought a newspaper in Dover, Del.
to& heI Ior repeated the sale but not the name of the new
*wner. TtE crew of the U. S. S. Valceour: Sent it to Secy of
SNavy .. Klim .- H pe It helps.....Maggie McNamara (rated by
3.0N1ata.I stage beauty) Is a click in Chicago with "The
Moos oIs BSe"...The price of having a baby has doubled, no
mattr how poor you are.. Highest cost of all teevy pograms Is
ed-'.rS t 22.76 per 1600 homes. The lowest cost: Howdy-
.oo.y:4$W4... report from card Huadnut: "Berie' is top
y Qnly %U ne with a larger audience than ours." (Dotenier)...
&Z" thkeDaily Worker: '7. Winchell, intimate of Frank Costello
#Ad Jeo. dgaur Hoover". Name-Droupa!... Suggestion to news-
W er edSlfon: On stories about the Jailed pro-Commy mystery-
| 3tot-a5 Mhim Dashlen Hammett & Sickle.

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THE MAIL BOX

The MoO sase** p *en *mNI r***n rades et The Paname AmerIgee
gten are received gratelllt and ore handled in a Wholiv confidentle'
t wa ler'if lau se o ettee deeal MPe wiptiet It I doee't eppo ee ek*
Iee day. lettes ore inthe r der meeivd.
*sese try to kesen the l te. liHited to one p*** length.,
Identity f lette write beld in iftietst conf'e ne
This newseoe e6seuses11 ** pe1msltili ol,** tefmeahts *I epiniOMse
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TIVOLI TIDBIT
Balboa. C.Z.
Sir:
I read in your fine paper the other day that the popular
catering manager of the Tivoli Hotel was transferred to some
place in the StorlehouSs.
And so the Panaia Canal. Railroad, Company, and what-
have-you continues to run true to form.
You get a good guy who does a good job. A guy who is
tailor made for his position. Who gets along equally well with
employes and customers. A guy you can depend upon for
parties, banquets, and special goings on. And so the food tastes
good and you get a smile every time you see the guy.
So what do they do?' They give him a broom and tell him
to sweep up a storehouse or something.
I guess somebody must figure these things out and there's
undoubtedly a reason for everything. Me, I'm lust a customer
and I dunno what goes on behind the curtain.
All that appears to me is that he certainly seemed like the
Muy for the job. Even the nuparaIlleled Stepinfetchit Tivoli ser-
vie was beginning to improve. But they tell him to go 'way
iad count nuts and bolts..
-*muts Is right
Old Keeneye.


Labor News

Ait

Comment


9y FViOtw *eie

WINMTON4L4A N. C. I
have driven through the streets
of textile mill to*wnis were the
marks of bitter ptvakt line wars
remain only In the bitter me-
mories of both uneasy sides -
and someone directed me past
the bright leaf tobaooo fields to
the outskirts of th s Southern
city where other. men and the
boss for whom they work live in
peace as brethren.
I drove past spick-and-
span housing project, on to
Washington Street where
"the boss," a 37-year-old
millionaire, ti building a
15,000 house to Po asa prize
to one the 500 teamsters
who dive "over-the-road"
trucks for him from Atlanta
to Boston. No dynamite tales
here, no sagas of shotgun
bullets. Just the kind of
Arericana the intellectfal
biq city cynics guffaw of -
7,hich makes it an even bet-
ter story.


C Im4CAN -4 AM IopW-

Mk" That Eogie Eye


Horatio Alger was an amateur
compared to this poor tobacco
farmer's son, Malcom P. McLean
by name, who ran a rented truck
at his home in Maxton, up into
a $12,000.00-0. a r business.
Back in 1938, he Sold two thirds
of his share in A"erica's future
to two partners for $500 each.
They sold this country short and
returned. their shares in Mc-
Lean's Trucking Co. the next
year for the same $500 apiece.
Now McLean, a lean sandy-
haired chap, counts, some 500
drivers on his payroll and has
one of those "happy driver is a
good driver" slogans. But he
works at it.
Having driven a truck him-
self, he knew that teamsters
were unhappy living away from
their home terminal, that they
lost their dough on the poker
tables, and elsewhere around a
strange'town. Am o. bling *- good
businessman, he feared the fast
turnover of drivers would hurt
his vast operations. 80o he de-
cided to. offer his men a clean
and comfortable lace for them
- nd their families to live.
But this city of tobacco ware-
houses electronic shops, textile
mills and the other bric-a-brac
of fast growing industrial areas
has made this a tight housing
section.
So McLean went out dnd
bought himself an eA t Ire
ho a 0g tSW1 hAm6es
iu Ore.
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And t.e drivers moved in
their women fqlk and kids.
which made cLegU t happy
for' still another reason. He
knew, ndill t.ell; you, that,
A driver must have a hap-
Rome lific to be a good
-tver. If he has a fussing
f"e#, he worrfs about it for
three hours after he leaves
S 'e for, three hours before
he gets home at nitOht"
SMogt driver accidents -
the bane of weary, over-the-
"roa driving happen with-
in. 150 miles of the home
terminal.
To help the men equip their
new homes, McLean came up
with the idea that he could
share with them the money
saved In avoiding costly accl-
dents. So now he gives his peo-
pie safe driving bonuses but
not in cash in special certi-
ficates drawn on the local Sears,
Roebu' k and Company, like a
check. And he hands them a
vari-hued booklet which ad-
vertises the freezing units, the
bedroom suites, the TV sets, the
ladles' and men's clothing' and
a panel full of toys replete with
ollos and plastic machine guns.
These certificates the firm
calls its "MAPA" plan the
McLean Accident Prevention
Award. They are made out
for three percent of the
driver's gross pay -if he
goes three months with-
out an accident. If he goes
a' year without trouble, he
gets a 12 per cent bonus ,r-
it serip. This is done so the.
tea 'ter will buy the ma-
tero things needed for the
he~e. to be enjoyed by the
nfftre family so his bo-
nus won't be blown on the
town. or on the road.
Another Incentive Is the L-
shaped. N e w England-styled
$15,000 home with garage at-
tached which he's just put up.
To qualify for a chance at the
house, a driver must go the on-
tire year without an accident.
These incentives have paid off
so well that McLean's accident
ratio 'Is far below the national
average for Inter-city trucks. On
Pob. 1st he decided to do away
with allinsurance on claims and
pay them himself where neces-
s atas the story. Except for
the fact that five of his top
uceeutives and four corporation
directors started with him as
drivers; and a Negro employee
Was recently voted Winston-Sa-
lem's Negro of the Year; and
more than 200 of his employee
tve ned enough to buy their
own es In the areas I've jut
driven through.
And there are no battle-sear
-d ,mlneories.
(enprt bht 39i Post-Hal)
Syndicate, Inc.)


RUARK'

al as. Be stopped me the other eight and hit
mq up for a nickel. His arms were full of pack-
.ages.
"I goti hamburg/' he said.' "I got two bottles
.Of beer. .1 got a bottle of ketchup. a head of
lettuce and, a lota bread. But I ain't got an
onion, and-dammed if I can eathamburg with-
out no onion. A nickel buys the onion, chum.
If you will be so kindly.'
I was so ,kindly.
We' have another bum with principles. This
bum Is an uasam edly drunken bum. My wife
and I were picking our way through the debris
caused by the cataloving bum when the drunk-=
en bum stopped me. He was apologetic..
"Look, Mac," he says to me, "Ordinarily I
will not. bite you ,when you are walking with a
lady, but my buddies and I are dying of thirst.
and we'have not yet raise the ,first half-buck
toward the pint. If it Is nqt going to be at
least half-a-ibuck, o nu t bother, because this is
one of those nigH;ts when wE don't want to
raise no false hopel. It you please."
I pleased.
We have one 'class-conscious bum who will
only sleep in convertibles.
This one was sleeping in a Ford with a can-
vs top. on. a recent wet eyenistg., and te car's
owner roused'him by kicking his feet: T e feet
were sticking out the open door. Te bum stag-
gered out, still hazy. He took a fast look at the
car. '
"A Ford, no less," he sneered. "Nineteen-
forty-two model. I could of swore It was a Ca-
dillac when I went to bed. I must;" the drunk
said reflectively. "have been drunker 'than I
thought." He lurched off. a picture of despsled
dignity.
You can see why I am fascinated by my new
street. It Is noisy, and it is dirty, but It Is
never, never dull. -


3 Ban

toa dsonr

Mr.. Baruch has been perodically reviewed by
the'U.' Atomic tiergy Commission,. Chair
mai*-Ordon Dean and Conmmisroner Henry D.
Smyth, have taken special Interest in the sub-
ject.' AXCscientists believe there are adequate
backs for 'keeping the mof t accurate boo s on
production of fissonable. materials. These con-
trols would also ben tffOctive In hydrogen bomb
production, since the A-bomb triggers the X-
bomb.
Furthermore, a group. of 28 congressmen,
headed by Sen. Ralph Flanders of Vermonft, last
March urged Preasldent Truman to, seek, com-
plete disarmament:. through .a e Un Wtld Nations,
and to keep pressing for this loal until it was
achieved. "Coumplete dsarmamrent naturally
includes a ban n atomic weapons, under inter-
national controls.t. ,
Actually, the United Nation, has been moving
In this' direction ever since last Odtober. That
was when President Truman progased that the
UN deal with both atomic energy control and
limitation of conventional armaments at the
same time. Up to now. two comndlssions have
been working on the two problems, separately.
Bolh have admitted they were stalemated by
Russian refusal to' permit Inspections or a cen-
sus of armaments.'
The Russian proposals have been for all coun-
tries to reduce armed forces by a third and to
ban atomic weapons first, before taking up the
Question of controls., The Russians have also
refused to sanction' Inspections of any kind.
That's what stymles disarmament moves. No
meetings of either the UN atomic energy or
conventional armaments ommisin' re held
last year, because thi-RUssians walked ot.
SA U committee of ,A has held three meet-
ingms to explore the possibility of combining the
work of these two c mins Wons. The Commit-
tee's members are Ievresentatlves of the Seur-
ity Council. Plus Canada. -frank C. Nash is the
American representative.
This committee Is now considering an Ameri-
can plan which W al tr two thIngs. First, "re-
gulation. Ilmltat.on. and balanced -edluction of
all armaments and&, ined oles, including In-
ternational security aid lollce eoic'."
Second. "The UN DIM' f o.W Iaternattl conl-
trol of atomic. eneyay aad te mihitlon of
atomic "weapons shoal eoattine to serve as the
basis for ay plan for ti control of ato=ie
energy unless and unnl a better and no less of-
fective system canlb& deviMd"


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NEW YORK. Come with me to the Casbah,
kiddies, and let us stride among the garbage,
cans and snoring bums. I used to think Algiers
had a pictwtesque slum, but Algiers can't hold a
bearded beggar to my native quarter.
My street, down in the Village, is about a
hundred yards long, and it's a dead-ender. But
you get moreI action there of an evening than
you'll expect from the Rue de Lappe in Pais,
King's Cross In Sydney, and the old Frdnch
Quarter in New Orleans. My street is always
full of cops and fire trucks and commotion, be-
cause the natives are so uninhibited.
Why, in one week end, we had a stabbing on
the sidewalk, and two cats and kittens also
on the sidewalk. One husband locked out one
wife, and the fas line busted in another citi-
zen's house. The Poetry Society met, as usual,
and the neighbors turned in the Junlk man to
the conafeeor~our Areat, ahe slin of beat-
IAg baby carriages Into piow res much too
early in-the morning and late (it night.. There
were assorted dog fights, '* crap game on. the
corner, and one lady's pet cat got abducted by
a sinlster catnaper who :-says stewed felines
taste just like rabbit.
Next to cats, we specialize in bums. Our
bums are, I believe, the peer of all the bums
in New York. They are selective, prideful bums,
with specialties. There Is one, a long lean bum,
for instance, who adores cats, and not for culi-
nary purposes, either.
Before he has his first slug of canned heat,
this bum panhandles in behalf eof the long, lean,
mangy cats who flock 'round him as if he were
constructed of catnip. When he accumulates a
quarter, he goes to the butcher shop and buys
two bits' worth of chicken entrails and similar
leavings.
Then we have another bum who is strictly
honorable regarding the spending of his hustled


Born

By Pete

WASHINGTON- (NEA).-A proposal that the
United States withdraw from further UM~ed
Nations consideration of the so-called Baruch
plan for international control of atomic bombs
and atomic energy production recently has been
made by David E. L1enthal.
Mr. Lllienthal is now a private business con-
suitant, but he was formerly chairman of the
Atomic Energy Commission. Before that he was
chairman of the mall group of leading. Ameri-
can scientists and indt trialists who in IMl4
drew up the first plan for international control
of atomic energy materials and production. So
Mr. Lilienthal is now -in effect disowning his
own brain-child.
After the Lilienthal plan was announced, it
was refined for presentation to the United Na-
tir.ns under the direction of Bernard M. Baruch.
An international atomia Authority was to be
established. It waato have the right' to enter
any country, make land and air surveys, man-
age mines, check accounting, make reports.
Manufacture of atomic weapons was to be ban-
ned by all countries, but development of atomic
energy for peaceful purposes would be permit-
ted. under inspection.
No country would have veto power over the
Authority. Violators of Its decisions weld re-
ceive swift and certain punishment. In ex-
change for these guarantees, the U. S. woqld
share its atomic secrets with the world.
These are the essentials of the plan which
Mr. Lilienthal, in answer to a question by this
reporter on a "Meet the Pres" television inter-
view, says the United states shoUld now aban-
don. His reasons are simple and direct.
First, Russia now has atomic bombs of Its
own. So there is no big secret for the U. 8. to
share with the rest of the world.
Second. Russia has shown in the six years
since the end of World War II that it has no
Intention of allowing representatives of other
countries to have free movement within its
borders. International inSection is the key to
effective atomic energy controls.
U. S. government offelal, howev, press
no sympathy for the llpntbal idea' Of Wit
drawing the Baruch plan for t e .
control. "We're still for ece. even w .,t's
impractical." says Gordon Areson., Stte De-
nartment advisor on atei I eannsy atte,
ltlmate international control of atomic mb
production is considered the only pobtle bn-
Swer.
The international control plan Droposed by


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in whsh Justlce ptry a
and irters. Thoue l many agree with Douglas, tha
parnly doenIt. F, dast week a urgett cable sent to
ptnt warned Dgla to stay ut of Iran If he
hWa lfe. .. ;
Obviously he w anot e "an -to mdiate in Iran.
ifi WrABR6VIW $UN-ONXISMO0K
Bulbous King Farouk. of Egptgt tore and cut shi t
h nymoon in dcly thi otlh day.. fra most inte
I# was gallivanting around with- another woman -
bride ana Italian pnotogaphe tried to take his pct
The king's strange behavior on, hls honeymoon shocked
fni roat loyal followers. And when the Itahaa papers
o1t FarouX gavi. up his 24-room villa, boaroe 'nes .-Acht
saije away.
The Egyptian press hinted at the escapades, and as a
te King ordered three of Uairo's btges newspapers
rarly suppressed.; tgypan ceo srefused to al.ow any
reporters 1o cable word of thu t country. ,
The tip that fed to the suspension of Dennis Delaney.j
sachusetts' Collector of Internal Revenue, came from ga
Kefapver of Tennessee, the crime buster... Tanks to a
battle by, orme rSeatary. of the Interlo Harold -Iees
successor, Oaar Chapntn at least one plank of theo
badly battered civil-rights program wad oatried o0t
the transfer of the former Jap mandated 'Islands in the't
from navy to lcvNan control... Senate ,-Hmplrey *f
nesots hal. appealed to his colleagues to give up their"
summer vacaton and keep Conress I seston 12 mo
year. He made the proposal at a closed. mocratic senators, Humpnrey argued that Congress is to
down wnth work to go batk .to the old system- of
recesses..., Sen. Paul Douglas of lol is 'convinced t
Communists should be' forced to withdraw to the.narro'-
of land 100 miles north of the 38th parallel first, as&
the Communists lost; second, to deter new aggrealssons on
Korea.. oug la proposes .that the area between theS3th pl
and the new t be admintered by the united Natie.us
CAPITAi NW UA2PS 1 8
Iran and North Atlantle Pact FPeld 1arsha M
has Informid Genqr l BEisenhower that Britain w 'l(lnt
Atlantic Pact in .ce of fighting In Ir4a. The idea
kisenow who Igok tlah cPt .an ti
wardh" Russla.-na of Western -ure. fnot ar.4
for a 't B in t wMiddle 'Fest. l fritlh
through on ths,the rest of the Atlantle Pat nations will
ably renege, .
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KANMAS CIT, Mo., JuNlo 16 ( 7Y-.-Nisoas tmnndacioew lIos cedls de gaisoUna
cenoa t ,hia i devastando la yastas mnas Industriales de City aentnas quoe s.
estado de ;*ta .y ssoui lUsh, mctata I ag a Aesbordfd tp atil"*se o a s c aeu
hau dosplamdo niedo rml do penon e y eeausdo deios en ~ 6 M m.no wo d4 61res,
En IS fotografia autedior .daoi ver un specto do los ctuMdMos or Ia imn-
daui6n. La fleeha must a, ui hombre .que qued6 atrapado u k caeren Kansas (ity.
La. agusc E raron el motor del earro, strapando a su conductor. y s tm qe eaya nMoed-
d. ,M 9w asmy lejos piara o alcapsade pfr las tuersai do rumate.
M tlt art& cludad a m y s -m o del m .smoo sombre lt lade del rio eniol tEsudo
doe Kagai IAwlu eostra. lo incendles y In, ereolte ntolaundselac por Ia eelds dd los rios
1iseuri y SAM A eiMP"6 a Mspareer t 'saaeo y ya so detuvo a 10 iri s-ub e6Mda de
Berpetra*rlo.
31 eflcto del desetre so hiso sentir on las Industrias Iiaela ep Il de gorra, negodles
comenwreles y tram sotes. 1 asyor &atAs trote p-r inmndaela en Ia histeorf de es e *
tado. MAs de clear locaidades osn iIpundad ab y las aguas cabre las teas ftfinae agricelaa
destrosamedo la cosecfas..


Grand Bretana se opondra con

as sus uersas a possible

-aeto entire EE.UU. y IEspana"
V4MNM COX i.004s ojos losI pactop adiftres
1,,.reMl, P Ppcto del AtlAntico y



'.1voIdrA iuBtem pte a cjzalfter
M aclue e le pto mlltar entire .s-
tddgn myal 'Up
ueplimuar td vIdel= terloe
S RA laclom o Zxtertores de GrAn

cli ;;;W6 '4iaa do U B ri- a ospeq do allA M, uu
h pwlodences,. cuya sexis- Estados tlloT y I& hnpa 4e
Sa eaIL a jl xac16n a-do Franco y, quo sta culminaila
d, 2-n d at. y del con is li=*6 a Madr14 dei Al-
paper, iVtva,,Wt modesto mrante Forrest Shermnan, cdilo:
qe venpd desempefiando en "Nosotro no vemos con b
"rMp 'dO tal *. ... ,noos oos la admisi6n de Espaan
... en e Pacto del AtlAntico o los
-Ei. Minitro Defensa Jules pactos militares entro los mioem
M4och dl6 la nota final de la ce- bros de la Organtlalo6n dcl
lbraecO6n al qanifqetar que "El Pacto del Atlantico y el obicr-
E)ercito Prances estA en Vias de no de EspaAa. Estados Un.idos
ar us poderosa fuerza de est al tanto de to y debe
embute capAs de disumdir d comprender cutl es nuestra ac-
alquee possible agresor. He titud".
dado 6rdenei pars que el pd- .
bilco pueda ver nuestras armas El portavos deelin6 declri s se
hievas con las cuales nuestro habian hecho repreaentacilo.es
ej6rolto esti slendo pertrocha- al Goblemo de Estados Unidos
P**m 4s'4w -W tPa a a st pPaSi Colunna


oimenzo a despachar hoy en
A i 0 u i
SPlacio Municipal Lie.

Vega M .*dez como Alcalde
an Ia mariana de hblay wi an- Auditor no registrar las cuern-
qIthdo Angel Vega Md d'.u- tas, Ia que el Goblerno ha de-
-4 Unta ofcna an el PFalaclo ciddb 'continuar sun rolatco.ies
6mi*nldpal y comim6 a Iw i-onev doctor 'Alberto Navarru
ar como A)lplde del Distrito. -


Citedral ed 9sWeAs r dos dro-
fuqio a "GM o del dia FP O' n"
. N de los cemcladm MIy no l_ jn ': am. .
? ;lo u sa t. na rrguay para
de ae a s, Palaco U- a Car
pals. l. Ucenclado Vega .n- ,
pe et mna n14a del Freat- MONT RM ulIo a1.(Up)
te del on c on Her, JjUliUo 1. (UP)t6
Mati, q e u'a Wevt"j n pi
  • resoluemn apba 'or el maltaei del abeuto dA car-
    10- ne a ca d!l pas
    so sabe (ifMiedlda so to- e Be50aum Utct6n 1de
    an resecto a1 pago doe nqydOdio. esaina I at abste-
    ya que p una p^r- c ievo% de Montevideo a fin
    l. .._tedrA Q acatar d evsu la vtsa draaestla
    dme s di Ooicejo. que ap3ya .deo eare, ta. medida, satisface
    ai Licenclado Vega Mendse, y el a de a o lo ganadero,


    $0 roun M*anoa
    1 A do Profesores

    deeft la
    do ,h ,l rof"ogr
    q. 4 por-

    Si4d au a'dhraisae


    qu dea a mpo atras envia-
    ban poo gano para el a-
    basto de la capital on espera
    do maoru de pneotas.
    COa d ecauttvo
    MmU aao cedg-
    ap a .k ir t. a oa
    spe 1mnor.
    alog tartda angvo-


    Fu6 asesldo an

    Lima un pe ildta
    LIMA, Julio 16 (UP) -el pe-
    rodtsta y diplomitico peruano
    otrge MaCleshn Etenos uc
    nt~erto a balasos mientras ma-
    nejab siu taute6vla en las a-
    fueras de Lima.
    MaClean estuvo do e Smbojador
    del Potu tEMt 1y 44,400-w


    d ouer, de MaCleank con
    cuatro heidas de bala y 1 ca-
    ra destlurada por repeOdos
    to)*as obn pledra fu6 encontik-
    do en.ji carretera dentro del
    autom6vil.


    SRobe Vergara s

    be"l6 suklarf

    Inlriendo cangri u
    El senior Roberto Vergarp fut
    alojado en la Sala 14 del Hos-
    pital Santo Tomas ayer, dcs-
    pues de haber Ingerldo una a-
    i.reciable cantidad de cangaru,
    con objeto de quitarse .la viaa.
    Vergara estaba sin .trabajc,
    pero no se sbe sl eato fue el
    motivo de tomar la tragica dc-
    terminaci6n, ya que hatas aho-
    ra se ha negado 'acer declara-
    cl6n alguna.

    Don Alberto Boyd
    sera abanderado
    el 18 en Pocri


    POCRI, Julio 16 (Correspjn-
    sal) Pocri lucira sus mejores
    galas durante sum fiestas patro-
    nales; su hidalga tradlci6n y su
    Innata alegria serin, in duda,
    puestos de manifteto una vez

    Para abanderado el rm1rcoles
    18, primer dia do toros haL ido
    dealnado Don, Alberto A. Boyd,
    joven y prestlgSoo politico ua-
    cional, actualhnete Vice-PrceI-
    dente del Directorto del Parti-
    do Liberal Nacional.
    Una lujoso oomitiva acomnpa-
    hara al abanderado sefor' Boyd,
    quien ests vivamente empeoado
    en contribuir at 6xito de las
    fiestas de la Virgen del Carmen
    de esta poblael6n. -

    Leopolwd I abdicO
    el trono de Blgica
    en favor de u hijo
    BRUSMLA8. Julo 16 (UP)-
    El Rey Leopoldo 1i de Iglgica
    camin6 calnadamento al trono
    en d Palaclo Real y eComoza
    s cereomonta do abdcacl6n que
    pone ftn a u rlnado de 17
    siom de Bolgit*


    No ha Indlles d. podbles
    poi la abdtea-
    Oift del e opod n favor
    doe as hio do M d edad,


    I;


    'I


    ANGULOS Y PLATINAS


    ANGULOSI I
    1%xl%h 3/1 -
    Wal 3/1 "r


    1iA TRNAO QU3 LOS DEMAs OOULTAN


    FLATINA8 0
    10 3/11 -
    l 3/16 -
    3"f -A


    AGENCIES OLOBALES
    Via Bspa&a No. 121


    y.. .tmNE. lU&IO I1. 1951 CINCO' cENTSMl


    it(


    Pero las conferencias siguern

    en una atmosfera mas cordial

    sin la presencia de guardian
    En tanto se espera que se llegue a un acuerdo parW
    el cese del fuego on Corea
    CUARTEL DEL So. EJERCI- La mayor part de los fetuer'
    TO, Corea, jullo 16. (UP). zos rojos fueron enviados, al
    Se ha anunclado oflclalmente freqte oriental alrededer *
    que los comunistas han enviado Kumsong en donde los soldado
    27 divisiones al frente de Co- de las Naciones Unidas cc-;
    rea, aumentando sus fuerzas de quistaron varias posiclones dho-
    combate a unos 720,000 hom- pues de una ofensiva de tral
    bres desde que se iniclaron las dias, obligando a los mUShs*-
    conferencias de paz. tas a retirarse slete m
    Las fuerzaa de las Nadlenes cia su centro de abau
    Unidas estuvieron atacando las tos y comunicaclones en
    lines enemigas durante today song. '
    la semana para evitar cual-
    quer ataque de sorpresa duran- Las. fuerzas comunista"s s
    te las negoclaciones. Pero las las afueras de la cludad. do.&z
    retaguardias comupistas estan militarizada de Kaesong tei*
    ateitadas con hombres y abas- blan han sido aumentadan, 9iiW
    tecimlentos que se m u e v e n que no se consider eate itw4
    constantemente a las lines de mento como un presaglo.
    combat. Las fuerzaa navales allad-
    Un official del Octavo Ej6r- continuaban bombardeandO loi
    cito dijo que los rojos han au- puertos de la costa oriental -
    mentado su potential ofensivo Wonsan, Songling, ChongJ 1n.
    de 45 divisions a 72 desde Kosong- pero el rt al tiemP
    el lo. de junio. Las divlslones Ullmt6 los ataques afreos cow
    comunistas en Corea, tienen los aer6dromos roios y las
    10,000 hombres cadas una. (PA8A A LA PAG. 5 CoL.


    En Estados Unidos aumentan

    el precio de los periodicos

    las tarifas de los avisos
    Esto me debe al aumento de los costos de


    El nuevo Embajador

    de EE. UU. llegar

    mahana a Crisl6bal
    Altos funcloaarios de la Zoun
    del Canal y 'fa Fuerzas. Arma-
    das de Estados Unidos se uil-
    ran al grupo official de Ia Era-
    bajada de Estados Unidos en
    Panama quoe e darn Ia bien-
    venida en el muelle de Crists-
    bal al nuevo Embajador de Es-
    tados Unidos en PanamA senior
    John Cooper Wiley y sefiora.
    El Emibajador seri reelbiJo
    con un saludo de 19 eafionalos
    y el Ejireito y Fuerzas Aireas
    formarin una guardian do honor
    en el muelle.
    El "SS Heredia", de la United
    Fruit Company, en el cual viaja
    el nuevo Embajador y su esposa
    atracara en el muelle de Crn-
    tobal a las 8:30 de la maiaua,
    y Ia comitiva official viajara a
    PanamA en un tren especial
    El grupo estari compuesto
    pur el Encargado de Negoeios de
    Estadoes Unidos, Sr. Murray M.
    Wise y seiora; el Agregado E-
    con6mlco sefor Louis C. Nolan
    y' seflora y et *seor Joseph J.
    Dempsey, Oficial de Relaclones
    Publicas de Ia Embajada de
    Estadoe Unldos.

    wita seclbio en la est eisa .d i
    fesrrln po r el 6efe del Pro-
    to elo del MInisterio de Rola-
    tlones Exterlores do Panama,
    Sr. don Camindlo Levy Saleedo.
    El sefior Wiley ha pedldo que
    no me le hags ninguna entre-
    vista hatas tanto no hays pre-
    sentado oredenciales, Io que ha-
    ra en una ceremonial especial
    dos dias despuis de su Ilegada
    al Istmo.

    Ydigoras Fuentes


    La responsabilidad por las
    actividades del grupo ha sido
    echada a "los imperialistas
    norteamericanos".
    El jefe del grupo, Ladislav
    Maly, muerto 24 horas despubs
    de los asesinatos en un tiro-
    teo con la PoUcia, se sostiene
    que "fue enviado a Checoeslo-
    vaqula cofmo agent del servi-
    clo de contraesplonaje norte-
    americano para cometer terro-
    rismo, espionaje, sabotage y a-
    sesinatos".
    Los dos sacerdotes cat6licos,
    Vaclav Drbola y Frantisek Pa-
    rit fueron acusados de ocul-
    tar a Maly y Mityska en el ho-
    gar de los rellglosos y que sus
    armas estaban en el s6tano de
    la iglesia.


    sistsan el aumento en i.
    do de papel que entr6 en
    gor el lo de juo de 1961 haip
    sido infructucsoa. Elt F a
    zador de Precioe de los 6stadf
    Unidos, senior Michael V. DIee
    lie revel6 recientetiente que l04
    canadienses se habian negkW4
    a suspender el aumento en vPel
    ta de que el nuevo precla- bx-
    ria possible un mayor benolAei
    y, por lo tanto, un incentive
    ra aumentar la produccifn d*
    papel. e
    El senior DISalle declare, des-i
    pu6s de una conversacin con
    el senior R. M. Rowler, Jete d6
    la Divisl6n de Papel y Pu1W
    de la Junta de Producc1in M-
    ra la Defensa del CanadA, qu
    hay la esperanza de que soe e-'
    tablezcan nuevos molinos g .
    papel en ese pais.
    El aumento en el precio d
    papel ha sido motivo de extend.
    sas discusiones entire el Adme1e
    nistrador de Estabilizaci6n Uoa'
    nomica de los Estados Unldao
    senior Eric Johnston y el M-
    nistro de Producclon del Cana4
    senior C. D. Howe. Nada pA
    tico, sin embargo, result de
    tas conversaciones.
    Mientras tanto, los perl6dlco1
    de los Estados Unido se
    visto obilgados a aumentar
    precio de sus subscrlpctone V,
    las tarifas de anunclC e l
    medio pars contrarrestar el teU*
    cremento en el cost de o
    ducci6n, ya que el 80 por c
    to del papel que usan toe,
    diarlos viene del Canada.


    Se cancela un permiso que

    fue concedido para reparar

    casa 199 de la Ave. Central
    Asi lo decidi6 el Ingeniero Municipal don Francise
    A. Ldpez, quien imparti6 ya las 6rdenes del caso


    bajos de la casa No. 199 de lat
    Avenida Central. .
    "Senor Moreno: En vista do.
    que en repetidas ocaslones le
    he ordenado la suspenuit do
    los trabajos en la casa No.t
    199 de la Avenida Central, 1
    como he observado que a PMari
    de ml solicitud han contlnuad
    dichos trabajos, deaeo' o.r-
    marle que el permlso q=
    concedio el suscrito pars buf,.
    los menclonados trambajo qu
    da cancelado a partir do la *.:,
    cha. Este permlso era amglsm
    sivamente pars hacer
    paraclones menares, ua n *
    na y demolor la partx dm'*
    fic o que se eoncu t
    de la Is ea de cms
    coutinuar los tab aj
    pondra usted a uMna
    ta pr aer ca Mdo
    cna".d 1 1mparuU w
    Adeams Is
    Maq MS
    ^^-9iW.


    Cuatro muertos y cientos de

    heridos se registraron anoche

    en demostraciones populares

    La concentracion de tropas runas' en las fronteras
    de Iran causa gran tension en la capital


    TEHERAN, Julio 16 (i P) -
    El Goblerno de Irta deerot6
    la ley m a r c I a en Telheran
    pars. evitar mis de sionees
    comunistas al inlelar e enatis-
    do del Presidente Trumn, W-
    Aerell Harriman, las nego-
    claciones pars ailvlar la tlets1
    patrol ea Anglo Iranlsa.
    Il Goblerno eerr6 las orgfp
    niuaclones pro-comunlstat pa-
    ra e~dtar que se repitant los
    success de anoche en 160 eas-
    le hubleron cuatro personas
    muertas y 353 heridos.
    Le concentraci6n de tropas
    sovetleas eon Ia frntera nor-
    orlentalr de Irin ha Caosalo
    gran teni6n en Is cpital.
    Fuentes bien Infortnads dl-
    jeron gue Ibs *oviticos oetas
    tavlando eamlones eargados
    cop, ,trpa, ta pobi6
    fronateris e Astara, y
    .q go rMico M s ly -


    Astara en el Mar Casplo.
    Un portavox de IrAn acuso a
    la Anglo Iranian Oil Co. de na-
    ber labitado a los comunistas
    en la provocael6n de los des6r-
    denes de anoche y quo los diri-
    gentes rojges estAn colaborando
    con 1l epmpafiia brities..
    Lod duisrdenes fueroa .provo-
    cadol 'por Isa llegada de W. A-
    verei Harriman, el enviado es-
    pedal del Presidente Truman,
    y eulminaron cuando la Polieis
    con tanques livianos carg6 con-
    tra mis de diez mil manifes-
    tantes comunistas.
    1J. choques ocurrieron en la
    Plaza del Parlamento cuando sla
    Poieias dipers6 la manifosta-
    cl6 comunista c ontra Harr-
    man a quien ilamaron "notorlo
    traikante de Is guerra".
    Los grupos del Frente Nacio-
    na que respaldan al Premier
    Mohammed Mosadegh apoya-
    '.j i Vll O -: 2


    La I atia ici$ hoy- av

    discus' n deiDecrero sobre

    Control de Pre os y Abastos
    Trece articulos del proyecto fueron modificados
    por el Consejo de Economia


    ta Comsli6n Legislativa Per-
    maneqte lnlci6 esta mafians el
    estudlb del proyecto de Decreto
    Ley por medio del cual se dic-
    tan paedidaA para el Control de
    Precios y se cream la Comisl6n
    de Ajuates.
    El proyecto que fuk probado
    por el Conaejo de Gqbltn ha
    sido modificad6 casi en su to-
    talidad por el Consejo de ri;u-
    nomia, en upa reuniln a la
    cual alasti6 el Ministro de Agrl-
    cultura, Comercio e Industrias,
    Ing. David Bamudlo.
    Las principles modificacio-
    nes que se han hecho consistent
    en dar la mayor part de las
    atribuclons que se habian
    asignado al Director de Precios
    y Abastos, & la Comisi6n de
    Ajustes.
    Esta comisl6n estara com-
    puesta por sels mlembros; uno
    que sero escogido de ternas
    que presnten el Magisterlo Pa-
    nameflo Unido y la Asoclacl6n
    de Trabajidores de la Ensefian-
    zz; uno 4 eq. as. que present


    la Federacl6n gindic.1 de Tra-
    bajadores y la Unl6n General
    de Trabajadores; una por la
    *Industria, que sero escogido die
    terna que envie e~ Sindicato de
    Industriales; uno del Comerclo
    Minorista, de los candidates
    que proponga la Asociaci6n
    de Comecliantes Minoristas y
    la de Comerciantes Detalilstas;
    uno del Comerelo Mayorista, de
    terna que presentari Is Asocia-
    cin de Comerciantes Mayorls-
    tax y un miembro del Consejo
    National de Economia.
    Los representantes de los con-
    sumidores serin nombrados por
    trees afios; los de la Industria y
    el Comerclo minorista por dos
    salos y el de los mayorlstas por
    uno.
    Be establece tambin que el
    Director de Precios y Abastos
    debe ser panamefo, tener bue-
    na conducts, career de antece-
    des penaless y poseer titulo
    universitario en material de co-
    mercio e Industria y tyner ex-
    (Pass a la PAg. 5, S. I4)


    w can a 7 IS 0 o afi eetsA tgle
    Un moses de sol dardate.-varies i&a;
    d e an eargaim lMt e ur mer.w P
    ado dolaesl ma e sag

    a 'atoll
    U&S~i^^^iif~tffl iE!


    Condenados a la

    pena capital dos

    curas catlilcos
    PRAGA, Julio 16. (UP). El
    Tribunal del Pueblo sentenced
    a muerte a site checks acu-
    sados de terrorismo y de haber
    asesinado a tres funclonarios
    del Gobierno comunista en ]a
    aldea de Moravia la semana.
    pasada.
    La radio official' de Praga a-
    nunci6 que entire los sentencia-
    dos a la pena capital figuran
    dos sacerdotes cat6licos. Otras
    dos personas fueron condena-
    das a cadena perpetua y cinco
    mis a sentenclas de prisi6n de
    20 A 23 a*os.


    niega tener parte

    en graves sucesos

    SAN SALVADOR, Julio 16 (U.
    p.)-En declaraciones publica-
    das en "El Diario de Hoy" el
    General Ydigoras Fuentes niega
    su participaci6n cn los sucesos
    de Guatemala. Dice que vive
    alejado de la political respetan-
    do la hospitalidad salvadorefia
    para evitar que 6sto sea motive
    de discordia entire ambos pai-
    ses.
    Opina que st el 'actual Go-
    blerno de Guatemala hublera
    dado amnistia a sw adversa-
    rios politicos habrilalogrado la
    reconciliacl6n naciboal. Termi-
    na diciendo que p pueblo de
    Guatemala es contrario al co-
    munismo y reacciona deafavo-
    rablemente cuando quieren im-
    pondrselo por medios violentos.


    El Ingenlero Municipal. don
    Francisco A. Lopez, ha reml-
    tido al Alcalde del Distrito la
    notes quo damos a la publicidad.
    relacionada con una orden de
    cancelaci6n de un permiso para
    reparar la casa No. 199 de la
    Avenida Central. Dice el Ing.
    Lopez que quiere dejar constan-
    cia que do no cumplirse esta
    orden, sava toda su responsa-
    blidad por las ingerenclas que
    ba tenedo como Ingeniero Mu-
    nilcpal en este asunto.
    Ju lIo 16 de 1951.
    Br. Doctor
    Albrto Navarro
    Alcalde del Distrito
    ron el sbadb al media dima ol Presente. .
    0 aproximadamente anese. E otimado Sr. Alcalde:
    pen.mar l a dustria. Aksed&- Par so informacid y paras
    ms do de s ha stitacl n s6 ae!, come primers autoridad
    hnaimdaamene an"s sat"Mai = Distrito hags cumplir la
    M~me nelenasl lsee vinoede dto otlden Impartida per el uatacrito,
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    SUb TALLERES SITUAODS'EN ESTA CIUDAD, CALLS H. Nd. 57

    LA LIBERTAD DE CULTO Y LAS
    DICTADURAS DE IZQUIERDA

    Toda dictadura, sea cual fuere su indole, im-
    plica un sistcma de gobierno con normas mes o
    menos uniforms y con caracteristicas particula-
    res, que es convenient que los pueblos las conoz-
    can para advertir el peligro y para alejarse' de el
    cembatiendo cualquier brote que tienda a subver-
    tir el orden democratic.
    Lo expresado en el pairrafo anterior es muy
    important porque no siempre se saben identifi-
    car a tiempo las amenazas de dictaduras de iz-
    Squierda o de derecha. Sobre todo las primeras que,
    poniendo en juego una series de recursos demag6-
    gicos, logran, a -veceg, sorprender a muchos, pre-
    cisamente por el desconocimiento de las tacticas
    conmunistas en sus diversas etapas de catequiza-
    ci6n disimulada primero y de dictadura abierta
    despues.
    El present comentario solo tiene por objeto
    rWferirse ligeramente al tema de la Libertad de
    Cultos frente a las dictaduras de izquierda.
    La historic demuestra que, tan pronto como
    se ha entrinizado o estA por entronizarse un re-
    gimen comunista, comienza una campafta algunas
    veces hibil y otras grotesca, contra los sentimien-
    toe religiosos de los pueblos, espacialmente contra
    el cristianismo.
    En la actualidad se estan viendo dolorosos
    ejemplos en Europa y Asia donde el totalitatismo
    de izquierda esti echando hondas raises, sojuzgan-
    do a grandes naciones. Recientes estin las pruebas
    del suplicio sufrido por el Cardenal y Primado de
    Hungria y por numerosos representantes de diver-
    sas religiones. En la ultima semana las agencies
    de Prensa han eztado informando sobre las per-
    secuciones que en este sentido se Ilevan a cabo en
    'la China Roja, las cuales estin teniendo seria tras-
    cendencia en ese pais.


    Es evidence que el ateismo forma
    cial de la doctrina comunista, porque
    , tuye u:a d- las'tt:i^ l"W bases de
    cenepci6n iiaterialistw de la video.


    parte esen-
    este consti-
    esa ex6tica


    Seria muy interesante que por mera ilustra-
    ci6n las comunidades democriticas estudiaran las
    mis caracterizadas manifestaciones del comunis-
    mo. Al principio se encontrara que, mientras se
    consolida el regimen, se proclama la libertad de
    cultos, pero una vez que ya se domina el Poder, to-
    tAl o parcialmente, se inicia una velada persecu-
    "6n generalmente obligando a las instituciones re-
    ltgiosas a pagos de crecidos impuestos y, sobre to-1
    do, aislindolas de los centros de servicio social y
    educativos.
    Para combatir un sistema filos6fico de gobier-
    .p es convenient que se conozcan sus fines y, par-
    tcularmente, sus procedimientos. De otra manera
    et muy dificil, casi impossible, identificar cualquier
    niovimiento de penetraci6n que, como el marxista,
    tiene multiples y peligrosos aspects.


    Adquiera lo que necesile

    en nuestro e

    CLUB de 50 semanas


    Ollas de presion "Tempo"
    S *0 Bicicletas "Viking"
    Lamparas de mesa


    Aveaida Cetral 91


    eC Carrusel

    de WASHINGTON
    Po& DREW PEAISON


    Drew Pearson dice: Un
    al Juez Douglas en
    vocard el Pacto del
    Ir6n.


    WASHINGTON. La Casa
    Blanes estaba considerando
    un plan para enviar al Ma-
    gistrado William 0. Douglas a
    IrAn como mediador especial,
    cuando dos articulosque fue-
    ron publlcados desbarataron
    estos planes. Uno de los ar-
    ticulos aparecil en la colum-
    na de Winchell, y el otro en
    la revista "Life".
    El articulo de Winchell de-
    cia: 'Memorandum personal
    a Tito de Yugoeslavia, Nehru
    de la India y otros jefes de
    naclones extranjerax: Cuando
    un tal "Bill Douglas" (de Ore-
    g6n y Washington, D.C.) les
    haga una visit, todas las
    cortesias que se le dispensen
    serin agradecidas por esta
    column. pi sefaor Douglas
    nos enviara una copia exclu-
    sivamente a nosotros, y nos-
    otros la' enviaremos a los
    cl I e n t s del International
    News Service con el1 igulen-
    te pie: "Por Bill Douglas, co-
    rresponsal especial del "Daily
    Winchell".
    Esto no cay6 muy bien en"
    la Casa Blanca. Nadle crey6
    en realidad que el Magistra-
    do lbs a enviar despachos de
    prensa desde Ila India y Yu-
    goeslavia por Intermedio de
    Winchell. Pero de todas ma-
    neras, Winchell no es muy
    popular en la Casa Blanca, y
    cualquier remote asociaclon
    entire 61 y Douglas no ayud6
    pars nada.
    Para completar, el Departa-
    mento de Estado supo que el
    Shah de Irir. estaba que
    echaba humo per un articulo
    apareelido en la revista "Life"
    en lia nal el Juez Douglas
    describia a Iran come una
    tierra de corrompidos y Is-
    drones. Aunque muchas per-
    sonas estan de acuerdo con
    Douglas, el Shah parece quo
    no es de la misma opinion.
    La semana nasaa el Depar-
    tamento de Estado reciblo un
    cable urgent advirtlendo que
    si Douglas apreciaba su vida
    se mantuviera alejado de
    Iran.


    BUJIAS


    articulo de Winchell le hizo do
    la Casa Blanca; Gran Bretaia
    Atl6ntico en la crisis petrolera


    I


    tico. 31 Mariscal Montob-
    mtay ha toformado al Gene-
    ral Elisenhower que Gran Bre-
    tafia invocara el Pacto del
    Atliuntleo en case de lucha en
    Iran. La idea sorprendi6 a
    Elsenhower, auien mira al
    Paeto del Atl ntico como un
    Instrument para evltar una
    invasian ruma de Europa Oc-
    cidental y no como un ins-
    trumento para salvarle el pe-
    troleo a los britAnicos en el
    Medio Oriente. Si Gran Bre-
    tafni ontinua con esta idea,
    el asto deo las naciones fir-
    mkntes del Pacto del Atlan-
    tice reneforin.
    Humor de Acheson Cuan-
    do las 4nvestigaciones sobre
    MacArthr s se seercaban a su
    fli, un amigo le present al
    Secrotarlo de Estado Dean
    Acheson c6mo se sentia. Son-
    riendo, el Secretario replico:
    "Me siento come el borracho
    del cuente que sacaron do
    una eantina a empellones.
    C:Jando volvi6 en si, en la a-
    cera, apreto sus pufios y gri-
    t6: To pued. veneer hasta a
    diez de ustedes".
    Armas sovieticas para Ita-
    lia. El Goblerno italiano
    ha demublerto un gigantesco
    plan ruse para enviar armas
    en grandes cantidades a los
    comunistas del Norte do Ita-
    lia. Cuatro yates cargados con
    ametralladoras y "bazookas"
    rusA fueron interceptadas en
    el Adriatieo.. Las arms eran
    todas nuevas y valian alre-
    dedor 40 dos millones de d6-
    lares.


    ATLAS


    CHAMPION

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    ra ser tomado eon uents cuan-
    do so dtewuta I proyeeto de
    reforms.



    B -ARATAS
    C] r!,


    GACITILLAS

    Universitarias



    El dia 9 de agosto se IlevarA
    a cabo la lnauguraclfn official
    de la Escuela de Medlcina de
    la Universidad de Panama. XI-
    ta facultad qu e to11cI6 eate
    afio 'con 26 estudlantog en el
    poco tiempo de esitr laboMn-
    do, ha sido digna de eloioosos
    comentarios por part de las
    autoridades medlcas del pals.
    El program de naluguracl6n
    es actualmente elaborado por
    el Rector Mindez Pereira y ain
    lugar a dudas debe reaultar
    brillante. Ese dia la I scuela de
    Medicine abrir sus puertas
    para que todoa s ooici* de
    cerca las instalaciones y Ia la-
    bor desarrollada hasta ahora.
    Tamblin los estudiantes pre-
    pararin un program especial
    con el fin de olvidar las arduas
    horas de estudio a quo estAn
    sometidos diariamente.
    Be han iniclado las discusio-
    nes de reforms del program
    de studios de la Facultld de
    Medicine. El proyecto ha sido
    elaborado cuidadosamente y se-
    ra sometido a la consideraci6n
    de la Junta Administrative, una
    vez haya sido aprobado por los
    profesores.
    Es nuestra opinif6' que una
    de las reforms sustanclales as
    deblera efectuar en el prikoer
    afio de estudios on donde los
    estudiantes tendra n que qoaoe
    terse al riguroso eatudio de tre
    materials fundamentals como
    Anatomia, Bacterologia e His-
    tologia y tres secundarila como
    Psiqulatria y Disertaciones cli-
    nicas. Hasta donde tenemos en-
    tendldo, en todas las escuelas

    Red Panamencana
    tiene los mejores
    ProTramas


    A Prueba de Moho


    COMPARE TROPIDURA
    y prove empleos al pueblo
    Panamefo!


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    .ore& I


    en caucCo. .
    aceurridarea

    SCanasata para huevo
    Recoagdor de basura
    Tablilla con jaboneras
    eupecial para el servicio
    Alfombras para el bafio.


    on pI6stico...
    Mantoqullersa
    paral lb. y lb.
    Porta-Cublertos
    Jabonerasm par tiUna
    Port& Cake.


    Juegos para harinas
    Asucar cat6 td.


    I


    ZwaobUlas de nylon
    en todol los tamafios
    pas tlo diferentes usos
    adusMilo.


    Puer de baflo, papelersa en boulto
    S sorquI de pre gflea
    a iW.. Plastos de caucbo para al-
    mtttha de perro.


    Amf fVmTAL de is famma marca "DUE"
    ia do tanuaftM


    -BAAR FRANCES


    MARANA A LAS 5 d6 In tard. so ilsam'Ils UTACIWWO UWDUN I "
    Mlelft A. do h Q y J. do Uism Mbrtlin (owl 360 0lm). gobl d [ .k
    ute4eefrMeea to I lUU ,en ,mvkeo-me s .m s- n Me old" --Ia "
    rf benm-l s4een ihafts el .moa eteA il M l M
    ha tepamadeo ua aleo tbOplal y dtli piata I e* eIrwu s tdi toesu steIss la M
    el6m. El ubUe6 uatDtmevllits en general qseds Id* a aeapseulemar y adtalrm I- is. fla
    iMadae y esav0alenelASi as s intres eroeldma el sotan "m ld.


    GRANDES OPORTUNIDADES PARA UD.

    Todo Io que desee para su hogar y en las oendlolones que a Usted le radan,
    solamente validndose do nuestro Clul' de Muebles y Mereaderias quo Is permits


    con una insignifloants cuota user deasde el moment
    necesite para vivir con mis comodidades.
    IY


    quo to suscribe todo lo quo


    Nuestro Club es el que timee
    mayor numero de socios y dl
    mis antiguo de la Repgblict



    SOLAMENTE MUEBLES Y
    MERCADERIAS DE CALIDAD.


    JUEGO8
    JXu"aoO


    DE RMCAMAlA.
    DX COMDOMR.


    JUEOOS PARAS 8ALA.
    JUZG08 D LIVING.
    MU.-LM PAU. On CILA.
    MUDDLES. 5OTLT~a


    Co. 45 Semams: Juego p,
    ra Sala de 5 Pes.


    Radios, Refrigeradoras, Lava.
    dorae, M eiunh do rsr.



    dores, E tufl paIr gas. p4l
    ohones, LIn6M1s. AltmnbraK,
    liololetas doe Is moJorf*r
    marose.


    Llantas y Batorls pais
    Carros, Chivas y trucks.


    , Relojie, Sortijas y otras pron-
    das do Joyerla y Plattria,
    Juogos do Cubibrtes, Vajillas,
    Crigtaloria, Articulos para re-
    galos.


    REPARAMOS RELOJES Y
    ARTICULOG DE JOYERIA.
    Trabajoe garantizado.


    Cualqdior otro artioule deda
    diez balboas on adelanft.


    Soclos favorecidos en Julio 15 de 1951:
    Soim-ta mAZIMA MORALES-CalIe 29 y Ave Cuba No IS5-Un a-
    binete Jranod pars coclna. esmnaltado en blanco., con franjam
    rola. oanado eon Immana.
    Selor BRYAN M. DUWr-- awrnactl V. Hermo.s-Una eama doMeb
    do caba barniada acn lampe oceuro, con mu colch6n y spring d
    reaorte. Ganada co 1 aImana.
    Sfor CISAR VASQUUZE-Calloe I Oute. No 28-Una cama-cuna
    an eolor natural con s colch6n y spring. Ganada co 4 semanaa.
    Sedor BRAYiLO M. RUDY-Central J. Diaz. No. 4061-Una stuft
    de doe tfoenes yuna Idmpar. Ganadas con 5 semanas.
    SaWera MARTINA Di ERREZA--Calle "G", No. 1--Un estate
    do caob de do ecuerpos con espejs Internee y na edmnoda
    g~and* barnitde oan Jampe nuran]a. Gani con 11 setanas.
    Sctorita CLARA MASSON-Caltl Aeropuerto. No. 309-Un eama
    doble de eaoba barniad I janar naranjo, can etU celch 6ny
    sprtin de es ortes. Ganada con 11 semanau.
    Seloritsa ENIDA ALMILLATUGUI-Ave. Central, No. 124--Una
    cuna mericana son au colch6a y spring. Ganados con 13 se.
    Seaorita ENNA EUGENIA WATHERBURN-Mariano Arosemena, No.
    6--Una vitrina lscorera con puertas corredizas en color tabsco.
    GOnada con 15 semanas.
    Seaeritm WINOLA MORGAN-Calle 21 Wste bl. No. 22-Una coam
    debles amrnlda on jape cocobolo. Ganada con 15 s manam.
    Se6aa GRACIULA MORZNO-Calle 13 Oate. No. 15-Un colch6n
    para camo Individual. Gan6 con 15 semanas.
    Sefior .EONIDAS ARJONA-Ave. Pern, No. 1-Una. cma-cuna con
    u .colph6n y spring, barnizda en color natural decuro. Oan6
    con Iaemonas.
    SeAora EUFEMIA DUARTE-Calle 15 Oeste, No. 19-Una tufa
    Perfection de trees quemadorek. Gan6 con 30 smeanas.
    Seflor FEDERICO RODRIGUEZ-Calle 12 do Octubre, No. 8-Una
    cama doble con au colch6n y spring de raeortle. Gonada can 21
    memanas. --
    Seftorilt EVELIA E. LASSO-Calle 19 Oeate, No. --Una camI
    double de caolb barnilada e Jiaspe cocobolo, con au colch6n y
    spring. Gaanda can 21 manam .
    $eIor LUI8 E. MU*OZ-CaU e. 14 Oat*, No. t-Un a tf Perlte.-
    til de trae quomadorsL Ganmda IAq k-P^.anai. ^ ^.
    X. X.-Ua, jortla de or.p-of mr*. Gaaa .on 1 a ma.at.,
    Sador. AONGLA 108s DPE PARRULLA-Ava. P. Aromemat. 0.3i4A
    -Una latadora elctrica marca Genaral lctrle. Oomndcm
    SIdora W1T* VALENTINE MALONZY-ole U, p. P uavo. No.
    141--Utn ema do dole cao b amletmada n Clr vfta em
    au cochAn y tong do rara. a Gana a& U aammam.
    SeIora ImS KING DE SALOMON-CaIe M, Chemrillo, No. 1S-
    Ubm retrleradomr mae a filco d elate issg ei te.. Gonade
    ca* J S mana.
    som rmmIANDA Dn LOPM-Caue i.tow No.2-Un.
    curn bomnladk ana oaeftS cm sn ocuaav spring, G0a040am
    I Ssmnaims.
    Seftr JOSE I. QUIJADA--Cile 21 Oaft., 1. 1-Uh ema double
    de cobs barnmadan a Aotor vino, cm eoalcha y spring de
    reortae. Ganada coo 28 ammans.
    Sednor DANIEL rweiCO maCmf.L-.CU, 2o.et. No. 4-Un
    radio CA. Vitor do 4 tubes. Gonao oan M smanaSi.
    loWor ARTRO LACXITT-,Callea 2 Ot. Ne. 3-Una refrlsra-
    dora General lctrlc do 8 ple. OaaG a emti t atmmaa.
    Seoora MATILDI PENRIRA DR aCOS A-Caatll ., No. 2--Una
    lavadora automitica marc Gemnt aeeltic. Ganad. conn 2
    Safior BUNAVMI OURA SORIO DE MACO--Calle P. Z ileto San
    Carlo--Un radio marca Stewart Warn r de tubes, elAte ban-
    daGanado otn 360 ebma.3 S &
    XX..-Vna atuf Perfection do t a quemnadt Geanada om 31
    semanao.I
    S a OLIWMPIA AOUILAZ DI GonPZ-Av. cJ. Aremoam No.
    3--Una r rlIrdorea aran" P G,"o. ad 31 laouo a
    Sefior XOGELIO 3. GUltKA-CZaS U1, San VrniNco, No.51-
    Utim can doMe de caoos bamiadsa on naran con ou
    colchao y sprteg do resortae. Gonadma cn nanam .
    X.-Una retrietdoar marcn Phteo de 7 pIL. OGnada aeon 4
    Seforita MAGDALINA LASSO A.-Calle J. No. 3-Una camna do-
    ble de caoba en color jaspe naranla, con au spring de sorte.
    Ganeda con 5 aimnaU.
    Seforita MAGDAL4A LASSO A.-CAlle J. No. 3-Un coleMn do-
    ble de rseort&. Gatm6 om44 mmMai.
    Sefior MANUEL P. RODiM -U-F. ilds, V. Hemmso, No. MS-Un
    jluea de Livg m tileo t brliado n color nogal
    y tapizado en verw .ann coer u3mon.
    Seftor ALFRBDO IrAVIO-CUo 11. Monte Oscuro, No. 3145-Una
    mea con tap ftija y poat* nilquaiadm y cstro ft1a tflndua
    on color rojo. Gan6 con 54 mamnaL
    Sefor CAMILO CRISPO--Catle AogphWrto, No. 31-Un lPbinete
    de cocina enaltado in blanco cmO tanjas aulMs. Goaado can
    58 semenu.
    Sefior ARTURO BLACKETT-Calle 25 Oeste, No. 3-Una cama do-
    ble de cooba barnizada on jipi namenja, con mau colehd y
    spring de resort. manada con 61 maua.


    LOS FELICITAMOS!


    Entregamos Ia mercaderia at momesto de uscribie, enviiseli a u caM,

    9 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB

    AdemA. del rnumero quo elija REGALAMOS OTRO NUMERO CON EL OUAL TIENE
    OPCION A GANARSE, 1 Juego do Roeimara Comedor complotos, quo obb6qula.
    mos SEMANALMENTE a nuostros susr iptores.



    CASA SPORT, S. A.


    Mueblerfa Ferreteria Articuloe de Ca
    Joyeria y Plateria Objeto. para Re6gm
    (Ave. Central No. 20) pr6ximo a la Loterla (Anttgua Fo istw~5 Out )


    El mfrtto do nuestro Club e reeMmoolde peor milke d4 *teg, a e I tS


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    F Whos.tsa-M6mm


    No tetmmo sudms ai
    agato vemiedres.



    Reparamos Radios do
    cualquier maroa.


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    P VA AMuRICA CURIO INDEPNDINT3,


    HORIZONTALES:
    1-Olego de un ojo.
    T--Isla coralina.
    13--Del 'verbo arriar.
    14-Portavoz.
    1--Hermana, religiosa
    16--Una docena.
    18-Ala sin plumas.
    19-Arrase, devaste.
    .21-Alar.
    23--Plantigrado.
    24--aiudica, AOv.
    25-Rio do- Egipio.
    27-iln la boca, Inv.
    29-Relautivo a los toros.
    33-Tragedia de Shakespeare.
    34-Ad.erbio de cantimad
    35-Uno mismtu. PI.
    36-Hater ouseles
    38--Estrujara.
    S 89-Fmnio'o noLei]iii iiiiicidr
    S 40-Uno de ls hno- c le Noe
    41-rspacio dur tlepo.
    44-Descos de beber
    46--Espec.c ac oruga.
    48-Ahares
    60-Conraiio de bue- '
    52-Articulo. PI


    .JJUE V E
    - ESTRENO. SIMULTANEO -
    -EN L68 TEATROS-
    PRESIDENTE


    'ARIEDADES


    - V -


    ZULLY MORENO
    ARTURO DE CORDOVA
    I CAm. LOS LOPEZ.MCTEZUMA


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    - AMim Slar y Ju RIy


    LUiS CEAR AMADRI


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    33-Hacecillo de objetos que se
    cogen de una sola vez con
    la mafo.
    55-Nombre de mujer.
    57-Que tienen alas.
    58-Tontos, argentinismo.
    VERTICALES:
    I-,Acci6n y efecto de tasar.
    2-Bison es de Europa.
    3-Equivocadas.
    4-Rhode Island, Abv. 4
    5-Rito catolico.
    6-Plantigrado.
    7-Roturas menores.
    8-Teatro Obrero, Inle.
    9-Ave domestic.
    10-Alelado
    ll-P.rlo de la baiaja espafiola
    12- NotiEno
    17--In feco cole-ptero.
    2' -Loro.iu. recompensa.
    "2-A.rupaciun Liberal
    Uini eiAitlria. Inic
    26-Pibelloine.t dc los oidc.,
    27-Alberta. Abi
    28-Corona hawauana de floies.
    3f0-Plantas mexicanas.
    31-Norte.
    32-Constelacion.
    34-Del verbo malar.
    37-Articulo. PI
    S38-Desiraclado, de mal aguero
    S41-Madre
    .2-Novillo menor de dos afos
    S. 13--Shindble
    46-Ai tcul:.ton del currpo
    hinallnu
    Y-1147-A arrEdceras
    49--Nume(ro. Iln'..
    S51-Nora inisicai, PI
    .54--Onmilopc-:,a Oe la risa.
    56-Artici'lo indfteiminado.


    DAVID, Julia 16 (Correspdn-
    sal) En procesO de rehabill-
    tkcion se encuentra el HnapA.t'l
    Jose Domingo de Obaldia coin-
    -idera el diario "La Razon" de
    David cn entrelsta que so.tlu-
    -o con loR directors de este eo-
    Lablecimiento y con el audt;.'r
    rie la contraloria don Didimio
    Grimaldo que-lleva a cabo us.a
    revision de las cuentas de Oe
    hospital.
    La lipottante entrevista ;.e-
    cuge datos relevaloris de pjx.-
    dtrosa tarea que tendran q..e
    realizar los actuales encalga-
    dos de esa casa de salud.
    El problem a fundamental del
    lhol)pital. declar6i el auditor Uri-
    I.aldo, consiste en "LPa cuertas
    a cobrar" que adc!enden a ia a-
    pi eciaole suma de B 61 14S.'4
    y las cu entas a pAgar" que a!-
    ,anzan a B. 45.182.
    La actual aidmlnltraclin tiva-
    baja afanosamente por amnoi-


    "P'ELIGRO"
    Un romance inspirado en la venganza de un pistolero.
    SE ESTRENARA EL JUEVES EN EL CENTRAL!


    La brillante caracterizacion de Dick Powell en el papel del hom-
    bre tras una just venganza. contrast con el tran atraOcivo sen-
    sual de Rhonda Fleming en el gran drama "PELIGRO" que estre-
    nara el Jueves el TEATRO CENTRAL.


    m /


    * JUEVES *
    SENSACIONAL EXITO
    COMICO!...

    ^ftA~weeA ..


    tiftr esta deuda pero ante la
    poailbthdad de qu. solo se *c-
    cupere el 20 por clento de .a'
    cuentas por cobrar, da Idea de
    ia -Inmensa labor por deoA.-
    r-ollar.,
    BSe eqnsldera que estando r
    Hospital en ]roceso de reliaLt-
    iltael6n.*ejo la actual direccon.
    s- Odrfa adscriblrle los 'se".l-
    ciO.del Beguro Social. der .,a-
    dera'que logre solventar'asi la
    actual altuael6n econ6mlca por
    que atraviesa.
    El teoto actual por paclerte
    alcanua B. 2.84 idos balbnaa o-
    cl'entleuatro) menor que el co-s-
    t, anterior. Los ingresos de e-
    rero a-mayo del predaente t no
    ascendleron a B. 87.241.60 mit'n.
    tias que los ga.tos alc:nzaroi. a
    B. 85.185 26 Fue durante el n13
    do' mayo ultimo que la adcii-
    nlstracion del hospital logro Lb-
    lancear el presupue.sto lograiio
    un superavit de B. 318.15.
    Es Indudable que el Minls.-
    rio de Previsio6n eclal tomara
    carts n ente asunto, ya que su
    intellgente Intervencldn log.a-
    na coadyuvar a que se normait-
    ce el actual estado de coJu.3.
    haeia el log1t definitlvo y p.,'-
    ranente de Isa tan deseaa. ric-
    h.blitacl6n del hospital Jose
    Domingo de Obaldia.


    RED PANAMERICANA

    tiene los

    mejores prooramas'





    HO y V ULTIMAS
    H Y EXHIBICIONES!
    Una romintica y paslonal
    historia de amor!
    DOLORES DEL RIO
    JORGE' MISTRAL, en


    - wv


    P .nWALTER SLMAK-ESSEIITE
    G e do V L I1 L Ou iLOW IS e, w F- OiC8 O aW COtUD 'C, *' ** 41 0j2,' / &
    PMac so. WIARL RAIEe K lICaAI UAUNI saTtUI IEMMa


    P- a* -
    SP/E SON/AM..;PR0
    or awi MEpf/fR!! r/4


    Li'


    CON TU4"
    con1rue
    puvEe'I
    rA CUA
    440M*


    1OLOR AXILA zYYO,
    tHAAB1A ALffO 'MfJOR .pffUr1A

    CRIMAAWM
    PROTEGE MUVCO
    S,"MA. ; TIEMPO...JT
    ENCANTAO!'!


    Dczc


    DESEADA


    La Comedia Disparatadal
    con -
    Pepe (Avivato) Iglesios
    en -
    EL. ZORRO
    PIERDE EL PRELO
    il*.i...--L.


    D.


    P6rdidas por 10

    mHil bis. original

    incendlo en Bocas


    BOCAS DEL TORO, Julio 16
    (Corresponsali -Por Radio-.
    -l Sabado "pasado como a las
    once de la aa ata pavorwo-
    iuceendo llue eatalld y destri'uyo
    totalmente la casa habitacio. di' I
    capitian Stephen Bruce Burg.-un.
    conducfio de la motonave "I-
    dial", quien lleg6 procedente de
    Colon unas horas antes.
    El luego fu combatido pot el
    Cuerpo de Bombcros de ets
    ciudad qulan, a pea;a de los es-


    LA GRANDE DEL ANO!

    JUEVES
    13 NA
    TEATRO LUX
    A ire-Acondiclonado
    V EN F.L' TEATRO
    -- CE C I L I A

    Filmadd en la propia India
    y e n Tecni-0lor?
    I -*r. uj!^ --wr e".e me. a i -^"w n


    DE LA


    INDIA.
    con -
    ERROL FLYNN
    DEAN STOCKWELL
    Paul Lukas Robert Douglas
    En Tecnicolor!
    VEA embuscadas en los Hi-
    malayas! Carga de elefan-
    tea! El Interior de reales pa-
    laclos inilos' Maravlllas y
    ex6ticas bellezas!...


    r ESpM TUR O
    ICO LA INwrADE
    <^y.MrnA r


    POQQUE.


    CHtPO, 4u1lO 18. (CorreapoM-
    sal,. U- tna nueva comalan
    int'egrida par los saeforeas Ju-
    lio Rodrlgue y Rafael E. Ba-
    crera, se encuentra en' ists des-
    de hace varlos dims, Inapeccio-
    nar no los lotes de lau parcelas
    de tLierra del patritnonio faml-
    liar. Por lo que se ve lleva tra-
    zas de terminar "pronto, pues"
    ya en esto soe an gastado Jn-
    gentes .6Iumy .A wlnero.', Hasta
    el pre rsitxion'" muy pocos 5s'
    que sabea a, cleacla clerta cual
    es el lote que $ek pertenece. A
    nadle se le ha hecho entrega de
    sus respectivos lotes. La refe-
    rida comltsin, despu6s de hacer
    estudlos; rendira informed deta-
    llado al 6rgano respectlvo para
    que Esta proceda despuds de
    henar otros detalles de nimpor-
    tancia, al reparto de los men-
    clonados lotes


    Datos reveladores arrojan

    las inspeccionel hechas en

    los libros de ese Hospital
    La Ili;.ituci6n tiene cor.promisos pendientes por
    SB /45 mil, pero se estima que sera impossible
    que 'cumpla sus. obligaciones


    (Parsm
    BW POPULAR
    9APESFlA
    PECO A U


    con -
    CARMELITA GONZALEZ
    . GUSTAVO ROJO


    do 6w #atrw
    CHWO *ulle 4It.(Olgo'.
    ad) con motiwv. '- at,
    mare .el d- d o ti l iP*. gN

    Repibliua dmntAlubtua icle
    mea, wopo tambl4- a tos I
    fuPrlopfrtos ue haj-Inteiw perad e d
    4ip, pat quee haga- retl au a .apft i
    mAxtie mparActd4n do aeto vais P we
    tpebid. Ieprenlntada 'n e mau- o ml
    :arret pesteaps snvlcito oo P .oftrl aR- -w
    SaBo .


    . -.
    HOY ALAS 9 P.M


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    .. .r O. E %. T d a.,,

    EL TEATRO CENTRAL 'i
    hi


    present


    -, "
    - e :


    , otro de sus famosos


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    "ESTRENO-S SORPRESIVOS"


    Esta vez presentando uno joya cinematogrdfica de '
    to Universal International Pictures, Y comAO
    tumbre estamos seguros tendremos su aprobaci6'n.


    HOY LUNES a loas 9 P.M.


    HOYN
    wk!ft~ro, I


    PRESENTAI


    CENTRAL
    :845 2:17 .- 4:30-- 6:43 8:56 8R
    Alan LADD Mona sREUMAN, n
    "EL.HIJO QUE VUELVE"
    SA'LAS'9:00 P.M. .* *
    "FETREMN CtRDDPEIhVtA"


    BELLA VISTA-y TROPICAL Simultdneamonte!


    ACLAMADA COMO LA MEJOR
    PELICULA DE GUERRA DE
    TODOS LOS TIEMPOSi -


    Arreglado camino

    de abala Tole
    TOLE, Julio 15 tCorresponaa.'.
    -El camino Quabala-Toei, c:ue
    .,a sido por muctos aftos acic-
    sible sole en la .Epeca veranicga
    e-tk bastante arreglado ia piue
    de ha regado pledra a lo Ilago
    de esta. Sia. Hacemos lle.ar
    inestro agradeclmlento al Exde-
    lentisimo sefor Presldente de la

    fuerzos realizados, trati jo .,-
    ziclentemente por la falta de e-
    qulpo adecuado para comatLir
    Li siniestro.
    Los pjrdidas ocasionacia se
    calculan en diea mUl Balboas


    CIANI EL


    ECZEMA
    LE- NHATIIIA
    bbtefrd l fts de AetAefsa e.
    meralda Nemei, AlIVla .1see.e-
    .in, I- heroes 7 al smn aSv-
    eleFO de la plei may presto.
    Eata exrleanto reeett de on
    m6dico, conocida en todo el munde
    como el Acete lsarneralds Moon..
    em tan efleaz pn el tratamlento da
    lam ernfaermedades de la.plel. qua oa
    pfcamsn del oczesmao oea*j I" pri-
    nerets apllcaclones. Ctntinuande
    fatai. muchos camoa de eezenwa son
    vencidoa y muy rara vesm e repite..
    En el tratamtento de flcerns au-
    purantes, abseesos y divleaso *
    clacotem. au eficacla ea extraordi-
    nar la El A.-alte Eameralda Moona
    epA de vents en todas lu far-





    HOY y MAASANA!




    -- con -
    PEDRO INFANTE
    v ROCIO SAGAON

    J U EVES *

    SARA GARCIA
    -- y ,

    ANGEL GARASA
    en -

    I n 'S^^^^^^^^^


    VARIEDADES
    URA HIDALOO
    La .n botell ma-
    triz del cine' ar-
    utlno y "Los 5
    Grande del Buen
    i umior" en u n a
    Comedll Musical
    deapampanantel
    "CINCO GRANDE Y
    UNA 'CHICA '

    TEATRO ENCANTO
    Alre Aceodicuade
    Tyione tower. en
    LA PATRULLA INDOMITA
    y -
    June lHver. o
    "SOLO TU Y TO"


    TEATRO TIVOLI
    PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
    LeLica Paftw.U en
    "CAMINO AL INFIRBNO" y
    "LA HIlA .De LA OTRA"
    cen Cachlata

    TEATRO IRIS
    asita Quinana keeSt


    CASAD CO- o GOO

    HrSPANO_
    Esther Fremndez, an
    "FLORB DB. A rE"


    SLa vibranie batora de
    los vallentf que desem-
    barcando efo Normandia a
    Sangre y Fuego alcanza.
    r iron la victoria finally


    S David BRIAN John AGAR
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    CECILIA
    UN DOPLE DE ESTRENOSI
    John Carrol. en
    "ANGELES
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    Ademins;
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    Gran aventra e% la Selval
    Y el Corto 'M. 5tTE3IO DE

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    TEATRO EDISON
    "EL CORREO DE LA
    MUERTE"
    Alexis Smith, en
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    TEATMO VICTORIA.
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    a Panama.
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    EAhhlSda deo Bapsa en El
    Ecuador, sector Rafael de los
    CasMrea( pulen llga hoy a Pa-
    nam|. CmO el fin do pair uns
    t*5lorada vltando a sus pa.
    dress 8.'. el Embador de is-
    para y la Condeos de RAbago.
    Pars Kuis p
    Despedlmoe atentamente a la
    Condess Lits de Viscays. quien
    desppu de hadber psado una
    temporada en Panasii visitan-
    do a eus hjos, aefior Pabrice
    de Vizciya y a eisora Tereasta
    A. de Vizcaya, regres6 ayer a
    Paris, lugar de mu r.eidencla.


    MISA
    8e diri por I1 eterno descanso de quien on vida se ilam6

    HENRY J. YOUNG
    (q.e.p.d.)
    Sen lk Igl#Uia de Santa 4na, el Martes 17 de Jullo a lus
    C:30 a.m. 8u eaposa Elvia CarboneU vda. de Young 6
    SIb a, apgadcardn la saltencia a eate acto pladoao.
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    Condesa de Rdbago,

    | e.a ceen en invitar a todos los miem-
    ro de llt Colonia Espafiola al solemne
    '*, 'e rDi" que serA oficiado en la Igle.
    sin de San Joas de esta capital, el pr6xi-
    ome inircoles 18 de julio a las 9:30
    a.m. y a a recepoi6n que ofreceran
    en el Palacio de Ia Ehibajda a las
    6:00 p.m. del misnm, dia, festa '
    national de kq a. "



    PAIA UN 5SUEIO REPARADOR

    EL COLCHON "SIMMONS" ES LO MEJOR'
    i NO ESPERE A QUE EMPIECE
    EL RACIONAMIENTO


    DESD~
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    Oheuervan la JUVENTUD y la BELLEZA!

    DESDE


    SUAVES FUERTES
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    * DURABLES


    SPARAMA A&MRICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTI "


    na lAftta, ocurrido s iaat
    en la Clinica Ban Fe psado;

    FeUlcitamos a ol uor I
    Alvarsdo y sefiora 'sn" Jr.A


    SM134 ronto restablecimteto 1
    ewassmos a la nIfia s ilda Ar is
    SPi quien guard cams en su
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    u l U diM t deseanso
    C aen F. de Chan-
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    Anksu sde MWtritmeonle Brt. Carmen Berrooal
    Ps ltj 0sd oordialmente ml Sra. ilvila E. de Moreno
    Mftso Oetrmno Guardia Ja6n Nifia Rebeca Margarita us-
    y oSA Mary r Bilen de Guar- sell Fernindez.
    c,, .tiM eeulebraron ayer el
    a uversarlo de su matri- Nifias Irene y Marta Oller Zu-
    Sad bIetdblots.
    A,. ..Nl.o ldgardo de. la Guardia
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    MARANA

    LUX
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    triznte de todos log tiem-
    osl...I dolo de la smuJeres
    de tou lau generaciones I
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    Su PEicula M1p Pqpularl
    C6pia Kueva odernizada
    con msmica y sonldol
    Traida Eipeulalmente por la
    Empress del TEATRO LUX


    Arosemena.


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    Bra. Emita L. de Paredes
    Bra. Tereslta A. de Arias
    Bra. Carmen F. de oGandeck
    Joven Roberto E. 1jall.Q
    Nifta Marcia Ceealia Orlac
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    mancha los dedos. Angel Face no se reseca. Se aplica
    con la mout que tree y deja un acabado aterciope do.
    IDur m ho mS qu o Is polvol Esc cbado uniform,
    exquisito, que dwira tltfo en el rostro, se del a una raz6n
    especial. Angel Fcagcontiens un inredjent6 "a&l vo'
    que es parte integmnte de ste maq ilaje ita divino.
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    Angel Face de Pond's Tan nitido y tan perfect puun -
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    ra suave, y perf ct.. Y el depAbto do


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    el contenido de tinta. No contiene una bola
    pieza de caucho. Para mis facilidad al
    Uenar-para mayos facilidad aJ escribir-
    para sasfaeci6n duradera-vea boy mismo
    la Nueva"51".


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    trlmzolea el Or. Don Candela-
    rio Morales y la simpatics se-
    fiOtta Bllvia Pardo. Hacemos
    vtop por sla eterna felicidad del
    Iopr que formarAn hoy, lle-
    ne ad esperanza, los j6venes
    Mormles-Pardo.









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    como un bIbi?
    Pona" n d poeo do POBUM en umn
    mso. pidlau suas o lechk calim.
    to y obtandrd uaa babida sabroms,
    dn oimaluantM. qw eIs ayudard s
    lb utar doe a suino tranquwl.
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    perlenola coinersialde liez afios
    pof 1o Mieno,
    Entre las atribuclonas de la
    Coimlal6n.de IJUs ebt ia ae
    rCfuil sy-Vjtwie ,.al. por
    mayor" y moenot ir4 I l' Ar ;os
    de prithab'neS.. l y dC las
    tarifas de lo1 4r62 m ide tll.
    dad pV6blloa. A t, el 'artbuilo
    que para el c .edo se tendrA
    en cents el. cost de los ar-
    ticulos y servicloe y el recono-
    cimlento de una gananels razo-
    nable en la vents o suministro
    de los mlumos.
    El ConseJo de ieonomia a-
    greg6 un articulo ruevw en el
    scntldo di "que no se tomarAn
    en cuenta; para determninacl6n
    de los coatos de los artieulos
    ofrecldoa en venta los sub con-
    tratos o transacelo..ea sucesl-
    vas que Me celebren con el fin
    de rechrgar los coatoe fijados
    medlanto recargo1 lnnoeosarlos
    dentro de ia sana prictic co-
    r.erciaL
    Sobre el acaparamilento de
    articulos de prAmers necesldad
    se ha facultado a Ia Comlai6n
    de Ajustes para tomar las me-
    didam neceuarin para evitar el
    acaparamiento o eacaeez de los
    miamos cuando eatos produs-
    can eneareelmiento o eseasez.
    Estas medidas o6lo se tomarin
    con reapecto a articulos para
    los cualea ae hays fljado )'re-
    clos mixinmos de vents y su


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    ejecucl6n sea de character ge- traste 'en el prop6stico "eOp.
    neral. 'Msta del Embajader die BMst .,
    Tamblen liene la strlbuclon dos Unties, Heony grady, de
    .a Comisl6n de *Ajuites, de inzl g6 la IS uameln e'tU l tegad -
    ,ervenir y regular la distribu- a an punt en gue serA piible
    -ton de los artieuls aiempre replve p y i doelaraeqa Ieekhp
    que fuere necesario para preve* ae. Prts per Iftrriman d quo
    nlr o reducir el encarecimlento ndia u A.61 s xt. A s o s ralsin.
    de los mismos y para prevenir -
    o reduclr el encaracemiento de &I. =1
    las milumas y para prevenir oDBaJO e PlparO
    corregir las restricclones y .des- tas de abasLetminlento.
    plazamientos do la oferta y la
    demand hechos con "fines de BASE DE AVANZADA, lu)l&
    especulacion normal. 10. (UP). Los delegd,
    Tamblin d6cretark y regula- las Naclones Unidas y
    ra el r4clonamileto de articu- nistas -terminaron s1 a 'i
    los de prfmera necesidad y las lpis ourta reunl6n oen
    cuotas doe mportacl6n de mer- m6sfbra' de raucha mis cordt
    caderias que so ie amignen el lidad y sin pingin guardian sa t
    paia y verfflear la exactitud de mado com puita en los alre
    las peasa y rmedidUa y caktigar dedorea -M ouarto de coates ,
    a quienIk la aikteren segim los renciss.,'
    tdrmlnoe del menelonado 'de- Lgs sediles de Isa mafiana
    creto ley.. o tarde del lunes s1murerqPnAO 1
    Un artlo muy important una hora y i a .
    reformado por el Consejo Na y fu nterumpdando a j
    clonal de aconomla es aquel an de la deleg i de las Nac~1r-
    que el que se deflnen come ar- nes Unlda. vice-Almrrante -C.
    ticulos de primer necesidad Turner JOy termino de leer su
    todos aquellos destinados a all- declaracl6n y Joe rojos pidlerp
    mentaclin, vestuarlo, albergue, un receso de dos horas.
    Miedicacldn e. Instrucci6n y co- A] ser declarado el receso 10o
    mo utilldad public el transpor- roas salieron del cuarto de
    te, alumbrado, gas, combusti- conferencias con cars series y
    bles, acueductos y telecomuni- se montaron a sus "jeeps". Al
    cacloneb. principle se creyo que algo ha-
    Con respect P. las sanclones bia salido mal en la confe-
    se hanr consignado multas de rencia, pero el Almilrante Joy
    diez a dos mil balboas a los explic6 a los perlodistas que es-
    infractores y hasta la suspen- peraban afuera que "hemos te-
    sl6n de la patent y clausura nido la palabra today la ma-
    del estableclmlento. fana".
    Por ultimo so ha incluido un La delegaclon de las Naclo- :
    articulo nuevo aen el cual se nes Unidas esperaba queen Is
    establece qua el Director de reuni6n del lunes se terminara
    Preclo y Abstos. podri delegar la agenda de ]a conferencla,
    ecr losAlcalds y Gobrnor I quest un e los principales
    eynds problems pars un u acuerdo do
    el conocimiento en primers ins- un cese de fuega en Cores.
    tancia de los julclos por Infrac- La session del lunes era la
    clones del Decreto Ley. principal prueba de la sinceri-,
    S dad comunista al promoter quo
    Kaesong serial una ciudad neu-
    Des6rdenes en trial en los hechos ast come
    ron a la Poli atacando a lo en nombre.
    comunistas dead lan called ad-
    yacnte., s,.NI *e ,la Lo m s tierno de
    Lia nsaba bombs lacrim6gen L
    para dispersar a log manlics-
    taates. la mata para l1
    El Gabinete fui convocade a
    sesl6n extraordilnars y en vi- s deicio
    tU de la gravedad de la litua- ---- is delicilo
    cl6n se deeret6 la lay marcial,
    estableclindoos el toque de que-
    da decade media nocke hasta las
    cineo de sla mafinans.
    Los comunistas lograro re -
    chasar a I& polaics montads, pc- .e
    re istos formaron filas nueva-
    ments en frente del edifielo del
    Parlamento y abrieron fuego
    con pistolas y rifles per sobre
    las cabeans de le amanifeitan-
    tea. La Poleis eontinu6 dislis-a
    random msdi de clen tires poer l-
    nuto. Entonces los tanques lvla Personas qi han ded
    non eon ametrailadoras irrtum-
    pireo eon Ie plaza, hauendo los cado su vida a esta if-.
    comunstas sterrorilades. Detris dustria, escogenpar. us-
    do l es tanques v ens Is police tlad Le hOl as rnts aor.
    montodis tss sables on nanaoY .I
    toletes. on dos mi anie no qued6
    dedicania s o. yop s u.Xo ,sp %
    limplar a esause iltd .
    LaPoUca eontc6 la. eopias 4-As r e 0 lmeccIln u '
    de dos perl6dicoe proeomanistas debe la ex 4 ulites de es
    y suspendl6 eu publleacl6n.A La
    poliela mifltar cerr6 el local de
    ios "Partdarlo de is Paz' y dulo Pida en las buenas tien
    que iste es el centro de to.;o da. "TEN gR LEAF".
    ]om comunistam del pai.E.
    S..TEHERAN, Julio 16 ( P) -El De enta en paquetes .
    Goblerno de IrAn deolar6 nulos en bolsitdsflltrantes. I
    todol I contErtos de Isa Anglo I
    Iranian Oil Co. y of reel6 su =a-
    trWise a equln qulers comprarlo
    al csntado' y transportarlo por
    su CuOnta.
    La mediid estia destinada a
    Rnediareol Jetiro por Gran-
    ..re.U a .,. Is fload,.,. ear o
    peroloros d I lAnglo Iranian ld
    il Co medpy, oda parece o ar-



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    SE ALQUILA:-Chalet en Via Porras
    No. 64. Sola, comedor, porch. 2
    recamaros, 2 servicios saoitarios,
    cuarto empleada, cocina, cortinas
    venecianos. limporos, terraza y
    garage. Tel. 3-1863.


    SE DESEA
    DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que
    conozco de laborers de camp pa-
    ro cuidar coso en el Valoile de An-
    t6n. Debe tener recomendoci6n del
    lugor donde trabaj6 antes. Cio.
    Dulcidio GonzAlez N., S. A. Fibri-
    ca de Mosoicos, Aye. Culqa No. 8.


    '. ,4v..4 ,


    Sinfonice !

    En su radio


    SE VENDE
    Autom6viles
    SE VENDE: Comloneta' G. M. C.
    Mctilico en perfects condiclones
    mecinicas. 5 llontas nuevas. Inf6r;
    mese tel6fono 2-2040 de 8:00 a.
    m. o 1:00 p. m. con el saieor
    Grau.
    SE VENDE:-Cami6n chasis "Stude-
    baker" Mod. M. 17, double dite-
    renciol, motor perfect condlci6n,
    site slantas 8.25 x 20 Michellin,
    muy buen estado, un afo uso.
    Precio m6dico. Llame teldeono 555-
    J, ol6n.


    SE ALQUILA
    Locales
    SE ALQUIL,\:-Locol pora oficno.
    orriba del Teotro Central.
    CLINICA, equipoda, altos Farmacla
    Salazar, calle 16 OeSte No. 28,
    Ponoam.
    SE ALQUILA:-Locales para dep6si-
    tos de merconcios, tombiin un ta-
    ller de herreria equipado, y un
    taller de mecjnica para autom6vi-
    les. Tel. 2-0540.
    Villawueva y Tejeire Cie. Ltde.
    SE ALQUILA:-PIso alto de la Cia.
    Fiduclqria de Ponami, S. A. con
    o sin mobiliorio de oficino. Area
    435 metros cuedrados, aire ocon-
    dicionado y Central Telef6nica. Pa-
    ro informoci6n ocuda al Banco Fi-
    duciorio.


    SE ALQUILA


    Cuartos
    SE ALQUILAN:-Cuortos para hom-
    bres solos 'de buenos costumbres.
    Avenida Anc6n 27 altos.
    SE ALQUILA: Magnifico cuarto
    amoblado, frente ol mar, servicio
    independiente excelente vecinda-
    rio. No. 5, primer escalera. Plaza
    2 de Enero.


    SE ALQUILA: Cuortos amoblados
    par hombres. Entrada Indepen-
    diente. Ave. Ernesto Lefevre Par-
    que Lefevre, caso 32.


    4 I iT


    "La





    Bien


    Pagada"







    2:45 P. M.

    Red Panamericana


    BLTI T 1 se estrenaa malana a lIn
    2:45 p.m. por as ondas
    de la Red Panamericana con el reparto estelar de Anita VillalU
    y Edgar del Este. "La Bien Pagada" a las 2:45 de la tard
    estupeadamente dirigida por Emilio Diaz es mna audici6n pre*
    Fentada por Kelvix, S.A. de esta ciudad.

    ,* 1


    SE ALQUILA
    Apartamentos
    SE ALQUILA;- Apartomento 3 reck-
    maras, solo, comedor, cocino, cuar-
    to servicio; garage, "Avenida Justo
    Aroswmena 50. Tel&fono 3-0635 o
    2.2180.
    SE. ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder-,
    no de dos recimormros y sala-come-
    dor,n edn difici "Muller". Aveni-
    da Tivoli No. 18. Llomor Tel. 2-
    1032, Sr. Correras. i
    SE 'AL,QUILA: Apertamento chico,
    parte c6ntrica, Avenida Centraol.
    Matrimonio persona'rsol Infor-
    rnes oficina FAbrico calle H No.
    *1'8, en 'la manano.
    SE ALQUILA:-Aportamento con dos,
    SrecAmoras, sola-comedor, barrio y
    cocino, 8:60.00.. (Entroda Son'
    Francisco). Llave Avenida Cuba


    '85. Telifono: 3-0841.

    SE VENDE
    .Artculos de Casa
    VENDESE mobiliario dos residenclos, '
    bien eposervados. Precios increibles.
    Ocurre cosa esquino cqlles prime-
    r ra y once. Poitilla, de I a 6 p. m.
    VENDO-Miquina de c6ser SINGER!
    motive de viaje, B.30.00. Avenida
    Norte No. 3.
    SE VENDE:-Un estonte, juego de


    solo tapizodo, refrigeroadora "West*-'
    inghous#" y mezclodora. Avanida
    "B" No. 89 altos, Apto. 7.
    SE VENDE:-Juego de comnedor doe
    coobo. sills extras, miquino paro
    h cer b lques doe conreto, mesa..
    ppro plates y otros articulq. de co-
    so. Avenida 4 de Julio No. 49.
    __ _________ ___ __ 1 1


    SE NECESITA


    General.
    SE NECESITA: AGENTIE VKNDE-
    DOR para et Club de la Joyer~ao
    Hawaii "Ave. Control. 54.

    SE NECESITA
    Domsticos
    SE NECESITA:-Buena cotlnera con
    referencias. Buen sueldo, calle 41
    Sa
    SE N KT,:-Empleodo paqg serS
    vcib dec65a, flavor, plonchar.. Ibebe
    dormir en el. empleo. Alejandro
    Toussieh, call 44 No. 37 Apt. E.
    SE NECESITA.-Cocineroa qu, se-
    pa cocinor. Avenida Manuel 'Ma.
    de Icoza No. 7, aportomento No.
    4 (Campo Alegre).
    SE. NECESITA:-Buena cocinere con
    experientia, Avenida Peru No. 7.
    NECESITO: Muchocha oven pars
    oficios domisticos. Informes Dulce-
    rio Astoria, calle P No. 3, al lado I
    Teotro Apolo.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleada poro todo,
    dormir fuera, moatrimohlo solo. 0-
    currir marlano 8 a 10 a. m., tor-
    des 7 a 8. Segundo Perejil 13,
    Apto. 10.
    SE NECESITA: Empleado. buena
    presencia. Inutil si no tiene expe-
    riencia. Buen sueldo. Colle 52 co-
    so 8 Apto. 4.
    SE NECESITA:-Empleado responso-
    ble, sana y limpia pora tender.
    baby y menesteres familiar peque-
    na. Calle 9o. No. 2.
    SE NECESITA: Empleada compe-
    tente poro cocino y oficigs dorm6s-
    ticos con recomendaci6n. Calle 52
    final con Ricordo Arias No. 22,
    Campo Alegre.

    SE VENDE
    Mis-elaeas
    I VENDIN:--CImes t herle sgre,.
    scer* eaeode FL-Tex (teart6
    eisleder PreO ee w eeMu) We
    rM, levemeem, eaX mde. t ,
    les precles mis bles e m' pon es
    AGENCIES GLOBALIS VI. spe.-
    As. lelend. Jt s From. TeL
    3-1503.
    SE VENDEt:-Refrigeradora de cinco
    pies cebicos en excelentes condi-
    ciones. reciin pintado, B.60.00.
    ,Heladeria Oriental, frente al Pa-
    locio Nacional. Calle 3o. y 'Ave.
    SE VENDE: Ierro lobo de cinco
    meses. VWalo en Avenida B No. 25,
    Apto. 3.
    SE VENDE:- Tierra para rellenos.
    Serviclo de polo do 8 a. m. en ade-
    lante. Corretera Tronsistmico. Es-
    quina Blockmigon. Tel. 3-0035.
    SE VENDE:-Equipo de sonido con
    cuatro altoporlontes,. plant elic-
    trica de gasoline marco ONAN, 1 19
    voltios, un proyector *de cine RCA
    de 16 mm, porlonte. Todo en
    mognificos condciones. Sterling"
    Products International., S A. Coll I
    29 Este No. 4, telifonb 3-1697.
    tA COMPAAIA oDLt ANA 01
    PANAMA OFRKO IN YVNTA UN
    DIMFICIO
    Se vende al major pastor el ediftcio
    No. 330. Gaotn. el Clubhouse de
    Chagres. So recbiran proput es h
    pliegos cerradoe, en el delehe, del
    Superintendent de AlmaIena, w.uJ-
    booa, hosto lo 10 y 30 de ,oIq ot
    no del 27'de Julio de 1951. Pgen-
    do se han de abrir or pIhli&e. So pug-
    den conseguir Ie fokrnuborle k pao
    loas prCpuestas, t Cr bt pOr ilowwlo
    completos. en l a ocMin del aIr-
    Intendeene de Agglma.m ,eIie y
    on kas de iee
    -
    *:. ," -. ;


    G GUIA
    COMERCIAL
    Acabaoas de Recibir
    CANAS DE PESCAR
    DE VIDRIO
    que ser' el t6Xao embarque
    segin las codicdones
    aetualu.
    Tambiin tenaeta un surtido
    varuadfhinm do
    CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
    GEO. F. NOVEY, fnc.
    Ave. Central 379
    Tel. 3-OL40.

    CORREAS
    *de TRANSMISSION
    (En todps 16S tamafios)

    PUERTAS
    AMERICANAS


    3 x 7
    2.5 x 7
    2x 7


    16.75
    15.50
    14.75


    10%

    11


    Rkardo A. Mlr6,


    Calle 166 E-te No. 4
    Tel. 2.3335 y 2-2988

    COLOCAMO8 VI&RIERAS
    DE AldMACEN
    MtESiTROS ESPEJOS
    Duuia MiI Leaen Mejor
    FAMRICA DE ESPEJOS
    'L -DIABLO
    Ca.le iigN. 4 Tel. 2.-a


    P .APELenro0110
    "'; < 1.2 pulgadas

    MANILA


    , VASOS
    "H" d 6, 7, 8 y
    10 onzas


    BATfRIAS
    para Flashlights

    Almacenes Romero
    Ave. Norte No. 48


    L6mparas
    ALADINO
    de KEROSENE con MECHA
    Con 0 velas de fuerza de luz blame
    modern. Permanece encendlda S50
    hor por Igal6n de kerosene. Toms
    4% de AIRE y solamente C% do
    K9 OS1EN. Completamente sepra-
    no explota nl necesita generador ni
    bombs. No produce humo nl male
    lori. ]l tan sencilla que un nlflo
    puede prendorla. Nunca vista n Pa-
    nam a reelo tan ]Bajo
    por solo... B/.9.95
    Teemes tsdes lo Repuestot
    De Vents e tida las IP RETJRIAS
    7 MUEBLERIAS.
    Distrlbuldores: -
    WONO CHANG, S. A.
    Coldn Callet 9y Ave. Balboe
    Tel,. 33.
    Pan&mi, Ave. Central 93
    Tel. 2.298T


    PERSIANAS ck'

    $ PORRAS

    TELONES,DE ALUMINIO
    "o TELONES PLASTICOS
    "Solarpruf" para vitrinas


    ITon. &-a7


    a- namA


    Ofrekccsos a-'
    rio a
    quoe latt lugar
    a per of el Ba-
    rrio del Ma-
    tro. soiaocIldo
    como U rbani-
    xaoion Mirafo
    r8. l I eual
    asBis4tl nme-
    rose p6bllco.
    Estoe s aetos so
    efectuarrea .en
    ia eelebraei6n
    del tereao* sl-
    versarlo de la
    barriada.


    A PRUEBA DE VOM
    Fortalisa Ia EconomiC Adiclonalt


    SE VENkEPk

    V-IDROS
    DE B DXE GRUESO EE L AS
    SIGUIENTE MEDIMDAS:
    36 x "
    48 x 69"

    MU ERIA
    LA COMPETIDORA
    Clle 16 Oets 47.
    Tel6tono 2-3811.



    SE REQUIRE AGENTE y
    DISTRIBUIDOR
    ineo en Panami pars la dis-.
    trisucIl6n de una rLan Varie-
    dad de o "eptores de radio y
    t.lvist6 de manf a c t u T a
    briAnica "Etronie." Para mb-
    tener detIlles comniletos eo i.
    ban a: Iessrs. Asoclated x-
    ports, Ltd., 6 Lauience Pount-
    noy HUii Londres E. C. 4, In-
    glaterra..


    SE VENDE
    Plywood de I de grueso
    Madera fina.
    MEDIDAS
    36 x 72" ..... a B/.4.00
    48 x 72" ..... 5.00

    MUEBLERIA
    LA COMPETIDORA
    Calle 16 Oeate 47.
    Telfono: 2-3181.


    Tenemos es existeucis:

    HIERRO DE

    REFUERZO


    Francia celebr6
    do gradualmente". '
    ml aspecto politico de las efe-
    mArides que son simbolo de laI
    republica. Francesa aorprendl6
    a las fuerzst oficialet haclendo
    uxla ifeva t'ntatlva de former
    Gobtlrno para poner fin a la
    sltual6n casi ca6tica causada
    por divergencias entre los par-
    tidos qobre la composlci6n de
    un future Gabinete de coall-
    ci6n.
    . La area estA a cargo del MIl-
    ailstro de Hacienda Maurice
    P'etache, pero las dificultadeS
    con que tiopleza son tales que
    nuchos politicos plensan ya en
    reeurrir al radical soclaliata
    aReni Mayer para que procure
    organizar el Gabinete. Otros
    estin dispuestos a apoyar a
    Rena .Plevenl' si Mayer fracasa.
    EkaeotmAs Importsate de ais.
    celebracln ftl tiwllonar<
    desfle 'pr la "atUla Avenida
    de los Campos lfMbbs a ilo lar-
    go de la cual ae habian oaigre-
    gado una multitud de mas de
    medio mill6n de proisnas.

    Se cancela un "
    casa No. 199 de la Avenida Cen-
    tral, que usted le concede un
    plazo improrrogable de 7 dias
    a partir de la fecha .para que,
    demuela Isa part del ediflcto
    que se encuentra dentro de la
    llnea de construcci6n. Hacl6n-
    pole abei r que, Si en el men,
    clopado plazo no ha cumplide
    au orden, se le impodra l1
    sancldn correspondent y el
    Munliolpo contratark los servi-
    leos de uina conrpanila construc-
    tora para que efectae la demo-
    licl6n, corriendo los gastos por
    cuenta del menclonado senior
    Arart.
    Baso esta solicitud al tenor
    del articulo No. 1322 -del C6di-
    go Administrative que dice: '
    Articulo .1322-Cuando en la
    acera de alguna plaza, calle u
    E id DOW,"h

    Ulceras

    Estomialles


    Aquel 8 quo t11onou I deggreoc
    do 'suftl do Alcor&a eatomeao
    eblemtn haeer laoi1r*nt e-A
    NUtTIRACOID e nedio va
    aru allenate deopuea d e a
    eomlda. lnrltmdOee leotamat
    0ate usc naloanmonts montuaf
    tar y neutralitar I exoeso do ad
    do on el et6min .I
    Nunes habrA .sated eperimme
    tado teal slito. Conaome un gus
    O1 QUlor rMaa.^6


    CLAVOS

    de today dase


    ZINC

    ACANALADO


    2' x6y2' it
    Calibre 26


    Por arlos y afsos la
    PINTURA SHERWIN
    WI.LIAMS
    ha sido conocida po su
    alt&a eald l 7 medico

    > Cean Twt090.f


    otra via concurrlda haya aw
    editldo vencido qj,.A4
    rui a. har& el Jet de ia
    icia .qu e mepractl usnf
    conoc ieno,, ya .i ',d,61Lr
    tare aer real e pell,p
    dri al duefio o
    ediWtllo paratque Io' o
    6 derrlbe, f jadoWe.praI-
    tUrmino prectlso.
    81 el duefo o poseedor
    edificio venaldo no lo des
    gare o derribare dentro *4b
    mino fijado, 1o hard d
    o derribar el Jefe de
    a costa del interesado,
    nldndosele a iatet ua iiu
    cinco a veintichnco bal
    Qulero dear constant
    de no cumplirse eata
    salvo toda responsabfilda
    as ingerenclas que e e
    como Ingenier Muncalpel
    eate enoJQao dnto.


    rancetag. A.- F
    Ingeniero Mun
    cc.-Gobernader de ili
    President del Conp 0I!
    Oficlnas de S lgi

    Gran Bretoai .
    durante los ultnmos dia. *
    Fuete oos-britan-it dij eron q
    la oposici6n a las $nlusl6n di
    Franco en los plsnJ de defci.
    sa del occtdeafte es muy grA-.
    ii vartos "ppaea. de 1wroA
    afhcita taiblen se opone
    PFanc6. Estas fuentes htcieroi
    efor claramente quoe 1 oposlcio6
    a Franco en EuroRa, tambin e
    zxste en los ,pajes et. d4nde n,
    hay partidos comunistas de fa-e
    za -tales comwb Oran 'Bretai
    Los ptmtos de t aI dlamem
    mente opueatos de Etal
    nidos y GWan Broftfa ei,.
    so de Espaba son otro p1
    tirantez en las relacioneg"
    americanas en unae
    que. dsam relaclonesh. t sonl
    tidas a uns l l6 a
    IrAn, Corea y otra parties d a
    mundo.

    SE NECESITAN:
    Dos J6vnuesr y d" seflorita
    de buena proeneas con expe-
    lenel.sen vent.. yoelo b1-
    mo, omloneo. A*. Central
    Oflina M de a a.m
    amente. ,


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    PAGINA lNWrE


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    n ae
    atell
    i5o 0fl


    mayor


    - Los doa tmportantu partidos
    del fftbol mayor capitalino se-
    falades parsa ayer tarde en el
    Bitadlo .Olimpico, ie auspendle-
    rori deoldo a la lluvia que cay6
    tuttamente antesa de comenzar
    el nrimer encuentro.
    .stO6 de.s,eoueAtros a cargo,
    de los equipos Aneon e Iberico
    ' Ditrani vs HuracAn estaban
    Indlcados pars decidir el Cam-
    peonato, ya que at el Ditrani
    il"a alroso conquistaria el Cant
    nato, milentras que si el An-
    aba y loa Italianos em-
    o perdian, entonces
    uanconistas obtendrian una
    Axs el titulo.
    gld os juegos se efectua-
    g or, el pr6xhpo domingo
    -t Sa. mnlamas condiciones.

    S COMPME,..


    'In Wc~e.ml~ Nacloumil I


    K parament. de s.Jrdlcs16p Fast-
    ea y.en Ja 3euela de Artes y
    * Q les, I al oW.W Carlos Romcro.
    . Lot eventom de atlettmno que
    ic IlevpAn a cabo son los si-
    pulentes: ",
    r GIm "A"
    * 1il, k 400, W, 1.500 y 300
    x iet Dllevo x 100 y 4 x
    - 400.atjdi4Uso4 y jabalUna. b5.l-
    to bmtgp alto y triple. Ga-
    rrochas
    'e "B3'
    100, 200 y 400. Relevos 4 x 100.
    56 y 100 maros. Relevo 4 x
    100.


    Ablerto
    Marath6n del Puente de Juan
    Disa al Estadio.

    El M. Vigor sorprendio
    al Operten gBan&dole
    en Ia just femenina
    El conjunto colonense de
    basketball femenino sorprendl6
    el sabado con su merecida vic-
    toria sobre el Operten por 21 9
    16 en un movido e interesante
    partido correspondiente al Cam
    peonato d la Liga Provincial
    de PanamA.
    Las ganadoras dieron una ex-
    celente demostracl6n notandoae
    muy mejoradas para eta. se-
    gunda vuelta, que dara lugar a
    una etaps mAs rafilds. Beatriz
    Reyes con 10 puntos y Dotty,
    Cells aoA fueroq. las mejpres
    -p.o el Malt, Vir ," lentras
    que Belefo con 9 puntoa so dea-
    tac6 por las perdedoraN.
    Las colonenses del Malta Vi-
    gor volveran a presenters el
    mldrcolca frente aQ Danar.


    %WlidWlfy Ban
    o. o
    UWTABO DE LOS EQUIPOS
    *Msiftbll de la. Categeria


    C


    0.?. Pie.

    .1~ 6.... i
    .......... 1 .
    B*' i .'...... 0 ...
    Jaeg.o de Boy
    Maurlelo vs Bam
    7.00 p.m.
    , Vieja vs Lord Chester


    -Por BETO TEJADA-
    La j&uta Mayor Provincial de
    Basketball, proalgue esta noahe
    au aegunda vuelta en el Gmna-
    slo Nacional con dos importan-
    tea demafos:
    Mauricelo vw Bar
    aEtos dos equipos lucharan
    por lograr au primer dxito en
    esta segunda etapa, pronosti-
    cAndose un gran choque, ya que
    ambos atraviesan por inmejo-
    rables condlclones y es seguro
    que el perdedor vendera cars
    su derrota.
    C. V~tja vs Lerd Chester
    En este segundo juego de la
    noche, los "llcoreros" y 'ciga-
    rrilleros" se disputarAn el co-
    mando de esta jornada. Los
    muchachos del Lord y los lico-
    reros deberin brindar un reAl-
    do plelto, slendo dificll pronos-
    ticar qulen serA el ganador.
    Lines pareja veremos en este
    juego en done. el que nejor
    aproveche los ftipaleos de su
    contrarlo serA el ganador.
    Melo, Gittens y 7eballos se-
    ran los In "ecteasde p kra,
    GoidAh 'Jr.ryKVMoraleut Mt;t-
    rda, Corato e 7 era erAn los
    crondmet lstas, Roy. "Iaylor y
    Esteban Perdovlp los Arbitros
    principals y Ftlipe Perdomo
    el suplente.


    U


    1a


    Las visits so flion en los pisos

    &So ven pobres y sin brillo?
    No o namedrio tenerlos descuidados cuando un simple
    encerado con la Coer en Paita Johnson's conserve los
    piesoe de liin61o,=nm ico o madera limpios y relucientes
    durante sm es. Eat encerado duro y espejente pro-
    tg- los pone de la suciedad, el agua y las rozadur a.
    No mancha ni a aceitose. La Cera en. Pasta Johnson's
    EA es ecialmento 'fabricada para paises de climax
    ^^^^^^Btropical. Pidala -boy miamo.


    Ab rs pedo Iimplar y pallr ale vex
    loi pils. La maravillosa Coem Liquida
    Johnson's limpia y puls a la vex. Tiene
    a ingredients que oimpia dm irablo.
    N" E+ de ow co- y ataca Sodala icdadd.
    3Ta* un brillo quo 4ura1 dwa y dure.
    $ b @OHNWSO 'S
    DstribuMoses: ~ IIi&


    BOLICHE
    Por CHIRCA,
    Maftana se clerran las Ins-
    cripclones para el tomeo "Jant-
    sen", habi ndose inacitO d idA-
    bado el "Flan Royal" comfpues
    to per Gulllermo -MoOeachy,
    Fernando Carcherl, R b e rto
    Lombana, Jorge Cowas y. Raul
    Piad.
    El Torneo seri registrado por
    el ABC tAmerican Bowling Con
    gresas, de tal manera que cual-
    quier record que so establesca
    en este torneo serA reconocido
    mundialmente. El torneo Ms de-
    sarrollara de acuerdo con los
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    Deporte de Los Medias Rojas Aumentaron +
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    y de la aficlon clega do algunos gundo por 9 a 5. Los Yanquls 4 y perjer el segundo por 4 a
    hipicos. de Nueva York y los Tigres 4. En los otros luegos los B
    tambl6n dividleron. El Detroit vos vencleron a los Cacho
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    por nuestra gerencia on 1918, los Gigantes por 7 a 6 en
    es actualmente el as de los ji- primer juego. pero Ics Neoyerw.
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    el mejor cotizado. LUie gundo al imponerse por 8 a 9.
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    requilstos quO exige 1s Comision del Am n del0
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    dos afios Satisface, hla de Ta- esta ocasln por declsldn, en el
    meals en yegua naclonal, es ncuentro pactado a dle asal- El Ambato pas6 al segudt '
    media aantre. aoch en mlugar, el ,.ncon Jr. empat6 e *
    clonal. tercer puesto y el Hispano :r
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    Citation gan6 el Clasleo "La ambos pAglles ofrecleron resis- mejoro puntuacion con u osu
    Cops do Ore" y paso6 a ser cl tencla y pelearon en todo mel-pectivas victorlas de este fin'dS
    primer ejemplar en el mundo mento por conquistar el triun- semana en el Campeonato Id@:
    que gana un mill6n de dola- fo. logrando Thompson Impr.o- FLabol de Begunda Categoria-d
    res. Que fellcidad para el afor- sonar mejor a los jueces para la a Provincial d Pn
    tunado dueflo. obtener la decision por leve En el encuentro del sAAbl
    -- margen, aunque un empate hi- el Ambato sa ganc al Aieo
    Nutro compatrota Roberoblera resultado tambldn satls- par dos tantos a cero, eord o
    N room rofactoro cual los ecuatorianos de
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    los Estados Unidos, es galopa-1 Las acciones se nclinaron puesto para quedar a un solo
    dor en la cuadr. donde estA primero a favor de Peralta, punto del Santander que o Br-
    rr.ontando Chichi Moore, y tie- cuando desde el p imer asalto. cha Invicto en el commando.
    ne un sueldo de B.300.00 al mes. con fuerte-. golpes dej6 mal a -
    S u su rival; en el cuarto y quinto Los anconistas menores ofrP-
    El sAbado hubo una pequefia Thompson emparej6 la pelea; cleron un juego satisflataild..
    pelea en el Jockey Roori de los en el a6ptimo round, volvlo Pe- I se impusleron a loa americanio
    jinetes centre el aprendiz E. ralta a la carga, v dej6 nueva- por 2 a 1, para nivelar accla .
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    __ temporal, y luego movlindose En el otro partldo el Hispan ,
    Asi quedaron las carreras en- contlnuamente volvl6 a empa- Jr. gan6 por forfeit su Jutgt
    tre los jinetes este fin de sema- rear el encuentro obteniendo anunciado coit el Pacifleo d 4
    na; el aprendiz A. Mena (4) asi la victoria. 2a.; esta actitud de los paet1-; ,
    para ser el lider ganador, IK. Numerosa concurrencia pre- tas menores ha causado sorpre
    Flores (4) J. Contreras, 0. SiAn- senci6 la pelea; ambos gladia- sa, mas cuando es la segu1st,.
    chez (2), Julio Rodriguez, B. dores finalizaron bastante ex- vez que fallan en eate sentaid, *
    Aguirre, C. Rulz, A. Soto, R. tenuados. lo que obligara a la Liga a to;-
    G6mez, A. Enrique, G. Grae'l, En el semifinal C. Watson le mar medidas several que puede
    B. Moreno, A. Phillips y R. gan6 la decision a Scantlebury ilegar hasta suspenderlo por eld
    Vergara, una cada uno. en sels asaltos. resto de la Temporada.




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    AN INDEPENDEN^
    #1^;
    O^ILT NEWSPAPER
    Panama American
    Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe'* Abraham Lincoln.
    Sea-mums ^0,
    WHISKY


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    PANAMA, R,. P.. MONDAY, JULY 16, 1951
    FIVE CENTS
    Allied Team Encouraged,
    Reports Progress At Talks
    REAR ADMIRAL ALBERT M. BLEDSOE, USN, Commandant Fifteenth Naval District, gets a.
    laugh during the delivery of his key speech yesterday at the 32nd Annual Convention of the
    American Legion Department of the Canal Zone held at the Balboa Yacht Club, new home
    of Panama Canal Post No. 1. Left to right, front row: Brigadier General Francis A. March,
    USA, Deputv Commander, United States Army Caribbean; Governor Francis Newcomer, Gov-
    ernor of the Canal Zone; Admiral Bledsoe; Lt. General William H. H. Morris, Jr., USA, Com-
    mander In Chief, Caribbean Command; Honorable Murray Wise, Charge d' Affaires, U. 8. Em-
    bassy: 1st Lt. Charles R. Vandergrlft, USMC, Veterans Administration Representative for the
    Canal Zone. Back row, left to right: Frank Hohmann, Department Chaplain; Lloyd Ritchie,
    Alternate National Ex-Commltteeman; Lydla Nadeau. President, American Legion Auxiliary;
    Nelson Magner, National Ex-Commltteeman; Waldo Gllley, Atlantic Vice Commander; behind
    speakers stand Hans P. Pedersen, Past Department Commander and Major Leon J. Carrlng-
    ton, USA, Elected Department Commander; Betty Crawford, National Ex Commltteewoman;
    and E. J. Engllnton, Department Commander, Veterans Foreign Wars.
    (U. S. Navy Photo)
    A GROUP FROM THE FAMED Black Watch Regiment Band
    of the Royal hlghlanders, above, put on the age-old "Scottish
    Sword Dance" at Hotel El Panama, during their brief visit to
    the Isthmus while the SS Rangitane stopped over In Balboa
    yesterday morning. They were met at the ship by members
    of the 776th Air Force Band from Albrook AFB. "Piped" off
    the ship by the bagpipers, the Black Watch broke ranks be-
    low, and immediately began exchanging headgear and cigar-
    ettes with Air Force bandsmen. The airman is Corporal Paul
    A. Bllssett who plays the bass horn In the 776th. Drummers
    escorting drummers and flautists showing flautists the sights,
    the airmen took the "watch" on a quick tour of the Pacific
    Side including a stop at Old Panama. A quick run down of
    group ages came out at an average 20 for both bands.
    Mrs. Cooper Dies At Cocoli Home
    Mrs. Estella Gamboa Cooper,
    tife of Thomas Dawson Cooper.
    ;iied laat night at her home in
    2ocoL She was 53 years old.
    A native of' Costa Rica, Mrs.
    hooper had made her home on
    the Isthmus since her marriage
    [n 1921. Her husband retired In
    933 as manager ol the Paraso
    Commissary. Mr. and Mrs. Coop-
    er had been living at 720-B Co-
    coli since March, 1947.
    Mrs. Cooper had been in ill
    health for some time and re-
    cently was. a patient at Gorgas
    HospltaL She died about 11 p.
    m.
    Funeral arrangements will be
    announced latee
    ie Scots,
    Kilts and All,
    Take In Panama
    A bit of bonnle Scotland breez-
    ed In to the patio of El Panam
    Hotel yesterday when 46 mem-
    bers of the Black Watch Regi-
    ment Band of the Royal High-
    landers "did i heir stuff" accom-
    panied to gay bagpipe tunes.
    Dressed In beautifully pleated
    kilts of a tartan design peculiar
    to this regiment, the Bandsmen
    exhibited their agility and fancy
    footwork before entranced spec-
    tators. Besides a lively "Broad
    Sword" dance, they presented
    the traditional Highland Fling,
    and a foursome reel. At the end
    of each dance they let loose with
    a Scottish whoopee called the
    Hcuch, which is an enthusiastic
    exclamation.
    A silver-toned tenor, Cpl.
    James Stryker, won applause
    with his rendition of Mary of
    Argyle and Westering Home.
    The 19 week good-wilt tour of
    the oldest of the six Highland
    Regiments took them through
    Australia and New Zealand, and
    they are now headed back to
    their station in Germany.
    Major E. 8. Walker who Is the
    gaunt, red-mustached command-
    er glanced appreciatively at his
    surroundings. "Everything Is so
    wonderfully green and luxurious,
    I never Imagined it to be like
    this" he said.
    A young pianist. Edward Bryan
    Smith, whose main desire was to
    ride In the Air Force Jeep during
    the tour thought "It looks pret-
    ty good to me great thing to
    tell the folks at home about"
    Having arrived at 8:30 Sunday
    morning aboard the Rangitane.
    the famous bar. tornen with Air
    Force as their ho t caught a cap-
    sule impression jf Albrook. Fort
    Amador, Ancn Hill. Old Pana-
    ma and El Panam Hotel before
    leaving at noon.
    Bishop Among 7
    Killed In Crash
    SYDNEY. July 16 (UP) The
    *i]!ot and six passengers are be-
    'leved killed in a an Australian-
    b'lt De Havllland Drover plane
    -hich crashed Into the sea off
    L?e. New Guinea today.
    Bishop Aprjealhans. Roman
    Catholic bUhoo of Madang, New
    Guinea, was aboard,
    Fiery Flood Guts Kansas City
    Block As Firepumps Clog, Fail
    KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 18,
    (UP) Firemen ran out of wa-
    ter here today while fighting an
    uncontrolled fire fed by 1.000.000
    gallons of oil floating on the tur-
    bulent waters of this city's worst-
    ever flood.
    Twelve companies of firemen
    had been pumping up flood Wa-
    ter to fight the fire that has de-
    stroyed a business block of 24
    buildings, and 20 huge oil and
    gasoline tanks In four days.
    This morning their pumps
    choked with muck from the
    dirty flood waters. There is al-
    most no pressure in the mains for
    them to draw on.
    Though still flooding the Mis-
    souri River, which is joined by
    the swollen Kansas River here,
    has retreated more than four feet
    from the high it reached 3 a.m.
    Saturday.
    Kansas City Is nearly paralyzed
    by the fire and forced unemploy-
    ment.
    As the flood moves downstream
    more persons are expected to
    leave their homes and Join the
    500.000 evacuees In Missouri and
    Kansas.
    Acting Governor James T.
    Blalr of Missouri has called out
    four companies of the National
    Guard at Kansas City.
    President Truman Is to fly over
    the flooded area in ttie indepen-
    dence tomorrow. *\^w
    Weary flood fighters threw up
    human dikes to keep the murky
    Missouri River irom engulfing a
    light and water plant which sup-
    piles electricity tn 150.000 persons
    In Kansas City. Kans.
    Men pressed their soaking,
    mud-caked bodies Into cracks In
    a sagging dike around the threat-
    ened municipal light and water
    plant until sandbags were rushed
    in.
    Drinking water was running
    short In Kansas City. Mo. The
    city opened water service sta-
    tions, where persons with no wa-
    ter at home could get emergency
    Maj. Carringlon
    Is New Commander
    Of Legionnaires
    The newly elected Department
    Commander of the American Le-
    gion Is Major Leon J. Carrlng-
    ton, Executive Officer at the Ft.
    Clayton Hospital. The elections
    were held yesterday afternoon at
    the annual Department Conven*
    tion in the new American Legion
    home in Balboa (old Sailflsh
    Club.)
    Other elections made were
    three Vice-Commanders: Frank
    Hohmann. Pacific, of Panama
    Canal Post 1; John MacDeimott.
    Atlantic, of Nathaniel J. Owen
    Post No. 3; and Comrade Hayes,
    Outlying of Aruba Esso Post No.
    1. Roger Green of Post 1 was
    elected Department Chaplain.
    At the joint session of the Pan-
    ama Canal Department of the
    Legion and its Auxiliary, which
    began at 10 a.m.. Rear Admiral
    Albert M. Bledsoe, commandant
    of the 15th Naval District, deliv-
    ered the opening address, and a-
    wards for outstanding service
    were presented to Past Depart-
    supplles. Children and old folk
    lined up with bottles, pots, pans,
    cups an devery type of container
    to get the precious fluid.
    Residents of the city went to
    church to pray for an end to the
    disaster. Most of them walked to
    church, because of a gasoline
    shortage.
    The homes of at least 100,000
    persons were under water.
    Sirens wailed as police kept on
    evacuating persons living in the
    path of a floating fire on the
    Missouri side fed by gasoline and
    oil and lumber yards. The blis-
    tering inferno, set off when an
    oil slick became Ignited, showed
    signs of subsiding, but violent ex-
    plosions created huge waves on
    the flood waters as floating oil
    storage tanks were blown up by
    licking flames.
    Welcome Set
    For New U. S.
    Envoy To RP
    Top-ranking executives of the
    Canal Zone and the armed serv-
    ices will join the official group
    from the US Embassy on the
    Cristobal pier tomorrow morning
    to welcome the newly designated
    United States Ambassador to the
    Republic of Panama and Mrs.
    John Cooper Wiley.
    The usual Ambassador's salute
    of 19 guns will be fired; both the
    Army and Air Force will have an
    honor guard on hand.
    The SS Heredla of the United
    Fruit Company, on which the
    Wlleys sailed from New .York July
    12. is due to dock at 8:30 after
    New Bill To
    Cut Leave Of
    Local Workers
    A newly proposed Leave Bill
    iS 832) reported by the full Sen-
    ate Committee July 12, threatens
    to cut annual leave of Army, Navy
    and Air Force civilian employes
    on the Canal Zone sharply.
    Rufus Lovelady, president of
    Local 14 of the American Federa-
    tion of Government Employes,
    told The Panam American to-
    day that he feels certain the new
    leave bill will be passed "because
    It .saves the Government $175
    million in leave/'
    The new bill, if passed, will su-
    persede the Douglas Amendment,
    adopted June 19 by the Senate,
    which previously exempted Canal
    Zone employes from the leave-
    cutting provisions.
    In brief, the new bill provides
    for 13 days of leave for employes
    with less than two years service;
    20 days for those who have less
    than 15 years of service, and 26
    days with 15 years or more serv-
    ice.
    The newly proposed bill will
    enable these civilian employes to
    accumulate 90 days of leave in-
    stead of the heretofore 60 days.
    Employes of the Panam Canal
    Company will not be affected be-
    cause they are accorded leave on
    a different basis.
    Puerto Rican Girls
    Charged With Drugs,
    Amorous Relations
    SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico, July
    16 (UP). Superintendent of
    PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 16 (UP) Encouraged
    United Nations negotiators returned today from their
    fourth session with the Reds at Kaesong and reported the
    Communists had fulfilled 100 per cent their promise to
    remove all armed guards from the area.
    They reported "some progress" had been made in the
    talks aimed at ending the Korean war.
    Today's session was devoted to setting up an agenda.
    This is regarded as one of the major hurdles on the way
    to an ultimate ceasefire agreement.
    The negotiators said today's was the most cordial of
    any meeting so far.
    The United Nations five-man
    negotiation team, headed by Vice
    Admiral C. Turner Joy, arrived in
    Kaesong by helicopter. The re-
    mainder'of the party went as
    usual by overland convoy.
    The Communist promise to de-
    militarize the city and Its ap-
    proaches was fulfilled to the hilt.
    PanCanal Revises
    System For Use
    In Force Reduction
    Revision of the regulations
    governing the detention of lo-
    cal-rate employes to Include a
    new category of "probationary"
    employes was announced today
    by the Personnel Bureau.
    Employes In other than tem-
    porary positions who have been
    less than 18 months of continu-
    ous service In the Company-
    Government Organization will
    be considered probationary em-
    ployes. All local-rate personnel
    employed after January 1, 1951,
    shall be Included in this new
    category until they have com-
    pleted a satisfactory probation-
    ary period on or about July 1,
    1952.
    The establishment of this new
    category for local-rate employes
    Is expected to serve two pur-
    poses: screening of new em-
    ployes so that they will be qual-
    ified and suitable for the work
    for which they are hired and
    which the official party will tra- schools Erasto Rivera Tosado provlslon of a new system for
    vel to Panama City by railroad
    scooter.
    Heading the embassy group
    will be Charge d'Affaires ad in-
    terim and Mrs. Murray M.
    Wise, assisted by Louis C. Nolan,
    economic attache and Mrs. No-
    lan and Public Affairs Officer
    Joseph J. Dempsey and Mrs.
    Dempsey.
    On the scooter's arrival at the
    Panama City railroad station,
    Mr. Wiley will be met by Camllio
    Levy Salcedo, chief of protocol
    for the Panama government.
    Mr. Wiley has made a special
    request that there be no press In-
    terviews until after he has pre-
    sented his credentials, an official
    ceremony which will take place
    about two days after his arrival
    on the Isthmus.
    charged today that high school
    girls here take drugs, "get drunk
    with sailors around the corner
    from the classroom," and carry
    on "amorous relations" with
    married men.
    Rivera accused some fathers
    Of "tolerating" their daughters' ati0nary
    Illicit affairs.
    reduction of force.
    At the present time when re-
    ductions of force are necessary
    these are made principally on
    a merit basis, with length of
    service a secondary factor.
    Under the new plan, the prob-
    employes will be the
    second to be given force re-
    ductions should reductions be
    He called for voluntary action necessary First will be those
    to curb these extra-curricular | employes hired on a temporary
    activities, citing the example of status, second the probationary
    The convoy went unmarked by
    any white flags. Once in Kaesong-
    the 20 newsmen attached to the
    party roamed at will through tha
    war-stained city.
    The only armed Reds they saw
    were military policemen. They
    were never halted or questioned.
    Today's meeting lasted ona
    hour and 50 minutes, the short-
    est thus far. It was Interrupted
    by a two-hour recess.
    Joy presented the United Na-
    tions stand during the first 55
    minutes of the conference. After
    the recess he was followed by the
    chief of the Red delegation, North
    Korean General Nam II.
    There is still no official an-
    nouncement of the United Na-1
    tlons goals at the meeting, be-1
    yond the final one of a ceasefire1
    based on purely military consl-'
    derations.
    i
    The Reds have outlined threa
    of their main points:
    1) An Immediate ceasefire;
    2) A demilitarized zone six
    miles each side of the 38th paral-'
    lei, with the 12-mlle buffer zone,
    thus created to return to civil, iu
    administration as of the status,
    quo on June 25, 1950;
    31 The withdrawal of all for-
    eign troops as soon as practicable..
    This fourth meeting ended on.
    a note of markedly Increased cor-
    diality.
    The Communist delegation did
    the unprecedented thing of pos-
    ing for united Nations news pho-
    tographers at the wlndup of the*
    session.
    one school whose girl students
    had agreed to wear uniforms
    "as a lefenie against prostitu-
    tion and Immorality."
    He urged the Island's school
    girls to "compensate for the sa-
    crifices their parents make to
    keep them In school by devoting
    their full time to their studies."
    employes and third regular em-
    ployes.
    Bachelors Uncomplaining
    As Girl Glut Grips Miami
    BY JAMES COOK
    MIAMI BEACH. Fla.. July 1.
    (UP) Hotel managers com-
    plblnej today that the thorsands
    of man-hunting girls vacationing
    here this summer outnumber the
    me^tCommrnderjuU, s^rlftl I vUitln* bachelor, by more than
    Rlesser, Legionnaire Paul Warner,
    Mrs. Louise Griffon, American
    Legion Auxiliary Program Chair-
    man and to The Panama Ameri-
    can and other local newspapers.
    Lt. Joe Williams of the Armed
    Forces Radio Station turned his
    award over to the "men who do
    the work." Cpl. Eugene L. Shan-
    non. Army, Seaman John F.
    Bunting (Navy) and Pfc. Mal-
    colm S. HUty, Jr. (Air Force".
    Radio Station HOG was also
    honored with an award.
    Murray M. Wise, U.8. Charge
    d'Affaires accepted the Ameri-
    can Legion Medal awarded an-
    nually to the person who has
    contributed most effectlvel" to
    the improvement of relations
    between the United States and
    Latin America, in the absence
    of Monnet B. Davis to whom the
    award was made. Ambassador
    Davis Is now assigned to Israel.
    In the afternoon session of
    the convention, besides the elec- ,
    tlons lt was voted to amend the salesgirls and. schoolteachers
    four to one.
    The girls complained, too. but
    tht bachelors are quite happy
    with the situation.
    "Frankly, all these surplus girls
    have shaped up Into a real pro-
    blem this month," lamented
    Charles Goldberg,- manager of
    the oreansirle Hotel Deland.
    "Most of them are attractive
    working girls who came down
    looking !r a bo- Triend maybe
    even a hnsbann We can't even
    supply thorn Wi-.r. dancing part-
    ners."
    Goldberg estimated there are
    at least four "pretty and unat-
    tached" girls to each bachelor re-
    gistered at his hotel. Other ho-
    tels reported the fairer tourists
    outnumbered the available males
    by ratios ranging from 2-to-l to
    10-to-l.
    The girls mostly secretaries,
    by-laws In order to make the
    posts of Department Finance
    Officer and Department 8er-
    geant-at-Armj ajjpolntive rather
    ihan electlvi
    "have been complaining plenty,"
    Goldberg said.
    "But there's only a limited a-
    mount the management can do
    The Delano's recreation direc-
    tor works day and night trying
    to maneuver the female guests
    Into the path of a likely bache-
    lor. Down the beach, the Sherry -
    Frontenac provides "rhumba in-
    structors" as dance partners. The
    Monte Carlo imports a band of
    soldiers from a nearby army base
    on weekends to help even things
    up.
    Other beach hotels tried to
    drum up convlval male compan-
    ions for their female guests by
    organizing tea dances and "meet
    your neighbor" cocktail parties.
    At least one hotel offered spe-
    cial hard cash to men brave
    enough to register there.
    King Leopold III
    Ends Stormy Reign
    BRUSSELS, July 16 (UP)King
    Leopold III of the Belgians walk-
    ed calmly Into the throne room
    from the Royal Palace here to-
    day and carried out the cere-
    mony of abdication which ended
    his stormy 17-year reign of Bel-
    glum.
    There were no Indications that
    demonstrations would mark Leo-
    pold's abdication in favor of his
    20-year-old son Prince Baudouin.
    The king had called on his Ca-
    tholic supporters to reserve their
    demonstrations of loyalty till to
    morrow, the first full day of the
    new king's reign.
    Leopold's abdication, complet-
    ed In a ceremony lasting 18 tense
    minutes, ended a 17-year stormy
    reign, over half of which Leopold
    spent either as a prisoner of the
    Germans or In exile.
    .. for them," he said.
    Watch Thief Draws
    30-Day Jail Term;
    Loiterers Get 10
    A fine of $15 was Imposed on
    Phillip Theodore Williams. 25,
    Panamanian, this morning In
    Balboa Magistrate's Court on a
    charge of loitering, and he was
    sentenced to 30 days In Jail on
    a second charge of petit larceny.
    Williams stole an Avon Wrist
    Watch worth $17 from Francis-
    co Tejada while In the foundry
    of the Industrial Bureau at Bal-
    boa.
    On the same calendar, two
    Panamanian boys, Scrates Vs-
    quez. 18 and Luis Rojas. 16 were
    In Utrecht one store was glr- sentenced to 10 days In Jail for
    ing away blae serge suits to | loitering around the Tivoll Hotel
    any customer who would kiss a j area without legitimate business
    salesgirl ol visible means of support.
    Dutch Treat
    AMSTERDAM. July 16 (UP)
    Holland's price war reached
    a point toda> where a number
    of men's suits sold in an Ams-
    terdam department store for
    three Dutch cents apiece.
    People began lining up on the
    sidewalk noon Saturday.
    27 Fresh Divisions
    Bring Korea Red's
    Force To 720,000
    8TH ARMY HQ., Korea. July 19
    (UP) The Communists have
    moved at least 27 fresh divisions
    up to the Korean front since tha
    ceasefire talks began, building
    their battle force there to an es-
    timated 720,000 men
    United Nations troops have
    pounded the Red lines through-
    out the week, trying to keep tha
    Red troops from any counterat-
    tack during the truce negotia-
    tions.
    Through the week, the Com-
    munist rear areas were clogged
    with men and supplies moving
    towards the battle line.
    Most of the Red reinforce-
    ments were thrown Into the east-
    ern front round Kumsong, where'
    the United Nations troops won'
    some high ground after a three-
    day offensive which drove the
    Communists back over seven
    miles.
    The 8th Army noted a marked
    decrease In Communist resstanos*
    around Hwachon and Kumwh
    Kumhwa.
    Communist lorces outside tha
    demilitarized zone around Kae-
    song were also strengthened,
    though nothing ominous was seen
    in that buildup.
    Malik Says US
    Yearns For Peace
    Just Like Russia
    STOCKHOLM. July 18 (UP)
    Soviet United Nations dele-
    gate Jacob Malik arrived at Go-
    thenburg today aboard tha
    Gripsholm and told reporters:
    "I cannot tell you anything
    about the Korea ceasefire ne-
    gotiations, but I know there is
    the same keen longing for
    peace in the United States aa
    there is In Russia."
    Malik made history on the
    Gripsholm by developing more
    charm than any other Russian
    delegate coming home from the
    the United Nations.
    Passengers said he was "one
    great smile" all the way from
    New York, taking part in all
    the parties, dancing. Joking,
    and speaking with everybody
    aboard except about politics. ,



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    KANSAS CITY BAJO US INUNDAR gajQ ampar() Jg las negOCaCOIieS
    los comunistas alistan sus ejrcitos
    KANSAS CITY. Mo Julio 16 (UP).-Nue va. Inundaciones ffcl *K"*t*.J* S*
    continuaron hov devastando las vastas sonas industriales de Kansas aj*'"'"
    esUd^ de Kansa, y Missouri luchan contra las anuas desbordadas que oHcialnrente se calcula
    fan despasmdo medio milln de personas y causado danos en mas de 500 '" d
    En la fotografa anterior podemos ver un aspecto de los danos causad poiJa inun
    dacin La flecha muestra a un hombre que quedo atrapado en su carro en Kansas City.
    Las aguas pararon el motor del carro, atrapando a su conductor.^.e teme que haya perec
    dn nes estaba muv lelos para ser alcanzado por las fuerzas de rescate.
    d' PnMlerftr.,sT. ciudad ? su gemela del mismo nombre .1 otro lado del r.c-en, el Estado
    de Kansas, luchan contra los incendios y la creciente inundac on por la crecida ^
    Missouri y Kansas, empez a aparecer el saqueo y ya se detuvo a 10 personas acusadas a
    perpetrarlo ^ gentlr ^ ,nduit ^ g0 ^ las de. <*!!
    comerciales y transportes. Es la mayor catstrofe por Inundacin en la hlstori de esees-
    uSo Ms de c?en localidades estn Inundadas y la. aguas cubren la. rica, fincas agr.colas
    destrozando las cosecha. ___________.--------------------._
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    LIMA, Julio 18 (UP) el pe-
    riodista y diplomtico peruano
    Jorge MaClean Estenos uc
    muerto a balazos mientras ma-
    nejaba su automvil en las a-
    t..eras de Lima.
    MaClean estuvo de Embajador
    del Per en Lisboa y se encen-
    traba haciendo los preparan/os
    para encargarse de la Embalar
    da en Quito.
    II cuerp de MaCleanv con
    cuatro heridas de bala y 1 c-
    ra desfigurada por repetidos
    golpes con piedra fu encontra-
    do en la carretera dentro del
    automvil.
    Gran Bretaa se opondr con
    todas sus fuerzas a posible
    Pacto entre EE.UU. y Espaa
    "No vemos con buenos ojos los pactos militares
    entre los miembros del Pacto del Atlntico y
    la Espaa de Franco," declara un portavoz
    Francia Celebr
    el 14 con gran
    desfile militar
    PARIS, Julio 16 (UP)Fran-
    cia celebr el "Da de la Basti-
    lla" con un despliegue de ar-
    mas sin precedentes, cuya exis-
    tencia marca la desaparicin de
    la mentalidad "Maglnot" y del
    papel' relativamente modesto
    que venia desempeando en
    Europa Occidental.
    El Ministro de Defensa Jules
    Moch dio la nota final de la ce-
    lebracin al manifestar que "El
    Ejrcito Francs est en vias de
    ser una poderosa fuerza de
    combate capaz de disuadir a
    cualquier posible agresor. He
    dado rdenes para que el p-
    blico pueda ver nuestras armas
    nuevas con las cuales nuestro
    ejrcito est siendo pertrecha-
    I i I ni )l
    LONDRES, Julio 18 (P) E!
    Gobierno Laborista de Gran
    Bretaa anunci hoy que se o-
    pc.ndr fuertemente a cualquier
    clase de pacto militar entre te-
    tados Unidos y Espaa.
    Un portavoz del Ministerio Relaciones Exteriores de Gran
    Bretaa, al comentar los lnfoi-
    mes de que se est preparando
    una especie de alianza entre
    Estados Unidos y la Espaa de
    Franco y que sta culmlnaia
    con la llegada a Madrid del al-
    mirante Forrest Sherman, dijo:
    "Nosotros no vemos con bue-
    nos ojos la admisin de Espaa
    en el Pacto del Atlntico o los
    pactos militares entre los mem
    broa de la Organizacin del
    Pacto del Atlntico y el Gobier-
    no de spaa. Estados Unidos
    comprender cul es nuestra ac-
    titud".
    El portavoz declin decir .si se
    haban hecho representado..es
    ai Gobierno de Estados Unidos
    iPaaa a la P4n h Columna ?)
    Comenz a despachar hoy en
    El Palacio Municipal el Lie.
    Vega Mndez como Alcalde
    En la maana de hoy el Ucan-
    ciado ngel Vega Mndez ocu-
    po una oficina en el Palacio
    Municipal y comenz a despa-
    char como Alcalde del Distrito.
    Una gran cantidad de pblico
    estuvo desde tempranas horas
    ce la maana en la plaza de
    Catedral en espera del desarro-
    llo de los acontecimientos y no
    fu sino a las doce del dia
    cuando el licenciado Vega Mn-
    dez lleco a su despacho.
    Antea de llegar al Palacio Mu-
    nicipal, el Licenciado VegaM.n-
    dez esper una nota del Presi-
    dente del Concejo, don Her-
    nardo Martlz, quien le remita
    la resolucin aprobada or el
    Concejo-
    o se sabe qu medida se to-
    mar con respecto al pago de
    las cuentas ya que por una p-r-
    te, el Tosoro, tendr que acatar
    rdenes del Concejo, que apjya
    ai Licenciado Vega Mndez, y el
    Se rene maana
    la As. de Profesores
    XI Secretario General de la
    Asociacin de Profesores de la
    Repblica de Panam, profesor
    Jos del C. Luzcando M., se per-
    mite citar a todos los miembros
    Ct la Junta Directiva de la Sa-
    ciedad a la sesin extraordina-
    ria que se efectuar manara
    martes 17 de los corrientes a las
    tres de la tarde en el Instituto
    Nacional para tratar de asuntas
    de vital importancia para el fu-
    turo de la Asociacin. Se ruega
    untuaJ asistencia.
    Auditor no registrar las cuen-
    tas, ya que el Gobierno ha de-
    cidido continuar sus relaciones
    con el doctor Alberto Navarro
    Severas medidas
    en Uruguay para
    abasto de carne
    Desrdenes en irn por
    el arribo de Harriman
    Cuatro muertos y cientos de
    heridos se registraron anoche
    en demostraciones populares
    La concentracin de tropas rusas' en las fronteras
    de Irn causa gran tensin en la capital
    TEHERAN, Julio 16 (UP)
    El Gobierno de Irn decret
    la ley marcial en Tehern
    para evitar ms desrdenes
    comunistas al iniciar el envia-
    do del Presidente Truman, W-
    Averell Harriman, las nego-
    ciaciones para aliviar la crisis
    petrolera Anglo Irania.
    El Gobierno cerr las orga-
    nizaciones pro-comunistas pa-
    ra evitar que se repitan ios
    sucesos de anoche en los cua-
    les hubieron cuatro personas
    muertas y 353 heridos.
    La concentracin de tropa*
    soviticas en la frontera or-
    oriental de Irn ha causa
    gran tensin en la capital.
    Fuentes bien informadas di-
    jeron que los soviticos estn
    enviando camiones cargados
    con tropas a la poblacin
    fronteriza de Astara, y un
    crucero sovitico se entuenle*
    fondeado en las afueras de
    Astara en el Mar Caspio.
    Un portavoz de Irn acuso a
    la Anglo Iranian Oil Co. de na-
    ber incitado a los comunistas
    en la provocacin de los desr-
    denes de anoche y que los diri-
    gentes rojos estn colaborando
    con la compaa britnica.
    Los desrdenes fueron provo-
    cados por la llegada de W. A-
    vcrell Harriman, el enviado es-
    pecial del Presidente Truman,
    > culminaron cuando la Polica
    con tanques livianos carg con-
    tra ms de diez mil manifes-
    tantes comunistas.
    Los choques ocurrieron en la
    Plaza del Parlamento cuando la
    Polica dispers la manifesta-
    cin comunista c o n t ra Harri-
    man a quien llamaron "notorio
    traficante de la guerra".
    Los grupos del Frente Naci-
    na que respaldan al Premier
    Mohammed Mossadegh apoya-
    mm^i
    *.A Col. 7^
    Roberto Vergara se
    intent suicidar
    ingiriendo cangar
    El seor Roberto Vergara fu
    alojado en la Sala 14 del Hos-
    pital Santo Toms ayer, des-
    pus de haber Ingerido una a-
    treclable cantidad de cangaru,
    con objeto de quitarse la vicia.
    Vergara estaba sin trabJ<;,
    pero no se sabe si este fue el
    motivo de tomar la trgica de-
    terminacin, ya que hasta aho-
    ra se ha negado 'nacer decora-
    cin alguna-
    MONTEVIDEO, Julio 16. (UP)
    El Gobierno uruguayo dict
    severas medidas para la nor-
    malizacin del abasto de car-
    ne a la capital del pas.
    Se aument la cotizacin de
    novillos destinados al abaste-
    cimiento de Montevideo a fin
    de evitar la venta clandestina
    de carne. Esta medida satisface
    la demanda de los ganaderos
    que desde tiempo atrs envia-
    ban poco ganado para el a-
    basto de la capital en espera
    de mejoras de precios.
    Con la medida del Ejecutivo
    aumentando de 26 31 cente-
    simos el kilogramo del ganado
    apto para el abasto te nor-
    malizar la actividad. Al mismo
    tiempo las autoridades sancio-
    narn a los carniceros que ven-
    dan carne no procedente del
    frigorfico nacional con retiro
    del permiso municipal por tiem-
    po Indeterminado.
    De no normalizarse la situa-
    cin ha trascendido que el Go-
    bierno llegarla a la expropia-
    cin de ganado apto para el
    consumo.
    Don Alberto Boyd
    ser abanderado
    el 18 en Pocr
    POCRI, Julio 16 (Correspon-
    sal) Pocr lucir sus mejores
    lalas durante sus fiestas patro-
    nales; su hidalga tradicin y su
    Innata alegra sern, sin duda,
    puestos de manifiesto una vez
    ms.
    Para abanderado el mircoles
    13, primer dia de toros ha aicio
    designado Don, Alberto A. Boyd,
    Joven y prestigioso poltico na-
    cional, actualmente Vice-Prcel-
    tente del Directorio del Parti-
    do Liberal Nacional,
    Una lujoso comitiva acompa-
    ar al abanderado seor Boyd,
    quien est vivamente empeado
    en contribuir al xito de las
    fiestas de la Virgen del Carmen
    ,ie esta poblacin.
    Leopoldo III abdic
    el trono de Blgica
    en favor de su hijo
    BRUSELAS, Julio 16 (UP)
    El Rey Leopoldo III de Blgica
    camin calmadamente al trono
    en el Palacio Real y comenz
    la ceremonia de abdicacin que
    pone fin a u reinado de 17
    aos de Blgica.
    No hay indicios de posibles
    demostraciones por la abdica-
    cin del Rey I eopoldo en favor
    de su hijo de 20 aos de edad.
    Baudln.
    El Rey le pidi a sus seguido-
    res catlicos que se abstengan
    de cualquier manifestacin de
    lealtad.
    -v..
    La Legislativa inici hoy la
    discusin del Decreto sobre
    Control de Precios y Abastos
    Trece artculos del proyecto fueron modificados
    por el Consejo de Economa
    La Comisin Legislativa Per-
    manente inici esta maana el
    estudio del proyecto de Decreto
    Ley por medio del cual se dic-
    tan medidas para el control de
    Precios y se crea la Comisin
    de Ajustes.
    El proyecto que fu probado
    por el Consejo de Gibin-t? *a
    sido modificado casi en su to-
    talidad por el Consejo de eco-
    noma, en una reunin a la
    cual asisti el Ministro de Agri-
    cultura, Comercio e Industrias,
    Ing. David Samudio.
    Las principales modificacio-
    nes que se han hecho consisten
    en dar la mayor parte de las
    atribuciones que se haban
    asignado al Director de Precios
    y Abastos, a la Comisin de
    Ajustes.
    Esta comisin estar com-
    puesta por seis miembros; uno
    que ser escogido de ternas
    que presenten el Magisterio Pa-
    nameo Unido y la Asociacin
    de Trabajadores de la Ensean-
    za; uno de ternas que presente
    la Federacin Slndicrl de Tra-
    bajadores y la Unin General
    de Trabajadores; uno por a
    Industria, que ser escogido de
    terna que enve el Sindicato de
    Industriales; uno del Comercio
    Minorista, de los candidatos
    que proponga la Asociacin
    de Comerciantes Minoristas y
    la de Comerciantes Detallistas;
    uno del Comercio Mayorista, de
    terna que presentar la Asocia-
    cin de Comerciantes Mayoris-
    tas y un miembro del Consejo
    Nacional de Economa.
    Los representantes de los con-
    sumidores sern nombrados por
    tres aos; los de la Industria y
    el Comercio minorista por dos
    aos y el de los mayoristas por
    uno.
    Se establece tambin que el
    Director de Precios y Abastos
    debe ser panamefo, tener bue-
    na conducta, carecer de antece-
    des penaless y poseer titulo
    universitario en materia de co-
    mercio e industria y tener ex-
    (Pasa a la Pg. 5, Col. 6)
    El nuevo Embajador
    de EE. UU. llegar
    maana a Cristbal
    Altos funcionarios de la Zona
    del Canal y las Fuerzas Arma-
    das de Estados Unidos se uni-
    rn al grupo oficial de la Em-
    bajada de Estados Unidos en
    Panam que le darn la bien-
    venida en el muelle de Crist-
    bal ai nuevo Embajador de Es-
    tados Unidos en Panam seor
    John Cooper Wiley y seora.
    El Embajador ser reclblJo
    ron un saludo de 19 caonazos
    y el Ejercite y Fuerzas Areas
    formarn una guardia de honor
    en el muelle.
    El "SS Heredia", de la United
    Fruit Company, en el cual viaja
    el nuevo Embajador y su esposa
    atracar en el muelle de Cris-
    tbal a las 8:30 de la maana,
    y la comitiva oficial viajara a
    Panam en un tren especial.
    El grupo estar compuesto
    por el Encargado de Negocios de
    Estados Unidos, Sr. Murray M.
    Wise y seora; el Agregado E-
    conmico seor Louls C. Noan
    y seora y el seor Joseph J-
    Drmpsey, Oficial de Relaciones
    Pblicas de la Embajada de
    Estados Unidos.
    A u llega*- 1 -'"da>)- de
    ranam, el T.mbajader Vviiey
    ser recibido en la estacin dej
    ferrocarril por el Jefe del Pro-
    tocolo del Ministerio de Rela-
    ciones Exteriores de Panam,
    Sr. don Camilo Levy Salcedo.
    El seor Wiley ha pedido que
    no se le haga ninguna entre-
    vista hasta tanto no haya pre-
    sentado credenciales, lo que ha-
    r en una ceremonia especial
    dos das despus de su llegada
    al Istmo.
    Ydigoras Fuentes
    niega tener parte
    en graves sucesos
    SAN SALVADOR, Julio 16 (U.
    P) En declaraciones publica-
    das en "El Diario de Hoy" el
    General Ydigoras Fuentes niega
    su participacin >-n los sucesos
    de Guatemala. Dice que vive
    alejado de la poltica respetan-
    do la hospitalidad salvadorea
    para evitar que sto sea motivo
    de discordia entre ambos pa-
    ses.
    Opina que si el actual Go-
    bierno de Guatemala hubiera
    dado amnista a sus adversa-
    rios polticos habra logrado la
    reconciliacin nacional. Termi-
    na diciendo que el pueblo de
    Guatemala es contrario al co-
    munismo y reacciona desfavo-
    rablemente cuando quieren im-
    ponrselo por medios violentos.
    Pero las conferencias siguen
    en una atmsfera ms cordial
    sin la presencia de guardias
    En tanto se espera que se llegue a un acuerdo para
    el cese del fuego en Corea
    CUARTEL DEL 8o. EJERCI-
    TO, Corea, Julio 16. (UP).
    Se ha anunciado oficialmente
    que los comunistas han enviado
    27 divisiones al frente de Co-
    rea, aumentando sus fuerzas de
    combate a unos 720,000 hom-
    bres desde que se iniciaron las
    conferencias de paz.
    Las fuerzas de las Naciones
    Unidas estuvieron atacando las
    lneas enemigas durante toda
    la semana para evitar cual-
    quier ataque de sorpresa duran-
    te las negociaciones. Pero las
    retaguardias comunistas estn
    atestadas con hombres y abas-
    tecimientos que se mueven
    constantemente a las lneas de
    combate. _,.
    Un oficial del Octavo Ejer-
    cito dijo que los rojos han au-
    mentado su potencial ofensivo
    de 45 divisiones a 72 desde
    el lo. de Junio. Las divisiones
    comunistas en Corea tienen
    10,000 hombres cada una.
    La mayor parte de los refuer-
    zos rojos fueron enviados al
    frente oriental alrededor de
    Kumsong en donde los soldados
    de las Naciones Unidas con-
    quistaron varias posiciones des-
    pus de una ofensiva de tres
    das, obligando a los comunis-
    tas a retirarse siete millas ha-
    cia su centro de abastecimien-
    tos y comunicaciones en Kum-
    song.
    Las fuerzas comunistas en
    las afueras de la ciudad des-
    militarizada de Kaesong tam-
    bin han sido aumentadas, aun-
    que no se considera este au-
    mento como un presagio.
    Las fuerzas navales alladaa
    continuaban bombardeando lo
    puertos de la costa oriental
    Wonsan, 8ongJlng, Chongjin j
    Kosong pero el mal tiempo
    limit los ataques areos contra
    los aerdromos rolos y las ru-
    (PASA A LA PAG. 5 Col. 8)
    En Estados Unidos aumentan
    el precio de los peridicos
    y las tarifas de los avisos
    Esto se debe al aumento de los costos de produc
    cien, especialmente el del pape* de peridico
    |---------------------- -----------{*> CKJCK. jul#i 16. iSK>. -
    Los vecinos de las Calles B y IS Oeste de esta
    problema de la escasez de sal durante varios
    htales de sal de un calamento recibido p
    dor de las 12 meridiano del mencionado da
    por la interjeccin de las Calles B y 13 Oeste
    quintales de sal importada de los Estados Uni
    dicha localidad se abalanzaron a recoger el U
    mandse el consiguiente desorden. Alrededor
    res v mujeres estuvieron recogiendo sal en pa
    que utilizaron sus carteras para llevar el artic
    ciudad resolvieron el sbado al medio da el
    dias al repartirse aproximadamente unos dies
    or el Banco Agropecuario e Industrial. Alrede-
    uno de loa camiones de dicha Institucin paso
    cayndosele aproximadamente unos cuarenta
    dos para el consumo nacional, los vecinos de
    n escaso articulo de primera necesidad, for-
    de cien personas entre chicos v grandes, hom-
    peles. cartuchos v hasta hubo alguna seoras
    ule a sus hogares
    Condenados a la
    pena capital dos
    curas catlicos
    PRAGA, julio 18. (UP). El
    Tribunal del Pueblo sentencio
    a muerte a siete checos acu-
    sados de terrorismo y de haber
    asesinado a tres funcionarlos
    del Gobierno comunista en la
    aldea de Moravia la semana
    pasada.
    La radio oficial de Praga a-
    nunci que entre los sentencia-
    dos a la pena capital figuran
    dos sacerdotes catlicos. Otras
    dos personas fueron condena-
    das a cadena perpetua y cinco
    ms a sentencias de prisin de
    20 23 aos.
    La responsabilidad por las
    actividades del grupo ha sido
    echada a "los imperialistas
    norteamericanos".
    El Jefe del grupo, Ladlslav
    Maly, muerto 24 horas despus
    de los asesinatos en un tiro-
    teo con la Polica, se sostiene
    que "fue enviado a Checoeslo-
    vaquia como agente del servi-
    cio de contraespionaje norte-
    americano para cometer terro-
    rismo, espionaje, sabotaje y a-
    sesinatos".
    Los dos sacerdotes catlicos,
    Vaclav Drbola y Frantiselc Pa-
    rla" fueron acusados de ocul-
    tar a Maly y Mityska en el ho-
    gar de los religiosos y que sus
    armas estaban en el stano de
    la iglesia.
    TodST los esfuerzos y las ges-
    tiones encaminadas a conseguir
    que los molinos del Canad de-
    sistan del aumento en el pre-
    cio de papel que entr en vi-
    gor el lo de Julio de 1951 han
    sido infructuosos. El Estabili-
    zador de Precios de los Estados
    Unidos, seor Michael V. DlSa-
    lle revel recientemente que loa
    canadienses se haban negada
    a suspender el aumento en vis-
    ta de que el nuevo precio ha-
    ra posible un mayor beneficio
    y, por lo tanto, un Incentivo pa-
    ra aumentar la produccin d
    papel.
    El seor DISalle declar, des-
    pus de una conversacin con
    el seor R. M. Rowler, Jefe da
    la Divisin de Papel y Pulpa,
    de la Junta de Produccin pa-
    ra la Defensa del Canad, que
    hay la esperanza de que se es-
    tablezcan nuevos molinos de
    papel en ese pas.
    El aumento en el precio del
    papel ha sido motivo de exten-
    sas discusiones entre el Admi-'
    nistrador de Estabilizacin Eco-
    nmica de los Estados Unidos,,
    seor Eric Johnston y el Mi-,
    nistro de Produccin del Canada,
    seor C. D. Howe. Nada prc-,
    tico, sin embargo, result de es-,
    tas conversaciones.
    Mientras tanto, los peridicos'
    de los Estados Unidos se han]
    visto obligados a aumentar el,
    precio de sus subscripciones 7
    las tarifas de anuncios, como
    medio para contrarrestar el in-,
    cremento en el costo de pro-.
    duccin, ya que el 80 por cien-
    to del papel que usan esto*
    diarios viene del Canad.
    Se cancela un permiso que
    fue concedido para reparar
    casa 199 de la Ave. Central
    As lo decidi el Ingeniero Municipal don Francisco
    A. Lpez, quien imparti ya las rdenes del caso
    El Ingeniero Municipal, don
    Francisco A. Lpez, ha remi-
    tido al Alcalde del Distrito la
    nota que damos a la publicidad,
    relacionada con una orden de
    cancelacin de un permiso para
    reparar la casa No. 199 de la
    Avenida Central. Dice el Ing.
    Lpez que quiere dejar constan-
    cia que de no cumplirse esta
    orden, salva toda su responsa-
    bilidad por las ingerencias que
    ha tenido como Ingeniero Mu-
    nicipal en este asunto.
    Julio 16 de 1951.
    Sr. Doctor
    Alberto Navarro
    Alcalde del Distrito
    Presente.
    Estimado Sr. Alcalde:
    Para, su informacin y para
    que, como primera autoridad
    del Distrito haga cumplir la
    orden Impartida por el suscrito,
    tengo a bien transcribirle la
    nota enviada al seor Temisto-
    cles Moreno, maestro de obra,
    quien esta efectuando los tra-
    bajos de la casa No. IBS de li
    Avenida Central.
    "Seor Moreno: En vista de'
    que en repetidas ocasiones le'
    he ordenado la suspensin do'
    los trabajos en la casa No.'
    199 de la Avenida Central. y
    como he observado que a pesari
    de mi solicitud han continuado
    dichos trabajos, deseo infor-
    marle que el permiso que >
    concedi el suscrito para hacer
    los mencionados trabajos que-
    da cancelado a partir de la fe-
    cha. Este permiso era exclu-
    sivamente para hacer ciertas re-
    paraciones menores, una vitri-
    na y demoler la parte del edi-
    ficio que se encuentra dentro
    de la linea de construccin. De
    continuar los trabajos se ex-
    pondr usted a una fuerte mul-
    ta por hacer caso omiso de las
    rdenes impartidas por esta ofi-
    cina".
    Adems le ruego comunicar al
    seor Max Arari. dueo de i
    (Pava a te Pag. eeL I)


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    BROADWAY HEARTBEAT
    Celebs About Town: Hit Honor, the Mayor, unhappy ovar the
    photos Uken of him and June Haroc. star of "Affair of State.
    Her (room was alr-bfushed "out" of the happy ahot Uken at
    Hitlinisley's partv for Rodger, As Hammersteln. Tallulah Bank-
    head, whose luck has one sour. The victim of swollen orbskitten
    by deer-fly.. Bette Davis, (at the Cub) just as tense as an the
    screen. Grinds out her citarets after S or 4 pulls.. .Nsncy Kelly,
    star of "Season In the Son," who also stars In ((ahem') dreams...
    John Carradine's hot-weather heads eara white homknrg. Such
    s horn!.....Sally Forrest, newcomer click In tho moom-pltchas
    whose name is Katherioe ScuUy Feeney, begorra. ..Ym Brynner
    (the-man lead of "The King and I") wha proa'ly will win the
    Donaldson Award, due any matinee. Shirley Booth In the distaff
    division? "Guys and Dolls" to get It for Best Musical?.. .Maureen
    Stapleton (of "The Rose Tattoo") wmt commutes to Haverstra
    (N. Y.) #0 show her groom How Much She Cares.
    Sallies In Our Alley: French star, Roger Rico, now in Jink's
    part at "Pacific," was asked 1 his debut in the U. 8. made him
    nervous..."The great Sarah Bernhardt." he said modestly once
    heard an ingenue brag: 'I'm never nervous'.. .Sarah stifled: you
    will bewhen you acquire a little talent'"... D.J. Drlscolls Dun-
    gent pun on the visiting Shrlners: "Our Fine Fezered Friends.
    Mid town Vignette: Carol Channing. who romped aver the
    Broadway Moon (after "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" premiered),
    scaled those heights with her wham delivery of "Diamonds Are a
    Girls Best Friend".. .But, so tar as we know, she's never owned
    any...Not up to the time she married Canadian footballer Alex
    Carson... This Is how he proposed... She had a matines .Alex
    killed time strolling around Broadway...At 52nd Street a twitob-
    inr feller sidled up and whispered: "I need some "' Jlnn
    buy thle wedding ring?".. .Alex bought It...They eloped" be-
    tween ahows. Cost him 82.56.. It's the only "Jewelry" she guards
    with her Ufe.....And their love.
    Memos of a Mldnlghter: Phil Silvers (the cmvulra]"and Joy
    Skylar (the No. 1 chorine at the Riviera) Loookkk LnlkkkkelI...
    George Jean Nathan debunks the report he will sue over C. An-
    goff's article, which he enjoyed.. .ASCAP's top songwriter isiL
    Berlin...Joe DIMaggio has Joined the Runyon Awards Jury to help
    decide the best in sports writing...Anita Colby marking F Ryan
    any hour?...Those exciting new caricatures of showfolk m sar-
    di's are by Don Bevan. co-daddy of "Stalau 17" .Many more
    H'wood homes will be confiscated by inoome taxers Betty
    Forsllng, radio and tv historian, leaves Newsweek Sept 14. To
    "write" after New Year's when she returns from Majorca. .Re-
    member olllonnalre Davis, who kept "The Ladder (top flop of
    them all) going on and on? Well, he's the one pourtag the coin
    Into "CourthV Time," starring Joe E .Brown.. .Sugar Ray got this
    cable after his defeat: "You still have Runyon Fund title.
    New York Novelette: Frank Costello was taking the baths at
    the BUtmore the other day when a stranger said: "You MgtJPsnty
    me; my name's Kelly. I'd like you to shake hands with roebody
    ... Costello was introduced to and shook the hand of Frank Lee.
    prop, of the hat firm which sponsored two commentators who
    shellacked him for years "Just wanted to tell you." sa d Lee. I
    admire the way yon took those attacks. I'd like to *"*.*
    mv home for the weekend".. Mr. Lee left but was back in 36
    minutes with a package....."I know." he said. "ISM iJM*-
    you, bnt please accept this to convince me there are no hard feel-
    ings This is our finest hat".. That's how Frank CosteUo acquired
    the snassy Panama skimmer he sports sbout town.
    Broadway Chop Suey: Aly Kahn Just shipped two horses
    VHunno and Llwalfy) to Calif. Racetracker, hear he win follow
    them .Renee Carroll -part of the Sardi's scene for decade) hat.
    retired after checking hals since im..Miay Rogers: she Mr
    Martin, co-prop, of "Guys and Dolls." Might it you In Warren
    Lee Plerson chairman of the board of TWA luto ^ "**:
    Mador by Truman to settle German war debts) w^n Portugal;
    id medal Alan Phllp and his wife were divided quietly las
    Thursday Next day he eloped to Thomasvtlle. Ga with Margaret
    Beeman Krebs. heiress to the Beeman choongum mmt. A New
    Orleans honeymoon ..Buddy Brooks opens at Thj *******
    (Queens) tomorrow eve. Insiders predict he will land big on the
    networks soon after... Bl llngsley will close the Stork (for tne
    mst time, last 13 days of Aug. He will keep a chef, bartender and
    Sil er on hand for a colyumlst. who needs an "^-conditioned
    place to transact Runyon Fund matters during his 7 weeks
    "holiday." ___________
    Free Lemonade: Jeanne Crain's playing in Mth's "Take Care
    J Mv 1 u.i. rilpl" at the Roxv tomorrow.. The way Luis Arcaras
    **rVyUa** ygStre a RCA-Vlctor Disney', "Alice In
    wonderland? drl Carol Hendrlek.' thrashing at the
    Park Ave.. Jackie Mllee and Kay Armen at fcEMm. And
    Thos* Gelsi.Betta St. John's girl-magic In "So. Pacific.
    The late Watch: Al Green (struggling songwriter) golla bid
    from two publishers for his song. Tear, of Joy'-shortly after hU
    IfT left himwearr of the struggle. It mav mean a Ha ftp y
    ndlng The^Jop f '"''' **** Corp. (which ..tea editorials
    widely in newspaper ad.) bought a newspaper In Dover. Del.
    Editor A Publisher reported the sale but not the name of the new
    wn. TV the crew of the U. S. S. Valcour: Sent it to Secy of
    Sis Navy KimbaU. Hope It helps Maggie McNam.ra (rated by
    GJ. Nathan No. 1 stage beauty) is a clickta'Chicago with "The
    Moon Is Blue"...The price of having a babv baa doubled, no
    matter how-poor you are ..Highest cost of all leery pograms is
    sTredI WarlnsV 822.76 Per 1004 homes. The lowest cost: Howdy-
    IVoooy- BE .Report"rom Klchard Hudnut: "Berle-s is top
    teevv Only one with a larger audience than ours." (Dotxnler) .
    from the Dally Worker: W. Winchell, intimate of Frank Costello
    and John Edgar Hoover" Name-Droopa!. Suggestion U news-
    paper editor,: On stories about the jailed pro-Commy mystery-
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    Balboa. C.Z.
    Sir:
    I read In your fine paper the other day that the popular
    catering manager of the Tivoll Hotel was transferred to some
    place in the Storehouses.
    And so the Panama Canal. Railroad. Company, and what-
    have-you continues to run true to form.
    You get a good guy who does a good Job. A guy who is
    tailor made for his position. Who gets along equally well with
    employes and customers. A guy vou can depend upon for
    parties, banquets, and special goings on. And so the food tastes
    good and vou get a smile every time you see the guy.
    So what do they do?' They give him a broom and tell him
    to sweep up a storehouse or something.
    1 guess somebody must figure these things out and there's
    undoubtedly a reason for everything. Me, I'm lust a customer
    and I dunno what goes on behind the curtain.
    All that appears to me Is that he certainly seemed like the
    guv for the Job. Even the unparalleled Steplnfetchlt Tivoll ser-
    vice was beginning to improve. But they tell him to go 'way
    and i'ount nuts and bolt,.
    Nuts is right!
    Old Kecneyc.
    WINSTON-SALMI, N. C. I
    have driven through the streets
    of textile mill towns where the
    mark, of bitter picket line wars
    remain only in the bitter me-
    mories of both uneasy sides
    and someone directed me past
    the bright leaf tobacco fields to
    the outskirts of this Southern
    city where other men and the
    boss for whom they work live in
    peace as brethren.
    / drove- post spick-and-
    span housing project, on to
    Washington street where
    'the bost," a 7-year-old
    millionaire, U building a
    %15,000 house to go ana prize
    to one of the 500 teamsters
    n-ho drive "over-the-road"
    trucks for htm from Atlanta
    to Boston. No dynamite tales
    here, no sagas of shotgun
    bullets. Just the kind of
    Americana the intellectual
    bio city cynics guffaw a*
    7"hich makes it an even bet-
    ter story.
    Horatio Alger was an amateur
    compared to this poor tobacco
    farmer's son, Malcom P. McLean
    by name, who ran a rented truck
    at his home in Max ton. up Into
    a 112.000.000-a-year business.
    Back In 1938, he sold two thirds
    of his share In America's future
    to two partners for 1500 each.
    They sold this country short and
    returned their shares in Mc-
    Lean's Trucking Co. the next
    vear for the same 1600 apiece.
    Now McLean, a lean sandv-
    haired chap, counts some 500
    drivers on his payroll and has
    one of those "happy driver is a
    good driver" slogans. But he
    works at it.
    Having driven a truck him-
    self, he knew that teamsters
    were unhappy living awav from
    their home terminal, that they
    lost their dough on the poker
    tables, and elsewhere, around a
    strange town. Also, being a good
    businessman, he feared the fast
    turnover of drivers would hurt
    his vast operations. So he de-
    cided to. offer his men a clean
    and comfortable olace for them
    and their families to live.
    But this citv of tobacco ware-
    houses, electronic shops, textile
    mills and the other bric-a-brac
    of fast growing Industrial areas
    has made this a tight housing
    section.
    So McLean went out and
    bought himself an entire
    housing project of 355 homes
    lust a few months aoo. Here,
    as I drove throuoh it, 1
    rouU) see the xmn'ter MM
    which go for SB.M *"''
    three room and bath.
    And the drivers moved in
    their women lolk and kids,
    which made McLean hapoy
    tor still another reason. He
    knew, and will tell you. that,
    "A driver must have a hap-
    w home lif'. to be a good
    driver. If he has a fussing
    wife, he worries about it for
    three hours after he leaves
    and for three hours before
    he pets home at niaht."
    Most driver accidents
    tha bane of weary, over-the-
    road driving hapnen with-
    in ISO miles of the home
    terminal.
    To help the men equip their
    new homes. McLean came up
    with the Idea that he could
    share with them the money
    saved in avoiding costly acci-
    dents. So now he gives his peo-
    ple safe driving bonuses but
    not In cash In special certi-
    ficates drawn on the local Sears.
    Roebuck and Company, like a
    check. And he hands them a
    varl-hued booklet which ad-
    vertises the freezing units, the
    bedroom suites, the TV sets, the
    ladies' and men's clothing and
    a panel full of toys replete with
    lolls and plastic machine guns.
    These certificates the firm
    calls its "MAPA" plan the
    McLean Accident Prevention
    Award. They are made out
    for three percent of the
    driver's gross pay if he
    goes three months with-
    out an accident. If he goes
    a' year without trouble, he
    gets a 12 per cent bonus r
    in scrip. This is done so the
    teamster will buy the ma-
    terial things needed for the
    home, to be enjoyed by the
    entire family so his bo-
    nus won't be blown on the
    town, or on the road.
    Another incentive Is the L-
    shaped. New England-styled
    $15.000 home with garage at-
    tached which he's just put up.
    To qualify for r chance at the
    house, a driver must go the en-
    tire year without an accident.
    These incentives have paid off
    so well that McLean's accident
    ratio is far below the national
    average for lnter-city trucks. On
    Feb. 1st he decided to do away
    with all insurance on claims and
    pay them himself where neces-
    sary.
    That's the story. Except for1
    the fact that five of his top
    executives and four corporation:
    directors started with him as
    drivers: and a Negro employe'
    was recently voted Wlnston-8a-
    lem'a Negro of the Year; and
    more then 200 of his employes
    have earned enough to buy their
    own homes in the areas Tve Juat
    driven through.
    And there are no battle-scar
    A memories.
    (Copyright f*5j Post-Hall
    Syndicate, Inc.)

    Avenue Of Escape
    By BOB RUARK

    .
    NEW YORK. Come with me to the Casbah,
    kiddles, and let us stride among the garbage
    cans and snoring bums. I used to think Algiers
    had a picturesque slum, but Algiers can't hold a
    bearded beggar to my native quarter.
    Mv street, down in the Village, Is about a
    hundred yards long, and it's a dead-ender. But
    vou get more action there of an evening than
    you'd expect from the Rue de Lappe in Paris,
    King's Cross in Sydney, and the old French
    Quarter In New Orleans. My street is always
    full of cops and fire trucks and commotion, be-
    cause the natives are so uninhibited.
    Why, In one week end. we had a stabbing on
    the sidewalk, and two cats and kittens also
    on the sidewalk. One husband locked out one
    wife, and the gas line busted in another citi-
    zen's house. The Poetry Society met, a, usual,
    and the neighbors turned in the Junk man to
    the cops three or four times for the sin of beat-
    ing baby carriages into plowshares much too
    early in the morning and late at night. There
    were assorted dog fights, a crap game on the
    corner, and one lady's pet cat got abducted by
    a sinister catnaper who savs stewed felines
    taste Just like rabbit.
    Next to cats, we specialize in bums. Our
    bums are. I believe, the peer of all the bum,
    in New York. They are selective, prldeful bums,
    with specialties. There is one, a long lean bum,
    for instance, who adores cats, and not for culi-
    nary purposes, either.
    Before he has his first slug of canned heat,
    this bum panhandles In behalf ef the long, lean,
    mangy cats who flock 'round him as if he were
    constructed of catnip. When he accumulates a
    quarter, he goes to the butcher shop and buys
    two bits' worth of chicken entrails and similar
    leavings.
    Then we have another bum who is strictly
    honorable regarding the spending of his hustled
    alms. He stopped me the other night and hit
    me up for a nickel. His arms were full of pack-
    ages.
    "I got hamburg." he said. "I got two bottles
    of beer. I got a bottle of ketchup, a head of
    lettuce and a loafa bread. But I ain't got an
    onion, and dammed If I can eat hamburg with-
    out no onion. A nickel buys the onion, chum.
    If vou will be so kindly."
    I was so kindly.
    We have another bum with principles. This
    bum Is an unashamedly drunken bum. My wife
    and I were picking our way through the debris
    caused by the cat-loving bum when the drunk-
    en bum stopped me. He was apologetic.
    "Look, Mac." he says to me. "Ordinarily 1
    will not bite you when you are walking with a
    lady, but my buddies and I are dying of thirst,
    and we have not yet raised the .first half-buck
    toward the pint. If It is not going to be at
    least half-a-buck, do not bother, because this is
    one of those nights when we don't' want to
    raise no false hopes. If vou please."
    I pleased.
    We have one class-conscious bum who will
    only sleeo in convertibles.
    This one was sleeping in a Ford with a can-
    vas top. on a recent wet evening, and the car's
    owner roused him by kicking his feet. The feet
    were sticking out the open door. Th,e bum stag-
    gered out, still hazy. He took a fast look at the
    car.
    "A Ford, no less," he sneered. "Nlneteen-
    forty-two model. I could of swore It was a Ca-
    dillac when I went to bed. I must," the drunk
    said reflectively, "have been drunker than I
    thought." He lurched off. a picture of despised
    dignity.
    You can see why I am fascinated by my new
    street. It is noisy, and it is dirty, but it is
    never, never dull.

    Bomb Ban
    By Peter Edson
    WASHINGTON(NBA)A proposal that the
    United States withdraw from further Unrted
    Nations consideration of the so-called Baruch
    plan for international control of atomic bombs
    and atomic energy production recently has been
    made by David E. Lillentbal.
    Mr. Lilienthal is now a private business con-
    sultant, but he was formerly chairman of the
    Atomic Energy Commission. Before that he was
    chairman of the small group of leading Ameri-
    can scientists and industrialists who in 1844
    drew up the first plan for international control
    of atomic energy materials and production. So
    Mr. Lilienthal Is now in effect disowning his
    own brain-child.
    After the Lilienthal plan was announced, it
    was refined for presentation to the United Na-
    tions under the direction of Bernard M. Baruch.
    An international atomic Authority was to be
    established. It was. to have the right to enter
    any country, make land and air surveys, man-
    age mines, check accounting, make reports.
    Manufacture of atomic weapons was to be ban-
    ned by all countries, but development of atomic
    energy for peaceful purposes would be permit-
    ted, under Inspection.
    No country would have veto power over the
    Authority. Violators of its decisions would re-
    ceive swift and certain punishment. In ex-
    change for these guarantees, the U. S. wou,ld
    share its atomic secrets with the world.
    These are the essentials of the plan which
    Mr. Lilienthal. in answer to a question by this
    reporter on a "Meet the Press" television inter-
    view, says the United States should now aban-
    don. His reasons are simple and direct.
    First. Russia now has atomic bombs of its
    own. 80 there is no big secret for the U. S. to
    share with the rest of the world.
    Second. Russia has shown in the six years
    since the end of World War II that it has no
    Intention of allowing representatives of other
    countries to have free movement within its
    borders. International Inspection is the key to
    effective atomic energy controls.
    U. S. government officials, however, express
    no sympathy for the Lilienthal idea of wlth-
    drawlne the Baruch plan for atomic energy
    control. "We're still for peace, even though it',
    impractical." says Gordon Arneson. State De-
    partment advisor on atomic energy matters.
    ltimate International control of atomic bomb
    roduction is considered the only possible an-
    v.-er.
    The international control plan proposed by
    Mr. Baruch has been periodically reviewed by
    the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. Chair-
    man Gordon Dean and Commissioner Henry D.
    Smyth have taken special Interest In the sub-
    ject. AEC scientists believe there are adequate
    checks for keeping the most accurate books on
    production of fissionable materials. These con-
    trols would also be effective in hydrogen bomb
    production, since the A-bomb triggers the H-
    bomb.
    Furthermore, a group of 26 congressmen,
    headed by Sen. Ralph Flanders of Vermont, last
    March urged President Truman to seek com-
    plete disarmament through the United Nations,
    and to keep pressing for this goal until it was
    achieved. "Complete disarmament" naturally
    Includes a ban on atomic weapons, under Inter-
    national controls.
    Actually, the United Nations has been moving
    In this direction ever since last October. That
    was when President Truman proposed that the
    UN deal with both atomic energy control and
    limitation of conventional armaments at the
    same time. Up to now. two commissions have
    been working on the two problems, separately.
    Both have admitted they were stalemated by
    Russian refusal to permit inspections or a cen-
    sus of armaments.
    The Russian proposals have been for all coun-
    tries to reduce armed forces by a third and to
    ban atomic weapons first, before taking up the
    question of controls. The Russians have also
    refused to sanction Inspections of any kind.
    That's what stymies disarmament moves. No
    meetings of either the UN atomic energy or
    conventional armaments commissions were held
    last year, because the Russians walked out.
    A UN committee of 12 has held three meet-
    ings to explore the possibility of combining the
    work of these two commissions. The commit-
    tee's members are representatives of the Secur-
    ity Council, plus Canada. Frank C. Nash is the
    American representative.
    This committee is now considering an Ameri-
    can plan which calls ior two things. First, "re-
    aulatlon. limitation and balanced reduction of
    all armaments and armed forces, including in-
    ternational aecuritv and police forces."
    Second. "The UN plan for international con-
    trol of atomic energy and the prohibition of
    atomic weapons should continue to serve as the
    basis for anv plan for the control of atomic
    eneriv unless and until a better and no less ef-
    fective system can be devised."
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    Draw Panon says: Winchell item hurt Justice Douglas
    with Whir* House; Farouk resented reports of honey-
    moon escapade; Britain would invoke Atlantic Pact m
    Iranian crisis.
    WASHINGTON. The White House was considering a "plan
    to send ./.peme Court Justice William O. Douglas to Iran as
    special mediator, when two published items suddenly knocked
    tnese plans Into a cocked hat. One Item was In Wlncheli's column,
    the otner an article in Life magazine.
    The Winchell item read: "Personal memo to Tito of Yugo-
    slavia, Nehru of India and other chiefs of foreign nations:
    When a 'Bill Douglas' (of Oregon and Washington, D.C.) calla
    on you soon all courtesies extended will be appreciated by
    this column. Mr. Douglas will file copy exclusively to us .. It
    will be relayed to all I.N.S. clients under the byline: 'By B1U
    Douglas, special correspondent 01 the Dally Winchell......
    This did not go down well at the White House. Nobody .really
    believed that the Supreme Court Justice was going to send
    newspaper dispatches back from India.and Yugoslavia Where
    Douglas la now traveling, through Walter Winchell. Nevertheless,
    Winchell Is not popular arouna the White House, and even a
    remote association between, him and Douglas didn't help.
    On top of tins, the State Department learned that the Shah
    of Iran was blazing mad over a recent article in Life magazine
    in which Justice Douglas portrayed Iran as a land of crooks
    and grafters. Though many agree with Douglas, the Shah ap-
    parently doesn't. For last week an urgent cable sent to the'Stftt*
    Department warned Douglas to stay out of Iran if he valued
    h;s life.
    Obviously he was not the man to mediate in Iran.
    KING FAROUK'S HONKVMUON
    Bulbous King Farouk of Egypt got sore and cut shoft hU
    honeymoon in Sicily the othei day for a most interesting
    reason.
    He was gallivanting around with another woman not hi
    bride ana Italian pnotographers tried to take bis picture.
    The king's strange behavior on his honeymoon shocked even
    nit most loyal followers. And when the Italian papers got wind
    ol it, FarouK gave up his 24-room villa, boaroea nis yacht and
    silled away.
    The Egyptian press hinted at the escapades, and as a result)
    tt.e King ordered tnree of Cairo's biggest newspapers tempo-
    rarily suppressed. Egyptian censors refused to allow any foreign
    reporters 10 cable word of this out of the country.
    WASHINGTON PIPELINE
    The tip that led to the suspension of Dennis Delaney, Mas-
    sachusetts Collector of Internal Revenue, came from Senator >
    Kefauver of Tennessee, the crime buster... Thanks to an uphill 1
    battle by former Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes ana nis
    accessor, Oscar Chapman at least one plank of the President's '
    badly battered civil-rights program was carried out recently '
    the transfer of the former Jap mandated islands in the Pacific '
    from navy to civilian control... Senator Humphrey of Mln-'
    nt-sota has appealed to his colleagues to give up their long.1
    summer vacations and keep Congress In session 12 months a '
    year. He made the proposal at a closed-door meeting o De- '
    inocratlc senators, Humphrey argued that Congress is too loaded
    d.wn with work to go back to the old system of six-month
    1 cesses... Sen. Paul Douglas Of Illinois Is convinced that tho
    Communists should be forced to withdraw to the narrow neck
    of land 100 miles north of the 38th parallel first, as proof
    the Communists lost; second, to deter new aggressions on South
    Korea, vouglas proposes that the area between the 38th parallel
    and the new line be administered by the. United Nations.
    CAPITAL NEWS t AFSULES
    Iran and North Atlantic Pact Field Marshal Montgomery \
    has informed General Elsenhower that Britain will invoice tha
    Atlantic Pact in cake of fighting In Iran. The idea startled
    Eisenhower who looks on the Atlantic Pact as an Instrument for 1
    warding off Russian invasion of Western Europe, not a device i
    for saving British oil in the Middle East. If Britain follow* I
    through on this,.the rest of the Atlantic Pact nations will prob- \
    aoly renege.
    Acheson Humor As the MacArthur hearings drew to a I
    S:ffe,oa ,{.riend. Mked Secretary of State Dean Acheson how ho
    felt. Smiling broadly, tha patrician secretary replied: "I'm Ilka '
    the story of the drunk who was thrown out or the bar by a '
    tough bouncer. When he came to. out on the sidewalk, he doubled '
    hit fist, shook It at the door, and shouted, 'I can lick any Hi '
    01 you guys/ "
    Soviet Arms to Italy The Italian Government has un-
    covered a gigantic Russian plot to send arms by the shipload to '
    Communists in Northern Italy. Four big pleasure yachts loaded'
    with Russian machine guns and bazookas have been intercepted '
    in the Adriatic. The arms were brand new and worth nearly '
    $2,000,000. ;
    MERRY-TO-ROLND
    Secretary of 'Commerce Sawyer Is digging deeper Into tha !
    operations, of the Louis Johnson law firm and the Chiang KaU
    suek family in shipping tin to Communist China. There may
    be more ramifications to this group which, while publicly op-
    posing Communism, actually was shipping precious tin to tha,
    Communists... Indian Ambassador Sardar Pannlkar has held a
    mysterious three-hour conference with Mao Tse-tung on tha ,
    ctase-flre truce. The State Department, however, Is suspicious, 1
    Pannlkar may be giving away Western strategy... The Air 1
    Force la llfltlng its eyebrows at the report of Adm. Robert Carney
    Commander of the U.S. Mediterranean fleet, that he finds tho.i
    most anti-American feeling of all In the Azores. (It happens than I
    the only Americans stationed In the Azores are Air Force men.i 1
    ...The Navy has quietly built up a force of more than 5,000 '
    Marines in the Mediterranean, attached to the Sixth Fleet. 1
    They re ready to protect American interests in case of trouble In '
    Iran... The Israeli Government has offered to' reopen ltl*bti-
    oil refinery at Haifa to help the West when Iran's ofi retinerieT
    shut down. Difficulty, however, is that the pipelines to the HalfV
    eflnery runs through Arab territory and the Arabs will have to
    call off their boycott of Israel first. ,-..
    ________(Copyright, 1151, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) ~'
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    40 Symbol for
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    46 Qualified
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    appellation
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    Alvaiado. por el advenimiento
    de su primognito, ocurrido en
    el Hospital Gorgas.
    tecepcin
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    la Condesa de Rbago, ofre-
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    i.m. a l pm. en el saln Bella
    Vista en el Hotel *1 Panam,
    pn ce'ebricin de la Fiesta Na-
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    agasaja
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    Leonas en honor de la seora
    51ana de Pascual, tendr lugar
    el mircoles 18 en la residencia
    la seora Blanca de la Ossa.
    ira mayor informacin pue-
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    1876.
    el Comit Pre Retiro
    ifatas Hernndez
    Se cita por este medio a to-
    jas las damas del Comit pro
    ltiro Matas Hernndez del
    Hub Interamericano de Muje-
    M, para una reunin muy lm-
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    fndec.
    le Sur Amrica
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    temporada visitando a sus fa-
    miliares la seora Isabel R. de
    Alemn, esposa de SB. el Em-
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    De loa Estados Unidos
    Presentamos un atento salu-
    do de bienvenida a 8B. el Em-
    bajador de los Estados Unidos,
    seor John Coop.r Wiley y se-
    ora, quienes llegan maana
    a Panam.
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    Embajada de Espaa en El
    Ecuador, seor Rafael de los
    Casares! quien llega hoy a Pa-
    nam con el fin de pasar una
    temporada visitando a sus pa- I
    dres, S.E. el Embajador de Es-1
    paa y la Condesa de Rbago.
    Para Europa
    Despedimos atentamente a la
    Condesa Lita de Vizcaya, quien
    despus de haber pasado una
    temporada en Panam visitan-
    do a sus hijos, seor Fabrlce
    de Vizc\ya y seora Tereslta
    A. de Vizcaya, regres ayer a
    Paris, lugar de su residencia.
    Para Coln
    Sigui para Coln en donde
    pasar varios dias de descanso
    la seora Carinen F. de Chan-
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    **Te Deum" que ser oficiado en la Igle-
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    en el Palacio de la Embajada a las
    6:00 p.m. del mismo da, fiesta *
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    medicacin e Instruccin y co-
    mo utilidad pblica el transpor-
    te, alumbrado, gas, combusti-
    bles, acueductos y telecomuni-
    caciones.
    Con respecto ?. las sanciones
    se han consignado multas de
    diez a dos mil balboas a los
    Infractores y hasta la suspen-
    sin de la patente y clausura
    del establecimiento.
    Por ltimo se ha incluido un
    articulo nuevo en el cual se
    establece que el Director de
    Precios y Abastos podr delegar
    er los^Alcaldes y Gobernadores
    el conocimiento en primera ins-
    tancia de los Juicios por infrac-
    ciones del Decreto Ley.
    traste *cen el pronstico opti-
    mista del Embajador de Esta-
    dos Unidos, Henry Orady, de
    que la situacin est llegando
    a un punto en que ser posible
    resolver y la declaracin hecha
    en Paria por Rarrlman de quo
    Confia en l xito de so misin.
    Bajo el amparo
    tas de abastecimiento.
    Desrdenes en
    ron a la Polica atacando a los
    comunistas desde las calles ad-
    yacentes, mientras que la Poli-
    ca nsaba bombea lacrimgena*
    para dispersar a los manifes-
    tantes.
    El Gabinete fu convocado a
    sesin extraordinaria y en vis-
    ta de la gravedad de la situa-
    cin se decret la ley marcial,
    establecindose el toque de que-
    da desde media noche hasta Us
    cinco de la maana-
    Loa comunistas lograron ve
    chasar a la polica montada, pe-
    ro stos formaron filaa nueva-
    mente en frente del edificio oel
    Parlamento y abrieron fuego
    con pistolas y rifles por sobre
    las cabesas de los manifestan-
    tes. La Polica continu dispa-
    rando ms de cien tiroa por mi-
    nuto. Entonces los tanques livia-
    nos con ametralladoras Irrum-
    pieron en la plasa. huyendo los
    comuniatas aterrorizados. Detrs
    da los tanques vena la polica
    montada con sables en mano y
    toletea. En dos minuto no qued
    une, ota persona en la plasa,
    dedicndose luego la polica a
    limpiar las calles adyacentes.
    La Polica confisc la eopias
    de dos peridicos procomunijtas
    y suspendi su publicacin. La
    polica militar cerr el local de
    los "Partidarios de la Paz' y dijo
    que ste es el centro de tocos
    los comunistas del pas.
    ..TEHERAN, Julio 16 <15P) El
    Gobierno de Irn declar nulos
    todos loa contratos de la Anulo
    Iranian OH Co. y ofreci su pe-
    trleo a quien quiera comprarlo
    al contado y transportarlo por
    su cuenta.
    La medida est destinada a
    remediar el retiro por Gran
    Bretaa de la flota de barcos
    petroleros de la Anglo Iranian
    Oil Company, lo que ha para-
    lizado la industria de varios mi-
    llones de libras esterlinas, y fu
    'mada en vsperas del arribo a
    sta eapital del representante
    viajero de Estados Unidos, W
    Averell Harriman para "mediar'
    en el gravo pleito
    Esta medida parece dar al
    BASE DE AVANZADA, julio
    116. i UP >. Los delegados da
    I las Naciones Unidas y comu-
    . nlstas terminaron su cuarta y
    ; ms corta reunin en una at-
    1 msfera de mucha ms cordla-
    | Helad y sin ningn guardia ar*
    , mado comunista en los alre-
    dedores del cuarto de cont-
    i rendas.
    Las sesiones de la maana y
    tarde del lunes sumaron a solo
    una hora y cincuenta minutos
    y fue Interrumpida a as 10:53
    de la maana cuando el jefe
    de la delegacin de las Nacio-
    nes Unidas, vlce-Almlrante C.
    [Turner Joy termin de leer su
    j declaracin y Jos rojos pidieron
    un- receso de dos horas.
    Al ser declarado el receso los
    rojos salieron del cuarto de
    conferencias con caras serias y
    se montaron a sus "Jeeps". Al
    Erlnciplo se crey que algo ha-
    ia salido mal en la confe-
    rencia, pero el Almirante Joy
    explic a los periodistas que es-
    peraban afuera que "hemos te-
    nido la palabra toda la ma-
    ana".
    La delegacin de las Nacio-
    nes Unidas esperaba que en la
    reunin del lunes se terminara
    la agenda de la conferencia,
    la que es uno de los principales
    ! problemas para un acuerdo de
    i un cese de fuego en Corea.
    La sesin del lunes era la
    [principal prueba de la sinceri-
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    Bo, 195, (*tH* "DiLpken, (ml** 378
    HRS. KABX COMPLIMENTED WITH SHOWER
    Mr. Albert A. Arnela and Mb Jeannette lnd Mias Helen
    Marquard were co-hostesse far a party and h,!'er Ie"
    Saturday evening at the home of Mr. Arnold In New Crii-
    tobal to compliment Mrs. Joaeph Kahl of Fort Guiiea.
    The Rifts were presented In a
    pink and blue bassinet and the
    color scheme was repeated In the
    appointments of the buffet ta-
    ble. Pink carnations and blue hy-
    drangeas with a-large cake, de-
    corated in the same colors, form-
    ed the centerpiece.
    The guests Included the mo-
    thre of the honOree. Mrs. John C.
    Marquard. Mrs. Mark L. White.
    Mrs. Eric E. Forsman. Mrs. Nel-
    son W. Magner. Mrs. Carl .H.
    Starke. Mrs. Ralph N. Stewart,
    Mrs. Fred Huldquist. Mrs. Albert
    A. Doyle, Mrs. David Fogle. Mrs.
    Marie Fraser. Mrs. Glenn Dough,
    Mrs. Wlnnard F. Parsons. Mrs.
    William L. Brooks. Mrs. Michael
    Barosky, Mrs. Oscar Malac. Mrs.
    Theodore Englebrlght. Mrs. Hen-
    ry DeVoll. Mrs. Albert Pate. Mrs.
    Margaret Austin. Mrs. Frank H.
    Wolf. Mrs. Robert Hurdle. Mrs.
    William Brady. Mrs. Lowell H.
    Mau. Mrs. Earl Turner. M". Jas.
    Bowers. Miss Jean and Miss Len-
    eve Dough. Miss Beverly Lind-
    strom. Miss Mildred Marquard
    and Miss Pauline Arnold.
    Interesting Event*
    for Atlantic Side Ladies
    The Cristobal Woman's Club Is
    planning a benefit card party for
    Thursday, July 19 at the Gilbert
    House. Dessert will be served be-
    tween 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. The
    proceeds from the party will go
    to the Philanthropy fund.
    Table prizes will be given the
    high scorers.
    Reservations may be made by
    calling Mrs. Stanley Kidd. 3-1691
    or the Gilbert House, 3-1702.
    have been popular residents of
    the Gold Coast and have entered
    Into civilian and church activi-
    ties In the community- They will
    be missed when they sail on Au-
    gust 17.
    New Executive Officer Bue
    for Coco Solo Naval Hospital
    Captain Robert L. Ware is due
    to arrive Friday to assume the
    duties of Executive Officer of the
    Coco Solo Naval Hospital. He as-
    sumes the position recently va-
    cated by Captain J. D. Vlecelll.
    Duplicate Bridge Games
    The weekly duplicate bridge
    games will be held this evening
    at the Margarita Clubhouse with
    an Invitation extended to anv in-
    terested residents to Join the
    group.
    The winners of the games last
    week were: East and west: 1st,
    Mrs. R. B. Ward and Mrs. J. A.
    Cunningham. 2nd. Mrs. Porter
    McH?n with Mrs. C. T. Swearln-
    gen. 3rd. Carter M. Houston with
    D. O. Brown.
    North and South: 1st, Mrs.
    Garland A. Orr and Mr. John M.
    Fahnestock; 2nd. Julius Loev and
    W. E. Gibson and 3rd Sam Roe
    with Herbert Delgado.
    Mr. Romer Returning to State*
    Mr. Frantz B. Romer. of Mid-
    dletown. N.Y.. has been visiting
    his daughter and son-in-law. Mr.
    and Mrs. Paul Ackerman of New
    Cristobal, since May, will sail Fri-
    day on the "Cristobal" to return
    to his home.
    One of the most Interesting
    summer events will be the card
    and bingo pan v combined with a
    fashion ahow to be given by the
    Colon Unit of the Inter-American
    Woman's Club at the Coco Solo
    Officers Club, Thursday, Jury 26
    at 1:00 p.m.
    The dollar admission fee will
    entitle the guest to a chance on
    the door prize. Refreshments will
    be served. An Interesting raffle
    will be a feature of the afternoon.
    Tickets will be on sale by club
    members.
    The Woman's Auxiliary of the
    Gatun Union Church Is sponsor-
    ing a-"Roundup Card Party" to
    be given Friday evening. July 20.
    Cards will be played at the homes
    of the members and everyone will
    go to the church for refresh-
    ments and the awarding of prizes.
    Price of admission Is fifty cents.
    Anyone desiring to plav may call
    Mrs. Leon Egolf 3-1681.
    Chiefs' Wives Club Meeting
    The Chiefs' Wives Club of the
    Coco Solo Naval Station will meet
    tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. at the CP.
    O. All eligible ladles are cordial-
    ly Invited and urged to Join the
    group.
    Emblem Club Meeting
    The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
    52 will hold a social meeting
    Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The hostess-
    es for the evening will be Mrs.
    Marie Mangogna, Mrs. Catherine
    McNammee and Mrs. Sheila O'-
    Sulllvan.
    All members are cordially In-
    vited to attend.
    Captain Dumbauld
    Completing Tour of Duty
    Captain C. M. Dumbauld,
    commanding officer of the Coco
    Solo Naval Station has received
    his orders for duty at Corpus
    Cristi. Texas, after completing a
    two-year tour on the Isthmus.
    Captain and Mrs. Dumbauld
    Departures
    Mr. and Mrs. Tracv White of
    Gatun. with Claire and Filly
    sailed Friday to spend a vacation
    with relatives In the New England
    jtates.
    Mr. John M. Fahnestock of
    France Field left by plane Satur-
    day to visit his mother In Gulf-
    port. Miss.
    Mrs. Malsle Chen, who has
    seen visiting her sister and bro-
    cher-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Eus-
    tace Lee of Colon, left Friday to
    eturn to her home in Jamaica.
    Mrs. Manuel Castillo and Miss
    316ria Castillo left by plane Sun-
    jay tora vacation In Costa Rica.
    Mr. and Mrs. Roger Howe and
    daughter. Mary were the guests
    of Mr. Howe's parent*. Mr. and
    Mrs. David Howe, of Gatun, be-
    fore their departure Friday on
    the "Panama." The Howes will
    visit In Florida. Indiana and New
    Hampshire before returning to
    the Isthmus.
    Rebekab Club Announcement
    The Cristobal Rebekah Club
    recently raffled an oil painting
    entitled "frangl-panl." the work
    of Mrs. Floyd McDermltt. The
    painting was won by Mrs. George
    Poole. Sr., of Gatun with ticket
    No. 29.
    Mrs. Emma Estes donated the
    painting to the club to raise
    funds for the organization.
    12-Tone Schoenberg,
    New-Style Composer,
    Dies In Los Angeles
    LOS ANGELES, July 16, (UP)
    Arnold Schoenberg. 76-year-old
    composer whose "atonal" sym-
    phonic compositions sounded
    more like noise than music to
    most present-day audiences, died
    at his home here following a two-
    year illness.
    Schoenberg was borrf In Vien-
    na and served in the Austrian ar-
    my during World War I. He came
    to the United States several
    years ago and was naturalized as
    a U.S. citizen in 1941. He retired
    six years ago after teaching at
    the University of California at
    Los Angeles.
    The Inventor of a 12-tone scale
    with no dominant "key." Schoen-
    berg composed almost entirely In
    this unique scale.
    "Compositions with 12 tones
    will evolve naturally," he said.
    "The public will like them In the
    same manner as It liked preced-
    ing styles."
    Among his best-known works
    were Transfigured Night, written
    before he adopted the 12-tone
    scale and Pelleas and Mellsande,
    written In the new form.
    He was regarded as one of the
    world's great musical theorists,
    but often said he would prefer
    being known as an artist.
    Elizabeth Pearson
    Celebrates Birthday Anniversary
    Little Elizabeth Pearson,
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
    Pearson of Gatun. celebrated her
    sixth birthday anniversary with
    a party on the ground floor of
    her residence Sunday afternoon.
    Balloons were used to form a
    canopy over the able, which was
    decorated with pink and green
    crepe paper and centered with a
    large pink and white cake.
    The young guests were: Susan
    Barfleld. Sandra Blaynton. Mi-
    chael Klasovsky. Phyllis Smith,
    Helen Marie George. Beverly
    George Beverly Gorman. Freddy
    Newhard. Elizabeth McLaren. Pa-
    mela Theriot. Bobby Williams,
    Sandra Seacrist. Andra Lee Nash,
    Virginia Thomas. Henry and Su-
    sie Shirk. Billy Keepers, Butch
    Express Hits Milk
    Train At Montreal
    SWANTON. Vt.. July 16 (UP)
    A Boston-bound express train out
    of Montreal slammed Into the
    rear of a slow-moving milk train
    here today and two passengers
    were Injured.
    Hundreds of others aboard the
    Central Vermont Railroad Inter-
    national train were shaken up
    but otherwise unharmed.
    The steam locomotive of the
    passenger train and three cars of
    the milk train were badly dam-
    aged.
    ' Penning ton. Patty Kunkle and
    ! Dennis McNamee.
    8hlrley Keepers assisted with
    the games.
    Mrs. R. B. Ward assisted the
    ! hostess and Mrs. John M. Klasov-
    sky and Mrs. Lee Nash were also
    present.
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    Miss Dinah Sasso. the daugh-
    ter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sasso.
    3f Colon, sailed Friday for New
    ifork en route to Silver Springs.
    Maryland. Miss Sasso will spend
    the winter with her cousins, Lt.
    Col. and Mrs. James De Marr.
    the former Miss Stella Boggs. 8he
    will continue her high school ed-
    ucation In Maryland.
    Carlos Ducruet, son of Mr. and
    Mrs. Luis J. A. Ducruet. of Colon
    sailed Friday for New York. He Is
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    TV Stars Wife Hacks Wrists
    In Showman Roses Bathroom
    partment over his Ziegfeld Thea-
    ter on 6lh Avenue, called police
    after Miss Matthews went into
    the bathroom.
    "Hurry up. see If you can save
    her," Police 8gt. William'Carter
    She tried
    NEW YORK. July 16. (UP)
    Jolyce Matthews, divorced wife
    of television star Milton Berle,
    locked herself In a bathroom in
    showman BUly Rose's luxurious
    apartment yesterday and slashed
    both her wrists with a double-1 quoted Rose as saying,
    edged razor blade In a suicide at- to commit suicide."
    tempt I Carter said he asked Rose if
    Police said lt took them 15 Miss Matthews had tried to Jump.
    minutes to get the bathroom door "No. she has cut her wrists,"
    open and put tourniquets on her Carter quoted him.
    wrists. I As police carried Miss Mat-
    The beautiful 32-year-old for- thews out of the apartment to
    mer showgirl, was taken to; take her to the hospital, Rose
    Roosevelt Hospital. A hospital
    official said she was not m a cri-
    tical condition and was expected
    to live.
    A spokesman at Berle's house
    said Berle had gone to a camp
    for the day to visit their adopted
    daughter. Victoria.
    After trying vainly to break
    down the metal door of the bath- ; one adopted child
    said, they reported:
    "Now is the time to have a wife.
    I'm going to call Eleanor now."
    His wife, the former swimming
    star Eleanor Holm arrived a
    short time later.
    Miss Matthews married and
    divorced Berle twice. They have
    room, with a fire axe. police fin-
    ally used an oriental sword which
    they saw on Rose's desk. They
    slipped it between the door and
    lock and pushed the lock tongue
    back.
    Miss Matthews, dressed in a
    pmk summer cotton dress and
    ballerina slippers, was lying face
    down on the floor, police said.
    Rose, who Uves in a lavish a-
    Berle and Miss Matthews were
    married the first time in 1941.
    81x years later, the striking
    blonde former showgirl divorced
    him in Reno sharing custody of
    Victoria, now five years old. They
    were married again several years
    later, but their attempted recon-
    ciliation failed and thev -parted
    once more.
    Rose, producer and nightclub
    "' "
    operator who started out as *
    song lyric Writer, has been mar-
    ried twice. His first wife wa
    comedienne Fannie Brice who
    died recently in Hollywood. He
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    TrL.ONO 2 0740 .CtMIHAl PR.VADA Ar>"TADO PO.TAt NO. 134
    EN tUt TAIL MI* SITUADO*-CN tTA CIUDAD. CAUL H. N 87

    f L^arruAel
    de WASHINGTON
    Po. DREW PEARSON
    LA LIBERTAD DE CULTO Y LAS
    DICTADURAS DE IZQUIERDA
    /oda dictadura, sea cual fuere su ndole, im-
    plica un sistema de gobierno con normas mas o
    menos uniformes y con caractersticas particula-
    res, que es conveniente que los pueblos las conoz-
    can para advertir el peligro y para alejarse- de el
    combatiendo cualquier brote que tienda a subver-
    tir el orden democrtico.
    Lo expresado en el prrafo anterior es muy
    importante porque no siempre se saben identifi-
    car a tiempo las amenazas de dictaduras de iz-
    quierda o de derecha. Sobre todo las primeras que,
    poniendo en juego una serie de recursos demag-
    gicos, logran, a veces, sorprender a muchos, pre-
    cisamente por el desconocimiento de las tcticas
    comunistas en sus diversas etapas de catequiza-
    cin disimulada primero y de dictadura abierta
    despus.
    El presente comentario slo tiene por objeto
    referirse ligeramente al tema de la Libertad de
    Cultos frente a las dictaduras de izquierda.
    La historia demuestra que, tan pronto como
    se ha entrinizado o est por entronizarse un r-
    gimen comunista, comienza una campaa algunas
    veces hbil y otras grotesca, contra los sentimien-
    tos religiosos de los pueblos, espacialmente contra
    el cristianismo.
    En la actualidad se estn viendo dolorosos
    ejemplos en Europa y Asia donde el totalitarismo
    de izquierda est echando hondas races, sojuzgan-
    do a grandes naciones. Recientes estn las pruebas
    del suplicio sufrido por el Cardenal y Primado de
    Hungra y por numerosos representantes de diver-
    sas religiones. En la ltima semana las agencias
    de Prensa han estado informando sobre las per-
    secuciones que en este sentido se llevan a cabo en
    la China Roja, las cuales estn teniendo seria tras-
    cendencia en ese pas.
    Es evidente que el atesmo forma parte esen-
    cial de la doctrina comunista, porque ste consti-
    tuye una de, las mu .oiUla* bases ,dc esa extica
    concepcin materialista' de la vida.
    Sera muy interesante que por mera ilustra-
    cin las comunidades democrticas estudiaran las
    ms caracterizadas manifestaciones del comunis-
    mo. Al principio se encontrar que, mientras se
    consolida el rgimen, se proclama la libertad de
    cultos, pero una vez que ya se domina el Poder, to-
    tal o parcialmente, se inicia una velada persecu-
    cin generalmente obligando a las instituciones re-
    ligiosas a pagos de crecidos impuestos y, sobre to-
    do, aislndolas de los centros de servicio social y
    educativos.
    Para combatir un sistema filosfico de gobier-
    no es conveniente que se conozcan sus fines y, par-
    ticularmente, sus procedimientos. De otra manera
    es muy difcil, casi imposible, identificar cualquier
    movimiento de penetracin que, como el marxista,
    tiene mltiples y peligrosos aspectos.
    Drew Pearson dice: Un articulo de Winchell le hizo dao
    al Juez Douglas en la Casa Blanca; Gran Bretaa in-
    vocar el Pacto del Atlntico en la crisis petrolera de
    Irn.
    tico. El Mariscal Montgo-
    mery ha Informado al tiene-
    ral Eisenhower que Gran Bre-
    taa invocar el Pacto del
    Atlntico en caso de lucha en
    Irn. La Idea sorprendi a
    Eisenhower, quien mira al
    Pacto del Atlntico como un
    instrumento para evitar una
    invasin rusa de Europa Oc-
    cidental y no como un ins-
    trumento para salvarle el pe-
    trleo a Ins britnicos en el
    Medio Oriente. Si Gran Bre-
    taa contina con esta idea,
    el reato de las naciones fir-
    mantes del Pacto del Atln-
    tico renegarn.
    Humor de Acheson Cuan-
    do las investigaciones sobre
    Mat-Arthur se acercaban a su
    fin, un amigo le presento al
    Secretarlo de Estado Dean
    Acheson cmo se senta. Son-
    riendo, el Secretario replic:
    "Me siento como el borracho
    del cuento que sacaron de
    una cantina a empellones.
    Cuando volvi en si, en la a-
    cera, apret sus puos y gri-
    t: Yo puedo vencer hasta a
    diez de ustedes".
    Armas soviticas para Ita-
    lia. __ El Gobierno italiano
    ha descubierto un gigantesco
    plan ruso para enviar armas
    en grandes cantidades a los
    comunistas del Norte de Ita-
    lia. Cuatro yates cargados con
    ametralladoras y "bazookas'
    rusas fueron interceptadas en
    el Adritico. Las armas eran
    todas nuevas y valan alre-
    dedor de dos millones de do-
    lares.
    WASHINGTON. La Casa
    Blanca estaba considerando
    un plan para enviar al Ma-
    gistrado William O. Douglas a
    Irn como mediador especial,
    cuando dos artculos que fue-
    ron publicados desbarataron
    estos planes. Uno de los ar-
    tculos apareci en la colum-
    na de Winchell, y el otro en
    la revista "Life".
    El articulo de Winchell de-
    ca: 'Memorndum personal
    a Tito de Yugoeslavia, Nehru
    de la India y otros jefes de
    naciones extranjeras: Cuando
    un tal "Bill Douglas" (de Ore-
    gon y Washington, D.C.) les
    haga una visita, todas las
    cortesas que se le dispensen
    sern agradecidas por esta
    columna. El seor Douglas
    nos enviar una copla exclu-
    sivamente a nosotros, y nos-
    otros la enviaremos a los
    clientes del International
    Newi Service con el siguien-
    te pi: "Por Bill Douglas, co-
    rresponsal especial del "Daily
    Winchell".
    Esto no cay muy bien en
    la Casa Blanca. Nadie crey
    en realidad que el Magistra-
    do iba a enviar despachos de
    prensa desde la India y Yu-
    goeslavia por intermedio de
    Winchell. Pero de todas ma-
    neras, Winchell no es muy
    popular en la Casa Blanca, y
    cualquier remota asociacin
    entre l y Douglas no ayudo
    para nada.
    Para completar, el Departa-
    mento de Estado 3upo que el
    S h a h de Irr estaba que
    echaba humo por un articulo
    aparecido en la revista "Life"
    en la eual el Juez Douglas
    describa a Irn como una
    tierra de corrompidos y la-
    drones. Aunque mnchas per-
    sonas estn de acuerdo con
    Douglas, el Shah parece que
    no es de la misma opinion.
    La semana pasada el Depar-
    tamento de Estado recibi un
    cable urgente advirtiendo que
    si Douglas apreciaba su vida
    se mantuviera alejado de
    Irn.
    para ese
    catarro-
    cada fosa nasal paran la
    aeracin, dotpsfan y
    desinflaman
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    ANIVERSARIO DEL INSTITUTO
    Por RICARDO JAN Jr.
    Contemplar los edificio* sue (ornan al lntituto Nacional,
    llena de satlsftccien a todo corazn panameo. Darte cuenta
    de sus actividades pretritas y presentee, envuelve de esperanza
    y de f a todos los que creemos en los luminosos postulados de-
    mocrticos. Y es que esa Institucin es un troto de democracia
    hecha tangible realidad. Es que en esa cristalina fuente del sa-
    ber, han bebido y beben el vivificador liquido del conocimiento,
    los hijos de los verdaderos componentes del pueblo panameo.
    Por eso, hoy, que en el libro del tiempo de su existencia se
    Kxrera un folio ms replete de actividades positivas, sus estu-
    de medicina los estudiantes tie-
    nen como materia fundamen-
    tal en 1 primer ano de Ana-
    toma, combinadas con mate-
    rias de menor Importancia. Se
    le da asi oportunidad a los
    alumnos de intensificar sus es-
    tudios en los laboratorios part
    las prcticas de diseccin. Es de
    todos sabido la Importancia, de
    estas prcticas, pues es alli en
    donde el alumno se ejercitar
    sobre cadveres, lo cual le dar
    un absoluto dominio de la ma-
    teria en tu futura carrera. En
    una o dos hora* de laboratorio
    diariat, et imposible que se
    logre profundlaar bien en la
    materia. La diseccin ea una
    tarea difcil y larga y es por
    esto que opinamos que debie-
    ra ser tomado en cuenta cuan-
    do se discuta el proyecto de
    reformas.
    GACETILLAS
    Universitarias
    Po, # 2> ni
    El da 9 de agosto se llevar
    a cabo la Inauguracin oficial
    de la Escuela de Medicina de
    la Universidad de Panam. Es-
    ta facultad que se Inici este
    ao con 26 estudiantes en el
    poco tiempo de estar laboran-
    do, ha sido digna de elogiosos
    comentarlos por parte de las
    autoridades mdicas del pas.
    El programa de Inauguracin
    es actualmente elaborado por
    el Rector Mndez Perelra y sin
    lugar a dudas debe resultar
    brillante. Ese dia la Escuela de
    Medicina abrir sus puertas
    para que todos conozcan de
    cerca las instalaciones y la la-
    bor desarrollada hasta ahora.
    Tambin los estudiantes pre-
    pararn un programa especial
    con el fin de olvidar las arduas
    horas de estudio a que estn
    sometidos diariamente.
    dianles. el personal dminUtr.tlv. y docente se mueatrw, lleno,
    de Jbilo por tan felir. acontecimiento Y el pa is ettonl Irtfe
    mi mirada de tratitud hacia esa Casa de Estudios, por donde han
    pasado la mayora de los elsdadanot panameos, que en el pre-
    Unte se .sitan en la vida nacional, llevando en sus *.
    fundos conocimientos y en tai coratenes acendrado patriotismo.
    Esta ea la fecha pr.plela para rememorar a as.eeatri.
    buyeron a crear esta eminente Institucin Ule como los legis-
    ladores de 19417, que confeccionaron la Ley 22 del mismo sao, al
    Dr. Manuel Amador Guerrero, qae como Presidente de I
    Mica la sancion; a don Jos Domingo de ObaldU y al Dr. Es*
    sebio A. Morale*, el primero eomo Jefe del Ejecutiva y al segas*
    do, como Secretario en el ramo de Instruccin rtMiM, qae pu
    ieron en prctica la Ley mencionada. Esa Administracin na
    slo cre al Instituto, sino qae inicio I men casa qae le Irla
    a dar cabida. Pero la muerte del Presidente de Obaldia, el le,
    de Marzo de MI, le priv del placer de Ter termtasssd I
    Vino a ser ys ana realidad la termlnaein de los aeros edifi-
    cios en 1911. durante el gobierno del Dr. Pablo Arotetnena, qnies
    puso en marcha la Institucin anteriormente creada, ea ra nao-
    va y moderna casa.
    Desdo ltll. ha venido el Instituto Nacional, brinteao a la
    sociedad panamea plyades de Jvenes se han sabido poner
    en alto al Alma Mater y eon ello, han logrado un visible pro-
    greso del pas y hacer brillar con ms prenonelamlente el Altaf
    Sagrado de la Patria.
    Boy dim, el Instituto Nacional prosigue tu marcha acelerada,
    por los brillantes rieles del progreso, impulsado por un Raster
    de solidos conocimientos y de luenga experiencia por los predios
    de la educacin, por un Vlcerector que es todo dinamismo, per
    un experimentado y eficiente Personal Docente y Administrati-
    vo, lo mismo qae sor sa activo y comprensivo entras o estu-
    diantes. En esta forma conserva su tradicin democrtica y pa-
    triotic, retoando ms an, la esperanta de la Repblica, ea
    los jvenes egresados de este Primer Plantel de ensenante se-
    cundaria del Estado panameo.
    Se han Iniciado las discusio-
    nes de reformas del programa
    de estudios de la Facultad de
    Medicina. El proyecto ha sido
    elaborado cuidadosamente y se-
    r sometido a la consideracin
    de la Junta Administrativa, una I
    vez haya sido aprobado por los1
    profesores.
    Es nuestra opinin que una
    de las reformas sustanciales te
    debiera efectuar en i primer
    ao de estudios en donde los
    estudiantes tendrn que some-
    terse al riguroso estudio de tres
    materias fundamentales como
    Anatoma, Bacteriologa e His-
    tologa y tres secundarlas como
    Psiquiatra y Disertaciones cl-
    nicas. Hasta donde tenemos en-
    tendido, en todas las escuelas
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    LISTA OFICIAL DE LA LOTERA NACIONAL DE BENEFICENCIA
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    ILTJNES. JULIO IS. 1U1
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    I-AGINA TRES
    RED
    Panamericana
    1.090 Kcs
    OX LUNES
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    Arena Quaker.
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    1 dirige Rene Santos
    :M Nrtlaciere Paretra
    14:15 Dedicatorias
    15:45 Drcula, El Hombre
    Vampiro
    dramatizado RPA
    lf.ee Vibraciones del Aire
    Nacho Valds
    lf.lt Kerisna, U Caaetoaera
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    |f :10 Saeesee de la fliueuuaMad
    Dramatlzacin RPA.
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    Flavio Garca
    acompaa Lucho Muo
    cortesa Floristera Vaivn
    |7:M Solos de rcano
    con Lucho Muoz
    cortesa Ron Carta VeJ
    |1:15 Latos de Odio
    dramatlzacin, cortesa de
    Cigarrillos Camel.
    |7:S0 Pfina* de Amor
    dramatlzacin, cortesa de
    El guila Imperial
    |7:*5 La Vos Emocional
    de Betty Williamson
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    : 15 Ea Vos Baja
    con Anlta Vlllalas
    cortesa de la mueblera
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    1:30 Msica espaola
    :M Mujeres entre Rejas.
    Dramatlzacin.
    Cortesa de Casa Analinl
    1:11 Serenata e Us Americas
    con Bolle y Gome*
    corteaia Basar P>amfc
    1:10 El Hit Musical de Hoy
    Ln Panamericanos
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    ai
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    10:1o Francia y su msica
    :W Drama thaoson BBC.
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    MARAA MARTES
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    S:M Hablan las Astros
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    8:45 Cantares de Mxico
    S:SS Clasificados del Da
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    19:45 Noticiero RPA
    10:00 El mundo del vals
    11:15 La Novela Matinal
    El Arab*
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    compositores ,
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    del mundo
    13:00 Serenata espaola
    12:15 Noticiero "La Hora"
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    con Lucho Muoz
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    PJW.
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    2:30 Sendas musicales
    con Anoland,
    cortesa El guila
    Imperial
    2:45 Su Novela Favorita
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    dramatlzacin cortesa de
    Kelvix
    S:90 Momento romntico
    con Ovidio Rodrigues
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    EL MENSAJERO DE LA FELICIDAD
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    B/.lss.M correspondiente a uno de ios premios del QUINTO GRAN CONCURSO LAVASOL, quien
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    (os ltimos modelos
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    CAMISAS SPORT
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    Enorme coleccin de CORBATAS
    de la conocida marca "Wembley"
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    PRXIMAMENTE -
    en la
    RED
    PANAMERICANA
    CAMISONES NYLON
    Rosa, blanco, celeste'y negro.
    Tallas: 52 a 40.
    Especial ...12.50 y I4.9S
    PETKOTES cintura NYLON
    Rosa, blanco, celeste.
    Pequeo, mediano, grande
    Especial ...6.50 y 7.95
    PUAMAS CORTAS
    EN RAYN
    EN ALGODN
    Rosa, celeste, amarillo
    32 a 58.
    Especial ... 2.95
    MEDIAS NYLON
    HELENA RUBINSTEIN
    Tallas: 8 al 10ft. Nuevos
    colores.
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    PUAMAS NINAS
    Tallas: 2 al 15.
    Colores: Rosa, celeste,
    amarillo.
    Especial...2.60y 3.50
    BRASSIERES
    EXQUISITE FORM
    Tallas: 32 a 42.
    Rosa, blanco, celeste.
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    CHAMBONNET y QUINTA AVENIDA
    ABIERTO DE 5 a 12:3 i ditil.
    para #w
    traemos 16 c/ue
    l necesita .
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    tteccin de r\opila
    Corralitos Canastillas
    Sillas altas Cochecitos <
    Andaderas Mesitas con silla
    Baaras Pesas
    Excusaditos de plsticos porttiles y muchos otros
    artculos de necesidad diaria para l.
    Lina preciosa eleccin
    Camisitas en diferentes tamaos
    Panties "Playtex" la ltima creacin para babea
    Frazaditas da lana
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    AYENIDA CENTRAL 74,
    oLo aue Lfd.
    tanto necesita
    en caucho. .T
    Escurridores
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    especial para el servicio
    Alfombras para el bao.
    en plstico...
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    a B/.1.00. Platos de caucho para ali-
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    MAANA A LAS 5 de la tarde se inaugura la ESTACIN MODERNA, aleada en la later
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    Socios favorecidos en Julio 15 de 1951:
    Seorita NAZIRA MORALESCali* 29 y Ave. Cube. No lS-Un ga-
    binete grande para cocina, esmaltado en blanco, con franja
    roja*. Ganado con 1 emana.
    Scfior BRYAN M. DUTFarmacia V. HermosaUne cama dobla
    de caoba barnizada en Jaspe oscuro, con tu colchn y sering da
    resortes. Ganada con 1 semana. ,
    Seor CISAX VASQUEZ -Calle 21 Oeste. No. SUna cama-cune
    en color natural con su colchn V spring Ganada con 4 semanas.
    Seller BRAULIO M. RUDYCentral J. Das. No. 4011Una estufa
    de doe fogones y una lmpara. Ganadas con S enana.
    Seora MARTINA DE FERRERACalle "G" No. 18Un estante
    de caoba de dos cuerpo con espejos interno* y une cmoda
    grande barnizados en Jeepe naranja Gan con 11 tamaas.
    StnorlU CLARA MASSONCalle Aeropuerto. No. 309-Una carne
    doble de caoba barnizado en Jaspa naranja, con au colchn y
    spring de resortes. Ganada con 11 semana.
    Seoril ENEIDA ALMILLATEGUl-Ave. Central. No. 124Una
    cuna americana con su colchn y spring. Ganados con 13 se-
    manas.
    Seorita ENNA EUGENIA WATHERBURNMariano Aroeemene, No.
    SSUne vitrina licorera con puerta corredizas en color tabaco.
    Canada con 15 semanas.
    Seorita WINOLA MORGANCalle 21 Este bis. No. 22Una cerne
    doble barnizada en Jaspe cocobolo- Ganada con 15 semana.
    Seora GRACIELA MORENOCalla 13 Oeste, No. 15Un colchn
    para cerne Individual. Gan con 15 semanas.
    Seor LENIDAS ARJONAAve. Per, No. 1Una cama-cuna con
    u -colchn y prlng. barnizada en color natural oecuro. Gan
    con 19 semanas.
    Seora EUFEMIA DUARTECalla 15 Oeste. No. 19Une estufa
    Perfection de tres quemadores. Geno can 20 semanas.
    SeAor FEDERICO RODRIGUEZCalle 12 de Octubre. No. SUne
    cama doble con su colchn y spring de resortes. Ganada con 21
    semanas.
    Seorita EVELIA E. LASSOCelle 19 Oeete, No. 9Una cama
    dobla de caoba barnizada en jaspe cocobolo, con su colchn y
    spring. Genada con 21 semanas.
    Seor LUIS E. MUOZ -Calle 14 Oeete. No. SIUna estufe Perfec-
    tion de tres quemadoras. Genada con 21 sananas.
    X. X. Una .sortija de oro pe homere. Ganada con 21 semana
    SeAora ANGELA ROS DE PARRILLAAve P Aroseraana. No. 2-A
    Una levadora electrice marca General Electric. Genada con
    SI semanas.
    Seora MIRTLE VALENTINE MALONEYCalle S9, P. Nuevo, Na.
    147Une cama doble de caoba barnizada en color vino, con
    su colchn y spring de resortes. Ganada con 23 semana.
    Seora WES KING DE SALOMONCalle St. Chorrillo. No. 19
    Une refrigeradora marca Philco de siete pite cbicos. Ganad
    coa 23 semanas.
    Seora FERNANDA DE LOPEZCelle Prspero Plnel. No. SSUna
    cuna barnizada en celeste con su colchn y spring. Ganada con
    29 semanas.
    SeAor JOS I. QUIJADACelle 21 Oeste, Na. 15Une carne doble
    de caoba barnizada en color vino, con su colchn y spring da
    resortes. Ganada con 2S sernena.
    Seor DANIEL FEDERICO MICHELLCelle 2 Oeste. No. S Un
    radio R C.A. Vctor de I tubos. Ganado con SO semanas.
    Seor ARTURO BLACKETTCalle 25 Oeste. No. 3 Una refrigera-
    dora General Electric de 8 pies. Genada con terrenas.
    Seora MATILDE PEREIRA DE ESCOBARCelle 9a.. No. 22Una
    lavadora automtica marca General Electric. Ganada con 29
    semanas.
    Seor BUENAVENTURA OSORIO DE MACEOCalle P. Edificio Sen
    CarlosUn radio marca Stewart Warner da S tubos, siete ben-
    ds:. Gsnedo con 30 emanas.
    XXUna estufa Perfection de tras qusmedores. Ganada con SI
    semanas.
    Seora OLIMPIA AGUILAR DE PEREZAve. i. Arosamena. No.
    39Una refrigerador merca Philco. Ganada con 31 semanas.
    Seor ROGELIO M. GUILLEZCelle 13. Sen Freneleco. No, II-
    Una cama doble de caoba barnizada en Jaspe naranja, con su
    colchn y spring de resortes. Ganada con 49 emana.
    XX Una refrigeradora maree Philco de 7 pin. Ganada con 42
    semanas.
    Seorita MAGDALENA LASSO A.Calle J. No. 3Una cama do-
    ble de ceoba en color Jaspe nerenje, con su (prlng de reeorUs.
    Ganada con 43 semanas.
    Seorita MAGDALENA LASSO A-Calle J. No. 3-Un colchn do-
    ble de resorte. Cen con 44 semanas.
    Seor MANUEL P. RODRIOUETF. Fil. V. Hermosa. No 99Un
    luego de Living Room estilo tropical, baruisado en color nogal
    v tapizado en verde. Gan con S3 semana.
    Seor ALFREDO RAVIftOCalle 11. Monte Oscuro, No. 3145Una
    mesa con tapa fije y patas niqueladas y cuatro Uta tapizadas
    en color rojo. Gan con 54 emana.
    Seor CAMILO CRESPOCalle Aeropuerto. No. 3T-Un gabinete
    de cocina esmaltado en blanco con franjas azulas. Ganado con
    59 amenas.
    Seor ARTURO BLACKETTCalle 25 Oeste. No. 3-Una cama do-
    ble de caoba barnizada en jaspe narenjs, con su colchn y
    spring de retortas. Ganada con 59 emana.
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    THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAH NEWSPAPER
    MONDAY, JTJIT 1, 1951
    Red Sox Split But Increase American League Lead
    Reds Cop Twinbill From
    Injury Riddled Dodgers
    Balboa Gun Club Captures
    Ringo Cup In Close Match
    Luis Thompson In Unanimous
    Decision Over Lionel Peralta
    The Balboa Gun Club Rifle
    team lifted the -Ringo" Trophy
    from the Albrook-Curundu team
    In a red hot match with the
    smallbore rifle at Far Fan Sun-
    day by two big points. The Bal-
    boa team was made up completely
    3f the ex-Balboa Junior shoot -
    irs who have dominated local
    imallbore rifle shooting: for the
    iast three vears. but thev had to
    go all out to cop this match from
    an Albrook-Curundu team which
    has also been rugged in compe-
    tition over the last twelve
    months.
    This match was the kind o]
    competition that makes small-
    ^oore devotees think that theirs is
    ~;he finest sport in the world. In
    a match with a possible 1800
    points. Including 20 shots in the
    difficult standing position, the;
    Balboa riflemen fired 1474 against
    the 1472 chalked up bv Albrook-
    Curundu. The match wasn't de-.
    Cided until the last shot was
    llred. The Cristobal Juniors end-
    d up in third place with 1433.
    As an example o how hot the
    Jjoys were In this competition, the ,
    winning, team average of 351
    fired las* year, would not have .
    made third place In this match.
    as the winners averaged over
    3S8.
    The local riflemen had to post-
    pone "Knock off Jaffray Day"
    once more as the Albrook-Curun-
    du shooter fired a blazing 381 to
    upset the Isthmian smallbore
    champion. Dick Dlllman who
    fireo 379. both scores being the
    highest ever fired on the Isthmus
    in this competition. Bill and Dick
    had to be hot as Jim Schelbeler
    of Cristobal. Capt. A. C. 8mith
    of the 45th Cavalry (Reconnais-
    ance Squadron to youi. and Ev-
    erett Dlllman fired 375. 373 and
    371 respectively for third, fourth
    and fifth places.
    The scores fired by the two
    Dlllman boys carried Balboa to
    the win and marks them again as
    the Canal Zone's finest small-
    bore markamen. Their consistent
    Cerformance in position shoot-
    ig and that of Jim Schelbeler of
    Cristobal should be a matter of
    pride for all Zonlans. These
    three boys are fine competitors
    and fine gentlemen, and they are
    excellent examples of what par-
    ticipation in the sport of the
    steadv hand and the sharp eye
    can do for a boy.
    American League
    TEAMS Won Lost
    Boston .
    Chicago .
    New York
    Cleveland
    Detroit
    SI SI
    M 34
    47 32
    47 34
    1C 41
    Washington 14 48
    Philadelphia 34 4
    St. Louis 24 M
    Pet. GB
    .882
    .885 S
    .884 'a
    5M SVs
    .488 184
    .485 18
    .418 XV:
    .308 M
    The detailed breakdown of the scores follows:
    BALBOA No. 1
    Dick Dlllman. ..
    Everett Dlllman..
    Billy Joyce......
    Joe Fuller......
    rrone
    197- 9x
    194- 9x
    196- 8x
    196- 8x
    Standing
    183- IX
    177- -ix
    170- lx
    162
    Total
    379-lOx
    371-llX
    366- 7x
    358- 6x
    Team Total
    > ALBROOK-Cl'RlNDl
    >B111 Jaffray.........
    Gil Kemm...........
    Bill Merriman........
    Earl Mitchell.........
    Prone
    199-llx
    198-12X
    188- 7x
    199-12x
    Standing
    182- IX
    170- 2x
    168
    160
    1474-34X
    Total
    381-12X
    368-14X
    364- 7x
    359-12x
    Te*m Total
    CRISTOBAL JCNIORS
    Jim Schelbeler........
    Henry Wachtel........
    Leo Constantine.......
    Ray Pinto..........
    Prone
    198- 7x
    193- 7x
    194- 4x
    198- 9x
    Standing
    177- 3X
    162
    159-
    152-
    lx
    Team Total
    BALBOA No. 2
    Lew Ryan .......
    Clavton Breckon ..
    8. TodhunterTodd.
    Paul Anderson .. .
    Prone
    195-10X
    188- 7x
    1S8- 3x
    172- 5x
    Standing
    154- lx
    154
    138- lx
    151- lx
    Team Total
    MARINE BARRACKS
    Joe Zembroski
    Andy Pompura......
    John McClure......
    John Counselman ....
    Prone
    194- 9x
    181- lx
    190- 2x
    175- 2x
    Unding
    ,, 153- lx
    147- 3X
    112
    133
    1472-45X
    Total
    378-lOx
    355- 7x
    353- 5x
    350-lOx
    1433-32X
    Total
    349-llx
    342- 7x
    326- 3x
    323- 6x
    1340-27X
    Total
    347-lOx
    328- 4x
    312- 2x
    308- 2x
    Team Total
    INDIVIDUALS
    Capt. A. C. Smith
    Sgt. Edwin Budd .
    John Fahnestock
    Bob Deming.. ..
    Al Joyce ......
    Ervin Schrunk ..
    Charles Thamalis
    Leonard Vilandry
    Prone
    199- 8x
    197- 4x
    195-lOx
    194-
    196-
    195-
    180-
    167
    7x
    5x
    SUndin
    174- 3x
    157- lx
    154
    153 ,
    139
    102
    111
    85- lx
    1295-18X
    Total
    373-llX
    354- 5x
    349-1Ox
    347- 7x
    .335- 5x
    297- 7x
    291- 4x
    252- lx
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    TODAY'S GAMES
    Boston at St. Louis
    New Vork at Detroit
    Philadelphia at Chicago
    Washington at Cleveland
    YESTERDAY'S RESULT*.
    (First Game)
    Phila. 000 000 8833 6
    Chicago 080 000 8011 18
    Hooper (4-7) and Tipton.
    Gumpcrt (7-3) and Erautt.
    (Second Game)
    Phila. 00118060045 11
    Chicago 080 000 0088 1 1
    Zoldak (3-3) and Murray.
    Judson i3-2). Rotblatt and
    Nlarhos. /
    (First Game)
    Wash. 308 318 0007 14 1
    Cleveland 010 002 6014 12 1
    Maero (9-5) and Guerra.
    Chakalos (3-3),Zoverink.Fahr,
    BriMle and Tebbetts.
    (Second Game)
    Wash. 866 688 388 2
    Cleveland 281 488 80x7
    7 1
    8 8
    Hudson (3-8), Haynes and
    Kluttst
    Garcia (11-6) and Hegan.
    (First Game)
    Boston 801 800 0001 5
    St. Louis 888 380 80x3 8 6
    Nixon (6-2), Wight, Masterson
    and Rosar. Moss.
    Garver (12-4) and I.ollar.
    (Second Game)
    Boston 081 618 1889 14 2
    St. Louis NI 8H #325 10 6
    Scarborough (6-4) and Moss.
    Kennedy (1-5), Maboney. Slea-
    ter and Batts.
    (First Game)
    New York 888 888 8813 9 1
    Detroit 281 881 18x5 16 1
    Kusava (5-5) and Borra.
    Hutch inson (8-3). Stuart and
    Robinson.
    (Second Game)
    New York 510 180 1018 11 1
    Detroit 11(H) 161 6227 9 J
    Morgan (4-1). Reynolds and
    Berra.
    Bearden <2-2), Borowy, White
    and Ginsberg. ague
    National Le
    TEAMS- Won l.osl Pet. GB
    Brooklvn . . 52 86 .684 __
    St. Louis . . 43 37 .538 8
    New York . 45 39 .536 8
    Cincinnati . 40 38 .513 16
    Phlladelph i a 39 42 .481 IV-.
    Boston . . 35 t;( .449 15
    Chicago . . 32 42 .446 15 > Pittsburgh . 32 48 .466 19
    TODAY'S GAMES
    Chicago at Boston
    Cincinnati at Brooklyn
    PitUburgh at New York
    St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
    (First Game)
    Fills. 062 006 262 0017 11 2
    N. Y. .880 501 000 0088 6
    Friend, Walsh. Wilks. Dickson
    (11-9) and Garagiola.
    Maglie. Gettel. Koslo (4-6) and
    Westrum.
    (Second Game)
    Pittsburgh 000 021 0003 16 2
    New York 618 130 30x8 19 1
    Werlt 5-3). Walsh. LaPalnif.
    Wilks. Friend and McCullough.
    Hearn (8-5) and Noble
    (First Game)
    St. Louis 888 100 2887 13
    Phila. 688 300 Ml4 1
    Brecheon (6-1), Crimlan. Brazle
    and Del Rica.
    Johnson (6-1). Son t a n t y.
    Thompson. Hansen, Candlni and
    Wilber.
    (Second Game)
    St. Louis 888 622 8804 16 6
    Phila. 688 681 Mx8 11 6
    Poholsky (4-7), Chambers,
    Brecheen, Crimlan. Braxle and
    Riee.
    Heintzeltnan (4-1), Konstanty
    and Seminick.
    (First Game)
    Chicago 00 688 800A 5 6
    Boston 161 628 12x7 12 6
    Hillrr (5-7). Hattcn and Owen.
    Mpahn (9-8) and St. Claire.
    (Second Gam)
    Chicago 408 616 066 16 11 6
    Boston 688 488 8884 12 2
    Rush. Leonard (7-3) and Owen.
    Nichols (4-4) Estock. Cole.
    Chipman. Paine and Cooper.
    (First Game)
    Cincinnati 188 611 288I t 1
    Brooklyn 688 116 688* 11 I
    Blackwell (0-7) and Howell.
    Roa H2-2). King and Walkor.
    (Second Game)
    Cincinnati 616 688 5888 It 6
    Brooklyn 888 216 6265 11 3
    Ramsdell (7-6). Wehsneier,
    Smith and Frames*. Howell.
    Schmits (1-4), Haugstad. King
    aad Walkor.
    Green, Pico
    In Final Week
    Of Training
    Cuban Flyweight Champ Black
    Pico, ranked ninth in the world
    In this division, and Panama's
    Bkntamwelght Champion Baby
    Green today entered the final
    week of preparation for their
    scheduled ten-round clash at the
    Colon Arena next Sunday.
    This will be the Cuban's sec-
    ond appearance In the colon ring.
    About a month ago Pico lost a
    "hometown" decision to No. 1
    bantamweight challenger Juan
    Diaz II In his only local fight. He
    will be out to score a clear-cut
    victory over Green in order to
    wipe out all doubts about his re-
    puted class.
    There Is an Interesting angle to
    this battle, Diaz twice outboxed
    Green to score handy decisions in
    non-title bouts and the fans will
    more or less draw a margin for
    comparison on the three fighters
    (Diaz II. Pico, Greeni, based on
    Sunday's fight.
    There are many who think wat
    Green, who Is much slower than
    both Diaz II and Pico,. wiH find
    the same difficulty against Pico
    as he had against Diaz.
    However, there are also many
    who think that Green's superior
    punching power will allow him to
    score a knockout triumph. Diaz
    II. known as a powder-puff hit-
    ter, was able to land several solid
    punches to Pico's Jaw when they
    metIf Green connects solidly
    with his right the consensus of
    opinion is that the bout will end
    then and there. The answer will
    be supplied Sunday.
    The six round semi final
    brings together hard-hitting Ste-
    ven Bennett and the once prom-
    ising Sylvester Wallace at a 126-
    pound weight limit.
    Bennett is one of the best pros-
    pects to come Into local boxing in
    recent months. He packs dyna-
    mite in both hands but is still a
    bit green in ringcraft.
    A six-round feature between
    Battling Escudero and Leslie
    Thompson at 118 pounds and a
    four-round preliminary between,
    Melvin Bourne and Pedro S**M
    at 120 pounds round out the well-
    balanced program.
    Juan Franco
    Mutual Dividends
    FIRST RACE
    1Hercules $11. $620. 83.80.
    2Politico $3.80, $2.80.
    3Bfalo $3.40.
    SECOND RACK
    1Mandinga $3.20. $2.20.
    2Proton $2.20.
    3Grito y Plata $2.20.
    First Doubles: (Hrcules-Man-
    dinga) $24.46.
    THIRD RACE
    l_Cosa Linda $9.20, $3.80.
    2Tuira $5. .
    One-Two: (Cosa Linda-Tuira)
    $86.20.
    FOVRTH RACE
    1 -Roadmaster $6.20. $5.40. $3.
    2Cyclone Malone $5.80, $3.6$.
    3Jepperln $4
    Quiniela: (Roadma*;er ( y-
    clone Malone) $15.20.
    FIFTH RACE
    l_Phoebus Apollo $7.40. $3.20.
    2 Pinard $4.
    SIXTH RACE
    1Pepsi Cola $7.60. $4.40. $3.20.
    2The Bath Road $6 20, $4.80.
    3-Honev Moon $4.20
    SEVENTH RACE
    1-Asombro $12, $8.60, $4.60.
    2Uncle James $4.20, $3.20.
    3Cantaclaro $5.40.
    Serond Doubles: (Pepsi Cola-
    Asombro) $48.88.
    EIGHTH RACE
    1-Lacey $9, $4-40, $4 40.
    2 Fangio $3.40, $8.40.
    38cotch Chum $4.40.
    Quiniela: (Lacey Fan g io)
    $19.66.
    NINTH RACE
    1Rlnty $5.20. $3.80. $3.20. "-
    2 Flamenco $4. $2.40.
    Goyito $440.
    One Two: (Rlnty -Flamenco)
    $26.46.
    TENTH RACE
    1-Carbonero $26.20, $13, $2.20.
    2Caaveral $3. $2.20.
    3Singapore $2.20. .
    Citation Becomes
    1st Horse To Earn
    A Million In Purses
    INGLEWOOD. Calif.. July 16
    d'P)Calamet Farm's Cita-
    tion became the first horse in
    history to earn a million dol-
    lars in surtes by scoring a
    three-length victory over his
    stablemale Bewitch in the
    $161.060 added mile and one-
    quarter Hollywood Gold Cup.
    The win gave Citation total
    earnings of $1.685,766. The 826.-
    666 picked up by Bewitch for
    finishing second made her the
    leading money-winning ma7*
    in history as she surpassed fial-
    lorette who held the top spot
    with $441,648.
    Luis Thompson, 131 a4, outbox-
    ed Lionel Peralta, l34Vi, before a
    crowd of almost 2.CO0 persons at
    the Panama Gym last night to
    tarn a unanimous decision.
    Peralta, still favored at ring-
    side despite his three-round kayo
    at the hands of Thompson the
    previous time they met, was al-
    most completely outclassed.
    The speedier Thompson took
    six rounds, Peralta two and two
    were even on this writer's score-
    card. Peralta's best rounds were
    the first and seventh.
    In the first Peralta caught
    Thompson with a solid right
    hand smash to the Jaw midway
    through the round and had him
    In bad shape for a while.
    However, Thompson waa
    completely recovered in the
    second round and went on to
    reel off points while taking sev-
    eral rounds in succession. By
    the fifth round it waa evident
    that Peralta's only chance to
    win would be by a knockout.
    Peralta tried desperately for
    the kayo In the seventh and
    threw caution to the winds as he
    slugged for all he was worth with-
    out being able to put Thompson
    on the canvas even once.
    Most of the remainder of the
    fight was all Thompson. The
    craftier Thompson would go into
    a shell whenever tired and allow
    Peralta to tire himself throwing
    blows, i hen would suddenly
    spring out of his lethargy to
    again demonstrate his superior-
    ity.
    Both fighters were practically
    out of breath in the laat three
    rounds but Thompson seemed the
    fresher of the two at the finish.
    The main semi-final was an
    easy triumph for Carlos Watson,
    133, of Colon, over Beto Scantle-
    bury, 136, of the capital. Watson
    outboxed and outpunched Scan-
    tlebury throughout this contest.
    The other semi-final was won
    on a T.K.O. in the fourth round
    by Vicente Worrell when Dr. Al-
    berto Bissot ordered the bout
    stopped because of a bad cut suf-
    fered by James Milton.
    Worrel had a slight lead at the
    time in this thriller but Milton
    had landed two solid blows to the
    jaw and Worrell was wobbly when
    the bell rang ending the third
    round of this scheduled 126-
    pound battle.
    Victor Ardlnes put over the
    biggest upset of the evening
    when he punched out a clear-cut
    victory over heavily favored and
    hard-hitting Fidel Morris.
    Ardines' southpaw style puz-
    zled the Ban Bias Indian and
    while Morris ws content to try
    for a one-punch knockout his op-'
    Dick Thompson
    Wins Juvenia
    Summit Play
    Climaxing the first Juvenia
    Watch Handicap Golf Tourna-
    ment at Summit' Hills, Dick
    Thompson defeated Gene Hoch-
    stedler 3 and 2 to win the coveted
    first prizea 14-carat gold Juve-
    nia wrist watch. Dick was 2 over
    par at the end of the day, while
    Gene wound up with a 76. The
    match was even-steven for six
    holes, when Gene's putts devel-
    oped a case oftoo much friction
    on the greens. Five times his putts
    were directly on line, only to stop
    on the lip of the cup. Had his
    putts dropped he would have
    wound up with a 71. which would
    have brought him home the win-
    ner. Coming in as runner-up,
    Gene was the recipient of a beau-
    tiful gold-filled Juvenia 17-JeweI
    wrist watch.
    The finals of the Consolation
    Flight were determined as George
    Rlley (73) defeated Al Saarlnen
    (78) 2and 1.
    Al started with his usual steady
    game and at one time was one up
    on George, only to have his game
    suffer a relapse on the 7th, 8th
    and 9th. He couldn't get back af-
    ter that.
    Howard Tettenburn. president
    of the Summit Hills Golf Club,
    introduced Gordon Dalton of
    Mercurio, who presented the win-
    ners and runners-up with their
    Juvenia watchss. Jim Rlley, med-
    alist of the tournament, was also
    presented with a stainless steel
    Juvenia watch.
    During the afternoon, after-
    lunch and before the "Summit
    fog" set in, the golfers and their
    followers adjourned to the putt-
    ing and obstacle course, where a
    game of skill was supervised by
    the team of Rlley 6* Rlley, Inc.
    Pres Trim, Sr.. was winner of
    the men's division with 18 strokes
    over the difficult 9-hole course.
    He has been accused of using a
    magnetic golf ball to tour the
    course, as no standard ball couia
    possibly be that accurate In hu-
    By United Press
    NEW YORK, July 16 The Red Sox ran their Amer-
    ican League lead to two games by splitting with the Browns
    while the second place White Sox dropped two to the
    Athletics 3-1 and 5-0.
    nonent pitad up potntt to score a
    unanimous decision This bout
    was the four-round, 126-pound
    preliminary.
    Young Ned Garver beat the Bo-
    sox in the opener, 3-1. but Bos-
    ton came back to take the night-
    cap, 9-5. Wlllard Nixon was the
    loser of the first game. Ray Scar-
    borough scattered ten hits for the
    Sox' victory.
    The Chicago White Sox drop-
    ped the first game as Bob Hooper
    allowed six hits then hit a three-
    run homer in the ninth inning to
    win his own game in a duel with
    Randy Gumpert.
    The second game was a one-
    hlt Job turned In bv Sam Zoldak
    for the Athletics. Chico Carras-
    quel. who set a new American
    League record of 289 errorless
    consecutlve'fleldlng chances in 51
    games, spoiled Zoldak's bid for a
    no-hitter with a clean single in
    the third Inning.
    The Cleveland Indians split a
    doubleblll at Cleveland to keep
    pace with the league leaders.
    Conrado Marrero downed the
    Tribe, 7-4, for bis ninth win in
    the first game but Mike Gar-
    cia racked up his eleventh win,
    7-2, in the second.
    The third place New York Yan-
    kees also ':ept two and one-half
    games off the pace by splitting
    with the Tigers at Detroit. Fred
    Hutchlnson won the first game,
    5-3, although getting relief help
    from Bob Stuart. The Yankees
    barely survived a three-run
    ninth Inning rally by the Tigers
    to take the second game. 8-7.
    NATIONAL LEAGUE
    The Brooklyn Dodgers' league
    lead was reduced to eight games
    man hands. The women's prize
    was won by Jean Hochstedler and
    Gertrude Smedley, a tie in 29
    strokes.
    as a result of injuries to several
    key players and the future tor-
    tured Manager Charlie Dressen
    as pitchers Ralph Branca and
    Don Newcombe complained of
    sore arms.
    Catcher Roy Campanella was
    sidelined with a spiked hand
    while outfielder Andy Pafko
    rode the bench with a bad leg.
    During the week end the Dodg-
    ers lost doubleheaders ,to the
    Cubs on Saturday and Sunday
    to the Reds, 5-2 and 6-5.
    They couldn't outpltch the
    Reds in the first game because
    lanky Ewe'l Blackwell bested the
    Brooks' star, Preacher Roe.
    Blackwell gave up seven hits and
    struck out nine and also slugged
    his first homer as a pro ball plav-
    er to break a 1-1 tie in the fifth.
    In the seventh Connie Ryan
    smashed his 18th homer of the
    season with a man on base to win
    the game. The one saving straw
    in the Brooklyn defeats Is the
    mediocre comeback of their riv-
    (Continued on Page 6. Col. 1)
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    longest air tours In the history of
    show business a 15,000-mile
    Journey around South America.
    Havana, Is the first stop on the
    ambitious Itinerary of the troupe
    one of the famous Holiday on
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    The) troupe of 4fl performers,
    Includes Ice skating stars from
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    Braniff Movie Maker
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    "A shift in time stops nine,"
    said my friend, Alfred Shelnwold.
    the other day. He had Just de-
    feated a contract of three no-
    trump, and I let him get away
    with his corny pun because his
    defense had been unusually fine.
    Shelnwold held the West cards
    and opened the five of spades.
    Dummy won the first trick with
    the king of spades, and East play-
    ed the deuce. Declarer next led
    the queen of clubs, which held,
    and continued with another club,
    which West took with the ace.
    It was now up to Shelnwold to
    make the shift in time. See If you
    can find the right shift with all
    the cards to help you. Be sure to
    pick the right card as well as the
    right suit.
    The killing shift is the eight of
    hearts. East wins with the ace and
    returns the five of hearts to
    West's king. Now West can lead
    the four of hearts, giving East a
    finesse with the Jack-seven be-
    hind dummy's ten-six.
    It does no good, of course, to
    ! begin hearts by leading the king.
    i That will force East to win the
    second heart trick, and dummy's
    ten will be a safe stopper.
    It does no good, likewise, to
    lead the four of hearts. That will
    find West leading the eight of
    hearts on the third round of the
    suit. Dummy just plays low. and
    there are Just three heart tricks.
    East cannot overtake, and West
    cannot continue the suit.
    Incidentally, while we toss
    compliments to Shelnwold for
    coming up with the sr.lft to the
    eight of hearts, let's make a bow
    to his partner also. East was
    tempted to return a spade when
    he got In with the ace of hearts.
    It was hard to believe that the
    heart* were the best bet when
    West had led the eight.

    Dept. of Defense Announces New
    Personnel Travel Agreements
    Substantial savings in Depart-
    ment of Defense personnel travel
    costs will result from negotiations
    recently completed with members
    of groups representing rail, mo-
    tor, air, and water carriers in the
    Continental United States, the
    Department of Defense said re-
    cently.
    The new passengers agree-
    ments cover all passenger traffic
    of the military services traveling
    on Government Transportation
    Requests over a majority of the
    Nation's rail, bus scheduled and
    non-scheduled airlines, and cer-
    tain water carriers. They are ef-
    fective during Fiscal Year 1952,
    which began July 1. 1951. Based
    on present passenger traffic vol-
    ume, savings of several million
    dollars a year are expected to ac-
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    Army. Navy. Air Force. Marine
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    travel is on a Government Trans-
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    the terms of the agreements.
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    r.uvEF. julio m. ion
    fX PAMAMA AMMHCA DIAKIO INDEPENDIENTE
    PAGINA 9Wtg
    Gran Partido Por El
    Mayor Ofrece Esta
    Comando
    Noche El
    De La Justa
    Basketball
    Webb Hern Derrot a Hele
    y Gan El Torneo De Tennis
    Webb Hearn logr adjudicarse el Campeonato de Tennis por
    la Copa Dunlop, al derrotar en reido desafo al destacado 10-
    i ita Bill Hele, en partido celebrado ayer en la Piscina Olmpi-
    ca.
    Numerosos fanticos presenciaron este choque en el cual am-
    l rs madores hicieron derroche de juradas interesantes y emo-
    < enantes en alto erado. La anotacin final fu a favor de
    Iioarn, por 97 y 75.
    En esta forma Hearn se biso acreedor a nn bello trofeo que
    rr-ibi una ves terminado el desafio.
    W 25 se cierran las inscripciones
    M gran concurso atltko del 29
    ei Estadio Olmpico, n el Le-
    partamento de Educacin Fsi-
    ca y en la Escuela de Artes y
    Oficios, al seor Carlos Romero.
    Los eventos de atletismo que
    se llevarn a cabo son los &i-
    buientes:
    Clase "A"
    100, 200, 400, 800, 1.500 y 5X00
    entrenador de atletismo oi metros. Relevos 4 x 100 y 4 x
    400. Bala, disco y jabalina, bul-
    tos largo, alto y triple. Ga-
    rrocha-
    Clase "B"
    100, 200 y 400. Relevos 4 X 100.
    Damas
    50 y 100 metros. Relevo 4 x
    100.
    Abierto
    Marathn del Puente de Junn
    El da 25 del presente mes ce
    cerraran las inscripciones para
    participar en el gran concurso
    i Htico que se celebrar el do-
    mingo 29 en el Estadio Olmpico
    ^anisado por la Asociacin
    Deportiva del Artes y Oficios.
    Lai Inscripciones podrn ser
    i .(regadas al seor Carlos Bcli-
    urlo,
    La lluvia impidi
    ayer los dos juegos
    do! ftbol mayor
    El M. Vigor sorprendi
    al Operten ganndole
    en la justa femenina
    Los dos Importantes partidos Daz al Estadio.
    del ftbol mayor capitalino se-
    alados para ayer tarde en el
    Estadio Olmpico, se suspendie-
    ron debido a la lluvia que cay
    justamente antes de comenzar
    el nrlmer encuentro.
    Estos dos encuentros a cargo
    de los equipos Ancn e Ibrico
    y Ditrani vs Huracn estaban
    Indicados para decidir el Cam-
    peonato, ya que si el Ditrani
    galla airoso conquistara el Cam
    peonato, mientras que si el An-
    cn ganaba y los italianos em-
    pataban o perdan, entonces
    los anconlstas obtendran una
    vez ms el ttulo.
    Estos dos Juegos se efectua-
    rn ahora el prximo domingo
    en las mismas condiciones.
    COMPRE...
    TROPIDURA
    A PRIIBA DE MOHO
    fortalezca ia Economa Nacional!
    El conjunto colonense de
    basketball femenino sorprendi
    el sbado con su merecida vic-
    toria sobre el Operten por 21 o
    16 en un movido e Interesante
    partido correspondiente al Cam
    peonato d la Liga Provincial
    de Panam.
    Las ganadoras dieron una ex-
    celente demostracin notndose
    muy mejoradas para esta se-
    1 gunda vuelta, que dar lugar a
    una etapa ms reida. Beatriz
    Reyes con 10 puntos y Dotty
    Cellls con 0 fueron las mejores
    por el Malta Vigor, mientras
    que Beleo con 8 puntos se des-
    tac por las perdedoras.
    Las colonenses del Malta Vi-
    gor volvern a presentarse el
    mircoles frente al Daar.
    oOo
    Lord Chester y
    Carta Vieja en
    comentado juego
    Tambin miden fuerzas
    Mauricio y Bam
    ooo
    ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
    Basketball de la. Categora
    , O. P. PJe.
    Circuito Masculino (S. Vuelta)
    C. Vieja ............. 1 l.M
    Lord Chester ......1 MM
    Madurito .......... 1 .tM
    Mauricio .......... 1 .IM
    Dep. Bam........... 1 .M6
    Juegos de Hoy
    Mauricio vi Bam
    7.00 p.m.
    C. Vieja vs Lord Chester
    8.30 p.m.
    Por BETO TEJADA
    La justa Mayor Provincial de
    Basketball, prosigue esta noche
    su segunda vuelta en el Gimna-
    sio Nacional con dos Importan-
    tes desafios:
    Mauricio vs Bam
    Estos dos equipos lucharn
    por lograr su primer xito en
    esta segunda etapa, pronosti-
    cndose un gran choque, ya que
    ambos atraviesan por inmejo-
    rables condiciones y es seguro
    que el perdedor vender cara
    su derrota.
    C. Vieja vs Lord Chester
    En este segundo Juego de la
    noche, los "licoreros" y 'ciga-
    rrilleros" se disputarn el co-
    mando de esta jornada. Los
    muchachos del Lord y los lico-
    reros debern brindar un rei-
    do, pleito, siendo difcil pronos-
    ticar quien ser el ganador.
    Lineas parejas veremos en este
    Juego en donde el que mejor
    aproveche los parpa ieos de su
    contrario ser el ganador.
    Mel, Glttens y Zeballos se-
    rn los Inspectores de puerta,
    Gordon Jr. y E.-Morales anota-
    rn. Crelo y Rivera sern los
    cronometristas, Roy. Naylor y
    Esteban Perdomo, los arbitros
    principales y Felipe Perdomo
    el suplente.
    Phoebus Apollo Gan La Estelar
    De Ayer Guiado Por B. Moreno
    Deporte de
    Los Reyes
    Por Humberto Aliamora
    Por RDEME
    Phoebus Apollo se Impuso
    ayer en la prueba estelar de la
    funcin hpica celebrada en
    Juan Franco sobre una distan-
    cia de 1400 metros y por un
    premio de B. 1.000.00.
    El magnifico potro de A. New
    man, logr el triunfo de punta
    a punta guiado felizmente por
    el Jinete Bolvar Moreno, ti
    potro se mantuvo a la vanguar-
    dia y resisti coa valenta los
    ataques primeros de Rathllngh
    Light y en los finales de Pi-
    nard. Pero su triunfo fu claro
    ya que gan por ms de un
    cuerpo de ventaja sobre Plnard.
    Tercero lleg Rathling Light,
    mientras que Dictador y Welsh
    Loch ocuparon las ltimas co-
    locaciones lo cual levant co-
    mentarlos entre los apostado-
    res.
    En otra de las estelares se
    Impuso Pepsl Cola por tercera
    vez. Pepsi cola vino de atrs
    demostrando grandes condicio-
    nes y su triunfo fu mu,- fcil.
    Segundo lleg The Bath Road
    y tercero Honey Moon.
    Los jinetes A. Mena y K. Flo-
    res se destacaron en la funcin
    dominical al obtener tres triun-
    fos cada uno.
    La lluvia y la oscuridad die-
    ron lugar ayer a que en varias
    carreras los espectadores no se
    dieran exacta cuenta de como
    se desarrollaron los eventos del
    programa en Juan Franco, lle-
    gando al extremo de que se co-
    mentaba que en una de las
    pruebas, uno de los caballos ni
    siquiera parti, pero qued re-
    gistrado como si hubiera corrl-
    '.o. Cosas de nuestro Hipdromo
    y de la aficin ciega de algunos
    hpicos.
    las visitas se fijan en les pisos
    Se ven pebres y sin brille?
    CERA
    No e necesario tenerlos descuidados cuando un simple
    encerado con la Cera en Pasta Johnson's conserva loa
    pisos de linleo, mosaico o madera limpios y relucientes
    durante meses. Este encerado duro y espejeante pro
    tege los pisos de la suciedad, el agua y las rozaduras.
    No mancha ni es aceitosa. La Cera en Pasta Johnson's
    est especialmente fabricada para pases de clima
    tropical. Pdala hoy mismo.
    Ahora pueda limpiar y pulir a la val
    las pisas. La maravillosa Cera Lquida
    Johnson's limpia y pula a la vez. Tieno
    un ingrediente que limpia admirable-
    mente en seco y saca toda la suciedad.
    Deja un brillo que dura, dura y dura.
    Distribuidores:
    CERA JOHNSON'S
    Fabricada en los E.U.A.
    TROPIDURA j!
    PARA
    UNA SONRISA
    HECHICERA
    BOLICHE
    Por CHIRCA
    Maana se cierran las Ins-
    cripciones para el torneo "Jant-
    aen", habindose inscrito el s-
    bado el "Flan Royal" compues
    to por Guillermo McOeachy,
    Fernando Carcheri, Roberto
    Lombana, Jorge Cowe* y Raul
    Piad.
    El Torneo ser registrado por
    el ABC (American Bowling Con
    gress), de tal manera que cual-
    quier record que se establezca
    en este torneo ser reconocido
    mundlalmente. El torneo se de-
    sarrollar de acuerdo con los
    reglamentos del ABC.
    Sern una realidad muy pron-
    to las canchas del Boliche 8. A.
    Ya se tiene casi todo el equipo
    y prximamente se empezar
    la Instalacin de las canchas y
    arreglo total del local. La Di-
    rectiva, con su dinmico Presi-
    dente, Lorenzo Remagosa, est
    laborando Intensamente para
    que pronto estemos Jugando en
    ellas. Se necesita, sin embargo,
    un poquito de cooperacin de
    parte de todos los accionistas.
    El ltigo peruano Rodolfo
    Pastor quien tuvo contratado
    por nuestra gerencia en 1918,
    es actualmente el as de los Ji-
    netes nacionales en ese pas y
    el mejor cotizado.
    Los portorriqueos
    vencieron en volibol
    al equipo La Piscina
    Las estrellas puertorriqueas
    de volibol vencieron a los mu-
    chachos del equipo la Piscina
    UAS ZP2JS at ES J SSB &S&
    Los Medias Rojas Aumentaron
    Ayer Su Ventaja a Dos Juegos
    Servicio de la Prensa Unida
    Los Medias Rojas de Boston
    aumentaron su ventaja en el
    primer lugar de la Liga Ameri-
    cana a dos Juegos al dividir
    honores los Carmelitas de San
    Luis, mientras que los Medias
    Blancas de Chicago perdan
    dos veces contra los Atltlcos
    por 3 a 1 y 5 a 0. Los Carme-
    litas ganaron el primero a los
    Medias Rojas por 'al, pero los
    punteros vencleroi en el se-
    gundo por 9 a 5. Los Yanquis
    de Nueva York y los Tigres
    tambin dividieron. El Detroit
    gan el primero por 5 a 3 y per
    dio el segundo por 8 a 7. Los
    Senadores derrotaron a los In-
    dios en el primer desafo por
    7 a 4, pero el Cleveland se des-
    quito en el segundo y gan por
    7 a 2. .
    Despus de llenar todos los
    requisitos que exige la Comisin
    de Carreras, le fu expedida li- |
    cenca de preparador al Joven
    Horacio Gmez Mercado, quien I
    tendr a su cargo el caballo
    braron ayer en la cancha de la
    Piscina Olmpica.
    Los puertorriqueos que for-
    man un equipo muy fuerte lo-
    graron triunfar en todos los
    sets y demostraron suma habi-
    lidad en este difcil deporte.
    Con este partido continua-
    ron asi las prcticas de los cqul
    pos que participarn en la con-
    tienda de volibol prximo a
    Inaugurarse aqu.
    dos aos Satisface, hija de T-
    mesls en yegua nacional, es
    media sanare.
    CITACIN DEPORTIVA
    Federacin de Basketball
    Informa a todos los miem-
    bros que esta noche tendr una
    reunin a las 9 en el Gimna-
    sio Nacional para dejar arre-
    glados todos los asuntos de :a
    pasada visita de los Globe-
    trotters, solicitando especial-
    mente la asistencia del Delega-
    do Pelln Prez.
    Comit Pro-Checa
    Se pide a los Directores de
    este Comit se sirvan pasar por
    Sastrera Crdenas para a-
    l.i
    cordar un asunto respecto a di-
    cho Homenaje.
    Citation gan el Clsieo "I-a
    Copa de Oro" y pas a ser el
    primer ejemplar en el mundo I
    que gana nn milln de dla-1
    res. Qu felicidad para el afor-
    tunado dueo.
    Nuestro compatriota Roberto
    "Cholo" Tapia, c.ulen est en
    los Estados Unidos, es galopa-
    dor en la cuadr donde est
    montando Chichi Moore, y tie-
    ne un sueldo de B 300 nn al mes.
    El sbado hubo una pequea
    pelea en el Jockey Room de los
    Jinetes entre el aprendiz E.
    Ortega y F. Rose; alguna vieja
    cosquilla?
    As quedaron las carreras en-
    tre los Jinetes este fin de sema-
    na; el aprendiz A. Mena (4)
    para ser el lider ganador, K.
    Flores (4) J. Contreras. G. Sn-
    chez (2), Julio Rodrguez, B.
    Agulrre, C. Rulz, A. Soto, R.
    Gmez, A. Enrique. G. Grae'l.
    B. Moreno, A. Phillips y R.
    Vergara, una cada uno.
    Luis Thompson se
    impuso esta vez por
    decisin a Peralta
    Luis Thompson volvi a ven-
    cer a Leonel Peralta, aunque en
    esta ocasin por decisin, en el
    encuentro pactado a diez asal-
    tos anoche en el Gimnasio Na-
    cional.
    El encuentro result reido y
    ambos pgiles ofrecieron resis-
    tencia y pelearon en todo mo-
    mento por conquistar el triun-
    fo, logrando Thompson Impre-
    sionar mejor a los Jueces para
    obtener la decisin por leve
    margen, aunque un empate hu-
    biera resultado tambin satis-
    factorio.
    Las acciones se 'nclinaron
    primero a favor de Peralta,
    cuando desde el p imer asalto,
    con fuertej golpes dej mal a
    su rival; en el cuarto y quinto
    Thompson emparej la pelea;
    en el sptimo round, volvi Pe-
    ralta a la carga, v dej nueva-
    mente en malas condiciones al
    vencedor, pero ste cape el
    temporal, y luego movindose
    continuamente volvi a empa-
    rdar el encuentro obteniendo
    asi la victoria.
    Numerosa concurrencia pre-
    senci la pelea; amb03 gladia-
    dores finalizaron bastante ex-
    tenuados.
    En el semifinal C. Watson le
    gan la decisin a Scantlebury
    en seis asaltos.
    El Brooklyn perdi ventaja
    en el primer lugar al caer de-
    rrotado dos veces frente a loa
    Rojos d? Cinclnattl por 5 a 2
    y 6 a 5. .
    Mientras tanto los Cardena-
    les dividieron con los Filis, al
    ganar el primer Juego por 7 a
    4 y perJer el segundo por 6 a
    4. En los otros Juegos los Bra-
    vos vencieron a los Cachorros
    por 7 a 0 en el desafio inicial
    y perdieron el segundo por 10 '
    a 4. Los Piratas derrotaron a
    los Gigantes por 7 a 8 en el
    primer Juego, pero les Neoyor-
    quinos se desquitaron en el se-
    gundo al Imponerse por 8 a 3.
    El Ambato desplaza
    al Alemn del 2o.
    lugar en el ftbol
    El Ambato pas al segunde
    lugar, el /.nen Jr. empat el
    tercer puesto y el Hspano Jr.
    mejor puntuacin con sus res*
    i pectivas victorias de este fin de
    semana en el Campeonato de
    Ftbol de Segunda Categora de
    ; la Liga Provincial de Panarda-
    En el encuentro del sbado
    I el Ambato le ano al Alemn
    i por dos tantos a cero, con- lo
    [ cual los ecuatorianos despla-
    zaron a sus rivales del segundo
    puesto para quedar a un solo
    . punto del Santander que mar-
    cha Invicto en el comando.
    Los anconlstas menores ofre-
    cieron un Juego satisfactorio
    se impusieron a los americanos
    por 2 a 1, para nivelar acciones
    con el Alemn en la tercera
    colocacin.
    En el otro partido el Hspano
    Jr. gan por forfeit su Juego
    anunciado con el Pacfico de
    2a.; esta actitud de los pacifis-
    tas menores ha causado sorpre-
    1 sa, ms cuando es la segunda
    vez que fallan en este sentido,
    lo que obligar a la Liga a to-
    mar medidas severas que puede
    llegar hasta suspenderlo por el
    resto de la Temporada.
    ECONMICOS
    Yudos Jt Excursin
    AtosANsaes
    SOLO B/ 3 5 7,
    VIAJE REDONDO,
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    dor to Panama, hu returned to
    Panama after spending a few
    weeks In San Jos, Costa Rica.
    Enrel-Zapp Wedding
    Sunday Afternoon
    Mrs. Natalie Goldstein Zapp
    and Mr. Manfredo Engel were
    married Sunday afternoon at
    three o'clock at the Esthel Witkin
    Chapel In Balboa by Rabbi Nath.
    an Witkin. Mrs. Nathan Sharp
    acted u witness for the bride and
    Abraham D. Melhado was the
    bridegroom's witness.
    Following the ceremony the
    wedding guests were entertained
    at a reception held at the home
    of Rabbi and Mrs. Witkin In Bal-
    boa.
    Dr. and Mrs. Engel have left on
    a wedding trip to Costa Rica.
    They will be at home after August
    1 at No. 37, 44th Street, Panam
    City.
    Visitors at I
    Barro' Colorado Island
    Dr. Lorus Milne and his wife,
    Dr. Margery Milne, both profes-
    sors In the Zoology Department,
    University of New Hampshire at
    Durham, are at Barro Colorado
    Island to study the vision of trop-
    ical animals. Their study here is
    a part of a research program
    sponsored by the American Aca-
    demy of Arts and Sciences of
    Boston and the American Philo-
    sophical Society of Philadelphia.
    They are preparing a book on vi-
    sion for the Cranbrook Institute
    of Science, Bloomfleld Hills.
    Michigan, and will report their
    observations made in Panam In
    a number of scientific and pop-
    ular Journals.
    Last week Delmas Swafford of
    Ancon and Antonio Mattos of
    Panam spent a day at Barro
    Colorado with the Doctors Milne.
    MR. AND MRS. JAMES G. RIDGE are shown above following
    their wedding last evening: in Balboa.
    Redeemer Lutheran church in balboa
    scene sunday of ridge-meitzen wedding
    In the presence of a large company of relatives and
    friends, Miss Beverly Mae Meitien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    William Meitzen of Curundu, became the bride last evening
    of James Ridge,.son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ridge of Los
    Angeles, California, former residents of Balboa. The cere-
    mony was performed at seven thirty o'clock at the Redeemer
    Lutheran Church in Balboa by Reverend Herbert T. Bern-
    thai.
    The traditional wedding
    marches were played by Mrs. Ab-
    ble Linares, organist Before the
    service Samuel Klvle sang "O
    Promise Me," and "Because.'
    The candle-lit church was dec-
    orated with white gladioli,and
    palms, and the pews were marked
    with nosegays of Lady-of-the-
    Night orchids.
    The bride was escorted and giv-
    en in marriage by her father. Her
    bridal gown of white lace over
    taffeta was made with a fitted
    bodice, long sleeves, and a very
    full skirt with a round train.
    The bottom of the skirt was fin-
    ished with a ruffle of illusion. Her
    three-quarter-length veil of il-
    lusion was held in place with a
    coronet of seed pearls and she
    carried a bouquet of bride's roses
    and white orchids.
    Mrs. Robert Frlck was matron
    of honor and Miss Margaret How-
    ell was bridesmaid. Mrs. Frick
    was gowned in rose colored satin
    and net, and carried white car-
    nations. Miss Howell's gown, also
    of satin and net, was pale yellow,
    and her flowers were whlV: car-
    nations. Nancy Bongiorni, the
    flower girl, wore blue and white
    organdy and carried pink roses.
    Robert Kivle was the page.
    Robert S. Lawler was best man
    for Mr. Ridge, and the ushers
    were Robert Frlck and Robert Eg-
    llngton.
    Immediately following the cer-
    emony Mr. and Mrs. Meitzen en-
    tertained the wedding guests at
    a reception In the Lutheran Serv-
    ice Center. White flowers in pro-
    fusion decorated the reception
    room and the bride's table had
    for its oenterpiece a beautiful
    wedding cake banked with Lady-
    of-the-Nlght orchids
    Mrs. Meitzen chose a gown of
    aquamarine blue French crepe
    and a corsage of white orchids.
    In the absence of the groom's
    mother, his aunt, Mrs, Paul Sul-
    livan, received with Mrs. Meit-
    zen. Her gown was of black and
    gold lame. Mrs. SulHvan also
    served the wedding cake, and
    Miss Paula Sullivan had charge of
    the bride's book. Mrs. Henry
    Fischer assisted at the reception.
    Mn. Klvle poured coffee, and
    Mrs. Charles Drew presided at
    the punch bowl.
    The bride is a graduate of Cris-
    tobal High School and attended
    Bradley University in Peoria, Il-
    linois. Mr. Ridge also attended
    Bradley University, from which
    he was graduated with honors. He
    affiliated there with Rho Delta
    fraternity and was elected to Ze-
    ta PI, an honorary business frat-
    ernity. During World War II he
    served for a year with the U.S. Air
    Force. Mr. Ridge is now District
    Manager for the Gibraltar Life
    Insurance Company of America,
    with an agency office In Dia-
    blo.
    The couple went to Cuba on
    their wedding trip. For travelling
    Mrs. Ridge wore a powder blue
    gabardine suit with a corsage of
    white orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Ridge
    will be at home after July 25 In
    Panam City.
    Dinner Party
    At Hotel El Panam
    The Minister of Agriculture
    and Commerce, David Samudlo,
    entertained at dinner Saturday
    evening at Hotel El Panam.
    Ambassador's Wife
    Returns From Costa Rica
    Mrs. Alfonso Guzman Len.
    For her daughter's wedding wife of the Costa Rlcan Ambassa-
    Vitit our
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    CIhV
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    Central Ave. at 21st E. St. Phones 2-1830 2-1833
    Dr. and Mrs. Shrager
    Honored at Supper Party
    Dr. and Mrs. Joel Shrager of
    Herrick Heights, who returned
    recently from a vacation trip to
    the United States, were the
    guests of honor at a buffet supper
    given Saturday evening by Dr.
    and Mrs. Norman W. Elton and
    Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Leland. The
    party was held at the Eltons" resi-
    dence on Herrlck Heights.
    Writers Group
    Meeting Tomorrow
    The Writers Group of the Can-
    al Zone Branch, National League
    of American Pen Women, will
    hold Its bi-monthly dinner and
    round table discussion tomorrow
    at 0:30 p.m. In the Fern Room of
    the Hotel TlvolL Members are
    asked to bring their recent man-
    uscripts.
    The hostesses will be Mrs. Wil-
    liam M. Taylor and Mrs: Lewis B.
    Moore. Those wishing to attend
    the dinner are asked to telephone
    to one of them,- at Balboa 1317 or
    Balboa 2430.
    At El Valle
    Reverend and Mrs. Louis Fiske
    of Bella Vista and their son-in-
    law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
    Paul Reagan of Los Angeles, Cali-
    fornia, left vesterday on a short
    visit to El Valle.
    Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff
    Entertain informally
    Mr. and Mm. Timothy Wood-
    ruff entertained a* few of their
    friends at a buffet supper Sat-
    urday evening at their home on
    Golf Heights.
    Mr. Howard Leaves
    For Vermont
    Haran V. Howard of Balboa
    left recently by airplane for
    Woodstock, Vermont, where he
    was called because of the death
    of his mother.
    Birth Announcement
    Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Jack-
    son of Indianapolis, Indiana, an-
    nounce the birth of a daughter,
    Carol Lynne, on July 11.
    Mrs. Jackson is the former Bar-
    bara Hatchett, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs. Fred Hatchett of Coco-
    li. Mr. Jackson's mother, Mrs. An-
    ne, Jackson, reside* In Balboa.
    Auxiliary Meeting
    Tuesday at Gamboa
    Miss Dolores Lowry will be the
    soloist and Mrs. George T. Dar-
    nall, Jr., the speaker at the meet-
    ing tomorrow morning at 0:30 of
    the Women's Auxiliary of the
    Gamboa Union Church. The
    meeting will be held In the Civic
    Center and all members and
    their guests are invited.
    Dancing School
    Opens August 1
    Dolores Waltes will re-open her
    school of dancing In the Balboa
    Lodge Hall August 1. Registra-
    tions will be received July IS and
    19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    Duplicate Bridge Games
    This Evening
    All bridge players are Invited
    Diplomatic Feuding
    Resumes Between
    US And Hungary
    WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP)
    The United States yesterday
    ordered Hungary to withdraw
    two of Its diplomats from Wash-
    ington In an "eye-for-an-eye"
    return for Hungary's expulsion
    of two American envoys from
    Budapest two weeks ago.
    State Department spokesman
    Michael J. McDermott said the
    U. 8. Legation In Budapest was
    told to Inform Hungary's Com-
    munist government that two
    members of the Hungarian staff
    here are "persona non grata"
    unwelcome In the United States.
    Hungary was asked to with-
    draw Peter Varkonyl, an atta-
    che at the Hungarian legation,
    "immediately," and charge d' af-
    faires Lajos Nagy "as soon as
    ioslble" after the new Hungar-
    an minister Emil Well presents
    his credentials.
    No reason was given for the
    withdrawal demand, but U. S.
    officials admitted It was in open
    retaliation for Hungary's ac-
    tion against U' S. diplomats in
    Budapest.
    The U. 8. move followed si-
    milar steps taken against Hun-
    gary and other Iron Curtain
    countries In the past for actions
    against U. S. representatives ot^
    citizens in those countries.
    The latest Hungarian "Cul
    tural crackdown" was seen re-
    lated to Czechoslovakia's trial of
    Associated Press correspondent
    William N. Oatls as part of a
    Soviet move to "quarantine"
    Eastern Europe from Western
    "contamination."
    . The tlt-for-tat ouster of en-
    voys marked a new low In U. S.-
    Hungarian relations, which ap-
    peared to have improved with
    the recent release of Robert A.
    Vogeler, International Telephone
    it Telegraph Co. vice-president
    imprisoned b ythe Hungarians
    on spy charges.
    to take part in the weekly dupli-
    cate contract bridge tournament
    to be played tonight at 6:45 at
    the Diablo Heights Clubhouse.
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    "V No. 89 altos, Apto. 7.
    SE VENDE:Juego de comedor da.
    caoba, sillas extras, mquina paro |
    hacer bloques de concreto, mes,
    poro platos y otros articulqs.de ca-
    sa. Avenida 4 de Julio No. 49.
    SE NECESITA
    General
    SE NECESITA: AGENTE VENDE-
    DOR poro el Club de lo Joyera
    Hawaii Ava. Contral 56.
    Acabamos de Recibir
    CANAS DE PESCAR
    DE VIDRIO
    que ser el ltimo embarque
    segn las condiciones
    actuales.
    Tambin tenemos nn surtido
    ralladsimo de
    CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
    GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
    Ave. Central 278
    Tel. 3-0140.
    CORREAS
    de TRANSMISIN
    (En todos lot tamaos)
    PUERTAS
    AMERICANAS
    3x7 16.75 10%
    2.5 x 7 15.50
    2x7 14.75
    Ricardo A. Mir,
    S.A
    Calle 16 Este No. 4
    Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
    T
    SE NECESITA
    Domstico.
    SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero con
    referencias. Buen sueldo, calla 41
    No.; 19-. '
    SE.N$C{SJTA:Empleada para ser-
    vicio de casa, lavar, planchar. Deba
    dormir en el empleo. Alejandro
    Toussieh, colla 44 No. 37 Apt. E.
    SE NECESITA:Cocinera qua sa-
    pa cocinor. Avenida Manuel Ma.
    de Icoza No. 7, aportamento No.
    4 (Camp Alegre).
    SE NECESITA:Buena cocinero con
    experiencio. Avenida Per No. 7.
    NECESITO: Muchocho oven pora
    oficios domsticos. Informes Dulce-
    ra Astoria, colic P No. 3, al lado i
    Teotro Apolo.
    SE NECESITA:Empleoda poro todo,
    dormir fuera, matrimonio solo, O-
    currir maano 8 o 10 o. m., tar-
    das 7 o 8. Segunda Perejil 13,
    Apto. 10.
    COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
    DE ALMACN
    NUESTROS ESPEJOS
    Duran Mas Lucen Mejor
    FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
    EL DIABLO
    Calle l T.ttt No. Tel. 2-2SO

    PAPEL en rollo
    de 18 y 24 pulgadas
    . MANILA
    . VASOS
    "H" da 6, 7, 8 y
    10 onzas
    BATERAS
    para Flashlights
    Almacenes Romero
    Ave. Norte No. 48
    SE NECESITA: Empleado, bueno
    presencia. Intil si no tiene expe-
    riencio. Buen sueldo. Colle 52 ca- j
    so 8 Apto. 4. |
    SE NECESITA:Empleada responso-I
    b'e, sana y limpia pora otender
    boby y menesteres familia peque-
    o. Calle 9o. No. 2.
    SE NECESITA: Empleada compe-
    tente pora cocina y oficios domes- |
    ticos con recomendacin. Calle 52
    finol con Ricardo Arias No. 22,
    Compo Alegre.
    SE VENDE
    Miscelneas
    I VENCEN:Cloras. Hitarla safra.
    cora ocario la do. Fix-Tax (arlen
    aislador para Waa rasas aae-
    ras, lavamanos, aicmooi, etc.
    lo* or.cies mis bajo aa alosa.
    AGENCIAS GLSALES. Vi. lapa-
    no. lita ando Juan ronco. Tai.
    i-no._______________
    SE VENDE:Rafrigarodora de cinco
    pes cbicos an axcalantes condi- '
    ciones. recin pintada, B.60.00.
    Heladera Orientol, frente al Pa-
    locio Nacional. Colla 3o. y Ava.
    SE VENDE: Barro lobo de cinco,
    meses. Valo on Avenida B No. 25, i
    Apto. 3.
    Lmparas
    ALADINO
    de KEROSENE con MECHA
    Con M vcUs de fuerza de luz blanca
    moderna. Permanece encendida 50
    horas por 1 galn de kerosene. Toma
    4% de AIRE y solamente 1% da
    KKROSF.NK. Completamente secura
    no explota ni necesita generador ni
    bomba. No produce humo ni maloa
    olores. Ka tan sencilla que un nlAo
    puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
    nam a Precio tan Bajo
    por slo... B7.9.95
    Tonamoa todos loa Repunto!
    De Venta en toda !a< FF.RRETERIAS
    7 MUEBLERAS.
    Distribuidores:
    W0NQ CHANG, S. A.
    Colon Calle t y Ave. Balboa
    Tel 303.
    Panami, Ave. Central S3
    Tel. 2-20H7
    SE VENDE: Tierra pora rellanos.
    Servicio de pola de 8 a. m. en ode-
    lante. Carretera Tronsistmico. Es-
    quina Blockmigon. Tel. 3-0035.
    SE VENDE:Equipo da sonido con!
    cuatro altoparlantes, planta elc- ]
    trica de gasolina morco ONAN, 1 IQ j
    voltios, un proyector de cine RCA
    da 16 mm, porlonte. Todo en j
    magnficos condiciones. Sterling ,
    Products International. S. A. Colla I
    29 Este No. 4, telfono 3-1697. j
    IA COMPAA dil canal di
    PANAMA OFRECE EN VINTA UN ,
    EDIFICIO
    Sa venda al major postor al aditicio .
    No. 330, Gatn. al Clubhouse da
    Chagras. Sa racibirn propuestas en i
    pliegos cerrados, an al daspocho dal '
    Supenntandanto da Almacenas, Bal-
    boa, hosto las 10 y 30 de la moa-
    no del 27'de Julio de 1951, cuan-
    do se han da abrir er publico. Se pue-
    den conseguir los formularios pora
    los prepuestas, cor los pormenores
    complatos, en los oficinas del Super-
    intendente de Almacenes. Balboa y
    en los de los Administradores de Co-
    sos (Housing Managers) en Crist-
    bal y an Gotn.
    PERSIANAS cfo*
    A
    PORRAS
    a TELONES DE ALUMINIO
    va TELONES PLSTICOS
    "Solarpruf" para vitrina
    Teli. 2-3097 Panam
    Persianas Venecianas LUX
    a B/.9.50
    Entrega
    inmediata
    Reparaciones
    generales
    Industrias
    Panamericanas
    Calle 28 13 #22
    Tel S-171S
    Ofrecemos va-
    rios aspectos de
    la Misa Campal
    que tuvo lunar
    ayer en el Ba-
    rrio del Maes-
    tre cono c I d o
    como Urbani-
    zacin Miraflo-
    res. a la cnal
    asisti nume-
    roso pbl i c o.
    Estos actos se
    efectuaron en
    la celebracin
    del tercer ani-
    versario de la
    barriada.
    COMPRE...
    tropidura;;
    A rRUEBA DE MOHO
    Fortalesea la Economa Nacional!
    SE VENDEN
    VIDRIOS
    DE H DE GRUESO DE LAS
    SIGUIENTES MEDIDAS:
    36 x 36"
    36 x 66"
    48 x 60"
    4 x It"
    MUEBLERA
    LA COMPETIDORA
    Calle 16 Oeste 47.
    Telfono 2-3181.
    SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
    DISTRIBUIDOR
    nico en Panam para la dis-
    tribucin de una gran varie-
    dad de receptores de radio y
    televisin de manufactura
    britnica "Etronlc." Para ob-
    tener detalles completos escri-
    ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
    ports, Ltd., 6 Laurence Pount-
    ney Hill, Londres E. C. 4, In-
    glaterra.
    SE VENDE
    Plywood de de grueso
    Madera fina.
    MEDIDAS
    36 x 72".....a B/.4.00
    48 x 72" ..... 5.00
    MUEBLERA
    LA COMPETIDORA
    Calle 16 Oeste 47.
    Telefono: 2-3181.
    Tenemos en existencia:
    HIERRO DE
    REFUERZO
    CLAVOS
    de toda clase
    ZINC
    ACANALADO
    2- x 6 y 2* % 8'
    Calibre 26
    Agencias Globales
    Via Espaa No. 121
    Tel. 3-1503
    Francia celebr
    do gradualmente".
    El aspecto poltico de las efe-
    mrides que son smbolo de la
    repblica Francesa sorprendi
    a las fuerzas oficiales haciendo
    una nueva tentativa de formar
    Gobierno para poner fin a la
    situacin casi catica causada
    por divergencias entre los par-
    tidos sobre la composicin de
    un futuro Gabinete de coali-
    cin.
    La tarea est a cargo del Mi-
    nistro de Hacienda Maurice
    Petsche, pero las dificultades
    con que tropieza son tales que
    muchos polticos piensan ya en
    recurrir al radical socialista
    Rene Mayer para que procure
    organizar el Gabinete. Otros
    estn dispuestos a apoyar a
    Rene Pleven si Mayer fracasa.
    El acto ms importante de a
    celebracin fu el tradicional
    desfile por la amplia Avenida
    de los Campos Elseos a lo lar-
    go de la cual se hablan congre-
    gado una multitud de mas de
    medio milln de personas.
    Se cancela un
    casa No. 199 de la Avenida Cen-
    tral, que usted le concede un
    plazo Improrrogable de 7 dias
    a partir de la fecha para que
    demuela la parte del edificio
    que se encuentra dentro de la
    linea de construccin. Hacin-
    dole saber que, si en el men-
    cionado plazo no ha cumplido
    su orden, se le Impondr la
    sancin correspondiente y el
    Municipio contratar los servi-
    cios de una compaa construc-
    tora para que efecte la demo-
    licin, corriendo los gastos por
    cuenta del mencionado seor
    Arar!.
    Baso esta solicitud al tenor
    del articulo No. 1322 del Cdi-
    go Administrativo que dice:
    Artculo 1322Cuando en la
    acera de alguna plaza, calle u
    Para el Dolor it \
    Ulceras
    Estomacales
    Aquellos qua "tienen la desgracia
    da sufrir 4a dlceraa estomacelea,
    cotila. Indigestion y otras Incon-
    r.nlenclaa dal aparato dljestlve
    lebleran hacor la elgulente prue-
    PJL__tomara, una cucharada da
    NETRACID an medio ru da
    Ta callenta despus da cada
    .!: 'nf'riendoaa lentamente.
    NETRACID ha aldo hecho para
    aate uao fnicamente: contrarres-
    tar y neutrallsar al exceso de ci-
    do en al estomago.
    Nunca, habr uatad experimen-
    tado tal allrlo. Compre una cala
    hoy mismo. Pida NETRACID os)
    eualquier farmacia.
    otra va concurrida haya algnl
    edliiclo vencido que amenace]
    ruina, har el Jele de la Po4
    llcia que se practique su re-
    conocimiento, y, si de l resul-
    tare ser real el peligro, preven-
    dr al dueo o poseedor del
    edificio para que lo descargue!
    derribe, fijndole para ello uta]
    trmino preciso.
    Si el dueo o poseedor deli
    edificio vencido no lo deseis
    gare o derribare dentro del tj-l
    mino fijado, lo har desea
    o derribar el Jefe de Pe ,
    a costa del Interesado, imjoj
    nlndosele a ste una mulUa3avj
    cinco a veinticinco balboa*".
    Quiero dejar constancia cUto
    de no cumplirse esta orden!
    salvo toda responsabilidad perj
    las ingerencias que he tenk
    como Ingeniero Municipal
    este enojoso asunto.
    Dndole la* relas por an-
    ticipado por la acogida que re-I
    ciba la presente sollertud, mof
    suscribo su afectsimo amigo,
    Francisco A. Lpez F.,
    Ingeniero Municipal,
    ce.Gobernador de la Provincial
    presidente del Consejo McpalJ
    Oficinas de Seguridad y Sanidad!
    rZi\
    Gran Bretaa
    durante los ltimos dias.
    Fuentes britnicas dijeron Qaafl
    la oposicin a la inclusin ciar
    Franco en los planes de de :'&..-1
    sa del occidente es muy grai.Ual
    en varios pases de Europa!
    Francia tambin se opone aJ
    Franco. Estas fuentes hlclc.oul
    ver claramente que la oposicin!
    a Franco en Europa tambin e*T
    xiste en los pases en donde no]
    hay partidos comunistas de fuel
    za tales como Oran BreUr.o*!
    Los puntos de vista diamcUuIT
    mente opuestos de Estadg|3H
    nidos y Gran Bretaa en *H*-j
    so dp Espaa son otro puHJj3Jl
    tirantez en las relaciones" ano n-f
    americanas en una poca ~"3J I
    que sas relaciones estn soh.l-J
    tidas a una intensa tensin en]
    Irn, Corea y otras partes uelj
    mundo.
    SE NECESITAN:
    Dos jvenes y dos seoritas
    de buena presencia con expe-
    riencia en ventas. Sueldo b-
    sico, comisiones. Ave. Central
    39. Oficina 404 de 8 a 9 a.m.
    solamente.
    Por aos y ao la
    PINTURA SHERWIN
    WILLIAMS
    ha sido conocida por su
    alta calidad y su mdico
    precio.
    Gran variedad de colores.
    Servido esmerado.
    mr-
    IA.
    Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0810
    Calel Martin Sosa No. I
    Tel. 3-1424.
    MAQUINARIA DF TODA CIASE PARA
    HVlPRENT1
    MCONSTaUDA
    MECrOS SIN COMPFTTNCU
    Varia*
    PAPELES
    HUDSON MACHINERY COMPANY
    SOCHURCM SI .NtA <0RX USA E
    Elimine la
    Picazn del
    ECZEMA)
    81 la, plcaxon y ardor dal eczema.
    erupcin o sarpullido, lo hacoairao.
    carao continuamente y aufrlr aao.
    men toa de ang-ustla lnt*rmla*>Mea.
    entonces ea tiempo quo recueaaw al
    calmante y elcatrlaante UiiaiWuia
    Koreno para obtener pronto !
    I-oa lnredlemea del UnfOB
    aHu",* -fCt0a? rpidamente pfrl
    aliviar el male.t.r y la plcsonl
    elcatrlaar laa partea afecUdaT 1*
    devolv.r U piel ,u e.t.J o7maII
    Haa un ensayo. puea su reeultadoai
    upera en mucho oa coate Z*
    reata aa farmacia*. ^^


    r<;iN ri'vrno
    i ____
    IX. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
    LUNES, JULIO 16, 1051
    - CRUCIGRAMA -
    1 12 3 4 5 6 B7 3 9 10 L n 12
    13
    r * II FH H J I |ie 23 ) 303] :_ : 38 40 45 46 51 |S2 56 3s8 1
    U \z S3 37 ^\ I" 49 I HSO 47
    Cuentas por 61 mil balboas
    adeudan al Hospital Jos D.
    de Obalda los particulares
    Inspecciname
    lotes en Chepo
    Preprase Chepo
    para las fiestas
    de su patrono
    CHEPO Julio 16, (Correspon-
    sal) Con motivo de aproxi-
    marse el da de las fiestas pa-
    Repblica don Alclbiades Arce-
    mena, como tambin a todos las
    funcionarlos que han intervc.l-
    CXi para que se haga realidad la
    mxima aspiracin de nuestro
    pueblo, representada en que su
    arretefa preste servicios lado
    i ano.
    tronales en honor a San Cri*
    tobal, el pueblo se agita lluu
    de la mayor alegra y onto
    siasmo.
    La Comisin de festejas si
    prepara Inquieta y jubilosa, cs>
    ei fin de darle a estas feslivl]
    dudes odo el esplendor pobibl
    para 16" cual mayordomos y p
    buco en general contribuyen coi
    afn y buena voluntad al xl.
    6c las mismas.
    Segn hemos sabido vaii?
    personas de diferentes partea*
    ;.: Repblica han anunciado .
    visita para rendir "nomenafe*"!
    dar cumplimiento a las pro*
    6as ofrecidas a San CristufcS
    milagroso.
    HORIZONTALES:
    1Ciego de un ojo.
    7Isla coralina.
    13Del verbo arriar.
    14Portavoz,
    loHermana, religiosa
    16 Una docena.
    18Ala sin piumas.
    18Arrase-, devaste.
    21Altar.
    23Plantigrade
    24i"Jtuilca, Abv.
    25rtic de Egipio.
    27Ln la boca, Inv.
    29Relativo a los Loros.
    33Tragedia de Shakespeare.
    34Adverbio de cantidad.
    35Uno mismo, PI.
    36Hacer biseles
    36Estrujara.
    89Famoso novelista francs.
    40Uno de los hijos de No.
    41rispacio de tiempo.
    44Deseos de beber.
    45Especie de oruga.
    48Altares.
    50Contrario de bucr. v
    62Articulo, Pl
    Quemaduras
    De Sol
    Molona alivio pronto I dolor,
    rtfrMta Y coImBla meqvedad,
    induciendo la lubrication natural "'_
    y ayudando a c: volver ai cut ui torta uovidad.
    MEXSA/A
    EMOLIENTt BALSMICA
    EMBELLECEDORA
    Ivwto para olla, para l y ppro !
    3Hacecillo de objetos que se
    cogen de una sola vez con
    la mano.
    55Nombre de mujer.
    57Que tienen alas.
    58Tontos, argentinismo.
    VERTICALES:
    1.Accin y efecto de tasar.
    2Bisontes de Europa.
    3Equivocadas.
    4Rhode Island. Abv. ?"
    5r-Rito catlico.
    6Planligrado.
    7Roturas menores.
    8Teatro Obrero, Inlc.
    9- Ave domstica.
    10Alelado.
    11Palo de la baraja espaola.
    12Noveno.
    17Iiuecto coleptero.
    20Corona, recompensa.
    22Agrupacin Liberal
    Universitaria. Inic.
    26Pabellones de los odos.
    27--Alberca, Abv.
    28Corona hawaiiana de flores.
    30Plantas mexicanas.
    31Norte.
    32Constelacin.
    34Del verbo matar.
    37Articulo, Pl.
    38Desgraciado, de mal agero
    41Madre.
    42Novillo menor de dos aos
    43-Salndable.
    46Articulacin del cuerpo
    humano.
    47Agarraderas.
    49Nmero, Inv.
    51ola musical, Pl.
    54Onomatopeya de la risa.
    56Articulo indeterminado.
    Datos reveladores arrojan
    las inspecciones hechas en
    los libros de ese Hospital
    La Institucin tiene coiv.promisos pendientes por
    B /15 rail, pero se estima que ser imposible
    que cumpla sus obligaciones
    DAVID. Julio 16 (Correspon-
    sal i En proceso de rehabili-
    tacin se encuentra el Hc3p;t~.l
    tizar esta deuda pero ante la
    posibilidad de quo solo se .c-
    cupere el 20 por ciento de las
    Jos Domingo de Obaldia con- cuentas por cobrar, da Idea de
    sidera el diarlo "La Razn" de '
    David en entrevista que sostu-
    'O con los directores de este es-
    tablecimiento y con el auditor
    de la contraloria don Didimo
    Grimldo que lleva a cabo u;.a
    revisin de las cuentas de tie
    hospital.
    La importante entrevista ve-
    coge datos relevalors de pon-
    derosa tarea que tendrn t~e
    realizar ios actuales encalca-
    dos de esa casa de salud.
    El problema fundamental dal
    hospital, declar el auditor Gri-
    mldo, consiste en "Las cuentas
    a cobrar" que ascienden a ia a-
    pieciable suma de B. 61.149.'!4
    y las "cuentas a pagar" que al-
    canzan a B. 45.182.
    La actual administracin ira-
    baja afanosamente por amor-
    (I
    PELIGRO"
    Un romance inspirado en la venganza de un pistolero.
    SE ESTRENARA EL JUEVES EN EL CENTRAL!
    nido.
    I locador y I botiqun
    JUEVES
    - ESTRENO. SIMULTANEO
    EN LOS TEATROS
    PRESIDENTE
    VARIEDADES
    - y -
    2UUY MORENO
    ARTURO DE CORDOVA
    , CARLOS LOPEZ. MOCTEZUMA
    ia inmensa labor por deju-
    r; ollar.
    S considera que estando rl
    Hospital en Proceso de rehabi-
    litacin.bajo la actual direccin,
    it podra adscribirle los servi-
    cio, del Seguro Social, de n.n-
    nera que logre solventar'asi la
    actual situacin econmica poi-
    que atraviesa.
    El costo actual por paciente
    alcanza B. 2.84 (dos balboas o-
    ci;entlcuatro) menor que el cos-
    to anterior. Los ingresos de r-
    nero a-moyo del presente ao
    ascendieron a B. 87.241.60 micv.
    tas que los gastos alcanzaron a
    B. 85.185.26. Fu durante el mes
    di' mayo ltimo que la admi-
    nistracin del hospital logr ba-
    lancear el presupuesto logrando
    un supervit de B. 318.15.
    Es indudable que el Ministe-
    rio de Previsin Eocial tomar
    cartas en ete asunto, ya que su
    inteligente Intervencin log.a-
    na coadyuvar a que se normali-
    ce el actual estado de cojas,
    hacia el logro definitivo y per-
    manente de la tan deseada re-
    habilitacin del hospital Jos
    Domingo de Obaldia.
    RED PANAMERICANA
    tiene los
    mejores programas-
    Prdidas por 10
    mil bis. origina
    incendio en Bocas
    BOCAS DEL TORO, Julio 16
    i Corresponsal i Por RaiO
    J. Sbado pasado como a las
    once de la maana un pavoroso
    incendio que estall y destruy
    totalmente la casa habitacin dr 1
    capitn Stephen Bruce Surgen,
    condueo de la motonave "I-
    dcal", quien lleg procedente de
    Coln unas horas antes.
    El fuego fu combatido por el
    Cuerpo de Bomberos de eata
    ciudad quian, a pesar de los es-
    CHEPO, julio 16. (Correspon-
    sal!. Una nueva comisin
    integrada por los seores Ju-
    lio Rodriguez, y Rafael E. Ba-
    rrera, se.encuentra en'sta des-
    de hace varios das, Inspeccio-
    nando los lotes de las parcelas
    de tierra del patrimonio fami-
    liar. Por lo que se .ve lleva tra-
    zas de terminar 'pronto, pues
    ya en esto se han gastado in-
    gentes sumas de. dinero. Hasta
    el presente son muy pocos los
    que saben a ciencia cierta cul
    es el lote que les pertenece. A
    nadie se le ha hecho entrega de
    sus respectivos lotes. La refe-
    rida comisin, despus de hacer
    estudios, rendir Informe deta-
    llado al rgano respectivo para
    que sta proceda despus de
    llenar otros detalles de impor-
    tancia, al reparto de los men-
    cionados lotes.
    LA GRANDE DEL AO!
    Arreglado camino
    de Guabala a Tole .
    TOLE, Julio 15 (Correspond
    El camino Guabal-Tol, que
    na sido por muchos aos acce-
    sible solo en la poca veraniega
    e,t bastante arreglado ya que
    se ha regado piedra a lo largo
    de esta via. Hacemos llegar
    nuestro agradecimiento al Exce-
    lentsimo seor Presidente de ia
    JUEVES
    TEATRO LUX
    Aire-Acondicionado
    Y EN EL TEATRO
    CECILIA
    Filmada en la propia India
    y en Tecnicolor!
    PRECINTE
    La brillante caracterizacin de Dick Powell en el papel del hom-
    i bre tras una justa venganza, contrasta con el gran atractivo sen-
    sual de Rhonda Fleming en el gran drama "PELIGRO" que estre-
    nar el Jueves el TEATRO CENTRAL.
    M A* Sato y jffft fcytS
    MMCCION
    LUIS CESAR AMADORI
    QL'tA
    * JUEVES *
    SENSACIONAL XITO
    CMICO!...
    \0M MOMo/
    Protagonizad* por
    RONALD v MANA
    3 REAGAN LYNN
    tm
    WALTER SLEZAK JESSE WHI
    W-W it lutlM 110U HHllOW fc'T pm INOCUO- COMMA ** m09 *<0
    **** ?** MCHti IUMI rCUCUlA IffWOKM MTtMAWlM
    HOY
    ULTIMAS
    EXHIBICIONES!
    Una romntica y pasional
    historia de amor!
    DOLORES DEL RIO
    JORGE MISTRAL, en
    DESEADA
    =| MAANA! f=
    La Comedia Disparatada!'
    - con -
    - Pepe Avivoto) Iglesias
    - en -
    EL ZORRO
    PIERDE EL PELO
    fuerzos realizados, trabaj de-
    ficientemente por la falta de e-
    quipo adecuado para combatir
    el siniestro.
    Los prdidas ocasionadas se
    calculan en diez mil Balboas.
    CUANDO EL
    ECZEMA
    LE MARTIRIZA
    Obtrag* na fruro ie Aflt Ka-
    wnldi Mmm. Alivia rl *-
    it, tas rrafi 7 !; raa-
    eloaaa > la piel sauy r*to.
    Esta exdslent* receta de na
    mdico, conocld* en todo el mundo
    corno rl Aceite Esmeralda afoone.
    s tan eficaz en el tratamiento de
    In.- enfermedades de la ,piel, Que la
    pjcaion del eczema cesa a laa pri-
    meras aplicaciones. Continuando
    stas, muchos casos de eczema moa
    vencido* y muy rara ves se repite.
    ' En el tratamiento de lceras su-
    purantes, abscesos y diviesos o
    clacotes, su efleaela es extraordi-
    naria. El Aceite Ksmeralda Moons
    est de venta en todas las far-
    macias.
    s
    HOY y MAANA!
    - con -
    PEDRO INFANTE
    ^OCIOSAGAON
    DE LA
    INDIA
    -- con
    ERROL FLYNN
    DEAN STOCKWELL
    Paul Lukas Robert Douglas
    En Tecnicolor!
    VEA emboscadas en los Hi-
    malayas! Carga de elefan-
    tes! El interior de reales pa-
    lacios indios! Maravillas y
    exticas bellezas!.
    Sflte 80/V/fA... PEfiO
    CON TVS CNCANW
    d>UDIQAG fWlOQUECfU
    A CKALDUIER
    9O.
    u*-----T-----
    OLOR AX It AC? YO?
    ,HABRA ALGO A^fJOfl ypo,
    mOC^USOr-j^^vA
    CcmaMUM
    protese nwjqho
    m? tiempo..jc
    NCANlAtA
    Amoqa Lucia
    i K 0TQA A/TU-
    SlArAPLA
    ^uewaMM
    P0Qf._
    .iaI*wv*kMMoon1
    MIC CAUSAN OtOR. .PftOTEGt
    XUAVl0A0./WE^raA6M
    aAMUMKWKNVA!
    PASA -a tW Y \M THAg
    ^S?s!!^IIP
    PROTEGE MUCHO MAS TIEMPO
    JUEVES *
    SARA GARCIA
    --y-
    ANGEt CARASA
    en -
    LAME
    rfl**bCio
    MIITOl IIYIM
    - con -
    CARMELITA GONZALEZ
    GUSTAVO ROJO

    Qu clara...!
    Qu clarsima...!
    Qu claridosa es Doa .
    Clarines...!
    La comedia ms graciosa)
    Ay! Cmo temen a esa mujer!
    HOY A LAS 9 P.M.
    EL TEATRO CENTRAL
    presenta

    v otro de sus famosos v
    "ESTRENOS SORPRESIVOS"
    Esta vez presentando una joya cinematogrfica de*
    la Universal International Pictures. Y como de eos- "
    tumbre estamos seguros tendremos su aprobacin.
    I
    ti
    HOY LUNES a las 9 P.M.
    ACLAMADA COMO LA MEJOB
    PELCULA DE GUERRA DE
    TODOS LOS TIEMPOS I
    La vibrante historia de
    Ion valientes que desem-
    barcando en Normandia a
    Sangre y Fuego alcanza-
    ron la victoria final I
    David BRIAN John AGAR
    Frank Love joy Suzanne
    en
    ABR endose
    PASO"

    TE'ATRO LUX
    Jane Powell y Ricardo Montalbn
    en
    "Dos Semanas de Amor"
    (EN TECNICOLOR)
    El _Romance dcTodos Lo Tiempos!
    VARIEDADES
    LAURA HIDALGO
    La man bella ac-
    triz del cine ar-
    mtlno y "Los S
    randes del Buen
    Humor" en una
    Comedia Munical
    despampanante!
    "CINCO GRANDES Y
    UNA CHICA"
    TEATRO ENCANTO
    Aire Acondicionado
    Tyrone Power, en
    LA PATRULLA INDMITA
    . y .
    June Haver, en
    _____"SOLO TU Y YO"_____
    CECILIA
    UN DOPLE DE ESTRENOS I
    John Carrol, en
    sf
    "ANGELES
    SIN ALMA"
    Adems:
    "LA SELVA
    RUGE"
    Gran aventura en la Selva!
    Y el Corto "EL MISTERIO DE
    LOS PLATILLOS VOLADORES"
    TEATRO CAPITOLIO
    Fred Astaire Jane Powell, en
    "BODA REAL"
    Ronald Colman Marlene
    Dietrich, en
    ________"KtSMET"
    TEATRO TIVOLI
    PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
    Leticia Palma, en
    "CAMINO AL INFIERNO" y
    "LA HIJA DE LA OTRA"
    can Chachila ______ .
    TEATRO IRIS
    Rosita Quintana F. Solef
    "SUSANA"
    Fernando Rey, en
    "SI TE HUBIESES
    CASADO CONMIGO"
    HISPANO _
    Esther Fernndez, en
    "FLOR DE SANGRE"
    - y -
    "EXTRAO CASO DEL
    HOMBRE Y LA BESTIA"
    TEATRO EDISON
    "EL CORREO DE LA~
    MUERTE"
    Alexis Smith, en
    "EXTORSIN"
    TEATRO V/CTORM.
    "La Marca de La Furia"
    - y -
    DE MALA ENTRAA" .
    con William Holden
    VIST ERMOSA
    NOCHE DE BANCO I
    - Adems: -
    & C R I S 1 S "
    y -
    La Voy. Que Escucharn"
    PAC if ICO
    FOB UNA MALA
    MUER"
    y
    ."SINIESTRA
    ______OBSESIN"
    lUtAL
    "LA SALAMANDRA
    DB ORO"
    - T -
    "CONTRA LOS
    FANTASMAS"
    APOLO
    "EL GRITO DE
    NOCHE"
    "ANACI.ETO S
    DIVORCIA"
    ROOSEVELT
    FITOS. FLAUTAS Y PIRATAS"
    J TBJO.UDIO"


    fAGE SIX
    /m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
    MONDAY, JULY U, 19S1
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    LEWIS SERVICE
    N* Tlvell At*.
    Pb*n* t-ZMl
    K1USKO UK LESSEPS
    Parque d* l.cuepe
    Panama
    MORRISON'S
    N*. fourth at Julr At*.
    Faooe -M4I
    BOTICA CARLTON
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    N*. 17 trret- -PanasnA
    Na. 12.17 Central At*.Col*.
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    12 word
    3r each additional
    word.
    FOR SALE
    Automobile*
    FOR SALE:"41" Plymouth'convert-
    tble, $375. Coll Corozol 85-2150,
    between 5-7 p. m.
    FOR SALE:1940 Plymouth. 2 Door
    Seden D.375. Apply NAB Box
    3090 Ancon.
    FOR SALE
    Household
    FOR SALE: Suites o furnltur,
    choirs, tables, bookcases, rugs,
    books, tram-table, toys. 205 Co-
    lon Beoch, Phone 3-2577. <
    MISCELLANEOUS
    0 ou hera drinkm* *r**l*m7
    Writ Alc*h*lici A**iTm*.
    Ba> 2011 An.au. C. Z
    RESORTS
    [William Santa Claro Beach Cottages.
    Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock-
    gas ronges. Balboa 2-3050.
    FOR"SALE:1950 Ford 2 door se-
    dan in excellent condition. Only
    .(SCO miles. Price $1,300. Coll
    An8iVi 2-637J or call at Building
    356 -Apt. 16 in Ancon.
    POR SALE:Studebaker Commander
    A.)., condition throughout. New
    upholstery. Bargain 2034 Via Es-
    paa. Phone 2-2112.
    .------------------t-----------------
    FOR SALETwo dump-trucks Stude-
    b*k*r 1947 tor $1.500.00, new
    tires, no batteries bring your own
    it interested. Call Panamo 3-0706
    ot4ist Street sand pit. Best bar-
    goin '. in the market.
    "^WANTED
    Automobiles
    "OR SALE:One Norge Refrigerator.
    Can tje seen at Quarters 350-L,
    Pedro Miguel. ,
    PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
    OFFERS STRUCTURE FOR
    SALE
    For sole lo the highest bidder, Build-
    ing No. 330 (Chagres Clubhouse),
    Gitun. Seeded.bids rill be received in
    the office of the Superintendent of
    Storehouses at Bolboo until 10:30 A.
    M., July 27, 1951, when they will
    be opened in public. Forms of pro-
    posal with full particulars may be
    secured in the offices of the Super-
    intendent of Storehouses, Balboa, and
    the Housing Managers at Cristobal
    and Gatyn.
    WANTED TO BUYFords. Chev-
    rolets, Mercurys. Coupes and Se-
    da/i-. 1946 1947 1948
    1949 1950 1951. We offer
    gowl prices Tel. 3-0035 or Via
    BelUino Porras. Estaction SAS.
    ~ FOR SALE
    Real Estate
    FORCED TO SELL:5 hectare fruit
    and veg:toble form. Fertile soil;
    cor be irrigated. I 3 miles from
    , Panama C. near Pedregal. Clean
    cottage with well, other buildinas,
    improvements, fruit trees, etc. $5,-
    500. Or consider trade. Tel. Bal-
    boa 3679.
    WANTED TO BUY: Refrigerator.
    25 cycle. Willing to poy up to
    $100.00. Coll Fort Gulick 88-220
    between 8 o. m. 4:00 p. m.
    ("OR SALE: Piano upright Grond,
    small, 6 Pc. wicker livingroom set,
    gas stove, youth bed. Phone 916,
    | Co'on.
    !F0R SALE:9.2 cu. ft. Frigidolre.
    1 1-2 year old. 60 cycl*, will sell
    or trade for 25 cycle refrigerotor
    of similor size. 6 year crib. 1402-
    C. Corr St. Bolboa. |
    WANTED
    Miscellaneous
    SUMMER SPECIALCold Wave, $7.
    50. Wh> hove a home permonent?
    . .with inadequate facilities, no
    certain finished look, and no gur-
    ante* when you, can have o
    professionol one complete for only
    $7.50! it will last longer. -.and
    look better! These can be had
    Monday thru Thursday. Make your
    oppointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
    bolboo Btouty Shop. Open 9:00
    a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
    house, upstairs.
    FOR SALE
    Miscellaneous
    FOR SALE:On sound equipment
    with four loud speakers, on* 16
    mm: RCA Cine Sound Projector,
    one ONAN gasoline power plant
    I 10 A. C. Sterling Products Inter-
    notionol S. A 29 E*st St.. No. 4.
    telephone 3-T697.
    "OR SALE:Choice highland AuL-
    CINA" juice oranges. Pocked 100
    to rose, $2.75 delivered. Produrtos
    Nocionales, telephone 2-0028,
    Panama.
    Phillip. Beach cottages. Santa Clora.
    Box 435. Balboa. Prior Ponoma
    3-1877. Cristobol 3-1C773.
    Houses ON BEACH Sgnta Clara.
    Phona SHRAPNEL, Bolboa 2820 or
    S caretaker there.
    "j-omiich'a Sonta Cloro btoch-
    cottage. Electric ic box, gas
    trova, moderte rates. Phon 6-
    541 or 4-567.
    FOR RENT
    Houses
    RED SOX
    SPLIT BUT
    (Continued from Paite FOUR)
    1 contendersthe Cards and
    Giants. They could gain only one
    Same each because of split dou-
    leheaders.
    Four Card homers beat the
    phlls In the opener, 7-4, but the
    Phils took the second, 6-4. with a
    gve-run seconti Inning rally. The
    lantslott a 12-lnnlng first game
    to'the Pirates, 7-6, on Erv Dusak's
    single but bashed. 15 lut.s In the
    second to win, 8-3.
    Stan Musial got two of the
    Cards' homers against the Phils
    with Billy Johnson and Del
    Hice slamming the others in
    succesion in the seventh to
    break a 3-3 tie. Three walks and
    five singles accounted for the
    Phils second game burst.
    Willie Mays hit his eleventh
    homer and a triple while Bobby
    Thomson got three hits including
    bis 16th homer ir the Giant win
    after Dusak's l\vo-on 12th inning
    bit gave Murry Dlckson his ele- j
    venth win of the season. Sal Ma.!
    gtie nad a 6-2 lead until the sev-
    enth for the Giants.
    WANTED:Used 25 cycle woshing
    machine in good condition. Phone
    Navy 3569.
    Wanted Position
    WANTED: Position for excellent
    English speaking maid. Splendid
    with children, good housekeeper, 2-
    3679 after 5 p. m.
    OR SALE:Leica 3-F with new flesh
    ottochment. Complete for $225.
    Ancon 2-6371 or BU. 356 Apt
    J6._________-
    FOR SALE:8ol*x movi* camera.
    16 mm. 3 lens, YVAR, regutor.
    complete with ronge finder ond
    rose $350.00; Argus INC
    G E. Light Meter: Arpus NIC. 7
    filters ond hd ond G. E. Light
    Meter. $75.00; M-hoaony Shelves
    natural finish $30.00; Electric
    Woffle Irons, double $20.00: Elec-
    tric Table Stove. 3 heats, $30.00.
    Hou< 54=!'-E, Dioblo Heights af-
    ter 4 o'clock.
    FOR RENT:Cholet. Via Porros No.
    64-; Livingroom, dinmgroom, two
    bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
    room, kitchen, Venetian blinds,
    imps, terrace ond garage. Tele-
    fMone 3-1863.
    FOR RENT
    Apartments
    ALHAMRA APARTMENTS
    Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
    ment. Contoct offlc No. 8061. 10th
    St New Cristobal Phone 1386. Co-
    lon
    COMMERCIAL fir
    PROFESSIONAL
    We Wave Just Received
    the last shipment of
    GLASS FISHING RODS
    we..Lb a.w' ,0 *** while
    "UNCLE JOE" jets so.
    We also have
    A large assortment of hirh
    quality
    HUNTING KNIVES
    GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
    279 Central Ave.
    Tel. 3-0140.
    Mr. & Mrs. Cono I Zone:
    rot cusmas* SLir-covKa .no
    our hou.cn.in. Custom ball) (nrnl-
    SlSIA .F '"* EHit*i NA-
    T10NAI UPHOLSTERY (A Her*., j
    t-J"1? ?"* o#<
    New T.lrphonr t-*63S
    FOR RENT: Apartments of one
    lorg* ond one small bedrooms,
    sitting-diningroom, kitchen, bath,
    at 44th. Street East Bella Vista,
    se D* Castro. No. 24 B Avenue.
    Phone 2-1616. Panom.
    |FOR RENT: Apartments of one
    bedroom, sitting-diningroom, kitch-
    en, bath, at No. 20 Via Espaa,
    see Da Castro. No. 24 ''B," Avenue.
    Phone 2-1616, Panama.
    Silver City Boy
    Missing From Home
    Since June 27
    The family of a missing Pa- I
    namauiitn lad. Julio Atenclo.
    have sought the aid of Canal
    Zone police In finding their son.
    '. He.4iv.12 years old. of medium I
    6uildr2r-feet tall with black and j
    was Jjat seen on the morning
    of JU3&.27 In front of his home i
    In Silver City
    He was wearing a pair of;
    horCSrey r /its at the time, j
    but ao -hlrt, hat nor shoes.
    WGAl NOTICE
    ^-UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
    CANAL ZONE
    B.lbo.i DWisioa
    BAI.IAC BROS. 4 CO |nr.
    V8
    THE M V. -REHrBI.II-A 1,11
    COLOMBIA.
    fear engines, machinery, ate. and
    gainil HUTA MERCANTE CRAN-
    C'l.OIIBIANA, S. A .
    In a cause of cargo joss and dsmage,
    cieil aad maritime.
    ADMIRALTY
    t>.. (
    Q1TATION
    WBKRKAS, on the l.lih day of July,,
    ' JS1, William J. Sheridan. Jr. Proctor'
    for I/iuelsnt. Bailar Br..-. a Co.. Inc.
    iiled Itrm l.ibf! in the District Court of'
    Ih. United State for thp Dtatrirt of nhe
    Canal .Zoo. attaint? tin- M. V. "Re-i
    jicbhca da Co.'ombia." her engines, ma- '
    ^MP, ate. and againar r I.OTA Mr'R-
    CANT** aJRANt OLOMBIANA. s. A. in'
    cause of cario lo.s and damage, civil !
    *nd maltitoic.
    AND WHEREAS, by virtue of pro--
    tass in due form of law. to me directed,
    returnable on the nth daj of July.
    15I. I hy seiied and tnken the said
    "P.eaoblva de Colombia' and have
    bar in aay custody:
    ^BrE IS HI.KEBY GIVEN that a
    ^Bp Coarl ill be held in
    Statri irt Room, in the .-.- of An-
    KW. fanal Zone. *n the 30tb day of
    fty. 1t>51. for the tris! of asid |i!r-
    and the owner or owner*, and
    praons who msy have or claim any
    -!. era hrraby cited to be and an-
    r%t tba time and placa afore.aid. to
    Wtff- If any they have, why a
    varaa ahouid not pns a- p-yd.
    JOHN E. HUSHING
    t'nited States Ma-.h>|
    Heart Attack Fatal
    To Towboat Master,
    Cap. L. R. Holt
    Captain Lee R. Holt, Towboat
    ' Master In the ferry service, died
    at 5:10 p.m. jegterday afternoon
    en route to Gorgas Hospital. He,
    ! was being taken to the hospital
    in an ambulance following a
    | heart attack at his home In Bal-
    boa. He was 47 years old.
    A native of Bonlfay, Florida.
    Captain Holt had been employed I
    In the Canal organization about
    18 years. He nad served as Tow-
    boat Master in the Ferry Service
    since November 1945 and held
    the same position in the Dredg-
    ing Dlvisio.i for about two years
    before that.
    He came to the Isthmus Is Dec-
    ember 1923 as a radioman In the
    Navy. He was first employed In
    the Canal organization In June
    1927 followln, his discharge from
    the Navy at Balboa. He served as
    Signalman and Coxswain Engi-
    neer in the Marine Division until
    March 1934 when he left Canal
    service.
    After a short period in Florida,
    he returned to the Isthmus!
    where he was employed by Unit- !
    ed Fruit Company and Tropical,
    Radio In Panam.
    He was reemployed by the Ca- I
    nal organization In January 1940. j
    After a short period In th'e Motor
    Transportation Division, he was
    transferred to the Municipal Di-
    vision in which he served as
    operator of small tugs until his |
    transfer to the Dredging Division
    !n February 1M3.
    He ts survived by his wife, two
    sos, George und Richard, and
    one daughter. Ruth.
    Funeral arrangements will be
    announced later.
    IFCM NOTICE
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    Canal Zone
    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUR1
    FOR THE DISTRICT -F THE
    CANAL ZONE
    Dlvi.ien of Balbaa
    DONALD Mil I A H Ii HATT.
    laintiff.
    VIBEKE HATT.
    Defendant.
    SUMMONS
    Case No. S3!
    < vil Docket 1
    ACTION FOR DIVORCE
    To the above-named defendant:
    You ar* hereby required lo appaat
    tmd answer the complaint filed in the
    above-entitled action within niMty
    naya after the first publication.
    In case of your fallura to ao appear
    and answer. judgment will ba taken
    .rainal jou bv default for the relief
    demanded in the complaint.
    WITNESS the Honorable Joaaph J.
    Hancock. Judge. I'nlted States Diatrlcr
    Court for the District of the Canal
    Zone, this 2nd day of July, ltSl
    C. T MiCaraalck .Jr
    (MALI
    v Lea E. Harria..
    Deput, Clark
    To Vibeke Halt
    The foregoing aummons la served
    upon you by publication pursuant to
    'he order of the Honorable Joseph i.
    Han ock. J idfe. United Stales District
    Conn for the District of the Canal Zone,
    dated July 2. 19a 1 and entered and
    filed in tbia action In tba office of th*
    Clerk of said United r>t*t*a District
    Court for the Diviaion *f Balboa on
    July X, 18S1.
    C. T McCarmlck ,Jr
    Clerk
    By Lola E. Harrlsaa
    Deputy Clerk
    FOR SALE:HAM Radio Transmit-
    ter with V.F.O, voltag regulator,
    very cheap. Federico riiyd Ave.
    No. 4. Tel. 3-3374.
    FOR SALE:Chrome dinett* 'et with
    formic* table top, $40. 20 Inch
    Homart home cooler, $40, brand
    new, plastic seat covers 'for Tudor
    Sedon. $15.00. 8S-6147.
    I.FSSQNS
    Dore-s Wiitfs School pf Dancing. Re-
    opening August '1st. Registration
    July 18th. 19th; 9:00 o. m. to
    2:00 p m Balboa Lodge Hall.
    Phone 2-2363.
    FOR RENT
    FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
    apartment, separate, maid's room.
    Three months' lease. $125.00
    month. Mar y sol Apt. 7 3-A Justo
    Arosemena Ave. Near U. S. Em-
    bassy. Coll 2-2341.
    FOR RENT:3 bedroom apartment
    dintngroom. livingroom, Ititchen
    pantry, maidreom, gorage. Justo
    Arosemena Avenue No. 50. upper-
    floor. Telephone 3-0635 or 2-
    2180.
    FOR RENT:Modern two bedroom
    apartment ,with livingroom-dining-
    room, on TiVli Avenue No. 18,
    across from Ancon Post Office.
    Tel. 2-1032, Mr. Carreros.
    Room
    FOR RENT:In Bella Vista, large
    nicely furnished room. Independent
    entrance. Mexico Avenue 69, near
    43rd St.
    FOR RENT
    IVfif(*rllanPoii*i
    FOR RENT:Small furnished apart-
    ment or room. Excellent location.
    Modern conveniences, 43rd Street
    No. 13.
    FOR RENTTwo bedroom oportment,
    living-diningroom. screened, $60.
    00. (Entrance of San Francisco)
    Kev. 85 Cubo Avenue. Phone 3-
    0841.
    FOR RENTVocation quarters stort-
    ing August. Completely furnish-
    ed for $75.00 a month. Prefer no
    children. Box 15. Gomboa, C Z.
    FOR RENT:Upper floor of The
    Panoma Trust Co. with or with-
    out furniture. Area 4.000 square
    feet, with air conditioning and te-
    lephone switchboard. Apply Pan-
    ama Trust Co. for informotion.
    British Honduras
    Capital Bans
    Pictures Of King
    BELIZE. British Honduras, _
    July 16 UP) The City Council
    here has voted to ban pictures
    of King George VI from official
    buildings here until this British
    colony becomes self-governing.
    LEGAL NOTICE
    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    Canil /nt>
    UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
    FOR THE DISTRICT -F THE
    CANAL ZONE
    DUIalaa .1 Balke*
    JOSEPH W. EDDLEMAN,
    a n a / a c
    INSTANT
    Fat-Free Powdered Milk
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    inapeel the latest model.
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    HAZEL II EDDLKMAN,
    Plaintiff,
    Defendant.
    SUMMONS
    Case No. SJjl
    Civil Docket IS
    ACTION FOR DIVORCE
    To the above-named defendant:
    Vou ara hereby required to appear and
    answer the complaint filed In the above-
    entitled action within ninety daya alter
    the first publication.
    In ease of your failure to eo appear
    and answer. Judgment will be tal.cn
    againat you by default for the relief
    demanded in the complaint.
    WITNESS the Honorable Joseph J.
    Hancock. Judge. Ilnitee Statea District
    Court for th* District of the tanal
    Zone, Lad day of July. IMI.
    C. T. McCormlch. Jr.
    Clerk
    (SEAL)
    By Sara a la Pana
    Chief Deputy Clerk
    To Hose) M. Eddleman
    The loregoing summons I* aerved
    upon yoa by publication pursuant to
    the order of the Honorable Joseph J.
    Hancock. Judge, United Males lustr:
    Court for the District of the Canal
    Zone, dated July S. MSI and entered
    imd filed in this'aciion I* lb* afile*
    of th* Clerk of e.ld trailed Statea Dis-
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    on July I, 1.61,
    C T McCersakk ,Jr
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    Chief De:ity Clerk
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    Enlistment Extended
    For All Components
    Of Armed Forces
    The Executive Order signed by
    President Truman July 8, 1951,
    extending enlistments in the
    armed forces for one year ap-
    plies to all components of the
    Armed Forces. Including the Re-
    serves and the National Guard
    of the United States, the De-
    partment of Defense has an-
    nounced.
    Enlistments of all personnel
    in the- Army, Navy, Marine
    Corps and Air Force, whether
    serving- on active duty or not,
    normally expiring between July
    9. 1951 and June 30, 1952, in:
    elusive, are extended for one
    year from the normal expira-
    tion date. Enlistments which
    had previously been extended
    under the provisions of public
    Law 624 (effective July 28, 1950)
    will not again be extended.
    Purpose of the extension of
    enlistments Is to retain ,in the
    services experienced personnel
    until they can be replaced In
    kind by similarly trained per-
    sonnel.
    Individuals who voluntarily
    extended their en**stments for
    ona year on or after July 28,
    intr fulfilled their requirement
    1950 will be considered as hav-
    under Public Law 624. The pre-
    sent Executive Order also per-
    mits voluntary enlistment ex-
    tensions.
    The extension order does not
    affect other current Department
    of Defense personnel policies.
    Motor Boats Stir
    Venice's Gurals.
    Gondoliers' Strike
    VENICE, July 16 (UP).Hun-
    dreds of gondoliers went on
    strike today as the silent fight
    between man and machine in
    this ancient city finally ex-
    ploded.
    The gondoliers protested to
    the City Admi?) rtration that
    motor boats not only seriously
    disturbed traffic, specially in
    the smaller canals, but with
    their competition mry: life im-
    possible for the oldest category
    of workers in Venice.
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    ti&W&J ARTCINEMA
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    add a back-
    street beauty1

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    "GO FOR BROKE"
    Tuesday "WOMAN ON THE BUN
    DIABLO HTS.
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    WIlHam ELUOT Marie WINDSOR
    "HE.FIRE"
    Tuesday "HUNT THE MAN DOWN"
    COCO LI
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    Faith DOMERGUE
    "VENDETTA
    Tuesday "THREE SECRETS
    G AJ U N
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    "BARON OF ARIZONA
    MARGARITA Alexis smith scott brady
    ..! -IS 4 "UNDERCOVER GIRL"
    a Tuesday "THE MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF"
    CRISTOBAL s^"" LV"Y Dorothy HART
    a.,....omi.oo.o I Was a Communist for the FBI
    Tuesday "THE COMPANY SHE KKKfS
    TODAY MONDAY AT 9 P.M.
    CENTRAL THEATRE
    presents
    another of its famous
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    "SNEAK PREVIEWS"
    This time offering to you one of the best pictures of
    UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL PICTURES.
    Remember Today at 9 P.M.
    CENTRAL
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    Alan I.ADD Mona FREEMAN. In
    "BRANDED"
    AT 9:00 P. M.
    "SNEAK PREVIEW" ,
    BELLA VJSTA and TROPICAL Simultaneously?
    THE MTTUN BOZOS OP COMPANY B- FOR-BRCISER
    Warner Bros:
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    BriIAgIIivbjoy-SOzae >astt
    LUX THEATRE
    Jane Powell Ricardo Montafban
    In
    "Two Weeks With Love"
    In TechnicolorRomance Musical Hit.
    CECILIA Theatre^,
    John Carrol. In
    "SURRENDER"
    Also: Adventures In the Jungle'
    -JUNGLE STAMPEDE"
    And the Special Short I
    ^^kea*y Ofj;iylI_atoM*er
    JNCANTO THEATRE
    Tyrone Power, In
    "AMERICAN GUERRILLA
    IN THE PHILIPPINES"
    Tun* Haver Mlchele
    Prelle. in
    "IXL GET BY-
    T/VOL/ THEATRE^
    PEDRO ARMENDARIZ ~
    Leticia Palma, in
    "CAMINO AL INFIERNO"
    - and -
    "LA HIJA DE LA OTRA"
    CAPITOLIO THEATRE
    Fred Asta Ire Jane Powell ~
    - In -
    "ROYAL WEDDING"
    Ronald Colman Marlene
    Dietrich. In
    "KISMET"
    VITORIA THEATRE
    Barbara Stanwyck, in
    "THE FURY"
    - Also: -
    "UNION STATION"
    with William llolden
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