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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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j AN INI)EPENDE^^f||B<^DA!LY NEWSPAPER
J Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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CANADIAN WHISKY
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TWENTY-SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Peace Negotiators Closer To Agreement
New Envoy To
Panama Gets
Big Welcome
"It is with special interest and satisfaction that I now
return to Panam as Ambassador of my country," John
Cooper Wiley, new US Envoy to Panam said in a prepar-
id statement issued as he landed on the Isthmus at 9:28
'his morning: He noted that:
"Through repeated visits t has been my privilege for
more than three decades to observe at first hand the
growth and development of the Republic of Panam..'.
"The collaboration of our two sister republics has
over the long years greatly served the interests of the
people of the world."
First of b large assemblage to
greet Ambassador and Mrs. Wi-
ley were US Charge d'Affalres
Murray Wise, Panama's Chief of
Protocol Camilo Levy Salcedo and
Charles H. Whltaker. US consul
In Colon. They scrambled up the
"Jacobs ladder" of the SS Here-
dla of the United Fruit Compa-
ny when it was met by the board-
ing launch.
The group accompanied the
new envoy and his wife as they
debarked on Cristobal pier where
they were officially welcomed by
Governor and Mrs. Francis K.
Newcomer, the commander in
chief, Sarlbbean Command. Lt.
Oeneraf William H. H. Morris,
Jr.. and Mrs. Morris, Louis C.
Nolan, economic attache and
Mrs. Nolan and Joseph J. Demp-
sey, public affairs officer and
Mrs. Dempsey.
Also on the pier to greet the
Wileys were a number of Pana-
manian and US business men
from Colon and other represen-
tatives of the Panama Canal
Company and the armed services.
A squadron of Navy planes
from Coco Solo flew overhead, an
honor guard from the 45th Re-
connalsance Squadron at Fort
Clayton and an Air Force contin-
gent were on the pier.
The party immediately boarded
a railroad scooter for Panama Ci-
ty where they were met by other
US embassy officers and their
wives, the dean of the diplomatic
corps, Peruvian Ambassador to
Panama Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos,
Ecuadorian Ambassador to Pan-
ama Sixto Duran Bailen and oth-
er diplomats and Panamanian
officials. _____________
Leopold Abdicates
As Son Becomes
Fifth Belgian King
BRUSSELS, July 17 (UP).
I King Baudouln I was enthron-
ed as the fifth King of the
Belgians here today.
He succeeded his father, who
lyesterday abdicated as King
Leopold III.
The party proceeded Immedi-
ately to the Embassy residence
on La Cresta.
Wiley has asked that there be
no press interviews until he has
had an opportunity to present
his credentials to President Alcl-
blades Arosemena. In his prepar-
ed statement he said:
"At no moment in history has
this collaboration assumed such
vital significance as at the pre-
sent time. Today all free nations
face together the menace of na-
zifled Communism. Our common
cause of defense must be pursued
with resolute determination by
all. This alone can afford pro-
tection against the single-mindfcd
and remorseless pur p os i
world domination and conquest
of the despots of Communism.
"Of vital Importance for our
mtttualdefense against encroach-
ment and aggression Is the econ-
omic trength of the free woild.
I therefore approach the question
of economic collaboration Be-
tween the United States of Ame-
rica and the Republic of Panama
with very special interest.
"I anticipate with pleasure the
opportunity during my stay in
Panama of becoming really well
acqua! nted with the Republic and
the Panamanian people, to whom
my wife and I send our warmest
and most cordial greetings."
Admiral Creer
Here To Inspect
Carib Sea Frontier
Rear Adm. Marshall R. Oreer,
Commandant Tenth Naval Dis-
trict and Commander of the Ca-
ribbean Sea Frontier, and his
aide, Lt. C. L. Miller, arrived to-
day at Albrook Air Force Base in
a Navy aircraft piloted by Lt.
Kube.
While on the Isthmus, he will
Inspect the Panam Sector of the
Caribbean Sea Frontier and con-
fer with Lt. Gen.. William H. H.
Morris, Jr., his senior In the Ca-
ribbean command.
Adm. Greer is the former di-
rector of Pan American affairs
and the United States Naval Mis-
sion.
Truman To Survey Costliest
Flood As Crest Rolls South
JOHN COOPER WILEY, new United States Ambassador to Panama, paused a moment in the
Panama City railroad station this morning after crossing the Isthmus by scooter. He de-
barked earlier from the SS Heredla. With Wiley, left'to right, are US Charge ad interim
Murray M. Wise. Panama's Chief of Protocol Camilo Levy Salcedo, and Mrs. Wiley. Public
Affairs Officer Joseph J. Dempsey stands on the scooter In the background.
RP To Pass Special Measures
To Combat High Living Cost
^Special measures to ease the
f>burden of Panamanian people
hard hit by the high cost of liv-
ing will be placed in effect In the
near future, according to action
taken this morning at a meeting
tk the Presidencia.
The measures were recom-
mended by a group composed of
flvo ministers of state and it will
b the Cabinet which will set the
effective date of the steps.
They entailt
(1) Prevention of ejectment of
tenants from their homes until
the Rents Board is established.
(2) Prevention, of the suspen-
sion of electric service by any
light company without previous
notification and a-hearing before
a court.
(3) Establishment of free pub-
lic ating places for the needy.
(4i Establishment of public
markets for the sale of products
now controlled by the Agricultu-
ral Bank.
At the meeting, in addition to
the five ministers, were the sec-
retary general of the Presiden-
cia and the private secretary to
the President.
McCIure's "Chiriqui" Wins Honolulu Race
KANSAS CITY, Mo July 17
(UP)President Truman plan-
ned to leave Washington this af-
ternoon to inspect from the air
[the United States costliest-ever
flood.
The flood struck close to Mr.
Truman's home at Independence,
Issourl.
He Will fly over the $750,000,000
lood-ravaged area with MaJ.
. Lewis A. Pick, chief of the
United States Army engineers.
The flood was rolling down the
Missouri River from here today.
At St. Louis, where the Mis-
ourl joins the Mississippi, rail-
oad switching yards and river-
ront buildings were already
looded.
Stockyards were closed.
A flood crest of 40 feet, the
hird highest in history, is ex-
acted in St. Louis Friday.
Defense Mobillzer Charles E.
ilson also will accompany the
resident on the inspection trip,
will look into the need for re-
onditloning some defense plants
ii the ravaged area.
The Reconstruction Finance
:orp. has designated the two
[{ansas Cities as a disaster area
o property owners in the region
nay apply for RFC disaster
mm
Army engineers asked for
troops to help strengthen a 80-
mile stretch of the Mississippi,
south of Its confluence with the
Missouri, as the "Big Muddy's"
flood crest rolled relentlessly
southward.
Oov. Johnston Murray of Ok-
lahoma declared a state of emer-
gency in Ottawa County, where
Kansas flood waters have forced
the Neosho River Into Miami and
caused an estimated $5,000,000
damage. More than 3,000 persons
were homeless there.
The Missouri-Kansas disaster,
worst In the twin cities' histo-
ries, Inundated 1,000 blocks in
the two cities. It covered 2,200,-
000 acres of land, destroyed hun-
dreds of thousands of acres of
crops, routed more than 500.000
persons from their homes and
killed 33 persons. One person was
killed at Miami. Okia.
Conditions were improving al-
most everywhere in Kansas to-
day, as new threats faced Mis-
souri. Scores of towns still were
flooded! but ail the rivers were
falling. Some wheat ranchers
were cutting their gram and let-
ting lt lie in the sun to dry, in an
effort to save some of it
U. S. Envoy
In Madrid;
Veal' Hinted
MADRID, July 17 (UP) Ad-
miral Forrest Sherman, United
States Chief of Naval Operations,
conferred here today with Span-
ish Minister lor Aviation Gonza-
lez Gallarza giving credence to
reports that his visit Is linked
with obtaining for United States
forces air as well as naval bases
on Spanish territory.
Sherman, who Hew In from
Washington yesterday and saw
Generalissimo Franco a few
hours later, Is operating behind
a veil of secrecy.
His staff of officers, represent-
ing all three United States ser-
vices, is causing widespread pub-
lic comment in their hurrylngs
about town in blue embassy
automobiles.
Official quarters still say re-
ports that a direct alliance is in
the making between the United
States and Spam are premature,
but agree that something along
this line is expected to emerge in
the future.
Spain's possible entry Into the
North Atlantic Pact Is not now
regarded as among the topics
under active discussion.
Madrid radio and newspapers
meanwhile gave wide coverage
to the opposition In Britain both
to Spain's inclusion in the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization,
and to a direct Spanish-Amer-
ican alliance.
An important Spanish source
said he was completely baffled
at Britain's attitude, and at the
audacity of the Labor govern-
ment in advising both Paris and
Washington against any gesture
to the Franco regime.
' He demanded: TrWho does Eng-
land think will defend her if a
new war comes?"
The last full statement on
British policy towards Spain,
made in the House of Commons
Feb. 20 by Undersecretary of
State for Foreign Affairs Ernest
Da vies, said:
"The Atlantic Treaty is pri-
marily for the democratic pow-
ers and the preservation of their
way of life. This Includes the ba-
sic freedoms which are always
lacking absent In totalitarian
regimes... these freedoms are
absent from Spain at the pre-
sent time... to be antl-Commun-
lst, as Spain unquestionably is,
not enough to Justify Its Inclu-
sion in an alliance of democratic
countries for the preservation of
peace... we do not want to do
anything which would discourage
those forces inside Spain, and
those Spanish forces outside
Spain, which have looked to the
democracies for encouragement,
and which have faith in demo-
cracy."
This statement still represents
the British view.
PEACE CAMP, Korea, July 17 (UP) United Nations
find Communist negotiators drew still closer to a ceasefire
agreement today in the fifth and friendliest of their meet-
ings in Kaesong.
The negotiators spent only 90 minutes in actual con-
versation. It was indicated that there was almost no con-
flict or argument as each side refused to have certain
items put on the agenda for the actual ceasefire talks.
United Nations officials said meanwhile that a new
Allied team may be named to negotiate the ceasefire pact,
possibly under the leadership of 8th Army commander Lt.
Gen. James A. Von Fleet.
The original ceasefire suggestion of Soviet United
Nations delegate Jacob Malik suggested the field com-
manders work out the actual armistice, which would deal
primarily with military matters.
The official United Nations re-
port of today's meeting said the
Communists "elucidated and ex-
plained" details of their agenda
proposal during the afternoon
session.
The report said that both the
English and Chinese translation
of the Communist proposals,
made In Korea by North Korean
General Nam II, appeared to have
been prepared In advance.
Earlier there had been some
misunderstanding and delays ow-
ing to translation difficulties.
The cart'given by the Com-
munists to overcoming this was
a new demonstration of their
willingness to push things along
towards an agreement to end the
flghtln.
The Communists started the
morning session today with Nam
11 discussing agenda Items pre-
viously proposed by the United
Nations team.
Clarification of definitions and
translations took a considerable
time, according to the official
report.
Today's 90 minutes of talking
ran the total talking time ad far
for the Kaesong armistice agen-
da negotiations to 14 hours and
12 minutes in five meetings.
Both delegations appeared In
good spirits today. Nobody called
for time out for separate confer-
ences, as the Reds did yesterday.
No armed personnel were seen
at the conference site today.
Just two armed Communists
were seen in the area. They were
policemen. One was directing
virtually non-existent traffic.
Report 'Volcanic'
Eruption In Reds
Atom Plant Area
HONO KONG, July 17 (UP)
The official Red Chinese news
agency today reported that a
volcanic eruption occurred In
May In an area where the Soviets
are reportedly building an atomic
plant.
The eruption occurred In Yu-
tlen county, southern Slnkiang
province, where the noted Brit-
ish atomic scientist Bruno- Pon-
tecorvo, who disappeared behind
the Iron Curtain, is believed to
be supervising atomic installa-
tions.
The mystery Is heightened by
the fact that travellers familiar
with the area had never before
heard of volcanic eruptions In
the Kwanlun mountains, which
run between southern Slnkiang.
northern Tibet and Kashmir, and
which are reportedly a rich
source of uranium ore.
One American wartime filer
who travelled the area overland
as well as by plane said there
were definitely no volcanoes
there.
HONOLULU, July 17 (UP).Tucker McClure's
peared today to have won the 17th biennial
the class B section of the race. There are 21
Eventide, of Los Angeles, is in a position to
here was Richard Rheem's Morning Star, whl
the 2.225 miles from San Pedro. The Chiriqui
and turned In a corrected time of eight days
Falrweather also beat the Morning Star with
mins. 41 sees. Dying winds are expected to il
Chiriqui. of Balboa, second yacht to finish ap-
Transpaclfic yacht race. It had certainly won
yachts still to finish. Only Steven Newsmarks'
beat the Chiriqui. The first yacht to arrive
ch took 10 days 16 hours 44 mlns. 33 sees, for
however had a held a handicap of two days
21 hours 41 mins. 48 sees. Fred Allen's yawl
a corrected time of nine days 18 hours 14
ow the still competing yachts.
Vessel Attached
Here Alter Filing
Of $40,000 Suit
An admiralty suit for $40,000
against the M/V Repblica de
Colombia was filed with the U.S.
District Court at Ancon by Wil-
liam J. Sheridan, attorney for the
Balzaac Brothers of New York'
City.
The libelant claims cargo loss
and damage, both civil and mari-
time. The ship, her engines and
machinery were attached by U.S.
Marshal John Hushing. She Is
now tied up In Cristobal.
The action alleges that on June
24 Antonio Echeverrl and Co.,
Ltd., delivered to Flota Mercante
Grancolomblana, 8. A., a ship-
ment of 500 sacks of coffee which
in turn was to be placed aboard
the Repblica de Colombia, for
transportation from Buenaven-
tura to New Orleans.
After transiting the Panam
Canal, the vessel continued on
Its trip but was stranded on or
near Serrena Bank off the coast
of Nicaragua July 2nd. Because
of the danger of the ship's posi-
tion on the strand, the master
engaged the services of a "sal-
vor," the tug Rescue which came
to the scene. Since the ship was
pounding badly, a large amount
of cargo was dumped. She was
then towed to Cristobal.
The other was leading an oxcart
along a Kaesong street.
When the meeting broke up tha
senior United Nations delega
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy cam*
out smiling, as did all the other
United Nations negotiators.
The North Koreans smiled. Tht
Chinese were expressionless.
United Nations Supreme Com-
mander General Matthew B.
Ridgway was here at the peace
camp to gree his delegates when
they returned and to hear their
confidential report on the exact
amount of progress being made.
3 Killed In Train
Collision; 11 Hurt
NEW HAVEN, Indiana, July 17
'UP) A freight train rammed
lnto the side of a passenger train
here last night, killing three per-
rons and injuring 11.
All four cars of the passenger
rain, bound from Toledo to Fort
Wayne, were shoved off the track
.uid overturned.
CZ Tot Falls 12
Feet To Concrete
Nothing Serious
A four-year-old girl was in
Clayton Hospital today after
falling 12 feet from the bedroom
window of her home in Cocoll.
She was not seriously injured.
Ellnda Perez, daughter of Cpl.
and Mrs. Alberto Perez of Fort
Kobbe, fell onto the concrete a-
pron In front of her house after
a screen had been removed from
the window for repairs.
The little girl had been left a-
lone for a moment and she climb-
ed onto a chair, then to a chif-
fonier alongside the open win-
dow.
She was admitted to Clayton
Hospital shortly after the acci-
dent and will be hospitalized sev-
eral day.
Grau Challenges
Senator To Duel
To Protect Honor
HAVANA, July 17 (UP)-Sen-
ator Pelayo Cuervo Navarro to-
day accepted a challenge to a
sabre duel made by ex-president
Ramon Grau San Martin.
Leaders .of the Orthodox Par-
ty, presided over by Senator Ed-
dy Chibas, have challenged th
legality of the action. A spokes-
man for the party said th
problem between the two poli-
tical leaders was not one that
could be settled on the field
of honor, since Grau is presently
involved in a legal action.
Bad feeling between Grau and
Pelayo Cuervo the private
prosecutor In Grau's case
came to a head last week when
Grau said his honor had been
sullied by remarks made about
him by Pelayo Cuervo In a ma-
gazine article.
Grau has named an ex-gen-
eral and a senator as his sec-
onds, Pelayo Cuervo has named
two leaders of his party-
No date has been fixed fer
the duel.
Local-Rate Schools
Begin Enrollment
Of New Students
Elementary schools ki local-
rate communities will be open for
the enrollment of new student*
on Monday. Tuesday and Wed-
nesday. July 23 to 25, lt was an-
nounced Monday at the Schools
Division.
Pupils who were enrolled in
Canal Zone schools last vear need
not report until the opening day
of school on August .
The schools will be open for en-
rollments from 8 o'clock In the
morning until noon from July 23
to 25.
Murder Suspect
Of Former Peru
Ambassador Jailed
LIMA. July 17. (UP) Pollc
said here today that they have
arrested Antonio Perasso Cace-
res, 26. as a suspect In the mur-
der of Jorge Maclean Estenoz. 43.
former Peruvian ambassador to
Portugal and recently named
ambassador to Ecuador.
Maclean's bullet riddled body
was found yesterday on a high-
way near here.
Maclean had been shot four
times and his face was disfigured
by blows which authorities be-
lieve were dealt with a stone.
He entered the Peruvian for-
eign service in 1925 and only re-
cently returned from his Lisbon
assignment.
Farmer Cries "Thief'
As Lightning Strikes
HELSINKI, July 17 (UP)
Farmer Mattl Iso-Seppala re-
ported to the police that thieves
had stolen more than one kilo-
meter of his barbed wire fence.
Police Investigated and found
UghtnUjf had melted the fence


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Edmund Gwenn En Route
to California
The iamous actor, Edmund
Gwenn left Panama yetesrday a-
board the "Boogabllla," a Swed-
ish Transatlantic ship headed for
8an Pedro, California. He Is ex-
pected to arrive there next /Tues-
day. Mr. Gwenn will immediate-
ly start negotiations for the film-
ing of a new novel "Old Herba-
ceous" to which he has purchased
the film options, when he ar-
rives In California.
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"We have a problem that
stumps us all here," writes a a
correspondent. "It arises out of
this hand (shown today.)
"West opened the queen or
spades and South won with the
king. Declarer then led a low
diamond. West played low. dum-
my put up the eight, and East
won with the ten.
"East now had the chance to
set the contract by returning a
olub. Instead he returned the
lack of hearts. This gave South
the chance to make his contract.
"South took the ace of hearts
and knocked out the king of dia-
monds. West returned a heart
since East's failure to lead back
a spade made the distribution of
that suit quite clear.
"South won with the king of
hearts and carefully cashed the
queen of hearts to discard a low
club from dummy. Then he not to
dummy wdlth the king of clubs
to knock out the ace of diamonds.
He was now shut out from his ace
of spades, but was sure to make
nine tricks anyway.
"The problem Is how could
East tell that lt was better to "-
turn a club than a heart? We
have cooked up various explana-
tions, but none of them is really
convincing. What have you to
sav about this?"
I say that If lt ever becomes
possible to find absolutely logical
answers to all bridge problems
the game will lose a great deal of
Its appeal. There are times when
you have to guess, and this hand
is a case In point.
East should not be criticized
for fainnn to guess correctly. In-
stead South should be compli-
mented for his bold bid and his
careful play. In short. South was
the hero of this handbut that
does not make East the villain.
Icelandic Ships
to Transport Bananas
Compaa Frutera S.A., has
started a service between Gua-
yaquil, Ecuador and New Orleans
carrying bananas. For this pur-
pose they have charted two Ice-
landic ships, the M.S. Jokulfell
and the Sasco 1. The ships are
each equipped with refrigerator
holds of 60,000 cubic feet capaci-
ty. Local agent for the ships is
Fen ton and Co.
Balboa Families Learn
"Palmosa" Arrived Safetly
Word has Just been received
from Richard C. Harris, 24 of
Balboa that he, Ed Rlgby and
Rlgby's 14 year old son are all
safe aboard the yacht Palmosa In
Nukuhlva, one of the Marquesa
Islands. The Harrises and Rig-
toys, both of Balboa had been a-
waltlng word of their arrival for
two weeks. The yacht Palmosa,
of British registry, is bound for
Tahiti. The skipper is Capt. H.
V. Hudson. The yacht left Bal-
boa May 21.
Florida KKK Chief
Denies Knowledge
Of Cross Burning
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., July 17
(UP) Florida's organized Ku
Klux Klan denied today that it
was responsible for the burning
of four huge wooden "K's" at
widely-separated spots in Mia-
mi. Fla.. Saturday night.
Police said the fuel soaked,
eight-foot "K's" did not appear
to have been directed particularly
at Inhabitants of the four sec-
tions, but one of them bore a
race-hatred inscription.
MARTIN
BUI Hendrix. Florida Grand
Dragon, declared his organization
knew nothing about the emblem
burnings although at one site
someone had scattered leaflets
bearing Hendrix's name.
Fixed to one of the "K's" was a
sign which said, "in back of Com-
munism is the kike Jew."
The leaflets said: "The Ku Klux
Klan is fighting against Negro
domination, to protect white wo-
manhood, to uphold the^dnd of
democracy given us by our fore-
fathers."
The text also attacked the an-
tl-defamatlon league of B'nal
B'rlth. and although Hendrix de-
nied writing the leaflet he said
he opposed this league.
"I have stated my opposition
to the anti-defamation league of
the B'nal B'rlth before the legis-
lature because every bill intro-
duced to fight Communism has
been opposed by the league,"
Hendrix said.
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Urine, Getting
Strong, Cloudy L'rlno, Getting Up
Night*. Backat/he*. Lumbago. Lei
Paine. Nervousness. Dlsslness, Head-
ache*, Colds, Puffy Ankle*. Circle* un-
der Eye*. Lack of Energy. Appetite
etc. Cystsx lights th**o troubles b>
helping the Kidneys In I way*. 1. Helps
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if.
50 New Wlremen
Recruited By PC
About 50 new wlremen are ex-
pected to join the Locks and
Electrical Divisions of the Pana-
ma Canal Company as the result
of a recruiting drive now being
conducted In the United States
East Coast area.
About 25 wlremen have been
signed up by the Canal's recruit-
ing team which is made up of
George F. Welsh. Chief of the
Employment and Utilization Di-
vision of the Personnel Bureau,
and William Black. Electrical
Supervisoi at Pedro Miguel
Locks. The first of the newly-
recruited craftsmen, with their
families, are expected to arrive
within the next few weeks.
The personnel representatives
have Interviewed prospective em-
ployes and their wives in Rich-
mond and Roanoke, Virginia and
In Wlnston-8alem and Raleigh,
North Carolina so far. Their fu-
ture schedule call for visits,
ranging from three to five days
each, In Charlotte, North Caro-
lina; Columbia, South Carolina;
Macon and Atlanta. Georgia;
Chattanooga. Tennessee. Louis-
ville, Kentucky; Cincinnati and
Steubenville. Ohio; and Wheel-
ing. West Virginia: unless the
team's quota i filled before lt
reaches the end of the Itinerary.


TLKSDAY, JULY 17. 1951
l-m PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT nATLT NEW8PAPEB
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House Shouts OK Tougher Raps
For Dope Peddlers & Addicts
By HERBERT FOSTER
WASHINGTON, July 17 (UP) The House shouted
it- approval yesterday of a bill requiring mandatory jail
sentences for narcotics law violators after brushing aside
objections that it might "hit some innocent people."
The meosiire, which now goes to the Senate, would
provide for a sentence of two to five years for the first
offenders, five to 10 years for second offenders and a 10
to 20 year term for three-time losers.
The law would apply both to peddlers and addicts
who would also face fines ranging up to $2,000 for the
second and any subsequent narcotics offenses.
Under present law, first and second offenders are
subject to a maximum penalty of 10 years in jail and a
$5,000 fine but the penalty is not mandatory. Third of-
fenders can be imprisoned for 20 years and fined $10,000.
Rep. Hale Boggs. D.. La., spon-
sor of the legislation, agreed with
other lawmakers, however, that
many federal Judges have been
too lenient with narcotics viola-
tors.
Thev argued this has resulted
In a sharp Increase In violations
in recent years and that manda-
tory sentences would halt the
trend.
But Rep. Richard M. Simpson,
R., Pa., objected that the bill goes
too far. He said It would "hit
some Innocent people who are
sick and who need medical atten-
tion Instead of being sent to
Jail"
Simpson agreed that "we want
to make it tough on peddlers."
But under the proposed law, he
said, "someone may be picked up
who la sick but that person must
be sent to Jail under this legisla-
tion."
Boggs said it was not the in-
tent of Congress "to get at the
teen-age user'* but that It had
iroved impossible to draft legls-
atlon which would draw a dis-
tinction between peddlers and
users without opening big loop-
holes In the law.
Rep. Thomas A. Jenkins, R.,
O.. said Simpson and other op-
ponents of the measure were
"unduly dlsturbed'"about depriv-
ing the judges of their discre-
tionary powers.
"This law would not be ap-
plied against high school boys
and girls," he promised. "We're
out to get the peddlers and
smugglers."
Boggs said the bill was endors-
ed by the Treasury and Justice
Departments and was in line with
the recommendations of the Sen-
ate Crime Committee which re-
cently held a series of sensatloii-
packed hearings on the narcotics
traffic.
The crime Investigators were
told that teen-agers had turned
to thievery, prostitution and oth-
er crimes to get money for nar-
cotics. Some even went so far as
to steal from their own parents,
according to the testimony.
Boggs said the amount of nar-
cotics addiction is In direct ra-
tio to the severity of sentences.
"It Is a known fact," he said,
"that at the present time m those
areas which the federal judges
have gained a reputation for se-
vere sentences for narcotics and
marijuana laws, the traffic in the
narcotic drugs and marijuana Is
practically non-existent.
"There are three cities In par-
ticular where this Is true: Mem-
phis, Tenn.; Louisville. Ky., and
Minneapolis. Minn."
Track In Curtain'
Features CZ Theater
In Library Display
The Panama Canal Library Is
presenting a new exhibit featur-
ing the Canal Zone Theater. The
display is located in the exhibit
case In the lobby of the Civil Af-
fairs Building and is entitled. "A
Crack In the CurtainGlimpses
at the'Canal Zone Theater."
Center of the display Is a
child's cardboard theater, show-
ing a scene from "The Merchant
of Venice." lent by Mrs. Mary
Lowrie of the Theater Guild of
Balboa.
Other items lent by Theater
Guild members Include programs,
photographs of productions, sam-
ples of grease paint, false hair
and make-up materials.
A second exhibit case contains
a model stage set designed by
Mrs. Catherine Taylor and used
by set design and construction
committees of the Theater Guild.
Other Items on display Include:
a copy of Subert TurbyflU's book,
"My Panama Canal Theater Ad-
venture;" volumes of Balboa Lit-
tle Theater productions from the
Library's collection; programs of
Isthmian guild and little theater
productions of earlier days;
broke on make-up, stage design;
a copy of MacBeth illustrated by
Salvador Dall; and other books
on the theater.
15th N. D. Commandant
Now Nebraska Admiral
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe. USN. Commandant 15th Na-
val District, has Just been ap-
pointed an Admiral In the Great
Navy of the state of Nebraska.
Governor Val Peterson In for-
warding the commission to Ad-
miral Bledsoe stated: "As you
know, there is but one rank In
our Navy. We are all Admirals
and enjoy the same privileges.
There Is no one from whom we
must take commands nor Is there
anyone to whom we may "pass
the buck."
"The morale of our organiza-
tion is very high, and I am sure
you will find your new duties
most pleasurable."
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CHICAGO. July 17 (UP) Na-
tional guardsmen with rifles
loaded preserved peace over the
week end In suburban Chicago,
scene of violence in anti-Negro
demonstrations, as similar trou-
ble plagued authorities in Dallas,
Tex., and Capitol Heights, Md.
And In Nashville, Tenn., a law-
yer was waging a legal battle to
exclude Negroes from a white re-
sidential block with the argument
that "whites have some civil
rights, too."
Guardsmen stood behind barb-
ed wire barricades at Cicero,
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where 6,000 persons converged on
an apartment house Thursday
night to protest a Negro family's
moving in.
At Capitol Heights, near Wash-
ington, D. C, police stood by to
quell any repeat of a disturbance
that started when white youths
demonstrated against the pres-
ence of Negro couples at a night-
club.
The Capitol Heights incident
was quieted through tear gas and
fire hoses. A mob of 400 for two
hours had resisted police efforts
to break it up.
A total of 107 persons have been
arrested In connection with the
Cicero disturbance and face court
hearings today. Twenty-three
guardsmen, police and demon-
strators were injured In the me-
lee.
Meanwhile, a civic feud raged
at Dallas, Tex., between Mayor
J. B. Adoue and City Manager
Charles Ford over police failure
to solve 13 attempts to bomb Ne-
gro homes. Adoue charged "inef-
ficiency" and blamed Ford, who
said that he was convinced every-
thing possible Is being done to
find the guilty persons.
Negro efforts to enter areas
previously closed to them were
at the foot of all the Incidents.
No Negroes live in Cicero and
when Harvey E. Clark, Jr., sought
to move his family into an apart-
ment there, rowdy groups form-
ed, wrecked the Clark's furniture
and tried to burn down the build-
ing. The Clarks announced they
had abandoned their plans of
moving In, but the crowds conti-
nued to form.
At Nashville, Tenn., an attor-
ney for two white women obtain,
ed a temporary injunction to pre-
vent a Negro couple from moving
into a "white block." He pleaded
that "whites have some civil
rights, too." The case may be the
first attempt to circumvent a U.8.
Supreme Court ruling that re-
strictive real estate covenants are
not binding.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1851
Browns Wallop Red Sox To Reduce A.L. Margin
"George Carty Beats John Hall
To Capture Table Tennis Title
Jeorge Cartv of the Cristobal
Xfmed Forces YMCA Club van-
quished John Hall in four
straight sets 21-16, 21-10, 21-16.
21-17 to capture the Cla. Alfaro
International Harvester i and
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship Trophy last night at the
Pacific Clubhouse before a cap-
acity crowd.
Carty's victory was a big upset
to climax an evening of surprises.
First, John Hall eliminated the
previously unbeaten Arthur Jo-
sephsthe overwhelming favor-
ite to cop the tourney"in one of
the semifinal matches.
Next. Carty downed Sgt. Jo-
seph Lockman with apparent
ease. The scores of the semifinals
were: Hall-Josephs 13-21. 21-13,
20-22, 21-18, 21-12. Carty Lock-
man 21-11, 21-12, 21-11.
The Hall-Josephs match was by
far the most exciting of the eve-
ning. ThU thrilling batth went
the limit of five sets with Hall
coming on strong to take the fin-
al two sets and victory.
For the finals Tall lust could-
n't seem to cope with his rival
and went down without offering
the stiff competition expected.
However. Hall seemed happy to
be the runner-up.
BUNT__Phil Rlzzuto can do more things with a. bat than most ball players. Among many other
things, the Yankees' shortstop is considered the best bunter in baseball. Here Little Scooter is oil to
first base after laving one down. Catcher is Senators' Mickey Crasso, the umpire John Stevens. (NLA)
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Yanks, Chisox, Indians
Win To Gain A Full Game
By United Press
NEW YORK, July 17 The Red Sox American
League lead was cut to one game as a result of a 9-5 thump-
ing by the cellar dwelling Browns at St. Louis. The White
Sox, with a 15-hit assault, swamped the Athletics 9-5 at
Chicago to remain in second place ahead of the Yankees
who downed the Tigers 8-6 at Detroit to occupy third
place, one-and-one-half games behind the leader. The In-
dians crushed the Senators 8-2 at Cleveland to hold on to
fourth place two-and-one-half games from the top.
The standing* hould be consl-
derably unscrambled after two
crucial series which begin today
the Red Sox meeting the In-
diana and the Yankees clashing
with the White 8ox.
The Red 8ox took a 2-0 lead on
Ted Williams' 18th homer In the
first Inning but a single and two
doubles tied it up In the fourth.
In the fifth the Red 8ox led again
when singles by Johnny Pesky
and Williams plus a double by
Vern Stephens and Bobby Do-
err's single made It 5-2.
In the fifth, however. 12
Browns went to bat for seven
runs and Al Widmar's first win
since May 25. A double, five sin-
files. an error and two walks were
ncluded as Ellis Kinder suffer-
ed his first loss.
Biddy League
Basketball
The Cristobal Biddy "E" League
basketball team romped over Oa-
tun Thursday morning to the
tune of 38-4. The victors scored
at will during the first quarter,
in the second stanza the defense
of both teams worked to perfec-
tion as neither team was able to
score.
During the third quarter the
Cristobal lads collected four tal-
lies and In the final period 12
points and Oatun 4. The Cristo-
bal boys showed by their playing
that they are attending the prac-
tice sessions as a group and their
fine team play Is the result of
their preparatory efforts.
The vacation recreation pro-
gram at Gatun is in full swing
with many children making use
of the facilities: Swim Classes
Wednesday and Friday, 9:00-
10:00, Kindergarten age chil-
dren; Wednesday-Thursday-Fri-
day, 10:00-11:00, 6 years and old-
er: 11:0012:00, Intermediate and
Swimmers.
Gymnasium: Archery, Mon-
day Tuesday Thursday, 8:00-
10:00; Story Hour and Games.
Monday Tuesday, 8:00-10:00;
Basketball, Monday Tuesday -
Thursday, 10:00-11:00; Tumbling
and Wrestling, Monday-Tuesday,
11:00-12:00; Volleyball, Monday-
Tuesday Thursday, 1:00-3:00:
Monday-Tuesday-Thursday, Bas-
ketball, 3:00-4:00; Organized
Games, 4:00-5:00.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Carl Ersklne'a two-hitterIt
was a no-hitter for aeven full In-
ningsended the Dodgers' four-
game losing streak and the Reds'
seven-game winning streak, 11-2,
at Ebbets Field.
Wes Westrum'a second homer
of the day, his 15th, gave the New
York Giants a 7-6 win over the
Pirates at the Polo Grounds. Lar-
ry Jansen blew a 6-2 lead for the
Giants and left the game in the
eighth when the Pirates tied the
score. But with two out in the
Giants eighth. Westrum won It.
Duke Snlder's 20th homer and
Peewee Reese's fourth came in
the Dodgers' six-run seventh.
Tommy Brown's bases loaded
triple topped a five-run eighth
inning rally to give the Phillies
a 5-2 triumph over the Pirates at
Sliibe Park. Del Ennls also had a
triple for the Phils.
Homers by Sam Jethroe, Earl
Torgeson and 81d Gordon beat
the Cubs for the Braves, 8-4, at
Boston.
Giosa Fined $1,000,
Suspended For Six
Months After K.O.
NEW ORLEAN8, July 17 (UP>
Eddie Giosa, Philadelphia wel-
terweight, was fined SI ,000 and
suspended for six months yester-
day for an "unsatisfactory" per-
formance in his fight with Ber-
nard Doc usen last Monday.
Giosa, who won his last seven
fights, was knocked out in 1:23 of
the second round in his sched-
uled 10-round go with Docusen.|
Joe Gross, Glosa's handler, said
he hit his head and kayoed him-
self.
Fight fans said the knockout
was "peculiar."
Three members of the Louisi-
ana State Boxing Commission
met Tuesday and decided Giosa
had not "taken a dive." BUt they
said he "still had fight In him"
when he went down.
The members recommended
Glosa's suspension but withheld
action because a quorum was not
present. The full commission met
yesterday and took full action.
Tom Littleton, Commission
chairman, said Giosa's perform-
ance was "unsatisfactory." The
suspension is good in everv state
but New York, which has its own
boxing commission.
Gaviln Beats
Fritzie Pruden
In Non-Title Go
MILWAUKEE, July 17 (UP)
Kid Gaviln, 146 Vi. of Cuba last
night unanimously decisioned
Fritzie Pruden, 148>4, of St. Ca-
therine, Ontario. Canada in a
ten-round non-title bout in his
first appearance as the new world
welterweight champion.
Gaviln withstood a sturdy at-
tack from Pruden early In the
bout then dominated the contest
with fast footwork and faster
punching to win the nod.
However, the crowd of 9.089
fans, who paid $23.868. both
cheered and booed Gaviln as he
left the ring. After the bout. Ga-
viln said he is ready to defend
his title "any day the Interna-
tional Boxing Club chooses."
The fight was considered a
good tune-up for Oavilan's ap-
Eroaching bout with Billy Ora-
am of New York. Gaviln s man-
ager, remando Balido, said his
fighter will meet Graham in New
York late in August or early Sep-
tember.
Gaviln, who won the title in a
match with Johnny Bratton of
Chicago last May, plastered Pru-
den In the eighth with a flurry of
bolo punches which closed the
Canadian's right eye and had
blood running down his face.
Pruden, popular with the local
crowd, put up a good fight in the
first seven rounds, landing many
left Jabs and hooks and holding
his own during the Infighting.
Gaviln uncorked his flying
bolo punches occasionally but
confined his blows mainly to fast
left jabs. Several times Oavilan's
bolo blows landed around Pru-
den's belt and the crowd scream-
ed, "Low, low."
Oavilan's right ear started
bleeding in the fourth and Pru-
den kept aiming at it with left
hooks but the Cuban's seconds
stopped the flow at the end of the
round and It gave him little fur-
ther trouble.
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American League
TEAMS Wen Last Pet. O.B.
Boston. ... II 3 .614
Chicago. . 61 34 .6M 1
New York. .41 3t .600 Hi
Cleveland. .46 34 .665 %'-j
Detroit . 3C 42 .462 II'*
Washington 34 47 .434 16
Philadelphia 34 66 .465 17'a
St. Louis. . 25 56 .369 25
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Cleveland (N).
New York at Chicago (N).
Philadelphia at Detroit ON).
Washington at St. Louis (T-N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 200 080 0005 9 1
St. Louis 000 207 OOx9 9 1
Kinder (6-l>. Wight, Taylor
and Rosar; Wldmar 4-8) and
Lollar.
New York 240 000 1018 8 0
Detroit 211 000 110 1 0
Schallock. Shea >3-5>. Ostrow-
skiand Berra: Cain (8-7i,8tuart,
White and Ginsberg.
Philadelp'a 003 000 200-^-6 11 0
Chicago 101 223 OOx9 18 0
Shantz (8-71, Kucab, Coleman
and Tlpton; Dobson, Aloma (.3-0),
Dorish and Nlarhos.
Washlngfn 100 000 0012 7 0
Cleveland 200 123 OOx8 14 0
Moreno (2-7). Ferrick and
Guerra; Oromek (3-2) and Ha-
gan.
National League
TEAMS Won Lest Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn . 83 36 .6
New York. 46 39 .641
St. Louis .43 36 .361 V/
Cincinnati 46 39 .566 11
Philadelphia 46 42 .466 IBM
Boston. ... 36 43 .484 15
Chicago .33 43 .464 16 >>
Pittsburgh 32 48 .365 26
TODAY'S GAME6
Chicago at New York.
Cincinnati at Philadelphia. T-N
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (N).
St. Louis at Boston (N).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 400 000 0004 11 1
Boston 200 102 lSx9 12 0
Minner (4-9>. Rush, Leonard
and Owen; Wilson (2-1). Chip-
man and Cooper, St. Claire.
Cincinnati 000 000 020 i 2 1
Brooklyn 100 400 60x11 16 0
Perkowskl (3-4i.Byerly. Erautt
and Howell; Ersklne '9-9> and
Walker.
Pittsburgh 001 102 0206 11 1
New York 220 200 Olx7 7 2
Queen. Walsh, Werle (6-4) and
Garaglola; Jansen. Spencer < 5-1
and Westrum.
(Night Game)
St. Louis............ 2
Philadelphia.......... 5
More Sports
On Page Eight
Royal Crown Beats Albrook,
Lincoln Life Whips Mauricio
In Pacific Basketball Loop
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Won Lost Perc.
Albrook 7 2 .777
Royal Crown 6 3 666
Lincoln Life 4 5 444
Mauricio 1 8 .111
The league-leading Albrook
Flyers had their margin trimmed
to a single game Sundav night
as the Royal Crown Sodamen
handed them- a 62 to 50 defeat
in the feature game of a double-
header played on the courts of
the Balboa Gymnasium. In the
first game, the Lincoln Life In-
surance team kept their chances
alive as they defeated the Mau-
ricio to the tune of 69 to 45.
Mauricio started strong and
held a single point lead over the
Insurances team by the end of
the first quarter, but in the se-
cond quarter the Lincoln Life
team piled up a six point lead,
paced by Wally Trout who drop-
ped In 8 points, and from that
point the Mauricio team never
caught up and they suffered
their eight loss In nine games.
Bob Gibson was high scorer for
the winners with 16 points, closely
followed by Trout with 15 and
Brady with 13, while for the
Mauricio squad, it was Loft and.
Hilzlnger doing the scoring, with
12 points each.
Albrook played their game
without the services of Karl Par-
sell and his absence was felt by
the Flyer as the Royal Crown
team controlled the rebounds
firactlcally unmolested, with Wil-
iams and Arosemena using their
height to full advantage.
The game started slowly, as
Albrook was able to tally only
two field goals for a total of 4
fiolnts in the first quarter, while
he Royal Crown quintet were
doing better, scoring an even
dozen.
Both teams scored 15 point*
during the second quarter and
RoyaJ crown held an 8 point
lead as the second half began,
but Albrook had trimmed this
down to a 2 point margin by the
end of the third quarter and
several times came within a goal
of tying it up. but then the Soda-
men broke loose for a couple of
quick baskets early in the fourth
quarter and built up a comfort-
able lead, which the Flyers were
never able to overcome.
Williams and Arosemena Were
high scorers for the Sodamen
with 19 and 17 points respective-
ly, while Lee and Sclafanl scored
19 and 13 points for the losing
Albrook team. Julio Arosemena
gave the fans something to cheer
about when he made six straight
shots count for goals before he
Iii The
Letter Box
Sports Editor:
The time draws near when the
local Little Leagueiu will be
shoving off for the States In
search of fame and glory. 1 want
to Uke this opportunity to thank
everyone for their generosity
In making the trip possible.
All the major contributions
have been listed in these columns,
with the exception of one, and I
wish to bring that one to your
attention. It was not a sum of
money, but it will contribute
mightily to the success of the
trip. I refer to the fact that,
through the good offices of Saint
Mary's Mission in Balboa, an In-
vitation has been extended to us
to make our headquarters at 8L
Joseph's College, near Princeton,
N. J. Possessing a rural environ-
ment, a gymnasium, an excellent
baseball diamond, swimming
facilities, etc., it should prove
ideal for the purpose, and. in ad-
dition, it will be good for our
budget for the charges are ex-
ported to be modest.
The youngsters are in good
Shape and full of determination
to justify the faith of the people
of the Zone in them.
Yours for success,
W. M. Hmm, President.
Turpln-Robinson
Return Clash Set
For N. Y. Sept 12
LONDON. July 17. (.P.).
Promoter Jack Solomons an-
nounced yesterday that the Ran-
dolph Turpin-Ray Robinson re-
turn fight for the world's middle-
weight championship will take
place In New York Sept. 12 pro-
oablv at the Polo Grounds.
Solomons said the gate receipts
estimated at $500.000 with Tur-
pin's share about $100.000 were
more than he could offer be-
cause the police refused to per-
mit a crowd of over 50,000 in
White City.
In New York however, Pro-
moter Harry Markson said this
date Is not definite.
PLAY SAFE!
When it's PAINT . insist on
TROPIDURA 8
finally missed or try. The box scores: 4he seventh
i
FIRST GAME
Mauricio
FG FT TP
Wentland 3 2 8
Luft 5 I 12
Mills 1 1 3
Cotton 2 0 4
Mlnot 2 2 4
Jilzinger Olhoeft 5 2 13
1 0 2
11 7 4ft
Lincoln Life
FG FT TP
Downing 1 1 3
Gibson e 4 18
Brady 6 1 13
Trout 6 3 15
Kourany 3 2 8
MacArthur, E. 1 1 3
MacArthur, G. 0 1 1
23 13 5
Score by quartet >
MAURICIO 12 2! 31 45
LINCOLN LIFE 11 2i 48 59
SECOND GAME
Albrook
FG FT TP
Lee 7.5 19
Coycault 0 0 0
Danlelson 2 0 4
Chatham 2 0 4
Sclafanl 6 1 13 ,
Ingram 1 2 4
Muto 2 0 4
Fraser 1 0 2
DeWitt 0 0 0
Bonta 0 0 a
21 8 50
Royal Crown
FG FT TP
Brlndell 2 2 ft
Banucci 2 1 ft
Cells 6 N0 10
Williams 8 x3 1
Arosemena 8 1 17
Slbauste 1 1 3
Sonell 1 0 2
27 8 62
Score by quarters :
ALBROOK 4 19 37 3(1
ROYAL CROWN 12 27 39 63
Referees: Kani and Rennlck.
Timer: Baldwin.
Scorer: LeBrun.
Brion Frisco Bound
To Gel Ready For
Return With Louis
NEW YORK. July 17. (UP). I
Argentine fighter Cesar Brlon
leaves Wednesday afternoon for I
San Francisco where he meet*!
Joe Louis for the second time!
Aug. 1 and his manager. Hymlal
Wallman. said the heavy weight I
would fly from New York the fol-1
lowing Saturday. Aug. 4 for Bue-1
nos Aires to visit his parents.
Brlon has been training at
Stillman's Oym here and Wall-
man said he is in very good
shape and 50 per cent Improved I
over his appearance when ha)
met Louis at Chicago Nov. 1950.1
He said If Brlon beats Louisi
that the Argentine would not bal
permitted to fight anyone while I
visiting Argentina because has
would hold out for a champlon-1
ship match here.
He added that if Louis wins,
however, he might be allowed to
fight at least one while In Ar-
gentina to raise some money lor
his family living in Cordoba.
Brlon will be flying via FAMA.|
Charles To Try
For Quick K.O.
Wednesday Night
PITTSBURGH. July 17 (UP)I
Heavyweight Champion Ezzard
Charles, seeking a knockout vic-
tory, hoped to enter the ring "ra-
zor sharp" for his third heavy-
weight fight with Jersey Joe Wal-
cott Wednesday.
Dusty Eszard seemed to b
content with close decision vic-
tories In their two previous 15-
round bouts but now hopes for a
quick knockout.
The brown-skinned Walcott. 37
years old, finished his leather
tossing preparations at nearby
McKeesport yesterday.
Charles, who will be 30 Friday,
said he would try to end his ninth
title defense as ''quickly as possi-
ble."
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DINNER PARTY AT THE GOVERNOR'S HOUSE
TO HONOR AMBASSADOR AND MRS. WILEY
The Governor of The Panama Canal and Mr. Frnheta K.
Newcomer will ye dinner Thursday evening at the Gov-
ernor's House on Balboa Heights In honor of the new United
State* Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. John Cooper .Wiley
who arrived this morning from New York.
Ambassador and Mrs. Wiley were accompanied to Pana-
ma by the Countess Schonvalof who will be tnelr house guest
at the Embassy Residence on La Cresta.
General and Mrs. Morris to Honor
Visitors from Washington
The commander-in-chief. Ca-
ribbean Command. Lt. William
H. H. Morris. Jr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris, have issued Invitations tor a
reception which they will give
Saturday at 7 p.m. at the Com-
manding General's Quarters on
Quarry Heights. The reception
will honor the vlce-chiei of staff.
United States Army, General
Wade Hampton Halsllp and Mrs.
Halsllp and Colonel and Mrs.
Richard Stelnbach, all of Wash-
ington, D.C. General and Mrs.
Halsllp and Colonel and Mrs.
Stelnbach are scheduled to arrive
here Saturday for a visit of four
or five days as the house guests
of General and Mrs. Morris.
Parties to Honor
Admiral Greer
Rear Admiral Marshall Greer.
commandant of the 10th Naval
District with Headquarters at
San Juan Puerto Rico and com-
mandant of the Caribbean Sea
Frontier arrived today for a short
visit to the Isthmus. He is sched-
uled to leave Thursday morning.
The commandant of the Fif-
teenth Naval District, Rear Ad-
miral Albert M. Bledsoe and Mrs.
Bledsoe, are giving a dinner to-
night at the commandant's quar-
ters on the Balboa Naval Reser-
vation in honor of Admiral Greer.
Admiral Greer will be the guest
of honor at a dinner to be given
Wednesday evening at Hotel El
Panama by the commander-in-
chlef. Caribbean Command and
Mrs. William H. H. Morris.
Mrs. Alemn Visitor
in Panama
Mrs. Alberto Alemn, wife of
the Panamanian Ambassador to
Ecuador, arrived recently from
Quito for a visit with relativas in
Panama.
Reception Today Celbrate*
Spanish Holiday
The Spanish Ambassador to
Panama and the Countess de Ra-
bago have issued Invitations for a
reception to be given today from
11 am. to 1 p.tn. in the Bella Vis-
ta Room of Hotel El Panama on
the occasion of the celebration of
the Spanish National Day.
Colonel Wood Host
at Dinner Party
Colonel Oliver Wood of Wash-
ington, D.C, who is the house
guest of Lt. General and Mrs.
William H. H. Morris at Quarry
Heights, entertained at dinner
Sunday evening at Hotel El Pan-
ama, v
Visitors Returning
to California
After a stay of two weeks in
Panama with her parents, Rev.
and Mrs. Louis Fiske. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Reagan plan to leave
tomorrow for their home In Los
Angeles, California.
At Santa Clara
Mrs. J. M. Byrne of Curundu
Heights and her nieces. Miss Pat-
ty Ruth Cassetty and Miss Mary
Jo demons, plan to spend sev-
eral days this week at Santa Cla-
ra Beach.
Dinnei Party
at Quarry Heights
Colonel and Mrs. George K.
Withers entertained 26 guests at
dinner last evening at their resi-
dence on Balboa Heights.
Guests at
Spanish Legation
The Spanish Minister to Pana-
ma and the Countess Rabauo have
as their guests at the Legation,
GO Pundit Declares Cutting
Strengthens Price Curbs
WASHINGTON. July 17 (UP)
Rep. Jesse P. Wolcott, R., Mich.,
said today wage-price controls
will be "strengthened" by drastic
changes Uae House is making in
Preiident Truinan's proposal* for
extending the defense production
law,
He charged that a "campaign
of untruth and calumny" Is be-
ing waged in an effort to show
that Republicans and Southern
Democrats are "sabotaging" the
controls bill.
Wolcott, ranking GOP member
of the House Banking Committee,
issued the statement as the House
prepared to begin its second week
of voting on the amendment-rid-
dled bill. Administration forces,
reeling under a series of defeats
on key Items, had little hope of
getting a measure resembling Mr.
Truman's requests.
Administration leaders expect
a showdown today on the crucial
issue of Price Administrator Mi-
chael V. DISalie's rollback powers.
The GOP-Democratlc coalition
is confident lt nan.bar rollbacks
on food and other agricultural
prices.
Democratic chiefs concede de-
feat on the issue but hope to sal-
vage DISalie's authority to roll-
back certain manufacturing
prices. They also hope to defeat a
coalition drive to cancel the 10-
per cnt beef rollback already In
effect.
The existing rollback plus two
others of 4-'/z per cent on Aug. 1
and Oct. 1 had been aimed at
forcing an eight to 10 per cent
cut in retail beef prices.
Wolcott agreed that the bill
now shaping up in the house will
not make the President very
happy, but he said that Is be-
cause Mr. Truman tried to
"hitchhike a free ride for a num-
ber of pet socialistic schemes."
He said some of the Adminis-
tration's controls requests were
"totally unrelated" to the present
inflationary problem.
As examples, he cited the re-
quest for authority to set up
Government owned defense
plants and to pay food produc-
tion subsidies to hold down retal'
food costs. The House defeated
both proposals last week.
Wolcott said the food subsidy
proposal was an attempt to
"snenk in the IM-p--- dlted Brannan (farm) Plan."
their son and daughter-in-law,
the Secretary of the Spanish Em-
bassy in Ecuador and Mrs. Rafael
de los Casares.
The Minister and his family
moved recently from Hotel El Pa-
nama to the Legation on Plaza
Bellsario Porras in the Exposition
Grounds.
Mrs. Starred
Returns from U.8.
Mrs. Henry A. Starrett of Cu-
rundu returned yesterday from a
visit of several weeks with rela-
tives in Pennsylvania and West
Virginia.
Lutheran Women Meets
The League of Lutheran Wom-
en is holding a sewing bee at the
home of Mrs. M. W. Batterman,
217c West Bank Naval Station, to-
morrow at 10 a.m.
Mrs. Peterson's
Funeral Services
In Cristobal Today
Funeral services were to be held
at 2:30 p.m. today at the New
Cristobal Union Church for Mrs.
Dorothy Peterson of New Cristo-
bal who died Sunday afternoon
at Colon Hospital after a long Ill-
ness. Mrs. Peterson was 33 years
old.
Burial at Mount Hope Ceme-
tery was to follow the church
services. The fallowing have been
announced as pallbearers: Lloyd.
Herbert and Robert Peterson,
Reggie D. Armstrong, W. C. Bain.
Walter and L. B. Hunnlcutt and
Hubert Jarman.
Mrs. Peterson Is survived by
her husband, Walter G. Peterson,
sausage maker with the Com-
missary Division at Mount Hope,
three young children, Diane,
Skipper and Rickey, her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George Eder, of
Dunellen. New Jersey, a sister,
Mrs. William Gorman, also of
Dunellen. and a brother, E. E.
Eder of New Cristobal.
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Of Lt. Colonels
A recent order by the Depart-
ment Of The Army, announced
temporary promotions from Ma-
jor to Lieutenant Colonel, of the
following named officers In the
U.8. Army Caribbean:
The officers promoted were,
Floyd D. Gattls. PaulC. Gauger,
Jr., William T. Gordon. Alvln R.
Hlllebrand, Myron T. Johnston.
Weldon E. Lalche, Moody E. Lay-
field. Jr., Samuel B. Magruder,
Raymond O. Manasco. Severino
Martinez, Jr., Robert E- Mathe,
Donald W. Mather. Walter R.
Mullane. Richard L. Norton,
Ralph J. w. Oswald, George I.
Ressegule. Darrie H. Richards. Al-
bert D. Schutz. Robert S. Staf-
ford. Fred G. Stelner. John W.
VanHoy Jr., and John J. Nagle.
Funeral Services
For Capt. Holt
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for the late
Captain Lee R. Holt will be held
at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow at the
First Baptist Church. Balboa
Heights. They will be conducted
by Rev. William Buby and as-
sisted by Rev. Lee Edwards.
Pallbearers .are Messrs Jerry
Combs. Cecil High, Mike Dew. Ed.
Perry. Joe Christopher, Dr. Har-
old Bradford. Sgt. Joe England
and Capt. Jack Carey.
The family has announced
that all friends who desire to
view the remains may do so from
3 to 4 pm. tomorrow at Gorgas
Chapel.
Interment will be at Coroznl
Cemetery following the church
service.
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Cancerous Mother, TB Father
Bring Twin Babes From Hills
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., July 17
(UP). Doctors said today they
can save the lives of the
starving Infant twins of a po-
verty-stricken and disabled hill
country couple although one
child Is too weak to drink sips
of boiled water.
Helen and Harold Nicely 'could
hardly raise their hands" when
brought to Knoxvtlle general
hospital and put on an intra-
venous diet rich In natural food
minerals. The five-month -old
babies also received blood trans-
fusions to halt their malnutri-
tion.
The twins' mother. Mrs. Fred
Nicely of Liberty Hill, Tenn., Is
Vandenburg Sees
Mutual Benefit
In US-UK Jet Work
LONDON, July 17 (LPS>
Chief of the U. 8. Air Force,
General Hoyt Vandenburg. said
today that he had been "tre-
mendously impressed" by Brit-
ish work on the development of
jet aircraft.
On some thing* the United
Kingdom and the U. 8. were
making two different types of
approach. General Vandenburg
said. This was a very healthy
thing because "we have some-
thing to give them and they
have something to give us."
later." said the business man-
ager. "It would have been mur-
der to turn them away."
Dr. Schofleld said the twins
"arc getting along fine," al-
though they are sull too weak
to kick or make normal baby
noises. There, were no toys in
their cribs and they could have
no visitors.
Both babies were suffering
from diarrhea when brought to
the hospital, and Dr. Schofleld
said they may have contracted
tuberculosis from their father.
They were given tuberculin skin
tests and will be X-rayed when
their condition Improves.
The twins were born prema-
turely in a charity ward and
taken home to live with their
four sisters and brothers, aged
11, 9, 5 and 4. Nicely had been
caring for hia brood since the
33-year-old mother is virtually
bedridden.
Nicely contracted tuberculosis
about a year ago and his condi-
tion was found to be getting
worse when a mobile X-rav unit
passed through the county re-
cently. But he stubbornly in-
sisted the disease "doesn't both-
rr me and I don't want to leal*
home."
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oil dluy. htvi pain* aroaa*.
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rallaf from thtaa danearoui vma-
toma with HTNOU Ask 5
ehamlat for HTNOX to4ay and Seat
raara -auuar la a raw aa#i
being treated for cancer in an-
other wing of the hospital. The
father, an Illiterate farmer, has'
tuberculosis but has refused
treatment.
Dr. John W. Schofleld said the
baby boy would be given "slips
of boiled water" today and a
little skimmed milk tomorrow.
"The girl Is still too weak for
normal feeding."
The mother brought the in-
fants here and appealed to the
hospital to save them. She said
they had been refused welfare
assistance.
"They looked horrible and
were the worst cases of ad-
vanced malnutrition I have ever
seen," said hospital business
manager Robert T. Mynatt. The
twins weighed about 10 pounds
each.
Mynatt said the f:t her visited
the hospital yesterday, but had
returned to the family's two-
room house in the hills of
Grainger County.
"He wanted to know why he
couldn't take the babies home
with him," said Mynatt.
"They're a pretty clannish sort
of people up there and don't
like the Idea of the babies be-
ing here in the hospital."
Mynatt sought a guarantee of
expenses for the babies as char-
ity patients, but Grainger
County Judge C. T. Cabbage
said the county had not made
an appropriation for such a
contingency.
"We'll worry about the bill
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fAGE SIX
THI PANAMA
.K.T IfTWSPAPEB
TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1951
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LEWIS SERVICE
No. 4 Tlvoll A.,
f honr t-Sl
KIOSK UE LESSEPS
Cinuai.
MORRISON'S
No. 4 fourth of Julr v
fhone t-*441
BOTICA CARLTON
It.ttt Meleodes A.,
fho.e 254Colea.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
No S5 West I2lb Street,
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No 57 "H" SliHtruuai
No. 12.171 Central An.Colo.
Minimum for
12 word
3* each addition!
word.
FOR SALE
Automobile*
** SALE:"41" Plymouth convert-
ible, $375. Call Coroiol 85-2150.
between 5-7 p. m.
XDP SALE:1950 Ford 2 door se-
-^on in excellent condition. Only
.000 mile. Price $1.300. Coll
Ancn 2-6371 or call ot Building
356 Apt. 16 in Ancon.
FOR SALETwo dump-trucks Stude-
b.ktr 1947 for $1.500.00. new
Tires, no botteries bring your own
If interested. Coll Ponamo 3-0706
Ot 41st Street sond pit. Best bar-
goin in the motket.
WANTED:Will poy cash tor 1941
or 42 pick-up. Coll ttolboo 3230.
FOR SALE1939 Oldsmobile, 2-Door
Sedan, duty paid, very good condi-
tion. $250.00. 1941 Pontioc, very
good condition, $300.00. House
147-B New Cristobal, phone 3-
1571._______________
FOR SALE:1950 "Golden Anniver-
sary" Packord 4-door sedan, ultra-
matic. leather upholstery, perfect
condition, borgain ot $1,975.00.
1951 Morris Minor convertible,
leother upholstery. 35 miles per
gallon. Good condition. Sl.0j0.00.
Coll 3-2523 (Cristobal).________
FOR SALE:Studeboker Commander
A-l condition throuqhout, new up-
holsttry. Barqoin. Phone 2-2112.
Via Espaa 2034._________'
FOR SALE '
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE
Household
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OfFERS STRUCTURE FOR
SALE
For sole io the highest bidder. Build-
ing No. 330 IChogres Clubhouse),
Gatun, Sealed bids will be received in
the office of the Superintendent of
Storehouses at Balboa yntil 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, ond
the Housing Managers at Cristobal
ond Gotyn.
FOR SALE: Piono upright Grand,
small, 6 Pc. wicker livingroom set.
gos stove, youth bed. Phone 916,
Colon,
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wove, $7.50.
Why hove a home permanent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you can have o
professionol one complete for only
$7.50! It will lost longer. .and
look better! 'These can be had
Monday thru Thursday. Moke your
appointment eorly! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
FOR SALE:__Sturdy construction 65
ft. long lounch 2 Ciesel motor en-
gines 150 H. P. each. Shrimper
cargo passenger. Tel. 2-2252.
LESSONS
Drese Weites School of 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 SALE:9 foot Westinghouse
refrigerator. $100; Easy Spindrier
washer $75. Both 25 cycle. Phone
Posey. Balboa 2698.
FOR SALE:3 piece upholstered liv-
ingroom set, silverware, service 12
persons. Phpne 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:Easy Spindrier semi-au-
tomatic wash machine, 1950 mo-
del. 25 cycle motor, $150.00. Ft.
Kobbe. Qtrs. 89, telephone 84-
6170.
Playoff Positions
Sol For USArCarib
Basketball Tourney
Drawings for playoff positions
in,the U. 8. Army Caribbean (Pa-
nam Area! Basketball Tourna-
ment of 1951. were held in the
new Fort Clayton gymnasium
, Monday (July 16) morning.
Representatives of all contest-
ing units were present during the
drawing, which waa conducted by
-Lt. Col. H. H. Bevlngton, of Spe-
' cial 8ervices Section, Fort Ama-
dor. The game scheduled for this
week is as follows:
Tuesday, July 17, at 8:30 p.m.
In the Fort Clayton Gym: Hq. Hq. Special Troops will play Co.
"D" of the 33rd Infantry. Follow-
ing In quick succession will be
Sames between Reg. Hq. of the
3rd vs. Medical Detachment Fort
Clavton: and then Hq. and Serv-
ice Co. 45th Recon. Bn. Is pitted
against Hq. Battery 65th Group.
Wednesday. Thursday and Fri-
day there will be two games each
evening beginning at 7 o'clock.
The championship game of this
single elimination tournament
will begin at 8:00 p.m.. Saturday
night, July 21 Trophies will be
presented the winning team and
members at the close of play Sat-
urday evening.
A section of the bleachers will
be reserved each evening for
members of the unit, whose team
Is competing. 2000 seats are
available, and there Is plenty of
parking space.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Bilbo* Divieien
AI.ZAC BROS, a CO Inc.
VS
THE M V. REPBLICA DE
COLOMBIA."
tier engines, machinery, etc.. and
against FI.OTA MERCANTE GRAN-
CCLOMBIANA, S. A .
la a eause of cargo lose and damage,
civil and maritime.
ADMIRALTY
No SS80
CITATION
WHEREAS, on the ISth da; of July,
Itsi. William J. Sheridan, Jr.. Proetor
for Libelan!. Belur Broi, Co.. lar.
tiled Bern Libel in the Diatrict Court of
the United States for lhe District of the
Canal Zone galnai Ihe M. V. "Re-
pablica de Colombia." her engine*, ma-
chine-y. etc.. and again- FI.OTA MER-
CANTE GRANCOI.OMBIANA. S. A. in
a rsuse of cargo lota and damage, civil
aad maritime:
AND WHEREAS, by irlue of pro-
cess in due form of law. to me directed.
returnable on the 30th day of July.
lf&l. I have aeized and taken the aaid
II, S. 'Repblica de Colombia' and have
be'r in gay cuatody:
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that a
Diatrict Court will be held in the Vnited
Btatea Court Kojoai. in the city of An-
ton. Canal Zone, on the 3oth day of
*"jnly. 19*1. for the trial of aaid pre-
ga!***, and Ihe owne- or owner, and
all person who may hate or claim any
tntarett. ar* hereby cited to be and ap-
pear at th* time ami [-: e aforesaid, to
ahow cauae, i' any Jher have, why a
final decrea ahoti'd not : a prayed.
JOHN E. lit shim.
United* Blutea Marabal
FOR SALE: Baby crib, $40.00;
Child's wardrobe, $25.00; Sim-
mons Studio Couch. $49.00; Boby
Bosket with legs, Pad, $5.50;' Baby
Bathinette, $3 00; Boby Cor Bed,
Pod, $1.00; Table ond 2 choirs.
$4.00, mohogony, pointed white;
3 green blinds for duplex, $3.00;
High choir, $10.00; Large Green
Blind. $4.00; Electric Fon, $10.-
00; Bendix Washer, 25 Cyl. $180.
Porch Swing, $2.00; Maple Floor
Lamp. $2.00; Children's Congo-
leum. 9 x 12, $10.00; Couch
Frame, Ciox Springs, Mattress, $15.
00; Norge, all porceloin refriger-
ator, 9 ft. 25 Cylr. $75.00; Glass
top Coffee Table, $2.00; Cor radio
for '49, '50. '51. Pontioc. $50.00.
Mahogany desk, $50.00; Eleven
piece bomboo livingroom sef, $275.
00; Mahogany diningroom set,
$225.00; Mahogcny diningroom
set, $225.00; Mahogany bedroom
set, $250.00. 722-A Nicobar Ave..
MISCELLANEOUS
Oa yen have a annkinf problem?
Write Alcohelici Anonymous
Box 2031 Ancon, C Z.
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottages.
Two badrooms Frigidaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:Leica 3-F with new flesh
attochment. Complete for $225.
Ancon 2-6371 or Bid. 356 Apt
16.
Mothen, JUMNNG-JACK Children
shoes give young feet the right
start, from cradle to 4 years, sold
exclusively1 at iABYLANDIA. No.
. 40. 44th Street, Bella Visto. Tel.
3-1259
THE PANAMA CANAL OFFIRS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids will be received until
10:30 A. M., July 19. 1951. on I
Oil Tank, U. S. No. 168. copocify
934 barrels, located at Mt. Hope,
telephone 3-1826, 1 Chevrolet Se-
dan, located at Cristobal Storehouse
telephone 3-1256. and 3 Centrifugal
Pumps, located at Section I, Balboa
Storehouse, telephone 2-2720. Bid
forms moy be obtained from the
office of the Superintendent of Store-
houses, telephone 2-2777.
FOR SALE:12 foot boat with top,
5 HP Johnon outboard, excellent
condition, $185.00. Standard elec-
tric portable sewing machine, $50.
00. Trombone $30.00. Phone
Cristobal 2375. House 199 New
Cristbal,
WANTED
Automobile*
Cocoli,_C. Z.
Wanted
Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY: Refrigerator,
25 cycle. Willing to pay up to
$100.00. Coll Fort Gulick 88-220
between 8 o. m. 4:00 p. m.
WANTED TO BUY:Fords. Chev-
rolets. Mercurys. Coupes and Se-
rte 194fi 1947 1948
1949 1950 1951. We offer
good prices. Tel. 3-0035 or Vio
Beluario Porros, Estaction SAS.
RESORTS
Phillips. Beach cottages, Sonto Clora.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ppnom
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
Tiny cottage, almost new. Two, three
people.' Countrystyle comforts. Pri-
vacy. Near village. Wonderful
climate. Friti Mdrti, El Volcan,
Chirlqui, Panama.
Gramiich'i Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 ot 4-567
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Chalet, Via Porros No.
64; Livingroom, diningroom, two
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, maid's
room, kitchen, venetlon blinds,
lamps, terrace and garage. Tele-
phone 3-1863.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished 3 room
apartment, separata, 'maid's room.
Three months' lease. $125.00
month.' Morysol Apts. 73-A Justo
Arosemeno Ave, Near U. S. Em-
bassy. Call 2-2341.
FOR RENT:Modern two bedroom
apartment with livingroom-dining-
room. on Tivoll Avenue No. 18,
ocross from Ancon Post Office.
Tel. 2-1032, Mr. Correros.
FOR RENT:Small furnished oport-
ment or room. Excellent location.
Modern conveniences. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENTTwo bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom, screened, $60.
.00. I Entrance of San Francisco)
Kev 85 Cuba Avenue. Phone 3-
0841.
Position Offered
Gill Service Co. wonts expert me-
chanic, 'tires and grease man, me-
chanic's helper. Report to our Bus
dispatching office, Tivoli U, S, O.
FOR RENTOnjtbedroom unfurnish-
ed, ample ancr'mbdern apartment
Garoge. 168 Vfia Belisario Porras.
FOR RENTFurnished two bedroom
. apartment. Bello Vista, olso boche-
lor apartment, Tel. 3-1648.
COMMERCIAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We Have Just Received
the last shipment of
GLASS FISHIN0 RODS
we will be able to net while
"UNCLE JOE" aits so.
We also have
A large assortment of talrh
quality
HUNTING KNIVES
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central AVe.
Tel. 3-0140.
Mr. & Mrs. Canal Zone:
rat (i suit.* sur-iovuM .
our haw-rtMB. Custom built farnl-
!!!* " "P**"!1' See our Deco.
ritor Fabric*. Free Kstlmaie* N*.
JONAL 1-PHOl.STFIIT (7h~a.) /
New Telephone S-4RS
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 39th St
LEICA CAMERAS
Model UIF Synchronised
LENSES ACCESSORIES
AT BELOW C.S. PRICES.
Direct C.Z. Shipments
At Factory Price*.
PORRAS
Plata 6 d> Mayo
Panam. R. P.
FOR RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
livinjjroom, diningroom, both, hot
water, kitchen, garage, at' SOUSA
BUILDING. Information oport-
ment P. 44 street Bella Vista No.
37.
USING HIS HEAD-A Yank
infantryman of the Third Divi-
sion adopts a trick from the na-
tive Koreans, hiking toward the
front with his light pack bal-
anced atop his head. (. S.
Army photo from NEA-Acme.)
Lepal Notice
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Balboa Division
IN THE MATTER OK THE ESTATE
OP
Martha Elisabeth Ha-t.
Deceased
Na t06. Probat*
NOTICE OK TIME SET FOR PROVING
WILL. AND HEARING APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS
NOTICE ia hereby given that a pe-
tition for th* probate of the will of
MARTHA ELIZABETH HART. deceased:
and for the issuance of Utter of admi-
nistration with the nil] annexed to th*
i'ublir Administrator of the Canal Zona
was filed in this Court on July SI, llil
and that July IT. 18*1. at V o'clock a.
I a., in the Courtroom vt this Court at
Ancon, (nal Zone, ha been *t for
ihe hearing of said petition, when and
I a/her* any per.on interested may appear
and contest the lam... and ahow cauae.
| if any. why said petition should not b*
granted.
Dated at Ancon. Canal Zone, thi*
July . ltd.
I Seal
C. T. M.CORMICK, Jr.
Clerk of Court
By R. F. WIRTZ
Deputy Clerk of Court
NEAT FIGURE The Michi-
gan State ice arenas summer
season runs through Aug. 25.
Figure skaters from all over the
mid-west will be there, many of
them, like Virginia Baxter,
training for the national cham-
pionships and Olympic trials a
few months off. Misa Baxter,
, Michigan State student, U na-
tionally ranked. (NEA) ._^
Diablo Camera Club
Meeting Thursday
To Feature Slides
. The Diablo Camera Clv/'s co-
lor slide photographers will hold
their monthly meeting Thursday
at eight p.m., in the club's
building on Hains Street In Dia-
blo Heights. Competition for the
evening will cover color slides
taken In the United States,
east of th* Mississippi River.
Prizes will be awarded to the
winners in the two groups of
competition.
The six color slides entered
In the June contest held by
the Photographic Soteiety of
America, judged at Milwaukee.
Wisconsin, will be shown. Two
honorable mentions, won by
Jesse F. Gregg and L. F. Kridle,
put the local club fifteenth
from the top In the final stand-
ing in the series of contests
Just ended. The Diablo Club
competed with 02 clubs In the
United States.
The special feature of the
meeting will be a presentation
of a color slide travelogue of a
States' trip, and a lecture on
the use of the Polaroid filter
In the tropics, by Capt. Edward
Day. Captain Day Is a diligent
worker in color slide photo-
graphy and his program pro-
mises to be entertaining and
educational.
Guests are Invited to the meet-
ing.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all la well,
A job ron found, at we can tell!
our Want Ad you answered to a
Soon tou'U be president, wait n
tee! r
Cargo Plane Forced
Down At Kingston
With Engine Trouble
A Pan-American C-48 Cargo
Plane was delayed one hour en
route to Miami from Barran-
quilla this morning when the pi-
lot made an unscheduled stop at
Kingston, Jamaica, due to engine
trouble.
When the plane was one hour
out of Jamaica, flying at 1,000
feet, an engine failed. Landing
in Jamaica at 8:45 a.m. repairs
were made and the plane resum-
ed its journey.
Before the plane was reported
safe in Jamaica, the Air Traf-
fic Control alerted a 1st Air
Rescue B-17 which was airborne
at 6:25. However 20 minutes later
the rescue plane returned to Al-
brook after the report had been
received that the C-4fl had land-
ed.
flolieifte*
with Zclaa tensar f 1,S
Mad. It
0 Now with tyncro eooipur shut-
ter allows lyncronlulion till
|/MMh of a second, new com-
bination back aceontoaa ting
bath the S 1/2 a S 1/1 and 1 a
1 1/2 ni h picture sis*.
Vou are cordially Invited la
lrapert the latest model.
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY Inc.
(adjoining International Hotel)
and Camera store
(Lobby Hotel El Panam)
DR. CARL AHLTEEN-
CrUROPRACTOR
20 Tlvoll Ava Ant I
Office Tel. 2-3317 Home 3-4K7
HOURS: Monda; thru erldaj
t lo 12 a.m.
Meada?, ffedaeaday. rburada?
to I p oi
Saterda*' t am le I a a
ALADDIN-
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
0 Candle Power of Modern White
Light. Burn 50 Hours On 1 (al. of
Kerosene. Uses M"o AIR Only f.
KEROSENE. Absolutely Safe II
cannot Explode Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panam.
All Paris Available.
Oa Sal* la All HARDWARE and
Fl'RNITI'RI' Stores
Distributors:
W0N0 CHANO, S. A.
( oln tth St. A Balboa Ava.
Tal MS
Panana. 13 Central Ava.
Tel. 2-2tg;
*>.
THE LSU Tiger's TRANSITION from the bayo
complete last niftht when the first classes of
and Amador. At Port Kobbe William Highsm
struct on Mondays and Fridays. Seated in the
George R. Stanley, from Rodman. Marine Lt.
Army Major Richard 3. Rawllnjrs, of Fort Kob
the Importance of maintaining the high stand
"We realize that dutv will sometimes ca
not allow anything to lower the prestige of cr
watering down, no lessening of requirements,
the campus. Therefore vou will have to main
student. You will have to work hard, but we
garded as nothing less that a full-fledged coll
"Perhaps more than anything else we w
ganda course. There will be no holds barred,
that a diversity of views can be expressed in
us of Louisiana to the jungles of Panama waa
the extension college were held at Forts Kobb
ith, left, outlined the history course he will In
front row, left to right, are Navy Seaman
John D. Counselman. also from Rodman, and
be. In his opening lecture Hlghsmith stressed
ard of LSU education. He said:
11 vou away from this classroom, but we can-
edits from the University. There will be no
This will be the same course as that held on
tain the same efficiency as the normal college
feel sure that you will appreciate being re-
ege student.
ill learn about people. This is not a propa-
It is perhaps the strength of our democracy
such a classroom."
(Official U.S. Army Photo)
In And Out Sheriff Of Miami
Faces Tax Evasion Charges
s
Don't cough and cough, strangle, gasp
tad choke ao bad that you can hardly
breathe or alaepdon't suffer another
day from Broncaltlo or Asthma, without
trying Mendaee. This gr*at Internal
medicine, recently developed by a
acleutlflc American laboratory, worka
through the blood, thua reaching your
langa and bronchial lubes. That's why
Mendaee worka ao taat to help you three
waya. 1. Holpa natura dlaaolva and n.
anova thick etrangllng mm-ua. ] Pro-
anot*a free eaay breathing auid sound
aleeu ao you noon feel O.K. >. Quietly
alleviates coughing, wheeling, sneez-
ing. Oet Mendaee from your druggist
today, tea how much bettor you may
sleep tonight and how gauea, baiter y*
By FRANK EIDGE, JR.
MIAMI, Fla., July 17 (UP).The Federal Government .slap-
ped three income tax indictments on "Smiling Jimmy" Sullivan
yesterday, a year after the ex-sheriff of Miami spent a sweating
six hours before the Senate Crime Committee that led to his
downfall.
Sullivan and his wife, Ethel, were only two Indicted on- In-
come tax charges by a Federal Grand Jury that cracked down
in the "big fry." .....,
The list also included Miami Beach city councilman Wlllliam
Burbridge, five members of the Miami Beach S. *% G. bookmak-
ing syndicate and Gordon Williams of Fort Lauderdale, associate
of the late Sheriff Walter Clark of Broward County.
Two counts charged Sullivan
alone with evading payment of
income taxes for 1946 and 1947.
A third charged evasion by both
he and his wife in a Joint re-
turn for 1948.
In the three-year period, the
Sulllvans reported earnings to-
taling $31,816.85, whereas the
government estimated their In-
come at $77,398.81.
The Indictments were made for
both criminal and civil prosecu-
tion. In the civil case, the Sul-
llvans will be presented a bill for
$31,494.70 which the government
said they owe in- unpaid taxes
plus penalties for the three years.
The handsome ex-sheriff and
his wife post $5,000 bonds each
with the U.S. marshal as did
most of the other defendants.
Burbridge was said to be in Bra-
zil with permission of the Trea-
sury Department.
The Miami Beach councilman,
who once toid Senate crime in-
vestigators that racketeer Harold
Salvey was a "personal friend"
and business associate, was
charged with evading Income
taxes totaling $31,252.61 In the
three years 1945 through 1947.
8alvey and four other S. St O.
members, Jules Levitt, Samuel
Cohen, Charles Friedman and
Edward Rosenbaum. were indict-
ed on charges of destroying re-
cords In connection with their in.
come taxes. Salvey, Levitt and
Friedman were indicted a month
ago along with Sam Friedman of
the syndicate on charges of
evading Income taxes.
Williams, a partner of the late
Sheriff Clark In a firm that
handled coin-operated machines,
evaded a total of $50,246.01 in-
come taxes for 1946-47, the gov-
ernment charged.
Testimony before the crime
committee last year revealed the
company reported earnings from
Illegal slot machines and Bolita
lottery operations.
Sullivan's testimony to the
Senate crime probers last year
that the $2,500 he had In the
bank as a traffic cop grew to
"about $70.000" in three years &s
sheriff set federal Internal re-
venue agents on his trail. The
testimony also resulted in his
suspension, but Gov. Fuller War-
ren later restored him to office
amid a storm of protest.
Three days before the crime
committee returned to Miami last
month. Sullivan resigned his of-
fice and refused to tell the com-
mittee anything about his fin-
ances on the ground lt would In-
criminate him. However, his wife
admitted to the Investigators be-
hind closed doors that she had
dipped Into her husband's cam-
paign funds In 1944 and 1948 to
buy real estate for her relatives.
Legion Commander Cocke
Predicts GIs For Iran
Rough Grading In
New Housing Area
In Ancon Completed
Rough grading has been com-
pleted by the Municipal Divi-
sion in the Ancon Boulevard-
Chagres Street area of Ancon.
where houses are to be built
in the 1952 fiscal year.
Ancon Boulevard from Chamo
Street to Mlndi Street, which
was closed while the grading
was in progress, was reopened to
traffic Friday.
The preliminary site prepara-
tion work which is now being
completed Included changes and'
expansion of the drainage sys-
tem for the area.
Plans for the,water and sani-
tary systems, fine grading, final
site preparation and street de-
velopment has been started by
the Civil Engineering Branch of
the Engineering Division.
It is expected that these de-
signs will be completed so that
contracts for the work can ba
awarded about the end of the>
year.
Present plans anticipate that!
about 50 to 60 apartments will
be constructed In this section,
starting in the next dry season.
Ancon Boulevard, which was
paved from the San Juan area to
the Christian Science Church
when houses were built in the
San Juan area last year, will be
repaved from the Christian
Science Church to Frangipant
Street in the new development. ,
X new street will be con-
structed through the area tha*
will connect Ancon Boulevard
with Roosevelt Avenue, and!
Chagres Street will be extended,
from the east end of the old
Corral Area to connect with th
new street.
COLUMBIA. 8. C. July 17 (UP)
Former Secretary of State James
F. Byrnes and American Legion
commander Erie Cocke, Jr., yes-
terday called for toughness in
the Korean peace talks and
Cocke said U. S. troops may go
to Iran.
In separate speeches before
the South Carolina American
Legion. Byrnes and Cocke called
for a firm policy by the U.' S.
and the U. N. In the current Ko-
rean peace negotiations.
Byrnes, now Governor of South
Carolina, said "we must not
give one foot of ground we now
occupy to the Communists." And
Cocke said the cease-fire, if lt
comes, must be "on our grounds
not the Communists'."
Cocke said there Is a "great
possibility and a great like-
lihood" that American troops
will be sent to the Iranian oil
hot spot. He said the oil areas
of the Mediterranean cannot be
allowed to tall into Communist
hands.
"Don't be alarmed if Amer-
ican troops are sent into that
area," he said. *
The Geornia-born legion com-
mander said: "We are fed up
with the way the Korean war
has been run." He said any Ko-
rean peace must be on our
terms.
Cocke warned that the Amer-
ican people must not relax in
their effots to rearm if peace
Is restored in Korea. He said:
"Apathy has been costly to us
In three wars."
Byrnes also warned against
a let-down In the nation's mo-
bilization if the peace talks are
successful. He said the Rus-
sians respect only force.
Byrnes said the nation must
remain strong economically. He
said we should continue to arm
Western Europe but "should quit
trying to play Santa Claus to
the world."
Cocke praised Byrnes' role as
Secretary of State and called
him "an outstanding American."
"Had we followed his policies
advanced when he was secret-
ary of State, we would have
been In a better position today."
he said.
NAVY TAKES OVER
NEWPORT, R. I,. (UP).His-
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Navy after more than 150 years
in the Army. Declared surplus
by the Army, it was claimed by
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operations.
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ger 3d Class, poises in tha door-
way of a plane before dropping
of? for her sixth and qualifying
parachute jump. The 27-year-
old 'chutist won her new rating
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TUESDAY. JULY 17. 1M
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| i AN COCHO DINNER PARTY
Mr. and Mm. Albert Stevenson entertained >t thtlr borne
on 7th St. in Colon Sunday evening with a Sancocho dinner
Their guest wore: Captain and Mra. L. L. Koepke, Col-
onel and Mr. Jame Pumpelly, Mr. and Mr. Walter Hunni-
cuti. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilson of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs.
James Salterio, Major and Mr. Hollis Prels, Mr. Joel Ben-
jamln, Mr. Guillermo Zurita, Mr. Carlos A. Vaccaro, Captain
and Mr. Jose Torres, Captain and Mrs. J. N. Nieves, Captain
and Mrs. Antonio Quesada, Captain and Mrs. John Hipson,
Captain and Mrs. Juan R. Sioi. Lieutenant and Mrs. Frank
Lindgre, Lieutenant and Mrs. Victor M. Marques, Mr. and
Mr. Francisco Mendes, Mr. and Mr. Fernando Lara, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Fuentes, Mr. and Mr*. Jorge Santiago, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Romulo Emiliani, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfredo Guevara, Mrs. Idah Pelaes, Miss Adelida Lopez and
Mis Anna Teresa Benjamin.
Atlantic Side Members Attend
[tut Department Convention
American Legion
A large group o Atlantic Side
members attended the Depart-
ment convention o the Ameri-
can Legion and Auxiliary which
ivas held at the Balboa Legion
iome during the weekend.
Among those present Sunday
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Cor-
bett, Mr .and Mrs. Waldo Ollley,
An. Hollis Orifon, Mrs. Roscoe
:. Crump, Mr. G..C. Gravatt,
dri. R. G. Bush. Mr..and Mrs.
.YeUon Magner, Mr. and Mrs.
John McDermott. Sgt. and Mrs.
8. P. Rasmusson, Mrs. Jack
Barr, Mrs. Donald Nelson. Mrs.
Jonald Dewey, Sgt. Russell T.
iann, Sgt. N. I/. Towne and Mr.
U. Ritchie.
Visitors Entertained
vltb Luncheon
Mrs. Herbert K. Peterson was
lostesa ior a luncheon at her
iome Saturday to honor several
padles who are visiting Mr. and
ri. Walter Hunnlcutt.
The honorees were: Mrs. Ray
nomas, Mrs. Winnie Presswood
jf Liberty. Texas and Mrs. Rosa-
lie Lowry of Houston. Texas.
The other guests were: Mrs. L.
I. Hunnlcutt. Mrs. Walter Hun-
Icutt, Mrs. I>. V. Hunnlcutt.
Irs. Robert Peterson, Mrs. Ani-
sa 1 G alindo. Mrs E. B. Rainier.
in. Albert Motta. Mrs. Clifford
iaduro. Mrs. William Goebertus,
Irs Prank E. Rlefkohi and Miss
Emily Maduro.
Birth Announcement
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bernard Clark,
of Coco Solo, announce the birth
of a daughter. Denlse Yvonne, at
the Coco Solo Naval Hospital on
July 11.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mas-
sey of Coco Solo are the maternal
grandparents of the young lady
and Mrs. John 'C. Clark of Pol-
lock, Louisiana, is the paternal
grandmother.
Elks Meeting
Cristobal Canal Zone Lodge No.
1542, B.P.O. Elks will meet Wed-
nesday, July 18 for the transac-
tion of regular business. Dinner
will be served from 8:30 to 7:15
p.m. /
Shower Compliment
(ride-Elect
Mrs. Yolanda Galtan of Colon
Kith Mrs. Isabel Martinez and
lias Beatrice Agostlni of Pana-.
ma City were co-hostesses for a
linen shower given at Miss Agos-
tlnl's residence in Bella Vista to
compliment Miss Ella Mndez,
whose wedding will take place on
luly 18.
Mrs. Roy E. Drennln, of Colon,
s/as among the thirty guests who
ijoyed the cocktails and buffet
refreshments, served following
khe shower.
N. J. Owen Auxiliary Meeting
There will be a meeting of Na-
thaniel J. Owen. Unit No. 3,
American Legion Auxiliary Wed-
nesday at 7:30 p.m. at tbe Legion
Hall m Gatun. The new president,
Mrs. Jack Barr will preside.
Visiting in Interior
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Motta are
spending some time at their
ranch at Remedios.
and Dick Brzezinski, Juan Cana-
mas, FranWe and Annette Rydlc-
kl. or Cocoli, Frankle, Jackie and
Lois Pintasen, Anita and Tomas
Guardia. Beatrice and Eduardo
Valdes. Flora and Joan Harte and
the honoree's brother and sister,
Joey and Marie Elena Bremer.
Hospital Note
Mrs. Alfred Pacheco of Fort
Gulick wi^s admitted to the Coco
Solo Naval Hospital Monday.
Progressive Circle Meeting
The Progressive Circle of the
Cristobal Union Church will meet
Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Freda Boydston
House 342 New Cristobal.
Mr. and,Mrs. E. C. Stlebrltz,
of Gatun, spent the weekend at
El Valle.
Eight-Year-Old Celebrates
Birthday
Didl Bremer, daughter of Mr.
and-Mrs. Joseph C. Bremer of Ft.
Gulick. celebrated her eighth
birthday anniversary with a par-
ty at the home of her parents,
Sunday.
A Donald Duck piata provided
fun for the youngsters, with oth-
er games and the fish pond, from
which they extracted assorted
favors.
The young guests Included:
Helen Fogle, Andrea Greblen,
Douglas Smith, Betty Jane and
Cookie Friese^ Sandra and Ro-
faln Agulrre. Ursula Alexaltls, Lo-
retta Volght, Suzanne Lewis. Syl-
via Gardner, Patricia and Colleen
Lawson. Patricia. Mary Michael
Kuller Complimented
Linen Shower
Mrs. Walter Kuhrt and Mrs. c.
|C. Clay were co-hostesses for a
ien shower, given Sunday at
e Kuhrt residence, to honor
las Pat Kuller. whose approach-
ling marriage to Mr. Raymond
Gill is of interest to friends on
both sides of the Isthmus.
After the gift were opened
uffet refreshments were served.
rom a table covered with a white
anton cloth and centered with
white and silver bride's cake
hich was backed by an arranee-
ent of white lilies of the Nile.
Irs. Luclen A. Skeels and Mrs.
'. Clyde Stroop presided at the
t fresh men t table.
Those Invited Included the mo-
htr of the bride-elect, Mrs. Ben-
amlnF. Kuller, with Mrs. Chas,
erry of Balboa. Mrs, Frank
reen of Madden. Mrs. Betty
damesak. Mrs. Robert Berger,
rs. Max Welch. Mrs. Earl A.
yer. Mrs. Marie Fraser. Mrs.
urwood Stringer, Mrs. Henry
Voll. Mrs. John Housley. Mrs.
rdon F. Karlger. Mrs. George
golf. Mrs. Reginald D. A mi-
trme. Mrs. E. A. Angermuller.
ss Lois Shannon. Miss Joyce
awthorne. Miss -Nancy Gilder
nd Miss Jean and Miss Leneve
ugh.
Jatun Star Club Meeting
The Gatun Star Club will meet
Ihis evening at 7:30 at tbe home
>f Mrs. L. L. Barfleld with Mrs.
Saieb Clement and Mrs. Fred
jchwartz as co-hostesses.
ilargarita Auxiliary
fleeting Tonight
The Auxiliary of the Margari-
ta Union Church will meet this
Ivening at the home of Mrs. Will-
lam B. Mlddlemas at Brazos
Selghts. Mrs. John W. Muller
will be co-hostess.
Trusties' Jailbreak
Fails; Two Guards
Shot In Attempt
CANON CITY. Colo., July 17.
(UP) Guards used tear gas
bombs yesterday to break up an
attempt by five trustees to lib-
erate 11 trouble-makers from
solitary confinement In the Co-
lorado state prison.
Two guards were wounded.
Nine of the 11 plotted a prison
break two months ago and four
of them participated in a bloody
outbreak three and one-half
years ago. during which seveipl
convicts were slain.
Wounded In yesterday's vio-
lence were Capt. Chet Yeo. 46.
who was shot in the back, and
Anon Morley. shot in the leg. Yeo
was wounded in the 1947 at-
tempted prison break.
The five convicts. Including
three serving long terms for kid-
naping and a life-termer convict-
ed of murder, barricaded them-
selves In cellhouse No. 1 after
their liberation effort was foiled.
They surrendered an hour la-
ter, when warden Roy Best walk-
ed unarmed up to the cells and
ordered all Inside to come out.
The five convicts were. Identi-
fied as Charles W. Garton, 31.
serving 25 to 29 years from Pue-
blo, Colo., for kidnaping; Lee
Mora, 18, serving life from Pue-
blo for murder; John W. Davis.
31, serving 20 to 30 years from
Denver for kidnaping and aggra-
vated robbery; Arthur Junior
Fish. 34, serving 20 to 30 years for
kidnaping from Denver and John
D. Henebry. 21. serving two to
eight years from Denver.
They were seized, searched and
placed in isolation.
Cl JOE, 1775 MODEL-Thi
rare engraving, recently brought
to thl country from Europe, is
believed to be one of the first
picture ever made of a soldier
of the Continental Army. By
the German engraver Johann
Martin Will, it shows a soldier
in the dress of the companies
authorized by the Continental
Congres* on June 14, 1775the
birth of the U. S. Army. A leg-
end with the engraving says, in
part ". . His clothing is made
of coarse l.nen, he has a long
musket ai d bayonet and is of
robust health and endurance."
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
HOPE IN IRAN U.8. Ambassador to Iran Henry Grady
i left i hands President Truman's letter to Iran's bed-ridden
Premier Mohammed Mossadegh In Tehran. Mossadegh re-
portedly turned down the President's appeal for "careful
consideration" of the World Court decision In the Iranian
oil dispute, but he accepted the offer to send W. Averell
Harrtman to Iran to discuss the problem. (Photo by NEA-
Acme staff photographer Max Winter.)__________
Joseph Wagner To Conduct
Symphony at'Bella Vista
4-Bile Battler
Overcomes Faith
Of Snake Cuttisl
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., July 17
(UP). Mrs. Ruth Cralg. who
believed that faith would make
her Immune to the serpent's
bite, let a rattle-snake sink Its
fangs into her at a snake cult
service yesterday and died two
hours later.
The 50-year-old zealot refused
to let a doctor be called when
she collapsed a few minutes af-
ter being Mtten four times.
A large crowd watchea the
snake rite. Other members re-
moved the snake's fangs from
the victim's Jaw without in-
Jury to themselves. The snake
then slithered away through an
open door.
The snake services, first re-
ported in Madison County in
many years, were beld at Mrs.
Cralg's home near New Hope.
An appreciative audience heard
Joseph Wagner conduct the Na-
tional Symphony Orchestra of
Panama last night at the Nation-
al Theatre in Panam. Featured
for the first time here was The
Story of a'Princess" which was
narrated by Nancy Sldebotham.
Something new will be added
to the local musical scene to-
morrow when Maestro Joseph
Wagner appears as guest con-
ductor of the National Symphony
Orchestra In his second concert
with this organization .at tne
Teatro Bella Vista at 8:80 p.m.
Other cities have tried this ex-
periment of taking a symphony
orchestra to a movie theater --
notably the New York Philarmo-
nlc Orchestra which has appear-
ed at the Roxy Theater on
Broadway for the pftst two sea-
sons. Maestro Wagner has also
tried this novel Idea during the
past two months in San jos with
the National Symphony Orches-
tra of Costa Rica, giving two con-
certs a month to capacity audi-
ences.
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as composer-pianist. His Concer-
to in G minor, scheduled for Its
performance In Latin-America,
was first composed when the
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of age. After several perfor-
mances of this work it was with-
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ter publication with Leonard
Bernsterns pianist (then but 18
years old) and the composer di-
recting.
Maestro Wagner Is under some
disadvantage when one consid-
ers the great Richard and other
lesser known composers of the
same name. Nevertheless, music
by "The American Wagner" is
slowly but securely making Its
way. HI music has been per-
formed In most of the principal
cities of Europe. South America'
and his native VS.A. His com-
positions Include music In all
forms except opera and the fact
that he Is published by no less
than twelve companies give
some Idea of the scope and di-
versity of his works.
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played at Wednesday's concert
at the Teatro Bella Vista is one
of his most direct and pleasant- ;
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this composer's more mature
scores.
Although .Maestro Wagner
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pianist, he has made this special
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sure of collaborating with Pro-
fessor Walter Myer3 who will ap-
pear as Director for this perfor-
mance In presenting this music
for the first time in Panam City.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY. JULY 17. 1M1
Spur Cola Cops
La Boca Senior
Softball Title
George Beckles' Spur Cola won
the championship o fhe La Boca
Senior Softball League by annex-
ing first place in both half-sea-
son campaigns.
Alumni, Chesterfield. Panama
Radio Corporation, and Mueble-
ra Ideal are hooked up In a bit-,
ter fight for second and third
places.
TEAM STANDINGS
(Second Half-Season)
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
"CRY DANCER"
A Man With A Gun And A Back-Street Beauty Is
Opening Thursday At The Central Theatre.
BONUS BABY__Ed Cereghino. Yankees' $50,000 bonus pitcher,
wears a long face while signing autographs in San Francisco after
losing the first professional game of his career. The 17-year-old
Seals twirlcr was within one out of beating San Diego of the
Pacific Coast League when a home run tied the score and. the
Padres went on to win, 6-4. (NEA)
Powells Nip Caribe
To Tie For First In
Atlantic Hoop Loop
TEAM STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
CarHje..........4
Powell's........4
COCO 30Id........<3
Westinghouse .. .. 2
Junior Varsity.. .. 1'
"D" Battery.-.....0
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Playground
Sports
Spur Cola.......8 1
Chesterfield., ..*7 2
I'm a. Radio Corp.. 5
Mueblera Ideal. .. 4
Cervecera Nacional 3 3
ptica osa......2 "i
Panam Stars .... 1 8
Elks.......... 0 9
TODAY'S GAMES (7:90 p.m.)
903 "D" Battery vs. Westinghouse.
J.V.'s vs. Coco Solo.
Friday night's Atlantic League
basketball games at the Margar-
ita Gym had the fans on their
feet throughout.
The classic of the evening was
tha Powell's-Caribe game which
went Into two overtime periods as
Powell's tried their best to tie up
first place in the league.
The game never varied more
than four polnls tn favor of eith-
er team. .
The llnal score was Powells 48,
Caribe 46.
Box score:
Powell's FG FT TP
Anderson '...... 1 3 5
Manning ...... 6 2 14
Bailey........ 4 3 11
Sulllttm........5 0 10
Wilson.........
Brady. ........_* J ^
Totals. .. I. .... 19 10 48
u a
1 i
0 0 0
0 0
0 0
(aribe- FG FT T*
Hfgh'ey.......'. 1 0 2
Gibson.....:. ..
Capalpo........
Trout.......... !
Htfoper........ -
Welch.......... 4
Simons........
Moser ........ 0
Olhoeft........ 0
Pescod........
Swearingen...... 0
Totals'.........18 10 46
The tecond game between
Westinghouse and the Junior
Varsity was a close game for one
quarter with the score at 7 to 4
lor Westinghouse at the end of
tha-tlrst quarter. From there on
H was Westinghouse all the way.
Trie J. V.'s always put on a good
hew. They hustle and fight
harder than any other ball club
In the league.
Tito Celic led the scoring for
Westinghouse with 16 points
wrrtle Peltynovlch racked up 10
points for the Junior Varsity.
Box score:
Junior Varsity FG
R. Salter....... 1
J. Roberts...... 0
Peltynovlch..... 2
Hatgl.......... J
F. Baiter....... 2
W. Edmonds .... 0
Palumbo........ 4
ROlf.......... 0
Rhinchart...... 1
Totals. ..'......U
Westinghouse FG
Celia.......... 5
galas......... 0
LaM.......... '
Ibaftez........ 2
Arosemena...... i1
Tom, L......... 4
Bios.......... 1
Magdaleno...... 2
Totals.........17 18 52
FT TP
1 'J
0 ll
8 111
0 2
3 1
1) 0
II B
0 a
3 4
12 34
FT Tl>
6 18
II ii
1 <
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1 y
2 4
3 7
ANCN
The Ancn Gymnasium and
Playground is the scene of much
activity this summer. The Vaca-
tion Program, sponsored by the
Physical Education Branch of
the Division of Schools offers
many sports for both boys and
girls. The most popular activity
seems to be Basket Ball for
boys'. 70 are signed up In the
following leagues: "A" 12. "B"
11. "C" 12, "D" 12 and
E" 23.
The Foul Shooting Contest
enaed Friday with the following
winners:
"A" League
1st. Place Manuel Koy
2nd. Peter Lederer
3rd. Sam Steele
4th. Abdiel Flynn
"B" League
1st. Place George Lederer
2nd. Donald Morton
3rd. Lambert Montavanl
4th. Richard Lomedlco
"C" eLague
1st. Place Alfred Lombano
2nd. Duane Rigby
3rd. Raymond Bacot
4th. Carl Johnson
"D" League
1st. Place Richard Angstadt
2nd. Louis Reyes
3rd- Louis Estenoz
4th. Fred Leslie
"E" League
1st. Place Roy Rigby
2nd. Jeffrey Kline
3rd. Albert Nahmad
4th. Rqv Culbreth
Manuel Roy. "A" League made
the highest score among the 70
boys in all leagues. Peter Leder-
er. "A" League. George Lederer.
"B" League and Alfred Lomba-
no. "C" League tied for sec-
ond place. Donald Morton. "B"
League. Duane Rigby. "C"
League and Richard Angstadt.
"D" League, tied for third place.
Louis Reyes. "D" League came
in fourth and Roy Rigby. "E"
League fifth.
A Jr. ghuffleboard Tourna-
ment for Bovs under 14 years
of age was held with Richard
Angetadt and Michel Nahmad
winning. Gerald Durfee and
Fred Leslie, came in second.
At least twice a week. 25 or
30 bovs will be seen on the Soft-
ball Field wher* thev are hav-
in some verv exciting games.
Ping Pong Tournaments for
both bovs and girls start
week.
LEADING BATSMEN
AB H
W. Holder (PRC .
F. Morgan (A) .
R. Humphrey (A)
C. Nurse (8C). .
O. Alemn (RI). .
A. Reid (MI) . .
H.Daniels (Ml). .
J. Leslie (Ai . .
P. Malcolm (PRO
G. Raveneau (Ch.)
L. Small (MI) .
J. Holder (PRO .
Q. Sealey (SO. .
E. Peusey (Ch.). .
A. Farrell (MI). .
52 26
43 21
35 16
40 17
36 15
41 17
37 15
50 20
45 18
44 17
M 13
43 15
52 19
:i!i 13
33 11
.889
.778
"I
.667
.500
.222
.111
.000
Ave.
.500
.482
.457
.425
.417
.415
.405
.400
.400
.386
.361
.349
.348
.333
.333
'CRY DANGER" with Dick Powell and Rhonda Fleming has plenty
of thrills and excitement. Opening Thursday at the CENTRAL
Theatre.
Wallace-Bennett
Bout Gels Plenty
Pre-Fighl Interest
, Interest In the Black Pico-Baby
Green bout Increases-dally as can
be noted by the larger crowds
turning out for their dally af-
ternoon tune-ups. Green and Pi-
co clash next Sunday at the Co-
lon Arena In a scheduled ten-
rounder.
The Cuban flyweight champ,
Pico, hopes to score a convinc-
ing victory and request a re-
match with Juan Diaz II who was
given a protested decision over
Pico in his only local appear-
ance.
Green, on the other hand, will
be out to prove that he is no
fluke champion. He Intends to
whip the visitor decisively and
then give Diiz a shot at the 118-
pound title.
Also creating a lot of pre-flght
talk is the six-round .semifinal
between hard hitting Steven
Bennett and Sylvester Wallace.
Bennett, who has not lost since
dropping a bout on a knockout to
Alfonso Perklnson at the Pana-
m Stadium way back In 1949 on
the Sandy Saddler-Young Flnne-
gan card, is rated sure bet to
crash the main bout circle soon.
His opponent, Wallace, has
been Inactive for a long time but
Is reported to be In excellent
shape. Wallace was one of the
most promising boys In his divi-
sion when injuries to both shoul-
ders halted his rise. Amojyr his
best performances is a drawwlth
Federico Plummer.
Battling Escudero and Leslie
Thompson will slug It out in the
other scheduled six-rounder on
the program.
The tour-round preliminary. Is
a special attraction, bringing to-
gether promising -Melvln Bourne
and former Colon Amateur
Champion Pedro Tests. Tests had
dedicated this bout to the mem-
bers of the Colon Amateur Box-
ing Commission.
Faces In
The Majors
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ER9KINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
Other Leaders ,
Hits: W. Holder (PRO, 26.
Doubles: G. Sealey (SO, 8; B.
Williams (URO, 7.
Triples: J. Leslie (A), T. Peter-
kin (PRO. H. Daniels (MI). 2 ea.
Home Runs: E. Peusey (Ch), 5.
Runs Scored: F. Morgan (A),
22; J. Holder (PRO, 21 .
Strikeouts: H. King (RI), 6; D.
Roberts (PRO, 5.
Bases on Balls: F. Morgan (A),
13; E. Lennon (A),, 12.
Stolen Bases: W. Jones (OS), 4;
W. Holder (PRO, 3; A. Farrell
(MI), 3.
LEADING PITCHERS
. Won Lost Pet.
L. Sims (SO .... 5 0 1.000
B. Williams (PRO. 6 1 ,.857
R. Prince (SO .... 5 1 833
R. Lynch (PRO .. 4 1 800
K. Collins (A).. .. 6 2 .750
J. Soblestre (MI).. 3 1 .750
S.Tudor (Ch.).. ..8 3 .727
G. Dudley (MI)... 3 2 .600
this
Little League
OCAL RATE
alf-Scasnn Standings)
TEA'.VIS Won Lost Pet.
Twin Citv Rookies. 4 0 1.000
Fergus Cubs.....2 1 .6G7
Hill La Bocan*. .... 1 3 M
M't'cello Gamboans 0 3 .000
Antonio Cerda Off
To Poor Start In
French Golf Open
PARIS. July 17 iUP>Argen-
tine Antonio Cerda shot a two
over par 74 in the first round this
morning in the French National
Open Golf Championships at St.
Cloud.
Cerda said he was nervous and
unable to concentrate but ex-
fcted to do much better this af-
ernoon and tomorrow in the two
day tourney. The Argentine card-
ed a 38 and 36, scoring three bir-
dies each going out and coming.
In. However, he fluffed some easy j
lies and his putter betrayed him h. Holder. If
several times.
He said the links are excellent
but the rough Is too easy and
gWe advantage to players who
elite or hook.
Jlenri Moureuiart a French
pre-, too- the eiirl- le"1 v.'ith 9
foltowed by Britain's Henry Cot-
ten with a 70.
Twin City Rookies shaded If 111
La Bocans. 3 to 2. at Red Tank. In
another classic of the Local Rate
Little League and took sole pos-
session of first place in the sec-
ond half season.
Ramn Jimnez, of Twin City,
and Hill's Robert Pate, the best
hurlers in the loop, hooked up in
a stirring mound duel. Jimnez,
the winning pitcher, gave ud but
two hits one of which was a hom-
er by Pate who limited the Twin
Citv Rookies to three safeties.
The box score follows:
Hill La Bocans AB R
R Brown. 2b........ 3 0
I. Lord. 3b......... 2
E. Best, ss......... 2
R. Pate, p.......... 3
C. Caddie, c........ 2.
G. Pavne, cf........ 2
A. Watson, If........ 2
L. Best, rf......... 1
R. Innls. lb........ 2
P. Wellington, lb-rf .. 2
Totals............21 2 2
Twin Citv Rookies AB R H
R. Samuels, rf...... 3 0 0
H. Gllllngs, ss...... 3 0 1
R. Jimnez, p ........ 2 0 0
..... 2 0 0
R. Molinar. 3b....... 2 0 0
A. Titus, lb......... 1 1 1
L. Blake, c.......... 2 1 0
R. Blades, cf........ 2 1 1
F. Bannister........ 1 0 o
n. Moreno. 2b....... 1 0 0
O. Maynard. rf...... 0 0 C
C. Z. Promotional
Tennis Association
Recently Organized
By GILBERTO THORNE
More than 75 tennis players
were on hand when the Canal
Zone Promotional Tennis Asso-
ciation held Its first official
meeting at Santa Cruz Gym-
nasium last Sunday, July 15, at
which W. Arthur, F. Wason, A.
Jeanmarle, Callendar and Miss
C. Leach were elected and in-
stalled as president, vice-presi-
dent, secretary, treasurer and
auciiior-trustee, respectively.
The C.Z.P.T.A. budded into
view on June 17 when a num-
ber of tennis players attended a
meetlnji at Paraso Gym over
which ~La Boca Physical Di-
rector Ashton Parchment pre-
sided. This meeting at Santa
Cruz served as a stepping stone
to a stronger organization of
the little group that met at
Paraso.
The.group that met at Paral-
so came to the conclusion that
the Interest In tennis on the
Cartal Zone was at a minimum.
That many a promising young
tennis player had wandered off
into other fields of sports. They
agreed that there was a need
lor an organization which would
dedicate all of Its efforts to the
promotion of Interest, activity
and advancement of tennis and
tennis players. At this point the
imiUng was adjourned for a
continuation at Gamboa on July
15.
The body that metf at Gam-
boa took up where the Paraso
group left off. Organizing them-
selves under W. Arthur, and
temporarily adopting the name
of "The Canal Zone Promo-
tional Tennis Association," the
Kroup plans to adopt a modifi-
ed version of the United States
Lawn Tennis Association rules.
The members heard the first
reading of the edited constitu-
tion while 60 players took turns
on the tennis courU of the San-
ta Cruz Playgrounds. The board
will study the draft and pass
judgment on it at their next
meeting at Cristobal on Septem-
ber 2.
The C.Z.P.TA. has made an
impressive start In opening an
avenue to an opportunity long
awaited by manv .youngsters.
The organization has five small-
er units: Gamboa, Red-Tank-
Paralso. La Boca-Panama, Cris-
tobal and Gatun.
The C.Z.P.TA., also, plans to
sponsor an annual tennis tour-
nament which should come to
a climax on February 22nd. of
each year, the first of which
will be held at Paraso the
birth place of the. organization.
Participation in this tournament
will be limited to members of
the organization.
HOLLYWOOD(NEA)Exclu-
sively Yours: Gregory Peck, now
free of all movie contracts, Is tell-
ing pals he'll leave the Hollywood
scene fpr a long period If he can
find the right Broadway play...
Greer Garson and MGM are no
longer palsy-walsy. She's Unhap-
py about lack of assignments...
Red Skelton Introduces a clgaret
rolling routine In "Texas Carni-
val" that tops his famous gln-
guzzllng act. Question about the
same film: Is Keenan Wynn
playing Glenn McCarthy?
Zena Marshall, Britain's threat
to Dorothy Lamour, is on her way
to Hollywood. Wears tiger skins
and is described as a panther-
type girl. I can Just hear her say-
ing:
"Cheetah, old boy, come down
out of that cocoanut palm."
'
Ava Gardner has switched over
to Lana Turner's business man-
ager. . Betty arable's sudden
plumpnessshe's on suspension
from FoxIs a movletown gasp.
...Wedding presents from the
squeal set have convinced UI that
Tony Curtis' marriage to Janet
Leigh hasn't hurt him with the
bobby-soxers. . Actress Karen
Verne, who's married to Peter
I.orre. Is working as a saleswom-
an in a Hollywood dress shop.
Dana Andrews* yacht, which
cost him $350,000 to build, is for
sale for $40,000.

On the Record: Moha Freeman,
about stars picking their own
stories: "I think any producer
knows more In this department
than all the actors In the busi-
ness put together.

Label this "Eddie Bracken
Week." He opens In "Room Serv-
ice" at the Players and'Para-
mount has re-issued "The Mira-
cle of Morgan's Creek.".. South
American Import Fernando Lam-
as will get MGM's big publicity
boom-boom In hl role opposite
Lana Turner In "The Merry Wid-
ow." He'll be hailed with: "Built
Like GableSings Like Pinza."...
Joan Crawford vetoed a byline
fan mag piece tagged: "Ten Ways
How Not to Be a Wallflower." She
had 10 reasons why she didn't
want her name connected with
It...Martin Ragaway is being
covered In a humor book, "What
a Day This Has Been."
Ty Power Is boiling about re-
ports that he's negotiating for a
TV show. The news tidbit didn't
help clear the air between Ty and
Fox on the murky side since his
suspension for nixing "Lydla
Bailey."

Paramount wants a new title
for "My Favorite Spy." Bob Hope
is yelling for a more amusing ti-
tle. .Record: Of the 14 newcom-
ers Introduced by Director Mark
Robson In "Bright Victory," nine
have been signed to studio con-
tracts.
Note to the movle-struck: Hol-
lywood's finally admitting that
it's fishing for new stars In TV
channels. Mildred Gusse, UI cast-
ing director, relayed It that to-
day's face In the living room may
be tomorrow's new Lana, Hedy or
Greer.
"Films made for TV," she said,
"can serve as wonderful screen
tests. Live television Is a good
showcase, too." Salaries for be-
ginners are way down In Holly-
wood these days, she admitted.
but "It's a living wage that's
higher than any other industry
pays to newcomers."
Short Takes; Approval of pay-
as-you-see-moviea on home TV
screens by the Society of Inde-
pendent Motion Picture Produc-
ers was an unexpected switch. A
few weeks ago the organization
was screaming about Republic's
sale of features to TV on a com-
plete video hands-off policy.
Surprising fact: There Is more
money Invested today In TV re-
ceivers alone than In the entire
motion picture Industry.
Ronald Reagan's ready to take
the TV plunge via the emcee job
every Sunday night at the Mo-
cambo's Hollywood Talent Show-
case, featuring amateurs. ..Last
year Warner filmed "The Great
Jewel Robbery." Now Republic
will film "The Great Diamond
Robbery".. .Frankle Lane has a
new radio sponsorUncle Sam
who's paying him $6000 a week to
plug the Pentagon's enlistment
drive on CBS every Sunday after-
noon this summer.
GL"Di(k
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By Jack Lait
WINCHELLING FOR WALTER
My Initial column last year was a report on Europe, after a
?ulck tour by a trained observer. And here's the 1051 round-up
rom notes he turned In alter he did the circuit again:
ITALYThis is the most pro-American of foreign countries.
Gen. Kisenhower Is a powerful influence. His presence is doing
more than the Marshall Plan to sell our spirit and our policies.
Italy is slowly getting back on its feet. Only in Sicily, where con-
ditions are miserable, and where the Reds are campaigning
firereely (promising "autonomy") are we anathema. The Is-
landers feel any change at all would be an Improvement.
Italians are impatient for a treaty, so they can carry out their
role in the Atlantic Pact. They have no navy. They need sub-
marines to patrol the Adriatic, where the Russians are building
bases in Albania on the Gulf of Otranto. But there Is less fear of
war, and economic stability is growing.
In Rome conditions arc up. There is still a drastic housing
problem, but new prosperity flashes conspicuously, evidenced by
good cars, well-dressed people, crowded cafes. Around Naples
there Is a hangover of poverty. The Korean war caused shortages
of critical material diverted from the United States. Refugees are
still a plague, with about 240,000 in Italy and nearby .territory
awaiting clearance for the U. S. These are mostly Yugos, Hunga-
rians, Czechs, Rumanians, Bulgars and Ausrallans.
ENGLANDThe Insular British, with nothing much left ex-
cept tradition, are proud, sore, unbending. They are jealous of
our good Life, have no qualms about our supporting them, as they
still think they bled themselves so we could sil back and get fat
and rich. Gratitude to this upstart land is no part of English
consciousness. ....
Pood is still scarce, despite glowing brochures ballyhooing the
Festival'. Tourists flock in but they rush out. The Continent sets
far more attractive tables. More than 225,000 Americans have
crossed the Atlantic within the vear and spent many millions
abroad. England Is making a high pitch for this business, which
Is Increasing Trans World Airlines, which gets you there in half
a day, is heavily booked and foresees the heaviest traffic since
before the debacle of 1929.
But the British tourists don't come over here. They flock to
France, Italy and Switzerland, where they can feed up. Vacation-
ers are allowed live pounds i$14.50) a day abroad. They seek out
cheap hotels and gorge on beef, fresh vegetables and fruits. Many
are so undernourished after long austerity that their stomachs
have shrunk and cannot consume all their eyes covet.
The new royal reign has in effcet already begun. Princess
Elizabeth is taking over her father's functions. Her husband.
Prince Philip, will soon give up his Mediterranean command and
return to London to assume the duties of the consort.
Labor lNewe
And
Comment
by VICTOR RIESEL
FRANCEThe capital, celebrating Its 2,000th year. Is gay.
Conditions improve steadily. Atlantic Pact HQ. near Paris,
radiates a feeling of security. The government seems more stable
than It has been since the war. and If there Is any change it will
hot be radical.
1UGOSI.AVIAOur loan to Tito probably halted his over-
throw by the pro-Red clique. Ironically, had he weakened before
Staun, he would have been booted out by his own people, who
would rather die than submit to outside interference. A condition
of the loan wasno encroachment on national prerogatives. The
sentiment of the majority is pro-Western, but there are no strong
leaders to effect changes. The Serbians would support Km* peter,
who is an exile here, but they are held down by the Reds. The
Croats have Vladimir Macek. who is hiding In Canada, the
strosgfest of the outs, but from powerful enough to unite the.
everal tribes. The Slovenes have no oustander, they Just go-
along.
___________________ I
POLANDHere almost everything Is socialized. Private en-
terprise is strangled. Only employers with 40 or less employes are
tolerated, and thev are often taxed out of business. The govern-
ment runs all restaurants, rations food and other staples, keeps
prices stilf. There are no well-dressed people. A months pay buys
a pair of shoes. A white-collar worker earns 12,000 zlotys a month
$30. The older people despise and resent the Reds, but the new
generation accepts the bolshevism concepts and methods. The
children are organized Into youth groups. Their diet is tours and
photos of Stalin. a
There is practically no hope of escape from Poland. A few
are smuggled past the "green border" to Sweden. If caught, they
arc executed. There Is a small quota to the U. 8.. but to get In
on It costs a fortune in graft. Some would welcome another war,
anything to break from Communist oppression and degradation
Recognizing the rebellious unrest, Moscow yielded limited religi-
ous lreedom. Millions overflowed the churches and priests held
evening masses.
AUSTRIAVienna is behind the Iron Curtain. Though oc-
cupied by the 4 Powers, it is isolated by the Russian zone. Visitors
who attempt to look beyond tourist bureau sights disappear. No
visa is required, but access is possible only with a 4-Power military
permit. The Reds often arbitrarily challenge such passes. Many
American groups who gel in are held up when they seek to leave.
And some never get out.
SWITZERLANDThis midget nation with the lusty financial
lungs Is smug and self-sufficient, prosperous, the only European
country whose money is nearly on a par with ours.
SPAINFranco needs a loan to keep control. Prices are step
scarcities are cruel, the people are indescribably poor.
BELGIUMRich, busy, vigorous, Independent, luxurious the
first of the nations In the war to recover practical normalcy.
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SALUDOS A AMIGOS
Cristobal. Canal Zone
Dear Mall Box Editor:
Not to go unmentloned sho:ild
be the fine show of friendship
and courtesy between the Canal
Zone Police In Cristobal and
those to the city of Colon.
First of all the Chief of Police
Of Colon. Major Ramos had built
without request a beautiful ran-
cho at the Canal Zone Police
Range at Brazos Brooks. In turn
the Canal Zone Police Chief of
Cristobal. Captain Fahnestock
and the policemen In the Cristo-
bal and Margarita District, as
well as Gatun held a stag party
In the honor of the Colon Police.
Not only was the party a large
Success, but it contributed to the
furtherance of a friendly and co-
operative spirit.
A plaque which Is well worth
seeing was placed In the Rancho
and it was named "RANCHO
RAMOS"....Also to be congra-
tulated for their part in the suc-
cess of the party are the police,
Colonel Selee, Major Herman,
and the other officials who at-
tended and lauded the affair.
Congratulations to this group.
' Amigo
HAND FROM SWEDEN
Mall Box
Panama American
Panama, Rep. de Panama
Dear Mail Box:
I Just received a letter from
Mr. Karl Knulson who writes a
column for young folks In a Swe-
dish newspaper. Any teenager,
Panama or Canal Zone, who
would like to correspond with a
teenager in Sweden, if he will
send me his name, address age
and interests I will be
elad to forward them to Mr.
tJuUson as he requested.
Henrietta Ferrl
Box 3082
Cristobal, C.Z.
NEW ORLEANS. There's a
nsw Diues in New Orleans. But
i.s a lament you won't hear in
the downbeat of Bourbon Street's
Dixieland music, xou've gor. to
get behind the sweltering glamor,
away from "Oysters Rockefeller"
at the many-roomed Antolnes,
away from the dice tables at Phil
Kastel's and Frankie Costello's
Beverly Club, away from that 3
a.m. rendezvous over coffee and
crullers at the riverfront. You've
got to go down to the gulf front.
There, among: the fisherman,
an old industry is on the down-
beat, an indutry of 300,000 peo-
pie, with several hundred mil-
lions of dollars invested in
fishing boats and canneries the
tourist so seldom sees. It's the
trade of the American shrimp
fisherman, the men who pull
the shell stuff out of the sea
for America's gourmet tables.
Except that their catch isn't
getting to the American family.
Instead, the average family Is
getting its seafood from Mexico,
Decause it's so much cheaper.
And why shouldn't It be? Last
year, the Mexican seagoing peon
got Hi2 cents an hour. The aver-
age American wage runs 75 cents
an hour. How can these pic-
turesque" people of ours from out
of the nearby oayous compete?
These are the little people who
never creep Into the stories of
New Orleans and its steaming,
balconied French Quarter. They
have the blues because their
bread and butter Is scarcer al-
though America's tables, more
and more, are loaded with the
luxury shell food. And all be-
cause they were good Samaritans
15 years ago when their Mexican
brethren across the Gulf were
starving.
At that lime Washington and
the governments of the shrimp
producing states threw enough
money into the kitty to study
the shrimp industry. They got
themselves an expert by name
of Milton Linder. So bright was
he that we graciously lent him
to the Mexican government to
hjlp keep its fishermen alive.
Tais he did so well that now
our fisherman find their in-
dustry dying.
Working; out of our Embassy,
where Bill and Sloan O'Dwyer,
who know a good shrimp when
they eat one. can find him to-
day, Is Brother Linder. a much
respected man south of the bor-
der these days. And why not?
When we first showed the Mexi-
cans such brotherly love they
were sending us some 2,750,000
pounds of shrimp per year. In
1949, this ran up to 50,000,000
pounds of whole shrimp, and last
year it hit 66,000,000 pounds. This
is exactly 40 per cent of our en-
tire American catch.
The stuff comes Into the U.S.
duty free, and the Seafarer's In-
ternational Union of the AFL, a-
long with the local merchants,
wants me to say that it has ac-
tually depressed our market so
that fishermen In some areas of
the U.S. been forced to quit.
All through this sector you
find the blues. The fishermen of
Louisiana, Florida, Texas, Alaba-
ma and Mississippi have gotten
up a Gulf Fisheries Compact
Commission to try and help
themselves. And they say it's the
concern of all work for a living.
For there are at least 7,000
shrimp-fishing craft in the U S
valued at $150,000,00.
There are some 580 shore-
shrimp establishments worth
$20,000.000. Down here vou dis-
cover that Louisiana is the larg-
est shrimp producing area In the
U.8., turning out about 70 per
cent of all the nation's canned
shrimp. No small industry this,
for the boats, nets, plants and
other equipment is conservative-
ly estimated at $49,508,000 which
in turn, take In about $40,000,00o!
Down here, there are 115,000
people dependent for a living
on shrimp catching. They can't
live at the $5 and $6-a-week
wage the Mexicans pay their
help. And if they don't find
themselves protected soon,
they'll start wondering into
other fields. They'll have to If
they want to eat anything but
the shrimp they catch. In this
emergency war production era,
they'll not be noticed. But
comes peace, they and their
fellow fishermen up and down
the coast will just be another
300,000 mouths for a glutted
labor market to absorb or for
other states to feed.
An this Is an economic disease
which could kill off many an-
other Industry. Which Is why
lots of other people should know
what the latest New Orleans
blues mean. No music, this.
{Copyright 1951 Pot-Hall
Syndicate, Inc.)
!)> Did You Ever See Such a Glutton for Punishment?
>fV'.''
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Merry- go- round
y PMW HAHSOH ~f
Straight Or Fancy
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. No, thank you very much, but
I never touch It any more. No, really. Just a little
Ice water will be fine. Really, I quit the hard
stuff. Beer, too. Alcoholics Anonymous? Don't
need it. You see, It all got to complicated. I don't
mind telling you, I enjoyed a little snort against
the ague as well as the next man. and it never
got to front of my work. Never had bad heads,
either, except off eggnog. But It just got to be too
much trouble.
First it was pants for highball glasses. You
know, the things that keep the glasses from
sweating. Pants on highball glasses are like those
lacy drawers they stick on lamb chops. They
don't help the taste any. After the pants on the
glasses they come with "bottle bibs" I quote
"gay and practical little aprons designed to fit
beer bottles and protect the guests from frost-
bite.'' Well, I said, when you got to hire a war-
drobe mistress to supervise your bar. It Is time to
ponder.
The Donderlng went on apace, especially after
some kind friends sent presents. One was a mus-
ical ray which was guaranteed to play a "rollick-
ing drinking song" as soon as you picked it up.
The other was a musical decanter. You serve a
quiet round of sherry to some well-bred guests
and the neighbors start to kick on the wall be-
fore you even damp your whistle.
Then came the "tired" glasses. Tired glasses
are purposefully mis-shapen in the mould, so
they look like glasses seen through a melted
mirror. They also look like the glasses chronic
drunks are apt to see after a tough week in a
locked hotel room.
Then came the "tipsy" glasses. Tipsy glasses
are cocktail receptacles with their stems bent, so
they grow every whichway like a clump of weary
daffodils. You could Just feel the delirium tre-
mens setting in hard. .
I was bearing up pretty good, though, until
somebody sent rile a cocktail shaker made up as
a fire extinguisher. The literature said it was a
"gift for the most genial host you know," but
this particular host lost several shades of gen-
iality when an uninitiated guest squirted a shak-
er-full at a small waste-basket conflagration
and damn near burnt the house down. ^
People began to look at me strangely when I
began to use my new light-up cocktail stlrrer.
You Just pressed a little switch, and the battery
In the handle fired up the Luclte paddle tip
which was supposed to "brighten the liquid to a
glamorous hue." All It did was send a couple of
shaky companions screaming out the door. Their
glamorous hue was pale green.
Oh. I had a little trouble with the eight-Inch
key which was supposed to be a bottle-opener,
but not much, since I always bite the necks off
bottles. All anybody did with my special cock-
tail napkins with good luck charms on them was
to blow their n06es In them. They laughed feebly
at the highball vases which showed naked ladles
if you drank deep enough, and a couple of our
bachelor friends took aboard more than they
should. I notice* that the compulsive drinkers
stepped up the pace a bit when we got a collec-
tion of "down-the-hatch" Jiggers which have a
lady's sitzplatz for a foundation, and hence can't
be set down until empty.
But what did us all in was the' plastic hors
d'oeuvre dish. It had Imitation olives, onions and
peanuts built Into the design. Well, sir, when
they started squirting the fire extinguisher,
lighting up the whiskey, playing the tray, tink-
ling the decanter, bottoms-upplng the little jig-
gers, making rude remarks about the ladles'
shapes In the highball glasses, using the nap-
kins for Kleenex, upsetting the tipsy glasses and
shrieking at the tired glasses, spitting out teeth
from tiying to eat the plastic peanuts, olives
and onions, It got too tough to take.
As I was saying, I never use the stuff any
more. But it sure was fun before the Interior de-
corators got ahold of It.
Matter Of Fact

By JOSEPH ALSOP
WHERE WE STAND NOW
AVON, Conn.The reporter nowadays. Is per-
petually Impaled on the homs of a dilemma
one horn being the absence of good news, and
the other, the unpleasantness of being always a
bearer oi evil tidings. A good lady once suggested
that the best escape was to write about birds.
But the robin and the vireo must wait. The pur-
pose of the present report is to finish summing
up the Impressions gathered during; a long jour-
ney in Europe and the Middle East, which were
unhappy.
On balance, despite the prospect of peace In
Korea, the world situation has grown decidedly
worse In the last twelve months. By responding
to the Korean challenge, we escaped a disaster
worse than ten Munichs, By launching Western
rearmament, we are preparing a more secure
future. But for the present, the dangers that
threaten the United States and the free world
are very Rreat and very near.
The trouble Is the long lag between placing
defense orders and getting tanks, aircraft and the
like in quantity and training combat units to
use them. People are bemused by the talk about
the miracles of American production. But the
truth Is that Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower will
have only twenty to twenty-five divisions to de-
fend the line of the Rhine next spring. And be-
sides the shocking weakness on the ground rn
Western Europe, other great gaps in the Western
defenses such as the weakness of the British air
defense will unavoidably endure at least until
1953.
This does not mean that the west Is not al-
ready growing stronger. The striking power of
the American Strategic Air Force has already
vastly increased, for example, and will continue
to grow greater If we retain the use of the allied
air bases overseas. But in the present period of
the lag between defense orders and defense out-
put, the Soviets are still growing stronger more
rapidly than we are.
While the Brtlsh scramble to rebuild their air
defenses by the winter after next, the Soviet war
planners are completing theirs now. While Elsen-
hower struggles to prepare his twenty to twenty-
five divisions in Western Europe, the Soviets. In
Eatern Europe, will shortly be ready to throw
sixty additional satellite divisions into the bal-
ance. And so it goes. It will be at least eighteen
month!;, and probably two years, before the curve
of Western strength finally hoot up past the
curve of Soviet strength.
Inevitably, the Masters of the Kremlin are now
working day and night to forestall this crossing
of the curves which will mean security for the
West. One previous report has already described
their attempt to upset the world balance of
power by capturing the vulnerable former col-
onial regions, such as Iran
Another has set forth the Soviet plan to par-
alyze the Western alliance, by sowing dissensions
between America and her allies. Even the partial
success of either of these great current Soviet
operations would be a major disaster.
The vast number of soft spots where the So-
viets can score a success of this sort Is one of the
two worst dangers to the West. The other is the
vast number of practical problems which must
somehow be solved before the structure of West-
ern strength can be completed. The Japanese
Peace Treaty seems to be out of the way. But
there remain German rearmament; French
manpower recruitment for additional divisions;
Inclusion of Greece and Turkey In the Atlantic
pact; support for Yugoslavia, and many more.
Failure to solve even one of these problems
will ';e equivalent to failure overall. And each
of them seems already to be taxing Western
political morale almost beyond the bearable
limit.
Consider together the two kinds of danger
the danger of Soviet successes, and the danger
of Western failures.
If either danger materializes anywhere, the
Soviet war planners will Inevitably seize the op-
portunity for new aggressive moves, which, this
time, will almost inevitably lead to general war.
At first the calculation seems to suggest the cer-
tainty of catastrophe. For it'Is hard enough to
pick a dally double; and in a certain sense the
Western world Is In the situation of a horse
player, whose fate depends not on victory In two
races only, but on victory In all the races being
run.
Yet If one remembers the perils already sur-
mounted; if one recall how almost certain cat-
astrophe has often seemed in the past; above
all. If one ponders past successes In frustrating
the schemes of the Kremlin, the outlook seems
less black. It may be illogical. It mav be wrong.
But If the people of the United States bear them-
selves stoutly, if they go forward calmly, without
faltering, on the course they have marked out.
It Is hard to believe that we shall not attain
those "sunlit uplands" that Winston Churchill
once spoke of. It will take a while yet. but it can
be done.
(Copyright, 1951, New York Herald Tribune.
Inc.).
Drew Pearson says: Three possible motives behind Mos-
cow's peace move; Ex-Congressman Pace ordered from
House floor; Sen. Lehman pricked Senatorial cfvp
ciences during price-control battle.
WASHINGTON.- It is impossible, of course, to know exactly
why Moscow made a peace move at this specific time. But cali
at the State Department by two embaules may give the answer.
. one ' "* French Embassy which has Informed Secretas
l 8te Acheson that Chinese troops are already massing, on
the French Indochlnese border and that airfields In SoutU
Cnlna have been enlarged obviously for a new attack. J
_. ,T"e other Is the Yugoslav Embassy which has Informed the
?, ^Department that Rumanian troops are maneuvering 3 fid
that Tito believes there Is a 50-50 chance the long-expected**-
tack on Yugoslavia will begin this fall.
tu J.t doe,sn't take even a smart mind-reader to figure out Xttft
the Kremlin has an awful lot to gain by prolonged peace t**ka
in Korea. Here are at least three reasons:
The United Nations Is not going to go to the rescue ot
the French in Indochina. That struggle has been going on a
long time, and there Is considerable feeling among some U.N.
members that the French bungled things by hanging on to
imperialism too long.
2) The U.N. will not relish going to the defense of Yugo-
slavia. First, It's a Communist nation. Second, it Isn't In the North
Atlantic Pact. Third, it's in a corner of the world which Is hard
to defend.
3) Peace talks are going to cause a letdown in the UBA.
and this Is exactly what the Kremlin wants. Inflation in this
country can do more for Moscow than a dozen Chinese armies
1" Korea. Also, any letup of the American mobilization program
will be greatly appreciated In Moscow, thank you. Obviously thai
Kremlin now realizes that the Korean war was a big rmsaake*?
if for no other reason than that It got American preparedness
into high gear.
. il WlU De Interesting to see how far the Solons In Congresa:'
fall Into Moscow's trap. So far, in regard to inflation, they seem
to be falling fast.
LOBBYING EX-CONGRESSMAN
Ex-Congressman Pace of Georgia, former Chairman of the
Agriculture Committee, was ordered off the House floor last '
week for lobbying on the Farm Labor Bill while it was being '
debated.
House rules permit former Congressmen to visit on the House" >
floor, but Pace was using this privilege to lobby for the National
Cotton Council, which wants to legalize cheap Mexican labor.
He was so blatant In pulling strings on the House floor and.
teiling his former colleagues what to say In debate that Congress-
man McCarthy of Minnesota walked up to the presiding officer
and whispered a protest. The chair then sent an orderly who
quietly ordered Pace off the floor.
NOTE Incidentally. Congressman Pace, the law requires
you to register as a lobbyist.
TAFT GETS COLD FEET
The man who has secretly been blocking the Senate Election
Committee from getting a counsel happens to be Senator Taft.
Taft made a big show of demanding an Investigation of the
OrJo campaign, but got cold feet when the committee agreed
to Investigate. So Taft got his friend. Congressman Clarence"
Biown of Ohio, to block the appointment of Robert Murphy as
committee counsel. Murphy needed a special waiver to serve aa
counsel, because his law firm is engaged In suite involving th
government.
After Murphy was blocked In the House on orders from
Taft, Taft has now silently okayed the appointment of a coun-
sel to his liking John Lederle, who worked for the Republicans
In 1946.
IRANIAN POLITICS
While Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh Is taking over .,
the vital Iranian oil fields, his No. 1 assistant. Dr. Husain
Fatimi, is secretly on trial for misappropriating funds.
. This Is the fourth time Fatimi has been caught by the po
lice, and though condemned by various courts, he continues to
be the man who's hastertnlndlng the whole Middle East oil
crisis.
Doctor Fatimi has so much (influence that he's even been able ,
to suppress news of his own trial. Organized thugs raided "Sldayi..
Viton" on June 23 which mentioned that Fatimi was on trial,
and destroyed every issue. Yet he's the man who will eventually
decide whether the United 8tates has gas rationing or pos-.,'
ily, whether the American people go Into World war HI. The.,
whole world Is walking on the razor edge that divides peace war;/
and a man In Iran may make the final decision.
HEARTSICK SENATOR
One of the great speeches of the Inflation debate was de*"'
llvered In the Senate at about 3 a.m. It was by a man whose"
banking firm has made him a multimillionaire but who fought--
vigorously against the big-business lobbies Herbert Lehman
of New York. r
Though Lehman is 73 years old and served as Governor of
New York more terms than any man In history, he Is new to"
the Senate. And he seemed hurt and disappointed at the mad. I
scramble of his colleagues to vote for the special Interests. .....
Finally he rose, and speaking sadly, softly, said:
"What I am about to say Is not going to p.'/ase my colleague. .
In the Senate. Yet I must say It. Here we are engaged in a Ufe- -
and-death struggle, a struggle for survival against the most
ruthless enemy in history, fighting on two fronts, on the military .
and on .the economic.
"We'ought to be engaged exclusively In considering legisla-,
tion to benefit all the people of the country, legislation to keep
our country on a sound economic basis. Yet, here I see an4,
hear senator after senator rise,- not to concern himself with the.'.'
Issues before us, but to play politics, to blast the Administration.
I tell you. It has made my heart sick to hear all this. It make
me feel that we are betraying the people who send us down here.
"We are about to pass a bill which Is a bad bill, a bill which "
is not in the Interest of the people of our country," Lehman
continued.
"I know there Is nothing I can say which Is going to" re-''
verse the trend and bring about the ends I and many of my1 "
associates and the people seek. Deep down in our hearts, we all
know that these ends are necessary. Yet some are acting with- '.
out regard to what is right. But I hope that we are not going
to be supine or satisfied with what we have done.
"I assume that what I have said will not set well with some
of my colleagues," Lehman concluded. "Yet I am glad I said It.
I think It Is something which had to be said on the floor of
tht Senate."
Some senators turned their faces In shame. The faces of
others were frozen In brittle, sheepish grins. A few openly
smirked. But no one said a word. You could see Lehman's word
had cut deeply.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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CINCO CENTESDXOI
Suspendidos los lanzamientos en toda la Repblica
Apgase la hoguera de Corea y
prndese el polvorn del Irn
Se acerca ms
el acuerdo de
una paz total
Siguen las conferencias
en un ambiente cordial
BASE DE AVANZADA, Coiea.
Julio 17 (UP) Los delega-
dos de las Naciones Unidas y
comunistas se acercaron mao a
un acuerdo en su quinta y ms
amistosa de sus reuniones en
Kaesong. Un informe oficial de
las Naciones Unidas dijo que "s*
ha logrado algn progreso en
las discusiones".
Los negociadores del armisti-
cio estuvieron sesionando sola-
mente 90 minutos, y se dice que
no hubo conflicto alguno o .dis-
cusin cuando cada bando re-
hus poner ciertos articules en
la agenda para las negociacio-
nes de paz.
Mientras tanto, funcionarlos
de las Naciones Unidas dijeron
que es posible que se nombre
una nueva delegacin para la
preparacin de, la agenda.
La delegacin de las Naciones
Unidas se reuni con los comu-
nistas a las 11 de la maana del
martes (9 de la noche del lur.f .
hora local), y ptdleron un rece-
so para almorzar, 55 minutos
despus de iniciadas las conver-
saciones. En la tarde tuvieron
una reunin de 40 minutos.
Un funcionarlo de las Nacio-
nes Unidas inform que los co-
munistas "aclararon y explica-
ron" los detalles de sus proposi-
ciones para la genda, y que hu-
bo mucha cordialidad en la
reunin-
Un informe de las Naciones
Unidas dice que es posible (,ue
te consiga una traduccin de
'as propuestas comunistas de
uitemano, ya que ciertos malos
** o I rkr Col 7
Grau San Martn y
Pelayo Cuervo van
a batirse a sable
LA HABANA, julio 17. (UP)
El Senador Pelayo Cuervo
acept el reto para un due-
lo a sable hecho por el ex-
I'residenti-, Ramn 'Grau San
Martin.
Los dirigentes del Partido
Ortodoxo presidido por el Se-
nador Eddy Chibas retaron la
"legalidad" de la accin. Un
portavoz de los Ortodoxos di-
jo que el 'problema entre loa
dos dirigentes" polticos no
puede ser dirimido en el cam-
po del honor ya que Grau se
encuentra actualmente en-
vuelto en una accin legal.
El rencor entre Grau y Pe-
layo acusador particular en
la causa lleg a su culmi-
nacin la semana pasada
cuando .Grau dijo que su ho-
nor haba sido mancillado por
ciertos comentarlos obre su
entona hechos por 'Pelayo
ervo en un artculo >pu-
blieado en la revista "Bohe-
mia".
Grau nombr como padinos
a los Senadores Santiago Rey
y Manuel Benitez, mientras
!ue Pelayo Cuervo nombr a
:oberto Agramoate y Manuel
Bisb. Hasta el momento no
se ha sealado fecha para
el duelo.
Estalla huelga de
gondoleros en la
ciudad de Venecia
VENECIA, julio 17 (UP).
Cientos de gondoleros se de-
clararon en huelga en una si-
lenciosa lucha entre el hombre
y la mquina. Los gondoleros
protestan ante la administra-
cin de la ciudad de que los
botes a motor no solo son una
seria amenaza al trfico, espe-
cialmente en los pequeos ca-
nales, sino que su competencia
har la vida Imposible a la ms
vieja categora de obreros de
Venecia.
Suben a 750 millones de Dls.
los daos ocurridos en Kansas
y Missouri por la inundacin
KANSAS CITY, Julio 17 (UPi
El Mayor General Lewi A
Pick del Cuerpo de Ingenieros
del Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
inform por telfono al Presi-
dente Truman que los daos en
Kansas y Missouri ascenda,, a
750 millones de dlares por lo
menos.
La Cmarde Representantes
aprob ayer una medida conce-
diendo 25 millones de dlares
para la ayuda Inmediata a los
damnificados, pero muchos di-
putados advirtieron que sa can
tidad era Insuficiente.
B Presidente Truman, en u-
in de vtrios funcionarlos fe-
derales volar hoy sobre las zo-
nas afectadas para inspeccionar
los daos ocurridos en su Esla-
do natal.
Mientras tanto,- el Incendio
4ue destruy ocho manzana., de
ansas City, Missouri estaba de-
sapareciendo gradualmente. 16
tanques de petrleo estallaran
tnoche en "Frontera" entre
Kansas y Missouri pero a pesar
de ello los bomberos dijeron que
el Incendio se extinguira po si
slo dentro de poco.
En Kansas* City la "bataila"
es ms intensa, librndola sus
habitantes para impedir qus las
aguas destruyan el dique iue
protege la parte septentrional.
El el dique hubiera cedido, las
aguas habran cubierto un am-
plio distrito industrial en donde
trabajan 400 mil personas.
La escasez de agua contina
siendo un problema en Kansas
City pero loa ingenieros munici-
pales manifestaron que estaban
seguros de poder resolverlo en
breve.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
0E AYER MAS DE
21.900
Si de novias andas
mat Miami Beach
es el lugar ideal
MIAMI BEACH, Julio 17 (U.
P.)Los gerentes de hoteles de
esta ciudad se estn quejando
de que las miles de jvenes que
se encuentran pasando sus va-
caciones aqui en la esperanza
de encontrar su prncipe azul
son cuatro veces ms en nme-
ro que los solteros disponibles.
Por supuesto, las jvenes
tambin se quejan pero los sol-
teros parecen muy felices con
tal situacin.
Dijo el gerente de un hotel:
"Francamente, esta cantidad de
jovencitas excedentes ha crea-
do un gruve problema. La ma-
yora de ellas son jvenes
atractivas y trabajadoras y han
venido aqu buscando un novio
quizs hasta un esposo. Pero no
podemos suministrarles ni un
triste compaero de baile".
Se calcula que hay por lo me-
nos cuatro Jovencitas por caaa
soltero en los hoteles. Las J-
venes, en su mayora vendedo-
ras y maestras Ce escuela, se
han estado quejando de lo lin-
do.
Los gerentes de los hoteles
trabajan incansablemente para
colocar a los Jvenes disponibles
en el camino de las jovencitas
soadoras, pero nada sucede.
Un club trae todos los fines de
semana un grupo de soldados
de una base cercana para que
bailen :on las desconsoladas
Jvenes.
Hubo un hotel que lleg hasta
a ofrecer dinero a los Jvenes'
que fueran lo suficientemente;
valientes para registrarse all
entre tantas mujeres.
Suben a quince los muertos
en Tehern mientras siguen
los disturbios de los rojos
Los manifestantes desafiaron la ley marcial y ape-
drearon un destacamento militar
TEHERAN, julio 17. (UP).
Varios millares de comunistas,
incluso centenares de mujeres,
desafiaron la ley marcial y mal-
trataron y apedrearon al desta-
camento militar y policial de 20
hombres que custodia el Hospi-
tal Sina en el centro de Te-
hern en donde se hallan de-
positados los cadveres de 14
paisanos producto de los dis-
turbios de ayer.
Los comunistas, exigiendo la
entrega de "nuestros hermanos
y hermanas" se congregaron
en las inmediaciones del hospi-
tal e intentaron romper el cor-
dn establecido por el desta-
camento frente al hospital, lan-
zando piedras.
Del cuartel militar prximo
acudieron siete camiones con
tropas armadas de ametralla-
doras de mano, quienes se a-
brleron paso a la fueraa entre
los amotinados y establecieron
posiciones defensivas frente al
hospital.
La multitud se dispers a la
(rasa a la Pag. fe. CL S)
Para interesar a Panam en
la ayuda tcnica nos visita
un funcionario de Washington
Es el Sr. Clarence M. Pierce, Secretario Ejecutivo
del Comit Coordinador de Asistencia
tcnica de la OEA
Acompaado por don Jenaro
P. Lince, director del Depar-
tamento de Organismos Inter-
nacionales y de Relaciones con
la Zona del Canal, visit esta
maana la redaccin de "El
Panam Amrica", el seor Cla-
rence M. Pierce, Secretarlo E-
Jecutlvo del Comit Coordina-
dor de Asistencia Tcnica de la
Organizacin de los Estados A-
mertcanos, quien realiza un via-
je por Centro Amrica y Pana-
m con el objeto de interesar
a los respectivos Gobiernos y
conseguir su participacin en
los proyectos clasificados co-
mo de primera prioridad en el
programa de cooperacin te-
nlca de la organizacin de los
Estados Americanos para el ao
195. (Punto Cuarto del Pre-
sidente Truman).
Todos los proyectos que con-
tiene el programa han sido
aprobados por el Consejo In-
teramerlcano Econmico y So-
"LAS NACIONES LIBRES CONFRONTAN LA
AMENAZA DEL COMUNISMO NAZIFICADO",
JOHN COOPER WILEY
El nuevo Embajador de Estados Unidos en Panam, S.E. John Cooper Wiley, lleg esta ma-
ana a la Estacin del Ferrocarril de Panam procedente de la costa atlntica en donde
desembarc del "Heredia" que lo trajo de los Estados l'nidos en compaa de su esposa. De
izquierda a derecha: S.E. el Embajador John Cooper Wiley, el Encartado de Negocios a.l. de
Estados Unidos, Sr. Murray F. Wise, el Jefe del Protocolo Sr. Don Camilo Lew Salcedo y la
Sra. de Wiley. El Director de Relaciones Pblicas de la Eaabajada de Estados Unidos, Sr.
Joseph J. Dempsey, se encuentra parado en el tren especial que trajo al Embajador a Pa-
nam.
A su llegada esta maana al
Istmo, el Embajador de Estados
Unidos en Panam mzo las si-
guientes declaraciones:
"A travs de mis repetidas
visitas durante ms de treinta
aos, he tenido el privilegio de
observar muy de cerca el des-
arrollo y progreso de la Rep-
blica de Panam. Con especial
inters y satisfaccin vuelvo
ahora, como Embajador de mi
pas.
Vengo al Istmo con el gran
aprecio que siento por el le-
gado histrico y cultural del
pueblo panameo y con la ple-
na conciencia de la importan-
cia de la misin que me ha
sido confiada. Durante muchos
aos la colaboracin de nues-
tras dos repblicas hermanas ha
servido a los intereses de los
pueblos de todo el mundo. En
ningn momento ha asumido
esta colaboracin una signifi-
cacin tan vital como en el pre-
sente. Hoy da todas las na-
ciones libres confrontan Juntas
la amenaza del comunismo na-
zlflcado. La causa de nuestra
defensa comn debe mantener-
La falta de "DDT" puede
provocar una epidemia de
malaria en la Repblica
Una grave epidemia de ma-
laria se vaticina para el mes
de diciembre prximo, segn in-
formaciones hechas por enten-
didos en malaria. Esta predic-
Qonfes en Lima el
autor de la muerte
de MaClean Estenos
LIMA, Julio 17 (UP)Juan
Antonio Perasso Cceres, secre
tarlo privado de Jorge MaClean
quien lo acompa a Portugal
cuando ste fue Embajador all,
confes ser el autor del asesi-
no de ste pero niega tener
cmplices aunque se duda que
lo haya realizado slo.
Hasta el momento no se ha
dado a conocer el mvil del cri-
men y el letimario aparenta
tranquilidad y no estar arre-
pentido.
Un Decreto Supremo acuerda
rendir honores oficiales a los
restos de MaClean cuya muerte
ha sido muy lamentada en los
crculos administrativos, diplo-
mticos, sociales y periodsticos.
clon se ha hecho con moUvo
de la falta casi total de DDT
en Salud Pblica, debido a que
la partida para el servicio de
mantenimiento de malaria y
riegue de DDT ha sido reducida
a B. 28*000 en el nuevo presu-
puesto.
Segn nuestro informante, el
Departamento de Salud Pbli-
ca se va a hallar en la difcil si-
tuacin de no tener dinero pa-
ra comprar insecticida y si
invierte la partida en comprar-
lo, no va a tener cmo pagar
a los peones que hacen este
servicio.
Clculos conservadores indi-
can que para mantener el n-
dice de malaria tan bajo como
ahora, es preciso efectuar un
riegue no menor de cien mil
casas en toda la Repblica y
asimismo se ha calculado que el
costo de riegue de cada vivien-
da es de dos balboas por ao,
por lo que en cinco meses no
se podr trabajar con menos
de cuarenta mil balboas, sin
contar las cuadrillas necesarias
para la limpieza de los drena-
jes cuya extenson abarca mu-
chos kilmetros en toda la Re-
pblica.
Definitivamente se
separa del Concejo
Don Gustavo Trius
El seor Gustavo Trius, expli-
ca su actuacin en los acon-
tecimientos relacionados con la
designacin del Licenciado An-
gel Vega Mndez como Alcal-
de del Distrito de Panam, por
medio de la siguiente carta en-
viada a nuestro Director:
Sr. Director:
Le agradecer darle publici-
dad a la presente carta que se
explica por si sola.
"En vista de la pavorosa si-
' tuacln porque atraviesa el pue-
blo panameo, pens en la con-
veniencia de crear comedores
municipales, es decir sitios a-
propiados en donde las clases
! ms necesitadas que hoy sufren
hambre y miseria como con-
secuencia del desempleo y la
Crisis, pudieran hacer tres co-
midas diarias a base de 10 cen-
tavos por comida y de que el
Municipio asumiera las perdl-
I das que necesariamente habran
de producirse.
Somet mi plan a la consi-
deracin del Excmo. seor Pre-
sidente de la Repblica, don
Alcibiades Arosemena, quien en
forma franca y decidida me
ofreci su apoyo y colaboracin
y me inst adems para que
sin prdida de tiempo pusiera
(Pasa a la Fg. 6, col. 7)
clal, en marzo ltimo. Este Con-
sejo se reunir nuevamente en
Panam el 20 de agosto prxi-
mo al aceptar Panam la sede
para esta reunin.
El seor Pierce ha visitado a
funcionarlos del Ministerio de
Agricultura y Comercio e In-
dustrias, Previsin Social y la
Contraloria. Hasta el presente
Panam participar, en los si-
guientes proyectos: Proyecto 1
Seminarlo de Trabajos de Ense-
anza de Enfermera en las en-
fermedades transmisibles. Pro-
yecto 10Centro de Enseanza
de Estadstica Econmica y Fi-
nanciera. Proyecto 18Centro
de entrenamiento para dirigen-
tes del Movimiento Cooperati-
vo. Proyecto 22Centro Expe-
rimental y de Entrenamiento de
la Vivienda Econmica. Proyec-
to 26Centros Interamericanos
para la formacin de profesores
de Escuelas Normales Rurales.
Proyecto 39Enseanza Tcnica
para el mejoramiento de la
Agricultura y de la vida rural.
Proyecto 33Adiestramiento de
ifasa a la pgina 6 columna ;
Empleando cauces
normales discuten
Colombia y El Per
La Embajada de Colombia en
Panam nos ha remitido para
su publicacin el siguiente co-
municado sobre el problema del
asilo concedido por esa Repu-
blic! al dirigente Aprieta, Via-
tor Haul Haya de la Torre.'
Texto del comunicado oficial
acordado por los Excelentsimos
seores Dr. Gonzalo Restrepo
Jaramill, Ministro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores de Colombia y
doctor Manuel Gallagher, Mi-
nistro de Relaciones Exteriores
de la Repblica Peruana dado
a conocer en la maana del 14
de Julio de 1951.
"Despus de las notas cable-
grficas cambiadas entre los
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res de Colombia y del Per del
15 al 27 de Junio prximo pa-
sado, las mismas que fueron
publicadas oportunamente, los
dos Gobiernos, animados por el
recto propsito de que se cum-
pla lo resuelto por la Corte
Internacional de Justicia en sus
Resoluciones de 20 de noviem-
bre de 1950 y 13 de Junio de
1951, y por la cordial amistad
que une a los dos paises, han
convenido en tratar la cuestin
empleando los cauces normales
de las Representaciones esta-
blecidas en Bogot y Lima".
Bogot, 14 de Julio de 1951.
Pelcula sobre
Guatemala ser
exhibida el 20
La Mesa Redonda Panameri-
cana de Mujeres de Panam
por Intermedio de su Mesa de
Guatemala ofrecer este viernes
a las 8 pm. en el Paraninfo de
la Universidad una funcin de
cine con pelculas documentales
sobre Guatemala. En esta fun-
cin ser presentada, por una
parte, una pelcula en blanco
y negro que contiene Interesan-
tes aspectos humanos de aquel
pas, datos sobre su Industria,
su produccin, sobre el aspecto
econmico en general aparte de
la informacin sobre la trans-
formacin social que se opera
actualmente en aquel pas. Por
otra parte, ser exhibida una
pelcula corta sonora y en color
que nos muestra los ms atrac-
tivos y pintorescos rasgos de
aquel bello pas desde el punto
de vista turstico. Esta pelcula
es cortesa de la Pan American
Airways quien coopera con la
Mesa Panamericana de Muje-
res en esta funcin, ofreciendo
adems su colaboracin tcnica.
Por este medio se hace saber
que queda invitado el pblico
en general, la poblacin Univer-
sitaria, el Magisterio Panameo
Unido, los estudiantes La Unin
de Mujeres Universitarias y to-
das las personas deseosas de co-
nocer por sus propios ojos la
realidad americana. La prime-
ra pelcula que constituye la
primera parte del programa
fu cedida a la Mesa Redonda !
Panamericana de Panam por
el Dr. Juan Jos Arvaio duran-
te su reciente visita a nuestro
pas
Mercados y Comedores Populares
se crearn en diversos barrios
de la Repblica en breves das
En la maana de hoy se a-
cord suspender los lanzamien-
tos en toda la Repblica hasta
tanto est funcionando la Jun-
ta de Inquilinato, segn resolvi
en la maana de hoy el comit
de cinco ministros de Estado,
el Secretarlo General y el Se-
cretarlo Privado de la Presiden-
cia, quienes fueron designados
por el Excmo seor Presidente
de la Repblica, don Alcibia-
des Arosemena, para adoptar
algunas conclusiones con el fin
de aliviar el problema de la
caresta de la vida.
Otras de las medidas adop-
tadas fue la de que seran
aplicadas las leyes sobre Servi-
cios Pblicos en el sentido de
que ninguna compaa de elec-
tricidad podr suspender los ser-
vicios a una persona sin antes
poner el edicto respectivo y
permitir que sta alegue ante
un juez.
Tambin se acord crear mer-
cados populares en los barrios
del Chorrillo, Maran, Calldo-
nla y Rio Abajo con objeto
de vender all los productos
que en la actualidad controla
el Banco Agropecuario, tales co-
mo leche, arroz, papas, sal y
caf.
Se crearn tambin comedo-
res populares para aquellas per-
sonas que carezcan de medios
para su subsistencia.
Por ltimo se acord solici-
tar a la Comisin Legislativa
Permanente la eliminacin del
requisito de diploma de Ense-
anza Secundarla a los repre-
sentantes de los obreros en la
Junta de Control de Precios.
En la reunin estuvieron pre-
sentes los Ministros, de Agricul-
tura, Comercio e Industrias, Int.
David Samudlo; el de Hacienda
y Tesoro, don Victor Navas; el
de Trabajo. Previsin 8oclal y
Salud Pblica, Ing. Juan de Ar-
co Galludo y de Educacin, don
Ricardo J. Bermdez. Tambin
formaban parte de la reunin
el Secretarlo General, don J. M.
Vrela y el Dr. Eduardo Ritter
Aislan, Secretarlo Privado da
la Presidencia.
Por parte del comit para
bajar el costo de vida, estaban
los seores Avelino Romero. Do-
mingo Barra, Luis F. Lasso,
Feliciano Lara, Rafael Fierro,
Luis C. Maduro y el Licencia-
do Carlos A. Cajar.
Los Ministros Galindo y Na-
varro Insistieron en que el pro-
blema no era de bajar el costo
de la vida sino de conseguir
trabajo para las millares da
personas que estn cesantes hoy
en Panam. Se estim que si las
gestiones de la comisin ne-
gociadora prosperan y vienen
los B. 26,000,000 el problema do
la caresta de la vida se resol-
vera por si solo. ___
Graves desrdenes en Lbano
provocados por el asesinato
del Ex-Premier Reyad El Solh
Sesiona esta nkhe^
Crculo de Cine en
el Jardn Balboa
Maana mircoles a las 8 p.
m. en los salones del Jardn
Balboa, tendr lugar la sesin
del Crculo Cinematogrfico de
Panam, en la que se elegir
nueva Directiva.
Existe gran entusiasmo por
ver quien saldr electo Presi-
dente en este nuevo perodo,
los miembros de Watts, de los
Ros, L o m b a r,d o, Hoffman
Cohn y Pea, suenan como los
candidatos de mayores simpa-
tas para la eleccin.
De salir electo de los Ros, ha
ofrecido para despus de. la se-
sin un sancocho de gallina a
la "Darln style", mientras que
Cohn ofrece una whiskeada en
su residencia, en tanto que
Hoffman un arroz con pollo,
a la "Costa Rican Style." Se pi-
de a los socios acudan maa-
na a las 8 p.m. al Jardn Bal-
boa.
1 HEIRI'T, I ibano, JuIj
i'.ii.-Carrua blindados y patru-
llas armadas cuidan la ciudad
de Beirut despus de los desr-
fenes provocados por el asesl-
fato del ex-Premler de Lbano
Reyad Bey el Solh en Aman,
Jordania.
Miles de seguidores de Solh
chocaron anoche con la Polica
y los nacionalistas Sirios. Varias
personas resultaron muertas.
El cuerpo del exPremler se
encuentra en ruta al aeropuer-
to de Amman desde donde ser
trado por avin hoy. El Go-
bierno anunci que haba deci-
dido la cancelacin de un en-
tierro popular por temor a us
vos disturbios.
Uno de los asesinos de Solh,
Michael Cabrlal fu muerto a
tiros por la polica. El segundo
hombre, Mohammed Abdullah
As Salahl trat de suicidarse.
El conductor del vehculo en
que viajaban los asesinos logr
escapar.
Especlase en Espaa sobre
la posibilidad d# otorgar a
los EE.UU. bases navales
MADRID, Julio 17 (UP) El
Almirante Forrest Sherman. J-
ie de la Armada de Estados U-
nidos, conferenci con el Minis-
tro.de Aviacin de Espaa Gon-
zlez Gallarza dndole creencia
a. los Informes de que su visita
a se pas est conectada cm
la obtencin de bases navales
y areas para as fuerzas de te-
tados Unidos en territorio de
Espaa.
Sherman, quien vol a Maurld
desde Washington y se entre-
vist con el Generalsimo Fran-
co unas pocas 'oras despus de
cu llegada, acta actuando detrs
del velo del secreto. Sus acom-
paantes que representan los
tres servicios armados de Esta-
dos Unidos causaron muchos
comentarlos en sus Idas y ve.il-
das por la' ciudad en los auto-
mviles de la Embajada de Es-
tados Unidos.
Fuentes oficiales dijeron cue
los informes sobre una posible
alianza directa entre Estado; U-
nldos y Espaa son muy "pre-
maturos' pero accedieron en que
algo por el estilo se espera cr. el
futuro. La posible entrada de
Espaa al Pacto del Atlntico
no est Incluida entre los tpi-
cos de discusin
Mientras tanto, la prensa y
adjo de Madrid le dio g:an
oromlnencia a la oposicin de
Gran Bretaa a la inclusin de
Espaa en la Organizacin del
Pacto del Atlntico y a alianza
entre Estados Unidos y Espaa.
Una fuente importante de in*
formacin dijo que se sent*
sorprendido por la actitud ds
Gran Bretaa y la "audacia"
del Gobierno Laborista al acon-
sejar a Francia y Estados rd-
aos contra cualquier gesto de a-
(Tasa a la rae. Col. J)
EL BtWAl7DE
MENORES VENTILA
MAANA 4 CASOS
Maana tendr lugar en el
Tribunal de Menores, la cele-
bracin de las primeras audien-
cias. El Tribunal n-actlcar las
vistas orales de causas segui-
das por los delitos de crueldad,
falsedad, Marihuana y hurto.
Estas audiencias son de ca-
rcter privado y solo asistirn
los actuarios del Tribunal. El
procedimiento se seguir de
acuerdo con las pautas indica-
das por la Ley 24 de 1951, qua
cre el Tribunal Tutelar de Me-
nores que se aleja de los trmi-
tes ordinarios del procedimien-
to judicial En estas audiencias
no se dictan sentencias, sino
que se resuelve \ caco devol-
viendo el menor a sus padres
bhjo libertad vigilada, colocn-
dolo en manos de una familia
honorable o Internndolo en
una institucin para su trata-
miento
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AHINA DOS
KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
.^RTES. JVUO 17, 1H1
PanamaAmrica
INDirHTOtNT
HAKMODIO ARIA, -JIKICTOK
EDITADO POH LA
A.
IDITORA PANAMA AMERICA.
TcLtTOMO a-0740 Central Privada I Afamado POta'l NO. 114
N *U* TALLtRCB SITUADO IN UTA CIUDAD, CALL! H. NO. 97
EL DESEMPLEO: GRAVE PROBLEMA
NACIONAL
Ot L^arruet
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Tres posibles motivos detrs del movi-
miento de paz de Mosc; La poltica en Irn.
REFLEXIONES
El problema principal, estrechamente vincula-
do con el del alto costp de lar subsistencias, por
lo menos en lo que respecta a la ciudad de Pana-
m, es el de la cesanta. Se estima que hay no me-
nos de siete mil personas sin emple en nuestra
capital, excluyendo de esa cifra los que no quieren
o no pueden trabajar.
Si se tiene en cuenta que en nuestro pueblo no
se ha desarrollado de manera general el hbito del
ahorro, hay que llegar a la conclusin de que una
buena parte de los desocupados carece casi por com-
pleto de los medios para atender a sus ms urgen-
tes necesidades.
Lo ms grave de todo esto es que se cree en
ciertos sectores que no hay perspectiva alguna que
pudiera constituir un alivio, siquiera temporal, pa-
ra sobrellevar la penosa situacin que se confron-
ta.
Por razones que no es del caso examinar ahora,
se va desarrollando en nuestra comunidad una es-
pecie de pesimismo sobre este particular. Parecen
creer algunos que si no surge algo imprevisto que
nos traiga una fuerte inyeccin de dinero, las ro-
sas seguirn como estn o se irn empeorando po-
co a poco. En otras palabras, que estamos por el
momento en presencia de una situacin casi irre-
mediable.
Aun cuando es cierto que el problema no es de
fcil solucin, afortunadamente s hay medies de
afrontarlo. El pas no est en un grado de postra-
cin moral y econmica que le impida por propia
iniciativa, con recursos propios y con enrgica per-
severancia, salir airoso del trance en que se en-
cuentra.
No es necesario recordar que la comunidad ha
sufrido ya experiencias de esta ndole. En condi-
ciones ms difciles, con una cantidad mucho ma-
yor de desocupados, con recursos fiscales y econ-
micos limitadsimos y en un ambiente recargado
de iiuoi.i^.e-isi.i y de inquietudes de todo orden,
se produjere, ^cione* .fcvorajfes Jpae, llegaron
a constituir verdadero'' al*$>, jgp^ipfrmente para
las clases desvalidas. "
Nadie osar negar que en el presupuesto ac-
tual hay autorizaciones para gastos innecesarios.
No hay obligacin alguna, ni moral ni legal, de
incurrir en ellos. Si en vez de hacer tales eroga-
ciones las economas resultantes se dedicaran a
construir obras pblicas para dar ocasin de tra-
bajar a los desocupados, la situacin dejara de
ser tan precaria como lo es en la actualidad.
Es ese y no otro el medio ms efectivo para
iniciar la solucin del problema. Claro est que hay
medidas adicionales pero stas seran mucho ms
lentas. Ellas envolveran la elaboracin de planes y
programas, estudios sobre incidencias de impues-
tos, las distintas reacciones de los asociados, etc.,
que tomaran un tiempo precioso.
La situacin exige una actuacin inmediata y
los ciudadanos todos, a manera de defensa propia,
estn en la obligacin ineludible de prestar su pa-
tritica colaboracin. Francamente, es un proble-
ma de carcter nacional.
ADORNE SU MESA CON UNA PRECIOSA
VAJILLA de
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adquirala en
CLUB de 30
PORCELANA
SEMANAS
50< 75*
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SEMANAL
WASHINGTON. Es im-
posible, por supuesto, saber
exactamente por une Mosc
hizo su oferta de paz en este
momento especifico. Pero las
visitas de dos Embajadas al
Departamento de Estado pue-
den darnos la respuesta.
Una es la Embajada de
Francia que ha informado al
Secretario de Estado que las
tropas chinas se estn con-
centrando en la frontera de
la Indo-China Francesa y que
loa aerdromos del Sur de
China han sido ampliados,
sin luKar a dudas para un
nuevo ataque.
La otra es la Embajada de
Yugoslavia que ha informa-
do al Departamento de Esta-
do que las tropas de Rumania
estn efectuando maniobras y
que Tito cree que hay mu-
chas posibilidades de que el
tan esperado ataque contra
Yugoeslavia se leve a cabo
este otoo.
No se necesita una mente
muy despierta para darte
cuenta que el Kremlin tiene
mucho qu ganar con unas
prolongadas conferencias en
Corea. He aqu por lo menos
tres razones:
1) Las Naciones Unidas no
van a acudir al rescate de
los franceses en Indo-China.
- Esa lucha se ha estado Ue-
vando hace ya bastante tiem-
fo y existe el sentimiento en-
re algunos de los miembros
de las Naciones Unidas de.
que los franceses enredaron
las cosas con su imperialismo.
2) Las Naciones Unidas no
querrn acudir a la defensa
de Yugoeslavia. Primero, sta
es una nacin comunista. Se-
gundo, no pertenece al Pac-
to del Atlntico. Tercero, est
enclavada en una parte del
mundo muy difcil de defen-
der.
3) Las conferencias de paz
. causarn un* decaimiento en
el espritu de defeifsa de Es-
tados Unidos y eso es justa-
mente lo que el Kremlin quie-
re. La infiltracin puede cau-
sar en este pas mucho ms
bien a Mosc que una docena
de ejrcitos chinos en Corea.
Asimismo, cualquier receso en
el programa de movilizacin
de Estados luidos ser agra-
decida en Mosc. Sin lugar
a dudas, el Kremlin se ha
liad* cuenta que la guerra
JdevBOrea fue un gran error,
ya -ajiir puso en alerta la
preparacin norteamericana.
Sera Interesante ver hasta
dnde caen los solones del
Confreso en la trampa de
Mosc Hasta ahora, con res-
pecto a la inflacin, los so-
lones parecen estar cayendo
rpidamente.
POLTICA EN IRAN
Mientras el premier Mo-
hammed Mossadegh est con-
fiscando los vitales campos
petroleros de Irn, su asis-
tente principal, el doctor Hu-
sain Fatiml, se encuentra en-
juiciado por apropiacin in-
debida de fondos.
Esta es la cuarta vex que
Fatimi ha sido sorprendido
por la polica, y aunque ha
sido condenado por varios tri-
bunales, contina siendo el
hombre que dirige la crisis
en el Medio Oriente.
.ea "El Aviso Oportuno'
ROYAL
El doctor Fatiml tiene tan-
ta influencia que puede hasta
impedir la publicacin de no-
ticias sobre su propio juicio.
Sus seguidores allanaron las
oficinas del "Sidayi Viton" el
23 de junio y destruyeron to-
dos los ejemplares del diario
que mencionaban el juicio de
Fatiml. Con todo y esto, Fa-
timi es el hombre que deci-
dir si Estados Unidos ten-
dr que racionar la gasolina,
o posiblemente, si el pueblo
de Estados Unidos tendr que
Ir a. la tercera guerra mun-
dial. El mundo entero estaca-
minando sobre el filo de una
navaja que divide la paz de
la guerra, y un slo hombre
de Irn har la decisin final.
Se publicarn ms
diarios tabloides
en Estados Unidos
WASHINGTON, Julio 17 (UP)
El Sindicato Internacional de
Tipgrafos, afiliado a la Fede-
racin norteamericana del Tra-
bajo anunci que comenzar a
publicar en los prximos meses
nueve diarlos tabloides en un e>
uerzo "por mantener la impar-
cialidad en las noticias y agili-
tar la creciente muralla de la
actividad monopolista" en el
Jerlodismo.
El Sindicato anunci que los
peridicos cuatro de los cua-
les se comenzarn a publica" s-
te mes han sido concebidos
como medios "de proporcionar
competencia en las comunida-
des que existen monopolios pe-
riodsticos y para asegurar el.
mantenimiento de las condicio-
nes de trabajo fijadas por los
sindicatos".
Los hombres, "en mangas de
camisa", estamos perdiendo la fe
en nuestros dirigentes. Esta es
una psicosis que corre pareja con
el caos, cada vez ms acentuado,
porque este mismo desconcierto
acusa el hecho tangible de que el
equipo humano que mantuvo el
Poder en los ltimos quince aos
fu deficiente. En los aos prs-
peros de ese perodo falt pre-
visin, porque pudo construirse,
mediante el incremento de la
produccin la plataforma slida
sobre la cual deba descansar el
futuro econmico de la Nacin.
La poca gente nueva del R-
gimen Actual; que ha demostra-
do honradez en sus Ideas y es-
pritu de lucha para imponerlas,
es poco probable que logre rom-
per la inercia acomodaticia del
grupo de altos burcratas que
tambin comparten el Poder y de
quienes el Pueblo no espera, ni
por equivocacin' una actitud
rectificadora. Es por ello que Da-
vid Samudio, Dicky Berradez.
Vctor Navas. Ritter Aislan. Ma-
rio Cal. Ivn Ziga no podrn
cumplir plenamente el programa
que ellos concibieron y predica-
ron,, cort los mejores propsitos.
Ademas de la remora que cons-
tituye para los caballeros men-
cionados ese grupo fie Profesio-
nales de las Posiciones Oficiales
y de otros problemas ligados a
los intereses de Partido, actual-
mente enfrascados en Inevitable
pugna, tal vez no estn ellos, co-
mo debieran estarlo, tan cerca
del Presidente como otros "Per-
sonajes" dentro y fuera de Pala-
cio.
El caos econmico est dege-
nerando vertiginosamente, con
todas sus .funestas consecuencias
sociales, en una disputa de cas-
tas, con su secuela de odios que
en npda conducen a la solucin
de las calamidades que todos
sufrimos. El problema actual no
es de clases, ni de que haya ms
Instituciones oficiales en la Ca-
pital que en el Interior, p de que
tengamos ms ricos o aristcra-
tas ac. SI los capitalistas hicie-
ron mayores inversiones ac fu
porque haba en la Capital me-
jores negocios. Es necesario saber
que nos han faltado dirigentes
prcticos y capaces y que el des-
concierto nos alerta a todos.'en
proporcin a nuestro gnero de
vida.
El origen del problema radica,
fundamentalmente, n la falta
de produccin agrcola, pecuaria
e Industrial. Operacin elemental
es que cuando ramos quinien-
tos mil habitantes vivamos del.
alquiler de servicios en la Zona,
de los gastos que los gringos ha-
cen en nuestros comercios y de
un esbaso rengln de exporta-
clones, y que actualmente que
tenemos el doble de poblacin no
podemos vivir nicamente de
so, mxime que esas entradas
han disminuido y la civilizacin
ha elevado nuestro standard de
vida, crendonos nuevas necesi-
dades. Parece (fue en el concep-
to pasivo de nuestros economis-
tas, para qtfe esta doble pobla-
cin subsista; los gringos deben
construir otro canal, slo para
que tengamos los panameos do-
ble entrada de dollares o que vo-
luntariamente se suiciden qui-
nientas mil personas para qu se
dupliquen las rentas o el poder
adquisitivo de la poblacin no
suicida.
Comparto el concepto del se-
or Healy en su discurso pro-
nunciado ante el Club de Leones,
asi como el del Edltorlalista de
El Panam Amrica en el senti-
do de que la solucin del proble-
ma econmico est en el Incre-
mento de las fuentes de produc-
cin hasta, por lo menos, nivelar
las entradas con las salidas. Cual-
quier emprstito, cuyos dineros
se destinen a otra actividad slo
nos servir para aliviar la situa-
cin temporalmente y puede
comprometernos gravemente.
Panam. Julio 16 de 1951.
E. Alvarez.
mera segura do
conseguir mas blancura en
la i L'p.i uso este azul en
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
ESCUELA PROFESIONAL
AVISO DE MATRICULA
CURSOS VOCACIONALES PARA ADULTOS
Durante los da* Martes 17 y Mircoles 18 de Julio,
de 3:00 a 5:00 p.m., atar abierta la matricula
para el curso de Comida* para Familia.
Panam, 16 de Julio de 1951.
timo enjuag,
UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA
LICITACIN PARA LA CONSTRUCCIN DE UN
EDIFICIO.
Hasta las 11:00 a.m. del da Lunes. 20 de Agosto de 1951,
se recibirn propuestas para la construccin de un edifi-
.cio destinado a las Facultades de Derecho y d Adminis-
tracin Pblica y Comercio en la Ciudad Universitaria, de
acuerdo con Ios-planos y especificaciones que se entrega-
rn, mediante BeRslto de B/ 50.00 al cajero de la Uni-
versidad, en el Despacho del Director de Construcciones
en los das y horas hbiles.
DIRECTOR DE CONSTRUCCIONES.
Panam. 16 de Julio de 1951.
AHORA
Y SIEMPRE
Los qumicos de la General
Paint le proporcionan un
NUEVO, FLEX, l acabado
domstico totalmente distin-
to combina Idealmente la
belleza y el aspecto, con la
durabilidad y flexibilidad.
FLEX DONDEQUIERA
Fuera o dentro por sus extraordinarias propiedades.
Ideal
para:
Cocinas, cuartos de bao, de nios, toda clase de
muebles, automviles, juguetes, etc> en fin, donde-
quiera que se desee una superficie resistente de
belleza duradera.
PINTURA GENERAL S. A.
MATERIALES DE CONSTRUCCIN, S.A.
ARIAS Y CA. David
Calles 17 Oeste y "H" Tel. 2-1*95 Panam
Ave. Herrera 7884 Tel. US Colon.
THE OFFICE SERVICE Co.
Calle 5a. No. 28 Tel. 2-2391
ESTA El LA POCA MA "VIAJAR P0I CLIPPEA"'POIQUE
nicamente PAA
le ofrece todo esto
MICROSCOPIOS
American tp Optical
COMPANY
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(originalmente establecida en 1865) _
Avenida B #79 Telfonos: 2-1913 y 2-1916
econmico
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oxcsariien aara
vacaciones *N Me; ico
Heste Septiembre 30 usted
titnt U oportunidad de visitar
Mtilce por tilo B/ 07. le.i fe
dt excursion vlida pare un
viajo redondo d 60 dies.
LM snico vuolos
eiiariot Mexico
y Contro Amrica
Le PAA le ofrece el nico
servicio diario a Mxico y a
Sen Jos, Menejue, Tejueijal-
pe, San Salvador y Guatemala.
LO MEJOR QUE HAY
5 Vuelos
"El Turista"
a Miami
cada semana
Aproveche
servicio "El Turista" para
visitar Miami. Tres de los
cinco vuelos semanales se
hacen sin escalas y le co-
bran slo B/ 150.75 para
el viaje redondo.
Hay servicio "El Turista"
tambin a Kingston, por
B/ 133 da y vuelta, y a
Nueva, Orleans o Houston,
porB/.210.60idayvuelU.
Los vuelos
ms rpidos a Chicago
Solamente 12-1/2 horas le
separan de Chicago, va
Miami, y usted cuenta
con lujoso servicio DC-6
en' toda la ruta.
C.Ri.1.1 i iu AttiU ii V*l*s 11
a Marca Rtf
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MARTES. JWLIO J. 19l
*
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE

PAGINA TRES
Italia pide la revisin del
Tratado de Paz que puso fin
a la segunda guerra mundial
(Solicita las mismas condiciones que se imponen al
Japn en el Tratado de paz que se firmar
WASHINGTON, Julio 17 (UP)
\ Puentes diplomticas dijeron
|ue Italia har una nueva pe-
lcln a Estados Unidos para
del tratado de paz limitando
su armamento, en vista de las
condiciones mas benignas que
se otorgan al Japn en el tra-
que se revisen las condiciones tado que se firmar con aquel
CENTRAL AUTOS; S. A.
Representante* exclusivos
de
PACKARD y STUDEBAKER
Surtido completo de partes de automviles:
BATERAS, CARBURADORES,
LLANTAS, TUBOS. .
Visite hoy mismo nuestro Departamento
de Partes de Automviles, situado en la
Avenida Jos Francisco de la Ossa No. 36
pas.
Mario Luciolli, Encargado de
Negocios de Italia-, ha recibido
instrucciones del Ministro de
Relaciones Exteriores Carlos
Sforsa, para que presente la
peticin del Departamento de
Estado lo antes posible que pu-
diera ser el prximo lunes.
El tratado firmado con Ita-
lia por los aliados de la se-
gunda guerra mundial, incluso
Rusia, fila lmites al nmero
de hombres y a la cantidad
de armas de las fuerzas arma-
das Italianas. $
El nuevo tratado de paz con
el Japn acordado por las po-
tencias occidentales, sin Rusia,
es menos severo. 8e dice que
Italia opina que su posible co-
operacin en las fuerzas del
Pacto del Atlntico debe ser
tomada en consideracin ahora.
'*a "El Avien Oimrt>n'
Surtido completo
de
AGUA DE COLONIA
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Nueva Directiva
elige el Crculo
Cinematogrfico
' SI mircoles 18 de los corrien-
tes, en misin que tendr el
Circulo Cinematogrfico de Pa-
nam, se elegir nueva direc-
tiva. Los nombres de Wences-
lao de los Ros. Bernardo Hoff-
man, Max Pea y Reinaldo
Cohn. suenan como candidatos
fuertes para ocupar la Presi-
dencia en el nuevo periodo.
Esperamos que todos los so-
cios acudan el mircoles 18, fe-
cha en que se efectuar la reu-
nin para elegir la nueva di-
rectiva. El amigo Wenceslao de
los Ros, ya est invitando para
despus de la reunin a una
sancochada de gallina, pues se
corre segura la presidencia.
Estado de cuentas
del Segundo Trib.
Sup. de Justicia
Estado de cuenta del Segun-
do Tribunal Superior de Justi-
cia, durante el primer semes-
tre del corriente ao:
Entradas y salidas'en el ao
de 1951.
Enero viene del ao 1950
entradas, B.2,019.40 Salidas,
Sa-
rTROPIDURA
SIGNIFICA PRODUCTOS
A CALIDAD A MENOS PRECIOS!
Cuando listed Compra TROPWVRA, Usted
1. Provee Empleos
2. Aumenta el Nivel de la Vida Panamea
COMPRE
No. 1
Area del
Estadio
Nacional.
Tete. 2-m*
-737.
ARIAS
y MARCONI
Ave. Central
y Calle "V.
Tel. 3-976.
TROPIDURA ;S
( prueba de moho)
La Rtina de las Pinturas
Para los Trpicos.
No. 3
Parque Lefevre
Calle 6.
Tete. 3-1124 3-8903
EN COLON
CASA MONTEMAYOR
Ave. Central No. 12.117
Telfono: 1MT-L.
No. 2
Ave. Peri
No. 11.
Tel. 2-2872.
EN DAVID
Mario A.
Olivare
Febrero, entradas,
lidas B. 150.00.
Abril, entradas ..
lidaa B. 200.00.
Mayo, entradas ..
lldas -......
Junio, entradas ..
Helas B. 142.00.
Total entradas: B. 2,019.40.
Total salidas: B. 492.00.
Depositado en el B. N. (Ba-
Sa-
8a-
Sa-
Se hace llamado
a los artistas
El Departamento de Cultura
del Ministerio de Educacin
hace un llamado a los artis-
tas nacionales y extranjeros a
fin de que participen en la
Cuarta Exposicin Nacional de
Artes Plsticas que e verifi-
car en esta ciudad del 23 al
40 de los corrientes. La expo-
sicin tendr lugar en el edifi-
cio de Bellas Artes, situado^ en
la Avenida B No. 28, el cual
cuenta con un saln muy apro-
lance) B. 1,527.40. Total: B.
2,019.40.
Panam, julio lo. de 1961
El Presidente,
(fdo) J. A. Pretelt.
El Secretario,
(fdo.) Carlos Pret C.
\........
I piado para este tipo de exhi-
biciones. Los trabajos se reci-
birn desde el 19, en el edifi-
cio mencionado, los cuales que-
darn a cargo del director de
la Escuela Nacional de Pintu-
ra, seor Juan Manuel cedeo.
La exposicin abarcar las
siguientes secciones: pintura,
escultura, dibujo y grabado.
El acto de inauguracin se
verificar el da 32 y a l con-
currirn los altos jefes de la
educacin nacional, miembros
del cuerpo diplomtico, auto*
rldades representativas y el p-
blico en general. No dudamoi
que los artistas participarn en
esta exposicin que constituir
un verdadero ndice del a va no
de las artes plsticas en nues-
tro pais. '
SEGUNDO PISO
MmH CAL i* M.ii Ptrfumt* AL s c/oc/o el fulgor de (bspaa *
jj en sus perfumes famosos *
Heno de Provio
Flores del Campo
Colonia Aeja

t
t-
1
M VINTA IN PANAMA
estamos desempatando
Trapeadores de esponja ... 5.95
Aparatos para hacer
Pop-Corn ............... 150 s
Sartn con colador para
frer papas ............. 2.85 |
Juegos de frascos para
condimentos ............ 0.95
Ollas grandes para sopa .. 4.50 *
Espejos para sala y
comedor .......10.00
Alfombras para
recmaras...... 6.95
Sillas y mecedoras
de metal.......13.50
Sof-mecedora de
metal ..........49 50
Papeleras modernas 2 75
Repisas de vidrio para
eso ulnas ........ 3.25
Espejos con tablillas
para baos .......... 8.50
Cepillo con estuche para
limpiar servicios......4.26
Cortinas para bao
chicas 3x6...... 1.75 y 2.50
Juego de alfombra para
servicio............... 1.95
Manguera para lavar la cabera
Recogedor de basura plstico
Cepillos para limpiar venecianas
Esponjas para el bao ..............
Ensaladeras de madera (Rose Wood)

COMPRE AHORA
SEGUNDO PISO 5 AVENIDA
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hospitales, talleres, y al pblico en general qua
su moderna fbrica de gases
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partir de maana mircoles 18 de julio.

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PAGINA CUATRO
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIEN!*
MARTES. JULIO 17, 1151
- CRUCIGRAMA -
k fe 3 6 6?e 19 10 11
l" |"
is 1 lis "
18 19 |20
30 adoi ^H
33 ^3? P-
14 5 46 1*7
48 " 1 "II3" nirM-
hORIZONiALfcS:
1Rey de Israel.
5Prefijo que significa diez.
9Amarre.
12Ciudad de la Repblica
Dominicana.
13Golfo del Ocano Indico.
14Forma de la segunda
persona.
15Mar salado de Asia.
16Substancia transparente.
18Con demasiada sal, Pl.
JOPiel de la cara.
21 Entregar
22Palos para aprender a
escribir.
26Comerciantes en vinos.
29Lista o catlogo.
SOArboles leguminosos.
31Nota musical.
32Detenga
33Comisionado, Abv.
34Que venden mani.
36Que no son frtiles.
38Fluido aeriforme.
39Impar.
40Parte posterior del cabello.
44Hijo de Atreo.
47nio de Laponla.
Hroe legendario espaol,
49 Delito.
60Canoa de los indios
mexicanos.
51En el mar.
$2Altares.
S3Desabrida.
VERTICALES:
1Propietaria.
2Hombre de mujer.
3Igual al 50 horizontal.
4Colaposlci6n potica
sentunental.
6La mujer del dux. Pl.
Letra castellana. Pl.
7Oxido de calcio.
8Sueldos anuales.
9Acechar.
10Tonelada, Abv.
11Demostrativo.
17Telegrama. Abv.
19Dativo, Abv.
22Figuras geomtricas.
23Animal cornpedo.
24Letra castellana, Pl.
25Hembra del toro.
26Humor acuoso de la sangre.
27Designada.
28Bebida alcohlica.
32Monedas espaolas.
34Signo fiduciario.
35Cloruro de sodio.
37Dominical, Abv.
40Rabo.
41Pedazo de madera.
42Medida de longitud antigua,
Abv.
43Recibidor, pieza principal
de una ca.sa.
44rbol de Venezuela.
45Nombre de varn.
46 Norte.
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rnr ere heego
nnnR pepe
IOS
Al ti A| DA,
SOS
{Dolores de Espalda,
Nervioso y Dolores
en las Covuohiras!
n
1-
lelos van-
__ cido, y
m.ana ds la i*nT. Mr mallo da los
nuavsfiSiBotiss o dlmlnatos tubos
flllro > lo rlflonas. SI ellos vsntnoa
4* loa rlflones o la vtjlia lo osera
sufrir eon levantadas nocturnas, ner-
vioaidad, doloraa ds piernas, ojeras,
lumbago, dolores ds laa coyunturaa,
rldea o ardor en loa coaduetos. de-
bido a la necesidad ds estimulante
diurtico, pruebe CysteK.
Dsahfase del cido drlco y isa
?enenos con la receta. medir llamada
Cyttex. que es an diurtico setlmu-
lante de los rones y paliativo para
la Irritacin funcional de la vejiga t
v'aa urlaarlaa en atado de acides
Cyatsx satisfacer* a uated rompleta-
rnents y ssr la medicina que uated
necesite. Pida Cyatsx hoy relamo
..CyitexS?
Noticia sobre el destino que
se le dar a las obras del
Manicomio origina protestas
Si el Canal ha sido el estmulo para las ciudades
terminales el Estado debe estimular el progreso
del Interior, afirman en Los Santos
LOS SANTOS. Julio 17 (Co-
rresponsal! Como un bao de
agua fra ha cado en esta ciu-
dad la noticia de que se piensa
dar otro destino a las ooras co
menaadas del manicomio naci-
A beneficio de la
Iglesia de San Feo.
se rifar Chalet
" Ya (fesde hace varios das cir-
culan por toda la capital los
boletos de la rifa de un chalet
amueblado de tres recamaras,
dos baos, cuarto de empleada
con su servicio, que ha de cons-
truirse y equiparse completa-
mente en un sitio magnifico y
cntrico del barrio residencial
moderno El Cangrejo, en la es-
quina de la calle C y D, a do*
cuadras solamente de la ca-
rretera principal de la Via Es-
paa, entre las avenidas Ar-
gentina y Euseblo A. Morales.
El fin que pretende esta rifa
es hacer los fondos necesarios
para ampliar y transformar la
actual iglesia parroquial de San
Francisco de la Caleta, de suer-
te que tenga cabida para ma-
yor nmero de feligreses, de
un modo cmodo, con las ven-
tajas que ofrece el adelanto
moderno de ventilacin e ilu-
minacin y que sea bella en
todo el conjunto de sus par-
tes, digna de aquel que more
en ella, y que con su infinito
poder ha creado y hecho cosas
tan hermosas. Adems se per-
sigue un segundo fin, digno de
todo encomio, como es el de
ayudar a la educacin de 30
seminaristas panameos, que
han de ser los futuros sacerdo-
tes panameos, en cuyas manos
estarn los destinos espirituales
de nuestra querida patria.
Dados los malos tiempos de
depresin econmica, el presb-
tero Guillermo Sosa I., Cura P-
rroco de San Francisco de la
Caleta, ha optado por poner el
precio mdico de fi balboas por
boleto de cuatro cifras y en un
tiempo de 8 meses de plazo, con
el objeto de que an la clase
obrera pueda obtener con co-
modidad su boleto que puede
ser, si la suerte as lo acompa-
a, el mejor seguro de su vida
y la de sus hijos.
A todos los que paguen su
boleto prontamente, se res ofre-
ce la garanta de regalarles 3
boletos ms, si sus 4 cifras con-
cuerdas con las 4 cifras del pri-
mer premio de la Lotera Na-
cional que se verifique antes
del sorteo del 24 de febrero de
1952, fecha fijada para esta ri-
fa, 1 boleto ms s concuerdan
con las 4 cifras del segundo
premio, y otro boleto, si con-
cuerdan con las 4 cifras del ter-
cer premio.
Para facilitarles a todos la
compra de boletos, se han dis-
tribuido por los principales al-
macenes de la capital y se ha
autorizado a diversos vendedo-
res para que en nombre del
Cura Prroco de San Francisco
de la Caleta los firmen y ten-
gan valor.
Se hace un llamado a todos
los catlicos panameos para
que cooperen a esta obra nece-
saria y en especial a los San
Franciscanos, que ha de re-
dundar no solamente para la
gloria de Dios, sino tambin
por el bien de todos y ornato
de nuestra capital.
nal, iniciadas por el ilustre y
extinto mandatario panameo
ostor Juan Demstenes Aroe-
mena, iq.d.cl.g.i mxime cuando
el actual mandatario, don Al-
cibiades Arosemena, prometi
al encargarse del poder, conti-
nuar dichas obras.
Es de lamentar que el actual
gobierno siga con las normes
absurdas y ruinosa de los go-
biernos liberales de mantener
en la zona canalera institucio-
nes que no son de imprescindi-
ble necesidad que estn en la
capital y que llevadas al inte-
rior redundan en positivo bene-
ficio para las comunidades por-
que contribuyen a levantar la
economa de dichos lugares.
Ojal el Estado panameo di-
rigido por' el nuevo presidente,
modifique la poltica econmica
egocentrlsta de los capitalinos
teniendo en cuenta que los in-
terioranos tambin somos pa-
nameos y que merecemos la
ayuda del estado para nuestro
desenvolvimiento econmico.
La poltica del liberalismo ha
sido hasta ahora el de manie-
rer al interior en completo a-
1,andino y miseria para en los
momentos preelectorales, arro-
jarnos un mendrugo y despus
cosechar nuestros votos y a:i
seguir mantenindonos en la es-
clavitud.
Es hora ya de que todo3 es
interioranos del lado ac del
ferry mantengamos una intima
unin para defendernos del e-
nemigo comn y denunciemos
con virilidad y entereza las u'.a-
r.lobras de los eternos eneaugos
del interior. Si el Canal ha si-
do hasta hoy una bendicin ael
cielo para las ciudades teid*
ndes el Estado debe velar por
que el Interior que nada tiene y
que no puede progresar sin \\
ayuda reciba un estimulo para
su propio desenvolvimiento.
El pueblo santeo confia en
que la Excelentsima Primera
Dama de la Repblica: Doa
Heliodora A. de Arosemena y
doa Malvina O- de Arosemena
viuda del extinto Pdte. Juan D.
Arosemena, gran estad lita
y gran visionario del destino de
nuestro interior contribuyan
con la fuerza de sus patritica*
voluntades y en recuerdo o.'l
grande estadista, a que esta li-
bra ae realice y que perpete su
r.iemoria.
Para resolver problemas de
la Cultura Nacional hace un
llamado Comit Aguadulceo
nuestro objeto la estadstica en
general nos puede suministrar.
Las erogaciones pblicas, los
movimientos demogrficos y los
ndices de poblacin escolar son
fuentes de consulta cuando se
intenta la ereccin de una es-
cuela de grandes proyecciones,
como lo es una Institucin de
enseanza secundarla. Cuarto,
que .dicho comit es un orga-
nismo como de cinco aos de
existencia propia, y por tal mo-
tivo se halla en condiciones de
hacer un llamado a las clulas
vivaa del pas para que en un
esfuerzo comn se pueda afron-
tar y resolver diversos proble-
AGUADULCE, Julio 17. (Co-
rresponsal). El comit de
Accin Pro-Escuela Secundaria
de Aguadulce, por conducto de
La Voz del Interior, tribuna al
sevicio de los intereses inte-
rioranos, hace la siguiente a-
claracin: "Primero, miramos
con agrado el' progreso global
del interior, sin diferencias geo-
grficas, tnicas, ni econmicas.
Segundo, las escuelas que se
adelantan en ciertos pueblos
nos causan sincera complacen-
cia y un santo sentido de emu-
lacin, como miembros que so-
mos de un comit, cuyas atri-
buciones son de carcter espe-
cfico primordialmente. Tercero,
en nuestra campaa pro-Cons-
truccin de la Escuela Secun-
daria de Aguadulce, necesaria-
mente tenemos que recurrir a
las informaciones que para
Ahora GLO-COAT da a sus
pisos un lustre que perdura
le* 9*
hume***
Usando GLO-COAT sus pisos man-
tienen su lustre aunque se limpie el
agua que en ellos se derrame o se les
pasen paos hmedos para sacarles el
polvo. Es maravilloso lo fcil que es
de usar el GLO-COAT. Apliqese a
pisos de mosaico, madera, cemento o
linleo y djese secar. Nada ms! No hay que
frotar . porque lustra de por s. Se seca en
veinte minutos y deja un bello y reluciente aca-
bado. Pida GLO-COAT Johnson's hoy mismo.
GL0-C0AT ahora es
...impermeable
GLO-COAT
JOHNSON'S

ss las E.U.A. por lot fibriomn a* la On Johaeoo'.
Distribuidores:
SIN PREOCUPACIONES. Todo tiempo pasado fu mejor,
dice el refrn. nosotros estamos de acuerdo, en cuanto a
nuestra juventud. Sin preocupacin de ninguna clase, este ni-
o se dedica a la pesca en un remanso cerca de su casa. Que
descansada vida la del que huye del mundanal ruido.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores oronramas
mas de la cultura nacional.
Rogelio Robles Garca,
Presidente.
Ovidio Quirs G.,
' Secretario.______
SeSeitiaTerripleneii.i
Dbil Despus de li
Eiferaeiid
La* CMulas da la Sangra
Nacaslfasrart Hlai 1 u Nusvs
H VA. asta anfarauae. aeaaoesa, dsM,
nrvless. a ss ataats acotado, su aaba para
aoasffo rnimmin ss aplanar ua frasea 4a asas
busto taloo Sarrufflaooo j somatarlo a sata
Phase, lots na fraseods FERRIZAM,
tusgo de uaa busma caminataVas basta don.
asfiditrataaaslliaiMPMiditraaaJtassa
-anaarst. Rutones, lomase dos pastillas tras
vecea al da con las comidas durante 10 das
iustamanta. Ss asombrar d. la raja y la rielo!nsia qa. aabra adquirido.
si
laa sarrios as babees cslsnada
latra so sa miradahebra
patito, y la vida tandri para lid. uaa pere-
lectiva complatamaau disarente.
EL FEHRIZAN ss pusda obtaasr an todas
farmacia. ObMaga ua fraaoo y enmlele
ruaba.
^i
Coim*as
diarias
(estivas
son
comidas

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servas Alimenticias Monarch: frutas, legumbres y
carnes . con todo su sabor j con todo su valor
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CA. PANAMERICANA DE ORANGE CRUSH, en Ptnam
Tel. No. 3-3219
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
TROPIDURAiA
Como Aika-Seluer es alcalino
neutraliza el exceso de acidez
gstrica y adems, por ser anal-
gsico alivia el dolor de cabe-
za. O sea que Alka-Selt^er es
de doble accin. Como no es
laxante se puede tomar a cus-
14441er hora.
Millones de personas pre-
fieren Alka-Seltzer por su sa-
bor agradable, por ser fcil de
tomar, por ser efervescente, el
camino ms corto para obte-
ner alivio.
Eche dos tabletas en un va-
so de agua y vea como bur-
bujea. Tome la refrescante so-
lucin. Alivia pronto. Tenga
siempre a mano-Alka-Seltzcr.
Alka-Seltzer Is toman a diario
J ^f', millones de personas.
Tmalo Ud. tambin.
< oaprt ti Dbrwlto da
uoa UbleU
o tubos UliUtaa
Alka-Seltzer


El buen
automovilista
no se apodera
de la calle al
lmar lasu
Al Pblico Automovilista
Invitamos a Ud. a la Gran Inauguracin
De La Estacin De Servicio Esso
"LA MODERNA'
(Interseccin de Jos de San Martn y Aquilino de la Guardia
(contiguo al Baturro).
HOY 17 DE JULIO A LAS 5 P. Ai..


MARTES. JULIO 17, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Keuaccin Social
de EL PANAMA.AMERICA
Telfono 3-3182 HORAS: l:M a 10:M a.m. Apartado 134
Matrimonio Pino-Franco
l.n el Santuario del Corasen de Mara contrajeron ayer ma-
trimonio, la encantadora seorita Lilla Franco, hija del seor In-
dalecio Franco v seora, Clorlnda P. de Franco, y el apreciado
caballero Guillermo Pino, hijo del seor Manuel Pino R. y dona
Rosala Franceschi de Pino (q.d.D.g.).
Apadrinaron la ceremonia adems de los padres de los no-
vios, la seorita Rosala Pino, el tenor Csar A. Mender, Srta.
Diamantina Franco, Sr. Rafael Halphen y Sra. Maria P. de Hal-
phen, seor Paul F. Brooks y Sra. LucUa F. de Brooks, Sr. Peter
Bornes y Sra. Gertrudis F. de Borres, Sr. Elias Sousa y Sra. Fe-
licia de Souta, Sr. Luis G. Pino y 8ra Gladys F. de Pino, Sr.
Carlos R. Berbey y Sra. Lucila de L. de Berbey,- Dr. Cristobal
Muoz, Srta. Mary Franceschi, In*. Diogenes A. Pino y Sra. Ir-
ma V. der H. de Pino.
La seorita Noeml Stella brego fue su dama de honor,
acompaada por el caballero Abdel Cohn. ;
Fueron sus. coleras las primorosas nlnltas Gladys Pino Tam
y Marcela Muoz Pino y Hero los anillos y las arras el nio Di-
cky Brooks Franco.
Despus de la ceremonia religiosa los padres de la noTla
ofrecieron una recepcin en su residencia, a la cual fueron invi-
tados sus familiares y amigos ntimos.
Al registrar complacidos esta noticia, deseamos a esta gentil
pareja, un cmulo de felicidades.
Comida en El Panam
Para agasajar11 un pequeo
grupo de >us amistades, S.E. el
Embajador del Ecuador seor
Sixto Dirn Bailen ofreci el
domingo una comida en el Ho-
tel El Panam.
Advenimiento
Felicitamos muy sinceramen-
te a los esposos Julio C. Royo y
seora Aura Jan de Royo por
el feliz advenimiento de un pre-
cioso nlito ocurrido en la Cl-
nica San Fernando.
Despus de haber pasado una
temporadr. en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares, regresa
maana a Santiago de Chile,
lugar de su residencia el seor
Gilberto Orillac. Lo despedimos.
De los Estados Unidos
Regresaron ayer de los Esta-
dos Unidos en donde pasaron
una larga temporada el Dr. Es-
nesto Ch y seora Gloria Chen
de Ch. Los saludamos.
Agasajo
El agasajo que ofrecern Las
Leonas en honor de dona Dia-
na de Pascual, tendr lugar
maana mircoles en la resi-
dencia de la seora Blanca de
la Oasa. Para mayor Informa-
cin pueden llamar al telfono
No. 3-1876.
Abandon el Hospital
Abandon la maternidad del
Santo Toms acompaada de
una hermosa baby, la distingui-
da seora Xenia de De La Las-
tra. Con mucho placer registra-
mos la nueva, y le deseamos mu-
chas felicidades.
Compromiso de Matrimonio
En la residencia del Dr. Ju-
lio Alemn y seora Emella Z.
de Alemn, durante una reu-
nin de carcter familiar, ae
anuncio anoche el compromiso
de matrimonio de su hija, se-
orita Julia Alemn, con el ca-
ballero Jos Core, hijo del se-
or Miguel Core y seora Ali-
cia de Core, felicitamos cor-
dlalmente a tan simptica pa-
reja. .
Para los Estados Unidos
Grato paaeo le deseamos a las
seoras Mayra N. de Bstrlpeaut
y Marta N. de Garay, quienes
siguon para Miami en donde
pasarn una corta temporada
Sigui para Nueva York por
la va area el seor Jack Mac
Grath. Lo despedimos.
Para Sur America
Despedimos al Secretarlo de
la Embijada de Panam en El
Ecuador, seor Ofilio Hazera
Jr. y seora Dora de Hazera y
sus nios, quienes siguieron
ayer hacia Quito.
Despedimos cordialmente al
seor Aqulles Guardia P. quien
sigue maana hacia Buenos
Aires por la via area.
[Bonitos cJrajes
de Cocktail
desde (Bf. i6.75
*
Calle 34 Edificio Lux
Tel 3-08B7
Para chicos y grandes
las deliciosas y
nutritivas
galletas
KEEBLER
De venta en todas
. las abarroteriai.
0 Coa Ut
BMW
CUANDO ALOUIIN DISPAMAMA
IOS GIBMENIS toaai UD. . .

CON
ANTISPTICO
LISTERINE
IN MOUIDA
fl Antiiptic tISTERINE puro destruye
millones de grmenes en la superficie de
la garganta. Ataque estos grmenes que
aparecen con Ice resfriados, antes de que
lo ataque a Ud.... no deje que le trai-
gan males mayor**. Tome las precau-
ciones debidas contra las complicaciones
de un resfriadohaga grgaras con Anti-
sptico LISTERINE puro!
EN RUMAS REALIZADAS DURANTE MAS DE 11 AOS,
AQUEUOS QUE HICIERON GRGARAS CON ANTISPTICO
USTIRINI DIARIAMENTE, TUVIERON MINOS RESFRIADOS
NUEVOS VESTIDOS
en seda y en algodn
Tallas: 9 al 20
7.95 y 11 95
LA CREACIN
Ave. Central No. 67
PANAMA
Aniversario de matrimonio
Celebran hoy el quint ani-
versario de su matrimonio el
Licenciado Manuel P- Rodrigue*
B. y seora Elida M. de Rodrt-
uez. Los felicitamos.
Restablecida
Anotamos complacidos la fi.e-
joria de la seora Benigna G.
de Morgan, quien durante vatios
cuas sufri quebrantos de saiud
en su residencia.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Emita L. de Paredes
Sra. Teresita A de Arlas
Sra. Carmen P. de Chanicieck
Joven Roberto E. Healy Q
Joven Erasmo Arlas Mnde:
nia Marcla Cecilia Ori.lac
Navarro
nio Antonio J. Alfaro Eitil-
peaut
nio Alberto de la Guardia A-
rosemena
nia Berta Ojap
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra Elida Mara A. de Zubleta
Sra. Laura B. de de la Guardia
Srg Catalina A- de de la
Ea repostera significa
muchsimo la calidad
de los ingredientes...
si usted emplea lo
mejor, tiene asegura-
do el xito. Por eso
en polvos de hornear
debe preferir el Polvo
de Hornear Royal...
famoso en todo el
mundo por su alta
calidad.
BOYAL
G-^&ftM
Sia/tub***
Se restablece la
normalidad en la
Rep. de Guatemala
GUATEMALA, Julio 17 (UP*
El diario semi-oilcial "La
Maana", informa que "vuel-
ve a la normalidad la capi-
tal". El Gobernador del e-
Clamento de Isabel Informo
>er puesto en libertad a
ocho personas sealadas como
Ydlgoristas, que fueron can-
taradas ayer, y que en dicho
Departamento reina la tran-
quilidad.
Un boletn de la Guardia
Civil comunica que no se
permitirn m a n i f estaciones
de ninguna clase debido a la
restriccin de garantas, lo
mismo que toda clase de reu-
niones tendientes a alterar el
orden pblico.
Se inician hoy las
negociaciones para
braceros mexicanos
WASHINGTON. Julio 17. (UP)
El Departamento de Estado
anunci que las negociaciones
Guardia
Srta. Marina Ucrs
Srta. Aura Margarita Tinker
seor George Novey
seor Mario Luis Romero
Sebastin Tapia en el Liceo
La anterior fotografa nos muestra el acto llevada a cabo en el Liceo de Seoritas con mo-
tivo de* la despedida del loven Sebastin Tapia, herido el 1* f; Diciembre de 1M7 y parali-
zado de por vida, quien pronto partir hacia Estados Lnlo/Js su s:t toiaclldo a nuevos
tratamientos. El circulo "Sebastian Tapia" ha organizado una ser'' de presentaciones del
"Hroe de la Juventud Americana" asi fue deslarai'o en un cu .Jso juvenil en Mxico
en los planteles de la ciudad, llevando la representacin del truuo en el Liceo de Seoritas el
joven Belisario Herrera. ___________^_____________________
para un nuevo acuerdo para 1<
importacin de braceros mexi-
canos a Estados Unidos se ini-
ciarn en Mxico hoy.
El Senador Alien Ellender en-
cabezar la delegacin norte-
aW^C/KAft esfos riqusimos pudines que M
pu*dmn preparar en un santiamn...
"' Se les agrega lecha,
i cocinan una S minutes, liso os todo!
UN REGALO PARA UD.
LA CUCHARA DE SCOTT
De Plstico Duradero
en Colores Hermosos
/^- B9TA
( CUCHARAS PRECIOSAS
\TieNeN TANTOS U0O8
-
18% CW
di
timie
iGRATISI Pida el paquete grande de
Emulsin de Scott conceniendo una
cuchara lioda. Obtenible en seis
atractivos colorea Y entonces d a
su fimilii todos los das este tnico
alimenticio, rico en vitaminas y pre-
parado cientficamente. Es recomen-
dado por muchos medicos. Pronto
Ud. veri a su familia mis fuerte y en
mejor salud.
S^ EMULSION de SCOTT
Tnico Al,mentido de Alta Energa
CUDRUPLE POTENCIA
con ti
__K
rAfOSR
iiuiio cw*
.Sis****!'
CREMA DE LECHE
ESTERILIZADA
2>e Afmda
cmu rMsomtAA*. oof sr conswva ot rsrs
No hay nada que mejore mis el
sabor de una taza de caf que Avo-
set ... esa pura y deliciosa crema
de mesa un nutritiva. Hasta a los
cereales y frutas los hace mis sabro-
sos y nutritivos. Avoset os crema
de leche esterilizada e higinica...
no necesita refrigeracin antes de
desuparse. Se conserva por meses
.. siempre fresca y sabrosa. jY es
Un conveniente tener!
FJESE tN LA ETIQUETA VERDE
americana la cual incluir a
diez representantes del De-
partamento de Inmigracin y
Naturalizacin d e 1 Departa-
mento de Estado.
El Presidente Truman firm
la semana pasada la ley qua
permite la entrada a Estadcs
Unidos de braceros mexicanos.
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
Mod
AVOSET
OTRO PRODUCTO
(uso)
Si la lata na ttna I
soldadito, no es FLIT
La ms cmoda, la ma's suave de las
toallas sanitarias. No hay nada como
Modas*.
fc.Juct. 4
JorVmon s^otWoH
'jNUVO! SENSACIONAL!
NS0B0MMTE ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
Se aplica apretando al'
frasco con los dedos
ATOMIZADOR nESODOBANTE OnO.RO.NO
-no ea Alo nuevo iSWmo, i r
mi'vn en ni frmala Superior. Mil
moderno, mis prctico, ma *nra.
lAMJU El olor del mrlor drupa rece
initnnlneamente y protest 24 horas..
Detiene el sudor tin peligro.
.OFENSIVO-No irrita la piel noraaal. tale
a diario. No daa la ropa.
tCONOHUCemtnarri de alomitacioBM i*
cada pomo. Dura y dora.
CONVENIENCIA f I nuevo pomo plstic*
aiul, ni i* rompe al gotea.
ATOMIZADOR
ODO-RO-NO
El diaodorantr sin par
\rt
/,
*
*

SL
Culex la har ms elegante
Ningn esmalte de uas, a ningn previo har en*
manos tan elegantes como Cutez. Est hecho con
"enameion" que hace perdurar el lustre ... maravillo-
samente. Cute*, no se agrieta, desprende ni descolora.
Tono* modernsimos.
MAS ELEGANTE. Isa el nuevo
lpiz labial Cutx fino, luave,
dura bello en lo* labio*. En ma-
tice* que combinan armoniosa-
menta com, el esmalte para ua*
Culex.
El esmalte para uas ms popular t\el mundo
_


._. .. ...._.___
M;i\ rti
r. %
ARTES, ULIO 17, 1951
NO Hay Mejor Via Para VENDER .ALQUILAR, COMPRAR, Etc
Que la ruta al Departamento de- los CLASIFICADOS DEL P A.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
12 palabras.
3f por cada
palabra adicional.
HERVino LEWIS
Ay. T1t.II No 4
T.l. I-WI
KIOSKO DE LEBSEP8
fn *' Lampa
NOVEDADES MORRISON
*r. 4 4 Juba
Tel. t-tUl
BOTICA CARLTON
At. Mtlndn lf.lt
TL JSICol*.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
OH* U Oaalt Na. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
ralit "II" No. II Panam
Ara. teatral 12-170Col.
| Los Cigarrilieros conservaron el comando y
; el Bam subi al 2o. lugar con sus triunfos de
anoche en el basket masculino de primera
Por BETO -TEJADA .
Bam y Chesterfield triunfa-
ron en los Juegos celebrados
anoche en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal correspondiente al Campeo-
nato de la. de la Liga Provin-
i cial. El primer -juego lo gan
el Bam al Mauricio por 59 a
44, logrando los ganadores un
fcil triunfo. Cellis con 19 pun-
tos, SIbauste con 34 y Jato con
13 puntos fueron los mejores
anotadores por el equipo gana-
mientr&s que por los perdedores
SE COMPRA
COMPRAMOS: Fords, Chavroltt.
Marcury. Coupe, y Sedan, oo
1946. 1947. 1948. 1949. 1950.
1951. Ofrecemos buenos precios.
Poro informacin llame al Tel. 3-
0035 o acudo a Via Belsono PO-
RRAS. ESTACIN SAS.
SE COMPRA:Una coma de hospi-
tal. Telefoneor al 3-1374.
COMPRAMOS maz blonco o amari-
llo o B.5.50 el qq. El Molino Crio-
llo. Panami.
MISCELNEA
No necesito ser calvo, la cada del
pelo se cura pronto v seguro con
, Quinar. Quinar destruye la caspa.
Quinar hace crecer el cabello Qui-
nar se venda en todas las* buenas
formados.
HOSPEDAJE:Desea Ud. cuarto cn-
trico, cmodo y barato? Lo encon-
trar. Calle Estudiante No. 98. te-
_ lfono 2-1508.________________
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General
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sexo:, experiencia en propaganda.
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SI NECESITA: Alante venfeeor
can buenas referencias y auenai
con.ii.net M al comercio. Buen
tururo para al homar, apr.piado.
Coimet.m Imperial. Central 27-
A.
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M.mu.l 1.15.00
a Lotes ron Collet y Acueducto da
la Ciudad desde B.1.00 el meVro.
e Alquilamos equipo pesado pata
movimiento de tierra,
a Alquilarnos lotes a largos plazos,
e Club de lotes. B.3.00 y 8.4.00
semanales
Opoftunie'.e':
nico, lote en "El Cangrejo" a B. 6,-
00 M2. Excelente ubicacin.
Robert* Mir 2-1215
SI VINDIN:
Lotes, baratos. Chalets y cosa de 2
apartamentos en "El Cangrejo".
Infrmese
Reharte Mir 2-1215
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Comioneta G. M. C.
Metlica en perfectas condiciones
mecnicas. 5 llantas nuevas. Infr-
mese telfono 2-2040 de 8:00 a.
m. a 1:00 p. m. cort el seor
Grau.
SE VENDE: Pick-up 1-2 tonelada.
Plymouth, del 36. B.350.00. Lla-
me Tel. 3-4438.
SE VENDE:Un Ponel una tonelada
morca Inlernationol, oo 1949.
Tel. 2-4624, 8 o 12 y 2 5 p. m.
SE VENDE: Lote Arroijn. 1,200
M. Acueducto, luz. Tel. 2-1488.
8-12 o. m.
SE VENDE: Abarroteria y Refres-
quena en Victoriano Lorenzo No.
6.
SOCIO con capital P.3,000.00 ga-
rantizado por finca necesita para
omphar nogocio d* GRANJA AV-
COLA cerca Panam, productivo y
seguro. Infcrmor Comisariato Cho-
rrillo. Calle 25 Oeste No. 13, Tel.
2-1416.
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA: En Club X. Vista
Hermoso. Moderno chalet con am-
plias comodidades. Precio $60.00.
Telfono 2-1851.

SE NECESITA: Bueno cocinera con
experiencia. Avenida Per No. 71.
SE NECESITA:Empleada par ofi-
cios domsticos, familia pequea.
Solicite Bazar Francs Departamen-
to de Calzado.
SE NECESITA:Empleada de buar>a
presencia. Imprescindible' tengo
xperriea. Buen sueldo. Calle 52
caso'No. 8, Apta. 4.
SE NECESITA:Empleada. Calle 52
Este No. 10, apartamento 6, Bella
Vista.
SE NECESITA: Empleada, servicio
casa, lovar, planchar. Debe dor-
mir empleo. Fomilia Toussieh, ca-
lle 44. No. 37. Apto. E.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ofi-
cios de casa en general, debe ser
competente y tener buenas referen-
cias, poro informas dirijase a Ave.
Central No. 247 altos, apartamento
SE ALQUILA:Chalet en Via Porras
No. 64. Sola comedor, porch. 2
recmaras. 2 servicios sanitonos,
cuarto empleada, cocino, cortinas
venecianos. lamperas, terrazo y
gori|e. Tel. 3-1863.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
ALQUIL, n:
orribaTd! 1
;Loeol pora oficina.
Teatro Central
CLNICA, equipado, altos Farmacia
Solazar, calla 16 Oeste No. 28,
Panam.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado con
entrado independiente, para uno o
dos solteros. Informacin Avenido
Jos Gabriel Duque No. 2.
SE ALQUILA:A persona honoroble
cuarto en casa de fomilia, B.25.00.
Informes Estacin de gas, Parque
Lefevre.
ANTES Y AHORA
La actual situacin econmica ha motivado
considerables rebajas en el precio de algunas
propiedades.
_ .. precio actual
Residencia. Calle 47 Bella Vista. No. 19.
sobre lote de OO m- en distinguida y
tranquila vecindad. 3 recmaras, agua
callente, etc. Un Talor sobresaliente,
B/. 30,000.00 BA 22,500.00
Residencia, Ave. Justo Arosemena. No. 53.
moderna, cmoda y elefante, 6 recmaras, HAGA SIT
etc. BA 47.800.00 OFERTA
la mejor esquina comercial de la Avenida
Central, 550 m- con frente de 18 mts. Se
darn informes personales nicamente. BA 125,0ef).0
Casa, Calle 13 Oeste, No. 30 mamposle-
teria, para vivir con su familia v ade-
ms recibir una renta. BA 12,500.00 BA 19,259.99
Especial lote de 00 m- con a) casa
mixta de dos apartamento* y b) un cha-
let de 3 recmaras, renta de BA 150.00
mensuales, situado en buen sitio de San
Francisco. BA 12.500.00 BA 9.500.N
Le ayudaremos en el financamiento de todas
estas propiedades.
LOTES
Campo Alegre, "centro de la ciudad". BOO m?
con frente de 20 mts. al norte 12.00 m- BA 1.50 m
Altos del Golf, quieta y distinguida vecin-
dad, diferentes tamaos con amplios
frentes 5.50 m-
BA 3.75 m*
BA 11.00 m*
BA 5.99 n\i
BA 4.25 m
Bella Vista, diversos tamaos 18.00 m-
Paltllla, 655 m2. frente de 20 mts.. lote
excepcionalmente bueno 7.00 m--
San Francisco, lotes pequeos con grandes
frentes 0.00 m-
Las Cumbres, "el barrio del futuro", diver-
sos tamaos 2.50 m- BA 1.40 m*
Ud. qu separaba precio, bajo*, aproveche ahora!
ill Wolff y Compaa Ltda. |||
REALTORS
"ISuettra Integridad es su Garanta"
Call* la., No. 22 Plaza de Catedral Tel. 2-2388
Tropicol Motors S. A. E.ienos trabo-
jos de mecnica o razonables pre-
cios, vistenos.
SE VENDE: Hllman Minx Sedon,
1950. B.1,300.00. Se aceptan fon-
dos fiduciarios. Focilidades de pa-
go. Llame 3-0759.
SE VENDE:Comir chosis "Stude-
baker" Mod. M.I7. doble dife-
rencial, motor perfecta condicin,
siete llantas 8 25 x 20 Michellin.
muy buen estado, un ao uso.
Precio mdico. Lime telfono 555-
J, Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento con dos
recamaros, sala-comedor, bao y
cocino, B.60.00. 1 Entrada Son
Francisco). Llave Avenida Cuba
85. Telfono: 3-0841.
Conservan su
enviado a las duchas en el 5o
por descontrol siendo auxiliado
por A. De la Lastra.
Este juego se empat en 3
ocasiones. E. Justiniani conect
imparable de 4 esquinas a uno
de los envios de John en el 4o.
acto con un compaero en a
segunda almohadilla por peca-
do de H. Alvarez con dos outs.
Especlase en
mistad hacia el rgimen de
Franco. Dijo: "A quin cree In-
glaterra que va a defender al
tiene una nueva guerra?"
Los diarios matutinos de Ma-
drid no mencionaron la confe-
rencia de Sherman con Frai.co.
No se ha podido saber si Slitr-
man visitar nuevamente al Ge-
neralsimo Franco formalmente,
pero l y su esposa asistirn a
una fiesta maana en conme-
moracin de 15o. Aniversario de
la revolucin espaola.
Suben
a quince
llegada de las tropas pero in-
tent avanzar nuevamente des-
de la direccin opuesta, escu-
dndose con las mujeres. Cuan
do los soldados empezaron a
montar sus armas, los manifes-
tantes emprendieron la huida y
acabaron de ser dispersados por
otros camiones de tropas que
avanzaron por detrs.
Aunque los-altercados fueron
presenciados por el correspon-
sal de la Prensa Unida, el jefe
de polica los desminti di-
ciendo que con motivo de la
ley marcial no puede reunirse
gran nmero de personas.
Se dice que la polica retir
el cadver de un hombre del
cuartel de los "Partidarios de
la Paz". 8e supone que ae tra-
ta de una de las victimas de
los desrdenes del domingo, pa-
ra quien los comunistas pro-
yectaban una manifestacin en
masa con motivo de au entierro.
La polica inform que solo
cuatro personas perecieron en
los disturbios, pero una inves-
tigacin llevada a cabo por la
Prensa Unida en los hospitales,
revel que el total es de quince
muertos y otras tres personas
en trance de morir. El total de
heridos se dio como de 353.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento moder-
no de dos recamaros y salo-come-
dor, en edificio "Mullar". Aveni-
da Tvoli No. 18. Llomar Tal. 2-
1032, Sr. Corrers.
SE ALQUILA: Aportomento, do
recmaras, sala comedor, cuarto
servicio, garage. bien ventilado.
Calle 2a. Perejil No. 11, Tel. 3-
0533, ocurra misma casa .altos.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Cana
SE VENDE:Estufa de gas cuotro ;
quemadores, horno, B.60.00. Ca- '
lie 40 No. 13. Telfono 3-1574.1
SE VENDE: Por motivo de viaje:.
Juego de recmara en excelentes i
condiciones. Llame telfono 3-!
1975 de 9 a. m. a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:Un estante, juego de
sala tapizado, refrigeradora "West-
inghouse" y mezcladora. Avenida
"B" No. 89 altos, Apto. 7.
SE DESEA
DESEAMOS matrimonio sin hijos, que '
conozco de labores da campo pa- I
ra cuidar casa en el Valle de An- 1
ton. Debe tener recomendacin del '
lugar donde trabaj antes. Ca.
Dulcidio Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbri- j
ca tie Mosaicos. Ave. Cuba No, 8.
SE VENDE
Boten v Motores
SE VENDE:Loncha de 65 pies de i
largo, 2 motores "Diesel" 150 ca-
ballos cada uno. 43 toneladas na-
tas. Pesca camarones, cargo pa- I
sojeros. Tel. 2-2252, Dr. Mora-
les.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
U VINDIN :~Clara, tabana .,.
cato acanalada. Fl-Tex (tartn
aialadet aara cele ratee) ttade-
rat. lavaeaejtat, aicuaaaa*. ate.
lot aratiet mu balea tn alaia,
AGINCIA; OLOBALIS. Via ieaa-
Sa. Ilaianae a lun 'reaca. Tal.
I-1501
SE VENDE:Refrigeradora de cinco
pies cbicos en excelentes condi-
ciones, recin pintada, B.60.00.
Heloderia Oriental, frente al Pa-
lacio Nacionol. Calle 3o. y Ave.
COMPRE...
TROP.'DURA
PROTEJAMOS XA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
Para que su casa
o establecimiento
luzca mejor, pn-
telo con las famo-
sas pinturas
SHERWIN
WILLIAMS
(cubren la tierra)
gran surtido de colores.
ctgBE
Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1424.
SE VENDE. Tierra pora rellenos.
Servicio de pala de 8 a. m. en ade-
lante. Corretera Transistmica. Es-
quina Blockmigoh. Tal. 3-0035.
SE VENDE:Uno congelodoro y uno
refrigeradora de 4 huecos. Precio
de gango. Llame 2-2882 de 7
12 a. m.
SE VENDE.Barata, mquina de te-
jer esprines de cama. Informes Tel.
3-4438.
IL CANAL DI PANAMA OFRICE
IN VENTA
Se recibirn propuestos selladas has-
ta las 10 y 30 de lo maftona del 19
de Julio de 1951. por I tanque pa-
ra aceite, U. S. No. 168. da 934
barrites de capacidad, situado en Mt.
Hope. telfono 3-1826, I sedn
Chevrolet, qua st encuentra en el
Almacn de Cristbal, telfono 3-
1256, y 3 bombas centrifugas, si-
tuadas en la Seccin I, Almocn de
Balboa, telfono 2-2720. Se podrn
conseguir los formularios pora las
propuestas en los lugares indicados
arriba o en lo oficina del Superinten-
dente de Almocents, Balboa, telfo-
no 2-2777.
LA COMPAA ML CANAL DE
PANAMA OFRECE EN VINTA UN
EDIFICIO
Se vende ol mejor postor el edificio
No. 330, Gatn, el Clubhouse de
Chagras. Sa recibirn propuestas en
pliegos cerrados, en el despacho del
Superintendent* de Almacenes, Bal-
boa, hasta las 10 y 30 de lo maa-
na del 27 de Julio de 1951. cuan-
do se han de abrir tr pblico. Se pue-
den conseguir los formularios para
las propuestas, cor los pormenores
completos, en las oficinas del Super-
intendente de Almacenes, Balboa y
en las de los Administradores de Ca-
sas (Housing Managers I en Crist-
bal y en Gatn.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Acabamos de Recibir
GARAS DE PESCAR
DE VIDRIO
que ser el ltimo embarque
segn las condiciones
actuales.
Tambin tenemos un surtido
variadsimo de
CUCHILLOS DE CAZA
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279
Tel. 3-0140.
CORREAS
de TRANSMISIN
(En todo* los tamaos)
PUERTAS
AMERICANAS
3 x i 16.75 10%
2.5 x 7 15.50
2 x 7 14.78
Ricardo A. Mir,
JA
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
LAMPARAS
Para Residencias
SE VENDEN
VIDRIOS
DE DE GRUESO DE LAS
SIGUIENTES MEDIDAS:
36 x 36"
36 x 69"
48 x. ( MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 16 Oeste 47.
Telfono 2-3181.
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 1( Ote No. 4 Tel. ttM
SE REQUIERE AGENTE y
DISTRIBUIDOR
nico en Panam para la dis-
tribucin de una gran varie-
dad de receptores de radio 7
televisin de manaf a e t a r a
britnica "Etronic." Para ob-
tener detalles completos escri-
ban a: Messrs. Associated Ex-
ports, Ltd., 6 Laurence Pount-
ney Hill, Londres E. C. 4, In.
(laterra.
dor, mientras que Brady con 141
puntos, Sonell con 9 puntos so-,
bresalleron por el Mauricio.
En el segundo partido efij
Chesterfield se impuso al Carta
Vieja por S4 a 47, siendo est*
juego tambin un fcil triunfa
para los "cigarrilieros". Santos
con 17 puntos. Williams con 11.1
y Frazer con 14 fueron los me-JI
jorea por el conjunto ganador"1
HightoWer con 14 puntos, Pona
con 13 y Quiroga con 12 s
destacaron.
. PAPEL en rollo
de 18 y 24 pulgadas
MANILA
VASOS
"H" de 6, 7. 8 y
10 onzas
. BATERAS
para Flashlights
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
LADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hora* por 1 saln de kerosene. Toma
94% de Aim: y solamente fi'r de
KEROSENE. Completamente segura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni malo*
olores Es tan sencilla que un n!f>o
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nam a Precio tan Bajo
por sk)...B/.9.9S
Tenemo lodos loi Repuesta.!
De Venta en lodis Ut FKRRETF.RIAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANG, S. A.
Cel* Calle y Ave. Ralbo
Tel. 3*3.
finimi. Ave. Ontral II
Tel. -2e7
Para Entrega Inmediata
CARROS INGLESES
de conocidas marcas
STANDARD VANGUARD
Sedan de Cuatro Puertas
TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER
Sedan de Dos Puertas
CARRO PANEL
STANDARD
PICK-UP
STANDARD
PARA INFORMES LLAME
a lo telfonos:
2-2930 2-1619
SE VENDE
Plywood de j de grueso
Madera fina.
MEDIDAS
36 x 72" .....a B/.4.00
48 x 72" ..... 5.00
MUEBLERA
LA COMPETIDORA
Calle 1C Oeste 47.
Telfono: 2-3181.
Se acerca ms
entendimientos y demoras han
sido causados por las dificulta-
des en la traduccin.
Los comunistas abrieron la
primera sesin del martes con
la discusin por Nam II de los
artculos de la agenda propues-
tas por la delegacin de las Na-
ciones Unidas. La clarificacin
y significado de las traduccio-
nes tom "considerable tlempj"
Los noventas minutos de las
conversaciones de hoy suman el
total de tiempo de las conver-
saciones a 14 horas y 12 mi.iu-
tos en cinco reuniones.
En la reunin del martes no
se vl a ningn guardia arma-
do e el sitio de conferencias.
Slo habia dos comunistas ar-
riados en el rea y dirigan el
trfico, que vlrtualmente no e-
xiste. en las calles de Kaesong.
Cuando termin la sesljn, el
jefe de la delegacin de las Na-
ciones Unidas, Vine-Almirante
C. Turner Joy. sall de la sala
de conferencias sonriente. Los
norcoreanos tambin estacan
sonrientes pero o los chinas
i
CUARTEL DEL OCTAVO E-
JERCITO, Corea. Julio 17 CJFi
Cientos de soldados comuni?-
tas se encuentran movinese
alrededor de las defensas rejas
al sur de la ciudad neutral de
Kaesong a ambos lados de la
carretera por donde viajan los
convoyes aliados diariamente-
Todava no hay ninguna ex-
plicacin oficial a stos movi-
mientos alrededor de Kaesoi.g,
los que han seguido al anuncio
de que por lo menos 27 nucas
divisiones comunistas han bido
enviadas al frente de Corea pa-
ra aumentar las fuerzas comu-
nistas a unos 720,000 hombits.
Un circulo de diee millas al-
ededor de Kaesong es Inmune
a lo ataques de parte de las Na-
ciones Unidas durante las coo-
I versaciones para el cese de me-
lgo. Sin embargo, stas resi.ru:-
clones no son aplicables a la
zona en poder de los ojos al
sur y sureste de a ciudad, pero
los soldados de las Naciones U-
nidas han evitado tener encu'n-
itros con los comunistas en se
sector mientras duren las con-
versaciones.
En el frente central y orien-
tal las patrullas de las Naclci.es
Unidas continan martillando
las posiciones enemigas, obli-
gando a los comunistas a n'tt-
farse tres milas y media, o sea
casi dos millas al norte de
Kumhwa.
Al sur de la gran base roja de
Kumsong las tropas de las Na-
ciones Unidas conquistaron un
terreno importante en una o-
fenslva de tres das, y lograion
rechazar a un escuadrn iojo
sin dificultad.
El mal tiempo Impidi a la
aviacin aliada continuar sus
ataques, pero las unidades na-
vales continuaron su sitio del
puerto de Wonsan en la costa
oriental de Corea del Norte, el
cual lleva ya seis meses conse-
cutivos.
El fakir Urbano
resolvi di alto
costo de la vida
TAXI
RADIO
20 MAS rUEDEN VIAJAR -
TAN BARATO COMO I
24 Horas
de Servicio
13-3344
Piel Que Pica
Ckairizifj por el Ncyo
Deicvbrririieflft)
H pM ti*iw rea. < M milln
iiralnutaa poma y uni|u donda
a aJolan lea armanaa 7 eauaaa una
an-IMa eemasea j a**or, rlataa, aru-
ataaM* 4a at ll, aaaama, pial tac.-
i aen*. aapinlUaa. terna, eoma-
i6 4a laa plaa 7 otraa malaa. Loa tra.-
laialaajtai ordinario producn nnlca,-
maata allrla ttaiporal pora.ua do n-ia-
lu loa armana cauaaaua Sal mal.
nu.ra dtarubriailanto Nix.darm
mata loa |(rmtn 7 atajara aa catia limpia, anara y
atractivo aa una amana. H4a boj
aa ka aotloa Niaaalarm para allmlnar
la Tardadora can
Nxoderm
, 4a laa aafarmada
da a-
raia.
W *> rSW
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B'.Q.SO
Entrega
inmediata
Heparacionea
seera les.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E #23
Tel 3-1713
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
T x 6 v 2' 8'
Calibre 26
SE NECESITAN:
Dos jvenes y de* seoritas
de buena presencia con expe-
riencia en ventas. Sueldo b-
sico, comisiones. Ave. Central
39. Oficina 494 de S a 9 a.m.
solamente.
Agendas Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
DEFINITIVAMENTE ------
en prctica la Idea.
Deseoso de servir a la comu-
nidad y entusiasmado por la ca-
lurosa acogida que me dispen-
sara el seor Presidente, inici
conversaciones con los dems
miembros del Concejo, quienes
en su mayora acuerparon mi
sugestin, pero a base de que
la obra fuera dirigida por un
Alcalde dinmico y decidido
porque la Indiferencia y apatia
con que el Alcalde titular veia
los problemas de la comunidad
no les inspiraba confianza. Co-
mo no me guiaba ms deseo
que el de desarrollar una obra
de beneficio comn, sin Impor-
tarme quin fuera el rector de
la misma, a condicin de que
sta se realizara, suger la con-
veniencia de consultar con a-
bogados notables la linea de
conducta-a seguir dentro de la
legalidad, si es que haban de-
cidido sustituir al Alcalde, y
a tal efecto fueron consultados
Ilustres Jurisconsultos.
En posesin del Estatuto le-
gal que estableca la forma co-
mo debamos proceder acced
gustoso a dar mi voto con la
finalidad nica y exclusiva de
poner en prctica el plan de
los comedores municipales.
Mi actuacin no ha tenido
otro mvil ni me ha guiado
otro deseo que el de laborar
i en beneficio de la comunidad
! capitalina, pero por razones de
todos bien conocidas, me ha
sido imposible lograrlo, en vista
de lo cual he decidido separar-
me definitivamente de la cu-
rul edilicia; pero quiero antes
Instar al Alcalde, quien quiera
que ste sea, para que sin egos-
mos ni vacilaciones proceda a
iniciar una obra de urgencia
inaplazable y que de ser con-
ducida debidamente podr sin
dificultad ser fcilmente soste-
nida con los fondos municipa-
les.
Estas son las razones que me
Indujeron a participar en lo
acontecimientos del jueves da
13 y como estoy seguro de ha-
Ya pronto llegar a Panami
alguien a quien no le import.-. el,|
alto costo de la vida. Se trata
cel Fakir Urbano, quien se pre-
sentar en el "Teatro Mayo" el
27 de Julio. .<
El fakir Urbano no tiene pro-
blemas con el alto costo de la
vida, pues puede pasarse haota
30 das sin probar bocado.
Gran revuelo ha causado el
Fakir Urbano en los pases qua
ha visitado, pues los mdicos no
se explican cmo su cuerpo pue-
de soportar tal ayuno.
Urbano explica que se trta
slo de la supremaca de la
mente sobre la materia, y qua
todo puede hacerse con fue.za
de voluntad.
Naci Urbano en Ro de Ja-
neiro, haciendo sus estudios en,
"El Caraca" un seminario on-
cerrado entre florestas monta-
as. Urbano comenz a estudiar
la ciencia Yogi, y poco a peen,
se fu acostumbrando a ayui.fr.
hasta lograr el "record" de 30
das consecutivos.
A su presentacin en Panam,
Urbano ser encerrado en una
urna de cristal a cual aera la-
crada y sellada por las autori-
dades- Adems, esta urna e.-ta-
cerrada con 10 candados, cu
\as llaves se distribuirn a ios
miembros de la prensa. La Urna
estar a la vista del pblico en
ei "Teatro Mayo" durante los
.50 das que dure el ayuno rfel
Fakir Urbano, 24, horas al da.
Sin duda alguna que la pre-
sentacin del Fakir Urbano en
Panam dar mucho que ha-
blar, asi como en todos los pa-
ses que ha visitado, Incluso tiu-
lopa.
ber actuado en defensa de los
intereses de un pueblo agobiado
por la miseria y el hambre,
espero confiado el fallo de la
opinin pblica.
De Ud. Atto. S. S. y amigo,
Gustavo Trius,
47-18560
Lleg a Panam
se firme con la resuelta deter-
minacin de todos. Ello es lo
nico que puede dar protec-
cin contra los propsitos Inno-
bles y de mentalidad unilateral
que animan a los dspotas del
comunismo para la dominacin
y la conquista del mundo.
De importancia vital pr*
nuestra defensa mutua contri
la amenaza y la agresin es m
podero econmico del mundo
Ubre. Por ello me dedico con es-
pecial inters a la cuestin de
la colaboracin econmica er.tr
ios Estados Unidos y la Rep-
blica de Panam.
Con placer espero la oportu-
nidad, durante mi permanencia
en Panam, de familiarizarme
ce verdad con la Repblica y el
pueblo panameo, a quienes mt
esposa y yo presentamos nues-
tro ms caluroso y cordial sa-
ludo
Para interesar
Personal Profesional y no pro-
fesional en saneamiento del
medio ambiente. Proyecto se-
tenta y siete: Facilidades da
Adiestramiento y Servicios da
consulta mediante el Estable-
cimiento de un Centro Paname-
ricano de Aftosa.
La Repblica de Panam ha,
contribuido con la suma de B.
2,714.00 como la cuota corres-
pondiente al presente ao, para,
poder beneficiarse con la ayu-
da tcnica.
Este distinguido funcionario
de la Unin Panamericana qua
ahora nos visita, saldr prxi-
mamente para Costa Rica, ha-
biendo visitado en misin tc-
nica a Guatemala. El Salvador
Mxico y la Repblica da Cuba



ITRS. JULIO 17, 1951
El PANAMA AMERICA D1AJUO inUaTsWDIsUIT*
r AGIN A* SIETE
Coronada la Reina del Instituto Nacional

?%
' El sbado Bisado tuvo lujar la coronacin de la Reina del Instituto Nacional, en un acto
solemne que fu presenciado por ana irn concurrencia. En la grfica aparece S.M. Edith
Primera coa su corte de honor.

Nuevo ingrediente!
permite mejores afeitadas.
ntidas y sin irritacin
Maravillosa substancia-elogiada por los mdicos
'uda a proteger la piel contra los efectos
de la intemperie y la navaja
O seor! Ahora usted puede, darse, mucha
Viejor que antes, afeitadas a ras de piel,
tidas . y sin irritacin!
Gracias a laboriosos y extensos experimen-
to*, por fin puede usted disfrutar de una
lueva y magnifica crema de afeitar que re-
resca la piel a la vez que usted se afeita. Esta
rmula revolucionaria tiene por base una
aaravillosa substancia llamada Extracto de
uiolina.
jEl Extracto de Lanolina refresca la piel a
a vez que usted se afeita, y ayuda a conservar
i aspecto sano y juvenil del rostro!
IILOOIADA POR LOS MIOICOSI
amas crema de afeitar alguna fue tan acia-
nada por la profesin mdica. 251 especia-
atas de la piel que ban probado la nueva
Vliams alaban el que se baya agregado
Sxtracto de Lanolina. Ahoracada vez que
usted se afeita con la nueva Crema Williams
disfruta de esta maravillosa substancia. Y,
cuanto ms use Williams, ms se convencer
de lo benfica que es para la piel.
|USE WILLIAMSI
Si usted desea afeitadas ntidas, a ras de piel,
que ayudan a conservar el aspecto sano y
juvenil del rostro, use la nueva Crema de
Afeitar Williams. Es la nica Crema de Afei-
tar que contiene Extracto de Lanolina.
mtotnce
Pginas de Amor
o las 7:30 p. M.
TODOS LOS WAS DE LUNES A VIERNES
en un programa auspiciado por la
Ca. del guila Imperial.
Un programa estelar e la radio favorita
s
UP,
anamericana
Conservan su invicto
los Dragones Jr. en el
baseball de Santa Rita
Los Dragones Jr. mantuvie-
ron su Invicto al vencer ayer en
el Estadio Olmpico por 9-2 al
Dep. Aracelly en la Justa me-
nor del baseball de Santa Rita.
Los muchachos que comanda
Castaedas Moreno, se apode-
raron de las anotaciones desde
el comienzo de las hostilidades
guiados por el brazo derecho
de su lanzador estelar 'Cheln"
Cordn, para triunfar mereci-
da y holgadamnte.
La contienda proseguir ma-
ana en la tarde en el Estadio
Olmpico con el juego Barriada
vs Scarlet.
En el doble sabatino de la Li-
ga de Baseball de Santa Rita,
celebrado en el cuadro de Ba-
rraza por los equipos del circui-
to Menor, salieron airosos en
sus desafios el Aracelly que le
propin la segunda derrota a
los pupilos de Carlos Eleta por
pizarra de 4-2 en el mejor Jue-
go de la tarde para colocarse
en el tercer puesto de la justa.
A. Marclscano mantuvo a la
batera del Eleta sin hit ni ca-
rreras hasta el 5o. acto donde
T. Aguilera conect el primer
Imparable de su equipo al en-
trar de emergente y anotar
una de las dos carreras.
En el otro partido el Azteca
Jr. sali d perdedores al ven-
cer contra viento y marea, por
el arbitraje defectuoso de J.
Scantlebury, a los granilleros
por el abultado score de 12-7
para desocupar el stano. Los
primeros en anotar fueron los
granilleros qulene-- aprovecha-
ron el parpadeo de los lanzado-
res Grimas Jr. y F. Urea,
quien sustituy a Grimas sin
outs en el primer acto para lue-
go darle paso a C. John en ese
mismo acto, para cubrirse de
gloria al detener a los contra-
rios y guiar a su equipo al trlun
fo desde la loma y con el bate
al conectar 4-2 entre ellos un
cuadrangular con un compae-
ro en base en el 5o.
E. Daz comenz en la caja
del Granillo pero tuvo que ser
*Pa i P col >
Naddy Nestle dice:
Srvalo con
EVERREADYde NESTLE
Chocolate con Azcar
y Leche
Se prepara al instant*
en la tasa.
REMITIDO
Explicacin necesaria al pblico de la Capital
Por NGEL VEGA MNDEZ
Promet a la ciudadana hacer una pormenorizada explica-
cin sobre mi actuacin durante dies mesea ve estuve al frente
de la Alcalda del Distrito Capital, lo coal cumplo por este medio,
con la frente en alto y con la conciencia tranquila por el deber
cumplido.
Un pseudo Comit Pro-Autonoma Municipal y algunos otros
encamisados enemigos, llevan dos largos meses de estar escudri-
ando a su antojo los archivos, expedientes, libros y dems do-
cumentos de la Alcalda, en su afn de encontrar algo doloso en
mi contra. v
Como tena que ser, se han estrellado con la roca Inconmovi-
ble de mi honradez, patrimonio sagrado que 'me legaron mis pa-
dres. Defraudados en su vano intento, ahora pretenden, apoya-
dos por un periodista inmoral, desfigurar loe hechos relacionados
con los contratos firmados por m durante la pasada administra-
cin municipal.
Antes de entrar a disipar tan malvola intencin, quiero dar-
le las gracias a estos sujetos porque al publicar la lista de tales
contratos, lejos de hacerme dae, estn dicindole a la ciudadana
que yo si trabaj, hice labor, dej obras de beneficio comn y
alivie la angustiosa situacin econmica de muchos hogares hu-
mildes. Tendra que consultar los arcrflvos de la Alcalda para
.saber si efectivamente tales contratos ascienden a la suma que
segn se afirma "dilapid" para beneficiar a mis protectores. De
todas maneras, yo ped que se abriera una investigacin, la cual
espero se efecte para precisar cifras y responsabilidades.
Se afirma en "La Nacin" del domingo 15 del presente mes.
que yo, en mi carcter de Alcalde, dilapid B.87,173.72, para ayu-
dar a mis protectores.
Pues bien, en honor a la verdad, debo decir con macho or-
gullo, que si dilapidar fondos municipales es para favorecer a mis
protectores, es construir en el corto tiempo de diez meses ms
de cuarenta obras diseminadas en los distintos barrios de la ciu-
dad en donde residen mis "protectores", los humildes hijos del
pueblo que me favorecieron con sus votos en la pasada campaa
electoral, entonces acepto eomo cierto el cargo y me pongo a las
ordenes del Tribunal popular para que me sancione como lo
mereico.
Al final de este remitido dar al pblico la lista completa
de todas las obras que representan esos contratos. Alli estn
a la vista de todos en cada barrio como una realidad innegable,
como un mentis a los canallas y difamadores.
_ Cuando me hice cargo del Despacho de la Alcalda, me en-
ter que todos los meses se publicaba en la prensa con sdica
complacencia, la existencia de fuertes sumas de dinero del Mu-
nicipio en el Banco del Estado.
Al momento que esto se haca, miles de panameos se apre-
taban el rinturn, totalmente amargados, ante la presencia de
una terrible y angustiosa crisis econmica, secuela de la ltima
conflagracin mundial. En los hogares panameos de los barrios
bajos, clavaba sus garras mortferas el hambre v la miseria,
mientras las arcas municipales estaban repletas de dinero.
Comprend de inmediato que se cometa una infamia v que
era urgente aliviar en algo la. triste suerte de les seres humanos
que habitan los tugurios malolientes y destartalados de nuestra
urbe.
Comprend de inmediato que gobernar es devolver el dinero
a los contribuyentes, al pueblo, en servicios pblicos, en obras de
beneficio comn.
Comprend de inmediato que la Ciencia Hacendarla indica
que los presupuestos no deben tinalixar o liquidarse ni con su-
pervit ni con dficit, sino que antes por el contrario, era de Im-
periosa necesidad abrir fuentes de trabajo con recursos fiscales.
Comprend de Inmediato que la misin del gobernante no es
la de acumular fortunas en los bancos en detrimento de la vida
y salud de los asociados, como si se tratara de capitalistas In-
humanos y sin conciencia.
Comprend de inmediato que de conformidad con el artculo
63 de la Constitucin Nacional, el trabajo es un derecho y un
deber del individuo y que el Estado por intermedio de sus repre-
sentantes debe emplear todos los recursos-que stn a su alcance
para PROPORCIONAR OCUPACIN A TODO El, QUE CAREZCA
DE ELLA y debe, asimismo, asegurar a todo trabajador las con-
diciones econmicas necesarias a una existencia decorosa.
En acatamiento a esta norma constitucional de innegable
beneficio social, orden por exigirlo tambin el ornato y conser-
vacin de los bienes municipales, la pintura de todos los edificios,
parques, platas, cementerios, etc. etc. Varios cientos de hom-
bres humildes, muchos de eUos adversarios de rgimen paname-
ista, encontraron ocupacin y aliviaron las penalidades de sus
madres, esposas, hermanas e hijos. Para complementar esta fi-
nalidad, orden la pintura de todos los edificios nacionales y las
rasas particulares. Por toda la ciudad se vea movimiento de
hombres afanosos en lograr el sustento honradamente. Si todo
esto es falso me remito al testimonio del pueblo capitalino. Que
me juzguen los tribunales de los hombres humildes y no los fi-
libusteros y demagogos.
Le pido al gremio de pintores que me desmienta pblica-
mente si esto no se ajusta a la verdad.
Mi' labor no se concret a la rutina de administrargiusticia
dentro de las cuatro paredes del Despacho. Recorr con? el Dr.
Brown, de la Oficina de Sanidad de la Zona del Canal y con el
Ingeniero Municipal los barrios populosos v orden la reparacin
urgente de las casas en lo que respecta a escaleras, pisos, vigas,
recorte de balcones, etc.. etc. Con motivo de esta disposicin
muchos carpinteros y alballes encontraron un lenitivo a su dura
situacin. Si lo que aqui manifiesto es falso, pido a estos gremios
obreros que me desmientan.
Prosiguiendo en esta campaa de ofrecerle trabajo y bien-
estar a los humildes, orden la confeccin de las aceras de casas
y lotes, obra esta que, adems de embellecer la ciudad, procur
recursos a hogares desheredados de la fortuna. Fresca est en
la memoria del pueblo las dificultades y polmicas que sostuve
para hacer efectiva esta iniciativa.
En cumplimiento siempre del precepto constitucional co-
mentado, creamos un cuerpo de macheteros para la limpieza de
lotes particulares con lo cual se consigui el ornato de la ciudad
y se ahuyent un tanto el hambre de un sector considerable de
hogares pobres. Los obreros del machete de Juan Daz y Pedre-
gal y muchos detenidos, as como el Director de la Crcel Modelo
podrn decir si esto es o no cierto.
Hecha esta aclaracin necesaria, paso a explicar el problema
de los contratos que mortifica a los seores del pseudo Comit
Pro-Autonoma Municljal:
Se afirma que firm ms de cien contratos sin los requisitos
legales de licitacin.
En primer trmino, debo Informar que de conformidad con
el Estatuto Provisional de los Municipios, se permite celebrar con-
'ratos sin licitacin cuando el monto de los mismos no pasa de
K. 1,000.00. Hasta donde yo recuerdo, todos los contratos firma-
a la Obm Maestra
dla
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dos ;>i por sumas menores de B.l0u.oo.
Se me critica que para evadir la licita*ion se divida una obra
*n varias partes. Kilo es cierto, y slo me,movia el deseo c\* ayu-
dar a la mayor cantidad de ciudadanos. El mismo Fiscal del
Tribunal de lo Contencioso-Admiaistrative. en vista relacionada
con la impugnacin de estos contratos, afirma que tal proced- ;
miento no est prohibido por la ley, y antes por el contrario, fa-<
vorece a un mayor nmero de personas. Quien est Interesado <
** ''ifKar, mis aseveraciones puede If al mencionado Tribunal.!
Debo indicar que el mismo Estatuto Provisional en uno de sus
artculos dice taxativamente que cuando una obra es de recone- <
cida urgencia, puede suprimirse la "lli Ifaoroh.'
De casi todos los barrios de. la ciudad llegaban a la Alcalda,
artas y memoriales pidiendo se les construyera alguna obra de
beneficio comunal. Consciente de mi deber solicitaba de los in- '
tfresados varios presupuestos, los cuale* ran enviados al Inge-
niero Municipal para su estudio. Cuando el Ingeniero calcula-
ba con su leal saber y entender el costo de un trabajo, me remita
con una nota el presupuesto ms econmico. Slo entonces y
con el visto bueno del profesional entendido en la materia (re-
curdese que yo soy abogado) se firmaba el contrato.
Durante la construccin de la obra, el Ingeniero haca cons-
tantes inspecciones y slo cuando l reciba el trabajo a satis-
faccin y pona el visto bueno, firmaba vo la cuenta respectiva.
En mrito de todo lo anteriormente expuesto, si una obra
cosi ms de lo que en realidad deba costar, cosa que no creo.
y si nn trabajo se recibi en malas condiciones, que tambin
o dudo, es lgico y notorio que no es el Alcalde el responsable. .
Por esta ratn solicit al Comit de/ marras, al ex-Alcalde Na- "
jarro, al Consejo.Municipal y a mis detractores y enemigos gra-
to tos, que abrieran la investigacin para ubicar responsablllda- .
es, lo cual ahora y por este medio nuevamente solicito.
Por la radio y prensa se me acusa de malversacin de fondos
municipales, de robo y de enriquecimiento ilcito. Algunos da-
mis detractores se empean en difamarme, sin acordarse siquie-
ra que tienen record policlvo no muy edifican! ey de ue en los
Tribunales de justicia reposan expedientes en su contra Justa-
mente por delitos comunes.
En una ocasin lo manifest y ahora lo repito, que yo jams
fn la Alcalda trafiqu con mi conciencia, ni vend resoluciones,
ni fallos. En mis diez meses de administracin nunca se levan-
t la voz airada de sindicatos ni de particulares por supuestas
violaciones de la ley.
He aqui la lista de las obras a que se refieren los contratos:
'--Gimnasio para beneficio de las nias que estudian en el Co
leglo de las Hermanas de la Caridad de la Calle,4a. 2Parque
en el Corregimiento de Juan Daz (no ha sido terminado an
noroue no se le ha pagado al contratista ni un solo centavo)
SParque en el Cuartel Central de Bomberos. 4Poto y tanque
de agua y reparacin completa de la Corregiduria de Chilibre.
'Gradera en el campo de juego de Barraza. 6Reperarin to-
tal de la casa de propiedad del Municipio situada en la Calle 33
y Avenida Mxico. 7Grama en la Avenida de los Poetas. Gra-
ma en la Via Argentina. ISiembra de palmas reales v cuba-
nas en la Via Argentina. 9Reparaciones sustanciales a la
casa No. 23 de la Calle 19 Este bis. propiedad del Municipio. 10
Parque en la plata Rodolfo Aguilera, dndole un aspecto moder-
no a este sector de la ciudad, 11Reconstruccin del cementerio
de Pacora y consrtuccin de .una capilla de velacin en el infe-
rno lugar. 12Demolicin de los viejos muros antiestticos de la
plaza Amador Guerrero para acondicionar provisionalmente en ti
campo de juegos para menores. 13Construccin de un parque
frente a la iglesia San Miguel. 14Siembra de rboles a lo lar-
go de la Via Espaa para llenar los vacos de esta linda arboleda
iniciada por Alcaldes anteriores. 15Construccin de un mono-
lito de mrmol en la Calle Jos de San Martn en honor al Ilus-
tre Procer de la gran nacin Argentina. 16Demolicin del
antiesttico kiosco del Parque de Lessens, guarida.de afemindos
y maleantes. 17Construccin de la Plaza Mateo Uurralde.
18Reconstruccin del Parque Ricardo Mir, antiguo Urraca (no
est terminado porque el contratista no ha recibido un salo cen-
tavo del Municipio). 19 Reperarin total d la Corregidura de
Pacora. Se le adicion una celda especial para mujerea. Se le
hizo nn poto artesiano con un tanque de almacenamiento- de
agua para beneficio de toda la poblacin. Se le construy un ser-
vicio sanitario moderno a la COrregldura. con su bao, incluyen-
do un tanque sptico. 20 En la populosa barriada del Maraen
se acondicion el viejo gimnasio existente y se le hicireon las adi-
ciones necesarias pava convertirlo en uno de los primeros gimna-
sios amateur de la Repblica. 21En el Club Santo Domingo, de
la Calle 4a. se construy una terraza para beneficio de los depor-
tistas de ese lugar. 22Se reconstruy totalmente el malecn
adyacente al Palacio Nachsaal. 23Reparacin total de la Corre- .
giduria de Juan Dafs, Tt-i-Dispeasafio en el populoso barrio de
Rio Abajo (an no se ha abierto por la decidla de quienes .co-
rresponde). 25Fue reacoridicionado el Palacio Municipal, inclu-
yendo las oficinas. 26Pavimentacin alrededor del kiosco de
Santa Ana para evitar lodazales. 27Fue reparado, acondicio-
nado y pintado el kiosco de Catedral. ZMFue reparado, acondi-
cionado y pintado el kiosco de Santa Ana. 29Ayuda de quince
mil balboas en materiales para la creacin de la Biblioteca infantil
en esta capital, anexa a la Biblioteca Nacional. 30Relleno de
la parte Sur de la Corregiduria de Rio Abajo. 31Construccin
de planos a la poblacin de Jaqu para la construccin de una
iglesia. 32En colaboracin con la Liga Cvica Nacional, se hi-
cieron los estudios, plano y presupuestos para el parque de Rio
Abajo. 33Limpieza general y arreglo de la estatua de Vasco '
N'et de Balboa y el parque respectivo. 34Construccin de un
nuevo y moderno dispensario en el populoso y humilde barrio del
Chorrillo en la CaUe 27 Oeste. 35Relleno y nivelacin en el
cementerio La Cruz. 36Relleno y nivelacin en el cementen
que queda al lado del anteriormente mencionado. 37Arrgelo
completo de las bvedas del cementerio para evitar ue los gases
de los cadveres en descomposicin salieran, por las nimerosast*
grietas. Esta lista la he hecho ttssrlb en la memoria, por lo enal
considero que no es completa.
Para terminar quiero hacer constar al pblico que en la ma- "
yoria de los contratos, a pesar de que la obra se bis, el contra- '
lista hasta la fecha no ha recibido un solo centavo de parte del
Municipio, por haberse presentado, con nimo de perjudicar, de-
manda de nulidad de tales contratos en el Tribunal de le Con-
tencioso Administrativo. -
... y es porque Ipana limpia
mucho, mucho mejor! Descubre a
, sus dientes todo su esplendor... ayuda.
a conservarlos sanos ... deja la boca
freses! Una sola prueba convence j
entusiasma. Comience hoy a usar
Pasta Dental Ipana y lusca siempre
"la sonrisa de Is belleza".
Recuerde: In hi pt
vencin 4* km cari** mn-
s ' dniric# ha
did* hai tar m*
M,a


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3:30 Don Qukero
Dramatizacion, cortesa
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3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
dirige Rene Santos
4:00 Noticiero "Perelra"
4:15 Dedicatorias
5:45 Drcula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacln RPA
G:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Ki-rima, la Cancionera
Sentimental
6:30 Sucesos de la Humanidad
6:45 Sus Canciones Preferidas
Flavlo Garca, acompaa
Lucho Muoz. Cortesa de
Floristera Valvn
7:00 Solos de rgano_
con Lucho Muoz
cort. de Ron Carta Vieja
7:15 Lazos de Odio
dramatizacln, cortesa de
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7:30 Pginas de Amor
dramatizacln cortesa de
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7:45 La Voz Emocional de
Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario de una Mujer
dramatizacln RPA
cortesa de Almacenes
La Aurora
8:15 Dos canciones y un poema
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cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de cigarrillos
Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatizacln, cortesa
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con Soils y Gmez
cortesa Bazar Panam
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy
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MARTES, JTJLIO 17, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO WDEPENDIEWTB r~
MGINY NDETE
Contina Esta Noche La Reida Lucha Para
Entrar En La Serie Final De Basketball Menor
o o o
Los Ires partidos
debern resultar
muy interesantes
o O o
Basketball de 2a. Categora
Provincia de Panam
Circuito Masculino
ESTADO DE IOS EQUIPOS
Grupo "Gringo de la Guardia"
G. P. Pie.
ptica Sosa ....... 1000
Fuena y Lu .,.....5 0 1.000
Transistmica ......3 2 -S0"
Felimex............3 2 .800
Ciela ..............3 3 .500
Rebeldes .......... 3 3 .500
Eva Pern .........0 4 .000
Fuerte 15 ............ 0 4 .000
Orion .............0 5 .000
Grupo 'Che Villalobos"
Dep. Eleta .......... 3 I .875
A. Barcelona ........ 3 1 .875
Bam Jr............3 1 .875
Centenario .......... 2 1 -675
Pepsicola ..........2 2 .500
Rodelag ...........2 2 -500
Panamericano ....... 1 3 .250
Lefevre...........1 4 .200
Madurito .......... 1 4 500
Por BETO TEJADA
La contienda Provincial de
Basketball de segunda categora
ofrecer esta noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional tres Interesantes
partidos a cargo de los equipos:
Bam Jr. vs Centenario
7.45 p.m.
Fuerte 15 vs Eva Pern
7.30 p.m.
Rodelag vs Barcelona
En el primer pleito de la no-
che, los competidores defienden
una magnifica oportunidad de
mantener su opcin al derecho
de ir a la serle final, pronos-
ticndose ur- reido lance en-
tre estos os equipos. En el se-
gundo Juego el Fuerte 15 tra-
tar a toda costa de entrar en
la columna de ganadores, ade-
ms los competidores se juga-
rn su ltima opcli para ir a
la serie final. En el ltimo jue-
go de la noche Rodelag y Bar-
celona, lucharn desesperada-
mente por el triunfo para man
tener au opcin a la etapa fi-
nal. German Roa y Cardales
sern los rbi!os,. Velarde_aj4
anotador y Aizpuru el Cieno-
metrlsta.
El equipo Lolito
Patino en la Jnaug.
del basket de Antn
El yate "Chriqu" gan importante regata
ANTON, Julio 17 (Correspon-
sal Chong)Ante una buena
concurrencia se Inaugur el s-
bado la justa de baloncesto de
Antn, en la cual toman parte
tres equilibrados quintetos. Los
equipos desfilaro" ante la con-
currencia antes de iniciarse el
partido Inicial, acompaados
por sus respectivas madrinas y
los miembros de la directiva,
arbitros y andadores.
El Sr. Hernn Dominciano
Broce, Secretario General del
Club social y deportivo Antone-
ro hizo uso de la palabra, en
representacin de los dirigen-
tes de la Liga.
El primer partido corri a car
go de los equipos Lolito Patino
vs Ingeniero Rcgis, venciendo
los patllstas por la abultada
anotacin de 31 a 18. El Lie. Lo-
lito Patino lanz la primera
bola de este choque. En el otro
juego el Deportivo Estacin
venci al PRI de Penonom por
33 a 23.
ARTES Y OFICIOS
DEPORTIVO
Por Miguel A. Jurez
Con un magnifico desfile de
equipos se Inaugur la Justa
Interna de foot-bail de la Es-
cuala de Artes y Oficios; los
equipos lucan vistosos unifor-
mes, despus se bendijo el cua-
dro, luego fu izada la bande-
ra por el Director da la Escue-
la, ing. Ernesto E. Argot*.
Tomaron la palabra, el Ing.
Norberto Navarro, Ministro de
Obras Pblicas, gran coopera-
dor de la Escuela de Artes y
Oficios.
El Ing. Ricardo Bermdez,
Ministro de Educacin, Don
Manuel Roy, Director General
de Educacin Fsica, y el Direc-
tor de la escuela de Artes y
Oficios Ing. Ernesto E. Argote.
Terminada esta parte co-
menz el primer partido, entre
el Dep. Flora de Salas y el Dep.
Refrigeracin, ganando los pri-
meros por 3 goles a 0; los me-
jores goleadores del Dep. Salas
fueron, Carlos Diaz con 2 goles
y Ricardo Samanlego con 1. En
el segundo partido de la tarde
la Mueblera Tun derrot al
Dep. Veracruz por 4 gules a 0,
los anotadores por el Mueblera
Tufin fueron, Aguilar con 2
goles. eco de Len, con uno
y Julio Martinez otro. En el l-
timo partido result muy re-
ido y termin empatado a 0
tantos entre el Dep. Arroyo y el
Mayor RDey "Puja".
HONOLULU. Julio 17, (CP).El yate "Chlrlqu
Tucker McClure, parece haber .ganado la 17a.
yates debern completar an l recorrido, y u
ven Ncwsmark, de Los Angeles, se encuentra
qu". El primer y ate. en llegar fu el de Rich
v 44 minutos para cubrir 2,225 millas desde S
una delanter de*do* feas al 'Morning Star"
"Morning Star", tomano ocho das, 21 horas
tes tambin mejoraron el tiempo establecido p
ther", el "Evening Star" y el "Skylark". Los
al "Chlrlqu" a mantener la victoria._________
, de Balboa, Zona del Canal, y propiedad de
regata trans-Pacflco de yates, aunque 21 otros
no de ellos, el "Eventide", de propiedad de Ste-
en posicin de arrebatarle el triunfo al "Chirl-
ara Reems, "Morning Star", diet das, 16 horas
an Pedro. El "Chlrlqu", sin embargo, le dio
y su tiempo es mejor en 15 horas que el del
y 41 minutos para 1 recorrido. Otros tres ya-
or el "Morning Star" y stos son el "Fairwea-
vientos contrarios que estn soplando ayudarn
En un aparatoso
accidente muri
pelotero cubano
MARACAIBO, Julio 17 Al medioda de ayer llegaron
los restos del pelotero cubano
Pablo Sama quien pereci en
un accidente automovilstico en
Agua Viva, Estado Trujlllo.
Se inform que ! cadver
fu enbalsamado y se gestiona
aqu enviarlo a Cuba. Lo acom-
paarn ngel Custodio Gon-
liez, propietario del Orange
Victoria y Cheo Ramos coach
del mismo equipo quien contra-
t a Sama y otros peloteros
cubanos en La Habana.
En el accidente tambin se
anunci result herido Edmun-
do Amoros pero no de grave-
dad. Sardina tiene serlas lesio-
nes en ambas piernas.
Por un punto logr el
Chester vencer al
Madurito el Sbado
Por H. TEJADA V.
Los fanticos que presencia-
ron el Juego entre Chester y
Madurito el sbado en el Gim-
nasio Nacional, salieron con-
vencidos que el Madurito es un
equipo tan bueno como sus con-
trarios de esa fecha. Emplean-
do toda su escuadra y con un
poco de mejor suerte pudieron
los clgarrleros superar al Ma-
durito en uno do los partidos
"ms rpidos", celebrados en
esta temporada por anotacin
final de 42 a 41.Madurito, que
el sbado demostr ser un nue-
vo equipo para esta segunda
vuelta en el Basketball Mayor
Provincial, luch palmo a pal-
mo con sus contrarios para
vender cara la derrota.Los
ganadores lograron 12 canastas
encestaron 18 tiros libres de los
23 Intentados e incurrieron en
13 faltas personales, sacando en
conclusin que la victoria se
debi a la efectividad en el co-
bro de los tiros libres. El Ma-
durito logr 15 canastas, ences-
t li puntos de 21 Intentos y
cometi 17 faltas personales,
fallando en el cobro de los ti-
ros libres. El Madurito jug con
la direccin de Marcelino de
Obalda que combin sus fi-
chas con bastante acierto. Fra-
zer con 10 puntos, Santos con
11 y Williams con 10 fueron ios
mejores de su equipo, mientras
que por el Madurito sobresalan
Mlcolta con 11 puntos, Arose-
mena con 9 y Castorina con 7.
Italia y Alemania
se dispulan juego
decisivo de tennis
MUNICH, Julio 17 (UP)La
lluvia provoc una interrupcin
en el partido dscisivo del semi-
final entre Italia y Alemania
de la Zona Europea del torneo
por la Copa Davis, entre el ale-
mn Gottfried Von Cram y el
italiano Rolando de Bello.
Cuando la lluvia oblig a sus-
pender el Juego Von Cram lle-
vaba una ventaja de dos sets
a uno. Despus de cuatro dias
los equipos se encuentran em-
patados a dos matches.
Es la primera presentacin
de los alemanes en la Copa Da-
vis en-la postguerra y cinco mil
aflcionadqs alemanes aplaudie-
ron con entusiasmo a Von
Cram cada vez que ganaba un
punto al Italiano.
Esta semana finaliza
el circuito semi-
intermedio de S. Rita
Por MAJ
Atractivos partidos de los Cir-
cuitos Intermedio y Semi-lnter
medio del Baseball Juvenil de
Santa Rita que dirige el Rato
Martlz se ofrecern esta sema-
na comenzando maana, y se
espera finalizar el sbado la
contienda de la Categora Senil
Intermedia.
En el circuito, Intermedio cho-
carn maana Vega Mndez y
Dep. Chester; el Jueves se me-
dirn el ganador de este parti-
do con el Gringo de la Guar-
dia.
En el Circuito Seml-Interme-
dlo tenemos que el mircoles
jugarn Mauricio vs Crisol; el
vencedor de este encuentro se
medir contra el Dep. Tufin,
y el ganador de este lance ga-
nar el privilegio de Jugar el
s.-bado con el Angellnl por el
Campeonato.
Con Dos Partidos Se
Reanuda Est Tarde
El Volleyball Colegial
Las competencias lntercole-
glales de volleyball se reanudan
esta tarde a las 5 en el Gim-
nasio Nacional con dos atrac-
tivos partidos a cargo de los
conjuntos
Profesional vs. Instituto
(femenino)
Instituto vs. IPA
(masculino)
En el encuentro de las damas
el equipo de la Profesional de-
fender su Invicto en el pri-
mer lugar, mientras que sus
rivales del Instituto Nacional
lucharn por entrar "en "la co-
lumna de ganadores. _____
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Hnmberto Alsamors
Charles Confa
En Noquear a
Walcott Maana
PITTSBURGH, Tullo 17 (UP)
Ezzard Charles entrar al
ring confiado en que vencer
por tercera ves a Jersey Joe
Walcott en la pelea que por el
campeonato mundial peso pesa-
do se celebrar maana.
Ezzard Charles las dos veces
anteriores que se ha enfrenta-
do a Walcott se ha contentado
con el triunfo por decisin, pe-
ro en esta ocasin tiene la es-
peransa de terminar rpido por
la via del nocaut.
Mientras tanto el boxeador
de 37 aos de edad finaliz sus
sesiones de entrenamiento ayer..
Dijo Walcott que tratar de
conquistar el campeonato "tan
rpido como sea posible".
Con reidos juegos
comenz el torneo
escalera de ajedrez
Con la participacin de 13
ajedrecistas de las tres clases
del Club, se dl comienzo al
torneo "Escalera" de ajedrez
que est celebrando la Socie-
dad Cubana de Panam.
En el sorteo Inicial para ocu-
par los peldaos de la escalera,
las fuerzas de los participantes
quedaron bien balanceadas y
comenz la lucha de los de aba-
jo contra los de arriba, resul-
tando algunos cambios en las
posiciones y varias parejas se
mantuvieron firmes en sus pues
tos por medio de reidos empa-
tes.
El resto de los aficionados
que no estuvieron presentes en
la inauguracin de este torneo,
pueden participar en la prxi-
ma vuelta pero ocupando los
ltimos puestos.
La direccin de este torneo
est a cargo del ajedrecista na-
cional seor Luis Farrugla.
En reunin celebrada ayer en
la maana por la Sociedad Na-
cional de Dueos de caballos,
38 socios votaron a favor de que
el seo Ibero Fernndez con-
tinuar como Handlcaper del
Hipdromo Nacional y elimina-
ron asi las tan discutidas ca-
rreras de condiciones.
El seor doh Agustn Boanes
compr al ejemplar peruano
Coragglo -n la suma de B.2.800.
Al ltigo nacional Catallno
Iglesias le levantaron la sus-
pensin que tenia de Segunda
Orden, por la calda de Cuto
Jaramlllo.
8r. Humberto Alzimora, sr-
vase publicar esta carta en su
muy leda columna "Deportes
de los Reyes".
Panam, Julio 16 de 1951.
Seores Miembros del
Patronato de Juegos,
Panam.
Honorables Seores:
Hace mucho tiempo los Ji-
netes panameos estamos su-
friendo el flagelo de castigos
Injustos y decisiones inconsul-
tas de parte de los Comisarlos,
quienes por falta de nociones
hpicas o por capricho nos im-
ponen con frecuencia.
Por otra parte, denuncia-
mos en forma categrica la ma-
nera injusta y discriminatoria
como se nos trata a los jinetes
nativos con relacin a los for-
neos.
Por razpnes anteriormente
expuestas, pedimos a los seo-
res del Patronato de Juegos,
que entre los Comisarlos fi-
gure una persona con capaci-
dad hpica, y suficiente para
que se nos trate con justicia.
Sugerimos a la persona de
Don Julio Mercado R quien sin
duda rene todos los atributos
para ser un excelente Comisa-
rlo y una garanta para el ele-
mento hipico en general.
Sin otro particular y agrade-
cindole la atencin que le me-
rezca esta solicitud a los Se-
ores del Patronato.
Nos suscribimos,
Sociedad Nacional de Jinetes.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN:
Se obtiene
ms kilometraje
por litro
COH
CHAMPION
"No conozco mor manera de tono-
miiar an eombuttibU"crib Albarl
Colme*, chfor o taxi an Pori. "Soy un
chfer do taxi. Como
natural, cuanto mayor
kilomofrajo mo rindo
coda litro do combui-
bl, mayorM son mh
oanancias. Por aso,
reinstalo nuevas
Builas Champion coda
15.000 kilmetros.
No conozco manera
mas eficaz do
ahorrar combustible
v evitar trastornos
en el motor."

Prwttbctas dl mundo entero
por mas dt m coorto do tifio
En el otro Juego correspon-
diente a los varones, tanto los
muchachos del Panamericano
como del Instituto Nacional, se
empearn por obtener su pri-
mera victoria y salir de la re-
taguardia.
Social Deportiva
Esta hoy de cumpleaos el
deportista y amigo Alfredo R.
Soto Jr. quien por tal motivo
ser agasajado por sus amigos
con un buffet esta noche en su
residencia. El deportista Soto
es un buen ugador de football
y baseball y actualmente esta
jugando en la Liga de Santa
Rita. Unimos nuestras felicita-
ciones a las muchas recibidas
en este dia.
Reciba nuestras sinceras feli-
citaciones con motivo de su
cumpleaos que celebra hoy
Juan "Farolito" Clausell, Juga-
dor de baseball y softball en el
sector atlntico.
Ray Robinson y
Turpin pelearn
de nuevo en Sept.
LONDRES, Julio 17 (UP)
El promotor Jack Solomons a-
nunci qne Randolph Turpin y
Sugar Robinson se volvern a
enfrentar por el campeonato
peso medio en Nueva York en
el mes de septiembre.
Solomons dijo que espera
una taquilla de 500 mil dlares
y s Turpin por esta presenta-
cin le tocar 100 mil dlares
lo nico que puede ofrecer ya
que las autoridades de Nueva
York no permiten una multitud
mayor de 50.000 personas en los
espectculos.
Mientras tanto en Nueva
York el promotor Harry Mark-
son dijo que la firma de este
contrato no es definitiva.
Los Medias Blancas Vencieron
a Los Atlticos y Los Medias
Rojas Perdieron Con El S. Luis
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Medias Blancas se coloca-
ron a poca distancia de los Me-
dias Rojas, al derrotar ayer a
los Atlticos por 9 carreras a
5, mientras que los Carmelitas
vencan por la misma anota-
cin a los punteros de la Liga
Americana.
El cubano Luis Aloma se ano-
t su tercer triunfo del ao sin
revs, mientras que su compa-
triota Orestes Mloso bateaba
un jonrn y un sencillo en cin-
co oportunidades y el venezola-
no Alfonso Carrasquel dos sen-
cillos en tres veces al bate. Ml-
oso Jonrone en la primera
entrada. Carrasquel super a la
vez la marca de la Liga Ameri-
cana que estableci antier, de
jugadas consecut -as sin erro-
res por un torpedero, encargn-
dose limpiamente ayer tarde de
Se cancel el
torneo de natacin
de esta noche
El torneo de natacin anun-
ciado para esta noche por el
Instituto Nacional como punto
final del programa de las fes-
tividades de su 40o. aniversario
de fundacin, se cancelo debido
a que las graderas de la Pis-
cina Olmpica no ofrecen toda
la seguridad que el caso re-
quiere.
Con motivo de este acto del
Instituto, la direccin del plan-
tel velando por la seguridad
de sus alumnos y tambin de
los alumnos de las otras escue-
las y pblico en general, que
llenaran esta noche las grade-
ras de la piscina, asi como
Interesndose por el >lto de la
competencia, inspeccionaron las
mencionadas graderas, notando
que se encontraban defectuosas.
Se dio el aviso necesario y el
Departamento de Obras Publi-
cas efectu ciertos arreglos, sin
embargo el Ingeniero de dicho
departamento, no garantiz la
seguridad de las tribunas, por
lo tanto se resolvi cancelar el
torneo de natacin.
dos "putouts" y dos asistencias.
Los Yanquis a su vez vencie-
ron a los Tigres por 8 carreras
afl.
El cubano Julio Moreno su-
fri su sptimo revs del ao
al permitir nueve lncoglbles y
cinco carreras en cinco entra-
das del juego ;n que los Indios
se impusieron a los Senadores
por 8 carreras a 2.
En la Liga Nacional
Los Dodgers rompieron su
cadena de cuatro reveses y la
de siete victorias consecutivas
de los Rojos venciendo a stos
por 11 a 2 con Carl.Erskine
lanzando brillantemente al per-
mitir solamente dos lncoglbles.
San Jethroc, Earl Torgegon y
8id Gordon encabezaron con'
Jonrones el ataque que dio el
triunfo a los Bravos sobre los
Cachorros.
Wes Westrum Jonrone dos
veces para encabezar el ataque
que dl el triunfo a los Oigan-
tes sobre los Piratas por 7 a 0.
Larry Jansen fu sacado del
montculo en la octava entrad
cuando los Piratas empataron
la anotacin.
En el nico partido nocturno,
correspondiente a la Liga Na-
cional, el San Luis se Impuso
al Filad .l'lr por 5 carreras a 3.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
Liga Provincial de Ftbol "*l
Recuerda a todos los direc-
tores y representantes, la asis-
tencia a la reunin de esta no-
che a la hora y lugar de cos-
tumbre, para tratar asuntos de
inters general.
Club Deportivo Aneen
Informa a todos sus miem-
bros que tendr esta noche! a
las 7 y 80 en el lugar conocido,
una importante reunin para
tratar sobre el Juego del do-
mingo entrante y el viaje a El
Salvador, por lo que se les pMa
puntual asistencia a todos, sin
excepcin. ,

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